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Welcome 108 Flett Drive, Airdrie, Alberta T4B 1N2 Phone: 403/948-3520 Fax: 403/948-2917 Website: www.donsavageauctions.com Email: don@donsavageauctions.com

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elcome to the 2018 Canadian National Shorthorn Show & Sale being hosted by the Manitoba Shorthorn Association. We are all excited by the quality of offering that has been put together to showcase the Shorthorn breed. Every category is headlined by exciting up and coming standout Shorthorn genetics. This year we have on offer three very strong herdsire prospects , with the pedigree and performance to back them up. The bred females whether they are young cows or bred heifers, you have to be excited about the potential they have to offer as future brood cows. The calendar year heifer calves always garner a lot of attention and these young ladies will definitely fit your program, either as part of your show team or as future maternal power in the cow herd. You are invited to join us for both the show and sale. If, however, you are unable to attend , please contact any of the sales staff via their cell phone or online and we will be pleased to help. Yours truly, Don Savage

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the National Shorthorn Sale at Ag-Ex 2018 on behalf of the Manitoba Shorthorn Association. We are truly honored to be hosting the National Shorthorn Show at Ag-Ex this year. The show has been steadily growing each year in numbers and quality and we are looking forward to a very strong show this year. The facilities at Brandon are world class and everything from barns to food facilities and lodging are under one roof making this a top notch venue to hold a livestock show and sale. We are very pleased to have been able to join forces with Don Savage Auctions this year to hold the National Sale. Don is a very knowledgeable and experienced cattleman and Auctioneer – Sales Manager, not to mention an original Manitoba boy. If you are unable to attend the sale in person, Don or one of our capable sale representatives will be able to assist you in your purchases in a very professional and discrete manner. We feel we have on offer a very strong set of cattle for your appraisal from heifer calf prospects, bred heifers, a bred cow and bull calves. These genetics come from some of the top herds in Manitoba, western and eastern Canada. These cattle will offer you the traits the breed has become known for such as strong maternal, milk, docility and added performance not to forget that popular roan colour! Make plans to be with us on October 25, 2018 and be a part of this exciting time to be involved with a flourishing cattle sector with prices looking strong into the fall and a breed of cattle that is rapidly gaining the popularity of both commercial and purebred breeders across the nation. Sincerely: Ross Gray, Sale Chairman


At the Keystone Centre, Brandon, Manitoba

NATIONAL SALE • Thursday, October 25 • 3:00 P.M. CDT NATIONAL SHOW • Friday, October 26 • 9:30 A.M. CDT

Featuring Genetics From Some of Canada’s Leading Herds • Bull Calves • Heifer Calves • Bred Heifers • Bred Cow View the Sale & Bid Online

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday, October 22 & Tuesday, October 23 - Arrival of Cattle Thursday, October 25 - 3:00 PM CDT

Sale Staff Don Savage, Auctioneer Grant Alexander, Blockman Allan Crogie, Sales Rep Lyndon Hutchings, Ringman Kolton McIntosh, Ringman Ross Gray, Sale Chairman

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Special Representatives Russell Thompson, President, Manitoba Shorthorn Association Jeff Ross , Secretary- Treasurer, Manitoba Shorthorn Association Dale Asser, President, Canadian Shorthorn Association

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National Shorthorn Sale & catered supper at the Keystone Centre Salon B Friday October 26 - 9:30 AM CDT

National Shorthorn Show Saturday, October 27 - Supreme Challenge - Release of Cattle EPDs in this catalog as of September 10, 2018

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• Herdsire Prospects • LOT

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This young Bull has always been my favourite in the pasture. I am especially impressed with his quiet nature and the length of body and very easy action and movement . At the time of this picture he was just out of pasture and just weaned. This is what he has done with no creep, just mother and grass. As with all our cattle he is 100% Shorthorn, so can be used to upgrade any percentage animals you have. Like the bred female in the sale he is out of the same cow, which needless to say shows how consistent this pedigree is working in producing top animals. DON’T look the other way and miss this future herd sire. CHRISTOPHER & SARAH WALWIN HAMIOTA, MB POLLED ROAN BULL

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FOXWILLOW FLAGSHIP 1F

POLLED RWM BULL

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3OD FREIGHT TRAIN 14F

02/01/2018 | CSW 1F | X-[CAN]M480782 | BW: 85

14/03/2018 | MBT 14F | X-[CAN]*24589 | BW: 104

MANDALONG SUPER FLAG FOXWILLOW ZEBRA 18Z FOXWILLOW XMAS 13X

ALICE DOWNS SUPREME 27TH MANDALONG ROANY 20 FOXWILLOW UNITED KINGDOM 10U FOXWILLOW SPANGLE 5S

HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X BISS RAYDON 835A EUC JAKES LADY 479Y

DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 MCQUEEN-VUE’S HAPPY GO LUCKY JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L ECCA AUSTINS LADY

MANDALONG SUPER FLAG FOXWILLOW ASPIN 19A FOXWILLOW YVONNE 1Y

ALICE DOWNS SUPREME 27TH MANDALONG ROANY 20 FOXWILLOW ULTRASONIC 13U FOXWILLOW THEADORA 6T

DF WANTED 21Y DF MAGGIE 8C DF MAGGIE 13X

DF EVERYTHING 11T DF GODIVA 14T SASKVALLEY PRIMO 40P WAUKARU MAGGIE 024

EPDs: YG -0.30

CED +11 CW -6

BW +0.5 REA +0.01

WW +46 MB +0.06

YW +72 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +18 +41 +5 +26 | $CEZ $BMI $F 37.71 113.13 51.45

EPDs: YG -0.36

CED +10 CW -6

BW 0.0 REA +0.23

WW +46 MB -0.01

YW +68 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +21 +44 +5 +13 | $CEZ $BMI $F 36.49 120.63 50.35

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This calf was named Freight Train for his length! Freddy, for short, was born at 104 lbs. unassisted out of a second calver. His sire, BISS Raydon, put a lot of punch into his commercial calves and this bull calf will be no different. He has a smooth shoulder and is clean fronted. 3 OF DIAMONDS CATTLE COMPANY CARNDUFF, SK

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• Herdsire Prospect + Dam •

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This polled red roan bull is just like his parents, moderate frame, easy doing. The added, balanced muscle development is going to add pounds to his calves. His quiet disposition is another asset to any program. Maple Lake will take him home until April 1 and semen test him. MAPLE LAKE STOCK FARMS HARTNEY, MB

POLLED ROAN BULL

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MAPLE LAKE AL FIZZ 8288

HC Almanac 41A

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POLLED ROAN BRED

MLSF 5288C

08/01/2018 | MLSF 8288F | X-[CAN]*25160 | BW: 91

14/01/2015 | MLSF 5288C | X-[CAN]*22654 | BW: 88 | Adj. WW: 584

HC FL TOUCHDOWN 123T HC ALMANAC 41A HC TRANQUIL DAWN 112X

K-KIM LAST CALL 159N BAR P LOUISA 33F WOLF WILLOW MAJOR LEROY 1M DIAMOND TRANQUIL DAWN 49T

WHR SONNY 8114 SS FIZZ 745 NPS ROSES RIDER 151 ET

CF TRUMP X WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 SR RED RIDERS DRIVE KA’BA ROSE T90

SS FIZZ 745 MLSF 5288C FRASER’S DAISY SOPHIE 5S

WHR SONNY 8114 NPS ROSES RIDER 151 ET DIAMOND CAPTAIN MARK 27C FRASER’S KALEIGH’S MARCIE 5M

DIAMOND CAPTAIN MARK 27C FRASER’S DAISY SOPHIE 5S FRASER’S KALEIGH’S MARCIE 5M

BODMIN H M ALBERTA MARK 71A GAFA CAPTAIN’S ROSEBUD DOLLY DOUBLE STAR ACD KODY 7K FRASER’S APRIL’S KALEIGH 1K

EPDs: YG -0.38

CED +9 CW -13

BW +2.5 REA +0.12

WW +48 MB -0.07

YW +76 FT -0.10

MK TM CEM +19 +43 +6 | $CEZ $BMI 29.21 114.98

ST +12 $F 50.9

EPDs: YG -0.30

CED +5 CW -13

BW +3.7 REA -0.09

WW +49 MB -0.04

YW +76 FT -0.10

MK TM CEM ST +16 +41 0 +9 | $CEZ $BMI $F 15.46 96.36 51.05

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A.I. May30, 2018 to Hill Haven Fire Storm 28C X21983 MLSF 5288C, known as Lizzy when shown in 4 -H, was the 2015 Grand Champion at Ag Ex. She has continued to be outstanding, raising a stand out, quality Almanac bull calf. The balance of muscle and depth of body and good udder formation, and great disposition make her a herd builder not to be missed! Maple Lake will retain the right to one flush. MAPLE LAKE STOCK FARMS HARTNEY, MB

2015 Ag-Ex Grand Champion 3


• Bred Females • LOT

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P/E May 28, 2018 to Foxwillow England 1E M480245 This is a female out of our keep pen, we intended to keep her in the herd. She is thick and natural and comes from 100% breeding genetics for anyone who wants to keep true Shorthorn animals. She has done all this with no help from the bucket all grass and Manitoba air! She was run with Foxwillow England who we had at the show last year and decided to keep him as a herd bull. He has a packed pedigree with the Buster X Wolf Willow Raspberry Crocus sire, out of one of the very best Creekside Legacy heifers from a Muridale cow. What more could you ask for? CHRISTOPHER & SARAH WALWIN HAMIOTA, MB POLLED ROAN BRED

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FOXWILLOW DISCOVERY 48D

POLLED RWM BRED

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06/10/2016 | CSW 48D | X-[CAN]F694967 | BW: 89

KF JC MAXINE 1E 03/02/2017 | JRK 1E | X-[CAN]F695515 | BW: 100 | Adj. WW: 587 | Adj. YW: 1011

MANDALONG SUPER FLAG FOXWILLOW ZEBRA 18Z FOXWILLOW XMAS 13X

ALICE DOWNS SUPREME 27TH MANDALONG ROANY 20 FOXWILLOW UNITED KINGDOM 10U FOXWILLOW SPANGLE 5S

SASKVALLEY PIONEER 126P HC STARSEARCH 50Y RT JACKIE 101S

SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M SASKVALLEY VICTORIA 8J BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 MSF JACI 316

MANDALONG SUPER FLAG FOXWILLOW ASPIN 19A FOXWILLOW YVONNE 1Y

ALICE DOWNS SUPREME 27TH MANDALONG ROANY 20 FOXWILLOW ULTRASONIC 13U FOXWILLOW THEADORA 6T

HILL HAVEN SUMMIT 5X PECKOVER MAXINE 60Z GLENFORD MAXINE 60W

DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 HILL HAVEN SIERRA 7S GLENFORD CAPTAIN PETE 75P GLENFORD MAXINE 56S

EPDs: YG -0.30

CED +10 CW -6

BW +1.3 REA +0.01

WW +48 MB +0.06

YW +75 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +18 +42 +4 +26 | $CEZ $BMI $F 34.11 112.08 52.31

EPDs: YG -0.29

CED +7 CW -13

BW +3.9 REA -0.10

WW +63 MB -0.07

YW +91 FT -0.10

MK TM CEM ST +17 +48 +3 +12 | $CEZ $BMI $F 19.16 122.11 57.39

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A.I. May 29, 2018 to Saskvalley Yesterday 116Y M476051 P/E June 22 to August 4, 2018 to KF Imax 3D HC Starsearch 50Y truly follows in the foot steps of his sire, Pioneer 126P, in his ability to produce high quality daughters and Maxine 1E is one of the best to date. She is a very structurally correct female that perfectly balances femininity with performance, fleshing ability, and muscle shape. Deep, thick, and broody describe the 50Y sire group, and the Maxine cow family checks all the same boxes every time. 1E’s dam was the high selling heifer in the 2012 CWA sale and with 3 daughters already in the herd, including a full sister to 1E, we decided that we could dig deep and offer one of the best heifers that we’ve ever raised for the 2018 National Sale. KRISTJANSSON FARMS & JASON COOK - BROOKS, AB

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P/E May1 to June 30, 2018 to Hargrave 1701 Maxim 1E This heifer is from the very top of our herd. Reserve Champion as a heifer calf at last year’s Ag-Ex and looking great again this year. Her dam is a daughter of Jake’s Proud Jazz and won her class as a heifer calf at Agribition the year we bought her. She has never disappointed us and has a great bull calf again this year. 28E’s sire, Red Matrix, left some great calves, really deep and easy fleshing, before being sold to a good commercial herd. Excellent EPDs ! Her service sire is a son of Muridale Jaxson and out of a daughter of Birdtail Gus 15U. Due Feb 10, 2018, her calf will be in the keeper pen, too. HARGRAVE SHORTHORNS HARGRAVE, MB POLLED RED BRED

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HARGRAVE 1728 MISTRESS 28E

POLLED ROAN BRED

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BIRDTAIL SY DORIS 8E

04/03/2017 | GCT 28E | X-[CAN]*24266 | BW: 110

03/04/2017 | ARM 8E | X-[CAN]F696098 | BW: 95

HARGRAVE SAM 13X HARGRAVE 1545 RED MATRIX 45C CROOKED POST RED ROSE 10U

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 CROOKED POST SAM 2P WAUKARU GOLD MINE 2109 CROOKED POST RED ROSE 11P

SASKVALLEY TRANSPORT 399T ST YOWZER 82Y ST BETSY 81T

SASKVALLEY ROUGHNECK 154R SASKVALLEY JUDY 90N GOLDWIN BURWASH 4H JT BETSY 47L

JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L JSF MISTRESS OF JAZZ 32W JSF MISSIE 0214C

JAKE’S PROUD LEADER 243H JAKE’S JAZZY 250J GFS RED CLOUD 028 JSF MISSIE 9918

EIONMOR ULTRA 83U BIRDTAIL EU DORIS 8Z BIRDTAIL G DORIS 9U

EIONMOR ULTRA 2M EIONMOR RUBY 47M GLENFORD GUS 40N BROMELEE KH DORIS 9G

EPDs: YG -0.41

CED +6 CW -20

BW +3.5 REA +0.07

WW +61 MB -0.11

YW +90 FT -0.11

MK TM CEM ST +20 +50 +3 +13 | $CEZ $BMI $F 16.47 126.96 56.06

EPDs: YG -0.25

CED +11 CW -9

BW +1.4 REA -0.05

WW +51 MB +0.12

YW +76 FT -0.08

MK TM CEM ST +18 +43 +6 +14 | $CEZ $BMI $F 37.92 122.31 54.37

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P/E June 15 to Birdtail SV Ultra 133A M477629 Birdtail Doris 8E is a very feminine, moderate-framed heifer. She has stayed well-fleshed all summer, in less than perfect conditions. She is very docile and has tons of eye appeal. Her dam is very productive, good-footed and really wide-topped. All our cattle are raised on rugged range conditions so must be able to function well. 8E is pasture exposed to Birdtail Ultra 133A, who has consistently given us easy-calving, docility and heifers with great udders. Have a full sister from this year’s calf crop so have decided to let this one go. Both Birdtail females are 100% closed herdbook. BIRDTAIL SHORTHORNS ROSSBURN, MB

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• Bred Females • LOT

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A.I. CSF Evolution HC - due to calve February 25, 2019 An unbeatable pedigree. On the dam’s side is the great Shadybrook Verona 49G who has given us one of our most successful cow families. 37E’s dam is a moderate power house, who produced the 2016 CWA Grand Champion Bull, Hill Haven Powerball 33D by MeatPacker. Her dam is also maternal sister to the 2017 CWA National Grand Champion Female, Hill Haven Verona Girl 2E by CSF Evolution. With that great mating in mind, we bred Verona Valerie to Evolution also. Her brood cow heritage is complimented with EPDs that put her in the top 2% for WW and YW. Verona Valerie is destined to headline her own cow family for generations to come. As a buyer’s bonus, Valerie Verona sells with 3 straws of Kamilaroi MeatPacker semen for future breeding. THF, PHAF, DS . HILL HAVEN SHORTHORNS STAYNER, ON

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Hill Haven Powerball 33D POLLED RWM BRED

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HILL HAVEN VERONA VALERIE 37E

POLLED WHITE BRED

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UPHILL PRINCESS 18E

07/03/2017 | DLA 37E | X-[CAN]F695275 | BW: 95 | Adj. WW: 660 | Adj. YW: 913

12/03/2017 | TPA 18E | X-[CAN]*23675 | BW: 83

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J SASKVALLEY PRIMO 40P SASKVALLEY PATSY 250M

SASKVALLEY CLYDE 12E SASKVALLEY LILY 170F ALTA CEDAR SIGNATURE 80K SASKVALLEY PATSY 84D

SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SHANNON’S TODAYS HEADLINE 89C SHANNON’S COLOR ME RONA 89Z

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X EIONMOR ULTRA RONA 89X

JSF GAUGE 137W HILL HAVEN VERONA’S VELVET 18B HILL HAVEN MISS VERONA 32Y

SBR TSUNAMI 20T KL MINA STAR 1051 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 SHADYBROOK VERONA 1S

GLENFORD MAX 37K UPHILL PRINCESS 20U KENMAR PRINCESS 151G

GLENFORD CHIEF 22F GLENFORD PATSY 35G BODMIN H M AMERICAN 85A KENMAR PRINCESS 95B

EPDs: YG -0.26

CED +6 CW -15

BW +3.0 REA -0.06

WW +70 MB 0.00

YW +104 FT -0.07

MK TM CEM ST +21 +55 +4 +18 | $CEZ $BMI $F 15.56 130.00 61.29

EPDs: YG -0.28

CED +11 CW -16

BW +2.4 REA -0.14

WW +58 MB +0.02

YW +84 FT -0.09

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MK TM CEM +19 +48 +5 | $CEZ $BMI 36.22 129.20

ST +13 $F 56.5

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A.I. May 14,2018 to Crooked Post Stockman 4Z P/E May25 to August 7, 2018 to Uphill Headliner 16E. A long bodied, white heifer by Headline 89C who has left us a tremendous set of calves. The yearling heifers are proving to be very sound, feminine females with lots of length, depth and hip. The dam of 18E has always produced calves in the top end of our herd and has a sound udder with plenty of milk. Bred AI to Crooked Post Stockman 4Z on May 14 for a mid February calf. The Stockman progeny have proven very popular with added performance. 98.5%. UPHILL SHORTHORNS HAMIOTA, MB

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• Bred Females • LOT

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P/E June 15 to Birdtail Ideal 1D Offering a really nice roan heifer that descends from a tremendous long line of hard-working, functional, maternal females. Pictured on fall pasture, she has stayed in very nice condition. Bred to Birdtail Ideal 1D who had a 78 lb. birth weight and left us some very nicely shaped calves this spring. 58E is also a 78 lb. calf out of a first-calf heifer and will have a good udder, good feet and a nice disposition. She would be a great addition to your herd of brood cows. BIRDTAIL SHORTHORNS ROSSBURN, MB

POLLED ROAN BRED

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BIRDTAIL BETSY 58E 20/03/2017 | ARM 58E | X-[CAN]F696250 | BW: 78 SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J JT BETSY 10K MANITOBA SUNRISE JT FLORENCE 38U JT ULTRAWASH 30U EIONMOR AUGUSTA 102T EIONMOR ULTRA 83U BIRDTAIL HA BETSY 18W

BIRDTAIL SV ULTRA 133A BIRDTAIL CHARGE 138C BIRDTAIL SR FLORENCE 38A HATFIELD ULTRA 30Z BIRDTAIL BETSY 58C BIRDTAIL EU BETSY 58Z

EPDs: YG -0.33

CED +12 CW -12

BW -0.6 REA +0.03

WW +48 MB -0.03

YW +71 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +20 +44 +6 +16 | $CEZ $BMI $F 41.23 122.91 51.03

AG-EX 2018 National Shorthorn Sale Thursday, October 25 - 3:00 PM CDT

National Shorthorn Show Friday October 26 - 9:30 AM CDT EPDs in this catalog as of September 10, 2018

CANADIAN SHORTHORN EPDs Expected progeny differences (EPDs) are a very important tool used in genetic selection. EPDs are used to compare the differences in predicted performance of animals’ offspring for specific traits. Calculation of EPDs is driven by pedigree, progeny, and individual performance data. The American Shorthorn Association offers twelve different EPDs for specific traits. Additionally,  ASA provides three economic ($ Value) indexes, providing a single value for the selection of breeding stock that optimizes selection on a number of traits that define profit in a particular production scenario. Calving Ease Direct (CED): The most important EPD in sire selection for use on heifers. This value is expressed as a percent of unassisted births; the more positive a number is the more desirable. Birth Weight (BW): An indicator of birth weight and calving ease. Larger BW EPDs typically, but not always indicate more calving difficulty. Weaning Weight (WW): Weaning weight measures the differences in weight of calves at weaning, and is also reported in pounds. A higher WW EPD indicates an expected higher weaning weight. Yearling Weight (YW): Like other weight traits, YW measure the differences in weight of animals at yearling, and is also expressed in pounds. Higher YW EPDs indicate a higher expected yearling weight. Milk (MK): the expected differences in a bull’s daughters’ calves at weaning weight due to their milking ability. Milk is looking at how well daughters milk and how that translates to the weaning weights of their calves. A higher MK EPD indicates a higher weaning weight due to the bull’s daughters’ milking ability.

Total Maternal (TM): TM predicts the total difference in weight of a bull’s daughters’ calves at weaning. A portion of this difference in weight comes from the milking ability of the bull’s daughters (MK EPD), and a portion comes from the genes for growth passed from the bull to his daughters and then on to their calves. The TM EPD is calculated by taking ½ of a bull’s WW EPD + his MK EPD. Calving Ease Maternal (CEM): Reflects a bull’s ability to sire daughters who calve unassisted. The value is expressed as a percentage of unassisted births, with a more positive number being more desirable. Stayability (ST): The newest addition to the Shorthorn EPD lineup, Stayability is a measure of the percentage of a bull’s daughters that will still be in the herd at six years old. Like CED and CEM, Stayability is expressed as a percentage. A higher ST EPD indicates a higher percentage of daughters staying in the herd. Yield Grade (YG): YG measures the differences in carcass yield ability. In the United States, beef carcasses are measured for Yield Grade on a 1 (highest yielding) to 5 (lowest yielding) scale. The YG EPD is expressed in units of points on the USDA Yield Grade scoring system. Animals with a more negative YG EPD are expected to produce progeny with carcasses that have lower yield grade scores. Carcass Weight (CW): expressed in pounds as a predictor of the differences in hot carcass weight of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires. Ribeye Area (REA): REA measures the difference in ribeye area of a bull’s progeny. REA is measured in square inches. A higher REA EPD is indicative of expected larger ribeyes.

Marbling Score (MB): evaluation of intramuscular fat deposition in the ribeye as expressed in USDA numeric marbling scores. Higher values indicate genetics that are expected to marble and have a higher quality grade. Backfat (FT): Fat thickness measures the amount of back fat on a carcass. FT is reported in inches. A lower FT EPD indicates a bull whose progeny will have less fat on the carcass than a bull with a higher FT EPD. Calving Ease Direct ($CEZ): This index assumes a bull will only be mated to heifers, not cows. The potential profitability of the sire is measured by the incidence of live calves at birth. Moderate mature size is also emphasized in the index, but performance is not a priority. British Maternal Index ($BMI): This multi-trait selection index attempts to measure a bull’s potential profitability when complimenting the British cow base (Angus, Red Angus, Hereford, etc.). Shorthorn females can likewise be gauged at adding value to British or British-composite bulls of other breeds. A balance of growth and carcass traits is desired with a strong maternal component aimed at optimum reproductive efficiency and cow longevity. Feedlot ($F): $Feedlot places strong emphasis on growth and carcass traits. This multi-trait index assumes the sire will be mated to a mix of heifers and cows and attempts to measure profitability when progeny are sold on the fed market. On the female side, mature size should be monitored closely when selecting for $F.

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• Calendar Year Heifer Calves •

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A real sweet, feminine heifer. She is showy, and smooth fronted. She is backed by predictably good pedigrees, Sire - Saskvalley Yesterday and grandam - ACC Wine gum 14W is a top producer for Anwenders. We purchased her dam ACC 44D at Sun Country Bull Sale for $10,000 from Anwenders. MAPLE LAKE STOCK FARMS HARTNEY, MB

POLLED ROAN HEIFER CALF

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MAPLE LAKE YESTERDAY 8044

POLLED ROAN HEIFER CALF

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HILL HAVEN MAIDEN VANITY 10F

18/01/2018 | MLSF 8044F | X-[CAN]F696800 | BW: 103

19/01/2018 | DLA 10F | X-[CAN]*24727 | BW: 89

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W

SASKVALLEY SHADOW 320S SASKVALLEY VICTORIA 53T SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M UPHILL ROSE 18S

DF WACO 6W HILL HAVEN FIRE STORM 28C HILL HAVEN BREATHTAKER 35Y

WHR SONNY 8114 DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD SWAGGER 802 HILL HAVEN BREATHLESS 13U

JSF GAUGE 137W ACC CANDY’S DOUBLE MINT 44D ACC CANDY’S WINEGUM 14W

SBR TSUNAMI 20T KL MINA STAR 1051 STAR P MATRIX 4N CIRCLE M CANDY’S KIT KAT 9K

DF PURE GOLD 3N HILL HAVEN VICTORIAS VANITY 9U SHADYBROOK VICTORIA 19K

BYLAND GOLD SPEAR DF STARLET 1K SHADYBROOK ROYAL MARC 32H SHADYBROOK VICUNA 36C

EPDs: YG -0.23

CED +4 CW -10

BW +3.1 REA -0.07

WW +68 MB +0.12

YW +94 FT -0.07

MK TM CEM ST +20 +53 -3 +14 | $CEZ $BMI $F 7.81 119.42 61.11

EPDs: YG -0.33

CED +8 CW -14

BW +3.4 REA -0.07

WW +60 MB -0.08

YW +89 FT -0.10

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MK TM CEM ST +20 +50 +6 +12 | $CEZ $BMI $F 22.84 125.5 55.91

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The granddaughter of one of our original herd building females, Shadybrook Victoria 19K. The Victorias have been exceptional brood cows: outstanding maternal traits, easy calving, structurally excellent and virtually maintenance free. 10F has all of her dam’s and grandam’s maternal heritage and Fire Storm 28C who in 2017 was two times Grand Champion Bull at CWA and RAWF, All-Breeds Champion at RAWF Supreme and Top Ten Finalist at CWA RBC Supreme. Add to those genetics lots of show ring flash. She is big boned, has lots of hair and tons of style; all the makings of multiple ‘banner’ performances. After her show career, her progeny will benefit from excellent EPDs in the top 20% for WW and YW. The ultimate triple threat: exceptional maternal attributes, trait leader performance and show ring star quality. THF, PHAF, DSF.

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Hill Haven Fire Storm 28C

HILL HAVEN SHORTHORNS STAYNER, ON


• Calendar Year Heifer Calves • LOT

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A powerful heifer out of a very fertile and productive cow we purchased as a bred heifer from Bell M at the Alliance sale a few years ago. She always brings in one of our top calves every year. Coupled with the Headline bull ensures this heifer’s productivity into the future. Only because we have two other daughters in the herd do we consider offering this heifer. Purchase with confidence. 98.5%. UPHILL SHORTHORNS HAMIOTA, MB

POLLED WHITE HEIFER CALF

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UPHILL ATHENA 8F

POLLED WHITE HEIFER CALF

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3OD TRUE LOVE 1F

18/02/2018 | TPA 8F | X-[CAN]*24717 | BW: 95

18/02/2018 | MBT 1F | X-[CAN]*24590 | BW: 110

SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SHANNON’S TODAYS HEADLINE 89C SHANNON’S COLOR ME RONA 89Z

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X EIONMOR ULTRA RONA 89X

HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X BISS RAYDON 835A EUC JAKES LADY 479Y

DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 MCQUEEN-VUE’S HAPPY GO LUCKY JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L ECCA AUSTINS LADY

SASKVALLEY VISION 535U BELL M ATHENA 47Z BELL M ATHENA 85X

DIAMOND SIZZLING LEGEND 15S SASKVALLEY PATSY 36M ALTA CEDAR TRADEMARK 59T BELL M ATHENA 48T

DF WANTED 21Y DF TRUE LOVE 3B DF TRUE LOVE 3T

DF EVERYTHING 11T DF GODIVA 14T DF PURE GOLD 3N SHADYBROOK COLLETTE 1H

EPDs: YG -0.27

CED +11 CW -10

BW +1.9 REA -0.11

WW +55 MB +0.02

YW +80 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +19 +46 +5 +11 | $CEZ $BMI $F 36.7 125.75 55.01

EPDs: YG -0.36

CED +4 CW -5

BW +4.4 REA +0.23

WW +57 MB -0.01

YW +83 FT -0.09

LOT

MK TM CEM ST +19 +47 +2 +12 | $CEZ $BMI $F 13.04 116.72 55.07

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Snow White, as we call her, is a solid built, deep bodied female. She has a good foot and a strong top. Out of the True Love’s from Dixon Farms, she should grow to be a big, broody female like her dam and grandam. Her dam 3B stood as calf at side with 3T when the pair won CWA Grand Champion Shorthorn Female in 2014. 3 OF DIAMONDS CATTLE COMPANY CARNDUFF, SK

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• Calendar Year Heifer Calves • LOT

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Betsy 18F is a heifer that we hate to part with. She is a result of the mating between Birdtail EU Betsy 18X, a cow we have flushed multiple times and Saskvalley Copyright 20C, high seller at the 2017 Who’s Your Daddy Sale. Her dam 18X has been bred to many different sires and produced great offspring. 18F has it all: length, depth, a great hip, sweet disposition and an interesting pedigree. She has been raised strictly on milk and grass all summer on dry range conditions. Betsy 18F will develop into a tremendous cow. Don’t miss this chance to own a heifer with great show or brood potential and a proven pedigree to back it up! BIRDTAIL SHORTHORNS ROSSBURN, MB POLLED RED HEIFER CALF

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BIRDTAIL SVC BETSY 18F

POLLED ROAN HEIFER CALF

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JT FLORENCE 2F

28/02/2018 | ARM 18F | X-[CAN]F696865 | BW: 96

06/03/2018 | JHH 2F | X-[CAN]F697004 | BW: 70

SASKVALLEY ALAMO 8A SASKVALLEY COPYRIGHT 20C EIONMOR SMASH HIT 54A

JT TRANS X 28X SASKVALLEY ANNE 7Y EIONMOR IDEAL 9W DOWNSVIEW SMASH HIT 19R

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W

SASKVALLEY SHADOW 320S SASKVALLEY VICTORIA 53T SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M UPHILL ROSE 18S

EIONMOR ULTRA 83U BIRDTAIL EU BETSY 18X BIRDTAIL M L BETSY 18P

EIONMOR ULTRA 2M EIONMOR RUBY 47M FLYING C MONSIEUR LEPLOUFFE 1L JT BETSY 10K

JT TITAN 3T JT FLORENCE 6D JT FLORENCE 97X

POPLAR PARK MIST 4R JT FLORENCE 5N JT SHAKER 19S JT FLORENCE 67T

EPDs: YG -0.27

CED +12 CW -8

BW +0.8 REA -0.05

WW +59 MB 0.00

YW +90 FT -0.08

MK TM CEM ST +19 +49 +7 +15 | $CEZ $BMI $F 37.37 129.88 57.09

EPDs: YG -0.26

CED +17 CW -4

BW -1.4 REA -0.04

WW +54 MB +0.06

YW +75 FT -0.09

LOT

MK TM CEM ST +20 +47 +9 +18 | $CEZ $BMI $F 57.05 144.9 55.49

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Here is a heifer that checks all the boxes. Feminine, thick, correct and a beautiful roan.  She comes from our Florence family plus her mother is a daughter of JT Titan 3T.   Sired by the popular Saskvalley Yesterday.  Florence 2F has been a favourite of ours and visitors this summer.   POPLAR PARK FARM HAMIOTA, MB

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• Calendar Year Heifer Calves •

LOT

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This young female is well balanced and has the feminine look. She has a strong topline and will surely develop into an attractive heifer. LITTLE VALLEY LIVESTOCK MINNEDOSA, MB

POLLED RED HEIFER CALF

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LITTLE VALLEY MELBA NIAM

POLLED RWM HEIFER CALF

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LITTLE VALLEY PRINCESS

06/03/2018 | WJY 810F | X-[CAN]*25332

06/03/2018 | WJY 812F | X-[CAN]*25331

SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SHANNON’S TODAYS HEADLINE 89C SHANNON’S COLOR ME RONA 89Z

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X EIONMOR ULTRA RONA 89X

SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SHANNON’S TODAYS HEADLINE 89C SHANNON’S COLOR ME RONA 89Z

SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X EIONMOR ULTRA RONA 89X

HARGRAVE SAM 13X HARGRAVE 1503 MELBA NIAM 3C HARGRAVE GUS MELBA NIAM 20X

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 CROOKED POST SAM 2P BIRDTAIL G GUS 15U HC MELBA NIAM 11N

SASKVALLEY IMAGINE 65X UPHILL PRINCESS 14B UPHILL PRINCESS 20U

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R SASKVALLEY DAISY 186R GLENFORD MAX 37K KENMAR PRINCESS 151G

EPDs: YG -0.28

CED +8 CW -9

BW +2.9 REA -0.04

WW +62 MB +0.01

YW +89 FT -0.09

MK TM CEM ST +18 +66 +3 +11 | $CEZ $BMI $F 25.53 125.11 57.84

EPDs: YG -0.28

CED +8 CW -12

BW +3.9 REA -0.10

WW +62 MB +0.01

YW +90 FT -0.09

LOT

MK TM CEM ST +17 +48 +4 +14 | $CEZ $BMI $F 24.13 124.58 57.73

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This Headline daughter is a balanced, thick female with lots of body and length. Give her a second look. LITTLE VALLEY LIVESTOCK MINNEDOSA, MB

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• Calendar Year Heifer Calves •

LOT

20

Sofia is a sweet little lady, and is very feminine by design. She may seem delicate, but she will develop into a stunning female. She has a good top, and strong feet and legs. Dam and grandam have beautiful, function udders. Out of the second calf crop of PVF Gravity, she has a wonderful temperament. 3 OF DIAMONDS CATTLE COMPANY CARNDUFF, SK

POLLED ROAN HEIFER CALF

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3OD ISABELLE 28F

POLLED RED HEIFER CALF

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DIAMOND CREEK MADI 19F

08/04/2018 | MBT 28F | X-[CAN]*24591 | BW: 98

08/04/2018 | DCC 19F | X-[CAN]F696673 | BW: 96

JSF MCCOY 39Z PVF GRAVITY 16C JSF ROSEWOOD 119W

JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L WR SHADOW MO 644 SBR TSUNAMI 20T KL ROSEWOOD 594

SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M MURIDALE BONANZA 34B MURIDALE SINDY 1Y

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J SASKVALLEY BRENDA 218K SASKVALLEY TORNADO 252T GAR-LIND EQUITY’S SINDY 31N

DF WANTED 21Y DF ISOBEL 4B DF ISOBEL 8U

DF EVERYTHING 11T DF GODIVA 14T ARSULU 38 SPECIAL EDITION DF ISOBEL 6R

ACC YANKEE DOODLE 26Y ACC MADI 55B MCBETH MADI 34W

HC FL TOUCHDOWN 123T ACC PRINCESS WYNONNA 1W MURIDALE BUSTER 2ND 76P MURIDALE MADI 35T

EPDs: YG -0.38

CED +10 CW -18

BW +1.9 REA +0.02

WW +54 MB -0.09

YW +80 FT -0.10

MK TM CEM ST +23 +49 +7 +15 | $CEZ $BMI $F 32.4 131.13 53.24

EPDs: YG -0.28

CED +12 CW -12

BW -0.2 REA -0.05

WW +50 MB -0.02

YW +74 FT -0.08

LOT

MK TM CEM ST +23 +48 +8 +15 | $CEZ $BMI $F 38.9 128.68 52.02

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Diamond Creek Madi is a very feminine, extended female that is complete as they come. Her dam is a moderate frame, has a great udder, as well as a great foot. This heifer has an amazing future ahead of her. DIAMOND CREEK CATTLE CO. WEYBURN, SK

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• National Sale Consignors • BIRDTAIL SHORTHORNS – RAY & SUSAN ARMBRUSTER Box 597 – Rossburn, MB R0J 1V0 Phone: 204.859.2088 Email: shorthornsue@gmail .com DIAMOND CREEK CATTLE CO – RYLAN KNUPP Box 787 – Weyburn, SK S4H 2L1 Phone: 306.861.9510 Email: rylanknupp@gmail.com FOXWILLOW SHORTHORNS – CHRISTOPHER & SARAH WALWIN Box 69 – Hamiota, MB R0M 0T0 Phone: 204.562.3633 Email: cswalwin@gmail.com HARGRAVE SHORTHORNS – GREG & CATHY TOUGH General Delivery – Hargrave, MB R0M 0W0 Phone: 204.748.3136 Email: gwtough@rfnow.com HILL HAVEN SHORTHORNS – DALE ASSER & BOB MELDRUM Box 422 – Stayner, ON L0M 1S0 Phone: Dale 705.444.9403 Matt 519.378.5508 Email: hillhavenshorthorns1@gmail.com KRISTJANSSON FARMS & JASON COOK 60 Upland Place – Brooks, AB T1R 1M8 Phone: 403.793.0909 Email: jrkristjansson@live.ca LITTLE VALLEY LIVESTOCK – WYATT INGLIS RR # 2 – Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Phone: 204.763.4063 Email: ainglis@live.ca MAPLE LAKE STOCK FARMS – GERRY & LINDA BERTHOLET Box 307 – Hartney, MB R0M 0X0 Phone: 204.858.2086 204.741.0340 Email: glbertholet@hotmail.com POPLAR PARK FARM – JOHN & SUSAN THOMPSON Box 424 – Hamiota, MB R0M 0T0 Phone: 204.764.2382 Cell: 204.365.0166 Email: poplpark@goinet.ca 3 OF DIAMONDS CATTLE COMPANY – MEGAN TURTON Box 781 – Carnduff, SK S0C 0S0 Phone; 306.482.6622 Email: 3ofdiamonds@hotmail.com UPHILL SHORTHORNS – ROSS GRAY Box 454 – Hamiota, MB R0M 0T0 Phone; 204.764.2663 Cell: 204.365.7155 Email: rgray4@mymts.net

• General Information • TERMS OF SALE: Are cash or cheques at par, payable to the clerks of the Sale on sale day. U S funds will be accepted at the current rate of exchange. No release will be given until satisfactory settlement has been made. Full payment shall constitute a final sale and then registration papers will be transferred. HEALTH: All Sale cattle meet the Canadian Health standards. Foreign buyers are responsible for knowing the current Health standards of their country. GUARANTEE: All Sale cattle are guaranteed under the terms and conditions of Sale as recommended by the Canadian Shorthorn Association. PHONE BIDS: If you are unable to attend the Sale, but wish to make a purchase, please feel free to contact any of the sale staff, livestock representatives or Don Savage Auctions and your order will be handled in a professional manner. INSURANCE: Ownership commences to the purchaser as soon as the animal is sold. Insurance agents will be present sale day to look after your insurance requirements. Although every precaution will be taken to protect the safety and comfort of the buyers neither Don Savage Auctions nor the consignors assume any responsibility in these matters and disclaims any liability, legal or otherwise, in the event of an accident or loss of property.

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Ag-Ex 2018 National Shorthorn Sale  

National Show & Sale - Oct. 25 - Brandon, MB

Ag-Ex 2018 National Shorthorn Sale  

National Show & Sale - Oct. 25 - Brandon, MB