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ETN 2014 Model

Eaton Charolais has recently added 15 Dams to the Dams of Distinction list!

Thank you Wooden Cross Cattle Co. for purchasing 80 ETN replacement heifers. Follow Us On Facebook

103 ETN Loop • Lindsay, MT 59339 Office (406) 584-7520 • Lee (406) 584-7546 • Elner (406) 485-3572

www.eatoncharolais.com


39th Annual

Cream of the Crop ROGERS BAR HR CHAROLAIS FEMALE SALE

Young, early spring calvers!

Capacious, milky on Grass!

Big, Stout, Fall Splits!

Call today for your catalog!

May 10, 2014

Saturday at 12:30 p.m. At the Ranch • Collins, Mississippi Feminine & Lots of Milk!

Selling 65 Lots

...including Polled Herd Sire Prospects, Cow-Calf Pairs, Bred & Open Heifers. • 172 HBR females in the top 1% of the breed for TM EPD • 376 HBR females in the top 10% of the breed for TM EPD • Our cow herd is run in the real world on grass, but our cattle also perform well in the feed lot. • We have won more BIF Feed Tests than any other Charolais breeder.

Sale Manager

Greg Hubert P.O. Box 100 Oakley, KS 67748 785-672-3195 (office) 785-672-7449 (cellular)

Rogers Bar HR

Dorotheann Rogers Managing Partner: Doug Rogers

1-800-343-5051

wwww.RogersBarHR.com

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Congratulations to each of these exhibitors at the 45th National Show who purchased

Thomas Ranch Progeny.

Audrey Fields

45th National Grand Champion Female

Paislee Carlson

Andrew Hodges

Chesney Effling

Junior Show Senior Heifer Calf Champion

45th National Class Winner

Reserve Spring Calf Champion Female

Drew Davis 45th National Reserve Intermediate Female

Kaylee Smith 45th National Class Winner

Kristen Roe Junior Show Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion

Austin Henthorn 45th National — 2nd in class to Kaylee Smith’s full sister (pictured to the right)

Congratulations to:

Tayler Gall — Michaela Blanding — Rust Mountain View Ranch 2  

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Troy, VeaBea & Cally Thomas (605) 973-2448 18441 Capri Place, Harrold, SD 57536 thomasranchcattle.com thomas@venturecomm.net


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Official Publication of the American-International Charolais Association V o l . 38, N o . 2

ON The Cover– Photo by Floyd Wampler Mike Foster Charolais, Smithville, Tenn. Cover by Molly Schoen

Features

28 Semen Testing Before Bull Turnout By Heather Smith Thomas

41 2014 Junior National Show and Leadership Conference Wheat State White-Out

79 Livestock Marketeers Who was honored?

Journal Staff J. Neil Orth CPI President

David Hobbs

Manager

Molly Schoen

Editor

Kaitlyn Lewis

Advertising Coordinator

Columns 17 23 32

Field Representatives Refer to page 19

Charolais journal 11700 NW Plaza Circle • Kansas City, MO 64153

phone (816) 464-5977 • fax (816) 464-5759

www.charolaisusa.com

Charolais Viewpoint by J. Neil Orth

Timing is Everything

Registration Viewpoint by Marilou Wegner

On-line User Updates

Junior Viewpoint by Chelsea Woodcock

Make a Difference

Activities & Reference 18 18 21 24

Association Updates New Members Roll of Excellence Show Results Sales Review

77 77 90 92

AIJCA News Notes Non-Point Show Results Calendar Advertisers’ Index

CHAROLAIS JOURNAL ADVERTISING POLICY: Advertising material for any month’s issue must be received in the offices of the Charolais Journal, 11700 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO 64153, by the 25th of the second month preceding the month of publication, i.e., Dec. 25 for the February issue. Full camera-ready advertising copy or full-screened negatives will be accepted until the 1st of the month prior to publication provided notification of copy size, shape, color and other specifications are received by the 25th of the second month prior to the month of publication. If a proof is required, copy must be received by the 20th of the second month prior to publication, i.e., June 20 for the August issue. No copy can be altered or changed, except for typographical error, after the 1st of the month of publication. Any ad copy changes that must be made after the lst of the month will be assessed a 10% additional space charge. All dates and times are herein applicable at the office of the CHAROLAIS JOURNAL, 11700 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO 64153. Charolais Journal (ISSN 0191-5444) is published monthly, except June and July which are combined issues, by CHAROLAIS PUBLICATIONS INC., 11700 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO 64153. Subscriptions: U.S. - $75; U.S. First Class - $100; Canada - $125; Foreign - $125. Single Copies - $7, including postage. For AICA members, $20 of annual dues to AICA are applicable to subscriptions for Charolais Journal. Periodicals postage paid at Kansas City, MO 64153, and additional mailing offices. Standard postage paid at Jefferson City, Mo. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: CHAROLAIS JOURNAL, 11700 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO 64153.

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Where Style...Meets Performance

Calves coming this spring from these ET matings­­— LT Wind Storm 8223 Pld x BCI 7130 Shurley Pld x M6 Miss Woopee 472 x Shoestring 2244'S 165CTW Cooley Royce 1107T39 x M&M Ms Stealth 9525 ET

LT Wyoming Wind 4020 Pld x BCI 7130 Shurley Pld TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET x M&M Ms Stealth 9509 Pld ET Hoodoo Slasher 1144 x TO Miss BMD 5038 LT Ledger 0332 P x Miss HCR Wind 0013 Pld

We continue to strive for excellence in our female herd. Don’t hesitate to call and stop by the ranch!

805 N. 25th • Perry, OK 73077 Kevin Wiley, Ranch Manager (580) 572-2555 Barn or Office (580) 370-1483 Cell mmcharolais@sbcglobal.net www.mmcharolais.com A P R I L 2 0 1 4   5


Your Source For Outcross

Genetics... WC I’ll Have another ET EM815821

JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET X OW MISS MARION 0025 ET

BW WW YW M MTNL REA 1.4 33 51 19 35 .43 Top 15% WW; Top 30% YW; Top 2% Milk and Total Maternal 2014 Fort Worth Grand Champion 2014 Houston Grand Champion A full sib to DA PASSPORT 502 P ET

BJCF Bar J Y66 M807008 M6 7M MADRID 701 X BJCF 2N’S COOLEY JPOT 312

2014 Houston Reserve Champion

Full French & Purebred Genetics

P.O. Box 186, Liverpool, Texas 77577 Larry Ludeke (832) 439-4666 Daryl Renfrow (832) 444-5241 E-mail: larryl@qiminc.com www.barjcharolaisfarm.com 6  

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5593 Choupique Road Sulphur, LA Evelyn Gay Duhon 337-583-2242 337-764-1040 cell Titou6262@yahoo.com Rod Smith 337-274-0552 cell E5rodsmith@yahoo.com


NEW

NEW BJCF Watt Z36 — Grand Champion 2014 Denver EPDs: 8.5 -0.7 15 25 2 6.4 9 0.2

Keys All State 149x

EPDs: 7.0 -1.2 37 65 -2 6.6 16 1.2

LT Ledger 0332 PLD

EPDs: 7.7 -1.2 35 76 12 5.7 30 1.7

NEW

JAB Drink In My Hand 157 PLD

EPDs: 2.4 1.2 30 56 8 5.6 23 0.9

EC Reliable 5043 PLD

EPDs: 2.7 1.5 47 83 10 3.7 33 0.8

WC Benelli 2134 P ET

EPDs: 0.8 1.5 39 69 16 2.2 35 1.0

SHF Fire Power 0080

EPDs: -8.1 1.0 29 48 13 -4.0 28 0.8

TR Mr Wrangle Up 2502Z

EPDs: 7.3 -0.2 44 64 6 6.5 28 1.2

M6 Cool Rep 8108 ET

EPDs: 2.6 0.5 55 90 15 2.0 42 1.6

AI/Palpation Clinic Dates

May 13-16, 2014 June 10-13, 2014

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BJCF Watt Z36 BJR Copperhead 895 Pld BJR EASY EDGE 968 ET PLD BJR Super Silver 719 ET Pld br duke 261 pld CJC Illusion N111 Pld/S cjc mr president t122 pld CJC Trademark h45 pld/s cmf 241 rio blanco 378r pld CML Diablo 2x cooley royce 1107t39 pld da cash 132 pld et DCR Mr Solution w13 Pld Double-h kahlua 240M ET Pld double-h mahalo 749t et pld

DR STEALTH 574 eatons cross fire 10365 polled eatons leader 2233 pld eatons royal dynasty 6164 pld ec iron man 2027 pld EC No Doubt 2022 pld ec reliable 5043 pld fc turbo 756 pld Gerrard Montezuma 6T pld hbr equalizer 940 pld et Hoo Made Hoo 357Y JAB Drink In My Hand 157 PLD JDJ Resource Z365 P JDJ Royal Trade N134 Pld jdj smokester j1377 pld et jdj ssr smokin Joe j1382 et pld jds he’s my king 2038 et pld JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET PLD kass kojack s45 pld keys 38 special 38y Keys All State 149x keys mchenry 24m pld

www.bovine-elite.com Keys Stinger 261 Pld lc mr southpaw 7090 pld et

lc mr southpaw 7090 pld et(Sexed)

lc suspect 0109 p et lcoc polled value p063S pld Leachman White Gold P002X LHD Cigar E46 lt bluegrass 4017 pld lt blue value 7903 pld LT BRIDGER 9191 PLD lt easy blend 5125 pld LT LEDGER 0332 PLD lt long distance 9001 pld lt polled value 9089 LT Predictable Mac 2059 Pld lt rio blanco 1234 pld LT Thundering wind 5200 pld lt unlimited ease 9108 pld lt western edge 4057 pld M6 Cool Rep 8108 ET m6 fresh air 8165 pld et M6 Full throttle 2138 Pld et

The Number One Source for Charolais Multiple Trait Leaders!

m6 function 169 pld et m6 gain & grade 927 pld m6 grid maker 104 pld et M6 new Standard 842 pld Et M6 sleep easy 734 pld mt-hls lead on 197/0 nwmsu big time 166 pld NWMSU Platinum 4108 ra big cat 9017 pld raile 2250 to77 pld rc denver 6026 pld riverdale top end h114 et pld schurrtop hcr rancher pld SCR Tuffy 0119 SHF Fire Power 0080 SKYMONT EASE 2078 PLD sparrows madrid 7m pld sr/nc field rep 2158 pld et thomas oahe wind o772 et pld thomas redneck 2609m pld three trees wind 2638 et pld tr mr fire water 5792r et pld

TR PZC Mr Turton 0794 ET pld TR PZC Holywater 9777 ET Pld tr red smoke pld ttr-ohf beyond the grid pld vcr sir duke 914 pld VFF Time Out 172Y VPI Free lunch 708 T wc benelli 2134 p et wc big ben 9036 pld WC-nc cash flow 8015 p wc-tnt apollo 9027 p wcr kingsbury 116 p wcr prime cut 764 pld wcr sir duke 7340 pld wcr sir impressive 8191 pld wia man tracker 150 pld Winn Mans Lanza 610S PLD WR Wrangler W601 Pld Full French Genetics hamm charboneau 2n HAMM MOGO U23 A P R I L 2 0 1 4   7


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WCCC INSIGHT 8071

Insight at 11 months

“We were hoping that he would be a good one as a calf prospect” M761193 Polled BW: 80 lbs. AWW: 732 lbs. EPDs: CE: 4.6 BW: 0.4 WW: 26 YW: 54 M: 13 MCE: 6.4 TM: 25 SC: 0.9

Sire: RC Charlie 0305

Dam: WCCC Miss Alliance 428

Insight at 6 years in pasture condition. “We now know that he is a great one as a senior sire”

May heifer calf — F1169081

Progeny Performance Avg. BW Bulls: 81.1 lbs. Heifers: 76.3 lbs.

Avg. AWW 712 lbs. 660 lbs.

INSIGHT is the complete package. His female progeny are attractive, moderate and very maternal. How could it be any other way as his dam WCCC MS ALLIANCE 428 F998623 is a proven maternal matron not only for us but also for the Wright Charolais program. His bull progeny are clean, powerful but efficient and structurally sound. Over the last three years the INSIGHT yearling bulls have been the first selected out of our sale pen. As Cannon & Deutsch Charolais have recently demonstrated, INSIGHTS progeny can also compete when taken to town. INSIGHT’S calving ease is proven not only in our Charolais herd but also in our commercial herd. We mated INSIGHT to 49 very straight-blooded Angus heifers that are now finishing calving. To date we have 38 live calves on the ground out of 38 total calved only assisting two.

Insight x Ms Alliance 429

Last but most certainly not least……Carcass merit. INSIGHT’S progeny working in our highend commercial customers herds are getting the job done. We have many customers running over 90% Choice with mostly yield grade 1’s and 2’s. INSIGHTS sire, RC CHARLIE (CHARLIE 4) was the highest scanning bull in the 2004 Raile sale. As a 6-year-old that has not bred a cow since July, Insight just froze 299 straws on his first jump. Fertility! Semen: $30 (5 straw minimum – volume discounts available) Signings: $50

April heifer calf — F1169076 Insight x Ms Brothers Keeper 9094

WOODEN CROSS CATTLE CO. Merle, Marolyn and Maci Schlehuber 557 190th Road • Hillsboro, KS 67063 Merle (620) 381-1712 woodencross@fhrd.net www.woodencrosscattleco.com

WCCC

My sincere thanks to Lee as well as the entire Eaton family for taking the time to recently show me their incredible operation. My trip to Montana was rewarded by having the opportunity to do business with folks that truly understand and live on a daily basis the “business end” of the cattle business. Our philosophies and objectives so closely parallel that I was able to strike a deal with Eaton Charolais to purchase 80 head of their yearling replacement heifers. We look forward to what the future will produce as we mate all of these heifers to WCCC INSIGHT 8071. Thank you again Lee, Connie and the entire Eaton family for your hospitality and your trust in our program. A P R I L 2 0 1 4   11


EPD:

BW -1.5

WW 39

YW 76

Milk 11

TM 31

%Rank:

15%

5%

2%

25%

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BW -1.5

WW 38

YW 53

Milk 12

TM 31

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EPD:

BW -4.8

WW 38

YW 73

Milk 5

TM 24

%Rank:

1%

6%

3%

65%

30%

EPD:

BW -0.2

WW 43

YW 86

Milk 11

TM 33

%Rank:

35%

2%

1%

25%

3%

EPD:

BW -1.3

WW 31

YW 56

Milk 15

TM 30

%Rank:

20%

25%

25%

10%

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Performance + Maternal Cowherd Offering in The Sale of Excellence

Two Full Sisters — Refer to Lot 64 & 65, sale booklet this issue • Sired by Reality and out of one of our top Cigar daughters. Both bred to JDJ Resource.

CREWS FARMS

CF Ms Duke 996

F1086141 Duke K09 x Ali Mark x Performance 932

Billy, Billy C., Barry & Brent

EPDs: CE: 7.6 BW: -0.7 WW: 31 YW: 49 M: 11 MCE: 4.0 TM: 27 SC: 0.8

Chatham, Virginia (434) 656-2361 (434) 656-3771

Top 1% WW • 2% YW • 3% TM WC Desert Storm 3027 P

M836117

Full Metal Jacket x Assertion x Western Edge

BW: 79 lbs. AWW/R: 904 lbs./129 Maternal brother to Doubletree!

Rick, Blaine, Nathan & Zack Hale Louisburg, Missouri

417-752-3703 • 417-838-7251 cell

Selling a top President daughter and an ET Full Speed heifer calf in The Sale of Excellence!

Refer to Lots 72 & 73, sale booklet this issue.

Your Choice of Fall 2013 Daughters Sell! The Sale of Excellence

Refer to Lot 62, sale booklet this issue

• Choose from a top set of heifer calves. • Added dimension, feminine, productive!

HF Hi Definition U08 ET EM756832 Cigar x Smooth Deal

HFHUDSPETH FARMS Greg, Kelley, Tracy & Lindsey Hudspeth St. Joe, Arkansas Home: (870) 439-2285 • Greg Cell: (870) 365-8969 Lindsey Cell: (870) 391-6071 www.hudspethfarms.com

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J. Neil Orth, Executive Vice President

VIEWPOINT

CHAROLAIS Timing is Everything. Make hay while the sun shines

We’re finally seeing what the analysts have been forecasting relative to cattle sales this spring. From coast to coast, producers are appreciating increased prices for seedstock and feeder cattle. It’s unprecedented. It’s easy to forget the past few years from the bottom of the cattle cycle to now. It’s also easy to forget this won’t last forever. Make no mistake, today’s beef industry economic environment is not business as usual. In fact, the markets are confounding. A significant industry fact is the 29 million head national cow herd is the smallest since 1951. According to the CattleFax Long Term Outlook, December 2013, cow numbers will continue to shrink, not because of continued drought or economic stress, but due to the fact the market is too good to keep them. The CattleFax report goes on to say, “drought relief … should lead to record-high profitability for the cow-calf segment.” The lead story in a recent USA Today reported on the impact of rising food

increase in the beef cow herd is not expected until 2016 or 2017 as producers can finally act in response to all the discussion about herd expansion thanks in large part to a break from Mother Nature. Even with expansion likely underway, it will take until 2017 or 2018 before a trend of larger fed supplies can even begin.” For seedstock producers, that’s huge! But, it also means the feeders and packers will continue to be in a tough spot keeping operations in the black without pricing beef out of the consumer’s budget. The beef industry is as strong as it’s been in decades. The difference with this cycle is the reality that while we primarily produce protein for domestic market, the U.S. is positioned to meet an increasing global demand. We have the most efficient production system in the world. We have the infrastructure to increase production and match the increased need for feed and forage. New science and technological tools are giving registered seedstock producers

“From Mother Nature to governmental interference, beef producers will continue to face difficult management decisions.” prices on household budgets. Almost every media outlet has reported on the rising price of beef. USA Today reports the average retail cost of fresh beef was $5.28 a pound, up $.24 in a single month, 22% increase in the past year, and the highest on record since 1987. The article goes on to report, fairly accurately, the reasons for the increasing prices of beef. Since beef is one of the highest priced items in the meat case, it’s easy for the consumer to focus on beef as the single culprit to deplete the monthly food budget. In fact, pork retail prices rose 6.8% in 2013 and are expected to reach $4 per pound by summer. The average wholesale price of a gallon of milk has risen 36% since December and expected to rise as much as $.50 this year. At some point we will experience the ripple effect as the consumer inevitably pushes back and seriously looks for alternatives to stretch food dollars. Meanwhile, cow-calf producers, stockers and backgrounders, cattle feeders and packers continue to sort the realities of a very short supply of cattle in the pipeline. The CattleFax report predicts herd expansion will be slow. “A significant

more confidence to make genetic selection decisions that benefit commercial cow-calf producers. Commercial cow-calf producers expanding their herds now have genomic information to use when buying replacements. Commercial producers will have the genomic information to more accurately target an end point that fits their business model, more effectively manage risk and gain access to higher premiums through value-based marketing The beef industry will always experience challenges. From Mother Nature to governmental interference, beef producers will continue to face difficult management decisions. Charolais seedstock producers and commercial producers using Char-influenced genetics have an extraordinary opportunity to expand and make improvements knowing the demand for Charolais is strong and sustainable. The old adage, “make hay while the sun shines”, always comes to mind. Those not-so-progressive producers will continue business as usual until the status quo is no longer an option. Progressive beef producers will take full advantage of the very bullish market, use the available tools to manage risk and make money. We’re all ready for the sun to shine for many days!

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UPDATES

ASSOCIATION AICA and AIJCA NEW MEMBERS Alabama

Louisiana

Nebraska

Ashlyn B Chaffin  1130 Co Road 1560 Rush Springs, OK 73082

John A Phillips 2814 Co Road 44 Hartford, AL 36344

Alex M Buratt 41394 Merritt Evans Road Prairieville, LA 70769

California

Peter & Missy Benker 2715 South Grade Road Alpine, CA 91901

R & F Farm Inc Rollins Saucier 817 Whispering Pine Ln Ville Platte, LA 70586

Brent & Joyce Petrick PO Box 292 720 Adrian Ansley, NE 68814

Colorado

Maryland

Ohio

Abby Leeann Janning  PO Box 382 Canute, OK 73626

Zaiden Kathryn Annen  33988 County Road CC Wray, CO 80758

Tess P Gavagan  1808 Kings Forest Trail Mount Airy, MD 21771

Idaho

Minnesota

Savannah E Leforce  108 S River Rd Viola, ID 83872

Indiana

Rachel M Nelson 42146 115th Ave Rice, MN 56367

Missouri

Wyatt Baker 7083 W 750 N Fairbanks, IN 47849

Braxton M Howerton  309 West Centennial Carthage, MO 64836

Kansas

Brayden R Shelton  8267 Aud Rd 108 Centralia, MO 65240

Clay W Eckert  3502 A Ridgewood Dr Hutchinson, KS 67502

Haley L Ehrke  10802 State Hwy 89 Orleans, NE 68966

DJ’s Charolais Ranch Jan Lake Rt 2 Box 76 Geary, OK 73040

Texas

Diamond A Charolais Daniel R Anderson Jr PO Box 196 Bandera, TX 78003 Hannah K Hunter  1922 Golden Bay Whitehouse, TX 75791

South Dakota

Mark L Seaman 865 Cole Road Blue Creek, OH 45616

Slack Farms Greg L Slack 27093 Fairway Circle Harrisburg, SD 57032

NK Farms Bobby E North PO Box 830 Salado, TX 77857

Oklahoma

Tennessee

Outtabout Farms John M & Tonya Peters 3430 Sand Fork Road Linn, WV 26384

Eric J Lautzenheiser 2307 Old Town Valley Rd SW New Philadelphia, OH 44663

4G Ranch Nathan R Gaskins PO Box 92 Slick, OK 74071 Ashlee R Bruner  PO Box 776 Hooker, OK 73945

West Virginia

Christopher Dylan Dean  526 Edwards St Newbern, TN 38059 William Bryce Smith  910 Biffle Road Newbern, TN 38059

 indicates AIJCA membership

Female Inventories Now Due

AmericanInternational Charolais Association The AICA is the official registry for Charolais and Charbray cattle in the United States. Charolais cattle were first brought to the U.S. in 1936. In 1957, the American Charolais Breeders Association and the International Charolais Breeders Association merged forming the present AICA. Membership in the AICA is obtainable when the applicant has ownership in at least one animal, and has paid the initial membership fee of $125. AICA annual dues are $100.

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WHR Inventories received between April 1st and April 30th - $17 per female. May 1 through May 31st - $20 per female. Received after June 1st - $32 per female. Enroll Females Online

Enrollment is available online. Click into “my inventory” to get started. Members using the online program do not need to return the paper enrollment forms. Double Check Paperwork

Spring is a busy time in the Registration Department. Please plan on at least a week turnaround time. Make sure your registration certificates are completely filled out before you send them to the office. Date of sale must be submitted on transfers. Junior National Entry Deadlines

The 2014 AIJCA Junior National will be held in Hutchinson, Kan. July 6-11. Early registration deadline is May 10 and the FINAL registration with late fees closes May 20. Ownership deadline is May 20. There is a new type of registration this year for Spectators! This registration is for breeders, family and friends joining us Wednesday evening through the conclusion of the Owned Show. Entries will be completed online at www.charolaisusa.com. Complete event and registration information starts on page 41! CHAROLAIS JOURNAL


AI Sires

AI sires used “out of herd” must be DNA tested before calves can be registered. Check the bull’s record to make sure the DNA work has been done before submitting registration papers. AICA rules require signatures on bulls you do not own. Signatures can be submitted on-line, fax, mail or e-mail. Dispose of Animals

Dispose of animals you no longer have by using the online system. The disposal button is at the bottom of the “Quick Look” screen. DO NOT dispose of bulls still being used, regardless of their status. DO NOT dispose of animals you are selling with papers. CharolaisUSA.com Advertising and Marketing Opportunities The AICA website (www.charolaisusa. com) offers a variety of online advertising opportunities. Banner ads can be linked directly to your website or sale catalog. The ads are $250 per month or $200 for two weeks for advertisers in the Charolais Journal or Charolais Edge. The general banner ad rate is $400 per month. Normally, the ads will be put on the website within 2 days after submission. Want to reach your customers directly? E-mail blasts are now offered to drop your advertisement straight into the inbox of thousands! E-mail blasts work great for upcoming sales or any ad that runs in the Charolais Journal. E-mail blasts can be linked directly to your website or sale catalog. E-mail blasts are $250 each for advertisers in the Charolais Journal or Charolais Edge. The general e-mail blast rate is $400 each. CharolaisUSA.com advertising packages are available for those advertising in the Charolais Journal or Charolais Edge. Promote your sale with a 1 month banner ad and 1 e-mail blast for $400. The Charolais Journal is now offering more services to sale booklet advertisers. Not only is the Charolais Journal an excellent spot to promote your sale, but sale booklets are now online! Easily accessible on the AICA website, check out the sales coming near you. AICA using GeneSeek

The AICA is now using GeneSeek for parentage testing, contact Marilou Wegner to request a kit. The kit is specific to the animal being tested. AICA rules require AI sire and donor cows be tested if they have not been.

AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL CHAROLAIS ASSOCIATION 11700 N.W. Plaza Circle  Kansas City, MO 64153  Phone: (816) 464-5977 Fax: (816) 464-5759  E-Mail: info@charolaisusa.com  Website: www.charolaisusa.com

ASSOCIATION STAFF

Executive Vice President J. Neil Orth  ext. 101 north@charolaisusa.com

Recording Secretary Marilou Wegner  ext. 400

mwegner@charolaisusa.com

Director of Activities David Hobbs  ext. 200

dhobbs@charolaisusa.com

AICA OFFICERS

President

Larry Lehman P.O. Box 700 Tioga, TX 76271 (940) 437-5900

Vice President

Bill Nottke 11027 Chateau Chura Sunset Hills, MO 63128 (314) 843-2930

Director of Breed Improvement & Foreign Marketing Robert Williams  ext. 103

Secretary

Youth Activities Coordinator Kaitlyn Lewis  ext. 201

Treasurer

rwilliams@charolaisusa.com

klewis@charolaisusa.com

Administrative Assistant Affiliates Coordinator Judy Clements  ext. 102

jclements@charolaisusa.com

Controller

Lewis Meyer  ext. 300 lmeyer@charolaisusa.com To use the extension numbers listed for the above staff, phone (816) 464-2474.

John Chism 1442 Lillie’s Ferry Road Winchester, KY 40391 (859) 744-8909 Robb Creasey 7500 E. 1450th St. Macomb, IL 61455 (309) 254-3223

Ex-Officio

Harlin Hecht 16732 283rd Ave. Paynesville, MN 56362 (320) 243-4386

CPI BOARD President J. Neil Orth

Board of Directors Larry Lehman Bill Nottke John Chism Robb Creasey

FIELD STAFF Southeast Representative

Floyd Wampler 207 Sparger Rd. Bristol, TN 37620-8846 cell - (423) 612-2144 fwampler@charolaisusa.com

Southwest Representative Wes Chism 3700 W 19th Ave, Apt. D 6, Stillwater, OK 74074 cell - (281) 761-5952 wchism@charolaisusa.com

North Central Representative Colt Keffer 7376 N 85th Street Omaha, NE 68122 Cell - (765) 376-8784 ckeffer@charolaisusa.com

Other Regions

Call the AICA office. (816) 464-5977

AIJCF BOARD of TRUSTEES

Chairman & Trustee Larry Lehman

Trustees

Alan Vedvei J. Neil Orth Pete Stamer Kaitlyn Lewis

AICA DIRECTORS BY AREA Area 1 Bill Romans 3801 Old Stage Rd Harper, OR 97906 (541) 358-2921

Area 9 Nathan Reinhart 70 Songbird Road Pleasant Plains, AR 72568 (870) 613-3057

Area 2 Jerry Maltby Box 760 Williams, CA 95987 (530) 473-2830

Area 10 Robb Creasey 7500 E 1450th St. Macomb, IL 61455 (309) 354-3223

Area 3 Troy Thomas 18441 Capri Place Harrold, SD 57536 (605) 973-2448

Area 11 John Chism 1442 Lillie’s Ferry Road Winchester, KY 40391 (859) 744-8909

Area 4 Dave Hebbert 62075 Hebbert Ln. Hyannis, NE 69350 (308) 458-2540

Area 12 Doug Rogers P.O. Box 1718 Collins, MS 39428 (601) 765-2983

Area 5 Larry Ludeke P.O. Box 186 Liverpool, TX 77577 (832) 439-4666

Area 13 Silas Maxwell 1120 Welcome Grove Rd Mosheim, TN 37818 (423) 422-7234

Area 6 TBD

Area 14 J. Robert Tibbs 3535 Old Level Road Havre de Grace, MD 21078 (410) 734-6873

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Area 7 Marty Lewis 9411 W 56th St S Monroe, IA 50170 (515) 250-2362 term expires 2015

Area 8 Bill Nottke 11027 Chateau Chura Sunset Hills, MO 63128 (314) 843-2930

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Area 15 Georgeanne Webb 317 Old Vineland SCH Easley, SC 29640 (864) 246-6203 term expires 2015

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Fundraising Chairman

Larry Lehman

AICA COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN & VICE CHAIRMEN Activities

Breed Improvement

Junior Council

VICE CHAIRMAN Bradley Bracewell 737 Hill Rd. Tioga, TX 76271 (940) 230-3265

VICE CHAIRMAN John Chism Area 11 Director

VICE CHAIRMAN VeaBea Thomas 18441 Capri Place Harrold, SD 57536 (605) 973-2448

CHAIRMAN Troy Thomas Area 3 Director

Advertising/Marketing CHAIRMAN Bill Nottke Area 8 Director VICE CHAIRMAN J. Robert Tibbs Area 14 Director

Affiliate

CHAIRMAN Nathan Reinhart Area 9 Director VICE CHAIRMAN Don Olsen 17050 Tuttle Creek Blvd. Randolph, KS 66554 (785) 363-2519

CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

CHAIRMAN Randy Perry 15194 Oak Creek Rd. Prather, CA 93651 (559) 278-4793

Commercial

CHAIRMAN Bill Pendergrass P.O. Box 348 Gause, TX 77857 (979) 203-6800 VICE CHAIRMAN Doug Rogers Area 12 Director

Finance

CHAIRMAN Pete Stamer 47 Snover Rd. Lafayette, NJ 07848 (973) 729-9751 VICE CHAIRMAN Robb Creasey Area 10 Director

CHAIRMAN Jeff Smith 927 E. 156th St. N. Grinnell, Iowa 50112 (641) 236-7880

Long Range Planning CHAIRMAN Lee Eaton HCR 67 Box 96 Lindsay, MT 59339 (406) 584-7546 VICE CHAIRMAN Bill Nottke Area 8 Director

Rules & Ethics

CHAIRMAN Richard Clark P.O. Box 9 Tazewell, TN 37879 (423) 626-5892 VICE CHAIRMAN Bill Romans Area 1 Director

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AICA Roll of Excellence Show Results

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo – Class A ROE

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo – Class A ROE

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

Houston, Texas  March 4, 2014 Judge: Stan Kelly, College Station, Texas Total Shown -39: Females-27; Bulls-12

Females Junior and Grand Champion: Circle K Juliette, 3-1-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Bayne Smith, Sulphur, La. Junior Calf and Reserve Grand Champion: WC CCC Mercedes 3255 P ET, 3-4-13, by TR PZC Rapid Fire 9775 P ET. JVS Cattle Co., Sulphur, La. Reserve Junior Calf: TR Ms Allie 3606A, 5-2-13, by TR PZC Mr Turton 0794 ET. Audrey Field, Celina, Texas. Senior Calf Champion: SC Cool Water 121, 10-4-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Amanda Tinkle, Tomball, Texas. Reserve Senior Calf Champion: BLB-HH Fancy’s Frieda Z88 P ET, 10-8-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Audrey Field. Reserve Junior Champion: UC Miss Crocus 52 P ET, 4-10-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Jake Smith, Sulphur, La. Senior Champion: TVCC Ms Impressive 1213P, 2-23-12, by TR PZC Impressive Fire 0792 ET. Trinity Valley Community College, Athens, Texas. Reserve Senior Champion: TVCC Ms Impressive 1209 P, 2-21-12, by TR PZC Impressive Fire 0792 ET. Trinity Valley Community College.

Class Placings

M o r e o n t h e W e b: AICA Roll of Excellence show results are available on the AICA website at www.charolaisusa.com

SHOW RESULTS

ROLL OF EXCELLENCE

Grand Champion Female

Reserve Grand Champion Female

Grand Champion Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bull

Late Spring Yearling Females – Calved to April 10 to April 17, 2012 . 3 shown. 1. Jake Smith on UC Miss Crocus 52 P ET. 2. Amanda Tinkle on PC Ms Breeze P1248. 3. Braden House on HVR Ms Supreme 220. Early Spring Yearling Females- Calved March 1, 2012. 1 shown. 1. Bayne Smith on Circle K Juliette. Junior Yearling Females – Calved February 21 to February 23, 2012. 2 shown. 1. Trinity Valley Community College on TVCC Ms Impressive 1213 P. 2. Trinity Valley Community College on TVCC Ms Impressive 1209 P.

Summer Heifer Calves- Calved August 12, Bulls 2013. 1 shown. 1. Braden House, Iola, Texas Junior and Grand Champion: WC I’ll Have Another ET, 2-14-12, by JDJ Smokester J1377 on M6 Ms Cool Grade 358 P. P ET. Bar J Charolais, JVS Cattle Co. and Wright Late Spring Heifer Calves - Calved May Charolais, Richmond, Mo. 2, 2013. 2 shown. 1. Audrey Field on TR Ms Allie 3606A. 2. Amanda Tinkle on SCC Wonder Senior and Reserve Grand Champion: BJCF Bar J Y66, 9-9-11, by M6 7M Madrid Woman 566A. 701. Bayne Smith. Early Spring Heifer Calves – Calved March 4 to March 22, 2013 . 4 shown. 1. JVS Cattle Junior Calf Champion: BJCF Aw Naw A262, 1-3-13, by HAMM Little Man 22S. Bar J Co. on WC CCC Mercedes 3255 P ET. 2. Jake Smith on M6 Ms Cool Quality 332 P. Charolais. 3. Mason Leifeste, Cameron, Texas on DCF Reserve Junior Calf Champion: Circle K Sunset 3000A. Romeo, 3-7-13, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Junior Heifer Calves - Calved January 2 to Rod Smith, Sulphur, La. February 15, 2013. 5 shown. 1. Bayne Smith Senior Calf Champion: EGD 12R’s Tiger on WC RF WIA Ms Turbo 3402. 2. Kaitlyn Z26, 11-27-12, by HAMM Bramard 12R. Jake Davlin, El Campo, Texas on Summit Princess Smith. A19. 3. Bar J Charolais, Liverpool, Texas on Reserve Senior Calf Champion: BJCF L&N RE Miss Allie 303 P. Powertrack Z115, 11-27-12, by BJCF Powerplus Winter Heifer Calves – Calved November 391. Mackenna McIntyre, Angleton, Texas. 20, 2012. 1 shown. 1. Eduardo Bustos, Reserve Senior: BJCF Better Man Y150, 12-5Houston, Texas on LKP HooDoo Barbra Y221. 11, HAMM Little Man 22S. Bar J Charolais. Senior Heifer Calves - Calved September 15 to October 25, 2012. 8 shown. 1. Amanda Class Placings Tinkle on SC Cool Water 121. 2. Audrey Field Late Summer Bulls – Calved August 11, on BLB-HH Fancy’s Frieda Z88 P ET. 3. Bayne 2013. 1 shown. 1. Sewell Cattle Company, Smith on Big Creek HF Ms Nancy 1247 P ET. Decatur, Texas on Smokin Guns Trigger. CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

Early Spring Bull Calves – Calved March 7 to March 26, 2013. 3 shown. 1. Rod Smith on Circle K Romeo. 2. Jake Smith on BPC Turton Cigar A046 Pld. 3. Trinity Valley Community College on DCF Insight 300A. Junior Bull Calves – Calved January 3 to February 18, 2013. 2 shown. 1. Bar J Charolais on BJCF Aw Naw A262. 2. Trinity Valley Community College on TVCC Impressive Wind 1305. Winter Bull Calves – Calved November 27 to December 9, 2012. 3 shown. 1. Jake Smith on EGD 12R’s Tiger Z26. 2. Mackenna McIntyre on BJCF Powertrack Z115. 3. Andrew Stetz, Sulphur, La. on EGD Lawton’s Ole Frenchie Z27. Junior Yearling Bulls – Calved February 14, 2012. 1 shown. 1. Bar J Charolais, JVS Cattle Co. and Wright Charolais on WC I’ll Have Another ET. Senior Yearling Bulls - Calved September 9 to December 5, 2011. 2 shown. 1. Bayne Smith on BJCF Bar J Y66. 2. Bar J Charolais on BJCF Better Man Y150

Groups Junior Get-of-Sire- 1 shown. 1. Trinity Valley Community College on TR PZC Impressive Fire 0792 ET. Get-of-Sire- 1 shown. 1. Trinity Valley Community College on TR PZC Impressive Fire 0792 ET. Breeder’s Herd- 1 shown. 1. Trinity Valley Community College. Group of Five Head – 2 shown. 1. Bar J Charolais. 2. Trinity Valley Community College.

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A Quality Program

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M745957 2-19-07 BW: 86 lbs. Adj. WW/R: 749 lbs./115 Adj. YW/R: 1,395 lbs./120 Adj Yrlg. REA/R: 16.25 sq. in./119.3

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VIEWPOINT

REGISTRATION Marilou Wegner,

AICA Recording Secretary

On-line user updates Tips and Tricks

Enrollments fees are $17 after April 1st. Get your enrollments in before May 1st to avoid increased fees. Females under 18 months do not need to be enrolled this year. They will be on your list for next year. Donor cows do not need to be enrolled unless they are having a natural born calf in 2014. For WHR members, the fee to register an embryo calf is $14 Keep AICA updated with your most current e-mail address. We communicate with our members via e-mail whenever possible. Check the Charolais Journal for staff e-mail addresses (page 19.) On-line users update: • Log in and dispose of animals that are no longer active by going to the “view” screen. The disposal button and list of codes is at the bottom of the “view” screen. • On-line users may choose to have their certificates held in the system, and not printed until necessary. Click the “hold” paper button at the bottom of the “registration” screen. • Certificates held in the system can be transferred on line and sent directly to your buyer. Clear the clutter in your office by having certificates held in the computer. See “my held papers” under the “my herd” tab. • Registering steers and percentage animals on line requires use of breed codes. Click the drop down box on the “calving” screen to see a list of codes. • Wondering how to change your password? Log in and click into the “tools” button. Choose “update password”. • Have you recently had ultrasound data processed on your cattle? Log-in and click into the “my ultrasound” button under the “my performance” area. You will see a list of your animals with ultrasound data, by birth year. Click on the column headers to sort the data in the way most meaningful to you. • Watch for updates to the on-line system in April and May.

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REVIEW

SALES

Charolais Sale Results Sales are listed in sale date order. A list of sales in this issue is provided below. San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo 23rd Annual All Breeds Bull & Commercial Female Sale Bina Charolais 19th Annual Powerhouse Sale 2014 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Sale R Lazy B Ranch Bull Sale Hang’n A Cattle Company 11th Annual Rancher’s Choice Bull Sale Larson Ranch 45th Annual Bull Sale Doll Ranch 34th Annual Production Sale Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo 47th Annual All Breed Registered Range Bull Sale Double-H Charolais Bull Sale Sandmeier Charolais 2014 Production Sale Windy Hills Charolais Farms & Guests 17th Annual Gateway Getaway Produce Sale Tennessee Beef Agribition Charolais Sale Wright Charolais 7th Annual Bull Sale Nipp Charolais 5th Annual Bull Sale Peterson Farms Charolais 21st Annual Top Pick Bull Sale Rogers Bar HR “Turn-Out” Charolais Bull Sale Raile Charolais 25th Annual Production Sale Zeisler Charolais 26th Annual Bull Sale

San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo 23rd Annual All Breeds Bull & Commercial Female Sale San Antonio, Texas  February 12, 2014 Auctioneer: Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas Average: 16 Lots.......................................... $4,966 Total Sale Gross................................ $79,450 By: Wes Chism High-selling lots: $9,750 – Bull. JGS Mr Samson Y206, 12-2811, by LT Santana 9234 Pld. From Sturgess Double S Cattle, LaRue, Texas. To Rocking T Cattle Co., Raymondville, Texas. $6,250 – Bull. HC Holly 1210, 2-14-12, by DCF Hollywood 9412 D. From Happy 11 Charolais, Zapata, Texas. To Stanley Woelfel, Kingsville, Texas.

Bina Charolais 19th Annual Powerhouse Sale

$9,000 – Yearling Bull. IKE Sebastion 3109, 3-10-13, by TTT Sebastion. From Sonderup Charolais Ranch.To Triple K Charolais and Dale Funk, Omaha, Neb. $7,750 – Fall Yearling Bull. Fred Progress Power 2910, 9-13-12, by Freds Progress 7308. From Fred Ranch, Rose, Neb. To Schmidt Brothers, Anselmo, Neb.

Britton, S.D.  February 21, 2014 Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar, Belle Fourche, S.D.

High-selling lots: $9,000 – Yearling Bull. RLB Big Bro 118A, 3-19-13, by KEYS Charles Bronson 189X. To Mike Peterson, Cresbard, S.D.

$7,500 – Yearling Bull. #3043, 2-11-13, by KEYS Tenacious 166S. To Roland Bromley, Drake, N.D.

2014 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Sale Kearney, Neb.  February 20, 2014 Auctioneer: Tracy Harl, Hastings, Neb. Averages: 26 Bulls.............................................. $4,710 5 Heifers............................................. $5,760 31 Lots.......................................... $4,880 Total Sale Gross.............................. $151,260

$5,500 – Bull. HACC Tribute 268 Pld, 9-2512, LT Tribute 0100 P. To Double M Ranch, Echo, Ore. Note: 57 Angus Bulls Averaged $3,611

Auctioneer: Dan Clark

By: Colt Keffer

$9,750 – Yearling Bull. #3005, 1-19-13, by KEYS Tenacious 39Y. To Mike Mettler, Lemmon, S.D.

$5,600 – Bull. HACC Rapid Wind 344 Pol, a March 2013 son of TR PZC Rapid Fire 9775 ET. To Dan Peth, Bow, Wash.

R Lazy B Ranch Bull Sale

Average: 26 Bulls........................................ $5,679 Total Sale Gross.............................. $147,654 High-selling lots: $11,750 – Yearling Bull. #3050, 2-16-13, by EC No Doubt 2022P. To Wade Heinrich, La Moure, N.D.

$5,600 – Bull. HACC Fire in the Sky 343 Pol, 3-2-13, TR Fire on the Rocks 0329X ET. To McIntyre Charolais, Oakville, Wash.

Larson Ranch Annual Bull Sale

Auctioneer: Kevin Effertz, Velva, N.D.

By: Colt Keffer

$7,500 – Bull. HACC Tribute Time 256 Pld, 9-5-12, LT Tribute 0100 P. To Lewis Livestock, Moses Lake, Wash.

$6,500 – Yearling Bull. Fancy Creek Duke 131P, 2-2-13, by Schrader’s Duke 164Y. From Fancy Creek Charolais, Randolph, Kan. To Bobkat Charolais, St. Paul, Neb.

Jamestown, N.D.  February 18, 2014

$8,250 – Yearling Bull. #3063, 2-28-13, by LT Bluegrass 4017P. To Mike Mettler.

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High-selling lots: $16,000 – Bred Heifer. SCR Miss Tuffy 2119, 2-18-12, by FC Marbler 841P. From Sonderup Charolais Ranch, Fullerton, Neb. To Cole Billeter, Bertrand, Neb.

Average: 44 Bulls........................................ $4,744 Total Sale Gross.............................. $208,736

$8,500 – Yearling Bull. #3029, 2-2-13, by KEYS Tenacious 166S. To Randy Quam, McCloud, N.D.

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Presho, S. D.  February 26, 2014 Average: 32 Bulls........................................ $3,039 Total Sale Gross................................ $97,248 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $6,500 – Yearling Bull. Lot 99, 4-13-13, by TR Mr Firewater 1783 ET. To Brian Leiferman, Kimball, S.D. $5,750 – Yearling Bull. Lot 90, 4-13-13, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792R ET. To Gary Schindler, Reliance, S.D.

$9,000 – Yearling Bull. RLB Mr Performance 952A, 3-16-13, by JLS Performer 766W Pld. To Kim Stiegelmeier, Britton, S.D.

$5,500 – Yearling Bull. Lot 83, 4-6-13, by Gerrard Montezuma. To Paul Clark, Guthrie Center, Iowa.

$8,500 – Yearling Bull. RLB Horizon 014A, 3-27-13, by RBM Fargo Y111. To Mike Peterson.

$5,500 – Yearling Bull. Lot 97, 4-12-13, by TR Mr Firewater 1783 ET. To Don Schindler, Reliance, S.D.

$8,000 – Yearling Bull. RLB Polled Asset 026A, 3-23-13 by RBM Fargo Y111. To Kim Stiegelmeier.

Doll Ranch 34th Annual Production Sale

$8,000 – Yearling Bull. RLB Big Time 44A, 3-19-13, by EC About Time 5027 Pld. To Mike Peterson.

Hang’n A Cattle Company 11th Annual Rancher’s Choice Bull Sale Eltopia, Wash.  February 22, 2014 Auctioneer: Butch Booker Average: 25 Bulls........................................ $4,238 Total Sale Gross.............................. $105,950 High-selling lots: $7,600 – Bull. HACC Tribute 257 Pld, 9-6-12, LT Tribute 0100 P. To Johnson Charolais, Deer Park, Wash.

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Mandan, N.D.  March 4, 2014 Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar, Reva, S.D. Averages: 89 Bulls.............................................. $6,421 5 Heifers............................................. $3,450 94 Lots.......................................... $6,262 Total Sale Gross.............................. $588,719 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $48,000 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr U148 Pro Bull A162 ET, 3-3-13, by JCH Mr 402 Pro U148 Pld. To Sandmeier Charolais, Bowdle, S.D. $41,000 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Top Ledger A240, 3-9-13, by LT Ledger 0332Pld. To Thomas Ranch, Harrold, S.D.

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Come join us for the Nation’s Largest Charolais Consignment Auction!

140+ Live Lots 39 consignors from 12 states

35 Bulls 60 Bred Cow/Pairs 25 Bred Heifers 20 Open Heifers Semen & Embryos

Central Kentucky

c i s s a l C s i a l o r a Ch H 9th Annual

including the Coleman Charolais Reduction Sale

Saturday, April 19 • 1 p.m. Producers Livestock Bowling Green, Kentucky Catalog available April 1 at

www.kentuckycharolais.com Sale will be streamed live on the internet—

Consignors —

www.bob-morton.com

Duke 914 x Smokester Donor Quality Females

Kentucky: Allison Charolais, SEANA Charolais, Coleman

Charolais, S&K Charolais, McKeehan Charolais, Hamilton Charolais, Friendship Farms, M&J Charolais, Rolling Hills Charolais, Adkins Charolais, Wombel Charolais, Leaning Pine Farms, David Gregory, Hayden Farms Tennessee: Circle M, Lindsey Hughes, James Carlton, Randy Gitchell, Mike Foster, Turner Charolais Mississippi: Rocky Hughes Missouri: Snowy River, Hale Charolais Alabama: Keahy Charolais, Bill B Indiana: Dal-Dav Charolais, Doub Charolais, Hess Charolais Ohio: J&P Charolais, David White, Vollborn Cattle Company Georgia: Gibson Charolais, Joe Garcia, Edward Salter Oklahoma: Nipp Charolais North Carolina: Mark Byrd Illinois: Dave McClure, Leffler Farms Minnesota: Polzin Cattle

Sale Chairman:

Frankie Anthony (270) 257-8861 anothyreality@bellsouth.com

Breeding Age Bulls

Join Charolais breeders and cattlemen from across the country! Family dinner at 6 p.m. on Friday, April 18 at the sale facility.

Top Herd Sire Prospects

For Sale Catalogs, contact:

Sale Manager:

Sale Headquarters: Country Inn & Suites (270) 781-7200

Additional Rooms: Candlewood Suites

522 Higgins Road Wartrace, TN 37183 Home: (931) 389-6865 • Cell: (931) 842-1234

bob@bob-morton.com www.bob-morton.com

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continued from page 24 $10,500 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Harvest Solution A246, 3-10-13, by DCR Mr Solution W13. To Ernie Weisbeck, Herried, S.D. $10,000 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Ledger A287, 3-13-13, by LT Ledger 0332Pld Pld. To Mark Beck, Britton, S.D. $9,500 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Morton A7, 2-2-13, by DCR Mr Morton Y15. To Mike Peterson, Cresbard, S.D. $9,500 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Solution A8, 2-3-13, by DCR Mr Solution W13. To Mike Peterson. $9,500 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Red Solution A35, 2-8-13, by DCR Mr Solution W13. To Kellogg Charolais, Watford City, N.D. $9,000 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr 8141 Double Duke A17, 2-4-13, by WCR Sir Duke 8141 Pld. To Mike Peterson. $9,000 – Yearling Bull. DCR Mr Yanke Doodle A445, 3-31-13, by HBSF Yanke 49Y Pld. To Corey Kruger, Halliday, N.D.

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo 47th Annual All Breed Registered Range Bull Sale Houston, Texas  March 5, 2014 Auctioneer: Doak Lambert, Coppell, Texas Sale Manager: Gulf Tex Livestock Marketing Average: 14 Lots.......................................... $4,564 Total Sale Gross................................ $63,900 By: Wes Chism High-selling lots: $6,200 – Bull. GWM Rudiger 184, 11-1011, by Curtis Wallace 141H. From Marti Charolais Co., Cleburne, Texas. To Jimmy Ancelet, Rayne, La. $6,000 – Bull. GWM Cancun 188, 1-7-12, by GWM Megal USA 304. From Marti Charolais Co. To Jasik Farms, Pleasanton, Texas. $5,400 – Bull. GWM Beaumont 171, 11-1911, by GWM Major League 628. From Marti Charolais Co. To Pat Griswold, Goldthwaite, Texas.

Double-H Charolais Bull Sale Yankton, S.D.  March 6, 2014 Average: 20 Bulls........................................ $2,980 Total Sale Gross................................ $59,600 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $4,900 – Yearling Bull. Double-H A-Team 303A, 1-6-13, by KEYS All State 149X. To Arden Heeren, Akron, Iowa. $4,500 – Fall Yearling Bull. Double-H White Magic, 9-30-12, by Double-H Mahalo749T ET. To Brian Feiferman, Kimball, S.D. $4,100 – Fall Yearling Bull. Double-H Gunner 224Z, 9-11-12. By Cooley Royce 1107T39Pld. To Arvie Hecht, Pequoet Lakes, Minn. $4,000 – Fall Yearling Bull. Double-H Bullet 245Z ET, 10-4-12, by KEYS Tenacious 166S. To Loren Basler, Norfolk, Neb. 26  

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Sandmeier Charolais 2014 Production Sale Bowdle, S.D.  March 7, 2014 Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar, Reva, S.D. & Seth Weishaar, Belle Fourche, S.D. Averages: 66 Two-Year-Old Bulls........................ $5,652 27 Fall Bulls....................................... $5,490 84 Yearling Bulls................................ $5,928 177 Lots........................................ $5,652 Total Sale Gross........................... $1,000,404 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $11,500 – Yearling. #3364, 4-16-13, by KEYS Tenacious 10W. To Terry Henderson, Lodgepole, S.D. $11,000 – Yearling. #3143, 3-26-13, by KEYS Tenacious 10W. To Terry Henderson. $10,500 – Yearling. #3092, 3-22-13, by SCC Charlie X331. To Houck Triple U Ranch, Akaska, S.D. $10,000 – Yearling. #3025, 3-10-13, by KEYS Tenacious 10W. To Mike Peterson, Cresbard, S.D. $9,500 – Two-Year-Old Bull. #2422, 5-2412, by EC/CY Rally 7033 KEYS Tenacious 222U. To Eagle Nest Ranch, Lodgepole, S.D. $9,500 – Yearling. #3230, 3-31-13, by SCC Charlie X331. To Houck Triple U Ranch. $9,500 – Yearling. #3332, 4-10-13, by SCC Charlie X331. To Houck Triple U Ranch. $9,500 – Yearling. #3268, 4-16-13, by DCR Mr Buckle Assert. To Houck Triple U Ranch. $9,500 – Yearling. #3011, 2-10-13, by KEYS Tenacious 10W.To Terry Henderson.

Windy Hills Charolais Farms & Guests 17th Annual Gateway Getaway Produce Sale Cedar Hill, Mo.  March 7, 2014 Auctioneer: Rob Nord, Clinton, Ill. Sale Consultant: Outfront Cattle Service, College Station, Texas Averages: 6 Cow-Calf Pairs................................. $3,133 15 Bred Cows..................................... $2,350 4 Cow-Calf Splits................................. $3,388 5 Bulls................................................ $2,185 11 Open Heifers................................. $1,831 2 Bred Heifers.................................... $1,700 43 Lots.......................................... $2,374 Not included in the above averages: 8 Percentage Charolais Cow-Calf Pairs....$2,975 Total Sale Gross.............................. $125,875 By: David Hobbs High-selling lots: $3,975 – Cow-Calf Split. WH Keys Daisy X028 P, 3-8-10, by Keys Pirate 161T. Rebred to CJC Mr President T122. Heifer calf, 6-2713, by WH Graham 057 P. From Windy Hill Charolais Farms, Cedar Hill, Mo. Cow to Linda Tennyson, Cuba, Mo., for $3,000. Calf to Dicken Charolais, Poplar Bluff, Mo., for $975. $3,600 – Cow-Calf Pair. WH Spirit 924, 9-609, by LV Guardian Angel R34 Pld ET. Rebred to WH Triple Play 201 Pld. Bull calf, 12-19-13, by JASR Wingman 46X. From David & Annette Bonacker, Cedar Hill, Mo. To Jewel Spurlock, Judsonia, Ark.

$3,400 – Cow-Calf Pair. Hales Ms Nancy Mark 0010, 3-13-10, by JDJ Royal Trade N134. ET bull calf, 1-20-14, by CJC Mr President T122 X JC Maggie 703. From Windy Hill Charolais Farms. To Paul Wimsatt, Verona, Mo. $3,400 – Bred Cow. WH Duke’s Lacie 9019 Pld, 2-21-09, by PR Sir Duke 6105 ET P. Bred to CJC Mr President T122. From Windy Hill Charolais Farms. To Mark Froemling, Red Bud, Ill. $3,350 – Bred Cow. WH Leading Angel 8074 Pld, 9-28-08, by LV Guardian Angel R34 Pld ET. Bred to Big Creek Game Changer 201 P. From Dylan Bonacker, Cedar Hill, Mo. To Sparks Charolais Farm, LaMonte, Mo. $3,350 – Cow-Calf Split. WH Orphan Annie X004 P, 1-24-10, by PR Sir Duke 6105 ET P. Rebred to CJC Mr President T122. Bull calf, 7-2-13, by WH Graham 057 P. From Windy Hill Charolais Farms. Cow to Dicken Charolais for $2,400. Calf to Jewel Spurlock for $950. $3,300 – Cow-Calf Pair. Double-H Miss Trademart 836U, 10-3-08, by CJC Trademark H45. Rebred to M6 Bells & Whistles 258P. Heifer calf, 10-21-13, by WC CCC Full Metal Jacket 1127 P. From Windy Hill Charolais Farms. To Rocking S Ranch, Bristow, Okla.

Tennessee Beef Agribition Charolais Sale Lebanon, Tenn.  March 8, 2014 Auctioneer: Joe McKee, Lebanon, Tenn. Sale Manager: Bob Morton, Wartrace, Tenn. Averages: 9 Bulls................................................ $2,405 2 Cow-Calf Pairs................................. $3,025 8 Bred Heifers.................................... $2,284 7 Open Heifers................................... $1,500 26 Lots.......................................... $2,180 Total Sale Gross................................ $56,475 By: Floyd Wampler High-selling lots: $3,300 – Cow-Calf Pair. LaFraise Erin 372, 3-29-12, by TR Smokeonthewater ET. Bull calf, 3-8-14, by Raile 2250 T077. From LaFraise Farms, Flanagan, Ill. To Bill Montgomery, Ewing, Va. $3,100 – Bull. TMC Jim 279 P, 9-2-12, by PJ Function 956 P. From Tim Mueller Charolais, Altenburg, Mo. To Stolts Farm, Collinwood, Tenn.

Wright Charolais 7th Annual Bull Sale Kearney, Mo.  March 8, 2014 Auctioneer: Rob Nord, Clinton, Ill. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales, Oakley, Kan.

Averages: 33 Fall Yearling Bulls.......................... $7,591 80 Spring Yearling Bulls..................... $7,184 113 Lots........................................ $7,303 Total Sale Gross.............................. $825,250 By: David Hobbs High-selling lots: $30,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC Sky’s The Limit 3184 P, 2-7-13, by WC Up The Limit 1128 P ET. To Lindskov-Thiel Ranch, Isabel, S.D. (2/3 interest, full possession.) $26,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC Unleashed 3128 P ET, 1-17-13, by DA Passport 502 P ET. To Cavender Ranch, Jacksonville, Texas. (1/2 interest, spring/summer possession.) CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

$26,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC Land Shark 3118 P, 1-13-13, by WC CCC Bud Heavy 903 Pld ET. To Wild Indian Acres, Cedar Hill, Mo., Clear Creek Farm, St. James, Mo., Hale Farms, Louisburg, Mo., and G4 Charolais, Bonne Terre, Mo. (2/3 interest.) $18,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC CCC Devil’s Cut 3444 P ET, 2-14-13, by LT-WC Templeton 1483 Pld ET. From Wright Charolais, Richmond, Mo., and Cody Cattle Co., Richmond, Mo. To Broberg Charolais, Tilden, Neb. (1/2 interest, fall possession.) $18,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC CCC Jameson 3449 P ET, 2-16-13, by LT-WC Templeton 1483 Pld ET. From Wright Charolais and Cody Cattle Co. To Bar J Charolais, Liverpool, Texas, and JVS Cattle Co., Sulphur La. (2/3 interest, full possession.) $18,000 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC Over Time 3015 P, 1-23-13, by LT Long Distance 9001 Pld. To Beaver Charolais, Collins, Iowa. (2/3 interest, full possession.) $15,000 – Fall Yearling Bull. WC Going The Distance 2538, 10-11-12, by LT Long Distance 9001 Pld. To Cavender Ranch. (1/2 interest, fall possession.) $14,500 – Spring Yearling Bull. WC Boardwalk 3216 P, 2-14-13, by WC Up The Limit 1128 P ET. To Vaughn Family Ranch, Derby, Kan., and Hubert Charolais Ranch, Oakley, Kan. (2/3 interest, full possession.) $12,000 – Fall Yearling Bull. WC Ledger 2537 P ET, 10-10-12, by LT Ledger 0332 P. To Bruce Roy, Mansura, La. (2/3 interest, full possession.) Note: Bulls sold to 19 states, Mexico and Canada.

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Ardmore, Okla.  March 15, 2014 Auctioneer: Greg Clifton, Hurst, Texas Sale Manager: Bob Morton Management, Wartrace, Tenn. Average: 89 Lots.......................................... $3,878 Total Sale Gross.............................. $345,100 By: Wes Chism High-selling lots: $10,250 – Bull. Bamboo Reliable 2302, 8-31-12, by EC Reliable 5043 Pld. From Bamboo Road Farms, Marshallville, Ga. To Clint Hartman, Burneyville, Okla. $6,250 – Bull. EZB/NC Easy Mac 278 P, 9-812, by EJS Perfect Ease 9033 PET. From Nipp Charolais, Overbrook, Okla. To Larry Vititow, Sulphur Springs, Texas. $5,500 – Bull. EZB/NC Easy Mac Duke 266P, 9-27-12, by EJS Perfect Ease 9033 PET. From Nipp Charolais. To Ollie Raney, Chickasha, Okla. $5,500 – Bull. NC Converse 2711, 8-3012, by NC Buds My Rep 7815. From Nipp Charolais. To Ricky Malone, Bennington, Okla. $5,500 – Bull. NC Cornerstone 2095, 9-112, by NC Buds My Rep 7815. From Nipp Charolais. To Ricky Malone. $5,250 – Bull. RF Rapid Fire 465Z, 9-1012, by TR PZC Rapid Fire 9775 ET. From Ridder Farms, Hermann, Mo. To T L McCoy, Blum, Texas.


Peterson Farms Charolais 21st Annual Top Pick Bull Sale Norwood, Mo.  March 15, 2014 Auctioneer: Rob Nord, Clinton, Ill. Sale Manager: Mitchell Management, Koshkonong, Mo. Averages: 8 Summer Yearling Bulls.................... $2,700 31 Fall Yearling Bulls.......................... $2,805 11 Spring Yearling Bulls..................... $2,110 5 Red Hot Bulls.................................. $3,540 55 Lots.......................................... $2,717 Total Sale Gross.............................. $149,450 By: David Hobbs High-selling lots: $4,750 – Fall Yearling Bull. PF Mr Efficient 2113 Pld, 9-4-12, by ACE-ORR Efficient 972 P. To McMillin Charolais, Cole Camp, Mo. $3,700 – Summer Yearling Bull. PF SF Ranger 311 P, 5-6-12, by PF Tradition 65N P ET. To Trey Faucett, Mt. Vernon, Mo. $3,700 – Fall Yearling Bull. PF Mr Field Rep 2109 Pld, 9-4-12, by SR/NC Field Rep 2158 P ET. To Harrison Ranch, Lindsay, Okla. $3,700 – Red Hot Bull. PF Smash RA20 P, 10-18-12, out of PF Miss Peugeot 5081 P. To Ellison Farms, Theodosia, Mo. $3,700 – Red Hot Bull. PF Smash RH3 P, 10-2-12, out of PF Ms Chrome 0058 P. To Brent Emerson, Armstrong, Mo.

Rogers Bar HR “TurnOut” Charolais Bull Sale Collins, Miss.  March 15, 2014 Auctioneer: Tommy Barnes, Lowndesboro, Ala. Averages: 41 Two-Year-Old Bulls........................ $4,095 15 Yearling Bulls................................ $2,450 56 Lots.......................................... $3,654 Total Sale Gross.............................. $204,645 By: Floyd Wampler High-selling lots: $5,500 – Bull. HBR Profit 52P, 1-23-12, by HBR Profit 672 P. To Ed Eddins, Faunsdale, Ala. $5,250 – Bull. HBR Magnum 101P, 10-23-12, by HBR Magnum 514 P ET. To Jack Sojourner, Natchey, Miss. $5,000 – Bull. HBR Program 78P, 9-20-12, by HBR Program 297 P. To Jeffrey Campbell, Mercersburg, Pa. $5,000 – Bull. HBR Profit 18P, 11-19-11, by HBR Profit 729P. To Jack Sojourner.

Raile Charolais 25th Annual Production Sale St. Francis, Kan.  March 17, 2014 Auctioneer: Tracy Harl, Hastings, Neb. Averages: 45 Yearling Bulls................................ $4,600 5 Open Heifers................................... $1,787 50 Lots.......................................... $4,319 Total Sale Gross.............................. $215,935 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $10,000 – Bull. Raile J827 A005, 3-9-13, by Schurrtop H571 J827 P. To Randy Schmidt, Gordon, Neb.

$8,500 – Bull. Raile Y064 A31, 3-2-13, by Raile Sovereign J827 Y064. To Jay Lee, Madrid, Neb. $7,500 – Bull. Raile 0332 A081, 3-13-12, by LT Ledger 0332 P. To George Lee, Elsie, Neb. $7,500 – Bull. Raile Y064 A019, 3-1-13, by Raile Sovereign J827 Y064. To Vinton Land and Cattle, Mullen, Neb. $7,500 – Bull. Raile 0332 A010, 3-4-13, by LT Ledger 0332 P. To Brandon Sellars, North Platte, Neb. $7,500 – Bull. Raile 0332 A013, 3-9-13, by LT Ledger 0332 P. To Vinton Land and Cattle. $7,500 – Bull. Raile X195 A037, 3-3-13, by Raile 4017 X195. To Sellars Cattle, Wellfleet, Neb.

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Auctioneer: Tracy Harl, Hastings, Neb. Average: 45 Yearling Bulls.......................... $4,267 Total Sale Gross.............................. $192,015 By: Colt Keffer High-selling lots: $7,500 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Thunder Rider A75 P, 2-26-13, by IQCR Thunder Rider X96 P. To Wayne Geiser, Merna, Neb. $7,250 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Thunder Rider A101 P, 3-3-13, by IQCR Thunder Rider X96 P. To Herris Lambley, Burke, S.D. $7,000 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Thunder Rider A51 P, 2-22-13, by IQCR Thunder Rider X96 P. To Kenner Incorporated, Wood Lake, Neb. $6,750 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Gossip A104 P, 3-3-13, by WCR Sir Gossip 612 P. To Peppel Farms, St. Charles, S.D. $6,500 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Thunder Rider A89 P, 3-1-13, by IQCR Thunder Rider X96 P. To Kenner Incorporated. $6,250 – Yearling Bull. RZ Sir Gossip A85 P, 2-28-13, by WCR Sir Gossip 612 P. To Kenner Incorporated.

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Area 1: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,

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New Mexico, Oregon, Utah,Washington, Wyoming Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota Kansas and Oklahoma Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,

Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia

To be eligible you must be at least 16 years old and not yet 21 as of January 1, 2014 and have attended at least one Junior National. If you are the 1st, 2nd or 3rd alternate from 2013 seeking an At-Large position, please resubmit an application with your intent to run in 2014. Applications can be found at www.charolaisusa.com.

Application Deadline is May 20, 2014!

2014 Sho-Me Classic Junior Show June 14

Open to the World Junior Charolais Show Missouri State Fairgrounds • Sedalia, Missouri

Pre-Entry Deadline: May 15 Shows for:

Steers, Bulls, Percentage Heifers, Bred & Owned Heifers and Owned Heifers

For entry form and information visit the MCBA website –– www.missouricharolais.com For questions, contact:

Linda Hickam (573) 819-0159

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SEMEN TEST

BEFORE BULL TURNOUT By Heather Smith Thomas

It’s always a good idea to have a breeding soundness evaluation and semen check for any bull you plan to use—not only for bulls you purchase, but also the bulls you kept over from last year. Even though they might have been fine last year, injuries or infections can change that picture. Make sure each bull is good to go—before your breeding season. Most producers make sure that every bull passes a breeding soundness examination before putting him out with cows. As stated by Dr. Dee Whittier (Professor, Large Animal Clinical Sciences, Virginia Tech), it is always good to start with the bull breeding soundness exam that is outlined by the Society of Theriogenology. “This is based on good research and is a place to start, when assessing a bull. It basically looks at 5 things: physical soundness (feet and legs, eyes, etc.), reproductive tract soundness, scrotal circumference that meets the minimum requirement, minimum percentage of sperm cells that are normal, and acceptable motility. This is where we start, and we recommend that every bull, every year, have a breeding soundness exam.” During that exam, a semen sample will be collected, and checked. The semen will be evaluated for motility, velocity, total number of sperm, and any major sperm defects that will significantly affect fertility. “The Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan did a study and put together all their data on bull breeding soundness exams. They found that basically the same percentage of bulls failed at each age, across the years. Some stockmen feel that they only need to test the young bulls or the older bulls; they think the middle-aged bulls won’t have problems. But just as high a percentage of those bulls fail every year, as well,” says Whittier. 28  

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Optimum sperm production and sperm health depends on the testicles being a few degrees cooler than body temperature.

Several things can interfere with fertility, including high temperature and cold weather. Temperatures outside the optimum for sperm production may reduce sperm quality and quantity, especially if the bull can’t keep his testicles cool enough in hot weather or warm enough in cold weather (by raising and lowering them away from the body). Scrotal frostbite (which can often occur in northern climates with cold weather and wind, if bulls don’t have adequate windbreaks) can result in scar tissue that makes it impossible for the bull to raise and lower his testicles, rendering him infertile. This may be temporary and not a serious problem (if the damage heals before the next breeding season) or permanent if the damage is extensive. “The bull may be out for the next breeding season, or maybe out for his lifetime, depending on the damage,” says Whittier. If your area had cold weather— especially if there was wind during the cold—bulls should be checked before the next breeding season to make sure they have recovered, if there’s a chance they may have suffered scrotal frostbite.

Optimum sperm production and sperm health depends on the testicles being a few degrees cooler than body temperature. This is why the bull must be able to lower his testicles in hot weather, and draw them up closer to the body for warmth in winter. Hot weather can be detrimental to fertility, as can a high fever if the bull is sick or suffers from an infection like foot rot. The sperm that were forming at the time he had a fever will be abnormal, and he will have an infertile period about 60 days following the fever. Summer heat may render a bull temporarily infertile. “I live in a part of the country where fescue is our major grass. The toxin in fescue inhibits cattle’s ability to shunt blood to the outside of the body so they can get rid of heat,” says Whittier. It is harder for the animal to regulate its temperature, and there is more risk for heat stress. “Cows suffering from heat stress may not become pregnant (or may lose the embryo) but bulls are also adversely affected. We constantly talk to producers about introducing clover into their fescue pastures, and having a fertilization program that doesn’t stimulate the fescue to outcompete the other plants. There is lots of management involved in dealing with this problem. One whole side of our state has largely abandoned spring calving just because of the problem of getting cows bred during the heat of summer. Many bulls show decreases in fertility earlier

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Also — Choice of Bar J Bulls Choice from ABS Charolais Bulls Choice from Genex Charolais Bulls Semen from Thomas Ranch Bulls and more to come!

Contact — Spencer Schrader 2014 Junior National Fundraising Chair (785) 488-7204 schrader@twinvalley.net Galen Fink 2014 Junior National Planning Chair (785) 532-9936 finkbull1@twinvalley.net Kaitlyn Lewis AICA Director of Youth Activities (816) 464-2474 ext. 201 klewis@charolaisusa.com A P R I L 2 0 1 4   31


AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR CHAROLAIS ASSOCIATION

Chelsea Woodcock, Secretary

VIEWPOINT

JUNIOR

Make a Difference

Join us in giving back

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Treasurer Mason Lewis Monroe, IA (515) 205-9161

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Vice President Haley Stalcup Prescott, IA (641) 344-6692

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hstalcup@iastate.edu

Hi Charolais Juniors! For those of you who don’t know

me, I am Chelsea Woodcock your 2013-2014 AIJCA Junior Board of Director Secretary. I am currently in my senior year at California State University, Fresno getting ready to graduate with my Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science- Pre-Veterinary Science. I am sure many of you have heard the old saying “It takes a village to raise a child.” This saying is true on many levels but why is this relevant? Well, the community in which you live has influenced your upbringing in one way or another. This influence can be anything from involvement in your local 4-H, Girl/Boy Scouts, playing in community sports or belonging to a church or youth group. Through your involvement in these programs you have met many people and, perhaps, you have been rewarded along the way for achievements met. Your community is molding or has molded you into the adult you will or have become. Now, have you ever thought about how you may have influenced your community? For example, I used to

community service? Right here with your fellow Charolais junior members! The AIJCA has promoted collecting pop/ soda tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charity for several years. Our involvement started with past AIJCA Junior Board President Ty Eschenbaum from Lake Preston, S.D. When a child gets sick, the Ronald McDonald House Charity will help families stay together while that child is being treated. One of the many services that they help provide is housing and food to these families. They are involved in communities in 58 countries and have been at work since 1974. You can start collecting pop/soda tabs today and bring them to Charolais Junior National this summer. The junior member who brings in the most pop tabs will receive a prize! In addition, this year at Junior National in Hutchinson, we will be having a canned food drive for the local food pantry. It will be our way of giving back to the community of Hutchinson during our week long stay there. I encourage every junior that attends Junior National this year to bring at least one canned food to donate to the food pantry. We

“Let’s continue expanding our role within the communities we have grown up in and the communities we travel to!” volunteer at the Santa Cruz County Fair each year. This included helping with updating the barns (repainting, fixing hinges and pulling out old nails) before fair to help with the Auction Buyer’s Dinner. This is just one example of a form of community service. Community service makes a difference in not only someone else’s life but can also make a difference in your life. For many of you, college is right around the corner and, if it’s not, it is never too early to start thinking about it. In your preparation for this next step in life, a resume should start becoming a priority. This organized piece of paper tells others about whom you are and what you have done. Besides your education and work experience, community service is one of the categories that will catch the eye of others. This is because it shows that you have compassion, are well rounded and willing to give back to something that invested time in you. I am willing to bet that most of you are already involved in a local community service project, but how about giving back to the communities that you travel to or a worldwide charity? How would you get started with that type of 32  

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will have a collection bin for you to put your donation in. Let’s continue expanding our role within the communities we have grown up in and the communities we travel to! Maybe when you get back home, you will go back to that little league you played in and become an assistant coach or maybe you will collect canned food for your local food pantry. It not only will touch the lives of others but will make you feel good too! Just remember community service isn’t something you have to do on your own, get your family and your friends involved too!

2014 AIJCA Junior National July 6-11 • Hutchinson, Kan. Complete Event and Registration Information starts on page 41 of this issue!

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Secretary Chelsea Woodcock Clovis, CA (559) 765-1092 crwoodcockn01@gmail.com

Directors By Area Area 1 Kade Beck Declo, ID (208) 650-9462

At Large Lauryn Brown Strathmore, CA (559) 789-7928

kadebeck_03@hotmail.com

racerchick3@gmail.com

Area 2 Haley Stalcup Prescott, IA (641) 344-6692

At Large Megan Johnson Beaver, OK (580) 552-1915

hstalcup@iastate.edu

meg-28@live.com

Area 3 Kurtis Clawson Satanta, KS (620) 649-7388

At Large Jaid Runft Scandia, KS (785) 335-3030

clawsonk@ksu.edu

jrunft@yahoo.com

Area 4 Macie Wagstaff Price, TX (903) 646-5220

At Large Chelsea Woodcock Clovis, CA (559) 765-1092

macierena@hotmail.com

crwoodcockn01@gmail.com

Area 5 Mason Lewis Monroe, IA (515) 205-9161 mason_lewis@hotmail.com

Area 6 Kate Shaffer Carthage, MO (417) 793-4315 kateshaffer@yahoo.com

Area 7 Rachael Hockenberry Woodbine, MD (301) 802-0050 mdfarmgrrl@hotmail.com

Area 8 Nick Williams Bremen, AL (256) 339-3870 nickwilliams712@yahoo.com

Committee Chairmen Fundraising Mason Lewis Programs & Activities Haley Stalcup

Membership Chelsea Woodcock Junior National Matt Loggains

Aijca Membership Membership in the nationwide AmericanInternational Junior Charolais Association (AIJCA) is open to anyone 21 years of age and under as of January 1 of the present year. The initial membership fee is $30 and $25 annual dues thereafter.


49TH ANNUAL

Missouri Charolais Breeders

STATE SALE

Sale Date & Time

Sale Manager:

Greg Hubert P.O. Box 100 Oakley, KS 67748 785/672-3195 (office) 785/672-7449 (cellular)

Saturday, April 26, 2014 • 1 p.m.

Sale Location:

Sho-Me Shorthorn Sale Facility 7750 Hwy. AB East • Columbia, Missouri From intersection of Interstate 70 and Hwy. 63 South, go eight miles south. Turn east on Deer Park Exit. Go 1 1/2 miles east on Hwy. AB. Sale facility is on south side of road.

Sale Day Telephones:

Charolais Journal Representative: David Hobbs • 913-515-1215

Auctioneer:

Greg Hubert • 785-672-7449 (Cellular) David Hobbs • 913-515-1215 (Cellular)

Rob Nord • 217-519-0375

Sale Sponsor:

A lunch will be served at 11 a.m.

Lunch: Health:

Missouri Charolais Breeders’ Association

All cattle will be accompanied by proper health certificates for immediate shipment.

1a 1b

GC MILAGRO 302 P ET

02/10/2013 POLLED BW: 85 lbs. ADJ.WW: 711 lbs. Weight 2-26-14: 1,270 lbs.

GC ALEXANDRO 303 P ET

02/18/2013 POLLED BW: 95 lbs. ADJ.WW: 845 lbs. Weight 2-26-14: 1,410 lbs.

SPARROWS SANCHEZ 715T CML ENCORE 4Y M806872 CML PLD WILMA 3S M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET GC WHITNEY LOU 6G5-1351 F1165044 GC KRISTY LOU 1351-834

SPARROWS ALCATRAZ 18N SPARROWS DANA 321 L MERIT VINTAGE 4065P TARGET PLD GINNY 40P WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 HOODOO CROOK 9010 SF MISS 834

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 2.3 -0.2 10 23 5 1.1 1.0 0.5

Saturday at 1 p.m. Columbia, Missouri Trucking:

Please contact the sale manager to assist you with any trucking arrangements.

Breeding Guarantee: All females are guaranteed to be breeders.

Absentee Bidding:

If you are unable to attend the sale, but wish to purchase on order, please contact Sale Manager Greg Hubert or Charolais Journal Representative David Hobbs.

Insurance: Insurance will be available at the settlement area.

Banquet:

Join us Friday evening at the Courtyard by Marriott, 6:00 pm for the Annual Banquet.

Lot 1B

Selling Buyer’s choice of ¾ interest and full possession in your choice in either brother! You have not seen two thicker, deeper-bodied sons of Encore to date! Encore was the 2013 Reserve National Champion Bull at Fort Worth and a full brother to the 2012 Denver Grand Champion Bull CML Diablo 2X! The dam of these two bulls GC “Whitney Lou” has been a great one for Donnie. She was born in 2006 and has had four natural born herd sires in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 and then went into embryo transplant. He is using three of these as herd sires and another sold to club-calf breeder Karl Johnson. Her Hoodoo bred dam is the featured donor dam on the ranch. Only to bring out a couple of great ones and promote the Gast Charolais program did Donnie hold these bulls for this sale! The astute Charolais breeder needs to be looking here! Presented by Gast Charolais, Donnie Gast, Nevada, Missouri, 417-321-2184

Herd Sire Prospects

Lot 1A

April 26, 2014


Open Show Heifer Prospects

2

CRUTCHER BIG CREEK IZZY 0301A 11/26/2013 F1177049 POLLED TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET CIRCLE K CROWN ROYAL M815657 DFH ANITA 155 P M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET CCC ELLIE MAE 301 P F1063672 JH MS PRIMETIME 4307 PLD BW: 75 lbs

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET RAC ANNIE 7505 ET WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 WCR PRIME TIME 908 P JH SHEREE

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: N/A 1.3 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Big Creek CCC Mable 301Y

RCR LUNCH DATE 3019

3

11/06/2013 F1179275 POLLED LT RIO BLANCO 1234 P VPI FREE LUNCH 708T M736773 VPI MISS DUCHESS 404 P SR/NC FIELD REP 2158 P ET RCR FIELDREP’S DREAM 8793 P F1101949 RCR MISS TRADIT 5654 P BW: 81 lbs

This late November heifer comes to you with as pretty of a pattern as you will find! Here's your opportunity to pick up a young fall heifer calf and stay out of the September/October classes. She is a maternal sister to the Lot 15A & 15B “Choice of Full Sisters!” She is out of Ellie Mae and by a Fire Water son from Circle K, who works as a herd sire for Hankins Farms, which makes her a ¾ sibling to Mable, Sparkle & Hope. She won't disappoint you for style points with a sleek front, big square hip and eye-appeal to spare. Juniors, don't miss an opportunity to have a two year show heifer backed by a winning cow family. Presented by Lucas Crutcher, Fair Grove, Missouri 417-766-3278 & Big Creek Charolais, Jeannine Doughty, Harrisonville, Missouri 816-616-8838

WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD LT PRAIRIE MAID 4054 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD VCR MISS DUCHESS 703 PLD LHD MR PERFECT Y416 SR LADY EASE 914 ET WCR SIR TRADITION 066 RCR 8347 POLLED

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 5.2 -0.6 37 67 6 4.6 25 1.0

A very young fall born heifer that is thick and deep-bodied. She is sired by the Virginia Tech popular calving ease bull VPI Free Lunch and she has a powerful set of EPD's on her with her WW & YW EPD's in the top 6% of the breed. Her dam was our #1 weaning & yearling weight ratio heifer of our fall 2008 calf crop, with ratios of 112 and 113. The maternal grand dam of this heifer is a full sister to RCR Traditions Ned, a many time AICA carcass Trait Leader. Presented by Ricketts Charolais Ranch, Rex Ricketts, Hallsville, Missouri 573-808-6286 Lot 4A

4a 4b

10/15/2013

RF707292

L&N RE MS PUFF 326 TW 10/15/2013

RF707291

HOODOO CROOK 7118 HOODOO SLASHER 1144 M625629 MISS HOODOO Z6151 JH WIND 5309 PLD JH SHEREE 719 P F1107306 JH SHEREE BW: 85 lbs

HOODOO 5076 MISS HOODOO ZT036 HOODOO 3013 MS ASTRO Z 5211 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD PC MISS KOJACK N114 MAZEPPA ED JH MS SHANIA PLD

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: -5.4 1.9 20 34 7

POLLED

UNSTOPPABLE PF MIRAGE 9066 P RE MIRACLE STYLE 33 PLD F991850 TE MS T 16 PLD

HF SHEREE 1320

10/07/2013 F1179400 POLLED/S

POLLED

BW: 65 lbs.

BW: 65 lbs.

PF IMPRESSED 620 P ET SCV MS SENTINEL F430 WCR SIR T 2254 KCS STYLISH 9213

Larry tells me, “that these two little bunnies are really adorable!” October twin heifer calves sired by the great Monopoly son Unstoppable. Their dam is also the dam of the Lautner club calf sire Texas Twister, a fantastic bull that has been used all over the nation. Their dam is also the dam of the tremendous donor RE Massive Girl 806, a top end donor for L & N. You will have the opportunity to purchase choice of the twins with the option to double the bid and take both. Don't miss out on this great pair of composite heifer calves. Presented by L & N Charolais, Larry Julian, Crane, Missouri 417-536-6582

Lot 4B

5

L&N RE UNSTOPPABLE MS 327 TW

-2.6 17

Here's a fancy little lady ready to take you to the backdrop. Backed by the show sire Slasher and the Hankins’ proven Wind 5309 bull, she is destined to be in your show string. #5309 sired the popular show cow and donor Big Creek Addison, who captured many championships and produced high-selling lots in the Ten Grand, National Sale and the Iowa Beef Expo. Sheree has that same great look that the Slasher's are known for; cool haired, big-hipped, deep-middled and attractive. You're not going to want to miss a chance to own a Hoodoo influenced heifer as cool as this one! Presented by Hankins Farms, Don and Jason Hankins, Willard, Missouri 417-861-2316

Lot 5


6b

WIA MS DOWNTOWN PLD

09/02/2013 EF1178996 POLLED

WIA MS SOUTHERN GIRL PLD 09/05/2013 EF1178995 POLLED

ALI BABA BRAMARD HAMM CHARBONEAU 2N ZH ENERGETTE 516E HAMM MOGO U23 FFM754943 TWJ ROMANOV 180 MOGO 2003 0094 LADY EVA WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET HBR LADY LIZ 721 P BAR5 MS PREVIEW 418 P ET F858790 RC BUD 04 ET RC MS BUD 418 POLLED MISS SHOWGUN RC 416

Lot 6A

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 4.0 1.5 15 23 1 4.3 9

These two E.T.s will have lots of friends sale day. Their sire is the popular 2010 41st National Show in Denver Reserve Grand Champion Bull. Their dam was also a successful show female and was named the 2000 AIJCA Junior National Reserve Grand Champion for Lane Baldwin, Drury, Missouri. The maternal grand dam RC Ms Bud 418 is a full sister to RC Budsmydad. The only full sister to these heifers sold to Bar J Charolais in Texas for $5,500 in the 1st Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale and went on to be the 2012 Reserve Grand Champion Heifer at the Iowa State Fair. Presented by Wild Indian Acres, Mike Kisner, House Springs, Missouri, 636-236-0306

Lot 6B

7

WIA MS LADY ROYCE PLD

09/24/2013 EF1179486 POLLED SCHURRTOP HCR RANCHER COOLEY ROYCE 1107T39 M745957 MS COOLEY S DUKE 1107N60 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD EC LADY DUKE 2022 P F956614 JES MS ADVANTAGE C74 BW: 80 lbs

SCHURRTOP EASE 8953 PLD SCHURRTOP ML 6056 1184 P WCR SIR DUKE 17J ET P MS CCR TRADIT 1107K7 PET WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 SCR SIR ADVANTAGE 9048 JES MS AVIGNON T97

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

Open Show Heifer Prospects

6a

EPDs: 3.8 1.3 26 63 14 3.1 27 0.8

Lot 7

8

A young September prospect sired by the $32,500 popular Cooley Royce 1107T39 and out of the dam of EC No Doubt 2022! The Royce cattle have been in demand across the United States. The donor dam of this heifer weaned off her first four natural bull calves at adjusted weaning weights of: 861, 762, 752 and 804 lbs. A flush in EC Lady Duke 2022 sold to Australia for $4,000. Presented by Wild Indian Acres, Mike Kisner, House Springs, Missouri 636-236-0306

WIA MS MERRY GO ROUND PLD 09/12/2013 EF1178997 POLLED

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET TR PZC RAPID FIRE 9775 ET EM776309 JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET THOMAS MS IMPRESSIVE0641 BCI MISS VERYLIMIT 6033P LT ASSERTION 1277 P LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P LT PEARL’S BREEZE 2236 P LT BLUE BALLERINA 9405 PLD F1107696 LT EASY BLEND 5125 PLD LT BALLERINA 7143 P LT BALLERINA 3099 PLD CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 5.8 -1.2 28 53 5 4.5 19

This September show prospect is sired by the National Reserve Grand Champion Rapid Fire, a full brother to National Champions Firegirl, Bomshell, Ivory Angel and Turton. Her dam first gained attention from the breed when she was the Reserve Division Champion at the 2010 AIJCA Junior Nationals over Bomshell and Firegirl! Later that fall, LT Blue Ballerina during the Kansas City National Show was the National Reserve Intermediate Champion Female. Presented by Wild Indian Acres, Mike Kisner, House Springs, Missouri 636-236-0306

Lot 8

9

BIG CREEK SCARLETT 392 P 09/04/2013 F1179402 POLLED HOODOO CROOK 7118 HOODOO SLASHER 1144 M625629 MISS HOODOO Z6151 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD BIG CREEK MS SURE SHOT P F1038766 BIG CREEK ANNIE OAKLEY P BW: 74 lbs

HOODOO 5076 MISS HOODOO ZT036 HOODOO 3013 MS ASTRO Z 5211 SCHURRTOP 5627 LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET BIG CREEK DIDI P

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: -4.5 1.6 20 36 4 -2.3 14 0.6

Lot 9

This hot little number will turn some heads on sale day! She’s been a head-turner since day one and those days aren’t going to stop. Some of them just know they’re cool, and this heifer is no different, always showing herself off. The Slasher females are in demand right now, so don’t miss a chance to add some of these hot Hoodoo genetics to your herd. Scarlett is unique in that she combines a big, stout hip, with a deep middle, along with a nice smooth front and good hair. This show/donor prospect is bound to make her mark whether you want to produce purebreds or clubbies. The seller will retain one successful flush at the buyer’s convenience. Presented by Big Creek Charolais, Jeannine Doughty, Harrisonville, Missouri 816-616-8838


Open Show Heifer Prospects

10

G4 MS STEALTH 304 ET

09/02/2013 EF1178759 POLLED

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET M704588 THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET DR STEALTH 574 M&M MS STEALTH 7515 PLD ET EF1082663 M&M MS WYO WIND4623PLDET BW: 82 lbs

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THOMAS MS CAMELOT 5646 LHD CIGAR E46 THOMAS MS BONANZA 8698 HOODOO SLASHER 1144 DR ALEXIS 412 ET LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD VCR MISS DUCHESS 433

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: -7.4 2.3 32 50 13 -3.1 29 1.4

Lot 10

11

BANEY MS FIREWATER 3002 PLD 08/21/2013 F1179365 POLLED

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P BANEY FIREWATER 7048 P ET EM770550 THOMAS MS CIGAR 4756 PET M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET BANEY MS GRID MAKER TW 9175 P F1163182 PF DUTCHESS 1050 P ET BW: 75 lbs

Another September show prospect that will need to be checked out by everyone in attendance. Her sire is the National Champion siring Fire Water and her dam is one of the premier donors at Ridder Farms. In the 2012 Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale an X-Factor daughter out of #7515 sold for $5,000 to Dybdal Charolais and went on to Fort Worth to be the National Reserve Junior Calf Champion. During the 2013 Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale another of #7515’s daughters by Quiet Riot topped the sale at $8,500 selling to Mark Moriondo. Prior to that sale, she was the American Royal National ROE Show Reserve Spring Calf Champion. Presented by G4 Charolais Ranch, Ronnie Grass, Bonne Terre, Missouri 314-486-7155

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THOMAS MS CAMELOT 5646 LHD CIGAR E46 THOMAS MS BONANZA 8698 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED VCR MISS DUCHESS 351 PLD

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 1.9 1.4 26 49 9 1.0 22

The first of two ¾ sisters from Baney Charolais. Their sire is an E.T. product that Larry Baney developed from flushing his full sister to the National Champion Zsa Zsa to Thomas Oahe Wind-the sire of three National Champion Bulls; WDZ Polled Profit, Thomas Redneck and Fire Water! So these heifers are sired by a full brother “in blood” to the great breeding and show ring producing Fire Water! Presented by Baney Charolais, Larry Baney, Mtn. Grove, Missouri 417-926-3471 Lot 11 Lot 12

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BANEY MS FIREWATER 3001 PLD 08/03/2013 F1179366 POLLED

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P BANEY FIREWATER 7048 P ET EM770550 THOMAS MS CIGAR 4756 PET M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET BANEY TW SILVERBUDMAKER 9466P F1162925 BANEY SILVERBUD 5090 ET BW: 77 lbs

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THOMAS MS CAMELOT 5646 LHD CIGAR E46 THOMAS MS BONANZA 8698 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 LT SILVER VALUE 2122 P PF DUTCHESS 1059 P ET

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 2.4 1.6 30 56 8 2.5 23

The sire of these two Baney heifers-Baney Firewater 7048 is a full brother “in blood” to the National Champion siring Fire Water. These two Baney ¾ sisters both come from first-calf-heifer Grid Maker daughters in the Baney herd that descend from two strong cow families that Larry is quite proud of. Larry purchased the great dam of the sire of these heifers from the 2006 National Charolais Sale for $10,000 in 2006 in Denver, the same day that one-half interest in Fire Water sold for $24,000 at nine months of age. Presented by Baney Charolais, Larry Baney, Mtn. Grove, Missouri 417-926-3471

Lot 13

Lot 14

13

JASR EXPRESSIONS 58A PLD 08/17/2013 F1179016 POLLED

ASSERTION 1277 P LVB GREAT NORTHERN 7054 PLD LT LVB MISS ALL THE WAYL055 JASR POLAR EXPRESS 15V PLD M770754 TLC INTEGRITY 5087P ET JASR FERGIE 47 T PLD ACEMSMEGAN ELK09910-70R EATONS ASSERT 9171 LT ASSERTION 1277 P LT ALLI’S CLASS 9140 P COX MISS ASSERTION 1283 F1056801 KC IMPRESSIVE MAC642XPET COX IMPRESSIVE 698 MISS HOLUB H304 BW: 76 lbs CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 5.4 -0.1 20 34 -1 6.8 9

A really impressive late summer heifer calf that has super lines and a temperament that will be a dream for a beginning young junior member. Remember the AIJCA Junior National is very close this year over in Hutchinson, Kansas. The top side of her pedigree has already had great success at a previous Junior National! Polar Express’s dam Fergie was at side of her dam Ms Megan when they were named 2007 AIJCA Junior National Grand Champion as a pair! Presented by J & S Ranch, Mike & Dale Jedlicka, Koshkonong, Missouri 417-331-5140

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PF MS SHINE ON 3110 PLD 07/21/2013 F1179533 POLLED LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THREE TREES WIND 0383 ET M637722 THREE TREES NANCY 8121ET VCR SIR DUKE 2141 ET P PF PARTS LADY 1014 P F1150824 PF POLLY 8314 P BW: 70 lbs

SCHURRTOP 5627 LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P SKYMONT EASE 2078 WCR MISS MAC IV 5138 ET VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD VCR MISS MC 608 POLLEDET THREE TREESPEUGEOT2940ET PF IMPRESSIONS 1085 P

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 9.6 -0.9 30 58 10 6.2 25

If a big-ribbed, sleek fronted and bullet proof gentle show heifer is what you are looking for, here she is! Coming from the Peterson Farms herd this fancy July heifer is one that will grab every judge’s attention when she hits the show ring and is bound to be a force to be dealt with in the summer division. She is one to put purple on the wall and walk in the front pasture at the end of her show career. Make sure to stop by and see this outstanding July prospect. Presented by Peterson Farms, Manager: Tad Owings, Mountain Grove, Missouri 660-998-2557


CRUTCHER BIG CREEK SPARKLE 146A

BW: 85 lbs. ADJ.WW: 701 lbs.

CRUTCHER BIG CREEK HOPE 147A

EF1173644 15b 06/28/2013

POLLED BW: 85 lbs. ADJ.WW: 776 lbs.

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET M704588 THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET CCC ELLIE MAE 301 P F1063672 JH MS PRIMETIME 4307 PLD

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THOMAS MS CAMELOT 5646 LHD CIGAR E46 THOMAS MS BONANZA 8698 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 WCR PRIME TIME 908 P JH SHEREE

Lot 15A

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: -3.6 1.7 28 50 15 -0.3 29 1.0

What an opportunity here! This is your chance to choose a full sister to Big Creek CCC Mable 301Y, one of the hottest show heifers on the road in 2011; gathering banners as calf champion at the Missouri State Fair and at Louisville’s NAILE, as Grand Champion at the Ozark Empire Fair and Reserve Grand Champion Female at the American Royal. Don’t forget the success Ellie Mae’s dam #4307 has had recently as well. Crutcher Honey Boo Boo got plenty of banners this past summer for the Crutchers and full sibs to Honey Boo Boo have sold for high dollars for J & A Charolais. These full sisters will get your attention, they have that same winning pattern as their sister Mable and the added attraction of the summer division. With as much excitement as any heifers to sell recently, the opportunity to add consistent and proven genetics to your herd is too good to pass up. See if you can pick the best one! The sellers will retain one successful flush at the buyer’s convenience on the heifer chosen. Lot 15A pictured above was Reserve Champion at the AGR Classic in March. Presented by Lucas Crutcher, Fair Grove, Missouri 417-766-3278 & Big Creek Charolais, Jeannine Doughty, Harrisonville, Missouri 816-616-8838

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Lot 15B

DC CASH BALLERINA 21 P ET 06/10/2013 EF1175467 POLLED JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET DA CASH 732 P ET EM737972 OW MISS MARION 0025 ET LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P LT BLUE BALLERINA 9405 PLD F1107696 LT BALLERINA 7143 P BW: 74 lbs

LHD CIGAR E46 JD MS COMMANDER B309 BALDRIDGE FASTTRACK 82F SCF MISS BONNIE MAC LT ASSERTION 1277 P LT PEARL’S BREEZE 2236 P LT EASY BLEND 5125 PLD LT BALLERINA 3099 PLD

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

Open Show Heifer Prospects

EF1173643 POLLED 15a 07/06/2013

EPDs: 1.8 -0.1 27 46 13 4.8 26

She is bred to be thick, deep, broody and a winner! This June heifer will impress many on their trips out to the grass to view the sale offering. Her sire is a full brother to the famed DA Passport, the son of the equally famous OW Miss Marion 0025. Another full brother WC I’ll Have Another recently was selected the National Junior Champion Bull in Denver and then the Grand Champion Bull in Fort Worth & Houston. The dam of this heifer is the same LT Blue Ballerina we talked about in Lot 8 in this catalog. Check out those footnotes too. Presented by A & L Davis Charolais, Allen Davis, Desoto, Missouri 636-208-4509

Lot16

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L&N MISS ALLIE 314 P

05/15/2013 F1174437 POLLED TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET CC ALEJANDRO 0961 PLD M786895 CC RUBY 4961 PLD PF IM A JAMMIN 6107 P ET L&N WHITE DIAMOND 118 P F1144994 LN MS TRADITION 206 ET BW: 68 lbs

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET THOMAS REDNECK 2609M CC DREAMSICLE 961 PLD SOS JAMBUSTER PLD 914J SCV MS SENTINEL F430 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 MS BBF LIBERTY ACTOR

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: -0.4 0.8 23 38 11 2.9 23

A really nice prospect sired by CC Alejandro, a past American Royal Breeders Classic Grand Champion Bull by vote of the consignors. Alejandro has three National Champions in his two generation pedigree; Fire Water, Zsa Zsa and Redneck. This heifer is also a ¾ sister to our good Ten Grand Sale consignment that sold to Bar J in Texas for $3,600. Her first-calf-heifer dam raised her to a nice 666 pound weaning weight. She is a very gentle, correct structured heifer that would make a real nice junior project for the summer and fall shows. Presented by L & N Charolais, Larry Julian, Crane, Missouri 417-536-6582

Lot 17

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JASR EXPRESSIONS 46A

05/14/2013 F1174143 POLLED

ASSERTION 1277 P LVB GREAT NORTHERN 7054 PLD LT LVB MISS ALL THE WAYL055 JASR POLAR EXPRESS 15V PLD M770754 TLC INTEGRITY 5087P ET JASR FERGIE 47 T PLD ACEMSMEGAN ELK09910-70R RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED TO MR BMD 4045 ET BALDRIDGE SWEETHEART 53D JASR MS BUD 49V F1147759 CF DOWNTOWN 320 N MBS MISS DOWNTOWN 602 MBS MISS T 307 P BW: 78 lbs CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 3.9 0.3 26 46 3 5.5 16

Lot 18

The term “clubby” best describes this May heifer from her choke front to her super heavy bone and her “shag” hair. She will be fun to play with in the fitting chute and in the minds of your competitors. Don’t forget that her sire hammered on the “big dogs” during the 2010 Missouri State Fair and was the Grand Champion Bull! You’ve also got to like the bottom side of this pedigree with Budsmydad, Baldridge Sweetheart 53D (the dam of Baldridge Fasttrack 82F) and CF Downtown 320 ,the herd sire for MBS Charolais. Presented by J & S Ranch, Mike & Dale Jedlicka, Koshkonong,Missouri 417-331-5140


Open Show Heifer & Bred Heifers

19

PF MS DELTA DAWN 3004 PLD 05/03/2013 F1179532 POLLED M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET ACE-ORR EFFICIENT 972 M793475 ORR’S MS MARY 413P TW HPR BUDDYBEAR 3600 ET PF MAGGIE 9143 P F1124666 PF MIRACLE 3178 PLD BW: 80 lbs

WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 LT POLLED VALUE 9089 ORR’S LADY MARY 105PLDET RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED MCF MARY MAC H33 P ET PF MIRAGE 9066 P KC MS GEORGIA 9112 P ET

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 5.3 1.7 34 67 15 5.3 32

From a fancy heifer calf in the pasture, to a blossoming young show prospect in the barn, comes an ultra feminine female straight from the heart of the Peterson program. You will simply fall in love with her overall style and eye appeal. Backed by the National Champion PF Impressed, the great Budsmydad, Grid Maker and Polled Value, she will be a superior breeding addition to anyone’s herd. Presented by Peterson farms, Manager: Tad Owings, Mountain Grove, Missouri 660-998-2557

Lot 19

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RCR MISS RUBY 3997

04/22/2013 F1172776 POLLED LT EASY BLEND 5125 PLD RCR TRADITIONS BLEND 0904 P M799596 RCR JAN 5664 P BALDRIDGE KOJACK 29K RCR KOJACK’S BEV 5632 P F1019070 RCR WINDY RAE 9386 PLD BW: 82 lbs

LT UNLIMITED EASE 9108 LT BRENDA 1014 PLD

21

WCR SIR TRADITION 066 RCR JACKIE 9410 PLD BALDRIDGE FASTTRACK 82F BALDRIDGE ELVIRA 95H LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD RCR RAE LEE 1045

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

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BC CUTIE

11/08/2012 F1169337 POLLED EATONS LEADER 2233 P CCR HAMS RANGER S220 P M732215 CCR MISS AV N220 P MR MT FLASH 306 BC KUGYY741 F1057026 BC KUGY 7415

EATONS CANDIDATE 9177 EATONS RHODORA 9506 HAMMS TR AVALANCHE Y17 K SKYMONT MISS D 6501 HCR FLASH 5074 POLLED MISS MT 605 HCR QUASAR 3032 POLLED BC MISS KUGY

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 6.4 -1.0 22 41 -1 7.4 10

Our friend Bob Barnard tells us that it was a tough, long, hard winter this year and he should have got these three heifers A.I.’d, but with some health issues in his family and the weather, he just couldn’t get it done. All three of these heifers are open and ready to breed right away. They have been cyling like crazy and ready to breed to the bull of your choice. They will be big, stout heifers when they calve next spring. Presented by Barnard Charolais, Bob Barnard, St. Joseph, Missouri 816-390-6305

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BC MS ROPER 74

10/18/2012 F1162912 POLLED EATONS LEADER 2233 P CCR HAMS RANGER S220 P M732215 CCR MISS AV N220 P GRO-RAC MR ROPER D103 RAC MS ROPER 1174 F914981 RAC MS EXPEDITER 8007 P BW: 78 lbs

03/02/2013 F1179009 POLLED

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET SUMMIT HDF SUPREME X01 EM801547 HOODOO GEORGE’S 7075 HOODOO MS GEORGE Z0116 MISS HOODOO Z6096 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET VCR MISS MAC IV 317 THREE TREES RUBY R0432ET F1023191 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD JWK RUBY E205 ET HBR LADY PERFORMER 934 P CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 6.3 -0.6 23 39 4 5.3 15

Quite a nice pedigree here with many of the breed’s greats represented, including Easy Blend, Tradition 066, Baldridge Kojack and Wyoming Wind. She is a moderate, well-balanced heifer with a lot of depth. You will like her balance of EPD’s. This heifer should make an excellent brood cow in the pasture. Presented by Ricketts Charolais Ranch, Rex Ricketts, Hallsville, Missouri 573-808-6286

HALES MS SUPRME 313

EPDs: 0.8 0.7 23 40 11 -0.6 23

Many breeders have tried to buy this heifer off the farm from Rick, but he held out to put her in this sale. Her sire is the very popular Summit Supreme X01 that was the National Senior Champion Bull at the 2013 Fort Worth National Show. His full brother Summit Andes A50 sold for $20,000 at eight months of age! The dam of this heifer is an exceptional Grid Maker out of one of the breed’s most famous, JWK Ruby E205. It’s all here; pedigree, EPD’s, quality and future! Presented by Hale Farms, Rick Hale, Louisburg, Missouri 417-838-7251

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BC ELLIE 36

11/07/2012 F1162911 POLLED EATONS LEADER 2233 P CCR HAMS RANGER S220 P M732215 CCR MISS AV N220 P HCR PRIME FLASH 2124 PLD BC SANDY 306P F1075845 BC CYNDI 9306 BW: 72 lbs

EATONS CANDIDATE 9177 EATONS RHODORA 9506 HAMMS TR AVALANCHE Y17 K SKYMONT MISS D 6501 WCR PRIME TIME 908 P MISS HCR FLASH 7047 POLL SKYMONT ELIMINATOR 7023 BC CYNDI 7306

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 7.3 -0.9 19 34 2 8.3 12

The sire of these three half sisters are by the high-selling yearling bull in the 2007 Creekside Charolais Ranch Sale several years ago, a son of Eatons Leader that has done an outstanding job in this herd. Bob only this winter had to ship him at eight years of age. These are the only fall born 2012 heifers that Bob kept, you are getting all of them. Presented by Barnard Charolais, Bob Barnard, St. Joseph, Missouri 816-390-6305

EATONS CANDIDATE 9177 EATONS RHODORA 9506 HAMMS TR AVALANCHE Y17 K SKYMONT MISS D 6501 LT LARIAT POLLED 264 ET HACC HIGH DOMINQUE 1010 MR INLAND EXPEDITER 501 RAC ROCKETTE G0084

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 4.9 0.0 20 39 4 7.6 14

Bob Barnard has brought many solid, good cattle to the Missouri state sales for many years, including last year when his four fall bred heifers sold for $2,900, $2,750, $2,800 and $2,900. I’d say that is solid buyer acceptance. These are good heifers that will make some outstanding brood cows, don’t discount them for not being bred yet! They will breed immediately for early 2015 calves. Presented by Barnard Charolais, Bob Barnard, St. Joseph, Missouri 816-390-6305

WIA MS GOLD STANDARD PLD EF1165215 POLLED 25a 09/12/2012 WIA MS STANDARD LADY PLD EF1165213 POLLED 25b 09/02/2012 LT RIO BLANCO 1234 P

LT RIO BRAVO 3181 P LT 7N OF DUKE 9083 PLD M6 NEW STANDARD 842 P ET EM756753 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET M6 MS GRID MAKER 2175 ET M6 MS E46’S DUKE 248 PET MR MORRISON 020 POLLED MR MORRISON 717 POLLED MORRISON’S MS MAC 518PLD ACE MS WIENK 7171880-P125 F1022122 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD ACE MS WIENK 1880 P WCR MISS DUKE 8803 ET CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 7.9 -1.2 39 74 2 3.9 22 1.5

Dam of Lot 25a & 25b

Both of these heifers have been pasture exposed to NWMSU Big Time 166 from December 3, 2013 to sale date. Both were observed bred early and should both be due in mid September or October, 2014. M6 New Standard has become a “new standard” in the breed for EPD’s and performance. He is a 2014 AICA double Trait Leader for both Weaning and Yearling EPD’s. The donor dam of these two bred heifers has been an embryo cash cow for her owners over the years including Big H Ranch, Aschermann and Wild Indian Acres. The Gibsons almost never sell females off their place, but they have now built their herd up to the size they desired and can let some great ones off the farm. These two heifers are bred to NWMSU Big Time that a one-half interest in sold for $15,500 in the 2013 National Charolais Sale in Fort Worth. He has been both the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Bull two years in a row at the American Royal in Kansas City. Big Time is a son of WC Big Ben 9036 and out of an Unlimited Ease 9108 daughter. Presented by Clear Creek Farm, John Gibson, St. James, Missouri 573-263-4259


TB SARAI 747 P

10/16/2007 F1082267 POLLED TB PLUS 206 P ET TB PLUS 426 P M698697 JWK IMOGENE J124 ET LT WIND WALKER 6094 PLD TB WIND STORM 805 PLD F818843 TB SANDY 601 P

JWK CHOICE PLUS E203 ET JWK VERNA G275 ET VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD RAASCH MS FABMAC 73E ET LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD LT MISS UNLIMITED 3010 TB INSEMINATOR 44 TB MISS LAURA 313

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: -2.0 2.7 19 37 16 2.9 25 0.5

Bred A.I. on 11-30-13 to M6 New Standard 842 P ET and pasture exposed from 12-30-13 to 2-28-14 to TB Abraham 212 P. She has been a great one for Tom, with a calving record of 1-16-10, 11-24-10, 11-11-11, 10-12-12 and 9-21-13. Three daughters have been retained in the herd with an average weaning weight ratio of 105. Her dam was sired by LT Wind Walker, a bull Tom brought home from the famed Lindskov-Thiel Ranch in South Dakota. Lot 26A-Polled bull calf #331, born: 9-21-13, BW: 60 lbs sired by TB James 104P TW. Presented by Bebout Charolais, Tom Bebout, Theodosia, Missouri 417-273-4279

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TB MARY 741

10/07/2007 F1082260 POLLED TB CHOICE WALKER 310 P TB PHILIP 536 P M718670 OW MISS JOAN 0009 ET TB PLUS 206 P ET TB POTTY 503 P F1024141 BANEY MS WIND 059 PLD BW: 74 lbs

JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET HEP MISS JOAN 55W JWK CHOICE PLUS E203 ET JWK VERNA G275 ET LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD BANEY HIGH SALLY II P

EPDs: 13.3 -2.8 38 70 11 7.8 31 1.5

Bred A.I. on 11-30-13 to M6 New Standard 842 P ET and pasture exposed from 12-30-13 to 2-28-14 to TB Abraham 212P. Another real good producer with a calving interval of: 1-28-10, 12-8-10, 10-27-11, 10-27-12 and 9-6-13. Her first two bull calves had an average weaning weight ratio of 109 and one daughter remains in the herd with a weaning ratio of 103. The sire of both Bebout calves, TB James is a HBR Cannon 2250 son out of a JWK Choice Plus dam. The A.I. breeding service of M6 New Standard could add great value to these females. Lot 27A-Polled heifer calf #323, born: 9-6-13, BW: 60 lbs sired by TB James 104P TW. Presented by Bebout Charolais, Tom Bebout, Theodosia, Missouri 417-273-4279

MEAD MISS I513

08/23/2009 F1117074 POLLED WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET M633377 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 PF MF POWERBALL 1113 PLD MF MS C557 P F992105 M&M MS 9176 0518 PLD BW: 78 lbs

MEAD MISS CROCUS K132

MEAD PAMELA L429

03/04/2012 F1154044 POLLED

FARAWAY CHICO 4T PLD ET SMR WALDORF 83W PLD EM773785 FARAWAY MS SUPREME 23S PLD ET M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET MEAD PAMELA I085 F1105694 MF PAMELA B196 BW: 80 lbs

30

M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET M6IMS 225 SUPREME 0236ET WCR SIR TRADITION 066 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD JWK PAMELA J041 ET

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 1.8 2.9 33 61 14 0.8 30 0.8

Another first-calf-heifer and this one was the #3 ranked weaning weight heifer in the 2012 heifer calf crop. The same Pamela cow family represented here. Her LT Long Distance heifer calf should be a good one. Lot 33A-Heifer calf, born:1-3-14, BW: 60 lbs., sired by LT Long Distance 9001. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210

MEAD MISS CROCUS J747

08/26/2010 F1133911 POLLED LHD MR RULER D310 MD SENTINAL RULER G1520 M509416 MD MS SENTINELJON B389 JWK ELIXIR H011 ET MEAD MISS CROCUS H728 F1101663 PF MISS CROCUS 8065 P BW: 67 lbs

LHD ALI RULER W31 LHD MS BAMARK 259 S214 LHD SENTINELJON X441 OCR MISS HIGH FIRE Y21 ASC ELIMINATOR 032 WCR MISS DUKE 8714 KC PUREPOWER T51 POLLED JENNETTA MLR

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 6.4 0.1 12 31 19 6.9 25 -0.2

Another good young cow with an awesome Milk EPD. Her pedigree is loaded up with powerful ancestors including Sentinal Ruler, Elixir and the Crocus cows. The two Waldorf bulls sold in the Wright Bull Sale for $4,500 and $6,500! Lot 30A-Polled heifer calf, born: 3-10-14, BW: 63 lbs. sired by SMR Waldorf 83W. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210

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MEAD PAMELA L418

01/02/2012 F1154028 POLLED WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET M633377 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD MEAD PAMELA H005 P EF1088085 MF PAMELA B196 BW: 76 lbs

WCR SIR TRADITION 4402 IDEAL 809 45 OF 25 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 VCR MISS DUCHESS 113 PLD SCHURRTOP 5627 LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD JWK PAMELA J041 ET

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 7.6 0.2 29 54 13 5.8 27 1.1

A first-calf-heifer sired by the great Grid Maker. This young heifer has a power pedigree with Grid Maker, 066, Mac 2244, Wyoming Wind and Duke 914 up close. This JWK Pamela J041 was one of the best. A Long Distance bull calf at side that will be a high seller next year. Lot 32A-Bull calf, born: 1-2-14, BW: 85 lbs. sired by LT long Distance 9001. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210

34 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET WDZ LUSCIOUS LADY4008PET

WR BENEFIT 7418 RCR DENNI 6283 POLLED

EPDs: 4.4 0.3 32 58 0 5.5 16 0.5

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD PF MISS CROCUS 8065 P

Sired by the breed leader LT Easy Pro, a top carcass sire. Her dam goes back to the Crocus cow family again. Note her dam is same Miss Crocus 8065 that is grand dam of J747 Lot 30 . Lot 31A-Bull calf, born: 3-2-14, BW: 70 lbs. , sired by Mead Easy Pro J863. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210

WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD LT BRENDA’S BREEZE 9207P WCR SIR TRADITION 066 RCR 8347 POLLED

Bred AI 3-14-14 to VPI Free Lunch 708T. A really good first-calf-heifer sired by the great LT Easy Blend 5125. She calved at 24 months of age with a super udder structure and a lot of milk in it, which is showing up in this good calf at side. She is in the top 15% of the breed for weaning and yearling weight EPD’s. Lot 28A-Polled bull calf-RCR Separation Distance 3028, born: 12-23-13, BW: 72 lbs sired by LT Long Distance 9001 P. Presented by Ricketts Charolais Ranch, Rex Ricketts, Hallsville, Missouri 573-808-6286

WCR SIR FAB MAC 809 LCR MISS LINDSKOV 7131 RC BUD 04 ET MISS SHOWGUN RC 416

EPDs: 6.4 -0.8 19 32 14 -1.4 24 0.1

BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003 PP MISS SHANDY 214 R194

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003 PP MISS SHANDY 214 R194

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

33

LT UNLIMITED EASE 9108 LT EASY BLEND 5125 PLD M705113 LT BRENDA 1014 PLD RCR TRADITIONS NED P0425 RCR JANET 8765 P F1090404 RCR MISS BENEFIT 4588 P BW: 72 lbs

HCR MAC 9176 POLLED M&M CASSIE 6551 PLD

EPDs: 5.4 1.2 29 57 16 5.6 31 0.8

LT UNLIMITED EASE 9108 LT EASY PRO 1158 PLD M620348 LT LADY MACBETH 8413 ETP RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED MF MISS CROCUS E512 P F1040902 MF MISS CROCUS B357 P BW: 83 lbs

12/05/2011 F1147301 POLLED

WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 VCR MISS DUCHESS 113 PLD PF IMPRESSED 620 P ET PF MISS CROCUS 8065 P

This good cow weaned her September 7, 2011 bull calf off at 766 lbs. to ratio 107. She has an excellent set of EPD’s with a strong Milk number. Lot 29A-Polled heifer calf, born: 3-14-14, BW: 68 lbs. sired by SMR Waldorf 83W. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210 02/09/2011 F1138390 POLLED

RCR MAGGIE 1945 P

WCR SIR TRADITION 4402 IDEAL 809 45 OF 25

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

31

28

JWK CHOICE PLUS E203 ET TB MISS WINDWALK 854 P

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

29

Lot 28

Open Show Heifer Prospects

26

MEAD MS FERNANDO K336 01/18/2011 F1138404 POLLED LHD MR RULER D310 MD SENTINAL RULER G1520 M509416 MD MS SENTINELJON B389 JWK ELIXIR H011 ET MEAD MS FERNANDO I161 F1105697 PFMFMSFERNADOBUD1100 BW: 83 lbs

LHD ALI RULER W31 LHD MS BAMARK 259 S214 LHD SENTINELJON X441 OCR MISS HIGH FIRE Y21 ASC ELIMINATOR 032 WCR MISS DUKE 8714 PF IMPRESSED 620 P ET JDJ MS FERNANDO BUD G475

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl SC

EPDs: 6.2 0.7 21 46 16 6.0 26 0.0

A ¾ sister to the last Mead cow, just a year younger. Her 2013 spring born heifer calf was A.I. sired also and has been kept as a replacement. This low birth weight bull calf by LT Blue Value should have value next spring for the bull sales. Lot 34A-Bull calf, born: 1-6-14, BW: 82 lbs. sired by LT Blue Value 7903. Presented by Mead Farms, Alan Mead, Barnett, Missouri 573-216-0210


Donor, Flush, Embryo & Semen

35

WC CLARICE 2235 P ET

03/02/2012 EF1151952 POLLED

TR MR FIRE WATER 5792RET TR PZC RAPID FIRE 9775 ET EM776309 THOMAS MS IMPRESSIVE0641 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD JWK CLARICE J139 ET F860721 JWK CLARICE D050 ET BW: 76 lbs

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET BCI MISS VERYLIMIT 6033P WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 HBR LADY GI 201 P ET

JWK Clarice J139 ET

CE BW WW YW Milk MCE Mtnl

EPDs: 4.8 -0.9 31 59 10 3.1 26

Sweet! This will be a lot that everyone will take a shot at! Out of the famous JWK Clarice J139 donor, this young first-calf-heifer with an exceptional udder, will capture many hearts. She is special! Her sire was the 2010 Reserve National Champion Bull and Rapid Fire is a full brother to five other National Champions or Reserves in the last three years! Her dam sold for $30,000 during the 2006 National Charolais Sale. This is one stout, feminine, heavy-milking heifer that had an adjusted weaning weight of 728 lbs. Eleven maternal brothers to this heifer averaged $10,100 in the recent Wright Bull Sale. Lot 35A-Polled heifer calf, born: 2-21-14, BW: 75 lbs sired by LT Long Distance 9001. Presented by Wright Charolais, Derry Wright, Richmond, Missouri 816-456-3792

36 CHOICE OF FLUSH From the Bauman Cattle Company group comes this first time offering. Never before have they sold a “choice of the herd flush.” Their herd is based on 60 years of Bauman Charolais breeding. They have produced over 20 National or Reserve National Champions and numerous record high-sellers. The buyer will have an unresticted selection from any of the Bauman Cattle Co. donors and these donors are all ready to flush in May or June. CJB White Chic - daughter of EC Harley Girl 7032 KASS Ms Josie T38 Inlcuded in the offering are: KASS Ms Josie T38- Named Champion numerous times, including the 2008 Junior National Champion Female and she was dam of the KASS Samantha the 2008 Reserve Junior National Champion Female and also the dam of Jail Bait, Jaxson and Moonshine. LC Ms Wind 5033-The 2006 National Champion Female and also the dam of White Russian, Quiet Riot, Ava and Joan Jett. EC Harley Girl 7032-Dam of $27,000 heifer sold to Ed Cody and dam of Greg Connell's heifer named 2013 Division Champion at Junior Nationals. NS Jail Bait 1415-Division Champion and full sister to Samantha the 2008 Reserve Junior National Champion Female. The list goes on and on, Presented by Bauman Cattle Company, John & Chance Bauman, Falcon, Missouri, John 307-630-0336 & Chance 307-214-4403

38 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS

37 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS MR FIRE WATER 5792RET TR

LEDGER 0332 p LT

THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P

M704588 THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD OW ASHLEE 0063 P ET F917316 LEMMON ACTRESS X140

CE

BW

Est EPDs: -3.9 2.2

WW YW

33

57

Milk MCE Mtnl

16

0.3

32

SC

The Fire Water progeny are still the rage of the Charolais show and sale ring, including the three bred heifer daughters that averaged $6,517 during the 2013 Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale. OW Ashlee is the dam of RF X-Factor, whose six bred heifer daughters averaged $5,433 in the last Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale. Presented by Ridder Farms, Dale & Derek Ridder, Bay, Missouri 573-680-4692

CE

CE

BW

Est EPDs: 1.8

-0.1

JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET

LT BALLERINA 7143 P

WW YW

Milk MCE Mtnl

27

13

4.8

26

DA Cash is a full brother to DA Passport 502 P ET. These embryo’s full sister sells in this sale as Lot 16 for A & L Davis, read more there and a maternal sister out of Blue Ballerina also sells as Lot 8 for Wild Indian Acres. Presented by Hale Farms, Rick Hale, Louisburg, Missouri 417-838-7251

43 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS KASS/CJB QUIET RIOT ET

EM807877 CREEK CUT CIGARRO 382PET F969288

KASS JAXSON WT38ET LC MS WIND 5033 PET LHD CIGAR E46 VCR MISS DUCHESS 641 PLD

CE

BW

WW YW

Est EPDs: 0.4

2.0

27

43

32

Milk MCE Mtnl

50 13

-3.1

SC

29 1.4

6

2.4

CE

BW

WW YW

Milk MCE Mtnl

Est EPDs: 4.4

0.4

36

13

CE

BW

Est EPDs: 7.9

-1.2

WW YW

39

74

Milk MCE Mtnl

2

3.9

22

61

2.2

31

Twenty -seven sons of LT Ledger sold for an average of $15,296 during the 2013 Lindskov-Thiel Bull Sale. Ledger is a 2014 AICA Multiple Trait Leader. The dam of these embryos sold for $6,000 in the 2014 National Charolais Sale and boasted a plus 19 Milk EPD. Presented by Hale Farms, Rick Hale, Louisburg, Missouri 417-838-7251

42 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS HOODOO SLASHER 1144

JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET

HOODOO CROOK 7118 M625629 MISS HOODOO Z6151 LHD CIGAR E46 CREEK CUT CIGARRO 382PET F969288 VCR MISS DUCHESS 641 PLD

SC

1.5

DA Passport is the sire of WC Benelli 2134 P ET that topped the 2013 Wright Charolais Bull Sale at $50,000 and was a son of JWK Clarice J139 the dam of Wright’s Lot 35 in this sale. Also read more about the dam of these embryos in the footnotes for Lots 25A &25B consigned by Clear Creek Farm. Presented by G4 Charolais, Ronnie Grass, Bonne Terre, Missouri 314-486-7155

44 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS MONOPOLY WCR PRIME TIME 908 P JH MS PRIMETIME 4307 PLD F1018248 JH SHEREE

Milk MCE Mtnl

20

Only two Quiet Riot heifers have sold this past fall and they averaged $17,750. Quiet Riot was the 2012 Denver Reserve Grand Champion Bull. A flush in Creek Cut Cigarro 382 sold for $4,000 this past December in the Ridder Farms Showgirls Sale. Presented by 5J Charolais, Kevin & Dave Johansen, Syracuse, Missouri 573-289-1061

41 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS PASSPORT 502 P ET DA

M699727 OW MISS MARION 0025 ET MR MORRISON 717 POLLED ACE MS WIENK 7171880-P125 F1022122 ACE MS WIENK 1880 P

OW MISS MARION 0025 ET LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P

46

WW YW

39 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P M791626 LT BRENDA 6120 PLD VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD HALES MS DUKE 758 EF1094215 HALE’S SMOKING LADY 1146

Since selling for $105,000 in the 2011 Lindskov-Thiel Bull Sale, his progeny have now made him the most popular sire of the breed. The last three daughters of #7515 have sold for $5,000, $5,250 and $8,500 in the Ridder’s Showgirls Sales. Presented by Ridder Farms, Dale & Derek Ridder, Bay, Missouri 573-680-4692

40 3 FROZEN EMBRYOS CASH 732 P ET DA EM737972 BLUE BALLERINA 9405 PLD LT F1107696

BW

Est EPDs: -7.4 2.3

KASS Moonshine son of KASS Ms Josie T38

LEDGER 0332 p LT

LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P

M791626 LT BRENDA 6120 PLD DR STEALTH 574 M&M MS STEALTH 7515 PLD ET EF1082663 M&M MS WYO WIND4623PLDET

1.2

LC Ms Wind 5033

These embryos are maternal sibs to the dam of Lot 2, 15a and 15b. And sired by the great club calf producing bull Monopoly! Presented by Crutcher Cattle Co., Fair Grove, Missouri 417-766-3278

CE

Est EPDs: -6.2

BW

WW YW

2.1

23

38

Milk MCE Mtnl

8

-4.2

20

SC

0.5

These embryos are full sibs to the great 5J Cigarro 1301 heifer that topped the 2013 Showgirls Sale when ½ interest sold for $5,000 to Rebecca Mallett. Presented by 5J Charolais, Kevin & Dave Johansen, Syracuse, Missouri 573-289-1061

45 SEMEN 45a

LT Wyoming Wind 4020 P M411450 – 11 units

45b 45c

Three Trees Wind 0383 ET M637722 – 6 units

45d 45e

ASC Eliminator 032 M319454 – 4 units

HTA Whitehot 105A M402510 – 5 units

JWK Impressive D040 ET M413653 – 3 units

Presented by Ridder Farms, Dale & Derek Ridder, Bay, Missouri 573-680-4692


AIJCA

Junior National Show and Leadership Conference

Event Details Lodging, Travel and Registration

Lodging Information

Airline Information

Hotel Headquarters— Ramada Conference Center 1400 N. Lorraine, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 669-9311 Junior National Rate: $73/night + tax • Cutoff: 6/21/2014

Wichita Mid-Continent Airport (ICT) is located approximately 51 miles from Hutchinson. Carriers include: American Airlines, Delta, Southwest and United.

Additional Hotel Blocks— Fairfield Inn & Suites 1111 N. Lorraine, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 259-8787 Junior National Rate: King or Double Queen $99/night + tax; Suites $109/night + tax • Cutoff: 6/14/2014

Registration Information Junior All junior participants and youth of AIJCA membership age, must have an active AIJCA membership, with dues paid and must register for the conference. This includes participation in any events, including the shows.

Hampton Inn 1401 1/2 East 11th, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 665-9800 Junior National Rate: $99.99/night + tax • Cutoff: 6/21/2014

Adult Adults are encouraged to register for the conference as they receive the same meal, conference materials and activity benefits, as listed on the schedule. The conference registration fee is a great deal!

Comfort Inn & Suites 1601 Super Plaza, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 669-5200 Junior National Rate: $89.99/night + tax • Cutoff: 6/21/2014

The $50 Conference Registration fee for juniors and adults includes the following: conference sessions and materials • an official 2014 Junior National T-shirt • 1 breakfast • 4 lunches • 4 dinners including the Welcome Dinner, Conference Awards Dinner and Thursday evening Annual Awards Banquet meal ticket

Super 8 1621 Super Plaza, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (620) 663-7822 Junior National Rate: $79.99/night + tax • Cutoff: 6/21/2014

Camping—

The Kansas State Fairgrounds offer camping facilities, including full service hook-ups, restrooms and showers for $20/night. For more information, contact the Kansas State Fairgrounds (620) 669-3600.

Spectator — New! This new registration is for breeders, family and friends joining us Wednesday evening through the conclusion of the Owned Show. Spectator registration gives those attending the Junior National Shows access to our ticketed events and meals including– the Wednesday evening Conference Awards Ceremony and the Thursday evening AIJCA Annual Awards Banquet! This $40 Spectator Registration fee also includes Thursday lunch. Spectator Registration will be available through June 21st.

Register online at www.CharolaisUSA.com CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

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Important Deadlines AIJCF Scholarship Application Deadline

April 30th Early Registration Deadline

May 10th Late Registration and Ownership Deadline

May 20th* *Late fees apply

AIJCA Board of Director Application Deadline

May 20th

Bedding Fee Includes: Shavings Provided in Stalls 1 Bale of Straw for Tie-Outs per Entry *Fee included with animal registration fees. Additional bedding for sale on location.

The AIJCA Junior National is a non-alcohol event.

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Junior National Agreement of Responsibility and Liability It is clearly understood and agreed that the American-International Charolais Association and its officials, directors, employees and agents (hereinafter collectively referred to as “The Association”) shall not be responsible for any damage, loss or injury to any person or property which is caused directly or indirectly for any reason. The exhibitor, owner, their agents and/or representatives (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Participants”), agree to indemnify and hold the Association harmless for any damage, injury or loss suffered during or in connection with the AIJCA’s Junior National. In the event the Association is subject to any expense or liability, including, but not limited to consultant fees, legal or court costs, The Association management labor and expenses, expenses and/or costs for blood, tissue, urine, hide and/or carcass sampling and testing incurred as a result of the Association’s rules and regulations violations and all agreements thereunder, including, but not limited to unethical fitting, filling, meat tampering, illegal or non-approved use of drugs, medication and/or prohibited substance(s) as a result of Participants involvement in the AIJCA’s Junior National, Participant shall indemnify and hold harmless The Association for all damage, expenses or liabilities incurred as a result thereof. Participant may also be subject to criminal charges. The Participant will have full control, custody, care and feeding of any animal(s) and/or personal property which are brought on or about the premises of the site of AIJCA’s Junior National. It is clearly understood and agreed between the parties, that as a material condition to any participant entering or showing at the AIJCA’s Junior National. The Association will at no time have control, custody or care of any animal(s) and/or personal property which are brought on or about the AIJCA’s Junior National. For the overall working of the show, the Participant will maintain control, custody, care and feeding for any and all animals and/ or personal property in accordance with rules and regulations of the AIJCA’s Junior National, and in no way will the Association be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur or be caused by an animal or personal property. By submitting an application for entry, Participants agree to comply with all the rules and regulations governing the AIJCA’s Junior National as published in the rules and governed under the American-International Charolais Association rules. Further, these provisions include total ownership and possession of the entry, continuous possession and care and provisions against unethical fitting, filling and/or alteration of conformation and color of animal(s), meat tampering and illegal or non-approved use of drugs, medication and/or prohibited substance.

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Show Rules and Regulations Shows held at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in the Prairie Pavilion Exhibitor Rules For All Shows

1. All junior exhibitors must be paid active members of the American-International Junior Charolais Association (AIJCA). 2. Junior exhibitors, 8 years of age or older on May 20, 2014, are eligible to show heifers and steers at Junior National. Bred & Owned Bull Show exhibitors must be 12 years of age by May 20, 2014. If you are a junior member as of January 1 of the Junior National year and turn 22 before May 20, you are still eligible to compete in all contests and shows as a junior. 3. Eligibility of Entries: Registration and/or transfer of ownership must be recorded in the AICA office in the sole name of the exhibitor by May 10, 2014 or May 20, 2014 for late registration with a fee. LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 4. Rules and regulations of the animal health commission of Kansas must be adhered to. 5. Any breeding animal upon check-in, which does not have a legible tattoo or firebrand number, corresponding to its registration certificate, is ineligible to show. Once disqualified, animals cannot be re-tattooed and re-checked at the show. 6. Animals from the same state/affiliate association will be stalled together. No exceptions. 7. All junior exhibitors must wear the official applicable years’ Junior National T-shirt when showing entries—excluding showmanship contest. 8. Each exhibitor is expected to take entire care of his/her animal(s) after arriving at the show. AIJCA members are encouraged to use the help of other AIJCA members. 9. Each animal will be presented in the showring in its natural conformation. Surgical alterations are allowed only if there is a medical reason and this includes an explanation from a veterinarian. Use of artificial tailheads is not permitted. No artificial filling. 10. Effective October 22, 2004, at any American-International Charolais Association (AICA) sanctioned show, the use of a coloring agent, flock and powder is prohibited. Use of these products will result in the immediate disqualification of a given animal at such show. 11. No nurse cows allowed except for nursing females entered in individual classes (including cow-calf classes). Calf must show with cow entry. 12. No aid can be given in the showring (one animal - one exhibitor), except by the ring stewards. 13. Any exhibitor who loses control of his/her entry twice in the showring will be required to remove the animal from the ring. 14. No substitution at the halter except for illness or if exhibitor has two animals in the same class. Only another AIJCA member may show the animal. Notice of this situation must be given to the AICA Youth Activities Coordinator prior to the show. 15. Any infraction of the aforementioned rules and regulations will result in immediate disqualification of the animal concerned and forfeiture of premiums. 16. All protests must be submitted to the AICA Youth Activities Coordinator in writing and must be accompanied by $25 no later than one hour after conclusion of show. If protest is not sustained, monies will be forfeited. 17. All exhibits of Charolais breeding cattle shall be governed by the American-International Charolais Association Rules & Regulations, Article XVI and special show rules. 18. Entry fees will not be refunded if animal(s) is not eligible for exhibition. 19. All entries will be released following the completion of the Show on Friday, July 11. 20. Enforcement of these rules, pertaining to the show, shall be the responsibility of a committee consisting of the AICA Youth Activities Coordinator, three junior members appointed by that administrator, the AICA Director of Activities and the AICA Junior Council Chairman.

Additional Owned Heifer Show Rules and Regulations

1. Eligible purebred heifers must have been born on or after September 1, 2012. 2. Heifers must be purebred and the junior must hold full interest and possession of the cattle by May 20, 2014. See general exhibitor rule #2. 3. A $65 entry fee ($75 late entry fee) will be charged for each entry. No refunds on heifer show entries. Bedding fee ($30) part of entry fee. 4. Bring the original registration certificate(s) on your animal(s) to the show. Only original certificates of registration will be accepted. No photocopies. 5. Premiums: Grand Champion - $600 Reserve Grand Champion - $300 Division Champions - no premiums Reserve Division Champions - no premiums Class Placings: first - $150, second - $100, third - $75, fourth - $50 6. The Owned Heifer Show will be broken into classes at the discretion of the show classification committee. Owned Heifer Show classes will be divided into 5 divisions, plus a cow-calf division. Classes and divisions will be broken as proportionately to age and class size as possible. Cow-Calf Class: Calf must be purebred and the cow’s natural calf, not embryo transplant. Calf to be no more than 250 days of age by day of show. Calf(s) must be tattooed and registered. Cow must be born on or before August 31, 2012. Calf not eligible to compete in individual calf classes if shown with dam. Pair is eligible for grand or reserve grand champion female. Cow-calf pair included in State Group of Three will be considered a single animal unit. 7. State Group of Three: Entries consist of three heifers—from same state or recognized affiliate and shown by their respective owners; no limit to the number of entries per state or affiliate. No premiums paid.

Additional Bred and Owned Heifer Show Rules and Regulations

1. Eligible purebred heifers must have been born on or after September 1, 2012. 2. Heifers must be purebred and the junior must hold full interest and possession of the cattle by May 20, 2014. See general exhibitor rule #2. 3. Entries in this Bred and Owned Heifer Show must also be entered in the Owned Heifer Show. All entries that list the junior exhibitor, and only the junior exhibitor, as current owner and breeder are eligible to be entered in this show. 4. A $10 entry fee ($20 late entry fee) will be charged for each bred and owned heifer entry. No refunds on bred and owned heifer show entries. 5. Bring the original registration certificate(s) on your animal(s) to the show. Only original certificates of registration will be accepted. No photocopies. 6. Premiums: Grand Champion Bred and Owned - $300 Reserve Grand Champion Bred and Owned - $150 70% of entry fees received. Payback will be based on the number of entries in each class. 7. Classes will be broken as proportionately to age and class size as possible. 8. State Group of Three: Entries consist of three heifers—from the same state or recognized affiliate and shown by their respective owners; no limit to the number of entries per state or affiliate. No premiums paid.

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Additional Bred and Owned Bull Show Rules and Regulations

1. Eligible bulls for this show must have been born on or

after January 1, 2013. 2. Bulls must be purebred and bred and owned by the junior exhibitor. The junior exhibitor must be listed as the breeder, first and continuous owner of the bull on the registration paper. 3. Bull show exhibitors must be 12 years of age as of May 20, 2014. No exceptions. 4. Entry fee is $75 ($85 late entry fee). Bedding fee ($30) part of entry fee. 5. Bulls under 250 days of age must have a snub or a permanent nose ring. All bulls over 250 days of age must have a permanent nose ring. 6. Bulls calved on or before April 30, 2013 must have a satisfactory semen evaluation from a veterinarian or semen collection facility. 7. The number of classes will be determined by the total number of bull entries. Classes will be broken as proportionately to age and class size as possible. 8. Premiums: 70% of entry fees received. Payback will be based on the number of entries in each class.

dditional Steer Show A Rules and Regulations

1. Entry fee is $75 ($85 late entry fee). No entries will be

accepted at Junior National. No refunds on steer entries. Bedding fee ($30) part of entry fee. 2. Steers must exhibit physical characteristics of an animal that is at least 50% purebred Charolais. 3. Steers will be sifted by a committee during processing. Committee’s decision is final. 4. The Steer Show will be broken into two divisions: Progress Division: maximum of 1,050 lbs. on weigh-in date Market Division: 1,051 lbs. or more on weigh-in date 5. All steers must be stalled in the barns with the exhibitor’s state. 6. Premiums: 70% of entry fees received. Payback will be based on the number of entries in each class. 7. The number of classes will be determined and announced after processing has been completed. 8. State Group of Three: Entries consist of three steers—from the same state or recognized affiliate and shown by their respective owners; no limit to the number of entries per state or affiliate. No premiums paid.

Additional Percentage Heifer Show Rules and Regulations 1. Eligible percentage heifers must have been born on or after September 1, 2012. No Cow-Calf Class will be offered. 2. A $65 entry fee ($75 late entry fee) will be charged for each entry. No refunds on percentage heifer show entries. Bedding fee ($30) part of entry fee. 3. Percentage heifers must be composed of at least 50% and no more than 15/16 Charolais parentage. Heifers must have a RF or FP certificate of recordation with the AICA. 4. All percentage heifers must be stalled in the barns with the exhibitor’s state. 5. Premiums: 70% of entry fees received. Payback will be based on the number of entries in each class. 6. The number of classes will be determined and announced after processing has been completed. 7. State Group of Three: Entries consist of three percentage heifers—from the same state or recognized affiliate and shown by their respective owners; no limit to the number of entries per state or affiliate. No premiums paid.

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Contest Rules and Regulations Contest divisions are as follows: Senior – 17 and older • Intermediate – 13-16 • Junior – 12 and under General Contest Rules and Guidelines 1. Participant ages for all contests will be based on the junior member’s age as of May 20, 2014. If you are a junior member as of January 1 of the junior national year and turn 22 before May 20, you are still eligible to compete in all contests and shows as a junior. 2. For quiz bowl and team fitting, mixed-age teams may be entered but will be classified by the oldest member of the team. All teams must provide team members’ names and ages to the AIJCA office by 9:00 a.m., on Monday, July 7. Every effort will be made to fill any incomplete teams. 3. All entries for the scrapbook, art, photo, poster, graphic design, prepared speech and resume contests must be turned into the registration desk by 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 6. Entries in these contests will be available for pick-up by the junior member at Noon Friday, July, 11. Entries left will be disposed. 4. Participants in all contests must be present to participate. 5. Entries in the poster, graphic design and photo contests that are deemed inappropriate by a sifting committee will be disqualified. 6. The order of presentation for all contests (individual and team) will be randomly assigned within division and will be posted at the registration desk at 5:00 p.m., on Monday, July 7. 7. Contest rules and regulations are subject to approval at the AIJCA Board of Directors Spring Meeting.

Art Contest The art contest is designed to exhibit artistic talents of AIJCA members. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior, Intermediate and Junior. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. Entries must promote the Charolais Breed in some way. 2. Any medium may be used: pencil, crayon, pastel, paint, fabric, metal, wood, clay, etc. It cannot contain photographs. 3. Originality is key! 4. One entry per person. 5. Contestants should attach the following information to the piece of art: brief description describing how artwork was made, contestant name, address, breeder number and age as of May 20, 2014.

Cook-off Contest Anyone who enjoys preparing beef recipes should enter this contest. It is also an excellent way to educate and entertain non-participants, while promoting beef. Each team will consist of 2 to 4 participants. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior, Intermediate, Junior and Adult. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. Teams must submit all names of cook-off contest participants, ages and birth dates along with 30 typed copies of the entries’ recipe to the registration desk no later than 3:00 p.m, on Sunday, July 6. 2. Participants will furnish all necessary ingredients (including meat) as well as cooking tools (i.e. grill, utensils, plates, tables, etc.) 3. Participants may use any gas grill, charcoal grill, oven, toaster oven, crock pot, etc., as long as furnished by the participants—nothing will be provided for the preparation of any entry. Facility kitchen will not be made available to Cook-off Contest participants. 4. All entries must use beef as the main ingredient in the recipes. The Cook-off Contest will be judged by a panel of 2-3 judges. Teams should prepare at least 3 servings

for the judges. Extra servings will be made available for tasting by spectators. (A serving of meat is 3 cooked ounces.) 5. All contest participants should follow proper food safety procedures during preparation for the dish. 6. Accessories such as place mats, napkins, flowers, etc. are allowed. 7. No alcoholic beverages may be used in the recipe, presentation or be presented to the judges. (Exception: cooking wine - which may be used in marinating or meat preparation.) 8. Participants shall stand away from table when judges are scoring or team will be disqualified. 9. Presentation to judges shall last no longer than 8 minutes per team. 10. All entries will be evaluated on two separate and distinct categories: a. SHOWMANSHIP—Team members will be scored on neatness, grooming, cleanliness, manners, enthusiasm, and ability to answer questions about the beef product, its preparation, storage, sanitation and nutrition. b. RECIPE—The team’s presentation will be scored on the recipe provided, appropriate number of meat servings in dishes, economical factors, appearance of dish, taste, appeal to persons in various age groups and health conscious preparation.

Graphic Design Contest New in 2014 This contest enables AIJCA members to use computer technology to design materials that promote the Charolais breed or a herd. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior and Intermediate Only. General contest rules pertaining to Senior and Intermediate divisions are as follows: 1. Entries must be created using computer technology. 2. There will be 2 categories: • Breed/Association Promotion: Highlight the value of Charolais in a successful cattle enterprise or the benefits of active membership in the Charolais Association. • Herd Advertisement: Suitable for promotion of your own herd or a fictitious (but realistic) situation. 3. Contestants must bring entry as a hard copy on 8.5x11 paper AND a digital copy saved as a high-resolution pdf on a CD or USB drive for publication purposes. 4. Contest is limited to 2 entries per person, one entry per category. 5. All work must be that of the contestant. Entries must be the contestant’s current year’s work and cannot have been presented for competition at a previous AIJCA Junior National. 6. Graphic design entries will be evaluated on: originality, message, ability to attract attention, use of space and design. 7. Judges will rank the top 5 entries in each category in each age division. From this ranking, awards will be given to the first and second place overall for each age division. 8. Contestants should write the following information in the upper left-hand corner on the back of the entry: category, contestant name, address, breeder number and age as of May 20, 2014.

Herdsmanship Contest Following are the state/affiliate herdsmanship judging guidelines: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Neatness and cleanliness of exhibit area Availability of juniors to answer questions Participation and involvement in grooming by junior members Exhibition and promotion of entries Cattle must be in stalls from tie-outs by designated time and shall not return to tie-outs until designated time.

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Impromptu Public Speaking Contest Contestants will present a speech on a subject pertaining to the livestock industry as randomly selected after the contest begins. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior Division – 2 to 4 minute speech. Intermediate Division – 2 to 4 minute speech. Junior Division – 1 to 3 minute speech. (Junior division participants may have assistance from an AIJCA Board of Director – assistance from anyone else will disqualify the participant.) General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. The selection of topics shall be held 15 minutes (depending on order drawn) before the presentation. The participant will draw two specific topics, selected at random, relating to the industry of agriculture and/or the Charolais breed of cattle. After selecting the topic the participant desires to speak on, both topics will be returned to the pool for the next drawing. 2. The topics will be prepared by the AIJCA Board. 3. Contestant will be given approximately 15 minutes to prepare their presentation. 4. Contestant will be asked to answer questions relating to their speech following their presentation. The question and answer session shall be a maximum of 3 minutes. Deductions of 20 points per minute will be taken from the score of each judge for any speech under the minimum or over the maximum time restriction. 5. Contestant will be judged on personal appearance.

Interview and Resumé Contest This contest is designed to assist with career development of AIJCA members. Participants will be evaluated by 2-3 judges. Contest divisions are as follows: High School Division (Members are eligible to compete in high school division through the summer following high school graduation.) College Division General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. Contest is only open to members 15 years of age and older, as of May 20, 2014. 2. Contestant will be scored separately on each of the following: cover letter, resumé and personal interview. A combined score from these three areas will determine the contestant’s overall score. 3. Contestant must bring to the Junior National, 3 copies of cover letter and resumé, contained in one envelope and deliver to the registration desk no later than 3:00 p.m., on Sunday, July 6. 4. Develop your own agriculture job and create a 150-200 word job description. 5. Contestants will be judged on personal appearance. Resumés and cover letters will be evaluated on content, grammar, design and overall appeal. Each individual will be evaluated on the following in the interview portion of this contest: • Education - Does applicant have the educational background needed for a position with the organization? • Leadership Potential - Does applicant appear to have the ability and motivation to advance in the organization? • Extracurricular Activities - Does the potential interviewer have sufficient experience in outside activities? • Work Experience - Does the applicant have sufficient job accomplishments, skills and experiences to relate to the position. • Communication Skills - How well was the candidate able to express his/her thoughts? Consider factors such as vocabulary, grammar, style of delivery, etc.

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Contest divisions are as follows: Senior – 17 and older • Intermediate – 13-16 • Junior – 12 and under • Career Planning - Did the candidate show evidence of career planning? (Example: setting goals for the future, alternative career paths, long-range plans for future selfdevelopment) • Motivation/Initiative - To what extent does the applicant show enthusiasm for the position being interviewed for? • Appearance/Personality - What kind of general impression does the applicant make? Consider dress, grooming, posture and presence.

Mentorship Program Mentors: Recommended for junior members, 15 and older who have attended two or more Junior Nationals. In agreeing to be a mentor, you will help your mentee get to know others within the organization, answer any questions they may have and most of all- help them have a fun and interesting experience at Junior National. Mentees: Recommended for young junior members and first or second time Junior National participants. In requesting a mentor, you will learn about the AIJCA and Junior National Show and Leadership Conference, meet new people from other states and most of all- have a great experience at Junior National. General mentorship program guidelines and structure: 1. Mentor/Mentee pairs will be assigned by the AIJCA Board. 2. The individuals who sign up to be a mentor or mentee will find out their pairings at the Mentor/Mentee Introductions, Sunday, July 6. 3. Junior members running for an AIJCA Board of Director position are required to be at Introductions unless prior written permission is granted from the AICA Youth Activities Director.

Photo Contest The AIJCA Photo Contest is designed to provide juniors the opportunity to learn photographic skills and compete with other Charolais junior members. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior, Intermediate and Junior.

Poster Contest New Rules in 2014

Quiz Bowl Contest

The AIJCA Poster Contest is designed to provide another fun, educational and competitive activity for interested individuals.

Contest is designed to test team members’ knowledge of the beef industry and its numerous components.

Contest divisions are as follows: Juniors Only.

1. Each team will consist of 5 AIJCA members. There must

General contest rules pertaining to Junior division are as follows: 1. There will be 2 categories: • Breed/Association Promotion: Highlight the value of Charolais in a successful cattle enterprise or the benefits of active membership in the Charolais Association. • Herd Advertisement: Create poster suitable for promotion of your own herd or a fictitious (but realistic) situation. 2. Judges will rank the top 5 posters in each category in each age division. From this ranking, awards will be given to the first and second place overall for each age division. 3. Contest is limited to 2 entries per person. 4. Entries must utilize regular-size poster board (22" x 28") and be suitable to hang. 5. There is no limit to the use or style of drawings or lettering, provided they are the design and handiwork of the entrant. Posters should not be made using computer-generated graphics or designs. Photographs, magazine clippings, stencils and adhesive letters may be used. If the judges question as to whether the work is computer generated, they may disqualify an entry. 6. Three-dimensional posters are allowed, however, 3-dimensional objects may not exceed 1/2”. If any objects exceed 1/2” or extend beyond the boundaries of the poster, entry will be disqualified. 7. Any poster that is not suitable to hang will be disqualified. 8. It is suggested that posters be laminated or covered with clear contact paper. 9. Posters must be the contestant’s current year’s work and cannot have been presented for competition at a previous AIJCA Junior National. 10. Contestants should write the following information in the upper left-hand corner on the back of the poster: category of poster, title of poster, name, address, breeder number and age as of May 20, 2014.

General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows:

1. There will be 2 categories:

• Color: Highlighting Charolais cattle in a colored photograph • Black and White: Highlighting Charolais cattle in a black and white photograph 2. Judges will rank the top 5 photos in each category in each age division. From this ranking, awards will be given to the first and second place overall for each age division. 3. Contest is limited to 4 entries per person, but no more than 2 per category. 4. Photos must highlight Charolais cattle on the farm, or ranch or at an event. The cattle should be the dominant focus of the photo. 5. Entries must be 5x7 or 8x10 in size, 8x10 is recommended. Photos must be mounted on a heavy weight cardboard stock with a thickness of 1/8” or greater, without glass frames. Entries presented with glass frames around photographs will be disqualified. 6. All entries must be original, untouched photos taken by the AIJCA member who enters the photo. Photos must be the contestant’s current year’s work and cannot have been presented for competition at a previous AIJCA Junior National. 7. Contestants should write the following information in the upper left-hand corner on the back of the cardboard: category of photo, title of photo, name, address, breeder number and age as of May 20, 2014. 8. The Charolais Journal staff reserves the right to collect any photos in the contest to utilize at the staff’s discretion. If requested, photos will be returned to participant after use by the Charolais Journal.

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Prepared Public Speaking Contest Contestants will present a speech on subject pertaining to the livestock industry. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior Division – 6 to 8 minute speech. Intermediate Division – 4 to 6 minute speech. Junior Division – 2 to 4 minute speech. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. Contestant may choose any subject pertaining to the livestock industry. The speech is to be of original content and is to be composed solely by the junior speaker. Contestant is encouraged to have speech memorized but will be permitted to use notes. 2. Contestant will be asked to answer questions relating to his or her speech following their presentation. The question and answer session shall be a maximum of 3 minutes, with 1 question to be asked per judge. Deductions of 20 points per minute will be taken from the score of each judge for any speech under the minimum or over the maximum time restriction. 3. Contestant must bring to the Junior National, 3 typewritten, double-spaced copies of speech on 8-1/2”x11” white bond paper and deliver to the registration desk no later than 3 p.m., on Sunday, July 6. 4. Contestants are required to include a cover sheet to their speech that lists the following information: name, address, breeder number and age as of May 20, 2014. 5. Visual aids may be used. 6. Contestants will be judged on personal appearance.

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be at least one member 15 years or younger. There will be four members participating, with one alternate. There must be a member 15 years or younger participating at all times. Brackets and team match-ups will be designated at random. Scoring: The contest will be a single elimination competition. All rounds will be worth 10 points for correct answers. No points will be taken away for incorrect answers. There may be discussion among team members only for toss-up rebound questions. Head to head rebound involves no team discussion. A match shall consist of a predetermined set of questions depending on the number of teams. The first set of questions will be head to head questions (I.E. contestant 1, team A vs. contestant 1, team B). The remaining questions will be toss-up questions. If a tie exists after the last question, three toss-up questions will be utilized in a tiebreaker. Each individual/team will have 10 seconds to buzz in. Once a contestant has buzzed in, he/she will have 10 seconds to begin answering the question. Rebound questions will be handled in the same way. There will be judges and time keepers appointed by the AIJCA Board of Directors. Note taking and/or tape recorders shall be prohibited by anyone at the contest site. Any individual not conforming to this rule will be removed from the contest room.

Scrapbook Contest The AIJCA Scrapbook Contest encourages junior associations to keep a record of their achievements and highlights. The contest also provides a means for junior associations to show others what they have accomplished. Scrapbooks will be judged on content and appearance alone. 1. Scrapbooks must be completely created by current members of the state junior association. 2. The cover should incorporate the association name and should be creative—not costly. 3. The following categories should be covered: a. Junior officers, representatives, members, and advisors b. Meetings and activities c. Shows, displays, games, social activities, and work sessions d. Communications (newsletters, notices) e. Honors won by members (Bronze, Silver and Gold Merit Awards, Scholarships, etc.) 4. Each category should be arranged in calendar sequence (oldest to most recent). Scrapbooks should cover the most recent year’s activities. 5. Include photographs, (posed and candid), newspaper and magazine clippings, programs from special junior events, and minutes of meetings. 6. Be neat and organized. Have no loose pieces, caption all photos, and type or write neatly.

Showmanship Contest All exhibitors who exhibit cattle at Junior National have the opportunity to participate in the jackpot showmanship contest by registering on the Junior National registration form. There will be a nonrefundable $10 entry fee ($20 late entry fee) for each showmanship contest participant. No entries accepted after May 20 and no exhibitor substitution. Contest divisions and show order are as follows: Senior, Intermediate and Junior. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. This contest is a non-fit competition. 2. The steer or heifer exhibited in the showmanship contest must be registered in that participant’s name.


Contest divisions are as follows: Senior – 17 and older • Intermediate – 13-16 • Junior – 12 and under 3. The showmanship contest specific exhibitor number must be worn by the participant in the showmanship contest. 4. No bulls are allowed to be shown in this contest. 5. Junior National t-shirt is not required to be worn.

Team Fitting Contest Each team will consist of 3 or 4 members with a time limit of 20 minutes. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior Division 1. Senior team entries will be responsible for washing out and blowing heifers dry. Contest judges will review heifers and can adjust scores if not properly completed. 2. No more than two individuals competing on a winning senior team may participate on the same team the following year. Intermediate Division 1. No sheephead clippers will be allowed. 2. An AIJCA Board designated adult advisor or AIJCA Board member will be stationed with each intermediate team to offer safety advice. Junior Division 1. No clippers of any kind will be allowed. 2. An AIJCA Board designated adult advisor or AIJCA Board member will be stationed with each junior team to offer safety advice. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. The use of any coloring agent, flock and powder is prohibited. 2. Each team is responsible for providing their own heifer for the contest (no steers or bulls). 3. Junior and intermediate teams may utilize a senior team’s heifer. Heifers must be pre-clipped (head, tail, etc.) for the junior and intermediate contests. Heifers may be pre-clipped for the senior contest. 4. Heifers will be evaluated by the judge(s) prior to the start of each contest. All audience members must stay out of the area designated as contest space by the AIJCA Board during the contest. 5. Scoring will be based on: • Evaluation of heifer and team questions prior to start • Use of equipment, skill level and general knowledge of team members in fitting of heifer • Completion and final appearance of heifer • Judge’s question(s) for team members including one public question • Presentation of heifer by team. Final questions will be asked while the heifer is being presented. 6. The team member presenting the heifer may not help in answering the final question. 7. Intermediate and Junior contest may be conducted at the same time if space allows.

Team Sales Contest Team Sales contest is designed to give junior members experience in selling an animal exhibited at Junior National to potential buyers. Contest divisions are as follows: Senior Division – 5 to 10 minute presentation. Intermediate Division – 5 to 10 minute presentation. Junior Division – 2 to 5 minute presentation. General contest rules pertaining to all age divisions are as follows: 1. Teams are to consist of three to four members. Teams must be registered with Junior National entries. Contestants may be individually entered on Junior National entries and will be placed on a team by the AIJCA Board and notified prior to Junior National of their teammates. 2. Purebred heifers and bulls may only be used in the sales contest. 3. Purebred heifers and bulls chosen for team sales may be fit, however by AIJCA members only. Heifers fit in the team fitting contest may be used. 4. Materials required: Three copies of the heifer or bull’s

registration paper. Other sales materials are allowed, but must be turned in to the registration desk no later than 3:00 p.m., on Sunday, July 6. Extra promotional items (farm signs, posters, etc.), props and incentive gifts to judging panel (key rings, caps, etc.) are prohibited. 5. Each teammate is required to speak during the presentation. Contestants engaging judges in the presentation are encouraged, but questions by judges should be held until the end of the contestants’ presentation. 6. Presentations should include but are not limited to the following: a) pedigree information b) performance information c) visual characteristics 7. A warning will be given when one minute is remaining in presentation time. 8. Contestants will be evaluated by the following categories: • Contents of Sales Presentation • Communication Skills • Team Organization • Overall Effectiveness • Knowledge and Response to Questions

Scholarship Opportunities AIJCA Premier Challenge Sponsored by Zehnder Cattle

New Rules in 2014 This scholarship promotes contest participation. This $500 scholarship will be awarded to the individual with the highest overall score regardless of age. 1. Participants must compete in at least 4 of the following contests: a. Art f. Prepared Speech b. Photo g. Resume/Interview c. Poster h. Showmanship d. Graphic Design i. Team Fitting e. Impromptu Speech j. Team Sales 2. Contestants competing in at least 4 of the qualifying contests are automatically in contention for the scholarship. 3. In each individual contest, participants will be ranked through top 5 placings for each age division. In each team contest, participants will be ranked through champion and reserve placings for each age division. 4. Points will be distributed by the following system for individual contests: a. 1st - 50 b. 2nd - 40 c. 3rd - 30 d. 4th - 20 e. 5th - 10 f. Participation - 5 Points will be distributed by the following system for team contests per individual on each team: a. 1st - 50 b. 2nd - 40 c. Participation - 5 5. Participation points will be awarded to non-placing participants. 6. Only the top score of the two categories in the photo contest (Black/White and Color) will be counted. 7. Only the top score of the two categories in the poster or graphic design contests (Breed/Association Promotion and Herd Advertisement) will be counted. 8. Each participant’s highest 4 scores will be used. 9. In the event of a tie, the next highest score in an additional contest will be used. This method will continue until we reach a scholarship winner. Participation in more than 4 contests is strongly encouraged.

CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

Grand Champion Female

Sponsored by Cliff and Lynn Orley This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the Exhibitor of the Grand Champion Owned Female. Cliff and Lynn Orley, Lebanon, Pa. have sponsored the Grand Champion Female Scholarship since 1994.

Grand Champion Percentage Female Sponsored by Lehman Charolais

This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the Exhibitor of the Grand Champion Percentage Female. Larry and Robbie Lehman, Tioga, Texas have sponsored the Grand Champion Percentage Female Scholarship since 2005.

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female Sponsored by Jeannine Doughty

This $500 scholarship will be awarded to the Exhibitor of the Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female. Jeannine Doughty, Harrisonville, Mo. sponsors the Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female Scholarship in memory of Carol Doughty, Big Creek Charolais.

Become an AIJCA Board of Director! Areas 1, 2, 3, 5 and 7 & Four At-Large positions are up for election at the 2014 Junior National. Submit completed application by May 20, 2014. To be eligible to run for Area Director, your area must be up for election. Juniors must be at least 16 and not yet 21 as of January 1, 2014 and have attended at least one Junior National. At-Large Positions are filled from Area 1st, 2nd or 3rd Alternates.

If you are the 1st, 2nd or 3rd alternate from last year seeking an At-Large position, please resubmit an application with your intent to run. Applicants will announce to the membership their intent to run at the General Caucus meeting at the 2014 Junior National. AAPPRRI ILL 22001144    47 47


Schedule of Events This draft schedule is tentative and subject to change.

Saturday, July 5 Noon Earliest arrival for cattle Sunday, July 6 11-3 PM 11-3 PM 3 PM 3:15 PM 3:30 PM 4:30 PM 6-7 PM

Cattle Check-In - Prairie Pavilion Leadership Conference Check-In - Prairie Pavilion All cattle must be on the grounds Board Member Candidate Meeting - Prairie Pavilion Office Peer Mentor/Mentee Introductions - Gottschalk Park Barnyard Olympics - Gottschalk Park Dinner - Pride of Kansas

Monday, July 7 8 AM Weigh Steers - Prairie Pavilion 8-9 AM Breakfast - Pride of Kansas 9 AM Adult, Chaperone and Advisor Meeting - Pride of Kansas 9:30 AM AIJCA General Caucus Meeting/Area Meetings - Prairie Pavilion 11 AM Cook-Off Contest - Pride of Kansas 12-1 PM Lunch - Pride of Kansas 1:15 PM Miss Charolais USA Meet & Greet - Pride of Kansas 2-4 PM Conference Session and Museum Tour - Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center 6 PM Opening Ceremonies followed by Dinner - Prairie Pavilion Tuesday, July 8 8 AM Prepared Speech, Impromptu Speech & Interview Contests - Ramada Conference Center 11 AM Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Clinic - Prairie Pavilion 12-1 PM Lunch - Pride of Kansas 1:30 PM Area Meetings and Director Elections - Pride of Kansas 3 PM Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Team Fitting Contest - Prairie Pavilion 3:15 PM Sullivan Supply/Stock Show University Team Sales Contest - Prairie Pavilion Wednesday, July 9 7:30 AM Weaver Livestock Showmanship Contest - Prairie Pavilion 12-1 PM Lunch - Pride of Kansas 1 PM Weaver Livestock Clinic - Prairie Pavilion 3:00 PM Adult Golf Scramble - TBA 3:30 PM Quiz Bowl - Pride of Kansas 6 PM Conference Awards Dinner - Pride of Kansas Thursday, July 10 8 AM Bred & Owned Heifer, Bull, Steer and Percentage Heifer Shows - Prairie Pavilion 12-1 PM Lunch - Pride of Kansas 2:30 PM Conference Session followed by AIJCA Annual Membership Meeting - Pride of Kansas 3 PM Adult Conference Session - TBA 6:30 PM AIJCA Annual Awards Dinner & Banquet - Pride of Kansas Friday, July 11 8 AM Owned Heifer Show - Prairie Pavilion Cattle released at the conclusion of the Show Saturday, July 12 12 PM All cattle must be off the grounds 48  48   AAPPRRI ILL 22001144

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Lungworms

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DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION LONGRANGE® (eprinomectin) should be given only by subcutaneous injection in front of the shoulder at the recommended dosage level of 1 mg eprinomectin per kg body weight (1 mL per 110 lb body weight). WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS Withdrawal Periods and Residue Warnings Animals intended for human consumption must not be slaughtered within 48 days of the last treatment. This drug product is not approved for use in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older, including dry dairy cows. Use in these cattle may cause drug residues in milk and/or in calves born to these cows. A withdrawal period has not been established for pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. Animal Safety Warnings and Precautions The product is likely to cause tissue damage at the site of injection, including possible granulomas and necrosis. These reactions have disappeared without treatment. Local tissue reaction may result in trim loss of edible tissue at slaughter. Observe cattle for injection site reactions. If injection site reactions are suspected, consult your veterinarian. This product is not for intravenous or intramuscular use. Protect product from light. LONGRANGE® (eprinomectin) has been developed specifically for use in cattle only. This product should not be used in other animal species. When to Treat Cattle with Grubs LONGRANGE effectively controls all stages of cattle grubs. However, proper timing of treatment is important. For the most effective results, cattle should be treated as soon as possible after the end of the heel fly (warble fly) season. Environmental Hazards Not for use in cattle managed in feedlots or under intensive rotational grazing because the environmental impact has not been evaluated for these scenarios. Other Warnings: Underdosing and/or subtherapeutic concentrations of extended-release anthelmintic products may encourage the development of parasite resistance. It is recommended that parasite resistance be monitored following the use of any anthelmintic with the use of a fecal egg count reduction test program. TARGET ANIMAL SAFETY Clinical studies have demonstrated the wide margin of safety of LONGRANGE® (eprinomectin). Overdosing at 3 to 5 times the recommended dose resulted in a statistically significant reduction in average weight gain when compared to the group tested at label dose. Treatment-related lesions observed in most cattle administered the product included swelling, hyperemia, or necrosis in the subcutaneous tissue of the skin. The administration of LONGRANGE at 3 times the recommended therapeutic dose had no adverse reproductive effects on beef cows at all stages of breeding or pregnancy or on their calves. Not for use in bulls, as reproductive safety testing has not been conducted in males intended for breeding or actively breeding. Not for use in calves less than 3 months of age because safety testing has not been conducted in calves less than 3 months of age. STORAGE Store at 77° F (25° C) with excursions between 59° and 86° F (15° and 30° C). Protect from light. Made in Canada. Manufactured for Merial Limited, Duluth, GA, USA. ®LONGRANGE and the Cattle Head Logo are registered trademarks of Merial. ©2013 Merial. All rights reserved. 1050-2889-02, Rev. 05/2012


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®LONGRANGE and the Cattle Head Logo are registered trademarks, and TM THERAPHASE is a trademark, of Merial. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. ©2014 Merial Limited, Duluth, GA. All rights reserved. RUMIELR1213-E (01/14)

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NOTHING BUT THE BEST FROM GENEX 1CH00945 EC

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69 .84

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Homozygous Polled

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0.15 .33 15%

Like his sire, he is proven to excel for every economically relevant trait of beef production, but in a more attractive, stouter package. Unmatched growth and muscle in this proven total performance sire with acceptable calving ease.

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-1.2 .73

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25%

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15%

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37 .60

65 .44

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7%

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CHAROLAIS

‘The DeBruycker bull sale is a bargain!’ American Cattlemen magazine, March 14 issue

When you compare the money being spent for the quality of bull you get, the bulls are inexpensive. Roger Peters states, “Calving with DeBruycker bulls is no different than using black bulls. We calve in six groups of 1000 head each with one guy to watch over them and it’s rare for us to have a big calf.” 500 of the Highest Quality Bulls Sell! This Fullblood son of JUMPER was on of our pets but now has to work year round in a Florida swampland. He was bred to work on forage

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Saturday, May 3, 2014 • 1 p.m. O.D. Butler Texas A&M Beef Research Center College Station, Texas


Sale Information O.D. Butler Texas A&M Beef Research Center Sale Day Phones: Beef Center (979) 846-4735 (979) 862-4736

College Station, Texas 7707 Raymond Stotzer Parkway (Hwy 60)

Dennis Adams Cell (979) 229-4472 Bill Arlitt Cell (210) 287-8100 Rick Evans Cell (325) 647-9039 Wes Chism Cell (281) 761-5952 Brett Sayre Cell (573) 881-1876 Sale Headquarters: Hampton Inn, Texas Avenue (979) 846-0184 Ask for “Cattle Sale Group” for rate of $ 114 + tax Reservations must be made by April 18th. This is a very busy weekend in the area, call early!! Airline Connections: Easterwood Airport, College Station, is served from Houston and Dallas/ Ft Worth connecting flights. Both Houston George Bush airport and the Austin airport are 90 miles from College Station. Dallas/Ft Worth airport is 190 miles. The Hotel will furnish shuttle service from Eastwood Airport or call any sale sponsor! Health: All cattle of test age will be tested within 30 days of sale for Brucellosis or T.B. or originate from Certified and/or Accredited herds for from Free States. Proper Interstate Health Certificates will be furnished. All females selling as pregnant will be pregnancy tested within 30 days and called accordingly. Terms & Conditions: Settlement on all purchases must be made upon conclusion of the sale. Cattle will not be released until settlement is made. Checks should be made payable to OUTFRONT CATTLE SERVICE. This sale is conducted under standard sale conditions. A copy is available at the settlement desk. Scramble Certificates: All Texas show scramble certificates will be accepted! Insurance: Will be available at the settlement desk. Trucking: A special trucking arrangement has been made for trucking anywhere in the continental U.S. to a central location. Please contact Sale Manager for details. Sale Representatvies: Wes Chism............ Charolais Journal (281) 761-5952 Ralph Means.......... The Weekly Livestock Reporter Jay Purchase.......... Special Assignment Auctioneer: Greg Clifton, Hurst, TX (817) 313-5250 Sale Consultant: Brett Sayre (573) 881-1876 Sale Sponsors: Bill & Raye Arlitt (800) 772-3604 cell (210) 287-8100 Rick & Cindy Evans (325) 646-1561 cell (325) 647-9039

Saturday, May 3, 2014 1PM

SALE SCHEDULE: Friday, May 2 All cattle arrive and in place 10:00 AM Ladies meet in Hotel Lobby for Shopping trip to

downtown Bryan and “dutch treat” lunch in downtown or at Messina Vineyard (and wine tasting), located just outside Bryan. Afternoon includes a trip to the George Bush Presidential Library or more shopping. 10:00 AM Bovine Elite, LLC., College Station is offering a 10%

discount on all paid semen purchases that day only. And viewing of sale cattle all day.

6:00 PM Dinner at the O.D. Butler Beef Center courtesy of the Sale

of Excellence consignors. Door prizes will also be given. Plenty of visiting and viewing of sale cattle.

Saturday, May 3rd 8:00 AM Coffee and Doughnuts courtesy of consignors. Viewing of sale cattle all morning. Noon: Lunch courtesy of Sale of Excellence 1:00 PM 15th Annual Sale of Excellence starts promptly Fun Auction: Immediately following the Sale of Excellence one of the most unique cattle sale events begins. One of the highlights of the whole weekend! Fun for the entire family!

Upon conclusion of the sale, snacks, drinks and plenty of visiting with old and new friends. Many buyers and sellers get together and go out to eat at one of the fine restaurants in the area! A great weekend for Charolais enthusiast!!


Map to the Sale Location: HWY 21 (BRYAN, TX) FM 2818

North

Hwy 47

Texas Ave & Bus 6

Hampton Inn

7700 Raymond Stolzer Parkway

& Earl Rudder Freeway

HWY 60 & University Dr

Raymond Stolzer Parkway

O.D. BUTLER TEXAS A&M BEEF CENTER

Hwy 6 By-Pass

Easterwood Airport

Texas A&M Campus George Bush Presidential Library

College Station, TX Texas Ave & Bus 6

FM 2818

OUTFRONT CATTLE SERVICE Welcome to the 15th Annual Sale of Excellence. Again the bar has been set higher, more quality Charolais selling than ever before! Some of the consignors have committed over 220 head each to this sale in the past 15 years, quite an accomplishment. To keep their quality up they have had to have great breeding programs and used the cattle that would enable them to consistently raise profitable and productive cattle. We have some new consignors as we always do, but they must accept the challenge to bring only their very best to the sale. And we insist all breeders work together to make this a great sale for the best of all involved! I mention all of this so as you can be assured that when you select cattle from this sale you are able to buy with a maximum confidence that you are buying something that will help improve your herd. Or you can add additional quality to a great herd without sacrificing your standards for quality. We insist on quality animals that perform, grow, maintain their condition efficiently, milk, fertile, and satisfy commercial cattle breeders with the bulls they raise from these top females! And rarely should a problem arise, the consignor will take care of it promptly and satisfactory to all. You will also enjoy the family atmosphere and the friendly reception from all. Everyone enjoys the “Fun Auction� after the cattle auction. Buyers get to bid on all kinds of merchandise from arts & crafts items, firecrackers, books, paintings, toys, etc. This is where the competition on bidding gets interesting! Please join us for a fantastic Charolais event, great fellowship, and a rewarding endeavor! Call any of us for more information. Please make motel reservations immediately as this is one of the busiest weekends in College Station. Sincerely, Dennis Adams


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LC MS CIGAR 4032 P ET 09/05/2004 F1015622

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N ABC ALI HERCULES LHD ALI MARK T214 LHD MS DAR 6196-N251 BHD MS ALIMARK L841 P ET F928640 LHD PROMISE LAND S139 LHD MS PROMISE Z327 LHD MS SENTINEL W722 BW: 90 lbs ADJ.WW: 756 lbs EPDs: -4.9 3.7 29 45 11 0.2 25 0.7

H Due to calve early April to JDJ Wizard S333, an MD Sentinal Ruler G1520 son out of a Pick of the Herd! H Full sister to LC Ms Cigar 8078 ET, that sold for $18,000 in Lehman Sale to TLM Charolais and to a sib to Happy 11’s herdsire, LC Mr Cigar 0071 P ET. These magnificent cattle all derive from one of DeBruycker’s great foundation cows, LHD Ms Promise Z327. Arlitt’s sold a pregnant Recipient with mating of Reality x LC Ms Cigar 4032 to top the first “Pride of Mississippi Sale” last November at $5,800 to Tim Lee, MS. This powerful producing female will work in any herd.

Lot 1

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

2 BARA MS 4032 REALITY 8A 02/10/2013 EF1179210

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD CIGAR E46 LC MS CIGAR 4032 P ET F1015622 BHD MS ALIMARK L841 P ET

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD ALI MARK T214 LHD MS PROMISE Z327

BW: 81 lbs EPDs: -1.9 3.2 33 54 6 3.1 22 0.7

H Open ET heifer with superb genetics. Tim Lee is very happy with his full ET sister born from the pregnant recip he purchased in Pride of Dixie Sale. This superb heifer will be ready to breed in late spring or hold for a excellent fall calving addition. Reality has proven his ability with commercial cattle people as his bulls have dominated the Rancher’s Choice and Charolais for Profit bulls sales. This fancy, fast growing heifer shows the extra performance that Reality calves exhibit.

Lot 2

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

3a BARA MS 835 PRES LADY 11A ET 3b BARA MS 835 PRES LADY 12A ET BHD Ms Alimark L835 ET

02/14/2013 EF1179204

POLLED

02/16/2013 EF1179205

POLLED

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD CIGAR E46 BHD MS ALIMARK L835 ET F928644 LHD MS PROMISE Z327

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD PROMISE LAND S139 LHD MS SENTINEL W722

BW: 80 lbs EPDs: -6.2 4.0 30 41 5 0.3 20 0.5

H These matched, full sibs, display tremendous volume, thickness, and style for young heifers. Their dam is a full sib to the dam of Lot 1, another superb daughter of the Ms Promise Z327. Both of these donor cows, L835 and L841, were purchased from Bill Morley in the ‘02 Sale of Excellence. These double bred Cigars offer tremendous opportunity for a powerful “outcross” program. A lot of the top sires in the breed are out of Cigar daughters..i.e. TR Fire Water 5792RET and more. Here is your opportunity knocking!

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

CJC Mr President T122


Selling Pregnant Recipent with the mating:

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Due: 10/9/14

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N ABC ALI HERCULES LHD ALI MARK T214 LHD MS DAR 6196-N251 BC MS PERFECT MARK P ET F1009719 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 P-3 LADY PERFECT 7-1G P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z Est. EPDs: -1 2.3 26 45 10 5 23 0.8

H Due to calve 10/9/14 out of a purebred Recipient cow. The Perfect Mark cow has been one of the most consistent producers in the breed and is an excellent flush cow. A full sib to this mating sells as lot 32, so you can effectively evaluate this mating. Also, Taconey Plantation is selling a Duke 914 cow out of Perfect Mark as lot 57. Several of her daughters have topped sales in previous Sale of Excellence and the Ft. Worth Cowtown sales. You never can have too many Cigar daughters!

BC MS PERFECT MARK P ET

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

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D&D MS FANCY CIGAR 2641 ET 05/21/2006 EF1058766

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N CV-TO HALLELUJAH 4059 P HH CAVALIER 701 SCUR HEP MISS JOAN 79Y BB FANCY 02 F860797 DOR KOLTON 910 PLD ET SCF MISS KOLBY 543 SCF LISA 149 TWIN EPDs: -1.6 2.7 24 38 9 4.5 21 0.7

Lot 5A: Pld heifer calf # 32A, born 9/14/13, bw 75 lbs, sired by BHD Reality T3136 H A-I bred on 12/28/13 to BHD Reality T3136, Safe in calf. H Daughter of the AICA and AIJCA National Champion female, BB Fancy 02! And full sib to Bracewell’s herd sire, BLB Gladiator 303 P ET. Her 2012 bull sold to one of the top commercial cattlemen in the state! A great Cigar cow in the prime of her production years!

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

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Lot 5

RE MISS CIGAR 527 ET 09/23/2004 F1011769

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 LHD MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N SPAINS QUALITY POLL 781 BR DUKE 295 BR DOT 75 OC ELAINE J1059 F559255 NL DAVID MAC 434TWIN OC MISS ELAINE C386P NGN MISS BAYARD 495/74 BW: 92 lbs EPDs: -3.1 2.4 18 26 11 4.0 20 0.3

Lot 6A: Pld Heifer calf # 31A, born 9/14/13, bw 78, sired by BHD Reality T3136. H Bred A-I on 12/28/13 to BHD Reality T3136, Safe in calf. Her dam was a tremendous milking cow and daughter of a many times AICA Milk Trait Leader, Duke 295, the sire of Duke 261. Fancy Reality calf at side will grow into a very desirable brood cow that will pass on tremendous growth genetics.

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

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LHD CIGAR E46

BARA MS REALITY BELL 39Z 05/04/2012 EF1179276

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC ILLUSION N111 CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS SILVERBOE J576 MD MS PERFECT D111 WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 MS MAY CLASSIC BELL158ET F974704 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N BW: 68 lbs EPDs: 0.0 2.0 29 48 2 5.7 17 0.8

H Sells bred A-I on 9/20/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, a super LT Wyo Wind son out of powerful Cigar donor. H This extra long-bodied female has abundant capacity and depth for fleshing ease and great calf raising ability. The Trifecta calves are eye-appealing, structurally correct, and very fast growing. Dam is a full sib to LHD Cigar E46, and one of Rick & Cindy Evans’ top Donor cows.

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

Lot 7


BARA MS 12N REALITY 7Z 01/12/2012 F1179209

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD CIGAR E46 BARA MS CIGAR 12N F977475 LHD MAVERICK MARK E227

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LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 ABC MAVERICK MARK LHD MS FERNANDO Z543

BW: 75 lbs EPDs: -0.3 2.6 25 43 2 6.3 15 0.7

H Bred A-I on 9/20/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, Safe in calf. 12N has consistently raised some of the Arlitt’s best calves every year! A daughter by Illusion, 53T, is now an AICA Sterling Dam of Distinction in the DeBruycker herd, purchased out of a former Sale of Excellence. 12N has a perfect udder quality and size This young female could easily become the next top consignment in the fall President & Reality sale and command the $13,500 like last year’s winner for Rick Evans!

Lot 8

BARA MS U01 PRESIDENT 35Z

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04/11/2012 F1155466

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 M6 0772 WIND 5163 PLD SRC MS CIGAR WIND U01

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 THOMAS OAHE WIND 0772ET P THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET

F1085541

ALI STAR 250 PET SRC MISS CIGAR 425PT TW WM WM MS CIGAR MONARCH 2005 BW: 75 lbs EPDs: -3.6 3.4 35 55 6 0.4 23 0.6

H Sells Bred A-I on 9/20/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, Safe in calf. You will love the style and conformation of the Trifecta calves. Dam is sired by a full sib to TR Mr Fire Water 5792R ET, 5163, and is out of a daughter of the former #1 Multiple Trait Leader, WM Ali Star 250! This big, powerful, smooth heifer will make a tremendous brood cow and the Presidents are unbeatable for quality Milk production ability.

Lot 9

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Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

BARA MS CLASSIE PRES 14A ET 02/20/2013 EF1179206

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 MISS BH A1 CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 RE CLASSIE 892 F1119687 SIR TRADITION 066 RE MS TRADITION E11 P ET WCR CC MISS WIENK 308

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BW: 81 lbs EPDs: -4.5 3.4 32 47 9 -1.6 25 0.5

BHD MS PRESIDENT Y3039 09/04/2011 F1153760

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD PATHWAY R1581 BHD MS PATHWAY U564 F1100528 BHD MS TRADEMARK R125

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD VOLTAGE N335 LHD MS TRADEMARK N128 CJC TRADEMARK H45 BHD MS TRADEMARK M47

BW: 80 lbs EPDs: -2.8 4.2 34 59 8 0.3 25 0.6

H Open ET heifer out of a Smokin good Smokester Donor cow! Her dam was a top selling lot in the Hudspeth Gathering Sale. A magnificent milking cow with lots of volume, correctness, and clean lines. Her granddam Miss Wienk 308 was one of Rick Evans’ first donor cows and she produced some great females. When you study this pedigree, you can’t find a better lineage of quality, performance Charolais.

H Bred A-I on 9/20/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, Safe in calf. This superb President daughter had a 102 % WWt ratio out of 49 cont. Her shear mass, volume, and growth is what made this breed work! They have the meat and muscle required to lead the cattle industry to profitable production. You will hear much more about this female in the future as a great calf producer.

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

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JDJ MS PRESIDENT Y3050 09/10/2011 F1153762

POLLED

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 CJC TRADEMARK H45 JDJ MS TRADEMARK U298 F1100419 JDJ MS PERFECTALI L103

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD ALI MARK T214 CJC MS PERFECT F57 LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET JDJ MS PRODUCT J347

BW: 82 lbs EPDs: -1.3 3.1 24 36 4 0.9 16 0.6

H Bred A-I on 9/20/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, Safe in calf. One of the most appealing females in the whole sale. Picture perfect, loaded with volume and size, but smooth, complete, very correct and almost ideal for the most demanding breeder. L103 is a paternal sib to CJC Illusion N111, both being sired by G1312, a full sib to Select Sires, LHD Perfect Mark C237 sire. Her calf should be awesome!

Lot 12

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt


BARA MS PRES LADY ILU 57Z 10/09/2012 F1179207

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LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 CJC ILLUSION N111 BARA MS ILLUSION 54T F1096700 BARA MS CIGAR 72P

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 LHD CIGAR E46 WA MS ASTRO MARK

BW: 71 lbs EPDs: -1.7 3.1 37 54 5 1.1 23 0.6

H Sells Open, ready to breed for a spring program. Her extra size and scale will enable a breeder to use her with confidence and her grandam, 72P, was a feature in the 2013 sale going to Rick Evans. A lot of her progeny have excelled in the breed. This is a very proven mating for reliable productivity and profit! Several Astro Mark offspring have been used in the Spring Ridge, Welcome Grove, and many other herds.

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HEH YLO6’S MAMIE 90 04/16/2005 F1060696

BARA MS CIGAR 72P

POLLED

BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003 4-L UNLIMITED YL06 PLD M301490 4L MISS MAC P505 M6 MORTGAGE MAKER 590PET MOORES MS MAKER 7166 F795505

MISS GCR SUPREME G56

FZ MIGHTY MAC POLLED 828 MISS CAMELOT HAW BEUSEFUS 381 WCR MISS CENTURY MAC8123 SCHURRTOP-DC INTIMIDATOR MAMIE’S DELIGHT 9776 GCR SARGE SUPREME 284 LADY GCR SUPREME 425

BW: 81 lbs EPDs: -5.1 3.0 25 38 7 -5.1 19 1.1

H Due in late March, early April to JDJ Resource Z365 P, one of the top selling bulls in the 2013 DeBruycker Bull sale. The first Resource calves have hit the ground running and they are tremendous. Very thick, lots of bone, and show lots of growth and performance. This extra good milking female has the rich genetics of M6’s great Mamie Delight donor cow. Make sure you examine this pair at the sale.

Consignor: Bill & Raye Arlitt

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Choice of3 Pairs of Embryos by: JDJ MS DYNASTY L428 and: 1.5 0.5 25 46 9 8 21 0.9 15A: LHD CIGAR E46 Est. EPDs: Est. EPDs: 0.8 0.1 24 41 17 2.2 28 1.0 15B: JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 15C: CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 Est. EPDs: -0.4 1.3 28 47 6 3.4 19 0.7 15D: BHD REALITY T3136 Est. EPDs: 3.4 0.4 28 53 4 7.2 18 0.9 15E: VCR SIR DUKE 914 POLLED Est. EPDs: 7.9 -1.2 29 53 14 5.9 28 1.1

LHD DYNASTY C584 Dam: JDJ MS DYNASTY L428 F924892 LHD MS FRANZ E147

EATONS DYNASTY 1093 LHD CUJO LASS W16 FRC FRANZ C166 LHD MS COMMANDER B745

H JDJ Ms Dynasty L428 has become a legend in DeBruycker genetics along with “Miss American Beef” B309. She has been mated to several different bulls and they have all worked extremely well. Her sons and daughters have topped many sales. A bull and heifer by Cigar were purchased by DeBruycker in the 2013 Sale of Excellence. If you want a can’t miss opportunity and invest in the best of Meat & Milk Genetics, then this could be your answer. (3-embyros per mating)

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Lot 14

JDJ MS DYNASTY L428

RE MS COMMANDER 273 04/28/2013 F1179823

LHD CIGAR E46 RE COMMANDER 260 P ET EM782960 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD DYNASTY C584 JDJ MS DYNASTY L428 F924892 LHD MS FRANZ E147

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 EATONS DYNASTY 1093 LHD CUJO LASS W16 FRC FRANZ C166 LHD MS COMMANDER B745

BW: 81 lbs ADJ.WW: 653 lbs EPDs: 1.6 0.5 23 42 8 6.2 19

H Sells Open, L428’s natural calf from 2013. A superb model of perfection, growth, and phenotype! A very balanced heifer, good size, extra length, lots of volume and depth of ribs, and great disposition. Her sire is a full sib to CJC Mr President T122, Commander 260 P ET, who is siring exciting calves that have the same power and growth as President. His calves have a little more eye-appeal and style.

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

Lot 16


Choice of 2 Pairs of Embryos by: RE Ms Duke 34 and: (3-embyros per mating)

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17A: VCR SIR DUKE 914 Polled Est. EPDs: 3.3 1.8 40 63 13 1.3 3 3 0.9 Est. EPDs: 0.2 3.1 34 52 7 1.3 23 0.9 17B: CJC Illusion N111 17C: BHD Reality T3136 Est. EPDs: -1.2 3.4 39 63 4 2.6 23 0.8 LHD CIGAR E46 RE MS DUKE 34 ET F988929 CR MISS DUKE 172

RE MS DUKE 34

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS PERFECTION 806

H RE Ms Duke 34 has wow’d breeders with her progeny for several years. She consistently produces some of the best calves in the Charolais industry year after year. Her sons have topped the Rancher’s Choice Bull sale 3 of the last 4 years. Her offspring is working as herd sires for Friendship Farms, KY, Rocking S Ranch, LLC., OK., Chrislaw Farms, MO; Starkey Charolais, TX; and more. Her daughters are in many herds around the U.S. and one breeder said he will buy any of her daughters when they are sold!

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

RE PRESIDENTIAL LADY 30 ET

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09/09/2013 EF1178650

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD TRADELINE N1145 MD MS TRADELINE S3017 F1074068 MD MS DUSTY M1599

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 CJC TRADEMARK H45 LHD MS SENTINAL L1095 MD DUSTY G284 MD MS TECHNOLOGY G1244

BW: 92 lbs EPDs: -3.2 4.0 31 54 5 0.6 21 0.5

Presidental Lady 30 as calf with recip

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BARA MS PRESIDENT 61Z P/S 11/13/2012 F1166924

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD LITE K1553 JDJ MS PRODUCTLITE P392 F1009814 JDJ MS SUPREME H605

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD PRODUCTIVE G1308 ET LHD MS MAGIC E1245

H Selling Open, an outstanding ET heifer from a new donor cow that had produced some top calves for Doug Shockey and now in the ET program of Evans and Arlitt. The Tradeline N1145 calves are some of the best Trademark’s in the breed. Recip Cow: U494 is pregnant with embryo by LHD Cigar and JDJ Ms Dynasty L428 and implanted 12/4/13. Recip is born 9/25/08, F1105129 and is sired by LT Wyoming Wind out of Cigar cow. Great Milk!

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

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LHD SUPREME ALI C358 JDJ MS MONACO D891

BW: 72 lbs EPDs: -6.2 4.7 32 51 3 1.1 19 0.6

H Will be bred the end of March to BHD Zen X270 P, one of the best calving bulls in the breed. His calves not only come easy, they then grow into very useful offspring that can contribute to the industry. They have tremendous eye-appeal and style. P392 has been a great producer and C358 was a great sire that Ultrasound information showed very positive marbling ability. A BW of 72 lbs for real calving ease.

TP FIRST LADY A304 01/19/2013 F1168748

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 DVCR STOGIE L44 P ET TP MISS STOGIE T705 P F1062942 TP MS PRIME ROSE L115

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD TP ROSE C415

BW: 80 lbs EPDs: -1.5 2.1 29 43 4 1.8 18 0.5

H Very powerful and stout Heifer selling Open, ready to breed to the bull of your choice. This very complete heifer is long, deep sided, and wide-topped for plenty of volume and capacity. She retains a great deal of femininity and smoothness. Her dam sells as lot 21 and milks a ton! Great package here!

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

21

TP MISS STOGIE T705 P 01/30/2007 F1062942

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 DVCR STOGIE L44 P ET M638959 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD WCR MISS EASE 4314 TP MS PRIME ROSE L115 F923537

TP ROSE C415

HCR HORIZON 8055 POLLED SCC MS REAL COURAGE 116

BW: 85 lbs EPDs: -0.7 1.4 20 34 5 3.8 15 0.7

Lot 21

Lot 21A: Bull calf born 2/7/14, sired by CJC Mr President T122. H Rick will give the buyer of bull calf $1750 at weaning delivered to ranch in Brownwood if calf weighs a minimum of 600 lbs at 205 days, or $2000 if the calf weighs over 700 lbs at 205 days! Call for more details if interested. This is a fabulous producing cow as you will notice when you see her 2013 daughter, Lot 20, and bull calf at side. Beautiful udder quality and easy fleshing ability with plenty of volume and natural thickness.

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans


CHOICE OF 4 ET BULL CALVES DUE: 3/7/14

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CJC SMOKIN TRADE P115 BHD COBALT S553 BHD MS GRID N1749 JDJ EQUITY Z370 P M826958 BHD PHOENIX P395 JDJ MS PHOENIX T3024 CJC MS CIGAR L426 WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 MS MAY CLASSIC BELL158ET F974704 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N Est.EPDs: 1.7 1.2 25 50 6 4.7 19 0.7

H Selling your choice of 1-bull calf from full sister to LHD Cigar E46, the 158 donor cow and mated to JDJ Equity Z370 P. The first calves from Equity ooze with quality, style, thickness, and correctness. Excellent bone and showing very good growth potential. Selection must take place by August 1, 2014.

22A: 22C:

Bull calf born 2/28/14 bw 82;

22B: 22D:

Bull calf born 3/2/14 bw 88

Bull calf born 3/2/14 bw 93; Bull calf born 3/8/14 bw 98 H Equity’s sire, BHD Cobalt is an AICA Trait Leader for YW!

JDJ EQUITY Z370 P

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

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CHOICE OF 3 ET HEIFER CALVES DUE: 3/7/14

LHD BOSQUE S1195 JDJ RESOURCE Z365 P M826959 JDJ MS SPUR R120 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD RE MRS CIGAR 908 ET EF1107729 HALES MRS CIGAR 622 ET Est. EPDs: 3.0 2.2

36

60

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CJC SMOKIN TRADE P115 LHD MS AUTUMN P1247 SSR MR SPUR 3328 JDJ MS SMOKESTER N290 WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS SMOOTHDEAL B916

2.8

32

1.2

H Selling your choice of 1 heifer calf from mating of JDJ Resource Z365 P and RE Mrs Cigar 908 ET, a very complete, heavy milking, eye-appealing donor cow out of the great 622 donor cow of Rick Hale’s. This is fast becoming one of the Evans’ best young donor cows. These heifers by Resource are fantastic, big-boned, good length, lots of thickness, and lots of growth evidence. Z365 Dam is a “Pick of Herd”.

23A: Heifer born 3/5/14 bw 84; 23B:

Heifer born 3/7/14 bw 91;

23C: Heifer born 3/9/14 bw 90

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

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RE MRS CIGAR 908 ET

RE CIGAR DAUGHTER 224 06/11/2012 F1169439

LHD CIGAR E46 RE COMMANDER 260 P ET EM782960 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 LHD CIGAR E46 RE MS CIGAR 295 F1058296 BARA MS IMPRESSIVE 29KET

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613

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S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET CR MISS DUKE 172

BW: 82 lbs EPDs: -2.1 3.0 30 48 7 2.7 22

H Sells bred A-I on 3/2/14 to BHD Zen X270 P, a superb son of BHD Reality T3136 and great calving ease sire for heifers. This top heifer is out of the full sib to President and goes back to the legendary CR Miss Duke 172, topped the Creighton Dispersal at $20,000. She is also the dam of Rick’s great donor, RE Ms Duke 34. This should be one of the great buys of the 2014 spring sale season.

RE MISS CIGAR TRADE 263 ET 10/04/2013 EF1178666

POLLED

CJC TRADEMARK H45 JDJ ROYAL TRADE N134 M676765 JDJ MS CIGAR K1509 LHD CIGAR E46 LC MS CIGAR 4032 P ET F1015622 BHD MS ALIMARK L841 P ET

LHD ALI MARK T214 CJC MS PERFECT F57 LHD CIGAR E46 JDJ MS PLOY G980 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD ALI MARK T214 LHD MS PROMISE Z327

BW: 85 lbs EPDs: 2.7 2.1 29 55 13 3.1 28 1.2

H A beautiful made heifer out of the lot 1 donor cow and the former Trait Leader, Royal Trade N134. His dam, K1509, is a “Pick of the Herd” and the dam of JDJ Curlin S3012, a former herd sire for Shockey Charolais. This heifer is loaded with qualified and proven descendants. 25R: PB Recip, # 920, F1123144, born 3/11/09 is an Illusion N111 daughter and is safe in calf with embryo by VCR Sir Duke 914 x RE Ms Cigar 34, (Lot 17). A tremendously good recipient cow!

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

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RE LADY 178

11/14/2011 F1150925 CJC ILLUSION N111 RE MIRROR IMAGE 775 EM775018 RE DUCHESS 26 P LHD CIGAR E46 RE LADY CIGAR 082 P F945632 CC MISS WIENK 308

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD RBR MS ROCKBLUFF 8116 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 WCR SIR DUKE 815 CC MISS MAGGIE 826

BW: 80 lbs ADJ.WW: 645 lbs EPDs: 2.7 1.6 22 37 14 5.5 25

H Bred A-I on 6/10/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, the elite LT Wyoming Wind son out of a Cigar Donor cow now at Bill & Raye Arlitts. Notice this top young heifer goes back to the same Miss Wienk 308 donor cow that was some of the first ET work done at Evans Charolais. The Image 775 bull’s dam was in the Shepherd’s ET program in IA. Lots of promise to this exceptional young prospect.

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RS MS REALITY CAP 0412 02/13/2012 F1153630

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 RCR CAPTAIN S 340 RCR MS CAPTAIN U463 F1114962 RCR MS VALUE S316

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 RCR MAJOR P120 VCR MISS GOSSIP 762 LT POLLED VALUE 9089 LHD MS ALIMARK D68

BW: 86 lbs EPDs: -1.0 2.4 34 55 1 4.5 18 0.8

H Bred A-I on 11/17/13 to CWC Trifecta J825, Safe in calf. This top Reality heifer is bred similar to the bull of Rocking S Ranch that set the test record for best RFI, (Feed Conversion), and was the #1 Feedlot Profit Index sire. Heifer ranks in top 15% WW and 25% YW for EPDs. Trifecta calves are extremely eye-appealing and very correct with excellent growth and performance.

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans


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29

HEH MS RANGER WIND 17 08/16/2008 F1122676

POLLED

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THREE TREES WIND 0383 ET M637722 THREE TREES NANCY 8121ET 4-L UNLIMITED YL06 PLD HEH MS RANGER 17 F1060695 VCR MISS MAC IV 443 PLD

SCHURRTOP 5627 LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P SKYMONT EASE 2078 WCR MISS MAC IV 5138 ET BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003 4L MISS MAC P505 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 VCR MISS MAR 679

BW: 78 lbs ADJ.WW: 617 lbs EPDs: 8.3 -1.4 22 40 6 3.7 17 0.9

Lot 28A: Bull calf born 12/17/13, sired by CJC Mr President T122. H Will sell with embryo implanted 4/9/14 with mating of JDJ Resource Z365P x RE Ms Cigar 34. That will be an extraordinary mating that will have loads of potential. Rick will give the buyer of bull calf $1750 at weaning delivered to ranch in Brownwood if calf weighs a minimum of 600 lbs at 205 days, or $2000 if the calf weighs over 700 lbs at 205 days! This good milking young cow shouldn’t have any trouble meeting these requirements.

JP BONANZA MIA 1109 02/07/2012 EF1165279

J-TMB BLIZZARD 447D JB THOMAS MR REFLECTOR 7687 RRS REBA’S REFLECTION RF LEDDY 20X M682803 HOODOO 1011 MISS HOODOO Z6020 HOODOO ZK063 INTIMIDATOR SCHURRTOP BONANZA PLD SCHURRTOP-DC SCHURRTOP 5002 THOMAS MS BONANZA 8698 F819402 THOMAS MS IMMORTAL 7300 IMMORTAL MISS DG COURAGE 038 EPDs: 0.2 0.8 12 28 10 1.6 17

H Sells bred, safe in calf to Cooley Royce 1107T39 on A-I date of 6/25/13. An exciting maternal sib to the great THOMASSWISSERSWEET1764ET, “Zsa Zsa”, dam of TR Mr Fire Water 5792R ET. Notice the great HooDoo genetics for an added bonus. A very feminine, long bodied, young heifer with good size. This exclusive offering doesn’t come often and here is a chance to add something special to your herd.

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans

CORKS RCR DEBBY 314

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02/10/2003 F1036480

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N WCR FA MAC 2244 RAC MAC’S FACTOR 171A MISS SIR LB PERFORMER 113W RCR DEBBY P 9356R F837889 POPPER 172 RCR COUNTESS 363 POLLED RCR DIGBY’S R34 EPDs: -3.9 2.8 21 29 10 5.0 21 0.4

Lot 30

Lot 30A: Pld Heifer calf #A28, born 4/27/13, bw 85, by CJC Illusion N111. 314 bred A-I to JDJ Resource Z365 P on 8/21/13, safe in calf. H A splendid milking cow with complete skeletal correctness and style. This easy-fleshing, good doing cow has the capacity and natural volume to exhibit broodiness in excess. Her N111 heifer calf will offer a superb addition to any herd. This has been a tremendous donor cow and offers the buyer a top proven cow to work with. She flushes extremely well with a good embryo average.

Consignor: Rick & Cindy Evans and Gary & Christel Biggs

BC MS 248 BELLA DUKE Y29 ET

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09/05/2011 EF1149767

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD WCR MISS MAC IV 534 M6 MS DUKE 009 PLD F937344 M6 MORTGAGE MAKER 590PET MOORES MS MAKER 7410 P CR MS PERFECTION 4102PET BW: 93 lbs ADJ.WW: 722 lbs EPDs: 1.2 2.4 37 57 -1 4.1 17 0.8

Lot 31

H Sells bred A-I on 11/30/13 to the $100,000.00+ M6 Bells & Whistles 258 P, Safe in calf. A full sib to the great legend cow, ThomasSwisserSweet 1764ET, “Zsa Zsa”! What can you do with this pedigree? What about the great mating to Bells & Whistles; what will this calf be worth? A very good size cow, extremely long-bodied, very straight topped, plenty of volume, and good milking ability. This outstanding female could highlight any herd in the breed. You will definitely hear more about her production Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs

BC E46 MARK A26 PET

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04/16/2013 EF1173870

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N ABC ALI HERCULES LHD ALI MARK T214 LHD MS DAR 6196-N251 BC MS PERFECT MARK P ET F1009719

P-3 LADY PERFECT 7-1G

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z

BW: 84 lbs ADJ.WW: 712 lbs EPDs: -1.4 2.5 26 44 10 4.7 23 0.8

Lot 32

H Sells Open, a moderate frame heifer with tons of volume, thickness, and that easy-fleshing look of a very broody production machine. Her dam is a very remarkable donor cow that consistently produces large number of embryos. She is out of the $25,000 Lady Perfect 7-1G, the Canadian Farm Fair Champion. This heifer is a solid pedigree of “Who’s Who” in the breed! This is a very functional heifer!

Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs


BC MS N111 CIGAR A33 PLD 05/12/2013 F1173890

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POLLED

MR PERFECT Y416 LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET LHD LHD MS ALI MARK A149 CJC ILLUSION N111 M677005 PRODUCTIVE G1308 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 LHD CJC MS PERFECTION D930 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 JDJ MS CIGAR S288 F1053025 ABC ULMAC JDJ MS MAC J381 LHD MS PERFECT ALI F34 BW: 83 lbs ADJ.WW: 691 lbs EPDs: 0.1 2.1 26 42 7 2.0 20 0.9

H Sells Open, a typical Illusion daughter, very stylish, complete, smooth, and great disposition. A paternal sib to BHD Reality T3136. Her dam is one of the most impressive Cigar daughters you will find and a major contributor to the Biggs’ ET program. A daughter was a top selling lot in the 2011 C.A.T. Cowtown Cattle Drive Sale. Notice the Cobb influence in the J381 cow of Rick Evans. Several breeders are going back and using Illusion more, they work!

Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs

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Lot 33

BC MS 914 CIGAR A25 PET 04/15/2013 EF1173868 WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD M297007 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 LHD CIGAR E46 JDJ MS CIGAR S288 F1053025 JDJ MS MAC J381

POLLED

BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS TRADITION 8335 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 MISS DOC 509 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 ABC ULMAC LHD MS PERFECT ALI F34

BW: 79 lbs ADJ.WW: 711 lbs EPDs: 3.5 1.0 32 53 14 1.9 30 1.0

H Sells Open, a maternal sib to lot 33 out of the powerful donor cow, S288, a Cigar cow purchased by Gary in the DeBruycker’s Taste of Best Sale. This is a full sister to a top selling lot in Ft Worth Sale in 2011. Light birth wt blended with the good EPDs of the Duke 914 cows. This heifer has a little more power than a lot of 914’s, she is very deep bodied, plenty spring of rib, long, and excellent bone. She could become a major powerhouse of a female in the breed with her credentials.

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Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs

JDJ MS CIGAR S288

BC MS REALITY Z17 PET 04/06/2012 EF1155659

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MS CIGAR N385 F1011791 CJC MS SILVERBOE D1253

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB CJC MS PLOY SUPREME X507

BW: 86 lbs ADJ.WW: 630 lbs EPDs: -1.9 3.2 34 55 9 3.1 26 0.9

H Sells bred to Three Trees Wind 0383 on 7/3/13 and due 4/9/14. This is a full ET Sib to the heifer that was selected as Best Consignment in the 2012 President & Reality Sale and sold to Little W Farms, TN. Her dam is an AICA Sterling Dam of Distinction and is a former DeBruycker “Pick of the Herd”. She also produced the 2nd high selling bull in a DeBruycker Bull sale and her daughter sold a top Trademark son to Canada the same year.

Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs

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BC MS REALITY Y31 Full Sib to Lot 35

RE MS REAL DYNASTY 815 ET 02/14/2010 EF1135820

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD DYNASTY C584 JDJ MS DYNASTY L428 F924892 LHD MS FRANZ E147

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 EATONS DYNASTY 1093 LHD CUJO LASS W16 FRC FRANZ C166 LHD MS COMMANDER B745

BW: 82 lbs ADJ.WW: 689 lbs EPDs: 3.0 0.4 28 53 4 7.0 18 0.9

Lot 36A: Very stylish Polled Heifer #A37, born 10/19/13, bw 80, sired by CJC Mr President T122. Bred A-I on 12/23/13 to JDJ Equity Z370 P, Safe in calf. H A true dynasty of genetics offered in this ET daughter and her calf. Her dam is the exemplary donor cow, L428, of Rick Evans, and now co-owned with Biggs and Hyde. This young cow is a big, smooth, balanced female with a superb udder and milks well as you will see with the top calf at side.

Consignor: Gary & Christel Biggs

JDJ MS DYNASTY L428


FINK MISS DUKE 8852 10224 GM 07/25/2008 EF1102217

WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET M633377 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 WCR SIR DUKE 761 C5 MS DUKE 10224 PLD ET F1036178 LHD MS CIGAR J160

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EPDs:

Lot 37

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HEH-BC YL06 1208 11/30/2011 F1180305

POLLED

MIGHTY MAC POLLED 828 BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003FZ MISS CAMELOT 4-L UNLIMITED YL06 PLD M301490 HAW BEUSEFUS 381 4L MISS MAC P505 WCR MISS CENTURY MAC8123 WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET VCR MISS MAC IV 317 FINK MISS DUKE 8852 10224 GM EF1102217 SIR DUKE 761 C5 MS DUKE 10224 PLD ET WCR LHD MS CIGAR J160 BW: 82 lbs EPDs: -2.4 2.2 24 39 9 -3.2 21 1.3

H Sells bred to BHD Ontology Y371, M813468, and due to calve late August/first of September. Ontology is a BHD Reality son out of BHD Ms Grid N1749, the dam of current AICA Trait Leader, BHD Cobalt S553. He has a BW EPD of 0.5 and a 61 YW EPD. He rated a 105% WW index and 103% YW index. This first calf heifer is a beautiful YL06 brood cow prospect! Her dam, lot 37 enforces her credentials for success.

Consignor: Heath & Kristi Hyde and Gary & Christel Biggs

POLLED

WCR SIR TRADITION 4402 IDEAL 809 45 OF 25 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 VCR MISS DUCHESS 113 PLD BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS TRADITION 8335 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD FERNANDO MAC C1205

ADJ.WW: 724 lbs 1.9 1.1 27 55 13 1.8 26 0.8

Lot 37A: Superb Polled heifer born 10/2/13, bw 77, sired by BHD Reality T3136. Sells bred A-I on 2/19/14 to JDJ Resource Z365 P. H A great donor cow from the elite herd of Galen Fink Family. Traces to the great donor cow LHD Ms Cigar J160 used at Stallings, M6, C5, and Fink. The proof of a cow’s production ability is what she has at side—this heifer calf is outstanding. 8852 is a big, deep, soggy cow with tons of Milk. She should be a great cross with the new Resource Z365 Bull. His calves are a great advancement to the breed.

Consignor: Heath & Kristi Hyde and Gary & Christel Biggs

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PREGNANT RECIPIENTS BY:

LHD CIGAR E46 X BHD MS SILVERLITE P232 (*) DUE 11/1/14. WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N LHD PRODUCTIVE G1308 ET MD LITE K1601 FRANZ MS F079 BHD MS SILVERLITE P232 (*) F1009931 MD MR SILVERBOE D1339 BHD MS BOE J505 LHD FERNANDO MARK D1225 Est. EPDs: -2.1

3

30

51

11

4.4

26

0.6

H Recipient is a 2nd Calf Brangus cow DUE 11/1/14. P232 is the 2013 Sale of Excellence “Pick of DeBruycker herd” and what a pick she is. An AICA Sterling Dam of Distinction, she has produced several major herdsires while at DeBruyckers. A Cigar son was a top selling lot going to Robert’s Inn Farm, MD. A big, soggy, broody cow with excellent udder quality with plenty of milk. This mating could result in awesome! LOT 39B: Selling 1-Pair of Embryos by LHD Cigar E46 x BHD Ms Silverlite P232 (*)

Consignor: Heath & Kristi Hyde and Morley Charolais

PREGNANT RECIPIENTS BY:

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CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 X BHD MS SILVERLITE P232 (*) DUE 11/29/14. LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 MD LITE K1601 BHD MS SILVERLITE P232 (*)

S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 LHD PRODUCTIVE G1308 ET FRANZ MS F079

F1009931

BHD MS BOE J505

MD MR SILVERBOE D1339 LHD FERNANDO MARK D1225

Est. EPDs: -4.0 3.7 33 52 8 0.2 24 0.4

BHD MS SILVERLITE P232 (*)

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HC MS CIGARILLO 1139 ET 12/15/2011 EF1152987

POLLED

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD WCR MISS MAC IV 534 CF MS DUKE 913 PLD ET EF1057411 LHD ALI MARK T214 JWK PRINCESSE E249 ET HBR LADY PERFORMER 934 P

EPDs:

ADJ.WW: 815 lbs R: 100 3.0 1.7 29 44 12 5.9 27 0.9

Lot 41A: Pld heifer born 11/24/13 sired by Keys All State X149. Sells bred A-I on 2/2/14 to JDJ Equity Z370. H A very nice Cigar heifer with her first calf by the very popular All State bull. A top 3-N-One in this offering of quality genetics. Dam is out of Crew Farms’ very prolific donor cow, E249, that has topped several sales. Notice the 815 lbs weaning wt on this super young female.

Consignor: Happy 11 Charolais

H Recipient is a 2nd Calf Brangus cow, DUE 11/29/14. H This mating creates a full sib to the High selling Fall bull in the 2013 DeBruycker Bull Sale, that sold for $8,000 to Morley and Hyde. This would also be a full sib to the bull Larry Price purchased at the 2010 DeBruycker bull sale by President and P232! This is a powerful female mated to some of the best bulls in the industry!!! LOT 40B: Selling 1-Pair of Embryos by CJC Mr President T122 x BHD Ms Silverlite P232 (*)

Consignor: Heath & Kristi Hyde and Morley Charolais

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HC MS MINDY REP 1127 02/09/2011 F1136115

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 SR/NC FIELD REP 2158 P ET M665948 SR LADY EASE 914 ET THREE TREES WIND 0383 ET D&D MS MINDY F1041695 BC MISS MINDY 5199

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD CCF LADY GERMAINE 718PET LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD THREE TREES NANCY 8121ET BVF YEAGER 0487 BARTLETT SAT 7124

BW: 76 lbs ADJ.WW: 755 lbs EPDs: 4.1 0.7 28 51 11 4.9 25 0.7

H Sells bred A-I to WC Benelli 2134 P ET, EM819733, a DA Passport son out of the great donor cow, JWK Clarice J139. This popular selling bull in the 2013 Wright Bull sale is jointly owned with Southern Cattle and the Benelli group. A top first calf heifer with a superb pedigree loaded with some of the breed’s best. This could be one of the exciting lots available for quality conscious cattle breeders.

Consignor: Happy 11 Charolais


DS MS CURLIN TRADE 1001 12/15/2010 F1130089

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POLLED

SSR MR SPUR 3328 JDJ CURLIN S3012 P M752502 JDJ MS CIGAR K1509 CJC TRADEMARK H45 BHD MS TRADEMARK M35 F965102 BHD MS MARKSMAN K266

CJC RIFLEMAN K1670 BHD MS SPUR J106 LHD CIGAR E46 JDJ MS PLOY G980 LHD ALI MARK T214 CJC MS PERFECT F57 JDJ MARKSMAN LHD MS MARKIE A989

EPDs: 5.5 1.7 32 46 7 1.5 23 1.4

H Sells with embryo implanted on 1/4/14 of WCR Sir Duke 761 x BARA Ms Smokester 53R, F1040635. Est. EPDs: -2.8 1.9 29 47 12 -2.5 27 1 H This is a super young female in her own merits, but can raise a great calf, so perfect to raise a great ET calf. Her dam M35 was one of Doug Shockey’s best Trademark daughters. The Smokester cow has been one of Happy 11’s best and most profitable cows in the herd. Mark this lot down as special.

Consignor: Happy 11 Charolais

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DRC MS REALITY Z26 PLD 08/27/2012 F1168704

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD RE DUCHESS 995 ET EF1135107 RE MS DUKE 34 ET

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645

FF MS ALI BUD 2104 PLD ET Dam of BARA Ms Smokester 53R

45

$ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 LHD CIGAR E46 CR MISS DUKE 172

BW: 85 lbs EPDs: 2.8 2.2 38 63 7 3.8 26 0.8

H Sells bred A-I on 12/14/13 to Three Trees Wind 0383, Safe in calf. H Big, stout heifer with excellent length, size, and correctness. Bruce Roy’s herd sire is full sib to the dam of Z26, both out of the remarkable donor, Ms Duke 34, one of the greatest daughters of CR Miss Duke 172. Ranks in top 6% WW and 10% YW EPDs for breed.

03/13/2011 EF1140709

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC ILLUSION N111 CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS SILVERBOE J576 MD MS PERFECT D111 WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 MS MAY CLASSIC BELL158ET F974704 MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N BW: 75 lbs ADJ.WW: 607 lbs EPDs: -0.2 2.0 29 48 2 5.6 17 0.8

Lot 45A: Pld Bull calf # 302A, born 9/5/13, bw 68, sired by Cooley Royce 1107T39. H Safe in calf to A-I Breeding to the $100,000+ M6 Bells & Whistles 258 P, sire on 12/11/13. Dam is the Evans’ donor cow 158, a full sib to LHD Cigar E46. This first calf heifer did an excellent job as you will see on the calf she raised. Her Bells and Whistle calf could be the one to set new standards of excellence.

Consignor: Deen Ranch

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CF MS REALITY 1200 PLD ET

Consignor: 3A Charolais

DEP PAMELA GUN DE10 03/06/2013 F1173438

POLLED

LHD CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET JD MS COMMANDER B309 RF-DEP SMOKIN GUN 972 EM791163 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD ACE MS NANCY 1445 PET ACE MS NANCY 9145 PLD ET RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED TLC INTEGRITY 5087P ET RACMISSEXPEDITER6024FPLD CREEK CUT PAMELA 671P F1092529 BIG CREEK HELL’S ANGEL P CREEK CUT PAM 583P ET JWK PAMELA E167 ET

BW: 95 lbs ADJ.WW: 812 lbs R: 101 EPDs: -4.6 3.8 33 56 11 0.6 27

H Sells Open, a Fancy heifer who puts it all together. Growthy, extra stout, three dimensional, and could compete in the showring. More importantly, she represents a fertile, heavy milking cow family, JWK Pamela. This heifer needs to be in a donor program. Full sister to one of the high selling heifers in last years sale. It’s hard to part with her but someone will get a super donor female here. Smoking Gun is really clicking with this cow family!

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Consignor: Dove Estate Partners, LLC.

Lot 46

DEP THROTTLE GUN DE11 03/19/2013 F1173439

POLLED

CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 RF-DEP SMOKIN GUN 972 EM791163 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD ACE MS NANCY 1445 PET ACE MS NANCY 9145 PLD ET VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD M6 FULL THROTTLE 2138 PET M6 MS MARK 9485 DS MISS TRADE THROTTLE 829 F1111985

TRADEMARK H45 LHD MS TRADEMARK L1631 CJC LHD MS COMMANDER B482 BW: 80 lbs ADJ.WW: 795 lbs EPDs: 3.1 0.8 25 43 13 3.8 26

H Full sister to last year’s high selling heifer that went to M6 Ranch. Her dam, a Full Throttle daughter, breed easily, calves easily, and has a beautiful udder. She’ll be a moderate framed cow that has the potential to be a great donor. Lot’s of style and balance in this heifer! Another top heifer that should command a lot of attention.

Consignor: Dove Estate Partners, LLC.

Lot 47


DEP MISS PRESIDENT GUN DE13 03/20/2013 F1173440

POLLED

CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 RF-DEP SMOKIN GUN 972 EM791163 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD ACE MS NANCY 1445 PET ACE MS NANCY 9145 PLD ET LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 DEP MISS PRESIDENT REP DEP2 F1141090 SR/NC FIELD REP 2158 P ET DCF LADY REP 917 P DCF MS BLANCO 3006 P

48

BW: 75 lbs ADJ.WW: 866 lbs R: 108 EPDs: -1.5 1.9 36 58 11 1.4 29

Lot 48

H Here’s a long and fancy daughter of Smokin Gun x President/Field Rep. Her dam a first calf heifer had a beautiful udder and this heifer should do the same. Highly maternal and has the looks to make a beautiful cow. If you’re looking for a female to add growth and maternal she puts it all together in one package.

Consignor: Dove Estate Partners, LLC.

DEP MISS PRESIDENT GUN DE15

49

04/02/2013 F1173442

POLLED

CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 RF-DEP SMOKIN GUN 972 EM791163 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD ACE MS NANCY 1445 PET ACE MS NANCY 9145 PLD ET LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 DEP MISS PRESIDENT DEP1 F1141089 BM FIRST CLASS S6148 SC MISS CLASS 850 P M6 MS 104 DUKE 532 P ET

BW: 80 lbs ADJ.WW: 837 lbs R: 104 EPDs: -2.2 2.4 35 56 10 -0.2 28

Lot 49

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H This may be one of the thickest, stoutest open heifers offered for sale this year. Her dam, a first calf heifer, and a daughter of President, had a picture perfect udder and it showed in this heifer’s weaning weight. This heifer is all power! Don’t let her moderate frame fool you, she mashes the scales down. Some of the breed’s great genetics: Smokester, Wyoming Wind, President, Gridmaker, and Duke 194. Our youngest heifer in the sale, she’ll just be 13 months at sale time and definitely a donor prospect!

Consignor: Dove Estate Partners, LLC.

DEP MISS ILLUSION GUN DE14 03/26/2013 F1173441

POLLED

CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 RF-DEP SMOKIN GUN 972 EM791163 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD ACE MS NANCY 1445 PET ACE MS NANCY 9145 PLD ET MR RULER D310 MD SENTINAL RULER G1520 LHD DEP MS SENTINAL ILLUSION DEP4 MD MS SENTINELJON B389 F1160121 CJC ILLUSION N111 BC MS ILLUSION 908 PLD JDJ MS CIGAR S288 BW: 80 lbs ADJ.WW: 710 lbs EPDs: -3.7 1.4 21 36 13 -1.9 24

Lot 50

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H Here’s another straight topped heifer that is really good hipped. She is out of a G1520 daughter with Illusion x Cigar on dam side. She’s one of the younger heifers we are bringing and has all the looks to be a great one. Smokin Gun is clicking with these DeBruycker genetics and producing some of our best females that have all the credentials to make super cows.

Consignor: Dove Estate Partners, LLC.

DCF RELENTLESS LADY 386A 10/22/2013 F1178899

POLLED

WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD EJS PERFECT WIND 3010 ET LT DS PERFECT BELL 851ETPLD DCF RELENTLESS 8577 P M756210 BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED SR EASE E GERMAINE 577ET RC SR EASE E GERMAINE 065ET MOORES DUKE 6111 P HDR HI DOLLAR L43 PLD HDR MS HIGH DOLLAR 903ET DCF MS IMPRESSIVE 577P F1024792 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD DCF MS DUKE 3007 P DCF WHITE SKY 631F BW: 72 lbs EPDs: 8.6 -0.3 41 69 8 5.2 29 1.1

Lot 51

H Sells Open, an outstanding show prospect from the breeders that know show cattle! This fancy heifer also has breed leading EPDs, ranking in top 3% WW, 5% YW, 10% TM. She has an actual birth weight of only 72 lbs. Halter-broke, ready to campaign, with a winning tradition behind her. This fall born heifer offers a great deal as future brood cow prospect as well. Solid pedigree and proven genetics.

Consignor: Dennis Charolais Farms


LC MS SUSPECT 8030 P 03/04/2008 F1085165

52

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5627 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLDSCHURRTOP LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P LC SUSPECT 0109 P ET M611748 TAC MR COOL 202 P/S ET LC MISS LACI CAE 104 TJF COLOGNE 473 BALDRIDGE FASTTRACK 82F RAC CHERRYCOUNTY8500PDET RAC BERNADETTE6265FETPLD LC MS COUNTY 1103 P F942455

JWK MARY H120 ET

WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 CF MARY 146 P

BW: 72 lbs ADJ.WW: 691 lbs R: 103 EPDs: 7.0 -0.2 25 43 -4 5.5 9 -0.2

Lot 52A: Polled Heifer, A57, born 3/2/14, bw 83, sired by LT Reward 2348, a Ledger 0332 x LT Rio Bravo 3181 daughter, and new addition herd sire from Lindskov-Thiel in 2013 bull sale. H A daughter of a former donor cow that did a tremendous job, 1103, now working in the Sparkman ET program. This should be a great addition to anyone’s program with a good brood cow in the prime of her production years!

LC MS COUNTY 1103 P

Consignor: Bracewell Cattle Co., LLC.

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LC MS TRADEMARK 7166 P ET 11/05/2007 EF1082387

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LHD ALI MARK T214 CJC TRADEMARK H45 M488766 CJC MS PERFECT F57 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD LC MISS MAGNOLIA 8082PLD F834768

WCR MISS T 9410 ET

ABC ALI HERCULES LHD MS DAR 6196-N251 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS FERNANDO D595 SCHURRTOP 5627 LT CHAP’S LADY 2170P WCR SIR T 8007 WCR MISS MAC IV 8501

BW: 78 lbs ADJ.WW: 634 lbs EPDs: 5.4 2.1 29 52 10 4.8 24 0.8

Lot 53A: Polled heifer calf born 9/11/13, bw 83, sired by CJC Mr President T122, one of the all time great sons of Cigar! Sells A-I bred back on 12/13/13 to LT Reward 2348, our newest herd sire added to the TML program. H Retaining 1-successful Flush, as this is one of our very best cows! She has proven herself time after time, such as a high selling Gunner bull calf that sold in a past Cowtown Sale to P5 Charolais. This powerful donor cow is being sold reluctantly as her value is keen to our program, but realize it takes a good one to command top price as well.

Lot 53

Consignor: TML Charolais

54

ITC NAOMI 010D

01/13/2010 F1116856

POLLED

LHD CIGAR E46 BARA MS CIGAR 54R ET EM720941 NF AGATHA 9581 POLLED VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD CF LADY DUKE 793 PLD F1005270 HALES IMPRESSIVE 621 ET

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 NF BONDO 9221 POLLED NF AVIGNEX 9215 POLLED WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET WCR MISS MAC 782

BW: 80 lbs ADJ.WW: 610 lbs EPDs: 4.3 0.8 27 48 12 4.6 26

H Bred A-I on 12/7/13 to LT Ledger 0332, safe in calf to one of the most popular bulls in the industry today! This commanding daughter of 54R has been a top producer, one of her sons is working in the Happy 11 herd. 54R is one of Agatha’s most prolific and productive sons in the breed! His daughters, like 010D, has beautiful udder quality and raises big, stout, fast growing calves. This is a great pedigree!

Consignor: Idle Time Charolais

55

ITC BAJENTA 083D P 08/12/2013 F1179633

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LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 BARA MS CIGAR 54R ET EM720941 NF BONDO 9221 POLLED NF AGATHA 9581 POLLED NF AVIGNEX 9215 POLLED SIR DUKE 914 PLD M6 FULL THROTTLE 2138 PETVCR M6 MS MARK 9485 GC MS FRANZ EF1058301 RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED FRANZ MS LAURA E124 FRC MISS FRANZ C019 TWIN BW: 70 lbs ADJ.WW: 629 lbs EPDs: 2.4 0.5 32 58 14 3.6 30

H Sells Open, this is an abundantly made heifer, loaded with volume, capacity, and very structurally correct. She has the fancy look when you blend Cigar bloodlines with Full Throttle genetics. Jack Gambill has a full sister to this top female in his herd. Very good EPDs, light birth weight, and marvelous conformation and growth.

Consignor: Idle Time Charolais

Lot 54

56

TP LADY BYRON S609 ET 09/15/2006 EF1057811

POLLED

WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD M297007 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 RC MONTANA 644 POLLED TP ANNIE H818 F837728 TP ROSE C415

BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS TRADITION 8335 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 MISS DOC 509 HTA WHITEHOT 105A RC MS BUDSMYDAD458POLLED HCR HORIZON 8055 POLLED SCC MS REAL COURAGE 116

EPDs: 1.9 2.1 33 56 18 1.9 35 1.0

Lot 56A: Bull calf born 11/14/13, bw 92 lbs., sired by JDJ First Draft T448 P, who has done an outstanding job! H Flushed to BHD Reality T3136 on 2/22/14 and will be bred to CJC Mr President T122. This powerful Duke 914 cow has done an outstanding job for us. Her EPDs rank in the top 15% WW, 20% YW, 4% Milk, and 3% TM of the breed. The Courage 116 cow is one of the best foundation cows with which we started our herd. Her grand dam was an AICA Sterling Dam of Distinction. Solid as they come!

Consignor: Taconey Plantation


BC MS 914 MARK X25 PET 08/28/2010 EF1131716

WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD M297007 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 LHD ALI MARK T214 BC MS PERFECT MARK P ET F1009719 P-3 LADY PERFECT 7-1G

57

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BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS TRADITION 8335 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 MISS DOC 509 ABC ALI HERCULES LHD MS DAR 6196-N251 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z

BW: 85 lbs ADJ.WW: 661 lbs EPDs: 5.2 0.9 31 53 14 2.8 30 1.0

JDJ FIRST DRAFT T448

Lot 57A: Heifer calf born 11/7/13, bw 80 lbs, sired by JDJ First Draft T448 P, who traces back to line-bred Cigar progeny and B309, “Miss American Beef”. H Bred A-I on 2/7/14 to CJC Mr President T122 and PE to BC Revelation Son Z12 ET to sale day. X25’s dam is the powerful donor cow, Perfect Mark, bred by Biggs and now working for Arlitt and Evans. You will notice several of her progeny in the sale, and they are almost always at the very top in selling. A full sister commanded $7,000 in a previous sale.

Consignor: Taconey Plantation

RS MS CAP REALITY 3912

58

02/11/2012 F1153624

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 RCR CAPTAIN S 340 RCR CAPTAINS LADY U459 F1096261 RCR MS BESS S300

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 RCR MAJOR P120 VCR MISS GOSSIP 762 MCF ABC F10 PP ET RCR MS EDWARD P130

BW: 83 lbs EPDs: -4.7 3.2 37 61 0 1.6 19 0.7

H Bred A-I on 2/6/14 to JDJ Equity Z370 P, the high selling bull in the 2013 DeBruycker Bull sale at $32,000 for half interest. This is the same blend that created the Captain Reality that set the RFI record for best feed conversion bull on Test and the #1 Net Profit bull on Feedlot Index. She rates in the top 8% WW, and top 15% YW for breed EPDs. Just an 83 lbs actual birth weight.

Lot 58

59

Consignor: Rocking S Ranch, LLC.

RS MS 55 REALITY 2112 09/13/2012 F1160141

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 JN COMMODORE JN MUFFIN 55 F1040597 JN REBA 456

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 JN LUSTY 466 JN DUCHESS 487 4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED TINA B 376

BW: 75 lbs EPDs: 4.5 -0.4 21 37 2 5.0 13 N/A

Lot 59

60

H Sells bred A-I on 2/6/14 to JDJ Equity Z370 P, a son of the current AICA Trait Leader, BHD Cobalt S553. This superb heifer comes from a great milking cow family that continues to raise the better calves every year. Her dam is now working in the Knight Land & Cattle Co., TX. You get tremendous growth and performance from the Reality influence and Equity is adding extra eye-appeal, thickness, and bone.

Consignor: Rocking S Ranch, LLC.

RS MS 99 REALITY 1212 P 09/13/2012 F1160140

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 RE PERFECT BUD 88 P ET RE PERFECT CIGAR 99 F1011762 HF MS CIGAR LB94 PLD

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 RC BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED LHD MS PERFECT D18 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS SMOOTHDEAL B942

BW: 75 lbs EPDs: 0.8 2.0 32 51 5 4.1 21 N/A

Lot 60

H Bred A-I on 2/6/14 to JDJ Equity Z370 P, a Cobalt son out of a Phoenix dam. The top selling bull in the 2013 DeBruycker Bull sale at one-half interest and no possession at $32,000.00 1212’s dam is a particular good female with excellent udder quality, proven performance, with daughters in KY and TX. You will like the extra length, style and power that 1212 exhibits and know you are purchasing quality!

Consignor: Rocking S Ranch, LLC.


RS MS 5114 MYSTERY 1812 10/17/2012 F1160145

61

CJC ILLUSION N111 RE MYSTERY 829 ET EM796477 RE MS DUKE 34 ET M6 FUNCTION 169 PET M6 MS FUNCTION 5114 F1030560 M6 MS DUKE 025 PLD

POLLED

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 LHD CIGAR E46 CR MISS DUKE 172 LHD CIGAR E46 VCR MISS MAC IV 317 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD MOORES MARK 824 PLD

BW: 90 lbs EPDs: 2.6 1.9 26 46 9 3.8 22

H Bred A-I on 2/6/14 to JDJ Equity Z370 P. A magnificent daughter of our senior herd sire, RE Mystery 829 ET, an Illusion son out of the great Ms Duke 34 cow of Rick Evans. Mystery is adding tremendous thickness, great dispositions, and an exuberant style of classic brood cow eye-appeal that lets you know you are getting the best product. The mating with Equity should be one of the “hot” developing offspring of the future! We heartily recommend this top heifer prospect!

Consignor: Rocking S Ranch, LLC.

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Lot 61

CHOICE OF ALL FALL 2013 HI DEFINITION HEIFERS

WCR SIR PERFECTION 734 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159 LHD CIGAR E46 M434790 LHD MR BELLMARK R113 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 OCR CLASSIC QUEEN 46N HF HI DEFINITION U08 ET MR FEIST 3-33P SMOOTH DEAL RC 9144 MISS ENTICER RC 633 LHD MS SMOOTHDEAL E534 F756440 BC FERNANDO ALGER 634 LHD MS ALGER Y738 MISS LONG ROPE 051L EPDs: -6.6 4.4 25 38 8 1.8 21 0.6

H An unbelievable opportunity to select your choice of all 2013 Fall daughters from Hudspeth’s herd in the great Hi Definition U08 sire. His daughters electrified the crowd in the 2012 Gathering sale. They commanded the most attention of anything in the sale. His daughters have the extra dimensions of volume, extra spring of rib, massive thickness, and yet retain their feminine characteristics for fertile, functional, and productive females. Choice must be made by 7/4/14 and there is 8-10 head to select from. A list will be available sale day.

HF HI DEFINITION U08ET

Consignor: Hudspeth Farms

63

PUREBRED PREGNANT RECIPIENT: CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 X DW MISS DONNA 212 ET LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD DW MISS DONNA 212 ET F975640 JWK CHLOE E255 ET

DUE 10/22/14.

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET WCR MISS EASE 4314 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 CF MARY 146 P

Est. EPDs: 0.4 1.4 26 39 3 3.4 15 0.6

H Implanted on 1/22/14, Safe in calf. This will be an outstanding fall 2014 calf. Donna 212 is a picture perfect cow and one of those great Prime Cut daughters that has been outstanding. A superb udder quality and near perfect conformation of a great brood cow, this is one of Achee’s best cows in the herd. Wonderful pedigree of proven Morven genetics, (Chloe), enables this powerful female to produce some of the best. Curt is has been so impressed with his President daughters in production he had to use him 63R: Recip 504, F1040638, born 9/14/05, sells with bull calf, #310, born 8/24/13 by BJR Boundless Ease.

DW MISS DONNA 212 ET

Consignor: Achee Charolais, LLC.

64

CF MS REALITY 1273 PLD 05/21/2012 F1160654

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD CIGAR E46 CF MS CIGAR 903 PLD ET EF1057407 JWK PRINCESSE E249 ET P

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613

65

LHD ALI MARK T214 HBR LADY PERFORMER 934

BW: 75 lbs ADJ.WW: 649 lbs EPDs: 2.8 1.4 30 47 5 5.8 20 0.8

H Sells bred A-I on 12/26/13 to JDJ Resource Z365 P, one of the top bulls that sold in the 2013 DeBruycker bull sale. Resource now has calves on the ground and they are impressive! Excellent boned calves, abundant thickenss, and show plenty of grow power! Dam represents some of our very best ET program, Cigar mated to the great Lady Performer 934 daughter that we own.

CF MS REALITY 1270 PLD TW 04/14/2012 F1160653

POLLED

CJC ILLUSION N111 BHD REALITY T3136 P M762026 MD MS SILVERBOE J576 LHD CIGAR E46 CF MS CIGAR 938 PLD ET EF1066758 JWK PRINCESSE E249 ET P

LHD PERFECT ALI G1312 ET CJC MS PRODUCTIVE K1645 $ SILVERBOE SON 627YB MD MS PERFECT D111 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 LHD ALI MARK T214 HBR LADY PERFORMER 934

BW: 70 lbs EPDs: -1.6 3.9 31 49 4 4.2 20 0.8

H Bred A-I on 1/17/14 to JDJ Resource Z365 P, safe in calf. 1270 is a out of a full ET sib to the dam of lot 64, making her a full sib in blood to lot 64! A great opportunity to add uniform genetics to your herd. There are 56 progeny of E249 registered with AICA, so you know you are getting some very proven genetics when that many offspring have been created. With the extra power generated by using Reality, you know you will get progeny that will grow and perform.

Consignor: Crews Farm


66

CJC MS TRUMP Z280 P 02/29/2012 F1151954

POLLED

CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 CJC CEO X620 P M799207 CJC MS MONTANA N1012 LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MS CIGAR U124 F1100656 CJC MS GRID N1746

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 RC MONTANA 934ET CJC MS SILVERBOE G472 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET CJC MS SUPREME G603

BW: 90 lbs EPDs: -4.0 3.3 30 51 11 1.7 26 0.9

H Sells bred to LT Ledger 0332 and due 4/9/14, before the sale so you can analyze the factory and the product it makes! Her dam was the $16,000 2012 “Pick of DeBruycker Herd” in the Sale of Excellence going to Double-H and Southern Cattle Co. The C.E.O. daughters are making outstanding broodcows with excellent udder quality and volume of milk. C.E.O.’s dam is an AICA Sterling Dam of Distinction as well as the maternal granddam, N1746. A solid packed genetic package of success.

CJC MS CIGAR U124 2012 Sale of Excellence Pick of DeBruycker Herd

Consignor: Double-H Charolais & Southern Cattle Co.

66b 3 Embryos by:

CJC Ms Cigar U124, the dam of Lot 66 and LT Long Distance 9001 H Long Distance is well known for his calving ease EPDs and he adds great length and correctness. U124 is a powerful Cigar donor that exemplifies her sire as one of the most dominating sires in the breed.

Est. EPDs: 3.5 0.5 26 41 15 0.6 29 0.4

Consignor: Double-H Charolais

67

PREGNANT RECIPIENT WITH THE MATING OF: WCR SIR DUKE 761 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD M297007 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 LHD CIGAR E46 WM MS AG CIGAR N15 P ET F996866 NF AGATHA 9581 POLLED

BR DUKE 261 WCR MISS TRADITION 8335 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 MISS DOC 509 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 NF BONDO 9221 POLLED NF AVIGNEX 9215 POLLED

Est. EPDs: 5 1.0 39 65 18 3.3 38 1.2

H Tremendous offering in this powerful donor cow that was the high selling lot in the Double O Dispersal sale. You will get fabulous EPDs in this mating with Duke 914, one of the all-time great sires in the breed. Duke 914 mated to Agatha created the WM Ali Star 250 bull that was the #1 Multiple Trait leader at one time. This mating could create the same great genetics adventure. 67R: Recip is # 46, F1150212, born 9/18/11, a high performance HC Rhinestone daughter

Consignor: Double-H Charolais

67b 3 Embryos by:

WM MS AG CIGAR N15 PET

LT Ledger 0332 X WM Ms Ag Cigar N15 P ET H Ledger is fast becoming one of the all time favorites in the breed. You can’t beat Agatha genetics for consistent growth and performance. These embryos will enhance any program!

Est. EPDs: 3.8 0.6 37 72 15 4.4 33 1.4

Consignor: Double-H Charolais LT LEDGER 0332

68

DOUBLE-H MISS ROYCE 305A 01/15/2013 F1174561

POLLED

EASE 8953 PLD SCHURRTOP HCR RANCHERSCHURRTOP SCHURRTOP ML 6056 1184 P COOLEY ROYCE 1107T39 M745957 SIR DUKE 17J ET P MS COOLEY S DUKE 1107N60 WCR MS CCR TRADIT 1107K7 PET SIR DUKE 914 PLD DOUBLE-H KAHLUA 240M ET VCR JWK MALIBU D126 ET 2H SCO SHANNON 601S F1050287

DOUBLE-H SHARON 439P

69

F&F HH RAMBLER 2111 ET JWK SHARON F212 ET

BW: 102 lbs EPDs: -1.7 2.9 33 71 20 -1.5 37 1.1

H Will be bred to LT Ledger 0332 for an early 2015 calf. Her maternal sister was one of the high selling lots in the first President & Reality Sale. Dam is a high performance Kahlua daughter that is an excellent milker and very fertile. Look at her EPD’s, she ranks in the top 15% WW, top 4% YW, 1% Milk and TM. She also ranks in the top 9% of breed for Marbling EPDs. A very fancy daughter of Cooley Royce!

VCR MISS INXS 1317 P 09/07/2013 F1173203

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D&D INXS CCC MAX INXS 912 PLD M773446 CCC MS MAX TRENDY S112 HC RHINESTONE 8355 VCR MISS RUBY 46 P F1150212 WCR MS TRADITION 9025 P

LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD D&D MISS COVERGIRL LC MR TRADITION 3128 PET CCC MS I M MAXIE P091 LT EASY PRO 1158 PLD HC ROMEO 6073 WCR SIR TRADITION5056ETP DC PRIME DUTCHESS

BW: 80 lbs EPDs: 2.6 0.0 29 49 11 1.7 26

H Sells Open, a potential show heifer prospect out of the lot 67 Recip. As as added bonus, she has an 80 birth weight for calving ease. INXS, an AICA National Champion is one of the only sires to have a full sib be named a National Champion sire as well. If you want eye-appeal and style, this lot offers it in volume.

Consignor: Double-H Charolais


ROR COW MAKER 232 09/12/2011 F1147570

70

POLLED

WCR SIR TRADITION 066 M6 GRID MAKER 104 PET VCR MISS MAC IV 317 M6 COWMAKER 650 ET M717483 BR DUKE 261 CR MISS DUKE 157 WCR MISS MAC 638 ET M6 FUNCTION 169 PET M6 MR COOL 6468 ET MISS LPF 630 MAC SC GAIN & GRADE 0002 F1117394 GAIN & GRADE 927 PLD ROR MS GAIN & GRADE 5237M6 ROR MISS WOO 728 P BW: 75 lbs EPDs: 4.3 1.1 19 31 11 3.7 20 0.2

Lot 70A: Pld Heifer calf born 2/25/14, bw 83, sired by LT Unlimited Ease 9108. This heifer calf will make a phenomenal brood cow. H The CR Miss Duke 157 was a sister-mate to the 172 donor cow and produced several herd bulls, including one for M6 Ranch. 157 joined the M6 and Southern Cattle Co’s ET program, and then on to join Edward Salter’s ET program. 232’s dam is sired by a full sib to M6 Cool Dude, the sire of the #1 Multiple Trait Leader, M6 Cool Rep 8108 ET.

JDJ RESOURCE Z365 P

Consignor: Little W Farms

71

NC RAE NELL 787 P 09/27/2007 F1080491

POLLED

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 M6 CIGAR 4163 P ET M691956 BUDSMYDAD 225 POLLED M6IMS 225 SUPREME 0236ET RC MOORES MS MARK 7338 LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD CIGAR E46 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 BARA MS CIGAR 56N F994843 IMPRESSIVE D040 ET BARA MS IMPRESSIVE 29KETJWK CR MISS DUKE 172

72

BW: 88 lbs EPDs: 1.2 1.5 26 45 7 4.8 20 0.6

H Bred A-I on 5/19/13 to JDJ Resource Z365 P, and P.E. from 6/26/13 to sale to Hales Mr Standard 057. Line-bred Cigar to enhance the genetic potential for muscle, milk, and natural thickness. She also traces to the great CR Ms Duke 172, the $20,000 sale topper at Creighton Dispersal. Solid cow that should add dependable genetics for profitable production ability.

Consignor: Little W Farms

73

DWC MISS LOLA 2010 04/13/2010 F1125074

LHD CIGAR E46 CJC MR PRESIDENT T122 M752180 CJC MS DAYLIGHT K1662 VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD BAR5 MS DESIRE 3047 P ET F1018789 BAR5 MS DESIREP37P ET

LHD MR PERFECT Y416 LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613 S$ DAYLIGHT 28E MISS BH A1 WCR SIR DUKE 761 WCR MISS MAC IV 534 WCR SIR FA MAC 2244 HBR LADY PERFORMER 934 P

BW: 83 lbs ADJ.WW: 681 lbs R: 103 ADJ.YW: 881 lbs EPDs: -1.1 2.0 31 45 10 1.6 25 0.5

H Due to calve 3/17/14 to the Canadian bull, White Cap Laredo and PE from 6/20/13 to 11/1/13 to ACE-ORR Efficient 972. A very top-end President daughter bred by Double W farms, MO., and descends from the best of Baldwin’s Bar 5 genetics. You get the great maternal side of Lady Performer 934 with the equally strong President maternal ability along with extra growth and performance. This will be one of the first Laredo calves to sell in the U.S.

Consignor: Hale Farms

HALE MS FULL DUKE 3332 ET 09/24/2013 EF1180088

POLLED

M6 NEW STANDARD 842 P ET M6 FULL SPEED 109 P M801676 PJ WINDY 709 P HEP KING GRAZER 25A NF MISS JOAN M273 PLD F967936 DA MS SWEETHEART P ET

LT RIO BRAVO 3181 P M6 MS GRID MAKER 2175 ET M6 FULL THROTTLE 2138 PET PJ WINDY 408 P BR DUKE 261 HEP MISS JOAN 10W VCR SIR DUKE 914 PLD HPF MISSELIMINATOR8116ET

EPDs: 6.2 0.7 35 63 13 7.4 31

H Open ET heifer out of the top son of M6 New Standard 842, Full Speed. His calves offer tremendous eye-appeal, smooth, straight lines, and plenty of thickness. This heifer has EPDs that rank her in the top 15% WW, 10% YW, 15% Milk, and 6 % TM for the entire breed. A very special ET offering from the very heart and newest genetics of the Hale ET program. LOT 73R: #007X EF1118966, born 3/17/10, sired by CJC Trademark H45 out of the great donor cow, Bar5 Miss Duke 2123 P ET. This Recipient is well worth participating in this offering, a very unique opportunity. Consignor: Hale Farms

74

BAR 5 MISS DUKE 2123 P ET

Dam of Recipient Cow 2H Irish Eyes 007X ET

WIA MS 24 KARAT PLD 09/07/2013 EF1178994

POLLED

HTA WHITEHOT 105A GDSF PLATINUM 31H JLC BILLIE JEAN 20B GDSF JR PLATINUM 20K M612156 LECA ICON 49D GDSF LADY ICON 52G MCZ CHUBBY 82U CIGAR E46 JDJ SMOKESTER J1377 P ET LHD JD MS COMMANDER B309 DA MS MARION 328 P ET F989090 FASTTRACK 82F OW MISS MARION 0025 ET BALDRIDGE SCF MISS BONNIE MAC EPDs: 0.7 2.0 39 58 7 5.7 26 0.9

H Open show heifer prospect with classic superior lines, great depth and spring of rib, from of a tradition of strong competitors in the ring. Marion 328 is one of the greatest daughters of JDJ Smokester J1377. The Marion cow family has not only been tops in the ring, but have been some of the most highly sought after genetics in the sale arena as well! Importantly, she will also have the genetics to make a tremendous donor cow as well. Halter broke and ready for strong competition today!

Consignor: Wild Indian Acres

R: 100

Lot 74


75 PICK OF THE DEBRUYCKER FEMALE HERD H Once again we are fortunate to offer you one of the best deals in the breed. This annual event has created great interest and the profit potential and future promotion of the selection from this herd is unmatched in the breed. Selection includes all females with the exception of the JDJ Ms Truemark Y322 cow, (the only cow held in reserve). DeBruyckers will be glad to assist you with pertinent data, their suggestions if you wish, and will spend plenty of time to assist you with a satisfactory selection. If a cow with a bull calf is choosen, DeBruycker’s will retain ½ interest and full possession of the bull. Buyer will get ½ interest and No possession. A cow with heifer calf will go 100% to buyer on both cow and heifer calf. This will be one of the most enjoyable trips you will ever make. Selection must be made by August 1, 2014. This sale and many others have been greatly impacted by this selection each year!

JDJ MS SPUR R120

Consignor: DeBruycker Charolais

“PICK OF HERD” Dam of JDJ Resource Z365 P, JDJ True Mark T39 P & JDJ Duplicity Y420

JDJ MS PERFECT G166

JDJ MS CIGAR K1509

“Pick of the Herd” 57 progeny registered with AICA; Selected by Camp Cooley Ranch Produced several herd sires for them

“Pick of the Herd” Dam of JDJ Curlin S3012 and JDJ Royal Trade N134

Consignors Buddy’s charolais

Harlin & Sue Hecht 16732 283rd Ave.   Paynesville, MN 56362 (320) 243-4386 (320) 760-0359 Harlin cell

Gary & Christel Biggs 9224 CR 915 • Godley, TX 76044 (817) 309-3535

ARLITT RANCH Happy Raye & Bill P.O. Box 998 Poteet, TX 78065 800-772-3604

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Noberto Lopez Zapata, TX (956) 286-3724 lopezn3d@sbcglobal.net

R EVANS CHAROLAIS E Rick & Cindy Evans

2601 Austin Ave. Brownwood, Texas 76801 Office: (325) 646-1561 • Home: (325) 643-4987

Deen Ranch Cody & Annalyn Deen 90 CR 232 Goldthwaite, TX 76844 (325) 948-3590

Achee Charolais

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Eric, Angie, Haley & Brayden Dennis 170 Rock Bluff Road Saint Jo, TX 76265 (940) 995-2161

Rocking S Ranch

South Lake, Texas 817-313-5250

Idle Time Charolais

Donald Mc Adams 1420 Lilley Yeager Rd., Cleveland, TX 77328 281-592-4516

HF HUDSPETH FARMS Greg, Kelley, Tracy & Lindsey Hudspeth Rose Hudspeth P.O. Box 88 • St. Joe, Arkansas 72675 (870) 439-2285

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Charles Smith Jenks, OK (918) 633-9594

Dove Estate Partners, LLC

Lebanon, Tennessee Mike Watkins (615) 642-0976

1690 6th Lane N.E. • Dutton, MT 59433 Lloyd (406) 476-3427 Mark (406) 469-2371 Brett (406) 476-3214 Joe (406) 466-5821

Dennis Charolais Farm

Curt Achee PO Box 429, Pass Christian, MS 39571 228-697-1818 • cell 228-467-7126 curt.achee@yahoo.com

Little W Farm

DeBruycker Charolais

Rick, Zack, Blaine & Nathan Hale 54 Hosier Lane • Louisburg, MO 65685 (417) 752-3703 • (417) 838-7251 cell

Heath Hyde Cattle Co. Heath & Kristie Hyde 1303 CR 1444 Sulphur Springs, TX 75482 (214) 356-1000 Tom Levens 6015 Laurel Oaks Drive Dallas, TX 75248 (972) 931-1291 thmlevens@sbcglobal.net

Mike, Sara, Connor & Cannon Kisner 6382 Dulin Creek Road House Springs, MO 63051 (636) 236-0306 cell wildindianacres@yahoo.com

3A Charolais

Byron & Cindy Aultman 2829 FM 1010, Cleveland, TX 77327 281-593-1406 cystalcreekqh@sbcglobal.net

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Registered Charolais

John E. Downs, Owner 4226 N Highway 231, Marianna, Florida 32446 Office: 850-352-2020 Lamont Ennis, Manager

Crews Farms

Brent Crews 784 Payneton Road • Chatham, VA 24531 (434) 656-2361 Charles Johnson P.O. Box 10 • Vidalia, LA 71373 (318) 336-7141 • (601) 442-8892


SHOW RESULTS

NON POINT 2014 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Charolais Show

Tennessee Beef Agribition Charolais Show

Kearney, Neb.  February 20, 2014

Lebanon, Tenn.  March 7, 2014

Judge: Dr. Dan Moser, Manhattan, Kan.

Judge: Albert Stone, Atwood, Tenn.

Grand Champion Heifer: SCR Miss Tuffy 2119, 2-18-12, by FC Marbler 841P. Sonderup Charolais Ranch, Fullerton, Neb.

Grand Champion Female: LaFraise Erin 372, 3-29-12, by TR Smokeonthewater ET. LaFraise Farms, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer: BCR Myra 303, 2-5-13, by RCR Chrome Illusion W655. Benes Cattle Company, Valparaiso, Neb.

Reserve Grand Champion Female: LaFraise Grace 392, 11-3-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. LaFraise Farms.

Grand Champion Bull: BCR Track Fire 311, 2-16-13, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Benes Cattle Company.

Grand Champion Bull: TMC Jim 279 P, 9-2-12, by PJ Function 956 P. Tim Mueller Charolais, Altenburg, Mo.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull: HCF Rub It In, 3-26-13, by HC Stash 0383. Hassebrook Charolais Farm, Genoa, Neb.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull: TMC Leder 283P, 10-28-12, by LT Ledger 0332 P. Tim Mueller Charolais.

Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Charolais Show

Tennessee Beef Agribition Charolais Show

Champion Female

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Junior Heifer Show

AIJCF Scholarship Application Deadline April 30th

AIJCA Junior Board of Director Applications Due May 20th

Houston, Texas  March 16, 2014

The American-International Junior Charolais Foundation (AIJCF) Scholarship deadline is Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Applications can be found at www.charolaisusa.com.

Areas 1, 2, 3, 5 and 7 & Four At-Large positions are up for election at the 2014 Junior National. Submit completed application by May 20, 2014. To be eligible to run for Area Director, your area must be up for election. Juniors must be at least 16 and not yet 21 as of January 1, 2014. At-Large Positions are filled from Area 1st, 2nd or 3rd Alternates. If you are the 1st, 2nd or 3rd alternate from last year seeking an At-Large position, please resubmit an application with your intent to run. Applicants will announce to the membership their intent to run at the General Caucus meeting at the 2014 Junior National.

Grand Champion Heifer: SC Cool Water 121, 10-4-12, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Amanda Tinkle, Tomball, Texas. Reserve Champion Heifer: HVR MS Supreme 272, 10-4-12, by SSR Mr Driven Pld 6004. Dillon Elder, Blum, Texas.

AIJCF Scholarships are awarded to current AIJCA members on the basis of scholastic excellence in high school and/or college, demonstrated AIJCA or associated affiliate leadership, interest in the cattle industry and youth leadership activities.

Oklahoma Youth Expo Charolais Heifer Show

In 2013, AIJCF awarded 29 youth from 12 states, $30,000 in scholarships.

Oklahoma City, Okla.  March 17, 2014

2014 AIJCA Junior National Show & Leadership Conference Registration Open

Judge: John Rayfield, College Station, Texas Grand Champion Heifer: 3R’s Angelina 343A ET, 3-28-13, by TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET. Charley Johnson, Orlando, Okla. Reserve Champion Heifer: SHF Ms Misty Water 1220, 9-3-12, by TR Smokeonthewater ET. Madison Henderson, Perry, Okla. Champion Percentage Heifer: SSST Ashley 200Z, 9-20-12. Rex Standridge, Lindsay, Okla. Reserve Champion Percentage Heifer: LG Silver 278, 5-15-13. Landon Garcia, Coalgate, Okla.

The 2014 Junior National will be held in Hutchinson, Kansas, July 6-11. Entry forms will be available online at www.charolaisusa. com Early Entry Deadline is May 10. Final Entry/Ownership Deadline is May 20. Complete event and registration information starts on page 41 of this issue.

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Champion Bull

NEWS NOTES

AIJCA MEMBERSHIP

Judge: Kevin Jensen, Courtland, Kan.

Champion Bull

Champion Female

Houston Junior Show

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than cows do, in the same setting. When they are incapable of cooling their testicles their semen quality is quickly diminished,” says Whittier. Age can make a difference in sperm quantity and quality, according to Dr. Ron Skinner (veterinarian and seedstock producer near Hall, Montana). A bull’s highest fertility is at 2 to 4 years of age, on average. “After 4 years there may be some decline in fertility, but this is not very noticeable until a bull gets to be 5 or 6 years of age. At 7 years, on average, you start to see a more rapid decline,” says Skinner. This will depend on the individual bull. “There are some bulls that will have good fertility at that age and others that will fall apart on you by then, according to trials that were done in Oklahoma by T.D. Rich,” says Skinner. “The 5 and 6 year old bulls may not have declined significantly from their peak fertility at age 4, but it will depend on their genetics.” It’s always wise to do a semen check on older bulls before the breeding season. Some stockmen figure that if a bull has large testicles, he will be fertile, but this isn’t always true. Be wary of a young bull that has huge testicles at a year of age, like 44 centimeters (average size would be 36 centimeters). These individuals are predisposed to subsequent testicular degeneration. That bull might be fertile at first, and then become infertile too soon as he gets older.

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AICA MEMBERSHIP Lowderman, Weishaar and Robinson inducted into Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame

The Livestock Marketeers inducted three industry professionals into their Hall of Fame during the National Western Stock Show. The Livestock Marketeers — an informal fraternity of livestock fieldmen, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders — met for their 49th Annual Banquet at the National Western Club on Jan. 18. The event is hosted by American Live Stock. The 2014 honorees included Jack Lowderman of Macomb, IL, and Lynn Weishaar of Reva, SD. Terry Robinson of Bismarck, ND, was honored posthumously. Master of ceremonies was J. Neil Orth, executive vice president of the American-International Charolais Association and a 1984 Hall of Fame inductee. He opened the banquet with recordings of both Lowderman and Weishaar from the 1977 World Livestock Auctioneer Championship competition. The Livestock Marketeers group was initiated in 1965 by Harry Green, Ross Miller and Claud Willett. Their purpose was to form a fraternal organization of livestock professionals, and to make annual awards in order to encourage younger members of the industry to succeed in their chosen profession. Jack Lowderman Jack’s involvement with the livestock industry has been life-long. He worked side-by-side with his father, buying and selling commercial cows and bulls in his youth. Following high school, he graduated from Reisch College of Auctioneering and became owner/operator and auctioneer of a livestock market for six years. In 1968, he formed an auction partnership with Tommy Williams, a purebred Angus breeder; they actively continued for 17 years, conducting livestock, real estate, personal property and farm machinery auctions. In 1976, Jack began a 30-year run as the lead auctioneer at F&T Commission Company in Palmyra, MO. He also auctioned commercial livestock at four community weekly markets, purebred cattle for breeders and associations, and numerous production tested bull sales in Missouri and Illinois. He’s competed in the World Livestock Auctioneer Championships and has been named a champion or finalist in six of the annual contests. Jack is the founder of Lowderman Auction Company, a family owned and operated marketing business that has grown to include his three sons. Today, the company conducts over 100 auctions yearly throughout the Midwest, marketing agricultural, residential and commercial real estate; personal property, including machinery and equipment, antiques and collectibles; specialty items; vehicles; and estates. Their 20-acre auction facility at Macomb, IL, features 20,000 square feet under one roof. One indoor sales pavilion hosts a monthly consignment auction with three rings of merchandise offered at any one time. A second building with a livestock sales arena is available for purebred cattle auctions of all breeds.

As an auctioneer for Williams & Williams, a Tulsa, OK-based company that markets residential and commercial real estate, Jack travels nationwide. He is a graduate of the Certified Appraisal Institute, compiling both real and personal property evaluations. Jack and his wife, Sherry, began their commitment to the Hereford breed when they were given two Polled Hereford cows as a wedding gift from her Dad. As the family grew to include four sons, the cattle numbers expanded as well. Today, the Lowderman Cattle Company is truly a family operation with sons, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren: Monte, Carrie and Rhett; Brent, Kris, Blake and Morgan; Cody and Abby; and son, Cory, always in their hearts. The herd has grown to include 200 mother cows, 30 recips, and the 2013 National Western Stock Show Champion Hereford Bull. They hold an annual sale on the third Sunday of September. The family was honored in 2013 with the Seedstock Producer of the Year award from the Illinois Beef Association, as well as Breeder of the Year honors from the Illinois Hereford Association. Jack served as a 4-H leader for 10 years, president and board member of the Illinois Polled Hereford Association, and a member of the Illinois Beef Council and Illinois Beef Association. Tommy Williams of Tulsa, OK, and Delvin Heldermon of Sulphur, OK, roasted Jack at the Livestock Marketeers banquet. Lynn Weishaar “I hung around auction barns every chance I got,” Lynn Weishaar recalls. He started pretending to sort and sell baby calves on his family’s ranch near Lemmon, SD, when he was four or five years old. So began a passion for the lifestyle that has lasted his whole life. While in high school, Lynn began working for Robert Schnell, who ran the sale barn in Lemmon. He credits Schnell for getting him started in livestock marketing. He attended the Western College of Auctioneering in

(l to r) Delvin Helderman, Jay George, Lynn Weishaar, Neil Orth, Jack Lowderman, Kirby Goettsch.

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Billings, MT, and later graduated from North Dakota State University, where he was active in college rodeo and on the judging teams. After college, he returned to the Lemmon area, leased a ranch, and began selling at that sale barn; it was his first real job selling livestock. Lynn soon took on the barns at Faith and Philip, sold at Sturgis until it closed down, and now sells at Philip and Belle Fourche on a weekly basis. Lynn also sells registered horse and cattle sales across the country— from Canada to Texas and from Iowa to the West Coast—traveling to up to 300 sales a year and thousands of miles. In the 1970’s, Lynn started a consignment horse sale for proven ranch and arena horses that has caught on nationwide. This type of sale has opened up a reliable source for marketing good horses, and for the buyer to find a dependable product. It has given him the opportunity to sell some of the greatest horses in the country, and has been a big influence on the horse industry in the central United States. Lynn says selling livestock at auction is challenging, especially with fluctuating markets and political developments on the national level. But he still likes his job. He loves the excitement and the fast pace. Best of all, he said, “I deal with the best people and the best stock in the world on a daily basis.” Weishaar’s clients say, “nobody works harder at his business,” “a total pro,” and “the cattle and horse industry in western South Dakota wouldn’t be all that it is today if not for him.” Lynn is also living the other part of his dream, running a commercial cattle ranch with his wife, Connie. Riding his horse and checking his cattle are highlights of his day and are his greatest getaway. Lynn and Connie have two children, Seth and Jodi. Seth is also an auctioneer, and Jodi does contract work in the western industry along with raising a family. Best of all are the five grandchildren: Seth and Nicole have three, and Jodi and Rob have two. “I’ve been very lucky,” Lynn says, “The two things I wanted to do, I got to do . . . and I’m very happy about that.” He was roasted at the Livestock Marketeers event by friends Kirby Goettsch of Aberdeen, SD, and Jay George of Lebo, KS, as well as his brother, Wayne Weishaar. Terry Robinson Jeff Thomas remembers Terry Robinson as “always a general, and a great mentor.” Terry graduated from North Dakota State University with a degree in psychology, and served in the United States military and the North Dakota Army National Guard for over 33 years. He retired in 2003 at the rank of colonel. In 2009 and 2011, he was appointed the rank of brigadier general by the governor of North Dakota to act as a “State Flood Recovery Coordinator.” His military career was one of the highlights of his life. In the fall of 1970, Terry went to work for the ND REC Magazine as advertising manager. In 1981, he acquired part ownership of the Farm and Ranch Guide. Terry was instrumental in creating a much-loved rural paper that had a huge focus in the cattle industry, and felt very close to his accounts. Terry was an excellent judge of cattle, and a familiar face at livestock events throughout his territory. He always said he was a very lucky man to be involved with such a wonderful rural family. He married Joyce, his high school sweetheart, in 1969 and raised two children, Cade (April) and Kree (Troy) Nelson; they have eight grandchildren. Terry Robinson died May 13, 2013, due to an accident. He was posthumously inducted into the Livestock Marketeers Hall of Fame by friends Jeff Thomas of Bozeman, MT, and Vern Frey of Towner, ND. 80  

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Reaching 20,000 Commerical Cattleman

Contact the Charolais Journal office or your area Field Representative

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Akin Charolais Jim Akin 6700 County Road 71, Lexington, AL 35648 (256) 229-5395 Res. (256) 710-4897 Cell Home of the Super Grazer 168

FEEDLOT

Home of JWK Vanessa D029 ET Donor: 2244 x 934

CHAROLAIS

JERRY & SHERRY MALTBY Mobile: (530) 681-5046 P.O. Box 760 Office: (530) 473-2830 Williams, CA 95987 Fax: (530) 473-3278 e-mail: bbr@citlink.net www.brokenboxranch.com

OFakHill arm “Focus on the Family”

BJR Summerford Charolais

OakHill Farm Home of Bennett Charolais Wayne & Lois Bennett Barn: (770) 893-3446 Home: (770) 893-2674 Cell: (770) 826-9551

1779 Holcomb Road Dawsonville, Ga 30534 oakhillfarmga@tds.net www.oakhillfarmga.com

Cattle For Sale Private Treaty

Robert A. Summerford II 4087 Hwy. 31 SW Falkville, AL 35622 Located 12 miles north of Cullman (256) 784-5275 Bus. (256) 784-5888 Res. Alan Summerford • (256) 758-0652 E-Mail: bjrsummerford@charter.net www.bjrsummerford.com

MV Limestone

Mountain View Charolais

Scott Tipton 1001 Preacher Campbell Rd. Clarksville, GA 30523

Phone: (706) 754-8462 Cell: (706) 200-6655

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BJR Easy Edge 968 ET P Quality and Performance Charolais in North Alabama

Your Herd Bull Source

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A.W. “Buck” Compton Box 160 Nanafalia, AL 36764 home: (334) 736-4349

C O L O R A D O 15493 Co. Rd. 57 Hillrose, CO 80733 Bred For

Performance~Carcass Quality~Disposition Bull Sale • April 11

Pat Gebauer & Luan August (970) 847-3345 prewittranch@gmail.com

office: (334) 736-4221

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Curfman Farms Rt. 2, Griggsville, IL 62340

56 years of quality seedstock production Rick Curfman (217) 285-5213

McCary & Son Charolais Farm

G E O R G I A

WC Steel Curtain 2524 P

Levi & Brian McCary 334-872-9060 334-505-6338 334-419-0538

rick@curfmancharolais.com

Roger Curfman (217) 236-5761 Ryan Curfman (217) 248-7711

635 Valleyview Drive Valley Grande, AL 36701 WCR Sir Duke 7340 P

MOGO Full French CHAROLAIS Daniel Hammond 15300 Co. Rd. 2 • Florence, AL 35633 (256) 766-6354 • 4mogocharolais@earthlink.net

Bamboo Road Farms LLC Stephen Cummings

2509 Old Perry Road Marshallville, GA 31057 bambooroadfarms@gmail.com

(478) 396-5832

Foglesong Charolais

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CHAROLAIS

“Charolais Since 1960”

Producing quality breeding stock for 54 years.

Bulls and Females For Sale Private Treaty Marty, Joyce, Kaitlyn & Mason Lewis 9411 W. 56th St. S. • Monroe, IA 50170 Marty (515) 250-2362 • Mason (515) 205-9161 mjlewis@wildblue.net

Paul Bertsche & Sons 4540 E. 1700 N. Rd. • Flanagan, IL 61740 Dale (815) 796-2950 cell (815) 674-4419 Steve (815) 796-4440 cell (815) 674-2395 Larry (815) 842-1849 cell (815) 674-2397

Hanover, Kansas 66945

www.laueranch.com

Lester Laue (785) 337-2600 Brant Laue (913) 541-8982

Stalcup Farms Charolais

“We don’t keep our cows, they keep us.”

“Quality Polled Charolais”

Craig Stalcup (641) 322-4946 1407 Poplar Avenue Prescott, Iowa 50859 (641) 340-1128 cell (641) 335-2351

Thomas Redneck 2609M Jim Stalcup 36th National Champion

Keith Farms

Marion Keith 6719 State Rt. 154, Tamaroa, IL 62888 (618) 967-0291 • (618) 201-6261 keithinsurance@gmail.com

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InnovativeSince Beef1945Production

bars@gorhamtel.com Paradise, Kansas 67658 David Dickerson Ken Stielow (785) 998-4386 (785) 998-4335

MYRON RUNFT CHAROLAIS Breeding Charolais since 1956 1460 Penn Road Belleville, KS 66935 Home (785) 527-5047 Cell (785) 527-1269

#1 Milk Trait Leader

Oakdale Duke 9003 Pld

Duke 135 x Mac 2244 x Tradition 066

EPDs: 7.3 -3.7 28 61 27 5.4 41 1.1

Raising Charolais Since 1962

Ron & Diane Nord & Family 2104 Charolais Lane Bloomington, IL 61704 (309) 828-1448 or (309) 827-0457 (309) 275-0409 Ron cell

Fancy Creek Charolais Purebred Charolais Since 1968

Raile Charolais Farm

17050 Tuttle Creek Blvd. • Randolph, KS 66554 Home: 785-363-2519 • Cell: 785-313-2099 fancycreek@kansas.net www.fancycreekcharolais.com

Rt. 1, Box 389 St. Francis, KS 67756

Don & Charlotte Olsen and family

I N D I A N A D&D Frazier 2818 Pld

Beef Genetics

Outcross +10 Milk Semen: $50/straw

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Joe, Marlene & Andrew Doub 8614 W. 100 N. • Danville, IN 46122 (317) 539-6718 home • (317) 440-0525 cell ajcharolais40@aol.com

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Brett, Tina and Madison Beavers 28378 710th Ave • Collins, IA 50055 515-460-3074 www.beaverscharolais.com

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15523 Tuttle Creek Blvd. Randolph, Ks 66554 Phone/Fax: (785) 293-5106 finkbull1@twinvalley.net www.finkbeefgenetics.com Bull Sale • October 29

Hubert Charolais Ranch Bull Sale

...building a program around proven genetics

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Megan, Lori & Galen Fink

April 1, 2014 510 Maple Ave. Oakley, KS 67748 David & Shelby Hubert (785) 672-3528

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VAUGHAN FAMILY RANCH PUREBRED CHAROLAIS ­– ANGUS Corey Vaughan, Ranch Mgr. 14630 E. 44th St. S. Derby, KS 67037 (316) 213-5484 vfrranch@ksu.edu vaughanfamilyranch.com

Cliff (785) 332-2794 William (785) 332-2498 cdr@railecharolais.com www.railebeef.com

Females for Sale Private Treaty

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Charolais • SimAngus • Composites

Spencer & Laci Schrader Weston & Josi 2118 Oxbow Rd., Wells, KS 67467 (785) 488-2135 home (785) 488-7204 Spencer cell (785) 488-7227 Laci cell

schrader@twinvalley.net

Females and bulls for sale private treaty www.schraderranch.com

WOODEN CROSS CATTLE CO. Merle Schlehuber 620-381-1712 557 190th Road = Hillsboro, KS 67063 woodencross@fhrd.net www.WoodenCrossCattleCo.com


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Rambur Charolais

Howard Rambur d 406-489-3255 (cell) Production Sale 2nd Saturday in April

RC Denver

RC Feedlot d RC Cattle Phone: 406-482-3255 • Fax: 406-482-3802

MICHIGAN CHAROLAIS BREEDERS Pat Endsley Sec./Treas. 5590 E State Road Hastings, MI 49058-9456 269-945-5531 or endsleycharolais@itwifi.net

1194 Smith Ridge Rd. Campbellsville, KY 42718 Mitchel Cox - Owner/Gen. Mgr. (270) 465-7584

COMMITTED TO BREED IMPROVEMENT Hayden ET23 43rd National Reserve Senior Calf Champion Heifer

Hayden Farm

James, Cathy and Brooke Hayden 4430 Bloomfield Road Bardstown, KY 40004 (502) 349-0005

34790 CR 118 • Sidney, MT 59270 Email: rc1@midrivers.com website: www.ramburchar.com

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ENDSLEY’S CHAROLAIS FARMS 5590 E State Rd, Hastings ,MI 49058 269-945-5531 or

endsleyscharolaisfarms.com

The Complete Bull FC Turbo 756 P

EPDs:0.8 42 52 0 21 0.5 Semen: $25/straw; $30 signing fee Bull Sale • April 9 88361 575th Ave • Newcastle, NE 68757 Home: 402-692-3704 • Cell: 402-841-9784 kldybdal@nntc.net Larry & Krista Dybdal

Dybdal Charolais

ENDSLEY’S DUKE STONE 257 M641625

AICA Multiple Trait Leader Semen: $20/ Straw; $20 Signing Fee

M I N N E S O T A L O U I S I A N A

Breeding Quality Charolais Seedstock Since 1962 1/2 Owner of Baldridge Fasttrack

• Performance Tested Charolais • For Sale - Bulls, Heifers, Cows, Pairs • Great Pedigree, EPDs, Disposition • A.I. with Best Sires in Breed Cordell & Linda Dartez 8533 Cordell Road Abbeville, LA 70510

Wakefield Farms

Larry, Kyle & Dan Wakefield 20701 150th St. • New Richland, MN 56072 (507) 317-3086 • (507) 475-1749

M O N T A N A Roy Charolais Bruce Roy

PO Box 191 • Mansura, LA 71350 Cell: (318) 359-1548 • Home: (318) 964-5129

Franz Ranch 41 Years in the Purebred Charolais Business

Ray, Jon, & David Franz

M A R Y L A N D

Home of White Squall Bob & Judy Tibbs (410) 734-6873

3545 Old Level Road Havre de Grace, MD 21078 shadowspringsfarm@comcast.net

Bull Sale • April 12

Dave Hebbert (308) 458-2540 Mose Hebbert (308) 458-2329

Office: (337) 898-1616 Ranch: (337) 893-7593 cpdlbd@bellsouth.net

13221 CR 339 • Sidney, Montana 59270 Ray (406) 798-3675 Jon (406) 798-7740

Clark & Gail Brevig Bull Sale • April 11 676 Quarry View Lane • Lewistown, MT 59457 (406) 538-5579 phone • (406) 538-6479 fax brevig@3riversdbs.net • www.brevigcharolais.com

www.HebbertRanch.com Visitors always welcome

IBACH

Quarter Circle Ranch Karen Ibach 46060 Rd. 793 • Ansley, NE 68814 (308) 732-3370

Dean Churchill Bull Sale HC 37, Box 54 April 8 Valentine, NE 69201 (402) 376-2314 deanchurch1@gmail.com Headquarters Ranch

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Schurrtop Angus & Charolais Sure Performance Cattle

www.schurrtop.com

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40842 Farnam Road Farnam, NE 69029 John (308) 569-2520 Ryan (308) 320-4067 Marty (308) 362-4941

Rick & Lisa Wilson Hart Box 865 Chickasha, OK 73023 Office (405) 224-0645 Home (405) 224-0694

LT Easy Ride 1153 Pld

Bill B. King • Box 5, Stanley, NM 87056 Day (505)220-9909 • Home (505)832-4330

Wagonhammer Ranches Box 548 Albion, NE 68620 (402) 395-2178 or 395-6962

The Total Performance Brand www.wagonhammer.com

NORTH CAROLINA

Castleberry’s

Hilltop C Polled Charolais Pasture Proven Charolais Since 1962 Kirk & Peggy Castleberry

Wagon Wheel Charolais

Rt. 2, Box 8 Ninnekah, OK 73067

Ray D. Winz & Sons

(405) 224-1116 Cell (405) 574-2685

72354 Q Rd. • Holdrege, NE 68949 Ray (308) 995-5515, Doug (308) 991-6941 Steve (308) 567-2286 Contact us for Semen on our Trait Leading Sires.

West Fork Ranch Roseann Wilson (308) 745-1764 RR 1, Box 19 • Loup City, NE 68853

www.westforkranch.com

NORTH DAKOTA

Zeisler Charolais

DR Stealth 574

Richard L. Zeisler

Breeding Registered Charolais Since 1959 Bull Sale • April 18, 2014

90445 476th Ave. • Butte, NE 68722 (402) 775-2569

Gerald and Loretta Effertz and Family PO Box 640 • Velva, ND 58790-0640 (701) 720-1156Roger (701) 720-1363 Kevin (701) 338-2980 Office

Neil (701) 223-5202 Bryan (701) 624-5104 ekrinc@srt.com

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NIPP CHAROLAIS Curtiss & Brenda Nipp HC 66, Box 76 Overbrook, OK 73453 (580) 668-3332 nippcharolais@yahoo.com

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Since 1970

Peter Stamer, owner (973) 729-9751 47 Snover Road, Lafayette, NJ 07848

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Kevin Wiley Ranch Manager Perry, OK (580) 336-9241 (580) 572-2555

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4690 Darlington Road Zanesville, OH 43701 740-453-8908 Docile cattle with meat, EPDs & Do-Ability!

daren statler, dvm 6651 Valley Camp Rd. Greencastle, PA 17225 (717) 729-6453 darenstatler@centurylink.net www.descocharolaisfarm.com


SOUTH CAROLINA

BMR

Clay Boscamp 1360 CR 460 Waelder, TX 78959 (830) 857-5130 

clayboscamp@wildblue.net

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Black Mingo Ranch

RR RR DOUBLE R DEES CHAROLAIS

“Registered Polled Charolais Since 1969”

M.E. & Sandra Clemons

Roy R. & Sammye L. Dees

15211 Browns Ferry Road • Georgetown, SC 29440 (843) 448-3031 • (843) 527-4336 www.blackmingoranch.com

1168 CR 236, Nacogdoches, Texas 75961 (936) 560-0794

Houston Offices: (713) 724-9574 (281) 443-3074

Nubbin Ridge Farm

Mike King, Farm Manager Quality Seedstock available with a focus on 914 and Cigar genetics! Home of: NRF Sir Duke 538 P M799771- 914 x L02 TLD Mr Cigar 628 P M719706 - Cigar x 8121 155 Nubbin Ridge Circle (864) 972-9203 home Westminster, SC 29693 (864) 958-1343 cell

Full French & Purebred Genetics BJCF Watt Z36 35th National Denver Grand Champion

Liverpool, Texas Larry Ludeke (832) 439-4666 E-mail: larryl@qiminc.com www.barjcharolaisfarm.com WC Lady GaGa 031P –

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Visitors Welcome

David & Georgeanne Webb David Webb Jr. 317 Old Vinland School Road Easley, SC 29640 H: (864) 246-6203 C: (864) 640-7756 Email: webbcharolais@gmail.com

Bruner Polled Charolais

HANN FAMILY SPRING VALLEY RANCHES 9995 CR 353 Gause, TX 77857 Roy W. Hann Jr., Owner Bryce Renfro, Manager (979) 255-5709 (512) 466-4009

K&K Charolais Ranch Quality Charolais Raised in the Rocks at Cherokee, San Saba County, Texas

Kenneth Kuykendall (325) 622-4227 • FAX (325) 622-4673

Focused on Genetics

E.E. “Gene” & Glenda Bruner 4 miles east of Grandview 12320 FM 916 Grandview, TX 76050 Home: (817) 866-2839 Cell: (817) 202-7680

Brian Bruner Austin, Texas Cell: (512) 797-3711 brian.bruner@viagen.com

Herd Sires Bamboo Passport 147 ET LT Distance 2054 Pld Tommy & Sherrille Wilks P.O. Box 118 Patrick, SC 29584 (843) 307-0323

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Kevin & Jessica Moore “When You Depend On Beef For Your Bottom Line...”

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...easy calving...    ...explosive growth... DCF Pure Gold 802 P EPDs: 1.4 31 53 15 31 0.9 Eric Dennis 170 Rock Bluff Road Saint Jo, TX 76265 • (940) 995-2161

40th National Reserve Grand Champion Female

Double O Charolais 525 Daniels Road • Marshall, TX 75670 David & Linda Oney • (903) 930-0236 www.doubleocharolais.com

arti Charolais 67 Years of Selective Breeding Full French Charolais Wes Marti 1701 CR 310 Cleburne, Texas 76031 Ranch (817) 645-0239 Cell (817) 517-4196

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“Since 1936”

Steve Patman

453 FM 55 Waxahachie, TX 75165 (972) 937-5628

www.PatmanCharolais.com PC Mr Stonecold P862

RAMRO, LLC

P.O. Box 595 • Raymondville, TX 78580 (956) 689-5162 • Fax (956) 689-3693 E-mail: thomasra@gte.net Web: www.thomascharolais.com Claudette................................(956) 689-5162 Mitch & Linda........................(956) 689-6379 Mitch Mobile..........................(956) 535-0936

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Open Charolais Heifers For Sale

Dean Barton Manti, Utah

Ready for bull. Hand raised and well handled.

Cuero/Victoria, Texas area (361) 318-8638 ramro@comcast.net

(435) 835-7263 (435) 340-1396 Don Barton AICA Hall of Fame

Lamont, Alberta

Rafael Ortega • Owner Scott Milligan • Manager 39606 FM 1736 West Hempstead, TX 77445 (806) 683-6435

S CATTLE CO. SKEAN Registered Charolais

Larry Skeans • David Skeans • Katie Skeans

985-870-4113

1138 C.R.162 Gainesville, TX 76240 David_Skeans@hotmail.com www.skeanscattle.com

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“The Brand You Can Count On”

Registered Breeder Since 1969

Alan & Leslie Alexander 5412 Birch Road • Pasco, Wash. 99301 • (509) 545-8816 hangna@owt.com • www.hangnacattle.com

TC Cattle Company A Complete Source for Quality

Myles and Lisa Tellefson 20427 Rd 1 SE Warden, WA 98857 (509) 750-4384 • (509) 760-6651 e-mail: tccattlecompany@gmail.com Don & Mary Jane Schill 465 FCR 781 Donie, TX 75838 (254) 359-4387

Kyle & Shay Schill (254) 230-5527 Steve & Debby Smith (281) 351-1500

W i s c o n s i n TriniTy Valley CommuniTy College

R A N C H regisTered Charolais CaTTle 100 Cardinal Drive . Athens, TX 75751 Marc Robinson 903.675.6285 www.tvcc.edu/agriculture

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Your Source for Performance Charolais Genetics

Contact these seedstock breeders for herd sire prospects and herd building females.

Bull Sale • April 14

JAMIE EGGLESTON 21130 379th Ave. • Wessington, SD 57381 (605) 883-4602 • Fax: (605) 883-4924 egglchar@santel.net • www.egglestoncharolais.com

Platte, South Dakota

Bull Sale • April 12

DAVID MASON Phone & Fax: (605) 337-2521 Cell: (605) 680-0780

CLARENCE E. MASON Phone: (605) 337-3545 www.pvfcharolais.com

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765-376-8784

Reich Ranch Charolais Bull Sale • April 10 Range-Raised Performance Tested Since 1957 Quality Females For Sale Private Treaty

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Space Available

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Contact Colt Keffer

765-376-8784

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Vedvei Charolais

Herd Sire Prospects & Embryos for Sale Private Treaty

“2000 AICA Seedstock Producer of the Year”

44213 204th St. Lake Preston, SD 57249 Alan & Deb Vedvei (605) 847-4529 www.vedveicharolais.com Fax (605)847-4810 E-mail: vedveicharolais@gmail.com

Calvin Sandmeier (605) 285-6179

Gary Sandmeier (605) 285-6766

13123 322nd Ave. • Bowdle, SD 57428 www.sandmeiercharolais.com

 Bull Sale April 5, 2014

Wells Charolais Ranch 15446 419th Ave • Conde, SD 57434 Richard & Heather Wells (605) 784-3409 Jason & Nina Jo Wells (605) 784-7824 www. wellscharolaisranch.com

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Travis & Deb Steffensen & Family 21269 US Hwy. 81 Arlington, S.D. 57212 Home: (605) 983-5497

39120 192nd Street Wagner, South Dakota 57380 (605) 384-3300, (605) 491-0986

If you are looking

Brian & Janna Adam, Ethanie & Andrew (605) 842-1185 - Home (605) 203-1228 - Brian cell (605) 203-1229 - Adam cell

Steffensen Charolais

1007 Kingsbury Belle Fourche, SD 57717  (605) 892-4366

performance Whoa, for polled cattle, call: Colome, SD 57528

Selling Bulls & Females Private Treaty

KEPPEN CHAROLAIS

Scott & Kim Jensen 20379 441st Avenue • Lake Preston, SD 57249 (605) 847-4755 E-Mail: jcr.ranch@hotmail.com

(200 miles Southwest of Lake Preston)

765-376-8784

S.D. Charolais Breeders Association 2008 Outstanding Seedstock Producer

Tim and Ree Reich

Odden Charolais Ranch

Contact Colt Keffer

EPDs: 8.0 -1.2 21 26 2 1.3 13 0.5

Steve - Myrna - Greg - BJ 405 Samara Ave. • Volga, SD 57071 • (605) 627-5229 keppencharolais@mchsi.com • www.keppencharolais.com

Contact Colt Keffer

Roster Bull Sale, Mitchell Wells Charolais Bull Sale, Aberdeen Thomas Bull Sale, Harrold Reich Bull Sale, Belle Fourche Prairie Valley Bull Sale, Platte Eggleston Bull Sale, Huron Lindskov-Thiel Bull Sale, Isabel Wienk Bull Sale, Lake Preston

Semen: $15/straw; $25 signing fee

Contact Colt Keffer

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AICA Events April 30 — AIJCF Scholarship Applications Due May 10 — AIJCA Junior National Entry Deadline May 20 — AIJCA Junior National Late Entry Deadline & Ownership Date

OF EVENTS

CALENDAR

April 2014 April 1 — Hubert Charolais Ranch Bull & Female Sale, 1 p.m., at the ranch, Monument, Kan. Auctioneer: James Birdwell. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales. April 2 — Bracewell Cattle Spring Bull Buyout, 1 p.m., Cattlemen’s Livestock Commission, Paris, Texas. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Contact: Bradley Bracewell. April 2 — Kansas Bull Test Sale, 12:30 p.m., Mitchell County Fairgrounds, Beloit, Kan. Contact: Brian Hagedorn. April 4 — Roster Charolais Bull Sale, 1 p.m., Mitchell Livestock, Mitchell, S.D. Contact: Mike Roster. April 5 — DeBruycker Charolais 30th Annual Bull Sale, Noon, Western Livestock Auction, Great Falls, Mont. Sale Consultant: Outfront Cattle Service. April 5 — Little W Farm 4th Annual Production Sale, 1 p.m., at the farm, Lebanon, Tenn. Sale Manager: Bob Morton. April 5 — Satterfield Charolais & Angus 3rd Annual Bull & Female Sale, 1 p.m., at the farm, Evening Shade, Ark. Auctioneer: Tommy Barnes. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales. April 5 — Wells Charolais 32nd Annual Bull Sale, 1 p.m., Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, S.D. Contact: Jason or Dick Wells. April 8 — 42nd Annual Thomas Ranch Bull Sale, 1 p.m., at the ranch, Harrold, S.D. Contact: Troy Thomas. April 8 — Oakwater Ranch 31st Annual Bull Sale, 1 p.m., Valentine, Neb. Contact: Dean Churchill or Butch Alsup. April 9 — Dybdal Charolais 3rd Annual Bull & Female Sale, 1 p.m., Laurel Livestock Sales Co., Laurel, Neb. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales.

Affiliate Events April 25 — Missouri Charolais Breeders Association Annual Meeting & Banquet, Columbia, Mo.

April 10 — Reich Ranch Charolais Bull Sale, Belle Fourche, S.D. Contact: Tim Reich. April 10 — Sonderup Charolais Ranch Inc., 32nd Annual Bull Sale, noon, at the ranch, Fullerton, Neb. Contact: Tom Sonderup. April 10 — Wright Charolais Online Embryo Sale, Breeder’s World Online Sales. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales. April 10-12 — West Virginia Beef Expo 24th Annual Charolais Sale, Jackson Mills, Weston, West Virginia. Contact: Guy Freed or Anna Mouser. April 11 — Brevig Charolais Annual Cattlemen’s Value Bull Sale, Lewistown Livestock Auction, Lewistown, Mont. Contact: Clark Brevig.

Contact David Hobbs (816) 464-2474, ext 200, dhobbs@charolaisusa.com with affiliate event dates.

April 18 — Cross Mountain Cattle Company Quest For Quality Sale, 1 p.m., Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, Va. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service. April 18 — Effertz Key Ranch 36th Annual Bull Sale, Kist Livestock, Mandan, N.D. Contact: Kevin, Roger or Neil Effertz or Bryan Dean. April 19 — Central Kentucky 10th Annual Charolais Classic, 1 p.m., Producers Livestock, Bowling Green, Ky. Sale Manager: Bob Morton. April 19 — Cobb Charolais Ranch Annual Spring Bull Sale, Western Livestock Auction, Great Falls, Mont. Contact: Mike Cobb. April 19 — Lindskov-Thiel Ranch 33rd Annual Bull Sale, 1 p.m., at the ranch, Isabel, S.D. Contact: Brent Thiel. April 22 — Wheat State Thaw-Out Junior National Online Auction, LiveAuctions.TV. Contact: Spencer Schrader or Galen Fink. April 23-24 — Dismukes Ranch Spring Online Sale, RHD Auctions. Contact: Jim Dismukes. April 25 — Missouri Charolais Breeders Association Annual Membership Banquet & Meeting, Courtyard Marriott, Columbia, Mo. Contact: Annette Bonacker. April 26 — Missouri Charolais Breeders Association 49th Annual State Sale, 1 p.m., Show-Me Shorthorn Sale Facility, Columbia, Mo. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales. April 26 — Wienk Charolais Ranch 45th Annual Bull Sale, 1 p.m., at the ranch, Lake Preston, S.D. Contact: Jeff, Sterling or Ty Eschenbaum or Arnold Wienk. April 30 — AIJCF Scholarship Applications Due. Contact: AICA Youth Activities Coordinator.

May 2014 May 3 — 15th Annual The Sale of Excellence, 1 p.m., O.D. Butler Texas A&M Beef Research Center, College Station, Texas. Contact: Greg Clifton. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service. May 6 — Philip Livestock Auction’s Bull Day, 11 a.m, Philip Livestock Auction, Philip, S.D. Auctioneers: Lynn Weishaar, Dan Piroutek, Seth Weishaar. Contact: Thor Roseth. May 10 — AIJCA Junior National Entry Deadline. Contact: AICA Youth Activities Coordinator. May 10 — Rogers Bar HR 39th Annual Cream of the Crop Charolais Female Sale, 12:30 p.m., at the ranch, Collins, Miss. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales.

April 12 — Carolina Sensation Sale, 1p.m., Upstate Livestock Exchange, Williamston, S.C. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service.

May 17 — Charolais Association of Texas Spring Spectacular Sale, 1 p.m., Tommy McDaniel Ag Expo Center, Henderson, Texas. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service.

April 12 — Hebbert Charolais Ranch 32nd Annual Bull Sale, at the ranch, Hyannis, Neb. Contact: David or Mose Hebbert.

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April 12 — Rambur Charolais 36th Annual Bull Sale, at the ranch, Sidney, Mont. Contact: Howard Rambur.

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April 12 — The Renaissance XXII Sale, 1 p.m., Chappell’s Sales Arena, Strafford, Mo. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Mitchell Management.

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April 14 — Polzin Cattle Spring Thaw Embryo Sale on Breeder’s World. Contact: Chris Polzin.

April 11 — Cardinal Charolais Annual Production Sale, at the ranch, Hillrose, Colo. Auctioneer: Dennis Metzger. Contact: Pat Gebauer or Luan August.

April 12 — Prairie Valley Farm Charolais Annual Bull Sale, Platte Livestock, Platte, S.D. Contact: Clarence or David Mason.

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April 14 — Eggleston Charolais 29th Annual Bull & Female Sale, 1 p.m., Bales CCC, Huron, S.D. Contact: Jamie or Dennis Eggleston.

July 2014 July 6-11 — American-International Junior Charolais Association Junior National Shows & Leadership Conference, Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, Kan. July 26 — Ozark Empire Fair Open Charolais Show, Springfield, Mo. July 31 — Miss Charolais USA Applications Due. Contact: Jamie Sparks-Dehan.

August 2014 August 2 — Rolling R Ranch Summer Charolais & Charlangus Sale, 1 p.m. at the ranch, Opelousas, La. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Contact: Fred Rodosta August 10 — Missouri State Fair Class A ROE Charolais Show, Sedalia, Mo. August 16 — Iowa State Fair Class A ROE Charolais Show, Des Moines, Iowa. August 26-September 6 — World Charolais Congress, France.

September 2014 September 1 — 21st Annual Autumn In the Ozarks, noon, Chappell’s Sales Arena, Strafford, Mo. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Mitchell Management. September 20 — May & Son & Guests Annual Production Sale, 1 p.m., Knoxville Livestock Center, Knoxville, Tenn. Contact: Bill May. September 21 — Polzin Cattle Fall Freeze Online Embryo Sale on Breeder’s World. Contact: Chris Polzin. September 24 — Thomas Ranch 12th Annual Private Treaty Steer & Heifer Sale, at the ranch, Harrold, S.D. Contact: Troy Thomas. September 27 — Hudspeth Farms & Guests The Gathering Sale, 1 p.m., Cattleman’s Livestock Auction, Harrison, Ark. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service.

October 2014 October 4 — Northern Exposure Sale, 1 p.m., at Summit Farms, Hubbard, Iowa. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales. October 13 — Hankins Farms Fall Colors Online Sale, at the HF Showbarn, Springfield, Mo. Contact: Jason Hankins. October 18 — The 2014 CJC Mr President & BHD Reality Influence Sale, Hopkins County Regional Civic Center, Sulphur Springs, Texas. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service. October 25 — Aschermann Charolais 19th Edition Bull Sale, 1 p.m., at the ranch, Carthage, Mo. Auctioneer: Jackie Moore. Contact: Larry or Peggy Aschermann. October 26-27 — Dismukes Ranch Spring Born Heifer Bid-Off, at the ranch, Checotah, Okla. Contact: Jim Dismukes. October 29 — 58th Ocala Bull & Heifer Sale, Ocala, Fla. Contact: Shawn Gray.

May 20 — AIJCA Junior National Late Entry Deadline & Ownership Deadline. Contact: AICA Youth Activities Coordinator.

October 29 — Fink Beef Genetics 24th Annual Bull Sale, Fink Beef Genetics Sale Facility, Randolph, Kan. Contact: Galen Fink.

May 20 — AIJCA Junior Board Applications Due. Contact: AICA Youth Activities Coordinator.

November 2014

May 24-25 — Kansas State Junior Charolais Show, Hutchinson, Kan.

June 2014 June 14 — Sho-Me Classic Junior Charolais Show, Missouri State Fairgrounds, Sedalia, Mo. Contact: Linda Hickam, Melody Simpson or Annette Bonacker.

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November 23 — Polzin Cattle Leading Ladies Online Heifer & Embryo Sale. Contact: Chris Polzin.

December 2014 December 6 — Wright Charolais 4th Annual Female Sale, at the farm, Kearney, Mo. Auctioneer: Rob Nord. Sale Manager: Hubert Cattle Sales.


Advertising Rates EFFECTIVE WITH THE JAN. 2006 ISSUE

The following terms and conditions govern all advertising in the Charolais Journal, which is used without separate or additional contract terms.

BREEDER ADVERTISING SPACE Black & White  1x   11x 1 page $700 $600 2/3 page 510 450 1/2 page (h) 395 340 1/2 page (v) 450 370 1/3 page 270 220 1/4 page 215 180 1/6 page 155 130 1 inch 35 30 Position pgs (1-7) 1,150 Inside Covers 1,200 Back Cover 1,300 CLASSIFIEDS Prepaid. Rate: $1 per word, $25 min., paid in advance. Deadline 25th of the 2nd month preceding publication COLOR 1 standard additional color $175 - red or blue (availability basis) 1 non-standard color 275 - (availability basis) 4-color 475 Special color 475 Metallic color 600 ADDITIONAL CHARGES B/W photo (each) $15 Color photo (each) 50 4-Color page correction after approval (per page) 150 B/W or 2-Color page corrections after approval (per page) 100 After deadline charge 100

December 6 — 23rd Annual Rancher’s Choice Bull Sale, 1 p.m., Nixon Livestock Commission Company, Nixon, Texas. Auctioneer: Greg Clifton. Sale Manager: Outfront Cattle Service. December 13 — Hartman Cattle Company 19th Annual Customer Appreciation Sale, Tecumseh, Neb. Auctioneer: Steve Dorran. Sale Manager: Continental Livestock Services.

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Difficult ads requiring substantional extra production time will be charged a minimum $50/ hour rate. If you prefer no extra charges, request that the Journal staff simplify the ad if necessary at their discretion.

IN THE CALENDAR!

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DISCOUNTS A 5% discount for all advertising will be given if prepaid for one year. No agency commissions allowed on breeder rates.

ADVERTISING

Contact: David Hobbs (816) 464-2474 ext. 200

CANCELLATION POLICY Charges dependent upon stage of production will be invoiced to advertisers who cancel previously submitted advertising.

CLASSIFIED

For Sale: 20 straws of LT Unlimited Ease 9108 semen. Hart Charolais (402)760-0666

For Sale: Rare and Unusual Semen. RC Budsmydad 225 Polled (M355527) 7 straws at $100/straw; El Fortin 38th Imported (M8289) 5 ampules at $50/ampule; Shultz Tornado Poll 7S5 (VPM178962) 5 straws at $10/straw. Buyer pays shipping from Nichols CryoGenetics in Iowa. (320) 355-2191; info@onepennyranch.com

Contact David Hobbs (816) 464-2474, ext. 200, or dhobbs@charolaisusa.com with your Classified Advertising. CHAROLAIS JOURNAL

CLOSING DATES All advertising copy (including photos) must be in the Charolais Journal office by the 25th of the second month preceding publication, i.e. Jan. 25 for the March issue or the first working day thereafter. A $100 late fee will be applied to all late advertisements. Proof deadline: 20th of the second month preceding publication, i.e. Jan. 20 for March issue. ADVERTISING CONTENT The Charolais Journal reserves the right to refuse any advertising or copy at its sole discretion. The Charolais Journal assumes no responsibility for the accuracy and truthfulness of submitted advertising containing pedigrees or statements regarding performance. The Charolais Journal accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of any photographs supplied by other than its own staff. Advertisers shall imdemnify and hold harmless the Charolais Journal for any claims concerning advertising content as submitted. REPRINTS, CATALOGS AND BROCHURES Advertising and editorial reprints available. Sale catalogs and brochures are produced at special rates. Contact office for prices. Notice to advertisers: Advertising for sales scheduled prior to the 20th of the month of publication accepted at the advertiser’s risk. The Charolais Journal assumes no responsibility for distribution.

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ADVERTISERS’

21 Ranch..................................................... 84 5J Charolais................................................. 30 Akin Charolais.............................................. 81 Arlitt Ranch......................................... 3, 57-76 Aschermann Charolais ................................ 30 Bamboo Road Farms LLC............................ 81 Baney Charolais........................................... 30 Barnard Charolais........................................ 30 Barnes, Tommy............................................ 88 Bar J Charolais......................................... 6, 85 Bar S Ranch................................................. 82 Barton Charolais Ranch .............................. 86 Beavers Charolais........................................ 82 Ben Meriwether Livestock Photography.............. 88 Big Creek Charolais...................................... 30 Black Mingo Ranch...................................... 85 Boscamp’s Arrowhead Ranch...................... 85 Bovine Elite, LLC................................ 7, 10, 88 Bracewell Cattle Co...................................... 85 Brevig Charolais........................................... 83 Bridges Charolais......................................... 22 Broken Box Ranch....................................... 81 Browarny Photographics, Inc....................... 88 Bruner Polled Charolais............................... 85 Buddy’s Charolais............................... 3, 57-76 C & H Farms.................................................. 8 Cardinal Charolais....................................... 81 Castleberry’s Hilltop C Charolais................. 84 Cattleman, The............................................ 89 CattleMax..................................................... 88 Cattle Visions................................................ 50 Central Kentucky Charolais Classic.............. 25 Charolais Association of Texas...................... 85 Charolais Banner ........................................ 89 Chez Dartez Ranch...................................... 83 Circle Cee Charolais Farms.......................... 86 Clayford Ranch Charolais............................. 85 Clifton Management Co............................... 88 Compton Charolais...................................... 81 Conover, Al................................................... 88 Corman Charolais ....................................... 30 Cox Charolais............................................... 83 Crews Farms................................................ 15 Cross Mountain Cattle Co............................. 23 Crutcher, Matt.............................................. 88 Curfman Farms........................................... 81 Curfman, Rick ............................................ 88 DeBruycker Charolais.................................... 55 Dennis Charolais Farm................................ 85 DESCO Charolais Farm................................ 84 92  

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Dismukes Ranch........................................... 8 Doub Charolais............................................ 82 Double O Charolais...................................... 85 Double R Dees ............................................ 85 Dybdal Charolais.......................................... 83 Eaton Charolais...............................Inside Front Effertz Key Ranch ........................................ 84 Eggleston’s Charolais................................... 87 Endsley’s Charolais Farm............................ 83 Evans Charolais.................................. 3, 57-76 Fancy Creek Charolais.................................. 82 Fink Beef Genetics....................................... 82 Foglesong Charolais..................................... 81 Fox Hollow................................................... 84 Franz Ranch ................................................ 83 Gallagher...................................................... 88 Garrett Charolais.......................................... 22 Gay Livestock Insurance, Jerry .................... 89 Genex Cooperative................................... 9, 54 HLB Charolais.............................................. 86 Hale Farms............................................ 15, 30 Hang’n A Cattle Co....................................... 86 Hankins, Lynn.............................................. 22 Hann Family Spring Valley Ranches ............... 85 Hansen Farms.............................................. 87 Hart Charolais.............................................. 83 Hayden Farm............................................... 83 Heath Hyde Cattle Co.......................... 3, 57-76 Hebbert Charolais........................................ 83 Hubert Cattle Sales....................................... 89 Hubert Charolais Ranch ............................. 82 Hudspeth Farms.......................................... 15 Ibach Quarter Circle Ranch ........................ 83 James F. Bessler Inc..................................... 89 Jensen Charolais Ranch............................... 87 Jorgensen Charolais..................................... 81 JVS Cattle Co................................................... 6 K & K Charolais Ranch................................. 85 Keith Farms................................................. 82 Keppen Charolais......................................... 87 King Charolais.............................................. 84 L&N Charolais.............................................. 30 LaFraise Farms ........................................... 82 Lambert, Doak ............................................ 88 Laue Charolais Ranch.................................. 82 Lehman Charolais......................................... 85 Lindskov-Thiel Ranch............ 9, 16, Back Cover Little W Farm............................................... 22 M6 Charolais................................................ 85 MBS Charolais............................................. 30

M & M Charolais...................................... 5, 84 M & R Cattle................................................. 22 Marti Charolais Farm................................... 85 May, Roy & Son............................................ 22 McCary & Son Charolais Farm..................... 81 McNickle Charolais Ranch........................... 82 Mead Farms................................................. 30 Merial..................................................... 50, 51 Metzger Marketing....................................... 88 Michigan Charolais Breeders....................... 83 Mid Continent Farms..................................... 8 MidTenn Charolais ...................................... 22 Missouri Charolais Breeders............. 30, 33-40 Missouri State Sale.................................. 33-40 Mitchell Management ................................. 89 ML Lewis Charolais...................................... 82 MOGO Charolais.......................................... 81 Morton, Bob................................................. 89 Mountain View Charolais............................. 81 National CUP Lab......................................... 88 New Hope Farm........................................... 84 Nipp Charolais............................................. 84 Nord Farms.................................................. 82 Nord, Robert ............................................... 88 Nubbin Ridge Farm...................................... 85 Oak Hill Farm.............................................. 81 Oakwater Ranch........................................... 83 Odden Charolais Ranch............................... 87 Outfront Cattle Service ................................ 89 Patman Charolais......................................... 86 Pearls Pics.................................................... 88 Peterson Farms Charolais............................ 30 Philip Livestock Auction............................... 20 Prairie Valley Farms, lnc.............................. 87 Raile Charolais Farm................................... 82 Rambur Charolais, Ltd................................ 83 Ramro LLC................................................... 86 Reaves Charolais.......................................... 22 Reich Charolais Ranch ................................ 87 Ridder Farms........................................... 8, 30 Rio Ranch.................................................... 86 Riverdale Land & Livestock.......................... 30 Rocking S Ranch, LLC.................................. 14 Rogers Bar HR .............................................. 1 Roy Charolais............................................... 83 Runft Charolais Ranch, Myron..................... 82 SW&S Cattle Co............................................ 86 Sale of Excellence................................... 57-76 Sandmeier Charolais.................................... 87 Satterfield Charolais....................................... 9

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Sayre Cattle Service...................................... 89 Schrader Ranch........................................... 82 Schurrtop Angus & Charolais....................... 84 Shadow Springs Farm.................................. 83 Sho-Me Classic Junior Show........................ 27 Skeans Cattle Co........................................... 86 Sleepy Valley Farm Charolais........................ 84 South Dakota Charolais Breeders.................. 87 Southern Cattle Co....................................... 10 Sparrow Farms............................................. 86 Stalcup Farms Charolais.............................. 82 Steffensen Charolais.................................... 87 Stewart’s Charolais....................................... 87 Sturgess Double S Cattle.............................. 85 Sullivan Supply...................................... 49, 88 Summerford Charolais, BJR........................ 81 TC Cattle Co.................................................. 86 Tennessee Charolais Breeders..................... 22 Testerman Charolais.................................... 10 Thomas Charolais, Inc. (TX)........................ 86 Thomas Ranch (SD)...................................... 2 Tiger Country Charolais............................... 30 Trinity Valley Community College Rch.......... 86 TWJ Charolais Farm..................................... 55 Vaughan Family Ranch................................ 82 Vedvei Charolais Ranch................................ 87 Vermeer....................................................... 55 Volunteer Charolais ..................................... 22 Wagonhammer Ranches.............................. 84 Wagon Wheel Charolais Ranch .................... 84 Wakefield Farms........................................... 83 Weaver Leather Livestock................. 52, 53, 56 Webb Charolais Farm................................... 85 Weber Charolais Farm ................................. 87 Welcome Grove Charolais ........................... 22 Wells Charolais Ranch................................. 87 West Fork Ranch.......................................... 84 Wheat State Thaw-Out Online Auction......... 31 White’s Skyline Charolais (OH)................... 84 Wienk Charolais Ranch.......................... 12, 13 Wild Indian Acres................................... 16, 30 Windy Hill Charolais Farms.......................... 30 Wooden Cross Cattle Co......................... 11, 82 Wright Charolais...................................30, IBC Wright Charolais Farm (WI)......................... 86 Zeisler Charolais.......................................... 84 ZOE Charolais.............................................. 30


Thank You

Our thanks to all the purebred breeders who partnered with us during our March 8th Bull Sale. Listed below are some of the higher sellers. ORDER YOUR SEMEN TODAY: $20/straw; $35/signing

Lot 1 WC CCC Devil’s Cut 3444 P ET $18,000 1/2 interest, fall possession

Lot 5 WC CCC Jameson 3449 P ET $18,000 2/3 interest, full possession

Lot 12 WC Unleashed 3128 P ET $26,000 1/2 interest, spring possession

Lot 31 WC Sky’s The Limit 3184P $30,000 2/3 interest, full possession

Lot 33 WC Boardwalk 3216 P $14,500 2/3 interest, full possession

Lot 38 WC Over Time 3015 P $18,000 2/3 interest, full possession

Lot 92 WC Land Shark 3118 P $26,000 2/3 interest

Lot 94 WC Total Rush 3044 P $10,500 1/2 interest, fall possession

Lot 140 WC Going The Distance 2538 $15,000 1/2 interest, fall possession

Broberg Charolais, Tilden, Nebraska

Lindskov-Thiel Ranch, Isabel, South Dakota

Wild Indian Acres, Clear Creek, Hale Farms & G4 Charolais

These other purebred buyers also purchased over $10,000: Lot 42 WC Long Distance 3018 P $10,000 Grace Farms, Albany, Missouri Lot 122 WC Ledger 2537 $12,000 2/3 interest Roy Charolais, Mansura, Louisiana

Lot 125 WC Steel Curtain 2524 P $10,500 2/3 interest Drew Foglesong, Ipava, Illinois

Lot 126 WC Hard As Steel 2516 $10,500 2/3 interest Steppler, Miami, Manitoba, Canada

Bar J Charolais, Liverpool, Texas & JVS Cattle Co., Sulphur, Louisiana

JV Charolais, Derby, Kansas & Hubert Charolais Ranch, Monument, Kansas

Pro Cattle Inc., Charles City, Iowa & Pat Maher, Timberlake, South Dakota

Derry & Mary Wright 42922 Old Hwy. 10 • Richmond, MO 64085 816-776-3512 farm office 816-456-3792 cellular dwright@wrightfarms.net www.wccharolais.com Chris Peuster, Managing Partner 816-529-2190 cellular

Cavender Ranch, Jacksonville, Texas

Beaver Charolais, Collinns, Iowa

Cavender Ranch, Jacksonville, Texas

Also our thanks to our repeat commercial bull buyers and to our new customers that made selections that day to push our average on 113 bulls to a humbling $7,303 average.

Thanks again for your confidence in our genetics!


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