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Kirk Wildman

9 chairman, Canadian Angus foundation

On behalf of the Canadian Angus Foundation, I would like to thank everyone for their interest in the 9th Building the Legacy Sale. With generous donations and a lot of leg work by a dedicated committee and staff, the sale has come together in a new and exciting online format. The Foundation continues to work on projects and commitments to Juniors, research, education and Angus history even in these unprecedented times. Though many of us have been in a bit of limbo as breeders, our young people and new breeders are starting their herds and working on their education. We feel these groups need our support more than ever and have continued with scholarships, and the Junior Ambassador, Outstanding Young Angus Breeder and Junior Stockman competitions. Foundation dollars have been leveraged to greatly enhance research projects aimed at improving Angus genetics for all members. The archives have also been hugely enhanced in recent years as we feel that without realizing our past we cannot advance our future. There are a lot of new and innovative lots in the sale this year that should appeal to many demographics. Please check them out and if you have any questions or need details clarified, contact any of the sales staff or the CAF directors. As I have said in the past, our Foundation Board of Directors takes the stewardship of your dollars very seriously and looks forward to your perusal of this year’s offering. Thanks again to our donors and buyers. Many of you have been with us since the first Building the Legacy sale and have been involved on both sides of the ledger. We hope to see many of you at the Angus events leading up to the final drop of the gavel on Saturday night!

Sheldon Kyle

President, Canadian Angus Association

The Building the Legacy fundraiser auction has been a huge success story for the Canadian Angus Foundation. Much of this success can be attributed the individuals who had the vision to establish this initiative and the generosity of our Angus fraternity. The funds raised through this auction are used to support the important work of investing in our juniors, research and education initiatives and preserving our Canadian Angus history. Traditionally this event coincides with our National Convention and Annual General Meeting. The world we live in has caused us to all become increasingly adaptive and fluid with our event planning. This year’s auction will be an online format and will coincide with the festivities planned at Angus Central for our members in lieu of our traditional convention, along with the ‘Hybrid Style’ Showdown 2021 in Olds. Please take the time to look through the items that have been generously donated in this offering, as there will be something for everyone. Thank you for your consideration and support. Remember the one who holds the last bid is the winner!!

Special thanks to our 2021 donors Alta Genetics Austen Anderson Bannockburn Valley Angus Bar E-L Angus BeefSmart Consulting Inc. Belinda Wagner Blairs.Ag Cattle Co. Boehringer-Ingelheim Animal Health Canada Inc. Bouchard Livestock International Bova-Tech Bow Valley Genetics Canadian Angus Association Canadian Sires — ­ a division of Bohrson Marketing Services Cudlobe Angus Cudlobe Angus West Davis-Rairdan DLMS/Cattle Vids

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Flat Top Cattle Co. Gail Wildman Gavin Cattle Company Geis Angus Get-A-Long Stock Farm Glacier FarmMedia Graham & Karen McLean Hamilton Farms Home Grown Photography James Arnott Jenna Loveridge Photography Jessica Davey Photography Justin Carvey Fitting KBJ Round Farms Keystone Angus Kiani Evans Livestock Media Plus MacKinnon-Holland Family M & J Farms

Manitoba Angus Association Martin Deerline McEwen’s Fuels & Fertilizer Miller Wilson Angus Morgan A.I. Services New Life Mills New Rosedale Feeds Norhiem Ranching Northern Alberta Angus Club Northline Angus Nutrien Ag Solutions OBI Livestock Ltd. Park Mazda Proven Seed Pugh Farms Quick Dick McDick Ramblin’ Rose Creative Ranch Revival Ranchland Vet Supply

Red Eagle Acres Resby Coutts Robert Geis Saskatchewan Angus Association SE Saskatchewan Angus Showcase Semex Sheldon Kyle Shiloh Cattle Company Six Mile Ranch Southern Alberta Angus Club Story Brokers Team Koe Thomas Wildman Tyler Harris Cattle Photography Viper Technology Group Wheatley River Angus Farm Windy Ridge Ultrasound Worth-a-Bit Angus Young Dale Angus


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Thank you

to our past Building the Legacy donors

8 C’s Cattle Co. 2018 Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society 2016 ABS Global Inc 2013 Accelerated Genetics 2016 Allandale Angus 2019 Alberta Angus Association 2014, 2018 Allflex Canada 2015, 2019 Allison Farms Red Angus 2018 Alta Genetics 2012­–19 American Angus Association 2016 American Angus Hall of Fame 2013­–14, 17 ***Anderson Cattle Co. 2017 AngusBreeder.net­­—PJ Budler 2017 *** Arda Farms/Freeway Angus 2015 Artisan Farms 2016­–19 Aspen Hill Angus 2017 Atlasta Angus 2015, 2019 Austen Anderson 2012, 2014, 2017 Avula Safaris 2018 Bandura Ranches 2012, 2016 Bannockburn Maples Angus 2016 Bannockburn Valley Farm 2016 Bar-E-L Angus 2013, 2015­–19 Barry LaBatte 2016, 2019 Basin Angus 2019 BC Angus Association 2017 Belinda Wagner 2014­–18 Belvin Angus 2012, 2019 Benchmark Angus 2019 Bill and Tyler Fulton 2013 Blacklane Farms 2016­–18 Blairs.Ag Cattle Co. 2012­–18 Blairswest Land and Cattle 2017 Blue Mountains Angus 2019 Border Butte Angus 2012 Boss Lake Genetics 2018 Botany Angus 2017 Bouchard Livestock International 2016­–18 Bow Valley Genetics Inc. 2012, 2014­–19 Brooking Angus Ranch 2014, 2016­–17, 2019 Calgary Stampede 2015 Canadian Angus Association 2012­–19 Canadian Sires—a division of Bohrson Marketing Services 2014­–2019 Canadian Western Agribition 2014­–16 C.D. Land & Cattle 2018 Chapman Cattle Company 2019 Cockburn Red Angus 2018 *** Crescent Creek Angus 2017­–18 CSI Angus 2015 *** Cudlobe Farms 2012-13, 2015­–19 Dave & Yvonne Hinman 2017 Davis-Rairdan International 2013 Dead Wood Furniture 2014 Delorme Ranch 2017 Diamond C Ranch 2017 Diamond T Cattle Co. 2015­–16 DJH & Associates Ltd. 2013 DLMS 2017-19 Dorran Marketing Inc. 2014­–16 Doug & Kathy Fee 2015 Dr. Dale Aylward 2019 *** Dwajo Angus 2014, 2019 *** Eastondale Angus 2014, 2017 Ebon Hill Farms 2016­–2017 EBY Trailers 2019 Enright Farms 2017­–18 Everblack Angus 2019 EverythingAngus.com 2012 Eye Hill Stock Farm 2019 *** Ferme Clevely 2014, 2016 Ferme des Collines 2015­–16

*** Ferme Gagnon Inc. 2016 Flesch Farms Inc. 2018 Forsyth Ranch 2014 French River 2012 Gail Wildman 2016­–18 Garvie Mountain Angus 2015­–17 GenerVations 2013 Genex 2013­–2014 Gilchrist Farms 2016­–18 Glacier FarmMedia­­—Mike Millar 2016­–19 Glen Gabel Angus 2018­–19 Glen Islay Angus 2013 Goad Family Angus 2017 Golden Thread Livestock Images 2019 Grady C. Dickerson 2018 Greenwood Limousin & Angus 2018 Greg Comstock & Doug Fee 2012 GRP—Grant Rolston Photography 2015­–16 ***Hamco Cattle Co. 2017 Hamilton Farms 2013­–15, 2018­–19 ***Harvest Angus 2014, 2017­–19 HBH Farms Inc. 2017 Heart of the Valley Farms 2018 Heart Valley Angus 2017 Henderson Cattle Co. 2015­–17 Hidden Creek Farm Inc. 2017 Hillberg & Berk 2014 Hollinger Land & Cattle 2015 Holtby Farms 2019 Howe Family Farm 2016, 2019 Ian Selte 2017 J Bar Dee Farms 2018 James Arnott, Coul Angus 2015, 2017­–19 JD Farms 2016­–17 *** Johnson Livestock Angus 2014, 2016 Justamere Farms Ltd. 2013­–16, 2018 K3 Ranch 2019 Kane Veterinary Supplies 2015, 2019 KBJ Round Farms 2016 Kemp Family Livestock 2017 Kolby Heaven 2017 *** Lauron Red Angus 2015, 2019 Lazy MC Angus 2013­–15, 2018 Lee & Leanne Carfantan 2012 *** Leeuwenburgh Angus 2015­–16 Lewis Farms 2015, 2019 *** LLB Angus 2012­–2013 Lookout Stock Farm 2012 Lorenz Angus Farm 2012 Mac Angus Farms 2016 Manitoba Angus Association 2016 Mar Mac Farms 2013­–14, 2017 Maritime Angus Association 2019 McEntire Red Angus 2017 ***Merit Cattle Co. 2017 Mexican Angus Association 2015 Miller Wilson Angus 2012­–19 Minburn Angus 2018 MJT Cattle Co. 2017, 2019 Mogcks Angus Farm 2017 Mount Tremblant Resort 2016 Nelson Hirsche Purebreds 2017 Netherton Angus 2016 Nordal Angus 2017­–18 Northline Angus 2013, 2016­–17 Nu-Horizon Angus 2017 Oberle Circle 7 2016, 2019 Ole Farms 2016 Order of Duty Syndicate 2017 Otter Creek Farms 2017­–18 Paige Albrecht Fine Art & Leather 2016 Peak Dot Ranch Ltd. 2013­–14

Peter J. Campbell 2015 Pieper Red Angus 2017 Poplar Meadows Angus 2013­–14, 2016­–19 Prairie Pistol Designs 2014 Premier Livestock/Hasson Cattle Co./Clear View Angus 2017­–19 Quebec Angus Association 2015 Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre 2014 Rage Syndicate 2017 Rainbow Red Angus 2014, 2019 Rainbow Trailers Inc. 2017 Ramada Plaza Regina 2014 Rebecca Shuttleworth 2019 ***Red Moon Angus 2018 ***Redrich Farms 2014­–16, 2018 Reich Angus 2019 Reid Angus 2015­–18 Remitall Farms 2013, 2015­–18 Richmond Ranch Ltd. 2016­–18 Rob Holowaychuk, OBI 2015­–17 Rock Point Angus 2018 *** Rodgers Red Angus 2015 RSL Red Angus 2017 Rust Mountain View Ranch 2016, 2019 Sandy Margetts 2012 Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference 2014 Saskatchewan Roughriders 2014 *** Sealin Creek Ranch 2018 Select Sires 2013­–14, 2016 Semex 2013­–2018 Service Animal Noiseux Enr 2016 *** Shiloh Cattle Company 2019 ShowChampions 2019 Six Mile Ranch Ltd. 2013­–19 Slack Farms 2018 Smithbilt Hats Inc. 2015 *** South View Ranch 2014, 2017, 2019 Spruce Meadows 2015 Stauffer Ranches 2019 Steve & Terri Dorran 2016­–17 Still Meadows Farm 2018 Sunberry Valley Ranch 2016 Susan Thompson 2014 T Bar C Cattle Co. 2013­–2019 Tambri Angus 2016­–18 T-Down Trailers Ltd. 2019 Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort 2014 Ter-Ron Farms 2013, 2015­–16, 2018­–19 Thistle Ridge Ranch 2019 Today’s Publishing 2019 Towaw Cattle Co. Ltd. 2012­–19 Triple L Angus 2018 Triple S Cattle Co. 2013, 2015, 2017 TSN Angus 2017, 2019 Tullamore Angus 2014­–16 U-2 Ranch 2015­–16, 2018 Vikse Family Farms 2016 Vision 2000 2014 W. Sunrise Angus 2017­–18 Wayne & Arlene Gallup 2016 Wheeler’s Stock Farm 2014, 2016­–17 *** Wilbar Cattle Co. 2014, 2018­–19 Wood Coulee Cattle Co. 2016­–17 Worth-a-Bit Angus 2016 *** WRAZ Red Angus 2017 *** Young Dale Angus 2014, 2017 Zoetis 2015­–16 *** indicates donor of a “’Pick-of-the-Herd’ Heifer”

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Sales consultants Bouchard Livestock International Brian Bouchard...................................403-813-7999 Chad Lorenz........................................403-896-9585

Bidding opens August 25, 2021 – 1:00 PM MDT Bidding soft closes Racehorse Style with extended bidding August 28, 2021 – 6:00 PM MDT Bidding Close & Follow-up

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Bohrson Marketing Services Scott Bohrson...................................... 403-370-3010 Taylor Richards.................................... 306-821-4169 Rob Voice.............................................306-270-6082 Geoff Anderson................................... 306-731-7921 Martin Bohrson...................................306-220-7901 Jaxon Payne.........................................306-830-0456 Jay Sibbald...........................................403-899-2625 Cody Haney..........................................403-845-8806 Castlerock Marketing Shane Castle........................................306-741-7485 Devin Warrilow.....................................780-581-4329 Mark Forsyth........................................306-784-7844 First Class Cattle Marketing Darnell Fornwald.................................403-795-8030 Shay Martindale.................................. 780-812-4581 Jonathan Karsin..................................204-870-0329 OBI Livestock Ltd. Mark Holowaychuk..............................403-896-4990 Roger Peters........................................403-828-9815 Kylie Simpson......................................780-385-8446 Jesse Emery.........................................780-284-3490 DLMS Internet Bidding Mark Shologan....................................780-699-5082 For more lot information, please contact the donor or: Belinda Wagner • bwagner@cdnangus.ca • 306-537-1518 Myles Immerkar • ceo@cdnangus.ca • 403-542-2088 Terms of Sale

All payments are made directly to Canadian Angus Foundation (CAF), Box 3771, Regina, SK S4P 3N8, with the exception of the Canadian Junior Angus (CJA) calendar pages and donation lot listed at the end of the sale, which will be payable to the CJA and sent to the same address/email. Following the sale you will receive an invoice by email from the FarmGate system. Please make sure you watch for this invoice as it may end up in your junk/spam folder. If you do not see the invoice by the end of day Monday please call 306-537-1518 to receive a second copy. Payment Options - Send a cheque or etransfer to the CAF or CJA following the sale or payment may processed to the credit card on your file with Canadian Angus. The purchaser is responsible for any shipping costs associated with purchase. After payment has been received the donor and purchaser will be emailed paid release notification. At this point shipping/pickup can then be arranged between the two parties. • No guarantees are made, lots are sold as is, with the description supplied by the donor.

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SCHIEFELBEIN SHOWMAN 338 x BAR-E-L BRIDE 28C

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2133416

1 package of 2 embryos

IMP 338F

Sire Dam of 28C

January 29, 2018

1877390 YHB 28C February 9, 2015

SCHIEFELBEIN ATTRACTIVE 4565 SCHIEFELBEIN SHOWMAN 338 FROSTY ELBA 3745

Dam

BAR-E-L NATURAL LAW 52Y BAR-E-L BRIDE 28C DBRL 94T BRIDE 4W

SIRE EPDs

BW 0.7 WW 88 YW 163 MILK 26 MCE 10

DAM EPDs

BW 2 WW 54 YW 82 MILK 17 MCE 9

We are excited to donate these powerful genetics for the Foundation auction. As most are aware, the Bride cow family continues to produce some of our best at Bar-E-L. Bar-E-L Bride 28C is superb. At a glance you instantly know you like her. Her flawless udder, powerful rib capacity and maternal look are admired by the most discriminating of seedstock producers. Schiefelbein Showman 338 has set the standard for market acceptability and sale features wherever offered. Embryos at Bow Valley Genetics (exportable).

donated by Lot

Bar-E-L Angus—the Longshore family • 403-740-6788 (Dave) • barelangus@gmail.com • www.bar-e-l.com

SAV Madame Pride 0151 x KR Casino

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1 package of 3 Embryos

1957560 IMP 0151X March 2, 2010

2042212 IMP 0243D January 27, 2016

Blairs Rose 642G Paternal sister to embryos

BLACK JACK 001 Sire CFCC KR CASINO 6243

MALSONS SAVANNAH 27Y

SAV RENOVATION 6822 High selling sire group in the last SAV sale Maternal brother to embryos

Dam

sire EPDs

BW 4.9 WW 61

dam EPDs

BW 2.5 WW 55

S A V 004 DENSITY 4336 S A V MADAME PRIDE 0151 S A V MADAME PRIDE 0075

YW 114 MILK 36 MCE 2

YW 93 MILK 25 MCE -3

A special combination featuring none other than a direct daughter of the maternal matriarch of the SAV program, SAV Madame Pride 0075, who is the second high income producing cow in SAV history. She served the SAV program for nearly 18 years. One of her most recent sons SAV America set the new industry standard when he sold for $1.51 million in 2019. Casino was the feature bull of the 2018 Krebs Sale bringing a unique pedigree, balanced numbers and outstanding phenotype that saw success in the show ring in 2017. Paired with the maternal power of Madame Pride, something special may be brewing here.

donated by 6

Blairs.Ag Cattle Co. • the Blair family • 306-365-7922 (Kevin) • kevin@blairs.ag • www.blairscattleco.com

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HF Miss Erica 141Z x HA Cowboy Up 5405

A&B

2 packages of 3 Embryos each OUTSIDE 3008 Sire HA HA COWBOY UP 5405

SIRE EPDs

BW 2.6 WW 75 YW 137 MILK 15 MCE 5

DAM EPDs

BW 1.4

WW 42

(Exportable and stored at DRI) 1937042 IMP 5405C January 30, 2015

HF TIGER 5T HF MISS ERICA 141Z LLB MISS ERICA 353L

Dam

HA BLACKCAP LADY 1602

1683131 HAMI 141Z January 26, 2012

YW 81 MILK 27 MCE 6

We can go on endlessly about the value of the Tiger daughters in our herd. They are the foundation to a superior cow herd. Miss Erica 141Z (x HF Tiger 5T) has been a consistent producer in the Hamilton cow herd… the reason she is now in the donor pen. Erica has landed herd sires into various purebred operations like Lone Oak Cattle in Iowa for $16,000, a Cowboy Up son to KS Cattle Corp (Kendall Gaboury) for $17,000, an HF Syndicate 213Z son to Kary Family Farm for $11,000 and two Showman sons this spring to Dave Woywitka for $19,000 and to Roy Mac Angus for $17,000 just to name a few. Cowboy Up 5405 needs no introduction; the progeny are probably some of the most consistent cattle ever raised at Hamilton Farms. Cowboy Up is an outlier with high performance, impressive growth and truly a breed changer. Cowboy Up can brag about producing high sellers and pick of the heifer calves which were purchased by KT Ranches and Ranch Covey Hill.

126H to Roy Mac Angus

Lot

217E to KS Cattle Corp

89H to Dave Woywitka

HF Tibbie 258W x Musgrave 316 Stunner

103 1 package of 3 Embryos

1511373 HAMI 258W January 30, 2009

(Exportable and stored at DRI) 1995252 IMP 1676D February 19, 2016

For those who have toured Hamilton Farms in the summer months, you will see why we take pride in our cow herd! The maternal power is where it all begins. Tibbie 258W as well as a maternal sister are designated as donor cows with four other sisters retained in the herd. Also pictured is HF Tibbie 86G, who sold in the 2020 Angus Collection Sale to 3G Cattle Ventures for $22,000, and this female is a full sibling to the embryos on offer. Tibbie 86G has a lot of shape, stoutness, balance, and presence topped off with impeccable feet and udder. Musgrave Stunner has made his mark in the breed, siring progeny that are very consistent in their type with true Angus character. CAPITALIST 316 Sire LD Dam MUSGRAVE 316 STUNNER MCATL BLACKBIRD 831-1378

sire EPDs DAM EPDs

donated by

BW BW

0.2 WW 1.6 WW

DUFF ENCORE 702 HF TIBBIE 258W HF TIBBIE 153R

69 YW 118 MILK 24

MCE 4

28 YW 45 MILK 24

MCE 7

HF Tibbie 86G

Hamilton Farms - the Hamilton family • 403-540-3186 (Rob) • 403-540-8291 (Gail) • angus@hamiltonfarms.ca • www.hamiltonfarms.ca

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GEIS 155U X Red KJH Power Takeoff OR

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1485481 GEIS 155U March 13, 2008

1 package of 3 Embryos

1954701 IMP 6717D

February 4, 2016

GEIS 155U x Red CC Expansion 5E OR

CHOICE of 3 matings

1485481 GEIS 155U March 13, 2008

836778 CCF 5E February 3, 1995

GEIS 139’06 x Red Corner Creek Cash 2R 1314155 GEIS 139S February 1, 2006

1290528 FKZ 2R January 7, 2005

SOO LINE POWER EYE 161X Sire RED Dam RED KJHT POWER TAKE OFF RED SRA PAINTBUCKET

sire EPDs

Cash 2R

dam EPDs

BW 1.8 BW 5.5

WW 34

YW 74 MILK 21 MCE 7

YW 62 MILK 24 MCE 1

WW 35

ROCK CREEK TREK Sire RED RED CC EXPANSION 5E

RED COULEE CREST ANNETTE 4C

sire EPDs

BW 2.7

dam EPDs

BW 5.5

WW 33 WW 35

RED SOO LINE GLADIATOR 5297 GEIS LASSIE 155’08 CROWFOOT LASSIE 5849R

Dam

RED SOO LINE GLADIATOR 5297 GEIS LASSIE 155’08 CROWFOOT LASSIE 5849R

YW 73 MILK 22 MCE 5

YW 62 MILK 24 MCE 1

PIE ATLANTIC 2204 GEIS APPROVAL 37’04 Sire RED Dam RED RED CORNER CREEK CASH 2R RED GEIS BLOCKANA 139’06 Daughter of 155U

RED NORTHLINE PRINCESS 59L

sire EPDs

BW 3.6

WW 54

RED JD LANN BLOCKANA 5M

YW 74 MILK 19 MCE -1

Geis Lassie 155’08 is a Black-Red Carrier cow that has never missed since dam EPDs BW 0.5 WW 19 YW 36 MILK 27 MCE 2 she was purchased in the historic Geis Angus Dispersal. She combines the Gladiator and Rab Star red bloodlines with Bando and Innovator Crowfoot black genetics. The $8,000 heifer calf in the 2020 Masterpiece Sale, pictured here, was a granddaughter of 155U. That young cow is a powerful female with a really good udder and would be a full sib to the Expansion embryos offered as one of the choices here. Red CC Expansion 5E was a dark red female maker that is probably best known for siring the legendary Red Towaw Indeed 104H. Red Corner Creek Cash 2R is known across North America for his sons and daughters alike, produced from the Blairs.Ag program. His semen, if you can find it, is very valuable. KJHT Power Takeoff is arguably the best son of the immortal Red Soo Line Power Eye. Power Takeoff took the 2019 show season by storm. He is an easy fleshing, eye appealing, fertile machine that is siring champions across North America. Whatever choice the buyer makes, they are sure to receive progeny that will have lots of performance, fertility, maternal strength and the “look” to take a program to the next level. Thanks to Jannette for her first donation to Building the Legacy.

donated by Lot Your choice From the current Miller Wilson inventory Red Eagle Acres • Jannette Conway • 403-391-9109 • neterbug@hotmail.com

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or what will be produced before January 1, 2022

1 package of 2 embryos

The Miller Wilson breeding philosophy was rooted in the simple: do not follow trends; breed for maternal, focus on the strongest cow herd you can build and the rest will fall into place! This strategy has earned Miller Wilson a reputation for breeding champions, including the 2019 Supreme Champion of the World; 2018 Canadian Angus Show Bull of the Year; 2018 Farmfair International Supreme Champion Bull; and 2018 Canadian Western Agribition RBC Beef Supreme Champion Bull. These generous long-time supporters of the Foundation and donors to Building the Legacy are offering a choice of two embryos from the current Miller Wilson inventory or something to be produced later this year. What an opportunity to add some Miller Wilson genetics to your herd!

donated by 8

Miller Wilson Angus - the Wilson family • 780-608-0257 (Lee) • 780-781-9733 (Dawn) • dmm.mwangus@gmail.com • www.millerwilsonangus.ca

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Hamco Countess 417T x Square B Atlantis

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1388221 DSH 417T March 24, 2007

1 package of 3 Embryos

2192495

Countess 417T was a S A V RAINFALL 6846 PRAIRIELANE IDEAL 1418-0051 SQUARE B ATLANTIS 8060 BLACK HAMCO COUNTESS 417T must see when visiting ELBANNA OF CONANGA 1209 BLACK HAMCO SIMPSON 330N Young Dale Angus. Her unique pedigree and sire EPDs BW 1 WW 68 YW 118 MILK 30 MCE 3 great structure mated to BW 4.5 WW 55 YW 92 MILK 24 MCE 8 dam EPDs this young sire is sure to be the front pasture kind. 417T is first known as the dam of Young Dale Hi Definition 185B, twotime Manitoba Ag Ex Angus Champion and Supreme Champion Bull, 2015 Canadian Western Agribition Grand Champion Bull and two-time top 10 qualifier.

Dam

Sire

185B

donated by Lot

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IMP 060F August 24, 2018

Young Dale Angus • 306-928-4810 • youngdaleangus@xplornet.com • www.youngdaleangus.com

Cudlobe queen 6E x Baldridge Colonel C251

1 package of 2 Embryos

1990589 JB 6E JANUARY 10, 2017

2046382 IMP 251C

April 23, 2015

Cudlobe Queen 15B – dam of 6E

Cudlobe Queen 6E is a herd building cow that entered our embryo program very early on in her life. She is a very balanced, moderate cow that is sired by KCF Bennett The Rock and goes back to the Legendary Cudlobe In Focus 5S on her mother’s side. She stands out for combining exceptional low CE and BW with big performance and carcass EPDs. She was recently purchased by Stevenson Angus Ranch in Montana to join their donor program.

XPAND X743 Sire BALDRIDGE BALDRIDGE COLONEL C251 BALDRIDGE ISABEL Y69

sire EPDs dam EPDs

BW 1.4 BW -0.3

WW 66 WW 71

C F BENNETT THEROCK A473 Dam KCUDLOBE QUEEN 6E CUDLOBE QUEEN 15B

YW 129 MILK 30 MCE 6

YW 134 MILK 17 MCE 13

These two embryos are sired by Baldridge Colonel, the 2017 $580,000 high selling paternal grandson of Hoover Dam. He has proven himself as an industry leading sire for improving feet and feed efficiency. These embryos are a rare combination in Canada and will make for some very exceptional offspring.

donated by

Cudlobe Angus West • Mat Bolduc 403-625-1113 or David Bolduc 403-625-0499 • www.cudlobeangus.com

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Choice of a Pregnancy from Poss Deadwood

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44 Ruby 4382 A full sister to Bragging Rights

Angus Hill 6108 Rita 809 Dam of high selling $45,000 heifer at Angus Hill in 2019

Baldridge Blackcap W70 Dam of top $b bull January–June last year and her son Keystone Sheriff at Alta has a 355 $c

donated by Lot

EXAR Blackbird 0619 8809 granddaughter

G A R Complete N281 Dam of top $ cow last year and the calf would be a maternal sibling to Arkonian Paragon’s dam

Poss Deadwood

& Baldridge Isabel B759 a full sister to Baldridge Isabel Y69 (pictured here)

CCC Blackbird 1506 A maternal sister to Sandpoint Blackbird 8809 who has produced over $7M in progeny sales

The resulting progeny from these exciting matings will most likely be the first Deadwood progeny born in Canada. Poss Deadwood led the 2021 Bull sale season selling for $900,000 at the 2021 Poss bull sale. This son of Poss Maverick was admired by many who have seen him. A unique opportunity! Matings subject to successful pregnancies. Choice to be made in the fall after pregnancy is sexed. Recipients can be accessed in Iowa or Ontario.

Keystone Angus, Brad Beharrell • keystonelimousin@hotmail.com • 519-933-7547

Red U2 Genesis 103G

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2095807 DUA 103G January 13, 2019

1 PACKAGE OF 5 STRAWS

Genesis is the one of elite calving ease highlights of the 2020 Red Angus bull sales. He is the result of a multi-year search for a strong footed, heifer safe Red Angus sire out of an exceptional, proven cow. Genesis combines the desirable traits of fleshing ability, substance, hair quality, and maternal integrity. He stands on four excellent, dark coloured feet. The cherry on top is his proven pedigree, being a son of the ageless legend Magnum 169W crossed with possibly the best daughter of the highly maternal Copenhagen, Lakota 54B. Lakota 54B is phenotypically as intriguing of a female as you can find in any breed and she was one of the high selling red females in the U2 dispersal for $55,000. Genesis is her first son and he is positioned for greatness and will be sure to leave his mark on the industry. His 12.0 CED ranks top 4% of the breed while ranking top 15% for weaning and top 2% for YW. He is quickly proving himself to be a true curve bender.

LAZY MC HUSTLE 18T Sire RED RED HOWE MAGNUM 169W Dam RED HOWE MS MAT 216N

EPDs

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BW -1.9 WW 46 YW 99

Canadian Sires - a division of Bohrson Marketing Services - the Bohrson family 403-370-3010 Scott bohrsonmarketing@gmail.com • www.bohrson.com/canadian-donors

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S A V America 8018

110

2161873

1 PACKAGE OF 5 STRAWS

SAV America 8018 is the $1.51 million world record selling bull in Angus breed history and the lead-off bull from the 2019 SAV Sale where he awestruck the industry. America combines massive performance design and cow-maker phenotype with superior soundness, fertility, docility and all the elements that make great cattle. His much anticipated first calf crop has exceeded all expectations with powerful phenotype and unmatched performance and highlighted the 2021 sale season in the US. America’s dam is the maternal matriarch, SAV Madame Pride 0075, who served the SAV program for nearly 18 years. She reigns as the second top income-producing cow in SAV history, generating $5.3 million on 161 direct progeny in past SAV sales to cowmen in 22 states, Canada, Brazil and Argentina. She has 41 daughters retained in the SAV herd and multiple sons to her credit including America, Supercharger, Registry and Response.

Sire

COLEMAN CHARLO 0256 S A V PRESIDENT 6847 S A V BLACKCAP MAY 4136

EPDs

donated by Lot

IMP 8018F January 31, 2018

Dam

S A F 598 BANDO 5175 S A V MADAME PRIDE 0075 S A V MADAME PRIDE 8264

BW 4.3 WW 80 YW 133 MILK 19 MCE 1

Morgan A.I. Services • Cam Morgan •306-744-7411 • morgan.ai.services@gmail.com

Square B Atlantis 8060

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2192495 IMP 060F August 24, 2018

1 PACKAGE OF 5 STRAWS

A favourite of the three flush brothers displayed by Summitt Chase Angus at the 2020 National Western Stock Show, a flush sister was an $85,000 selection of Spruce Mountain and Crazy K from the 2019 Ingram Sale. Produced by the $125,000 pick of the Connealy Angus females purchased by Square B and later sold to the partnership of Baldridge and Rancho Casino, the powerful dam of Atlantis is best known for producing the very popular Connealy Confidence Plus. Atlantis is sired by the $460,000 member of the most valuable embryo flush in the history of Schaff Angus Valley and the long list of Rainfall progeny include the $250,000 lead off bull at the 2020 SAV Sale and another maternal brother is the ORIgen young sire Connealy Upscale. The paternal granddam of Atlantis is the all-time high-income cow in the history of the Schaff Angus program and his maternal granddam is regarded as having the greatest EPD profile in the history of the Connealy program which should make daughters of Atlantis breed treasures.

Sire

COLEMAN CHARLO 0256 S A V RAINFALL 6846 S A V BLACKCAP MAY 4136

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BW 1 WW 68

Dam

CONNEALY CONSENSUS DDF ELBANNA OF CONANGA 1209 ELBASTA OF CONANGA 9703

YW 118 MILK 30 MCE 3

Morgan A.I. Services • Cam Morgan •306-744-7411 • morgan.ai.services@gmail.com

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Red Geis Prime Rib 411

A&B

785239 GEIS 11D January 26, 1994

2 packages of 5 straws

SAYRE PATRIOT

RED KBJ SAM’S PROSPECTOR 133Z RED GEIS KURUBA 5’92 THREE D KURUBA 36’86

Sire RED PREMIER PATRIOT 16 Dam CAMILLA BELLE 54D

EPDs

BW

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What a great donation from Dennis and Shelly Ericson, Get-A-Long Stock Farm. Dennis always said not to buy a herd sire when you need one, but when you see one and he certainly found one in Red Geis Prime Rib coming from the great Geis breeding program. Prime Rib was the talk of the bull sale season in 1995 with his herd bull look, maternal pedigree and off-the-charts marbling and ribeye measurements. He sold for a record price of $32,800 to Get-A-Long, Brox and Champlain and proved to be the best breeding son of the legendary Premier Patriot 16. For several years his daughters were the high sellers at the Hayshaker and Red Roundup sales and his excellent daughters became his legacy. He was the heaviest used red sire in Canada for several years in a row in the late 90s until his semen became very rare. If you have been saving your favourite cow for a flush, step up and grab this opportunity to tie on to a legendary bull representing two legendary programs!

0.3 WW 27 YW 48 MILK 16 MCE 5

Get-A-Long Stock Farm•Dennis & Shelly Ericson• 780-352-7630

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Red Northline Fat Tony 605U

113

1462961 WMA 605U April 18, 2008

1 package of 5 straws

2011 National Western Stock Show Grand Champion Bull. Sire and grandsire of countless champion and high selling progeny in Canada and internationally.

Sire

RED GEIS HI HO 180’04 RED SVR GANGSTER 14S RED DWAJO DUCHESS 75M

EPDs

BW 0.4 WW 29 YW 56

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Dam

RED NORTHLINE ROB ROY 122K RED NORTHLINE RUBY 0305N RED NORTHLINE RUBY 305K

MILK 26

MCE 10

Northline Angus • 780-977-0023 • howard@northlinecattle.com • www.northlinecattle.com

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Red Northline Ignition 125W

114

1537388 WMA 125W May 3, 2009

1 package of 5 straws

2011 NILE Grand Champion Bull. 2012 National Western Stock Show Intermediate Champion Bull. Sire and grandsire of Canadian and U.S. National Champion females and bulls. A maternal powerhouse.

RED NORTHLINE ROB ROY 122K

Sire RED NORTHLINE REV 341R

RED NORTHLINE GEM 341N

EPDs

donated by Lot

Dam

RED JAYDERNE JACOB 14J RED JAYDERNE NADINE 7N RED JAYDERNE GOLDIE 49G

BW 6.1 WW 53 YW 96 MILK 37 MCE -1

Northline Angus • 780-977-0023 • howard@northlinecattle.com • www.northlinecattle.com

Red DKF Racer 8E

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1974618 DKFE 8E January 18, 2017

1 package of 5 straws

Sons of Racer

129H

37H

What an amazing journey this bull has taken us on: seven Grand Championships and six Supremes, including Canadian Western Agribition, Farmfair International, the IPE, Olds Fall Classic and Lloydminster Stockade Roundup; also achieving the titles of 2018 Silver Medalist and 2019 Bronze Medalist Angus Bull of North America. Racer offers both Red Angus breeders and the commercial cattleman a unique outcross pedigree. He was built on an impressive, strong boned foundation and was as deep sided and wide topped as they come. Racer’s offspring stride out with the power, correctness and confidence of their sire. They have outstanding foot and leg structure and are extremely correct and well balanced. Due to an unfortunate injury, Racer is no longer with us and semen is limited, so don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to add his impressive phenotype and substance in a powerful, eye-appealing package to your breeding program.

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DKF ELIMINATOR 15A RED DKF RAZOR 55C DKF MISS NET WORTH 21A

EPDs

Dam

RED SOO LINE POWER EYE 161X RED DKFE MISS ACE 84C RED BLU DAWN MISS ILLICIT 359Z

BW 0.7 WW 33 YW 65 MILK 21 MCE 10

Shiloh Cattle Company - Blake Morton & Darcy Olesky • 403-665-2023 • shilohcattle@netago.ca • www.shilohcattle.com

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Red Six Mile John Wick 882E OR Red Six Mile Parabellum 675G

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116 CHOICE of 5 straws

1994984 SIXM 882E February 19, 2017

2105769 SIXM 675G April 02, 2019

882E

U-2 RECON 192Y Sire RED Dam RED U2 RECKONING 149A

RED 6 MILE FULL THROTTLE 171T RED SIX MILE & CO GLORIA 29A RED SIX MILE GLORIA 746W

RED U-2 ANEXA 271Y

EPDs

BW 1.7

WW 64 YW 123 MILK 25 MCE

10

675G

U-2 RECKONING 149A Sire RED RED SIX MILE JOHN WICK 882E Dam RED SIX MILE & CO GLORIA 29A

EPDs

BW 1.3

RED MRLA NEW ERA 87Y RED SIX MILE KURUBA 712A RED SIX MILE KURUBA 319X

WW 61 YW 113 MILK 28 MCE 8

Exclusive semen! The now deceased, highly valuable John Wick semen is extremely rare and highly coveted. The proof is in his high selling, top producing progeny. Parabellum is his Denver division champion son who is set to take over the reins of this paternal dynasty. John Wick semen donated with Niobrara Red Angus USA and Parabellum semen donated with Robinson Cattle Co. and Rosebud Cattle Co. USA.

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Six Mile Ranch Ltd. - the Gibson family • 306-642-8013 (Clayton) • 306-640-7970 (Corinne) • 306-640-9275 (Callie) 403-376-7284 (Tyson) • sixmile@sasktel.net • www.sixmileredangus.com

Red MRLA Resource 137E or Red MRLA Respect 42G

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CHOICE

1955865

MRLA 137E February 1, 2017

2124383

MRLA 42G January 19, 2019

137E

Sire

S A V RESOURCE 1441 MRLA RELOAD 56C RED MRLA MISS 641Y

EPDs

Dam

S A V HARVESTOR 0338 MRLA MISS 4422B MRLA MISS 433T

BW 4.3 WW 38 YW 86 MILK 21 MCE 1

42G

Sire

RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED U2 RETROSPECT 29E RED U-2 ANEXA 226C

EPDs

Dam

S A V HARVESTOR 0338 MRLA MISS 4408B RED MRLA MISS 803R

BW 4.8 WW 48 YW 87 MILK 26 MCE 7

Resource combines some of the performance leaders of the Angus breed in SAV Resource and SAV Harvestor as maternal and paternal grandsires. The power from this pedigree can be seen in Resource himself as he ranks atop the breed for performance traits, carcass weight and mature weight. SAV Resource progeny have continued to rank in the top of the breed for registrations over the past decade for their soundness, maternal strength and balance of power provided. Resource brings a unique pedigree to the Red Angus gene pool. As described by Lee McMillen in the 2020 sale catalogue, He is good from every angle. He is the standout bull amongst the most powerful set of herd bulls ever assembled at MRL. This son of U2 Retrospect was purchased as the lead off bull at U2’s sale in 2018. He was the complete package with calving ease and elite maternal. The best part may be his stunning SAV Harvestor dam who is the granddam of MRLA 845S matron and dam to the $20,000 MRLA New Era back in 2012 to the Six Mile program. New Era went on to be Reserve Champion Bull in Denver that next year. Respect is a performance bull ranking in top 10% for both weaning and yearling showcases sound foot scores and exceptional balance ranking in top 20% of the breed for balanced index.

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Bouchard Livestock International • 403-896-9585 (Chad) • info@bouchardlivestock.com • www.bouchardlivestock.com

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A, B & C

3 lots of 10 doses

Red U2 Resolve 428E

Sitz Continuity

Alta Genetics is generously offering three lots of 10 units each of any Alta bull that qualifies for Canada. You can choose from every Canadian qualified bull in Alta Genetics’ inventory for a minimum 10 units each and a total of 30 units.

Ellingson Three Rivers 8062

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Alta Genetics • 403-226-0666 • twhite@altagenetics.com • www.altagenetics.com

Pick of any bull from the 2021 Semex Beef catalogue

A&B

subject to availability at time of order/request

2 lots of 5 units

SCHIEFELBEIN ATTRACTIVE 4565

MUSGRAVE 316 COLOSSAL 137

RAML PAYLOAD 9500

You may choose from any bull in the 2021 Semex catalogue (subject to availability). You can choose from every Canadian qualified bull in Semex inventory for a minimum of 5 units and a total of 10 units including the bulls pictured here.

RED SIX MILE CUSTOM MADE 505C

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Semex • 519-821-5060 • bgilchrist@semex.com • www.semex.com

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A&B

2 packages of 5 straws

HW Netherton Claymore 3H 2150523 HWAA 3H

January 1, 2020

An international red gene carrier that blends three of the greatest sources of Angus cattle in the world—bred by the family of Willie Mclaren of HW Netherton Angus herd in Scotland, raised and sold by the Bolduc family at Cudlobe Angus in Cudlobe Blacklass 103B, Granddam of HWAA 3H. 103B was selected by the McLaren’s from the Alberta, and purchased 2015 Building The Legacy Sale by the Stevenson Family in Montana, USA at the 2020 Cudlobe Bull sale as the high seller. Ranked as the #1 marbling bull born in Canada in 2020 with a 1.65 marbling EPD, he combines a birth weight of 80 pounds with an adjusted weaning weight of 793 pounds. This exciting young sire is the fourth 3F EPIC 4631 CUDLOBE TOTAL FOCUS 6A EXAR MONUMENTAL 6056B NETHERTON BLACKLASS 15D generation of his maternal line to be genomic tested and his genomically FWY 7008 OF C085 4029 CUDLOBE BLACKLASS 103B enhanced Canadian Angus EPD data ranks him among the top 1% of that population for Calving Ease, Weaning Weight, Yearling Weight and EPDs BW -1.1 WW 73 YW 132 MILK 31 MCE 8 Marbling, among the top 3% for Carcass Weight, top 4% for Milk and top 5% for Birth Weight. If you are looking to infuse your red or black herd with a phenotypically sound animal backed by one of the strongest cow families from Cudlobe and with an EPD profile 20 years in the making, now is your opportunity! These packages are the first to be sold in Canada.

Sire

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Cudlobe Angus • www.cudlobe.com • Dyce Bolduc • 403-625-0981

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Canadian Junior Angus & Young Breeder Opportunities Scholarships Foundation Legacy Scholarship | Deadline: January 5 Three awards totalling $10,000 will be presented to Canadian Junior Angus members recognizing overall academic achievement, leadership, community involvement, and industry knowledge. Awards in the amounts of $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000 will be presented. Dick Turner Memorial Award | Deadline: May 15 The Dick Turner Memorial Award was established after the passing of legendary Angus icon Dick Turner. During his lifetime, Dick committed 55 years of his career to livestock publishing and successfully promoted and advertised the Angus breed specifically through the Canadian Aberdeen Angus News magazine. One $1,000 scholarship is presented annually. Canadian Junior Angus Scholarships | Deadline: June 15 A total of three scholarships will be awarded in the amounts of $2,000, $1,500, and $1,000.

Bursaries

Awards

GOAL Travel Bursaries | Deadline: January 1 Bursaries of up to $750 will be awarded to12 deserving CJA members from anywhere in Canada. Bursaries must be used within the same year awarded to help offset travel and registration costs for attending the GOAL Conference. GOAL is postponed until 2022

Junior Angus Stockman of the Year | Nominations due April 15 The Junior Angus Stockman of the Year award recognizes outstanding young cattlemen who are constantly growing their capacity by actively working with their Angus cattle, promoting their operation and cattle to the public, growing their knowledge of nutrition, genetics and breeding, and producing/selling quality Angus cattle. Five finalists will be selected from the nominations and will each receive $250. The winner of the award will receive a $3,500 bursary to be used for genetics, cattle supplies/equipment, and/or training, along with travel assistance to attend Showdown.

Showdown Travel & Trucking Bursaries | Deadline: May 25 & June 1 Bursaries of up to $750 will be awarded to six deserving CJA members from anywhere in Canada. Bursaries must be used within the same year awarded to help offset travel costs for attending Showdown. Trucking assistance is also available for those who travel over 1000 km one way. U.S. Exchange Program | Deadline: May 31 Canadian Junior Angus members have the opportunity to attend the Junior Red Angus Association Round-Up and the National Junior Angus LEAD Conference each summer, and in return members of the JRA and NJAA attend Showdown or GOAL.

Outstanding Young Angus Breeder | Nominations due April 15 The Outstanding Young Angus Breeder award was developed to recognize an Angus breeder between the ages of 22 and 30 who has demonstrated a desire to stay involved in the Angus business based on their involvement within the breed up to this point in his/her career. The winner will receive $3,500.

Connecting Food and Farm Bursary The Connecting Food and Farm Travel Bursary was developed to encourage urban or non-livestock youth to attend one of our events with a current member to learn about the industry. Examples of events may include but are not limited to GOAL Conference, the Canadian Angus National Convention or livestock shows.

CAF Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador | Applications due April 30 The Junior Ambassador is sponsored by the Canadian Angus Foundation. The ambassador acts as a role model for youth and represents members of the Canadian Angus Association. It is an opportunity to network with leaders in the agriculture industry and learn from them. Ambassadors have the opportunity to attend at least one international event and various major agricultural events in Canada. This position is for one year.

Self-Directed National or International Travel Bursaries The Self-Directed National or International Travel Bursaries were developed to assist young Angus breeders with financial travel assistance for conferences or events related to the beef cattle industry. For members aged 18–30.

For more information contact Belinda Wagner at 306-757-6133 or at bwagner@cdnangus.ca www.cdnangus.ca/foundation www.cdnangus.ca/canadian-junior-angus

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$1,000 semen collection voucher

200

For more than 50 years, Alta Genetics has offered custom collection, storage and global distribution. For Building the Legacy, they are generously providing a $1,000 voucher toward any semen collection you require.

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Alta Genetics • 403-226-0666 • twhite@altagenetics.com • www.altagenetics.com

one conventional embryo collection

201

Innovative and complete mobile veterinary services from Ranchland Veterinary Services. They offer a comprehensive list of bovine services including in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer, conventional flushing, herd health programs, individual medicine, vaccine and treatment protocols, pregnancy diagnosis (ultrasound and palpation), pre-breeding palpation, export testing, breeding soundness evaluation, nutrition consultation, and artificial insemination. Contact them at 306-482-1010 or email ranchlandvet@gmail.com.

donated by Lot

Ranchland Vet Supply • 306-482-1010 • ranchlandvet@gmail.com • www.ranchlandvet.ca

$750 Voucher for Choice of Flushing or Semen Collection Services

202

The team at Bow Valley Genetics are strong supporters of our sector and continue to support our Foundation offering what are, to many of us, essential services as part of our seedstock operations. Credit can be used at the Brooks, AB location or their new Saskatchewan location south of Regina. Call 1-587-887-1934 or email office@bowvalleygenetics.com.

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Bow Valley Genetics Ltd. • 306-858-7101 (Daryl) •office@bowvalleygenetics.com • bowvalleygenetics.com

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Flush package

203

This package includes embryo collection from one donor at the transplant centre and freezing embryos from the flush. Donor board fees, superovulation drugs and additional services will be charged at the regular rate. Thanks to Adam and crew for the donation!

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Davis-Rairdan • 403-946-4551 • embryos@davis-rairdan.com • www.davis-rairdan.com

Flush package

204

Bova-Tech is offering one flush that includes all costs for set up, drugs for stimulating the donor, flushing of the donor and all freezing and related costs. This flush package does not include semen. Travel is the responsibility of the buyer if flushed on-farm, and if done at the facility near Cochrane, Alberta board would be the responsibility of the buyer. Thanks to Bova-Tech for their support!

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14

Bova-Tech • info@bova-tech.com • 403-332-1567

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300 A, B, C, D, E & F

Tickets to six Curling events in 2021/2022 Team Koe has generously offered Building the Legacy supporters 2021–2022 Grand Slam Curling ticket packages. Each package includes 4 tickets for a game in a) Chestermere, Alberta b) Toronto, Ontario c) Olds, Alberta d) Camrose, Alberta e) Oakville, Ontario

and f) 4 tickets for the Olympic trials in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan! An amazing experience for a lucky fan.

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Team Koe • 1-888-571-3580 • cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

John Morris Culinary Experience Five course Dinner for Eight

301

Prepared and cooked in home. Will be an evening to remember of dinner and stories with members of Team Koe. Valid from September 2021–March 2022. Must be within 100 km of Calgary, Alberta. Team Koe second John Morris is not only two-time Olympic gold medallist, he’s also a gourmet chef. Johnny Mo brings the heat on the ice and in the kitchen and is offering Building the Legacy supporters an exclusive opportunity for a five-course dinner for eight prepared and cooked in the winning bidder’s home. This will be an evening to remember with a delicious dinner and stories with members of Team Koe. Dinner must be scheduled between September 2021– March 2022 and must be arranged within 100 km of Calgary, Alberta.

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Team Koe • 1-888-571-3580 • cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

PEI Experience

302

3 nights’ stay, lobster fishing, disc golf, Taste of PEI gift basket and New Glasgow Lobster Supper Escape to PEI next June with this awesome package put together by PEI breeders: • Three nights’ accommodations at Willowshade Farm in Tryon, PEI, donated by Worth-a-Bit Angus, Dixon Farms. • A two-hour Lobster Fishing Excursion with Captain Lee Gavin, Tignish PEI, donated by Gavin Cattle Company, Casey Gavin. • A round of disc golf for four at Huck-it Disc Golf and ice cream sundaes at Somerset Ice Cream Bar, donated by Bannockburn Valley Angus, the Dixon Family. • P.E.I Luxury Welcome Basket, donated by Wheatley River Angus Farm, Ronnie Ford and family. • A traditional lobster dinner for four at New Glasgow Lobster Suppers, donated by MacKinnon Homestead, the MacKinnon-Holland family. Make it an Angus trip and head to Moncton for the 2022 CAA Convention before or after your stay in PEI!

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Worth-a-Bit Angus, Gavin Cattle Company, Bannockburn Valley Angus, Wheatley River Angus Farm, MacKinnon-Holland Family

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Golf Scramble Package

303

July 15, 2022

Golfing for two and two nights stay at Changing Season Bed & Breakfast Southern Alberta Angus Gift Basket The Southern Alberta Angus Club golf tournment is always a highlight of the summer and you won’t go wrong visiting Nanton in July! Thanks SAAC for supporting the Foundation. Nanton is home to the Bomber Command Museum of Canada, a number of antique shops, two fully restored grain elevators and an impressive candy store. Plan to spend a leisurely afternoon wandering through the town before heading home.

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Southern Alberta Angus Club • 403-635-1840 • southernalbertaangusclub@gmail.com • www.facebook.com/Southern-Alberta-Angus-Club-110180399076624

304 Sturgeon

Fishing on North Saskatchewan River

Enjoy a one-day sturgeon fishing excursion for two people with Lunkers Fishing Adventures on the North Saskatchewan River and a one-night stay in their riverside cabins located near Edmonton. Value $920. Thanks to the Northern Alberta Angus Club for supporting the Foundation!

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Northern Alberta Angus Club • www.facebook.com/northernalbertaangusclub • lunkers.ca

305

Edmonton Oilers Tickets

Hockey with fans at the arena returns this fall and we have two tickets for the Edmonton Oilers in row 9. Game must be chosen before the season starts and the tickets can be used for any game except the home opener. Thank you to the Rounds and Geises for these awesome tickets!

donated by

Geis Angus •KBJ Round Farms • Brian Geis 780-674-0568 • Jim Round 780-307-1657 • bkgeis@telus.net

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two tickets for the Blyth Festival Theatre and a $100 gift certificate for dinner at the Cowbell Brewery Since 1975, the Blyth Festival Theatre has put farmers and rural Canadians centre stage, telling our stories, sharing our history, and celebrating our way of life. A fully professional theatre in the heart of Ontario’s bread basket, the Blyth Festival’s ingenuity, tenacity, and creativity have irrevocably reinvigorated the region’s very imagination. Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co. is an award-winning state-of-the-art craft brewing facility, restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, retail store, and entertainment spaces. Cowbell’s accessible, family-friendly restaurant and brewery is located on 120 acres south of the historic village of Blyth. Established in 2016, Cowbell is owned by a small group of successful craft beer enthusiasts and has been named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers. Cowbell is designed to have a positive local community economic impact, contribute to regional tourism opportunities, and support children’s healthcare across Ontario.

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Graham & Karen McLean • 519-808-6511 • grahamm@agris.coop

Pugh Farms Experience

307

We wanted to provide something unique and a bit different to Building the Legacy. It’s an opportunity to be our guest for our brand of hospitality while touring our cattle in the scenic Battle River Valley. This tour package comes with accommodations at either the South African House in Wainwright or our two-room cabin on the river. The South African House on a 1-acre treed lot in the heart of Wainwright features an inside barbecue room, outside hot tub, wooden fire sauna, hunting room and gym. Over the past 19 years the owners have decorated the house with unique African art. Our cabin was built by Jim’s grandparents and features a wood stove and four beds located a stone’s throw from the river bank. It offers the ability to disconnect with no cell phone service and a rustic feel. Supper will be provided by the Honeypot Eatery and Pub in Wainwright which has a British feel and an extensive menu of locally sourced fare or our very own Pugh Farms steaks grilled over the fire on the cabin pit. We guarantee a large amount of socializing, cattle touring and stories. Our place was established in 1910 as one of the original families in the area. We have accumulated a lot of history on the area and if you know Greg, you realize he has a passion to share stories. We breed both Red and Black Angus cattle as well as a large commercial herd among unique valleys and landscape blanketed in native grass. We can also help arrange more cattle touring stops at many of our fellow Angus breeders within 100 miles.

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Pugh Farms • www.pughfarms.ca • gjpugh@hotmail.com • 780-806-1319

Signed Raptors jersey

308

#43 Pascal Siakum

On June 13, 2019 the Toronto Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors to clinch the team’s first championship in their 24-year franchise history. Celebrate Canada’s team with this exclusive signed jersey from Spicy P.

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Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment • mlse.com

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Awards

2019–2020 Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador

Left to right: CAA CEO Myles Immerkar, Canadian Angus Foundation Chair Cecilie Fleming, Junior Ambassador Lexi Hicks, CAF Executive Director Belinda Wagner, CAA President Bob Hahn

2019 Outstanding Young Angus Breeder Award—Chad Hollinger

Left to right: Canadian Angus Foundation Chair Cecilie Fleming, Chad Hollinger, CAF Executive Director Belinda Wagner, CAA CEO Myles Immerkar, CAA President Bob Hahn

Legacy Scholarship Recipients

Left to right: Cecilie Fleming, Canadian Angus Foundation Chair; Matthew McGillivray - $5,000; Jarrett Hargrave - $3,000; Naomi Best - $2,000; Tyra Fox - $500; Charlene Elliott - $500; Belinda Wagner, CAF Executive Director

2019 Dick Turner Award Charlene Elliot

Left to right: Canadian Angus Foundation Chair Cecilie Fleming, Charlene Elliot and CAF Executive Director Belinda Wagner

2019 Junior Angus Stockman Colt Kornfeld

Left to right: Canadian Angus Foundation Chair Kirk Wildman, CAA CEO Myles Immerkar, Colt Kornfeld, CAF Executive Director Belinda Wagner

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Video Marketing Package

400

Story Brokers—Ben Wilson and Sarah Wray and Thomas Wildman are donating a 10-minute promotional video. Story Brokers and Thomas will create a video that will capture the entire scope of your operation. In this digital world, it is integral that businesses of all sizes tell their story. The successful bidder will receive a full day of filming and an edited video that will be suitable to use in all media types. Ben and Sarah have extensive experience in making digital media promoting the beef industry. They are the creators of the documentary, Guardians of the Grasslands, which has received five different awards from film festivals around the country. They have worked with companies like McDonald’s Canada, Canada Beef, the Canadian press, and many other entities using their incredible storytelling skills. Thomas has one year of radio and television arts under his belt and has already gathered many video and audio editing, writing, and videography skills. Thomas has made news stories, commercials and real estate tours for his classes and created a documentary on the 1985 World Angus Forum. He is excited to be working with professionals Sarah and Ben on this project. With their combined skills, Ben, Sarah and Thomas will make a fantastic video to advertise your company or operation and cannot wait to get started. Filming for the video can occur in September and beyond. Travel within 200 km of Bashaw, AB is included.

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Thomas Wildman and Story Brokers, Sarah Wray and Ben Wilson • Thomas - 780-305-1826 • storybrokersmediahouse.com

$1,000 Service Voucher

401

DLMS has been a long-time supporter of Building the Legacy and we’re pleased that they have once again partnered with Cattlevids.ca. This lot presents a great opportunity to get a head start on your sale for this fall or next spring with a $1,000 service credit for a broadcast and pre-recorded video service combined project offered by DLMS and Cattlevids.ca. This credit is to be used by the end of the spring 2022 bull sale season.

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DLMS/CattleVids • Mark Shologan • 780-699-5082 • dlms.ca

$1,000 Service Voucher

402

OBI has also been a long-time supporter of the sale, assisting with marketing. This year they are pleased to also offer a service voucher to put towards your marketing this fall or spring. Thanks Mark and crew!

donated by Lot

OBI Livestock Ltd. • Mark Holowaychuk • 403-896-4990

$500 Service Voucher

403

Thanks to Tyler for offering this $500 voucher for photography services. His livestock photos are excellent; you won’t be disappointed!

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Tyler Harris Cattle Photography • 306-747-5882 • Tylerharrisphotography@gmail.com

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$500 Service voucher

Lot

404 Livestock Media Plus is a grassroots Canadian company located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, founded by Bridget Andrews. Bridget Andrews, PAg, has 25 years of experience in the agriculture industry and also owns a large purebred and commercial cattle operation. Livestock Media Plus does not solely focus on the cattle industry: their vision is to develop partnerships with customers in all areas of the livestock industry showcasing Canadian agriculture to the world. Contact them at 306-631-9254 or email livestockplus@gmail.com.

donated by Lot

Livestock Media Plus • 306-631-9254• livestockplus@gmail.com

Full colour, half page ad

405

Maximum value of $2,180

These days, some of the most interesting and revolutionary thinking in agriculture is found in the cattle business. Canadian Cattlemen magazine has been the place to learn about it all for more than 80 years. Published 12 times a year with subscribers across Canada. Take your advertising to the next level to reach the Canadian cattle producer.

donated by Lot

406

Glacier FarmMedia: Mike Millar, National Advertising Sales • 306-251-0011 • mike.millar@fbcpublishing.com • www.canadiancattlemen.ca/mediakit

Full page, full colour ad in Angus Life

Angus Life is an industry-leading resource for purebred and commercial breeders, retailers, researchers, consumers and partners. Angus Life is mailed to every commercial bull buyer from the past three years, distributed to auction marts, handed out at events and other various industry locations for a total distribution of 12,500 magazines. The link for the online version is distributed globally as well as accessed by hundreds of unique viewers nationally. Valued at $1,100, this is a fantastic opportunity to get your Angus program or cattle business in front of thousands of potential customers around the world.

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407

Canadian Angus Association •1-888-571-3580 • cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

An ad in the Saskatchewan Angus Edge Hillberg & Berk earrings and bracelet & SaskMade Gift Basket The Saskatchewan Edge newsletter is published three times a year. Your colour ad, valued at $500, will reach about 750 Angus producers and 1,600 commercial producers. There isn’t a lot more Saskatchewan than a basket filled with goodies from SaskMade Marketplace! This little taste of Saskatchewan will encourage you to visit and stock up on locally made goods and treats. Add some bling from internationally known Regina jewellery designer Hillberg & Berk and you’ve got a nice little package.

donated by

Saskatchewan Angus • 306-757-6133 • office@saskatchewanangus.com • www.cdnangus.ca/saskatchewan-angus-association

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Full page, black and white ad in Manitoba Outlook newsletter

408

The Manitoba Angus Outlook newsletter is published three times a year. The ad has a value of $500. Now in it’s 30th year of publication, Outlook is sent to all Manitoba Angus Association members.

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409

Manitoba Angus Association •mbangus.ca • 1-888-622-6487

three nights’ accommodation in Brandon, MB

n w o d how 2022

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Manitoba Angus is offering the opportunity to stay and play in Brandon whether you have friends and family participating in Showdown 2022 or come to watch the show and support our Juniors! In addition to three nights’ accomodation at the Canad Inn, you’ll also receive a $100 gift certificate to the Aaltos restaurant. Aaltos’ mission is to serve fresh authentic comfort food in a relaxed environment.

Manitoba Angus Association •mbangus.ca • 1-888-622-6487

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2020 Dick Turner Award Sarah MacDonald

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during Showdown 2022, July 27–29th and $100 gift certificate to the Aaltos restaurant

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Awards

2020 Legacy Scholarship Recipients

Left to right: Kirk Wildman, Canadian Angus Foundation Chair; Morgan Davey ($5,000); Alana Higgins ($3,000); Halley Adams ($2,000); Beverly Booth ($500); Sarah MacDonald ($500); Belinda Wagner, CAF Executive Director

2020 Junior Angus Stockman Jill McLerie

2020 Outstanding Young Angus Breeder Matthew Fleury, pictured here with his wife Cassie


50% off yearly consulting fees

Lot

500

(value up to $2,000)

BeefSmart Consulting Inc. helps cow-calf, backgrounding, feedlot, bison and sheep producers increase efficiencies and improve profitability through nutrition consulting in the prairies. With a goal of maximizing animal nutrition and minimizing feed costs to meet the goals of the producer, take advantage of this opportunity to consult with a team of experts at a special rate.

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501

BeefSmart Consulting Inc. • info@beefsmart.ca • 306-229-0675 • beefsmart.ca

SweetPro Mineral Tubs

A, B, C, D & E

The SE Saskatchewan Angus Showcase was hosted very successfully last summer. The group of breeders who put on the Showcase was pleased to support their platinum sponsor Sweetpro by purchasing mineral tubs with the surplus from the event which they have generously donated to the CAF, the CJA and Saskatchewan Angus. Watch for the CJA lot later in the sale and check out the ‘Belle of the Barn’ Heifer calf jackpot during the National Show at Agribition this fall to see what Saskatchewan Angus has planned for theirs! Mineral located at Wawota, Saskatchewan and Brandon, Manitoba. Each lot contains two tubs with a retail value of $178 per tub.

donated by Lot $1,500 voucher towards purchase of livestock camera system SE Saskatchewan Angus Showcase • www.sweetpro.com • Phil Birnie 306-577-7440

502

Viper Technology Group specializes in network-based automation and livestock and security camera systems. They are also experts at home audio and video design and installation and have worked on projects throughout Western Canada. Call them for any of your technology needs—you won’t be disappointed! Contact Steven and Petrunia Olson at steven@vipertechgroup.com.

donated by Lot

503

(estimated cost of $2,300)

Viper Technology Group •vipertechgroup.com •306-621-6723

$500 Voucher for ultrasound services

Windy Ridge Ultrasound provides both seedstock and feedlot ultrasound services to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Seedstock/purebred ultrasound is performed in accordance with Ultrasound Guidelines Council (UGC) certified field technicians and analyzed by Centralized Ultrasound Processing (CUP) labs. Feedlot ultrasound utilizes Cattle Performance Enhancement Company’s (CPEC) management software developed by John Brethour at Kansas State University. In addition to ultrasound services, Windy Ridge Ultrasound is Canada’s first and foremost dealer in SILENCER hydraulic cattle squeeze chutes. Windy Ridge Ultrasound Inc. is committed to providing all customers with the best quality service available and assistance in their livestock marketing and breeding decisions. Voucher to be used in 2021 or 2022 and is for one farm visit only. Contact Rod Wendorff, email cattleultrasound.rod@gmail.com.

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Windy Ridge Ultrasound • cattleultrasound.ca • 403-330-3000

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Lick Tubs valued at $400

504

New Rosedale Feedmill is a Manitoba-based feed and premix mill near Portage la Prairie, owned and operated by New Rosedale Hutterite Colony. Opened in 1998, they have been growing and expanding ever since with dealers across the three prairie provinces and in North Dakota. They manufacture everything from backyard chicken feed to pig feed for commercial operations to beef cattle mineral. On top of that, they also sell feed ingredients such as calcium or lysine for customers with an on-farm feed mill. Contact dealer rep John Wright at email jdwright@nrfeedmill.com.

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New Rosedale Feeds • nrfeedmill.com • 306-921-6474

$300 gift certificate

505

This voucher can be used toward any New-Life Mills beef feed or mineral made at their facilities. Minimum purchase is three metric tons for pellets and 500 kg for mineral. The voucher is redeemable at Clavet, SK; Inkerman, ON or Wyoming, ON locations for the areas they serve. Not applicable with any other offers. Balance must be paid by redeemer. No cash value. Voucher expires August 31, 2022.

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New Life MIlls • newlifemills.com

Livestock equipment gift certificate

506

Norheim Ranching only sells products that they will use on their own livestock operations. Redeem this $200 gift certificate for use on any product in the online store, which includes MR Mixers, Vermeer Hay and Forage Equipment, Arrowquip Cattle Equipment, Bunning Spreaders, Net Wrap, Silage Plastic, Mineral Tubs and more.

donated by Lot

507

Norheim Ranching • norheimranching.com • chelsea.norheim@norheimranching.com

4 Bags of Proven Liberty Link or Tru Flex canola seed with base seed treatment or 8 bags of Proven Corn

Proven Seed is backed by the largest retail-managed field trial program in Western Canada, the Proven Performance Trials. Nutrien’s experts work with hundreds of growers to combine scientific and in-the-field expertise. Available at your local Nutrien Ag Solutions retail. Some conditions apply. Contact: Kurt Holdis, Proven Seed Representative Northern Alberta, kurt.holdis@nutrien.com

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Proven Seed • nutrienagsolutions.ca • 780-777-3557

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1 Bag of 4440 Alfalfa Seed

Lot

508

McEwen’s Fuels & Fertilizers is a leading provider of agricultural inputs and petroleum products in Alberta’s capital region. Available at your local McEwen’s retail store. Contact Terry Dietrich at email tdietrich@mcewens.ca.

donated by Lot Four holster Cross Five Cattle Cooler and four syringes McEwen’s Fuels & Fertilizer • www.mcewens.ca • 780-674-2146

509

Boehringer has been a great partner and supporter of our Association and Foundation for many years. Thanks to Garner for this lot in our 2021 Sale! Contact Garner Deobald garner.deobald@boehringer-ingelheim.com

donated by Lot

1 Longrange – 50 mL N. J. Phillips Semi-Auto Injector 1 Zactran – 25 mL N. J. Phillips semi-Auto Injector 1 Longrange – 12 mL Simcro Injector and 1 Zactran - 12 mL Simcro Injector.

Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Canada Inc. • www.boehringer-ingelheim.ca •306-677-7777

John Deere Fire pit

510

If you like your equipment green, then this fire pit is a must for your yard! Available at your local Martin Deerline retail store. Contact Barrhead location for details; Dave Bain at 780-674-2213.

donated by Lot

511

Martin Deerline • www.martindeerline.com • 780-674-2213

A&B

2 x Gold Detailing Packages

Whether you’re shopping for a new or used Mazda car, looking for professional service, or searching for a part for your vehicle, the Park Mazda team of committed professionals will be there during every step of your automotive journey. For two years in a row, they have been honoured with the Mazda Dealer of Distinction award for excellence in sales, service, and overall customer care. But, you don’t need to have a Mazda to take advantage of these great detailing packages! Contact Mitch Lewick mitch.lewicki@parkmazda.ca.

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Park Mazda • www.parkmazda.ca • 780-640-5024

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$250 voucher for fitting services

512

Get Justin Carvey to clip your bulls and heifers and have your sale cattle looking their best. Justin is offering a $250 credit towards custom clipping in this year’s Building the Legacy sale. He has worked closely with Kirk Stierwalt for years and is one of the industry’s best. Contact Justin at 204-720-4721.

donated by Lot

Justin Carvey Fitting • www.facebook.com/justin.carvey.9

Blocking blade and brush

513

Something you should always have handy in the tack box, a blocking blade and brush! Thanks Tyler and Suzanne for your support. Call 306-750-8423 or check out Flat Top Cattle Co. on Facebook for all your show supply needs.

donated by Lot

514

Flat Top Cattle Co. • www.facebook.com/flattopcattle

Two sets heated chairs and a cooler

A&B

Keep your beverages cold and your seat warm with this package from Nutrien Ag Solutions. Two heated chairs and a cooler will ensure your comfort whether you’re camping, at a show, or in your yard. Available at your local Nutrien Ag Solutions retail. Some conditions apply. Contact: John VanAert at 780-674-3511

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Nutrien Ag Solutions • nutrienagsolutions.ca

QDM merchandise

515

Small t shirt, youth bunny hug, Two hats, three toques Whether it’s politics, the weather, or anything in between, Quick Dick McDick always has an opinion—and he’ll share it on video. An agvocate and commercial cattle breeder from Tuffnell Saskatchewan, he is known across Western Canada for his humorous commentaries on all things Canada. Check him out on YouTube at www.youtube.com/ channel/UCQCdsHLE7N7HHGlHzYkKmwA. QDM has graciously donated some of his highly sought-after made-inCanada merchandise so you can have a conversation starter of your own. Wear this to town and you’re sure to find some fellow fans! Thank you Quick Dick for your donation.

donated by 30

Quick Dick McDick • quickdickmcdick.ca

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Gordon Prichard Memorial Scholarship

2021

Awards Halley Adams

Heidi Tymko

Legacy Scholarship Recipients

Baxter Blair of McLean, SK $5,000

2021 Dick Turner Award Hillary Sauder

Thomas Wildman of Sangudo, AB $3,000

Jessica Davey of Saskatoon, SK $2,000

2021 Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador Riley Leeson

Keely Adams of Forestburg, AB $500

2021 Junior Angus Stockman Kodie Doetzel

Caylee Dorval of Glaslyn, SK $500

2021 Outstanding Young Angus Breeder Award Jesse Emery, pictured here with Miranda Pybus

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1 hour lifestyle photo session

600

with Stacey Domolewski from Ramblin Rose Creative in SW Saskatchewan or SE Alberta Stacey is a past Canadian Junior Angus board member and Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador. She works for the Beef Cattle Research Council and owns Ramblin’ Rose Creative where she specializes in photography that tells the story of rural life and small businesses. Value: $350.

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Ramblin’ Rose Creative • www.ramblinrosecreative.com • 403-635-1847 • sjdomo@gmail.com

1 Hour Lifestyle Photo session

601

Photos done by and Wild Rag made by Jenna Lewicki of Home Grown Photography and Design Jenna Lewicki, daughter of CAF Director Brian Geis, Geis Angus, is a super talented lady. She is donating one of her highly sought-after photo sessions and a beautiful hand-made Wild Rag. Contact Jenna at 780-305-9706. Session must be used by August 2022. Travel 30 minutes outside of Edmonton will be charged at cost.

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Home Grown Photography • www.facebook.com/homegrownphotographyndesignbyj • homegrownbyj@gmail.com

Lifestyle Photo Session

602

(Family, Couples, Maternity, Graduation, Casuals) Jessica Davey, one of our very active Junior members, is donating a photo session. Jessica has done many grad shoots the last couple of years as well as family photos. The lifestyle session is 1–2 hours and can be in multiple locations. This package includes photo editing and on online picture gallery with more than 45 digital photos to choose from. Travel within 150 km of Saskatoon, SK is included; standard mileage over 150 km is $0.59 per kilometer. The lifestyle session is valued at $350. Contact Jessica at (306) 230-7409.

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Jessica Davey Photography • www.facebook.com/Jessica-Davey-Photography-2382038398696371 • jessicaadavey@gmail.com

Beswick Bull and Cow Figurines

603

Beswick figurines are antique collectibles. They have not been produced since the 1980s and are very rare. We have been fortunate to feature a few pieces in Building the Legacy. This bull and cow have been donated by our great Angus friend James Arnott of Coul Angus in the United Kingdom. John Beswick Ltd, formerly J.W. Beswick, was a pottery manufacturer founded in 1892 by James Wright Beswick in Longton, England. In 1969 the business was sold, and the brand John Beswick was sold in 2004. This is your opportunity to own a piece of history. All-black with a glossy finish, the Beswick Aberdeen Angus Bull and Cow are both fine examples of the Angus breed.

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James Arnott • 403-224-2355 • james@coulangus.com

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Lot

604

Blue Mountain Pottery Black Angus Bull Figurine

Blue Mountain Pottery was a Canadian pottery company located in Collingwood, Ontario. It was founded in 1953 and closed in 2004. Originally producing hand-painted ski motifs on purchased blanks, production of the red clay items started in 1953–1954. It went on to produce various types of pottery, from animal figurines to jugs, pots and vases. The company’s products have a large fan base and are collected worldwide.

donated by Lot

605

Belinda Wagner • 306-537-1518

Hycroft Pottery Plate with Angus Bull (blue)

The unique Angus Hycroft Pottery plate is trimmed in 22K gold with a blue enhanced pattern, featuring an Angus bull as the subject. From the Rob Holowaychuk Collection and donated to us by our CAF Executive Director Belinda Wagner. Hycroft China Ltd. operated from 1955 until 1989 at the former plant site of Medicine Hat Potteries. Mayor Harry Veiner is credited with taking over the failing operation and producing sanitary ware such as toilets and sinks and their well-known dishes, such as these plates. The plant is now part of The Friends of Medalta world-class museum in Medicine Hat, Alberta. This plate is in excellent condition. Rob scoured the antique shops and garage sales of our country in search of these rare Angus plates, and Belinda has found one more to donate to Building the Legacy. It would be a great honour for any Angus enthusiast to add this item from one of our Foundation’s greatest supporters to their collection.

donated by Lot Hycroft Pottery Stetson hat ashtray (hereford animal) Belinda Wagner • 306-537-1518

606

This is another item from Rob’s collection—pretty rare we think, and not likely to be well used anymore as most of us have managed to ‘kick’ the habit!

donated by Lot Hycroft Pottery Plate with Angus Bull (rust) 607 Lot 2 Hycroft Pottery Plates with Hereford Bull (rust) Belinda Wagner • 306-537-1518

608

These two Hycroft lots from M & J Farms are made even more distinctive by the fact that they are detailed with individual’s names on them. Bonnie, a collector of cattle memorabilia, does not know the history of the plates.

donated by

M & J Farms • mjsimmentalangus.com • Miles and Bonnie Glasman • mjsimmentalangus@gmail.com

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Custom Hand-made Quilt

609

Gail Wildman, one of our long-time Red Angus breeders (and the first CRAPS secretary), is continuing her generous legacy of donating a homemade quilt to be auctioned off to one lucky buyer. Quilting is getting to be a very rare art that most of us can only marvel at.

donated by Lot

610

Gail Wildman • www.facebook.com/TowawCattleCompany

Custom Pencil Art, buyer’s animal of choice Memorialize your favourite cow, bull, dog etc. in a custom pencil drawing by Austen Anderson. Maximum dimension up to 32” square. Makes a great addition to your living room or use the image for a unique catalogue cover. Austen, at Anderson Cattle Co., Swan River, MB is another past Robert C. McHaffie Junior Angus Ambassador and CJA Director as well as being named the CAF Outstanding Young Angus Breeder a few years ago. Austen and his family are a fixture in the business and strongly believe in giving back. Get yourself a custom pencil sketch by this artistic young man!

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Austen Anderson • www.andersoncattle.ca • 204-281-3560

Custom Decorative Brand

611

Ty Wilson designs are in demand! Ty’s beautiful artistry is in everything he does, including the custom boxes that hold our leather-bound limited edition history books. You won’t be disappointed with the result! Contact Ty & Ariel Wilson at 403-586-5017.

donated by Lot

Ranch Revival • www.ranchrevival.ca • ranchrevival@gmail.com

Custom-made Firepit

612

There is no shortage of talent in our Angus juniors or the Geis household! Robert is a master at welding and creating beautiful metal art. He has made a unique firepit that can become a centerpiece in your yard. 3’ x 3’ wide x 2’ high.

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Robert Geis • 780-674-1935

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Darcy Shaver Print

Lot

613 Former CAA summer student and director of member engagement Kiani Evans left CAA to pursue a career in the art industry but she wanted to make a donation to Building the Legacy before she left. This custom-framed Darcy Shaver print titled New Beginnings will add a touch of elegance to any wall. Print is 10.5” x 8.5” and with frame is 13”x10”.

donated by Lot

614

Kiani Evans

‘Reflection’ photo Print

in a custom made barnwood frame with black hide and brass tack detailing

Jenna Loveridge of JJL Livestock has developed her booming photography business with super shots like this one. Beautifully and uniquely framed, this gorgeous piece will stun no matter where it is displayed. 24” wide x 16” high.

donated by Lot

615

Jenna Loveridge Photography • jennaloveridgephotography.com • jennaloveridgephotography@hotmail.com • 306-730-8478

1985 World Angus Forum calendar

1985 saw the introduction of New Coke, compact discs and the first version of the Windows operating system. It was also the first time that Canada hosted the World Angus Forum, an event that is still talked about today. This commemorative 1985 calendar was set aside for Building the Legacy 2020, the 35th anniversary of this prestigious event. Whether you keep the calendar intact or remove and frame the photos, the artwork is stunning and deserves to be showcased.

donated by Lot

616

Canadian Angus Association • 1-888-571-3580 • cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

Signed Ian Miller Poster

At the London Olympics in 2012, Ian Millar set a record by becoming the first athlete in any sport, from any nation, to compete in 10 Olympic Games. He is a two-time winner of the Show Jumping World Cup and an Olympic silver medalist. Due to his longevity and accomplishments, he is often nicknamed “Captain Canada” in his sport. This autographed poster from the Ian Miller & Big Ben retirement tour in 1994 is a true collector’s item.

donated by

Canadian Angus Association • 1-888-571-3580 • cdnangus@cdnangus.ca

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Angela Davidson “The Red Angus” print

Lot

617

During Convention 2015 in Calgary, CAA President Corinne Gibson unveiled our Angela Davidson Red Angus print and it continues to take the breath away of everyone who sees it. The power and detail of the bull is outstanding! Canadian Angus was able to secure the rights to market these prints in Canada and it is only in Building the Legacy that you can get your hands on one of these beautiful pieces of art.

donated by Lot 618 Wendy Risdale “Maternal Watch” Black Angus print Lot Canadian Angus Foundation • bwagner@cdnangus.ca • 306-537-1518

Wendy Risdale “Time Out” Red Angus print

619

“Maternal Watch” (Framed canvas)

donated by Lot

“Time Out” (Framed canvas)

At the celebration of our centennial in 2005, CAA unveiled our first-ever official art: two works by Wendy Risdale. Ten years later, with very few of those prints left, we commissioned new official art. Today, all four of the originals hang on the walls at Angus Central and we are offering you the chance to own a piece of our history in one of the 2015 Red Angus ‘Time Out’ prints or the Black Angus ‘Maternal Watch’ print. Either one or both make a great addition to any collection.

Canadian Angus Foundation • bwagner@cdnangus.ca • 306-537-1518

The Breed The Legends The History special boxed leather edition #3

620A

Lot

The Breed The Legends The History special boxed leather edition #4

620B

Available for the first time at auction since the highly anticipated 2019 launch, the Canadian Angus Foundation is pleased to offer special boxed editions #3 and #4 of The Breeds, the Legends, the History: Canadian Angus History Book, 2019 Edition to Building the Legacy 9. Ty Wilson of Dead Wood Furniture has created unique wooden boxes to showcase these limited-edition, leather-bound versions of the book. Only a handful of these numbered books were printed with a leather cover, and each one has a unique wooden display box. The 560-page full-colour history book contains a comprehensive review of the history of the Angus breed, an overview of Angus in Canada, and 363 Canadian Angus member histories in the members’ own words. This book will make you laugh and cry, and will make you feel incredibly proud to be part of the Canadian Angus fraternity.

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Canadian Angus Foundation • bwagner@cdnangus.ca • 306-537-1518

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1985 CAA History Book

Lot

621

Resby Coutts, past CAA General Manager was working for the Association in the 80s when this book was published. He had a couple copies in his collection, one of which that was signed by the directors at the time. This excellent piece of history has joined our archives at Angus Central. We are offering the other one here for an Angus historian to complete their collection. The book is in pristine condition!

donated by Lot

622

Resby Coutts

Autographed Angus Legends two volume set

Angus Legends is considered the largest and most complete compilation of Angus bulls, cows and history. This special edition set is autographed by Tom Burke. The Angus history buff will appreciate 1,504 pages featuring 1,200 sire and dam lineages, 1,125 photos, 600 three-generation pedigrees, details on more than 900 cow families, the first family naming index, 5,445 referenced breeders, and much, much more. There is no shortage of Angus history, facts and statistics from around the world and spanning three centuries.

donated by Lot

623

Sheldon Kyle • 306-452-7545 • sheldon@kenrayranch.com

Angus Central Pillar Branding

Join Justamere (Jon & Shelly Fox and family), Triple S (David & Mary Beth Sibbald and family), Diamond T (the Smith and Gardner families), Y Coulee Land & Cattle (the Hougham families), the Hayshaker Group and Ole Farms (the Olson family) as buyers of this lot on the patio at Angus Central. You can purchase your space on a pillar to enhance the national Angus headquarters with your logo and name, helping you build your own Angus legacy.

donated by

Canadian Angus Association • 403-571-3580 • ceo@cdnangus.ca

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Funds raised from Lot 624 and 625 will go directly to Canadian Junior Angus as the continued impacts of COVID 19 have prevented any CJA Fundraising

CANADIAN JUNIOR ANGUS 2022 calendar fundraiser

Lot

624

Each year the CJA major fundraiser is their 13-month calendar. The top ‘month’ pages are being auctioned through the Building the Legacy sale. CJA thanks the CAF for the opportunity to participate! The minimum bid is $1,000 and includes a date listing in the calendar as well. Funds raised through this calendar project support the GOAL Leadership Conference and assist the CJA board with putting on their events, both in-person and virtually. The ads are full-page size and approximately 2,500 are printed with circulation at fall events. All CAA members also receive a calendar in the mail with the Fall Junior Connections newsletter.

2018 Calendar

Showdown 2019

Showdown 2017

2020 Calendar

Showdown 2018

2019 Calendar

2021 Calendar

2020 GOAL Conference

13 pages to bid on—December 2021–December 2022 Contact any CJA director or email bwagner@cdnangus.ca for more information.

Lot

625

A, B, C, D & E

SweetPro Mineral Tubs

The SE Saskatchewan Angus Showcase was hosted very successfully last summer. The group of breeders who put on the Showcase was pleased to support their platinum sponsor Sweetpro by purchasing mineral tubs with the surplus funds from the event which they have generously donated to the CJA, CAF and Saskatchewan Angus. The CAF lot sells as Lot 501 in this sale and check out the ‘Belle of the Barn’ Heifer calf jackpot during the National Show at Agribition this fall to see what Saskatchewan Angus has planned for theirs! Mineral located at Wawota, Saskatchewan and Brandon, Manitoba. Each lot contains two tubs with a retail value of $178 per tub.

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SE Saskatchewan Angus Showcase • sweetpro.com • Phil Birnie 306-577-7440

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began.

The Breed, the Legends, the History: Canadian Angus History Book, 2019 Edition

where it all Contact Canadian Angus Foundation Executive Director Belinda Wagner at bwagner@cdnangus.ca or 306-757-6133 to order.

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YOUR DONATION OF 15% OF AN ANIMAL TO SELL IN 2021 WILL HELP GROW YOUR CANADIAN ANGUS FOUNDATION.

15 for 50

WITH YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT WE WILL CONTINUE TO FURTHER OUR MISSION AND THE BREED.

$40,+

SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 2020, FUNDS RAISED THROUGH THE 15 FOR 50 INITIATIVE HAVE EXCEEDED $40,000! THIS IS ALL THANKS TO DONORS LIKE YOU.

15%

MEANS A LOT: • • •

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In 2019, more than $80,000 was invested in member education, awards, bursaries and youth scholarships. $180,000 invested in Angus research over the last three years leveraged an additional $360,000 in grant funding. $60,000+ has been invested in history and archives, including your 2019 Canadian Angus history book.


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TO ALL OUR 15 FOR 50 DONORS 66 Ranch Ltd., Duchess, AB

Ivanhoe Angus, Belle Plaine, SK

Allison Farms, Delburne, AB

Joint Venture Bull Sale Towaw Cattle Co., Sangudo, AB and Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB

Anderson Cattle Co., Swan River, MB Arda Farms & Freeway Angus, Acme, AB

JPD Angus, Oro-Medonte, ON

Atlasta Angus, Sylvan Lake, AB

JPM Farms, Gravelbourg, SK

Bandura Ranches, Brooks, AB

Kary Family Farm, Montmartre, SK

Bar Double M Angus, Lethbridge, AB

KBJ Round Farms, Clyde, AB

Benchmark Angus, Lethbridge, AB

Lamb's Quarters Angus, Cadillac, SK

Black Ridge Angus, Dysart, SK

Miller Wilson Angus, Bashaw, AB

Brookside Angus, Brookdale, MB Bullseye Bull Sale, C & L Beasley Cattle Ltd., Patricia, AB Burnett Angus, Swift Current, SK

Nordal Limousin & Angus, Simpson, SK Ole Farms Ltd., Athabasca, AB

Crescent Creek Angus, Goodeve, SK

On Target Bull Sale Cinder Angus, Barrhead, AB and Dwajo Angus, Camp Creek, AB

Cudlobe Angus, Stavely, AB

Peak Dot Ranch, Wood Mountain, SK

Cudlobe Angus West, Claresholm, AB

Pedersen Livestock, Edgerton, AB

Eastondale Angus, Wawota, SK

Rainbow Hills Ranch, Delburne, AB

Female Focus Sale Hollinger Land & Cattle, Neudorf, SK and J Square S Angus, Grayson, SK

Redrich Farms, Forestburg, AB

Count Ridge Red Angus, Bassano, AB

Fleming Stock Farms and RJ Livestock, Granum, AB Fleury Cattle Co., Aberdeen, SK Flying K Ranch, Swift Current, SK Freyburn Angus Farms, Oxbow, SK Geis Angus, Barrhead, AB Glasman Farms, Russell, MB Hamilton Farms, Cochrane, AB Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC HBH Angus Farms Inc., Oak River, MB

Shiloh Cattle Co., Hand Hills Lake, AB South View Ranch, Ceylon, SK SweetPro Canada Premium Supplements Ter-Ron Farms, Forestburg, AB Triple A Bull Sale, Moose Jaw, SK Bell Angus; Cottonwood Angus; Glen Gabel Angus; Hi Low Angus; Nu-Horizon Angus; Triple H Angus and Willowview Angus Ward’s Red Angus, Saskatoon, SK Wilbar Cattle Co., Dundurn, SK Windy Willows Farms, Hodgeville, SK

Howe Red Angus, Moose Jaw, SK

The Canadian Angus Foundation functions to preserve and expand the Angus breed for future generations through education, youth development, scientific and market research, and historical preservation and restoration. The Canadian Angus Foundation was incorporated in 1993 and is the charitable arm of the Canadian Angus Association. Donations are tax deductible.

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THE NEW CANADIAN ANGUS ASSOCIATION’S CANADIAN BALANCED INDEX EPDs for new traits that are economically relevant are being developed and introduced to Canadian Angus members continuously. Applying EPDs for all these traits into selection and breeding decisions can be challenging. Therefore, the Canadian Angus Association has worked to develop an Economic Selection Index that includes the EPDs for all traits. Traits are weighted in the index based on their economic impact on the Canadian commercial operation.

For the commercial producer—who likely purchases bulls and thinks about EPDs on only one day of the year—it is a useful overall guide that simplifies the complexity of multiple EPDs.

Basically, indexes help producers use EPDs to balance traits. Balancing traits can be complex. Not all traits make an equal contribution to profitability, and some traits counteract each other (e.g. post-weaning growth and cow size/feed requirements). Other traits are important to a certain threshold, then there is less benefit in going any further (e.g. calving ease) or even a direct cost (e.g. milk production).

The index is expressed in terms of Canadian dollars and reflects the expected difference in profits between bulls’ progeny.

A well-constructed index can help streamline the process of selecting cattle for breeding. It is not intended to replace individual trait EPDs (which will still be available) or to tell breeders how to breed. An index can help breeders focus on cattle that will tend to be more profitable under Canadian production systems and markets. 42 8

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For example: Bull A CBI = $250 Bull B CBI = $150 On average, progeny from Bull A will be $100 more profitable in a Canadian commercial operation than the progeny from Bull B. If you have any questions about the new Canadian Angus Association Balanced Index please do not hesitate to contact CAA’s Director of Science and Technology, Kajal Devani at kdevani@cdnangus.ca or 403-537-5604.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE CANADIAN BALANCED INDEX: GROWTH TRAITS Birth Weight EPD Weaning Weight EPD Milk EPD Yearling Weight EPD Residual Daily Gain EPD MATERNAL TRAITS Calving Ease Direct EPD Calving Ease Maternal EPD Heifer Pregnancy EPD Docility EPD Mature Weight EPD Foot Angle EPD Foot Claw EPD CARCASS TRAITS Marbling EPD Rib Eye Area EPD Back Fat EPD


Please note that the EPDs listed in this sale catalogue are the product of the Canadian Angus Association AngusONE Genetic Evaluation. The AngusONE genetic evaluation for all Canadian Angus cattle, Red or Black, and American Angus cattle, was launched in 2018. There are a lot of advantages to the AngusONE genetic evaluation, including the combined Canadian Angus Association and American Angus Association data which gives the ability to calculate more accurate EPDs. Additionally, the Canadian Angus Association and American Angus Association genetic evaluation includes almost 1 million animals that have been genomically tested. AngusONE has allowed the expansion of genetic evaluations and brings EPDs for new traits that are priorities for the industry and economically relevant. The AngusONE breed averages are shown below to help you adjust to the new base. Percentile rank graphs for each animal are easy to use and available at www.cdnangus.ca. The right EPD for you will depend on your cow herd, your management, and your breeding goals. For more information on using EPDs please contact the Canadian Angus Association at 1-888-571-3580 or kdevani@cdnangus.ca. For more information about the genetics offered in this catalogue and what might best suit your breeding needs please contact the seller.

Yearling Weight

RADG

DMI

Scrotal Circumfrance

Docility

Claw

Angle

Carcass Weight

Marbling

REA

Fat

HPG

Mat. Calving Ease

Milk

Mature Weight

Mature Height

CBI

+49

+86

+0.2

+0.7

+0.78 +16

+0.5

+0.48

+37

+0.39

+0.5

+0.02

+10

+6.8

+22

+52

+0.3

+265

+2.6 +1.2

+37

+63

+0.2

+0.3

+0.6

+0.5

+0.51

+23

+0.24

+0.4

0

+10

+5.2

+23

+36

+0.2

+210

Birth Weight

+3.4 +2.1

Calving Ease

Weaning Weight

Breed Averages Table - Released July 23, 2021 Black Angus

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