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Table of Contents Consistency Can’t Lose - Giles Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 The Cow and the Carcass - CAB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Raymond Land & Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Award Winning Livestock Management - BIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 New Research Private Data Network - CCIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 New Animal ID Tags - Quantum Genetix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Data: The big opportunity for beef improvement - Meristem . . . . . . . . . . 36 After Markets Re-open to Canadian Beef - BIXS . . . . . . . . . . 38 Canadian Bull Congress Steak Challenge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Auction Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Manitoba Gold Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Farmfair - Black Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Farmfair - Red Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Lloydminster National Black Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Lloydminster National Red Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Agribition Red Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Agribition Black Angus Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Provincial Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Canadian Junior Angus Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Canadian Angus Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

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Dave’s Desk

“The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.”

Welcome to the 2016 edition of the Angus World Commercial Issue. On the pages of this magazine you will find information to help make informed bull buying decisions. It is my hope that you will find information that will help you find the kind of genetics that will work in your program. There are a vast number of bulls advertised coming from different types of operations and environments which offer many options. Feel free to call any of the breeders, they would be more than happy to discuss your goals and needs. They understand how their bulls are bred and what to expect from them.

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For the most part, across this great land winter has been quite mild. Due to that, this winter has not been as hard on feed as some in the past. This has been a benefit to everyone, especially those who went into the winter with limited feed. The US government repeal of COOL after a seven battle was a significant victory for Canadian cattlemen. The World Trade Organization had determined that Canada and Mexico suffered tremendous losses and would be in a position to impose retaliation tariffs. Thankfully, this was all averted without having to go through countless sanctions, causing problems with our number one trading partner. Having that out of the way coupled with our sinking dollar, hopefully trade with our southern neighbor will be bullish. No pun intended.

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Oscar Wilde - 1854 - 1900 -

I hope all goes well with calving and you have an enjoyable bull buying season.

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The Giles family is in it for the long haul. The Brooks, Alberta, ranchers have persevered and grown through the generations to a 900-head commercial black Angus operation, with brothers Jason and Murray now leading the charge with their parents, Del and Jean. They’re looking for consistency in price and profit, looking to not just ride the waves when prices are strong, but rise above when the markets are hard. Recalling the early 2000s and hard times brought by market reactions to bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), they know a consistency ready for anything must include females, feeding performance and final product. Building in predictable profits Pre-BSE, the Giles family finished their cattle several years in a row, accumulating carcass data and feedlot performance records that were encouraging and on the right track. “We found out our cattle don’t have any problems getting AAAs,” Del says. The last group of steers weighed 868 pounds on the rail, and 94 percent earned the AAA grade, typically qualifying at least one third for the Certified Angus Beef® brand. “It was kind of reassurance that we’re going in the right direction,” Murray says.

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A decade and a half later, they’re still going in the right direction, now with even more consistency and resolve. In October 2014, they got in on the inaugural Cudlobe Influenced Calf Sale at Stavely, AB, which showed an average $46.35 per head advantage over other Alberta calf sales on that day, according to Can-Fax data. “We were looking for a premium – we’ve been buying pretty decent bulls, and the numbers prove that. So we’re looking for a better price than average,” Murray says. “It seemed like that year was a good year to try something different because there was demand for everything, so we wanted to see if we could rise above.” Order-buyer Rod MacLean, Bassano, AB, picked them up that year, led by his positive and profitable experience with other Cudlobe-influenced genetics in the Giles’ neighborhood. Sure enough, the genetic consistency stacked up and 97 percent of that bunch graded AAA or Prime after heading east to Ontario to finish and process.

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In 2015, the family made sure it wasn’t beginner’s luck with the first sale. Sure enough, with consistent genetic and health performance came a consistent buyer: MacLean had the winning bid again. Their group of 420 Angus steers, weighing in at a 570-lb. base weight with a full Zoetis SelectVac Gold health program grabbed $3/cwt. above the sale average, which amounted to more than $17 per head. Females they can count on Breeding in more marketplace predictability took some years of trial and error to achieve predictability on the ranch. When Del began making the management decisions in the 1970s, they were primarily a Hereford ranch, as were many in the area. He wanted to try something different that would give the family a marketing edge and reduce health issues associated with light pigmentation in their environment.


In the height of Continental popularity he went with the Beef Booster cross breed. But for the price of hybrid vigor, there were inconstancies – “You really just never knew, it was so hard to predict what was going to happen,” Del says. So they re-focused on the Angus breed, looking for the best of all worlds – growth, production, maternal instincts, eye appeal – consistently, predictably and uniformly. After crossbreeding with their existing herd for several years, they moved more and more toward the predictability of a straightbred herd. “So we decided to go with straight Angus, and keep with it,” Del says. “And that’s been the answer for us ever since.” They retain their own heifers to build in more predictability, controlling genetic potential from both sides of the genetic scheme. Selling bred heifers each year has diversified their income, too, while proving demand for the maternal traits they need at home and carcass traits they breed in for more value down the line. They background their heifers to test feedlot performance, adding one more layer of predictability into the offspring. “Guys like the Giles have been buying our bulls for 20 years, and they’re retained their own replacement females, so their cow herd is going to have all that performance and carcass, coming in on both sides,” says Cudlobe Angus partner David Bolduc. “If you watch what bulls you buy, you can pretty well predict how big your cows and calves are going to be, and cut your calving troubles to just about nothing,” Jason says. Using phenotypic screening while retaining their own heifers fairly well eliminated

any eye and leg problems they had, too. DNA testing on the replacement female side provides another layer of feedback the Bolduc’s are tracking as they purchase heifers back from their bull genetics. “When they’re paying attention to the EPD buying bulls—and we do a 50K genomic test on all those bulls, so even if they’re young their pretty accurate—I think it just gives them a more accurate read on what they’re trying to accomplish,” Bolduc says. Along with 50K data on the bulls, the CAB-supported GeneMax® (GMX) genomic test uses a simplified panel of DNA markers to focus on black Angus animals’ grade and gain potential. That’s ideal for adding a layer of certainty to a trained cowman’s eye for replacement selection because it lets them see performance-based profit potential. “Then if we add in the GMX on the females, it just provides the same sort of mindset, that they’re putting those cattle out there with as much information to the buyer, with the most accurate data science can provide for those economically important traits,” Bolduc says. Finishing with feeding performance Because the Giles cattle have headed east for a number of years to Ontario to feed and finish, consistency has been worth the freight for feedyards that know what to expect. “They’ve fed our cattle out before, and they grade well. That’s where you get the premium, so they’re back the next year to make a little more money on them because they know they did well,” Jason says.

Pre-BSE grid marketing pointed them to the traits that pay in the feedlot and postprocessing. But they’re still frustrated with the breakdown in communication and data sharing between the packing houses and cow-calf producer. “That’s where the big hole is, is getting information back from there to know if they really have enough top-end meat,” Jason says. “Packing plants should be eager to get that information out, if they really want better cattle,” Del adds. “If those guys are wanting to know how their cattle did, so they can keep making them better, that’s got to be good for everyone in the long run,” Jason says. When the genetics, health and nutrition line up in predictable order at home, and when the order buyers use bids to vote with confidence that predictability will follow through in feedlot performance, that’s when one more segment reaps the final reward. “That’s when you get to the point that your AAAs, your yield, your cutability – all that becomes pretty predictable, too,” Del says. “That’s the whole idea – you have to think about the consumer, too, and what they want,” Murray adds. “If they want AAA or CAB, the more we can grow like that, the better off we all are.” “It’s pride in what you’re doing, too,” Jean adds.

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The Cow and the Carcass By Mark McCully, Vice President, Production, Certified Angus Beef LLC

For decades, Beef Science 101 taught us to match the cow to the environment and the bull to the market – but that doesn’t equal a conflict between cow and carcass. We know consumer demand differentiates cattle value, often resulting in at least $300/head premiums for Prime beef over Select. Costs are always important, but the most profitable commercial cow today may not be the lowest-input cow on your place. With that kind of spread in carcass values, you have to check both income and expenses to find the best cows in your herd. The emphasis on carcass merit takes nothing away from the cow, which still has to get bred and raise a healthy calf as job one. Those fundamentals don’t change. Skeptics worry about the downfall of their cowherd should they select for marbling. It may be logical to think selection for “carcass traits” means maternal traits will suffer – our schooling implied that – but it’s not true in most cases. We do know that muscle and fertility are negatively correlated, which simply means if you select for ribeye without regard for other traits, conception rates could slide over time.

But cattlemen have learned to breed around genetic antagonisms for years using expected progeny differences (EPDs). Calving ease and yearling weight are also negatively associated. Without tools, select for more growth and you get bigger calves at birth. Those who were breeding cattle in the 1970s and ’80s during the “frame race” remember these correlations all too well. But today, the genetic trend for Yearling Weight and Birth Weight in Angus bulls shows how EPDs can be used effectively to “bend the curve” and make progress on both at the same time (see Graph 1). Moreover, the key carcass trait for consumer demand, marbling, has no negative correlations. And it’s moderate positive correlation to milk simply means you should look at both EPDs to match milk to your environment while your cows provide marbling in calves that meet consumer demand. Scientists at Virginia Tech did an extensive review of published research and concluded, “…selection for improvements in marbling should not negatively impact scrotal circumference, age at puberty, heifer pregnancy, calving interval, or mature weight.” They also found a favorable relationship between marbling and birth weight, calving ease and $W, and in fact the genetic trends for Angus $W and Marbling are very similar. (see Graph2) Regardless of region in North America, we find herds that turn in remarkably high CAB® brand acceptance rates, 60% to 75% or higher from the high desert, Gulf Coast, Midwest, North and everywhere else, cows graze pastures and ranges. In each case, cows meet the requirements of their environment while still producing calves with superior marbling.

Here’s how they do it: 1. Sire selection – Significant diversity combined with selection power from your Angus Association database points out sires that can produce functional females for your environment and calves that produce a highly valuable carcass. In the U.S., the Angus Main Sire Summary in 2014 showed more than 50 bulls made the top 35th percentile for the combination of Weaning Weight, Scrotal Circumference, CE Maternal, Heifer Pregnancy, $W and Marbling EPD. 2. Heifer selection – A good cowman still sorts first on conformation and structure, size (too big or small), age, health record and disposition. Adding more data sorts by sire group, dam’s record, pelvic score and reproductive tract score, and adding still more data through genomic testing allows precise keeper decisions. 3.Cowherd culling – When you can cull deeper than the open and problem cows, remove those that have the least genetic merit or chance of producing high-value, high-marbling calves. At the end of the day, it’s all about balanced selection, but don’t read that as “equal.” Strategies that maximize marbling while also making improvements in all the other economically relevant traits, regardless of environment, are not only plausible but a smart approach for cattlemen with their eye on the cow and the carcass….and profit. (Following graphs are from the American Angus Association 2014 database)

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It has been said that "Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it." Well busy is an understatement for Raymond Land & Cattle Ltd. Imagine 20,500 acres of land, over 900 mother cows, an entire calf crop on feed, a job as a Pharmacist and three young children under the age of 4! Now that is busy! But this does not seem to faze Dave and Crystal Raymond of Raymond Land and Cattle Company Ltd. It is this kind of work ethic and determination that has led to their success and to the honour of being named 2015 Saskatchewan Angus Commercial Producer of the Year. Raymond Land and Cattle Ltd. is located north of the town of Mankota and south of the town of Aneroid. The operation is owned by Dave and Crystal Raymond and their young family, along with Dave's parents, Alan and Elva Raymond. Alan has worked for over 40 years as Mankota's dedicated veterinarian along with running the farm/ranch operation. Today the vast majority of the work and management is handled by Dave, however Alan is still an integral part, working with details like budgeting and finance and Elva keeps the company's books. Dave and Alan meet almost every morning for coffee to plan the direction of the operation. Dave has always had a passion for agriculture and knew that was his future. After graduating from high school in 1999, at his mother's urging, Dave worked off the farm in the oil patch and attended SIAST for Heavy Duty Mechanics. The whole time he was away he returned to the operation to work weekends and assist in all aspects of the farm. Dave moved home for good

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in the spring of 2002, in time to manage the calving. Not too far away, a young cattlewoman, Crystal Blake, grew up on her family farm. On August 5, 2006 the two were married. Crystal was active in 4-H and purebred cattle all her life and excelled in all areas of the industry. At the time they got married, Crystal was a full time Pharmacy student at the University of Saskatchewan. Crystal convocated from the U of S in 2009 and began employment as a Pharmacist in Swift Current and Pontiex. You can tell from visiting with the Raymond's that their shared passion for agriculture and the cattle industry in particular, has been a real factor in their current success. In August 2012 they welcomed their first son, Tristen. In March 2014 their daughter Brooke came along. Then the surprise bundle came in July 2015, when their third son Owen arrived. These three busy young children are the sixth generation of Raymonds on the land. Dave and Crystal have gradually taken over the reins of the operation. Dave's father, Allan, had tried various breeds of cattle over the years. However, he almost always bred his first calf heifers to Red Angus bulls. As Dave became more involved in the operation he began to develop a deep appreciation for the Red Angus mother cow's efficiency and consistency. Today the cow herd is straight Red Angus. Originally, Dave and Crystal had a Purebred Red Angus herd along with their larger commercial herd. However, as the operation and their family rapidly expanded - the extra

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bookwork and management of a purebred herd became difficult. The decision was made to move those strong purebred Red Angus cows into their commercial operation. Dave says "Putting a band on that first purebred bull calf born was kind of tough... but as soon as I did it - I knew it was the right decision. And it has been great ever since. I did however, thoroughly enjoyed throwing all those registration papers in the garbage". Crystal on the other hand, had a harder time with the transition but admits it was the right one with the current work load and young family. Those purebred mother cows have become a very strong base to build on in their operation. They breed these cows to Red Angus bulls, producing their own solid group of replacements yearly. In the past the Raymond's had bought many Red Angus open replacement heifers however, the goal of the operation today is to produce all of their own. To achieve this they keep their cowherd straight Red Angus. Half of this Angus herd is bred back Red Angus to produce their own replacement females. The other half is bred to Simmental bulls to produce the F1 females that they market. Crystal explains "We like the moderate size of the Angus cows along with their maternal superiority, so we keep our cow herd straight Angus. Crossing with Simmental adds the size and performance that is important in our steer calves, but still maintains the market demand for our bred heifers. The cross is the best of both worlds." The benefit of hybrid vigor also adds to the overall performance of the calf crop.


The Raymond's ensure the continued success and growth of their program by buying top end bulls from reputable programs and are not afraid to pay a bit more to ensure that quality. They select moderate framed bulls from sound uddered mother cows. Disposition is also important and even more important now that three young children are often there "helping" with chores. The bulls need good feet and leg structure as they have to run in big pastures. One breeding pasture is 20 quarters of land where they run around 15 bulls. Raymond Land & Cattle breed about 350 yearling heifers every year to start calving February 20th and they run the bulls for a 40 day cycle only. This way the heifers are all done calving by the time the cow herd starts on April 1st. They retain all their steer calves at weaning and background them until March at which time they usually market them through the Mankota Stockmen's Weigh Company. The heavier steer calves are sometimes kept and finished at the Redcoat Feedlot just up the road. This allows the Raymonds to accurately gauge the performance of their product and has worked well. The Raymond family started marketing commercial bred heifers in 1995 and it has grown from there. They started selling off the farm and then moved to selling in Swift Current. For the past two years we have joined with the Gehl Family of Hodgeville to host an annual sale the first Saturday in December. This sale has become a successful marketing venture for the Raymonds. Another marketing strategy that this young couple uses is showing and selling a sample of

their bred heifers at Agribition. In 2014 Raymond Land and Cattle exhibited the Champion Pen of 5 Bred Heifers and in 2015 they were awarded the Champion Pen of 5 and the Overall Reserve Grand Champion Pen of Bred Heifers. "The recognition we get from Agribition has been great advertising for our program," Dave says. "It is surprising what a few ribbons can do." Around 7000 acres of Raymond Land & Cattle’s over 20,000 acres are farmed. This mix of grain and cattle is a great risk management tool for them but the workload of an operation of this size and scope is demanding. The ranch has three full time employees and during seeding and harvest, up to five full time employees. They have one long time employee, Ron Perrault, that has been with them for about 10 years and Crystal calls him "Dave's right hand man". As most of us in the Agriculture industry know, finding capable employees can be challenging, especially in very rural settings. Dave was quick to point out, "We are very fortunate to employ foreign laborers from Mexico. These Mexican families have filled a big gap in farm labor for us. This will be the fourth harvest they have spent with us and they are willing and dependable employees." Crystal is also quick to note that with a young family she has quickly come to realize that "grandparents are awesome"! Over time Dave's role in the operation has evolved into a management position. Managing all aspects of this large operation can be demanding. Crystal comments "I think one of Dave's strengths as a manager is that he does not

micro manage his employees. He understands the job because he has done it all before himself". Dave adds "I make sure everyone knows what needs to be done and expect it to be done on time and within the goals I have set. I do not have the time to worry over every little detail and so I try not to get too stressed about the little things. I go with the flow in order to get all the work done." When asked about the future of Raymond Land & Cattle both Dave and Crystal show no signs of slowing down. Crystal explains "If Dave puts his mind to something, it's going to happen. He is very determined that way". Dave also adds "I think you have to keep expanding and growing. Looking for new opportunities and not be afraid to try new things. The future seems to be going that way - every operation is getting bigger and with our growing family we are not afraid to expand if we get the chance" As a testament to the growing success of this operation, Raymond Land & Cattle, are not only Saskatchewan Angus Commercial producers of the year, but were also honored as the Saskatchewan Simmental Commercial Breeders of the year as well. Raymond Land & Cattle is a shining example of a generational operation that through hard work and determination, has achieved success in the industry. The Angus breed is fortunate to have such capable young cattlemen in our ranks.

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Award Winning Livestock Management by Ranchers for Ranchers In the last edition of Angus World (Winning the Long Game) you read about bioTrack, a comprehensive beef management system and the new ability through Go360|bioTrack to use your smart phone as the primary tool for data collection. Since the writing of that article, Go360|bioTrack was recognized with a Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence. This award recognizes leading edge innovations that help move individual producers, and the industry in general forward. The bioTrack system was developed by BIO, a producer cooperative, and is based on rancher input: what they need on their operations. It is a comprehensive system that can be used by each rancher to meet their own needs. It is based on a unique “grid” that let’s each user set up as many tables of information as they choose. Simply clicking a button brings up the information you want, in the grid layout of your choice. For example, setting criteria of your choice, the grid gives you an easy way to identify the bottom 10% that you should be culling. More detailed information on each animal can be seen in a number of reports with the History report showing every event (birth, movement, vaccination, treatment, weighing, breeding, etc) that has ever been recorded on an animal or a group of animals. This means that through bioTrack, you are fully prepared for new requirements around traceability and can even qualify for program funding.

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Unique to BIO are the across breed genetic evaluations that you receive as part of your bioTrack subscription. BIO has been providing across breed evaluations for over twenty years. Seedstock breeders use BIO genetic evaluations as a good indicator of where within breed evaluations for their animals may go over time as more information is gathered. Breeders with more than one breed like the evaluations as they can be used to compare animals of different breeds. Commercial producers like to use the evaluations to help with culling and to identify weaknesses in their cow herd that they then consider improving through sire selection. The system is managed by BIO’s two Geneticists who are also deeply involved with genomics. Evaluations are updated every week and the new results simply appear in your bioTrack account. The move toward sustainable beef production in Canada is really about documenting what you do on your ranch. Following the Verified Beef Production

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New Animal ID Tags by Grant Woronuk, PhD PAg Putting it all together: New animal ID tags link siring capacity and animal characteristics Linking siring capacity of bulls with carcass characteristics has significant implications on the farm’s bottom line, and access to such information has never been more easily attainable. Allflex collaborated with Canadian Cattle Identification Agency to produce CCIA tags that also obtain a sample of the tagged animal’s tissue. These CCIA-DNA tags not only give each animal a unique number, but also capture a piece of animal’s tissue at the time identification, thereby connecting the DNA derived from that tissue to the very animal from which it was obtained. While the CCIA tag connects the animal to the carcass scores, the DNA captured can be used to access Quantum Genetix’s Q-Link service to determine the siring capacity of each bull in the herd. The ease-of-use of this new CCIA-DNA tag system can have a major impact on herd improvement. Ranchers are already comfortable with applying CCIA tags for linking carcass characteristics to their corresponding animals. The information gathered

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using this association has herd improvement applications, as ranchers augment herd mating and feeding practices to maximize returns. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association has been instrumental in assisting ranchers in cataloguing individual animal data with The Beef InfoXchange System (BIXS) through these CCIA tags. However, using the new CCIA-DNA tags, ranchers can add yet another piece of vital information about their herd that often gets overlooked: siring capacity of bulls. Why is determining the siring capacity of each bull important? Imagine a situation where Bull A sired 17 calves and Bull B sired five (numbers that are not out of line with common mixed sire pastures), and the calves have an average adjusted 200 day weaning weight of 500 lbs. If these bulls each cost $1000 per year to maintain, one can calculate the cost of production for these bulls by dividing the cost of the bull by the number of calves, then add the cost of the dam (say $750/year), and finally divide that number by weaning weight. In this scenario, the cost of production of Bull A’s calves is $1.62/lb and Bull

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B is $1.90. So, in a market where the sell price is $2.50/lb, and Bull A cost $1.62 to produce those lbs, then it profited $441.18. However, Bull B only profited $300.00. That’s a $141.18 difference in profit between these two bulls where the only difference was the number of calves each bull sired. In a tougher market, where sell price is $1.80/lb instead of $2.50/lb, Bull B actually loses $50.00 while Bull A still profits $91.18. Using the tissue captured in these CCIA-DNA tags to access Q-Link, one can buffer their ranch against low price swings as well as enhance profits in higher priced markets. But application of such information goes beyond the critical selection of the most productive bulls, those that sire the largest numbers of calves with strong weaning weights and carcass characteristics. In particular, ranchers will also have the ability to source these best bulls, knowing their breed and pedigree, enabling them to select the sons or brothers of the best bulls to develop of fleet of sires that maximize productivity of their herd. In using these CCIA-DNA tags to match BIXS-derived animal quality data with Q-Link-derived siring capacities, ranchers can dig deeper into their operations to optimize herd efficiency.


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Data: The big opportunity for beef improvement But the beef industry is playing catchup

The world of sports calls it analytics. Watch Sidney Crosby play, watch a rookie from the minors playing their first pro hockey game and listen to the announcers. You’ll hear many statistics describing how they play the game and in-depth analysis of why they are or aren’t meeting performance objectives. Statistics, once confined to Don Cherry rants and color commentary during playtime have moved to the business side of hockey. Teams use data to develop business strategies, select athletes and determine how they will be rewarded. Professional sports management is favoring young guns with interest and experience in this new world of analytics. And so it is with agriculture. Data is in the headlines many times these days as companies align strategically to better serve the industry. The ability to collect and move information has grown tremendously, but the biggest change on the horizon is the ability to interpret that data for decision making and make the knowledge seamlessly available to more people. Deborah Wilson certainly understands that challenge. She is senior vice-president for one of the most innovative front line players in the beef data

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business in Canada, the Beef InfoXChange System (BIXS). It’s a database and web application to assist in the capture and exchange of economically beneficially individual animal and carcass data across the Canadian beef supply chain. With the new emphasis on data, BIXS now hovers on the edge of a sea of change for industry management. Here are six key points Wilson thinks are critical to driving improvement in the beef industry. e money’s in the sharing. Lots of people have collected data for many years, but the beef world wasn’t very good at sharing data, says Wilson. BIXS was set up to do that. Information anchors its industry model. “The industry has long understood the potential to capture and exchange economically beneficial individual animal data,” she says. “We deliver that data to benefit the entire supply chain by improving communications and sharing across the entire beef chain.” What’s the economic value? Wilson brings personal experience from her time in the seedstock business running upwards of 1,000 cows. “Imagine if we could eliminate the bottom 10 or 20 percent of the worst producing animals in any number of different categories,” she says. “Think genomics, if we could track animals with superior carcass quality. What would that mean to packers to have better cutability, better marbling or more predictability? What if we age verified and could show some animals finish months earlier than others? That’s less feed, less carbon footprint and many associated economic benefits. “Once you start really looking at data objectively, you understand the power it brings,” she says. “And

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a critical fact for beef producers is that it applies to small herds as well as large.” Finding the marketing sweet spot. There are real potential benefits to the individual producer to communicate, build business opportunities and hone marketing programs. When that happens, and the value chain buys in, it’s possible that feedlots may be willing to bid more actively for animals that come with a birth report. And packers can improve market intelligence and capitalize on deeper post-slaughter analytics. Park the pride: Learn from the leaders. Beef producers have a lot of pride in their product and industry and sometimes it’s hard to acknowledge that other parts of their industry or other industries are ahead in data use. But the fact is they are, says Wilson. “While part of the beef industry has made real progress with data, the fact is beef is behind other industries,” she says, “and we have to learn from others. Dairy is a good example of using data to improve animal and industry performance.” It’s a new world of partnerships.One of the biggest changes coming as interest in data management grows, is that companies and others in industry are getting on board, says Wilson. “For BIXS that means building a strong partnership base which will add value to all players.” Building beef sustainability around data. Food industry players are looking for ways to prove sustainability and producers are feeling pressure to meet obligations. Data management can help. by Terry Hockaday President, Meristem


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After Markets Re-Open to Canadian Beef, it’s time to take tracking seriously by Hubert Lau, President & CEO of BIXSco, Inc After another export-threatening case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) was reported in Canada last year (and, nine months later, deemed an isolated incident), South Korea has re-opened its borders to Canadian beef. That’s great news for our multi-billion dollar beef industry. But there could be even better news for exports on the horizon. That’s because there are other, much bigger markets for beef: mostly notably, China. But it’ll take some pretty significant industry collaboration to fully capitalize on this opportunity. We’d all like to believe that international importing decisions are based on science, and not emotion. But, realistically, fear is a driving factor. That’s why even the possibility of a new case of BSE hastens the need to enhance our reputation at home and abroad. A system for effectively tracking cattle through every stage of the food chain—from producer to feedlots, packers to retailers—is critical for the reputation of the entire industry, its long-term sustainability, and access to emerging markets. It’s hard for Canadians to fathom the size of the Chinese market. There are more people in China learning English than English speakers in the entire United States. Over the course of 10 days during Chinese New Year, telephone companies generated nearly $750 million dollars on SMS messages—at pennies per text. Canada enjoys a good reputation among the Chinese. There’s a high level of trust and respect within China for

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Canada. Plus, they like the taste of our beef—once they have a chance to try it—especially in comparison to Australian beef, a much more common import. But Australia can only produce so much—and not nearly enough to meet the growing demand for beef in China. If you look at who’s buying imported beef from China, it’s the affluent and wealthy.They want to show their success, and they want to enjoy what the world has to offer. Even more than designer bags and fancy cars, they want beef. And they’re willing to pay a premium price for it. One Canadian wine manufacturer that sells his product for $55 here in Canada, gets $900 US per bottle for the same product in China. If Canadian beef is marketed properly, producers can command these same premium prices. Despite the massive opportunity the Chinese market represents, there’s one problem. Food safety is a top priority for China. So whatever claim Canada’s beef industry makes for exports to China, we’re going to need to back those claims with verifiable data. With at least nineteen BSE cases reported over the twelve years, the Canadian beef industry has to do more to prove to the Chinese government that the quality of our beef can be trusted, and that trust can be verified. To build trust with international governments like China, the entire supply chain will have collaborate to allow us to track our beef from farm to fork. Until recently, parts of the supply chain have been more interested in

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domination than collaboration. But, by necessity, that’s changing—and rapidly. As consumers everywhere demand to know more about the history of care and quality of their beef, a coordinated response is the key to maintaining consumer trust and credibility that will sustain the industry—and allow us to expand into bigger, more lucrative markets. We’re not quite there, but through the Beef InfoXChange System (BIXS), an unprecedented number of industry leaders are beginning to work together to make the dream of industry-wide tracking a reality. By working with different parts of the value chain as an independent value-added provider, BIXS is quickly becoming the backbone of Canada’s beef industry. Building a system that verifies the quality of Canadian beef is not only helping to unlock the value of data for everyone from producers to retailers, it’s building trust in the entire supply chain—which is vital here at home, and the rest of the world. As an ancient Chinese proverb suggests, “Opportunity knocks at the door only once.” Twelve years after the first BSE case, it’s time to get serious about tracking our beef. The information needed to open the door to emerging markets like China lies dormant in thousands of desktops and smartphones across the industry. Unlocking the value of that data is as easy as signing up to BIXS. What are you waiting for?


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Canadian Bull Congress Steak Challenge January 22, 2016 ~ Camrose, Alberta - by Trish Henderson The Alberta Angus Association’s Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand entry at the Canadian Bull Congress Steak Challenge in Camrose, AB, Jan. 22, pleased many palates. The savory grilled cuts won both the "Best Steak" and "People's Choice" awards for the third year in a row, and the second time featuring the CAB brand.

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Pictured left to right are Karla Ness of the Canadian Angus Association, Calgary; Kathy Matejka, Ponoka; Jennifer Routhier, owner-manager of Stockmen’s Chophouse in Camrose; and Laura Baxter, Bassano. Trish Henderson, Cochrane, completed the trio of Alberta Angus Association directors on the team, while Routhier was “special guest assistant,” who makes it a point to serve only Angus beef.

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The team prevailed over five others in the Steak Challenge. They served ribeye, cut into steaks and sourced from CAB licensed distributor GFS Calgary, which procured the product from Cargill at High River. Another Steak Challenge with the CAB advantage was planned for the Bull Congress in Oyen, AB, in late February, Henderson said.


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Auction Block Angus in Action Sale October 24, 2015 - Nappan, Nova Scotia 9 Purebred Heifer Calves $2,765 9 Purebred Bred Heifers $3,105 1 Purebred Cow $3,000 1 Purebred Bull $3,200 5 Commercial Bred Heifers $2,450 3 Commercial Bred Cows $3,675 Sale gross $83, 550 High Selling Purebred Lot: Garvie's Erica 29C sired by Dameron First Impression out of a Royal Precision DRCC 4050P daughter consigned by Garvie Mountain Angus, Glassville, NB and purchased by Sharon Siddall, Southampton, NS for $4,500 High Selling Commercial Lot: An F1 black baldy with month old heifer calf at foot consigned by the Dixon Family, Bannockburn Valley Farm, Clyde River, PEI and purchased by Tim Wells, Pugwash, NS

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Fall Fusion Sale November 6, 2015 - Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Ryan Dorran, Olds, Ab Sale management: Bohrson Marketing, Olds, AB 14 Angus Open Heifers $5,514 5 Angus Bred Heifers $6,250 4 Red Angus Open Heifers $5,062 1 Red Angus Bred Heifer $7,000 2 Shorthorn Open Heifers $4,100 2 Speckle Park Open Heifers $4,875 3 Angus Embryo lots $5,933 1 Angus Semen lot $3,000 Sale gross $243,950 High Selling Angus Lot: 20/20 Miss Essence 6C sired by RB Tour of Duty out of a Kesslers Front Range 7520 daughter purchased by Wiwa Creek Angus, Ruch Lake, SK for $12,500

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S- Red Angus Complete Dispersal November 10, 2015 - Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Brent Carey, Stavely, AB Sale management:Castlerock Marketing, Swift Current, SK 16 Cow/Calf Pairs $7,569 20 Cows $4,397

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13 Bred Heifers $4,573 3 Heifer Calves $3,200 68 Females $4,090 Sale gross $278,000 High Selling Cow/Calf Pair: Red S- Blacklass 110W sired by Red S- Torpedo 42T out of a Red Brylor New Trend 22D daughter to BMB Red Angus, Taber, AB for $8,000 and her heifer calf Red S- Blacklass 140C sired by Red Badlands Net Worth 23U purchased by Kerry Laycraft, Moose Jaw, SK for $3,100 High Selling Cow: Red S- Lass 38T, sired by Red Bar EL Referee 205R out of a Red SVR Boomerang 47J daughter purchased by Six Mile Red Angus, Fir Mountain, SK for $7,000 High Selling Bred Heifer: Red S- Bayberry 117B sired by Red Six Mile Full Throttle 171T out of a Red SBar Torpedo 42T daughter purchased by BMB Red Angus, Taber, AB for $6,900 High Selling Heifer Calf: Red S- Color Goldie 32C sired by Red Six Mile Sakic 832S out of a Flying S Jackpot 34N daughter purchased by Z Bar Angus, Marsden, SK for $4,000

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Northern Select Sale 2015 November 21, 2015 - Camrose, Alberta Auctioneer: Chris Poley Sale Management: Optimal Bovines Inc, Red Deer, AB 21 Bred Females $5,062 38 Heifer Calves $3,317 1 Pick of the Herd $7,000 59 Lots $4,057 Sale gross $239,350 High Selling Bred Heifer: Allandale Rosebud 17B sired by SAV Bruiser 9164 out of a Crescent Creek Scotty 55P daughter consigned by Allandale Angus, Vermilion, AB purchased by Johnson Livestock, Peebles, SK for $10,750 High Selling Heifer Calf: Country Lane Duchess 21C sired by Sankeys Justied 101 out of a B Hills FRL Final 772 daughter consigned by Country Lane Angus, Vermilion, AB purchased by Brooklyn Kalbfleisch, Lamont, AB for $5,500 High Selling Pick of the Herd: KBJ Round Farms, Clyde, AB Pick of their 2015 Red or Black Angus Heifer Calves purchased by LLB Angus, Erskine, AB for $7,000

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2015 Masterpiece Sale November 25, 2015 - Regina, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Brent Carey, Stavely, AB Sale management:Castlerock Marketing, Swift Current, SK 1 Bull Calf $14,500 18 Heifer Calves $6,778

4 Bred Heifers $9,750 1 Mature Cow $18,000 1 Pick of the Herd $11,250 6 Embryos $1,000 2 Flushes $6,625 405 Straws of Semen $155 35 lots $8,197 Sale gross $286,900 High Selling Heifer Calf: Remitall F Karama 2Csired by SAV Harvestor 0338 out of a SAV Final Answer 0035 dauaghter consigned by Remitall Farms, Olds, AB purchased by Breed Creek Angus Ranch, Mankota, SK for $18,500 /// HF Blackbird 116C sired by Pleasant Valley Lute 1207 out of a HF Tiger 5T daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB purchased by Grand River Angus Farm, Grand Rapids, MI for $18,500 /// High Selling Bred Heifer: Oak Lane Darling 2B sired by FGAF Capitain 017X out of a CJ Freedom 212U daughter consigned byTullamore Farms, Caledon, ON purchased by Running Steady Ranch, Lloydminster, SK for $13,500 High Selling Cow: Red Willow Creek Acute 340W sired by Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P out of a Red Get A Long Everlast 586 daughter consigned by Brylor Ranch, Pincher Creek, AB purchased by Los Sabino Ranch, Dallas, TX for $18,000 High Selling Bull Calf: PM Unlimited 83'15 sired by Musgrave Aviator out of a Crowfoot Joker 6172 daughter consigned by Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC

purchased by Steinley Farms, Rush Lake, SK for $14,500 High Selling Flush: Flush from Red Brylor Vidalia 24Y sired by Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P out of a Red SSS Boomer 803B daughter consigned by Brylor Ranch, Pincher Creek, AB, Blairs.Ag Cattle Co, Lanigan, SK and On the Mark Red Angus, Portland, OR purchased by Twin Willows Ranch, Springfield, MO for $8,250 High Selling Embryos: 3 embryos from Red Six Mile Cheta 702W sired by Red Six Mile Killswitch 135Z consigned by Wrights Livestock,Triple L Angus, Melfort, SK to Earl Kehler for $3,300

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5th Annual Power & Perfection Sale November 27, 2015 - Regina Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Ryan Dorran, Olds, Ab Sale management: Bohrson Marketing, Olds, AB 2 Bulls $13,750 17 Open Heifers $14,235 5 Bred Heifers $13,600 3 Embryo lots $14,691 1 Semen lot $9,000 1 Flush $20,500 29 lots $14,175 Sale gross $411,075 High Selling Bulls:Red Shiloh Buzz Bout Loaded 9B sired by Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y out of a Red Anch 16U Stated 47X daughter consigned by Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB purchased by Topham Red Angus,

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Eastend, SK for 14,000 /// Boss Resource 508 sired by SAV Resource 1441 out of an HF Tiger 5T daughter consigned by Boss Cattle Co, Chappell, NE purchased by Mike Daychief, Stand Off, AB for $3,500 High Selling Bred Heifers: Remitall F Miss Queen 123B sired by Remitall F Odyssey 67X out of an SAV Net Worth 4200 daughter consigned by Remitall Farms, Olds purchased by Lewis Farms, Spruce Grove, AB for $32,000 ///SY Annie’s Angel 77B sired by Dameron First Impression out of a G 13 Steel daughter consigned by Symens Land & Cattle Co, Claresholm, AB purchased by Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON for $13,500 High Selling Open Heifers:Wiwa Creek Evergreen 516’15 sired by SAV Harvest Moon 2244 out of a Wiwa Creek Monarch 53’08 consigned by Wiwa Creek Angus, Rush Lake, SK purchased by Breed Creek Angus, Mankota, SK for $34,000 /// Red Rainbow Lark 17C sired by Red U-2 Big League 7136T out of Red Lazy MC Smash 41N consigned by Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB purchased by Topline Farms & Mid Continent Farms for $30,000 /// HF Ruby 107C sired by Pleasant Valley Lute E102 out of a Vermilion Yellowstone daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB purchased by Grand River Angus Farm, Grand Rapids, MI for $26,000 /// HF Blackwood 19C sired by WK Smooth 2382 out of an HF Tiger 5T daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB purchased by Grand River Angus Farm, Grand Rapids, MI for $21,000

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Benchmark Angus 3rd Annual Fall Genetics Plus Bull & Heifer Sale November 30, 2015 - Warner, Alberta 29 Fall Born Yearling Bulls $6,140 10 Spring Born Heifer Calves $3,245 Sale gross 210,500 High Selling Bulls: Benchmark Top Shelf 220’14 sired by AAR Ten X 7008 SAout of a GAR Progress daughter purchased by Penson Angus for $20,000 ///BenchmarkTop Shelf 198’14 sired by AAR Ten X 7008 SA out of a GAR Efficiency 7295 daughter purchased by Blaine Walburger for $12,500 ///BenchmarkTop Shelf 235’14 sired by AARTen X 7008 SA out of a Twin Valley Precision E161 daughter purchased by Rosetown Farming Ltd for $11,500 High Selling Heifer:Benchmark Lucy 63’15 sired by AAR Ten X 7008 SA out of a GAR Prophet A011 daughter purchased by Rafter Lazy S Ranches for $5,000

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Stromsmoe Hereford and Angus 31st Annual Production Sale December 1, 2015 - Etzikom, Alberta Auctioneer: Bob Balog, Lethbridge, AB 29 Long Yearling Bulls $8,266 9 Bull Calves $6,750 18 Hereford Bulls $5,803 4 Heifers $3,900 91 Commercial Bred Females $3,023 Sale Gross $695,600

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High Selling Bulls:C&N Earnan 80B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a C&N Retail Product 14W daughter purchased by 4M Farms,Foremost, AB for $11,250 /// C&N Earnan 107B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a C&N Retail Product 14W daughter purchased by Deer Creek Livestock, Milk River, AB for $10,250 /// C&N Earnan 48B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a Connealy Lead On daughter purchased by Hal Topham, Esatend, SK, for $10,000 /// C&N Earnan 21B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a GH Adams Advantage Eric 513S daughterpurchased by Kleinknecht Cattle Co., Manyberries, AB for $10,000

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Brylor Ranch 45th Annual Bull Sale December 4, 2015 - Fort Macleod, Alberta Auctioneer: Frank Jenkins, Pincher Creek, AB 29 Long Yearling Bulls $11,370 280 Bred Heifers $3,100 High Selling Bulls: Red Brylor Dodge 124B sired by Red Wheel Dodge City 61Y out of Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P purchased by Nielson Land & Cattle Co, Craik, SK for $23,000 /// Red Brylor Skor 148B sired by Red Brylor Skor 221X /// Red Brylor Skor 148B sired by Red Brylor Skor 221X out of a Red Six Mile Indeed 297T daughter purchased by Brian Zorratti & Alvin Robbins, Pincher Creek, AB for $17,000 /// Red Brylor Boulevard 77B sired by Red Brylor JKC Boulevard 124X out of a Red Buf Crk Hobo 1961 daughter purchased by East Cardston Colony, Cardston, AB for $15,500


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Stromsmoe Hereford and Angus 31st Annual Production Sale December 1, 2015 - Etzikom, AB Auctioneer: Bob Balog, Lethbridge, AB 29 Angus Long Yearling Bulls $8,266 9 Angus Bull Calves $6,750 18 Hereford Bulls $5,803 4 Heifers $3,900 91 Commercial Bred Females $3,023 Sale Gross $695,600 High Selling Bulls: C&N Earnan 80B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a C&N Retail Product 14W daughter purchased by 4M Farms,Foremost, AB for $11,250 /// C&N Earnan 107B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a C&N Retail Product 14W daughter purchased by Deer Creek Livestock, Milk River, AB for $10,250 /// C&N Earnan 48B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a Connealy Lead On daughter purchased by Hal Topham, Eastend, SK, for $10,000 /// C&N Earnan 21B sired by Connealy Earnan 076E out of a GH Adams Advantage Eric 513S daughter purchased by Kleinknecht Cattle Co, Manyberries, AB for $10,000

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Peak Dot Ranch Fall Bull Sale December 3, 2015 - Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Steve Dorran, Airdrie, AB 114 Bulls $10,158 Sale gross $1,158,000 High Selling Bulls: Peak Dot Unanimous 707B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Eliminator 9105 daughter purchased by Orville Skogen, Fort Shaw, MT for $31,000 /// Peak Dot Pioneer 141B sired by Peak Dot Pioneer 9X out of a Peak Dot Bold 204U daughter purchased by Orville Skogen, Fort Shaw, MT for $28,000 /// Peak Dot Unanimous 512B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Iron Mountain 8066 daughter purchased by Glendar Angus Mankota, SK for $26,000 /// Peak Dot Unanimous 708B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Eliminator 9105 purchased by Jordan Johnson Durant, OK for $21,000 /// Peak Dot Unanimous 343B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Iron Mountain 8066 daughter purchased by Clint Collins Beaverlodge, AB for $21,000 /// Peak Dot Unanimous 578B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Iron Mountain 8066 daughter purchased by 4M Angus Blue Hill, NE for $19,000 /// Peak Dot Unanimous 706B sired by Vision Unanimous 1418 out of an SAV Eliminator 9105 daughter purchased by Graham Alexander Eastend, SK for $18,000 /// Peak Dot Predominant 913B sired by SAV 004 Predominant

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Lone Stone Farms Red Angus & Simmental Female Sale December 4, 2015 - Westlock, Alberta Auctioneer: Don Oberg, Lacombe, AB Sale management: Transcon Livestock, Sundre, AB 33 Red Angus Bred Heifers $5,041 13 Red Angus Open Heifers $2,739 24 Simmental Bred Heifers $8,540 11 Simmental Open Heifers $2,739 Sale gross $467,750 High Selling Red Angus Females: Red Lone Stone Karissa 6B sired by Red Clay Colt 21X out of a Red Cinder Pursuit 101S daughter purchased by Circle G Angus, Lacombe, AB for $8,750 /// Red Lone Stone Biebird 35B sired by Red Wildman Damage 930W out of a Red Ter-Ron Touchdown 8S daughter purchased by Gordon Wiebe, Prespatou, BC for $6,750 /// Red Lone Stone Rhoda 1B sired by Red Clay Colt 21X out of a Red Six Mile Aviator 217P daughter purchased by Janet & Rodrick Carlyon, Dapp, AB for $6,500


Ontario Angus Futurity Sale December 5, 2015 - Orangeville, Ontario Auctioneer: Glenn Sinclair Sales Management:Castlerock Marketing, Swift Current, SK 18 Heifer Calves $3,575 3 Bred Heifers $4,750 1 Bull Calf $3,750 Sale gross $82,350 High Selling Heifer Calf: Willowside Good Fortune 1C sired by Vin-Mar O’Reilly Factor out of a Kesslers Front Range 7520 daughter consigned by Ron Cochrane, Thornton, ON purchased by Samantha French, ON for $7,700 High Selling Bred Heifer: Brantnor's Miss Daisy 25B sired by Brantnor Regal 10Z out of a SAV 004 Predominant 4438 daughter consigned by Brantor Angus, Woodville. ON purchased by RK Syndicate, Moorefield, ON for $5,750 High Selling Bull: Upper Glen Big Smoke 1C sired by SAV Resource 1441 out of a Upper Glen Sirius Black 8T daughter consigned by Upper Glen Angus, Georgetown, ON purchased by Excelsior Breeding Pasture, Swift Current, SK for $3,750

Cudlobe Farms 16th Annual Bull Sale December 9, 2015 - Stavely, Alberta Auctioneer: Steve Dorran, Airdrie, AB Sale Management: Optimal Bovines Inc, Red Deer, AB 149 Yearling Bulls $7,530 Sale gross $1,122,000 High Selling Bulls: Cudlobe Incentive 22C sired by Circle A Incentive out of a Cudlobe in Focus 5S daughter purchased by Brown Creek Angus & Sun Rise Angus, Claresholm, AB for $32,000/// Cudlobe Total Focus 94C sired by Cudlobe Total Focus 6A out of a Remitall F Motion 3Y daughter purchased by Bandura Ranches, Duchess, AB for $30,000 /// Cudlobe Double Vision 15C sired by Jindra Double Vision out of a TC Total 410 daughter purchased by Gerry Duckworth, Courval, SK for $18,000 /// Cudlobe New Design 63C sired by Cudlobe New Design 87Z out of a GAR Ultimate daughter purchased by HR Hahn Cattle Co, Sherwood Park, AB for $17,000 /// Cudlobe Double Payday 20C sired by Jindra Double Vision out of a Cudlobe Payweight 8S daughter purchased by Gerry Duckworth, Courval, SK for $14,000

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Blairs.Ag & Six Mile Ranch ‘Genetic Focus’ Sale December 10, 2015 - Regina, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Chris Poley, Waldheim, SK Sale management: Bohrson Marketing, Olds, AB 23 Bred Cows $12,021 54 Bred Heifers $10,356 15 Open Heifers $15,783 1 Bull $46,000 2 Semen lots $49,625 8 Embryo lots $8,925 1 Flush $7,500 104 lots $12,467 Sale gross $1,296,650 High Selling Bred Cows: Blairs Uptown Girl 105X sired by Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P out of a Schurrtop MC 2500 daughter purchased by Weidenbach Red Angus, Highmore, SD & Chain Ranch, Canton, OK for $47,000 /// Red Blair’s Larkaba 17T sired by Red Southland Energizer 100R out of a Red YY Rambler 322N daughter purchased by Route 66 for $31,000 /// Red Six Mile Lassie 207Z sired by Red Basin EXT 45T5 out of a Red Towaw Indeed 104H daughter purchased by Sunberry Valley Ranch, Sundre, AB for $31,000 (half interest) /// Red JCC Roxie 20S sired by Red Ter-Ron Mambo 28K out of a Red SSS Bomber 907G daughter purchased by Goondoola Red Angus, Cargo, NSW for $18,000 /// NLC Uptown Girl 19U sired by Schurrtop MC 2500 out of a Double AA Blackman 292’01 daughter

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purchased by Schwan Angus, Swift Current, Sk for 17,500 High Selling Bred Heifers: Red Six Mile Alana 300B sired by Red Six Mile Ruger 221X out of a Black Wheel Odyssey 117U daughter purchased by Mark & Debra Elliott for $39,000 /// Red Six Mile Queen 117B sired by Red Six Mile Rawhide 222X out of a Red Towaw Indeed 104H daughter purchased by Horse Creek Ranch for $24,000 /// Red Blair’s Soapy 84B sired by Red Ringstead Kago 215U out of a Red Ter-Ron Rebel 102N daughter purchased by Brackel Ridge Cattle Co, Cincinnatus, NY for $24,000 /// Red Six Mile Lakima Lee 493B sired by Red Six Mile Ruger 221X out of a Red Glesbar Icon 86P daughter purchased by Niobrara Red Angus, NE for $24,00 /// Red Six Mile Gloria 195B sired by Red Six Mile Game Face 164Y out of a Red Six Mile Ricochet 478R daughter purchased by Niobrara Red Angus, Lincoln, NE for $23,000 /// Six Mile Tibbie 158B sired by Sankeys Justified 101 out of an SAV Final Answer 0035 daughter purchased by Grand River Angus, Grand Rapids, MI for $22,000 High Selling Open Heifers: Red Six Mile MS Cresta 250C sired by Red U-2 Reckoning 149A out of a Red Six Mile Smokin Jo 810S daughter purchased by Harmony Hill Red Angus, Jefferson City, MO for $34,000 /// Red Blair’s Monique 522C sired by Red Ringstead Kargo 215U out of a Red BJR 107 daughter bought by SSS Red Angus & Arrowsmith Red Angus, Bassett, NE for $32,500 /// Red Six

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Mile Ms Lakota350C sired by Red Six Mile Tuff Enuf 111Z out of a Red VGW Game Plane 816 daughter purchased by Breed Creek Angus, Mankota, SK for $31,000 /// Red Six Mile Lakoto Lin 279C sired by Red U-2 Reckoning 149A out of a Red Lazy MC Smash 41N daughter purchased by Sebastian Stewart, Fernie, BC for $30,000 /// Red Blair’s Countess 95C sired by Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055 out of a Red NBar Hamley S913 daughter purchased by Winter Brook Cattle Co, Canby, OR for $19,000 High Selling Bull: Red Double B Backroad 2C sired by Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W out of a Red Wheel Gangster 31Y purchased by Kent McLemore, Bradley OK for $46,000

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66 Ranch Fall Bull Sale December 11, 2015 - Fort Macleod, Alberta Auctioneer: Frank Jenkins, Pincher Creek, AB 57 Bulls $6,311 $3,418 54 2nd Calving Commercial Bred Cows 105 Commercial Bred Heifers $3,055 High Selling Bulls:66 Justified 248B sired by Sankeys Justified 101 out of an HBR Eclipse 7116 daughter purchased by Marty Skipstead, Strathmore, AB for $10,000 /// 66 Unanamous 429B sired by Vision Unanamous 1418 out of aHBR Eclipse 7116 daughter purchased by Granum Colony, Granum, AB for $10,000 /// 66 Unanamous 379B sired by

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Touch of Class Angus Sale December 11, 2015 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Chris Poley, Waldheim, SK Sale management:Castlerock Marketing, Swift Current, SK 2 Bull Calves $29,000 27 Heifer Calves $5,244 22 Bred Heifers $8,502 3 Cows $6,717 25 Embryos $710 30 Straws of Semen $175 Sale gross $429,750 High Selling Bull Calf: Red DKF Razor 55C, sired by DKF Eliminator 15A out of a SAV Net Worth 4200 daughter consigned by DKF Red Angus, Gladmar, SK purchased by Lazy MC Red Angus, Bassano, AB, Wilbar Cattle Co, Dundurn, SK and Semex Beef for $42,000 High Selling Heifer Calf: Red Wilbar Ruby 736C sired by Red Bar EL Double Deuce 198Y out of a Red Diamond T Hips Stout 107U daughter consigned by


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Wilbar Cattle Co, Dundurn, SK purchased by Six Mile Red Angus, Fir Mountain, SK for $8,000 High Selling Bred Heifer: Eastondale Forever Lady 133’14, sired by Badlands Iniative 375X out of a KMK Alliance 6595 I87 daughter consigned by Eastondale Angus, Wawota, SK purchased by Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB for $20,000 High Selling Cow: Red Wrights Finesse 6X sired by Red WEBR Doc Holliday 2N out of a Red Flying K Executive 67H daughter consigned by Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK purchased by Clayton Dosselman for $8,900 High Selling Embryos: 3 embryos from Red Howe Ms Matt 216N sired by Red Six Mile and Co Jagger 780A consigned by DKF Red Angus, Gladmar, SK purchased by Eyehill Stock Farm, Macklin, SK for $3,000

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Atlasta Angus Bull Sale & Seriously Black Female Sale December 12, 2015 - Sylvan Lake, Alberta Auctioneer: Don Raffan, Armstrong, BC Sale management:Dj Henderson & Associates, Lacombe, AB 6 Heifer Calves $4,308 26 Yearling Heifers $4,698 71 Yearling Bulls $5,800 12 Coming 2-Year Old Bulls $5,354. 117 Lots $5,359 Sale gross $627,000

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Mar Mac Farms New Generation Female Sale December 13, 2015 - Brandon, Manitoba 18 Red Angus Bred Heifers $7,253 8 Red Angus Open Heifers $5,275 16 Simmental Bred Heifers $7,797 7 Simmental Open Heifers $7,014 1 Embryo lot $1,800 12 Commercial heifers $3,554 Sale gross $391,050 High Selling Red Angus Bred Heifers: Red Mar Mac Bonita 51B sired by Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U out of a Red SSS Arson 85U daughter bred to Red GMRA Peacemaker purchased by $ 24,000 to Dale McKay, MB /// Red Mar Mac Ruby 39B sired by Red VGW Game Plan 816 out of a Red JB Mohican 5001 daughter bred to Red GMRA Peacemaker 1216 purchased by Blairs. Ag, Lanigan, SK for $13,000 /// Red Mar Mac Ruby 181B sired by Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U out of a Red JB Mohican 5001 daughter bred to Red Mar Mac Spartan 81A purchased by Wraz Red Angus, Wawota, SK for $12,000 ///Red Mar Mac Ruby 8B sired by Red Beiber Rough Rider 10712 out of a Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U daughter bred to Red Brown JVJ Redemption purchased by Fraser Farms, MB for $10,000 High Selling Red Angus Heifer Calves: Red Mar Mac Fran 4C sired by Red Beiber Hard Drive Y120 out of a DMM Creed 75W daughter purchased by On the Mark Red Angus, Oregon $9,000 /// Red Mar Mac

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Johnson Livestock Fall Female Sale December 15, 2015 - Pebbles, Saskatchewan Auctioneer: Chris Poley, Waldheim, SK Sale Management: Optimal Bovines Inc, Red Deer, AB 14 Cow/Calf Pairs $10,650 106 Bred Heifers $4,679 184 Cows $3,468 304 Lots $4,221 150 Commercial Heifers $3,140 Sale gross $1,754,050 High Selling Cow/Calf Pairs: JL Cassie 2055 sired by SAV Bullet 0473 out of an SAV Final Answer 0035 daughter purchased by Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK for $7,250 and her heifer calf JL Cassie 5050 sired by SAV Angus Valley 1867 purchased by Adrian Rehorst, Teeswater, ON for $14,000 /// JL Ms Morrison 3018 sired by Peak Dot Mountain Top 940X out of an SAV 004 Traveler 5658 daughter purchased by Hi-Low Angus, Lumsden, SK for $9,000 and her heifer calf JL Ms Morrison 5061 sired by SAV Final Answer 0035 purchased by Locust Grove Angus, Milton, ON for $8,500 /// JL Blackbird 0154 ssired by SAV Carbon Copy out of a Windy Willows Krugerrand 44P daughter purchased by Marlene Stocker, Marwayne, AB for $6,250 and her heifer calf JL Blackbird 5098 sired by SAV International 2020 purchased by Walkerbrae Farms, Guelph, ON for $11,250 /// FRL Blackbird 4S sired by Minburn Main Event 50M out of a KBJ Rogue II 203H daughter purchased by Steve Berfelz, Walkerton,ON for $4,500 and her heifer calf JL Blackbird 5093 sired by SAV International 2020 purchased by Shagbark Farms, ON for $13,000 High Selling Bred Heifers: JL Evening Tinge 4520 sired by SAV oo4 Traveler 5658 out of an SAV Bismarck 5682 daughter purchased by Adrian Rehorst, Teeswater, ON for $16,000 /// JL Beauty 4437 sired by SAV 707 Rito 1439 out of an SAV Bismarck 5682 daughter purchased by Trevor Platt, Val Marie, SK for $8,400 /// JL Rosetta 4478 sired by SAV 707 Rito 1439 out of an SAV 8180 Traveler 004 daughter purchased by Nordal Angus, Simpson, SK for $8,100 High Selling Cows: Northern View Lucy 94A sired by CFS Bismarck 11X out of a Bell Net Return 3U daughter purchased by CSI Angus, Emerald Park, SK for $8,500 /// HF Tibbie 178T sired by LLB Daquantae 134P out of an HF Free Wheeler daughter purchased by Matt Bushbeck, ON for $8,250

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Nordal Limousin & Angus Herd Production Sale December 16, 2015 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 40 Black Angus $4,744 21 Red Angus $4,490 21 Limousin $4,445 196 Commercial Females $2,722 Sale grossed $930,950 High Selling Black Angus Female: F V Rosebud FA 308Z sired by S A V Final Answer 0035 out of an SAV Net Worth 4200 daughter purchased by Johnson Livestock, Peebles, SK for $8,100 High Selling Red Angus Female: Red Nordal 98X Envy 98B sired by Red Nordal Revolution 73X out of a Red Bar Double M Class 125R purchased by Twin View Farms, Springfield, MO

} Glesbar Cattle Co Dispersal Sale December 17, 2015 - Clyde, Alberta Auctioneer: Dan Skeels, Rimbey, AB Sale Management: Optimal Bovines Inc, Red Deer, AB 81 Cow/Calf Pairs $9,606 20 Cows $4,688 52 Bred Heifers $4,967 5 Calves $3,100 6 Herd Bulls $12,208 164 lots $7,413 Sale gross $1,218,700 High Selling Pairs:Red Glesbar Leah 33A sired by Red Glesbar Blizzard 92Y out of a Red Geis Aviator 67’07 daughter purchased by Y Coulee Land & Cattle, Frenchman Butte, SK for $7,750 and her bull calf by Red YY Red Knight purchased by Lone Stone Farms, Westlock, AB for $15,000 /// Red Glesbar Barbie 68Y sired by Red Glesbar Excel 11R out of a Red DMM Traction 98R daughter purchased by Six Mile Red Angus, Fir Mountain, SK for $16,5000 and her heifer calf by Red Glesbar Merlot 48A purchased by Smith Angus Farms, Springs, NE for $6,000 /// Glesbar Barbie 008U sired by Red DMM Traction 98R out of a Red Roselea Beau 142D daughter purchased by WRAZ Red Angus, Wawota, SK for $9,000 and her heifer calf by Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y purchased by Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB for $10,000 High Selling Cow:Red Glesbar Leah 029U sired by Red DMM Traction 98R out of a Red Roselea Beau 142D daughter purchased by Golden Sunset Ranch, Vermilion, AB for $26,500 High Selling Bred Heifers: Red Glesbar Leah 83B sired by Red U-2 Big League 7136T out of a Red Geis Aviator 67’07 daughter purchased by Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB for $18,500 /// Red Glesbar Lakima 82B sire by Red KBJ Boomer 908Y out of a Red Geis Aviator 67’07 daughter purchased by Goad Family Angus, Clandonald, AB for $11,000/// Red Glesbar Syringa 120B sired by Red Glesbar Capone 28Y out of a Red Glesbar Expansion 81K daughter purchased by Corona Creek Cattle Co, Bashaw, AB for $10,000 High Selling Herd Bulls:Red Glesbar Merlot 48A sired by DMM Creed 75W out of a Red Glesbar Knight 73P

We are looking forward to seeing you at these major sales. If you have any questions or need to be represented please give us a call. Feb 15 11th Ole Farms Family Day Black & Red Angus Bull & Female Sale, at the farm, Athabasca, AB Bar Feb 18 Heart Angus Bull Sale, at the farm, Bluffton, AB Feb 20 Diamond T Bull Sale, at the farm, Olds AB Feb 25 Benlock Farms Black Angus Bull Sale, at the farm, Grandora, SK Cutting Edge Black & Red Angus Bull Sale, Mar 3 Rimbey, AB Mar 4 21st Annual Cattleman’s Connection Black Angus Bull Sale, Brandon, MB Peake Ranching Bull Sale, Dorothy, AB at the Mar 7 Homestead Hall Mar 8 Harvie Ranch Charolias, Simmental & Polled Hereford Bull Sale, at the ranch, Olds, AB 30 Mar 12 th Annual LLB Spring Spectacular Bull & Female Sale, at the ranch, Erskine, AB Mar 14 Remitall Farms Bull Sale, at the farm, Olds, AB Mar 17 Bowerman Bros, Nesset Lake Angus & Wish Bone Cattle 11th Annual Black Angus Bull Sale, MLA, Meadow Lake, SK Apr 2 Lauron Red Angus & Guests Bull Sale, at the ranch east of Didsbury Triple J Farm, Jeannot’s Black Angus Apr 3 th 8 Annual Bull Sale, Whitewood, SK Apr 7 Rainbow Hills Black Angus Bull Sale, Delburne, AB Apr 12 107th Lacombe Bull Show & Sale, Lacombe, AB Apr 18 32nd Annual Rancher’s Choice Black Angus Bull Sale, Medicine Hat, AB

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daughter purchased by KBJ Round Farms, Clyde, AB and Watchapese Land & Cattle, Cold Lake, Ab for 24,000 /// Red Glesbar Capone 23B sired by Red Glesbar Capone 28Y out of a Red Geis Aviator 67’07 daughter purchased by T-K Ranches, Wawota, SK for $19,500

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3rd Annual Angus Collection Sale December 19, 2015 - Olds, Alberta Auctioneer: Ryan Dorran, Olds, AB Sale management: Bohrson Marketing, Olds, AB 3 Bulls $22,000 21 Open Heifers $7,524 24 Bred Heifers $9,510 1 Embryo lot $9,750 48 lots $9,625 Sale gross $462,000 High Selling Bulls:Greenwood Colossal 28C sired by SAV International 202 out of an RR 7407 Rainmaker 2154 daughter consigned by Greenwood Angus, Lloydminster, SK purchased by Anderson Cattle Co, Bethune, SK & Grass Roots Ranch, Bradwell, SK for $26,000 /// Early Sunset Xcaliber 1C sired by Young Dale Xcaliber 32X out of an S Chisum 6175 daughter consigned by Early Sunset Ranch, Edam, SK purchased by Isla Bank Angus, Delisle, SK for $25,000

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High Selling Open Heifers: Early Sunset Erelite 29C sired by GDAR Game Day 449 out of a Young Dale Xcaliber 32X daughter consigned by Early Sunset Ranch, Edam, SK purchased by Tate Wheeler, Saskatoon, SK for $16,000 /// HF Miss Lucy 209C sired by LLB Reflection 6074 out of an MCATL Pure Product 903-55 daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB purchased by Grand River Angus Farm, Grand Rapid, MI for $15,000 /// RDE Cat RLP 2C sired by SAV Net Worth 4200 out of an HF Tiger 5T daughter consigned by Pieschel Farms, Airdrie, AB purchased by Doug Benneweis, Bendora Angus, Okotoks, AB for $10,000 ///HF Echo 69C sired by KR Bullseye 3451 out of an HF Kodiak 5R daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, Ab purchased by Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB for $9,500 /// McGowan Pride 7C sired by J Square Fireman 14Y out of an HF Swagger 75W consigned by McGowan Farms, Killam, AB purchased by Arda Farms & Freeway Angus, Acme, AB for $9,250 /// Renegade Foolish Pride 5C sired by MWC Body Builder 30Y out of aGeis Baloo 13’08 daughter consigned by Renegade Farms, Onoway, AB purchased by Kolt Kornfeld, Val Marie, SK for $9,000 /// Richmond Chancing Fate SRD 11C sired by HF Decisive 56Z out of an HF Xtreme 117U daughter consigned by Richmond Ranch, Rumsey, Ab purchased by Maple Lake Stock Farms, Hartney, MB of $9,000 High Selling Bred Heifers: HF Tibbie 36B sired by Ring Creek Burl Ives 88Y out of an HF Kodiak 5R daughter consigned by Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB purchased by Henria Holsteins, Conn, ON for $20,000/// Elliot 3E Lady

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Manitoba Gold Show October 30, 2015 ~ ~ Brandon, Manitoba ~ Judges: Brett & Traci Wildman Junior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) FCR Lucille 2C (FV Final Answer 215Z) Bar CR Angus, Perdue, SK 2) NYK Mary Kate 18C (N7’s Toro Negro32A)NYK Cattle Company, Douglas, MB 3) FCR Lucille 3C (FV Final Answer 215Z) Bar CR Angus, Perdue, SK (5 in class) Junior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1)HLC 101 Jewel 654 (Sankeys Justified 101) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 2) Ramrod Nova 555C (Duralta 37W Heavy Hitter 182A) RamRod Cattle Co, Medora, MB 3) Mainstream Dolly 89C (Styles Denali R143) Mainstream Genetics, Watrous, SK (4 in class) Junior Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) SCC Quality 45C (AAR Ten X 7008 SA) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB 2) Mainstream Mercedes 79C (Mich Aviator 189Y) Mainstream Genetics, Watrous, SK 3) N7's Mary Kate 37C (N7’s Alabama 33A) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Heifer Calf SCC Quality 45C Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf Mainstream Mercedes 79C Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Young Dale Georgina 25C (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 2) Red Mar Mac Kuruba 44C (Red Blairs Prowler 214X) Mar Mac

Farms, Brandon, MB 3) SCC Quality 41C (AAR Ten X 7008 SA) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB (5 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Cor Vet Daisy 1C (SAV Angus Valley 1867) Cory Jones, Melita, MB 2) Red Mar Mac Fran 4C (Red Bieber Hard Drive Y120) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 3)Double MM Bayberry 1C (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Millen Johnston, Neepawa, MB (5 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) J Square S Ellen 506C (Sankeys Justified 101) Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK 2) TWST Zorzal’s Lady Lawn 51C (WAF Zorzal 321U) Twisted Sisters Livestock, Lloydminster, SK 3)Ramrod Hope 503C (Bushs Grand Design) Ramrod Cattle Co, Medora, MB (5 in class) Champion Senior Heifer Calf Young Dale Georgina 25C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf J Square S Ellen 506C Junior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Young Dale Grace YDF 169B (Hoover Dam) Jaymarandy Livestock, Roblin, MB 2) Mich Mainstream Lady Lola 479 (Mich Aviator 189Y) Mainstream Genetics, Watrous, SK Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Red Blair’s Bonita 3B (Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055) Baxter Blair, McLean, SK 2)Plum Creek

Pretentious 4011 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 3)Royal S Pride 42B (Soo Line Yellowstone 9286) Twisted Sisters Livestock, Lloydminster, SK (5 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) NYK Black Lady 11B (N7’s Elvis 9Y) NYK Cattle Company, Douglas, MB 2) Red Blair’s Darline 565B (Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055) Blair’s West Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 3) HF Miss Blackcap 257B (Pleasant Valley Lute 1207)Hillary Sauder, Hodgeville, SK (5 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1) J Square S Georgina 71B (Soo Line Motive 9016) Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK 2)Red Blake’s Ms Brandy 38B (Red Howe Finest Tradition 20W) Blake’s Red Angus, McCord, SK 3) Mar Mac Siera 12B (SAV Resource 1441) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Female Red Blair’s Bonita 3B Reserve Champion Junior Female Young Dale Grace YDF 169B Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) Bar EL Erica 74A (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y calf by Mich Pit Boss 121Y) Blair’s West Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 2) Red Blair’s Larkaba 42A (Red Wheel Gangster 31Y calf by Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) continued on Page 60

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Baxter Blair, McLean, SK 3) Red KF Dyani 34A (Red NCJ Mystified 16X calf by Red Crowfoot Moonshine 8081U) Blake’s Red Angus, McCord, SK (4 in class) Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1) Young Dale Elba 58A (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X calf by Young Dale Absolute 113A) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 2) Atlasta Barbara 187A (LFE BA Lewis 809U calf by Brookmore Bismarck 19A) HBH Farm Inc, Rivers, MB 3) Ramrod Faith 330A (Ramrod Marque 160L calf by S Titlest 1145) Ramrod Cattle Co, Medora, SK (4 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) N7’s Mary KT 30Z (SAV Bismarck 5682 calf by N7’s Toro Negro 32A) NYK Cattle Company, Douglas, MB 2) N7’s Lass 152Z (N7’s Net Worth 92U calf by N7’s Motive 26A) NYK Cattle Company, Douglas, MB 3) Ramrod Nova 230Z (Ramrod No Fear 921W calf by Duralta 37W Heavy Hitter 182A) Ramrod Cattle Co, Medora, MB Champion Senior Champion Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Champion Senior Female Young Dale Elba 58A Grand Champion Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Grand Champion Female Young Dale Elba 58A Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) SCC Final Answer 90C (SCC Final Answer 23Z) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB 2) SMW Insignia

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52C (FV Final Answer 215Z) Wagner Angus, Moose Jaw, SK 3) Red Double B Backroad 2C (Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Baxter Blair, McLean, SK (5 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) NYK MacGyver 5C (SAV Resource 1441) NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB 2) SCC Tiger 37C (HF Tiger 5T)Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB 3) N7’s Frontline 20C (Soo Line Motive 9016)N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf NYK McGyver 5C Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf SCC Final Answer 90C Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) TSN Aldean 73C (RB Active Duty 0010X) TSN Livestock, Brandon, MB 2)ARY Crown Royal 502C (OCC Legacy 839L) Airey Cattle Co, River, MB 3) SCC Final Answer 11C (LLB 4X Final Answer 861Z) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB (4 in class) Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) HLC 101 Overdrive 550C (Sankeys Justified 101) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 2) J Square S Twitch 509C (Sankeys Justified 101) Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK 3) HBH Checkmate 35C (Remitall F Rage 9A) HBH Farm Inc, Rivers, MB (5 in class) Champion Senior Bull Calf HLC 101 Overdrive 550C Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf J Square S Twitch 509C

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Junior Yearling Bull Class 1) Young Dale Hi Definition 185B (PF Hoover Dam 041) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK Senior Yearling Bull Class 1) Red Blairswest Power Up 1B (Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X) Kodie Doetzel, Lipton, SK 2) HLC 336U Hurricane 447B (Justamere 406S Panamajack 336U) Hollinger Land & Cattle 3)NYK Graceland 39B (N7’s Elvis 9Y) NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Bull Young Dale Hi Definition 185B Reserve Champion Junior Bull Red Blair’s West Power Up 1B Grand Champion Bull Young Dale Hi Definition 185B Reserve Champion Bull HLC 101 Overdrive 550C Pair of Bulls 1) Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK 2) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB Get of Sire 1)Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK 2)NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB Breeder’s Herd: 1) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 2) Jordan Sies, Grayson, SK Premier Breeder N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB Premier Exhibitor NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB


Farmfair - Black Angus Show Edmonton, Alberta Summer Heifer Calf Class 1) Blairswest Miss Erica 400C (Mich Pit Boss 121Y) Blairwest Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 2) Northline Betty Boop 313C (Dajs Shcokwave 612) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB Spring Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) PM Valley 222’15 (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC2)Crooked Creek Dewdrop 76C (MMG Worth 102X) Crooked Creek Angus, Fort Saskatchewan, AB 3) DMM Rosebud 96C (DMM Brick 48A) Renegade Farms, Onoway, AB Spring Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Boss Ms Vale Bar 502 (HF Prowler 43U) Boss Cattle/Cottage Lake, Stony Plain, AB 2) GJP 277U Ms Master 34C (GJP 253 Master Marvel 217X) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB 3) Lone Star Clova Pride 3C (S Ttilest 1145) Lone Star Angus/Rock Star Cattle, Sylvan Lake, AB Champion Spring Heifer Calf Boss Ms Vale Bar 502 Reserve Champion Spring Heifer Calf GJP 277U Ms Master 34C Intermediate Heifer Calf Class 1) PM Rosebud 77’15 (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 2)DMM Blackcap Essence 50C (DMM Stache 72Z) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB

3) Boss Ms Rosebud 510 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Cattle/Cottage Lake, Stony Plain, AB Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf PM Rosebud 77’15 Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf DMM Blackcap Essence 50C Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Renegade Foolish Pride 5C (MWC Body Builder 30Y) Renegade Farms, Onoway, AB 2) Lorenz Caroline 10C (FV Pioneer 83X) Lorenz Angus, Red Deer County, AB 3) DMM Miss Essence 26C (DMM Stache 72Z) Matlock Farms, Lloydminster, SK Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1)DMM Miss Essence 21C (DMM Stache 72Z) Miller Wilson Angus,Bashaw,AB2)PedersenUndiscovered14C(SChisum6175) Pedersen Livestock, Edgerton, AB 3) DMM Gammer 13C (DMM Stache 72Z)Matlock Farms, Lloydminster, SK Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) Remitall F Karama 2C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2)Greenwood Miss Essence JJP 21C (SAV Brilliance 8077) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 3) DMM Miss Essence 5C (DMM Hoss 3A) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB Champion Senior Heifer Calf Remitall F Karama 2C

Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf Greenwood Miss Essence JJP 21C Junior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Boss Miss Motive 422 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Boss Cattle/Cottage Lake, Stony Plain, AB 2) Reich May 11B (Peak Dot Iron Mountain 696Y) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB 3)DMM Miss Essence 99B (DMM Stache 72Z) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB Junior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) PM Black Beauty 149’14(HF underbird 146Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 2) Lone Star Elchies Pride 21B (Connealy Right Answer 746)Lone Star Angus/Rock Star Cattle, Sylvan Lake, AB 3) Arda Girl Crush 90B (HF El Tigre 76X) Freeway Angus, Acme, AB Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Boss Miss Motive 422 Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Heifer PM Black Beauty 149’14 Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) HF Tibbie 254B (J Square S Fireman 14Y) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 2) PM Tibbie 60’14 (HF underbird 146Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) Brooking Lady 4007 (Vision Unanimous 1418) Pinnacle View Limousin, Quesnel, BC continued on next page

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Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1)Remitall F Barbara Bea 17B(SAV Harvestor 0338) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) Walkerbrae Princess 1011B (Connealy Consensus 7229) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Remitall F Barbara Bea 17B Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Heifer HF Tibbie 254B Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Bar-E-L- Erica 74A (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Blairwest Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 2) 4K Hush 145A (Northline Fortress 225U)4K Land Cattle Co, Ardrossan, AB 3)Remitall F Karama 8A (TC Aberdeen 759) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Southland Jewel 275T (Southland Jimmy Ray 170N) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC Grand Champion Female Bar-E-L- Erica 74A Reserve Champion Female Remitall F Karama 2C Summer Bull Calf Class 1) Lone Star Commodity 10C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Lone Star Angus/Rock Star Cattle, Sylvan Lake, AB Spring Bull Calf Class 1) PM Triple Crown 172’15 (Duff Triple Crown 262)Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC Intermediate Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Boss Resource 508 (SAV Resource 1441) Boss Cattle/Cottage Lake, Stony Plain, AB 2) PM Aviator 91’15 (Musgrave Aviator) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC

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3)DMM Pistol Pete 77C(DMM Stache 72Z)Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB Intermediate Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1)Remitall F Crossfire 102C (SAV Harvestor 0338)Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2)Dwajo Really Windy 60C(VDAR Really Windy 4097) Dwajo Angus, Camp Creek, AB 3) PM Jack Daniels 24’15 (BVC Jack Daniels B118) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Remitall F Crossfire 102C Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Dwajo Really Windy 60C Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Greenwood Crank JJP 27C (SAV International 2020) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 2) Lorenz Unanimous 17C (Peak Dot Unanimous 730A)Lorenz Angus, Red Deer County, AB 3)Justamere Sailor Jerry 815C (Sankeys Justified 101) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1)Greenwood Colossal JJP 28C (SAV International 2020) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 2) Greenwood Concrete JJP 26C (SAV 004 Density 4336) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 3) DMM Shine 15C (SAV Brilliance 8077) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB Champion Senior Bull Calf Greenwood Crank JJP 27C Champion Senior Bull Calf Greenwood Colossal JJP 28C

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Junior Yearling Bull Class 1)Isla Bank Montezuma 4103(SAV Heritage 6295)Isla Bank Angus Farm, Delisle, SK 2) Northline Papa Midnite 703B (Daines Heavy Si 57Z) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB Senior Yearling Bull Class 1)Remitall F Boycott 71B (Remitall F Prospector 110Z)Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) Avelyn High Cal 472’14 (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X)Avelyn Angus, Leduc, AB 3) OAV Motown 11B (SAV Bismarck 5682) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB Two Year Old Bull Class - Split 1 1) May-Way Breakout 1310 (AVF Breakout 5409) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 2) Bar E-L Muchmore 155A (Southland riller 83X)Pedersen Livestock, Edgerton, AB 3)Justamere 1422 Cash In 461A (EXAR Classen 1422B) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK Two Year Old Bull Class - Split 2 1) DMM Brick 48A (Gumbo Gulch Creed 94S) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB 2) DTA Atmosphere 181A (SAV Brilliance 8077) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB Champion Two Year Old Bull May-Way Breakout 1310 Champion Two Year Old Bull Bar E-L Muchmore 155A Champion Bull May-Way Breakout 48A Reserve Champion Bull Greenwood Crank JJP 27C


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Farmfair - Red Angus Show Edmonton, Alberta Spring Heifer Calf Class 1)Red GJP 370X Ms Thor 25C (Red GJP or 255A) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB 2)Red DTA Ruby 27C (Red NRA Arson 118Z) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB 3) Red GJP 54Z Ms Thor 35C (Red GJP or 255A) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB Intermediate Heifer Calf Class- Split 1 1) Red Cinder Cheta 93C (Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X) Cinder Angus, Barrhead, AB 2) Red McGowan Mabel 503C (Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X)McGowan Farms, Killam, AB 3) Red TNF Kassadee 11C (Red TNF Keystone 32A) TNF Red Angus, Sturgeon County, AB Intermediate Heifer Calf Class- Split 2 1) Red Rainbow Lark 17C (Red U-2 Big League 7136T) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 2) Red Redrich Firefly 124C (Red Cockburn Alcatraz 394A) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 3) Red McGowan Loretta Lynn 501C (Red CRSL Dawson) McGowan Farms, Killam, AB Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Red Rainbow Lark 17C Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Red Cinder Cheta 93C Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Shiloh Centerfold 5C(Red Wildman Chuck Norris 012X) Shiloh Cattle Company, Craigmyle, AB 2) Red TNF Misty 91C (Red Towaw Kingman 133Z) TNF Red Angus, Sturgeon County, AB 3) Red Cinder Freyja 29C (Red Lone

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Stone Revolver 138Z) Cinder Angus, Barrhead, AB Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red Ter-Ron Diamond Mist 8C (Red Twin Heritage Hustle 25A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Lucky 7 Rosie 173C (Lucky 7 Simon Says 63A) Lucky 7 Cattle Co, Sedgewick, AB 3) Red C.D. Larkisa 37C (Red C.D. Atlantis 20Z) Lorenz Angus, Red Deer County, AB Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red Ter-Ron Diamond Mist 8C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red Lucky 7 Rosie 173C Junior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Red Cinder Glitter 29B (Red Lone Stone Revolver 138Z) Cinder Angus, Barrhead, AB 2) Red TNF Miss Molly 83B (Red Northline Fat Tony 605U) TNF Red Angus, Sturgeon County, AB 3)Red Towaw CCC Lakima 422B(Red Towaw Orazi Calidad 130Y)Towaw Cattle Company, Sangudo, AB Senior Yearling Heifer – Senior Division 1)Red Rainbow B Larkaba 39B (Red Six Mile Redwood 259X) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 2)Red Vikse Esme Violet 166B (Red Vikse GG Fully Loaded 130X) Vikse Family Farm, Donalda, AB 3) Red DTA Lakme 21B (Red NRA Arson 118Z) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Red Shiloh Alberta Gal 85A9 (Red SCCA Xciteable Sakic 5X) Minchau Ranch, Hanna, AB 2) Red Corona Creek Ms Cola 72A (Red Vikse Hamaruka 158W)Corona Creek Cattle Co, Bashaw, AB 3) Red Towaw Sybil 489A (Red Towaw Orazi Calidad 130Y) Towaw Cattle Company, Sangudo, AB Mature Cow /Calf Class 1) Red K Adams Zaria 091Z (Red Ter-Ron Readeal 01W) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red JSTN Elora 900T (Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB 3) Red K F Babe 46X (Red Brylor SDL Squall 230S)Goad Family Angus, Clandonald, AB Grand Champion Female Red K Adams Zaria 091Z Reserve Champion Female Red JSTN Elora 900T

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Summer Bull Calf Class 1) Red Northline GFA Bullion (Red CRSL Goldmaster X74) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB 2) Red Towaw Bombadier 428C (Red Towaw Polaris 447A) Towaw Cattle Company, Sangudo, AB Spring Bull Calf Class 1)Red Redrich Courage 126C (Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Minchau Chromed N Loaded (Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y) Minchau Ranch, Hanna, AB 3)Red Family Ties Trouble 64C (Red TNF Xander 5X) Family Ties Angus, Marwayne, AB Intermediate Bull Calf Class 1) Red Shiloh Code Red 34C (Red Shiloh Actively Loaded 81A) Shiloh Cattle Company, Craigmyle, AB 2) Red Shiloh Curve Ball 36C (Red SCCA Xciteable Sakic 5X) Shiloh Cattle Company, Craigmyle, AB 3) Red Redrich Cloud Nine 99C (Red Cockburn Alcatraz 394A)Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1)Red Ter-Ron Capital 50C (Red Twin Heritage Hustle 25A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Corona Creek True Deal 26C (Red KF True Deal 12Z) Corona Creek Cattle Co, Bashaw, AB 3)Red Shiloh Cannon Fire 8C (Red ML Hustler 272Z) Shiloh Cattle Company, Craigmyle, AB Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red Ter-Ron Candidate 25C (Red Ter-Ron Parker 34A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Cinder Gunsmoke 27C (Red Lone Stone Revolver 138Z)Cinder Angus, Barrhead, AB 3) Red River Rock Clyde 547C (Red SVR Gangster 14S) River Rock Angus, Red Deer County, AB Champion Senior Bull Calf Red Ter-ron Capital 50C Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf Red Ter-Ron Candidate 25C Junior Yearling Bull Class 1) Red Northline GFA Crush 16B (Red Northline Crush 59R) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB Senior Yearling Bull Class 1) Red Moose Creek Weston 23B (Red SVR Gangster 44X) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 2)Red Ter-Ron Hot Shot 10B (Red Lazy MC Kingman 16W) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 3)Red Shiloh Buzz Bout Loaded 9B (Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y) Shiloh Cattle Company, Craigmyle, AB Two Year Old Bull 1) Red CRSL Navaho (Red Northlne Jesse James) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB 2) Red Redrich Aftershock 238A (Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 3) Red GJP Thor 255A (Red Majestic Lightning 717 SGMR) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB Grand Champion Bull Red Northline GFA Crush 16B Reserve Champion Bull Red Moose Creek Weston 23B


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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Angus Show Toronto, Ontario - Judge: Chan Phillips, Maysville, Kentucky Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) GF Evening Tinge 81C (Xcel Esker Northern Light 101Z) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 2) Cedarhill Cabaret 548C (Cedarhill underuck 223T) Thom Hickey, Omemee, ON 3)Thistle Wood Hot Bonnie 51C (Remitall West Big Wheels 42Z) Thistlewood Angus ,Cambridge, ON (4 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) GF Blackbird 108C (Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 2) Upper Glen Georgina 9C (HF Kodiak 5R) Upper Glen Angus, Georgetown, ON 3) Worth-Mor Shakura 14C (Mohnen South Dakota 402) Worth Mor Cattle, Campbellford, ON (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) Brantnor's Edam 20C (Dameron First Impression) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) Vos Vegas Beauty ET 15C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Vos Vegas Farms, Plainfield, ON 3)Hawthorne Agnes 6C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Hawthorne Farm, Mountain, ON (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) Brantnor's Favorite 12C (Dameron First Impression) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) Premier Ginger 508 (SAV Bismarck 5682) Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 3) Whiskey Lane Barbara 17C (PVF Windfall SCC 9005) Whiskey Lane Livestock & Paula Cornish, Indian River, ON (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 5 1) Seldom Rest Georgina 5012 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 2) Whiskey Lane Daisy 8C (PVF Windfall SCC 9005) Whiskey Lane Livestock, Indian River, ON 3) GF Lucy 110C (Sankeys Justified 101) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON (9 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 6 1) Locust Grove Blackbird 6C (Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C)Locust Grove, Milton, ON 2)EF Blackbird 513 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Enright Farms & Will Pilgrim, Renfrew, ON 3) Gold Bar Annie 106C (Mohnen South Dakota 402)Gold Bar Livestock, Victoria Harbour, ON (10 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 7 1) Meadowbridge Trojan Erica 501C (Connealy Final Product) Meadow Bridge Angus, St. Mary's, ON 2) Sunset Classy 1C (Connealy Final Product)Sunset Acres, Kemptville, ON 3)Vos Vegas Annie K ET 4C (Soo Line Motive 9016) Andy Vos, Eby Ranch; Blairs.Ag & Vos Vegas Farms, Plainfield, ON (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 8 1) EF Queen Idelette 501 (Dameron C-5 American Classic) Enright Farms & Eubanks Cattle Company, Renfrew, ON 2) EF Annie K 506 (Dameron C-5 American Classic) Enright Farms & Eubanks Cattle Company, Renfrew, ON 3) Rice Lake Stout (Coleman Regis 904) Rice Lake Angus, Hastings, ON (8 in class) Page 66

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Champion Junior Heifer Calf GF Evening Tinge 81C Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf Cedarhill Cabaret 548C Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf GF Blackbird 108C Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Brantor’s Edam 20C Champion Senior Heifer Calf Brantnor's Favorite 12C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf Seldom Rest Georgina 5012 Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) H Princess 4267 ET (PVF Insight 0129) Vos Vegas Farms, Plainfield, ON 2) Premier NP Pride 432 (SAV Net Worth 4200) Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 3) EF Envious Blackbird 66B (PVF Insight 0129) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON (4 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1)Kemp Brothers Freedom 90B (Kemp Brother’s Yankee 13Y) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 2)GF Crush Maid 100B (C&C McIntosh 2038)Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 3) Phillips Fancy 15B (Duff New Attraction 6110) Zach Hale, Ilderton, ON (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1)PFLC Bardetta 38B (BC Lookout 7024)Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 2) Kemp Brothers Freedom 70B (Kemp Brother’s Yankee 13Y)ADA Cattle Company, Nestleton, ON 3) Hawthorne Bumblebee (N Bar Emulation EXT) Hawthorne Farm, Mountain, ON (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 4 1) PVF Sophie 403 (PVF Out Cold 1132) Stafford Angus & Anderson Farms, St. Thomas, ON 2) GF Dreamer 30B (SAV Camaro 9272) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 3) Brantnor’s Flora 17B (Gambles Hot Rod) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON (6 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 5 1) Sunset Madame Pride 3B (Dajs Shockwave 612) Sunset Acres, Kemptville, ON 2) Polestar Queen Lilly (SAV Brilliance 8077) Polestar Angus, Lansdowne, ON 3) Dynamic Ang Burburry Zphyr 8B (SAV Radiance 0801) Ranch Dynamic Angus, Marieville, QC (9 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 6 1) PFLC Ellen 170B (SAV Net Worth 4200) Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 2) Clair Lane Ellie 1406 (Boyd New Day 8005)Clair Lane Stock Farm, Fergus, ON 3) Tambri Pride 12B (EXAR Upshot 0562B) Shane Weatherall, Flesherton, ON (8 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 7 1) Sunset Roxy 1B (PVF Windfall SCC 9005)Melmac Angus, Melbourne, ON 2) Xcel Phyllis Style 104B (Silveiras Style 9303) Xcel Livestock, Russell, ON 3) Oak Lane Darling 2B (FGAF Capitain 017X) Tullamore Farms, Caledon East, ON (8 in class)

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Yearling Heifer Class - Split 8 1) Brockhill Pride 5B (Plattemere Weigh Up K360) Brockhill Farm, Sunderland, ON 2) EXAR Penny 4947 (PVF Insight 0129) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 3) Seldom Rest Forever Lady 869 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Sherrylynn Cattle Co, St. Thomas, ON (9 in class) Champion Junior Yearling Heifer H Princess 4267 ET Reserve Junior Yearling Heifer Premier NP Pride 432 Champion Intermediate Yearling Heifer PFLC Bardetta 38B Reserve Intermediate Yearling Heifer Sunset Madame Pride 3B Champion Senior Yearling Heifer PFLC Ellen 170B Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Brockhill Pride 5B Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) OSU Empress 3100 (Dameron First Impression calf by PVF Insight 0129)) Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 2) PFLC Bardetta 4A (SAV First Class 0207 calf by SAV Brilliance 8077)Premier Livestock, Milverton, ON 3) Cedarhill Pistol Annie 24A (Soo Line Motive 9016 calf by MCATL Pure Product 903-55) Cedarhill Angus, Omemee, ON (6 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) GF Rita 66Z (Connealy Final Product calf by Sandpoint Soldier Y300)Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON Champion Senior Female OSU Empress 3100 Reserve Champion Senior Female PFLC Bardetta 4A Grand Champion Female OSU Empress 3100 Reserve Champion Female H Princess 4267 ET Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) GF McIntosh 166C (C&C McIntosh 2038) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 2) Vos Vegas Black Jack 34C (BC Eagle Eye 110-7) Vos Vegas Farms, Plainfield, ON 3) Thistle Wood Legend 35C (Remitall West Big Wheels 42Z) Thistlewood Angus, Cambridge, ON Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Kemp Brothers Cherokee 98C (EF Revolution 23Y) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 2) JPD Conquer 29C (JPD Chizam 7Z) JPD Angus, Oro-Medonte, ON 3) GF Titan 101C (Xcel Esker Northern Light 101Z) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON (4 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 3 1) GF AMC 6C (Connealy Final Product) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON 2) ADA Challenger 119C


(SAV Brilliance 8077) ADA Cattle Company, Nestleton, ON 3) Cedarhill Chattahoochee 521C (Soo Line Motive 9016) Cedarhill Angus, Omemee, ON (8 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 4 1) Kemp Brothers Check Please 13C (Benfield Substance 8506) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 2) Kemp Brothers Cash Money 6C (Benfield Substance 8506) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 3) Harprey Calvert 5C (Mohnen South Dakota 402) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON (7 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf GF McIntosh 166C Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf Vos Vegas Black Jack 34C Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Kemp Brothers Cherokee 98C Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull Calf JPD Conquer 29C Champion Senior Bull Calf Kemp Brothers Check Please 13C Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf GF AMC 6C Junior Yearling Bull Class 1) Red Patchell Who’s Your Daddy (Red Northline Trueblood 341T) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON

Senior Yearling Bull Class 1) ADA Bandit 20B (SAV Brilliance 8077) Sunset Acres, Hawthorne Farm & Brent Paulson, Kemptville, ON 2) Reidholm The Cob 304B (SAV Harvestor 0338) RK Cattle Company, Moorefield, ON 3) Melmac Density 1B (SAV 004 Density 4336) Melmac Angus, Melbourne, ON (5 in class) Champion Junior Bull ADA Bandit 20B Reserve Champion Junior Bull Red Patchell Who’s Your Daddy Two Year Old Bull Class 1) PM Thunderstruck 22’13 (HF underbird 146Y) Black Lane Farm, Bristol, QC 2) Dynamic Ang Arnold Harvestor (SAV Harvestor 0338) Ranch Dynamic Angus, Marieville, QC 3) Neilcairn Upward 44A (Sitz Upward 307R)Walkerbrae Farms, Guelph, ON (4 in class) Champion Senior Bull PM Thunderstruck 22’13 Reserve Champion Senior Bull Dynamic Ang Arnold Harvestor Grand Champion Bull PM Thunderstruck 22’13 Reserve Champion Bull Kemp Brothers Cherokee 98C Supreme Champion Angus PM Thunderstruck 22’13

Pair of Bulls Class 1) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON Breeder’s Herd 1) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 2) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON Get of Sire 1) Reinstone Farms, Kitchener, ON Junior Get of Sire 1) Reinstone Farms, Kitchener, ON Progeny of Dam 1) ADA Cattle Company, Nestleton, ON2) Clair Lane Stock Farm, Fergus, ON Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON

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Lloydminster National Black Angus Show Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Junior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Wiwa Creek Evergreen 516'15 (SAV Harvest Moon 2244)Wiwa Creek Angus, Rush Lake, SK 2) Ponderosa 310Z Wendy 163C (Justamere 499U Bellboy 310Z) Jennifer Jones, Lloydminster, SK 3)Northline Betty Boop 313C Just 313C (DAJS Shockwave 612) Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB (6 in class) Junior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Boss Ms Vale Bar 502 (HF Prowler 43U) Boss Cattle Co, Chappell, NE 2) GJP 128P Ms Master 20C (GJP 253 Master Marvel 217X) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB 3) OAV Lady Ann 102C (DMM Roar 16X) Lakeland College Student Managed Farm, Vermilion, AB (6 in class) Champion Junior Heifer Calf Wiwa Creek Evergreen 516’15 Reserve Champion Heifer Calf Ponderosa 310Z Wendy 163C Intermediate Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Redrich Enchantress 7C (Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 2)Merit Annie K 5055C (Bar EL Iron Will 32Y) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 3) Triple L Blackbird 26C (Eastondale Black Cedar 10'13) Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK (7 in class) Intermediate Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Justamere 1422 Enchantress 849C (EXAR Classen 1422B) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 2) Triple L Blackcap 21C (Captain Morgan 201X) Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK 3) Roy Mac Atalnata 25C (Belvin Viking 16'12) Roy Mac Angus, Cut Knife, SK (6 in class) Intermediate Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1)Merit Socialite 5024C (Merit Big Dawg 3049A)Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK2) Sealin Creek Tip Top 16C (Sealin Creek Eric 80Z)Sealin Creek Ranch, Monte Lake, BC 3) Ravenworth Elba 19C (Soo Line Motive 206B) Ravenworth Cattle, Middle Lake, SK (5 in class) Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Justamere 1422 Enchantress 849C Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Merit Socialite 5024C Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Young Dale Georgina 25C (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 2) HLC 1867 Annie K 582C (SAV Angus Valley 1867) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 3)NYK Black Lady 3C (N7'S Elvis 9Y) NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB (6 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1)20/20 Miss Essence 6C (RB Tour of Duty 177) 20/20 Angus, Paynton, SK 2)Early Sunset Dawn 43C (GDAR Game Day 449) Early Sunset Ranch, Edam, SK 3) DFCC 36Z Colleen 18C (HF Binghamton 36Z)Double F Cattle Co, Parkside, SK (9 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1)DMM Blackcap Essence 16C (DMM Hoss 3A) Rocky Top Cattle Co, Lloydminster, AB 2)Pederson Indiscovered Page 70

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25C (TC Grid Topper 355) Pederson Livestock, Edgerton, AB 3) Early Sunset Erelite 29C (GDAR Game Day 449) Early Sunset Ranch, Edam, SK(9 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) Justamere 101 Lucy 810C (Sankeys Justified 101) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 2) Pederson Undiscovered 14C (S Chisum 6175)Pederson Livestock & Breckyn Smith,Wainwright, AB 3)DTA Princess 2C (SAV Harvestor 0338)Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB (8 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 5 1) Greenwood Rachel (Mohnen South Dakota 402) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster,SK 2) Greenwood Miss Essence (SAV Brilliance 8077) Greenwood Limousin and Angus, Lloydminster, SK 3) JPM Queen Ruth 7C (DBRL Titan 29X) JPM Farms, Gravelbourg, SK (7 in class) Champion Senior Heifer Calf Greenwood Rachel Reserve Champion Heifer Calf Young Dale Georgina 25C Junior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Boss Miss Motive 422 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Boss Cattle & Cottage Lake Livestock, Chappell, NE 2)H70 Quantock 351 Ms 1290B (Peak Dot Predominant 351) Hill 70m Quantock Ranch, Lloydminster, AB 3)Garnier Marlene 867B (Standard Hill Yahoo 40Y) Garnier Angus & Charolais, Marwayne, AB (4 in class) Junior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Plum Creek Pretenious 4011 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Hollinger Land & Cattle & Pillar Show Cattle, Neudorf, SK 2) Royal S Pride 42B (Soo Line Yellowstone 9286) Twisted Sisters, Lloydminster, AB 3) Ponderosa 310 Wendy 149B (Justamere 499U Bellboy 310Z) Jennifer Jones, lloydminster, SK (5 in class) Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Plum Creek Pretenious 4011 Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Royal S Pride 42B Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) HF Tibbie 254B (J Square S Fireman 14Y) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 14Y 2) Remitall F Miss Queen 123B (Remitall F Odyssey 67X)Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 3) Northline Fatal Attraction (SSCO Dateline Twentyten X003)Northline Angus, Ardrossan, AB (8 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1)Brooking Lady 402Z (Brooking Prosecutor 222)Wiwa Creek Angus, Ruch Lake, SK 2)Remitall F Barbara Bea 17B (SAV Harvestor 0338)Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 3) Justamere 1447 Barbara 604B (EXAR Fortify 1447) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK (8 in class) Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Brooking Lady 402Z Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Heifer HF Tibbie 254B

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Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) Bar EL Erica 74A (Bar-E-L Natural Law 52Y calf by Mich Pit Boss 121Y) Blairs West Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 2) HLC 1220 Sweet Emotion 362A (JL Warden 1220 calf by JL Bismarck 2071)Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 3) Young Dale Elba 58A (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X calf by Young Dale Absolute 113A) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK (4 in class) Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1) Remitall F Karama 8A (TC Aberdeen 759 calf by SAV Angus Valley 1867) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) Justamere 0562B Blackbird 407A (EXAR Upshot 0562B calf by EXAR Reputation 3508B) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 3)AllandaleTiptop 15A(SAV Bismarck 5682 calf by SAV 9969 Rito 2242) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB (4 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) Merit Pride 2080 (Merit Courage 148X calf by Merit Klondike 3157A) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2) Justamere 0562 Blackbird 337Z (EXAR Upshot 0562B calf by Justamere 1728 Firewater 438A) Elldem Cattle Investments, Humboldt, SK 3) OAV Classy 4Z (Clegg Realworth 37X calf by DMM Roar 16X)Lakeland College Student Managed Farm, Vermilion, AB Mature Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1)DMM Miss Essence 61W (Gumbo Gulch Creed 94S calf by DMM Hoss 3A) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB 2)H70 Quantock 1207 Ms 1313C (H70 Quantock 1207W calf by Standard Hill Yardstick 88Y) Hill 70 Quantock Ranch, Lloydminster, AB 3) OAV Laura 25T (Lookout Pacer 437P calf by DMM Roar 16X) Lakeland College Student Managed Farm, Vermilion, AB Champion Senior Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Champion Senior Female DMM Miss Essence 61W Grand Champion Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Champion Female Plum Creek Pretenious 4011 Junior Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1)Wiwa Creek Harvest Moon 510’15 (SAV Harvest Moon 2244) Wiwa Creek Angus, Rush Lake, SK 2)MOF 664 CHE 35C (Geis Blackman 66'11) Movin On Farms, Kitscoty, AB 3)RRA G&A 17Y Cook Out 140C (GGRR Freedom 17Y)Royal Rock Angus, Kitscoty, AB (5 in class) Junior Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1)Merit Cast Iron 5094C (EXAR One-Iron 3889B)Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2)S7R Call of Duty 71C (RB Active Duty 0010X) Section 7 Ranch, Rocanville, SK 3) SMW Insignia 52C (FV Final Answer 215Z) Wagner Angus, Moose Jaw, SK (4 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf Merit Cast Iron 5094C


Reserve Champion Bull Calf S7R Call of Duty 71C Intermediate Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Boss Resource 508 (SAV Resource 1441) Boss Cattle, Chappell, NE 2)20/20 Outlaw 36C(RNRF Outlaw 307A) 20/20 Angus, Paynton, SK 3)GJP Master 447C (GJP 253 Master Marvel 217X)Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB (6 in class) Intermediate Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) DFCC 1Z Capital One 30C (K-Cow Windmill 1Z) Double F Cattle Co, Parkside, SK 2)Wiwa Creek Lead Change 93’15 (Brooking Lead Change 20Y) Wiwa Creek Angus, Rush Lake, SK 3) Merit Valor 5032C (RB Tour Of Duty 177) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK (7 in class) Champion Intermediate Bull Calf DFCC 1Z Capital One 30C Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Wiwa Creek Lead Change 93’15 Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) 20/20 Tiger 8C (SCC Tiger 15X) 20/20 Angus, Paynton, SK 2) Greenwood Crank (SAV International 2020) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 3) Pederson Confidence 39C (Bar-E-L Muchmore 155A) Pederson Livestock, Edgerton, AB (7 in class) Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Justamere Sailer Jerry 815C (Sankeys Justified 101) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 2)HLC 244YThe Duke 572C (Justamere 422 Impact 244Y)Hollinger Land & Cattle Co, Neudorf, SK 3)Roy Mac Upward 10C (Duralta 307R Upside 49A) Roy Mac Angus, Cut Knife, SK (5 in class)

Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 3 1) Avelyn Magnum 016’15 (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Avelyn Angus, Leduc, AB 2) Pederson Copenhagen 6C (SAV Potential 0205)Pederson Livestock, Edgerton, AB 3) Family Ties Terminator 356C (SAV Networth 4200) Family Ties Angus, Marwayne, AB (4 in class) Senior Bull Calf Class - Split 4 1) Greenwood Colossal (SAV International 2020) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK 2)Early Sunset Xcaliber 1C (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Early Sunset Ranch, Edam, SK 3) Greenwood Concrete (SAV 004 Density 4336) Greenwood Limousin & Angus, Lloydminster, SK (7 in class) Champion Senior Bull Calf 20/20 Tiger 8C Reserve Champion Bull Calf Greenwood Colossal Yearling Bull Class - Split 1 1) Northline Papa Midnight 703B (Daines Heavy Si 57Z) Northline Angus & North Country Angus, Ardrossan, AB 2) Young Dale Hi Definition 185B(PH Hoover Dam 041) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 3)HLC 336U Hurricane 447B (Justamere 406S Panama Jack 336U)Hollinger Land & Cattle & Bryces Bar B, Neudorf, SK (6 in class) Yearling Bull Class - Split 2 1) Remitall F Boycott 71B (Remitall F Prospector 110Z) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) OAV Motown 11B (SAV Bismarck 5682) Pugh Farms & Grant Lodge Farms,

Edgerton, AB 3) Bar S Range Boss (Bar S Range Boss 1118) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK (8 in class) Champion Junior Bull Remitall F Boycott 71B Reserve Champion Junior Bull Northline Papa Midnight 703B Two Year Old Bull Class 1)Justamere 1422 Cash In 461A (EXAR Classen 1422B) Justamere Farms & Running Steady Ranch, Lloydminster, SK 2)Bar EL Muchmore 115A(Southland riller 83X) Pederson Livestock, Edgerton, AB 3) DMM Brick 48A (Gumbo Gulch Creed 94S) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB (5 in class) Champion Senior Bull Justamere 1422 Cash In 461A Reserve Champion Senior Bull Bar EL Muchmore 155A Grand Champion Bull Remitall F Boycott 71B Reserve Champion Bull Justamere 1422 Cash In 461A Breeder’s Herd 1) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 3) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK Get of Sire 1) JPMFarms, Gravelbourg, SK Pair of Bulls 1) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2) JPM Farms, Gravelbourg, SK

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Lloydminster National Red Angus Show Lloydminster, Saskatchewan Junior Heifer Calf Class 1) Red Lazy MC Bess 145C (Red Lazy MC Divide 8J) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB 2) Red MOF 5A Soapy 25C (Red R&M 9X) Movin On Farms, Kitscoty, AB 3) Red GJP 370X Ms Thor 25C (Red GJP or 255A) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB (6 in class) Champion Junior Heifer Calf Red Lazy MC Bess 145C Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf Red MOF 5A Soapy 25C Intermediate Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Wrights 135Z Bridget 12C (Red Six Mile Kill Switch 135Z) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK 2) Red Wrights 780A Lana 19C( Red Six Mile & Co Jagger 780A) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK 3) Red McGowan Mabel 503C (Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X)McGowan Farms, Killam, AB (5 inclass) Intermediate Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red Wrights Triple L Pride 69C (Red Wrights 832S Ironhide 4Z) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK 2) Red Redrich Firefly 124C (Red Cockburn Alcatraz 394A) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 3) Red Corona Creek Lady 65C (Red Towaw Kingman 7Y) Corona Creek Cattle Co, Bashaw, AB (5 in class) Champion Intermediate Hefier Calf Red Wrights Triple L Pride 69C Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Red Redrich Firefly 124C Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1)Red Shiloh Centerfold 5C (Red Wildman Chuck Norris 012X) Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB 2) Red Triple L Cheta 2C (Red MRLA New Era 87Y) Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK 3) Red Redrich Robin 26C (Red Redrich Aftershock 238A)Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB (5 in class) Senior Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red DMM Leah 6C (Red Corner Creek Cash 2R) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB 2) Red Ter-Ron Diamond Mist 8C (Red Twin Heritage Hustle 25A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 3) Red Goad Thelma 169’15 (Red Crowfoot Moonshine 8081U) Goad Family Angus, Clandonald, AB (5 in class) Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red DMM Leah 6C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red Shiloh Centerfold 5C Junior Yearling Heifer Class 1)Red Blair’s Bonita 3B(Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055) Baxter Blair, Drake, SK 2) Red Lazy MC Glitterbug 165B (Red Lazy MC Eye Spy 64Y) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB 3)Red GJP 180R Ms Fat Tony 319B (Red Northline Fat Tony 605U) Pugh Farms & High Point Lowlines, Edgerton, AB (6 in class) Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Red Blair’s Bonita 3B Page 74

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Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Red Lazy MC Glitterbug 165B Senior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Red Shiloh Beyond Loaded 16B (Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y)Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB 2) Red Blair’s Darline 565B (Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055) Blairswest Land & Cattle, Drake, SK 3) Red Avelyn Tami 752’14 (Red DMM Glesbar Barndance 35X) Morland Acres & Acelyn Angus, Major, SK (4 in class) Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Red Shiloh Beyond Loaded 16B Reserve Champion Yearling Heifer Red Blair’s Darline 565B Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1)Red Blair’s Larkaba 42B (Red Wheel Gangster 31Y calf by Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Baxter Blair, Drake, SK 2) Red Corona Creek Ms Cola 72A (Red Vikse Hamaruka 158W calf by Red Ter-Ron U.B 46Z)Corona Creek Cattle Co, Bashaw, AB 3)Red Shiloh Alberta Gal 85A (Red SCCA Xciteabull Sakic 5X calf by Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y) Alisha Minchau, Hanna, AB Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Red K Adams Zaria 091Z (Red Ter-Ron Real Deal 01W calf by Red Ter-Ron Shocker 10C) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red MPV Hannah 22Z (Red Lazy MC Grizzly 20W calf by Red MPV Young Gun 7X)Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB 3)Red Jst Elora 900T (Red Fine Line Mulberry 26P calf by Red DTA Overflow 1W) Arntzen Angus, Sedgewick, AB (4 in class) Champion Senior Female Red K Adams Zaria 091Z Reserve Champion Senior Female Red MPV Hannah 22Z Grand Champion Female Red K Adams Zaria 091Z Reserve Champion Female Red MPV Hannah 22Z Junior Bull Calf Class 1) Red Redrich Courage 126C (Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y) Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Wrights 135Z By Design 16C (Red Six Mile Kill Switch 135Z) Wright Livestock & CD Land & Cattle, Melfort, SK 3) Red MOF 35A Chumley 75C (Red R&M H0904 52K) Movin On Farms, Kitscoty, AB (6 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf Red Redrich Courage 126C Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf Red Wrights 135Z Intermediate Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Wrights 4Z Brisby 15C (Red Wrights 832S Ironhide 4Z) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK 2) Red Lazy MC Jack 119C (Red Ter-Ron Parker 34A) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB 3) Red Lazy MC Tradition 111C (Red WPRA Legacy A-314) Lazy MC Angus,

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Agribition Red Angus Show Results Judge: Ryley & Jill Mader, Carstairs, Alberta Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Blair’s Favorite 221C (Red Wrights 832S Iron Hide 4Z) Blair’s Ag Cattle Co, Lanigan, SK 2) Red Six Mile Sexy Syringa 370C (Red Six Mile Timberline 880W) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK3) Red Six Mile Ms Lakota 350C (Red Six Mile Tuff Enuf 111Z) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red Six Mile Lakota Lin 279C (Red U-2 Reckoning 149A) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK 2) Red GJP 370X Ms Thor 25C (Red GJP or 255A) Pugh Farms, Edgerton, AB (6 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) Red Six Mile Ms Cresta 250C (Red U-2 Reckoning 149A) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK 2) Red Rainbow Lark 17C (Red U-2 Big League 7136T) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 3) Red Six Mile Countess 152C (Red U-2 Reckoning 149A) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK (10 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) Red Wrights Triple L Pride 69C (Red Wrights 832S Iron Hide 4Z) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK & Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK 2) Red Wheel Dawn 89C (Red Six Mile Fast Lane 525A) Wheeler’s Stock Farm, Saskatoon, SK 3) Red Wilbar Cora 731C (Red U-2 Copenhagen 86A)Wilbar Cattle Co, Dundurn, SK (9 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 5 1) Red Blair’s Monique 516C (Red Wrights 832S Iron Hide 4Z) Blair’s.Ag Cattle, Lanigan, SK 2) Triple L Cheta 2C (Red MRLA New Era 87Y)Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK 3) Red Shiloh Centerfold 5C (Red Wildman Chuck Norris 012X) Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB (6 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 6 1) Red Ter-Ron Diamond Mist 8C (Red Twin Heritage Hustle 25A)Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Mar Mac Fran 4C (Red Bieber Hard Drive Y120) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 3) Red Blair’s Monique 522C (Red Ringstead Kargo 215U)Blair’s.Ag Cattle, Lanigan, SK (6 in class) Champion Junior Heifer Calf Red Blair’s Favorite 221C Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf Red Six Mile Sexy Syringa 370C Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Red Six Mile Ms Cresta 250C Reserve Champion Intermediate Heifer Calf Red Wrights Triple L Pride 69C Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red Ter-Ron Diamond Mist 8C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf Red Blair’s Monique 516C Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Red Bar EL Kassie 129B (Red Bar EL AB Magic Mike 189Z) Blairs.Ag Cattle Co, Lanigan, SK 2) Red Blair’s Bonita 3B (Red Haycow Cutting Edge 055) Baxter Blair, McLean, SK 3) Red Lazy MC Glitterbug 165B (Red Lazy MC Eye Spy 64Y) Lazy MC Angus & Laurie Morasch, Bassano, AB (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 Page 76

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1) Red Rainbow B Larkaba 39B (Red Six Mile Redwood 259X) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 2) Red Wheel Annie Oakley 8B (Red Wheel N Deal 143Y) Wheeler’s Stock Farm, Saskatoon, SK 3) Red Mar Mac Brylor L Trooper 4B (Red Bieber Roughrider 107’12) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB; Brylor Ranch, Pincher Creek, AB; Bullis Creek Ranch, Lake Wood, NE (6 in class) Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Red Bar EL Kassie 129B Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Heifer Red Blair’s Bonita 3B Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Red Rainbow B Larkaba 39B Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Heifer Red Wheel Annie Oakley 8B Two Year Old Cow/Calf Pair Class 1) Red Blair’s Larkaba 42A (Red Wheel Gangster 31Y calf by Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Baxter Blair, McLean, SK 2) Red Shiloh Alberta Gal 85A (Red SCCA Xciteabull Sakic 5X calf by Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y) Alisha Minchau, Hanna, AB 3) Red Cockburn Cora 312A(Red SSS Breakout 114Y calf by Red Jacobson Fed Express) Cockburn Red Angus, Briercrest, SK Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Red K Adams Zaria 091Z (Red Ter-Ron Realdeal 01W calf by Red Ter-Ron Parker 43A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Blu Dawn Miss Illicit 359Z (Red U-2 Illicit 423P calf by Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X) DKF Red & Black Angus, Gladmar, SK Champion Senior Female Red K Adams Zaria 091Z Reserve Champion Senior Female Red Blair’s Larkaba 42A Grand Champion Female Red K Adams Zaria 091Z Reserve Champion Female Red Rainbow B Larkaba 39B Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Bar EL Apollo 144C (Red Bar EL Anthem 46A) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB 2) Red Lazy MC Knockout 50C (Red MVP Young Gun 7X) Lazy MC Angus & Laurie Morasch, Bassano, AB 3) Red Wrights 135Z By Design 16C (Red Six Mile Killswitch 135Z) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK & C.D. Land & Cattle, Taber, AB (8 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Red Bar EL High Tide 63C (Red U-2 Justified 235Z) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB 2) Red Six Mile Cassanova 177C (Red Six Mile Taurus 519A)Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK 3) Red T-K High Tech 19C (Red Jensen Cactus 2Z) T Bar K Ranch, Wawota, SK (8 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 3 1) Red Bar EL Concept 49C (Red U-2 Justified 235Z) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB2) Red Lazy MC Tradition 111C (Red WPRA Legacy A-134) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB 3) Red Bar EL Triple Threat 32Z (Red Crowfoot 4 Aces 2193Z) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB (9 in class)

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Bull Calf Class - Split 4 1) Red Ter-Ron Candidate 25C (Red Ter-Ron Parker 34A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red Shiloh Cannon Fire 8C (Red ML Hustler 272Z)Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB 3) Red Ter-Ron Capital 50C (Red Twin Heritage Hustle 25A) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB (7 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf Red Bar EL Apollo 144C Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf Red Lazy MC Knockout 50C Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Red Bar EL High Tide 63C Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Red Bar EL Concept 49C Champion Senior Bull Calf Red Ter-Ron Candidate 25C Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf Red Shiloh Cannon Fire 8C Yearling Bull Class - Split 1 1) Red Six Mile Signature 295B (Red Six Mile Grand Slam 130Z) Blairs.Ag Cattle Co, Lanigan, SK & Jeff Keller 2) Red Moose Creek Weston 23B (Red SVR Gangster 44X) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 3) Red Patchell Who’s your Daddy (Red Northline Trueblood 341T) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON (4 in class) Yearling Bull Class - Split 2 1) Red Ter-Ron Hot Shot 10B (Red Lazy MC Kingman 16W) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestrburg, AB & Wood Coulee Red Angus, Swift Current, SK 2) Red Shiloh Buzz Bout Loaded 9B (Red Vikse Fully Loaded 29Y) Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, SK 3) Red Blairswest Power Up 1B (Red Soo Line Power Eye 161X) Nu-Horizon Angus, Lipton, SK (4 in class) Champion Junior Bull Red Six Mile Signature 295B Reserve Champion Junior Bull Red Ter-Ron Hot Shot 10B Two Year Old Bull Class 1) Red Redrich Aftershock 238A (Red Wilbar Longitude 646Y)Wood Coulee Cattle, Swift Current, SK & Red Rich Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Red GJP Thor 255A (Red Majestic Lightning 717 SGMR) Shiloh Cattle Co, Craigmyle, AB & North Country Angus Champion Senior Bull Red Redrich Aftershock 238A Reserve Champion Senior Bull Red GJP Thor 255A Grand Champion Bull Red Redrich Aftershock 238A Reserve Champion Bull Red Six Mile Signature 295B Breeder’s Herd 1) Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB 2) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK


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Agribition Black Angus Show Results Judge: Lance Leachman, Maidstone, Saskatchewan Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1)Wiwa Creek Evergreen 516’15 (SAV Harvest Moon 2244) Wiwa Creek Farms, Rush Lake, SK 2) Wiwa Creek Favorite 543’15 (SAV Harvest Moon 2244)Wiwa Creek Farms, Rush Lake, SK 3)Brooking Blackbird 5114 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Brooking Angus Ranch, Radville, SK (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) OAV Lady Ann 102C (DMM Roar 16X) Lakeland College Student Managed Farm, Vermilion, AB 2)Boss Ms Vale Bar 502 (HF Prowler 43U) Cottage Lake Livestock, Stony Plain, AB 3) SCC Quality 115C (LLB 268S Free Wheeler 487X) Stewart Cattle Co, Russell, MB (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1)Mich SC High Rose 526 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Michelson Land and Cattle, Ituna, SK & Wheatland Cattle Co & Serhienko Cattle Co. 2)Mich Envious Blackbird 528 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Michelson Land and Cattle, Ituna, SK & Wheatland Cattle Co & Nu-Horizon Angus 3) Mainstream Dolly 89C (Styles Denali R 143) Mainstream Genetics, Watrous, SK (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) HLC 101 Jewel 654C (Sankeys Justied 101) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 2) OAV Classy 83C (DMM Roar 16X) Lakeland College Student Managed Farm, Vermilion, AB 3) Isla Bank Echo 5117 (Wilbar Tigershark 420Y) Isla Bank Angus Farm, Delisle, SK (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 5 1) Bar EL Blackbird 47C (SAV International 2020) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB 2) MVR Georgina 18C (Southland riller 83X) Jackson, Chance, Sedley, SK 3) PM Rosebud 77’15 (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC (9 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 6 1) Brooking Queen 5067 (PVF Insight 0129) Brooking Angus Ranch, Radville, SK & Sunrise Angus 2) L Bride 28C (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Bar EL Angus, Stettler, AB 3) Triple L Blackcap 21C (Captain Morgan 201X) Triple L Angus, Viscount, SK (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 7 1) Merit Socialite 5024C (Merit Big Dawg 3049A) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2) PM Echo 4415 (SAV Bismarck 5682) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) Bar EL Clova 20C (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y) Brooking Angus Ranch, Radville, SK & Lazy MC Angus & The Angus Oasis (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 8 1) Anderson Barb Rose 1528 (Young Dale Zalman 182) Anderson Cattle, Bethune, SK 2) Anderson Euthalla 1512 (MCATL Reflection 120) Anderson Cattle, Bethune, SK 3) Hall’s Esther 533C (HF Kodiak 5R)Hall's Cattle Co, Craven, SK (9 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 9 1) Young Dale Georgina 25C (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 2) PM Tibbie 4’15 (Bar Page 78

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El Natural Law 52Y)Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) HF Annie K 123C (HF Rebel 53Y) Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 10 1) HF Ruby 107C (Pleasant Valley Lute 1207) Hamilton Farms Cochrane, AB 2) Brooking Blackcap 5018 (Brooking Prosecutor 222) Brooking Angus Ranch Radville, SK & Schwan Angus 3) Cowtrax Katinka 12C (LFE Harvestor 330A) Cowtrax Cattle Co, Val Marie, SK (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 11 1) Brooking Annie K 5010(Soo Line Motive 9016)Brooking Angus Ranch Radville, SK & Wiwa Creek Angus & Mitch Campbell 2) Mich Envious Blackbird 502 (Dameron First Class 896) Michelson Land and Cattle Ituna, SK & Wheatland Cattle Co & Dynasty Cattle Co 3) Come As UR Lady 508C (Brooking Prosecutor 222) Brooking Angus Ranch Radville, SK & Rust Mountain View Ranch & Canadian Donors (5 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 12 1)Ramrod Hope 503C (Bushs Grand Design)Ramrod Cattle Company Medora, MB 2)Northern View Lucy 95C (Vision Unanimous 1418) Northern View Angus Neudorf, SK 3) HF Blackwood Lady 19C (WK Smooth 2382) Hamilton Farms Cochrane, AB (7 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 13 1) GGA Tibbie 5C (EXAR Declaration 1686B) Glen Gabel, Regina, SK 2) HLC 101 Fantasy 559C (Sankeys Justified 101) Hollinger Land & Cattle Neudorf, SK 3) J Square S Ellen 506C (Sankeys Justified 101)J Square S Angus Grayson, SK (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 14 1) Remitall F Karama 2C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Remitall Farms Inc,Olds, AB 2) JPM Queen Ruth 7C (DBRL Titan 29X)JPM Farms Ltd. Gravelbourg, SK 3)Harvest Belle 1C (Soo Line or 1085) Harvest Angus Prince George, BC & Gilchrist Farms (8 in class) Champion Junior Heifer Calf Mich SC High Rose 526 Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf Wiwa Crek Evergreen 516’15 Champion Intermedaite Heifer Calf Brooking Queen 5067 Reserve Champion Intermdeiate Heifer Calf Bar EL Blackbird 47C Champion Senior Heifer Calf Remitall F Karama 2C Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf HLC 101 Fantasy 559C Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Young Dale Grace 169B (PF Hoover Dam 041) Jaymarandy Farms Roblin, MB B 2)Anderson Primrose 4116 (Anderson Prisoner 1237) Anderson Cattle Bethune, SK 3) Royal S Pride 42B (Soo Line Yellowstone 9286)Twisted Sisters Livestock Lloydminster, AB & Meghan Hoffman (7 in class)

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Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Plum Creek Pretentious 4011 (EXAR Classen 1422B) Hollinger Land & Cattle Neudorf, SK & Piller Show Cattle & Josh Holllinger 2) PM Black Beauty 149’14 (HF underbird 146Y) Poplar Meadows Angus Houston, BC 3)Young Dale Pride 121B(Young Dale Xcaliber 32X)Young Dale Angus Carievale, SK (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1) Mich Envious Blackbird 1449 (Dameron First Class) Brooking Angus Ranch Radville, SK & Koyle Farms & Michelson Land & Cattle 2)SAV Bessie Heiress 4196(SAV Harvestor 0338) Schwan Angus Ranch, Swift Current, SK 3) Lone Star Elchies 21B (Connealy Right Answer 746) Lone Star Angus Sylvan Lake, AB (10 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 4 1) Remitall F Miss Queen 123B (Remitall F Odyssey 67X) Remitall Farms Inc. Olds, AB 2) HF Tibbie 241B (Pleasant Valley Lute 1207) Michelson Land and Cattle Ituna, SK & Wheatland Cattle Co 3) HF Miss Blackcap 228B (Pleasant Valley Lute 1207)Hamilton Farms Cochrane, AB(9 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 5 1) Mich Envious Blackbird 1440 (Dameron First Class) Brooking Angus Ranch Radville, SK & Koyle Farms & Michelson Land & Cattle 2)Brooking Lady 4052 (Brooking Prosecutor 222) Wiwa Creek Farms Rush Lake, SK 3) SY Annie’s Angel 77B (Dameron First Impression) Symens Land and Cattle Co Claresholm, AB (9 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 6 1) Remitall F Barbara Bea 17B (SAV Harvestor 0338) Remitall Farms Inc. Olds, AB 2) Brooking Lady 4007 (Vision Ananimous 1418) Pinnacle View Limousin Quesnel, BC & Heather Fisher-LeBlanc 3) HF Annie K 16B (HF Rebel 52Y) Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB & Grand River Angus Farms LLC & 3G Ventures (10 in class) Champion Junior Yearling Female Plum Creek Pretentious 4011 Reserve Champion Junior Yearling Female Young Dale Grace 107W Champion Senior Yearling Female Remitall F Miss Queen 123B Reserve Champion Senior Yearling Female Mich Envious Blackbird 1449 Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) Bar EL Erica 74A (Bar EL Natural Law 52Y calf by Mich Pit Boss 121Y) Blairwest Land & Cattle Co, Drake, SK & Blairs, Ag Cattle, Lanigan, SK 2) Young Dale Elba 58A (Young Dale Xcaliber 32X calf by Young Dale Absolute 113A) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, SK 3) HF Pride 155A (HF Rebel 53Y calf by WK Smooth 2382) Hamilton Farms, Cochrane & 3G Ventures & Randy McGowan (5 in class) continued on Page 80


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Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1) OSU Empress 3100 (Dameron First Impression calf by PVF Insight 0129) Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK 2) Harvest Blackbird Jo Jo 13A (Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C calf by RB Tour of Duty 177) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 3) Hall’s Duchess 328A (Justamere 253 Bada Bing 406S calf by Hall’s Currency 436Z)Hall’s Cattle Co, Craven, SK (5 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) Merit Pride 2080 (Merit Courage 148X calf by Merit Klondike 3157A) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2) Ramrod Nova 230Z (Ramrod No Fear 921W calf by Duralta 37W Heavy Hitter 182A) Ramrod Cattle Co, Medora, MB 3) GF Rita 66Z (Connealy Final Product calf by Sandpoint Soldier Y300) Gilchrist Farms, Lucknow, ON (5 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1) CCCJ Errolline 2Y (Soo Line Motive 9016 calf by SAV International 2020) Jackson Cattle Co, Sedley, SK 2) DMM Miss Essence 61W (Gumbo Gulch Creeed 94S calf by DMM Hos 3A) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB & Hurst Mount Farm 3)Merit Socialite 48X (GDAR Insight 7201 calf by EAXR One-Iron 3889B) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK (5 in class) Champion Senior Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Champion Senior Female CCCJ Errolline 2Y Grand Champion Female Bar EL Erica 74A Reserve Champion Female Remitall F Miss Queen 123B Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Merit Cast Iron 5094C (EXAR One-Iron 3889B) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 2) HLC 101 Pulse 671C (Sankeys Justified 101)Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK 3)S7R Call of Duty 71C (RB Active Duty 0010X) Section 7 Ranch, Rocanville, SK (10 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Boss Resource 50B (SAV Resource 1441) Cottage Lake Livestock, Stony Plain, AB 2) PM Aviator 91’15 (Musgrave Aviator)Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) Merit 5079C (Merit Genesis 1077)Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK (7 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 3 1) Wiwa Creek Lead Change 93’15 (Brooking Lead Change 204) Wiwa Creek Faarms, Ruch Lake, SK 2) JCC J.D. 9C (SAV International 2020) Jackson Cattle Co, Sedley, SK 3) Anderson Courage 1540 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Anderson Cattle Co, Bethune, SK (6 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 4 1) PM Jack Daniels 24’15 (BVC Jack Daniels B118) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 2) Remitall F Crossfire 102C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 3) NYK MacGyver 5C (SAV Resource 1441) NYK Cattle Co, Douglas, MB (8 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 5 1) Brooking Silver Lining 5012 (SAV International 2020) Brooking Angus, Radville, SK 2) DFCC 1418 Double Vision 232C (Vision Unanimous 1418) Double F Cattle Co, Parkside, SK & Nielson Land & Cattle Co, Craik, SK 3) Page 80

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Merit Predator 5002C (HF Prowler 43U) Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK (8 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 6 1) Schwan First Cut 516C (SAV Harvestor 0338) Schwan Angus Ranch, Swift Current, SK 2) HLC 244Y The Duke 572C(Justamere 422 Impact 244Y)Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK3)Justamere Sailor Jerry 815C (Sankeys Justified 101) Jaustamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK (7 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 7 1) Greenwood Concrete JJP 26C (SAV 004 Density 4336) Greenwood Angus, Lloydminster, SK2)CCCJ Motivation 1C (Soo Line Motive 9016) Chance jackson, Sedley, SK 3) HLC 101 Overdrive 550C (Sankeys Justified 101) Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK (8 in class) Champion Junior Bull Calf Merit Cast Iron 509C Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf HLC 101 Pulse 671C Champion Intermediate Bull Calf Wiwa Creek Lead Change 93’15 Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull Calf JCC J.D. 9C Champion Senior Bull Calf Brooking Silver lining 5012 Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf Greenwood Concrete JJP 26C Yearling Bull Calss - Split 1 1) Young Dale Hi Definition 185B (PF Hoover Dam 041) Young Dale Angus, Carievale, AB 2) Isla bank Montezuma 4103 (SAV Heritage 6295) Isla Bank Angus, Delisle, SK 3) Bar B Intensity 27B (Southland riller 83X) Bryces Bar B Ranch, Arcola, SK (6 in class)

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Yearling Bull Class - Split 2 1) Remitall F Boycott 71B (Remitall F Prospector 110Z) Remitall Farms, Olds, AB 2) Bar S Range Boss 4002 (Bar S Range Boss 1118)Merit Cattle Co, Radville, SK 3) Young Dale Zikomo (Young Dale Zikomo 79Z) Jaymarandy Farms, Roblin, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Bull Young Dale Hi Definition 185B Reserve Champion Junior Bull Remitall F Boycott 71B Mature Bull Calss 1) May-Way Breakout 1310 (AVF Breakout 5409) Poplar Meadows, Houston, BC 2) DMM Brick 48A (Gumbo Gulch Creed 94S) Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB & Bryce’s Bar B Ranch 3) Hall’s Motion 12A (Soo Line Motive 9016) Hall’s Cattle Co, Craven, SK (4 in class) Champion Senior Bull May-Way Breakout 1310 Reserve Champion Senior Bull DMM Brick 48A Grand Champion Bull Young Dale Hi Definition 185B Reserve Champion Bull May-Way Breakout 1310 Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor Brooking Angus Ranch, Radville, SK


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British Columbia Angus Association

by Tom deWaal ~ President, BC Angus Association

Well . . . calving season is in full swing and bull sale are right around the corner. Weather has been extremely mild. The BC Angus Association has been working hard at looking after the needs of members and commercial cattlemen. We have been working with a company on an order for export embryos that I believe will be coming to fruition in the coming weeks which is very promising. The location of our Gold Show and Pen Show have been decided. Armstrong and Burns Lake will be the Gold Shows and the Pens Show will be in Prince George.

Alberta Angus Association

We have been working hard on new ideas to reach out to commercial cattlemen as well. So we do have some exciting things going on and I am sure we are looking forward to an exciting year ahead. Stay well, Tom deWaal

by Greg Pugh ~ President, Alberta Angus Association

Hope this message finds you all well. We have had an active year with the AAA board. Wrapping two successful Gold Shows this fall and moving into our first winter Pen Show at Medicine Hat. Attendance was great at all three events with very solid exhibitor numbers at Farmfair and Olds and a huge increase in numbers at Medicine Hat. Our Angus steak was very well received at Medicine Hat and the booth information was very well received. Our sponsorship of the pen show went over very well awarding sake credits to two great outfits I'd like to congratulate them on their excellent females. Moving into the New Year we are rolling into more tradeshows and Bull Congresses being Camrose and

Oyen where we will have both our booth and info as well as our Angus Steaks! If you can make these events please feel free to stop in. We hope to have our Commercial Bull Credit draw forms available at the shows so if you have bought a bull in 2016 or if you have an upcoming sale please grab a copy and fill it out our take some copies to have available for your customers! I want yo wish everyone the best of luck calving as well as in the sales of stock this winter and spring. We are in an excellent time as producers in our industry with a highly regarded and sought after product. If you have any questions of your AAA board please feel free to contact myself or any of our Directors.

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Saskatchewan Angus Association

Greetings fellow Angus breeders and enthusiasts. I hope that everyone is enjoying this busy time of year as we are all preparing for calving and bull sale season. Your Saskatchewan Angus Association board of directors are a great group of volunteers that have also been very busy implementing our existing programming and planning for the future. I would like to thank the breeders that took the time to complete and return our membership survey. The survey was a good starting point to the strategic plan the board has been working on to identify our priorities as we move into the future. I would also like to thank the breeders that took the time in December to attend our planning session with Erin Campbell Howell, who the board hired to help facilitate the planning process. During our session we examined our past successes and trends that will shape our future. We looked at why Saskatchewan Angus will exist and who it will serve in the future. There were four main areas of focus or themes that developed from the planning session. The first priority was creating opportunities for

membership education and engagement. We are examining ways to host information sessions for breeders and industry stakeholders. Keep posted for more information about these events in the future. We also want to improve communication via social media and utilize that platform to reach everyone from breeders to consumers. The second priority that we want to continue to pursue is youth. It was felt that our current youth programming is very effective and the newly launched mentorship program is the next step that is up and running with funding secured as part of the Growing Forward 2 program. We hope that we can secure permanent funding for the mentorship program and make it a permanent program. Our third priority is to be the consumer's brand of choice. The Angus brand is a great strength that our Association wants to build upon. We have worked very hard in the past to gain acceptance by commercial cattlemen and that will remain a priority. Looking to the future we feel that we can also do more to be an advocate for beef and educate consumers about Angus beef. We want to give our members the tools and information needed to be advocates and answer consumer's questions and break the myths that our opposition promotes to the public. If we do not tell our story, someone else will tell it for us. Our fourth priority is to work on developing strategic partnerships that will help educate consumers and enhance the value of the Angus brand. We hope that by working together with other organizations, such as Ag in the Classroom or Saskatchewan Forage for example, we can be more effective and efficient at delivering our message. We realize that our association can not undertake a campaign that will change the world but we

Manitoba Angus Association

My name is Larissa Hamilton and I have been elected as the new president for the Manitoba Angus Association. I am honored and excited to serve as President and look forward to an exciting year that is coming for the Association. My family and I own Hamco Cattle Company and are located just south of Glenboro. We are a mixed cattle and grain farm. We run 530 Registered Red and Black Angus cows. We have a bull sale every March on the farm. We have sold a number of bulls into purebred herds Page 86

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by Larissa Hamilton ~ President, Manitoba Angus Association

but the bulk of our customers are commercial cattlemen. We have been very pleased with the acceptance and popularity of our Angus bulls in our customer's commercial herds. We also farm 4000 acres of grain land and 1000 acres of alfalfa hay. We export a lot of hay and straw around Canada and the USA. I have been on the Angus board for the last 4 years and have spent a number of years on the advertising committee and have been involved in a number of events. We have a great group of people on the board again this year. Many of the events that we plan throughout the year wouldn’t happen without the help of the board members who put in a lot of their time and effort into planning these great events. There are many exciting things coming up this year that us as a board are working hard on. One of the new events that we are planning on is to have a summer tour in early August. We will be touring 2 different farms that are close together. We will tour a couple pastures at each farm then have a supper with refreshments and possibly a speaker. Things are in the works for this new summer tour so stay tuned. Manitoba Angus Association will be hosting the Canadian Angus Association annual meeting in Brandon

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all can take that first step and have those one on one conversations. We just wrapped up our Annual General Meeting in Saskatoon. Elections were held for the board of directors and I would like to congratulate Kristine Sauter, Robin Hogberg, Geoff Anderson and Jamie Van Cleemput for being elected. I would also like to thank Jason Frey and Dale Easton for their years of service on the board. We also have one Canadian Angus director position available and Jon Fox and Dale Easton have been nominated for that position. Watch for your ballot in the mail from the CAA to vote in the election process. As part of our AGM and the Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference an SLA Honor Scroll was presented to Bob and Gail Switzer of Sandy Bar Angus, who were nominated by the Saskatchewan Angus Association. I would also like to congratulate Hollinger Land & Cattle on being selected Purebred Breeder of the Year. In the coming months the board will be meeting in April and for the first time will participate in some information sessions. We are planning to have workshops for the board members with a focus on advocacy and media training. We have also invited the participants in the mentorship program and their mentors to join us. The summer months will bring our annual summer tour which has become a major event for the association. Plans are currently underway for the tour to be in the Moose Jaw area August 8 and 9, so mark your calendars. The Gold and Junior show will be held again in Lloydminster with the Stockade Roundup. Best of luck with calving and I hope that the next time you hear from me your bull pens are empty. The bar was set high last year for bull sale prices and if we continue to focus on producing and promoting a top quality product that success will follow.

June 2017 and we as an Association are working on planning for this event. We have a new and improved website (www.mbangus.ca) that will have all our upcoming events on it, along with our Facebook page (Manitoba Angus) and Twitter (@ManitobaAngus) and also MAA breed newsletter - The Outlook, giving us many ways to keep our members informed with what's going on with Manitoba Angus Association! It is an exciting time to be in the cattle industry and hope the optimism will continue. Cattle markets in the last 2 years have been great and with more borders opening up around he world all the time and with the COOL program behind us and the low Dollar, cattle prices should stay strong for the foreseeable future. With calving already started for some producers and others just getting started, let's hope the weather cooperates and stays fairly mild throughout the winter months. I am looking forward to a great year to come and along with the board members hope to continue to promote the great Angus breed. If anyone has any suggestions or concerns please do not hesitate to give me a call or an email any time.


Ontario Angus Association

As I write this article I think back to where our prices would be if it not for a $.70 dollar. Feedlots are getting thinned out from the fall rush of cattle. If we could ever move some of these cattle over time in a

by Graham McLean ~ President, Ontario Angus Association

theoretical world the industry would be able to target packer demand with consumer demand and prevent the value chain from plugging up like last fall. I know this is asking too much because of so many smaller producers. The prices have rebounded in the stockyards and packing houses to where the price of calves and stockers may work this fall. Still the underlying factor is heavier weights at market to cover the spread in calf costs results with more meat in the freezers to sell. Cull cows slipped a little from the highs in the fall but are creeping back to that magic $1.00/lb. I believe heifer retention will grow the commercial cow herd. As I talk to producers they are asking for heifers to breed. There is lots of interest in yearling

Maritime Angus Association

by Julie Mutch ~ President, Maritime Angus Association

Sussex NB continue to be a success. It is another opportunity to promote Angus cattle in our region. The Angus in Action sale was held in October 24th. Congratulations to consignors and buyers of a strong sale with 28 lots selling for $83,550.00. The high selling lot was a purebred heifer calf, Garvie's Erica 29C consigned by Garvie Mountain Angus, Glassville, NB and purchased by Sharon Siddall, Southampton, NS for $4500.

Greetings from the Maritimes, The Association had a great Fall with large Angus shows in Windsor, NS, and Sussex, NB. Congratulations to all exhibitors. Also, our Angus futurities at Old Home Week, Charlottetown, PE and

bulls this spring and cull bull price is favourable to cull those old bulls and improve genetic advancement. A major problem in Ontario is some labour problems with one of our major packers is surfacing. Our producers whether it be commercial or purebred can’t afford a shutdown at this time. On a good note our temperatures have been unseasonably warm for January and forecasts look good for early February. I hope this makes a short winter. With the ’16 calf crop hitting the ground, we should hope that this year is a successful and profitable one. Happy Calving!

There are 26 Black and Red Angus bulls on test at the Beef test station in Nappan, NS with the bull sale happening on April 2, 2016. Monthly test reports can be found at maritimebeefteststation.com for anyone that is interested. The Maritime Angus Annual Meeting was held on January 17, 2016. We welcomed the new Canadian Angus Association Eastern Manager, Cheryl Hazenberg to the meeting. We look forward to working with Cheryl in the coming year. The executive for the Maritime Association for 2016 is

Wilfred Gilby, Vice President, Betty Lou Scott, Secretary/ Treasurer, and myself as President. Directors at large are Patrick Holland, Harold Oulton, Darren Moffitt, and Bill Scott. Trevor Welch remains on the Canadian Angus Board of Directors as Maritime director. At the annual meeting, Patrick Holland, Maritime Junior Rep for the Canadian Angus Association, spoke about Showdown 2016 coming to Truro, NS. We look forward to welcoming those from across Canada to the National Junior Angus show. Please contact the association if you are interested in farm tours while in the area. Truro, NS is centrally located for easy travel to Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The Association is also hoping to put together a bus to go to the Canadian Angus Convention June 9-12, 2016 in Quebec City. If any Maritime Angus breeders are interested in this, please contact myself or a director.

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Canadian Junior Angus Association by Chad Lorenz - President, CJAA

I anticipate that 2016 will be an exciting year for the CJAA, as I write this we are approaching GOAL conference and have most of the details wrapped up and organized for Ottawa on Family Day weekend. This will be the second year that GOAL is hosted in Ontario, and it already looks as if we will break another attendance record or at least be running neck and neck with last year’s numbers. The participation and uptake in this event in Ontario over that past two years has been tremendous and we still have an overwhelming contingent of juniors traveling from western

Canada as well. As a board we hope and expect that we have established a large number of juniors that will apply for travel bursaries and attend GOAL regardless where it is hosted as it makes its next move for the 2017 edition. Our February meetings will also give the board an opportunity to thoroughly discuss the details of Showdown which will be hosted in Truro, Nova Scotia this July 28-30. It is no secret that the Maritimes may not provide our largest show in record but none the less we pride ourselves as an organization in moving Showdown across the country to give members from each region an opportunity to compete in their national junior show. Besides that, we could not find a more beautiful place with more passionate members to host this year’s Showdown. I invite all junior members to take advantage of the many travel bursaries provided by the Canadian Angus Foundation, CJAA and all the provincial associations to attend Showdown.

It takes many efforts from many individuals to carry out the above events, so on behalf of the CJAA board I would like to thank our Ontario director Michaela Chalmers, for all of her efforts hosting GOAL in 2016 and Patrick Holland, our CJAA Maritimes director for his work preparing for Showdown 2016. Our sponsors and volunteers are also very much appreciated and as always with each and every event the juniors are involved with we could not get by without our extremely dedicated and organized advisor, Belinda Wagner. If you have a chance to thank any of the individuals above throughout the coming year please tell them that you appreciate their hard work. I hope to see everyone throughout the spring and summer, if there is anything that myself or any other directors can help with please do not hesitate to contact us.

Canadian Junior Angus Ambassador by Patrick Holland - Junior Ambassador

With calving season well underway and bull sale season in its early stages I hope this issue finds your family as well as your herd in good health, and please accept my best wishes for a prosperous year. Since my last report in the fall I have covered a lot of miles and seen cattle from almost every province, and I am proud to say that the quality of Angus cattle from Coast to Coast is top notch!

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In between going to class and studying for exams, I was fortunate enough to attend Expo Boeuf, the Royal and Agribition in the fall of 2015. At each event I was able to witness Angus cattle reign Supreme and dominate the show ring, showing that in addition to our commercial and crossbred success we are also raising some of the best purebred stock in the country. As I was watching the Angus division of the National Junior Beef Heifer Show in Toronto, and again as I was in the ring for the Red and Black Angus shows at Agribition I was in awe of the depth of those divisions and the sheer number of powerful, well-structured, attractive bulls and females being shown. My favourite moment of the entire show season hands down was being in the ring in Regina for the Senior Champion Female drive and being able to witness those 8 phenomenal cows doing an amazing job raising their calves - I was very proud to see the maternal power on display on both sides of the ring that day. It has been fairly quiet since the end of show season in the Maritimes as people have settled into calving,

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Canadian Angus Foundation Message Sylvia Jackson, Canadian Angus Foundation Chair

This past fall, with encouragement from some of our long time Angus breeders, the Canadian Angus Foundation has taken on the challenge to compile another Canadian Angus History Book. The last history book was launched in 1985 under the editorship of Mr. Lloyd Pickard and we are so pleased that Doug and Linda Henderson, Alberta will compile this next Angus history. The CAF are ever so grateful to Doug and Linda for taking on this endeavour. Early in 2016 Doug and Linda will send out guidelines from the CAA office asking you and your Angus family to send in your history for your farm. Although it might not feel like history today, it is, and we ask for your help in recording your part of this great breed. Spread the word to your Angus friends and by the end of 2016 hopefully we will be well on our way to compiling our ‘new’ Angus history. We do definitely want the "Pioneer Angus History and Photos" that perhaps have not been recorded as of yet, please include whatever you think is pertinent.

I thank you in advance for taking time to send in your part! The Canadian Angus Foundation is working to develop more complete archives and welcome members to donate any Angus memorabilia for preservation and display at Angus Central. If you have the chance, please take the time to stop by the office and view the many wonderful items there. We also have our Building A Strong Foundation initiatives on display, that members can choose to support. In 2015 the Foundation launched their ‘National Angus Cookbook’ and new Canadian Angus prints by Wendy Risdale, ‘Maternal Watch’ and ‘Time Out’. These items are available by contacting the CAF or CAA offices. We want to thank all of our very generous supporters for making the last few years very successful for the Foundation and with that support we were able to expand on awards, scholarships and bursary opportunities. Listed below is a brief description. For a more detailed explanation of the many programs that can assist you in furthering your Angus knowledge and your career go to www.juniors.cdnangus.ca. 1. Self Directed National and International Travel Bursary - one needs to apply at least 15 days prior to the event, must be 18 - 30 years old, and provide a budget for the event which would have educational purposes relating to the beef cattle industry. 2. Outstanding Young Angus Breeder Award requires a NOMINATION by a CAA member by April 15 - nominee between ages of 22 - 30 - award announced at Canadian Angus National Convention, receives $3500 award plus promotion and publicity of their Angus cattle operation.

3. Junior Angus Stockman of the Year Award requires a NOMINATION by a CAA member, by April 15 - nominee between ages of 16 - 21, winner receives $3500 bursary to be used for genetics, cattle supplies/equipment, training etc. - award presented at Showdown. Five finalists will also receive $250. 4. CAF Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador Competition - apply by April 30, applicant must be at least 18 years old. The Junior Ambassador acts as a role model for youth representing the CAA and will have the opportunity to attend at least one international event and several major agricultural events in Canada. Five finalists will be chosen, they will email an essay by May 20, speak at the Canadian Angus Convention in June and receive a finalist trophy buckle, a $1000 scholarship as well as up to $500 to off-set travel costs to Convention. The winner will be announced at the Convention banquet. 5. US Exchange trips to the Junior Red Angus Association of America’s Round-up in June and the National Junior Angus Association LEAD Conference in August are available through the CJAA. Deadline to apply is May 10. In return members of the JRAAA attend Showdown and members of the NJAA attend GOAL. 6. Dick Turner Memorial Award - a $1000 award presented to a Canadian Junior recognizing overall achievement in Angus commitment, community involvement/leadership activities. Apply by May 15, minimum of 18 years old, submit a resume as well as a 250 word essay on future career goals and plans. Awarded at the Canadian Angus Convention. 7. Showdown Travel Bursaries - four $750 bursaries for assistance to go to Showdown. Apply by June 1, applicant must be 15 years or older. If chosen, a complete report is to be submitted to the CAF within 30 days of Showdown. 8. Canadian Junior Angus Scholarships – three awards given in the amounts of $2000, $1500 and $1000 per year. Deadline to apply is June 15. Awarded by the CJAA at Showdown. 9. Goal Travel Bursaries - six CAF as well as four CJAA for a total of 10 bursaries in the amount of up to $750. Apply by January 1 for the GOAL Conference in February. Applicant must be 15 years of age or older, submit a resume and answer questions relating to attending GOAL. 10. Foundation Legacy Scholarship - must apply to CAF by January 10, minimum age 18. Five finalists will be chosen and must be present at "GOAL" conference for an interview and panel discussion. Three awards given in the amounts of $5000, $3000 and $2000 and $500 for runner-ups. Winners will be presented at GOAL conference. We also offer heifer vouchers, two at $3000 and two at $2000. These vouchers are drawn for at GOAL and Showdown from the participants at each event. Please spread the word and encourage Juniors to take advantage of these opportunities.

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Custom Service Program ▲ Custom Collection ▲ Private Storage

Tel: (403) 226 0666 e-mail: twhite@altagenetics.com Semen - Supplies - Nitrogen

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ALBERTA BREEDERS SERVICE Neil Hazel

Box 5, Site 4, R.R. #1, Olds, Alta T4H 1P3

Phone (403)507-8771 Fax (403)507-8772

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GLENN COPELAND CONSULTING & MARKETING

~ FIFTY YEARS OF ANGUS CATTLE PROGRESS ~

Phone: (705)445-4317 Cell: (705)607-4317 E-mail: copeland@georgian.net

P.O. Box 164 Nottawa, Ontario Canada L0M 1P0

Davis-Rairdan Embryo Transplants Ltd. Davis-Rairdan International P.O. Box 590 Crossfield, Alberta Canada T0M 0S0 Phone (403)946-4551 Fax (403)946-5093 Website davis-rairdan.com email embryos@davis-rairdan.com

SERVICES OFFERED

● On-farm freezing & collection

● Donor care facility

● Recipient herd

● Licensed facility for embryos exports

● Genetic Marketing & Selection

● International Embryo Sales

Steve Dorran Auctioneer

P.O. Box 10100, Stn Main, Airdrie, Alberta, T4A 0H4

760.972.7736

Don Raffan AUCTIONEER

RTHE ED ANGUS COW MAKERS

Bus (250)546-9420 / Cellular (250)558-6789 Comp. 19, Larkin Site, RR 3, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B0

Progressive Performance... Optimum Maternalism! CANADIAN RED ANGUS PROMOTION SOCIETY 780.678.9069 - www.redangus.ca - office@ www.redangus.ca R.R. #2, New Norway, AB T0B 3L0

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Ericson Livestock Services

(780) 352-7630 Dennis & Shelly Ericson

R.R.# 2, Wetaskiwin, Alberta T9A 1W9

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Sealin Creek Ranch Registered Angus

Dan & Janette Speller

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MARILYN BRAITWAITE Box 8265, Saskatoon, SK S7K 6C5 A.H.T. Ph (306)931-2904 ● Fax (306)242-1563 Certified Bovine E.T. Practitioner

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P.O. Box 99, Halkirk, Alberta T0C 1M0

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Jay & Lenore Davis Box 184, Acme, Alberta T0M 0A0 (403) 546-2299

Tel: (250)446-2269 Fax: (250)764-0537

22km Christian Valley Westbridge, British Columbia

Ph: (403)884-2181 Fax: (403)884-2381

Bar Double M Angus Mark & Rachel Merrill & Family Box 132, Hill Springs, Alberta T0K 1E0

(403) 626-3369

Mile 11 on #2 Highway South of Dawson Creek

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS P.O. Box 132, Steve Aylward (250)786-5031 Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4G3 Dale Aylward (250)786-5478 bzaylward@gmail.com

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BLIND CREEK ANGUS

Owners:

Flint & Flint (780)855-2181

Box 36 Mossleigh, Alberta T0L 1P0 Phone (403) 934-4083

Bryan & Sherry Mackenzie

New Norway, AB

Pioneer Red Angus Breeder

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Wayne and Peggy Robinson

Dwayne & Joanne Emery (780) 674-4410 REGISTERED ANGUS P.O. Box 31, Camp Creek, Alberta T0G 0L0

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“RANCH RAISED BALANCED PERFORMANCE CATTLE” Angus

Murray and Gloria Fraser 403-787-2341

P.O. Box 122, Pincher Creek, Alberta T0K 1W0 Phone: (403)627-5676 / Fax:(403)627-4653 / brylor@telusplanet.net

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Box 32, Hussar, Alberta TOJ 1SO

Horned Hereford

Cam and Kim Fraser 403-787-2165

Fleming Stock Farms

Box 1, Granum, Alberta T0L 1A0 Ph: 403/687-2288 Fax: 403/687-2088 flemingangus@xplornet.com

Duncan, Cecilie, Cooper & Ricki Fleming “Quality goes in before the name goes on”

FARMS

" Our Greatest Asset - Quality Angus"

Robert & Gail Hamilton

Box 11, Site 15, R.R.# 2, Cochrane, Alberta T4C 1A2 (403) 932-5980 ~ hamiltonfarms.ca

Visitors 12 miles west of Olds Always on Hwy #27, 1/2 mile south on Welcome Range Rd 3.04 email: diamondt@airenet.com

Diamond Willow Ranch Add Our Diamonds to Your Herd!

Count Ridge Stock Farm

Registered Black Angus

(403)948-3085

RR #1, Stn. Mn., Airdrie, AB T4B 2A3

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Ted & Marci McPeak

GEORGE BAXTER (403)641-2205 P.O. BOX 576, BASSANO, ALBERTA T0J 0B0

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KBJ Round Farms

P.O. Box 238, Clyde, Alberta T0G 0P0

Jim Round (780)348-5638

Barry Round (780)348-5794

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Richard & Joyce Lorenz

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LAKEFORD ANGUS

Dave & Jean Prichard 780-385-2226 Dan & Shelley Prichard Ph/Fax: 780-385-2298 lakeford@telusplanet.net Killam, Alberta Doug Noad 403-660-8371

“Visitor’s Welcome”

Ron & Laurie Hunter & family “Quality Registered & Commercial Stock”

RR 2 Didsbury, AB T0M 0W0

(403)335-9112

MINBURN ANGUS

Breeding 150 Functional Black Angus Females Since 1945

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Danny & Conna Warrilow Bill & Barbara Warrilow Ph/Fax: (780) 593-2205 (780) 593-2208 P.O. BOX 39, MINBURN, ALBERTA T0B 3B0

RIVERBEND FARM LTD. Bud, Barb & John McBride Box 51, Benalto, Alberta T0M 0H0 Phone: (403)746-2555 / Phone/Fax: (403)746-2630

LEEUWENBURGH ANGUS REGISTERED RED & BLACK ANGUS

Willard Leeuwenburgh Home: 403-381-3191 Cell: 403-382-1990 Fax: 403-381-9093

INDON LA NGUS F ARMS

Jack Leeuwenburgh Home: 403-327-9618 Cell: 403-330-6123 Fax: 403-327-9629

Box 25, Lethbridge, AB T1J 3Y3 leeuwenburghredangus@telusplanet.net

Lindsay & Donna Penosky & Family

P.O. Box 37, Botha, AB T0C 0N0 Phone: (403)742-4337 ● Fax: (403)742-4341

30th Annual Bull & Female Sale March 12/16

Roy & Cindy Bjorklund

- Breeders of Quality Performance Tested Angus -

P.O. Box 2044, Fairview, Alberta T0H 1L0 (780)835-3530

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Box 217, Erskine, AB T0C 1G0 Ph: (403) 742-4226 Fax (403) 742-2962

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Stauffer Ranches P.O. Box 174, Killam, Alberta (780)385-2216

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Box 688, Davidson, SK S0G 1A0

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Ken & Sharon Chitwood

Ph:(403)948-3094 Fax: (403)948-6329 R.R. #2, Airdrie, AB T4B 2A4

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Glen, Dale, Wayne & Terry Elliott

Ph/Fax: (403)832-3774 l Ph: (403)832-3112 P.O. Box 113 Seven Persons, AB T0K 1Z0

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Purebred Red Angus Bulls, Females & Commercial Cattle

P.O. Box 1453, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 7N4

16 km east of Walsh, Alberta

Tel: (306)662-2449 Fax: (306)662-2556

Cell: (403)502-4776 cattle.creek@xplornet.com

Wes & Kim Olynyk (306)876-4420 Irene Olynyk (306)876-4400 Annual Bull Sale First Saturday in April Box 192, Goodeve, SK S0A 1C0 Registered & Commercial Red Angus

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Jim & Betty Richardson (403)224-3286

Lassiter Brothers

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Spring Bull Sale ● Female (Private Treaty) ● Embryos Using A.I. program & Embryo transfer to raise well balanced cattle.

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Double AA Angus Bill Dillabaugh

P.O. Box 91, Coleville, SK S0L 0K0 (306) 965-2554

Annual Rancher’s Choice Spring Bull Sale

Ranches Inc.

Jon & Shelly Fox

P.O. Box 320 Lloydminster, SK S9V 0Y2 www.justamereranches.com

Kim Robertson

Box 159, Alsask, SK S0L 0A0 Res: 306/968-2637 / Cell: 306/463-8405

Phone: 306-825-9702 Fax: 306-825-9782 Res: 306-825-9624 Email: justamere@sasktel.net

5 miles east of Alsask and 2 miles north on Merid Grid

“Raising Quality Cattle To Work For You”

Keith, Linda & Stacey Kaufmann 306/454-2730

Jim & Peggy Grant P.O. Box 220, Edam, SK S0M 0V0 (306)397-2541

Shane, Alexis,

Keaton, Kamrie, Kohen Registered & Korbyn Kaufmann 306/454-2688 Red & Black Angus www.southviewranch.com P.O. Box 130, Ceylon, SK S0C 0T0 ● Fax: (306)454-2643 ● svr@sasktel.net

SPLENDORVIEW ANGUS FARM John Gottfried & Family

P.O. Box 183, Luseland, SK S0L 2A0

(306) 834-2844

Luseland - .5 mile W, 12 Miles S & .25 mile W. Kerrobert - 12 miles W, Hwy# 51, .5 mile N, .25 mile W

Flying K Ranch Registered Red Angus Since 1972

Brian & Christine Hanel Box 1902, Swift Current, SK S9H 4M6 (306)773-6313 email: chanel@t2.net

Donna Hanel

R.R. #1, Wymark, SK S0N 2Y0 Ph/Fax: (306)773-6984

10 miles south of Swift Current on Hwy #4 & 8 miles west

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Doreen 306/263-4407 306/263-4923 Fax Corbin, Lynette, Cole & Conner 306/263-4407 The Selody’s ~ Flintoft, SK S0H 1R0

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Ph: 306/739-2988 ~ Fax: 306/739-2137 ~ Cell: 306/577-7440 email: wraz@sasktel.net Red Angus Bulls & Females For Sale ~ Commercial Heifers Herdsman: Gordon Murray 306/739-2177 - cell: 306/646-7980

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R.R. #1, Neepawa, MB R0J 1H0 www.greenbushangus.com

Barrie & Bernice Baker (204)966-3822

Tim & Wendy Baker (204)966-3320

Barry & Marj Young & Family

Box 28, Carievale, SK S0C 0P0 (306) 928-4810 youngdaleangus@xplornet.com

Rideau Angus (613)258-2762 Farm R.R. #4, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0 D & C Cattle Co Doug & Carolyn Milne-Smith

Black & Red Angus

Bruce, Ione Austen & Breanna Anderson

BROOKMORE ANGUS

204.734.2073 - 204.734.0730 Comp 2 R.R.# 2, Swan River, MB R0L 1Z0 www.andersoncattle.ca - andersoncattle@inethome.ca

Quality Angus Cattle

Visitors Always Welcome

Jack & Barb Hart

General Delivery, Brookdale, Manitoba R0K 0G0 (204) 476-2607

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BILL & SYLVIA JACKSON

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Ad Index 4L Cattle Holdings .................. 93 66 Ranches ............................ 19 Airey Cattle Co ....................... 45 Anderson Cattle Co ................. 81 Arda Farms .............................. 41 Atlasta Angus ............................ 95 Bandura Ranches .................... 27 Bar 4A Cattle Co .................. IFC Bar EL Angus .......................... 47 Belvin Angus ...................... OBC Beiseker Red Angus ................. 61 Benchmark Angus ................. 14 Blades Angus ......................... 56 Blairs.Ag Cattle Co .................. 15 Blast Angus ............................. 32 Bohrson Marketing ................. 63 Border Butte ............................. 23 Bouchard Livestock International .... 80 Brimner Cattle Co .................... 6 Brookmore Angus ................... 45 Brown Creek Angus ............... 48

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Brox Stock Farm ..................... 62 Calgary Bull Sale .................... 68 Canadian Beef Industry Conference ..... 84 Castlerock Marketing .............. 73 Cattle Creek Ranching ........... 4, 39 Cattleman’s Connection ........ 45 Chapman Cattle Co ............ 103 Chico Ranches ........................ 57 Cinder Angus .......................... 31 Cooke Livestock .................... 26 C.R.A.P.S ................................. 82 Crescent Creek Angus ........... 52 Cudlobe Angus ......................... 1 Daines Cattle ......................... 108 Delorme Ranch ...................... 51 DJ Henderson ........................ 55 Double AA Angus ................. 53 Early Sunset Ranch ................ 49 Ebon Hill Angus ................... 107 El Dorado Angus ..................... 92 Everblack Angus ..................... 59

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Rodgers Red Angus ................ 65 RSL Red Angus ..................... 75 Saskalta Angus ......................... 53 Section 7 Ranch ...................... 46 Sheidaghan Anghus ................. 37 Shiloh Cattle Co ..................... 34 Spittalburn Farms .................... 75 Spruce View Ranch ................. 30 Symens Land & Cattle ............ 22 T Down Trailer Ltd ................. 83 Taylor’s Red Angus ................ 64 Triple J Farms ......................... 94 Valleymere Angus .................... 44 Wood Coulee Ranch ............. 24 Wilbar Cattle Co .................... 35 WRAZ Red Angus .................. 6 Wulf Cattle Co ........................ 91 Young Dale Angus ................... 79 Z Bar Angus ............................ 40


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Events Calendar March 1 Belvin Angus Bull Sale, Innisfail, AB March 2 - 3 Calgary Bull Sale, Balzac, AB March 3 Cutting Edge Bull Sale, Rimbey, AB March 4 Cattleman’s Connection Bull Sale, Brandon, MB March 5 RackRedAngus&MCGSimmentalBullSale, Stavely, AB March 6-7 Pride of the Prairies Bull Show & Sale, Lloydminster, SK March 7 Peake Ranching Bull Sale, Dorothy, AB March 8 Built Right Bull Sale, Provost, AB March 8 McTavish Charolias & Red Angus Bull Sale, Moosomin, SK March 9 PowerPak Bull Sale, Fort Macleod, AB March 9 Mar Mac Farms Bull Sale, Brandon, MB March 10 Bar EL Bull & Female Sale, Stettler, AB March 11 Arda Farms Bull Sale, Acme, AB March 12 LLB Spring Spectacular Bull & Female Sale, Erskine, AB March 12 Harvest Angus Bull Sale, Williams Lake, BC March 12 Wheeler Stock Farms Bull & Female Sale, Saskatoon, SK March 12 CD Land & Cattle Bull Sale, Taber, AB March 12 Brandl Cattle Co Bull Sale, Jarvie, AB March 14 KBJ Round Farms Bull Sale, Clyde, AB March 14 PalmerCharolias&NielsonLand&Cattle,Bladworth,SK March 14 Equinox Bull Sale, Weyburn, SK March 14 Remitall Farms Bull Sale, Olds, AB March 15 On Target Bull & Female Sale, Barrhead, AB March 15 LeeuwenburghAngusBullSale,Lethbridge,AB March 15 Reid Angus Bull Sale, Brooks, AB March 15 - 16 Medicine Hat Bull Show & Sale, Medicine Hat, AB

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March 16 Spruce View Angus Ranch Bull Sale, Killam, AB March 16 Wilbar Farms Tools of the Trade Bull Sale, Dundurn, SK March 16 Blades Angus Bull Sale, Stavely, AB March 16 Pugh Farms Spring Bull Sale, Edgerton, AB March 16 Reich AngusTwo Year Old Bull Sale, Ponoka, AB March 17 Border Butte-Allencroft Angus Bull Sale, Medicine Hat, AB March 17 Bowerman-Nessett Lake-Wish Bone Bull Sale, Meadow Lake, SK March 17 Ter-Ron Farms & Redrich Bull & Select Female Sale, Forestburg, AB March 17 JohnsonLivestockBull&FemaleSale,Peebles,SK March 18 Scott Stock Farm Bull Sale, Crossfield, AB March 18 Thistle Ridge Bull Sale, Taber, AB March 19 Bar 4A Bull Sale, Dawson Creek, BC March 19 Signature Series Bull Sale, Brooks, AB March 19 Select Genetics Bull Sale, Swift Current, SK March 21 F-RRanchPerformanceBullSale,Brooks,AB March 22 U-2 Ranch Bull Sale, Stavely, AB March 22 Ivanhoe Angus Bull Sale, Moose Jaw, SK March 24 Minburn Angus Bull Sale, Minburn, AB March 25 Cow-BoysAngusBull&FemaleSale,Virden,MB March 25 Lazy E Bar Ranching Bull Sale, Bashaw, AB March 25 Top Cut Bull Sale, Maple Creek, SK March 26 Shiolh Cattle Co Bull & Heifer Sale, Hand Hills Lake, AB March 26 Stockman’s Select Bull Sale, Moose Jaw, SK March 26 Northern Alliance Bull Sale, Vanderhoof, BC March 26 Lamb’s Quarters Angus &Taylor Red Angus Bull Sale, Swift Current, SK March 26 Mantei Farms Bull Sale, Alameda, SK Commercial Edition 2016 *

March 26 Impact Bull Sale, Saskatoon, SK March 28 Cockburn/Merit Bull Sale, Moose Jaw, SK March 28 Everblack Angus Bull Sale, Vermilion, AB March 28 Riverstone Cattle Co Bull Sale, Olds, AB March 29 Early Sunset Bull & Female Sale, Edam, SK March 29 Ring Creek Bull Sale, Fairview, AB March 30 HamiltonFarmsBull&FemaleSale,Cochrane,AB March 31 Bar 4A Bull Sale, Fort Macleod, AB March 31 Cattle Creek Ranching Bull Sale, Maple Creek, SK March 31 Sheidaghan Anghus Bull Sale, Maple Creek, SK March 31 Prairie Grass Red Angus Bull Sale, Airdrie, AB April 1 Northern Progress Bull Sale, Saskatoon, SK April 1 Wulf Cattle Bull & Female Sale, Morris, MN April 2 66RanchAnnualBullSale,FortMacleod,AB April 2 Lauron Red Angus & Guests Bull Sale, Didsbury, AB April 2 WRAZRedAngusOpenHouse,Wawota,SK April 2 Crescent Creek Angus Bull & Female Sale, Goodeve, SK April 3 Triple J Farms Bull Sale, Whitewood, SK April 4 Benchmark Makin’ the Grade Bull Sale, Warner, AB April 4 Eastondale Angus Bull Sale, Wawota, SK April 5 Lorenz Angus Bull Sale, Markerville, AB April 5 Blairs.Ag Bull Sale, Sedley, SK April 5 Rebel Creek Bull Sale, Brooks, AB April 5 Windy Willows Bull Sale, Hodgeville, SK April 6 Peak Dot Ranch Spring Bull Sale, Wood Mountain, SK April 6 Howe Red Angus Bull Sale, Moose Jaw, SK

April 6 Eldorado Red & Black Angus Bull Sale, Lethbridge, AB April 7 Rainbow Hills Black Angus Bull Sale, Delburne, AB April 7 T Bar K Ranch Bull Sale, Wawota, SK April 8 Johnston/FertileValley Bull Sale, Saskatoon, SK April 8 Section 7 Ranch Annual Bull Sale, Whitewood, SK April 8 Eldorado Red & Black Angus Bull Sale, Medicine Hat, AB April 9 North Point Angus Bull Sale, Dawson Creek, BC April 9 Blue Collar Bull Sale, Yorkton, SK April 9 Six Mile Ranch Bull Sale, Fir Mountain, SK April 12 Young Dale Bull Sale, Alameda, SK April 12 Rodgers Red Angus Bull Sale, Lethbridge, AB April 12 Lacombe Bull Sale, Lacombe, AB April 13 Rivercrest-ValleymereSpadyBullSale,Alliance,AB April 13 Brown Creek Angus Bull Sale, Fort MacLeod, AB April 13 Anderson Cattle Co Bull Sale, Swan River, MB April 14 Daines Cattle Bull Sale, Innisfail, AB April 14 South View Ranch Red & Black Angus Bull Sale, Ceylon, SK April 15 Fleury Cattle Co Bull Sale, Saskatoon, SK April 15 Your Choice Black Angus Bull & Heifer Sale, Maple Creek, SK April 16 WRAZ Red Angus & Brimner Cattle Co Bull & Female Sale, Whitewood, SK April 18 Rancher’s Choice Bull Sale, Medicine Hat, AB May 27 Brooks All Breeds Bull Sale, Brooks, AB August 9 -11 Canadian Beef Industry Conference, Calgary, AB December 3 Majestic Cattle Co Commercial Female Sale


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Angus World Magazine Volume 24, Issue 1  

Canadian National Angus Magazine