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Maine-Anjou

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BOE Epic has quickly proven he is the Maine-Anjou bull we have been waiting for. He is siring the elite females and premier herd sires. In his first calf crop he produced the Champion Bull and female at the 2019 National Western, the top selling Maine-Anjou Bull in the Denver Bright Lights Sale, Champion Bull and the Champion Junior Maine-Anjou Female at the 2019 Fort Worth Stock Show. Epic is here to stay and will impact the Maine-Anjou breed in years to come. Epic semen is only be available in special auctions and in Buck Cattle Co online sales.

SEMEN $100/ unit; 10 unit minimum order. Owned by Buck Cattle Co.

BOE Ferris 35F SIRE | BOE Epic

75% Maine-Anjou DAM | RSCC Roxbury

SEMEN $50/ unit. Available from these distributors Pure Beef Genetics, Cattle Visions and Genesource. Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Bull, 2019 National Western Stock Show and 2019 Fort Worth Stock Show

WHITNEY WALKER 2019 Kansas Beef Expo Champion Maine-Anjou Female. Sired by BOE Epic. Bred by Moore Cattle Co. ADDISON SOPCHAK 2019 FWSS Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female. Sired by BOE Epic. Bred by Moore Cattle Co.

WHITNEY WALKER 2019 NWSS Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female. Sired by BOE Epic. Bred by Dupree Cattle Co.

DUEL Icon 802F One of the hottest young herd sires of 2019. Sired by BOE Epic. Bred by Duello Cattle Co. Owned by Duello, Wise and Phil Lautner.

JIRL, BRENDA & BAILEY BUCK

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MAINE ANGUS MAINE ANGUS COLOR STANDARDS

• All qualifying individuals will be predominately solid black or red in color. White markings are only allowed on the underline and switch of the tail. • Starting Jan. 1, 2019 - All animals that have qualified and registered as Maine Angus prior to Jan. 1, 2019 will retain their Maine Angus papers but will not be able to exhibit/show in the Maine Angus division, however, these animals are eligible to show as MaineTainers.

The Maine-Angus program is a initiative created by the American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) to showcase the complementation of Maine-Anjou genetics when crossed with Angus or Red Angus cattle. This program will reveal Maine-Anjou cattle’s ability to enhance feed efficiency and red meat yield when placed on British based genetics. This program should provide seedstock that will increase production and carcass yield through heterosis. The name Maine Angus is both strong and informative by stating exactly what breeds are present in said animal. The standard is both parents must be registered at the AMAA, American Angus Association (AAA) or Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) will provide validated lineage and genetic information along with valuable EPDs. Through a partnership with the AAA our EPDs will be updated with the latest genetic evaluation by the AAA which will provide the breeders and customers the best genetic prediction available. This program is focused on producing quality registered offspring that will aid in the incorporation of Maine-Anjou

genetics into the mainstream of the USA beef sector. PROGRAM STANDARDS • Maine Angus refers to cattle with the following characteristics: • The animal will have between 3/8 Maine-Anjou to 5/8 MaineAnjou blood and have between 3/8 registered Angus to 5/8 registered Angus and/or registered Red Angus blood. • The standard is both parents must be registered at the AMAA, American Angus Association (AAA) or Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) will provide validated lineage. • Qualifying cattle can have no more than 1/8 of non-registered blood or other breeds. • A registered Maine Angus bull must be proven free of genetic defects PHA and TH. Depending on the Maine Angus bull’s genetic makeup, the individual must also be proven free of known Angus lethal genetic defects (Ex. AM, NH and CA) and/or known lethal Red Angus genetic defects (Ex. AM, NH, CA

and OS) whether determined by pedigree or test. • A registered Maine Angus female must be proven free of PHA and TH, whether identified by pedigree or test. MAINE ANGUS COLOR STANDARDS • All qualifying individuals will be predominately solid black or red in color. White markings are only allowed on the underline and switch of the tail. • Starting Jan. 1, 2019 - All animals that have qualified and registered as Maine Angus prior to Jan. 1, 2019 will retain their Maine Angus papers but will not be able to exhibit/show in the Maine Angus division, however, these animals are eligible to show as MaineTainers.

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2019 AMAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REGION 1 Troy Jones P.O. Box 35, Harrod, OH 45850 M: (419) 230-8675 jonesshowcattle@hotmail.com

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Andy Jones 1729 Van Gundy Rd., Chapin, IL 62628 M: (815) 228-7820 ajones@mix30.com Cliff Randall 2043 Robert Gray St., Vidalia, LA 71373 M: (318) 719-0560 Maines10@aol.com Cory Thomsen 13714 Bethel Blacktop Rd., Farmington, AR 72730 M: (605) 996-2899 REGION 2 DJ Folkerts 463 30th Ave., Jasper, MN 56144 M: (507) 348-4919 evfm@frontiernet.net Beau Ebersole 1935 280th Ave., Kellerton, IA 50133 M: (515) 971-8461 ebersolecattleco@yahoo.com

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REGION 3 Jirl Buck - 2nd Vice President 18478 Cattle Dr., Madill, OK 73446 M: (580) 795-4865 jirl@buckcattle.com Danny Dupree - Secretary/Treasurer P.O. Box 1192, Clinton, OK 73601 M: (580) 445-7595 ddupree@bar-s.com Brian Fox - 1st Vice President 3574 County Road 22, Fort Morgan, CO 80701 M: (970) 313-7224 Brian.m.fox@hotmail.com Leon Matlock 25118 C.R. 1380, Anadarko, OK 73005 M: (405) 222-7979 lmatlock@wichitaonline.net AT-LARGE Mark Beauprez 11780 Mimosa Rd., Byers, CO 80103 M: (303) 822-9260 markb@netecin.net Wyatt DeJong 16600 W. Burmood Rd., Wood River, NE 68883 M: (605) 842-5683 Dejongranch.wyatt@gmail.com Jim Opperman 10493 290th St.. Manning, IA 51455-8604 M: (712) 210-6013 Opperman@mmctsu.com

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The future is bright for Maine-Anjou! Photo taken by Katie Roberti.

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Maine-Anjou by BK Xikes

MaineTainer by Epic Charolais by Outsider

Angus by Blue Chip

Polled Hereford by Authority

Maine-Anjou by Makers Mark

Maine-Anjou by Epic

SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019

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SELLING 70 HEAD

Maine-Anjou, MaineTainer, Horned Hereford, Polled Hereford, Charolais, Angus, Chianina and Commercial show prospects. Females were born July through November 2018.

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MAINE-ANJOU Headquarters

M. BLAKE NELSON AMAA Executive Vice President

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Greetings, I don’t know about you, but I am anxiously looking forward to spring and warmer weather! This year has started off strong for Maine-Anjou with a great showing at the National Western in Denver, Colo. Highlights from the 2019 exhibition are increased entries in the hill show, higher sale prices/ averages in the Bright Lights Sale and more interest and visibility for Maine-Anjou as a whole. The sale and show had many spectators and many onlookers from outside the breed. This type of energy reminds us of how important it is to stay diligent in our pursuits and work for the future of this great breed. Another update that we are glad to have in place is the updated EPDs from Angus Genetics Inc., (AGI). I would encourage all of you to look at your animal’s new EPDs. There was not a major change in the breed averages for specific traits, but there were some individuals that made substantial swings in both positive and negative values. The implementation of genomic information incorporated to genetic evaluation is a step in the right direction. Why you might ask? I believe that the more predictive information and more weights and measurements included, the closer we become in being able to more accurately identify the genetic capabilities of an animal and their offspring. I always want to emphasize that I believe EPDs are one of the many tools that are to be utilized as part of a selection method in cattle. It is up to you, as a producer, in how much you would like to use them in your operation. I am a staunch believer that there is no substitute for visual evaluation of an animal’s confirmation in the selection process, but I also strongly believe that the information in hand will help me make the best decision I can.

Breeds that have a sizable representation in the commercial bull market have heavily implemented the use of EPDs and genomics to improve predictability and more quickly identify those that need to be influencing the genepools within their breeds and for their customers operations. The fact that our current EPDs have more data infused into their calculations improves their accuracy and we continue to make strides in providing the tools needed for your’s and your customer’s success. This time of the year is always exciting for me with the new calf crop hitting the ground, the next generation of animals being sold and marketed and the promise of green grass. The future is bright for Maine-Anjou, but we all must continue to put in the work and efforts to moving forward. Even though we have seen an influx of new interest, we still have to be progressive in our planning so that we can reap the rewards. The AMAA staff is committed to helping you reach your goals and bring more value to Maine-Anjou cattle. I challenge myself every day to grow as a person and to work towards goals that I have set for our breed. I know that many of you do this as well for your operation and I just want to say Thank You!! I would also like to remind you to check out the AMAA Maine Max Bull Test Sale that will be online via DV Auctions on March 28th, 2019. This is a great set of bulls from some of the top Maine-Anjou programs in the United States. The bulls will be backed by gain and performance records as well as ultrasound data. If you have any questions or we can assist you or your customers in any way please let us know! Best regards, Blake


BNWZ Jose HAA Target − Purebred

Maternal Made BPF Mercedes Benz − 50% Maine-Anjou

BK Ferris 35F BOE Epic - 3/4 Maine-Anjou

Memphis Mafia I-80 - 3/4 Maine-Anjou

May We All Daddy’s Money - 1/2 Maine-Anjou

All That Matters MINN Hard Whiskey − PB Maine-Anjou

No Worries GOET I-80 − 3/4 Maine-Anjou

MINN Hybrid Silveiras Style − 3/8 Maine-Anjou

BPF Comfort Zone Mercedes Benz − Purebred

Bourbon Street No Worries − Purebred

Summit − 3/8 Maine-Anjou

DCC Hard Drive 138R − Purebred

Testify

GOET I-80 − 3/4 Maine-Anjou

Daddy’s Money − PB

I-67 I-80 − 50% Maine-Anjou

Simplify BSC Simplicity − PB Maine-Anjou

RRRC SPORTY MONEY 402B RBT Sport Illustrated 33 − Purebred

Family Money Daddy’s Money − 3/4 Maine-Anjou

BBR Denver BBBN X - PB Maine-Anjou

Black Power Play I Believe - 1/2 Maine-Anjou

Daddy’s Money I-80 − 3/4 Maine-Anjou

TLM Edge TLM Passion − Purebred

NAGE Ante Up GVC Suh − Purebred

Rum Chatta Irishman − MaineTainer

BFJV Margin - Irish Whiskey X Broker

SAK Burwell 181e SAK Summit - 3/8 Maine-Anjou

Cowan’s Kingmaker I-80 - PB Maine-Anjou

Class On Class Daddy’s Money - 3/4 Maine-Anjou

State of Mind Comfort Zone - 1/2 Maine-Anjou

EVFM Night Train HAA Wisdom - Purebred

Slider Angus

Colburn Primo Angus

5T Power Chip Angus

Musgrave Sky High Angus

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McKinley

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MaineTainer & 1/2 Simmental

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The HOTTEST Sires are here!

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MAINE-ANJOU Commercial Connection

JOSHUA CRIBBS AMAA Director of Commercial Development

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It seems like after Christmas things kick into high gear for the ag community, especially in the beef production business. This January and February have been extra busy. Many are fighting the weather and continuing to work on cleaning things up from the wet Fall we had in the northern part of the U.S. Between tending to laboring heifers and cows and newborn calves, we are trying to search out and secure this year’s AI breeding choices. That means running from bull sale to bull sale trying to re-up the bull battery for the upcoming breeding season. A momentary reflection and take away from the 2019 Brights Lights Sale shows that interest in the Maine-Anjou breed has renewed vigor. With an increased sale average, hype for many upcoming new bulls that will be collected this spring is rather high. What is always intriguing at this time is what is going to be the “big picture” buying point everyone is after in their bull selection. It typically ranges from selection of low birth weight and calving ease sires to cow bulls that will pack a punch and deliver 1,500 pound fed cattle. With that, there are some things to think about during this buying season and new boxes to put on your bull procurement check list. With the new release of Angus Genetics Inc., (AGI) single step EPDs we can now see a true spread in our EPDs and the difference in calving ease and growth are now more evident and rewarded. The other thing that will come into play this bull buying year is the first of yearling Maine Angus

bulls. We are already seeing the impact of the inclusion of good numbered Angus cattle into our breed with the resulting EPD spreads from Birth to Yearling and the increase in Milk and Marbling figures. Bull buyers in the ccommercial beef business have plenty of breed options every spring to bull up. That why it’s important to market to them and what they are after. Rugged, heavy, fast growing cattle are always in demand especially with a palatable and progressive genetic profile. We are on our third year of the Maine Max Bull Sale, and we’re seeing a difference in the cattle that are reaching that particular sale. This year will highlight two groups of bulls. A group of Maine Angus bulls and a group of High/Purebred bulls. The quality is up and so are the weights and frames. As the bull buying season continues, stay cognizant of what cattle are selling and what they are selling for. It’s always interesting to watch the trend. Pay close attention to the popular sire groups. As you make your Angus sire selection(s) for the addition of Maine Angus cattle into your own program, take the time to look at the how those EPDs are going to affect future generations. There are plenty of Angus cattle that have the look of quality that still come with an easily applicable genetic pedigree bred into them. The bottom line is the beef business is derived from the sale of commercial feeder calves. The principles of weight and growth make the difference in driving a profit and keeping your bull buyers happy!


The Truline Program

Performance cattle based off of Performance Pedigrees and Performance EPDs.

TLM DEPTH CHARGE

TLM Progress 341A X TLM MISS SS 264Z Reg. #471595 - Purebred - May 1, 2016 BW: 90 Adj. WW: 713 REA: 18.4 Fat: 0.3 SC 43 Homozygous Black SEMEN AVAILABLE!

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TLM Progress Sire of TLM Depth Charge Progress pictured in his working clothes!

TLM Miss SS 264Z Dam of TLM Depth Charge Her first 3 calves have all been TLM Herd Sires!

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A BREED BUILDER TLM Dept Charge is our newest Herd Sire and a culmination of everything we strive for here at T ruline Maines in a PUREBRED, HOMOZYGOUS BLACK Maine-Anjou package!

TLM Depth Charge Picture at one year of age. Depth Charge recorded the heaviest weaning weight of his age group at weaning.

TLM Depth Charge Division Champion 2019 NWSS

Thank you to all those who took the time to stop by our pen in Denver and who purchased our consignments in the 2019 Bright Lights Sale! CHAMPION PUREBRED MAINE-ANJOU HEIFER TLM MISS ED 742E TLM Edge 449B X TLM Miss Amy 332A Reg. #482492 - Purebred - Feb. 10, 2017

Second Place Purebred Pen NWSS Pen-of-Three Bulls

**Check out the TLM bulls selling on the 2019 Maine Max Bull Test in Wamego, Kan. Sale day is March 28 on DV Auction!**

Truline Maines Everett - Steve - Mike Forkner 9282 E. Indian Line Rd.• Richards, MO 64778

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O H I O M A I N E - A N J O U A S S O C I AT I O N Friday and Saturday, March 15 & 16

Columbus, Ohio Ohio Expo Center in conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo Sale Preview: Friday @ 2 pm -- Auction: Saturday @ 2 pm

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February Purebred BOE Epic x SLC Sooner

February 75% Team Blake x HAA Wisdom

March 75% HAA Wisdom x ASCC Polygraph

March Purebred HAA Wisdom x GOET I-80

March 2YO GOET I-80 x Mr NLC Upgrade

September 2017 37.50% Daddy's Money x TC Freedom

February 62.50% Daddy's Money x BBBN X

February 62.50% Team Blake x GOET I-80

February 62.50% BPF Middle Man x Daddy's Money

PLAN TO ATTEND A GREAT EVENT - THIS AUCTION PRODUCES BREED LEADERS EACH YEAR Catalogs available now at primetime.marketing or by calling the event managers at 1.877.800.9230 MARCH/APRIL 2019

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March 50% Maternal Made x GOET I-80

March 50% Team Blake x SAV Bismarck

March 25% Musgrave Sky High x Daddy's Money

April 62.50% Daddy's Money x PKE We Go

April 50% Dual Threat x GVC Suh

April 62.50% The Witch Doctor x Ready 2 Rumble

January 75% DCC Hard Drive x DCC Mercedes 701P

April 75% No Worries x Team Blake

December 25% Maternal Made x Chain Reaction

February 37.50% Plum Creek Paradox x GVC Maverick

February 25% Maternal Made x CSCX Bandwagon

June 37.50% GOET Set Me Free x GOET I-80

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AMAA MAINE MAX PERFORMANCE TESTED BULL SALE MARCH 28 ON DV AUCTIONS DVAUCTION.COM

SELLING

25 bulls will sell - Maine Angus, Maine-Anjou & MaineTainer. The bulls have been developed at the Kansas Bull Development center in Wamego, Kan. Bulls will have complete: - EPDs - Test data - Ultrasound measurements

- Breeding soundness information

2019 BULL SALE CONSIGNORS NAGEL CATTLE COMPANY MICHAEL & JENNIFER RIGBY TRULINE MAINES DEJONG RANCH BLIND BADGER RANCH RACHAEL ANN CARLSON CHANCE & VINCENT FRIEDLY JIM OPPERMAN MAX REDGATE MARCH/APRIL 2019

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QUESTIONS? Josh Cribbs (813) 967-6949 maine-anjou.org


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INTRODUCING

A Special thanks to Lautner Farms and Korky Wise for purchasing One-Half interest in Icon…

the Highest Valued Maine Bull in recent history!!!

DUEL

TAKEN 12/1/18

TAKEN 1/19/19

802F HOW DO YOU BEGIN TO EXPLIAN SOMETHING THAT UNTIL NOW YOU HAVE ONLY IMAGINED!!! This is how strongly we feel about this great young bull. The pictures are awesome, the video is great and even more reveling but when you see him in real life…HE IS CAPTIVATING. Icon, took Denver 2019 by storm being described by many as “The most complete, highest quality multipurpose Sire to come on the scene in A LONG TIME…MABE EVER. He is a breath of fresh air… A Three Quarter Maine with as much balance, smoothness, structural quality, mobility and profile as you will find in a stout made, square built, heavy muscled, clean designed, up headed, perfect footed, clean jointed, good haired baldy of any breed or cross. He is from the first calf crop out of BOE Epic. The first 10 Epic daughters sold this Fall at Buck Cattle Company averaged $34,610 with two head over the $100,000 mark. Icon is backed a proven maternal Maine Anjou pedigree that is hard to beat…The first six cows on the bottom side of his pedigree are ALL GREAT FEMALES dating back to the 1990 National Champion Maine, Sweet Cheeks. We feel like he is sure to be the NEXT GO TO SIRE to generate those highly sought after High Maine, Maintianer and Maine-Angus show heifers. As important, his contribution to the club calf and composite female industry will be dramatic…And he will sire show steers as well.

the first semen will be sold online when available. semen can be purchased from the owners and major distributors BRED BY:

DUELLO CATTLE CO. 307.220.3645

OWNED WITH:

LAUTNER FARMS 800.515.3284 KORKY WISE 940.839.6172

ICON is a Three Quarter Maine Anjou sired by BOE EPIC. Out of a Dam by No Worries x BKRI Trendsetter x Tyson x Jazz x Magic x Sweet Cheecks Born 3/2/18 – BW 92 – SC 41cm – THF, PHAF, DSF

“Icon is the most near perfect bovine that I have ever been associated with”… A REAL GAME CHANGER

- Dr. Dave Duello

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GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER BULL

RES. GRAND MAINETAINER BULL

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE FEB. 9, 2017 EXHIBITED BY GATEWAY GENETICS, PIERCE, NEB. & MARTIN LIVESTOCK, BARGERSVILLE, IND.

SIRE: BUSHS UNBELIEVABLE 423 APRIL 20, 2018 EXHIBITED BY NORTH FORK LAND & LIVESTOCK, AUGUSTA, MONT.

ML MVP 23E ET CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

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NFLL 101F CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF


Maine-Anjou Bulls

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU BULL

RES. GRAND MAINE-ANJOU BULL

SIRE: BOE EPIC MARCH 3, 2018 EXHIBITED BY BUCK CATTLE CO., MADILL, OKLA.

SIRE: DUAL THREAT 305A APRIL 4, 2018 EXHIBITED BY WINEGARDNER SHOW CATTLE, LIMA, OHIO & BOYERT SHOW CATTLE, SEVILLE, OHIO

BK FERRIS 35F CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF - DIV. 1

BMWC HARD TO REPLICATE 404F ET RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF - DIV. 1

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NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW Maine-Anjou Females

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

SIRE: BOE EPIC FEB. 19, 2018 EXHIBITED BY WHITNEY WALKER, PRAIRIE GROVE, ARK.

SIRE: BK XIKES X59 MAY 25, 2017 EXHIBITED BY SAMANTHA VAN VORHIS, BOWLING GREEN, OHIO

DUP FEATURE 801 ET CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

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TJSC LUCKY LADY 164E ET CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING


Maine-Angus Females

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE ANGUS FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE ANGUS FEMALE

SIRE: PLUM CREEK PARADOX 161B DAM: SLHT LADY 112Z MARCH 16, 2016 EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

SIRE: SULL SLAM DUNK APRIL 20, 2018 EXHIBITED BY CARLEE CLARK, MULDROW, OKLA.

SLHT CLEOPATRA 602D CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

FAMOUS FEFE CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

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NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW MaineTainer Females

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

SIRE: JAKE NIKKEL, MCPHERSON, KAN. APRIL 28, 2017 EXHIBITED BY JAKE NIKKEL, MCPHERSON, KAN.

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE MARCH 15, 2018 EXHIBITED BY TY GOSS, LEEDEY, OKLA.

TSSC SUGAR AND SPICE 779E ET CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

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GCC HOPE FLOATS 524F CHAMPION JUNIOR CALF - DIV. 1


Junior F emales

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

SIRE: DADDY’S MONEY APRIL 22, 2017

SIRE: BK XIKES X59 MAY 25, 2017

JPV MISS MAKE ME WANNA ET CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

TJSC LUCKY LADY 164E ET CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

EXHIBITED BY VADA VICKLAND, LONGMONT, COLO.

EXHIBITED BY SAMANTHA VAN VORHIS, BOWLING GREEN, OHIO

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE ANGUS FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE ANGUS FEMALE

SIRE: PLUM CREEK PARADOX 161B MARCH 16, 2016

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE MAY 3, 2017

SLHT CLEOPATRA 602D CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

M&M JANE CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

EXHIBITED BY ABAGAIL WOOD, LEAVENWORTH, KAN.

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE FEB. 24, 2017

SIRE: WLFF FRANCIS 050C APRIL 22, 2017

BMWC LUCY 224E CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

EXHIBITED BY JULIA FRYE, JOHNSTOWN, COLO.

WLFF MISS FRAN 37E RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

EXHIBITED BY HADLEY DUNKLAU, WAYNE, NEB.

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MAINETAINER BULLS

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF - DIV. 1

CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: PRUESS AFTER HOURS FEB. 10, 2018

SIRE: DADDY’S MONEY 55Z SEPT. 3, 2017

ON THE ROCKS

EXHIBITED BY ASHTYN DANKER, AVOCA, IOWA MAINE-ANJOU BULLS

PJAJ FREE MONEY 6E

EXHIBITED BY JONES CATTLE CO., CHAPIN, ILL.

No Photo CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING

SIRE: BOE GARTH APRIL 12, 2017

SIRE: YARDLEY BIG STEP B382 FEB. 17, 2017

SIRE: TLM PROGRESS 341A MAY 1, 2016

TREB MR SHAMELESS

EXHIBITED BY TREVOR BORMANN, ALGONA, IOWA

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DRSS DYNASTY 182E

EXHIBITED BY DUN RITE AG SERVICE ROXBURGH, BENTLEY, AB

TLM DEPTH CHARGE 675D

EXHIBITED BY TRULINE MAINES, RICHARDS, MO.


s e l a m e F u o j n A e Main No Photo CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: BK XIKES X59 APRIL 4, 2018

SIRE: BNWZ DATA BANK 1311C ET MARCH 2, 2018

SIRE: DADDY’S MONEY 55Z FEB. 10, 2018

BKMT FASHION STATEMENT 815 ET

NAGE MS DATA BANK 98F

JBT DADDY’S GIRL 10F

EXHIBITED BY ACE MCHATTON, MADILL, OKLA.

EXHIBITED BY KYNLEE DAILEY, KINGSTON, OKLA.

EXHIBITED BY CLINT MAIN, SEYMOUR, IND.

CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

RES. CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

RES. CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

SIRE: BBR BLADE 10B NOV. 29, 2017

SIRE: ALL THAT MATTERS 109B NOV. 3, 2017

SIRE: LFCC UNSTOPPABLE 727X MAY 12, 2017

PJAJ ALLI 602E

BNBA ENDEAVOR 113E

EXHIBITED BY BRAYDEN FREEMAN, WINCHESTER, ILL.

EXHIBITED BY SL & JENNA CRAFT, ANADARKO, OKLA.

CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

SIRE: GCC GOOSE 3110 FEB. 4, 2017

SIRE: BPF MERCEDES BENZ 131U APRIL 11, 2017

BKMT EVER AFTER 726 ET

EXHIBITED BY MOORE CATTLE CO., MADILL, OKLA.

BWHS HERMIONE

EXHIBITED BY BERREN STROPE, ONEILL, NEB.

WSCC WINNIE 182E ET

EXHIBITED BY SHELBY STEPHENSON, FORTVILLE, IND.

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RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: BOE GARTH MAY 5, 2018

SIRE: EXAR CLASSEN 1422B FEB. 4, 2018

SIRE: SILVEIRAS EL CAPITAN 6510 FEB. 3, 2018

WSCC PRINCESS 67F ET

EXHIBITED BY TAYLOR GOERING, MCPHERSON, KAN.

BPC CINDY 1F

RIGBY’S VALERIE 39F ET

EXHIBITED BY TYLER LOUDON, CRESTON, IOWA

EXHIBITED BY JENTRY RIGBY, FAIRVIEW, UT

No Photo CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

SIRE: COLBURN PRIMO 5153 MAY 8, 2017

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 MAY 3, 2017

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 MARCH 10, 2017

WSCC TIPSY 30E

M&M JANE

PSC CRESCENDO 310E

s e l a m e F s u g n A e Main

EXHIBITED BY KENDON MCALISTER, GREEN FOREST, ARK.

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EXHIBITED BY ABBY WOOD, LEAVENWORTH, KAN.

EXHIBITED BY ADELYDA EBERSOLE, KELLERTON, IA


s e l a m e F r e n i a T e Main

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: LLIN EXIT RAMP MARCH 15, 2018

SIRE: DADDY’S MONEY 55Z JAN. 20, 2018

SIRE: BOE GARTH FEB. 26, 2018

JACW MS BRANDY

HAUGE FLO 002F

EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

RES. CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE OCT. 2, 2017

SIRE: DUAL THREAT 305A OCT. 4, 2017

GCC BLACKBIRD E417

EXHIBITED BY TURNER LONGACRE, KELLYVILLE, OKLA.

BOE MABLE

EXHIBITED BY BEAUPREZ LAND & CATTLE, BYERS, COLO.

CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

DPH BUCKY’S DREAM 704E ET

NMR MRS MATERNAL SOONER ET

EXHIBITED BY WYATT DUNKLAU, WAYNE, NEB.

EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE MAY 14, 2017

No Photo RES. CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE MAY 3, 2017

SIRE: NMR MATERNAL MADE FEB. 24, 2017

SCC SCH PHYLLIS 751R ET

EXHIBITED BY KALE ROBINSON, CUSHING, OKLA.

BMWC LUCY 224E

EXHIBITED BY JULIA FRYE, JOHNSTOWN, COLO.

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NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW MaineTainer Pen-of-Three

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER PEN-OF-THREE

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER PEN-OF-THREE

The three bulls include: GCC Centerpiece 8253F ET and GCC Whiskey Bent 8250F ET, sired by HOC Broker and GCC Double Hot 412F ET, sired by NMR Maternal Made. Averages include: age, 321 days; weight, 1,216 lb.; WDA, 3.81 lb.; REA, 14.87 in.; Fat, 0.25, SC, 37. CE: 5 BW: 3 WW: 42 YW: 59 MK: 20 TM: 41 MCE: 2

The three bulls include: WSCC Classic 311E ET, WSCC Legendary 310E ET and WSCC Authentic 309E ET, sired by W/C Relentless 32C. Averages include: age, 423 days; weight, 1,443 lb.; WDA, 3.41 lb.; REA, 18.93 in.; Fat, 0.33, SC, 37. CE: 6 BW: 1.9 WW: 43 YW: 62 MK: 24 TM: 46 MCE: 0

EXHIBITED BY GRISWOLD CATTLE CO., STILLWATER, OKLA.

EXHIBITED BY WILLOW SPRINGS CATTLE CO., PRAIRIE GROVE, ARK.

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Maine-Anjou Pen-of-Three

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU PEN-OF-THREE

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU PEN-OF-THREE

The three bulls include: BKMT First Rate 401F ET, sired by CMCC Maker’s Mark B5010 and BKMT First Edition 415F ET & BKMT First Choice, sired by BK Unlimited Power 472. Averages include: age, 305 days; weight, 1,142 lb.; WDA, 3.75 lb.; REA, 14.87 in.; Fat, 0.27, SC, 33.5. CE: 10.3 BW: 1 WW: 37 YW: 55.3 MK: 24.3 TM: 43 MCE: 2.67

The three bulls include: BBR Featured 2F ET and BBR Frontman 1F ET, sired by Daddy’s Money and BBR Finisher 4F, sired by BNWZ Data Bank 1311C ET. Averages include: age, 295 days; weight, 1,222 lb.; WDA, 4.14 lb.; REA, 15.68 in.; Fat, 0.25, SC, 35.7. CE: 9 BW: 0.3 WW: 43 YW: 54 MK: 17 TM: 39 MCE: 2

EXHIBITED BY BUCK CATTLE CO., & MORTON FARMS, STRATFORD, OKLA.

EXHIBITED BY BLIND BADGER RANCH, FORT MORGAN, COLO.

Sale Heifer Champions

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 MAY 3, 2017

SIRE: TLM EDGE 449B FEB. 10, 2017

M&M JANE

EXHIBITED BY ABAGAIL WOOD, LEAVENWORTH, KAN.

TLM MISS ED 742E

EXHIBITED BY TRULINE MAINES, RICHARDS, MO.

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Auctioneer - Steve Bonham, Newcastle, Okla. Sale Manager - Blake Nelson, AMAA SALE GROSS $311,790 a) Bulls (45 lots) $275,550 b) Females (5 lots) $26,500 c) Embryo’s (2 lots) $3,000 d) Semen (10lots) $674

$6,123.33 avg. $5,300 avg. $1,500 avg. $674 avg.

TOP SELLERS: BULLS Lot 43 GCC Makin Time 404F, a Feb. 20, 2018 son of NMR Maternal Made sold for $35,000 to the Makin Time Group and was consigned by Griswold Cattle Co, Stillwater, Okla. Lot 24 BOE Gronc ET , a March 22, 2018, purebred son of BOE Epic sold for $29,000 to the Gronc Group/Willow Springs Cattle Co., and was consigned by Beauprez Land & Cattle, Byers, Colo. Lot 21 BOE Crosby ET, a March 6, 2018, 3/4 son of BBR Rumor Mill sold for $15,000 to Garrett Holder and was consigned by Beauprez Land & Cattle, Byers, Colo. Lot 25 BBR Frontman 1F, a March 8, 2018, son of Daddy’s Money sold for $10,000 to Tyson King and was consigned by Blind Badger Ranch, Fort Morgan, Colo. HEIFERS: Lot 1 M&M Jane, a May 3, 2017, Maine Angus daugter of Silveiras Style sold for $13,000 to Diamond M Cattle Co., and was consigned by Abagail Wood, Leavenworth, Kan. Lot 3

Rigby Valerie 39F, a Feb. 3, 2018, a Maine Angus daughter by Silveiras El Capitan 6510 sold for $5,100 to Mikell O’Hara and was consigned by Jentrey Rigby, Fairview, Utah.

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Bulls • • •

AMAA DNA rules and regulations

All bulls born after January 1, 2014 must be TH and PHA free by test or pedigree in order to register. If a bull is found to be a carrier, he can register as a foundation or performance bull only, but all progeny will have to test free of that defect in order to register. Foundation bulls will carry their Maine-Anjou percentage to their offspring. All AI sires, regardless of breed and/or commercial, must have DNA, TH and PHA on file prior to registering any progeny. Maine Angus bulls must be TH and PHA free as well as AM, NH and CA free for black Angus and AM, NH, CA and OS free for Red Angus.

Females • • •

Carrier heifers out of carrier bulls born after January 1, 2014 can only be registered as foundation or performance only. Foundation carriers will carry their Maine-Anjou percentage to their offspring, but their offsprings must test free of that defect. All donor dams must have DNA, TH and PHA on file prior to registering their ET calves. If a donor is dead before a sample was procured, you must DNA, TH and PHA test all ET calves in order to register them. Maine Angus heifers must be TH and PHA free.

new in 2019 DNA process updates We will be adjusting the DNA testing process beginning in January 2019 in hopes of making this a quicker and easier process. This only changes the testing process through GeneSeek. We will still accept results from other labs. The new process is as follows: 1. Any animal being tested must have a number created within Digital Beef. Bulls and suspect heifers will have a performance number. AI sires and donor dams must be registered, have their foreign pedigree added or have a commercial number created to order testing. 2. After logging into Digital Beef and viewing your herd, find the animal that needs testing and check the box for DNA. If you have more than one animal to test, be sure to check the box for all the animals that need testing.

3. On the left side of the screen, select DNA. All of the animals you selected in the previous step should appear in this list. 4. For each animal, select the reason for testing. 5. If you use a hair card, blood card , TSU vial, etc., enter that unique barcode in the designated box. If you are not using one of those sample types, leave the box black, and GeneSeek will assign a barcode when the sample at arrives at the lab. Samples without unique barcodes must be properly labeled. 6. Select the sample type.

7. Next, select the tests you would like to order. 8. If you are testing for parent verification, you can enter the alternative sire’s registration number in the designated box. 9. Please leave any notes you would like the AMAA DNA department or GeneSeek to be aware of.

10. After clicking save, your DNA test request will be sent to the AMAA, and your account will be charged for the testing. You may then mail your samples to GeneSeek Inc., Attn: Samples, 4131 North 48th St., Lincoln, NE 68504-1408.

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AMERICAN MAINE-ANJOU ASSOCIATION

204 Marshall Rd. - Platte City, MO 64079 (816) 431-9950 or Maine@kc.rr.com maine-anjou.org

MAINE-ANJOU WILL...

- Increase REA - Correct Yield Grade Discounts - Improve Dressing Percentage

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The cattle feeding industry has

seen a strong influx in Quality Grade genetics and while chasing these premiums Yield Grades have suffered. Finding a balance and avoiding discounts is key. Maine-Anjou can make a difference with carcass driven Yield Grade genetics.

Carcass data reported averages from the entire group of cattle on feed from all three sources combined at Chappell Feeders in Chappell, Nebraska.

HCW CALC. YG PYG BF REA KPH % CHOICE % SELECT % STANDARD % YG 4 % YG 5

844 LBS. 2.45 3.18 0.47 15.1 2.0 58% 42% 0% <1% <1%

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Lindsey Broek American Junior Maine-Anjou Association

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AMAA

SCHOLARSHIPS Each year the the American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) offers scholarship opportunities for

deserving AJMAA members. Scholarship winners will be announced at the National Junior Heifer Show during the awards banquet on Thursday, June 27. See below for scholarship information and requirements. AMAA Scholarship:

- Applicant must be a current dues paying member of the American Junior Maine-Anjou Association (AJMAA). - Applicant must be at least a graduating high school student, but must not have reached their 21st birthday prior to May 1 of the current year. - The AMAA Scholarship may be awarded to an individual one time. Therefore, previous recipients of the scholarship are not eligible. - Applicant should display an interest in Maine-Anjou cattle and should be an active participant in the activities of the breed. - Applications must be submitted online by MAY 1, 2019 and include the following: - AMAA official online application for scholarship. - A personal letter of recommendation from a current dues paying Maine-Anjou breeder. - Two personal letters of recommendation from a non-relative that would fit into the following category: (County Agent; 4-H Advisor; FFA Advisor; Church Youth Advisor; Pastor; School Principal; School Superintendent; School Counselor or Employer.) **Recommendation letters will also be submitted online. A total of 3 letters will need to be submitted. See online recommendation form.**

John Boddicker Scholarship:

- Available to any AJMAA member entering their sophomore or junior year in college. - Can be eligible to win the scholarship more than once. - Participants must submit an essay about their involvement in the Maine-Anjou breed and why they would benefit from this scholarship.

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FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW

Bulls

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER BULL

RES. CHAMPION MAINETAINER BULL

SIRE: PJAJ FREE MONEY 6E SEPT. 3, 2017 EXHIBITED BY JONES CATTLE CO., CHAPIN, ILL.

SIRE: MINN HARD WHISKEY 591Y FEB. 16, 2017 EXHIBITED BY MACKENZIE MOLDENHAUR, VALLEY CENTER, KAN.

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER BULL

RES. CHAMPION MAINETAINER BULL

SIRE: BOE EPIC MARCH 3, 2017 EXHIBITED BY BUCK CATTLE CO., MADILL, OKLA.

SIRE: DUAL THREAT 305A APRIL 28, 2018 EXHIBITED BY COPELAND & SONS, NARA VISA, N.M.

PJAJ FREE MONEY CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF

BK FERRIS 35F CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF

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JUDGE: DONNIE BEGALKA, CASTLEWOOD, S.D.

TGLC TUFF 73M3R CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL

CCMM FULL TILT 803F RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF


Fullbloods

GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BULL

RES. CHAMPION FULLBLOOD BULL

SIRE: FCF RED HAWK 141B NOV. 7, 2017 EXHIBITED BY FANCY CREEK FARM, SHERMAN, ILL.

SIRE: TUGS ICHABOD MARCH 16, 2017 EXHIBITED BY CIRCLE TC CATTLE, SOMERVILLE, TEXAS

GRAND CHAMPION FULLBLOOD FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION FULLBLOOD FEMALE

SIRE: FCF RED HAWK 141B NOV. 24, 2017 EXHIBITED BY TYLER LOUDON, CRESTON, IOWA

SIRE: FCF RED HAWK 141B OCT. 6, 2017 EXHIBITED BY TYLER LOUDON, CRESTON, IOWA

FCF GENESIS 7200E CLASS 11 CHAMPION

FCF SEQUEL 7201E CLASS 3 CHAMPION

BREEDERS GROUP EXHIBITED BY SMOKY MAINES, GALESBURG, ND.

TUG SAINT NICK CLASS 12 CHAMPION

FCF 149B LADY IN RED 799E CLASS 3 SECOND PLACE

PRODUCE OF DAM EXHIBITED BY MCCULLOCH CATTLE CO., MAXWELL, TEXAS

GET-OF-SIRE EXHIBITED BY SMOKY MAINES, GALESBURG, ND.

BEST FOUR HEAD EXHIBITED BY SMOKY MAINES, GALESBURG, ND.

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GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 APRIL 18, 2017 EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

SIRE: MR HOC BROKER MARCH 1, 2017 EXHIBITED BY PARKER LOCKHART, FORT GIBSON, OKLA.

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

SIRE: BOE GARTH FEB. 12, 2017 EXHIBITED BY BERKLEY MCKAY, ORLANDO, OKLA.

SIRE: BK XIKES X59 APRIL 4, 2018 EXHIBITED BY ACE MCHATTON, MADILL, OKLA.

MINN STYLES GREATEST 246E CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

NAGE MS GARTH 54E CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

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GCC MISS BROKER 7205E ET RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING

BKMT FASHION STATEMENT 815F CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF


Divisions MAINE-ANJOU

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CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: BK XIKES X59 APRIL 4, 2018 EXHIBITED BY HADLEY DUNKLAU, WAYNE, NEB.

SIRE: BOE EPIC FEB. 19, 2018 EXHIBITED BY WHITNEY WALKER, PRAIRIE GROVE, ARK.

SIRE: KBSC SIMPLIFY 22C FEB. 4, 2018 EXHIBITED BY BRANDELYN BARRILLEAUX, OKLAHOMA

KMEM FOXY STELLA 71F ET

DUP FEATURE 801 ET

NAGE MS SIMPLIFY 35F

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RES. CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

SIRE: BBR BLADE 10B NOV. 29, 2017 EXHIBITED BY BRAYDEN FREEMAN, WINCHESTER, ILL.

SIRE: BNWZ GUCCI 703U DEC. 2, 2017 EXHIBITED BY NATALIE MAI, RHOME, TEXAS

SIRE: COWANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ALI 4M JUNE 29, 2017 EXHIBITED BY LARAHMY BLAKLEY, OOLAGAH, OKLA.

PJAJ ALLI 602E

RCPC PHILLY 703E

DRCC MISS EMERALD GEM ET

PREMIER BREEDER EXHIBITED BY FANCY CREEK FARM, SHERMAN, ILL.

PREMIER EXHIBITOR EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING TGLC JASPER 772C3E

SIRE: MINN HARD WHISKEY 591Y APRIL 8, 2017 EXHIBITED BY MACKENZIE MOLDENHAUER, VALLEY CENTER, KAN.

Junior MAINE-ANJOU

Judge: Jim Bloomberg, Illinois

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

RES. CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE

CMCC FULL MOON 8709F ET SIRE: BOE EPIC - MARCH 5, 2018 EXHIBITED BY ADDISON SOPCHAK, LIBERTY, TEXAS

WSCC NEW DREAMS SIRE: BPF MIDDLEMAN 511A - APRIL 4, 2017 EXHIBITED BY MALLORY MYRACLE, TELEPHONE, TEXAS

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FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW Divisions MAINETAINER

No Photo CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 1

CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

SIRE: EXIT RAMP MARCH 15, 2018 EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

SIRE: CIRCLE M TEJAS MAY 1, 2018 EXHIBITED BY AUSTIN BREEDING, MIAMI, TEXAS

SIRE: C&C MCKINLEY 3000 EXAR FEB. 4, 2018 EXHIBITED BY SARA SULLIVAN, DUNLAP, IOWA

RES. CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF - DIV. 2

CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

RES. CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF

SIRE: BOE EPIC FEB. 27, 2018 EXHIBITED BY LUCAS LEEFERS, EDGERTON, MO.

SIRE: EXAR SKYFALL 2735B NOV. 4, 2017 EXHIBITED BY HAYES DEVINE, NORMAN, OKLA.

SIRE: GOET I-80 NOV. 12, 2017 EXHIBITED BY GRACIE MOORE, LAMPASAS, TEXAS

JACW MS BRANDY

WSCC ANITA 13F

WC JAZZ GIRL

DC ENT ESSENTIAL 7001

GOET MISS MICKEY 6F ET

4MCC SASHA

No Photo CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

RES. CHAMPION SUMMER YEARLING

CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING

SIRE: LFCC UNSTOPPABLE 727X MAY 5, 2017 EXHIBITED BY TUCKER COLE SHILDERS, BOWIE, TEXAS

SIRE: SILVEIRAS STYLE MAY 3, 2017 EXHIBITED BY ABAGAIL WOOD, LEAVENWORTH, KAN.

SIRE: HETN NO WORRIES 138Z OCT. 25, 2016 EXHIBITED BY CODY JONES, KAUFMAN, TEXAS

PPP PRADA 03E

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MAINE-ANJOU Announcements, News & Events

DELINQUENT MAPP INVENTORIES: Those members participating in the herd reporting program that did NOT return a MAPP inventory should have received an invoice in the mail for all active cows. Please make sure to pay this invoice as soon as possible to avoid finance charges. No invoice adjustments will be made and all balances are expected to be paid. MAPP ENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS: MAPP enrollment may be completed online by following the steps below. • Log into your online account. If you have forgotten your password please email us at maine@amaapc.com. • Select “MAPP” on the left side tool bar • Click on the “Assessment-Age” tab • Click “Assess for 2019” on the left side if your cow will calf in 2019 • If you have a calf out of a disposed animal, enroll the animal first and then dispose of the cow. Dispose will cancel that animal from your inventory. • Keep donor dams active and enroll them each year. • No Action is required for an animal that will not calve in 2019 so do not dispose of it. You will continue to the next animal to enroll. • Do Not select “Complete Yearly MAPP Process –Assess all for

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2019” unless you are enrolling all animals listed. • The “Optional Females” tab will list those that are too young to breed but maybe enrolled if they have been bred. • Commercial animals and animals of another breed will not be listed on your inventory. These types of animals are exempt from enrollment. • Do not forget to add your 2019 dues to your total before checking out. If you wish to have your MAPP inventory mailed to you, please contact Donna Grame at 816-4319950 or e-mail your request to donna@amaapc.com. Your 2019 dues must be paid to remain in the program. AMAA DUES: All members should have received a dues reminder in the mail. Your 2018 dues must be paid in order to register or transfer animals. You may pay your dues by logging into your online account or by mailing in the reminder card with a check. REGISTRATIONS: Please dispose of any old registration and self-billing worksheets. The AMAA will no longer offer a 10% online discount for registration work that is completed through Digital Beef. The AMAA will assess a $5 fee for any registration work received by fax, e-mail or by mail. To avoid this fee, please log into your online

Digital Beef account to complete all registration work. New forms are included in this issue and can also be downloaded from our main webpage under Digital Beef/ Registrations – Printable Forms. If you need assistance logging into your online account please contact us at maine@amaapc.com. If work is faxed or e-mailed it is the responsibility of the breeder to give us a follow up phone call to make sure that the work is legible and to cover all fees. BLOCK REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS: Want to save on registration costs? Consider pre-paying for a block of registrations. The cost savings are as follows: • 15 head - 12% • 25 head - 15% • 50 head - 20% • 75 head - 25% • 100 head - 30% Block may only be used on animals under 13 months of age and may not be used on steers or foundation animals. Blocks will only be valid from January 1 - December 31 of each year. Any unused block registration numbers will expire. If you are interested in learning more about block purchases, please contact us at 816-431-9950. RUSH ORDERS: If you are selling an animal, we ask that you register and transfer the animal in a timely manner to avoid extra charges and to assure buyers they are purchasing from a reputable business person.


Rushes will be done in the order received; a rush fee is currently $50 (covers eight head). No work will be released until payment is complete. Rush work is processed ahead of the regular work that is received in our office and mailed by regular mail within one to two business days. We will do our best to complete rush work that is received in our office by 2 p.m. (Monday – Friday). There is no same-day turnaround. If requiring a registration number only, it will still be considered a rush as we still have to process the work to obtain the number. HELPFUL TIPS WHEN REGISTERING: To avoid delays in your registration work during our busy season follow the tips below. Double check that all blanks and information are correct and complete before mailing or submitting online. Things most commonly missed are: o Missing herd prefix and herd ID o Birthdates o Date of sale o Name of animal o Payment Make sure the person that is registering the animal owns the dam with the exception of ET calves. If an ET calf, make sure the donor dam has been DNA, PHA & TH tested and that we have the results on file. If you are checking on work please e-mail us at paige@amaapc.com. When calling or e-mailing please have the name and breeder number of the person submitting the work. When registering annual active

dams for performance only animals please submit them online if you have the capabilities. This will help the registrar processing tremendously. We appreciate you and your business and want to make sure that the registration process runs as smooth as possible. Thank you in advance for your extra time in making sure all work is correct, complete and received in a timely manner. REGISTRATIONS FOR UPCOMING SHOWS: It is now time to register show animals for fall and winter shows. Please keep in mind during the show season you will need to allow at least two to three weeks for turn-around on registrations and transfers sent in to our office. If a paper is needed within that time, a rush fee ($50 per eight head) will be required before the work will be completed. BULL CALF REGISTRATION: If registering a bull calf born after Jan. 1, 2014, it must be TH/PHA free by parentage or have testing completed prior to registering and on file with the AMAA. Carriers will no longer be registered, but may be entered as a foundation animal. All progeny out of a Foundation carrier bull needs to be tested free of that defect prior to registration. If registrations are submitted before testing has been completed, the animal will not be registered. Instead, the animal will be given a performance number at a non-

refundable penalty charge of $10. Once the animal has been tested the registration may be completed at the regular rate. Please plan accordingly as testing can take up to three-four weeks. FOUNDATION ANIMALS: Non-registered bulls and females must be entered as a foundation animal prior to MaineTainer progeny being registered. All current “P” (performance only) cattle will be grand-fathered into the program. If the sire is an AI sire and registered at another breed association, the pedigree and testing must be on file with the AMAA. The charge to add a sire pedigree will be a onetime charge of $40. If the AMAA finds that the pedigree has already been paid for by another breeder, the $40 charge will not be applied. Dams registered at another breed association may also be added for a one-time charge of $25. See the new self-billing sheet for foundation fees. ONLINE TRANSFERS: When transferring an animal on line make sure there is not a member number already created for the buyer. Creating more than one number for an individual creates registration problems later. If you find the buyer in the system at a different address please notify the buyer first to confirm the address and then notify the Maine office to update the account. It is always a good idea to always search for the buyer using the search tools before doing the work that way if they have a different

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address it is caught before entering the registration and transfer. When creating a new profile for a buyer please make sure to never give a junior a farm name. Please enter the junior’s name on the farm line and also as the contact.

DNA, TH AND PHA REQUIREMENTS: Prior to registering any ET calves, all donor dams (including commercial or non-registered dams) must have DNA, TH and PHA on file in our office. Also, all AI sires are required to have the same on file. Therefore, our office will hold any ET registrations submitted out of dams without testing on file as well as all registrations out of AI sires that do not have complete testing on file. If the donor dam is deceased and not tested, we do require that the ET(s) have the tests done, in the absence of the donor’s records. The DNA, TH and PHA testing can be done at GeneSeek. A submission form is found on our Web site, maine-anjou.org. Maine-Anjou samples are put into testing at GeneSeek on Wednesdays, please plan accordingly when submitting. DNA results will be back in the AMAA office late the next week after the testing begins; TH and PHA results will be in our office two weeks later, usually on a Thursday. We would like to start sending the test results by e-mail only, please make sure we have an up-to-date e-mail address for you, if applicable.

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MAINE/ANGUS PAPERS: If you wish to obtain a Maine/ Angus registration select the MA/ Angus box when registering on line. You will receive an error that AMAA staff must check the testing and percentage requirements so please make sure to validate your entry to save it so that that AMAA can check the entry. If you submit a registration on paper, please put Maine/Angus in the comment section of the application. If the animal does not qualify as a Maine/Angus it will be recoded as a regular Mainetainer. A Maine/Angus paper will be blue in color, have Maine/Angus under the Maine Logo, and will have MaineTainer across the center of the paper. The animal can be shown as a MaineTainer or Maine Angus. Requirements: *Off spring must be 3/8 - 5/8 to qualify. *Bulls and Heifers must be TH/ PHA free by parents or by test *Bulls must be NH, CA and AM free by parents or free by test. Angus pedigrees will not be assumed free of these defects. Bulls must be clean of DS if out of a Red Angus. *Angus percentages will only be counted from actual registered Angus. Commercial Angus percentages will not be used in the Maine/Angus equation. NEW MEMBERS: All new members must choose a program when submitting a new membership. The two programs that are offered are MAPP and

Breeders Choice. More information on these two programs is available by visiting maine-anjou.org and clicking on “Member Services” “MAPP Agreement.” If a membership is submitted without choosing a program, the new member will be placed in the Breeders Choice program.

OTHER AMAA UPDATES: Please make sure to update any change in address, phone numbers or e-mails with the AMAA by e-mailing us at maine@amaapc. com, or by logging into your online account. If you have a credit card on file and have received a new card, please make sure to call us to replace the new card on file. Credit cards are not automically saved when paying online. MAINE-ANJOU CATTLE FOR SALE: Looking for cattle to purchase or consign? Do not forget to check out our consignment sale list located at the top of the Digital Beef Cattle search screen called “Maine-Anjou Cattle for Sale”. Active Breeders may use this tool at any time to consign animals as long as you have a login for Digital Beef.


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INDEX/DATELINE DATELINE

DeJong Ranch 51st Golden Plus Sale Gateway Genetics Versatility + Bull Sale Ohio Beef Expo Maine-Anjou Sale The ‘Wilson Family’ The Maine Bull Sale 2019 The Showtime Blackout Jackpot Maine Max Performance Tested Bull Sale National Junior Heifer Show Entry Deadline National Junior Heifer Show Cattle Move In National Junior Heifer Show Cattle Check-In National Junior Heifer Show Showmanship National Junior Heifer Show Bred & Owned Show National Junior Heifer Show Maine Angus Show National Junior Heifer Show Maine-Anjou Show National Junior Heifer Show MaineTainer Show Ohio State Fair Indiana State Fair Illinois State Fair Iowa State Fair Missouri State Fair Colorado State Fair South Dakota State Fair

February 28, Winner, S.D. March 3, Pierce, Neb. March 16, Columbus, Ohio March 20, Canada March 22-24, Loveland, Colo. March 28, Wamego, Kan. May 1, Platte City, Mo. June 22, Des Moines, Iowa June 23, Des Moines, Iowa June 26, Des Moines, Iowa June 27, Des Moines, Iowa June 27, Des Moines, Iowa June 28, Des Moines, Iowa June 28, Des Moines, Iowa July 24-Aug. 4, Columbus, Ohio Aug. 2-18, Indianapolis, Ind. Aug. 8-18, Springfield, Ill. Aug. 8-18, Des Moines, Iowa Aug. 8-18, Des Moines, Iowa Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 2019 Aug. 29-Sept. 2, Huron, S.D.

HERD REFERENCE MAY/JUNE/JULY 2019

INDEX of ADVERTISERS

Bassham, Russel Beauprez Land & Cattle Bessler, James Billman, Leroy Blind Badger Ranch Bonham, Steve Cattle Visions Clay Knoll Farm DeJong Ranch Denison Acres Dun-Rite Stock & Stables Eastview Maines EDJE Technologies Griswold, John Kreis, Ron Loder Cattle Co. Maine Max Bull Test McElroy, H.W. Nagel Cattle Co. O’Hara Land & Cattle Ohio Maine-Anjou Sale Randall, Cliff Redgate Cattle Co. Schrag 605 Secondino, Jami SEK Sheridan, Bill Trans Ova Genetics Truline Maines Walton, Darby Wendt, Kevin Willow Springs Cattle Co. Wilson, Shawn

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