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Ohio Angus Newsletter October 2012 www.ohioangus.org

2012 NAILE / American Angus Annual Mtg. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 8 - 10 a.m. Angus Cattle Check in, KFEC 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Angus Registration Desk Open Crowne Plaza – Carroll Room 1 - 6 p.m. Holiday Room Open Crowne Plaza – Elliott 3 p.m. American Angus Auxiliary Annual Meeting, Crowne Plaza –Crowne B 6 p.m. Angus Foundation Donor Recognition Event, Crowne Plaza – Crowne A SUNDAY, NOVEMER 11 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Angus Registration Desk Open Crowne Plaza - Carroll Room 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Holiday Room Open, Crowne Plaza – Elliott 8 a.m. Junior Heifer Show, KFEC Freedom Hall (Breed order to be announced) 8 a.m. American Angus Auxiliary Breakfast, KFEC Room TBA 1:30 p.m. Board Candidates Forum,, KFEC South Wing C - Room 202, 203, 204 3:30 p.m. or AAA Login Workshop Immdtly. Following Crowne Plaza – TBA 4:30 - 6 p.m. AIMS Workshop Crowne Plaza – Perry 4:30 - 6 p.m. Miss American Angus Contestant Speeches – open to public Crowne Plaza – Coronet A

5 - 6 p.m. Past Directors’ Reception Crowne Plaza – Taylor/ Whitley 5 - 6 p.m. BLI Alumni Reception Crowne Plaza – Madison 6 - 8 p.m. Angus Reception Crowne Plaza – Crowne B/C 6 p.m. Saddle & Sirloin Induction – Dr. Gary Minish – Ticketed Event, KFEC South Wing C – Room 205 8 p.m. Junior Board Meeting Crowne Plaza – Perry MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 7 - 10 a.m. Angus Registration Desk Open Crowne Plaza – Carroll Room 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Holiday Room Open Crowne Plaza – Elliott 8 a.m. Judge Open Angus Bulls KFEC Freedom Hall 11 a.m. Angus Education Forum KFEC South Wing C, Rooms 201-204 1 p.m. 129th Annual Meeting of Delegates, KFEC South Wing C, Rooms 201-204 6 - 7 p.m. ocial Crowne Plaza – Crowne Hall 7 p.m. Angus Awards Banquet Featuring Certified Angus Beef® Crowne Plaza – Crowne Ballroom TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 8 a.m. Judge Open Angus Females & Cow- Calf Pair, KFEC Freedom Hall

American Angus Annual Meeting - Ohio Delegates & Alternates Delegate John F. Grimes, Hillsboro Paul H. Hill, Bidwell Fred N. Penick, Hebron Henry Bergfeld, Moreland Hills Bob Deitrick, Zanesville Lindsey C. Grimes, Hillsboro James M. Rentz, Coldwater Brent L. English, Elida

Alternate Keith D. Burgett, Carrollton Tim Harsh, Radnor William C. Strayer, Elida Jay S. Clutter, Wapakoneta Jamie Marie King, Tiffin Allen M. Gahler, Graytown Beverly Wagner Roe, Hamilton Doug Majors, Lancaster


Secretary’s Corner

In This Issue...

Ohio Angus Breeders,

NAILE / American Angus An. Mtg. Secretary’s Corner Eastern Ohio Angus Fall Sale Ad West Central District Show Results Rocking P “Above the Average” Sale Industry News and Notes Champion Hill Sale Ad Inductry News and Notes Sale Reports Ohio Angus Auxiliary Embryo Raffle Ridge View & Friends Sale Ad Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale Ad Calendar of Events Ohio Angus Directory Cover Photo Contest

I hope everyone has been catching a few of the recent showers and are benefiting from some fall grazing! The fall sale season is well underway here in Ohio. The Maplecrest Farms production sale was held on September 22nd. John & Joanie drew a great crowd and the cattle were very well presented. Congratulations to them and their crew for a great sale. A sale report can be found on page 10 of this issue. If you are in the market for Angus females, there will be plenty of options in the months of October and November to purchase females. October sales include: The Ridge View & Friends Sale ,October 21st, in Hammondsville, OH; The Champion Hill Production Sale, October 22nd, in Bidwell, OH; and Eastern Ohio Angus Sale, October 27th, in Zanesville, November sales include: The Rocking P & Guests sale, November 6th, in Weston, WV and the Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale, November 17th, in Newark, OH. I plan to attend these sales and will be available to assist you in selecting and purchasing animals. If you are interested in my assistance, please contact me at 740-505-3843 or danwells@ohioangus.org. There has been so much interest in the Best of Both Worlds Sale that we have launched a website just for this sale. It includes up to date information on consignments, a consignor list, directions & map; online version of the catalog and general sale info. I encourage you to take at www.buckeyebbw.com New this year we will be holding a Directory Cover Photo Contest for the 2013 Ohio Angus Directory Cover. A vote will be held at the 2013 Ohio Angus Annual Meeting and the winning photo will be featured on the Directory cover. More details including entry instructions can be found on the back cover of this issue. Thanks,

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2012 Ohio Angus Association Officers President: Dave Felumlee (740) 763-4616 dfelumlee@windstream.net Vice President: Kelvin Egner (419) 295-6089 kjegner@hotmail.com Chairman: Bob Deitrick (740) 674-4610 ghdeitrick@yahoo.com Treasurer: Bill Levering (740) 694-6078 bill@skyhighfarmscattle.com Secretary/Fieldman: Dan Wells (740) 505- 3843 danwells@ohioangus.org

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Eastern Ohio Angus Association 2012 FALL SALE Saturday • 6 p.m. October 27th, 2012 Muskingum Livestock Zanesville, OH CONSIGNORS:

SALE DAY PHONES: 740-505-3843 • 740-452-9984 Auctioneer: Ron Kreis, Adamsville, OH 740-683-3235 TO REQUEST CATALOG: Ohio Angus Association Dan Wells, Sec./Fieldman 625 Cattail Rd. • Chillicothe, OH 45601 740-505-3843 • danwells@ohioangus.org CATALOG ONLINE: www.ohioangus.org

Black Acres Angus Blackhoof Creek Angus Davis Show Cattle Deger Angus Elkview Farm Gary Baughman Hartsock Ag McCauley Angus Farm Nobleland Farm Paradise Cattle Company Rihaley Farms S&J Angus Stanleyville Cattle Com. TerrAqua Farm Wells Livestock Windswept Acres Woodside Farms

Selling: Bred Cows • Open Heifers • Bred Heifers • Herd Bulls • Angus Steers SALE MANAGED BY: Dan Wells, Sec./Fieldman 740-505-3843 • danwells@ohioangus.org www.ohioangus.org

Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase high quality Angus cattle sired by & bred to the leading A.I. Sires! -3-


2012 West Central Angus District Show

Grand Champion Heifer: SCC Queen Beyonce 147 a 4/12/11 daughter of BC Lookout 7025 claimed Grand Champion Female. She was exhibited by Aimee Bockelman, Napolean, OH.

Reserve Champion Heifer: Shawnee’s Kaluna Lutton a 1/9/12 daughter of EXAR Lutton claimed Reserve Grand Heifer. She was exhibited by Harrison Patton, Bowling Green, OH.

Grand Champion Bull: AMBA Soaring Eagle 1268 a 3/28/12 son of BC Eagle Eye claimed Grand Champion Bull. He was exhibited by Aimee Bockelman, Napolean, OH.

Grand Champion Steer: The Grand Champion Steer was exhibited by Matthew Knight, Van Buren, IN.

Reserve Champion Steer: The Reserve Grand Steer was exhibited by Kyle Swartz, Spencerville, OH.

Grand Champion Cow: SCC Queen Beyonce 023 a 2/6/10 daughter of BC Lookout 7024 claimed Grand Champion Cow. She was exhibited by Kerrie Miller, Wapakoneta, OH.

PeeWee Showmanship: PeeWee Showmanship winners include (L-R): 2nd Place Sawyer Bockelman, Napoleon, OH, 1st Place Landon Bockelman, Napolean, OH.

Junior Showmanship: Junior Showmanship winners were (L-R): 1st Place Harrison Patton, Bowling Green, OH and 2nd Place Brandt Couch, Warren, IN.

Senior Showmanship: Senior Showmanship winners included (L-R): Aimee Bockelman, Napolean, OH and 2nd Place Kerrie Miller, Wapakoneta, OH.

Jim, Sharon, Christina, & Caroline Winter 5839 Ashville-Fairfield Road Ashville, Ohio 43103 (740) 983-2755 jswinter1@verizon.net

Registered Angus Cattle Hay & Straw - Large and small squares Freezer beef

Allen Gahler 641 N. Elliston Trowbridge Rd. Graytown, OH 43432 (419) 350-2091 gahler2@yahoo.com

Herd Certified and Accredited Johne’s Testing

Brice Gahler 1618 N. Elliston Trowbridge Rd. Graytown, OH 43432 (419) 552-0169 abcgahlers@live.com

Cows & Heifers FOR SALE -4-


“The Above Average Sale” 43rd Annual Production Sale Friday, November 2, 2012 • 7 p.m. Jackson’s Mill, Weston, WV

Most females and bulls will have EPDs above breed average for weaning, milk, yearling and under +5 for birth. Many will have carcass EPDs.

Bred Heifers • Bred Cows • Heifer Calves • Cow/Calf Pairs • Young Bulls ∙ Offering a cross section of our herd ∙ Oak Front will offer six bred heifers ∙ Shriver Farm will sell eight bred heifers ∙ Triple O has a consignment of six bred cows, four with September calves at side ∙ Heifer show prospects will be offered ∙ Paradise Farm will have a nice family package and a coming two-year-old bull ∙ A few commercial females and bulls will sell after the registered animals ∙ Daughters of these sires will sell; Mytty, 878, Bushwacker, 3rd Bushwacker, Daybreak, Game Day, Lead On, Predestined, Ironstone 4047, Sitz Onward 599T, TC Gridiron, Mandate 6079 Auctioneer: John L. Spiker, Jane Lew, WV (304) 884-7915

Guest Consignors

Coombs Farm, Morgantown, WV Green Mile Farm, Rivesville, WV Oak Front Farm, Flemington, WV Paradise Farm, Ashville, OH Shriver Farm, Grafton, WV Spring Hill Farm, Bridgeport, WV Stalnaker Farm, Weston, WV Sycamore Farm, Rivesville, WV Titan Farm, Sand Fork, WV Triple C Farm, Weston, WV Triple O Farm, Amma, WV

Three generation pedigree with updated EPDs on each lot in the sale book. Call, fax or write for your copy. No Registered AM, NH or CA carriers will sell!

Service Sires Include: Traveler 004, HCF Bennett 214, Boyd Parameter, Coleman Regis 904, SydGen CC&7 8940 BW

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Rocking P FaRm

mr. and mrs. Don H. Peterson 6581 US Hwy. 33 E. • Horner, WV 26372 Phone or Fax (304) 269-3877 1-888-483-9972 E-mail: rockingp@shentel.net


Industry News & Notes Go Ahead: Make Your Day CAB ® Licensee for a Day

Planning that big event for your Angus business means attention to details, details and more details. You have already established the quality and integrity behind your cattle. You have a health program second to none. You have incorporated the new technologies of video and Internet in ways that preserve the traditions of the day. Repeat customers and potential new friends and associates will be there for the welcoming lunch or dinner before the sale. What’s on the menu? For many years, quality- and detail-minded Angus producers have called in the best, the brand they own. They have taken advantage of a unique program called Licensee for a Day, bringing a world-class layer of marketing details and most importantly, that palatepleasing flavor of the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand. It sets the tone for great expectations met with satisfaction. The main detail for Angus producers to remember is contacting CAB at least three weeks before the event. Then, provided CAB brand product is the only beef to be served, your brand will send you all available promotional materials to make a memorable first-class event. It’s all free when you submit the application form available from CAB. “This is a tremendous program,” Davis says. “Interacting with people and letting them see and taste and know about the Certified Angus Beef brand is a great way to kick off our sale.” He and wife Jennifer enjoy the confidence in the beef and the customized kit with CAB beverage napkins, steak picks and sandwich wrappers, CAB aprons, informational brochures and CAB “Targeting the Brand” decals—there’s even a CAB banner. It all comes with an official letter acknowledging the license and permission from CAB to promote the brand on your day. “We are a licensing company, and this gives producers the opportunity to share in their brand – the one that’s adding value to the cattle they and their customers raise,” says Larry Corah, vice president of CAB. “We developed material that could be used on the farm or ranch just like it was a licensed restaurant for that day.”

Debbie Gilmore of Gizmo Angus, Molino, Fla., says the material provided in the licensee packet is great for informing others about the brand. Her family is active in the Angus and beef cattle organizations in both Florida and Alabama. “Really, that’s what we are trying to do here is educate, that Certified Angus Beef is different than any other beef,” Gilmore says. “It is great to have this program around so that we can use it as a tool to not only promote to consumers, but other cattlemen about CAB.” Davis says more producers could take advantage of the option to expand their businesses. “I would encourage it because this not only helps the producer using the program for a day, but it also helps other people understand the marketing opportunities,” he explains. Gilmore agrees, and has been a CAB licensee for one day in each of the past seven years. “I think it’s a wonderful way to not only promote the Angus breed, but also CAB,” she says. “If you’re an Angus breeder you’re going to want to do that.” Getting started – provided you have more than three weeks to work with – is easy, Corah says. Just complete the form at http://www.cabpartners. com/marketing/licensee_day.php or call 800-2252333 and ask for the Supply Development marketing department. If you need help finding a licensed supplier or distributor to fill your product order, CAB staff can suggest some choices near you, too, Corah adds.

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Greg Mohr, Sidney, Mont., serves as grill master at the Rollin’ Rock sale luncheon.


Herman & Kathleen Howell 4200 Twp. Hwy 289, Hammondsville, OH 43930 Phone / Fax: (740) 544-5861 ridgeviewangus@yahoo.com

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Kelvin, Jackie, Christina Egner Shawn Howell

Dave Long, Pres. 513-383-4077 Dan Brosey, V.P. 513-315-6894 Christy Campbell, Sec./Tres. 937-533-7051

4555 Hazelbrush Rd. Bulls, Heifers, Embryos Shelby OH 44875 Registered Red and Black Border Collies (419) 347-7123 (419) 295-6089 kjegner@acquired-sight.com kjegner@hotmail.com

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11 a.m. • Monday • October 22, 2012 • Bidwell, Ohio

CHAMPION HILL EMBLYNETTE 7571 - As the 2011 All-American Supreme Champion.

Great Females Both as Heifers and as Cows When It Counts the Most!

Paul H. Hill 11503 State Rd. 554 • Bidwell, OH 45614 (740) 367-7021 • Fax (740) 367-7937 Jon Davis (740) 446-2127 Jay Stout (740) 367-7021 www.championhillangus.com E-mail: champion@championhillangus.com

CHAMPION HILL EMBLYNETTE 7571 - As the 2012 National Junior Angus Show Reserve Grand Champion Owned Cow/Calf Pair.

For your free reference sale booklet, contact anyone in the office of the Sale Managers, TOM BURKE/KURT SCHAFF/JEREMY HAAG, AMERICAN ANGUS HALL OF FAME at the WORLD ANGUS HEADQUARTERS, Box 660, Smithville, MO 64089-0660. Phone (816) 532-0811. Fax (816) 532-0851. E-mail: angushall@earthlink.net • www.angushall.com

America’s Number One Source of Champions – Where Winning is Only the Beginning -8-


Industry News & Notes High-quality beef grilled

Certified Angus Beef brand partners enjoy record June

As Labor Day ushered in the fall grilling season, with a nod toward the season’s more traditional pot roast, some in the beef trade were stewing over supply concerns. While all beef costs more this fall, those selling the best can maintain confidence in consumer acceptance, as seen in June sales reports announced this month. Partners with the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand sold 74 million pounds of steaks, roasts, burgers and other products in June, 4% above a year ago and the highest monthly volume in the brand’s 34-year history, said Mark Polzer, vice president of business development. “We’ve been fortunate to continue growing in spite of the declining overall beef supply,” he said, noting the result of recognized value for the money. “As beef prices in general have had to go up, that created an opportunity for our brand to set itself further apart. If you have to pay a bit more for beef, you certainly want an enjoyable experience, and I think that is what we deliver.” Promotions such as the retail “Steaks of Summer” and the foodservice “Middle Meat Smackdown” helped lift sales, especially among licensed restaurants. “Foodservice business has been up all year, and June sales of 23.5 million pounds in that sector accounted for 31.8% of the total,” said David O’Diam, CAB business development assistant director (see Table). It didn’t hurt to have eight new foodservice distributors sign on this year, he added. “Retailers had a harder time keeping CAB at a ‘hot price point’ on front-page flyers, the ads that drive about 70% of their sales, so they were down slightly,” O’Diam said. “But they are rolling out some new strategies this fall to hit those price points.” International business was brisk and on pace for a new annual record. The 11.5% of June sales as exports to 54 countries compared to 10.1% of the smaller 2011 month and 9.6% of June 2010, Polzer reported. Sales by primal cut favored the chuck and round, and grinds – drawn mainly from those end meats – were up most of all. “We’ve seen that people are a little more adventuresome and willing to try more of the new cuts like the flat iron, teres major and boneless short ribs,” Polzer said. Sales of those cuts were up 26.7%, 17.8% and 47.6%, respectively, June over June volume, the short ribs nearly doubling to 1.34 million pounds.

Fewer cattle have been accepted for the brand in fiscal 2012 to date, and overall USDA-inspected harvest was down 2.5% through June. Yet Certified Angus Beef brand sales are on pace to match or exceed last year’s annual record. Carcass weights averaging 15 pounds (lb.) more for the year at 836 lb. help explain that, O’Diam said. “But it’s more than that. Demand has been significant on the declining national beef cattle harvest,” he said. “Our brand drives demand and packer profitability as shown by their willingness to put more pounds from each carcass in a box.” That average carcass utilization number was 248 lb. sold this June compared to 211 lb. the previous year. Volume is only part of the story, added CAB Vice President Larry Corah. “We not only are selling a lot of pounds but at a significantly higher price point. “The spread between CAB and Choice is twice what it was last year and individual cuts are as much as $1.50 higher per pound,” he noted. “Grinds are 21.7% higher than last year—all of this is telling us consumers are willing to pay more for a great eating experience.” Summer months tend to be among the heaviest in Certified Angus Beef commissioned sales, O’Diam said. Over the past five years, June, July and August have accounted for 8.92%, 9.08% and 9.19% of annual sales, while other months range down to 7.4%. Given that trend, the next monthly record could be waiting in the latesummer reports. Polzer assigned credit beyond the brand’s marketing team: “It’s our licensed partners who really do all the heavy lifting, getting the product into the proper channels. That it is paying off with these positive results.”


Sale Reports Maplecrest Farms Production Sale

Sale Date: September 22, 2012 Auctioneer: Steve Dorran High Selling Open Heifers Lot: Price: DOB: Sire: 7 $18,000 1/20/12 Connealy Confidence 0100 12B $7,500 8/1/11 Summitcrest Complete 1P55 21 $4,800 8/2/11 R/M Ironstone 4047 High Selling Bred Heifers 1A $15,000 1/3/11 GAR Progress 32 $5,600 1/27/11 B/R New Day 454 High Selling Bred Cow 50 $12,000 9/10/07 TC Total 410 55 $5,000 6/10/08 GAR Predestined High Selling Fall Pair 1 $10,500 3/3/06 TC Total 410 Lots: 11 Commercial Bred Cows 73 Registered Sale Lots

Gross:

Sale Location: The Farm, Hillsboro, OH Sale Manager: Parker Friedrich Buyer: French River Cattle CO Noelville, ON CN CAM Ranches, GA; Ogeechee Farms, GA Diane McDonald Hillsboro, OH KiamichiLink Finley, OK Express Ranches, Yukon, OK Diane McDonald, Hillsboro, OH Wardlow Angus, Bedford, KY Generation II Partners, New Market, VA

Average: $20,600 $299,900

$1,872 $4,108

Cattle sold into 13 states and Canada. 7 Simmental Lots Avg. $3,186

Ohio Angus Auxiliary

Embryo Raffle Supporting Angus Youth through the Ohio Angus Auxiliary Scholarship Program!

Featuring 5 elite embryo packages, from these top OhioAngus operations: HFS Angus, Champion Hill, Stertzbach Cattle Com., Maplecrest Farms & Kingsway Angus To purchase tickets contact: Jackie Egner 419-347-7123 ot Cheryl Miller 419-665-2251


Ridge View & Friends Female Sale Sunday • October 21, 2012 • 12:30 . . p m

At the Farm • Hammondsville, OH

Pine Hill Echo Z004

RV Vixon X083

Reg#: 17255103 • DOB: 2/13/12

Sire: EXAR Upshot 0562B Dam: Pine Hill Echo W019 BW I+2.5 • WW I+53 • YW I+100 • Milk I+32 MARB I+.87 • REA I+.60 • $W +26.30 • $B +81.40

Reg#: 17137591 • DOB: 8/24/10 Sire: Summitcrest Complete 1P55 Dam: Summitcrest Vixon 1S04 BW +2.4 • WW +54 • YW +98 • Milk +31 MARB +.79 • REA +.93 • $W +33.82 • $B +86.57

ht g i l h g i h s t c e p s These elite pro g offering! an outstandin

• Open Heifers • Bred Heifers • Pregnancies • Donors • E.T. Heifer Calves • Fall Calving Pairs • Spring Cow/Calf Pairs

SALE MANAGED BY: Dan Wells, Sec./Fieldman 740-505-3843 • danwells@ohioangus.org

Ridge View Farm

Herman & Kathleen Howell 740-544-5861 Hammondsville, OH

SELLING OVER 60 LOTS!

Sale Consignors:

Pine Hill Farm

John & Henry Bergfeld 330-223-1872 Summitville, OH

ErReR Hill Farm Bob Hay, Mgr. 814-445-4440 Friedens, PA

Voytus Angus Andy Voytus 724-397-2643 Creekside, PA

Exline Farm

Chuck & Pamela Exline 304-483-2061 Elizabeth, WV


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Columbus, Ohio

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John King & Family 3735 N. Twp Rd. 111 Home (419) 937-1864 Tiffin, Ohio 44883-9353 John Cell (419) 937-4148 kingswayangus@gmail.com

PAUL H. HILL

11503 State Rd. 554 Bidwell, OH 45614 740-367-7021

Jon Davis * 740-446-2127

FAX: 740-367-7937 * www.championhillangus.com Email: champion@championhillangus.com

Way-View Cattle Co. LLC

Sires in use: 16286088, 16233833, 15552303

Performance Tested Angus Bulls For SAle Fred M. Penick

3264 Refugee Rd. Hebron, OH 43025

Don & Mida Peterson Phone (304) 269-3877 E-mail: rockingp@shentel.net

Home (740) 404-1832 Fax (740) 928-3912

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The Buckeye

Best of Both Worlds

Sale

Coleman Blackcap 9141

AAA Reg#: 16584329 • DOB: 8/5/09 This elite bred Angus female comes from Ferguson Show Cattle and sells bred to the exciting sire Duff New Edition 6108!

Gahler Rito 9141

AAA Reg#: 17221340 • DOB: 9/30/11 This powerful show prospect combines Bismarck & Net Worth with a top Rito 6I6 daughter bred in the Shamrock Vale program.

Saturday • 12 Noon

November 17th, 2012 Claylick Run Sale Facility • Newark, OH

For more sale info, go to: www.buckeyebbw.com Selling:

Spring Cow/Calf Pairs • Bred Heifers • Show Heifer Prospects Fall Calving Pairs • Embryos • Pregnancies • Open Heifers


October 21 October 22 October 27 November 2 Nov. 10-12 November 17 December 20

Ohio Angus Calender of Events

Ridgeview & Friends Female Sale Champion Hill Fall Production Sale Eastern Ohio Angus Fall Sale Rocking P & Guest Production Sale NAILE “Angus An. Meeting & Shows” Buckeye Best of Both Worlds Sale Directory Photo Contest Deadline

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