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Ohio Angus Preview Show

Grand Champion Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 213 won grand champion owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Kinsey Crowe, West Alexandria, Ohio, owns the January 2012 daughter of OSU Currency 8173. She earlier won junior champion.

Grand Champion Bull: L L F Brave 2572 won grand champion bull at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Tanner Ayres, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2012 son of S A V Brave 8320. He earlier claimed junior champion.

Reserve Champion Female: Womack Burgess 1232 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Brandee Painter, Hebron, Ohio, owns the October 2011 daughter of S A V Prosperity 9131. She first claimed senior champion.

Reserve Champion Bull: Paradise Style 223 won reserve grand champion bull at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Caroline Winter, Ashville, Ohio, owns the February 2012 son of Silveiras Style 9303. She first claimed reserve junior champion.

A Huge Thanks to the Ohio Angus Preview Show Sponsors:

Maplecrest Farms Dance Family Angus Orange Blossom Cattle Wogan Farms Gahler Farms HFS Angus Egner Farms Angus

Creeks Bend Farm King Builders Purina Show Feeds Chris-Lee Farm Paradise Cattle Com. Whitehead Angus

Custom Sign Design Neill Farms Roger M. Hunker Auctioneer Wells Livestock Services Creek Side Farm Green Maples Farm

Special thanks... to the Eastern Ohio Angus Association for hosting the show & sponsoring the meal on Saturday evening!


Secretary’s Corner

In This Issue...

Ohio Angus Breeders, Summer is officially in full swing. I hope that everyone has been able to stand the excess rain. However compared to this time a year ago I don’t think any is complaining about extra moisture. The Ohio Angus Preview was held on June 8 & 9 in Zanesville, OH. The show was a huge success with app. 103 head participating in the 2 day show. I want to Thank the Enos & Deitrich families & the Eastern Ohio Angus Association for hosting and sponsoring the show. The show wouldn’t have been possible without all the hard work they put in leading up to the show. The National Junior Angus Show started July 6 and runs through July 13 in Kansas City, KS. Before you know it the Ohio State Fair will be here as well. The Angus shows are Scheduled for July 27 & July 28. I encourage everyone to take a day, attend the many attractions the state fair has to offer and take in a great Angus show. More details and complete schedule for the State Fair Angus show can be found on page 8. Later in August, we will be holding the Ohio Angus Fielday in Lebanon, OH as Home Acres Farm will host this years event. Speakers will include Bryce Shumman and Francis Fluharty. To cap off theday, we will close with homemade ice cream. To get an accurate count for lunch at the fieldday we ask that you RSVP by contacting myself at 740-505-3843 or danwells@ohioangus.org

Ohio Angus Preview Show Secretary’s Corner Ohio Angus Preview Show Cont. Atlantic Natl. ROV Show Atlantic Natl. Jr. Show Ohio Angus Field Day Ohio State Fair Angus Shows Atlantic Natl. ROV & Jr. Shows Cont. Industry News & Notes Ohio Jr. Angus Preview Show Zoetis State Angus Reward Program Eastern Ohio Jr. District Show Industry News & Notes Industry News & Notes Farm Science Review News Release Calendar of Events

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Herdsman Award Gahler Farms, Graytown, Ohio, received the Herdsman award at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Pictured from left are Allen Gahler, recipient; Austin Schimming; and John Hausner, presenting the award.

Premier Breeder & Exhibitor Maplecrest Farms & Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, won premier breeder and exhibitor at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Preview Show, June 9 in Zanesville, Ohio. Pictured from left are Lauren Grimes, Maplecrest Farms; and John Hausner, presenting the award.

Ohio Preview Division Winners Division Winners

Open Class

Jr. Owned

Females Heifer Calf Intermediate Junior Senior Cow/Calf

Champion Lydia Dance Will Harsh Kinsey Crowe Brandee Painter Kaitlyn Clarke

Reserve Champion Reserve Lauren Grimes Lauren Grimes Will Harsh Kaitlyn Clarke Will Harsh Kaitlyn Clarke Kaitlyn Clarke Kinsey Crowe Will Harsh Kaitlyn Clarke Kinsey Crowe Kaitlyn Clarke Will Harsh

Bulls Calf Intermediate Junior Senior

Champion Reserve Samantha Norman Christina Winter Kerri Miller ------------------ Tanner Ayers Caroline Winter ---------------- --------------

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Champion Lydia Dance Kerrie Miller Lauren Grimes Shyla Kreager Lauren Grimes

Reserve Lauren Grimes ------------------- Will Harsh Kaitlyn Hinds Will Harsh

Champion Reserve Samantha Norman Christina Winter Kerrie Miller -----------------Tanner Ayers Caroline Winter ---------------- ------------

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Atlantic National ROV Open Show

Champion Hill Peg 7350 won grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Kaitlyn Clarke, West Chester, Ohio, owns the September 2009 daughter of S A V Bismarck 5682. A March 2013 heifer calf sired by S A V Momentum 9274 is at side.

Dameron SRF Pride 1144 won reserve intermediate champion heifer at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

S A V Best in Class 2586 won reserve late spring bull calf champion at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Champion Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, and Schaffs Angus Valley, Saint Anthony, N.D., own the winning bull.

SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won junior champion heifer at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

SCC Royal Blackbird ELL 231 won reserve late spring heifer calf champion at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Lindsey Pugh, Louisville, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

Champion Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, won breeders’ best six head at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md.

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Atlantic National Regional Preview Jr. Show

Champion Hill Peg 7350 won reserve grand champion cow-calf pair at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Kaitlyn Clarke, West Chester, Ohio, owns the September 2009 daughter of S A V Bismarck 5682. A March 2013 daughter sired by S A V Momentum 9274 is at side.

Dameron SRF Pride 1144 won owned intermediate champion heifer at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

D C Georgina 1206 won bred-and-owned reserve spring heifer calf champion at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Kaitlyn Clarke, West Chester, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

L L F Brave 2572 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Tanner Ayres, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2012 son of S A V Brave 8320.

These juniors won senior showmanship at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Pictured from left are Savannah Levisay, Creston, Calif., champion; Katelyn Wilson, Orleans, Ind., reserve champion; and Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, third place.

Atlantic National Merit Scholarships Winners. Pictured from left are Bailey Harsh and Will Harsh, both of Radnor, Ohio; Lindsay Upperman, Chambersburg, Pa.; Danielle Foster, Niles, Mich.; Daniel McFarland, Keithville, La.; Michael Cropp, Damascus, Md.; Cory Watt, Iva, S.C.; Paul Hill, presenter; Robert Velisek, Gaithersburg, Md., who also won the Greg Krueger Scholarship; Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio; and Betsie Michael and Alan Miller, scholarship committee members

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2013 Ohio Angus Field Day Sunday • August 18, 2013 Hosted by Home Acres Farm; Terry & Cindy Schuh & Family Lebanon, OH Co-Sponsored by: Ohio Angus Association & Miami Valley Angus Association SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

1:00 p.m.

Please RSVP to Dan Wells, Ohio Angus Assoc. by August 7th! (c) 740-505-3843 danwells@ohioangus.org

Registration Cattle on Display & Vendor Tables Meal Served Prime Rib “Certified Angus Beef”, Augrotin Potatoes, Green Beans & Salad. Desert: Joe Sanders famous homemade ice cream with sundae bar.

Home Acres Farm 1832 Hart Rd.

To Dayton

2:00 p.m. Program Begins Speakers include: Bryce Schumann, CEO American Angus Association Francis Fluharty, Research Professor, Ohio State University ....And more yet to be announced

To Columbus

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Ohio State Fair Angus Show Schedules: Friday, July 26, 2013 Saturday, July 27, 2013 Sunday, July 28, 2013 Monday July 29, 2013

9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 12 Noon 3 p.m.

Arrival & Stalling Junior Show Open Show Release Time

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Atlantic National Regional Preview Jr. Show

SCC Royal Blackbird ELL 231 won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Lindsey Pugh, Louisville, Ohio, owns the March 2012 daughter of Dameron First Class. She earlier won spring calf champion.

SCC Royal Blackbird 138 won owned reserve junior champion heifer at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the winning heifer.

Atlantic National ROV Open Show

Champion Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, won first place get-of-sire and junior get-ofsire at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. S A V First Class 0207 sired the winning group.

Champion Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, won premier breeder at the 2013 Atlantic National Regional Preview Junior Angus Show, May 25 in Timonium, Md. Pictured from left are Miss American Angus Esther McCabe; Paul Hill; and Neenah Hill Jain.

Champion Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, won premier breeder at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Pictured from left are Greg McCurry, judge; Esther McCabe, Miss American Angus; Paul and Lynn Hill; Jon and Melissa Davis; and Ryan Long.

Sandy Bachman, Annville, Pa., left; and Lynn Hill, Bidwell, Ohio, right, were presented with the Calderazzo Volunteer Awards at the 2013 Atlantic National Super Point Roll of Victory (ROV) Angus Show, May 26 in Timonium, Md. Pictured presenting the awards is Paul Hill, center.

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Industry News & Notes

OHIO AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL ANNOUNCES 48th CLASS OF HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

more than 811 million pounds are marketed through the world. Colvin has been a leader in the beef industry serving as past president and chairman of the Board for the Ohio Visionary leaders in Ohio’s agricultural community Angus Association, on several boards for the Ohio and National to be honored in August. Cattlemen’s Associations, and as a consultant to organizations including Veal USA. COLUMBUS – Four Ohioans who have committed Colvin’s leadership and dedication to agriculture has their lives to working in, promoting and advocating for Ohio’s been widely recognized over the years. In 2009, Colvin was farm and agribusiness community will be honored Friday, Auinducted into the Saddle & Sirloin Portrait Gallery and he was gust 2, 2013, by the Ohio Agricultural Council (OAC), when they awarded the Outstanding Alumni Award from Penn State, Colare inducted into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame. lege of Agricultural Sciences in 2010. The Ohio Agricultural Council (OAC) will induct Shirley Dunlap Bowser of Williamsport, Louis M. “Mick” Colvin of West Bernard J. Scott, Tontogeny, Ohio Salem, Bernard J. Scott of Tontogeny, and Doug White of Man- Bernard J. Scott has dedicated more than 37 years chester, into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame during a special to the advancement of agriculture by teaching hundreds of breakfast ceremony held in the Rhodes Youth Center at the students through agricultural education at Otsego High School. Ohio Expo Center. The 48th annual event will attract approxiHe was instrumental in the building of the Penta Career Center, mately 500 guests to honor these four professionals for their the largest high school building ever built in Ohio with 522,000 lifetime of service and dedication to Ohio agriculture. square feet. He also helped convert the agriscience curricu “OAC is privileged to honor these four individuals lum into semester courses that were taught by subject matter. who have made significant contributions to Ohio’s number-one Always looking to the future, Scott and his FFA chapter conindustry,” said David Barrett, OAC president. “We are proud to structed the FFA Time Capsule that was opened at the 75th recognize this deserving class of hard-working professionals FFA Convention. He also advised his students in the design for their unwavering commitment to protecting and advancing and construction of the first “grain rescue tube” that was availOhio’s food and agriculture community, promoting agricultural able for the public to use. education, and serving others in their local communities and After retiring from teaching, he helped establish the beyond.” Agricultural Incubator Foundation to facilitate research and edu The following four inductees will join the more than cational activities for the advancement of the industry. Since the 200 prior recipients named since 1966 when the program was creation of this Foundation, numerous opportunities have been incepted. made available to residents with entrepreneurial ideas for food and agriculture. Shirley Dunlap Bowser, Williamsport, Ohio A seventh-generation farmer, Shirley Dunlap Bowser Doug White, Manchester, Ohio has spent her entire life advocating for and promoting the A third-generation farmer, Doug White continues to advancement of Ohio food and agriculture at the community, manage a livestock and crop operation with his family. His state, and national levels. Bowser served nine years on the career as a public servant has included 15 years as county Board of Trustees of The Ohio State University, including a commissioner, a member of the Ohio House of Representaterm as chairperson and has been awarded the Distinguished tives for five years, and a member of the Ohio Senate for eight Service Award by the University. years. During his time in the Ohio Senate, White served as the For 22 years, Bowser served on the W. K. Kellogg Chair of the Agriculture Committee and Finance Committee, as Foundation Board of Trustees, one of the world’s largest private well as Senate President. He also served as the Director of the philanthropic organizations dedicated to improving health, Ohio Department of Commerce for Governor Bob Taft. agriculture and education. She also was appointed to the non- As an elected official, White used his agricultural partisan National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education background to guide him through the decision making process. and Economics Advisory Board by the Secretary of Agriculture, In his many years of public service, White consistently worked serving two terms in this capacity. to make a positive impact on policy changes and supported the Bowser’s leadership experiences and passion for phiadequate funding necessary to ensure Ohio agriculture relanthropy were a driving force in the creation of the Pickaway mained strong. He also supported conservation programs and County Community Foundation, which currently holds assets practices carried out by the Ohio Department of Natural Renear $5 million dollars, holds over 60 endowed funds, of which sources and the state’s Soil and Water Conservation Districts. three have a specific agricultural focus. White currently serves on the Ohio Expositions Commission Board and works to promote the Ohio 4-H program, Louis M. “Mick” Colvin, West Salem, Ohio strengthen the presence of commodity groups, and continually Louis M. “Mick” Colvin has made significant contribuadvocate for agricultural education at the Ohio State Fair. tions to the agricultural industry as a herdsman, farm manager, fieldman, brand creator and beef marketer. For further information about sponsorship in honor of During his four decades of service to Ohio agriculture, the inductees, or to obtain tickets to the Agricultural Hall of Fame he has shown great vision and integrity in the creation of the induction ceremony, contact the Ohio Agricultural Council at Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) brand. Serving as CAB’s first 614-794-8970 or via email at info@ohioagcouncil.org. For more executive director, Colvin led Ohio to become home of the nainformation about the Ohio Agricultural Council, please visit www. tion’s number-one branded beef marketing program. During his ohioagcouncil.org. tenure, sales grew to nearly 500 million pounds per year. Today,


Ohio Jr. Angus Preview Show

Grand Champion Owned Female: SCC Royal Blackbird 213 won grand champion owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Kinsey Crowe, West Alexandria, Ohio, owns the January 2012 daughter of OSU Currency 8173.

Reserve Grand Owned Female: Dameron Northern Miss 249 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio, owns the March 2012 daughter of EXG RS First Rate S903 R3

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female: Maplecrest Rita 2026 won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the January 2012 daughter of Connealy Confidence 0100.

Reserve Grand Bred & Owned Female: D C Georgina 1206 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Kaitlyn Clarke, West Chester, Ohio, owns the April 2012 daughter of S A V Bismarck 5682.

Grand Champion Bull: L L F Brave 2572 won grand champion bred-andowned bull at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Tanner Ayres, Hillsboro, Ohio, owns the March 2012 son of S A V Brave 8320.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull: Woodside Brilliance WC 136 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2013 Ohio Angus Association Junior Preview Show, June 15 in Zanesville, Ohio. Kerrie Miller, Wapakoneta, Ohio, owns the June 2012 son of S A V Brilliance 8077.

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Eastern Ohio Jr. Angus District Show

Grand Champion Bull: LLF Brave 2572 a 3/7/12 son of SAV Brave 8320 claimed Grand Champion Bull. He was exhibited by Tanner Ayers, Hillsboro, OH

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer: LRD Georgina 1276 a 9/3/12 daughter of SAV Brave 8320 claimed Grand Bred & Owned Heifer. She was exhibited by Lydia Dance, Hillsboro, OH

Grand Champion Owned Heifer: Champion Hill Georgina 8156 a 2/8/12 daughter of SAV Prosperity 9131 claimed Grand Owned Heifer. She was exhibited by Lydia Dance, Hillsboro, OH

Res. Grand Champion Bull: Paradise Motive 301 a 1/17/13 son of Soo Line Motive 9016 claimed Res. Grand Champion Bull. He was exhibited by Christina Winter, Ashville, OH

Res. Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer: Cedar Hill Blacklass 05 a 1/13/12 daughter of MCATL Pure Product 903-55 claimed Res. Grand Bred & Owned Heifer. She was exhibited by Shyla Kreager, Newark, OH.

Res. Grand Champion Owned Heifer: S/A Beauty L19 a 9/8/11 daughter of Whitestone Millionaire claimed Res. Grand Owned Heifer. She was exhibited by Rylee Closser, Hebron, OH

Grand Champion Cow/Calf: Wogan Farm Jestress 244 a 12/3/10 daughter of Silverias Style 9303 with her 10/16/12 calf by Connealy Final Product claimed Grand Cow/Calf. The pair was exhibited by Emily Wogan, Hebron, OH.

Res. Grand Champion Cow/Calf: Paradise Lady 004 a 1/15/10 daughter of Silverias El Capitan 6510 with her 1/17/13 calf by Soo Line Motive 9016 claimed Reserve Cow/Calf. The pair was exhibited by Christina Winter, Ashville, OH.

Grand Champion Steer: Paradise Kenn 248 a 4/3/12 son of Paradise Freedom 044 claimed Grand Steer. He was exhibited by Caroline Winter, Ashville, OH.

Junior Showmanship: Junior Showmanship winners include (L-R): 1st Place Keri Felumlee, 2nd Place Rylee Closser

Intermediate Showmanship: Int. Showmanship winners were (L-R): 1st Place Emily Wogan and 2nd Place Christina Winter

Senior Showmanship: Senior Showmanship winners included (L-R): 2nd Place Shyla Kreager and 1st Place Brandee Painter


Industry News & Notes tionships he built with classmates. “One thing I wanted to do is just learn more about the whole process and what the industry is trying to focus on or what the consumer wants,” Stewart says. “That’s what we’re all really here for is to try and make a product that is desirable for the consumer and one that’s hopefully profitable for all of our ranchers, packers and feedlots as well.”

Angus Producers Attend 2013 Beef Leaders Institute Event participants traveled throughout the Midwest to explore the beef industry. Angus breeders from across the Unites States and Canada gained knowledge and enhanced their leadership skills during the sixth-annual Beef Leaders Institute (BLI), hosted June 17-20 by the American Angus Association®. While on the four-day institute, 20 young cattle producers toured packing plants, feedlots and other industry segments. The learning opportunity is designed to give applicants, ages 25-45, a chance to meet with Association staff and industry representatives while networking with their peers in the Angus industry. “BLI is a great opportunity for Angus producers who are wanting to enhance their leadership skills, learn more about the beef industry, and meet new people,” says Bryce Schumann, Association chief executive officer. “We enjoyed hosting them on this premier educational experience.” The BLI tour began at the Association headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo. Following presentations from Angus Genetics Inc., Angus Productions Inc., Certified Angus Beef LLC and the Angus Foundation, the group traveled to Iowa and Nebraska for several in-depth tours. Their stops included a Tyson beef processing plant, Whole Foods grocery store, food distributor Sysco, the GeneSeek genetics lab and a Cargill Meat Solutions deli meat processing plant. Rhonda Wulf of Morris, Minn., says programs such as BLI are great ways to build connections in the beef industry.

Participants in this year’s BLI class were: Mathew Bolduc, Claresholm, Alta., Canada; Sarah Fuller, Twin Falls, Idaho; Josh Malson, Parma, Idaho; Andy Howell, Milltown, Ind.; Andrew Stewart, Greensburg, Ind.; Damon New, Leavenworth, Kan.; Rhonda Wulf, Morris, Minn.; Greg Meier, Jackson, Mo.; Chris Fryzek, Madrid, Neb.; Clayton Glause, Fremont, Neb.; Judd Hoos, Rushville, Neb.; Nick Jindra, Clarkson, Neb.; Danny Poss, Scotia, Neb.; Aaron Strommen, Fort Rice, N.D.; Dan Wells, Chillicothe, Ohio; Cody Bright, Gaffney, S.C.; Casey Maher, Morristown, S.D.; Chad Rotenberger, Ludlow, S.D.; Justin Diefenbach, Mineral Point, Wis.; and Cody Quam, Lodi, Wis. For more information about the Association or the BLI, visit www.ANGUS.org or call 816-383-5100.

Angus Names Director of Activities, Events and Education Robin Ruff promoted to lead the American Angus Association’s event-planning efforts.

The American Angus Association® named Robin Ruff as the new director of activities, events and education for it’s nearly 25,000-member organization. Ruff’s commitment during her 6-year tenure in the junior activities department has earned her the opportunity to manage the Association’s entire event schedule and further develop educational programs. “With Robin’s background and enthusiasm for the breed, the Association is confident she will lead our members in the right direction,” says Bryce Schumann, Association chief executive officer. “We are eager to see the new life and ideas she will bring to our activities and events.” In her new position, Ruff will work with members to coordinate events, such as the Beef Leader’s Institute, Cattlemen’s Boot Camps, National Western Stock Show, and more. She will also oversee the Association’s award programs, including the Angus Heritage Foundation, Historic and Century Awards. “BLI helps people see the industry from a broader level, get out “The American Angus Association represents more of their comfort zone, meet new people, and bring back new than a breed,” Ruff says. “It symbolizes a group of people who energy when they return to work,” Wulf says. “This opportunity believe in something bigger than themselves, and I want them really helped me recalibrate my focus on the beef industry and to feel that way when they walk into an Association event, large look at it from a more holistic manner.” or small.” Most of all, Ruff says she is looking forward to ex Participant Andrew Stewart, Greensburg, Ind., says panding the Association’s educational outreach. One example this experience was exciting to him because of the new relawill be the 2014 National Angus Convention and Trade Show

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Industry News & Notes BR Midland. The 2014 Angus Foundation Heifer is bred to Sitz Top in Kansas City. The event marks a dramatic departure from the Game 561X and is due to calve Feb. 13, 2014. traditional annual business meeting, which has been in Louis Express Ranches is America’s largest seedstock ville, Ky., during most of the last four decades. The 2014 event operation. It sells more than 4,800 head of registered cattle will include educational workshops, a trade show featuring alper year. Express Ranches Owner Bob Funk believes in the lied industry partners, top-flight keynote speakers and several cattle industry and is an advocate for America’s youth. Funk social activities. has supported the Angus Foundation in many ways in the past, “Planning the 2014 convention is an opportunity of a including hosting “That Old West Magic” gala and auction for lifetime,” Ruff says. “I am excited to start brainstorming ideas the Angus Foundation in Oklahoma City, Okla., in 2008, which and make this conference the event Angus members and cattle raised more than $345,000 in gross proceeds. enthusiasts deserve.” “We at Express Ranches feel it is a great honor In addition, Ruff is responsible for coordinating about and privilege to have the opportunity to support Angus youth 17 nationwide Roll of Victory Shows throughout the year. through the donation of the 2014 Angus Foundation scholar During her time with the Association, Ruff has served ship heifer,” Funk says. as the junior activities assistant and director of junior activities. Angus Foundation President Milford Jenkins says, as She planned and managed the premier event of the beef inwith all Angus Foundation Heifer donors since the inception of dustry, the National Junior Angus Show; served as advisor the the successful fundraising activity in 1980, the Foundation is NJAA Board of Directors; arranged annual Leaders Engaged thankful to Express Ranches as the 2014 donor. in Angus Development conferences; and coordinated several “It’s truly an honor for the Angus Foundation to receive other youth leadership events. this commitment of a very elite Angus bred-heifer gift from our A Kansas native, Ruff grew up in Hanston on a family- wonderful friend and longtime supporter Bob Funk of Express owned operation with around 200 head of cattle. She holds a Ranches,” says Milford Jenkins, Angus Foundation president. bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Kansas State Univer“Bob’s generous gifts over the years to our organization have sity, and is expected to graduate with her master’s degree in enabled us to make a difference in the lives of our Angus youth youth development in 2014. and members through investments and support of scholar Ruff is active in the community through the Saint ships, education and research. As in years past, we’re very exJoseph Junior League, Trails West® Arts and Musical Festival cited about this opportunity to raise money for these worthwhile and Big Brothers, Big Sisters. endeavors for the benefit of our beloved Angus breed, and we will always owe Bob a huge debt of gratitude for making this gift possible.” The sale of the Angus Foundation Heifer supports the Angus Foundation, the not-for-profit affiliate of the American Angus Association® that funds and supports programs involving education, youth and research in the Angus breed and agricultural industry.

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Express Ranches to Donate 2014 Angus Foundation Heifer

Proceeds from the sale of the Angus Foundation Heifer at the National Western Stock Show will benefit Angus youth, education and research programs. The Angus Foundation is pleased to announce that Express Ranches, Yukon, Okla., will donate the 2014 Angus Foundation Heifer, to sell January 2014 at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colo. The chosen female is EXAR Royal Lass 2068 (AAA Registration No. 17160657), born Jan. 8, 2012, and sired by EXAR Upshot 0562B. Royally bred, 2068 is the maternal granddaughter of the now deceased record-setting $263,000 in 2009 calving ease sire EXAR 263C and the dam of BR Midland, BR Royal Lass 7036-19. Closely related to 2068 is her increasingly popular half-brother EXAR Denver 2002B, sired also by EXAR Upshot 0562B. Denver was the lead bull of Express Ranches’ 2013 Grand Champion Carload of Bulls. With Denver’s one-third semen interest selling for $340,000, a new record total evaluation of $1,020,000 was set for a yearling Angus bull. EXAR Denver’s dam is a EXAR 263C daughter out of a half sister to

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YouTube sensation ‘The Peterson Farm Brothers’ will perform at the 2013 Farm Science Review YouTube sensation ‘The Peterson Farm Brothers’ will perform at the 2013 Farm Science Review, capturing the spirit of the “Break New Ground” theme of this year’s annual farm show. Performances will be held on Tuesday, September 17 at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the Morton Building, lot 513, at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center. The “Break New Ground” theme symbolizes the latest technology, equipment and innovations in the agriculture industry, all of which will be showcased at the three-day event. For Greg, Nathan and Kendal Peterson, breaking new ground in the industry has come in the form of agriculture-inspired musical parodies, visually communicating their passion for farming and raising livestock. Their popular YouTube music videos, “I’m Farming and I Grow It” and “Farmer Style,” feature lyrics about farming and agriculture set to the tunes of pop-culture songs and footage of the brothers performing their daily farm duties. “I’m Farming and I Grow It,” a parody of a LMFAO song and posted to YouTube in 2012, went viral in less than a week, receiving more than 2.8 million views. “Farmer Style” is a parody of the hit “Gangnam Style,” which was widely popular across the country in late 2012, and has received more than 13 million views to date. Hailing from Kansas, Greg and Nathan Peterson will travel to London, Ohio for the Review and will likely perform

their newest parody “A Fresh Breath of Farm Air,” inspired by the theme song from the hit ‘90s television show “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” along with their other hits. Their appearance is sponsored by Morton Buildings. Autograph sessions will be held after each performance.


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