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OHIO Angus AssOcIAtIOn 2013 Directory & HanDbook

Putting the Pieces Together...

“Claylick Run Production Sale” SatuRDay • OCtOBeR 19th, 2013

Claylick Run Angus Genetics

David, Dawn, Keri and Kacey Felumlee 11970 Cross Rd. • Newark, Ohio 43056 (H) 740.763.4616 • (C) 740.404.3594 (B) 740.763.0026 Chris Davis, Herdsman (C) 740.637.8427


FEATURING: 28 Bred Cows w/Calves ! 0 L 3 L 1 17 Bred Cows PR SHO SE ies S OS W U anc ryos 32 Bred Heifers G PE AN Pregn Emb CT • S! • s n 5 Fall 2012 Open Heifers r no eme o •S •D 3 2-Yr. Old Bulls 10 Pregnancies 2013 Spring Heifer & Bull Calves

A.I. SIRES: Upward 307R

G A R Progress

Upshot 0562B

Final Answer

New Design 5050



Confidence 0100

Rito 9M25

Meadow Lane angus

Sale Managed By:

RegisteRed angus CattLe teRRy & BeCky HowLand 12494 FRiendsviLLe Rd. BuRBank, oH 44214 (330)-635-1621

131 Robin Ct. • Howell, MI 48855 517-546-6374 Sale/Herd Consultant: Henry Bergfeld Auctioneer: Ron Kreis American Angus Rep: Chuck Grove


A select high-quality herd, based on the Maternal, Reproductive & Carcass values of the Angus breed!

Sydgen ph verdict s/c

DOB: 1/13/11 • Reg# 17000802 • Mandate’s “Best Son”, out of Summitcrest Complete’s Dam! • Owned in Partnership with SydGen Angus, MO • Semen Available BW +2.0

WW +67

YW MILK +118 +32

CW +37

MRB REA +.51 +.59

FAT $W $F $G $B +.006 +33.37 +59.52 +32.76 +83.79

= Top 10% Breed

Our latest additions, two of Completes best daughters...

44 PH BlackcaP EmPrEss 1691 DOB: 9/16/11 • Reg# +16994426

rita 1c38 of 7m68 comPlEtE DOB: 9/22/11 • Reg# +17172788

Henry Bergfeld Managing Partner 33009 Yellow Creek Rd. Summitville, OH 43962 330.223.1872

John Bergfeld Partner 38100 Jackson Rd. Moreland Hills, OH 44022 216.445.4836



Membership Directory & Handbook

The Ohio Angus Association Membership Directory & Handbook is published by:

Ohio Angus Association Dan Wells, Secretary/Fieldman 625 Cattail Rd. • Chillicothe, OH 45601 Phone: 740-779-9584 • Cell: 740-505-3843 Website: • Email: Ohio Angus District Association Info..................................................56-60 Constitution & By-Laws of the Ohio Angus Association.........................62-64 President’s Message........................................................................65 Message from Jim Rentz - American Angus Board Member................... 70 Ohio Angus Association Officers........................................................67 Ohio Angus Association Board of Directors.........................................66-67 Ohio Angus Association Committees..................................................73 Secretary’s Corner...........................................................................71 Ohio Angus Auxiliary.......................................................................76-77 Ohio Junior Angus Association..........................................................80 Ohio Angus Field Day...................................................................... 74 Ohio Angus Association Annual Meeting & Banquet..............................74 Distinguished Service Award............................................................ 75 2013 Miss Ohio Angus.....................................................................76 Silver Show Award Winners..............................................................81-82 Membership Applications..................................................................117-121 Ohio Angus Association Media Kit..................................................... 123 Ohio Angus Association Calendar of Events........................................ 61 Index of Advertisers........................................................................132 Breeder Resources..........................................................................124-131

2013 Directory & Handbook Cover Photo Contest Winner: Jana Mussard, Mt. Vernon, OH 3



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Bankey Registered Angus Farm

Putting Profits on the Table Angus Cattle • Freezer Beef • 4-H Boer Goats Visitors Always Welcome Many thanks to the following herds for their genetics: LEB Show Cattle: Turkey Run Blackcap Z043 & Wells Livestock: WL 872 8009 Eisa Erica 0114

Bankey’s RegisteRed angus FaRm derek & Jennifer trinity, Hayley, kylee, & Landon Bankey 7411 Milton Rd. • Custar, OH 43511 Derek’s Cell: 419-308-8627 Thank you to all of our customers - past, present and future! 6


Offering by private treaty the influence and direct progeny of these proven Angus greats

Also Featuring

Mytty In Focus

Reg#: +13880818 BW: -1.3 WW: +53 YW: +98 Milk: +26 Marb: +.76 RE: +.04 $W: +47.14 $B: +62.67

A.I. Sires Connealy Bullseye 1116 Reg#: 14845112 ALC Big Eye D09N Reg#: 14560689

Connealy Confidence 0100

Reg#: 16761479 BW: -2.6 WW: +45 YW: +94 Milk: +32 Marb: +.76 RE: +1.10 $W: +32.60 $B: +85.95

Natural Service Sires: Connealy Thunder 596B Reg#: 16244451 CVAF Warpath 0102 Reg#: 16746702

Coleman Regis 904

Kesslers Frontman R001

Reg#: 16364794 BW: -1.5 WW: +56 YW: +96 Milk: +37 Marb: +.40 RE: +.74 $W: +39.86 $B: +71.34

Reg#: 15180461 BW: -.2 WW: +51 YW: +88 Milk: +33 Marb: +.21 RE: +.66 $W: +32.69 $B: +66.81

Low Birthweight cattle with exceptional carcass merit, efficiency of maintenance and superior mothering ability. Rod & Laurie Ferguson - Owners Cell: 330-697-7537 Home: 330-927-0326 9927 Easton Rd. Rittman, OH 44270

Scott Lehman - Herdsman Cell: 330-621-1510 Matt Brown - Asst. Herdsman Cell: 330-383-1516 4936 Fulton Rd. Smithville, OH 44677

“Breeding animals for sale at all times� 8

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Maplecrest Rita 2026 was the top selling female in our 2012 production sale. She was purchased by French River Cattle Co., Noelville, ON, Canada.

If we can be of any assistance as you consider adding industry relevant genetics to your operation, give us a call!

Our goals, at Maplecrest Farms, are perfectly illustrated in this dynamic young female. Phenotypically flawless with performance and inherit genetics enabling her and her progeny to compete with the very best in the Angus breed. The better news is the fact this young female isn’t an exception. She’s one of many females and bulls proving our program is industry relevant and market wise.

John, Joanie, Lindsey & Lauren Grimes 2594 State Route 73 • Hillsboro, OH 45133 • (937) 764-1198 John’s Cell: (937) 763-6000 • Fax: (937) 764-1617 • Ben Wheeler: (606) 301-1961 • Scott Winkle: (937) 681-1550


Selling 100+ Angus & Sim-Angus Females

Featuring Generations of Show Winners!

Paradise Belle 144

Paradise Lady 206

• Bred-and-Owned Junior Champion heifer at the 2012 Ohio Angus Junior Preview Show • Champion Bred & Owned heifer at 2012 Eastern Ohio Jr. District Show

• Reserve Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female 2012 Ohio State Fair Jr. Show

Caroline Winter

• 2012 Ohio Angus Jr. Silver Show Award Winner.

- Thank You to all of our past buyers! - Watch for our consignments this fall to the Eastern Ohio Angus and Rocking P Farm sales!

e s i d a r a P Cattle Co.

Paradise Cattle Company Jim, Sharon, Christina & Caroline Winter 5839 Ashville - Fairfield Rd. • Ashville, OH 43103 Ph: 740-983-2755 Herd Certified & Accredited & Johne’s Testing



(419) 552-0169


ahler arms

Graytown, OH

(419) 350-2091

Something to be Proud of...

Majors Patsy 122S

Our featured donor, Patsy 122S, is developing quite a track record: Majors First Street 68U

AAA#15375646 • •

Top 10% WW, YW, and $F Top 20% $B Horizon 001

Majors Patsy 58V

AAA#16255762 • • • •

Gahler Patsy 0299

AAA#11435659 • • • •

Patsy 122’s natural calf Champion bull, 2009 Ohio State Fair Our $8000 valued selection in the Dispersal Front Street 330S

High selling female - 2012 Best of Both High selling female - 2012 Worlds Sale, sold to Kevin Hinds Top 3% of breed for WW(+64), YW(+107), and $F (+46.84) Champion Intermediate female, 2010 Ohio State Fair 122’s 1st natural heifer calf, sired by Majors Fahrenheit

AAA#17426804 •

Watch for future Patsy 122S progeny in the Best of Both Worlds Sale in November and in a winners circle near you!

• • •

122’s 1st ET heifer Garrets Nationwide Sold at 2013 Ohio Beef Expo Star of our 2012 ET heifer crop Future Champion???

Contact us today for all your hay and straw needs • •

Beef, horse and dairy hay Small & large 3x3x7 squares

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Straw, corn fodder, and alternative forages Custom large square baling

Bulls, females, and embryos for sale at the farm

Al & Susie Gahler 641 N. Elliston-Trowbridge Rd. Graytown, OH 43432 419-350-2091


Brice & Amber Gahler 1618 N. Elliston-Trowbridge Rd. Graytown, OH 43432 419-552-0169

Proven Performance...

Raines Donna 609 Reg# +17277651

C R A Bextor x Rito 1I1 BW +2.3

WW +60

YW +108

Milk +29

Marb +.73

REA +.55

$B +81.62

visitoRs always wElcomE cattle for sale at all times!

B/R Pride 47 Reg# 14671784

B/R Ambush 28 x New Design 036 BW -.3

WW +45

YW +81

Milk +17

Marb +1.03

REA +.39

$B +82.37

Raines Farms

Todd, Pat & Greg Raines 2667 Nichols Ridge Rd. Seaman, OH 54679 Farm: 937-386-2031 Home: 937-386-2627 Todd’s Cell: 937-217-0499 Email:

Empress 127, the dam of Empress 9124.

44 Blackcap Empress 9124 Reg# +16508717

Rito 1I2 x B/R Destination 727 BW +3.2


WW +60

YW +106

Milk +21

Marb +1.33

REA +.27

$B +99.93

Highland Farms, Ltd. Granville - Frazeysburg, OH

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Highland Farms Prime Time “A show cattle sire with performance”

Dameron First Class x SCC Echo Dell Nellie 6005 Actual 205 Day Wght: 982# • Actual 365 Day Wght: 1555#

Huge Feet, Stout Bone, Massive Volume, Muscular and Sound with STYLE!

Elite Angus Genetics - 2013 & 2014 matings include Prime Time, MCATL By Product, Perfection, Brilliance & Saugahatchee! CONGRATULATIONS Daniel McFarland with

SCC Highland Farms Lady 162 Class Winner 2013 NWSS & 2012 Eastern Reg. Jr. Angus

Wes Untied & Family

(740) 587-2940 evenings 16

Turkey Run Angus Farm

Thank you to all the supporters of our production sale! Mark your calendars for our next

Turn Out to Grass Sal e Sale First Saturday in April Saturday, April 6, 2013 Saturday, April 5, 2014

7 pm, Union Stockyards, Hillsboro Call or e-mail us for a sale catalog or visit

Bred Cows and Heifers Cow-Calf Pairs

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LARRY COTTON Cell: 517-294-0777 Off: 517-546-6374

RYAN COTTON Cell: 706-206-8361

JERRY CRENSHAW Cell: 703-244-4767 Fax: 540-635-6044

mikE GOTHARD Cell: 540-894-1055 Off: 804-740-5958 Fax: 804-740-4615

ZACk HilEmAN Cell: 540-460-2776 Hm/Fax: 540-348-6960

Phone: 517-546-6374 • Fax: 517-548-9344 131 Robin Ct. • Howell, Mi 48855


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In 1960 George and Roy Wallace bought their first Angus heifers, in 1962 they became members on the American Angus Association. Cows have come and gone and cattle types have made many changes but we strive to maintain a cow herd that is structurally sound, good mothers, and produce offspring that hang up quality carcasses.


George Wallace April 15, 1937 - January 4, 2013

Conception to Consumption As Green Maples Farms LLC moves into the 2nd generation, we will continue to build on the foundation that we have and strive to improve it. The acquisition of new cow families in combination with the quality cow families that have been developed over the years, gives us the opportunity to continue to improve.

Foundation Females Cow families are the basis for every herd. Evergreen -- By far our most dominate and productive cow family Jessie -- From one of the original heifers that started the herd. Blossom and Georgina -- Two of the newest cow families.

Breeding Stock available Private Treaty.

“One of the many proven Evergreen dams�

GREEN MAPLES FARMS LLC Roma Wallace 419-986-5290

3918 County Rd. 13, Burgoon, OH Sandra Wallace Samantha 419-986-5059


Bill & Cheri Wallace Nicole & Nathan 419-556-5047

Burgett Angus Farm We have 250 head of Black and Red Angus cattle. Our cows are managed like a commercial herd. The cows are of moderate frame, good udders, and good feet and legs. The herd is tested negative for Johne’s and Leukosis, and free of genetic defects AM, NH, CA, and OS.

Burgett Angus Annual Bull Sale Saturday • April 6th, 2013 • At the farm • Noon Black Sires Used

Red Sires Used

GDAR Game Day 449 Rito 6EM6 of 4L3 Emblazon Connealy Thunder HA Program 5652 Mohen Brush Popper 295 Shamrock Vale New Day 0022 BAF Predestined U043

SL Norseman King 2291 Beckton Cody T085 K2 BAF Trendsetter W043 Beckton Nebula M045

Phillip, Keith, and Bryan Burgett 1246 Antigua Road SW Carrollton, Ohio 44615 Telephone (330) 627-5414 • Fax (330) 627-6314 Bryan’s Cell (330) 771-0482 • 22


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Dameron Angus Farm, Lexington, Ill., won breeders’ best six head at the 2013 National Western Stock Show Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show

Fall Show Heifer Sale

Saturday, November 30 at the farm

GARY DAMERON & FAMILY Dameron Northern Miss 2122 • Full Sibling to Dameron First Class

• Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion 2013

National Wester Stock Show

• Reserve Supreme Female 2013 Illinois

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Lexington, Illinois • 309.365.8288 mobile: 309.261.2191 Jeff Dameron: 309.532.2000 Cody Bock: 309.360.1209


L&L Dark Horse L791 • Reserve Champion Bull Ohio Jr. Angus Preview • Reserve Champion Eastern Ohio Jr. Angus Show • Champion Bull at Muskingum, Noble and Morgan Fairs

More than 50 Years of Angus Cattle Deitrick Farms

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Charles R. Deitrick & Family 3920 Wayne Ridge Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701 740.674.6421

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There is a difference... It starts with Quality!

Calved 3/15/2009

Reg # 16386321



• Reporter sired the top selling female in the 2011 Ohio Angus Association Fall Female Sale at $4,100. • Reporter ranks in the top 2% for $B Value at +84.05 • Semen Available

Creek Side Tiffany HA 140 Reg#: 17122606

• A November 2011 daughter of Grid Maker from the noted Ruby of Tiffany family. • This female is the result of our belief that great female families make the difference.

Jim & Judy Rentz

1005 W. Vine St. Coldwater, OH 45828 (419) 678-2779 (937) 477-5347 cell Historical Herd - Quality Angus Since 1952 E-mail:


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THE HOME OF PROVEN PERFORMANCE SIRES! BOYD SIGNATURE 1014 One of the most intriguing bulls in the breed today is this complete outcross who is a genomic sensation with flawless phenotype. Sired by Kesslers Frontman R001 from a Boyd Next Day 6010 dam who is from the Erica Dianna family! +8 MB






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Hello Past, Present and Future Angus Friends!

Give us a call, e-mail or visit sometime. We’d be honored to talk about and show you our operation. Only 15 minutes from the Ohio/PA line! A family operation continuously breeding Angus for 99 years.

ead Angu h e t i Wh Angus since 1936 s

Farm Established 1837 The foundation donor of our E.T. program.

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Building on breed leading cow families and herd sires Dr. Philip and Judy Howell 765-584-4951

Recipients of the 2011 Southern Indiana Angus Dickie Isaacs Memorial Breeder of the year Award. Thank you for the support of the Ohio Angus delegates at the 2012 Annual Meeting at Louisville in the election of Philip A. Howell to the Board of the American Angus Association.

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EASTERN OHIO ANGUS ASSOCIATION EOAA ANNUAL EVENTS Annual Spring Sale - April 6, 2013 Annual Fall Sale - October 26, 2013 To consign, contact Sale Manager: Dan Wells, Ohio Angus Sec./Fieldman 740-505-3843 • 625 Cattail Rd. • Chillicothe, OH 45601 Chip Enos Scott Hill

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1st Saturday in June Muskingum County Fairgrounds * Zanesville, Ohio Show to begin at 10:00 Annual Banquet/Meeting in November

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Ohio Beef Expo, Columbus, OH Ohio Auxiliary Scholarship Application Deadline Strayer Angus Bull & Female Sale, Zanesville, OH Eastern Ohio Angus Spring Sale, Zanesville, OH Burgett Angus Annual Bull Sale, Carrollton, OH Turkey Run Angus Production Sale, Hillsboro, OH Ohio Cattleman’s Seedstock Improvement Sale, Hillsboro, OH Champion Hill Spring Production Sale, Bidwell, OH Entry Deadline Atlantic National Angus Show Ownership Deadline Eastern Regional Jr. Show Ownership Deadline National Jr. Angus Show Entry Deadline Ohio Angus Preview Atlantic National Angus Show, Timonium, MD Eastern Ohio District Jr. Angus Show, Zanesville, OH Ohio Angus Preview Show, Zanesville, OH Eastern Regional Jr. Angus Show, Harrisonburg, VA National Jr. Angus Show, Kansas City, MO North Central District Show, Bucyrus, OH Black Swamp District Show, Tiffin, OH Heart of Ohio District Show, Mt. Vernon, OH Ohio State Fair Angus Shows, Columbus, OH LEAD Conference, Louisiana West Central Ohio Angus District Show & Picnic, Lima, OH Entry Deadline Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale Ohio Farm Science Review, London, OH Maplecrest Farms Production Sale, Hillsboro, OH Claylick Run & Guests Production Sale, Newark, OH Meadow Lane Angus Dispersal Sale, Burbank, OH Champion Hill Fall Production Sale, Bidwell, OH Eastern Ohio Angus Fall Sale, Zanesville, OH American Angus Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY NAILE Angus Shows, Louisville, KY Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale, Newark, OH

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SEC. 1 This Association shall be known as the Ohio Angus Association.


SEC. 1 The object of this Association shall be; to encourage and extend the influence of Aberdeen-Angus cattle; to promote the interests of its membership by creating better trade opportunities, and so far as possible, cooperate to their general advantage and profit; to promote closer relations between membership and to stimulate greater activity among them. SEC. 2 To arrange for State Sponsored Shows and/or Sales when conditions are favorable and a majority of the members desire such show and sale to be held, to which state members may enter or consign their stock. The president shall appoint a sale committee, approved by the board of directors, and it shall be the duty of said committee to assist in the arrangements of the sales. This committee or the sale manager shall have full power to reject any animal offered for consignment, if said animal would not bring credit to the organization. The president shall also appoint a show committee, approved by the board of directors, and it shall be the duty of said committee to assist in the arrangement of the shows. Upon the recommendation of the show committee and/or the sale committee, the board of directors shall decide on an individual basis at which events out-of-state consignors/breeders may participate. SEC. 3 To arrange for exhibits at local and other Fairs as may be desired by the members, and, where necessary, make selections of individuals from several herds in order that the group exhibited may represent the best herds in the state. SEC. 4 To promote and publish a breed directory and other publications that may be decided upon by the board of Directors; to sell advertising in said publications to breeders within the states; to sell advertising to people or concerns other than breeders of Angus Cattle, provided such advertising is ethical and does not bring discredit to the Association. The power of Management of said publications shall be vested in the Board of Directors. SEC. 5 To employ a Sale Manager who shall devote time to the promotion of the Association as shall be specified and fixed by the Board of Directors from time to time. SEC. 6 To work with, and for the promotion of Breeder Activities in all County and Regional Associations. To aid and assist all county or Regional Association Officers, Directors and Sale Managers in promotion of their various activities.


SEC. 1 Any breeder of Angus cattle, or anyone interested in Angus cattle in Ohio, may become a member of the Association by sending his name and address to the Secretary together with a yearly payment of annual dues payable on or before the Annual Meeting of said state Association. Annual dues are to be established by the Association board of directors at a regular meeting of said board, for the following year, at a date no later than November of the preceding year. Association members are to be notified of said dues via regular Association media and communications. SEC. 2 Honorary Members. Any person who has distinguished himself in the field of animal husbandry and is interested in the improvement of Aberdeen Angus cattle, may upon the affirmative vote of a majority of the Board of Directors, be made an honorary member without payment of dues. SEC. 3 Any breeder of Angus cattle who is or has been a member of the Association may be declared a non-member of the Association for just cause by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors present. Any breeder of Angus cattle who is at any time declared a non-member is automatically and immediately barred from any and all activities of the Ohio Angus Association. The dispelled member so declared shall have the right to appeal to any succeeding meeting of the Board of Directors.

ARTICLE IV: Officers & Directors

SEC:1 The Directorate of the Ohio Angus Association shall consist of not less than eight Directorsat-large and one representative Director from each recognized active County or Regional Association and one Director from the State Junior Association. At the last regular


meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ohio Angus Association prior to the annual meeting, the Board shall prepare a list of recognized regional associations that will be called upon for a representative director. In order to be recognized as an official regional association, each association must, by the 1st of November, submit to the Ohio Angus Secretary, a roster of officers and the minutes from their most recent annual meeting, which must occur within the previous 12 months. Following the Board approval of recognized regional associations, the Secretary shall inform the president of those associations that an official of that associations shall be prepared to submit the name of their director to the membership of the State Association at the annual meeting. Representative Directors may be elected or appointed in whatever manner the local or Junior Association shall prescribe. However, they must be elected or re-elected annually, and their names submitted by a duly elected official of that Association when called for from the floor at the annual meeting of the Ohio Angus Association. Only those representative directors submitted in the above manner and who are members in good standing of the Ohio Angus Association shall serve during the following year. However, only one director or officer from a particular farm/herd may serve on the board of directors of the Ohio Angus Association at a given time. The exception would be the Ohio Junior Angus Association representative director. SEC. 2 Four directors at-large shall be elected to serve two year terms, and if the total of Directors-at-large and Representative Directors is less than eighteen, then additional Directorsat-large shall be elected to serve two year terms so that the total of all directors shall become at least eighteen. If it is required that more than four at-large directors are to be elected in the same year, then every 2nd position elected after the 4th shall be a one year term. If the same instance occurs in successive years, the board shall approve a ballot so that not more than one director position more than half of the total at-large positions will be elected in the same year. When an election occurs that requires one year terms, the director(s) elected to the one year terms will be those individuals receiving the highest number of votes after the required two year term positions are filled by individuals who received the highest number of votes across the entire at-large election. If the number of nominations received for at large directors is not sufficient to fill the required number of seats, then the remaining positions may be filled by appointment by the President of the Association following the annual meeting. Officers of the Association shall consist of Chairman of the Board, President, Vice President, and Treasurer. The retiring President shall become Chairman of the Board, and a President, Vice President, and Treasurer shall be nominated from the floor and elected annually. The Executive Secretary shall be hired by the board of directors on an annual basis. SEC. 3 Officers and Directors at large shall be elected by a majority vote of the members present at the annual meeting. Only members whose dues are currently paid shall be eligible to vote. At the last meeting of the Board prior to the annual meeting, the Board shall approve a ballot of properly nominated individuals for the Director-at-large positions. In order to be properly nominated and considered for the ballot, an official nomination form must be received by the Executive Secretary from a current member no later than November 1 of the year prior to the annual meeting, or date prior to the last board meeting before the annual meeting, as determined by the Executive committee of the Board. The person being nominated and the person making the nomination must be members in good standing at the time of the nomination. Upon review of the nominations, the Board shall prepare a ballot of directors-atlarge, and the Secretary shall notify membership of the ballot and information on the candidates as provided on the nomination form no less than 30 days prior to the annual meeting.

ARTICLE V: Duties of Officers

SEC. 1 The Chairman of the Board shall be a member ex-officio with the right to vote with all committees. SEC. 2 The President shall preside at all meetings of the Association and the board of directors, and shall be a member ex-officio with the right to vote with all committees. He shall fill by appointment all temporary vacancies among officers, directors and committees not otherwise provided for and perform all duties pertaining to the office of president. SEC. 3 The Vice-President shall preside in the absence of the President and perform all duties pertaining to that office. SEC. 4 The Secretary shall be employed by the Board of Directors. It shall be the duty of the Secretary or his assistant or person hired by the Board of Directors to give notice of meetings to all members and attend all such meetings of the Association; to conduct and direct all correspondence and carry out and execute all orders and resolutions as directed by the


Association or Board of Directors, or duly authorized Officers; to keep a list of members of the Association; to notify members of their appointment on a committee; to prepare or have prepared for the Board of Directors an annual report of the transactions and conditions of the Association. SEC. 5 The Treasurer shall collect and keep an account of all moneys received and expended for the use of the Association. AlI sums received shall be deposited in the name of the Ohio Angus Association in a bank approved by the board of directors, and shall make a report at the Annual Meeting or when called upon by the President. Funds shall be disbursed by the Treasurer and checks may be drawn only upon the signature of the Treasurer, or a person appointed by the Board of Directors. All accounts, books, and vouchers of the Association in the hands of the Secretary and Treasurer shall at all times be subject to the supervision of the Board of Directors and subject to its control. At the expiration of his term in office, he shall deliver to his successor all books, moneys, and other properly, or in the absence of the Treasurer-elect, to the President SEC. 6 The secretary, treasurer and office personnel shall give bonds of security to the satisfaction of the board of directors if so requested by the board. SEC. 7 The executive committee will consist of the chairman of the board, president, vicepresident, secretary and treasurer. The duties of this committee shall be to work closely in connection with the secretary/fieldman in directing the operation and making decisions which are necessary for the conduct of the Association from time to time, but on major decisions, they must have approval from the board of directors. SEC. 8 The President shall have the power to appoint any and all other committees which he may consider necessary for the betterment of the Association. Such committees shall require a twothirds affirmative vote by the Board of Directors. SEC. 9 When an Ohio Angus Association Committee deems it necessary to have a monetary account separate from the Ohio Angus Association General Fund, their records shall be subject to regular accounting at each Ohio Angus Association Board of Directors meeting and an annual audit shall be conducted along with the Ohio Angus Association financial records.

ARTICLE VI: Annual Meeting

SEC. 1 The annual meeting of the Association shall be held at such time and place as shall be designed at the previous meeting or by the President.

ARTICLE VII: Special Meeting

SEC. 1 The President may, through the Secretary, call a special meeting at any time he may deem it advisable.

ARTICLE VIII: Amendments

SEC. 1 The foregoing by-laws or any part thereof may be amended or rewritten by a two-thirds vote of the paid membership present at an Annual Meeting. SEC. 2 Proposed amendments or changes of the foregoing by-laws must be made available to the membership at least thirty days prior to the Annual Meeting at which such proposed amendments or changes are to be the subject of a vote by the membership.

ARTICLE IX: Order of Business

1. Record of those present 2. Reading minutes of last meeting 3. President’s Address 4. General Program 5. Report of Officers 6. Report of Committees

7. Communications 8. Unfinished Business 9. New Business 10. Election of Officers 11. Election of Directors 12. Adjournment


The President’s Message Dear Friends, What a great time to be in the Angus breed and a member of the Ohio Angus Association. We are here to serve you, the members. From a very deep and promising offering at our Best of Both World sale in November to the Super Star Sale at the Ohio Beef Expo, we are helping Ohio Angus members receive great sale prices and expand their customer base. Or it may be the Angus field day and the annual meeting and banquet where you can meet other Angus enthusiasts to share ideas, learn new practices, and to build a network of breeders. We all should be proud of our Ohio Juniors this past year as they co-hosted an exceptional National Junior Angus Show in Louisville, KY with our friends in Kentucky and Tennessee. As we have seen in the past, our Ohio Juniors excel in leadership and competition as proven by the national scholarships received, awards won and the champion cattle shown. The Ohio Angus Auxiliary is finishing up a powerful embryo raffle with genetics donated by Ohio breeders to support their scholarship fund for our junior members. Watch for their other fund raising projects to come and help them support our youth as they are the future of the cattle business. The Board of Directors and officers of the Ohio Angus Association are a dedicated group of breeders here to serve you the membership and to improve the breed, come join us in an exciting year ahead. Sincerely, Kelvin Egner President Ohio Angus Association 65


Ohio Angus Board of Directors 2013 OFFICER TEAM Chairman of the Board

Dave Felumlee


Kelvin Egner

Vice President

Tim Harsh


Allen Gahler


Dan Wells

DIRECTORS AT LARGE: Term Expires 2013 Jim Winter

Todd Raines

Brent English

Kent Bauman

Derek Bankey

John King

Herman Howell

Jim Rentz

John Grimes

Fred Penick

Term Expires 2014 Henry Bergfeld

2013 Ohio Angus Board of Directors

Paul Hill

(Front L-R) Kelvin Egner – President, Tim Harsh – Vice President, Allen Gahler – Treasurer, Dan Wells – Secretary/Fieldman, Sandra Wallace, Jim Rentz. (Back L-R) Fred Penick, Herman Howell, Jay Clutter, Kent Bauman, Henry Bergfeld, Joe Sanders, Jim Winter, Brent English, John Grimes, Derek Bankey, Chip Enos, Todd Raines, John King, Paul Hill (Not Pictured) Dave Felumlee – Chairman of the Board, John Hall


2013 Ohio Angus Officer Team

(L-R) Tim Harsh - Vice President, Kelvin Egner - President, Allen Gahler - Treasurer, Dan Wells - Secretary/Fieldman (Not Pictured) Dave Felumlee - Chairman of the Board.


-Black Swamp

Chip Enos

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Sandra Wallace John Hall Jay Clutter Lauren Grimes

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West Central Ohio Angus Association


Dave Miller


Ron Miller

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Scott Kiesel

Vice President..........

Mark Bockelman


Sandra Wallace


Jay Clutter

State Director...........

Joe Sanders

State Director...........

Jay Clutter

Eastern Ohio Angus Association

Miami Valley Angus Association


Dave McCardle


David Long

Vice President..........

Gary Dean

Vice President..........

Dan Brosey


Tammy Hill


Christy Campbell

State Director...........

Chip Enos

State Director...........

John Hall

North Central Ohio Angus Association President.................

Nick Wagner

Vice President..........

David Hartschuh


Darlene Wagner

State Director...........

Sandra Wallace


MEET THE 2013 OFFICERS President Kelvin Egner


Egner Farms Angus 4555 Hazelbrush Rd.; Shelby, OH 44875 419-347-7123 or Farm/Cell: 419-295-6089 Email:

Vice President Tim Harsh

HFS Angus 4721 St. Rt. 203; Radnor, OH 43066 740-595-3543 or Farm/Cell: 740-225-2443 Email:

Treasurer Allen Gahler

Gahler Farms 641 N. Elliston-Trowbridge Rd.; Graytown, OH 43432 419-350-2091 Email:


Dan Wells Wells Livestock 625 Cattail Rd.; Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-779-9584 or Cell: 740-505-3843


Chairman of the Board Dave Felumlee

Claylick Run Angus Genetics 11970 Cross Rd.; Newark, OH 43056 740-763-4616 of Cell: 740-404-3594


DIRECTORS AT LARGE (Terms Expires 2013)

Jim Winter Paradise Cattle Company 5839 Ashville-Fairfield Rd.; Ashville, OH 43103 740-983-2755 Email:

Todd Raines Raines Farm 2667 Nichols Ridge Rd.; Seaman, OH 45679 937-386-2627 or Farm/Cell: 937-386-2031 Email:

Brent English Strayer Angus Farm 9859 Zion Church Rd.; Elida, OH 45807 419-339-3417 or Farm/Cell: 419-230-7951 Email:

Kent Bauman Turkey Run Angus Farm 13270 St. Rt. 348; Otway, OH 45657 937-587-5279 or Cell: 937-217-6778


Derek Bankey Bankey Registered Angus 7411 Milton Rd.; Custar, OH 43511 419-308-8627


John King Kingsway Angus Farm 3735 N. Twp. Rd. 111; Tiffin, OH 44883 419-937-1864 or Farm/Cell: 419-937-4148




Herman Howell Ridge View Farms 4200 Twp. Hwy. 289; Hammondsville, OH 43930 740-544-5861

Jim Rentz Creek Side Farm 1005 West Vine St.; Coldwater, OH 45828 419-678-2779 or Farm/Cell: 937-477-5347


DIRECTORS AT LARGE (Terms Expires 2014)

John Grimes Maplecrest Farms 2594 St. Rt. 73; Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-764-1198 or Cell: 937-763-6000


Fred Penick Way View Cattle Company 3264 Refugee Rd.; Hebron, OH 43025 740-928-3912 or Cell: 740-404-1832


Henry Bergfeld Pine Hill Farm 33009 Yellow Creek Rd.; Summitville, OH 43962 330-223-1872 Email:

Paul Hill Champion Hill Farm 11503 St. Rt. 554; Bidwell, OH 45614 740-367-7021


REGIONAL ASSOCIATION DIRECTORS Black Swamp Angus Association Joe Sanders Sanders Skylight Farm 5959 Hay Rd.; Harrod, OH 45850 419-648-3233 or Farm/Cell: 567-204-0062 Email: Eastern Ohio Angus Association Chip Enos Black Destiny Angus 67059 N. 8th St. Rd.; Cambridge, OH 43725 740-439-4828 or Farm/Cell: 740-584-2727


Miami Valley Angus Association John Hall Windswept Acres 1043 Co. Rd. 153; Cardington, OH 43315 419-864-9406 or Cell: 740-815-4337


West Central Ohio Angus Association Jay Clutter West Creek Farm 12667 Buckland Holden Rd.; Wapakoneta, OH 45895 419-657-6804 or Farm/Cell: 419-305-3702 Email: North Central Ohio Angus Association Sandra Wallace Green Maples Farm 2922 St. Rt. 635; Kansas, OH 44841 419-986-5059 or Farm/Cell: 419-307-6734 Email:


American Angus Board Member Message Message from Jim Rentz Board Member American Angus Association After over 60 years in this business, I have learned a few things and that is you can not stand still and there will always be changing times. So, as a registered Angus breeder you need to use the programs available through the American Angus Association to keep your herd moving forward. Today, we are deep into technology and science that helps in decisions for the many traits needed in your herds. The information from DNA is here to stay, so take advantage of these tools. Recently, both Pfizer 50K and Igenity have lowered their prices, making these tests more affordable to the Angus industry. The Angus business throughout the country is seeing record prices and strong demand. When you look at some of the reasons for this, like the drought, exporting and lower cattle numbers, it indicates a positive future for years to come. Another major reason for the current demand is the value of the Certified Angus Beef program that set another record in 2012 with over 811 million pounds of product marketed. Ohio can be extra proud of CAB since two progressive Angus breeders from Ohio were responsible for establishing this first branded beef product. In my mind, the most important program in the Angus business is our Juniors. If you need to be energized just attend a National Junior Show and see all the things that these young talented people are doing. The Juniors will be our future leaders. Another key to the future of the Angus business is the Angus Foundation that invests in scholarships and assists in the funding for needed research programs. Get involved be investing annually in the Angus Foundation, you will find it rewarding. Remember, the Angus Association is here to help all breeders, so don’t hesitate to contact them for help and assistance. All the performance tools are important, but remember, you still need to eye-ball your cattle for correctness, feet and legs, balance, style and disposition. It is a pleasure serving you as your Director to the American Angus Association Board, and if I can be of any assistance feel free to call.


Secretary’s Report Ohio Angus Members, I can honestly says the last year has gone by in a whirl wind. This time last spring, I was preparing take over the Secretary/Fieldman position. While having already held a similar positing with the Virginia Angus Association, I had an idea to what I was getting myself into. But with any new job there is bound to be some ups and downs. Nonetheless, with the guidance of Allen Gahler, Dave Felumlee and the entire Ohio Angus Board of Directors the transition has been very smooth and seamless. I would like to thank each of them for all their help and support. While 2012 will go down as one of the driest in recent history, the cattle industry and Angus business is as strong as ever. Record low cow numbers nationally, feeder calf prices pushing $2.00/Lb and an ever growing demand for BEEF, has optimism abound among Ohio cattleman. This excitement was very apparent last fall with the strong interest and success all of the production and consignments sale held in Ohio. Highlighting the fall sale season was the inaugural Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale, which Ohio Angus joined forces with the Ohio Simmental Association to offer the best of both breed’s as well as capitalizing on the popularity of the SimAngus cross. As we look ahead to the spring, interest seems to be just as strong in bulls and females. Pending that the rest of 2013 provides the necessary moisture for pastures and hay supplies to rebound to the pre-2012 levels, the sky is the limit for fall sale prices. With my background and past work-experience, the Board of Directors are allowing me to expand on the services offered through the association. Last year we quickly got to business by managing the Ridge View & Friends and Eastern Ohio Angus Fall Sales. People are taking notice and more opportunities are beginning to present themselves. If you are in need of assistance with marketing, advertising or sale management; give me a call to see how Ohio Angus could work for you. If you have any comments, concerns or suggestions on how to improve Ohio Angus and better serve you the member, don’t hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Dan Wells Secretary/Fieldman


Ohio Angus Association PAST PRESIDENTS 1918-27 1928-29 1930-31 1932-33 1934 1935-36 1937 1938-39 1940-41 1942-43 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948-49 1950 1951 1952-53 1954-55 1956 1957 1958-59 1960-61 1962 1963 1964-65 1966-67 1968-69

O.E. Bradfute E.G. Little Frank B. Turnbill Fred G. Stroop Hugh Romert Dan Martins Dei Duprey Kenneth Hitchinson Jay Miller Sam Bowman Earl Burnson E.E. Greiner Earl Burnson L.G. Purmount Dan T. Warner Harold Etling W.T. Shaw Harold Etling Rowe Littleton Jeff Etling Edward O. Elliott William J. Ryan Rowe Littleton Paul Good Vaun C. Stocker Eugene Schear Karl W. Kumler Fred H. Johnson

Xenia Dresden Cedarville Dayton Oxford Van Wert Xenia Mechanicsburg Springfield Carey Springfield Carey Van Wert Dayton Marshallville Columbus Marshallville Kenton Marshvallville Mt. Victory Milford Center Kenton Van Wert Warsaw Dayton Columbus Summitville

1970-71 1972-73 1974-75 1976 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84 1985-86 1987-88 1989-90 1991-92 1992-94 1995-96 1997-98 1999-00 2001-02 2003-04 2005-06 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12

Fred N. Penick Richard S. Sour James P. Keen Dale E. Evans John C. Jelley Walter N. King Henry L. Bergfeld Louis (Mick) Colvin Warren Smith William J. Parchman Bain Goff David Eversole John Grimes C. Wayne Baird Fred M. Penick Vernon L. Hall James M. Rentz Tom Woodward III John King Doug Majors Bob Deitrick Dave Felumlee

Hebron Urbana London Utica Sidney Fremont Summitville West Salem Bucyrus Cincinnati Norwich Baltimore Hillsboro Washington C.H. Hebron Greenville Coldwater Galipolis Tiffin Lancaster Zanesville Newark

Ohio Angus Association HONORARY MEMBERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Dr. Carl E. Gay (Deceased) D.J. Kays (Deceased) E.H. Hutchinson (Deceased) G.H. June (Deceased) C.D. Littleton (Deceased) Herman R. Purdy (Deceased) J.B. McCorkle (Deceased) Dan T. Warner (Deceased) Jesse Hagler (Deceased) Harold A. Etling (Deceased) Mrs. Florence Heberding (Deceased) Rowe C. Littleton (Deceased)

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.


Dr. George R. Wilson (Deceased) Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Balthaser (Deceased) Paul Lewis Good H. Edwin Bryson (Deceased) William C. Strayer Fred H. Johnson (Deceased) Merlin D. Woodruff (Deceased) Fred N. Penick (Deceased) Louis “Mick� Colvin

Ohio Angus Association 2013 ANNUAL MEETING & BANQUET The Ohio Angus Association held it’s Annual Meeting and 2013 Awards Banquet on February 2nd at Der Dutchman Restaurant in Plain City, OH. Over 100 attendees enjoyed a roast beef & fried chicken dinner, shared in fellowship, planning, and awards presentations. Election of Officers was also held with Kelvin Egner, Shelby elected as President, Tim Harsh, Radnor elected as Vice President, Allen Gahler, Graytown was elected as Treasurer and Dan Wells, Chillicothe will continue serving as Secretary. The new board members and officers of the Association, the Jr. Association, and the Ladies Auxiliary were introduced, and as always, the evening concluded with the auctioning of the page choices in the 2013 directory. New Board members were elected and include: John Grimes, Hillsboro; Fred Penick, Hebron; Henry Bergfeld, Summitville; and Paul Hill, Gallipolis were re-elected to additional 2 Yr. terms. With 4 regional associations having vacancies and the vacancy left by Tim Harsh being elected Vice President, the by-laws call for at large positions to be elected for one year terms, so the total number of directors should be kept at a minimum of 18. Kent Bauman, Otway and Derek Bankey, Custar were re-elected to serve these 1 Yr. terms, while John King, Tiffin; Herman Howell, Hammondsville and Jim Rentz, Coldwater were elected to serve 1 Yr. terms. Board Member Jim Rentz conducted a record breaking Directory Page Auction that grossed $20,450 on 39 premier pages. The co-high selling pages were Page 1 going to Meadow Lane Angus, Burbank for $1300, and the back cover selected by Strayer Angus Farm for $1,300. Other notable high-selling pages included: Inside Front Cover to Claylick Run, Newark for $1200; Inside Back Cover to Way View Cattle for $1000, Page 2 to Pine Hill Farm, Summitville for $1000, Page 5 to Champion Hill, Bidwell for $1,000 and Page 4 to Egner Farms Angus, Shelby for $900. Thank You to all that bid and purchased ads through the 2013 Ohio Angus Directory Auction!

Ohio Angus Association 2013 COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Executive:

Finance/Long Range Planning:

David Felumlee, Chairman Kelvin Egner Tim Harsh Dan Wells Allen Gahler

Paul Hill, Chairman John Grimes Allen Gahler

Junior Activities:

John Grimes John Hall Lauren Grimes, Jr. Pres.

Events and Activities:

Tim Harsh, Committee Chairmen Joe Sanders, Sale Chairman Jim Rentz, Show Chairman Henry Bergfeld, Field Day Chairman John King

Awards & Recognition: Sandra Wallace, Chairman Jim Winter Chip Enos

Member Services / Breed Promotion: Fred Penick, Chairman Derek Bankey Herman Howell

Commercial Cattlemen Relations: Kent Bauman, Chairman Jay Clutter Todd Raines


Farm Science Review

The Farm Science Review will be held September 17-19, 2013 at London, OH. This serves as an excellent opportunity to not only promote the breed and the Association, but provides opportunity for members to showcase their genetics. If anyone has interest in displaying cattle or working at the Angus barn during the review, please contact Dan Wells. The Farm Science Review promotes Angus cattle and our organization to anyone who attends the review. Pictured below are the signs that are promoting herds throughout Ohio. The revenue from these signs helps to maintain our building and allows for us to make a neat, professional display to the public. We have some sign spaces available, so if you would be interested in promoting your herd and supporting your association in this project, contact Secretary/Fieldman Dan Wells.

Ohio Angus Field Day The Ohio Angus Field Day was held on Sunday, August 26th in Wayne Co. 83 attendees were treated to a morning program including a tour of the new Certified Angus Beef Education & Culinary Center, updates on C.A.B. and the GeneMax genetic test, as well as delicious C.A.B. Lunch. After lunch, everyone headed out to Meadow Lane Angus where Mark McCully and Henry Bergfeld led the group in selection competitions applying GeneMax test results and E.P.D’s into the selection process. To wrap up the day, we were treated to homemade ice cream and fresh cobbler!

A Special Thank You to all that helped make the 2012 Field Day a Success: Joe Sanders & Family, Henry Bergfeld, Terry & Becky Howland & Family, Mark McCully, Certified Angus Beef, COBA/Select Sires & ABS Global!


2012 Distinguished Service Award Jim Rentz Creek Side Farm Coldwater, OH The 2012 Distinguished Service Award for the Ohio Angus Association is awarded to Jim Rentz, of Coldwater, Presented by Kelvin Egner, right. Ohio. Jim has been in the Angus Business for over 60 years. In 1952, Jim and his family purchased their first Angus, after admiring the deep bodied, thick rumped and smaller stature Angus females being exhibited by a local farmer at the county fair. Jim became a student of the Angus breed studying pedigree and bloodlines. This led to his job as a Regional Fieldman for the Angus Journal conducting advertising sales and serving as a ringman. Jim, worked for the Angus Journal during what many refer to as the “Golden Era” working with many of the elite breeders, auctioneers, farm managers and famous owners of that time. After leaving the Angus Journal, Jim started his own auction and sale management company, Rentz Auction Co. This allowed him to also dedicate more time in effort towards his own Angus operation, Creek Side Farms. In 1987, with the help of several other Angus Breeders he founded the Ohio Beef Expo, which just celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2012. Today, the Ohio Beef Expo is one of the premier state Beef Expos in the country and wouldn’t been possible without Jim’s the leadership and efforts. During the mid-2000’s, Jim began writing the book 50 PLUS YEARS of ANGUS TRAILS AND TAILS, a book about his life and experiences in the Angus business. Jim presently serves as a member of the American Angus Board of Directors, he is also a member of the Ohio Angus Board of Directors and is a past president of the Ohio Angus Association. Jim and his wife Judy have been married for 48 years, they have three children Doug, Sherri, and Nick and have three grandchildren, Dylan, Derrick, and Haley. 75

The Ohio Angus Auxiliary On January 28, 1956, a group of approximately seventy-five enthusiastic women met at the Fort Hayes Hotel in Columbus, Ohio and formed the Ohio Women’s’ Auxiliary. The opening session was conducted by Mrs. Barbara Hunt, one of the founders, serving as temporary chairman. Mrs. Arthur Mallory of Hampton, Iowa, then President of the American Women’s Auxiliary, assisted with the organization and conducted the first election of officers in which Mrs. Florence Hederding of Canfield, Ohio was named the first President. The purpose of the Auxiliary has been to aid the Ohio Angus Association and Ohio Junior Angus Association in promoting the Angus breed. These activities include state scholarship awards, support of the American Auxiliary Scholarship program, selection of the annual Miss Ohio Angus, Junior Show Awards for girls & boys, Women’s Showmanship Contest, and acting as a hospitality committee at most Ohio Angus events. The Ohio Angus Auxiliary Scholarship program began in 1962 and through 1968 was annually awarded to an Ohio State University student in the College of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science. The Board of Directors announced that the 1969 scholarship Award would be patterned after American Auxiliary Scholarship rules. This award is open to graduating high school senior boys and girls. The highest scoring girl or boy applicants will be Ohio’s entries in the American Auxiliary Scholarship contest and receive the Ohio Scholarship Award. The American Auxiliary Scholarship winner will be announced at the Ohio Preview Show. The Ohio Scholarship money will be awarded at the following Annual Banquet. The winner must attend college or some other course of higher education within one year. Annually from 1958 through 1965, an Ohio Angus Queen was selected on the basis of her cattle show ring success, and from 1959 to 1963, an Ohio Angus King was chosen on the same basis. After 1965, the Queen was selected from a representative of each district association, competing on a point system. In 1968, the Queen was renamed “Miss Ohio Angus”. Starting in 1972, the Auxiliary selected judges to interview each district representative just before the Annual Meeting. Beginning in 1977, candidates for Miss Ohio Angus need not be representatives of a regional association. The “Miss Ohio Angus” is crowned and begins her reign at the Ohio Beef Expo. She presents ribbons and awards at Ohio Angus Association sponsored events and at other Angus events where she is invited. At the following Annual Banquet she will end her reign, and receive an engraved silver award in recognition of her service to the Ohio Angus Association. Miss Ohio Angus will be allotted an allowance to help defer her expenses in connection with her duties. The Silver Show Award is open to a girl and a boy Junior Angus Association member of 4-H or FFA age and is based entirely on show records. Each year during the Ohio Angus Preview Show, The Ohio Angus Auxiliary sponsors a Ladies Showmanship Contest and presents a trophy to the winner. To be eligible, a contest must be age twenty-one (21) or over and a paid member of the Ohio Angus Auxiliary. The Auxiliary assists the Ohio Angus Association at the Annual Banquet by acting as the hospitality committee, decorating the tables, designing the programs and serving as part of the Annual meeting committee. The Angus Auxiliary serves refreshments at the Ohio Preview Show and the Ohio State Fair, and acts as hostesses at the Annual Field day. The Ohio Angus Auxiliary assists the directors of the Ohio Angus Association with the Ohio State Fair Booth and is available to help with promotions at the Farm Science Review. The Ohio Angus Auxiliary is supported by its dues of $5.00 per year and fund raising projects such as the sale of Angus Motif items and coffee & doughnuts at sale and Angus events. Any women interested in Angus cattle are cordially invited to join our organization and share in activities and fellowship while helping to promote the most important product ANGUS CATTLE and ANGUS BEEF.



Jackie Egner

Vice President

Lynn Hill


Cheryl Miller


Sharon Sanders

Achievement Certificates

Becky Kreager

Miss Ohio Contest

Lynn Hill


Roma Wallace

2013 Ohio Angus Auxiliary Officers

(L-R) Lynn Hill – Secretary/Vice President; Jackie Egner – President; Cheri Miller – Treasurer.

Ohio Angus Auxiliary Past Presidents 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968-69 1970-71 1972-73 1974-75

Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

Florence Heberding Margaret Matteson Karl Kumler Carlton Diefenthaler Roy Hagler Richard A. Leppert Richard Mikesell Edwin Bryson Roland Johnson Curtis Balthaser Vaugn C. Stocker Henry E. Whitehead Fred H. Johnson Ralph J. Kramer George Wallace James Keen

1976-77 1978-79 1980-81 1982-83 1984-85 1986-87 1988-89 1990-92 1993-95 1996 1997-00 2001-02 2003-04 2005-06 2007-


Mrs. P.L. Sticker Jr. Mrs. Victor Hauke Mrs. William Rapp Mrs. Leroy B. Billman Mrs. Walter King Mrs. Fred N. Penick Jean Slicker Mrs. William Flesher Nancy Snook Becky Orndorff Sandra Wallace Jackie Woodward Gail Deitrick Carol Hutchinson Jackie Egner

Ohio Angus & Auxiliary Scholarships Scholarships are made available by support from the ladies auxiliary and Ohio Angus Association, and there have been very few applicants the last couple years! So make sure to check out the details below and take advantage of this great financial opportunity as a reward for your participation in Ohio Jr. Angus events and activities! Ohio Angus Auxiliary Scholarships are open to any graduating Ohio Jr. Angus member, and 2 scholarships are offered - one for boys, and one for girls. Applications are due to Sharon Sanders in March each year. Scholarship form can be downloaded off American Angus website, AAA Scholarship section. Any questions contact Sharon at or 419-648-3233 or 5959 Hay Rd., Harrod, Ohio 45850-9753.

Miss Ohio Angus Queen Contest 1. A candidate must be an active member of the Ohio Junior Angus Association for at least one year and be between the ages of 16 and 21 by January 1. 2. She should be active in show showing Angus cattle at county fairs, district shows, Ohio junior Shows and the Ohio State Fair. 3. Each candidate shall request an application form from the chairman of the Miss Ohio Angus Contest. This application must be completed and postmarked no later than two weeks prior to the Annual Banquet. A photograph should be submitted with the complete form. 4. Selection of Miss Ohio Angus from the candidates will be made by a panel of judges at the Ohio Angus Association Annual Meeting, based on the following point system. 55 points Angus activity record & show participation/affiliation with Jr Angus Association, 4H, extra-curricular activities and assay. 35 points Personality, poise and appearance 5 points Parents or guardian, membership in the Ohio Angus Association for at least the preceding year. 5 points Mother or guardian, member of the Ohio Auxiliary for at least one year. 5. Miss Ohio Angus will begin her reign at the Ohio Angus Annual Meeting. As Queen, she must attend the following functions: (1) Ohio Beef Expo; (2) Ohio Angus Field Day; (3) Ohio Angus Preview Show (Junior & Senior); (4) Ohio State Fair (Junior Steer Show, Junior Angus Heifer Show, Open Class Angus Show; (5) Ohio Angus Annual Banquet. The Ohio Angus Auxiliary will pay for the Queen’s annual Banquet ticket the year she crowns the new Miss Ohio Angus. All other Angus functions (not listed) may be attended at Miss Ohio Angus’s discretion. 6. Miss Ohio Angus will receive an allowance of $200.00 to help defray expenses. 7. At the end of her reign, she will be presented an engraved silver award in recognition of her service to the Ohio Angus Association.

Queen Chairman: Lynn Hill 78

2013 Miss Ohio Angus The 2013 Miss Ohio Angus Queen is Caroline Miller. She is the daughter of David and Cheri Miller of Lindsey, Ohio. Caroline is a junior at Fremont Ross High School, where she is involved in the National Honor Society, Honor Roll and Track and Field. Caroline has been a member of the Roper’s 4-H club for nine years. She has served as the Treasurer, Secretary and Vice President. By participating in the Fremont FFA Chapter, Caroline has served as the Secretary, where she completed a state gold rated book, and President. She will be recieving her Ohio FFA State Degree in May 2013. She has competed in various contests, including public speaking, agricultural sales, meats evaluation and many others. Caroline is a member of the National, Ohio and Black Swamp Junior Angus Associations. She is currently serving as the Ohio Junior Angus Secretary and Black Swamp Angus Queen. She enjoys competing at cattle shows, as well as caring for the cattle on the farm. In the future, Caroline would like to attend the Ohio State University to study meat science and agricultural communications.

Past Miss Ohio Angus 1958 1959-60 1961 1962-63 1964-65 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Gretchen Myers Daun Hauke Deanna Baker Kathleen Jelly Carolyn Jelly Deanna Baker Carolyn Dupreve Marsha Phelps Jill Eversole Sharon Wilson Joy Thompson Diane Carr Sherry Kline Jayne Honeck Sue Molitor Cindy Lee Susan Wilson Diane Molitor Laureen Novak

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993-94 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Karen Uetrecht Sandra Slicker Roberta Dietrick Denise Rapp Sandra Wallace Shelly Burroughs Cheryl Hampton Laura Burroughs Sandra Flesher Heather Lott Diane Rapp Suzanne Smith Carla Hinds Jennifer Butler Kimberly Nichols Melissa J. Sanders Heather Traxler Jamie Marie King Pearlann McNichols


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Angela Jean Miller Danielle Yvonne Brosey Stephanie Ann Mullett Jody Gahler Christina Egner Caroline English Kayla Alexander Kelsie Davis Lindsay Grimes Bailey Harsh Jeri Wagner Sarah Miller Shyla Kreager

Ohio Junior Angus Association 2013 OFFICER TEAM


Lauren Grimes

Vice President

Megan Hunker


Lydia Dance


Caroline Miller

News Reporter

Justin Bachman

2013 Ohio Jr. Angus Officers

Caroline Miller – Secretary, Megan Hunker – Vice President, Lauren Grimes – President, Lydia Dance – Treasurer (Not Pictured) Justin Bachman - Reporter

Ohio Jr. Angus Summer Schedule:

June 8 • Ohio Jr. Angus Preview, Zanesville, OH June 21-23 • Eastern Regional Jr. Angus Show, Harrisonburg, VA July 5-11 • National Junior Angus Show, Kansas City, MO July 27 • Ohio State Fair Jr. Show, Columbus, OH August 1-4 • LEAD Conference, Louisiana

Jr. Advisors:

Barb Dance, Hillsboro, OH 937-393-4766 • Jamie King, Republic, OH 614-202-7998 • 80

Silver Show Awards The following rules and point system will be used for Silver Show Awards for Boys, Girls, bred and owned, and Juniors except where noted. Points may be accumulated on animals for which there are classes at American Angus Association sponsored Junior shows (bred & owned heifers, bred & owned bulls, bred & owned cow/calf pairs, owned heifers and Registered Angus Steers). Only the winnings of two animals at each show may be used, but these need not be the same two animals at each show. Ownership deadlines will be the same each year as set forth by the American Angus Association. The winner will selected by a committee appointed by the Board of Directors of the Ohio Angus Association and the sponsor of the award. The following point system shall be used for all awards: Note that only One County or Independent Fair and Two Jackpot Shows may be used for points. Bred & Owned Award, 1 Boy - 1 Girl, 2 Animals can count points the same as Silver Show Rules. Points can also be used in the Silver Show Award. Class points will only count in designated Bred & Owned Show. An animal may only accumulate 1 point value per show, points are not cumulative for class, division, and overall champions. Independent County Fairs Grand Champion 100 Res. Grand Champion 75 Division Champion -Res. Division Champion -Class Winner 25 2nd Place --

All District Shows 150 125 --50 --

Junior Silver Award Only

County Fair 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place


100 80 60 40 20

Expo State Fair Shows 200 175 125 100 75 --

Jackpot 175 150 --75 --

Preview 250 200 150 125 100 50

National Shows 500 400 300 250 200 100

All Silver Awards Applicants


Ohio State Fair Preview




250 225 200 175 150

500 450 400 350 300

Showmanship Showmanship Showmanship

100 80 60 40 20

100 80 60 40 20

150 120 90 60 30

NJAA 1,000 800 600 550 400 200


Application Forms may be obtained from the Ohio Angus Association Secretary. Completed forms are due January 1st.

2013 Junior Silver Show Award The Junior Silver Show Award is presented by Paradise Cattle Company, of Ashville, Ohio. This award is for younger juniors who have not had their 13th birthday by January 1 of the year in which the points are accumulated. This award may be won one time only.

Caroline Winter, Ashville, OH was presented with the 2012 Junior Silver Show Award by Paradise Cattle Co. (L-R) Jim Winter, Caroline Winter, Sharon Winter & Christina Winter.

Past Junior Show Award Winners 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Ritchie Boring Brad Draper Kirk Furniss Shannon Billman Justin Goff Tarah Lott Chad Goodman Nicholas Rentz Jamie Marie King Kyle Penick Kisha Jo Goodman

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Danielle Brosey Jenna Leigh Gilbert Justin Brosey Jordan Moore Jared Chester Caid Unger Lindsey Grimes Logan Deitrick Lincoln Deitrick Sarah Wogan Lauren Grimes


2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Brandee Painter Jordan Mullett Will Harsh Christina Winter Lydia Dance Samantha Wallace Rylee Closser

Boys & Girls Silver Show Awards

Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro OH was presented with the 2012 Girls Silver Show Award by Turkey Run Angus Farm. (L-R) Lauren Grimes, Kent Bauman

Will Harsh, Radnor, OH was presented the 2012 Boys Silver Show Award by Gahler Farms. (L-R) Allen Gahler, Will Harsh.

Past Boys Show Award Winners 1973 1974-75 1976 1977-78 1979 1980-81 1982 1983 1984-85 1986

Fred Penick Mark Goodman Jeff Johnson David Dorn Jeff Johnson Sam Johnson Kevin Hampton David Hutchins Kevin Hampton Doug Rentz

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973-74 1975 1976 1977 1978-79 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

Joyce Thompson Pat Opelt Jean Molitor Connie Evans Cindy Lee Diane Molitor Sue Evans Anita Billman Laureen Novak Twila Doran Denise Rapp Cheryl Hutchins Sheri Rentz Vicki Johnson

1987-88 1989 1990 1991-92 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Jason Goff Jason Goff Kirk Furniss Chad Goodman Chad Goodman Derek Isaacs Kyle Penick Phil Leitnaker Justin Brosey Mike Painter

1999-00 2001 2002 2003-04 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009-10 2011

Eric King Kevin Majors Eric King Justin Brosey Vince Untied Justin Brosey Vince Untied Will Harsh Jordan Mullett Will Harsh

1999-00 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jenna Gilbert Kimberly Evans Jamie King Lindsey Grimes Sarah Wogan Lindsey Grimes Kayla Alexander Lauren Grimes Lindsey Grimes Bailey Harsh Lauren Grimes Lindsey Grimes

Past Girls Show Award Winners 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Sharon Secrest Ellen Bergfeld Sheri Rentz Shelly Burroughs Heather Lott Diane Rapp Jennifer Butler Elizabeth Hauke Danielle Brosey Melissa Sanders Jennifer Lynn Luli Jenna Gilbert Neenah Kay Hill Morgan Woodward

Bred & Owned Silver Show Awards

Will Harsh, Radnor, OH was presented with the 2012 Boys Bred & Owned Silver Show Award by Egner Family Angus. (L-R) Kelvin Egner, Will Harsh, Christina & Shawn Howell.


Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro OH was presented with the 2012 Girls Bred & Owned Silver Show Award by Kingsway Angus. (L-R) Lauren Grimes, John King



Seneca County Fairgrounds, Tiffin, OH

Bred & Owned Division Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female: Maplecrest Rita K0240 won grand champion bredand-owned female. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the September 2010 daughter of PVF ALL PAYDAY 729. She earlier claimed senior champion.

Reserve Grand Bred & Owned Female: Wogan Farm Jestress 244 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female. Emily Wogan, Hebron, Ohio, owns the December 2010 daughter of Silveiras Style 9303. She first won reserve senior champion.

Grand Champion Bull: MAF Raven 4011 won grand champion bull. Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, Ohio, owns the March 2011 son of BC 7022 Raven 7965. He earlier won junior champion.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull: L&L Dark Horse L791 won reserve grand champion bull. Lincoln Deitrick, Zanesville, Ohio, owns the April 2011 son of Limestone Darkhorse U322. He first claimed reserve junior champion.




Seneca County Fairgrounds, Tiffin, OH

Owned Females

Reserve Grand Owned Female: Dameron SRF Pride 1144 won reserve grand champion owned female. William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the May 2011 daughter of PVF ALL PAYDAY 729.

Grand Champion Owned Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won grand champion owned female. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2011 daughter of S A V Payroll 5281.


Grand Champion Steer: MCC Macho 171 won grand chamchampion steer. William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the March 2011 son of WCC Macho 920.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer: WHC Preston 717 won reserve grand champion steer. Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, Ohio, owns the March 2011 son of Northern Improvement 4480 GF.

Cow/Calf Division

Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair: Champion Hill Peg 7352 won grand champion cow-calf pair. Tanner Ayres, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the Sept. 2009 daughter of S A V Bismarck 5682. A Dec. 2011 son sired by S A V Net Merit 0883 completes the duo.

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair: Wayview Princess Fiona 010 won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair. Rylee Closser, Hebron, Ohio, owns the Jan. 2010 daughter of Connealy Shrek 4242. A Feb. 2012 bull calf sired by Connealy Tobin 8400 is at side.




Seneca County Fairgrounds, Tiffin, OH

Senior Showmanship

Intermediate Showmanship

Senior Showmanship Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, champion, left, and Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, reserve champion, right, won senior showmanship.

Intermediate Showmanship Intermediate Showmanship winners were, left William Harsh, Radnor, champion, and Emily Wogan, Hebron, reserve champion.

Junior Showmanship


Junior Showmanship Lydia Dance, Hillsboro, champion, left, and Christina Winter, Ashville, reserve champion, right, won junior showmanship.

Herdsman Lincoln Deitrick was the winner of the Jr. Herdsman award.

Special Thanks to the following Jr. Show Sponsors Maplecrest Farms Painter Farms Granville Milling Black Destiny Farm Mullett Angus Farm

Ed & Kay Harsh Fremont FFA Harsh’s Farm Service DL Pope Farm Holley Land & Cattle



Seneca County Fairgrounds, Tiffin, OH


Grand Champion Female: SCC Queen Beyonce 134 won grand champion female. Kinsey Crowe, West Alexandria, Ohio, owns the March 2011 daughter of B C Lookout 7024.

Reserve Champion Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won reserve grand champion female. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2011 daughter of S A V Payroll 5281.


Grand Champion Bull: HFS Dameron Product 229 won grand champion bull William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the February 2012 son of Connealy Final Product.

Reserve Champion Bull: MAF Raven 4011 won reserve grand champion bull. Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, Ohio, owns the March 2011 son of BC 7022 Raven 7965.


Grand Champion Cow/Calf Pair: Dameron Bardot 080 won grand champion cow-calf pair. Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the March 2010 daughter of S A V Brilliance 8077. A February 2012 bull calf sired by Connealy Final Product is at side.

Reserve Grand Cow/Calf Pair: Carter’s Vallee X126 won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair. Lauren Grimes and Lindsey Grimes, both of Hillsboro, Ohio, own the March 2010 daughter of S A V Pioneer 7301. A January 2012 daughter sired by Connealy Confidence 0100 completes the pair.



Seneca County Fairgrounds, Tiffin, OH


Premier Exhibitor & Breeder

Herdsman Award The Enos family, Black Destiny Farm, Cambridge, received the Ohio Herdsman award. Pictured from left are Brock Zwick, and Tracie, Bethaney and Chip Enos.

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor Maplecrest Farms and Lauren Grimes, both of Hillsboro, won premier breeder and exhibitor, respectively.

Ohio Preview Division Winners Females Heifer Calf Intermediate Junior Senior Cow/Calf

Champion Brandee Painter Lauren Grimes Kinsey Crowe Lauren Grimes Will Harsh

Reserve Lauren Grimes Will Harsh Lauren Grimes Bethaney Enos Lauren Grimes

Bulls Calf Intermediate Junior Senior

Champion Will Harsh Keisel Farm Jordan Mullett ----------------

Reserve Gahler Farms -----------------Gahler Farms --------------

Special Thanks to the following Open Show Sponsors Chris-Lee Farms HFS Angus Creekside Farm Whitehead Angus Maplecrest Farms Kingsway Angus Keisel Farms Hall Angus

Gahler Farms Paradise Cattle Com. L&L Angus Claylick Run Champion Hill Egner Farms Angus Way-View Cattle Co. Black Swamp Angus Assoc. 87

2012 OHIO STATE FAIR JUNIOR SHOW Grand Champion Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won grand champion female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2011 daughter of S A V Payroll 5281. She first won junior champion.

Reserve Champion Female: SCC Queen O Diamonds GAF 197 won reserve grand champion female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. Kinsey Crowe, West Alexandria, Ohio, owns the November 2011 daughter of OSU Currency 8173. She first won senior calf champion.

Females Junior Calf Senior Calf Intermediate Junior Senior Cow/Calf

Jr. Show Heifers

Champion Christina Winter Kinsey Crowe Lauren Grimes Lauren Grimes Lauren Grimes Rylee Closser

Reserve Champion Caroline Winter Lauren Grimes Will Harsh Kinsey Crowe Megan Hunker -----------------

Thank You to our Jr. Show Silver Donors Grand Champion Female Champion Hill, Bidwell, OH Reserve Champion Female Ohio Angus Ladies Auxiliary



Grand Champion Steer: William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, won grand champion steer at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. His steer weighed 1,310 pounds.

Reserve Champion Steer: Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, Ohio, won reserve grand champion steer at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. His steer weighed 1,344 pounds.

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female: Maplecrest Rita K0240 won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the September 2010 daughter of PVF ALL PAYDAY 729. She first won senior champion.

Res. Grand Bred & Owned Female: Paradise Lady 206 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show, July 28 in Columbus, Ohio. Christina Winter, Ashville, Ohio, owns the January 2012 daughter of S A V Pioneer 7301. She first claimed junior calf champion.

Additional Showmanship Winners: (Not Pictured) Intermediate Showmanship: 1st-Emily Wogan, Hebron; 2nd-Christina Winter, Ashville; 3rd-Devin Coon, Oak Hill; 4th-Michelle Bockelman, Napolean Senior Showmanship: 1st-Jordan Mullett, Coshocton; 2nd-Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro; 3rd-Shyla Kreager, Newark; 4th-Keayla Harr, Jeromsville; 5th-Aimee Bockelman, Napolean Junior Showmanship: These young Angus enthusiasts won junior showmanship honors at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Junior Angus Show. Pictured from left are 1st-Rylee Closser, Hebron; 2nd-Kacey Felumlee, Newark; 3rd-Kinsey Crowe, West Alexandria; 4th-Samantha Wallace, Kansas; and 5th-Caroline Winter, Ashville.


2012 OHIO STATE FAIR ANGUS SHOW Grand Champion Female: Dameron SRF Pride 1144 won grand champion female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus, Ohio. William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the May 2011 daughter of PVF ALL PAYDAY 729. She first claimed intermediate champion.

Reserve Champion Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won reserve grand champion female at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus, Ohio. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2011 daughter of S A V Payroll 5281. She first won junior champion.

Females Junior Calf Senior Calf Intermediate Junior Senior Cow/Calf

Open Class Heifers

Champion Jamie King Kinsey Crowe Will Harsh Lauren Grimes Lauren Grimes Will Harsh

Reserve Champion Jamie King Lauren Grimes Lauren Grimes Kinsey Crowe Emily Wogan Equity Angus Farm

Thank You to our Open Show Silver Donors Grand Champion Bull Baird Angus, Wash. C.H., OH

Grand Champion Female Majors Farms, Lancaster, OH

Reserve Champion Bull Chippewa Valley, Ritman, OH

Reserve Champion Female Claylick Run Farm, Newark, OH

Herdsman Award Banner Kiata Farms, Hamilton, OH


2012 OHIO STATE FAIR ANGUS SHOW Grand Champion Bull: LMF Radar 1710 won grand champion bull at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus, Ohio. Miller Family Angus, Gaston, Ind., owns the September 2010 son of BC 7022 Raven 7965. He first claimed senior champion.

Reserve Champion Bull: MAF Raven 4011 won reserve grand champion bull at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus, Ohio. Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, Ohio, owns the March 2011 son of BC 7022 Raven 7965. He first won junior champion.

Bulls Junior Calf Senior Calf Intermediate Junior Senior

Open Class Bulls

Champion Will Harsh Way View Cattle Co. Equity Angus Farm Jordan Mullett Miller Family Angus

Premier Breeder/Exhibitor

Reserve Champion Kiata Farms Gahler Farms ---------------Christina Winter Alana Miller

Herdsman Award

Kingsway Angus, Tiffin, Ohio, won premier breeder and premier exhibitor at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus, Ohio. Pictured from left are Emma Lusby; Jake Ruffing; Sarah Hunker; Jamie King; Megan Hunker;Austin Hunker; and John King.

Claylick Run Farm, Newark,Ohio, was named Herdsman of the Year at the 2012 Ohio State Fair Show, July 29 in Columbus,Ohio. Pictured from left are Keri Felumee; Ashton McArthor; Casey Felumee; and Kyle Evans.


2012 Ohio Angus Super Star Sale Ohio Beef Expo • Ohio State Fairgrounds • Columbus, OH High Selling Bulls Lot: Price: DOB: 20 $5,300 3/10/11 23 $4,700 3/16/11 3 $3,600 10/4/10 10 $3,500 1/21/11

Seller: Kingsway Angus, Tiffin, OH Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Gahler Farms, Graytown, OH Kingsway Angus, Tiffin, OH

Buyer: Don Schaeffer, Sandusky, OH Burgett Angus Farm, Carrolton, OH Jeff Small, Fredericktown, OH David Miller, Lindsey, OH

High Selling Open Heifers 40 $5,000 4/1/11 Rains Angus, Mercer, PA 33 $4,400 2/4/11 Kasler Cattle Com., Millfield, OH

Drew Wagner, Marietta, OH DeeAnn Wiseman, Malta, OH

High Selling Bred Heifers 26 $4,000 2/2/10 Paradise Cattle Com., Ashville, OH 30 $3,300 10/7/10 Kingsway Angus, Tiffin, OH

Cline Clute, Williamsfield, OH Richard Boone, Hookstown, PA

High Selling Cow/Calf Pairs 27 $4,600 3/31/10 DC Angus, West Chester, OH 25 $3,500 9/30/07 Nobleland Farm, Caldwell, OH

Cline Clute, Williamsfield, OH Garrett Saylor, Oak Hill, OH

Lots: 20 Bulls 20 Females 40 Total Lots

Gross: $55,700 $63,250 $118,950

Average: $2,785 $3,162 $2,973

High Selling Bull- Lot 20, a powerful son of BR Midland was consigned by Kingsway Angus, Tiffin, OH and selected by Don Schaeffer, Sandusky, OH for $5,300

Volume Buyer: Gary Walters, Waterford, OH Cattle Sold Into: Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina & Georgia

High Selling Female- Lot 40, a fancy daughter of Sitz Dash 10277 that was consigned by Rains Angus, Mercer, PA and purchased by Drew Wagner, Marietta, OH for $5,000


The Buckeye

Best of Both Worlds

High Selling Open Heifers Lot: Price: DOB: Consignor: 7 $3,000 3/6/12 Wells Livestock, Chillicothe, OH 6 $2,800 4/6/12 Dillon Simmentals, Nashport, OH 13 $2,700 11/19/11 Saunders Simmentals, New Philly, OH High Selling Bred Heifers 21 $3,200 4/28/11 KSR Cattle Com., Mt. Gilead, OH 27 $2,950 2/16/11 HFS Angus, Radnor, OH 30 $2,600 9/1/10 Wells Livestock, Chillicothe, OH High Selling Spring Bred Cows 43 $3,400 8/5/09 Ferguson Show Cattle, Chardon, OH 45 $3,200 3/26/09 Ferguson Show Cattle, Chardon, OH 64 $2,750 1/8/04 Stanleyville Cattle Com., Whipple, OH High Selling Fall Pair 36+A $4,250 6/10/09 Gahler Farms, Graytown, OH 35+A $2,550 9/9/09 Wells Livestock, Chillicothe, OH 32+A $2,500 4/13/10 Locust Lane Farm, Ashland, OH Lots: 35 Angus 28 Simm. & % Simm. 63 Total Sale Lots

Gross: $80,375 $59,050 $139,425

Average: $2,296 $2,108 $2,213


Buyer: Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro, OH W&E Farms, Holbrook, PA W&E Farms, Holbrook, PA John McKay, Plain City, OH Joe McCoy, Ravenswood, WV Sam Hostetler, East Rochester, OH McConnell Creek, Lucasville, OH Roger McConnell, Mt. Vernon, OH Scheiderer Farms, Plain City, OH Kevin Hinds, Newcomerstown, OH Neill Farms, Waterford, OH Davis Farms, Kingston, OH Volume Buyer: Randy Brehm, Fayette, OH Cattle Sold Into: Ohio, Pennsylvania, & West Virginia

2012 Ohio Beef Expo Jr. Show

Champion Angus Heifer Beef Expo Jr. ShowExhibited by Lydia Dance, Hillsboro, OH

Champion Angus Steer Beef Expo Jr. ShowExhibited by Jordon Mullett, Coshocton, OH

Reserve Angus Heifer Beef Expo Jr. ShowExhibited by Will Harsh, Radnor, OH

Reserve Angus Steer Beef Expo Jr. ShowExhibited by Will Harsh, Radnor, OH


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Herman & Kathleen Howell Mark Householder, Herdsman: 330-303-7375 4200 Twp. Hwy 289 • Hammondsville, OH 43945 740-544-5861 • 96

2013 Ohio Angus Membership David & Kay Ayres Lucky Lane Farms P.O.Box 809 Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-393-6512 Farm/Cell: 937-763-2232 Highland County Cows:75

Jason & Ramona Ackerman 49177 Lewisville Northern Road Lewisville, OH 43754 740-567-3206 Monroe County Cows:40 Phil Ackerman Echo Hill Angus Farm 48804 Lewisville-Northern Road Lewisville, OH 43754 Farm/Cell: 740-260-8437 Monroe County Cows:25

Dr. Joe S. & Linda Bailey Jolin Angus Farm 5448 Jacksontown Rd. SE Newark, OH 43056 740-323-0937 Licking County Cows:17

Richard & Valorie Adams Circle A Farms 2634 Oak Hill Road Cutler, OH 45724 740-749-3510 Farm/Cell: 740-434-3220 Washington County Cows:35

C. Wayne Baird Baird Angus Farm 5838 Washington-Good Hope Road SE Washington C. H., OH 43160 740-335-6483 Farm/Cell: 740-572-7077 Fayette County Cows:16

Scott Alexander Rocking 3C Cattle Co. 16350 Kellogg Rd. Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-680-0634 Wood County

Kurt Baker KB Farms 46127 State Route 558 New Waterford, OH 44445 330-457-2414 Farm/Cell: 330-429-4442 Columbiana County Cows:8

Jason Andrews Andrews Cattle Company 5107 S. Jefferson Road Wooster, OH 44691 330-262-9186 Farm/Cell: 330-465-4796 Wayne County

Derek & Jennifer Bankey Bankey's Registered Angus Farm 7411 Milton Rd Custar, OH 43511 419-308-8627 Wood County Cows:30

Mike and Aaron Atterholt Atterholt Farms 408 Twp. Rd. 2252 Jeromesville, OH 44840 419-368-4035 Farm/Cell: 419-651-5293 Ashland County Cows:50 Mark D. Ault 568 Sugar Run Road Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-887-2191 Ross County

Danny Barber Jr. BC Cattle Farm 4527 Anderson Rd. Hillsboro, OH 45133 Farm/Cell: 513-479-4754 Highland County Cows:25 Kent & Joy Bauman Turkey Run Angus Farm 13270 State Route 348 Otway, OH 45657 937-587-5279 Farm/Cell: 937-217-6778 Adams County Cows:140



Barry Bauserman Maplebrook Farm 15200 Chipmunk Rd. Cumberland, OH 43732 740-872-4052 Muskingum County

Leroy Billman LEB Show Cattle 6919 St. Rt. 95 Fredericktown, OH 43019 Farm/Cell: 740-398-8795 Knox County


Dennis Bluck 55118 Township Road 154 West Lafayette, OH 43845 740-545-7347 Farm/Cell: 740-360-5860 Coshocton County Cows:90

John & Judy Benthien Benacres Angus Farms 5199 Long-Spurling Road Pleasant Plain, OH 45162 513-877-2335 Warren County Cows:40 John W. Berger Auburn Ridge Farm 408 Maple Drive Crestline, OH 44827 419-683-4435 Crawford County

Dr. Michael Borger Professor Emeritus, OSU ATI 10462 Hackett Rd Apple Creek, OH 44606 330-698-7301 Farm/Cell: Wayne County


John Bergfeld Pine Hill Farm 38100 Jackson Road Moreland Hills, OH 44022 440-247-7916 Farm/Cell: 216-445-4836 Cuyahoga County Cows:60

Charlie Boyd II Boyd Beef Cattle 6077 Helena Rd. May's Lick, KY 41055 606-763-6418 Farm/Cell: 606-584-5194 Mason County, KY Cows:150

Henry & Dona Bergfeld 3 Oaks P.O.Box 1 Summitville, OH 43962 330-223-1872 Columbiana County Cows:30

Robert E. Boyle Elmwood Farms P.O.Box 296 St. Clairsville, OH 43950 740-699-0881 Farm/Cell: 304-280-9000 Belmont County Cows:34

Kurt Bergman 13220 Rhynard-Fink Road Rossburg, OH 45362 937-338-6170 Darke County Cows:10

Lee & Tammie Brown Frog Run Farm 5460 Adamsville Road Zanesville, OH 43701 740-454-9933 Farm/Cell: 740-819-3060 Muskingum County Cows:20

Jon Berry Berry Farms 857 S. Mutual-Union Road Cable, OH 43009 937-653-6836 Farm/Cell: 937-409-6291 Champaign County Cows:50

Don Buck Buck Farms 2432 State Route 124 Coolville, OH 45723 740-667-6522 Farm/Cell: 740-440-0140 Athens County Cows:30

Kendall Bick 518 Beaver Avenue NE New Philadelphia, OH 44663 330-364-3154 Farm/Cell: 330-447-1582 Tuscarawas County Cows:10


Walter Burd/Rob Unkovic B & U Cattle 7360 Township Road 455 Loudonville, OH 44842 419-994-3960 Farm/Cell: 419-651-9844 Holmes County Cows:38

Richard Clarke D. C. Angus 9740 Cincinati-Dayton Road West Chester, OH 45069 513-615-0997 Farm/Cell: 513-779-2000 Butler County Cows:15

Keith, Phillip & Bryan Burgett Burgett Angus Farm LLC 1246 Antigua Road SW Carrollton, OH 44615 330-627-5414 Farm/Cell: 330-771-0482 Carroll County Cows:220

Jay S. & Debbie Clutter West Creek Farm 12667 Buckland Holden Road Wapakoneta, OH 45895 419-657-6804 Farm/Cell: 419-305-3702 Auglaize County

Burgett Family Lost Run Farm 3105 Lost Run Rd. Fredericktown, OH 43019 740-694-5559 Richland County Cows:12

Ron, Joe & Kay Cole Cole's Angus Farm 57 Lanik Road Bentleyville, PA 15314 724-258-2394 Washington County, PA

Gene & Myrna Busby B & B Acres 34060 Scio-Bowerston Road Bowerston, OH 44695 740-269-6662 Harrison County Cows:14

Dale E. Collins Yoker Valley Farms 59060 Yoker Valley Road Quaker City, OH 43773 740-679-3122 Farm/Cell: 740-679-3140 Guernsey County Cows:16


George & Nancy Collins Spring Hill Farms 51049 Rice Run Road Reedsville, OH 45772 740-667-3484 Farm/Cell: 740-541-2473 Meigs County Cows:40

Kenneth E. Bushong Bushong Farms 7515 Township Road 154 Kenton, OH 43326 419-675-2984 Hardin County Cows:20 Christy Campbell/Ron Rutan RC Show Cattle 7878 Dixon Road Eaton, OH 45320 Christy: 937-533-7051 Ron: 937-6031319 Preble County Cows:45

Mick Colvin Colvin Angus Farm 3532 St. Andreas Avon Park, FL 33825 419-853-1319 Farm/Cell: 330-465-0630 Wayne County Craig Corry Corry Farms 3309 Grinnell Road Xenia, OH 45385 937-767-9356 Farm/Cell: 937-776-6787 Greene County Cows:30

Alan & Traci Cassell Cassell Angus Farm 13099 Cassell Road Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 740-392-1667 Farm/Cell: 740-398-7671 Knox County Cows:50

Kenneth, Linda & Andrew Cranmer Cranmer Angus Farm 135 Hinchberger Rd. Butler, PA 16002 724-282-2561 Farm/Cell: 724-290-6699 Butler County, PA Cows:15


Steve Davis Steve Davis & Family 1420 Linson Road London, OH 43140 740-852-2749 Farm/Cell: 470-604-0685 Madison County Cows:25

Irvin Crider Crider Farms 1808 Irvin Road Elida, OH 45807 419-331-4432 Farm/Cell: 419-236-3265 Allen County Cows:10

Chris & Brittney Davis Davis Cattle Com. 11975 Staddens Bridge Rd. Newark, OH 43056 Farm/Cell: 740-637-8427 Licking County

Kyle Culp Ohio State University Beef Center 2029 Fyffe Rd. 122B Columbus, OH 43210 260-223-3578 Franklin County

Carlos and Sue Day Day's Valley Angus 8908 McGohan Road Georgetown, OH 45121 937-378-3592 Farm/Cell: 937-515-8829 Brown County Cows:25

Paul Dadosky Dadosky Farm 1093 Bennett Schoolhouse Rd Wheelersburg, OH 45694 740-820-8797 Farm/Cell: 740-285-8723 Scioto County Cows:3

Stephen Deger Deger Angus 2260 N. State Route 48 Lebanon, OH 45036 Farm/Cell: 513-464-1846 Warren County Cows:20

Henry & Barbara Dance Dance Family Angus 5720 US Route 50 Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-393-4766 Farm/Cell: 937-402-7765 Highland County Cows:85

Bob, Gail, Logan & Lincoln Deitrick L & L Angus 3815 Dietz Lane Zanesville, OH 43701 740-674-4610 Farm/Cell: 740-683-4530 Muskingum County Cows:25

Todd Davis Davis Show Cattle 5480 Airwood Drive Zanesville, OH 43701 Farm/Cell: 740-704-1269 Muskingum County Cows:45 Ronald E. Davis 1855 Perry Lane Frankfort, OH 45628 740-998-2685 Ross County

Charles R. Deitrick & Family Deitrick Farms 3920 Wayne Ridge Road Zanesville, OH 43701 740-674-6421 Farm/Cell: Muskingum County Cows:70


Robert & Dana Detling Shady Lane Farm 57018 Somerton Highway Barnesville, OH 43713 740-757-2494 Farm/Cell: Belmont County Cows:25

Gary Davis Davis Farms 9475 Kingston-Adelphi Rd. Kingston, OH 45644 740-642-3819 Farm/Cell: 740-601-4825 Ross County Cows:25

Ralph L. Dever Pebblecreek Angus 7080 State Route 139 Lucasville, OH 45648 937-470-0807 Farm/Cell: 937-219-4638 Scioto County Cows:25


Kevin & Shannon Endslow K+K Farms 2279 Township Rd. 505 Loudonville, OH 44842 419-651-8896 Ashland County Cows:20

Joe Dimmerling Buckeye Natural Angus Beef 23580 Bates Rd. Sarahsville, OH 43779 740-679-3230 Farm/Cell: 740-680-0897 Noble County Cows:150

Brent L. English English Farms 9859 Zion Church Road Elida, OH 45807 419-339-3417 Allen County

Bruce, Shannon, & Meredith Donnelly WD Cattle Company 13524 County Rd 95 Kenton, OH 43326 419-675-1103 Farm/Cell: 419-679-6361 Hardin County Cows:2

Chip & Tracie Enos Black Destiny Farm 67059 North 8th Street Road Cambridge, OH 43725 740-439-4828 Farm/Cell: 740-584-2727 Guernsey County

Michael and Elizabeth Duff Mountain Valley Farm 870 Fifteen Mile Creek Rd. Marietta, OH 45750 740-585-2584 Farm/Cell: Washington County Cows:40 Donald & Marilyn Duprey 115 Newman-Cardington Road W. Marion, OH 43302 740-389-4098 Marion County

John & Karen Enos J & K Angus & Meat Processing Farm 66985 N. 8th Street Road Cambridge, OH 43725 740-439-2538 Guernsey County Cows:25

Jeffrey & Mary Ellen Duprey JA-ME Angus 150 County Road 153 Waldo, OH 43356 740-726-2845 Farm/Cell: 740-360-2639 Morrow County Cows:25

Mike Estadt Estadt Angus 6936 Borror Rd. Orient, OH 43146 614-875-1522 Farm/Cell: 614-286-3374 Pickaway County Cows:60

Daniel L. Ebie 3072 Congess Lake Rd. Mogadore, OH 44260 330-678-2411 Portage County

Paul & Linda Fast R & F Farm 17216 Keister Road Laurelville, OH 43135 740-497-7109 Farm/Cell: 740-497-7109 Hocking County Cows:15

Paul Eggers Eggers Angus Farm 744 Lenhart Rd. Oak Hill, OH 45656 740-286-4387 Jackson County

David Felumlee Claylick Run Angus Genetics 11970 Cross Road SE Newark, OH 43056 740-763-4616 Farm/Cell: 740-404-3594 Licking County Cows:150


Kelvin Egner Egner Farms Angus 4555 Hazelbrush Road Shelby, OH 44875 419-347-7123 Farm/Cell: 419-295-6089 Richland County Cows:35

William E. Ferguson Calcutta Farms 14185 Old Fredericktown Rd. East Liverpool, OH 43920 330-385-6076 Farm/Cell: 330-853-9696 Columbiana County Cows:25


Allen & Susie Gahler Gahler Farms 641 N. Elliston Trowbridge Rd. Graytown, OH 43432 Farm/Cell: 419-350-2091 Ottawa County Cows:30

H. Rodney Ferguson Chippewa Valley Angus Farms 9927 Easton Rd. Rittman, OH 44270 330-927-0326 Farm/Cell: 330-697-7537 Wayne County Cows:150

Dwight Gerken Gerken's Green Acres 243 Road 10 Hamler, OH 43524 419-274-5322 Farm/Cell: 419-275-2414 Henry County Cows:20

John Ferguson Ferguson Show Cattle 10935 Wilson Mills Chardon, OH 44024 440-354-6842 Farm/Cell: 440-478-0782 Geauga County Cows:85

Jim Gibson Indian Springs Farm 68340 Mount Hermon Road Cambridge, OH 43725 740-439-2961 Farm/Cell: 740-517-1190 Guernsey County Cows:30

Mike & Jody Forman Granny Creek Farms 11500 Campbell Road Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 740-397-1700 Farm/Cell: 614-332-0746 Knox County Cows:75

Jeff & Michelle Glenn G & G Farm 2508 State Route 22 Somerset, OH 43783 740-743-1393 Perry County

Barrett & Chandra French Heritage Oak Cattle 6484 State Route 303 Wakeman, OH 44889 440-839-5251 Farm/Cell: 419-577-0131 Huron County

Donna Glenn Glenn Acres 9681 Twp Rd. 49 Mt. Perry, OH 43760 740-743-1049 Farm/Cell: 740-243-2448 Perry County Cows:5

Scott & Trish Fulmer Hidden Creek Farm 495 State Route 314 South Mansfield, OH 44903 419-529-4349 Farm/Cell: 419-295-0180 Richland County Cows:50 Francis Furbee Osage Angus 7810 Armstrong Road London, OH 43140 740-852-9235 Madison County


Landon & Grant Gough Gough Family Angus 2964 W 700 N Ridgeville, IN 47380 765-748-5032 Farm/Cell: 765-509-0174 Randolph County, IN Cows:45 Greenacres Farm 8255 Spooky Hollow Road Cincinnati, OH 45242 513-891-4227 Farm/Cell: 513-276-0005 Hamilton County Cows:45


Wes & Judy Gahler Gahler Farms 3295 N. Stange Road Graytown, OH 43432 419-862-2056 Farm/Cell: 419-351-3177 Ottawa County


Don Hange Accelerated Genetics - Ohio DSM 4313 Mechanicsburg Road Wooster, OH 44691 330-345-1328 Farm/Cell: 330-465-1515 Wayne County

John & Joanie Grimes Maplecrest Farms 2594 State Route 73 Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-764-1198 Farm/Cell: 937-763-6000 Highland County Cows:175

John Hanlin Hanlin Farms 9089 W. Balbec Rd Pennville, IN 47369 260-731-8725 Farm/Cell: 765-499-8233 Jay County, IN Cows:65

Josh Gruber 3843 Prospect-Richwood Road Richwood, OH 43344 Farm/Cell: 740-360-3584 Marion County Cows:10 Jim & Jeannine Gutzwiller J & J Tall Oaks 11985 Stone Mill Road Cincinnati, OH 45251 513-385-5023 Farm/Cell: 937-509-5719 Hamilton County

Charles & Shirlee Hara Hara Angus Farm 3217 Fisher Road Columbus, OH 43204 614-279-6834 Farm/Cell: 937-478-9000 Franklin County

Dean Haggard Copper Creek Canyon Cattle 235 N Jackson St. Winchester, IN 47394 Farm/Cell: 918-706-7352

Tim & Elizabeth Harsh HFS Angus 4721 State Route 203 Radnor, OH 43066 740-595-3543 Farm/Cell: 740-225-2443 Delaware County Cows:35

Rick Haines 29392 CR 22 Warsaw, OH 43844 740-502-0705 Farm/Cell: Coshocton County Cows:34

Bailey Harsh HFS Angus 4721 St Rt 203 Radnor, OH 43066 Farm/Cell: 740-272-1881 Delaware County

John & Dedra Hall & Family Wind Swept Acres 1043 County Road 153 Cardington, OH 43315 419-864-9406 Farm/Cell: 740-815-4337 Morrow County Cows:12

Ivan Hartschuh & Sons Brokensword Farms 1076 Brokensword Road Sycamore, OH 44882 419-562-8178 Crawford County Cows:19

Carl, Linda, Kevin & Cheryl Hampton Hampton Angus Farm 1252 Bluejack Lane Heath, OH 43056 740-323-4546 Farm/Cell: 740-644-0772 Licking County

Hauke Family Whiteoak View Farm 2315 Taylorsville Road Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-442-5932 Highland County


John & JoAnn D. Hausner JDH Cattle Company 5550 Pine Hill Road Dover, PA 17315 717-292-3053 Farm/Cell: 717-968-0971 York County


Alan & Susan Hazen Kick Wheel Acres 15760 N Rt. 329 Amesville, OH 45711 740-592-2816 Farm/Cell: 740-448-1151 Athens County Cows:15

Scott & Tammy Hill Hill Farms 56450 Sarahsville Road Senecaville, OH 43780 740-685-5312 Farm/Cell: 740-517-0789 Noble County

Bernard M. Heisner, General Mgr. COBA/Select Sires, Inc. 1224 Alton-Darby Creek Road Columbus, OH 43228 614-878-5333 Franklin County

Kevin & Gladys Hinds 6443 Everhart Road Newcomerstown, OH 43832 740-498-6240 Farm/Cell: 614-205-7173 Tuscarawas County Cows:25 Carl L. & Barbara J. Hinds Tower Hills Angus 9898 Stonecreek Road Newcomerstown, OH 43832 740-498-7856 Farm/Cell: 330-432-5592 Tuscarawas County Cows:25

Susan Hengehold Hengehold Dutchland Farm 4128 Cincinnati Brookville Road Hamilton, OH 45013 513-738-2903 Farm/Cell: 513-738-2903 Butler County Cows:10

Matt Hinson Way View Cattle Company 8683 Gale Road Hebron, OH 43025 740-404-1834 Farm/Cell: 740-928-3912 Licking County

Jim Herrell Herrell Farms 238 Township Road 101 Willow Wood, OH 45696 740-643-1027 Lawrence County Cows:40

Monte Hinton Hinton & Sons Angus Farm 1315 Sulphur Spring Road Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-775-3184 Farm/Cell: 740-649-7871 Ross County Cows:60

William Hicks DHH Cattle & Land 4493 County Rd. 17 South Point, OH 45680 740-867-0350 Farm/Cell: 740-550-6493 Lawrence County

Thomas H. Hisrich Laurel Hills Farm 13669 Linden Road SE Tippecanoe, OH 44699 740-254-4789 Tuscarawas County

Christopher Hilaman 5187 Butler Rd. Wakeman, OH 44889 440-839-2969 Farm/Cell: 419-541-0215 Huron County Cows:17


David Hofacre 2980 Crest Cir NW Massillon, OH 44647 Farm/Cell: 330-353-3726 Stark County Cows:40

Paul & Lynn Hill Champion Hill Inc. 11503 State Route 554 Bidwell, OH 45614 740-367-7021 Farm/Cell: 740-367-0678 Gallia County Cows:500

Lynn Holley Holley Land & Livestock 2850 County Road 62 Gibsonburg, OH 43431 419-823-3054 Farm/Cell: 419-637-2236 Wood County


Jim Hoover Pleasant Hill Farms 17494 Pinewood Trail NE Frazeysburg, OH 43822 740-828-2646 Farm/Cell: 740-348-6397 Licking County Cows:40

Terry & Becky Howland Meadow Lane Angus 12494 Friendsville Road Burbank, OH 44214 330-635-1621 Wayne County Cows:90

Bob & Nancy Hoovler Rolling Hills Farms 3437 State Route 67 Belle Center, OH 43310 937-464-9913 Farm/Cell: 937-538-1329 Hardin County Cows:80 m

Edith Hughes Jenlyn Cattle 1026 Wingfoot Lake Road Suffield, OH 44260 330-699-5857 Portage County Cows:11 Gary & Carol Hutchinson Boulder Farm 4720 National Road SW Hebron, OH 43025 740-927-4741 Licking County

Robert Horner TerrAqua Farm 12335 Sarbaugh Street SW Massillon, OH 44647 330-832-1193 Farm/Cell: 330-949-9910 Stark County Cows:24

Brad & Jeremy Hutchinson Hutchinson Farms 7770 Sugar Creek Rd. Lima, OH 45801 419-233-0214 Farm/Cell: 419-233-3978 Allen County Cows:14

Sam Hostetler Hostetler Farm 4085 Marbie Rd. East Rochester, OH 44625 330-894-7004 Carroll County Cows:23

David Hyde Hyde Farms 2426 County Rd 39 Bloomingdale, OH 43910 740-944-1023 Farm/Cell: 740-381-2699 Jefferson Cows:20

Mark & Tonia Householder Householder Angus 4029 Twp. Rd. 62 Hammondsville, OH 43930 Farm/Cell: 330-303-7375 Jefferson County Cows:18

Kenny Johnson 20601 Putney Ridge Road Salesville, OH 43778 740-679-2406 Farm/Cell: Guernsey County Cows:30

Shawn & Christina Howell Egner Farms Angus 4555 Hazelbrush Rd. Shelby, OH 44875 Farm/Cell: 419-921-9334 Richland County Cows:10

Gregory Johnson 9090 Randel Rd. Hanoverton, OH 44423 330-277-6476 Farm/Cell: Columbiana County Cows:3

Herman M. Howell Ridge View Farms 4200 Township Highway 289 Hammondsville, OH 43930 740-544-5861 Jefferson County Cows:55

Bruce Jones Circle J Angus 42529 Jones Dr. Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-1228 Farm/Cell: 740-228-8713 Monroe County Cows:20


Jamie King Kingsway Angus P.O. Box 136 Republic, OH 44867 Farm/Cell: 614-202-7998 Seneca County

Kevin & Robin Justice Jutice Family Angus Farm 16454 Hartford Rd. Sunbury, OH 43074 740-965-5261 Farm/Cell: 614-329-0452 Delaware Joe & Ginny Kasler Kasler Farms 15651 Hooper Ridge Road Millfield, OH 45761 740-448-4311 Athens County Cows:50

Kevin & Debbie Kleer Kleerview Farm 2454 Baughman Road Bellville, OH 44813 419-886-2029 Farm/Cell: 419-989-0105 Richland County Cows:60

Rich, Jill, Brent & Kathy Kasler Kasler Cattle Co. 14630 Hooper Ridge Road Millfield, OH 45761 740-448-7271 Farm/Cell: 740-590-8663 Athens County Cows:35

Chuck Kokiko Rolling Acres Registered Angus 518 Pinewood Drive Adena, OH 43901 740-546-4611 Farm/Cell: 740-391-0903 Jefferson County Cows:9

Keith & Carma Jo Kauffman Ke-Car Farms 25516 Snively Road Danville, OH 43014 740-599-6515 Farm/Cell: 740-504-4354 Knox County Cows:23

Joe Krajicek Massie Creek Cattle 2369 Tarbox Cemetary Rd. Cedarville, OH 45314 937-766-5810 Greene County

Scott Kiesel Kiesel Farms 5148 South County Rd. 47 New Riegel, OH 44853 419-447-5052 Farm/Cell: 419-618-8127 Seneca County Cows:40

Dean Kreager Cedar Hill Farm 13152 Kreager Road SE Newark, OH 43056 740-763-2680 Farm/Cell: 740-973-5540 Licking County Cows:20

John & Mary Lou King Kingsway Angus 3735 North Township Road 111 Tiffin, OH 44883 419-937-1864 Farm/Cell: 419-937-4148 Seneca County Cows:50

Ron Kreis Kreis Club Calves, Ron Kreis Auctioneer 6020 Dresden-Adamsville Road Adamsville, OH 43802 740-796-5242 Muskingum County Cows:35

Walter & Joyce King Walter King & Sons 860 County Road 119 Fremont, OH 43420 419-332-9774 Farm/Cell: 419-355-2912 Sandusky County

Bruce Kuhn Bruce Kuhn Angus 3367 Mud Pike Celina, OH 45822 419-852-5454 Mercer County



Jessica Lohr Paradise Corner Farm 1829 Parcher Rd. Bucyrus, OH 44820 419-562-5171 Farm/Cell: 419-569-4982 Crawford County

Gaylord & Kay Kutzley 8977 W. Yankee Road Morenci, MI 49256 517-458-7239 Lenawee County, MI Lake View Farm 18478 Sparrow Rd. Senecaville, OH 43780 740-630-7217 Guernsey County

David Long Kiata Farms 3107 Layhigh Road Hamilton, OH 45013 fax: 513-738-3933 Farm/Cell: 513-3834077 Butler County Cows:64


Larry Landis, Mgr. Stanleyville Cattle Co. 640 Stanleyville Narrows Rd. Whipple, OH 45788 Farm/Cell: 740-236-7550 Washington County

James & Nancy Loy James H. Loy 62239 S. 26 Rd. Bethesda, OH 43719 740-484-4463 Farm/Cell: 740-310-9395 Belmont County Cows:25

Ron & Sue LeBrun McConnel Creek Farm 13866 State Route 335 Lucasville, OH 45648 740-820-2470 Farm/Cell: 740-935-1199 Scioto County

C. Edwin & Ruth Ann Lucas 51820 Moore Ridge Road Jerusalem, OH 43747 740-926-1750 Monroe County Cows:20

Michael Lees Don-A-Rose Farms 5542 Canyon Rd. SE Hebron, OH 43025 740-929-0990 Farm/Cell: 740-404-1292 Licking County Cows:20

Thomas R. Lyon Lyon Farms 8776 State Route 775 Patriot, OH 45658 740-379-2468 Farm/Cell: 614-286-4934 Gallia County Cows:50

William B. Levering Sky High Farms 6180 Sparta Road Fredericktown, OH 43019 740-694-6078 Farm/Cell: 740-398-4560 Knox County

Doug & Cheryl Majors Majors Farms 750 Ginder Road Lancaster, OH 43130 740-756-7458 Farm/Cell: 513-464-0293 Fairfield County Cows:60

JB & Trish Levering 7650 Mt. Gilead Rd. Fredericktown, OH 43019 740-694-2697 Farm/Cell: 740-507-4865 Knox County

George & John Martin Misty View Angus 7198 Perry's Den Road Cumberland, OH 43732 740-638-3362 Farm/Cell: 740-630-8297 Guernsey County Cows:50

Dick & Sally Lewis Shanghigh Farms 9510 Keplar Ford Road Orient, OH 43146 614-877-4098 Farm/Cell: 614-214-6365 Pickaway County Cows:20

Eldon & Martha Martin 52680 Howell Road Cumberland, OH 43732 740-638-3191 Farm/Cell: 740-630-3391 Guernsey County Cows:50


David & Christine McCardle Black Acres Angus Farm 153 Black Angus Lane Moundsville, WV 26041 304-845-1189 Farm/Cell: 304-231-7722 Marshall County Cows:16

Steven, Gwyn, Tom & Ben McKinniss McKinniss Farms 3151 Codding Rd. Larue, OH 43332 740-499-2259 Marion County Cows:70

Mike & Vicky McCauley McCauley Family Cattle 60308 Claysville Road Cambridge, OH 43725 740-439-5318 Guernsey County Cows:30

Ben Mercer, II Mercer Angus 15979 Freed Street Minerva, OH 44657 330-868-6334 Farm/Cell: 330-844-2676 Stark County David & Cheri Miller Miller Angus Farm 3768 County Rd. 128 Lindsey, OH 43442 419-665-2251 Farm/Cell: 419-355-6986 Sandusky County Cows:15

Joe McCoy Pleasant View Farm 5505 Point Pleasant Rd. Ravenswood, WV 26164 304-834-7791 Jackson Co, WV Cows:20 James K. McCullough JSM Farms 479 Bernhard Road Columbus, OH 43213 614-235-5279 Franklin County

Dan & John Miller Milmere Angus 4432 Garling Road Luckey, OH 43443 419-833-7665 Farm/Cell: 419-376-3367 Wood County Cows:20

Dick & Bonnie McDonald Heartland Farms 4038 Woodville Road Leetonia, OH 44431 330-482-9961 Farm/Cell: 330-397-9980 Columbiana County Cows:45

James Miller Clay Ridge Farm 3490 Township Road 130 Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-9801 Farm/Cell: 330-763-1362 Holmes County Cows:30

Diane McDonald 3477 SR 247 Hillsboro, OH 45133 937-393-2916 Farm/Cell: 513-543-8794 Highland County Cows:10

Lee & Jason Miller Miller Family Angus 15310 N County Road 750 W Gaston, IN 47342 765-215-1177 Farm/Cell: 765-215-6078 Delaware County, IN Cows:25

Scott McDonald Heartland Farms 37633 Laughlin Rd. Lisbon, OH 44432 330-424-0889 Farm/Cell: 330-429-2566 Columbiana County Cows:6

Alain Miller Miller Angus 4186 S. Baker Rd. Lynchburg, OH 45142 513-464-2809 Highland


Ron & Kellie Miller Woodside Farms 11030 St. Route 197 Wapakoneta, OH 45895 419-657-6836 Farm/Cell: 419-230-3364 Auglaize County Cows:30

Martin & Jana Mussard MARS 10359 Dunham Rd Mount Vernon, OH 43050 Farm/Cell: 614-327-1821 Knox County Cows:70

A. Gary Miller & Jerry Miller Twin Hills Farms 8785 Dresden Road Dresden, OH 43821 740-754-1754 Farm/Cell: 740-819-3658 Muskingum County Cows:50

James L. Napier Napier Farms 3432 Love Road Felicity, OH 45120 513-876-3032 Clermont County

Dave Miracle Miracle Farm 1215 Hart Road Lebanon, OH 45036 513-934-0147 Farm/Cell: 937-746-9977 Warren County Cows:24

George & Eva Newell Newell Cattle Company 11065 New Salem Road Pleasantville, OH 43148 740-467-2325 Fairfield County Cows:20

Justin & Jordan Moore Toussaint River Angus Farm 2865 North State Route 19 Oak Harbor, OH 43449 419-898-1329 Farm/Cell: 419-351-1495 Ottawa County Cows:15

Michael & Rebecca Nickoli & Family Maple View Angus Farm 4674 Gibbs Road Norwalk, OH 44857 419-668-3548 Farm/Cell: 419-677-1194 Huron county Cows:8 Joe Nofzinger Jo-Kir-Bi Angus 5380 Pleasant Valley Road Manitou Beach, MI 49253 517-547-3438 Farm/Cell: 517-270-1903 Lenawaee County, MI

Ellis & Miriam Moren 3 Aces Farm 7225 Oak Grove Road Georgetown, OH 45121 937-378-6731 Farm/Cell: 937-213-2055 Brown County Cows:6 Lynn Mullett 37580 CR 33 Warsaw, OH 43844 740-824-4950 Coshocton


Gary Norman 15 Paula Ct. Fremont, OH 43420 419-334-3302 Sandusky County Ron Novak Novak Town Line Farm 4825 State Route 7 NE Burghill, OH 44404 330-772-3186 Farm/Cell: 479-586-7809 Trumbull County


Carl E. Murphy 3965 Meeker-Upper Sandusky Road Morral, OH 43337 567-232-2141 Marion County

Carl Oeder Oeder Limousin-Angus 507 Shawnan Rd Morrow, OH 45152 Farm/Cell: 513-317-9841 Warren County

Joe & Jo Ann Murtha Double J Farm 14075 State Route 374 Rockbridge, OH 43149 740-385-5483 Farm/Cell: 740-603-0234 Hocking County Cows:11


Don H. & Mida Peterson Rocking P Farm 6581 US Highway 33 E. Horner, WV 26372 304-269-3877 Lewis County, WV Cows:50

Carl E. Opelt, Jr. Track Line Farm 4351 County Road 28 Woodville, OH 43469 419-849-3144 Farm/Cell: 419-265-4786 Sandusky County Cows:15 Van & Shane Orians Orians Land & Cattle LTD. 501 Front Street Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 419-294-3833 Farm/Cell: 419-310-0899 Wyandot County Cows:20

Eldon Pfleiderer 767 Meadowood Court Galion, OH 44833 419-468-5157 Farm/Cell: 419-563-6348 Crawford County Cows:15

Larry & Becky Orndorff Aim-Hi Farm 3470 Piper Road Zanesville, OH 43701 740-453-3146 Muskingum County Cows:16

Duane & Sandy Plymale Slate Run Farm 926 Camba Road Jackson, OH 45640 Farm/Cell: 740-418-0633 Jackson County Cows:35

Curt, Tonya & Brandee Painter Painter Farms 2818 Blacks Road Hebron, OH 43025 740-929-2944 Licking County Cows:25

Todd Raines Raines Farm 2667 Nichols Ridge Road Seaman, OH 45679 937-386-2627 Farm/Cell: 937-386-2031 Adams County Cows:200

Curt P. Painter Painter Farms P.O.Box 713 Hebron, OH 43025 740-928-0561 Farm/Cell: 740-404-8096 Licking County

Dale Rains Rains Angus 290 Drake Rd. Mercer, PA 16137 724-748-4117 Farm/Cell: 724-854-7200 Mercer County, PA Cows:45

Brian & Sarah Palmer BS Angus Farm 4208 Hill Rd. Dresden, OH 43821 740-404-0730 Muskingum County

Mike and Russ Ramsden Wolfe Farms LLC P.O. Box 146 Sabina, OH 45169 Farm/Cell: 937-603-3856 Clinton County


Harrison Patton Shawnee Farm 12110 Devil's Hole Road Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-354-8596 Farm/Cell: 419-308-0055 Wood County Cows:1

William & Esther Rapp Wagon Wheels Show Cattle 1193 County Rd. 32 Gibsonburg, OH 43431 419-637-2830 Farm/Cell: 419-307-2833 Sandusky County Cows:30

Frederick M. Penick Way-View Farms 3264 Refugee Road Hebron, OH 43025 740-928-3912 Farm/Cell: 740-404-1832 Licking County Cows:300


Tim Rogers Hidden Spring Farm 850 Edwards St. West Lafayette, Oh 43845 740-545-9492 Farm/Cell: 740-502-5159 Coshocton County Cows:20

John Rech & Son Rech Angus Farm Inc. 3620 State Route 821 Whipple, OH 45788 740-373-6942 Farm/Cell: 740-525-0330 Washington County Richard & Lois Reimer Reimer Angus 5760 Fox Lake Road Smithville, OH 44677 330-669-3155 Wayne County

Lincoln Rowell/Ron Merritt R & M Cattle Co. 3344 Bays Road Risingsun, OH 43457 419-457-6895 Farm/Cell: 419-266-4363 Wood County Cows:12

James M. Rentz Creek Side Farm 1005 West Vine Street Coldwater, OH 45828 419-678-2779 Farm/Cell: 937-477-5347 Mercer County Cows:12

John D. Rozenek Rozenek Angus 8260 State Highway 151 Rayland, OH 43943 740-733-8516 Jefferson County Cows:50

Bruce & Beverly Riddle Irish Ridge Farm 621 Township Road 100, P.O. Box 69 Mt. Pleasant, OH 43939 740-769-2647 Farm/Cell: 740-310-1079 Jefferson County Cows:35

Carroll L. Ruff Green Meadow Farm 26 Boggs School Road Patriot, OH 45658 740-379-2824 Farm/Cell: 740-645-4085 Gallia County Cows:40

Jim & Terri Rieman 4R Farms 5379 Beam Rd. Crestline, OH 44827 419-683-2628 Farm/Cell: 419-295-5385 Richland County Cows:15

Melissa, Joe & Sharon Sanders Sanders Skylight Farm 5959 Hay Road Harrod, OH 45850 419-648-3233 Farm/Cell: 567-204-0062 Allen County Cows:29

Randy & Amy Roberts Borderline Farm 215 Roberts Lane McConnelsville, OH 43756 740-962-4440 Morgan County Cows:25

David Scholl/Paula Ruppert Scholl Angus Farm 2867 W. Factory Road Springboro, OH 45066 937-748-0707 Warren County Cows:10

Bill & Beverly Roe Pedro's Angus 2151 Harris Road Hamilton, OH 45013 513-726-6540 Farm/Cell: 513-839-0656 Butler County

Terry & Cindy Schuh Home Acres Farm, Inc. 1823 Hart Rd. Lebanon, OH 45036 Farm/Cell: 513-315-4419 Warren County Cows:50


Walter Skidmore 6170 Lake Road Medina, OH 44256 330-723-3793 Medina County

Steven Seals Seals Farm 1201 Bonniebrook Drive Miamisburg, OH 45342 937-866-0554 Montgomery County Cows:2

Jean Ann Slicker Darije Farm 9535 Hill Church Street SE East Canton, OH 44730 330-488-1843 Stark County Cows:11

Jim & Nancy Secrest Nobleland Farm 13496 Lincoln Highway Caldwell, OH 43724 740-732-5324 Farm/Cell: 740-581-2000 Noble County Cows:20

Richard & Gladys Slicker Darije Farm 5209 Ravenna Avenue SE East Canton, OH 44730 330-488-0818 Farm/Cell: 330-488-1843 Stark County Cows:12

George B. Seimer 28500 Kime Holderman Road Circleville, OH 43113 740-332-3785 Pickaway County Cows:30

William & Jeff Small Small's Farms 14933 Gilchrist Road Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 740-397-8089 Farm/Cell: 740-397-2006 Knox County Cows:100

Mike Shanahan Shanahan Cattle Promotions P.O. Box 338 Ghent, NY 12075 Farm/Cell: 518-598-8869 Columbia County, NY

Roger R. Smith Larr Farm 17586 Brushy Fork Rd SE Heath, OH 43056 740-763-3137 Licking County Cows:30

Thomas R. Sheaffer Sheaffer Angus Farm 18299 State Highway 231 Nevada, OH 44849 740-465-4011 Wyandot County Cows:22

Bryan R. Smith 5668 Gratiot Road SE Heath, OH 43056 740-787-1881 Licking County

Earl L. & Ardith Shriner Shriner Angus 2128 Township Road 184 SW Junction City, OH 43748 740-987-5055 Farm/Cell: 740-605-3372 Perry County Cows:45

Earl & Joan Smith Smith Angus 2055 Wyandot Road Bucyrus, OH 44820 419-562-9378 Crawford County

Steven & Kelly Sigler Roads End Angus 12490 Township Road 504 Big Prairie, OH 44611 330-378-5944 Farm/Cell: 330-466-2852 Holmes County Cows:23

Barry & Nancy Snook Nobleland Farm 13703 Chapel Drive Caldwell, OH 43724 740-732-2563 Noble County

Larry Simmons & Matthew Atha Larry Simmons Farms PO Box 499 Coolville, OH 45723 740-667-6203 Farm/Cell: 740-645-4301 Athens County





Thomas J. Snyder Snyder Angus Farm 64044 Hunter Belmont Road Belmont, OH 43718 740-484-1067 Belmont County Cows:12

Roger Sundberg ABS Global Inc. 2252 S. Swinehart Rd. Apple Creek, OH 44606 330-698-3038 Farm/Cell: 330-466-2588 Wayne County

Richard S. & S. Reed Sour Carriage Hill Farms 214 Lafayette Avenue Urbana, OH 43078 937-653-5039 Farm/Cell: 937-869-0751 Champaign County Cows:30

Sutherly Bros. LLC 6100 E. State Route 41 Troy, OH 45373 937-339-7296 Farm/Cell: 937-875-0259 Miami County Cows:205

Paul W. Southall Southall Farms 7150 East Kittle Lane Glouster, OH 45732 740-767-4028 Morgan County

Walter & Eloise Sutton Walter Sutton Angus 9995 Rural Dale Road Blue Rock, OH 43720 740-674-4941 Muskingum County Cows:30

Howard & Patti Spengler Woodview Angus 48455 Keylor Hill Road Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-5313 Farm/Cell: 740-213-0880 Monroe County Cows:50

Matt & Jenny Sykes Sykes Angus Farm 13600 Egypt Pike Clarksburg, OH 43115 740-993-2016 Farm/Cell: 740-649-0037 Ross County Cows:25

Darrin Spreng C&D Farms/Bears Valley Angus 2595 CR 457 Loudonville, OH 44842 419-994-4764 Farm/Cell: 419-651-1044 Ashland Cows:22

Lynnelle Thompson-Zimmerman 45036 St. Rt. 46 New Waterford, OH 44445 330-482-9773 Columbiana County Cows:20 Gene Topp Topp Notch Farm 6672 County Road 66A New Bremen, OH 45869 419-629-3360 Farm/Cell: 419-733-5274 Auglaize County Cows:30

Douglas Stephen Stephen Farms 50637 State Route 145 Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-0937 Farm/Cell: 740-391-1508 Monroe County Ron Stewart 8487 4 Mile State Line Rd Eaton, OH 45320 937-456-7868 Farm/Cell: 937-533-0343 Preble County Cows:15

Tom & Joan Traxler Basswood Farms 14410 County Road N-65 Pioneer, OH 43554 419-485-3894 Farm/Cell: Williams County Cows:20

William C. Strayer Strayer Angus Farms 10270 Zion Church Road Elida, OH 45801 419-339-4845 Allen County

Wes Untied & Family Highland Farms, Ltd. 4650 Granview Road Granville, OH 43055 740-587-2940 Licking County


Fred Walter Maysville Meadows 10897 Maysville Williams Road Logan, OH 43138 740-385-6510 Farm/Cell: 740-974-7530 Hocking County Cows:10

Gary E. Vaughn Vaughn's Angus 6262 Wedgewood Road Medina, OH 44256 330-722-6217 Farm/Cell: 330-242-3840 Medina County Cows:10 Nathan Vidovich HJF Horse Hay Cattle Co PO box 2398 East Liverpool, OH 43920 724-643-4197 Farm/Cell: 330-277-0195 Columbiana County

Douglas E. Walton & Family Bonny Vale Angus Farm 2842 County Hwy 35 Sycamore, OH 44882 419-927-2277 Wyandot County Cows:15

Mike & Eloise Vogel River Acres Stock Farm 19272 Claus Road St. Marys, OH 45885 419-394-4379 Farm/Cell: 419-560-2028 Auglaize County

Gabe & Melanie Wanchick G Wanchick & Son 882 Congress Lane Suffield, OH 44260 330-628-0614 Farm/Cell: 330-352-5512 Portage County Cows:15

Nick, Darlene, Jeri & Casey Wagner Wagner Angus Farm 13257 E. County Road 56 Attica, OH 44807 419-426-1406 Farm/Cell: 419-618-8645 Seneca County Cows:62

Gary G. Waters Lazy G Farm 151 Anderson Lane Waterford, OH 45786 740-896-2385 Farm/Cell: 740-525-0617 Washington County

Marie E. Wagner 1811 County Road 59 Fremont, OH 43420 419-332-3861 Sandusky County

Arthur Weaver Weaver Farms 9779 New Road North Jackson, OH 44451 330-538-2650 Mahoning County Cows:15

Mike & Kim Wagner Wagner Livestock 111 East Marietta Street Woodsfield, OH 43793 740-472-2070 Monroe County Cows:30

Joyce, Mark, David Weiser Weiser Farms 4030 Pinecrest Drive Zanesville, OH 43701 740-452-9811 Farm/Cell: 740-819-3819 Muskingum County Cows:130

Sandra Ann Wallace Green Maples Farms 2922 State Route 635 Kansas, OH 44841 419-986-5059 Farm/Cell: 419-307-6734 Sandusky County

Dan Wells Wells Livestock 625 Cattail Rd. Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-779-9584 Farm/Cell: 740-505-3843 Ross County Cows:50

Roma Wallace Green Maples Farms LLC 3918 County Road 13 Burgoon, OH 43407 419-986-5290 Sandusky County


Dee Ann Wiseman Wiseman Livestock Farm 2237 Newlon Rd. Malta, OH 43758 740-962-2647 Morgan County Cows:20

Kevin & Megan Wendt Elmwood Place 23855 State Route 161 Irwin, OH 43029 614-566-1599 Union County Cows:6

Leonard Wogan Jr. & Family Wogan Farm 2150 Blacks Road Hebron, OH 43025 740-928-8007 Licking County Cows:15

Benjamin D. Whitehead Whitehead Angus Farms 3255 Hayes Road SW Granville, OH 43023 740-501-0553 Licking County Cows:35

Roger & Karen Wolf Wolf Show Cattle 8396 Wolf Road Morenci, MI 49256 517-458-6215 Farm/Cell: 517-401-0621 Lenawaee County, MI Cows:70

Marion Whitehead Whitehead Angus Farms 1353 A Frasure Drive Newark, OH 43055 740-344-6538 Farm/Cell: 740-644-8500 Licking County Cows:40

John M. Woodruff F/W Farm 3190 Old Oxford Road Hamilton, OH 45013 513-638-3244 Butler County

Chad & Cheryl Wildman Auchsu Lenno Farm 10023 State Route 193 Farmdale, OH 44417 330-876-8510 Trumbull County

Mary J. Woodruff & Son Chris-Lee Farm 1127 Kennard-Kingscreek Road Urbana, OH 43078 937-652-3711 Farm/Cell: 937-652-3690 Champaign County Cows:25

Gary Wilson Green Valley Angus 2825 Wilson Place New Concord, OH 43762 740-872-3468 Muskingum County Cows:50 Joe Winget Blackhoof Creek Angus 3290 Hosner Rd Dryden, MI 48428 810-706-6120 Lapeer County, MI


Tom F. Woodward III Oakwood Farm 1743 Pleasant Hill Road Gallipolis, OH 45631 740-379-2137 Farm/Cell: 740-339-2844 Gallia County Cows:50 Kurt Wynn Wynn's Angus Farm 1078 Township Road 984 Ashland, OH 44805 419-281-3877 Farm/Cell: 419-651-5742 Ashland County Cows:49


James L. & Sharon Winter Paradise Cattle Company 5839 Ashville-Fairfield Road Ashville, OH 43103 740-983-2755 Farm/Cell: 740-808-1365 Pickaway County Cows:75

Michael L. Yerkes La Vista Farm 2275 Morgan Ross Road Hamilton, OH 45013 513-738-3002 Butler County Cows:20


Lillian Yontz Thistle Farms, LLC 14165 Walhonding Road Senecaville, OH 43780 740-685-5119 Farm/Cell: 740-685-1660 Guernsey County Cows:300



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Treasurer, Cheryl Miller * 3768 County Rd. 128 * Lindsey, OH 43442 Ph: 419-665-2251

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2013 Ohio Angus Media Kit & Advertising Opportunities Directory/Handbook Advertising

• Membership directory with Ohio Angus Association, Jr. Association, and Ladies Auxiliary information, show and sale info, calendar, breeder tools, activity results and photos, and advertisements • Published annually in March. Mailed directly to all members and advertisers. • Additional copies distributed throughout Ohio and surrounding states at shows, sales, and industry events • Ad design services are available, additional charges apply



full page 1/2 page

Black/white $225 $130

live area 5.5 x 8.5 5.5 x 4.25

Full Color $385 $225

bleed 1/8 in. (.125) 1/8 in. (.125)

11% discount for ads received by deadline in copy ready (PDF) format Ads should be submitted in high resolution (300dpi) PDF.

Deadlines / Page selection

• Premium pages / buyers choice page selection to be sold at auction, Saturday, February 2, 2013 at Ohio Angus annual banquet • Confidential bids will be accepted if you cannot attend auction - minimum bid $250 • Auction purchased ads include ad placement, design/layout, and color charges with no additional fees • Full color pages are limited availability and usually sell out at auction • February 8 - Deadline to reserve ad space • February 15 - Deadline for plans and materials to be submitted for Ad design / layout assistance • February 17 - Copy ready (PDF) ad deadline

Newsletter and Website Advertising

• Published 11 times per year (February - January) Approximate mail date is the 5th. E-mailed on or near 5th to E-list members • Copy Ready Ad Deadline is the 20th of the preceding month • Ad design services - submit plans by the 10th of the preceding month, additional charges apply • Ads from other publications - submit order instruction by the 20th of preceding month, fees may apply • Ads will appear on “featured ads” on front page of web site for 30 days prior to event or specified date • Business card ads will appear on website “advertising” page for 1 year (may be purchased at pro-rated price any time.) • Pricing is for copy ready ads in PDF format. Newsletter is printed black and white -ads may be submitted in color and will be used in color for web/email versions • Print ads should be submitted in high resolution (300dpi) PDF format, in full color if desired, printer will convert to grayscale • Angus sale advertisers will receive free sale and fieldman services with the placing of 2 full page ads. • Must be current Ohio Angus member to advertise cattle sales, and content must relate to sale of Angus cattle.

Size full page 1/2 page Bus Card

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Classified Newsletter Marketplace Advertising • one 50 word ad free per membership per year • others $10 for 30 days with 50 word max, $5 per additional 10 words, $5 per picture or link

Additional Advertising Services E-Mail Blasts

• One time e-mail with or without attachment • Sent to all Ohio Angus E-Blast list, including Ohio Angus member and Angus breeders from surrounding states. (App. 900 emails) • $100 per e-mail / $50 with purchase of full page news ad • Email submitted as high resolution JPeg at 1800 x 2700 pixels.

Direct Mailings / Mail List Access

• The membership and other mailing lists are the sole property of the Ohio Angus Assocation and may not be duplicated or used in any manner without proper consent. • Members or business advertisers may conduct special mailings through the Ohio Angus Association, for $150 plus printing and mailing costs • Under no circumstances will the mailing list be distributed via hard copy or electronic to to anyone other than the printer of choice for the mailing.

*All prices and regulations subject to change, as determined by the Ohio Angus Association board of directors*


Checklist For A

SUCCESSFUL CONSIGNMENT SALE Owning seed-stock Angus cattle can be a very rewarding experience. A great deal of time, hard work and planning go into building a successful program. A sound and pro-active marketing plan will provide you with even more enjoyment and a “leg-up” on the competition, regardless of the size of your operation. Today’s cattle industry is a global one; tailor your marketing efforts for both local and national buyers. Planning and preparation are the number one components of a successful consignment. Start brainstorming possible consignments months before the sale chairperson contacts you or you contact them. Your management and breeding decisions play a large role in this planning and preparation process. When completing your AI work, keep in mind how these decisions will affect your offering. Keeping daily accurate records will benefit your program and assist the sale manager. For your review, here is a suggested time table for the necessary steps to a successful consignment.


• Review your cow herd, make list of potential consignments. • Double check ages, breeding information and pedigrees to assist in narrowing down your list. • Contact sale chairperson/ sale manager with your interest in consigning to the sale and provide them the information on your potential consignment for their review. • Make the necessary arrangement to get the consignment(s) bred and/or pregnancy checked. If and when possible, use ultrasound for pregnancy and calf-sex; ultrasound gives you a more accurate age of the fetus and sometimes can determine sex of the fetus. A confirmed heifer calf fetus could potentially add more value to the offering.


• Make final selection of consignments. • Make sure all consignments, including calves at side, are registered. This allows the sale manager access to the most up-to-date information, such as EPDs, on your consignments and allow for a smooth registration transfer process to please both the buyer and seller. • If you are interested, arrange to photograph your consignment, either by contacting a professional cattle photographer or your sale manager. A good photograph of your lot allows the sale manager and you to showcase your consignment to potential buyers nationwide. A quality picture will place the dollars back in your pocket. • Promptly submit registration numbers, breeding information, photos, support photos, performance pedigrees and footnote information to the sale manager. If you are not comfortable writing a footnote, provide all pertinent information to the sale manager. You know your cattle and their bloodlines better than anyone; providing the sale manager this information will provide insight into the strengths of your consignment. • As part of a consignment sale, a sale manager handles a large part of the sale advertising. However, you may choose to also place your own ads to highlight your consignment, especially on premier consignments. If you do choose to place additional advertising, start thinking of publications in which to place the ad, the size, whether color is desired, content etc. Typically, your sale manager is set up to assist you in developing and placing ads.



• Sale manager finishes putting the catalog together and it is sent to the printer. • Separate sale offering from the rest of your herd, and give them some extra attention and feed. • Buyers prefer cattle that are in optimal condition, not too fat...not too thin. Top pedigrees and production records alone will not always sway a buyer if your consignment is too thin or in poor condition. • Watch for consignor pre-sale mailers from the sale chairperson and sale manager with information and instructions for the up coming sale.


• Remain in contact with the sale manager; discuss potential buyers, past buyers and your price expectations, so everyone is on the same page. • Complete necessary health work and obtain a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI). To ensure that your consignments are eligible to sell into almost any state, they are required to be tested negative or come from a documented “free herd” for both Tuberculosis (TB) and Brucellosis (Bangs). T.B. and Bangs testing must be done Within 30 days of the sale. Every state has slightly different requirements for what ages must be tested and what documentation is required from a “free herd”, so work closely with your vet and the sale manager to ensure your consignments are eligible. • Matching ear tags are mailed to all consignors from the sale manager. • Request paper copies of Registration Papers, if yours are stored electronically. • Catalogs are mailed app. 3 weeks before the sale; work with the sale manager to ensure copies are mailed to any new potential buyers and request several additional copies for you to distribute. • You can maximize sale results by contacting past buyers directly. Mail them an extra catalog with a letter highlighting your consignment(s), produce a flyer with additional information about your consignment or call/visit with them, making sure they received a catalog, offering to answer any questions and inviting them to attend the sale.


• Clip or make arrangements to have your consignments clipped. Well presented & clipped consignments will draw more attention from potential buyers. If you need help, contact the sale manager. They can put you in touch with someone who has experience Clipping cattle. • Double check that all consignments are tattooed and match their registration papers, apply your sale ear tags and remove any additional old ear tags. Typically, this can easily be done when the cattle are in the chute to be clipped.


• Make sure consignments are clean and presentable. • Arrive on time at the sale location and have all the necessary paperwork including: signed & completed registration papers, Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), test results for T.B. & Bangs and any updated breeding, calving or production information to be included on the update sheet. • Upon arrival, check in with the Sale Manager and present all necessary paperwork. (Offer to assist with stalling and sorting of all consignments.)


• Arrive early, make sure your consignments are fed and watered. • Visit with potential buyers and answer any questions they might have. • Assist during and after the sale, by running lots to and from the sale ring. It takes the efforts of all consignors to make sure the sale runs smoothly. • After the sale, stick around and help load out, clean up and tear down. Especially, picking up after yourself, as many consignment sales are hosted by another consignor or fellow breeder.


American Angus Association® Selection Tools Expected Progeny Difference (EPD), is the prediction of how future progeny of each animal are expected to perform relative to the progeny of other animals listed in the database. EPDs are expressed in units of measure for the trait, plus or minus. Interim EPDs may appear on young animals when their performance has yet to be incorporated into the American Angus Association National Cattle Evaluation (NCE) procedures. This EPD will be preceded by an “I”, and may or may not include the animal’s own performance record for a particular trait, depending on its availability, appropriate contemporary grouping, or data edits needed for NCE. Accuracy (ACC), is the reliability that can be placed on the EPD. An accuracy of close to 1.0 indicates higher reliability. Accuracy is impacted by the number of progeny and ancestral records included in the analysis.


Calving Ease Direct (CED), is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births, with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in first-calf heifers. It predicts the average difference in ease with which a sire’s calves will be born when he is bred to first-calf heifers. Birth Weight EPD (BW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit birth weight to his progeny compared to that of other sires. Weaning Weight EPD (WW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit weaning growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires. Residual Average Daily Gain (RADG), feed efficiency expressed in pounds per day, is a predictor of a sire’s genetic ability for postweaning gain in future progeny compared to that of other sires, given a constant amount of feed consumed. Yearling Weight EPD (YW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires. Yearling Height EPD (YH), is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling height, expressed in inches, compared to the that of other sires. Scrotal Circumference EPD (SC), expressed in centimeters, is a predictor of the difference in transmitting ability for scrotal size compared to that of other sires. Docility (DOC), is expressed as a difference in yearling cattle temperament, with a higher value indicating more favorable docility. It predicts the average difference of progeny from a sire in comparison with another sire’s calves.


Heifer Pregnancy (HP), is a selection tool to increase the probability or chance of a sire’s daughters becoming pregnant as first–calf heifers during a normal breeding season. A higher EPD is the more favorable direction, and the EPD is reported in percentage units. Calving Ease Maternal (CEM), is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in first-calf daughters. It predicts the average ease with which a sire’s daughters will calve as first-calf heifers when compared to daughters of other sires. Maternal Milk EPD (Milk), is a predictor of a sire’s genetic merit for milk and mothering ability as expressed in his daughters compared to daughters of other sires. In other words, it is that part of a calf’s weaning weight attributed to milk and mothering ability. Mature Weight EPD (MW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of the difference in mature weight of daughters of a sire compared to the daughters of other sires. Mature Height EPD (MH), expressed in inches, is a predictor of the difference in mature height of a sire’s daughters compared to daughters of other sires.


Cow Energy Value ($EN), expressed in dollars savings per cow per year, assesses differences in cow energy requirements as an expected dollar savings difference in daughters of sires. A larger value is more favorable when comparing two animals (more dollars saved on feed energy expenses). Components for computing the cow $EN savings difference include lactation energy requirements and energy costs associated with differences in mature cow size.


The genetic evaluation produces a single set of EPDs for carcass weight, marbling score, Ribeye area and fat thickness. The units of measure are in carcass trait format and analyzed on an age-constant basis.

Carcass Weight EPD (CW), expressed in pounds is a predictor of the differences in hot carcass weight of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires. Marbling EPD (Marb), expressed as a fraction of the difference in USDA marbling score of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires. Ribeye Area EPD (RE), expressed in square inches, is a predictor of the difference in ribeye area of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires. Fat Thickness EPD (Fat), expressed in inches, is a predictor of the differences in external fat thickness at the 12th rib (as measured between the 12th and 13th ribs) of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.


$Value indexes, are multi-trait selection indexes to assist beef producers by adding simplicity to genetic selection decisions. $Values are reported in dollars per head, where a higher value is more favorable. The $Value is an estimate of how future progeny of each sire are expected to perform, on average, compared to progeny of other sires in the database if the sires were randomly mated to cows and if calves were exposed to the same environment.

Weaned Calf Value ($W), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for pre-weaning merit. $W includes both revenue and cost adjustments associated with differences in birth weight, weaning direct growth, maternal milk, and mature cow size. Feedlot Value ($F), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for postweaning merit compared to progeny of other sires. Grid Value ($G), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for carcass grid merit compared to progeny of other sires. Quality Grade ($QG) represents the quality grade segment of the economic advantage found in $G. $QG is intended for the specialized user wanting to place more emphasis on improving quality grade. The carcass marbling (Marb) EPD, which is influenced by carcass marbling scores and ultrasound percent intramuscular fat (% IMF) measurements, contribute to $QG. Yield Grade ($YG) $YG represents the yield grade segment of the economic advantage found in $G. $YG is intended for the specialized user wanting to place more emphasis on red meat yield. It provides a multi-trait approach to encompass ribeye, fat thickness and weight into an economic value for red meat yield. $G combines both $QG and $YG, and may be the best carcass decision tool for focusing on quality and red meat yield simultaneously. Beef Value ($B), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for postweaning and carcass value compared to progeny of other sires.


Bull Hip Height (inches) Frame Score Age in Months 3 4 5 37.5 39.5 6 38.8 40.8 7 40.0 42.1 8 41.2 43.2 9 42.3 44.3 10 43.3 45.3 11 44.2 46.2 12 45.0 47.0 13 45.8 47.8 14 46.5 48.5 15 47.1 49.1 16 47.6 49.6 17 48.1 50.1 18 48.5 50.5 19 48.8 50.8 20 49.1 51.0 21 49.2 51.2

Frame Score 5 6 41.6 43.6 42.9 44.9 44.1 46.1 45.2 47.2 46.3 48.3 47.3 49.3 48.2 50.2 49.0 51.0 49.8 51.8 50.4 52.4 51.1 53.0 51.6 53.6 52.0 54.0 52.4 54.4 52.7 54.7 53.0 55.0 53.2 55.1

7 45.6 46.9 48.1 49.3 50.3 51.3 52.2 53.0 53.8 54.4 55.0 55.6 56.0 56.4 56.7 56.9 57.1

8 47.7 48.9 50.1 51.3 52.3 53.3 54.2 55.0 55.8 56.4 57.0 57.5 58.0 58.4 58.7 58.9 59.1

9 49.7 51.0 52.2 53.3 54.3 55.3 56.2 57.0 57.7 58.4 59.0 59.5 60.0 60.3 60.6 60.9 61.0

Heifer Hip Height (inches) Frame Score Age in Months 3 4 5 37.2 39.3 6 38.2 40.3 7 39.2 41.2 8 40.1 42.1 9 40.9 42.9 10 41.6 43.7 11 42.3 44.3 12 43.0 45.0 13 43.6 45.5 14 44.1 46.1 15 44.5 46.5 16 44.9 46.9 17 45.3 47.2 18 45.6 47.5 19 45.8 47.7 20 46.0 47.9 21 46.1 48.0

Frame Score 5 6 41.3 43.4 42.3 44.4 43.3 45.3 44.1 46.2 44.9 47.0 45.7 47.7 46.4 48.4 47.0 49.0 47.5 49.5 48.0 50.0 48.5 50.5 48.9 50.8 49.2 51.1 49.5 51.4 49.7 51.6 49.8 51.8 50.0 51.9 128

7 45.5 46.5 47.4 48.2 49.0 49.7 50.4 51.0 51.5 52.0 52.4 52.8 53.1 53.4 53.6 53.7 53.8

8 47.5 48.5 49.4 50.2 51.0 51.7 52.4 53.0 53.5 54.0 54.4 54.8 55.1 55.3 55.5 55.6 55.7

9 49.6 50.6 51.5 52.3 53.0 53.8 54.4 55.0 55.5 56.0 56.4 56.7 57.0 57.3 57.4 57.6 57.7


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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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


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



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

*Due dates are based on a 283 day gestation interval of Angus based Cattle.

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


Gestation Table



Index To Advertisers ABS Global................................... Accelerated Genetics................... Angus Hall of Fame...................... Angus Productions, Inc................ Bankey Registered Angus............ Best of Both Worlds Sale.............. Black Swamp Angus Assoc.......... Boyd Beef Cattle........................... Burgett Angus Farm...................... Cargill Animal Nutrition................. Champion Hill............................... Chippewa Valley Angus................ Claylick Run Angus Genetics....... COBA/Select Sires....................... Copper Creek Canyon Cattle....... Cotton & Associates..................... Creek Side Farm.......................... Dameron Angus............................ Eastern Ohio Angus Assoc........... Eby Trailers................................... Egner Farms Angus...................... ErReR Hill Farm........................... Farm Credit Mid-America............. Gahler Farms............................... Genex/CRI.................................... Green Maples Farm...................... HFS Angus................................... Heart of Ohio Angus Assoc.......... Heritage Co-Op............................ Highland Enterprises.................... Highland Farms, Ltd..................... Home Acres.................................. Howell Cattle Co........................... Hubbard Feeds.............................

44 37 28 35 6 50 58 32 22 43 5 8 IFC 19 30 18 27 24 59 31 4 29 48 14 45 21 9 60 47 37 16 10 42 53

Kingsway Angus........................... L & L Angus................................... Lee Brown Insurance.................... Lucky Lane Angus........................ Maplecrest Farms......................... Martin Mussard/MARS................. McArthur Lumber & Post.............. Meadow Lane Angus.................... Miami Valley Angus Assoc............ Nobleland Farms.......................... North Central Ohio Angus Assoc.. Ohio Angus Marketing Service..... Ohio Cattleman’s Association....... ORIgen......................................... Paradise Cattle Co....................... PBS Animal Health....................... Pine Hill Farms............................. Post Printing................................. Raines Farms............................... Rains Angus................................. Ridgeview Farms.......................... Ron Kreis, Auctioneer................... Schrader Auction.......................... Shanahan Cattle Promotions....... Sky High Farms............................ Strayer Angus Farms.................... Thompson Embryo....................... Turkey Run Angus........................ United Producers, Inc................... Wagner Angus.............................. Way View Cattle Co...................... Wells Livestock............................. West Central Ohio Angus Assoc.. Whitehead Angus......................... Zoetis............................................


13 25 38 95 11 36 49 1 56 36 56 54 40 43 12 23 2 34 15 41 96 33 20 42 7 BC 51 17 39 94 IBC 46 57 41 26

Foundation etics...


BW +.5

WW +70 YW +130 Milk +33 Marb +.65 RE +.72 $W +39.33 $B +102.11

Connealy Uptown 098E Reg#: 16896296 • DOB: 8/4/10 • Owned with Select Sires & Claylick Run Angus Genetics. • This dense bodied Upward son exhibits tremendous base width and an expressive rear quarter, a standout of the fall bulls in the 2012 Connealy offering. • Unique pedigree option at the Top 1% of the breed for $Beef.

Thomas Lucy 9175 Reg#: 16440711 Rito 1I2 x Grid Maker

Thomas Queen 9637

Reg#: 16614567 Net Worth x Precision E161

Thomas Lucy 9648

Reg#: 16605198 Net Worth x Grid Maker

Built for the Future! Way View Cattle Company Registered Angus Cattle

Fred M. Penick | 3264 Refugee Rd. | Hebron, OH 43025 H: 740-928-3912 | C: 740-404-1832 |

Watch for our consignments to the Claylick Run Angus Genetics Sale • October 19, 2013

Strayer Angus Farms Registered Angus Since 1923

No Question! This is our 90th year with Angus No Question! We have a new Jr. Herd Sire

TC No Question 248 Reg#:17345850 DOB: 1/26/12

SAV Final Answer 0035 Connealy Right Answer 746 Happy Dell of Conanga 262 Bon View New Design 208 TC Blackbird 4034 TC Blackbird 1013







No No No No




+109 +1.37 +1.14

RE +.36


Act. BW

Adj. 205 Wt.

Adj. 365 Wt.

Act. Scrotal




40.4 cm

Question! Question! Question! Question!

No Question! No Question!




+41.15 +51.85 +41.06 +89.63

Led off the 2013 TC Ranch Bull Sale! The bull can add depth & width for you! Is a quiet, correct bull. Docility EPD of +30! About his maternal side! Maternal brother to TC Aberdeen. Is owned with TC Ranch, Franklin, NE. He will compliment our other herd sires:

TC New Design 811, 16150311 OSU Big Bucks, 16642854 William C. Strayer 10270 Zion Church Rd. Elida, OH 45807 419.339.4845

“The Practical Program”

Brent L. English

9859 Zion Church Rd. Elida, OH 45807 419.230.7951

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