Angus Angles Fall 2022

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NY-ANGUS.COM | New York Angus Association OFFICERS President | Andrew King Cobleskill, NY 518-852-1587 avking2508@gmail.com

Vice President | Chad Hazekamp West Winfield, NY 315-941-0817 cindy.bell70@yahoo.com

Secretary | Sara Fessner Bloomfield, NY 585-752-1213 sgangusfarm@gmail.com

Treasurer | Jerry Emerich Mooers, NY 518-593-0212 jemerich@premierselect.com

Past President | Ric Coombe, Grahamsville, NY | 914-799-1091 tvangus@thunderviewfarms.com American Angus Assoc. Regional Manager | Reese Tuckwiller, Christianburg, VA 308-360-3048, rtuckwiller@angus.org

DIRECTORS 2023 | Jeff Barber Skip Lear Steve Loetterle

2024 | Robert Groom John Iovieno Tom Miller

Upcoming Events Tullyfergus Angus Sale October 22, 2022 | Lyons, NY Yon Fall Angus Sale October 28-29, 2022 | Ridge Spring, SC American Angus Assoc. National Convention November 3-7, 2022 | Salt Lake City, UT NYAA Kitchen Meetings with Reese Tuckwiller Late Fall 2022 to Winter 2023 | Locations TBD NYBPA Annual Meeting & Winter Conference January 20-21, 2023 | Liverpool, NY

2025 | Gabby Glenister Ryan McLenithan Sarah Walton


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New York Angus Association | President’s Message

Hello Fellow Angus Breeders and Enthusiasts, As an organization, our two main events for the year are now complete. Our State Sale as reported in the last issue was the first to be held since 2019 and was a rousing success. NYAA’s next major event was the New York State Fair ROV show held the end of August. A report will be included elsewhere in this issue. It should be said that it also was a very successful event. Annual production sales held by NYAA members are in full swing around the state. As of this writing, I just returned home from the annual Trowbridge Sale. As I have heard reports about other sales, the demand for our Angus cattle is strong. There are more sales to come yet this fall, bringing buyers additional opportunities to either begin their herd or add to it with some very fine breeding of NY Angus cattle. In August my family participated in the NY State Fair. I was struck by the efforts put in by so many of our membership to properly present their animals. Each family or farm had a system. My wife, daughter and I have our own system. Typically, when we arrive at a show or fair, we seem to know what needs to be done. The only conversation that takes place usually revolves around what time are we starting in the morning. We are typically early starters, it doesn’t mean it is the right way, it is just how we do things. I like to observe others and how they do things. One family had two people taking care of eight or nine head. They have shown together for years and their system works. They make it look easy, even though it is not. Others didn’t have the kinks worked out of their systems, but by the end of their time there, significant improvement was obvious. This brings me to your operation at home. Whatever that operation may entail, we all have a system to manage it. We may not think of it that way, but there is a system or process for everything we do in life. Our system at King’s Angus Farm in going to shows and fairs didn’t just happen. We have been at this for many years. It is constantly changing, trying to improve. We evaluate what we are doing and find out if there is a way to do it better or more efficiently. In all aspects of our lives and our businesses, a constant evaluation of our systems and processes needs to take place. If we don’t constantly improve, we fall behind. I encourage all of you to look at what you are doing within your own operation, to evaluate your systems and processes and look for opportunities to improve. With all of that said, it is my intention to have the NY Angus Board do the same. What are the processes we use to assist our members? Are there opportunities to change what we are doing or add to what we can do to assist our members? If you as a member have thoughts or ideas, please share them with your Board Members. Until next issue, be well and if there is anything we can do for you, or you can do for the Association, please reach out to us. Andrew King, President New York Angus Association

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Robert Groom | American Angus Board of Directors Position

Robert Groom Seeks American Angus Association Board of Directors Position The New York Angus Association proudly presents to the American Angus Association Delegates, Robert Groom of Lyons NY as a candidate for the American Angus Association Board of Directors in 2022. Robert has represented New York Angus breeders in many leadership positions within the NY Angus Association since 2001. He has served as a Director for two terms, Vice President for two years, then served as President for two years followed by Past-President for an additional two years. Robert followed that up by serving as Secretary/Treasurer for five years. In addition, Robert has served as a Jr. Advisor on several occasions. He is currently serving as Jr. Advisor and once again a Director of the New York Angus Association. In 2017 Robert and his family hosted the 82nd NYAA State Sale at his farm in Lyons, NY. Robert has represented New York state for many years as a Delegate to the American Angus Association National Meeting. Robert, his wife Linda and daughter Evie own and operate Tullyfergus Farm in Lyons, NY. Each year they host a production sale along with several neighboring operations offering females, males and commercial feeder cattle with an emphasis on low input, forage-based genetics. On a personal note, Robert has worked with my daughter on several occasions helping to advance her show career. He has mentored many youth through the years, assisting with transportation to National and Regional shows, along with advising and teaching fitting techniques. He has also presented cattle at the NY State Farm Show held every February in Syracuse NY, giving demonstrations on how best to present animals. Based upon Robert’s commitment to the next generation of future Angus breeders along with his demonstrated sound fiscal management in many aspects of his personal and business life, the New York Angus Association encourages all delegates to the American Angus Association National Meeting to vote for Robert Groom of Lyons NY to serve on the American Angus Association Board of Directors.

Sincerely, Andrew King, President NY Angus Association

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Angus Hill Farm | Sale Report

Angus Hill Farm Production Sale This year’s addition of the Angus Hill Farm Production Sale once again was a rousing success. Among the offering were eight bulls which averaged $5281.00. Fifty-five female lots averaged $11,951.00. In total, sixty-three lots of the country’s highest indexed cattle crossed the shavings for an average of $11,104.00 per lot for a gross total of $699,600.00. The highlight of the offering this year was Lot #2, B&B Rita 0184, the second high ranking $C daughter of E W A Peyton 642 in the country. She stems from a dam that combines the Pathfinder sires G A R Sure Fire and G A R Sunrise and was consigned by the sale hosts and Big Timber Angus, Lithia, FL. With her unique combination of calving ease, growth and carcass merit, she was the #1 $C among only three females in the entire Angus database at that level. Selling open and ready to flush, she sold for $135,000.00 to Johnson Angus Ranch, Durham, CT. Other open heifers bringing top prices include Lot 1AX, AH/B I G Deadwood F169 4158, a Poss Deadwood May ’22 model for $22,000 to Butz Hill Angus, Cedar Rapids, IA. Lot 5A, A H Cavalry 5306 4058 an October ’21 WAR Cavalry B063 Z044 daughter also brought $22,000.00 finding a new home with Kern Cattle, San Jacinto, CA. Among the bred cows, Lot #1 fetched the highest price of the day at $57,750.00. A Gardens Cache three year old, G A R Cache F169 sold due in January to J-3 Angus, Wernersville, PA. She was consigned by the sale hosts and Big Timber Angus. Several Pregnancy offerings were included in this year’s sale. High seller was Lot 2A, a Williams Hollywood 700-380 pregnancy from the sale topping Lot #2. This offering was purchased by Butz Hill Angus for $22,000.00. The Basin Jamison 1076 pregnancy from the same dam brought $20,000.00 on the bid from Tuckaway Angus, Bradford, PA. A special feature of the sale was Lot 6A. With the passing of close family friend, Mike Leary, A H Salvation N1065 4104, a January ’22 daughter of SG Salvation with a $Combined of $359 was sold with the proceeds going directly to the Leary family. She brought $20,000.00 on the bid from Kern Cattle. In future years, Angus Hill will donate a heifer in the Leary name with the proceeds going to a family that is most in need. Guest consignors to this year’s sale include Big Timber Cattle Company, Lithia, FL; Cheer Up Angus, Higganum, CT; J-3 Angus, Wernersville, PA; Lorson Angus, Jersey Shore, PA; North Wind Farms, Dayville, CT; Tuckaway Angus, Bradford, PA and WGR & Sons, Diamond, MO. The sale was managed by Parker Friedrich and Matt White with ringside assistance from Reese Tuckwiller, AAA Regional Manager, Delvin Helderman and Jack Hendrick. Handling the gavel was Dustin Layton.

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BonAnd Angus Quality Registered Angus Bulls and Heifers

Andy & Bonnie Campbell Owners

1679 North St Wyalusing, PA 18853 (570)363-2133, (570)721-0808 ancamp4020@hotmail.com

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Registered Angus

Larry M. Laribee vtranch.org

Carthage, NY 315-767-3290

Scott Kel l ey, Owner

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Weedsport, NY

lamontross1001@lahoo.com

Christopher Montross 315-406-1041

SHOW CATILE, REPIACEMENT HEIFERS AND BOW AVAIIABLE

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Junior Report | Written by Evie Groom

NY State Fair Junior Angus Show / Evie Groom The New York Junior Angus Association held a very successful show at the NY State Fair this year. The show was held August 28th with the judge being Ms Megan Pelan from Maryland. The Junior Show started off with our Showmanship contest where Evie Groom was named Champion Showman with McKayla Sugg placing in the Reserve spot. In the Cow/Calf division, Anna King’s pair were named Champion and Evie Groom’s pair named Reserve. Ms Pelan then sorted through the Heifer classes where Adeline Tommell claimed both the Champion and Reserve Champion titles. The last classes of the day were the Bull classes where Evie Groom earned both Champion and Reserve with her entries. Thank you to each and everyone of our sponsors who helped make this show happen and to our judge Megan Pelan for coming out and sorting through our cattle.

MAKING YOUTH OUR PRIORITY REGISTERED ANGUS

5493 Cheningo Rd Truxton, NY 13158 Carl Hinkle (607) 842-6936 Jeanetta Laudermilk, Mgr. (607) 345-6466 NewPennFarm@gmail.com

www.NewPennFarm.com

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Fa Producti sale

Oering: FEEDER CALVES

SELECT FEMALE LOTS FUTURE HERD SIRES

Locati: 8974 LYONS MARENGO RD LYONS, NY 14489

TULLYFERGUS ANGUS

wi gue csignors: MCCRACKEN VU | WALBRIDGE FARMS | HINKLEY HERITAGE FARM

SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 2022 NOON


TULLYFERGUS ANGUS

Welcome to our annual production sale! After a couple of years doing a virtual sale we are back in full sale mode with live cattle, our feeder sale, some of our top herd sire prospects and a free lunch! We look forward to welcoming everyone back and once again offering productive, attractive and affordable seedstock and commercial feeders from our valued bull customers. This year we at Tullyfergus are joined by regular consignors and partners in this sale Doug Giles, Walbridge Farms and Roger & Alice McCracken, McCracken Vu. In addition we will have 4 lots from long-time customer Andrew & Heidi Hinkley from Unadilla, NY. The quality will run deep in this sale and this is a great time to get into the Angus business or add quality seedstock to your existing operation. Any questions feel free to reach out to any of the people listed below, looking forward to seeing everyone on the 22nd! Robert & Linda Groom Tullyfergus Angus Lyons, NY. 14489 (315) 573-2569 rgroom67@gmail.com www.tullyfergus.com Roger & Alice McCracken McCracken Vu Piffard, NY. (585) 746-3002 Doug Giles Walbridge Farms Millbrook, NY (845) 235-3789 Andrew & Heidi Hinkley Hinkley Heritage Farm Unadilla, NY (607) 434-7333

AUCTIONEER: Rob Bannister (585)590-2390 SALE DAY CONTACTS: Robert Groom - (315) 573-2569 Doug Giles - (845) 235-3789 Roger McCracken - (585) 746-3002 Andrew Hinkley - (607) 434-7333 SALE ADDRESS: 8974 Lyons Marengo Rd, Lyons, NY 14489 Complimentary lunch will be served. “Every effort has been made to insure all information provided in the catalog and on the website is accurate however all announcements from the block supercede any previously supplied information.” SETTLEMENT: Unless previously arranged, settlement for all lots, except for feeder calves, is to be made at the conclusion of the auction. FEEDER CALF INFORMATION: We will again this year be offering a group of feeder steers and heifers sired by Tullyfergus bulls. These calves are being sold for delivery on or around November 20th, 2022. They sell on a 550lb base with a 5c slide. Trucking is the buyers responsibility. We guarantee that only healthy calves that have been vaccinated and boosted with Naselgen 3pmh, Vision 7 w/ Somnus and Bovi-shield Gold, are weaned and bunk broke, castrated and healed. For further information contact Robert Groom on 315-573-2569


HERD SIRE PROSPECTS Lot One

Tullyfergus Kansas 19K

DOB: 03/09/2022

REG: 20376785

Tattoo: 19K

Connealy Consensus 7229 (1644771) Connealy Black Granite (17028963)

CED

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$M

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+3

+2.1

+82

+13

+22

+56

+30

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+61

+74

+126

+224

80%

70%

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15%

80%

30%

85%

55%

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70%

Eura Elga of Conanga (16448837)

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus

V D A R Really Windy 4097 (15776681)

• A flush brother to 601, just 6 months younger. Halter broke and easy going, he has the same type and quality as his flush mate. Another of our very best prospects. Retaining 1/3 interest.

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 64 (17837995) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 82 (1720646)

Lot Two

Tullyfergus Kerosene 10K

DOB: 03/02/2022

REG: 20419803

Tattoo: 10K

Ellingson Homegrown 6035 (18542959) Ellingson Practical 9122 (19490425)

CED

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$M

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+13

-1.6

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+52

+105

+200

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5%

90%

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25%

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70%

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90%

EA Blacklass 7496 (18817748)

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus

V D A R Really Windy 4097 (15776681)

• Flush mate to 11K. This is our only Practical son to sell this year and he checks a lot of boxes from both a phenotype and a genetic standpoint. Solid calving ease and explosive growth. Retaining 1/3 interest.

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 437 (19128112) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 274 (14711022)

Lot Three

Tullyfergus Foundation 601

DOB: 09/20/2021

REG: 20302730

Tattoo: 601

Connealy Consensus 7229 (1644771) Connealy Black Granite (17028963) Eura Elga of Conanga (16448837) V D A R Really Windy 4097 (15776681) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 64 (17837995) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 82 (1720646) CED

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+65

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+25

+41

+.23

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+60

+63

+121

+217

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40%

50%

60%

70%

90%

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75%

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus • Herd sire prospect, no doubt! One of the very best bulls we’ve ever offered for sale. A stud from the get-go, he has been shown very successfully. He is backed by Forever Lady 64 who is featured on the cover of this catalog and is now in the Monodnock Ranch program in South Carolina. Sired by Black Granite who has been our most consistent sire over the past several years. Retaining 1/3 interest.

Tullyfergus Foundation 601 | Class Winner NYS Fair

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OPEN FEMALES Lot Four

McCracken Vu Kem 215

DOB: 04/26/2022

REG: 20426000

Tattoo: 215

Lot Seven

DOB: 04/05/2022

Connealy Final Product (15848422) Mc Cracken Vu Final Product (19486132)

Hinkley 59 Bridgett REG: 20399620

Tattoo: 59

W R A Mirror Image Z11 (17377329) Tullyfergus Aficionado 447 (19423317)

Mc Cracken Vu Evergreen 714 (19044144)

Tullyfergus Africa 173 (17534333)

BC Eagle Eye 110-7 (15751696)

Tullyfergus Beacon 646 (18812631)

McCracken Vu Kem 246 (18652565)

Tullyfergus Bridgett 409 (19505667)

K E M 875 of Woodlawn (14976169) Consigned by McCracken Vu

Lot Five

Hinkley 69 Erica

DOB: 04/06/2022

REG: 20399618

Tullyfergus Bridgett 386 (18490148) CED

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$W

+8

+.2

+42

+76

+24

+39

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30%

95%

95%

65%

90%

Consigned by Hinkley Heritage Farm

Tattoo: 69

W R A Mirror Image Z11 (17377329) Tullyfergus Aficionado 447 (19423317) Tullyfergus Africa 173 (17534333) Barrage of Wye UMF 10869 (18627225) Tullyfergus Erika 189 (19506823) Tullyfergus Erica 165 (18133908) CED

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+.5

+39

+67

+23

+36

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35%

95%

95%

75%

95%

Lot Six

Consigned by Hinkley Heritage Farm

McCracken Vu Missie 208

DOB: 04/06/2022

REG: 20428595

Tullyfergus Erica 165 | Lot 5 Maternal Grandam Dam of Lot 11

Tattoo: 208

Sitz Stellar 726D (18397542) Sitz Barricade 632F (19078148 ) SITZ Barbaramere Nell 765D (18689015) Connealy Mainstay (18839231) McCracken Vu Missie 912 (19467354) Mc Cracken Vu Missie 718 (19044159) Consigned by McCracken Vu

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 64 | Dam of Lot 1 and Lot 3

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OPEN FEMALES Lot Eight

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 11K

DOB: 03/02/2022

REG: 20419804

Tattoo: 11K

Ellingson Homegrown 6035 (18542959) Ellingson Practical 9122 (19490425) EA Blacklass 7496 (18817748) V D A R Really Windy 4097 (15776681) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 437 (19128112)

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 11K | Lot 8

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 274 (14711022) CED

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-3.0

+34

+69

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-0.4

+51

+39

+78

+152

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95%

35%

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Tullyfergus Forever Lady 437 Donor dam of 10K (herd bull prospect) and 11K (show heifer prospect). In the photo she is nursing Tullyfergus Freedom 61 who is the service sire for Lots 13 & 14. Maternal grandam to 7K.

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus • A definite sale feature. Ellingson Practical has sired an exceptional set of calves for us and this one has a world of potential, halter broke and gentle. Out of our Forever Lady 437 cow whose influence is spread across this offering. Her flush brother also sells.

Lot Nine

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 7K

DOB: 01/19/2022

REG: 20376442

Tattoo: 7K

Plattemere Weigh Up K360 (16692552) Stevenson Turning Point (18434747)

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+58

+103

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Stevenson Pride I167x (16607377)

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus

Whitestone 18-Million (18000000)

• The first of 2 excellent Turning Point heifer calves. Out of our top 2 year old, a daughter of Forever Lady 437 by Whitestone 18 Million, this Turning Point prospect has the credentials to be a show heifer and a foundation/ donor quality female. Halter broke and gentle.

Tullyfergus Forever Lady 40 (19800265) Tullyfergus Forever Lady 437 (19128112)

Lot Ten

CED

Tullyfergus Beauty 1K

DOB: 01/01/2022

Reg: 20376441

Tattoo: 1K

Plattemere Weigh Up K360 (16692552) Stevenson Turning Point (18434747)

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+50

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+42

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Stevenson Pride I167x (16607377) Tullyfergus Foresight 656 (18674925) Tullyfergus Beauty 50 (19744687) Tullyfergus TV Beauty 197 (15694404) Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus • Halter broke and gentle, her dam (pictured right) was shown very successfully as a calf.

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OPEN FEMALES Lot Eleven

DOB: 09/13/2021

Tullyfergus Erica 581 REG: 20302728

Tattoo: 581

Connealy Consensus 7229 (1644771) Connealy Black Granite (17028963) Eura Elga of Conanga (16448837) JSK Galileo 1322 (17691543) CED

Tullyfergus Erica 165 (18133908) Kelleys Erica 17X (16656661)

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+201

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Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus • A top prospect right out of our fall replacement pen. We are loving these Black Granite calves and this one is out of our donor Tullyfergus Erica 165. Halter broke and gentle, this one is hard to part with!

BRED FEMALES Lot Twelve

McCracken Vu Missie 123

DOB: 05/19/2021

REG: 20301695

Tattoo: 123

Connealy Final Product (15848422)

Lot Fourteen

DOB: 04/19/2021

Hinkley Birdie Bridget REG: 20308132

Tattoo: 49

Connealy Final Product (15848422) Mc Cracken Vu Final Product (19486132)

Mc Cracken Vu Final Product (19486132) Mc Cracken Vu Evergreen 714 (19044144)

Mc Cracken Vu Evergreen 714 (19044144)

Connealy Mainstay (18839231)

Tullyfergus Beacon 646 (18812631) Tullyfergus Bridgett 409 (19505667)

McCracken Vu Missie 912 (19467354) Mc Cracken Vu Missie 718 (19044159)

Tullyfergus Bridgett 386 (18490148)

Consigned by McCracken Vu

Consigned by Hinkley Heritage Farm

• Safe to HAF Edemas Tombstone 5791 (20090571) due 4/22.

• Safe to Tullyfergus Freedom 61 (20081176) due 5/15.

Lot Thirteen

Lot Fifteen

DOB: 04/28/2021

Hinkley Ella Rose Erica REG: 20308133

Tattoo: 39

Tullyfergus Bannon 176 (18633334) Hinkley Angus Beef Steak 419 (19788095)

DOB: 02/28/2021

McCracken Vu Missie 112 REG: 20425999

Tattoo: 112

B C Lookout 7024 (14791623) BC Eagle Eye 110-7 (15751696)

Heathcote Primrose 600B (18443157)

B C Pure Pride Erica D 110 (13917354)

Barrage of Wye UMF 10869 (18627225)

PVF Insight 0129 (16805884)

Tullyfergus Erika 189 (19506823) Tullyfergus Erica 165 (18133908)

Mc Cracken Vu Missie 718 (19044159) Mc Cracken Vu Missie 226 (15753238)

Consigned by Hinkley Heritage Farm

Consigned by McCracken Vu

• Safe to Tullyfergus Freedom 61 (20081176) due 3/24.

• Safe to Ellington Homegrown 6035 (18542959) due 4/12.

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BRED COWS Lot Sixteen

Tullyfergus PrimroseLady 150

DOB: 03/11/2020

REG: 19744684

Tattoo: 150

W R A Mirror Image Z11 (17377329) Tullyfergus Foresight 656 (18674925)

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+23

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+42

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Tullyfergus Forever Lady 274 (14711022)

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus

Tullyfergus Pacific 362 (17534426)

• A daughter of our show cow this year who was Supreme Champion at Wayne County, and is a productive female linebred to our foundation SVF Primrose Lady 175K. This 2 yo daughter of Foresight is built for longevity and productivity. We have retained her 2022 daughter by Turning Point. Sells bred to our herdsire Mag Bright due 2/20/23, ultrasound indicates a heifer calf.

Tullyfergus Primrose Lady 27 (18812630) Tullyfergus Primrose Lady 327 (5812837)

Lot Seventeen BPUCK Blackbird 282 DOB: 03/11/2020

REG: 19817833

Tattoo: 282

Dameron First Class (16175085) SCC First-N-Goal GAF 114 (17030115)

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+3.8

+51

+85

+20

+35

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S C C Royal Blackbird 502 (15167322)

Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus

S A F Strategy 9015 (13334022 )

• Evie’s show heifer from 2021, she raised a stout Brexit bull calf this year as her first calf that we have retained. Sells bred to Musgrave 316 Exclusive due 1/1/23, ultrasound indicates a bull calf.

Blackbird 2 (15159919) Feds Blackbird 3022 (14466828)

Walbridge Elela 994

Lot Eighteen DOB: 12/01/2019

REG: 20428096

Tattoo: 994

W R A Mirror Image T10 (15861097) W R A Mirror Image Z11 (17377329)

CED

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+53

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+27

+76

+52

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W R A Royal Lady 392S (15507672)

Consigned by Walbridge Farms

Plainview Lutton E102 (14819576)

• Confirmed safe to LD Grazer 7090 (1915413) due 3/7.

Walbridge Elela 379 (17840052) Walbridge Elela 079 (17675446)

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BRED COWS Lot Nineteen Walbridge Juliet 743

Lot Twenty

DOB: 04/03/2017

DOB: 01/29/2015

REG: 19716889

Tattoo: 743

Walbridge Enchantress 510 REG: 18432966

Tattoo: 510

Jsar Mr Rodman 39HKR (15260749)

W R A Mirror Image T10 (15861097)

JSAR Titan (16542035)

W R A Mirror Image Z11 (17377329) W R A Royal Lady 392S (15507672)

JSAR Blk Future Direct 201RT (15982802)

Duff Encore 702 (15944136)

Sp The Answer 813 (16163740) Walbridge Enchantress 308 (17857927)

P S Juliet 730 010 (16695024)

Walbridge Enchantress 115 (17804053)

P S Juliet 379 730 (15884716) CED

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+46

+79

+25

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+42

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+26

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Consigned by Walbridge Farms

Consigned by Walbridge Farms

• Confirmed safe to LD Grazer 7090 (1915413) due 3/25.

• Confirmed safe to CAF Dakota (18646829) ultrasound estimated due date 2/7.

HEIFER PREGNANCY Lot Twenty One Heifer Pregnancy Due 3/10/23

KR Cadillac Ranch

KR Cadillac Jack (17954398) Sire: KR Cadillac Ranch (18875651) KR Pride 403 (17944111) Boyd New Day 8005 (13050780) Donor: Tullyfergus Africa 173 (17534333) Tullyfergus Ariadne 112 (14330744) Consigned by Tullyfergus Angus • Recip is a registered Charolais who has raise ET calves and we have several calves of this mating available to view sale day.

TULLYFERGUS

ANGUS ROBERT & LINDA GROOM 8974 LYONS MARENGO RD LYONS, NY. 14489 (315) 573-2569 • RGROOM67@GMAIL.COM WWW.TULLYFERGUS.COM

Tullyfergus Africa 173 | Donor dam of Lot 21 at 9 years of age with her natural heifer calf by Sitz Barricade


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Trowbridge Farms | Sale Report

Trowbridge “Family Affair” Female Production Sale The annual Trowbridge “Family Affair” Female Production sale held September 17th once again was a successful outing for the Trowbridge family. Guest consignors included At Ease Acres, Berne, NY; Brookside Angus, New Wilmington, PA; Cheer Up Angus, Higganum, CT; Dorado Angus, Mooers, NY; Montross Cattle Company, Weedsport, NY; Mud Creek Angus, Ghent, NY; North Wind Farms, Dayville, CT; Pavelski Angus, Jermyn, PA; Rooker Angus, Smock, PA; Stoffels Glenview Farm, Glenmont, NY and WBB Farms, Alden, NY. Forty-seven Angus female lots were auctioned off for an average of $4267.00 and a gross total of $200,550.00. Forty-nine embryos were offered and averaged $766.00 per embryo. Highlights of the sale were the maternal sister offerings from the famous Trowbridge, Boyd and Myers donor, Frost Elba Lizzy 564. Her daughters Lot 1 and 1A topped the offerings for the day. Lot 1A, a BJ Surpass January ’22 heifer brought $22,000.00 on the bid of Stellpflug Cattle Company, Douglas, WY. Her March ’22 maternal sister by Connealy Clarity sold to Mad Matt Farm, Whitehall, NY for $12,000.00. Other highlights include Lot 9 & 9A, Trowbridge Pure Pride7112, a September ’17 K C F Bennett Fortress daughter from the well- known Pure Pride T152 family with her January ’22 Tehama Bonanza E410 heifer calf. They were sold to the winning bid of Hansen Farm, Nassau, NY for $8500.00. Another outstanding cow/calf offering was Lot 7 & 7A. Trowbridge Emulota 061, a July ’20 Thomas Navigator 5771 daughter sold with her recently born heifer calf sired by the Trowbridge show bull Trowbridge Finn to Omara Angus, Ghent, NY for $7000.00. At the start of the sale attendees were entertained by twelve year old Haxton Hoffman from Thedford, Nebraska. Haxton is an accomplished Bagpipe player and played several tunes to begin the festivities of the day. This year’s sale was managed by Rance Long with Ron Kreis crying the sale. Assisting at ringside were Reese Tuckwiller, AAA Regional Manager, Dick Carmichael, Nick Cummings and Mike Shanahan. In addition to the Angus offering, twenty-three lots of top end Hereford cattle were offered through the Northeast Elite Hereford Sale.

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Sale Report | Cow Power

49th Annual Cow Power Sale The 49th edition of the Cow Power sale was held Saturday August 20th in Linwood, NY. Hosted once again by Waltons Way Farm, Travis and Sarah Walton, the sale also included consignments from Bullard Creek Cattle, Athens, PA; Central Bridge Farms, Central Bridge, NY; Finger Lakes Cattle Company, Penn Yan, NY; Hoffman Cattle Company, Annandale, NJ; Johnson Angus Ranch, Durham, CT; SG Angus, Bloomfield, NY; Treadway Angus, Bloomfield, NY and Willis and Stavola Land and Cattle, Colts Neck, NJ. Forty-one lots of registered Angus females crossed through the sale ring for a total of $130,000.00, averaging $3170.00 per lot. In addition, 20 embryos sold $10,000.00 for an average of $500.00 per embryo. Top of the sale was Lot #1, Waltons Way Madame Pride W1200, a September ’21 heifer consigned by the sale hosts. A daughter of GVC-Adel 205FB (Jindra Acclaim son) she was from a daughter of Connealy Legendary 644L bred by At Ease Acres, Berne, NY. Sporting a $Combined ranking in the top 1% of the breed and due in the spring to BJ Surpass, she sold for $9500.00 to FB Genetics, Dumas, TX and D&W Angus, Hartwell, GA. Lot #30 Springfield Erianna 9067 consigned by Johnson Angus Ranch was high seller of the cow offerings. The three year old Poss Maverick daughter ranking in the top 1% $Combined sold for $5000.00 to Mark Butz, Cedar Rapids, IA. High seller of the Embryo offerings was lot #27 From Waltons Way. Three conventional IVF embryos sired by Basin Jamison 1076 from AH/B I G Opus 711 4384 brought a winning bid of $900/embryo from Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC. This year’s sale was managed by Zach Moffitt, with ringside assistance from Reese Tuckwiller, AAA Regional Manager and Vince Perry on special assignment. Auctioneer for the day was Rob Bannister.

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On behalf of the New York Jr. Association, we are excited for this 2022 show year. The Jr. Association was designed to give the jr. the opportunity to exhibit their cattle at State, County, Regional, & National shows and towards agricultural education. We pride ourselves on supporting and giving back to our youth. We are extremely thankful for all the past participation we have had from sponsors and volunteers, we are excited to continued, those partnership in 2022. Please let us know if you have any questions regarding the sponsorship levels. Our Jr. Association appreciate your continued support of youth in agriculture.

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Carthage, NY 315-767-3290

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ijm�n RIB ��u�, �!A(K ��rn & �f�fill� Dennis Montross 315-730-5034

Weedsport, NY

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New York State Fair 2022 | ROV Angus Show Results

GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE Dieckmann Polly 1118 Adeline Tommell | Fonda, NY

RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE PVF Missie 1080 Adeline Tommell | Fonda, NY

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GRAND CHAMPION BULL HWK Splash 105 Hawks Hill Farm | Cobleskill, NY

RESERVE CHAMPION BULL C&C Farms Growth Fund Buster C & C Farms | West Winfield, NY

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New York State Fair 2022 | ROV Angus Show Results

GRAND CHAMPION COW CALF KRA Evelyn K04H Anna King | Cobleskill, NY

RESERVE CHAMPION COW CALF Trowbridge Pride Lucile 222 Daisy Trowbridge | Ghent, NY

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