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Wednesday, January 18, 2012 NWSS Commercial Female Show - 9:30 a.m. (livestock center) NWSS “Select� Commercial Female Sale - 2:30 p.m. (livestock center) Pfizer Cattlemens Social - 4:30 p.m. (livestock center)


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NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Hello Cattlemen, Thank you for your interest in this outstanding set of females consigned to the National Western Female Show and Sale! We have representation from some of the western states finest cattle operations. You will recognize many of the consignors as having entered cattle in this sale for a number of years. They have always brought excellent stock and this year is no exception! We have a sprinkling of new consignors as well that have dug into the heart of their genetics to bring you top quality cattle. You will find in the footnotes of each lot the vaccination programs that the heifers have been raised under and many of the consignors have also spelled out the feed regimen that has been followed in their development of the cattle. These cattle are ready to go to work for you. As we all know, replacement females are in high demand and prices for feeder calves are expected to remain at or near record highs for the foreseeable future. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy some great cattle. After the sale join us for the Cattlemen’s Social sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health right in the Auction Arena. If you want to take in the Rodeo that night, join the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association in their seating block by ordering them directly from the CCA at 303.431.6422. All of us at the National Western Stock Show look forward to seeing you at the Sale on Wednesday January 18th at 2:30pm. If you want to bid on line or just watch the sale on the web, go to either www.nationalwestern.com and look for sales on the livestock page or at www.cattleinmotion. com. Be sure to register before the sale starts. If you have questions, feel free to call the Livestock Office of the National Western Stock Show at 303.299.5559.

Marshall Ernst


PENS OF COMMERCIAL & CCA FEMALES • JANUARY 18, 2012 • SALE TERMS AND CONDITIONS TERMS: Terms of the sale are cash or check and are payable to NWSS immediately upon conclusion of the sale before animals will be removed from the National Western Stock Show grounds. All sales are final! Sale Manager (NWSS) reserves the right to require a certified check as settlement before releasing any cattle. Anyone issuing a check with insufficient funds or wrongfully stopping payment on a check after taking animals off the NWSS grounds will be dealt with accordingly under Colorado Law. Checks will be cleared through the Check 21 process with the Bank. BUYERS & SELLERS RISK: All animals are the seller’s risk prior to their sale. All animals in the sale become the immediate property of the buyer as soon as declared sold by the auctioneer. All buyers are expected to recognize this fact of their ownership and accept full responsibility of that animal. BIDDING: Each animal will be sold to the highest bidder. Any disputes or challenges regarding bids or tie bids will be settled by the auctioneer and his decision will be final. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Cattle sell as stated. Any errors or changes in information contained in this catalog will be announced from the block and such announcements shall take precedence over the catalog information. HEALTH: all animals shall be eligible for interstate shipment. Interstate health papers prepared by a licensed veterinarian will be furnished on each animal sold. All animals in this offering must meet all of the health requirements of the National Western Stock Show for Brucellosis and TB and be tested for Scabies as stated in the Livestock Premium Book. BREEDING GUARANTEE: For each heifer entry, the exhibitor must present a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian stating that the heifers are open or bred. The certificate must be issued within 14 days prior to the show and sale. If there is no certificate, the heifers will be pregnancy checked at the seller’s expense. Seller represents heifers as they are for current and future breeding purposes. LIABILITIES: All persons who attend the sale do so at their own risk. The auction facility and sale manager assume no liability for any accidents that may occur. Neither does the auction facility or sale manager assume liability for the loss or injury to livestock due to theft, mysterious disappearance, sickness, improper handling, Act of God or any occurrences beyond the control of the sale manager. Any legal action, that may in exceptional cases be taken, must be between the buyer and the seller. DISCLAIMER: It is to be clearly understood that the sale manager and its representative act only as a medium between the buyer and the seller. The NWSS and their representatives are not responsible in any way for the failure on the part of the buyer and the seller to live up to their obligations or for the truth of any warranties or representation, expressed or implied. This catalog has been prepared by the sale manager from information supplied by the sellers, however, the sale manager will in no way guarantee the pedigree, percentages of the animals selling, or data included in this catalog. CONTRACT: The above terms and conditions of the sale shall constitute a contract that is binding between the buyer and the seller of each animal and shall be equally binding upon both. Any resale of an animal constitutes a separate transaction. ANY DISPUTES: In the event there are any disputes regarding a sale, all questions may be directed to Kyle Mortensen, Yards Manager, at (303) 297-1166 ext. 5600. Auctioneer: John Korrey Publications Represented: Jim Gies, Western Livestock Journal • Brett Spader, Kansas Stockman Randy Rasby, Livestock Plus • Guy Peverly, High Plains Journal • Levi Landers, Western Livestock Reporter


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Stacked Lazy 3 Ranch Keven & Sandi Turecek• Deer Trail, CO Head: 10

Breed: Angus

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 10-11 months

Descriptions: These heifers were born the first week of February, unassisted in the pasture in subzero temperatures. They are Sitz Dash 10277 daughters. They are moderate frame score heifers with excellent phenotype and uniformity, typical of Dash progeny. They possess both balance and depth, and will make tremendous mothers. They were born to first calf heifers from Sitz Alliance and Rainmaker cows from our commercial herd. Weaned on Oct. 22, 2011, turned on native grass with free choice of salt and mineral. On Nov. 30, 2011, heifer were placed in a dry lot with free choice hay, salt, mineral and a custom grown ration. One look at these heifers and they speak for themselves. they are the commerical cattlemans kind.

Vaccinations:

At spring branding, calves were given ViraShield 6+L5 and UltraVac 8. They were boostered prior to weaning on Oct. 22 and back poured with Permectin. They were also bangs vaccinated and can be transported anywhere.

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Stacked Lazy 3 Ranch Keven & Sandi Turecek • Deer Trail, CO Head: 10

Breed: Angus

PEN: Age: 10 months

Descriptions: These calves are some fancy February/March born Angus replacement heifers. They are the product of an extensive AI program centered on Sitz Angus Genetics. They were born unassisted in the pasture. Sired by Alliance, Rain Maker Sitz Angus bulls and cleaned up with sons of Alliance, Valubull8198, Onward, Tradition and Sitz New Design. These bulls were selected with the use of IGENITY profile for genomic-enhances EPD’s. These nice calves were weaned Oct. 22 and not treated for any illness. They were turned on native grass with free choice of salt and mineral. On Nov. 30, 2011, heifers were placed in dry lot with free choice hay, salt, mineral and a custom grown ration. These heifers were pelvic measured by Dr. Steve Ferree.

Vaccinations:

At spring branding, calves were given ViraShield 6+L5 and UltraVac 8. They were boostered at weaning with same on Oct. 22 and back poured with Permectin, along with bangs. These heifer can be transported anywhere.


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NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Culver Cattle Operations Donald M. Culver • Boulder, CO Head: 10

PEN:

Breed: Commercial Angus

Age: 11 months

Descriptions: These heifers are sired by Culver Cattle proven High Altitude Angus sires Sinclair Mountain Pass 4P138, SVF Shamrock In Focus 116T and Redland Napolean 2475. The heifer calves are closely related to the yearling bulls that we are offering in our annual bull sale held at our Owl Creek Ranch in Walden, Colo., on March 27, 2012. For details on our breeding program and bull sale, refer to our website www.culvercattle.com or contact Jon Gabel 303-594-5520.

Vaccinations: At birth Apha 7, at branding Vision 7 with Somnus, Vista Once SQ pre weaning, Vista Once SQ and poured with Ivermectin, boostered after weaning with Vista 5 and Bangs vaccinated December 7, 2011.

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Culver Cattle Operations Donald M. Culver • Boulder, CO Head: 10

Breed: Commercial Angus

PEN: Age: 11 months

Descriptions: These heifers are sired by Culver Cattle proven High Altitude Angus sires Sinclair Mountain Pass 4P138, SVF Shamrock In Focus 116T and Redland Napolean 2475. The heifer calves are closely related to the yearling bulls that we are offering in our annual bull sale held at our Owl Creek Ranch in Walden, Colo., on March 27, 2012. For details on our breeding program and bull sale, refer to our website www.culvercattle.com or contact Jon Gabel 303-594-5520.

Vaccinations: At birth Apha 7, at branding Vision 7 with Somnus, Vista Once SQ pre weaning, Vista Once SQ and poured with Ivermectin, boostered after weaning with Vista 5 and Bangs vaccinated December 7, 2011.


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NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Cevey & Ashley Pennington Cevey & Ashley Pennington • Kiowa, CO Head: 11

Breed: Lowline Angus x Commercial Angus

PEN:

Age: 10-11 months

Descriptions: Lowline Angus x Commercial Angus heifers sired by the 2006 National Champion Lowline Bull Little Joe.

Vaccinations: 7-way/ Vista Once/ Poured with Ivermectin

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Colorado State University

PEN:

Fort Collins, CO Head: 10

Breed: Angus x Hereford

Age: 10-11 months

Descriptions: Fancy black baldy heifers that are the cream of the crop from commercial Angus cows and Hereford bulls. Ready -to-breed this season.

Vaccinations: Branding: Inforce 3, Ultrabac 8, Dectomax Wean/Booster: Boxigold 5 (x2), One Shot, Ultrabac 7/ Somnus (x2), Dectomax, Bangs vaccinationed


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Muddy Creek Ranch Karen Shockey • Wilsall, MT Head: 11

Breed: Angus w/Lowline Influence

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 9 months

Descriptions: This pen of commercial heifers are from a proven group of grass based Angus Lowline influenced cows. Their genetic counter parts graded 40 percent Choice at 18 months on grass.

Vaccinations: Influenza and Alpha 7 at birth/ 2 shots Vision 7 and Somnus/ Vista/ Calfhood Vac.

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

T-Heart Ranch Shane & Beth Temple • Center, CO Head: 10

Breed: Sim/Angus

Descriptions: All 1/2 sibs sired by LRS Big Country Time 8211.

Vaccinations: VACHS

PEN: Age: 9 months


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Walter Farms Inc. Terry Walter • Hudson, CO Head: 11

Breed: Black Angus

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 22 months

Descriptions: These bred heifer are athletic, rugged, deep, thick, low maintenance and are maternally powerful. Walter Angus prides on the forge development of our cattle. Grain, silage and expensive supplements are not used in any part of our feed program. As yearlings, these heifers were weaned and turned right back out onto hard grass then wintered on residual orchard pasture grass. They ran this summer in Fraser, Colo., at 8500 feet. Prior to the stock show, they were on high roughage, low energy ration.

Breeding: These are BR Ambush 28 daughters out of Mytty In Focus cows, that were born unassisted. These heifers were AI bred May 30 through June 10 to a Prime Star/Onward proven calving ease sire. Clean-up bull was a WXW Nebraska 94 CED EPD+ 12 and -0.6 BW EPD. They are all preg checked safe for March/April calving.

Vaccinations: Our standard immunization program included BVD, IBR, BRSV and P13, Pasturella Haemolytica, Clostridia 4-Way, Haemophilus somnus. Leptospria/Vibrio including the Leptospira borgpetersennii serovar hardjo bovis. This protocol includes all appropriate boosters. Bangs, Ivermectin pour-on and the heifers received a stomach magnet. All tested negative for BVD. We are an established Level 2: Colorado Johne’s Control Program. Walter Angus will deliver free of charge within a 200 miles radius. After 200 miles, normal freight will be charged. Delivery at buyers risk.


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Walter Farms Inc. Terry Walter • Hudson, CO Head: 11

Breed: Black Angus

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 22 months

Descriptions: These bred heifers are athletic, rugged, deep, thick, low maintenance and are maternally powerful. Walter Angus prides on the forge development of our cattle. Grain, silage and expensive supplements are not used in any part of our feed program. As yearlings, these heifers were weaned and turned right back out onto hard grass then wintered on residual orchard pasture grass. They ran this summer in Fraser, Colo., at 8500 feet. Prior to the stock show, they were on high roughage, low energy ration.

Breeding: These are BR Ambush 28 daughters out of Mytty In Focus cows, that were born unassisted. These heifers were AI bred May 30 through June 10 to a Prime Star/Onward proven calving ease sire. Clean-up bull was a WXW Nebraska 94 CED EPD+ 12 and -0.6 BW EPD. They are all preg checked safe for March/April calving.

Vaccinations: Our standard immunization program included BVD, IBR, BRSV and P13, Pasturella Haemolytica, Clostridia 4-Way, Haemophilus somnus. Leptospria/Vibrio including the Leptospira borgpetersennii serovar hardjo bovis. This protocol includes all appropriate boosters. Bangs, Ivermectin pour-on and the heifers received a stomach magnet. All tested negative for BVD. We are an established Level 2: Colorado Johne’s Control Program. Walter Angus will deliver free of charge within a 200 miles radius. After 200 miles, normal freight will be charged. Delivery at buyers risk.


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Carnahan Ranches Inc. Charlie Carnahan • Kiowa, CO Head: 11

Breed: Angus - Maine Anjou

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 10 months

Descriptions: Black heifer calves born April 2011 out of black Maine-Anjou cows sired by Angus bulls from Spruce Mountain Ranch. Weaned November 1 at approximately 575 at weaning weight. Fed grass, alfalfa hay and 6 pounds of grain. Sorted from 200 heifer calves.

Vaccinations: Pfizer Bovi-Shield Gold 5, One Shot, Vision 7 Somnus, Bangs vaccinated, Poured with Ivermectin.

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Chain Ranch Newley Hutchison • Canton, OK Head: 11

Breed: Red Angus Cross Half-Sisters

PEN: Age: 11 months

Descriptions: This fancy set of AI’ed half sisters are out of a UBAR Sequoia son, NBAR Woody and Chain Ranches top producing commercial females. UBAR Sequoia is one of the Red Angus breeds top producers. Chain Ranches purchased NBAR Woody from NBAR Cattle Company in 2009 and has used him extensively in order to prove him. We have over 70 progeny out of NBAR Woody. This is the first calf crop out of NBAR Woody and we think you’ll agree he has done his job. The steer mates to this set of females were pulled and weighed after 45 days on wheat pasture and gained 3.4 pounds a day. If you are looking for an outstanding set of red replacements, we don’t think you will be disappointed with this set of females.

Vaccinations:

Select VAC 45/ All Natural/ Age and Source Verified


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Chain Ranch Newely Hutchison • Canton, OK Head: 11

Breed: Rangemaster

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

PEN: Age: 12 months

Descriptions: This set of black baldy heifers were raised on Chain Ranch’s Cheyenne Valley division. This region of Oklahoma is mostly rocky and rough terrain. The cow herd that we maintain on this division is extremely moderate framed, easy keeping Angus based cows. The Hereford bulls that the heifers are out of were raised by Chain Ranches and have 70 years of Hereford breeding behind them. These baldy heifers were raised with no supplement during the most severe drought that our area has seen since the 50’s. Here is a set of soggy middled, easy keeping replacement females that know how to take care of themselves.

Vaccinations: Select VAC 45/ All Natural/ Age and Source Verified

NWSS Commercial Open Heifers

Chain Ranch Newley Hutchison • Canton, OK Head: 11

Breed: Angus based com-

mercial replacement heifers

PEN: Age: 12 months

Descriptions: This fancy set of Angus based heifers are a representation of what the Chain Ranch has strived for over the past century. Combining Chain Ranch commercial cow power with Express Ranch genetic bulls, we feel that these heifers have what it takes to rise to the top and pay dividends to any commercial cowman.

Vaccinations: Select VAC 45/ All Natural/ Age and Source Verified


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