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Reference sires Sire of

1 3 4 5 11 13 15 16 23

W C C / C C 1 0 0 9 G R E AT D I V I D E 1 0 2

HORNED SIRE CRR ABOUT TIME 743

MGS CH ENUFF PROPHET 2913 Power, performance, balance. 2013 Agribition Champion Horned Bull.

CHA CE BW WW

GE EPD

-3.0 4.7 60.3

YW MILK TM

97.6

21

FAT

REA MARB MCE

51.2 -0.035 0.76

0.00

0.1

SC

0.6

Sire of

17 18 19

C B A R 1 0 2 3 5 G O L D E N DA N 4 0 6 1 E T

HORNED SIRE BR GOLDEN SPREAD DAN

MGS TH 75J 243R BAILOUT 144U Powerful growth, bone, maternal excellence.

CHA CE BW WW

GE EPD

YW MILK TM

-1.9 7.5 73.8 114.6 30.8

FAT

REA MARB MCE

67.7 -0.018 0.85 -0.01

0

SC

0.7

bidding ONLINE DECEMBER 5-8

on liveauctions.tv

CLOSING

5:30PM MST DECEMBER 8

at the farm & on liveauctions.tv

Directions

12 miles north of Maidstone, SK, on the west side of Hwy 21

Sale Staff

Auctioneer Ryan Dorran 403-507-6483 Ringside Nate Marin 306-869-7130 Ringside Craig Flewelling 403-556-0515 C H A Brad Dubeau, Director of Communications 888-836-7242

Sale Day Phones

Lance Leachman 306-903-7299 Shari Leachman 306-903-7289 Frances Leachman 306-893-7507

Cattle References Sire of

6 7

C STOCKMAN 2059 ET

HORNED SIRE NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET

MGS C-S PURE GOLD 98170 Moderation of frame, muscle shape, maternal value.

CHA CE BW WW

GE EPD

1.1

4

49.5

YW MILK TM

74.8

41.3

FAT

REA MARB MCE

66.1 -0.031 0.52

0.10

3.7

SC

0.6

Shannon Eaton 780-872-9375 Tom Hougham 306-825-2246 Larry Flicek 306-823-3957

Insurance

Insurance is recommended, but not required. Several insurance options can be recommended for those interested.

Volume Buyer Discount Buy two or more cattle and receive 5% discount on each purchase.

Online Catalogue www.biggullyfarm.com

Videos and Photos Sire of

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CRR 109 OLD SCH O OL 301

SIRE CRR 719 CATAPULT 109 MGS DM BR SOONER Center body dimension, muscle shape, calving ease.

HORNED

CHA CE BW WW

GE EPD

4.4 -0.4 63.1

YW MILK TM

87.7

27.5

FAT

REA MARB MCE

59.1 -0.015 0.63 -0.07

2.8

SC

0.7

On www.biggullyfarm.com, taken Oct. 17-18

Box 535 Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0 [e] biggullyfarm@gmail.com EPDS WERE DERIVED FROM AUGUST 2016 RUN ALL ANIMALS PARENTAGE VERIFIED AND PROVEN FREE OF GENETIC ABNORMALITIES


HEREFORDS


Welcome

Welcome to Big Gully’s Online/On-Farm Bull & Heifer Sale! We invite you to join us in person or online to partake in our 3rd on-farm event. First, we must express our gratitude to each of you that have supported us in any form; we will continue to work toward meeting your expectations! In lieu of summarizing the cattle, we believe the footnotes provide an honest, accurate description of the livestock and their potential capabilities upon which you can formulate your own opinions. The live, video sale at Big Gully Farm will commence at 5:30 p.m. MST on Thursday, December 8. Cattle will be available for appraisal all afternoon and any time prior. Supper and drinks will be served at 4:30 p.m. As usual, online bidding via LiveAuctions.tv will be available beginning on December 5 and conclude simultaneously with the live sale on farm. Please arrive early to view the cattle, while still daylight, and to enjoy the pre-sale holiday social! We continually look for ways to advance and improve our herd and profitability via genetics, nutrition, reproduction, herd health, etc. Our principal herd improvement strategy is investing in bulls or semen from seedstock providers who derive their living raising cattle. Having quality cattle is critical, but just as importantly operations we source bulls from must display integrity, humility, professionalism, consistency and direction. We have great respect for such operations and believe these characteristics ensure a higher probability that the cattle will work for not only us, but also for anyone who might purchase through this sale. Our goal isn’t to sell purebred, commercial, show, ranch ready, ranch raised or any other type of Herefords – only those that are profitable and high quality. Quality is our focus since that will influence the perception people hold of us, our cattle and our management. Since we are proud to depend on progressive commercial cattlemen as our bull purchasers – the livestock will sell for what they deem them worth. We are a relatively small provider of bulls within the breed and are trying to foster close relationships with our customer base. Each customer is valuable to us, regardless of how frequently they have purchased or how much they have invested in our program. Shari and I are never pleased with the current state of this operation and always believe we can and will do better. Without this attitude, complacency would set in and progress would cease. Cattle are our sole passion and this operation functions within its limitations depending on our own labor and some custom operators. Again, we have slightly and responsibly increased the number of bulls to appease a broader group of potential customers, while simultaneously advancing the quality – hopefully ensuring strong value in the livestock.

It is our intent to be more critical and honest in the evaluation of this breed and our herd than most any potential customer could be. As such, increasing muscle, enhancing udder quality, moderating frame, bolstering center body dimension, moderating birth weight, advancing carcass merit, increasing pigmentation and optimizing performance are criteria we will proceed toward. Should you value these traits and the Hereford pillars of superior docility, structural integrity, hardiness and efficiency – our cattle may interest you. Furthermore, if you find your cowherd becoming very homogenous in terms of breed influence and want to capitalize on heterosis/hybrid vigour – we would love to offer a complimentary breed to achieve that.

Proud supporters of

4

As proponents of expected progeny differences (EPDs), we have put considerable selection pressure on these for generations. Obviously EPDs are a tool; therefore we utilize them and feel competitive from a data standpoint. All purebred sale cattle have been sire verified and possess Genomically Enhanced EPDs (GE-EPDs). For those unfamiliar, this testing allows a higher degree of accuracy in knowing the true genetic merit of the cattle at a younger age for a variety of traits – essentially a risk-management plan. If you are unfamiliar with either of these tools or their utility, we would gladly discuss them prior to the sale. Every year we submit calving ease, weight (birth, weaning, yearling, mature cow), scrotal and ultrasound carcass measures (ribeye, back fat, intramuscular fat) on each eligible animal to the Canadian Hereford Association. The


bottom line is we believe selection applied to these measured traits will improve the profitability of the progeny born to bulls we raise in an array of production scenarios. All females will be delivered immediately after the sale. FREE OF CHARGE, ALL BULLS will be developed here at the farm through spring – double vaccinated with Fusogard, ultrasounded for carcass merit by Shari, evaluated for breeding soundness, and delivered by June 1, 2017 or when best suits the purchaser. We know that unforeseen circumstances potentially arise with semen testing and breeding. As a precaution, the bulls have been scrotal measured to assure satisfactory development. However, if a concern after spring breeding soundness evaluations or during actual breeding arises-our intent is to be honest and straight forward with you and we expect the same in terms of finding a satisfactory resolution. Rest assured, we have spare 2-year olds, a large assortment of yearlings and potentially herd bulls that could be utilized should a current or past purchase prove concerning. In closing, we would be proud to host you at this pre-Christmas event. Please join us for supper and drinks between viewing the cattle and the sale itself. No matter if you are interested or just curious about the offering, we would encourage you to at least take a look and see if the type of Hereford cattle we strive to produce may work for you! If we can be of any assistance prior to the sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Sincerely, Lance & Shari Leachman Frances Leachman

advantages of

yearling bulls • • • • •

L AT E S T G E N E T I C M AT E R I A L P H Y S I C A L LY S M A L L E R F O R HEIFER BREEDING

P O T E N T I A L LY L O N G E R P ROD UCT IVE LI FE WORK WELL AS JUNI OR SI RE I N M U LT I P L E S I R E PA S T U R E S E T T I N G

LOWER DEVELOPMENT COSTS CAN T R A N S L AT E T O M O R E A F F O R DA B L E PURCHASE PRICE

2-year-olds

why use • • •

A B I L I T Y T O S E RV I C E L A R G E R NUMBER OF COWS

A B I L I T Y T O M O R E R E A D I LY M A I N TA I N B O DY C O N D I T I O N I F P R O P E R LY M A N AG E D M AT U R E P H E N O T Y P I C C H A R AC T E R I S T I C S M O R E R E A D I LY A P PA R E N T


Lot 1

BENCH has always separated himself with regard to eye appeal-due to his dark color, ideal pigment and attractively designed front one-third. BENCH is skeletally extended, sound footed and straight in his lines. The Great Divide sons consistently inherit performance, muscle shape and center body dimension. Moreover, his dam is among the most impressive cows in the herd with regard to power, center body dimension and udder quality. BENCH should have the capability to add performance to a set of calves, yet offer maternal quality in replacement daughters. Ranks in the top 1% for REA; 10% for WW; 20% for YW.

GE EPD dam

1

BIG-GULLY 102 BENCH 35C

HORN ED | M W F 35C

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

94lbs

CE

-1

BW

5.0

WW

60.1

| C03011435

KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 BIG-GULLY 611 BELLE 53Y BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S BELLE 53T

YW MILK

91.9

| M a rch 1, 2015

21.8

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

51.9 -0.028 0.89

-0.10

-0.2

SC

0.5

2

BIG-GULLY V-9 POLO 533C

HORNED | MWF 533C

ANKONIAN MIDAS 72 SLDK VENDETTA V-9 ET MH MISS ONLINE 486 BW

73lbs

CE

0.3

BW

2.6

WW

56.9

| J a n u a r y 25, 2015

| C 03008926

C FANSTASTIC 2165 BIG-GULLY 2165 FANTASY 53A BIG-GULLY 611 BELLE 53Y YW MILK

93.4

23.2

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

51.7 -0.001 0.73

0.12

1.5

SC

0.7

Calves are dehorned at birth and vaccinated two weeks prior to weaning.

Lot 2

POLO is the lone Vendetta offspring in the offering. The Vendetta progeny have proven to be born easily and grow quickly, while being long sided and attractive. In production, the females milk well with strong udder quality. POLO has curve-bending performance arriving at 73 lbs and being in the top three in weaning/yearling weight among his calf crop. He is a big, long sided bull that is correct, dark colored and short marked. His first-calf mother is moderate in frame and tight in her udder suspension. Ranks in the top 5% for REA; 15% for YW; 20% for WW.

GE EPD

6

sire


Lot 3

TWISTED X has developed into the biggest ribbed and stoutest hipped of the 2-year-olds. His moderation, powerful rib curvature and dimension of muscle define the characteristics we hope to establish in our herd. TWISTED X should have the capability to sire progeny with superior muscle and the ability to easily maintain body condition due to rib shape, just as his mature 47R-sired dam continues to do. A maternal half brother was purchased by Travis Cooke and a maternal half sister by Misty Valley Farm. He ranks in the top 20% for WW, YW.

GE EPD sire

3

BIG-GULLY 102 T WIST ED X 170C HORN ED | MW F 170C

| Feb ru a r y 27, 2015

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

102lbs

CE

-2

BW

6.4

WW

55.7

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S STAR 270X BIG-GULLY 681M ROYAL STAR 70R

YW MILK

92.5

| C03010661

18.5

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

46.4 -0.030 0.47

0.05

-0.1

SC

0.9

4

BIG-GULLY 102 COACH 503C

HORNED | MWF 503C

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

98lbs

CE

-0.9

BW

4.8

WW

60.9

| C 03009780

MH MONUMENT 8151 BIG-GULLY 8151 FANCY 530Y BIG-GULLY 2165 FANCY 530U

YW MILK

92.8

| Fe br u a r y 9, 2015

22.3

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

52.8 -0.012 0.67

0.02

-1.4

SC

1.0

EPDs and genomics are highly utilized as selection tools. Yearling bulls and heifers are ultrasounded for carcass merit.

Lot 4

COACH is a big, stout, heavy-structured bull that should transmit power and performance to a progeny group. Moreover, he is thick ended, docile and conservatively marked. Maternally, his dam is moderate framed, correct uddered and possesses as much center rib curvature and depth as any cow in our herd. A full sister is developing ideally in regard to power, body dimension and performance as a calf. Ranks in the top 10% for WW, REA; 20% for YW.

GE EPD

“8151”

7


Lot 5

CINCH is a younger sire candidate that we were excited to see develop this summer, and his progression has proven favorable. He is muscular, big ribbed, wide based and square hipped. Uniquely though, he is still shaped correctly in his shoulder, straight in his lines and mobile at the ground. His mother is a deep ribbed, long sided, sound uddered female that we hold in high regard and who produced a son purchased by Hillsvale Colony last year. Ranks in the top 5% for REA; 10% for YW.

GE EPD

dam

5

BIG-GULLY 102 CINCH 735C

HORNED | M W F 735C | Ap r il 1, 2015

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

CE

103lbs -1.1

BW

5.2

WW

54.9

KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 BIG-GULLY 611 GOLD LADY 753X BIG-GULLY ROYAL GOLD LADY

YW MILK

96.6

| C03012383

18.2

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

45.7 -0.037 0.72

-0.09

0

SC

0.7

6

BIG-GULLY 2059 WALL STREET 70C H O RN E D | M W F 7 0 C | J a n u a r y 26, 2015

| C 03009143

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517U BARONESS 70A C STOCKMAN 2059 ET BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S STAR 270X C NOTICE ME ET BW

78lbs

CE

-0.1

BW

3.4

WW

49

YW MILK

72.6

30.1

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

54.6 -0.024 0.56

0.01

2.5

SC

0.6

Dams are udder scored at calving and electronically weighed each fall at weaning.

Lot 6

A heifer’s first calf, WALL STREET is a complete sire prospect that combines structural soundness, muscle shape and balance in a moderately-framed build. From a birth weight standpoint, he offers flexibility to be used in different breeding scenarios. We calved out the first Stockman daughters this past spring and their udder correctness/milk flow will be major assets to our breeding program along with the pigment, dimension of rib and the muscle shape they retain in a conservative framed package. Ranks in the top 10% for MILK; 15% for TM, REA.

GE EPD

8

dam


Lot 7

Another heifer’s first calf, BLACKHAWK offers potential utilization on a combination of cows and heifers considering his conservative frame, actual birth weight and genetic predictions. However, muscle shape and thickness shouldn’t be sacrificed with his calving-friendly attributes. BLACKHAWK is smooth fronted, strong topped and has an ideal hip and hind leg construction. Maternally, he combines Stockman and our foundation sire 47R to potentially produce replacements with a combination of center body shape, muscle and moderation of frame. Ranks in the top 10% for MILK; 20% for TM, REA.

GE EPD

7

sire

BIG-GULLY 2059 BLACKHAWK 807C HORNED | LLH 807C | Feb ru a r y 1, 2015

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET C STOCKMAN 2059 ET C NOTICE ME ET BW

78lbs

CE

2.2

BW

2.8

WW

44.8

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R SPORADIC 811A BIG-GULLY MISS PURE GOLD

YW MILK

71.2

| C03009462

30.8

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

53.2 -0.019 0.50

0.05

2.6

SC

0.8

8

BIG-GULLY 1251 FIF TH AVE 784C

H E T PO LLE D | T H L 7 8 4 C | Fe br u a r y 11, 2015

PURPLE CURRENCY 24U ET ECR LOOSE CHANGE 1251 ECR 19D HUNNY 7149 BW

93lbs

CE

2.8

BW

4.3

WW

YW MILK

65.1 109.1 17.1

| C 03010269

CJH HARLAND 408 BIG-GULLY 408 ROYALTY 781W BIG-GULLY 5G DUSTY ROYALE 781L TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

49.7 0.014 0.64

0.08

3.5

SC

1.2

Docility is readily apparent in the cattle. Cattle are our passion and lone concentration.

Lot 8

FIFTH AVE is the lone polled (heterozygous) bull that potentially offers more mating flexibility. Physically, FIFTH AVE is a big, long sided bull that is dark in his color and really deep ribbed. This different pedigree combination offers the proven maternal, growth and carcass attributes of Harland. Moreover, Loose Change contributes exceptional growth, udder quality and calving ease-based on the progeny we have and the progeny in production at Pugh Farms, by whom he was purchased. Ranks in the top 5% for WW, YW; 10% for REA.

GE EPD

sire

9


Lot 9

ROLLS ROYCE is a smooth fronted, short marked son of our cornerstone sire 47R. 47R cattle have proven production in commercial scenarios with their calving ease, moderate frame, depth of body and milking capability. Considering his birth weight indicators, ROLLS ROYCE could be utilized on heifers or cows. Moreover, the soundness, udder construction and quality of his dam lend itself to potentially retaining replacement daughters. Ranks in the top 15% for REA.

GE EPD

dam

9

BIG-GULLY 47R ROLLS ROYCE 113C HORN ED | MW F 113C

| Feb ru a r y 13, 2015

AGA 121G STANMORE 20J PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R PDHR 80G GENERAL LASS 91K BW

88lbs

CE

1.8

BW

2.6

WW

40.4

KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 BIG-GULLY 611 SILVER LADY 113W BIG-GULLY GOLD & SILVER 111R

YW MILK

66.4

| C03010270

25

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

45.2 -0.020 0.57

-0.10

1.1

SC

0.4

10

BIG-GULLY 631A ROPER 919C

HORNED | LLH 919C

| M a rc h 28, 2015

BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517U MCCLINTOCK 631A BIG-GULLY 6029 DOMINETTE 631U BW

95lbs

CE

1.6

BW

3.6

WW

46.0

YW MILK

75.4

20.6

| C 03012381

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY D UNDENIABLE 919X BIG-GULLY 211P UNDENIABLE 991U TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

43.6 -0.018 0.42

-0.07

1.2

SC

0.7

Calves are electronically weighed at birth, weaning and yearling age.

Lot 10

ROPER is a later-born son of the McClintock sire purchased by Red Willow Ranch and Bar Crossroads in our initial on-farm sale. Similar to his sire, ROPER is a big ribbed, moderate, thick ended bull that has large and correctly suspended testicles. His paternal grand-dam, 631U, is among our elite females considering her powerful rib shape, muscle dimension and udder design. ROPER’S 47R-sired dam also contributes the depth of rib, soundness of structure and moderation of frame to easily maintain body condition in various production environments. A maternal sister was the high-selling female in last year’s sale to Greg Peter of Langley, BC.

GE EPD

10

sire


Lot 11

HAWKEYE is the youngest 2-year-old, but doesn’t compromise in completeness and quality. HAWKEYE is attractive from the profile being straight lined, smooth fronted and sound in his movement. His dam is a long, youthful appearing Monument 8151 daughter with a level, evenly spaced and refined udderwhile transmitting shape and growth. A full brother is being utilized by Jason & Stephanie Fradette of Spring Coulee Enterprises. Ranks in the top 10% for WW, REA; 15% for YW; 20% for TM.

GE EPD

11

dam

BIG-GULLY 102 HAWKEYE 370C HORNED | M W F 370C

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

99lbs

CE

-0.6

BW

5.4

WW

60.9

| C03012388

MH MONUMENT 8151 BIG-GULLY 8151 MONUMENTAL 270Y BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S STAR 270W

YW MILK

94.8

| Ap r il 7, 2015

23.7

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

54.2 -0.020 0.61

-0.04

-0.9

SC

0.6

12

BIG-GULLY 2011 BO ULET 217C H O RN E D | M W F 2 1 7 C

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET C 88X RIBEYE 2011 C H2 LADY 0036 BW

100lbs

CE

0.8

BW

4.2

WW

54.0

| C 03011441

C PURE GOLD 1117 BIG-GULLY GOLD DUST LASSY 217R BIG-GULLY 5G DUSTER LASSY 217L

YW MILK

84.2

| M a rc h 9, 2015

26.6

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

53.6 -0.030 0.36

0.01

2.1

SC

1.2

We show cattle as a promotional tool and to gauge our quality relative to all other breeds.

Lot 12

BOULET is the final son to sell from the 217R cow that produced 2010 Agribition Supreme Champion Big-Gully 611 Bounty 517U. Several maternal half sisters to BOULET are here in production and have proven to be major breeding assets. BOULET is a long sided, big footed, sound structured bull that offers a notch more scale and growth. His sire, 2011, has been the principal bull for use on heifers due to his calving ease and conservative birth weights, while adding value to the daughters due to enhanced udder quality and milk flow. A full brother sold last year to Gary Fickel in Crawford, NE. Ranks in the top 10% for SC; 20% for MILK, TM.

GE EPD

sire

11


With much of this catalogue dedicated to bulls, we wanted to inform you on developments within the cowherd as well. We have withdrawn from showing females and only sell a small group of heifers in an attempt to keep our females unique, maintain contemporary group size and evaluate their initial production ourselves. We believe this will ensure our highest quality maternal factories remain in-herd to continuously produce the strongest possible set of bulls for this sale. We intend to extend our inclusion of polled bulls in breeding scenarios to accommodate more marketing flexibility, including a more prominent group for the 2017 sale. This summer we culled/sold 33 females to introduce the largest, strongest group of bred heifers we have had. We believe strongly in maintaining a youthful, productive cowherd that should genetically advance itself rapidly-therefore the average age of females to calve in the winter of 2017 will be 4.17 years. Our few Angus and Angus-influenced females will continue to serve as a quality benchmark, while being utilized as ET recipients or for the production of F-1’s. The cowherd has reached the point where udder quality, foot structure, muscle, body dimension and docility are correct-but will certainly continue to be improved upon. All replacement heifers are synchronized and AI bred, while 70% of the cows are AI bred on natural cycles-the majority to our own walking sires. The embryo transfer component of our program continues to be expanded to propagate our elite maternal genetics. Although chances to publicly view the females may be less apparent, we encourage you to stop by anytime or participate in our Labor Day weekend Appreciation Event to see what we have been working toward!

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Lot 13

We are really excited about AUBURN based on the breeding tool he could prove to be. For those prioritizing quality, exceptional pigment and hair in their program, AUBURN is an enticing individual. More impressively, the muscle shape, performance and quality he possesses for being born at 75 lbs is unique. To complete the package, his young dam is correct uddered, sound structured, deep ribbed and moderate. His physical attributes, projected calving ease and maternal backing provide the opportunity to positively impact many breeding objectives. Ranks in the top 10% for REA; 15% for BW.

GE EPD

13

dam

BIG-GULLY 102 AUBURN 830D

HORN ED | M W F 830D

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

75lbs

CE

1.7

BW

1.5

WW

49.1

| C03023038

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R MARY KAY 830A BIG-GULLY 8285 HUNTRESS 830X

YW MILK

74.8

| Feb ru a r y 6, 2016

20.9

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

45.5 -0.018 0.65

-0.03

1.5

SC

0.5

14

B I G - G U L LY 3 0 1 E AT O N 8 3 2 D H O RN E D | L L H 8 3 2 D

CRR 719 CATAPULT 109 CRR 109 OLD SCHOOL 301 CRR 435 KELLY 178 BW

81lbs

CE

3.1

BW

0.5

WW

55.6

| C 03022428

C STOCKMAN 2059 ET BIG-GULLY 2059 ALLURE 831B BIG-GULLY 611 GOLD HUNTER 631W

YW MILK

81.7

| J a n u a r y 28, 2016

29.8

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

57.6 -0.021 0.71

-0.08

2.9

SC

0.6

All calves are weaned with “Quiet Wean” nose plugs over a two week period.

Lot 14

EATON reads with multi-trait genetic excellence while combining a pair of the breed’s most complete and current sires in Catapult and Stockman. He is one of the first Catapult descendants to sell in Canada – a bull whose progeny have dominated the National Western Stock Show and whose body dimension and muscle have rarely been seen in the breed. His sire Old School was purchased by Genex, and couples power, balance and maternal excellence. EATON is a red eyed, big ribbed, sound structured, square hipped calf that is correct in his testicular development. His moderate framed, first-calf mother is exceptional uddered and attractively designed. Ranks in the top 5% for REA; 10% for CE, MILK, TM; 20% for CE, WW, MCE.

GE EPD

dam

13


Lot 15

Visually, ALBANY is complete in regards to muscle, soundness, center body dimension and balance. He is wide based, open in his rib shape and reads bold and square down his top. Plus, he is short marked and correct in his testicular development. Genetically, he should transmit superior growth and muscle to a set of calves. His dam is a short marked, sound, smooth fronted Monument 8151 daughter. We are excited to calve out his full sib bred heifer this spring, considering her mass and look. Ranks in the top 10% for REA, 20% for WW, YW.

GE EPD

sire

15

BIG-GULLY 102 ALBANY 511D

HORNED | MW F 511D

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

97lbs

CE

-0.3

BW

4.8

WW

56.6

| C03023039

22.3

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

50.6 -0.037 0.66

-0.06

-1.2

16

BIG-GULLY 102 HUDSON 82D

H O RN E D | M W F 8 2 D

| Fe br u a r y 19, 2016

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009

MH MONUMENT 8151 BIG-GULLY 8151 MONACO 711Z BIG-GULLY 6029 SILVER DOM

YW MILK

92.6

| Feb ru a r y 8, 2016

SC

0.6

BW

88lbs

CE

1.4

BW

3.0

WW

54.4

MH MONUMENT 8151 BIG-GULLY 8151 GOLD MONA 82Z BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S GOLD 82X

YW MILK

89.3

| C 03023684

24.0

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

51.2 -0.032 0.66

0.01

0.1

SC

0.7

Cull females are sold in mid-August after pregnancy diagnosis to capitalize on market seasonality.

Lot 16

HUDSON is a complete young sire prospect that reads favorably across his genetic predictions and physically supports the data with superior muscle and growth. He is long sided, correct in his skeleton and attractively designed. Considering his actual birth weight and genetic predictions, HUDSON could offer mating versatility on cows or heifers. His dam is a powerful, conservatively marked, correct uddered daughter of Monument 8151. A full brother sold to Rick Shaver in our initial on-farm sale. Ranks in the top 10% for REA.

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dam


Lot 17

PARKER initiates a trio of bulls from our first calf crop by Golden Dan 4061, who is among the highest-performing bulls to come out of the Colyer Herefords program. Golden Dan 4061 should inject a shot more frame, bone and performance into our program while maintaining maternal excellence. PARKER clearly inherited these characteristics with his length of body, WPDA and scale, yet he maintains structural integrity, balance and pigmentation. His maturity pattern should make him suited for use on cows, especially considering the growth he should supply. His young dam has been productive and is similarly red eyed, short marked and correct in her design. Ranks in the top 5% for WW, YW, TM; 10% for MILK, REA.

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17

dam

BIG-GULLY 4061 PARKER 181D

HORNED | LLH 181D

| Feb ru a r y 12, 2016

BR GOLDEN SPREAD DAN C BAR1 0235 GOLDEN DAN 4061 ET C MS BAILOUT 0235 ET BW

CE

102lbs -1.6

BW

6.3

WW

| C03023221

YW MILK

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

62.2 -0.019 0.63

0.02

0.9

BIG-GULLY 4061 POCATELLO 480D H O RN E D | L L H 4 8 0 D

BR GOLDEN SPREAD DAN C BAR1 0235 GOLDEN DAN 4061 ET C MS BAILOUT 0235 ET

SLDK VENDETTA V-9 ET BIG-GULLY V-9 VENERABLE 181A BIG-GULLY 517U UNDENIABLE

66.4 103.7 29.0

18

SC

0.7

BW

101lbs

CE

-2.3

BW

6.4

WW

62.2

YW MILK

97.7

24.8

| M a rc h 3, 2016

| C 03024112

BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517U BONITAS 180Z BIG-GULLY 10L DUSTER LASS 180N TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

55.9 -0.021 0.67

-0.06

0.1

SC

0.7

All heifers are synchronized with CIDRs on a fixed-time AI protocol for Day 1 of the breeding season.

Lot 18

POCATELLO is the youngest calf in the sale, but doesn’t sacrifice in quality. He is a red eyed, red legged son of the performance-driven Golden Dan 4061. POCATELLO is among the boldest and deepest in his rib shape, wide pinned and big topped. Beyond that, he is heavy boned, straight lined and attractive from the profile. His dam is among the most correct uddered cows in the herd, while being moderate framed and retaining his same rib shape and center body dimension. We feel this calf has unique attributes from a volume and shape standpoint that are only enhanced with his maternal strength. Ranks in the top 5% for WW; 10% for YW, REA; 15% for TM.

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dam

15


Lot 19

DAYTON should be expected to supply extra scale, performance and length of body when mated. He is a big, extended, upstanding calf that is red eyed, dark colored and conservatively marked. DAYTON is sound on the move and considering his age, possesses as much weight per day as any in the sale. The Golden Dan 4061 calves were consistently our heaviest at weaning, among both sexes, and should transmit desirable pay weight to a set of progeny. DAYTON’S young dam is a long, growth oriented, attractive fronted female with a tight udder suspension. Ranks in the top 5% for WW; 10% for YW, TM, REA; 20% for MILK.

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sire

19

BIG-GULLY 4061 DAY TON 785D HORNED | THL 785D

| Feb ru a r y 26, 2016

BR GOLDEN SPREAD DAN C BAR1 0235 GOLDEN DAN 4061 ET C MS BAILOUT 0235 ET BW

91lbs

CE

-0.8

BW

5.6

WW

63.6

YW MILK

99.9

26.4

| C03023691

BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517U HARLEY GAL 785Z BIG-GULLY 408 ROYALTY 781W TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

58.2 -0.005 0.61

0.03

1.3

SC

0.9

20

BIG-GULLY 2011 WEISER 266D

H O RN E D | M W F 2 6 6 D

| J a n u a r y 26, 2016

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET C 88X RIBEYE 2011 C H2 LADY 0036 BW

61lbs

CE

6.9

BW

-3.1

WW

34.6

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R RITA 166B BIG-GULLY PURE GOLD 166R

YW MILK

52.5

| C 03026725

27.8

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

45.1 -0.014 0.37

0.12

4.8

SC

0.8

Approximately 20% of our females are culled each year. At calving, our females will average 4.17 years of age.

Lot 20

WEISER is a potential lock for a calving ease bull to utilize on heifers while adding maternal value to a group of daughters. Both sides of his pedigree suggest low birth weight capability, coupled with his actual measure of 61 lbs and genetic predictions. Uniquely though, he is deep sided, muscularly built and attractive from the side. His dam dropped among the highest quality udders of the first calvers to go along with her correctness and balance in a strong maternal package. Ranks in the top 1% for BW; 5% for CE, MCE; 15% for MILK.

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16

dam


Lot 21

PAYETTE is conservatively marked, long bodied and correct in his look. Just as exciting, his dam is a big, long, sound uddered 611 daughter that should support retaining his replacement daughters. Based on the shape of his shoulder and genetic indicators, PAYETTE should also supply calving ease. His paternal half sisters by 2011 were first calved out this spring and are productive due to milk flow, udder construction and weaning a high percentage of their body weight. Ranks in the top 15% for MILK, REA; 20% for CE, BW, MCE.

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21

dam

BIG-GULLY 2011 PAYET TE 911D HORNED | LLH 911D | M a rch 5, 2016

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X ET C 88X RIBEYE 2011 C H2 LADY 0036 BW

94lbs

CE

3.4

BW

1.5

WW

49.1

KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 911Y BIG-GULLY MS PURE GOLD 911P

YW MILK

72

| C03023692

27.6

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

52.2 -0.020 0.55

0.02

2.9

SC

0.7

22

BIG-GULLY 301 BOULDER 53D

H O RN E D | M W F 5 3 D | Fe br u a r y 3, 2016

CRR 719 CATAPULT 109 CRR 109 OLD SCHOOL 301 CRR 435 KELLY 178 BW

99lbs

CE

2.8

BW

2.2

WW

57.8

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R STAN’S BELLE 53T BIG-GULLY GOLD DUST BELLE

YW MILK

87.1

| C 03023036

25

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

53.9 -0.012 0.59

-0.03

2.0

SC

0.8

A tattoo, ID tag, CCIA tag, Inforce 3 vaccine and Multi-Min 90 are administered to each calf at birth.

Lot 22

BOULDER is a very useful calf, not to overlook due to extra chrome. He is the second heaviest bull calf with excellent length, body depth, pin spread and scrotal development. His genetic profile reads on the better side of breed average for most traits. Maternally, his pedigree contains udder quality, eye appeal and correctness. The 53T cow served as a donor in our herd and was chosen to do so based on her ability to produce modest sized calves that grew quickly and developed stoutness and rib shape. A maternal brother was a highlight in our initial on-farm sale going to Brost Land & Cattle. Ranks in the top 15% for WW, REA; 20% for TM.

GE EPD

sire

17


Lot 23

NATALIE is a direct daughter of 2013 Agribition Champion Great Divide. His progeny are consistently growth driven, muscular and bold centered. NATALIE is no exception and incorporates those attributes in an attractive, sound package. A maternal half brother is being utilized by Spring Coulee Enterprises. Ranks in the top 10% for REA; 15% for WW; 20% for YW. PE’d to C 88X RIBEYE 2011, our calving ease sire whose structure, pigment and maternal strength should be a strong compliment. Our first 2011 daughters in production have milked well and raised a high percentage of their body weight. Estimated 30-35 days pregnant on August 22, corresponding with late-April calving.

GE EPD

dam

23

BIG-GULLY 102 NATALIE 366C

HORN ED | MW F 366C

| Feb ru a r y 22, 2015

CRR ABOUT TIME 743 WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 WRB ELIZABETH 1009 BW

90lbs

CE

-2.6

BW

5.1

WW

58.4

BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517 GOLD BOUNTY 366Z BIG-GULLY 1117 ROYAL GOLD

YW MILK

91

| C03010656

19.3

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

48.5 -0.027 0.67

-0.09

0.3

SC

0.8

24

BIG-GULLY 47R ANDREA 991C

H O RN E D | L L H 9 9 1 C

| Fe br u a r y 8, 2015

AGA 121G STANMORE 47R PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R PDHR 80G GENERAL LAS 91K BW

73lbs

CE

2.2

BW

1.7

WW

38.4

KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 BIG-GULLY 611 SENSATION 991Y BIG-GULLY I SENSATIONAL 991S

YW MILK

55.4

| C 03009775

25.8

TM

45

FAT

REA MARB MCE

-0.056 0.58

-0.15

1.5

SC

0.4

Most cows are removed from the herd by 10 years old, when productivity diminishes and superior progeny should have replaced them.

Lot 24

Physically, ANDREA is a level lined, deep sided, sound structured heifer that appears to be developing a quality udder. For those prioritizing calving ease, milking ability and maternal character, ANDREA should meet those expectations. Her dam, 991Y is a big bellied, sound uddered, middle aged cow that is a strong breeding piece for us. Ranks in the top 15% for REA; 20% for BW. AI’d to C 092X MILES 5001 ET on April 21. 5001 is the first Miles McKee son in Canada, and we feel just as high quality in many regards, but with added scale and performance. An exciting mating to a bull we hold in high regard. Estimated 130 days pregnant on August 22 to calve third week of January.

GE EPD

18

service


Lot 25

Very unique pedigree here, featuring past NWSS Champion Gran Torino. TORINA is a bold centered, stout hipped female with plenty of bone and overall volume. Her sire, Skyfall was the lead-off bull in our initial on-farm sale and was purchased by Double RN Ranching. His stoutness, growth and dimension are readily apparent in TORINA. She appears to be the type that should easily maintain her body condition when set into production. Ranks in the top 5% for WW, REA; 15% for YW. PE’d to C 88X RIBEYE 2011, a calving ease sire. 2011’s balance, structure and conservative markings should mate well with TORINA. Estimated 70 days pregnant on August 22 to calve third week of March.

GE EPD

25

service

BIG-GULLY 994A TORINA 186C HORNED | LLH 186C

WCC/CC 1009 GREAT DIVIDE 102 BIG-GULLY 102 SKYFALL 994A BIG-GULLY 611 HUNTRESS 994X BW

CE

100lbs -2.6

BW

6.1

WW

63.7

YW MILK

94.9

19.9

| M a rch 16, 2015

| C03011446

TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

-0.09

0.6

BIG-GULLY 631A HUNTRESS 718C HORNED | THL 718C

BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U BIG-GULLY 517U MCCLINTOCK 631A BIG-GULLY 6029 DOMINETTE 631U

C-S GRAN TORINO 8172 ET C TORINO LADY 1186 C MISS RAMBO 8058 51.8 -0.004 0.84

26

SC

0.6

BW

90lbs

CE

-0.3

BW

5.8

WW

56

YW MILK

89.2

23.2

| Apr i l 2, 2015

| C 03012686

PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG-GULLY 47R HUNTRESS 817Z BIG-GULLY 611 HUNTRESS 817W TM

FAT

REA MARB MCE

51.2 -0.023 0.62

-0.10

0.2

SC

0.7

Corn grazing will be utilized for the first time based on the success we’ve seen our customers have by utilizing it.

Lot 26

HUNTRESS is a long sided, sound structured and very short marked female with red eyes and a patch on her cheek. Her pedigree constitutes the mainstays of our breeding program for many years with 517U, 47R and 611. She is maternal in her look with excellent shape to her front one-third and straightness in her lines, and should develop strong udder quality based on the female backing. Ranks in the top 10% for REA; 20% for WW. PE’d to CRR 109 WALK OFF 549, the first son of Catapult purchased in Canada. WALK OFF is heterozygous polled and we are excited for the length, maternal quality and genetic profile we anticipate him to transmit. Estimated 85 days pregnant on August 22, corresponding with first week of March calving.

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service

19


27

BIG-GULLY 919D

P O L L E D | L LH 919X | Feb ru a r y 28, 2016

SAV PRODIGY 8101 PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R BIG GULLY 8101 HIGHWAYMAN 60A (Angus) BIG-GULLY D UNDENIABLE 919X (Hereford) BIG-GULLY 211P UNDENIABLE 991U CCC LOOKOUT LADY 0006

The lone F1 black baldy heifer calf this year would make an excellent junior prospect or brood cow. She is attractive from the profile with her straightness of lines and uniformity of body depth. From behind, she appears square topped and muscular out of her hip. She couples these characteristics with soundness and flexibility on the move. Both sides of her pedigree include productive females that lend themselves to milk flow, moderation of frame and proper maintenance of body condition.

Online bidding S A L E S TA R T Bidding will open December 5 at 9:00am and will closeout on December 8 at 5:30pm MST, simultaneously with the live sale. We will be hosting the live video sale on December 8 at Big Gully Farm, located 12 miles north of Maidstone, SK. Videos of the sale lots can be viewed at www.biggullyfarm.com. H O W T O PA R T I C I PAT E In order to participate in the online auction you will need to pre-register and obtain a buyer number. Go to the LiveAuctions website, www.liveauctions.tv, and select Big Gully’s Online/On-Farm Bull & Heifer Sale (you may need to create a user name and password if this is your first time). After logging in select the link that says, “register for a buyer number.” This form requires you to fill out your bank’s name, city, state, phone number and a contact. You may register to bid after bidding has opened but please remember that authorization to bid is not instantaneous. H O W T H E A U C T I O N W O R K S Once you have a username and have received a buyer number then you are ready to bid. You will see a screen that is unique to your user ID. There will be a list containing the sale lots. If

you click on a lot, the video clip or photo will be displayed to the right. The next bid, current price, proxy bid, and manual bid buttons will be displayed below the video area. This page will react to your bids by stating, “you are in” or “you are out.” No one else will be able to see your bid – that data is not accessible to the public. Each time you login, the auction screen will display your personal bidding information. Your auction screen is unique and private displaying your activity to only you. Remember that you must have the lot that you are bidding on selected. This is where it tells you if you are in or out. It is here where you can also see your proxy (automatic) bid settings as applicable. W H AT I S A P R OX Y B I D ? With a proxy bid you can enter your maximum bid and then sit back and watch. When you enter a proxy bid amount the LiveAuctions system automatically bids on your behalf up to your maximum bid. If the lot closes out for less than your maximum, that’s all you’ll have to pay. This means that you don’t have to keep coming back to re-bid every time another bid is placed. This makes it more convenient and less time consuming. It can also greatly assists

those breeders that can’t be near a computer or are busy with other duties at the time of the final bidding. Your maximum amount is kept confidential from other bidders and the seller. Even though you can see this amount on your screen, no one else can. The LiveAuctions system compares your bid to those of the other registered bidders and the system automatically places bids on your behalf, using only as much of your bid as is necessary to maintain your high bid position. The system will bid only up to your maximum amount as necessary to maintain you as the high bidder. If another bidder has a higher maximum, you’ll be outbid and the system will tell you that “YOU’RE OUT.” But, if no other bidder has a higher maximum you win the final bid. Q U E S T I O N S / A S S I S TA N C E If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact: Shari Leachman, 306-903-7289

Jessy Milne-Smith, 613-229-1073

Terms & Conditions

TERMS OF SETTLEMENT: The terms of the sale are cash or cheque, payable at par. The right of property shall not pass until settlement is made. All settlements must be made with clerks of the sale before cattle will be released. Payment terms can be arranged if you discuss them with Lance prior to the sale. BIDS & DISPUTES: Every animal in the video sale will be sold to the highest bidder. In case of disputes, bidding will be re-opened between the parties involved. If no further bid is made the buyer will be the person from whom the auctioneer accepted the last bid. The auctioneer’s decision in such matters will be final. PURCHASER’S RISK: Each animal becomes the risk of the purchaser as soon as sold. Animals will be cared for at the purchaser’s risk for a reasonable length of time. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION: Each animal will carry papers issued by the Canadian Hereford Association. A certificate of registry duly transferred will

be furnished to the buyer for each animal immediately after payment has been made. LIABILITY: Although every precaution will be taken to protect the safety and comfort of buyers, the auctioneer or owners assume no responsibility in this matter and disclaim any liability, legal or otherwise, in the event of an accident or loss of property. INSURANCE: We strongly recommend, but do not require that insurance is purchased for full value on each animal sold. Several insurance providers can be suggested if the buyer chooses this option. US FUNDS & EXPORT: Current exchange rates will be announced sale day. Big Gully Farm will do all the health testing and export papers required for shipment. We will deliver the cattle across the border and assist in further shipping arrangements from there. Cost is the responsibility of the buyer from that point on. ANNOUNCEMENTS: All announcements made from

the auction block will take precedence over the printed matter in the catalogue. Buyers are therefore cautioned to pay close attention to such disclosures. HEALTH: All animals in the sale have met all necessary health requirements. Calves are given Multimin 90, Somnustar PH and Inforce 3 at birth. Calves receive Ivermectin, Bovi-Shield Gold FP5 and Tasvax 8 at pasture turnout. Calves receive Multimin 90, Ivermectin and BoviShield Gold FP5 two weeks prior to weaning. Heifers and cows are treated with Bovi-Shield Gold FP5 and Tasvax 8 one month prior to breeding. Heifers receive ScourGuard 4 KC six weeks before calving and cows/heifers receive ScourGuard 4 KC three weeks before calving. Ivermectin is administered to all cattle twice per year. ABSENTEE BIDS: Bidders unable to attend the sale may phone their bids and instructions to the auctioneer, ringman or special representatives. Bids must be received in sufficient time prior to the sale.


• open house day • CUSTOMER APPRECIATION thank you to ever yone who attended our inaugural open house


Shari and Frances attended the World Hereford Conference hosted in Montevideo, Uruguay, during April 2016. They were fortunate to see progeny of Stanmore 47R and Bounty 517U in production. The Uruguayan breeders were terrific hosts with excellent livestock, scenery, food and hospitality extended to all participants.

2015

LEARNING AWARD WINNERS These two young cattle enthusiasts embody the characteristics that were important to Buddy throughout his life, and we are proud to support their endeavours in the industry.

Larissa Lupul

WORLD HEREFORD

CONFERENCE

Toby Noble


Successful applicants will possess: • • • • • •

This award has been organized in memory of

Buddy Leachman of Big Gully Farm

to recognize and reward young people who invoke the values, character and strengths he possessed. Some of Buddy’s fondest moments involved h  earing about or watching young people raise and/or exhibit livestock by recognizing the skill, compassion and character they displayed in doing so. Two awards in the amount of $1,500 will be awarded annually to one young man and one young woman. This award will recognize promising youth who may not favor school or post-secondary education, yet have a strong affinity for beef cattle education and the advancement of their skills related to a future in that professional field. For more information or clarification regarding the award, please contact Lance at 306-903-7299 Submission of applications will be open Sept. 15, 2016, through Nov. 30, 2016. Successful applicants will be notified prior to Dec. 15, 2016. All other details regarding submission, selection and awarding procedures will be at the discretion of the selection committee and Leachman family. Send applications in typed, hard copy format to: Big Gully Farm Beef Cattle Learning Award c/o Lance Leachman P.O. Box 535, Maidstone, SK, S0M 1M0

Exceptional WO R K E T H I C PA S S I O N for the cattle industry H O N E S T Y and I N D EP EN D EN T T H I N K I N G W I LLI N G N E S S to listen and take initiative Clear details of and directions toward F U T U R E G OA L S Sense of H U M O R and EN J O Y M EN T O F LI F E

This award will not be related to scholastic achievement or academic standing, nor can it be applied toward post-secondary tuition, books, lodging, etc. The value of each award may be utilized to offset expenses incurred by each recipient while initiating a beef cattle-related experience that will instill life-long skills and knowledge. Once the experience has been finalized, the award will be released to each of the two recipients and must be utilized within the calendar year following reception of the award. These experiences could include, but are not limited to: 1) Participation or attendance at a beef cattle event (exhibition, show, conference, convention, etc.) 2) Participation in a clinic, camp or workshop (judging, fitting, showmanship, nutrition, etc.) 3) Participation in extra-curricular course (artificial insemination, embryo transfer, auctioneer, etc.) 4) Opportunity to visit and learn from a respected person or potential mentor who is agreeable.

Eligibility requirements for consideration of this award include: 1) Young beef cattle enthusiasts aged 16-25 on Jan. 1 of the calendar year. 2) A 1-2 page paper (with contact details) describing: • The experience they wish to initiate • The likely timeline of experience • Estimated expenses related to experience • Their long term plans or goals for involvement with beef cattle • The perceived benefit the experience will offer toward those future plans/goals 3) The names and phone numbers of two character references From applications received, the selection committee will review all submissions and possibly contact references before completing a short list. At that point, personal telephone interviews will be conducted with the short list finalists before coming to a conclusion and choosing two recipients. At the conclusion of their learning initiative, each successful applicant will be expected to share the knowledge and skills gained with the Leachman family through a personal visit or via a phone conversation.

S ELE C T I O N CO M M I T T EE : STEPHEN MYER, GREG PUGH, JACKIE PAYNE, CHRISTIE GABEL, KURTIS REID


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GE EPD

C 88X RIBEYE 2011 HORNED

GE EPD

GE EPD

SLDK VENDETTA V-9 ET HORNED CRR 109 WALK OFF 549 HET POLLED

C 092X MILES 5001 ET HORNED

NJW 98S R117 RIBEYE 88X X C HARLAND TOO ET ANKONIAN MIDAS 72 X REMITALL ONLINE 122L CRR 719 CATAPULT 109 X CRR 552 SPENSER 734 C MILES MCKEE 2103 ET X CRR ABOUT TIME 743 CE BW WW

6.1 0.2 49.3

YW MILK FAT

71

REA MARB MCE SC

37.7 -0.030 0.40

0.21

5.1

0.9

CE BW WW

-0.3

5

YW MILK FAT

REA MARB MCE SC

67.7 110.3 24.9 0.000 0.57

sire/service sire of lots 12, 20, 21, 23, 25

0.21

2.7

0.5

CE BW WW

6.1 0.2 49.3

sire of lot 2

GE EPD

YW MILK FAT

71

REA MARB MCE SC

37.7 -0.030 0.40

0.21

5.1

0.9

CE BW WW

1

4.2

55

service sire of lot 26

GE EPD

YW MILK FAT

81

REA MARB MCE SC

35 -0.083 0.68

0.11

2.1

0.6

service sire of lot 24

GE EPD

BIG-GULLY 102 SKYFALL 994A HORNED BIG-GULLY 517U MCCLINTOCK 631A PDHR 20J STANMORE 47R HORNED ECR LOOSE CHANGE 1251 POLLED BIG-GULLY 611 BOUNTY 517U X DOMINO 6029 AGA 131G STANMORE 20J X C 18C GENERAL D GREAT DIVIDE 102 X KSU BOUNTY HUNTER 611 PURPLE CURRENCY 24U X WRANGLER 19D CE BW WW

-1.3 5.9 58.2

YW MILK FAT

90.1

REA MARB MCE SC

21.6 -0.009 0.68 -0.04 -0.8

sire of lot 25

0.5

CE BW WW

1.5 5.8 53.4

YW MILK FAT

89.7

REA MARB MCE SC

20.1 -0.018 0.42 -0.04

sire of lots 10, 26

0

0.8

CE BW WW

2.9 2.2 42.8

YW MILK FAT

68.4

REA MARB MCE SC

28.3 -0.041 0.62 -0.04

sire of lots 9, 24

1.4

0.5

CE BW WW

YW MILK FAT

REA MARB MCE SC

4.0 3.9 75.3 116.9 12.7 0.000 1.25 -0.12

sire of lot 8

2.9

0.6

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Maidstone, SK