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New York Angus Association Mission The object of this association will be to promote in all ways the interests of the Angus cattle producers of New York State, to increase the number of breeders, to advertise and promote New York as an Angus breeding center as an inducement of buyers to visit New York breeders, to assist in furnishing outlets by promoting public sales and otherwise for the sales of surplus breeding and feeder stock of members, to seek to improve the general merit and extend the favorable reputation of New York Angus, and to do any and all proper things necessary to advance the prosperity of the breed and its breeders herein.

President’s Message Welcome Dear NY Angus Members, Welcome to the latest edition of the NYS Angus Directory! Here you will find a wealth of information regarding our members, sponsors and other events throughout New York and the Northeast. The New York Angus Association prides ourselves on the fact that we are an inclusive organization. We strive to make all returning members and new members alike feel right at home. I encourage you to reach out and visit with our breeders. There are many regional and statewide functions throughout the year. In addition, many breeders welcome on-farm visits. So, look them up, I’m sure they’d love to visit with you! Finally, if you are thinking of purchasing a product or service, check out the various agribusinesses listed in the directory. We want to patronize the businesses that support the NY Angus Association. Always feel free to give a call with any questions, comments or concerns. The strength of our organization comes from its membership and our member’s thoughts and opinions are vital! Best of Luck! Nicole Tommell 6

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New York Angus Association Board of Directors 2016

Officers President: Nicole Tommell, Fonda, NY - 518-369-5149 mmtcattle@gmail.com Vice President: Jerry Emerich, Mooers, NY - 518-593-0212 dorado@primelink1.net Secretary/Treasurer: Robert Groom, Lyons, NY - 315-573-2569 robert@angus.us Past President: Doug Giles, Millbrook, NY - 845-235-3789 walbridgefarms@optonline.net

Directors Rob Bannister, Kent, NY (2018)

Tim Pallokat, Union Springs, NY (2019)

Craig Simmons, Ghent, NY (2018)

Brett Chedzoy, Watkins Glen, NY (2017)

Derrick DeBoer, Berne, NY (2018)

Allan Lawyer, Millbrook, NY (2017)

Travis Walton, Linwood, NY (2019)

Fred Tracy, Stillwater, NY (2017)

Pete Murphy, Tully, NY (2019)

New York Junior Angus Association 2016 Juniors President: Jayne Bannister Vice President: Katie Hopkins Secretary: Sara Fessner Treasurer: Anna King Reporter/ Historian: Marc Tommell Queen: Jayne Bannister Princess: Katie Hopkins Princess: Courtney Charlesworth Princess: Sara Fessner Princess: Anna King Sweetheart: Evie Groom Sweetheart: Addy Tommell www.NY-ANGUS.com

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Table of Contents Beef CheckOff.......................................................................65 Beef Quality Assurance...........................................................77 CAB - Setting the Standard......................................................70 Comparing Breeds.................................................................78 Foot Score Guidelines.............................................................71 Frame Score..................................................................... 68-69 Gestation Table......................................................................67 Herd Health..........................................................................72 Junior Association Application.................................................54 Junior Association Flashback.............................................. 52-53 Junior Association Officers........................................................7 Membership Application.........................................................41 Membership Awards..............................................................58 Membership by County...................................................... 56-57 Membership Cross Reference............................................. 50-51 Membership..................................................................... 17-40 Mission Statement....................................................................6 New York Association By-Laws........................................... 44-46 New York Beef Council...........................................................66 New York Beef Producers Association.........................................8 New York State Fair...............................................................83 New York State Female Sale, 2016..................................... 14-15 Officers and Directors...............................................................7 Online Calf Registrations, Electronic Transfers....................... 80-81 Our Angus Family..................................................................13 Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Message.................................................................6 Reaching Your Customers........................................................16 Showing Appreciation....................................................... 82-83

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Our Angus Family The Importance of Membership WrittenBy: By:Allen AllenMoczygemba, Moczygemba,American AmericanAngus AngusAssn. Ass. CEO Written CEO Less than 150 years after George Grant brought the first Angus cattle to America, you and your families in New York have built this breed and this Association into one of the great success stories in American agriculture. But that’s why we form organizations like the New York and American Angus Associations, to help each other out, to pool our resources and know-how, to build something significant that wouldn’t be possible without the collective contributions of each and every member. To be a family of a friends – all working for, and supporting, each other. Angus today enjoys a greater than sixty-five percent market share in the genetics marketplace. Premiums for Angus cattle have never been higher. And thanks to Certified Angus Beef, there’s been nine consecutive years of record setting growth. And it’s all driven by the efforts of the Angus family – members and staff – that share a collective commitment to improvement of not only the Angus breed, but also to the rural communities that we live in and the beef industry as a whole. Our charge is to ensure that our growth continues. To ensure that opportunities expand and to ensure that the Association’s resources are focused in ways that continue to drive demand for our cattle. So even though today we’re celebrating unprecedented success, this Association cannot rest on its laurels because we all understand that there are no guarantees for our success. We must continue to push forward with the same shared commitment to advancing the interests of Angus, while finding ways to expand market share and market relevance. www.NY-ANGUS.com

Finally, I believe that market relevance drives, and ultimately, grows market share. In fact, I don’t believe that long-term growth can occur in the marketplace without providing a product that’s relevant. And that applies to both cattle genetics and carcass quality. In order to ensure that we continue to grow in relevance with both commercial cattlemen and consumers, it’s imperative that we continue to approach our mission in a strategic and disciplined manner. But that’s what we’ve done as an Association and what we’ll continue to do moving forward. In the end, however, it’s all about families. Our Angus family is strong, both nationally and in New York, and will continue to serve as the foundation for our growth and relevance in the marketplace.

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New York State Angus Female Sale 2016

This year’s New York State Angus Female Sale was once again a great success! The sale was again held at New Penn Farm in Truxton, NY. Our sale hosts, Carl Hinkle and Jeanetta Laudermilk of New Penn Farm deserve our most sincere Thank You for all their hard work and effort to make this year’s sale such a success. We want to also thank the consigners who sold some of the best phenotypical and genetically combined females from within New York State and New England; and also the buyers who came from all over the New England region. A big Thank You goes out to the New Penn 4H club for all their help and willingness to jump in where they were

needed. The sale was a great experience for the kids and they really stepped up and put their best efforts forth, thank you! The facilities at New Penn Farm made for a fantastic sale site and an enjoyable day was had by all. The sale featured 60 lots and the Angus grossed $186,625 with an average of $3110. It is with the help of everyone involved that we were able to have such a successful year this year! The NY Angus Sale is the longest, most continuous sale of its kind in the nation, celebrating its 81st Anniversary this year. We are excited for the 2017 and we’ll see you then!

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Reaching Your Customers Are you having a sale, large or small, or marketing a group privately? If you are selling cattle this year, then I am sure you’re looking for ways to market your cattle. The team at Angus Media is your perfect partner for all your marketing needs. Here’s what you should know about the American Angus Association’s media company. Angus Media is home to a unique range of print, digital and television programs. Everyone is familiar with the Angus Journal®, but Angus Media also has many marketing tools, as well. Those opportunities include advertising through the Angus Journal, the Angus Beef Bulletin, sale book production, direct marketing pieces (postcards, flyers, etc.) production and distribution, websites, e-blasts, and The Angus Report, a weekly television show on RFD-TV. The Angus Journal has a more than 13,000 circulation with the targeted audience of other registered Angus producers. The Angus Journal reaches these prospection registered Angus buyers, but it’s also very affordable to keep your farm’s name in front of prospective buyers through your state breeder’s page — at only $630 annually. The Angus Beef Bulletin, which has a September, October, January, February, and March issues, is geared toward commercial cattlemen, specifically those using Angus genetics. The Angus Beef Bulletin is free for commercial cattlemen using Angus genetics and has a circulation of 65,000-plus. Essentially, every Angus bull buyer from the past two years receives a copy of the Angus Beef Bulletin. Within Angus Media, there are also many great options for sale books (large or small) or direct mail pieces, such as a postcard, flyer, pamphlet, brochure, or farm newsletter. Sale books or direct mail pieces can be designed for sales of all types and 16

sizes, even online sales. We’re able to send these direct mailings or catalogs to Angus members and/or non-member bull and female buyers who have had cattle transferred into their name. These non-member bull and female buyers would essentially be commercial producers. We can also specify a certain mile radius around your sale location or to certain states of your choosing. Postcards or flyers are a cost-effective way for you to reach targeted prospective buyers in our area. Sale books produced through Angus Media are also posted digitally on the website, www.angus.media, and on the American Angus Association calendar of events. Having your sale book available online is critical, as viewership has been growing every year. Using the link to your website within an e-blast or sharing it on Facebook can drive viewership of your sale book and increase the exposure of your sale. As we all know, having a website is important to market your program and reach new potential customers. Angus Media can design and host your website to meet your needs. They also are able to send e-blast email advertisements for a very economical rate. If you have any questions or would like to visit about the many great marketing options available through Angus Media and the American Angus Association, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Chris Jeffcoat Regional Manager American Angus Association 717-476-1496 (mobile) cjeffcoat@angus.org New York Angus Association


Amoroso, Hugh 188 Hunt Rd., Buskirk, NY 12028 hughamoroso@yahoo.com Rensselaer County Armstrong, Harold 727 N Main St., Bridgewater, VA 22812 County: Out of State

Triple I Farms

Little Rest Farm 540-828-3796 540-820-0920 C

Babcock, James Bissell-Babcock Millwork, Inc. 3866 Kendrick Rd., Sherman, NY 14781 716-761-6976 paulab@cecomet.net 716-499-9596 EST. 2006 - Chautauqua County 716-761-6763 Baker, Mike Wooded Acre Farm 4286 Reed Rd., Livonia, NY 14487 585-367-3865 MJB28@cornell.edu EST. 1983 - Commercial Angus & SimAngus cow herd, along with a backgrounding operation. Livingston County Bannister, Roger & Christine 1193 Point Breeze Rd., Kent, NY 14477 roger@excelsiorfarms.com; www.excelsiorfarms.com Orleans County

Excelsior Farms 585-682-5257

Barber, Jeff & Sherry Pompey Hollow Angus LLC 2315 Oran Delphi Rd., Manlius, NY 13104 315-396-2929 sipbar@gmail.com 315-396-9898 Onondaga County Barnes, Paul Jr. & Christine 207 Rt. 29A, Salisbury Center, NY 13454 barnespc19@outlook.com Herkimer County Battista, Rocco Watchwind Farm 217 Walnut St., Winsted, CT 06098 860-238-7767 watchwindfarm@charter.net EST. 1969 - Small but Fun. Eric Elwell, elwellfamily4@gmail.com. County: Out of State Bennett, Janeen 11742 Short Tract Rd., Hunt, NY 14846 janeenbennett@yahoo.com EST. 2003 - Alleghany County

Bennett Farm 585-476-5656 585-245-4780 C

Bess, Bruce & Denise Krise 19 Schall Rd., Troupsburg, NY 14885 deniblues13@yahoo.com EST. 2000 - Steuben County

Triple B Angus 607-525-6358

Bippert, Warren & Brenda 290 Four Rod Rd., Alden, NY 14004 brenbip@aol.com EST. 2007 - Erie County

WBB Farm, LLC 716-870-2777 716-860-0842 C

Blank, Ed & Nancy 14729 E. Barre Rd., Albion, NY 14411 EST. 1960 - Commercial cow-calf to finish; beef by the side. Orleans County Blenis, Barry G. 80 Willowbrook Rd., Surprise, NY 12176 Registered Angus. Greene County

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Bontecou, Jesse Rally Farms 1015 Shunpike, Millbrook, NY 12545 845-677-8211 chrisphoward@optimum.net 845-677-8145 F EST. 1929 - 75 miles east of Millbrook off Rt. 44 on the Shunpike. Chris Howard-Herdsman, 125 Mother Cows. Dutchess County Boyce, Chris 3147 Route 245, Stanley, NY 14561 chrisobrienfeeds@yahoo.com EST. 2005 - Ontario County

Carousel Farms 716-818-5464

Brady, Robert 204 Brady Rd., Warwick, NY 10990 EST. 1998 - 45 Head of Angus. Orange County

Brady Mountain Angus 845-986-5814

Brayman, Duane & Crystal Dependa-Bull Services 5248 Perry Shumaker Rd., Munnsville, NY 13409 315-264-4894 dependabull@ymail.com 315-829-2250 Small Registered Angus Cow-Calf Farm. Oneida County Brayman, Ed & Jeri 5543 Morman Hollow Rd., Sidney Center, NY 13839 mhvalley@frontier.com Small registered Angus cow-calf farm. Delaware County Brayman, Eric & Kim 1261 East Lake Rd., Skaneateles, NY 13152 feskoka@dreamscape.com EST. 2007 - Onondaga County

Mormon Hollow Farm 607-265-3769 Skan-Tisco Lake View Farm 315-636-9780 607-745-7568 C

Brown, Daniel J. & Jaynee 1917 US Hwy. 20, Richfield Springs, NY 13439 Otsego County Brown, Rich & Marianne Equity Angus 816 O’Connor Rd., Port Byron, NY 13140 315-406-5335 C rbbrown0243@gmail.com; www.equityangus.com EST. 1995 - Four miles west of Port Byron on Rt. 31 to O’Conner Rd., then follow signs one-fourth mile to farm. Farm is 30 miles west of Syracuse and borders the NYS Thruway. Registered cow/calf herd, bulls, cows, bred heifers and calves for sale. Cayuga County Brozman, Jamie, Gerald & Ethan; Ned & Linda Hower 354 Township Line Rd., Nazareth, PA 18064 County: Out of State Bunker, Doug 775 Hurbert Road, Forestville, NY 14062 doug@hanoverhills.com Chautauqua County Bunting, Sherry Moments In-Sight Photography 1918 Barnett St., East Earl, PA 17519 agrite2011@gmail.com County: Out of State

Hanova Hills Farm and Livestock 716-965-9606 Agriculture Writing & Photography Service

Burke, Tom PO Box 660, Smithville, MO 64089 angushall@earthlink.net County: Out of State Burke, Bill & Christa 354 Niederwerfer Rd., South Windsor, CT 06074 burkeridge354@comcast.net County: Out of State

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Just Enuff Angus

American Angus Hall of Fame 816-532-0811 816-532-0851 F Burke Ridge Farms 860-559-3009 - Bill 860-748-9336 - Christa

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Butterfield, Bob & Allan Lawyer 2998 Evansville Rd., Brownington, VT 05860 County: Out of State

Frontier Genetics 802-673-6629 845-891-6671

Butterfield, Bob & Liz 2998 Evansville Rd., Brownington, VT 05860 hph@bartonvt.net County: Out of State

Frontier Genetics/REB Angus 802-673-6629

Butterfield, Ethan 2998 Evansville Rd., Brownington, VT 05860 ethanbutterfield@yahoo.com County: Out of State Byrne, Jerry & Jean 3084 Rose Hill Rd., Skaneateles, NY 13157 jbyrne@verizon.net Ononadaga County

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Carr, Hobart 4C Son Farm 12 Lily Pond Circle, Warren, PA 16365 814-406-4182 hcarr75@msn.com 814-706-9767 County: Out of State Cayuga Nation PO Box 786, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 Seneca County Chedzoy, Brett & Maria Jose 3050 Station Rd., Watkins Glen, NY 14891 bjc226@cornell.edu Schuler County

Lake View Cattle Co Angus Glen Farm 607-535-2347

Clark, Jeffrey & Tammy Riga View Farms 71 Hammertown Rd., Salisbury, CT 06068 860-435-1474 rigaview@att.net 860-671-1969 EST. 2008 - County: Out of State Clough, Byron & Cameron 1004 State Rt. 20, New Lebanon, NY 12125 Columbia County

Hudson Valley Organics 518-928-4826

Collins, Douglas L. 10026 Oakland Rd., Weedsport, NY 13166 oakland-farms1@hotmail.com EST. 1999 - Cayuga County

Oakland Farms 315-834-7499

Coombe, Karen & Ric 62 Old Brodhead Rd., Grahamsville, NY 12740 Sullivan County

Thunder View Farms 914-799-1091

Cullinan, Paul & Bonnie 3C Farm 3501 Erieville Rd., Erieville, NY 13061 315-662-7179 pcullinan@frontiernet.net 315-440-3083 Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s C EST. 2003 - Registered Angus seedstock. Also freezer beef. Madison County Damcott, Maynard Jr. 9712 N. E. Sherman Rd., Ripley, NY 14775 EST. 2010 - Chautauqua County De Rose, Kathy 6649 Utley Rd., Akron, NY 14001 kderose@stoneledgestables.com

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Damcotts Angus Farm 716-252-6521 Utley Acres Inc. 716-998-1306

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MWM Gammer 0114 (17818132)

KCF Bennett Absolute x R/M Ironstone 4047 Gammer 0114 was produced from the same family as the breed matron, Gammer 85 who is best known as the dam of Bon View New Design 878. 0114 ranks in the top 10% of the breed for $QG, top 15% for RADG, $EN, Marb, $G, and top 20% for $F and $B.

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Poss Total Impact 745 x C R A Bextor 872 5205 608 Elela Z07 stems from the same family as RES Elela 551 who is the dam of the ABS Global sires RES Exceed 114 and RES Volunteer. Z07 ranks in the top 15% of the breed for WW and $G, top 20% for YW and $QG.

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DeBoer, Derrick & Nicole At Ease Acres 253 Line Rd., Berne, NY 12023 607-280-8111 Derrick’s C ateaseacres@gmail.com; www.ateaseacres.com 518-526-6623 Nicole’s C EST. 2006 - Registered Angus cow-calf herd. All natural, hormone free, grain finished wholesale beef feedlot. Schoharie County DeBoer, Jr, Frank Pleasant Valley Farm 12491 St. Hwy. 357, Franklin, NY 13775 607-829-3408 jdeboer@stny.rr.com 607-353-9520 Delaware County Dellea, Phillip 272 Herrington Rd., Hillsdale, NY 12529 Columbia County

Dellea Farm LLC 518-325-3045

Denea, Mark 12235 Pudding La., Perrysburg, NY 14129 Cattaraugus County

Tanaview Farm 716-531-4519

Denkenberger, Steven 5215 Lincklaen Rd., Cuyler, NY 13158 607-842-6769 EST. 1986 - Cortland County 315-447-2559C Dennis, Timothy & John Kriese 3550 Old County Rd., Penn Yan, NY 14527 tdennis@trilata.com Yates County DiMaria, Chuck 103 Conewango Rd., Randolph, NY 14772 Cattaraugus County Druce, Gary 294 Rt. 35, Fulton, NY 13069 gwdruce@yahoo.com Oswego County Duncan, Jocelyn & Kathleen Wayman 102 Duncan Ln., Otego, NY 13825 kduncan6@yahoo.com; www.shaleridgefarm.com Otsego County Durham, Stanley 9458 Catchpole Rd., North Rose, NY 14516 snmdurham@peoplepc.com Wayne County Eckhardt, Larry 5168 S. Stephentown Rd., Stephentown, NY 12168 Rensselaer County Edwards, Jeffrey B. & Megan 120 Bogden Rd., Broadalbin, NY 12025 jedwards2224@yahoo.com EST. 2010 - Fulton County Eichorst, Robert 390 Middle Grove Rd., Middle Grove, NY 12850 Saratoga County

Finger Lakes Cattle Co 315-536-2769

716-307-1851 315-593-6433 Shale Ridge Farm 607-434-0072 Durhamdale Angus 315-521-2211 Kinderhook Creek Farm, Inc. 518-733-5137 Rolling Rock Angus 518-598-6602C Super Beef Farms

Emerich, Jerry, Wanda & Katarina Dorado Angus 1073 Lavalley Rd., Mooers, NY 12958 518-236-5907 dorado@primelink1.net 518-593-0212 C EST. 1994 - St. Rt. 9 north of Chazy, NY to Lavalley Rd., west 5 miles to farm on left. Herd comprised of Blackbird, Elba and Lucy families. Clinton County

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Home of Bell Sara Gal 097

Pictured here at 13 years of age, 097 is still producing year after year. Consistency and proven performance. Her EPD profile records a CED in the top 5% of the breed and $EN in the top 20%. This Kelleys herd matron has produced many champions and foundation females. Senior Herd Sire - Connealy Consensus 8172 Consensus x Whitman x Danny Boy Ranking in the top 30% of the breed for 8 traits!

Mike & Rodney Kelley Kelleys 9757 Dutch Road Stock Farm Camden, NY 13316 Registered Angus Cattle Herd EST. 1968 www.NY-ANGUS.com

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Evans, Jim & Joanne 3466 Breezy Point Rd., McConnellsburg, PA 17233 jfevansvmd@gmail.com EST. 1980 - 5 miles off Exit 180 of PA Turnpike. County: Out of State Farber, John J 2626 Route 23C, East Jewett, NY 12424 Greene County Favaloro, Mike 2142 Carter Slocum Rd., Marathon, NY 13803 Cortland County

Genetic Visions 717-485-0532 717-485-0539 F JJF Farm 518-589-5301

Green Acres Of Freetown, LLC 607-662-5898

Fessner, Frank/Sara 6899 Gauss Rd., Bloomfield, NY 14469 sgangusfarm@gmail.com EST. 2000 - Ontario County

SG Angus Farm 585-752-0497

Finn, Stephanie 9195 Jones Rd., Holland Patent, NY 13354 dtfarm92@yahoo.com EST. 2014 - Oneida County

Finndale Farms 315-865-8492

Fischer, Mary Beth 143 Lawrence Rd., Springfield, VT 05156 mbatff@yahoo.com County: Out of State

Fischer Farm and Fence 802-376-6729

Fisher, Arnold R. Culvert Brook Farm PO Box 57, Lebanon St., Hamilton, NY 13346 315-824-1703 EST. 1940 - 76 years in Angus. Oldest breeder in NY State. Rally Farm is the oldest farm. Madison County Forshee, Glen & Sally 6900 Richmond Hill Rd., De Ruyter, NY 13052 Madison County Fravil, Jim & Mary 2483 Betzler Rd., Lodi, NY 14860 jfravil@empacc.net EST. 1980 - Seneca County

Forshee Farm Just Serendipity Farm 607-582-6881

Frueh, James D Stoffels Glenview Farm PO Box 3, Rt. 9W & Stoffels Dr., Glenmont, NY 12077 518-436-1050 518-542-9971 C 518-436-1701 F EST. 1960 - Producing registered Angus bull & heifers from embryos; also selling balage and hay. Albany County Gannon Family Park View Farm 829 Rt. 32, Stillwater, NY 12170 518-664-8090 gannon14@msn.com EST. 1965 - Angus commercial cow-calf registered Angus seedstock. Manager-Joan Gannon. Lane Gannon, James Gannon, Jay Gannon. Saratoga County Giles, Doug 538 Route 343, Millbrook, NY 12545 walbridgefarms@optonline.com; www.walbridgefarms.com Dutchess County Glenister, Paul & Karen 115 Sherman Lacy Rd., Pulaski, NY 13142 highwaymeadows@frontiernet.net EST. 1998 - Oswego County

Walbridge Farm 845-677-6221 845-235-3789 Highway Meadows Farm 315-298-6648

Gordon, Gary W Windcrest Farms 4314 Wyckoff Rd., Scipio Center, NY 13147 315-253-3567 EST. 1985 - Cayuga County 315-558-0675C

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Gracey, David & Kim 7451 Snell Rd., Lowville, NY 13367 Lewis County

Butler Creek Beef

Grant, James L. Jr. PO Box 722, Kendleton, TX 77451 EST. 2000 - County: Out of State

Three G Angus Farm 979-257-5098

Griffen, Fred A. 2273 Stafford Rd., Cincinnatus, NY 13040 fredgriffen@frontiernet.net Cortland County Groom, Robert & Linda 8974 Lyons Marengo Rd., Lyons, NY 14489 robert@angus.us EST. 1987 - Wayne County

High Lonesome Farm 607-863-4303 Tullyfergus 315-573-2569

Gundzik, John 2901 Mt Ventus Rd., Manchester, MD 21102 j.gundzik@hotmail.com EST. 1998 - County: Out of State

Gundzik Angus Farm 410-374-4481

Hamel, Jeffrey & Joseph 68 Hard Hill Rd North, Bethlehem, CT 06751 County: Out of State

Wind Cliff Farms 203-266-5945

Hartman, Morgan P.O. Box 428, 630 Green Hollow Rd., Berlin, NY 12022 blackqueenangus@yahoo.com Rensselaer County Hartman, Scott 660 Marbletown Rd., Newark, NY 14513 Wayne County

Black Queen Angus Farm LLC 413-358-8435

315-331-4315

Hauman, Mary & Dewey Hauman Angus Farm 594 Lovejoy Rd., Penn Yan, NY 14527 315-536-8154 dhauman@aol.com 6 miles north of Penn Yan on 14A; west on Rasmussen Rd. to Lovejoy Rd. Registered Cow/Calf Operation. Yates County Hay, Adam & Cindy Hay Acres 2215 Hwy Rt. 20, Carlisle, NY 12031 518-234-8974 hayacres@verizon.net 518-231-4370 C EST. 1998 - Cow-Calf operation with Angus Simmental and Shorthorn. Schoharie County Hazekamp, Chad & Cindy Bell 1028 State Rt. 28, Jordanville, NY 13361 cindy.bell70@yahoo.com Herkimer County Hilborn, Rebecca 6210 Co. Rt. 100, Addison, NY 14801 Steuben County Hinkle, Carl E. 5493 Cheningo Rd., Truxton, NY 13158 Cortland County Horstmann, Robert & Laura 44 Brewer Rd., Candor, NY 13743 bob@marlande.com EST. 2004 - Tioga County Huerta, Tony 294 Owlville Rd., Bainbridge, NY 13733 Chenango County

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C&C Farms 315-941-0817 Elk Creek Farm New Penn Farm 607-753-7118 607-753-1396 Fax Horstmann Hills Farm 607-659-3494 917-885-6586 C 607-659-5727 F Tonyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm

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McCracken Vu Farms Performance Bred Angus Cattle

Look for our cattle at the following sales: New York State Angus Association Sale Tullyfergus Angus Production Sale Harmony Hill Katinka 815

proven & famous grandam

McCracken Vu Katinka 271

McCracken Vu Katinka 271 is one of the foundation females for the McCracken Vu herd, and her influence runs deep. 271 is sired by Boyd New Day 8005 produced from a dam by EXT out of the historic Harmony Hill Katinka 815. 271 ranks in the top 20% of the breed for CED and Milk, two of the most important traits. Buy our cattle with confidence. We have cattle working in eight states and Canada! Bulls For Sale Private Treaty at the Farm.

Roger & Alice McCracken 2898 Mt. Pleasant Road Piffard, New York 14533 585-243-5037 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 585-746-3002 Cell www.NY-ANGUS.com

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Hyatt, David & Tara 7597 Tannery Rd., Rome, NY 13440 pbhhome@verizon.net Oneida County

Hy Water Acres 315-337-4337

Inkley, John 12400 West Main St Ext, Randolph, NY 14772 randolphvetclinic@gmail.com; www.angushillfarm.com Manager-Chuck Dimaria. Cattaraugus County

Angus Hill Farm 716-358-6817 716-397-0047

Iovieno, John 200 Grapevine Rd., Higginum, CT 06441 johniovieno@gmail.com EST. 2001 - Seedstock producer. County: Out of State Jablonski, Kevin & Karen Christensen 312 McEachron Hill Rd., Argyle, NY 12809 Washington County Jeffcoat, Chris 282 Saint Lukes Rd., Littlestown, PA 17340 County: Out of State

Cheer-Up Farm 860-395-4833 Mack Brook Farm, LLC 518-638-6187

American Angus Regional Manager 717-476-1496

Johnson, Kent Pleasure Acres, LLC 3762 W. Lake Road, Canandaigua, NY 14424 585-394-3942 kadingjsk@aol.com 585-755-4819 C EST. 2000 - Cow/Calf, Feedlot. Manager Pieter Dehond. Ontario County 585-396-1711 F Jones, Kurt 3167 Larkin St. Ext., Randolph, NY 14772 kjones3167@yahoo.com Jones, Sherman 9047 Lind Rd., Lyons, NY 14489 Wayne County Keele, Thomas 1653 Genesee Rd., Arcade, NY 14009 716-380-2579

C Bar K Farm 716-499-4217 Gala Rose Farms 315-946-3386 TEK Farm LLC 716-537-2579

Kelley, Mike & Rodney Kelley Stock Farms 9757 Dutch Rd., Camden, NY 13316 315-245-1343 ckelley3@twcny.rr.com 315-225-0827 Oneida County Kerrick, Donna Sue & Jeff 9169 West Waneta Lake, Hammondsport, NY 14840 farmgirl50@hotmail.com Steuben County

Waneta Lake Angus

King, Andrew & JoAnne Kings Roaming Angus Farm 473 Lawyersville Rd., Cobleskill, NY 12043 518-234-8589 andrew.king@kingsroamingangus.com; www.kingsroamingangus.com 518-852-1587 C EST. 2002 - Registered and Commercial Angus. Schoharie County Kinton, J C Stone Hedge Beef 268 Harmon Rd., Churchville, NY 14428 585-538-4219 Registered Black Angus, Freezer Beef, Grass Fed Angus. Monroe County Krenzer, Aubrey & Matthew 420 Palmer Rd., Churchville, NY 14428 mkrenzer11@gmail.com EST. 2009 - Monroe County Kruszelnicki, John & Janet 3063 Stannard Rd., Alexander, NY 14005 janetkrusz@gmail.com EST. 2003 - Genesee County

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White Fence Acres 585-293-9087 JJK Angus 585-547-3321 585-356-9311 C

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Kyburg, Sarah 1018 Eyer Rd., Lyons, NY 14489 Wayne County Kyle, Charles & Jennifer 2727 Iva Station Rd., Cato, NY 13033 kylefarms@frontiernet.net Cayuga County Landis, Wendall 142 Orchard Rd., University Park, PA 16802 wlandispsu@gmail.com County: Out of State Lansing, Cleve & Kathy 1863 Merry Hill Rd., Boonville, NY 13309 Oneida County Lardi, Paul 106 Clum Rd., Hillsdale, NY 12529 Columbia County Laribee, Larry 3220 Fuller Rd., Carthage, NY 13619 llaribee@hotmail.com; www.vtranch.org EST. 2003 - Top AI sired registered Angus. Lewis County Laudermilk, Jeanetta 5495 Cheningo Rd., Truxton, NY 13158 Cortland County Lawson, Chris 1691 Chadwell Station Rd., Ewing, VA 24248 County: Out of State

Kyburg Black Angus 315-946-4355 Kyle Farms 315-391-8949 Penn State University 814-863-0831 OF 814-280-7611 C Mill Creek Cattle Co. 315-942-4427 Mountain Brook Farm 518-672-7368 Valley Trail Ranch 315-688-9195 315-767-3290 C 607-345-6466 Lawson Family Farms 423-526-8576

Lawyer, Allan PO Box 798, Millbrook, NY 12545 lawyera@optonline.net Dutchess County

Frontier Genetics 845-891-6671

Leahy, Gerald 5740 NY Route 26, Whitney Point, NY 13862 Broome County

Ames Hill Farms 607-692-3882

Lesch, John & Heather 4890 West Main Rd., Fredonia, NY 14063 Cattaraugus County Lewis, Arnie 67 Foster Rd., Marathon, NY 13803 Cortland County

Lesch Farms 716-679-4702 Knick ‘N’ Wood Yards 607-849-4440

Librock, Randy & Kathie Librock Livestock Farm 5605 Gasport Rd., Gasport, NY 14067 716-445-5252 rklibrockfarm@yahoo.com 716-417-4944 Niagara County Lipsey, William & Stephanie Drover Hill Farm 1014 Earlville Road, Earlville, NY 13332 315-691-2327 droverhill@aol.com; www.droverhillfarm.com EST. 1982 - Go east at light in Earlville, left on Earlville Rd., 2 miles on right. Registered herd selling high quality heifers and beef. Madison County Loetterle, Steve 2499 Kamm Rd., Marietta, NY 13110 stevenloetterle@gmail.com Onondaga County

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Travis Walton

Linwood, NY | 585-703-1476 travisSTS9860@gmail.com

PURE Consistency PURE Quality PURE PRIDE Building genetics from this family and expanding them throughout our herd continues to increase our efficiency and quality each year. Descending from proven dams like theseâ&#x20AC;Ś

PURE PRIDE 613

Our upcoming daughter by Connealy Thunder is out of this 004 daughter produced from a full sister to BC Matrix.

PURE PRIDE 011

Our Connealy Black Granite daughter was produced from this BC Eagle Eye daughter out of 613. We also showed an EXAR Denver female who was a granddaughter of 011.

PURE PRIDE T152

A powerful female in our herd battery is our VAR Reserve daughter of Limestone Pure Pride T152 who is a BC Lookout daughter tracing back to the old Gibbet Hill Pure Pride CF 90. Agriculture continues to be the way of life for our family. Stop by and visit us anytime.

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Logsdon, Raymond & Stephanie 2170 Peoria Rd., Leicester, NY 14481 farmerB75@aol.com Livingston County Long, Rance 35504 S 4415 Rd., Big Cabin, OK 74332 rlong@rancelong.com County: Out of State Loss, Jerry & Jeanette 6791 W Main Rd., Lima, NY 14485 jeanetteloss@hotmail.com EST. 2009 - Breeding stock and freezer beef. Livingston County

Poverty Lane Angus

918-510-3464 JL Loss Angus Farm 585-624-9593

Luckman, Dan & Tracey Lucky Lane Farm 1133 Burgess Rd., Barker, NY 14012 716-930-6063 dluckman91@yahoo.com 716-628-0140 Family registered cow calf herd. Niagara County Lupo Realty, LLC, Sasho Pole 676 East Starbuck Ln., Fort Ann, NY 12827 Washington County

Lupo Acres 518-642-2652

Maidens, Ronald Maidens Bros. Farm 169 Kingdom Rd., Jordanville, NY 13361 315-858-1132 ronkay@telenet.net EST. 2005 - County Hwy. 11 one mile south of Laurens, NY. Cow-Calf operation. Otsego County Mangano, Mark 13245 Ottenbecker Rd., Lawtons, NY 14091 EST. 2002 - Registered & Commercial Angus. Erie County Martin, Willis 1825 Storms Rd., Lyons, NY 14489 rmmartin5@hotmail.com Wayne County McCabe, Hannah V. 416C Kings Park Dr. Ext., Liverpool, NY 13090 hannahvmccabe@gmail.com Onondaga County

MWM Angus Farm 716-560-1293C Pine Creek Farm 607-243-8500 Boehringer-Ingelheim 620-636-0125

McCracken, Roger McCracken Vu Farm 2898 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Piffard, NY 14533 585-243-5037 EST. 2005 - Livingston County 585-750-9011 McCullough, Carl 1300 Waterloo-Geneva Rd., Waterloo, NY 13165 Seneca County

315-651-0233

McKenny, Tom & Holly Homestead Farm 212 Hallowell Rd., Pownal, ME 04069 207 415 2792 handlebar49@gmail.com EST. 1979 - 7 miles west of world famous LL Beanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Manager-Rodney Cleaves. County: Out of State McMasters, D. Jeffrey 3692 Taylor Valley Rd., Cincinnatus, NY 13040 upstream65@hotmail.com Cortland County

Upstream Dream Farm 607-863-4049

Merry, George & Cindy 2163 Wheeler Road, Rexville, NY 14877 merrygj@alfredstate.edu Maple Ridge Farm on Facebook EST. 1990 - Registered Angus. Steuben County

Maple Ridge Farm 607-225-4952 607-661-2417 C

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Mietlicki, Chester 2072 Phillips Rd., Burt, NY 14028 Niagara County Miller, David 9507 Halstead Rd., Batavia, NY 14020 EST. 2005 - Genesee County Miller, Thomas & Betty 7326 E Tonawanda Creek Rd., Lockport, NY 14094 millerfarms7326@aol.com Niagara County

Mietlicki Farm 716-778-8895 Millstead Farm 585-547-9431 Miller Farms 716-870-8338

Millington, Lee & Deborah Indian Ladder Farm 521 Stahl Rd., Little Falls, NY 13365 315-219-6025 millerfarms7326@aol.com 315-897-0890 Herkimer County Mills, Amy Mathison 5939 Griswold Rd., Byron, NY 14422 Genesee County

Mill Crest Acres

Mills, Donald & Kathleen Mill Spring Angus 10064 Linwood Rd., LeRoy, NY 14482 585-768-7148 585-313-3514C EST. 1974 - Black St. & Linwood Rd., LeRoy, NY. Bulls, cow and calves, feeder calves. Genesee County Mills, Elmer F. 6063 Griswold Rd., Byron, NY 14422 msamills@yahoo.com Genesee County

Mill Crest Acres 585-548-7115

Montross, Christopher Montross Beef Cattle 9971 Dietzel Rd., Weedsport, NY 13166 315-776-8745 lamontross2002@yahoo.com 315-406-2042 Cayuga County Moran, Eddie PO Box 574, Jeffersonville, NY 12748 stonewallfarms93@earthlink.net Sullivan County Mort, Mallory & Karen 349 Leggett Rd., Ghent, NY 12075 mal@gallaghersstud.com Columbia County Mueller, Jr., Joseph 6351 E. Seneca Turnpike, Jamesville, NY 13978 kidquilter@aol.com Onondaga County

Stonewall Farms 845-701-2435 Mort Angus 518-821-9030 C Rock Bend Beef

Murphy, Peter Murphy Farms 1132 Route 80, Tully, NY 13159 315-706-1693 C pmurphy001@twcny.rr.com EST. 2002 - Registered black Angus Herd. Selling seedstock, pairs, bulls & fall feeders. Onondaga County Neumann, Jeff 207 Blueberry Hill, Harwinton, CT 06791 jneumann0522@charter.net County: Out of State

Berry Hill Farm 860-485-0522

Oeschger, Scott Spring Hill Angus 32 Railroad, Orleans, VT 05860 802-673-6629 2867 Maple Hill Rd., Barton, VT. Purebred Angus cows & bulls. County: Out of State

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Olson, Jr., Oscar Edward 4835 Rt. 82, Salt Point, NY 12578 Dutchess County Olson, Steve & Sue 3041 Layton Street Rd., Lyons, NY 14489 Wayne County

Olson Angus Farm 914-677-2082 Hidden Canyon Farm 703-554-9142

O’Mara, Bob & Linda 199 George Rd., Ghent, NY 12075 Columbia County Organ, Eric or Steve 67 Tait Rd., Hardenburgh, NY 12455 deniseorgan@gmail.com EST. 1998 - Ulster County

O’Mara Angus New York Cattle Co. Inc. 845-586-1911

Packard, Tom, Steve Packard & Kathleen Byers, Kevin Quigley 438 Macedon Center Rd., Macedon, NY 14502 sj.packard@hotmail.com; bigtrakter@yahoo.com Wayne County Pallokat, Tim & Melanie 3442 Benjamin Rd., Union Springs, NY 13160 Cayuga County Partee, Rita 2497 Canoga Rd., Seneca Falls, NY 13148 Seneca County Pooler, Larry 2233 Magog Rd., Palmyra, NY 14522 EST. 1992 - Black Angus & Red Angus. Wayne County Pratt, Chip & Kathy 1459 NYS Rt. 80W, New Woodstock, NY 13122 Madison County Raap, James C. 133 Schoolhouse Rd., Middletown, NY 10946 Orange County Riehle, Michael & Leslie 4597 Lower Birch Run Rd., Allegany, NY 14706 ljriehle@yahoo.com EST. 2007 - Cattaraugus County Rockhill, Randy & Laura 229 Haig Rd., Madrid, NY 13660 mtnhollowranch@hughes.net EST. 2000 - St. Lawrence County Rockhill, Reevie & Vicki Kieffer-Rockhill PO Box 213, Constable, NY 12926 Franklin County Roebuck, Jay & Sue 783 Upper St., Turner, ME 04282 County: Out of State

Packard Cattle 585-329-4216 585-738-9404

Cayuga View Farm 315-224-8969 Fleur de lis Farms 315-549-8407 Pooler Farms 585-733-7584 Flyhawk Maple Grove Farm The Homestead 716-373-3023 716-373-3023 F Mountain Hollow Ranch 315-353-2566 Pebble Mountain Roebuck Livestock Sales 207-754-1558

Roeske, Ted & Dorraine Weathercock Farm 167 Calkinstown Rd., Sharon, CT 06069 860-364-5794 County: Out of State 860-384-1216 Rooker, Kevin & Mandy 439 Laurel Hill Rd., Smock, PA 15480 kevinrooker@yahoo.com County: Out of State

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Rosenkrans, Jeff 4237 Rt. 89, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 Seneca County Ross, John D 7463 Ross Rd., Lowville, NY 13367 Lewis County Rosson, Charles 5729 Poindexter Rd., Louisa, VA 23093 County: Out of State Roth, Sue 211 Shunpike, Clinton Corners, NY 12514 Dutchess County

Rosenkrans Farms 315-277-0414 Ross Farms, Inc. 315-376-7053 Quaker Hill Farm 540-967-2334 / 540-967-1045 Arcadia Fields LLC 845-235-3789

Rutledge, Dan & DJ Rutledgedale Farms 88 Galilee Rd., Tyler Hill, PA 18469 570-224-8042 rutexc@verizon.net 570-903-5504 County: Out of State Salem, David 30 Snow Rd., W Brookfield, MA 01585 dwsalem@aol.com County: Out of State Salvadore, Scott 1260 Hudson Ave., Stillwater, NY 12170 Saratoga County Sampson, Frank & Clinton 484 Little Pond Road, Williamstown, NY 13493 Oswego County

Salem Cross Farm 508-450-3547 Stillwater Angus 518-365-4826 Milson Farms

Sarkaria, Jasbir & Family Sarkaria Farms 487 Whaupaunaucau Rd., Norwich, NY 13815 908-565-1600 sarkariafarms@gmail.com 607-336-1681 2006 - Jasbir Sarkaria, Owner. Starting herd 2012, Billing & Office Address: 1649 Woodland Ave, Edison, NJ 08820. Chenango County Schill, Peter PO Box 8270, Essex, VT 05451 pete@rhschill.com County: Out of State Schmitt, Kristie 240 South Road, Enfield, CT 06082 kristie.schmitt@farmcrediteast.com; www.FarmCreditEast.com County: Out of State Schoenbine, Rod 2980 Heyl Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 County: Out of State

802-343-5617 Farm Credit East 800-562-2235 Zoetis

Schrader, Michael & Kristina Mud Creek Angus P.O. Box 514, Ghent, NY 12075 518-361-2493 C mudcreekangus@gmail.com Marketing via NY Angus Female Sale and Trowbridge Angus Female Sale, annually. Columbia County Schuman, Eric 6473 St. Hwy. 23, Oneonta, NY 13820 Delaware County Schwartz, James 101 Clyde Marengo Rd., Clyde, NY 14433 Wayne County

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Shanahan, Mike, Jessica & Family Shanahan Cattle Promotions PO Box 338, Ghent, NY 12075 518-598-8869 C mike@cattlepromotions.com; www.cattlepromotions.com Marketing & Advertising Consultant, Auction Planning & Ring Service, Purchasing Agent. Columbia County Shapero, Paul 5062 N Eagle Village Rd., Manlius, NY 13104 pshapero@twcny.rr.com Onondaga County

Eagle Village Farms 315-263-0597

Sheehan, James E Windy Point Angus 208 Sissonville Road, Potsdam, NY 13676 315-261-1331 windypointangus@gmail.com; www.windypointangus.com 315-323-6661 Selling Registered & Commercial cows, bulls and steers in addition to freezer beef. Manager – Andy Weaber. St. Lawrence County Shepard, Mark & Karolyn 365 Punsit Rd., Chatham, NY 12037 mshepard3478@gmail.com Columbia County Shivers, Irene 459 Linz Rd., Treadwell, NY 13846 Delaware County Simmons, Clark W. 3243 Fingar Rd., Bluff Point, NY 14478 juliesimmons@roadrunner.com Yates County Simmons, Craig 682 Arch Bridge Rd Ext, Ghent, NY 12075 archbridgefarm@netzero.com Columbia County Sixberry, Dave & Audra 169 Cole Rd., Mexico, NY 13114 sotherberry@directv.net EST. 2007 - Oswego County

Punsit Valley Farm 518-392-3478 Tall Pines Farms 607-829-8277 Clark’s Cattle

Arch Bridge Farm LLC 518-585-4461 C Sotherberry Summit 315-963-4555 315-591-5302 C

Skiff, Phil Easton View Angus 434 Co Rte 74A, Greenwich, NY 12834 518-692-2118 pskiff@verizon.net 518-681-6613 C EST. 1998 - 3 miles south of Greenwich off of 372 on 74A. Registered Angus Cattle. Farm fresh Angus beef for retail. Washington County Smith, Daryl Elm View Farm 3673 Barr Rd., Vernon Center, NY 13477 315-363-0262 EST. 1953 - Four miles northeast of Stockbridge. 50 Registered Angus. Oneida County Smith, James J. 269 Severne Rd., Himrod, NY 14842 Big_Bear_Angus@gmail.com EST. 2012 - Yates County Sniffin, Michael 48 Terrell Farm Rd., Bethlehem, CT 06751 jsniffin@snet.net County: Out of State Stark, Hugh & Ginette 287 County Rte. 24, Malone, NY 12953 gstark@twcnyrr.com EST. 2002 - Franklin County

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Big Bear Angus 607-243-3334 Why Not Farm 203-509-6325 Double TT Ranch 518-483-6437

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Starr, Judith 881 Bridge St., Ravena, NY 12143 Albany County Stefanik, Fred 6021 Rock Road, Verona, NY 13478 EST. 1992 - Oneida County Sturdivant, Leon 1832 Chambers Rd., Beaver Dams, NY 14812 chonkka@aol.com Chemung County

Starrdale Farm 518-767-9672 Sugarbush Farm 315-363-6063 Sturdivantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Black Angus Farm 607-937-5114

Subik, Clark & Gretchen Hilltop Acres Farm 1140 Old Trail Rd., PO Box 1115, Fonda, NY 12068 518-853-3678 cshilltopacres@yahoo.com EST. 1989 - Take Rt. 30A N off I-90 through Fonda, east on Old Trail Rd., 3rd farm on left. Registered black Angus seedstock, marketing fall feeders and heifers privately. Montgomery County Tanis, Mark & Kathy 189 Hwy. 26, Pitcher, NY 13136 Chenango County

Ideal Farms 607-863-4422

TenEyck, Ellen & Jason Erwindale Farms 1908 County House Rd., Waterloo, NY 13165 315-539-8031 Erwindalefarms@yahoo.com 315-246-1359 C EST. 2002 - Farm is located 3 miles south of Waterloo on County House Rd. Farm is 2 miles west of Empire Farm Days. Seneca County Thibault, David & Faith 1317 Pine Hill Road, Conway, MA 01341 County: Out of State Thompson, Gary 49 Fourth St., Canisteo, NY 14823 gasman912@hotmail.com Steuben County Thorne, Oakleigh 15 Heathcote Lane, Amenia, NY 12501 heathcote@optonline.net EST. 1990 - Dave Richmond, Manager. Dutchess County Tillotson, Dr. John 676 Hunts Corners Rd., Marathon, NY 13803 rightanglecreekfarm@gmail.com Cortland County

Vachel Farm 413-768-9400 607-698-2049 607-661-5596 C Heathcote Farm 845-373-8731 845-323-9232 C 845-373-8731 F Right Angle Creek Farm

Tommell & Family, Marc & Nicole MMT Cattle, Inc. 1942 Hickory Hill Rd., Fonda, NY 12068 518-573-0137 mmtcattle@gmail.com 518-369-5149 Montgomery County Tracy, Fred PO Box 156, Stillwater, NY 12170 fred@wemaketents.com; www.stillwaterangus.com Scott Salvadore 518-365-4826; Saratoga County Treadway, Chris 6899 Gauss Rd., Bloomfield, NY 14469 sgangusfarm@gmail.com Ontario County

Stillwater Angus 518-233-8368 518-376-4062 Treadway Angus Farm 585-750-9840

Tregaskis, David W. Deer Run Farm 4797 Hilliard Rd., Groton, NY 13073 315-497-0410 day EST. 1982 - Angus & Angus Simmental. Freezer trade & replacements. Thompkins County

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Trowbridge, Phil, PJ Trowbridge Trowbridge Farms 164 Waltermire Rd., Ghent, NY 12075 518-369-6584 phil@trowbridgefarms.com; pj@trowbridgefarms.com; www.trowbridgefarms.com 518-755-7467 EST. 1957 - Columbia County Vacinek, Russell 12280 Rt. 39, Sardina, NY 14134 vacinekfarm@gmail.com Erie County

Vacinek Farm 716-982-2788

Valentine, John & Maryann Slate Creek Farm 1059 Cooperstown Road, State Hwy. 80, Ft. Plain, NY 13339 slatecreekfarm@hotmail.com Mailing address: 244 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY 11787. Montgomery County Van Derwerken, John Central Bridge Farms 795 St. Rt. 30A, Central Bridge, NY 12035 518-868-9322 518-231-2279 EST. 1964 - 1 mile north of the intersection of NYSR 7 and NYSR 30A, 1/2 mile north of the village of Central Bridge. 3 miles south of US Rt. 20 in Sloansville. 75-100 head of registered brood cows. Available for sale - breeding stock and feeder. Schoharie County Vogelaar, Corne 25 Branch Rd., Far Hills, NJ 07931 corne@rbfangus.com; www.rbfangus.com County: Out of State Walton, Travis 2434 Linwood Road, Linwood, NY 14486 Travis STS9860@gmail.com EST. 2002 - Livingston County Watson, Eric D 188 Co. Hwy. 33 W, Cooperstown, NY 13326 Otsego County Watson, Douglas 12491 Smith Rd., Medina, NY 14103 Orleans County Weaber, Andy 1339 County Route 34, Potsdam, NY 13676 weaberlivestock@gmail.com Certified ultrasound technician, custom mineral salesman St. Lawrence County

River Bend Farm 908-234-1377 908-234-1364 Waltons Way Angus Farm 585-243-4407 585-703-1476 C - 585-243-2260 F Cooperstown Holstein 607-547-2797 716 560-0837 Weaber Livestock Services 315-261-1331

Welytok, Mark New-Paradigm Farms 2035 State Route 31, Chittenango, NY 13037 315-527-5037C welytokmark@aol.com EST. 1994 - Corner of State Route 13 and Canastoto, NY. Angus seedstock. Madison County Wesche, Allan 3899 Taylor Rd., Shortsville, NY 14548 weschefarms@gmail.com EST. 1965 - Ontario County

Wesche Farms 585 289-8246

White, Jeanne Simme Valley 6493 Stauber Rd., Groton, NY 13073 607-423-4888 jeanne@simmevalley.com www.simmevalley.com Cayuga County Williams, Steven & Elizabeth Bullhorn Creek Angus 3860 County Road 2, Hector, NY 14841 607-279-7474 williams3860@empacc.net 607-228-7778 Schuyler County

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Worden, Ken & Patricia 310 Dutchtown Rd., Ouaquaga, NY 13826 baptonlivestock@tds.net EST. 2011 - Broome County

Bapton Farms Livestock 607-655-2937 607-760-8004 C

Yasso, John A. Angus Knoll Farm 2361 Leicester Rd., Leicester, NY 14481 585-382-3827 angusknollfarm@yahoo.com 585-259-2502 C Just off of Rt. 20A & 39 in Leicester on Dunkley Rd. first farm. Black Angus Cows & Calves, Registered and Commercial. Livingston County Zellner, Dick & Bev Zellner Angus 5921 Royalton Ctr. Rd., Gasport, NY 14067 716-735-9150 EST. 1986 . Located 1 mile south of Rt. 77 and 3 miles east of Rt. 93 in the town of Royalton. Registered Angus cow/calf operation. Niagara County

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Riga View Foundation Females Garret Lass 3236 (15671194)

Nichols Extra K205 x Vermilion Lass 3231 Stemming from Vermilion Lass 7969, the $19,000 dam of the growth & power sire Vermilion Payweight. Lass 3236 ranks in the top 1% of the breed for $W and top 10% for WW. Owned with Frontier Genetics, Barton, VT

Riga View Farm also features a full sister to 3236,

Walbridge Riga View 819.

These cornerstone females are proven and will have a major part in our future. SAV Emblynette 8892

(#16124327) SAV 8180 Traveler 004 x SAV Emblynette Diamond 6377 This Pathfinder female is a maternal sister to the dam of SAV Harvester 0338. Her dam has generated nearly $1 million in progeny sales. Emblynette 8892 ranks in the top 15% of the breed for Milk and CW.

Registered Angus and SimAngus

Cattle For Sale at All Times

Jeff & Tammy Clark 71 Hammertown Rd Salisbury, CT 06068 Cell 860-671-1969 Home 860-435-2128 rigaview@att.net www.NY-ANGUS.com

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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS of the New York Angus Association, Inc. 2013 Article I - Name Section I. The name of this Association shall be the New York Angus Association, Inc.

Article II – Object Section I. The object of this association will be to promote in all ways the interests of the Angus cattle producers of New York State, to increase the number of breeders; to advertise and promote New York as an Angus breeding center, as an inducement of buyers to visit New York breeders; to assist in furnishing outlets by promoting public sales and otherwise for the sales of surplus breeding and feeder stock of members; to seek to improve the general merit and extend the favorable reputation of New York Angus; and to do any and all proper things necessary to advance the prosperity of the breed and its breeders herein.

Article III – Membership Section I. Any individual, family, group, or corporation interested in the breeding, development or promotion of Angus cattle may become a member of this association upon payment of the membership dues. Honorary memberships may be given to deserving persons as approved by the Board of Directors.

Article IV – Officers and Directors Section I. The officers shall consist of a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. These shall be elected for a one year term at the annual business meeting held at a time and place selected by the officers and directors. Section II. The Board of Directors shall consist of nine (9) members who shall be elected by a majority of the members present at the annual meeting. Section III. The term of office of the directors shall be three years (unless otherwise designated at the time of election). At each annual meeting a number of directors equal to that of those whose terms have expired shall be elected for the terms of three years. Any director who has served two consecutive terms shall be ineligible for nomination and election until one full year after expiration of the last term for which he was elected.

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Article VI â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Amendments Section I. The constitution may be amended at any annual meeting by a two thirds vote of the members present.

By-laws Section I. Membership dues Paragraph I. The membership dues of this Association shall be Twenty-five ($25.00) to be paid annually and due January 1 of each year. Membership notices shall be sent out annually by the secretary or treasurer to all prior year members and to all known Angus breeders who might desire to become a member. Section II. Duties of the Officers Paragraph I. PRESIDENT. It shall be the duty of the President to preside at all regular and special meetings of the Association and its Board of Directors and to appoint all committees unless otherwise provided for, and shall maintain general oversight over the affairs of the Association. The President may call a special meeting of the Board of Directors at any time upon written notice being given to each Board member. All meetings to be run according to Robertsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Rules of Order, latest edition. Paragraph II. VICE-PRESIDENT. It shall be the duty of the Vice-President to act in the absences of the President. Paragraph III. SECRETARY. It shall be the duty of the secretary to keep a record of all the proceedings of the Association and the Board of Directors in a manner acceptable to the Board of Directors, and shall attend to the correspondence and general business of the Association. The secretary shall be under the direction of the President and the Board of Directors and shall make a full report at the annual meeting of all business for the prior year and perform other such duties as may be required by the officers and Board of Directors. Paragraph IV. TREASURER. It shall be the duty of the treasurer to receive all monies paid to the Association, issuing proper receipts; therefore to pay all bills in a timely manner and to make a complete and detailed report at the annual meeting of all monies received and dispensed for the preceding year. Paragraph V. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. The President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer shall act as an Executive Committee of the Board of Directors in their absence, and shall have the authority to transact all business for the Association subject to the approval and direction of the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee is allowed to conduct business via conference call. Paragraph VI. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The Board of Directors shall have full responsibility and supervision of all affairs of the Association. A majority of said Board shall constitute a quorum to transact business. On matter of special importance requiring immediate action, the Executive Committee shall have www.NY-ANGUS.com

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the authority to act in behalf of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall have the authority to audit the records of the Treasurer and to make a report to the Association at the annual meeting. The Board of Directors is allowed to conduct business via conference call. Paragraph VII. REMOVAL OF OFFICER OR DIRECTOR. If an officer or director fails to carry out the duties of his/her position as stated in the by-laws, the Board of Directors by a two thirds majority vote, may name a replacement for that officer or director to serve until the membership vote at the next annual meeting. Section III. Special Meetings Paragraph I. The President shall, upon request of the Board of Directors, have the authority to call a special meeting of the members of the Association at any time providing a ten day written notice is given to all members. Section IV. Expulsion. Paragraph I. If any member of the Association shall not act in good faith in the sale or purchase of Angus cattle, and if charges are brought against him to the Board of Directors, the said Board of Directors is empowered, upon substantiation of charges, to remove said member from this Association. Section V. Vacancies. Paragraph I. Any office that may become vacant shall be filled by the Board of Directors. Such appointee shall hold office until the next annual meeting when the unexpired term shall be filled. Section VI. Compensation. Paragraph I. The officers and directors of the Association shall act without compensation, but may be reimbursed for monies expended in the performance of their official duties specifically authorized by the Board of Directors. Section VII. Amendments. Paragraph I. These by-laws may be amended by a majority vote of the members present at any annual meeting or any meeting called for that purpose. Section VIII. References. Paragraph I. All references made in the Constitution and By-laws to “he” shall be

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New York Angus Membership Cross Reference

3C Farm.........................................Cullinan, Paul & Bonnie 4C Son Farm.................................................. Carr, Hobart Agriculture Writing & Photography Service Moments In-Sight Photography American Angus Hall of Fame......................Burke, Tom American Angus Regional Manager.......Jeffcoat, Chris Ames Hill Farms..........................................Leahy, Gerald Angus Glen Farm.................Chedzoy, Brett & Maria Jose Angus Hill Farm............................................. Inkley, John Angus Knoll Farm..................................... Yasso, John A. Arcadia Fields LLC............................................Roth, Sue Arch Bridge Farm LLC............................ Simmons, Craig At Ease Acres............................ DeBoer, Derrick & Nicole B & B Angus..............................................Blenis, Barry G. Bapton Farms Livestock.............Worden, Ken & Patricia Bennett Farm...........................................Bennett, Janeen Berry Hill Farm...........................................Neumann, Jeff Big Bear Angus....................................... Smith, James J. Bissell-Babcock Millwork, Inc.............. Babcock, James Black Queen Angus Farm LLC............Hartman, Morgan Boehringer-Ingelheim..................... McCabe, Hannah V. Brady Mountain Angus..............................Brady, Robert Bullhorn Creek Angus.........Williams, Steven & Elizabeth Burke Ridge Farms........................... Burke, Bill & Christa Butler Creek Beef............................ Gracey, David & Kim Byrne Black Angus............................Byrne, Jerry & Jean C Bar K Farm...................................................Jones, Kurt C&C Farms.........................Hazekamp, Chad & Cindy Bell Carousel Farms............................................ Boyce, Chris Central Bridge Farms.....................Van Derwerken, John Cheer-Up Farm............................................ Iovieno, John Clark’s Cattle.......................................Simmons, Clark W. Cooperstown Holstein............................. Watson, Eric D Culvert Brook Farm............................... Fisher, Arnold R. Damcotts Angus Farm...................Damcott, Maynard Jr. Deer Run Farm................................... Tregaskis, David W. Dellea Farm LLC.......................................... Dellea, Phillip Dependa-Bull Services.......... Brayman, Duane & Crystal Dorado Angus..............Emerich, Jerry, Wanda & Katarina Double TT Ranch........................... Stark, Hugh & Ginette Drover Hill Farm...................Lipsey, William & Stephanie Durhamdale Angus............................... Durham, Stanley Eagle Village Farms................................... Shapero, Paul Easton View Angus............................................Skiff, Phil EHB Angus............................................. Butterfield, Ethan Elk Creek Farm...................................... Hilborn, Rebecca Elm View Farm.............................................. Smith, Daryl Equity Angus.............................. Brown, Rich & Marianne Erwindale Farms.......................... TenEyck, Ellen & Jason Excelsior Farms....................Bannister, Roger & Christine Farm Credit East.......................................Schmitt, Kristie Finger Lakes Cattle Co....Dennis, Timothy & John Kriese 50

Finndale Farms........................................Finn, Stephanie Fischer Farm and Fence..................... Fischer, Mary Beth Fleur de lis Farms.......................................... Partee, Rita Flyhawk............................................... Pratt, Chip & Kathy Forshee Farm..................................Forshee, Glen & Sally Frontier Genetics............ Butterfield, Bob & Allan Lawyer Frontier Genetics.........................................Lawyer, Allan Frontier Genetics/REB Angus.......Butterfield, Bob & Liz Gala Rose Farms.....................................Jones, Sherman Genetic Visions................................Evans, Jim & Joanne Green Acres of Freetown LLC..................Favaloro, Mike Gundzik Angus Farm................................Gundzik, John Hanova Hills Farm and Livestock............. Bunker, Doug Hauman Angus Farm.................Hauman, Mary & Dewey Hay Acres............................................Hay, Adam & Cindy Heathcote Farm.....................................Thorne, Oakleigh Hidden Canyon Farm.......................Olson , Steve & Sue High Lonesome Farm...............................Griffen, Fred A. Highway Meadows Farm........... Glenister, Paul & Karen Hilltop Acres Farm......................Subik, Clark & Gretchen Homestead Farm..........................McKenny, Tom & Holly Horstmann Hills Farm.......... Horstmann, Robert & Laura Hudson Valley Organics........ Clough, Byron & Cameron Hy Water Acres...................................Hyatt, David & Tara Ideal Farms.........................................Tanis, Mark & Kathy Indian Ladder Farm.................Millington, Lee & Deborah JJF Farm......................................................Farber, John J JJK Angus................................Kruszelnicki, John & Janet JL Loss Angus Farm...................... Loss, Jerry & Jeanette Just Enuff Angus............................................................... ........Brozman, Jamie,Gerald & Ethan; Ned & Linda Hower Just Serendipity Farm..........................Fravil, Jim & Mary Kelley Stock Farms....................... Kelley, Mike & Rodney Kinderhook Creek Farm, Inc...................Eckhardt, Larry Kings Roaming Angus Farm.....King, Andrew & JoAnne Knick ‘N’ Wood Yards.................................. Lewis, Arnie Kyburg Black Angus.................................. Kyburg, Sarah Kyle Farms...................................Kyle, Charles & Jennifer Lake View Cattle Co................................. Cayuga Nation Lawson Family Farms................................ Lawson, Chris Lesch Farms.................................. Lesch, John & Heather Librock Livestock Farm..............Librock, Randy & Kathie Little Rest Farm....................................Armstrong, Harold Lucky Lane Farm......................... Luckman, Dan & Tracey Lupo Acres......................... Lupo Realty, LLC, Sasho Pole Mack Brook Farm, LLC..................................................... .................................Jablonski, Kevin & Karen Christensen Maidens Bros. Farm...............................Maidens, Ronald Maple Grove Farm..................................Raap, James C. Maple Ridge Farm........................Merry, George & Cindy Marengo Stock Farm.............................Schwartz, James McCracken Vu Farm...........................McCracken, Roger New York Angus Association


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Mietlicki Farm....................................... Mietlicki, Chester Mill Creek Cattle Co.................... Lansing, Cleve & Kathy Mill Crest Acres.................................Mills, Amy Mathison Mill Crest Acres...........................................Mills, Elmer F. Mill Spring Angus......................Mills, Donald & Kathleen Miller Farms................................... Miller, Thomas & Betty Millstead Farm...............................................Miller, David Milson Farms........................... Sampson, Frank & Clinton MMT Cattle, Inc.............Tommell & Family, Marc & Nicole Montross Beef Cattle................... Montross, Christopher Mormon Hollow Farm....................... Brayman, Ed & Jeri Mort Angus..................................... Mort, Mallory & Karen Mountain Brook Farm.....................................Lardi, Paul Mountain Hollow Ranch............Rockhill, Randy & Laura Mud Creek Angus................Schrader, Michael & Kristina Murphy Farms............................................ Murphy, Peter MWM Angus Farm..................................Mangano, Mark New Penn Farm.......................................... Hinkle, Carl E. New York Cattle Co. Inc...................Organ, Eric or Steve New-Paradigm Farms............................... Welytok, Mark Oakland Farms.................................... Collins, Douglas L. Olson Angus Farm.................... Olson, Jr., Oscar Edward O’Mara Angus................................. O’Mara, Bob & Linda Packard Cattle.................... Packard, Tom, Steve Packard .........................................& Kathleen Byers, Kevin Quigley Park View Farm.........................................Gannon Family Pebble Mountain..............Rockhill, Reevie & Vicki Kieffer Penn State University..............................Landis, Wendall Pine Creek Farm...........................................Martin, Willis Pleasant Valley Farm.............................DeBoer, Jr, Frank Pleasure Acres, LLC...................................Johnson, Kent Pompey Hollow Angus LLC............Barber, Jeff & Sherry Pooler Farms.................................................Pooler, Larry Poverty Lane Angus...... Logsdon, Raymond & Stephanie Punsit Valley Farm.................... Shepard, Mark & Karolyn Quaker Hill Farm....................................Rosson, Charles Rally Farms............................................. Bontecou, Jesse Riga View Farms.......................... Clark, Jeffrey & Tammy Right Angle Creek Farm..................... Tillotson, Dr. John River Bend Farm......................................Vogelaar, Corne Rock Bend Beef.................................Mueller, Jr., Joseph Roebuck Livestock Sales.................Roebuck, Jay & Sue Rolling Rock Angus............Edwards, Jeffrey B. & Megan Rooker Angus...............................Rooker, Kevin & Mandy Rosenkrans Farms................................. Rosenkrans, Jeff Ross Farms, Inc............................................ Ross, John D Rutledgedale Farms......................... Rutledge, Dan & DJ Salem Cross Farm........................................Salem, David Sarkaria Farms...........................Sarkaria, Jasbir & Family SG Angus Farm............................... Fessner, Frank / Sara Shale Ridge Farm............................................................. ................................ Duncan, Jocelyn & Kathleen Wayman www.NY-ANGUS.com

Shanahan Cattle Promotions.......................................... ...................................... Shanahan, Mike, Jessica & Family Simme Valley.............................................. White, Jeanne Skan-Tisco Lake View Farm............ Brayman, Eric & Kim Slate Creek Farm....................Valentine, John & Maryann Sotherberry Summit.................... Sixberry, Dave & Audra Spring Hill Angus.................................... Oeschger, Scott Starrdale Farm...............................................Starr, Judith Stillwater Angus..................................... Salvadore, Scott Stillwater Angus.............................................. Tracy, Fred Stoffels Glenview Farm..........................Frueh, James D. Stone Hedge Beef..........................................Kinton, J C Stonewall Farms......................................... Moran, Eddie Sturdivant’s Black Angus Farm.............Sturdivant, Leon Sugarbush Farm..........................................Stefanik, Fred Super Beef Farms...................................Eichorst, Robert Tall Pines Farms.......................................... Shivers, Irene Tanaview Farm..............................................Denea, Mark TEK Farm LLC............................................ Keele, Thomas The Homestead.......................... Riehle, Michael & Leslie Three G Angus Farm..........................Grant, James L. Jr. Thunder View Farms..................... Coombe, Karen & Ric Ticapa Farm/Cayuga View.........Pallokat, Tim & Melanie Tony’s Farm....................................................Huerta, Tony Treadway Angus Farm............................Treadway, Chris Triple B Angus....................... Bess, Bruce & Denise Krise Triple I Farms............................................Amoroso, Hugh Trowbridge Farms.........Trowbridge, Phil, PJ Trowbridge Tullyfergus....................................Groom, Robert & Linda Upstream Dream Farm.................McMasters, D. Jeffrey Utley Acres Inc......................................... De Rose, Kathy Vachel Farm...................................Thibault, David & Faith Vacinek Farm........................................... Vacinek, Russell Valley Trail Ranch........................................Laribee, Larry Walbridge Farm............................................. Giles, Doug Waltons Way Angus Farm.........................Walton, Travis Waneta Lake Angus................Kerrick, Donna Sue & Jeff Watchwind Farm...................................... Battista, Rocco WBB Farm, LLC........................Bippert, Warren & Brenda Weaber Livestock Services.......................Weaber, Andy Weathercock Farm......................Roeske, Ted & Dorraine Wesche Farms........................................... Wesche, Allan White Fence Acres.................Krenzer, Aubrey & Matthew Why Not Farm.......................................... Sniffin, Michael Wind Cliff Farms........................Hamel, Jeffrey & Joseph Windcrest Farms.....................................Gordon, Gary W Windswept Farm.......................................Schuman, Eric Windy Point Angus............................. Sheehan, James E Wooded Acre Farm....................................... Baker, Mike Zellner Angus......................................Zellner, Dick & Bev Zoetis...................................................... Schoenbine, Rod 51


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Culvert Brook Stock Farm Arnold R. Fisher PO Box 57 • Lebanon Street Hamilton, NY 13346 (315) 824-1703

Our 76th Year with Angus A small select Angus herd of Quality - Not Quantity

A Historic Angus Herd NY JUNIOR ANGUS ASSOCIATION Membership Application Annual dues are $5.00

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New York Angus Membership by County

ALBANY

Frueh, James D Starr, Judith

ALLEGHANY

Bennett, Janeen

BROOME

Leahy, Gerald Worden, Ken & Patricia

CATTARAUGUS

Denea, Mark DiMaria, Chuck Inkley, John Jones, Kurt Lesch, John & Heather Riehle, Michael & Leslie

CAYUGA

Pallokat, Tim & Melanie Brown, Rich & Marianne Collins, Douglas L. Gordon, Gary W Kyle, Charles & Jennifer Montross, Christopher White, Jeanne

CHAUTAUQA

Babcock, James Bunker, Doug Damcott, Maynard Jr.

CHEMUNG

Sturdivant, Leon

CHENANGO

Huerta, Tony Sarkaria, Jasbir & Family Tanis, Mark & Kathy

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CLINTON

Emerich, Jerry, Wanda & Katarina

COLUMBIA

Clough, Byron & Cameron Dellea, Phillip Lardi, Paul Mort, Mallory & Karen Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Mara, Bob & Linda Schrader, Michael & Kristina Shanahan, Mike, Jessica & Family Shepard, Mark & Karolyn Simmons, Craig Trowbridge, Phil, PJ Trowbridge

CORTLAND

Denkenberger, Steven Favaloro, Mike Griffen, Fred A. Hinkle, Carl E. Laudermilk, Jeanetta Lewis, Arnie McMasters, D. Jeffrey Tillotson, Dr. John

DELAWARE

Brayman, Ed & Jeri DeBoer, Jr, Frank Schuman, Eric Shivers, Irene

DUTCHESS

Bontecou, Jesse Giles, Doug Lawyer, Allan Olson, Jr., Oscar Edward Roth, Sue Thorne, Oakleigh

ERIE

Bippert, Warren & Brenda De Rose, Kathy Mangano, Mark Vacinek, Russell

FRANKLIN

Rockhill, Reevie & Vicki Kieffer Stark, Hugh & Ginette

FULTON

Edwards, Jeffrey B. & Megan

GENESEE

Kruszelnicki, John & Janet Miller, David Mills, Amy Mathison Mills, Elmer F. Mills, Donald & Kathleen

GREENE

Blenis, Barry G. Farber, John J

HERKIMER

Barnes, Paul Jr. & Christine Hazekamp, Chad & Cindy Bell Millington, Lee & Deborah

LEWIS

Gracey, David & Kim Laribee, Larry Ross, John D.

LIVINGSTON

Baker, Mike Logsdon, Raymond & Stephanie Loss, Jerry & Jeanette McCracken, Roger Walton, Travis Yasso, John A.

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MADISON

Cullinan, Paul & Bonnie Fisher, Arnold R. Forshee, Glen & Sally Lipsey, William & Stephanie Pratt, Chip & Kathy Welytok, Mark

MONROE

Kinton, J C Krenzer, Aubrey & Matthew

MONTGOMERY

Subik, Clark & Gretchen Tommell & Family, Marc & Nicole Valentine, John & Maryann

NIAGARA

Librock, Randy & Kathie Luckman, Dan & Tracey Mietlicki, Chester Miller, Thomas & Betty Zellner, Dick & Bev

ONEIDA

Brayman, Duane & Crystal Finn, Stephanie Hyatt, David & Tara Kelley, Mike & Rodney Lansing, Cleve & Kathy Mill Creek Cattle Co. Smith, Daryl Stefanik, Fred

ONONADAGA

Byrne, Jerry & Jean Barber, Jeff & Sherry Brayman, Eric & Kim Loetterle, Steve McCabe, Hannah V. Mueller, Jr., Joseph Murphy, Peter Shapero, Paul

ONTARIO

Boyce, Chris Fessner, Frank/Sara Johnson, Kent Treadway, Chris Wesche, Allan

ORANGE

Brady, Robert Raap, James C.

ORLEANS

Bannister, Roger & Christine Blank, Ed & Nancy Watson, Douglas

OSWEGO

Druce, Gary Glenister, Paul & Karen Sampson, Frank & Clinton Sixberry, Dave & Audra

OTSEGO

Brown, Daniel J. & Jaynee Duncan, Jocelyn & Kathleen Wayman Maidens, Ronald Watson, Eric D

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Amoroso, Hugh Eckhardt, Larry Hartman, Morgan

SARATOGA

Eichorst, Robert Gannon Family Salvadore, Scott Tracy, Fred

SCHOHARIE

DeBoer, Derrick & Nicole Hay, Adam & Cindy King, Andrew & JoAnne Van Derwerken, John

SCHULER

Chedzoy, Brett & Maria Jose Williams, Steven & Elizabeth

SENECA

Cayuga Nation Fravil, Jim & Mary McCullough, Carl Partee, Rita Rosenkrans, Jeff TenEyck, Ellen & Jason

ST. LAWRENCE

Rockhill, Randy & Laura Sheehan, James E Weaber, Andy

STEUBEN

Bess, Bruce & Denise Krise Hilborn, Rebecca Kerrick, Donna Sue & Jeff Merry, George & Cindy Thompson, Gary

SULLIVAN

Coombe, Karen & Ric Moran, Eddie

THOMPKINS

Tregaskis, David W.

TIOGA

Horstmann, Robert & Laura

WYOMING

Keele, Thomas

YATES

Dennis, John & Timothy Kriese Hauman, Mary & Dewey Simmons, Clark W. Smith, James J.

OUT OF STATE

Armstrong, Harold Battista, Rocco Brozman, Jamie,Gerald & Ethan; Ned & Linda Hower Bunting, Sherry Burke, Tom Burke, Bill & Christa Butterfield, Ethan Butterfield, Bob & Liz Butterfield, Bob & Allan Lawyer Carr, Hobart Clark, Jeffrey & Tammy Evans, Jim & Joanne Fischer, Mary Beth Grant, James L. Jr. Gundzik, John Hamel, Jeffrey & Joseph Iovieno, John Jeffcoat, Chris Landis, Wendall Lawson, Chris Long, Rance McKenny, Tom & Holly Neumann, Jeff Oeschger, Scott Roebuck, Jay & Sue Roeske, Ted & Dorraine Rooker, Kevin & Mandy Rosson, Charles Rutledge, Dan & DJ Salem , David Schill, Peter Schmitt, Kristie Schoenbine, Rod Sniffin, Michael Thibault, David & Faith Vogelaar, Corne

ULSTER

Organ, Eric or Steve

WASHINGTON

Jablonski, Kevin & Karen Christensen Lupo Realty, LLC, Sasho Pole Skiff, Phil

WAYNE

Durham, Stanley Groom, Robert & Linda Hartman, Scott Jones, Sherman Kyburg, Sarah Martin, Willis Olson, Steve & Sue Packard, Tom, Steve Packard & Kathleen Byers; Kevin Quigley Pooler, Larry Schwartz, James

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New York Angus Association 2016 Annual Meeting and Member Awards

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Gestation Table

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Jan 1 Jan 2 Jan 3 Jan 4 Jan 5 Jan 6 Jan 7 Jan 8 Jan 9 Jan 10 Jan 11 Jan 12 Jan 13 Jan 14 Jan 15 Jan 16 Jan 17 Jan 18 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 21 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 26 Jan 27 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 30 Jan 31

Oct 10 Oct 11 Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 25 Oct 26 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct 29 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 1 Nov 2 Nov 3 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 6 Nov 7 Nov 8 Nov 9

Mar 15 Mar 16 Mar 17 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 21 Mar 22 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31

Dec 22 Dec 23 Dec 24 Dec 25 Dec 26 Dec 27 Dec 28 Dec 29 Dec 30 Dec 31 Jan 1 Jan 2 Jan 3 Jan 4 Jan 5 Jan 6 Jan 7

May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31

Mar 5 Mar 6 Mar 7 Mar 8 Mar 9

Jul 28 Jul 29 Jul 30 Jul 31 Aug 1 Aug 2 Aug 3 Aug 4 Aug 5 Aug 6 Aug 7 Aug 8 Aug 9

Feb 1 Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 4 Feb 5 Feb 6 Feb 7 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 10 Feb 11 Feb 12 Feb 13 Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 17 Feb 18 Feb 19 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 22 Feb 23 Feb 24 Feb 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb 28

Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov 19 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 25 Nov 26 Nov 27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov 30 Dec 1 Dec 2 Dec 3 Dec 4 Dec 5 Dec 6 Dec 7

Jan 8 Jan 9 Jan 10 Jan 11 Jan 12 Jan 13 Jan 14 Jan 15 Jan 16 Jan 17 Jan 18 Jan 19 Jan 20 Jan 21 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 24 Jan 25 Jan 26 Jan 27 Jan 28 Jan 29 Jan 30 Jan 31 Feb 1 Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 4 Feb 5 Feb 6

Mar 10 Mar 11 Mar 12 Mar 13 Mar 14 Mar 15 Mar 16 Mar 17 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 21 Mar 22 Mar 23 Mar 24 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Mar 31 Apr 1 Apr 2 Apr 3 Apr 4 Apr 5 Apr 6 Apr 7 Apr 8

May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 22 May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 31 Jun 1 Jun 2 Jun 3 Jun 4 Jun 5 Jun 6 Jun 7 Jun 8 Jun 9

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Setting the Standard

So, what make the CAB brand stand above the rest? Since there are dozens of “Angus” programs out there, including 40 other USDA-certified, we’d like to clarify that.

Live Animal Identification Step 1

Consistent Sizing

4 10- to 16-square-inch ribeye area Phenotypic: Predominantly (51%) solid black hair coat 5 OR Genotypic: AngusSource® program enroll- 1,500-pound hot carcass weight or less ment 6 AngusSource®, USDA-approved as a process Verified Program (PVP) since fall Less than 1-inch fat thickness 2005, documents source and group age while ensuring cattle have a minimum of 50% Angus genetics. Eligible cattle must be sired by a registered Angus bull Quality Appearance and and enrolled by the ranch of origin with month, day and year of birth for the oldest Tenderness calf in the group. For more information, 7 visit www.angussource.com. Superior muscling (restricts dairy influence) Carcass Specifications This screens out the influence of dairyStep 2 type cattle to maintain consistent yields Marbling and plate presentation. 1 Modest or higher marbling That qualifies a carcass for average Choice and ensures superior flavor and juiciness. Few other branded programs have this level of marbling, and it is the single largest barrier to CAB acceptance. 2 Medium or fine marbling texture Many small flecks of fat, as opposed to fewer, larger and coarser characteristics. Smaller flecks ensure consistent flavor and juiciness in each bite.

Maturity 3 “A” maturity for each, lean and skeletal characteristics All CAB carcasses are of “A” maturity, which is typically less than 30 months of age. Beef from younger animals is more tender than that from older animals. 70

8 Practically free of capillary rupture Limiting internal hemorrhaging in beef provides a more attractive meat case display. 9 No dark cutters Usually only a problem in animals that are stressed prior to harvest and caused by a drop in muscle glycogen levels, the beef appears dark brown to purplish and is not appealing to consumers. 10 No neck hump exceeding 2 inches This limits the influence of bos indicus (Brahman-type) cattle to address tenderness concerns.

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American Angus Association®

FOOT SCORE GUIDELINES

The American Angus Association accepts foot scores from its members through a simple system aimed at the development of future decision-making genetic tools. Breeders can score feet using two categories, foot angle and claw set, and by following the guidelines below.

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Guidelines 1 Animals must be scored prior to hoof trimming. 2 When there is variation among an animal’s feet, score the worst foot. 3 Score yearling bulls and heifers

• bulls must be between 320 and 440 days • heifers must be between 320 and 460 days

females can be scored following guidelines used when collecting mature weights. 4 Older (Note: Foot structure changes as animals age. Scores will be adjusted for age as part of the analysis. Scores should describe the animal as they are at the time of scoring, without consideration of age).

5 Large groups of 18-month or 2-year-old bulls can also be submitted, if available.

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HEALTHY and PROFITABLE CATTLE Simple Herd Health Protocol

CALVES

DISEASE/ PATHOGENS

3-4 weeks prior to weaning vaccinate with a IBR, BVD (types I & II) PI3, BRSV H, killed vaccine product or a modified live vac- Somnus. cine that is safe for pregnant cows or calves nursing pregnant cows. Pasturella H & M At weaning - Booster

IBR, BVD (types I & II) PI3, BRSV H, Somnus

COWS

DISEASE/ PATHOGENS

October - combine with fall worming and grub treatment.

IBR, BVD (types I & II), PI3, BRSV, H, Somnus, Leptospirosis, Vibriosis

8-10 weeks pre-calving

Selenium deficiency Corona Virus, Clostridium C

June - combine with worming

E.coli (if you have scour problems), Leptospirosis, Vibriosis

NEWBORN CALVES

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Dip navel with Iodine. Give vitamin shots.

YEARLING HEIFERS 2-4 weeks prior to the start of the breeding season

If scours are a problem you may want to use as oral product.

DISEASE/ PATHOGENS

Leptospirosis, Vibriosis, Selenium deficiency

WORMING

October - (all cattle) use a wormer that also protects against grubs or use an additional product for grubs. This can be combined with fall vaccinations. June - (all cattle) use a wormer different from that used in the fall. This can be combined with a Vibrio/Lepto booster for cows. Check with your local veterinarians to see what will work best for your beef operation. Also ask fellow beef producers what they might use. These are simple steps to Healthy & Profitable Cattle. Remember: The only stupid question - is a question not asked. 72

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Wesche Farms B r e e d i n g Q u a l i ty An g u s C a ttle S inc e 1 9 6 5 Some people dream of success...

while others wake up and work hard at it

Congratulations Katharine!

Other Wesche Angus features include... G A R New Day M261 • $B over 137.99! Mc Cracken Vu Lady 172 • Wesche donor, dam of F02! Rita 9F7 of 4L1 Forward • maternal sister to Rito 6EM3 at Express! Rita 1B5 of Rita 8K45 9B30 • $B over 143.02! Sinclair Lady 9XF15 5X26 • same family as Net Present Value! Laura and Allan Wesche Katharine Wesche • John Wesche 3899 Taylor Road Shortsville, NY 14548

Phone 585-289-8246 Allan’s Cell 585-489-6432 Email: weschefarms@gmail.com

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Annual Angus Sale

Second Saturday in October Rally Farms • Millbrook NY

HOSTED BY:

Heathcote Farm Dave Richmond, Mgr 845-323-9232 heathcote@optonline.net 15 Heathcote Lane Amenia, NY 12501 Mark Kent, Herdsman

Rally Farms

Owner/Manger Jesse M. Bontecou 1015 Shunpike Millbrook, NY 12545 Farm (845) 677-8211 Chris Howard (845) 416-1056 chrisphoward@optimum.net

River Bend Farm

Corné Vogelaar, Mgr 25 Branch Rd • Far Hills, NJ 07931 (908) 234-1377 (908) 234-1364 (Corné cell) Corne@RBFAngus.com www.RBFangus.com

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JSK Cattle Co. EMBRYO IMPLANT SERVICES You provide the embryos, We implant them for you! Recipients available in most age ranges. Implants done by a certified embryologist. Ultrasounded, Sexed Pregnancies in Registered Angus and Commercial recipient cows.

Contact us today! Breeding season is , get approaching s your order in early!

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Comparing different breeds on a common Angus scale

Researchers at the Roman L. Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research Center (MARC) in Clay Center, Nebraska, annually calculate across breed adjustment factors to compare the genetic value of the 18 most utilized breeds. The 2016 report allows for bulls of differing breed compositions to be compared on a common EPD scale. Appropriate across-breed adjustment factors found in Table 1 are applied to EPDs produced in the most recent genetic evaluations to create across breed EPDs (AB-EPDs). The adjustment factors, given relative to an Angus equivalent of zero for each trait, take into account breed differences measured in the Germplasm Evaluation Project at MARC, as well as differences in breed average EPDs and base year. Add the specific adjustment factor to EPDs produced in the most recent genetic evaluations to directly compare EPDs that were formerly breed-specific. Commercial producers may find AB-EPDs most useful to decipher differences among breeds when making bull buying decisions. It is important for a producer to examine his/her own situation in order to find the most appropriate way to apply the AB-EPDs in their own selection program. Across breed EPDs are a very useful tool, stemming from a long standing, well-designed research program, but it is important to remember these predictions are not perfect. The accuracy of AB-EPD prediction depends on the within-breed EPD accuracy of the individual bulls being compared. In other words, AB-EPDs predict breed differences more accurately between two highly-proven bulls of different breed compositions than younger, less proven individuals. To examine the report in its entirety visit http://beefimprovement. org/content/uploads/2016/06/2016-BIF-Proceedings-1.pdf.

Figure 1. Adjustment factors to Estimate Across-Breed EPDs

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Birth Weaning Yearling Maternal Marbling Ribeye Fat Carcass Wt. Wt. Wt. Milk Score Area Thickness Wt.

Angus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hereford 2.3 -7.8 -28.6 -17.3 -0.31 -0.07 -0.056 -59 Red angus 2.5 -31.4 -34.6 3.3 -0.27 0.01 -0.016 -9 Shorthorn 4.7 -36.6 -17.3 4.1 -0.14 0.37 -0.105 -7.1 South Devon 3.3 -11.4 -27.1 3.9 -0.08 0.29 -0.133 -24.8 Beefmaster 4.7 17.9 0.5 5.9 Brahman 10.3 45.1 6.6 23.8 -0.78 -0.05 -0.145 -27.8 Brangus 3.3 12 4 6.3 Santa Gertrudis 5.7 36.3 43 17 -0.54 -0.09 -0.08 2.2 Braunvieh 1.9 -25.5 -50 -0.8 -0.7 0.78 -0.092 Charolais 8 34.6 40.4 8.2 -0.33 1.01 -0.208 13 Chiangus 3.2 -27 -40.5 -1.7 -0.34 0.34 -0.093 -18.1 Gelbvieh 2.8 -22.6 -29.3 2.3 -0.27 0.75 -15 Limousin 2.3 -18.2 -41.3 -13.7 -0.43 1.01 -0.132 -12 Maine-Anjou 4.2 -30.5 -38.7 -6.2 -0.57 0.97 -0.187 -15.9 Salers 1.8 -7.3 -25.7 5.9 -0.09 0.94 -0.196 -23.5 Simmental 3.2 -9.4 -12.1 4.4 -0.34 0.49 -0.129 4.4 Tarentaise 3.4 25.1 5.6 24.2 Table 2: Example of using across-breed adjustment factors to convert non-comparable within-breed EPDs to comparable across-breed EPDs.

BW WW YW Milk

Angus AB-Adj. Factors¹ 0 0 0 0 Bull #001 EPD² 2.9 42 83 16 AB-EPD³ 2.9 42 83 16 Simmental AB-Adj. Factors¹ 3.2 -9.4 -12.1 4.4 Bull #002 EPD² 1.8 61 89 27 AB-EPD³ 5 51.6 76.9 31.4 ¹ AB adj. factors are the across-breed adjustment factors from Table 1. ² EPDs are the within-breed EPD values from the breed’s genetic evaluation for the bull of interest. ³ Across-breed EPDs after adjustment factors are applied to within-breed EPDs.

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Sarkaria Farms Registered Angus Seedstock, Proven Genetics

Calving Ease, SF Herd Sires!

Bobcat Black Diamond

Schiefelbein HD 1241

REG# 17065277 Sitz Upward 307R x Mytty In Focus

REG# 17568869 Connealy Black Granite x Baldridge Nebraska 901

Werner Flat Top 4136

TA Camilla Bell 001

DAM REG# 18094501 Connealy Black Granite x CRA Bextor 872 5205 608

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SF Jutland 1507 • REG# 18410298 VAR Reserve 1111 x GDAR Game Day 449 SF Jut Traction 1574 • REG# 18407395 JMB Traction 292 x GDAR Game Day 449

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American Angus Association Online Calf Registration & Electronic Transfer Instructions Lindsay Knight, American Angus Association

AAA Login is a free data entry and herd management service provided to Angus members, which allows you to submit registration applications and performance data on-line. The Login access allows producers to streamline information on their herds and submit data 24/7. The following is quick reference guide for registering and transferring animals via the AAA Login system. There are several key components necessary to register an Angus calf. Requirements include sire and dam registration number, permanent calf identification, sex, twin indicator, date of birth, animal name, and type of service on the dam, as well as the name, location, and member code of the first owner. Permanent Identification - Permanent identification marks shall be limited to a maximum of five (5) characters per animal. No two animals of the same sex, born in the same calendar year and registered under the name of the first owner, shall be given identical permanent identification marks in the same calendar year. Tattoo Module: http://www.angus.org/Education/Video/tattooing.htm Freeze Brand Module: http://www.angus.org/Education/Video/FreezebrandingModule.htm Registered Name - An animal’s name cannot contain more than 28 characters and spaces. All letters must be in English, and numerals may be Arabic and/or Roman. For any questions concerning the permanent identification or registration name process, please refer to the Breeders Reference Guide at http://www.angus.org/Pub/brg_part2.pdf or you may contact us at 816-383-5100 and request to speak with Registration. Quick Reference Guide for AAA Login Instructions: Please log in to your AAA Login account, and then follow the steps listed below to submit a registration for a calf. Manage Herd, Registration/Transfer/Performance, Registration/Transfer, Registrations -Includes EZ Registrations (Select the ‘Click Here for Online Entry’), All Eligible Dams, Search. You will now have a spreadsheet type list of active dams in the herd. Select the dam you’d like to register progeny from by clicking on the pen and paper icon to left of her information. A Registration Entry screen will open to submit her calf. From this point, it is fill in the blank from left to right, and all columns marked with an asterisk are a required field. If all of the data looks true and correct on your screen, you will click Save and it will put that registration into your cart, which automatically returns you to the All Eligible Dams list to then submit another calf. Now that you have entered all the information on the calves you wish to record, you may then click on the Cart option to review and check out. To complete your registration application, you must now check out your cart, select payment, and finally, submit the order for the request to be sent electronically to AAA. 80

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American Angus Association Online Calf Registration & Electronic Transfer Instructions Lindsay Knight, American Angus Association

Transferring Animals with Electronically Stored Pedigrees: An exciting feature via our AAA Login is the option to now store your registration certificates electronically rather than receiving a paper certificate. By selecting the option to electronically store your certificates at the time of registration, you will then also have the opportunity to transfer these animals via this method, should they be sold at a future time. Once logged in to your AAA Login, please follow the steps listed below to transfer animal with an electronically stored pedigree. Manage Herd, Registration/Transfer/Performance, Registration/Transfer, Transfers- For animals with electronically stored pedigrees (Select â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Click Here for Online Entry), Search. This will generate a spreadsheet type list of all animals in your herd with electronically stored pedigrees. After you have selected the animal you wish to transfer, please select the coordinating pen and paper icon to the left of the registration number, which will then generate a Transfer Entry screen to submit the transfer information. This too, is a fill in the blank format and all required fields are marked with an asterisk. Additionally, please note the autofill option for the previous buyer information. Once you begin typing at least 3 letters of the name of a previous buyer, a pop-up option under the name box will appear which you may click on to select to autofill their information. Please note that there are 3 commonly missed sections of the Transfer Entry screen: 1. If you are transferring only a partial interest of said animal, please make sure to check the box which signifies that you are in fact, retaining an interest of ownership. 2. The Buyer 1 line, first box, is for the member code of the buyer. Should that information not be available, please leave this box blank. 3. Service information or open status at the time of transfer is vital to the transfer of all females. If she is bred, please list any and all service/sires/dates. However, if she is open please be sure to mark the box on the bottom of the screen that indicates she is open at transfer. If the information looks true and correct, you will now click Save and it will put the transfer request into your cart and return to your list of electronically stored animals to submit another transfer. Once complete, you may go to your cart, select check out, select payment, and finally, submit your order. We hope that you find these steps useful in helping you to register and/or transfer your Angus animals via the AAA Login system. Should you have any questions or need assistance in navigating your Login account, either on-line or via our Angus Mobile application, please do not hesitate to contact us at 816-383-5100. Requests for our Life of a Calf document regarding further AAA Login instructions and options may be sent to us at AAASupport@angus.org

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Tips for Showing Appreciation for Stock Shows Courtesy of Sure Champ Showing livestock is about more than taking home banners and ribbons. That’s what everyone says. Besides the lessons of daily responsibility, winning and losing with grace and feeding and caring for animals, there is also a lot to be learned in how to be thankful. Livestock shows don’t happen without great leaders, even better volunteers and lots of financial support. When T.R., Dax and Colby Putz leave a show they are looking for whom to thank for their experience. They place strong emphasis on saying thank you to judges, ring help and sponsors. The Putz boys say they certainly enjoy the value of showing, meeting new people and hanging out with friends from across their home state of Iowa. But these young men are keen to how a simple thank you might help keep the show industry that they love growing and thriving. T.R., who is ten-years-old has earned awards in showmanship and exhibiting Champion heifers or steers at jackpots, the Iowa State Fair and the National Junior Hereford Expo shows. Dax shows Hereford cattle as well and his twin brother, Colby, shows chickens and sells eggs. T.R. says the awards make him proud to be a livestock showman and the fun he has makes him happy on the inside. The ribbons and trophies are icing on the cake. After they get home from a show Dax says he and his mom write down on a piece a paper whom he needs to send thank-you cards. “I start with, ‘Dear’ and the person’s name,” he says. “Then I say, ‘Thank you for sponsoring my show prize.’ The thank-you card is for the donor so they can feel good inside and proud too. They’re giving us something so we should give them something nice too.” Dax and Colby say it’s about showing respect and appreciation for the ribbon, premium or prize. The seven-year-old Putz boys prefer to thank people face to face, simply because it’s easier than writing for them. This may make some kids nervous but Dax says it’s really important to try to do. T.R. says at shows he will listen to the named

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sponsors announced on the microphone. If there is a sponsor listed to a breed or showmanship award then he will make a note of that name too. At the recent Iowa Beef Expo, he says John Sullivan of Sullivan Show Supply was a major sponsor. T.R. intends to send Sullivan a note of appreciation for supporting such a big show. “Sometimes they will give a gift bag to every exhibitor and inside might be a new product from Sullivans,” T.R. says. “I think it’s important to tell him thank you because you feel good saying it and he probably appreciates hearing it.” Here are a few tips from the Putz boys on how to say thank you. 1. Have confidence. Dax says to just walk up to a sponsor at a show and say thank you for donating money or gifts. 2. Challenge others. If you are going up to a sponsor to say thank you, take your friends along and encourage them to do so. At the show maybe the only time you have to thank them in person, so do it. 3. Do more than write a thank you. When the Putz boys finish unloading their trailer and setting up stalls at a show they will offer help to others to do the same. T.R. says sometimes people need help unloading and loading chutes and show supplies and helping them feels really great.“Usually they just say thank you and I say,

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‘No problem,” he says. 4. Use the right format on a card. Start each thank you card with the word, “Dear” then the persons’ name it goes to. Then, the Putz boys say to specifically thank the sponsor for whatever they gave. 5. Have an attitude for gratitude. Remember who sponsors a livestock award and how it feels to win something. Then when exhibitors grow up they should remember to sponsor an award too and pay it forward. 6. Thank everyone at home. The Putz boys are very aware of how much time and money their own parents sink into showing livestock. Dax says he is thankful to his mom for helping them in the show barn. Colby says he is grateful to his whole family for helping him with chicken chores and for having a good attitude.“We don’t build anyone

down,” he says. “We build them up.” 7. Thank the neighbors. The Putz family has a neighbor, Cade VanVliet, who travels with them to shows. VanVliet helps their family but they also carpool together to jackpot shows. The neighbor friend is teaching the Putz boys to fit and clip as well. T.R. says he is working to master front legs then VanVliet will put him on back legs.The boys say VanVliet has never accepted money from them as payment for help or travel expenses. So to thank him the family finds ways to treat him by giving gift cards or a new sweatshirt. 8. Don’t use email to send a thank you. T.R. says it takes longer to write a hand-written thank you card than to type an email. This means a handwritten card means more.“That and John Sullivan probably gets enough email as it is,” T.R. says.

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Advertiser’s Index American Angus Hall of Fame......................................................... 60 Angus Hill Farm............................................................................. 33 At Ease Acres.................................................................................. 4 Cattle Promotions LLC..................................................................... 12 Country Folks................................................................................ 49 Cow Power................................................................................... 75 Crawford, Scott, Auctioneer............................................................ 47 Culvert Brook Stock Farm................................................................ 54 Equity Angus................................................................................. 64 Farm Credit East............................................................................ 73 Fred’s Tents and Canopies............................................................... 19 Genetic Visions LLC........................................................................ 55 Hauman Angus.............................................................................. 62 Heathcote Farm.................................................. 75, Inside Back Cover The Homestead.............................................................................. 25 Jeffcoat, Chris, Regional Manager................................................... 59 JSK Cattle Co................................................................................ 76 Kelleys Stock Farm......................................................................... 23 McCracken VU Farms..................................................................... 27 Murphy Farm................................................................................... 3 MWM Angus................................................................................ 21 New Penn Farm............................................................................. 11 Pennsylvania State University........................................................... 61 Rally Farms............................................................................. 42, 75 Riga View..................................................................................... 43 River Bend Farm............................................................................ 75 Sarkaria Farms.............................................................................. 79 Select Sires.................................................................................... 48 Stillwater Angus............................................................................. 19 Stoffels Glenview Farm................................................................... 63 Thunder View Farms Genetics............................................................ 5 Trowbridge Farms.......................................................... 1, Back Cover Tullyfergus Angus........................................................................... 10 Vacinek Farm............................................................ Inside Front Cover Waltons Way Angus Farm.............................................................. 31 WBB Farm.................................................................................... 29 Weaber Livestock Services................................................................ 2 Wesche Farms............................................................................... 74

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FUNCTIONAL CATTLE WITH EYE APPEAL, PROVEN GENETICS & DECADES OF EXPERIENCE

NY ANGUS Second in May SALE Saturday

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Second Saturday in October

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