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Bulls for sale by Private Treaty Visit our website for Updates on sale animals! Our Top quality Females sell at the “Pacific Invitational All Breeds Female Sale” Sale is held at the Williams Lake stock yard on the last Saturday in September

Introducing Our New Herd Sire … Square-D Century 957B

CE -0.2 BW 3.9 WW 51 YW 82 MK 24 TM 49

He will be assisted by our senior herd sire:

NJW 34S 38W Beef 15Z ET - CE 2.4 BW 4.2 WW 45 YW 69 MK 27 TM 49

Murray Gore (604) 582-3499

kootenayph@gmail.com Box 3171, Castlegar, BC, V1N 3H5

Ed Conroy (250) 365-3270


Visit our web site at www.bchereford.ca

BCHA Executive President Murray Gore, Surrey (604)951-2306 mgore1@telus.net

Vice President John Lewis, Courtenay (250)334-3252 johnnymlewis@hotmail.com Secretary Janice Tapp, Fraser Lake (250)699-6466 ttapp@bcgroup.net Treasurer Vic Redekop, Aldergrove (604)614-2277 vredekop@gmail.com

BCHA Directors Greg Peters, Langley (604)514-5949 gregpetr@telus.net

Phil Brown, Princeton (250)293-6857 coppercreek@xplornet.ca Harvey Halvorson, Brackendale (604)898-3072 hghalv@shaw.ca Bob Gowans, Kamloops (250)573-4088 deanfieldranch@yahoo.ca Maureen Ziemer, Lumby (250)547-6394 echovalley@xplornet.com Keith Bostock, Salmon Arm (250)832-2779 ckbostock@hotmail.com Don Richardson, Tlell (250)557-4348 don@richardsonranch.ca Daryl Kirton, Abbotsford (604)855-2287 3-d-l@telus.net

25440 16th Ave, Aldergrove, BC V4W 2R7 PRESIDENT’S WELCOME: The last ten years have been tough ones on the cattle industry. Hereford breeders worked to keep a lid on input costs while selecting efficient genetics to meet the needs of our industry. While Herefords may not have changed coat color like some other breeds, they certainly have changed under the hide. We have the genetic trend data to show our breeders successfully focused on increasing early growth and milk while reducing birth weights and increasing calving ease. Before any Hereford breeder can register calves from a particular sire that bull must be parentage verified. Not only does this DNA test prove the pureness of the animal being tested but it helps ensure the integrity of our gene pool. Commercial breeders, who run multiple breeds, know how important this is to achieve maximum hybrid vigor when using Herefords in crossbreeding programs. Hereford breeders are embracing new technology which bring new tools to compliment the old fashioned scale and eye ball as we continue to make selections which will strengthen our breed. For the past three years, BC Hereford breeders have participated in the Genomics Canada Project where Hereford breeders from across Canada have measured the feed efficiency of 1000 Hereford bull calves. The BC bulls have some of the highest weight per day gains on test. Other breeders from our province have recently competed successfully at the National Hereford Shows bringing home the Championship banners. Whether you run straight bred Herefords or use Herefords in a crossbreeding program, we hope you will contact one of our BC Hereford breeders listed in this directory when you are looking for a new herd sire or replacement females. We also hope you find some other useful information and facts in our first Directory & Handbook. A big thank-you to all those breeders who have supported Herefords in the past and we welcome enquiries from those who want to introduce Hereford blood to their herd. It is no secret the Hereford breed is a cornerstone breed and it should be no secret Hereford breeders in BC are striving to make the Hereford breed an even more efficient and excellent choice for our commercial industry.

*** Design and production by *** Jamie Richardson, Janice Tapp & Don Richardson Page 3


Honest, Reliable, Dedicated and Hardworking

And we expect the same from our cattle!

Top Quality Polled Hereford Genetics. Selected for exceptional performance on grass and hay. Chosen for Docility, Fertility, Calving Ease and Conformation. Two Year Old Bulls sold by Private Treaty; and at the Vanderhoof Bull Sale. Call for Registered & Commercial Replacement Heifers and 4H Projects.

283 Engleson Road Fraser Lake, BC V0J 1S0 Phone: 250-699-6466

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The Benefits of Trace Element Supplementation Many areas of British Columbia are known to be deficient in trace elements and proper supplementation is important. The benefits of trace element supplementation can include: • Optimized growth rates • Easier, cleaner calving’s • Optimized conception rates • Improved milk production • Strong, healthy calves • Reduced calving spread Whether it is milk production, reproductive performance, or efficiency of gain, modern production systems seek to get the very most out of cattle. For these systems, managing trace element supplementation can be a key factor in herd health and performance during critical periods of the production cycle. Critical production periods in BC Beef herds can include cows & heifers 8-10 weeks pre-calving, breeding time, AI or ET programs and summer grazing and/or wintered on range where oral supplementation is not available. TRACE ELEMENT BOLUSES FOR CATTLE Provide an alternative to daily oral supplementation

All-Trace® for Cattle boluses are designed to provide to adult cattle that proportion of their dietary requirement of six trace elements not adequately supplied by grass or forage based diets. The boluses lie in the reticulum at the forward base of the rumen and slowly dissolve from a constant surface area, thus providing a continuous supply of trace elements to the animal for approximately eight (8) months. The boluses dissolve completely, leaving no residue in the rumen and supplement the 6 trace minerals (copper, cobalt, selenium, zinc, manganese and iodine) commonly deficient in pastured cattle. Use this product as an aid in restoring normal liver copper levels in adult cattle on copper-deficient pastures and as an aid in restoring selenium levels in adult cattle on selenium-deficient pastures. Administer orally two (2) whole, undamaged All-Trace for Cattle boluses per animal. Administer at the beginning of the pasture season or prior to a critical production period when oral supplement may not be possible. The active life of the bolus is 8 months.

Ph (250)249-5346 Bonny & Richard Morley Fax (250)249-5346 2164 Rawlings Rd. brmorley@netbistro.com Quesnel, BC BULLS FOR SALE AT THE FARM V2J 7E2 Page 7


ASSURED SUPPLY. Variation of intake is a major issue with free access supplementation, and the All-Trace速 for Cattle sustained release bolus eliminates that concern. Not only does it provide the daily dose of trace elements that cattle need, it also meters out that dose so that animals are receiving supplementation every minute of every day of the active life of the product.

LABOUR SAVINGS. Once administered, All-Trace速 for Cattle boluses save the time and cost put into daily feeding or checking the availability of free access products. No need to move oral supplements each time you rotate pastures. COST EFFECTIVE. Unlike free access supplements, there is no wastage with the All -Trace速 for Cattle bolus. Costs compare favourably with other forms of supplementation. Testimonials: ***

***The Richardson Ranch pastures are severely deficient in Selenium and Copper as well as being borderline in Zinc. We have used the All Trace Bolus for the last three years to augment our herd health program. We believe it has increased our conception rate and decreased dramatically our early embryonic death loss. This is a must have product if you are flushing cows or asking your herd to be at their highest possible level of reproductive performance.

Breeding Herefords for 85 years! 6401-30th Avenue SW Salmon Arm, BC V1E 3J3 PH: 250-832-9149 rychelleturner@outlook.com

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The Gowans Family

202 Campbell Range Road Kamloops, BC V2C 6W4 Bob & Colleen (250) 573-4088 Jordan (250) 573-3595 deanfieldranch@yahoo.ca

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at the Williams Lake Bull Sale and by private treaty A solid cow herd built from these quality herd bulls

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Polled Herefords

QUALITY & PERFORMANCE CATTLE Select Sires used;

Remitall Keynote 20X Haroldson’s WLC Vegas ET 24W Harvie Over Night ET 38Y Remitall Platinum 127P Remitall Reality 25U

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Senior Herd Sire:

Kootenay 8X Duramax 53A New Junior Herd Sire for 2015:

Kootenay 91Z Global Empire 1B

Cody and Ashley Pugh hereford5star@live.com Cody: (250)264-8106 Ashley: (250) 794-8606 Box 237, Cecil Lake, B.C. V0C 1G0

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In the past decade we at North Bluff have come to appreciate the quality and caliber of Hereford cattle. We have established

a small herd of carefully selected Polled Hereford cows from some of Canada’s finest herds

Remitall-West Marvel ET 6B Owned with Copper Creek Ranch

WLB Empire 980 91Z Owned with Kootenay Polled Herefords

604-614-2277

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25440-16 Avenue, Aldergrove, BC

Females offered at Annual Pacific All Breeds Invitational Sale Bulls for sale at the farm

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Cayle Brown with Grand Champion Hereford Female at the IPE, Armstrong BC, 2014. Sponsored by Greenbelt Embryo Transfer Services


President: Secretary:

Don Richardson 250-557-4348 Janice Tapp 250-699-6466 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!

1. Birch Hill Farm 2. Brigden Ranch 3. C-Jay Herefords 4. Copper-T Ranch 5. Gattiker Farm 6. JS Herefords 7. Lone Fir Ranch 8. Morley Polled Herefords 9. Nordic Herefords 10. O&G Cattle Co. 11. Pyy Ranch 12. Richardson Ranch 13. Rose Ranch 14. Sturgeon Point Farm 15. Vallee Creek Herefords

Vanderhoof Quesnel Houston Fraser Lake Telkwa Houston Fort Fraser Quesnel Brackendale Houston Vanderhoof Tlell Burns Lake Vanderhoof Houston

250-567-4640 250-747-2320 250-845-8611 250-699-6466 250-846-5494 250-845-7020 250-690-7527 250-249-5346 604-898-3072 250-845-2919 250-567-6808 250-557-4348 250-694-3500 250-567-9337 250-845-2636

Members Have Bulls & Females For Sale at Their Farms !

Proud supporters of both the

Vanderhoof Bull Sale and

Williams Lake Bull Show & Sale

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OSR

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Raising Herefords for over 40 years Located near Kamloops, BC

Horned Hereford Bulls & Commercial Cattle for Sale at the Ranch Pam Ogilvie, Diane, Grant & Bryan Hoffman Kari Lynn & Jeff Dundass & family (250) 374-1185 or (250) 374-6151

Pine Butte Sale, Kamloops, last Saturday in February Dawson Creek Bull Sale, last Saturday in March Vanderhoof Bull Sale, second Saturday in April Williams Lake Bull Show & Sale, third week in April BCHA President Murray Gore 604-582-3499 BCHA Secretary Janice Tapp 250-699-6466

Check out www.bchereford.ca for a Hereford breeder near you

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Tattooing Procedures

Tattooing has been adopted by the Canadian beef breed associations as the standard for identifying animals in their client’s herds, as it is the most satisfactory method for permanent individual marking. When done correctly, a tattoo is permanent and not easily changed without disfiguring the animal. Many breed associations have adopted a system for tattooing that results in a unique ID for each animal. Each herd is assigned a two-to-four- letter code, each year is assigned a letter and each animal within a year is given a number. For example, the tattoo APSF 18X would identify, within herd APSF, the 18th animal born in 2010. Many commercial beef producers have adopted the same ID system simply displayed to our on ear tags to maintain unique ID for withinWe appreciate being part of your genetic programs. and across-herd perforThank you for choosing our team to export your mance evaluations. genetics to Russia, China and around the world. The Designated Year Letter is standard across all breeds in Canada 2011 = Y 2012 = Z 2013 = A 2014 = B 2015 = C 2016 = D 2017 = E 2018 = F 2019 = G 2020 = H 2021 = J 2022 = K Our team provides etc. OMPLETE

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Good tattoos are easy to apply if you follow these simple directions:

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Josef Botha Cell: (250) 813-3396 Cattle For Sale by Private Treaty

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4. Apply tattoo ink paste on the ends of the needles in the tattoo plier using a Q-tip; ink each number and letter liberally. (I prefer the ink paste which is messier than the roll-on ink but I find it more effective). 5. Clean the ear of all wax and contaminants using an alcohol wipe or a wet wipe. Wax will interfere with the ink entering the holes made by the tattoo needles! Contaminants like manure will cause your tattoo to become infected which will render your tattoo illegible. 6. Apply two strips of ink, one strip above and one strip below the major cartilage rib which runs out across the inside of the calf’s ear. Use the upper strip for your herd letters and the lower strip for the number and year letter. 7. Carefully place the pliers on the ear so the inked needles travel through your upper ink strip and into the correct part of the ear. Squeeze hard, until your heels come off the ground! Change from herd letters to animal number and letter for the second strip. Again, press really hard. Remove the pliers and immediately use your gloved thumb to rub very firmly across the ink covered holes made by the tattoo needles. Keep your fingers behind the ear and literally grind the ink into the holes created by the tattoo needles with your thumb. If the holes bleed keep forcing the ink into the holes until no bleeding is evident. You must get ink into the wounds to create a lasting tattoo. It takes a minute or more to make a great tattoo. 8. Rinse your tattoo equipment with alcohol before moving to the next animal. 9. After several weeks, the ink will dry and flake out of the ear, leaving a legible tattoo and a permanent means of identification. Page 25


The following Directory lists the fifty-nine active Hereford breeding units who registered and transferred cattle in the last two years. The number of the Ranch is located on the map found in the centre of this brochure to help you identify breeders near you. Please note that some of these breeders have also placed additional information about their programs in advertisements which are referenced by the “More information on page %� tag . Photo from Douglas Lake Cattle Co.

Clifford & Kari-Ann Pogany

Ph: (250) 428-5696

Creston, BC (Lister)

ckpogany@hotmail.com Page Page26 26

Cell: (250) 402-8582


2015—2017 BC Hereford Association Directory & Handbook

1.

Ardill’s Ranch Ltd

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Benson Farm

Renee Ardill Bag 6017, 17361 Hwy #29 North, Fort St. John, BC V1J 4H6 Phone: (250) 262-0184 Fax: (250) 262-0184 E-mail: ardillsranch@xplornet.com

Ronald & Moira Benson 2437 Quennell Road, Nanaimo, BC V9X 1K4 Phone: (250) 722-2144 Cell: (250) 714-2174 E-mail: ronandlorrell@shaw.ca

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Benwyn Farm Ltd

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Birch Hill Herefords

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Brabeth Farm

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Brigden Ranch

Bill & Doug Bentley 7747 255 Rd., Box #1, Site 904, RR#1, Progress, BC V0C 2E0 Phone: (250) 719-5112 Cell: (250) 219-9988 Fax: (250) 843-7575 E-mail: billbentley@pris.ca More Info Pg. 42

Martin & Sheila Solmonson 16402 Mapes Rd., Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A1 Phone: (250) 567-4640 Cell: (250) 567-0477 Fax: (250) 567-4680 E-mail: rockin6sfarms@hotmail.com More Info Pg. 39

Max & Gail Newby 45405 Stevenson Road, Chilliwack, BC V2R 2Z7 Phone: (604) 858-4913 Cell: (604) 793-4109 Fax: (604) 858-5850 E-mail: brabeth@telus.net

Allan & Elsie Brigden 3562 Hanson Pit Rd., Quesnel, BC V2J 6G5 Phone: (250) 747-2320 Fax: (250) 747-4599 E-mail: hereford@uniserve.com Page 27


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Bry-Ber Herefords

Keith & Carrie Bostock 69500 70th St. SW, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 3C4 Phone: (250) 832-2779 E-mail: ckbostock@hotmail.com

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Cayley Cattle Co.

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Cedar Meadow Ranch

Caylynne Brown PO Box 735, Princeton, BC V0X 1W0 Phone: (250) 295-0404 Cell: (250) 293-6858 Fax: (250) 295-4079 E-mail: cayley@xplornet.ca

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Wayne & Mary Schaad 1750 Surgenor Road, Black Creek, BC V9J 1G6 Phone: (250) 337-5784 E-mail: schaadwm@shaw.ca

Church Hill Farm

Brian & Susan Cunningham 981 North End Road, Salt Spring Islands, BC V8K 1L7 Phone: (250) 537-2118 E-mail: chfarm@shaw.ca

C-Jay Herefords

Adrienne Dickson 4000 Hwy 16 East, Houston, BC V0J 1Z2 Phone: (250) 845-8611 E-mail: wolly_b@yahoo.com More Info Pg. 55

Copper Creek Ranch

Phil & Catherine Brown 1029 Old Hedley Road, PO Box 817, Princeton, BC V0X 1W0 Phone: (250) 295-4099 Cell: (250) 293-6857 Fax: (250) 295-4079 E-mail: coppercreek@xplornet.ca More Info IBC Page 28


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Copper-T Ranch

14.

Coppertone Farms Ltd.

Trevor & Janice Tapp 283 Engleson Road, Box 185, Fraser Lake, BC V0J 1S0 Phone: (250) 699-6466 Cell: (250) 699-2038 Fax: (250) 699-6461 E-mail: ttapp@bcgroup.net More Info Pg. 4

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Patrick & Karen Huestis 420 Short Rd., Abbotsford, BC V2S 8A7 Phone: (604) 852-4745 Cell: (604) 556-6324 E-mail: patrick@coppertonefarms.ca More Info Pg. 16

Courtenay Herefords

John Lewis 5364 Headquarters Rd., Courtenay, BC V9J 1M1 Phone: (250) 334-3252 Cell: (250) 218-2537 E-mail: johnnymlewis@hotmail.com

More Info Pg. 58

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Deanfield Ranch

Bob Gowans 202 Campbell Range Road, Kamloops, BC V2C 6W4 Phone: (250) 573-4088 Fax: (250) 573 4054 E-mail: deanfieldranch@yahoo.ca More Info Pg. 10

Echo Valley Farm

Fred & Maureen Ziemer 432 Creighton Valley Rd., Lumby, BC V0G 2G1 Phone: (250) 547-6394 Fax: (250) 547-6394 E-mail: echovalley@xplornet.com More Info Pg. 23

5-Star Herefords

Cody & Ashley Pugh PO Box 237, 14288 235 Rd., Cecil Lake, BC V0C 1G0 Phone: (250) 794-8606 Cell: (250) 264-8106 E-mail: hereford5star@live.com

More Info Pg. 14

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Flack’s Hereford Farm

20.

Foster Bar Ranch

Cary & Ruth Flack 2079 Duck Range Road, PO Box 107 , Pritchard, BC V0E 2P0 Phone: (250) 577-3779 Fax: (250) 577-3719 E-mail: ultrakelp@telus.net

Fred & Barb Watkinson Hwy 12, PO Box 573, Lillooet, BC V0K 1V0 Phone: (604) 256-7364

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Golden Horn Ranch

22.

Hilltop Honey Ranch

Clifford & Kari-Ann Pogany RR#2, 1169 Hagey Rd., Creston, BC V0B 1G2 Phone: (250) 428-5696 Cell: (250) 402-8582 Fax: (250) 428-5696 E-mail: ckpogany@hotmail.com More Info Pg. 26

Brian & Dana Smith 13825 Rd. 211, PO Box 431, Pouce Coupe, BC V0C 2C0 Phone: (250) 786-5232

23.

Hlusek Farms

24.

J-Jac Herefords

Adam & Heide Hlusek 33125 Marshall Rd., Abbotsford, BC V2S 1K4 Phone: (604) 309-8325 Cell: (604) 309-8325 Fax: (604) 853-1958 E-mail: hlusekfarms@gmail.com

John Issler 256 Creighton Valley Road, Lumby BC V0E 2G1 Phone: (250) 547-0256 Cell: (250) 308-5096 Fax: (250) 547-0256 E-mail: jissler@xplornet.com

More Info Pg. 51

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26.

JLW Herefords

John Weibe 27717 Myrtle Ave., Abbotsford, BC V4X 1R4 Phone: (604) 856-1022 Cell: (604) 850-1614

Jo-Nicol Hereford Farm

Nick & Joyce Henderson 22629 - Zero Ave., RR #9, Langley, BC V2Z 2V7 Phone: (604) 534-9806

27.

Kensington Prairie Farm Ltd

28.

Kootenay Polled Herefords

29.

Little Fort Herefords

Jim Dales & Catherine Simpson 1736 – 248 Street, Langley, BC V4W 2C3 Phone: (604) 626-4395 Cell: (604) 328-6932 Fax: (604) 626-4394 E-mail: info@kpfarm.com More Info Pg. 18

Ed Conroy PO Box 3171, 1734 Shukin Road, Castlegar, BC V1N 3H5 Phone: (250) 365-3270 Cell: (250) 304-3347 Fax: (250) 365-6060 E-mail: kootenayph@gmail.com More Info IFC

Kym Jim PO Box 58, Little Fort, BC V0E 2C0 Phone: (403) 358-8935 Cell: (403) 358-8935 Fax: (403) 314-1435 E-mail: kym@kljpcorp.com

More Info OBC

30.

Lone Fir Ranch

Roland & Rosemary Beier PO Box 18, 21548 Becker Road, Fort Fraser, BC V0J 1N0 Phone: (250) 690-7527 Fax: (250) 690-7517 E-mail: lonefirranch@bcgroup.net More Info Pg. 59 Page 31


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Maurry Carlson

Maurry Carlson 2656 Glassford Rd., Quesnel, BC V2J 6K2 Phone: (250) 991-0626 Cell: (250) 255-5886 E-mail: carlsonbailey@gmail.com

McElroy Herefords

John McElroy PO Box 185, Charlie Lake, BC V0C 1H0 Phone: (250) 785-6074 Cell: (250) 261-3412 E-mail: jrmcelroy52@yahoo.ca

More Info Pg. 52

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34.

35.

36.

McLennan Creek Herefords

Nathan & Lindsay Reimer 4330 Ross Rd., Abbotsford, BC V4X 1Z5 Phone: (604) 856-1160 Cell: (604) 855-5805 E-mail: nathan.fwc@telus.net

Mons Creek Ranch

Joan Fisher PO Box 12, RR#1, Hanceville, BC V0L 1K0 Phone: (250) 394-7348 Cell: (250) 305-5385 E-mail: joanefisher1@gmail.com

Moresby Three Stars

Josef Botha PO Box 2595, Sidney, BC, V8L 4C1 Cell: (250) 813-3396 E-mail: moresbyisl@gmail.com

Morin Lawson Farm

More Info Pg. 25

Andre Morin & Miriam Lawson 95 Hollingsworth Rd., Cherryville, BC V0E 2G3 Phone: (250) 547-8744 Page 34


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38.

Morley Polled Herefords

Richard & Bonny Morley 2164 Rawlings Road, Quesnel, BC V2J 7E2 Phone: (250) 249-5346 Fax: (250) 249-5346 E-mail: brmorley@netbistro.com More Info Pg. 7

Murphy Ridge Farms

Henry Braun 3930 Murphy Street, Abbotsford, BC V2S 7V6 Phone: (604) 852-2729 Cell: (604) 302-0545 E-mail: hbraun@henrybraun.ca More Info Pg. 13

39.

Nordic Polled Herefords

40.

North Bluff Farms Inc

Harvey Halvorson PO Box 114, 41764 Peterson Rd., Brackendale, BC V0N 1H0 Phone: (604) 898-3072 Fax: (604) 898-9485 E-mail: hghalv@shaw.ca

Vic Redekop 25440-16th Ave., Aldergrove, BC V4W 2R7 Phone: (604) 856-7279 Cell: (604) 614-2277 E-mail: vrdkp@telus.net

More Info Pg. 15

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42.

Ogilvie Stock Ranch

Diane Hoffman & Kari Lynn Dundass PO Box 118, Knutsford, BC V0E 2A0 Phone: (250) 374-1185 Cell: (250) 318-3753 E-mail: ogilviestockranch@outlook.com

Outwest Ranches

More Info Pg. 20

Carol Sandhoff 2172 160th Street, Surrey, BC V3Z 9N6 Phone: (604) 531-4047 Cell: (604) 309-6649 E-mail: carsand@telus.net Page 35


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Peter Herefords

Greg Peter 2535 240th Street, Langley, BC V2Z 3A6 Cell: (604) 534-0543 Fax: (604) 835-7562 E-mail: gregpetr@telus.net

44.

Pine Butte Ranch

45.

Rafter Lazy J Ranch

Hugh McLuckie 3025 Foster Road, Cranbrook, BC V1C 7C8 Phone: (250) 427-3408 Cell: (250) 427-0859 Fax: (250) 427-3408 E-mail: pbrltd@telus.net More Info Pg. 53

46.

John & Judy Greenall 8516 Yellowhead Hwy, Heffley Creek, BC V0E 1Z2 Phone: (250) 578-8660 Cell: (250) 319-0738 E-mail: jgreenall@xplornet.com

Richardson Ranch

Don & Leslie Richardson PO Box 45, 39614 Hwy 16, Tlell, BC V0T 1Y0 Phone: (250) 557-4348 Cell: (250) 847-1244 Fax: (250) 557-4468 E-mail: don@richardsonranch.ca

More Info Pg. 41

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48.

Ringdal Farms

Stewart & Susan Ringdal 4484 Larkin Cross Road, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B6 Phone: (250)546-0362 Cell: (250) 308-8765 E-mail: sring@telus.net More Info Pg. 44

Rose Ranch

Ken Rose 25476 Keefes Landing Rd., Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E4 Phone: (250) 694-3500 Cell: (250) 692-0853 E-mail: krose@lakescom.net Page 36


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Silver T Ranch

Eric & Christine Harms PO Box 529, 8087 Maria Lane, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0 Phone: (604) 792-2652 E-mail: silvert@telus.net

Smith Farms

Clint Smith 34497 Sim Road, Abbotsford, BC V3G 1N2 Phone: (604) 820-0609 Cell: (604) 845-2124 E-mail: csmithherefords@gmail.com

More Info Pg. 44

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54.

South Alder Farms

Harvey Krause 2052 - 272 St., Aldergrove, BC V4W 2R1 Phone: (604) 856-6940 Fax: (604) 856-8337 E-mail: harvey@southalderfarms.com More Info Pg. 51

Sturgeon Point Farm

Jack Welch PO Box 1125, Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0 Phone: (250) 567-9337

Sunnybrae Farm

Neil Turner 6401 30th Ave SW, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 3J3 Phone: (250) 832-9149 E-mail: rychelleturner@outlook.com More Info Pg. 8

The Gattiker Farm

Peter Gattiker 14308 Bourgon Rd., Telkwa, BC V0J 2X2 Phone: (250) 846-5494 E-mail: gattiker@telus.net Page 37


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3-D-L Polled Herefords

56.

Tod Mountain Ranch

Daryl & Linda Kirton 30018 Townshipline Rd., Abbotsford, BC V4X 1Z4 Phone: (604) 856-5755 Cell: (604) 855-2287 Fax: (604) 856-5749 E-mail: 3-d-l@telus.net More Info Pg. 49

Dwaine & Barb Brooke 4125 Heffley-Louis Creek Rd., Heffley Creek, BC V0E 1Z1 Phone: (250) 578-8735 Fax: (250) 578-8735 E-mail: dwainebrooke@xplornet.ca More Info Pg. 44

57.

Vallee Creek Herefords

58.

Whisky Creek Ranch

Maxine Bell PO Box 1592, 4884 Summit Lake Rd. West, Houston, BC V0J 1Z0 Phone: (250) 845-2636

59.

Clint Walker PO Box 68, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 5X9 Phone: (867) 821-4005 Cell: (604) 819-0676 E-mail: clintwalker@northwestel.net

Woodley Range Herefords

Harry Schupe 13055 Code Road, Ladysmith, BC V9G 1H6 Phone: (250) 245-3348 Cell: (250) 669-0643 Fax: (250) 245-3348 E-mail: theshupes@telus.net

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Ph (250)567-4640 Martin & Sheila Solmonson Fax (250)567-4680 16402 Mapes Rd. rockin6sfarms@hotmail.com Vanderhoof, BC Cattle For Sale At The Farm V0J 3A1

THE (Total Herd Evaluation) is a complete-herd reporting system to evaluate performance traits. The THE All - Star recognizes breeders who fully comply with the THE mandate of complete and accurate reporting of performance data on their animals. Breeders will be recognized based on an All - Star scoring system 3 Star Breeders - report CE, BW, WW 4 Star Breeders - report CE, BW, WW plus one additional trait 5 Star Breeders - report CE, BW, WW, plus two additional traits. Additional traits include yearling weights, scrotal circumference, mature cow weights, BCS (body condition score) & ultrasound data

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Artificial Insemination and basic estrous synchronization To breed all cows by AI requires 21 days of heat detection to find all the cows in your herd

when they are in standing heat. Ideally, I like to breed just as the cow is going out of standing heat but if I am unable to observe the cows 3 or 4 times a day then I use the AM/PM rule, so if I discover a cow standing in the AM I will breed her in the PM whereas if I find a cow in standing heat in the evening I will breed her the following morning.

By simply using the following method of observe and breed for 5 days, then giving one injection of prostaglandin to those not bred we can reduce our heat detection to 10 days Day1  Observe and breed to standing heat for 5 days then inject a prostaglandin (PG) to all cows not bred  Observe and breed to standing heat for 5 more days By giving two estrumate injections we can reduce our heat detection time to five days Day 1 (Prostaglandin) Day 11(Repeat the PG) observe, breed to standing heat for 5 days

By using a combination of drugs we can eliminate heat detection entirely and simply use a timed AI program. Because heifers respond slightly different than mature cows we have two preferred protocols listed here. Check with your veterinarian to make sure you understand the requirements and doses required when you purchase the drugs needed for any of these four programs listed above. Drugs required from your Veterinarian Prostaglandins (PG) ; Estrumate, Lutalyse or Juramate Progesterone ; CIDR (control intravaginal drug release) Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH) ; Cystorelin, Factrel or Fertiline Don Richardson, DVM


The most westerly ranch in Canada

Don & Leslie — Bill & Jamie Box 10, Tlell, B.C. V0T 1Y0 Ph(250)557-4348 — Fax(250)557-4468 Email : don@richardsonranch.ca

Tlell 8R Tickle 22T

Tlell 199S Xplosive 18X

Tlell 6U Tanya 22X

Cattle for Sale at Vanderhoof All Breeds Bull Sale Williams Lake Bull Sale & Show Annual Online Sale every September

Tlell 23S Tanya 31U

Contact us for calving ease semen & exportable embryos Annual buyers draw to win a free trip to Haida Gwaii

Tlell 8N Ragamuffin 22R


Breeding Over 200 Purebred Horned Hereford Cows

* C 88T Extra Advance 13X * Herd bull battery also includes: * LPG Mario 38Z 10Y * ZZB 270U Red Dandy 33Y * * AGA 60W Banner Sport Zoom 20Z * AGA 87W Ziplock Hammer 71Z *

Bulls Selected For:

Feet * Testicles * Conformation * Temperament 32 km. West of Dawson Creek (Hwy 97 South) 1.2 km. North of Progress (255 Rd.)

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Visitors Always Welcome! For more information please contact: Bill Bentley Doug Bentley (250)843-7575 (250)843-7364

billbentley@pris.ca


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Clint & Laurie Smith Brad & Jake Ph: 604-820-0609 Cell: 604-845-2124

csmithherefords@gmail.com 4125 Heffley-Louis Creek Rd. Heffley Creek, BC V0E 1Z1 Phone: 250-578-8735 Fax: 250-578-8735 Email: dwainebrooke@xplornet.ca

Established: 1983

Our cow herd was developed using proven polled AI sires.

We aim to produce bulls that throw trouble~free and productive daughters in commercial herds. Bull calves and Yearling Bulls available on the Ranch

4484 Larkin Cross Rd. Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B6

Stewart & Sue Ringdal (250) 546-0362 sring@telus.net Current Herd Sire: Tlell 57U Zodiac 8Z

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Thompson Valley Hereford Breeders Breeding and Promoting Quality Herefords in the Thompson-Nicola, Okanagan & Shuswap

Bryder Herefords—Keith & Carrie Bostock 250-832-2779 Copper Creek Ranch—The Stevenson Family (Phil & Catherine Brown) 250-295-4099 Deanfield Ranch—Bob & Colleen Gowans 250-573-4088 Echo Valley Herefords Fred & Maureen Ziemer 250-547-6394 Finlay Farms—Albert & Dena Finlay 250-546-6223

Salmon Arm

Flack’s Hereford Farm—Cary & Ruth Flack

250-577-3779

Pritchard

Golden Horn Ranch– Cliff & KariAnn Pogany

250-428-5596

Creston

John & Judy Greenall

250-578-8660

Heffley Creek

Little Fort Herefords—The Jim Family

250-677-4372

Little Fort

Oglivie Stock Ranch— The Oglivie Family

250-374-1185

Knutsford

Ringdal Farms—Stuart & Sue Ringdal

250-546-0362

Armstrong

Silver Spur Ranch—The Trenholm Family

250-835-4463

Tappen

Sunnybrae Farm—Neil Turner 250-832-9149 Todd Mountain Ranch– Dwaine & Barb Brooke 250-578-8735

Joan Obrien, Secretary/Treas

Princeton Kamloops Lumby Armstrong

Salmon Arm Heffley Creek

Robert Gowans, President

Ph (250)835-0104

Ph (250)573-4088

joan462obrien@telus.net

deanfieldranch@yahoo.ca


Beef Cattle Vaccines : The following charts list those available for use in Canada as of December 2014. Please use this information to help develop a herd health program which fits your needs. Consult with your veterinarian to find the product most beneficial for your herd. Remember that these vaccines all have a withdrawal period before the animal may be slaughtered for human consumption and many should not be given to pregnant cattle. READ THE LABEL !

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Vaccines help prevent diseases when used correctly! Proper lasting immunization often requires a booster ! Many vaccines are live biologicals and all must be stored and handled as directed by the manufacturer in order to be effective. READ THE LABEL ! Page 47


Vaccines work best if given 2 weeks prior to the stress of trucking, weaning or even calving in the case of scour vaccines given to mother cows! READ THE LABEL ! Reprinted from 2014 Canadian Compendium of Veterinary Products Page 48


Selected for fertility, docility and performance using only the top genetics available

Ask us about our Domestic and Exportable Embryos for sale

Quality Polled Herefords Cattle for Sale at the Farm. Bulls consigned annually to Williams Lake Bull Sale.



Home Phone: 604-856-5755 Daryl’s Cell: 604-855-2287 Linda’s Cell: 604-309-1661 E-Mail: 3-d-l@telus.net

30018 Townshipline Rd. Abbotsford BC V4X 1Z4

Daryl & Linda Kirton

Three generations involved ! Registering Hereford Cattle for twenty-three years


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Registered Polled & Horned Herefords Commercial Herefords & Red Angus Cross Replacement Bulls & Heifers/Cows

100% Grass Fed

John & Jackie Issler

256 Creighton Valley Rd, Lumby, BC (250) 308-5096

jissler@xplornet.com

Polled Herefords

Bred for performance and calving ease using top genetics

View bulls at:

1870 Trans Canada Highway Cache Creek, B.C. Harvey Krause Jordan Krause

604-309-5161 info@southalderfarms.com 604-835-4866 jordan@southalderfarms.com Page 51


CATTLE FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

Herd Sire: DJPH 913U Wilgor Yogi Sire: Square-D Kingpin 913U Dam: DJPH 404R 29F Tessa 3T

5Y

Box 185, Charlie Lake, BC V0C 1H0 Phone: (250)785-6074 jrmcelroy@yahoo.ca Page 52


Pine Butte Ranch Cattle that work‌ for working ranches‌ since 1961 Breeding 285 head of Heritage Horned Herefords Disposition ~ Mobility Production ~ Soundness

Raised in a semi-arid country travelling big distances in large pastures.

Annual Production Sale ~ 3rd Saturday in February 1:00pm @ BC Livestock Co-op Kamloops, B.C.

~ Our Business is Bull Business ~

Ray Van Steinburg 250.421.1221

Ranch Phone 250.427.3408

Hugh McLuckie 250.427.0859

3025 Foster Road, Cranbrook, BC, V1C 7C8 ~ pbrltd@gmail.com


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How to Body Condition Score your Cows! Thin

1.0 - Severely emaciated; starving and weak; no palpable fat detectable over back, hips or ribs; tailhead and individual ribs prominently visible; all skeletal structures are visible and sharp to the touch; animals are usually disease stricken. 1.5 - Emaciated; similar to BCS 1, but not weakened; little visible muscle tissue; tailhead and ribs less prominent. 2.0 - Very thin; no fat over ribs or in brisket; backbone easily visible, slight increase in muscling over BCS 1.5.

Borderline

2.5 - Borderline; individual ribs noticeable but overall fat cover is lacking; increased musculature through shoulders and hindquarters; hips and backbone slightly rounded versus sharp appearance of BCS 2.

Optimum

3.0 - Moderate; increased fat cover over ribs, generally only the 12th and 13th ribs are individually distinguishable; tailhead full but not rounded 3.5 - Good; back, ribs, and tailhead slightly rounded and spongy when palpated; slight fat deposition in brisket.

Fat

4.0 - Fat; cow appears fleshy and carries fat over back, tailhead and brisket; ribs are not visible; area of vulva and external rectum contain moderate fat deposits; may have slight fat in udder 4.5 - Very fat; squared appearance due to excess fat over back, tailhead and hindquarters; extreme fat deposition in brisket and throughout ribs; excessive fat around vulva and rectum and within udder; mobility may be restricted. 5.0 - Obese; similar to BCS 4.5 but to a greater degree; majority of fat deposited in udder limits effective lactation.

4000 Hwy. 16 East, Houston, BC V0J 1Z2 mcmechan@telus.net

Bulls for sale annually at the Williams Lake Bull Show & Sale

Adrienne & Doug Dickson (250)845-8611 Herefords

Amanda McMechan (250)845-3179 Red Angus

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Doug & Mary McMechan (250)845-3330 Black Angus


Withdrawal Time Quick Reference Chart. Common Drugs used for Beef Cattle

Route of Withdrawal time application before slaughter

Anafen Injection

IM, IV

1d

Atravet / Acevet

IM, IV

7d

SC

36 d

Biomycin or Liquamycin

IM, SC

IM=28d SC=48d

Co-op backrubber conc.

topical

30 d

Dextomax pour-on

topical

55 d

SC

44 d

IM, SC

21 d

IM

2d

IM, SC

3d

IM

7d

Ivermectin Pour-on

topical

49 d

Lice pour-on

topical

1d

Epideral, SC

5d

IM, SC

IM=28d SC=48d

IM

2d

IV, SC

20 d

Micotil

SC

28 d

Nuflor

IM, SC

IM=36d SC=55d

IM, IV, SC

3d

IM, IV

18 d

Pen G

IM

10 d

Ralgro

Implant

0d

Resflor

SC

60 d

Sustain III Bollus

Oral

12 d

Triple Sulfa Bollus

Oral

10 d

Trivetrin

IM, IV

10d

Valbazen

Oral

27 d

Baytril 100

Draxxin Inj Dystosel Estrumate Excenel RTU

Fertiline

Lidocaine 2% with epi Liquamycin LA-200 Lutalyse Metacam 20

Oxytocin Oxyvet 100 / Oxytet 100 LP

Cattle Vaccines : most have a 21 day withdrawal. Some are longer! Check your labels! Ask your Veterinarian! Page 56

Reprinted from 2014 Compendium of Veterinary Products


:HVW&RDVW+HUHIRUG&OXE President: Greg Peter Secretary: Catherine Simpson Our Club hosts a Field Day in June and a Hereford MOE Show in September NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Name

Farm Name

Phone No.

E-Mail

Braun, Henry & Velma Dales, James & Simpson, Catherine Friesen, John & Margaret Gore, Murray

Murphy Ridge Farms Kensington Prairie Farm J Bar M Polled Herefords Kootney Polled Herefords

604-852-2729 604-626-4395 604-856-8522 604-951-2306

hvbraun@shaw.ca info@kpfarm.com jpfriesen@shaw.ca mgore1@telus.net

Henderson, Nick & Joyce Hlusek, Adam & Heidi Huestis, Patrick & Karen Kirton, Daryl & Linda Kissock, Molly Krause, Harvey Lewis, John Newby, Max & Gail Paul, Jeff & Debbie Peter, Greg & Sandie Power, Martin Redekop, Vic Reimer, Daryl Reimer, Nathan Sandhoff, Carol Smith, Clint Thomas, Karin

Jo-Nicol Farm Hlusek Farm Polled Herefords Coppertone Farms Ltd. 3-D-L Farm Lifetime Member South Alder Farms Courtenay Herefords Brabeth Farm Oakridge Farms Peter Herefords Power Herefords North Bluff Farms Inc. West Ridge Farms McLennon Creek Herefords Outwest Ranches Smith Farms Ripington Farm

604-534-9806 604-853-1958 604-852-4745 604-856-5755 604-856-6542 604-856-6940 250-334-3252 604-858-4913 604-856-6381 604-835-7562 604-856-8412 604-614-2277 604-870-3564 604-856-1160 604-531-4047 604-996-7571 604-465-7500

n/a hlusekfarms@gmail.com coppertonefarms@shaw.ca 3-d-l@telus.net n/a harvey@southalderfarms.com Johnnymlewis@hotmail.com brabeth@telus.net friday5pm@shaw.ca gregpetr@telus.net mail4martin@shaw.ca vredekop@direct.ca darylreimer@shaw.ca nathan.fwc@telus.net carsand@telus.net csmithherefords@gmail.com Karinsgthomas@hotmail.com


GESTATION TABLE FOR CATTLE (285 days)

Date of

Date of

Date of

Date of

Service

Birth

Service

Birth

Jan

1

Oct 12 July

2

Apr 12

Jan

8

Oct 19 July

9

Apr 19

Jan 15 Oct 26 July 16 Apr 26

Jan 22 Nov 2

July 23 May 3

Jan 29 Nov 9

July 30 May 10

Feb

5 Nov 16 Aug 6 May 17

Feb 12 Nov 23 Aug 13 May 24 Feb 19 Nov 30 Aug 20 May 31 Feb 26 Dec Mar

5

7

Aug 27 June 7

Dec 14 Sept 3 June 14

Mar 12 Dec 21 Sept 10 June 21

With over 25 years of strict selection we proudly offer for sale 2 year old Bulls like these guys. They are thick, long, have excellent feet, are easy calving and very quiet. Bulls bred to work and last on rough pastures. Performance Records available.

Our Current Herd Sires are:

Remitall Stormy 319S (Patriot son) Remitall-West Messier 75Z (Constructor son) Remitall-West Moscow 73A (Wonder son)

Mar 19 Dec 28 Sept 17 June 28 Mar 26 Jan

4

Sept 24 July 5

Apr

2

Jan 11 Oct

1

July 12

Apr

9

Jan 18 Oct

8

July 19

Apr 16 Jan 25 Oct 15 July 26

Apr 23 Feb

1

Oct 22 Aug 2

Apr 30 Feb

8

Oct 29 Aug 9

May 7

Feb 15 Nov 5 Aug 16

May 14 Feb 22 Nov 12 Aug 23

May 21 Mar 1

Nov 19 Aug 30

May 28 Mar 8

Nov 26 Sept 6

June 4

Mar 15 Dec

3 Sept 13

June 11 Mar 22 Dec 10 Sept 20 June 18 Mar 29 Dec 17 Sept 27 June 25 Apr

5

Dec 24 Oct

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We also sell heifers bred to low birth wt. Red Angus bulls. Our females are selected for good feet, udders, fertility, longevity, calving ease and great dispositions - all on a moderate frame!

Roland & Rosemary Beier

Box 18, Fort Fraser BC V0J 1N0 90 miles west of Prince George Tel: 250-690-7527 Fax: 250-690-7517 e-mail: lonefirranch@bcgroup.net


2014 BC HEREFORD ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP PHONE LIST

Member Name

Farm Name

ARDILL, RENEE ARDILL'S RANCH LTD BEIER, ROLAND & ROSEMARY LONE FIR RANCH BELL, MAXINE VALLEE CREEK HEREFORDS

Town/City

Phone

FORT ST JOHN (250) 262-3230 FORT FRASER (250) 690-7527 HOUSTON (250) 845-2636

BENSON, RONALD & MOIRA BENSON FARM NANAIMO BENTLEY, BILL & DOUG BENWYN FARM LTD PROGRESS BOSTOCK, KEITH & CARRIE BRY-BER HEREFORDS SALMON ARM BOTHA, JOSEF MORESBY THREE STARS SIDNEY BRAUN, HENRY & VELMA MURPHY RIDGE FARMS ABBOTSFORD BRIGDEN, ELSIE & ALLAN BRIGDEN RANCH QUESNEL BROOKE, D F & B M TOD MOUNTAIN RANCH HEFFLEY CREEK BROWN, CAYLYNNE CAYLEY CATTLE CO PRINCETON BROWN, PHIL COPPER CREEK RANCH PRINCETON CARLSON, MAURRY SCHAAD, WAYNE & MARY QUESNEL CONROY, ED NORNS CREEK FARMS CASTLEGAR CUNNINGHAM, BRIAN & SUE CHURCH HILL FARM SALT SPRING DALES, JAMES KENNSINGTON PRAIRIE FARM ALDERGROVE DICKSON, ADRIENNE C-JAY HEREFORDS HOUSTON DUNDASS, KARI LYNN OGILVIE STOCK RANCH KNUTSFORD ENSIGN, CAMERON BRUCE ENSIGN FAMILY FARM KELOWNA FALLIS, HUGH M LIFE MEMBER KAMLOOPS FISHER, JOAN MONS CREEK RANCH HANCEVILLE FLACK, CARY & RUTH FLACK`S HEREFORD FARM PRITCHARD GATTIKER, PETER & ANNEKE THE GATTIKER FARM TELKWA GAVAGA, QUINN CHARLES RANCH CACHE CREEK GORE, MURRAY KOOTENAY POLLED HEREFORDS SURREY GOWANS, JORDAN DEANFIELD RANCH KAMLOOPS GOWANS, ROBERT & COLLEEN DEANFIELD RANCH KAMLOOPS GREENALL, JOHN & JUDY RAFTER LAZY J RANCH HEFFLEY CREEK HALVORSON, HARVEY NORDIC POLLED HEREFORDS BRACKENDALE HARMS, ERIC & CHRISTINE SILVER T RANCH AGASSIZ HENDERSON, NICK & JOYCE JO-NICOL HEREFORD FARM LANGLEY HLUSEK, ADAM & HEIDI HLUSEK FARMS ABBOTSFORD HOFFMAN, BRYAN W OGILVIE STOCK RANCH KNUTSFORD HOFFMAN, DIANE OGILVIE STOCK RANCH KNUTSFORD HUESTIS, PATRICK & KAREN COPPERTONE FARMS LTD ABBOTSFORD ISSLER, JOHN J-JAC HEREFORDS LUMBY JIM, KYM JBLC HOLDING INC RED DEER AB KIRTON, DARYL 3-D-L FARM ABBOTSFORD KRAUSE, HARVEY SOUTH ALDER FARMS ALDERGROVE

(250) 722-2144 (250) 843-7575 (250) 832-2779 (250) 813-3396 (604) 852-2729 (250) 747-2320 (250) 578-8735 (250) 295-0404 (250) 295-4099 (250) 991-0626 (250) 365-3270 (250) 537-2118 (604) 626-4395 (250) 845-8611 (250) 374-6151 (250) 769-4765 (250) 375-2200 (250) 394-7348 (250) 577-3779 (250) 846-5494 (250) 457-3106 (604) 671-9141 (250) 819-2714 (250) 573-4088 (250) 578-8660 (604) 898-3072 (604) 796-2652 (604) 534-9806 (604) 853-1958 (250) 374-1185 (250) 374-1185 (604) 852-4745 (250) 547-0256 (403) 314-1435 (604) 856-5755 (604) 856-6940


KUHN, PAT LEWIS, JOHN MC ELROY, JOHN & DOROTHY

CAPRICORN ACRES COURTENAY HEREFORDS MC ELROY HEREFORDS

ENDERBY COURTENAY CHARLIE LAKE

(250) 550-6287 (250) 334-3252 (250) 785-6074

MC LUCKIE, HUGH MORIN, ANDRE & M. LAWSON

PINE BUTTE RANCH MORIN LAWSON FARM

CRANBROOK LUMBY

(250) 427-3408 (250) 547-8744

MORLEY, BONNY & RICHARD

MORLEY POLLED HEREFORDS

QUESNEL

(250) 249-5346

CHAR SPRINGS BRABETH FARM OGILVIE STOCK RANCH OAKRIDGE FARMS

CHILLIWACK WILLIAMS LAKE CHILLIWACK KNUTSFORD ALDERGROVE

(604) 819-9494 (250) 392-6784 (604) 858-4913 (250) 374-6563 (604) 856-6381

PETER, GREG PETER HEREFORDS POGANY, CLIFFORD & KARI-ANN GOLDEN HORN RANCH POPOFF, GERRY PUGH, CODY 5-STAR HEREFORDS

LANGLEY CRESTON ARMSTRONG CECIL LAKE

(604) 514-5949 (250) 428-5696 (250) 546-3646 (250) 264-8106

REDEKOP, VIC & JUDY

NORTH BLUFF FARMS INC

ALDERGROVE

(604) 856-7279

REIMER, DARYL & ED REIMER, NATHAN RICHARDSON, DON & LESLIE RINGDAL, STEWART & SUSAN ROSE, KEN & CATHY SHANE RUDDICK, RONALD & JILL

WEST RIDGE FARMS MCLENNAN CREEK HEREFORDS RICHARDSON RANCH RINGDAL FARMS SOUTHSIDE HEREFORDS RUDDICK FAMILY FARM

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD TLELL ARMSTRONG BURNS LAKE MISSION

(604) 870-3564 (604) 856-1160 (250) 557-4348 (250) 546-0362 (250) 694-3500 (604) 820-3262

SANDHOFF, CAROL SCHAAD, TOM & SUSAN SCHAAD, WAYNE & MARY SHUPE, HARRY & BERYL SMITH, BRIAN & DANA SMITHARD, STAN & SHIRLEY

SAPPHIRE CONNECTION TSS HEREFORDS CEDAR MEADOW RANCH WOODLEY RANGE HEREFORDS HILLTOP HONEY RANCH

SURREY (604) 531-4047 MERVILLE (250) 337-2191 BLACK CREEK (250) 337-5784 LADYSMITH (250) 245-3348 POUCE COUPE (250) 786-5232 SUNSET PRAIRIE (250) 843-7222

MOSEANKO, LOLEA MULVAHILL, W & B J SCHALLES NEWBY, MAX & GAIL OGILVIE, PAMELA J PAUL, JEFF & DEBBIE

SOLMONSON, MARTIN & SHEILA BIRCH HILL HEREFORDS

VANDERHOOF (250) 567-4640

SPRINGFORD, COLIN STAFFORD, BILL, ROSS & JAMES STEVENSON, KEN SYME, ALAN

SPRINGFORD FARM CHIMNEY CREEK HEREFORDS STEVENSON HEREFORDS LIFE MEMBER

NANOOSE BAY WILLIAMS LAKE COURTENAY KAMLOOPS

TAPP, TREVOR & JANICE TURNER, NEIL

COPPER-T RANCH SUNNYBRAE FARM

FRASER LAKE (250) 699-6466 SALMON ARM (250) 832-9149

VAN STEINBURG, RAY WALKER, CLINT

PINE BUTTE RANCH WHISKEY CREEK RANCH

CRANBROOK (250) 427-3408 VANDERHOOF (867) 821-4005

WATKINSON, BARBARA WELCH, JACK & NELL WIEBE, J L ZIEMER, FRED & MAUREEN

FOSTER BAR RANCH STURGEON POINT FARM JLW HEREFORDS ECHO VALLEY FARM

LILLOOET VANDERHOOF ABBOTSFORD LUMBY

(250) 468-7510 (250) 392-6692 (250) 334-3848 (250) 373-0197

(250) 256-7364 (250) 567-9337 (604) 856-1022 (250) 547-6394


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Owners - The Stevenson Family Ranch Phone: (250) 295-4099 Ranch Fax: (250) 295-4079 P.O. Box 817 Princeton, British Columbia V0X 1W0 Email: coppercreek@xplornet.ca

These kind of Hereford females are the foundation of the growing Copper Creek Ranch herd. We are located in the southern interior of British Columbia in oldtime ranching country. Cows graze on mountain pastures in semi-arid conditions. On this operation, we balance powerful purebred females and bulls and worldwide markets, with commercial herd operations and these herds are managed together, in the same environment. We ask a lot of our cows. Our breeding program uses common sense coupled with the best tools in the industry to breed functional cattle with performance, “do-ability” and longevity. Calving Ease is a priority. So are good feet and udders.

Copper Creek Ranch proudly supports Canadian Junior Hereford Association programs

Managers Phil & Catherine Brown Phil’s Cell: (250) 293-6857 Catherine’s Cell: (250) 293-6858 Bob Proulx Kevin Clements Shawn Galloway

Bulls for sale at the Ranch Visits and herd tours are always welcomed

Phil & Catherine Brown


Marie, Kam & Pam Jim Little Fort, B.C. V0E 2C0 Phone (250) 674-1516 Fax (250) 677-4474

The Jim Family

Horned and Polled Herefords Located 90 km North of Kamloops on Hwy 5

Kee & Camille Jim (403) 995-3580 Kym Jim (403) 358-8935 Kyn & Melissa Jim (780) 897-7079

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