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American Angus Association® to Host Annual Meeting Yearly event brings together Angus members from across the nation.

American Angus Association members and Angus enthusiasts will gather in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10-13 for the 129th Annual Convention of Delegates and related Angus activities in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). “Louisville is the central meeting point of our membership each year,” says Shelia Stannard, director of activities and events. “It’s the perfect opportunity to learn about the latest happenings at the Association, see high-quality Angus genetics, and visit with friends, both new and old.” Events include the Annual Meeting, educational sessions, top-notch speakers, social events and a 2012 Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show. Special events hosted by the American Angus Auxiliary and the Angus Foundation are also on the agenda. In the Showring All shows begin at 8 a.m. in the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center (KFEC) Freedom Hall. The junior heifer show takes place Sunday, Nov. 11. Randy Perry of Fresno, Calif., will judge the show. The ROV bulls show Monday, Nov. 12; and all ROV females, including cow-calf pairs, show Tuesday, Nov. 13. Brian McCulloh, Viroqua, Wis., will judge the ROV show, which is also the 2013 National Angus Show. Entries are due by Oct. 1 and can be submitted on the website at www. livestockexpo.org. Visa® and MasterCard® are accepted. For more information, call 502-595-3166. The Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12 in the KFEC South Wing C. Elected delegates from across the United States and Canada will meet to conduct the business of the Association, including the election of officers and five new directors. The meeting allows all members to listen to fiscal year reports of the Association and its entities — the Angus Foundation, Certified Angus Beef (CAB) LLC, Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI), and Angus Productions Inc. (API). Following the meeting is the annual Angus Awards Banquet at 7 p.m. in the Crowne Plaza, which features Certified Angus Beef ®. Honorary Angus Foundation inductees and the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) Outstanding Leadership Award are recognized during the dinner. Century Award recipients are also honored for herds involved in the Angus business for 100 years or more. Visit the registration desk at the Crowne Plaza to purchase tickets to the event. A detailed schedule follows. 2012 North American/ Annual Meeting Schedule - Rooms are TENTATIVE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10

8 - 10 a.m. Angus Cattle Check in - KFEC 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Angus Registration Desk Open - Crowne Plaza - Carroll Room 1 - 6 p.m. Holiday Room Open - Crowne Plaza - Elliott 3 p.m. American Angus Auxiliary Annual Meeting Crowne Plaza -Crowne B 6 p.m. Angus Foundation Donor Recognition Event - Crowne Plaza - Crowne A

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7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Angus Registration Desk Open - Crowne Plaza - Carroll Room 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Holiday Room Open - Crowne Plaza - Elliott 8 a.m. Junior Heifer Show - KFEC Freedom Hall (Breed order to be announced) 8 a.m. American Angus Auxiliary Breakfast - KFEC Room TBA 1:30 p.m. Board Candidates Forum - KFEC South Wing C - Room 202, 203, 204 3:30 p.m. AAA Login Workshop - Crowne Plaza - TBA 4:30 - 6 p.m. AIMS Workshop - Crowne Plaza - Perry 4:30 - 6 p.m. Miss American Angus Contestant Speeches open to public - Crowne Plaza – Coronet A 5 - 6 p.m. Past Directors’ Reception - Crowne Plaza – Taylor/ Whitley 5 - 6 p.m. BLI Alumni Reception - Crowne Plaza – Madison 6 - 8 p.m. Angus Reception - Crowne Plaza – Crowne B/C 6 p.m. Saddle & Sirloin Induction – Dr. Gary Minish Ticketed Event - KFEC South Wing C – Room 205 8 p.m. Junior Board Meeting - Crowne Plaza – Perry

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Angus Registration Desk Open - Crowne Plaza – Carroll Room Holiday Room Open - Crowne Plaza – Elliott Judge Open Angus Bulls - KFEC Freedom Hall Angus Education Forum - KFEC South Wing C, Rooms 201-204 129th Annual Meeting of Delegates KFEC South Wing C, Rooms 201-204 Social - Crowne Plaza – Crowne Hall Angus Awards Banquet - Featuring Certified Angus Beef® Crowne Plaza – Crowne Ballroom

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 8 a.m.

Judge Open Angus Females & Cow-Calf Pairs - KFEC Freedom Hall

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Cattle for Christ

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Making the Grade at NJAS

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Satree Named Junior Herdsman

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Stepping Up for the Future of Angus

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Hymels Named Advisors of the Year

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Visionaries for the Angus Breed

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Ernest Bingman Planned Events

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Coming Events

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Index to Advertisers

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National Junior Angus Show

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Pennsylvania Angus Breeders’

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Making the Grade at NJAS

The carcass contest helps Angus juniors see a bigger picture of the beef industry Hundreds of quality Angus cattle went through the showring during the 2012 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) in Louisville, Ky. But the steers entered into the carcass contest never made a trip across the shavings. Instead, the animals were judged after processing, giving juniors a chance to analyze carcass data and learn about the end product of the industry—beef. “It’s a great contest, because it allows us to showcase our knowledge of the entire beef industry process, from live animal to the product,” says Tyler Ottensmeier, McLouth, Kan. After arriving at the NJAS, exhibitors weighed their steers and sent them to an area processing plant. The animals were ranked according to carcass merit, and the top steers were announced as part of the NJAS award ceremony July 20. This year, Laramie Chaffin, Roodhouse, Ill., won Champion Carcass Steer. Her steer had a 3.3 yield grade, and a low-prime quality grade. Caroline Cowles, Rockfield, Ky., had the Reserve Champion Carcass Steer. In the Bred-and-Owned Carcass Steer

division, Cortney Bromenshenk, Billings, Mont., had the Champion; and Hannah Wright, Spring City, Tenn., had the Reserve Champion. Blaine Clowser, Milford, Neb., values the lessons the contest taught his daughters: “Through this contest, my girls learn how we provide safe, wholesome beef to consumers. It shows how well we are breeding, feeding and handling our animals with objective data.” In the State Group division, the team from Missouri won overall. Team members were Austin and Chase Thummel, Sheridan, Mo. In second was the Kansas 1 team, and members were: Luke Sankey, Andale, Kan.; Tyler Ottensmeier, McLouth, Kan.; and Hannah McCabe, Elk City, Kan. Additional NJAS contest placings, awards and scholarships can be found on www.angus.org. Coverage is also available on the NJAA Facebook page, including videos, show results and photos. Backdrop and candid photos are available for purchase online.

Bush hogging during a severe drought?

It was miserably hot and extremely dry, but all I could do was just keep easing along in 2nd gear trying to bush hog through the now head high iron weed and waist high pig weed. All I could think about (except where the next hidden bull hole or wasp nest might be) was how quickly the pasture had changed and what a waste it was to be cutting weeds where perfectly good grass had been growing and could or should have been growing again. This same time last year, we had some beautiful and fleshy bred heifers and a group of fine yearling bulls on these same pastures and the grass was fine. In just eleven months since we sold most of our cattle and had moved off this particular farm, the weeds had taken over and had suppressed or completely overtaken these once beautiful pastures. Having to bush hog what could have been perfectly good pasture just seemed like such a waste, especially in a year when rainfall and quality grazing have been so rare. When we dispersed our registered herd of cattle in September of 2011 to raise money for our mission work around the world, we did not have enough cattle left in our herd to justify utilizing the pastures on this particular farm which is off the main road and three miles from our main farm, so we just neglected it. We did not intend for it to grow up in weeds and we certainly did not sow any weed seed there, we just neglected it—not intentionally doing anything to hurt it, but also not doing anything to help it—we just ignored it. When my son and daughter-in-law who own the farm called and asked if we could do something about the eyesore around their home, we could not believe how the weeds had taken over, especially during such a severe drought, especially during such a short period of time. Through the years, I have learned that neglecting or just ignoring other aspects of our lives almost always has similar consequences. I can think of so many good friends and beloved family members who I still love and have many fond memories of, but I cannot tell you where they are or what is going on in their lives. Somehow, for some reason, whether it be busyness, geographical distance or something else, I look back and see that I have indeed neglected my relationships with them and we are not as close as we once were. I did not and would not intentionally ignore them or neglect my relationships with them. I would love to see them again and be able to restore and catch up on what I have missed in their lives. But, unless I go back and intentionally restore those relationships, they will remain just memories. What could be valued, healthy, meaningful, and potentially life changing relationships will continue to be choked out by other things. I look back at my own physical health and see the same scenario. If I had any idea that I would have lived so long, I would have taken better care of myself! I would have exercised more, eaten more nutritionally healthy foods, drank fewer soft drinks, and rested more. Well, I am still alive and I still have a chance to affect my physical health. If I want to be healthy in the future, I can either make more healthy choices from this point on or I can continue to ignore or neglect my health and continue to suffer for it. The same truths apply to our spiritual health. Looking back, I wish I had spent more of my time praying, studying God’s Word and just being still in His presence, learning to better hear His voice and nurturing my relationship with

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my Lord Jesus. I am thankful for all the opportunities the Lord has given me to serve Him in ministry around the world, but I know that He could have used me much more effectively and the work would have been much easier on me, if I had spent more intimate time with Him, growing our relationship and seeking His guidance and wisdom. There is so much more that He wanted to do and would have done if I had just taken the time to seek His will and ask Him to accomplish His will in and through my life! He has said, “I tell you the truth, my Father will give you whatever you ask in my name. Until now you have not asked for anything in my name. Ask and you will receive, and your joy will be complete.” (John 16:23-24). The Bible also makes it clear that we do not have to reject Jesus or the salvation that comes through what He has done for us through His birth, the giving of His life, and His resurrection from the dead, in order for us to be lost and in danger of eternal judgment -- we only have to ignore or neglect Him! In the Gospel of John, Jesus said: “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him. Whoever believes in Him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already!” We are already lost and hell bound — we do not have to do anything intentionally to ‘get lost’ or go to hell, but we do have to personally accept what Jesus has done for us to inherit salvation and eternal life in Heaven. Hebrews 2 makes the same point: “How shall we escape if we ‘ignore’ such a great salvation”? God still loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life. No matter your age or whatever good or evil you have done in this life, you have at least one more opportunity right now to start over, to be born again, to be forgiven and to make everything right between you and God. You can by faith and repentance at this moment accept the forgiveness and eternal life Jesus purchased for you. To ignore or neglect this wonderful gift would be more than a terrible waste!

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Satree Named Junior Herdsman

Texas Junior received the honor during the 2012 National Junior Angus Show.

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A huge amount of effort went into the cattle at the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), even before they entered the showring. Katy Satree, Montague, Texas, knows this well. She was recognized as the Junior Herdsman of the Year at the 2012 NJAS in Louisville, Ky., for her commitment to the Angus breed and the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA). “It is an honor to be chosen by my fellow juniors,” says Satree, who this year competed in her 12th NJAS. “Their recognition is truly humbling.” The Junior Herdsman of the Year award recognizes NJAA members who show dedication to their animals, a strong work ethic, ability to work with customers and other junior members, and skills to prepare their cattle for show. Every junior exhibiting cattle at the NJAS is eligible to vote for the award winner. Throughout the week, they watch their peers and determine who they believe exemplifies qualities of the best junior herdsman. Satree’s years of showing Angus cattle have been successful; she has had many grand champions and been recognized for the high-quality cattle she exhibits. But the Junior Herdsman award is a special honor that Satree says she is very proud of. She received a silver belt buckle, donated by the American Angus Association®, at the NJAS closing ceremonies on July 20. She will be attending Texas Tech University in the fall, majoring in animal science.

Stepping Up for the Future of Angus

A California couple honored for commitment to Angus youth as 2012 Honorary Angus Foundation inductees. Jim and Sue Coleman of Vintage Angus Ranch, Modesto, Calif., are dedicated to seeing the Angus breed grow. This dedication can be seen through their generous support of Angus youth and the Angus Foundation. The National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) honored the couple’s commitment by inducting them into the Honorary Angus Foundation. The Colemans were recognized July 20 at the 2012 National Junior Angus Show in Louisville, Ky. Each year, the NJAA selects inductees based on the dedication to Angus youth and support of the junior program. “Jim and Sue have provided extensive support for juniors through the Vision of Value: Campaign for Angus,” says NJAA Foundation Director, Lindsey Grimes of Hillsboro, Ohio. “By stepping up and taking an active role in the Foundation, they are providing a bright future for Angus youth.” In 2006, the Colemans hosted “Magic of the Vine” an event to support the Angus Foundation’s Vision of Value: Campaign for Angus. This event raised more than $197,000 for youth, education and research. In addition to being event hosts, the Colemans have shown dedication to the breed by attending numerous other fundraising occasions throughout the years. And, the couple donates more than just funds. Jim served as a co-chair of the Leadership Cabinet for the Vision of Value: Campaign for Angus. In this role, he gave of his time in reviewing donor prospects, suggesting new donors and overseeing the use of Foundation dollars. “This level of commitment to Angus is inspiring,” Grimes says. “It sets an example for juniors to give back in the future.”

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Hymels Named Advisors of the Year

Visionaries for the Angus Breed

At the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) it is impossible to miss the distinct smells of Cajun cooking coming from the Louisiana Junior Angus Association stalls. These smells are the result of Patti Hymel’s culinary skills, but she and her husband, Eddie, provide much more than just good food to Angus youth. For nine years, the couple has enthusiastically served as advisors for the Louisiana Junior Angus Association (LJAA). To honor their commitment, the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) recognized the Hymels with the Advisors of the Year award at the 2012 NJAS in Louisville, Ky. “I have been a junior for 10 years and have seen the Hymels’ zeal to make the LJAA and Louisiana Angus Association (LAA) better,” says Daniel McFarland, LJAA member. “They have inspired me to continue in the Angus Association.” Even before they served as advisors, the Hymels oversaw the development and distribution of the Louisiana Angus Newsletter, a project that has brought the LJAA and LAA closer together. The couple also coordinates advertising sales for the state directory, and plans for the junior banquet and show. Maybe the Hymels truest test of Angus commitment was hosting the 2011 Eastern Regional Junior Angus Show. The couple volunteered countless hours preparing for the event. They coordinated committees, oversaw fundraising and encouraged Louisiana juniors to get involved. Patti also took the time to write a grant that contributed $10,000 toward the show. Their hard work paid off with a successful show, and the couple continues to support juniors in and out of the showring. “The Hymels encourage the LJAA members to do more than just show cattle. They push the members to be involved in the cooking contests, photography, and writing projects,” says Gail Jones, LJAA parent. “The track record for LJAA in the cooking contests in this state is impressive.” Above all, the couple wants Louisiana juniors, their children included, to build relationships with each other and grow in their leadership abilities. Whether it is organizing a cook-off team or driving LJAA members to the Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) conference, the couple is wholeheartedly working for juniors. “Patti and Eddie see the best in every situation,” Jones says. “They have a passion for Angus cattle, the Angus industry and Angus people. They set the bar high for character and set a positive example.”

Howard and JoAnne Hillman of Sioux Falls, S.D., are true leaders in the Angus breed and exemplify the commitment of Angus producers nationwide. Because of these qualities and all they have accomplished for the Angus Foundation, the Hillmans were honored by the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) as 2012 Honorary Angus Foundation inductees. The couple was recognized July 20 at the National Junior Angus Show in Louisville, Ky. The Hillman family has a rich history in the breed that dates back 100 years. The family’s operation, Bon-View Farms, dispersed in 1999, but Howard and JoAnne continue to be involved in the Angus community. From 2005 to 2011, Howard served as chairperson of the Leadership Cabinet for the Vision of Value: Campaign for Angus. “Howard and JoAnne have a deep loyalty and love for the people in the Angus breed,” says Milford Jenkins, Angus Foundation president. “Those qualities were evident as they were very active in the campaign and are passionate about seeing the breed succeed.” In addition to Howard’s leadership role, the couple pledged their financial support early in the campaign. Their generous contribution, along with the donations of many other Angus breeders, has created new opportunities for the Angus Foundation to continue its mission of supporting youth, education and research. Even though the Vision of Value campaign has ended, the Hillmans’ impact continues. Through the example they have set, other breeders have stepped forward and also provided for the future of the breed. “I can’t think of any youth organization that does more for the development of a young person in so many ways than the NJAA,” Howard says. “Juniors are the future leaders, so giving back allows these young people to be a part of the industry that feeds the world.”

Louisiana Junior Angus Association volunteers honored as 2012 Advisors of the Year.

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A South Dakota couple honored for commitment to Angus youth as 2012 Honorary Angus Foundation inductees.


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National Junior Angus Show

Grand champion bred-and-owned female was awarded to W B PVF Lucy 1052 at the 2012 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 15-21 in Louisville, Ky. Cameron Ward, Plattsburg, Mo., owns the February 2011 daughter of PVF Windfall SCC 9005. She first won early junior champion.

Grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair was awarded to Boyd Abigale 0001. Blake Boyd, Mays Lick, Ky., owns the January 2010 daughter of S A V Pioneer 7301. A February 2012 heifer calf sired by Connealy Consensus 7229 is at side. Jeff Gooden, judged the bred-and-owned cow-calf pairs, assisted by Rob Starkey.

Grand champion bred-and-owned bull was awarded to M J P Purfeerst Lut 104. Matt Purfeerst, Faribault, Minn., owns the February 2011 son of Plainview Lutton E102. He earlier won junior champion. Jeff Gooden, Iberia, Mo., judged the bred-and-owned bulls

Reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female was awarded to Cherry Knoll Richta 1159. Bryce Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa., owns the June 2011 daughter of Connealy Final Product. She first won intermediate champion.

Reserve grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair was awarded to Cherry Knoll Fern 9072. Bryce Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa., owns the September 2009 daughter of MCATL Reachout 836. A December 2011 daughter sired by Connealy Final Solution is at side.

Reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull was awarded to Vajgrt’s Classy Lad 563. Michael Vajgrt, Newhall, Iowa, owns the May 2011 son of Dameron First Class. He first won intermediate champion.

Grand champion owned female was awarded to SCC Royal Blackbird GAF 112. Cole Greiman, Garner, Iowa, owns the January 2011 daughter of Dameron First Class. She first claimed junior champion--division 6. Mark Johnson, Orlando, Okla., judged the owned heifers

Grand champion owned cow-calf pair was awarded to C C A Countess 096. Kolby Shepard, Perkins, Okla., owns the February 2010 daughter of Sitz Upward 307R. An April 2012 bull calf sired by EXAR Titelist T011 is at side.

Grand champion bred and owned steer was awarded to Triple N Black Label 4081. Ryan Nolt, New Holland, Pa., owns the April 2011 son of Plainview Lutton E102.

Reserve grand champion owned female was awarded to EXAR Forever Lady 1414. Sydney Schnoor, Chowchilla, Calif., owns the January 2011 daughter of Dameron First Class. She first won reserve junior champion--division 6.

Reserve grand champion owned cow-calf pair was awarded to Champion Hill Emblynette7571. Cory Watt, Iva, S.C., owns the January 2010 daughter of S A V Mandan 5664. A February 2012 daughter sired by Skyway Hills Basic Power 20 is at side.

Reserve grand champion bred and owned steer was awarded to DAJS Ante Up 204. Katy Satree, Montague, Texas, owns the September 2011 son of DAJS All Star M243.

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National Junior Angus Show

Grand champion steer was awarded to Buchanan’s Pickles N198. Garrett Gardner, Cherry Tree, Pa., owns the March 2011 son of Champion Hill Fullback 380. Steve Reimer, Chamberlain, S.D., judged the steers.

Premier breeder and premier junior breeder was awarded to Bryce Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa. Miss American Angus Brook Harward is pictured presenting the award.

Silver pitcher awards were won by Ryan Callahan, Edmond, Okla. and Bryce Fitzgerald, West Grove, Pa., both tied for boys silver pitcher; and Katy Satree, Montague, Texas, girls silver pitcher. Anne Lampe, American Angus Auxiliary president; presented the awards.

Bred-and-owned state group of five was awarded to the Pennsylvania Junior Angus Association.

The Illinois Junior Angus Association won the sweepstakes award, more than 30 head.

The Arkansas Junior Angus Association won the sweepstakes award, less than 30 head.

Owned state group of five was awarded to the California Junior Angus Association.

Herdsman Award was awarded to Katy Satree, Montague, Texas.

These Angus enthusiasts claimed top five honors at the 2012 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest. Pictured from left are Auxiliary Secretary-Treasurer Cortney Holshouser; Auxiliary Regional Director Leslie Mindemann; Kelsey Stabler, Gaithersburg, Md, fifth; Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, fourth; Cole Greiman, Garner, Iowa; Katy Satree, Montague, Texas; Jessica Radcliffe, Weston, Wis.; Auxiliary President Anne Lampe; Auxiliary Advisor Barbara Ettredge; and Auxiliary President-Elect Cortney Hill-Dukehart Cates.Each of the top five finishers received a cash prize from the Ham James Memorial Fund and a silver Revere bowl from the American Angus Auxiliary.

These showmen placed as the top 15 finalists. Pictured from left are Jessica Clarke, Rocky Ridge, Md.; Kelsey Stabler, Gaithersburg, Md.; Katherine Throne, Lexington, Ga.; Jessica Radcliffe, Weston, Wis.; Eric McClure, Saint Francisville, Ill.; Cole Greiman, Garner, Iowa; Weston Brandt, Corning, Iowa; Melissa Keyes, Springfield, Neb.; Kelli Retallick, Glen Haven, Wis.; Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio; Hannah Rowlett, Hurricane Mills, Tenn.; Katelyn Wilson, Orleans, Ind.; Christine Bradshaw, Twin Falls, Idaho; Katy Satree, Montague, Texas; and Michelle Malson, Parma, Idaho.

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WYE ANGUS

Wye Angus is a research herd managed by the University of Maryland, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources through the Wye Research and Education Center. ANNUAL SALE - FIRST SATURDAY IN APRIL FOR SEMEN ORDERS OR INFORMATION, CALL TODAY.

P.O. Box 169, Queenstown, MD 21658 Edward C. Draper, Herd Manager (410) 827-6016 Evening (410) 758-1233 Fax (410) 827-7821 edraper@umd.edu wyeangus.umd.edu

HIGH CARCASS GENETICS • TRADITIONAL WYE GENETICS

ROSEDA ANGUS FARM

Ed Burchell, Owner • DEAN BRYANT 15317 Carroll Rd. • Monkton, MD 21111

Office (410) 472-2697 • Home (410) 472-6920 Fax (410) 472-0554 • www.roseda.com roseda@flash.net


YON

Dedicated to the future BLE T TUM

Family Farms

Kevin & Lydia Yon Sally, Drake & Corbin

PO Box 737 Ridge Spring, SC 29129 www.yonfamilyfarms.com email: kyon@pbtcomm.net (803) 685-5048 Fax: (803) 685-0548

Breeding Registered Angus Since 1962

Walter D. Shealy III & Dixon Shealy 20977 US Hwy. 76, Newberry, SC 29108 Office (803) 276-9385 Fax (803) 276-2358 Cell: 803-924-1000 or 803-629-1174 email: bg@wshealy.com www.blackgrove.com

Ted Bartee

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1717 St. Paul Church Rd. Clover, SC 29710 (803) 222-7533

YOU GOTTA TELL ‘EM TO SELL ‘EM Call 618-382-8553 to find out how you can take advantage of this great advertising opportunity and add YOUR FARM to this page.

Why get caught in the South Carolina Angus Association network? Benefits include:

• Eligibility to participate in the annual Carolina Angus Futurity Sale in March • Newsletters keeping you informed of Angus events in the state • Your farm listed in the SC Angus Breeders Directory (published every two years)

• Meet other Angus breeders in SC • Keep up with the Angus shows and events in SC • Be eligible to sell in the Carolina Futurity in March • And last but not least: a complimentary subscription to Angus INK magazine, a very informative monthly publication

Yon Family Farms Fall Female & Bull Sale

Noon • Saturday • November 3, 2012 • At the farm in Ridge Spring, SC Yon Family Farms is a Family owned and operated business that depends on Angus cattle for its livelihood. From the beginning, our Commitment has been to our customers - to supply them with functional Angus cattle that will ensure their success and profitability. November 3, 2012, represents an opportunity to purchase true Value from a program where family, customer service, and production of superior Angus cattle are our priorities.

Selling:

70 ANGUS FEMALES 180 FORAGE DEVELOPED BULLS

Kevin & Lydia Yon

PO Box 737 • Ridge Spring, SC 29129 • www.yonfamilyfarms.com kyon@pbtcomm.net • 803-685-5048 or 803-622-8597 For Sale Books contact the Yons Sale Broadcast live on internet by DV Auctions

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Pennsylvania Angus Breeder’s Show-July 7, 2012, Huntingdon, PA

Grand champion female was awarded to Champion Hill Georgina 7965 at the 2012 Pennsylvania Breeder’s Angus Show, July 7 in Huntingdon, Pa. William Bowers III, Somerset, Pa., owns the April 2011 daughter of S A V Brave 8320. She first claimed junior champion.

Grand champion cow-calf pair was awarded to CMS Special Design 0114. Caleb Schmuck, Rockwood, Pa., owns the May 2010 daughter of W C C Special Design L309. An April 2012 heifer calf sired by S A V Bismarck 5682 is at side.

Grand champion bull was awarded to Just Enuff New Edition Edgar. Clover Lane Farms, Perth, ON, Canada; Just-Enuff Angus, Bethlehem, Pa.; and Cedarview Angus, Pakenham, ON, Canada, own the January 2010 son of Duff New Edition 6108.

Reserve grand champion female was awarded to B C A Scaara Eagle Eye 155. Beaver Creek Angus, Thomasville, Pa., owns the March 2011 daughter of BC Eagle Eye 110-7. She first won reserve junior champion. Ryan Mattocks, Meadville, Pa., evaluated the 89 entries.

Reserve grand champion cow-calf pair was awarded to UHA Dream Catcher 722 018. Lindsay Upperman, Chambersburg, Pa., owns the January 2008 daughter of Sitz Traveler 8180. A January 2012 bull calf sired by S A V Brilliance 8077 completes the winning pair.

Reserve grand champion bull was awarded to B C A Flawless 119. Hannah Grim, Thomasville, Pa., owns the February 2011 son of TC Aberdeen 759.

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Vintage Angus Ranch, Modesto, CA

20 Top Line Farm, Tremont, IL 20 Weaver Angus Farm, Peoria, IL 22 Champion Hill, Bidwell, OH 27 Tanner Farms, Shuqualak, MS

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Pennsylvania Angus Breeder’s Junior Show-July 5, 2012, Huntingdon, PA

Grand champion bred-and-owned female was awarded to B C A Scaara Lil Fuzz H13 at the 2012 Pennsylvania Angus Breeder’s Junior Show, July 5-7 in Huntingdon, Pa. Hannah Grim, Thomasville, Pa., owns the February 2011 daughter of BC Eagle Eye 110-7. She earlier won junior champion.

Grand champion cow-calf pair was awarded to UHA Dream Catcher 722 018. Lindsay Upperman, Chambersburg, Pa., owns the January 2008 daughter of Sitz Traveler 8180. A January 2012 son of S A V Brilliance 8077 completes the winning duo.

Grand champion steer was awarded to Gambles Lookout 2631. Madison Weaver, Coatesville, Pa., owns the February 2011 son of B C Lookout 7024.

Reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female was awarded to H J M Candace. Jared Fessler, Robesonia, Pa., owns the January 2011 daughter of H S A F Bando 1961. She first claimed reserve junior champion.

Reserve grand champion cow-calf pair was awarded to U H A Dior’s Dream 722 040. Lindsay Upperman, Chambersburg, Pa., owns the April 2010 daughter of C J Prestige 25T. A February 2012 bull calf sired by EXAR Spartan 6225 is at side.

Reserve grand champion steer was awarded to B C A Free Spirit 14. Jeremy Bentzel, East Berlin, Pa., owns the April 2011 son of S A V Free Spirit 8164.

Grand champion female was awarded to Champion Hill Georgina 7965. William Bowers III, Somerset, Pa., owns the April 2011 daughter of S A V Brave 8320. She first won junior champion.

Reserve grand champion bull was awarded to U H A Detonator 012. Lindsay Upperman, Chambersburg, Pa., owns the January 2012 son of S A V Brilliance 8077. Owen Weikert, Gettysburg, Pa., evaluated the 86 entries.

Grand champion bred-and-owned steer was awarded to Sweetwater Blkhawk Toby 868Y. Adrianna Spangler, Boswell, Pa., owns the May 2011 son of S A V Pioneer 7301.

Reserve grand champion female was awarded to Freys KJF Delia T26-W41. Matthew Antonio, Hydes, Md., owns the February 2011 daughter of Check Mate. She earlier claimed reserve junior champion.

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October 11-21 North Carolina State Fair, Raleigh, NC 12 Riverbend Ranch Female Sale, Idaho Falls, ID Silveira Bros. ‘Partners for Performance’ 13 Female Sale, Firebaugh, CA 13 Angus Connection Sale, Niles, MI 13 Buford Ranches Bull Sale, Welch, OK 13 Stone Gate Farms, Flemingsburg, KY 13 Cherry Knoll Farm Open House, West Grove, PA 13 South Central Tennessee Angus Association Field Day, held at Shady Brook Angus Farm, Leoma, TN 13 Edisto Forage Bull Test PT Sale, Blackville, SC 14 Beaver Creek Angus Online Sale, East Berlin, PA Horstman Cattle Co., West Lafayette, IN 14 14 Vintage Angus Ranch 26th Annual Production Sale, Modesto, CA 18 Lemmon Cattle Ent., Woodbury, GA 18 Thomas Angus Ranch, Baker City, OR 19 Soo Line Cattle Co, Midale, SK Canada 19 Rocklin Farms, Rockbridge, IL 19-20 South Carolina State Fair Open and Junior Angus Show, Columbia, SC 20 Malson Angus & Herefords Production Sale, Parma, ID 20 Circle A Ranch, Iberia, MO 20 IBEP PT Bull Sale, Springville, IN 20 New England Angus Cattlemen’s Field Day, held at Blackbird Farm, Smithfield, RI 20 Southern Ladies Female Sale, at 7-L Farms, Wiggins, MS 20 SW Virginia Angus Association Sale, Wytheville, VA 20 Top Line Farm 4th Annual Blue Ribbon Production Sale, Tremont, IL (evening) 20 Whitestone Farm, Aldie, VA 20 Weaver Angus Farm Open House & Online Auction, Peoria, IL 21 Maryland Angus Event Sale, held at Thomas & Son Farm, Boonsboro, MD 21 McCurry Angus Ranch, Burrton, KS 21 Ridgeview Farm & Friends Sale, Hammondsville, OH 21 Rock River Ranch, Mount Morris, IL 21 Weiker Angus Ranch, Fayette, MO 22 Champion Hill, Bidwell, OH 26 18th Annual Hokie Harvest Sale, Virgina Tech, Blacksburg, VA 26 Hillhouse Angus Ranch, Salado, TX 26 Rutherford Ranches, Buda, TX 26-27 44 Farms Sales, Cameron, TX 27 Great Meadows Angus Association 11th Annual Fall Festival Sale, held at Heritage Angus Farm, Shelbyville, KY

27 Eastern Ohio Angus Association Sale, held at Muskingum Livestock, Zanesville, OH 27 Lawson Family Farms Female Sale, Ewing, VA 27 North Virginia Angus Association Fall Female Classic Sale, held at Woodside Farm, Berryville, VA 27 Tanner Farms Performance-Tested Registered Angus Bull Sale, Shuqualak, MS 27 West Kentucky Angus Association Sale, held at United Producers Facility, Bowling Green, KY 27 Top Line Farm, Tremont, IL 28 Gamble Angus, Clinton, TN 28 Werner Angus, Cordova, IL 28 Bear Mtn. Angus Ranch Heifer & Donor Sale, Palisade, NE 29 Double Diamond Angus Online Show Heifer Sale, Chrisman, IL November 2 Rocking P Farm 43rd Annual Production Sale, held at Jackson’s Mill, Weston, WV 2 Quaker Hill Farms, Louisa, VA 3 Central Kentucky Angus Association Golden Anniversary Fall Sale, held at the Central Kentucky Angus Sales Pavilion, Danville, KY 3 Decades of Excellence, held at Fancy Free Farms, Unionville, TN 3 Kramer Angus & Guests, Farina, IL 3 Yon Family Farms Fall Female & Bull Sale, Ridge Spring, SC 4 Sundberg Farms Female Sale, Mendota, IL 5 Three Trees Millarden Bull Sale, Woodbury, GA 9 ZWT Ranch, Speedwell, TN 10 Lake View Cattle Co. Complete & Total Dispersal of Herd & Equipment, Seneca Falls, NY 10 Octoraro Angus, Breezewood, PA 10 Lemmon Cattle Ent., Woodbury, GA 10 American Angus Association Board Meeting, Louisville, KY 12 American Angus Association Annual Convention of Delegates, Louisville, KY 12 American Angus Association Board Meeting, Louisville, KY 14 Evans Farms Bull Sale, Procter, TX 15 Terry Little Angus, Monticello, MO 17 Riverbend Ranch Bull Sale, Idaho Falls, ID 17 Sydenstricker Genetics, Mexico, MO 17 Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale, held at Claylick Run Sale Facility, Newark, OH 21 Bureau County Angus Association Calf Sale, Princeton, IL

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23 Echo Ridge Farm Bull Sale, Atkins, VA 23 Lamoine Valley Angus Association Sale, Macomb, IL 24 Dameron Angus, Lexington, IL 24 7L Farms, Wiggins, MS 24 Tennessee River Music Angus, Fort Payne, AL 24 Rutledge Angus Calf Sale, Farmer City, IL 25 Genex Sale, Clinton, IL 26 Stevenson’s Diamond Dot, Hobson, MT 27 Stevenson Angus Ranch Bull Sale, Hobson, MT DECEMBER 7 Knoll Crest Bull Sale, Red House, VA 8 Da-Es-Ro Angus Farm, Columbus, IA 8 Virginia BCIA Culpeper Sr. Bull Sale, held at Glenmary Farm, Rapidan, VA

JANUARY 2013 7 Knoll Crest Bull Sale, Red House, VA 8 Da-Es-Ro Angus Farm, Columbus, IA 16 National Western Stock Show Angus Bull Show & Sale, Denver, CO 18 National Western Angus Foundation Female Sale, held at the National Western Livestock Center Auction Arena, Denver CO 19 Bricton Farms Bull Sale, Social Circle, GA


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4C Son Farm 814-706-9767 Warren, PA Angus Hill Farm 716-358-6817 Randolph, NY At Ease Acres 518-872-0460 Berne, NY Bear Creek Farm 270-384-1691 Columbia, KY Bessler, James F. 815-895-7868 Sycamore, IL Black Grove 803-276-9385 Newberry, SC Blue Ridge Cattle LLC 217-369-0466 Carlisle, KY Brilee Angus Ranch 540-383-9369 Timberville, VA Buckner & Jeffries 270-528-3318 Canmer, KY Central Kentucky Angus Association 859-583-0364 Danville, KY Champion Hill 740-367-7021 Bidwell, OH Cherry Knoll Farm 610-869-9455 West Grove, PA Circle B Farm 304-675-6053 Southside, WV Conover, Al 641-227-3537 Baxter, IA Crawford, Scott 816-858-5586 Platte City, MO D.L.B. Angus 410-861-8282 Finksburg, MD Dubas Cattle Co. 308-536-2369 Fullerton, NE ErReR Hill Farms 814-445-4440 Friedens, PA Frey Family Angus 717-786-2201 Quarryville, PA Great Meadows Angus Association 502-655-0164 Shelbyville, KY

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Greenane Angus 607-746-8878 Delhi, NY 7 HammerHead Cattle Company 270-789-9317 Campbellsville, KY 10 Heathcote Farm 845-373-8731 Amenia, NY 3, 7 Heritage Farm 502-655-0164 Shelbyville, KY 14 Hunting Lotte Farm 301-831-5028 New Market, MD 4 KiamichiLink Ranch 580-298-5150 Finley, OK 23 Kreis, Ron 740-683-3235 Adamsville, OH IFC, 1 Lake View Cattle Co. 315-283-3149 Seneca Falls, NY 8 Langus Farm 610-261-3966 Northampton, PA 23 Lathrop Livestock Transportation 847-426-5009 Dundee, IL 14 Lawson Family Farms 276-445-3191 Ewing, VA 7 Lone Oaks Angus 731-343-5303 Middleton, TN 7 Long Lane Farm 931-703-6661 Unionville, TN 23 Malmborg, Jon 270-792-1200 Bowling Green, KY 8 McKean Bros. Angus 724-376-2595 Mercer, PA 14 Murcielago Farms 434-531-4057 Scottsville, VA 23 Parker Friedrich Marketing 254-413-2420 Stephenville, TX 22 Pollard Farms 580-758-1464 Waukomis, OK 14 Poor House Angus 540-454-1512 Upperville, VA 10 Rally Farms 845-677-8211 Millbrook, NY

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River Bend Farm 908-234-1377 Far Hills, NJ 9 Rocking P Farm 304-269-3877 Horner, WV 14 Roseda Black Angus Farm 410-472-2697 Monkton, MD 14 Spayde Angus at Fern Hill, LLC 540-967-2671 Louisa, VA 10 Stillwater Angus 518-664-4905 Stillwater, NY 23 Stockdale Livestock Transportation 931-381-9694 Columbia, TN BC Tanner Farms 601-477-2202 Shuqualak, MS 24, IBC Top Line Farm 309-620-1608 Tremont, IL 9 Triple T Angus 304-645-3410 Lewisburg, WV 15 Tumble T Bar T 803-222-7533 Clover, SC 7 Walridge Farms 319-668-2026 Williamsburg, IA 10 Waltons Way Angus Farm 585-703-1476 Linwood, NY 7 Wardlow Angus Ranch 502-255-0499 Bedford, KY 2 Weaver Angus Farm 309-691-2293 Peoria, IL 8 Work Land & Cattle 724-438-1703 Uniontown, PA 14 Wye Angus 410-827-6016 Queenstown, MD 15 Yon Family Farms 803-685-5048 Ridge Spring, SC

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