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To make legs on black cattle a very deep black color, begin with an adhesive groomed leg. After the adhesive has dried, apply a coat of Sullivan's Ultra White Touch-Up. When dry, apply a coat of Sullivan's Brown Touch-Up and finish with a coat of Sullivan's Jet Black Touch-Up. This will give you a very deep, natural looking black color. This technique works especially well when taking pictures because it covers the gray color that often shows through on photographs. — Bob May

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Congratulations to our CCCA

Northern Exposure


Grand Champion, shown by AARON KERLEE. Bred by James Bright/Leo Brothers

Reserve Champion, shown by DEVINANNE SHERWOOD. Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 3rd Place: Brooke DeAlba - Bred by Brocco Show Cattle

• 7th Place: Caitlin Maita - Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 4th Place: Emily Brossard - Bred by Colburn Cattle Co.

• 8th Place: Alina Amaral - Bred by Brocco Show Cattle

• 5th Place: Rex Rosemand - Bred by Star Cattle

• 9th Place: Emily Piland - Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 6th Place: Brandon Machado - Bred by M&M Livestock

• 10th Place: Kate Brossard - Bred by M& M Livestock

Please be sure to join today! Send in this membership/renewal form to: CCCA 855 Thousand Hills Road, Pismo Beach, CA 93449 805-595-1416 Membership/renewal fee: $500

It's not too late to join for 2011!

Owner Information: Farm/Owner Name:_ _____________________________________________________ Address:_ ____________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Phone Numbers: ___________________________________________________ (Home) _______________________________________________________________(Cell) _________________________________________________________ (Work/Other) Email Address:__________________________________________________________ 2 october/November 2010

Division Champions • Champion AOC: Aaron Kerlee Bred by James Bright/Leo Bros. • Champion Black: Devinanne Sherwood Bred by Rodgers Livestock • Champion English: Emily Brossard Bred by Colburn Cattle Co.

UPCOMING SHOWS: • Sierra Winter Classic, Porterville — January 2011 • Red Wave Classic, Fresno — February 2011 • Cal Poly's Western Bonanza, Paso Robles ‚ February 2011 • Cattlemen's Jackpot, Plymouth — March 2011 • California State Fair, Sacramento — July 2011

Check us out on the web: THANK YOU TO OUR MEMBERS! James Bright/Leo Bros. • Rodgers Livestock Brocco Show Cattle • Colburn Cattle Co. Star Cattle Co. • M&M Livestock Teixeira Cattle Co. • Eleven Bar Ranch Heidi Beljean • Fair Cattle Co.


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Don't miss the show that rings in the holidays!

* It's 2 Days * It's 2 Judges * It's 2 sets of CJLA Points

December 11th & 12th, 2010


Steers & Heifers

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Sullivan Ranch presents

A $10,000 steer from 2009 that sold to Haymes Cattle, TX. His Draft Pick x GK 602 dam sells bred to Upgrade!

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DSUL Isabella 2602 (Full Flush x Chill 602G) Dam of two steers over $6,000 - Sells bred to Heat Wave!

DSUL Haley 5602 (Full Flush x Chill 602G) Dam of a $12,000 steer in ‘09 - Sells bred to I Am Legend!

The Largest Selection of Chill 602G Genetics Ever! Selling 10 Direct Daughters and 15 Granddaughters plus Her Only Sister by Draft Pick! 10 PROVEN DONORS - 80 BRED HEIFERS - 15 HEIFER CALVES - 5 BULL CALVES - 85 FROZEN EMBRYOS

Call Sullivan Ranch For More Information or To Schedule Your Visit Today!

254/707-0814 or 254/582-7096

Sale reference catalogs available by calling Sullivan Ranch or online at Make room reservations by calling 712/263-2500

We’ve built the Foundation! Now here’s your chance to purchase some of the Top Genetics in our Herd!


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Schnoor Sisters

Bid-Off Sale

Sunday, November 28th, 2010 Bids Close at 7 p.m. Pictures will be up on our website soon —

Chowchilla, CA Amanda Schnoor: 559-223-1891 Mike Deniz: 559-363-1957 Schnoor Home: 559-665-1991

Feel free to stop by anytime! economy as the attendance numbers reached the two highest weekday attendance records in Fair history with both Tuesdays (56,505 and 73,363 respectively), and the highest recent totals for a second Wednesday and closing Saturday in the last five years. Total attendance reached 741,189 which is a ten percent increase over last year.

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Governor Schwarzenegger made a special visit to the State Fair on opening day this year with an extended tour of “The Farm,” the Jungle and Reptile Experience, the Counties Exhibits and “Days of the Dinosaur.”

“Your Passport to Adventure” Wraps up at California State Fair

In addition, the State Fair drew large crowds for big name acts like Fab Four, Eddie Money, Rick Springfield, Martina McBride, Village People, Foghat and “Weird Al” Yankovic. There were a plethora of specials and promotions that helped the Fair achieve a successful season. The promotions and discounts proved to be the most popular thing about the State Fair this year. With the multitude of advance gate discounts and reduced food prices we felt that we offered a great bargain and a niche price program for many visitors.

The California State Fair wrapped up its 157th year on Sunday, August 1, in traditional State Fair style – with the nightly fireworks finale, corn dogs and plenty of BIG FUN! Throughout its 19-day run, Fairgoers were encouraged to enjoy “An Adventure Waiting Inside” and take part in the affordable family fun.  Despite the difficult economy, the State Fair managed to break some important records and milestones during its season. Before the 2010 California State Fair even started, advance online ticket sales soared to record levels thanks in part to the many discounts and package deals being offered.  This year, more than one million dollars in online purchases were made- a 16% increase over the past year making it the highest ever! For the first time in 100 years, the Fair moved away from its traditional schedule which typically lasts through the Labor Day weekend, to an earlier start date in July.  By doing so, families didn’t have to worry about children being back in school, and instead, could enjoy the new dates and new adventures offered by the Fair.  On Tuesday, July 27, 73,363 people visited the Fair during Kids’ Day: a record number of guests for a weekday.  “We’re thrilled with this year’s attendance,” said Norb Bartosik, CEO and General Manager of the California Exposition & State Fair. “With the transition to a new schedule, we didn’t know what to expect. But the numbers show that Californians came out in droves to support the Fair and for that we say thanks!” Fair officials saw a glimmer of change in a down

The 2011 California State Fair is now tentatively scheduled to run for 19 days from Wednesday, July 13 to Sunday, July 31.


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63rd Annual

Arizona National Livestock Show December 28, 2010 - January 1, 2011

If you weren't at the 3rd Annual...

FINAL DRIVE SALE missed out!

A big THANK-YOU to all those who attended and bought the calves. “Learnin’ the Ropes” Featured Artist Kim Trickey

We wish you luck in your 2011 show season!

Sun Classic Heifers & Feeders Steers

Extra Club Calves are available Private Treaty — Give Us a Call! —

Show - December 30, 2010 Sale - December 31, 2010 Entry Deadline: November 15, 2010

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Arizona National Livestock Show 1826 W. McDowell Rd Phoenix, AZ 85007 (602) 258-8568

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Start Your Show Year at the 22nd Annual...

Sierra Winter Classic

Junior Steer & Heifer Show January 14th­—16th, 2011



We've Moved!

Porterville Fairgrounds — Porterville, California The Porterville Fairgrounds have a new home — 2700 W. Tea Pot Dome Ave., Porterville, CA 93257

For more information: Sierra Winter Classic – Diane Ennis: (559) 784-2802 • Porterville Fair: (559) 781-6582 Email:

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February 27th, 2011 Sanctioned Event

For more information, call the Porterville Fair at


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Did you know that this Fall, Junior Livestock PRO wants you to try it for FREE? N E W ! Junior Livestock PRO's Tack Trader is here! Tack Trader is now ready for your posts! Buy, sell and trade old tack and other items large and small in a place where people are actually looking for it! There is also a space for you to list services like hoof trimming or fitting, sell dogs or other pets, and much more. With room for pictures and maps and ways to share on Facebook and Twitter, this is the place to find or sell almost anything!

Breeder Directory - Tr y it fo r F R E E ! We can offer a more affordable way to show off your livestock to buyers. Just send us your info, logo and pictures to and we'll post your breeder info for 90 days for free. Try it out and see for yourself how easy it is to get noticed.

EVENT CALENDAR Post your next show, event, clinic, or sale on our calendar. Email with your event name and date and we'll post it for FREE. If you are looking for online registration or more details on your event page, please contact us today!

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e e r B r ry u o cto ! n e ay For information, contact: o r i t D od Megan Rogers: / 408.499.6573 s T Heidi Beljean: Po

Come join us at the CNPHA

November 20-21, 2010 November 20: 10:00 a.m.: Cattle on Display

Hereford Classic Sale

12 Noon: 58 Lots Selling... 30+ Stout Steers, including a dozen Black Baldies

Selling Flashy Show Heifers and Red Hot Show Steers!

Amador Co. Fairgrounds • Plymouth, CA

November 21, 10:00 a.m.:

Junior Jackpot Show

Sale Cattle which meet age requirements are eligible to compete in class.

Heifer Bonus Bucks!

... for the highest placing sale heifer shown in the Jackpot. Highest gets $500.00 • 2nd Highest gets $300.00 • 3rd Highest gets $200.00

For more information, call Karen Perrin at (916) 663-1142 or Tom Weimer at (530) 254-6802

Sanctioned Breed Show


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M&M genetics made their mark for FFA and 4-H exhibitors this year! Reserve Grand Champion & FFA Champion Steer at Chowchilla. Shown by Cassie Bruecker.

If you missed your future calf project at the Bid-Offs or at the auction, M&M Livestock is open every day!

Reserve FFA Market Steer, San Joaquin County Fair. Shown by Colleen Sunbury.

We have calves priced to fit all budgets for your 4-H and FFA projects — calves that will fit May to August county fairs. Halter broke and ready to show. Come take a look! Call us anytime.

Martin, Stacey, Brittney and Brandon Machado 8171 N. Buhach • Winton, CA 95388

Sires used: Heat Wave • Who Made Who • Leroy Brown I Am Legend • Carnac • Bleed Purple

Martin — 209-652-6946 Stacey — 209-564-8361

M&M Livestock calves are CCCA eligible!

Tetanus (Clostridium tetani) antitoxin – Tetanus antitoxin is more commonly used than CD antitoxin, and will protect an animal before surgery or delivery if previous vaccination is unknown. It is commonly used in kids prior to disbudding and castration if dam vaccination is unknown. Dosage is 150-250 units for kids and 400-750 units for adult goats.

flocks free of disease because the vaccine contains live virus that may then act as a source of infection. If it is started because of disease presence, one initially vaccinates the Figure 3: Sheep and goats are susceptible entire herd, to tetanus, and vaccination against it is universally recommended. then new kids and unvaccinated new additions. Site for vaccination is inside the ear or under the tail. People handling the vaccine should be cautious, wear disposable gloves and dispose of contaminated vials and gloves carefully, as the vaccine can produce the disease in people.

Sheep Noncore Vaccines: Clostridium diseases – Although CD-T is universally recommended for all sheep, there are other Clostridium diseases of concern in sheep, and many times sheep are given polyvalent products that include C. novyi, C. sordelli, C. chavoei, and C. septicum in addition to CD-T.

Caseous lymphadenitis (CL) – The vaccine protects against a disease caused by the bacteria Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis that produces abscesses in lymph nodes, but it may not eliminate the disease. Abscesses may be reduced in number and severity.

Figure 4: Caseous lymphadentitis in sheep and goats is very difficult to eradicate from a premises once it is established.  Vaccines may aid in controlling the severity and number of abscesses, with management and hygiene playing key roles.

Campylobacter fetus (also called Vibrio) –The vaccine protects against the bacteria that causes abortion in sheep.

Rabies – Recommended in herds and flocks living in areas where rabies is seen in wildlife (skunks, raccoons, coyotes, and foxes, or those traveling to events where vaccination is required).

Goat Noncore Vaccines:

Chlamydia psittici– For use in breeding stock only, the vaccine protects against the bacteria that causes enzootic abortion in sheep.

CD (Clostridiun perfringens types C and D) antitoxin – The antitoxin may be used in cases of failure of passive transfer of immunity from dam to newborn.

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Congratulations to our 2010 winners! Here's a look at what they have accomplished this year! Congratulations to Makalya Spaman and Kyle Kerlee on their accomplishments at the 2010 Stanislaus County Fair! Pictured from left to right:

Makayla Spaman, Reserve Champion FFA Market Lamb, Supreme Champion & Grand Champion FFA Market Lamb. Kyle Kerlee, Reserve Champion 4-H Market Lamb, Reserve Supreme & Grand Champion 4-H Market Lamb!

Congratulations to our other winners from the Stanislaus County Fair!

If you are a winner on Showmaker or ShowRite Feeds, don't forget to submit your junior awards application for incentives and advertising opportunities!

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• Andrea Kaldhusdal 661-332-9915 • Marta Wooten 909-215-002416

• Gail Stevens 909-214-5760 • Lily Penfold 209-604-7479

• Ron Luis 209-531-5936 • Brady Otto 530-521-9054

* You must be a member of the first show you attend to receive points for that show *

Jr. Memberships are accepted until March 31, 2011. To receive points you must be a member.

How do you join?

Fill out the form and exhibit at as many sanctioned shows that you want to. You can attend one or all the shows - It’s up to you!

Why should you join?

You’re attending jackpots throughout the year, so why not accumulate points too? Get recognition at the end of the year for all your work and effort to be your best!

What will you get out of it?

For more information, contact: Heidi Beljean 408-776-7611 Mary Ann Bush 831-623-4316

Our goal is to reward all kids that join with some form of compensation (by awards, scholarships, things for your future - personal & project, etc). At the end of the year, points will be tabulated and a banquet held for all that attend. It is our belief that all participants in this program are equally important - therefore, our goal is to include and reward every member for their involvement and efforts.

California Junior Livestock Association – Year 2011 Membership Application Name: _ ______________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ________________ Parents’ Names_ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ____________________________________ State: __________________________________ Zip: _____________ County: __________________________________________________________ Phone: __________________________ Email address:_____________________________________________________________________________________

I wish to participate in (check divisions you will compete in): ______ CJLA Lamb Membership (Age 9-19) ______ CJCA Steer Membership (Age 9-19) ______ CJCA Heifer Membership (Age 9-21) (Reg. Heifer Division Only)

______ CJPA Pig Membership (Age 9-19) ______ CJGA Goat Membership (Age 9-19)

Next Year’s Shirt/Jacket Size (circle one): Adult Size: XS S M L XL XXL Mail this form with your check to:

FEES: Please enclose a check for: One Division – $40.00; Two Divisions – $70.00 Three Divisions – $100.00; Four Divisions – $130.00

California Junior Livestock Assn. P.O. Box 41430 • San Jose, CA 95160

Note: You must be 9 yrs. old or older on January 1, 2011, to join. Total Amount Enclosed: ______________________ * Last Day to Join: March 31st, 2011 * Points start once membership is paid 17

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r Mission to Every year, we make it ou us Genetics to bring only the best Ang YS! CALIFORNIA ANGUS DA

Reg. # 16710860. Possibly the best ever to leave the Ranch. LOOKOUT out of a FREEDOM daughter. Reg. # 16710863, a full sister to last year's popular Raven daughter purchased by Jay Newton. RAVEN out of FREEDOM.

Plus this outstanding Bred Heifer:

Marathon X Nebraska X Universe Comes from the same cow family as the high selling bull at the 2010 Performance Plus Bull Sale for $7000 and high selling bred heifer at 2009 Angus Days for $6400. She is bred to SAV Bismark and due 1-1-2011.

Reg. # 16719857. Study her EPD's -- you won't find one more balanced in every aspect of the business! 1.5 for birth, 105 for yearling, +30 for $W, +54 for $B. TOTAL out of a BOOMTIME.

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once, and just after harvest for the whole or half you don’t have the cost of storing that beef and then selling it so you can usually charge less for wholes and halves. (Taking a deposit for a large purchase such as a whole or half is good business, check out producers websites and see how they have their whole and half beef sales structured.) For cuts of meat, you will need storage and transportation and will have lots of handling to do, so the price will be much higher. Other products to consider include Jerky, snack sticks, pet food, pet treats, leather goods, all ground beef and many others. We make an excellent return on our cull cows by having them ground and selling the grassfed ground beef. We find there is a large market for ground beef in natural food stores and direct to consumers. There really are so many possibilities and a bit of research and some long talks with successful producers will have you well on your way.

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"Sittin' Round the Showbox"

with Celeste Settrini

Who are you? Where did you come from? What are you doing here?

whole other world of folks out there that are interested in what WE, as livestock producers, have to say. It’s become quite simpleI share my journey and as we get to know each other through PS, you too will learn how to share your journey while hopefully taking away a tidbit of something to add to your story that can assist in perhaps making it a bit more flavorful. I have come to realize that is our duty as livestock producers to share these journeys, it is a disservice to our industry if we do not. My vision for this column is to open your eyes to a whole other world of information that you might not be in touch with. You see I have had the unique opportunity to meet some fantastic men and women throughout the United States and from them I have come to learn so much, so why not share it with someone. What better folks to share it with than the people I feel close to the most, my livestock family.

About a month ago, Heidi called and asked if I would be interested in doing a column for Pacific Showcasemy immediate thought? A dream comes true! For many of you who read PS, you may not know me but hopefully as we work towards creating this column you will come to enjoy what I have to say. I am interested in what you would like to read, special interest stories, legislation affecting livestock and property, features on great advocates within our industry, livestock ethics, you name it we can write about it while having fun and sharing my own experiences and educating you on how to do the same.

I encourage you to send me your ideas, comments and tips as we start this adventure. I am thrilled to be associated with PS and with the great team Heidi has in place. I am over the top excited for the opportunity and eager to share my thoughts with each and every one of you because you see as I mentioned earlier it is just like coming home. Farm and Ranch families are the best there is, I truly believe that there is no better. Through our journey, we will learn not only about issues and current topics along with some of my thoughts, hopefully I will be able to teach you to start the conversation on agriculture, empowering you to share your journey at every opportunity that comes available and become well educated on a full range of topics so that you can go out and celebrate our industry.

It all began back in the late 80’s, I was a student at Cal Poly and become instant friends with Miss Beljean. I showed cattle competitively for many years, was a national officer of the American Junior Hereford Association and was very involved in my local 4-H group. My love for cattle was evident as I showed for Cal Poly, was on the feeder calf enterprise and show projects and became a “show jock” for ranches throughout California. Upon graduation, I moved back to Salinas where I became a produce broker while continuing to work with my family on our commercial cow calf operation. However over the years, I missed the junior programs, livestock shows and most of all the people. So when Heidi asked me to be a feature writer for your magazine, it was very easy to say yes. It was kinda like coming home.

To get us started I think I would like to share the 15 components of the Pyramid of Success , created by John Wooden, someone whom I have come to admire, respect and learn from. Since there are 15 components each issue, we will take a component and expand about it and how it relates to you and your show projects. What are these 15 components?

In the past year, I have come to realize that it is so very important for me to “share my journey” with anyone interested in listening. Through numerous speaking engagements, magazine features, television and radio interviews I have experienced a

Joe & Marlene Amaral

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team spirit

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All of these work together to make great human beings in and out of the showring. Each issue we will work on an ingredient of this recipe to success – how does that sound? So let the journey begin, excited to lead this adventure.

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For those exhibitors whose shows weren't featured in the Show Results throughout the year.

2010 Amanda Moore

Oakdale FFA

2010 Stanislaus County Fair

The Dorr Brothers Jacob Dorr Davey Dorr

Results: Champion Cow/ Calf Pair, Outstanding Beef Exhibitor, Outstanding Angus Exhibitor, and many 1st's and 2nd's with her Angus cattle.

Healdsburg FFA

Amanda also received her FFA American Degree in Indianapolis in October.

Healdsburg 4-H

Sonoma County Fair

Sonoma County Fair

Results: FFA Grand Champion Steer; FFA Reserve Champion Steer; FFA Beef Showmanship

Results: 4-H Grand Champion Steer; 1st in Class - Jr. 4-H Beef Showmanship; 4-H Grand Champion Market Lamb; Supreme Champion Steer AND Supreme Champion Lamb (first time a competitor has won both in the same year)

Nick Moore

Owen Macfarlane

Oakdale FFA 2010 Stanislaus County Fair

2010 Inter-Mountain Fair of Shasta County

Results: Reserve Supreme Champion Market Steer; FFA Champion Market Steer; 1st Place Advanced Beef Showmanship; 4th Place Round Robin

Results: FFA Champion Steer, Supreme Champion Steer

Mariesa Cramer

Willow Oak 4-H 2010 Yolo Co. 4-H Spring Show Results: Grand Champion Market Goat (pictured). Also won Supreme Meat Goat Breeding Doe, Res. Sup. Meat Goat Breeding Doe, Champion Sr. Meat Goat Showman, Grand Champion Market Hog, Res. Grand Champion Market Hog, Champion Sr. Hog Showman, and Champion Sr. Master Showman.

Justin Terry Azalea, OR Results: Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog at the 68th Mid-Columbia Livestock Show (Tygh Valley, OR). * Also had Grand Champion Steer at the Douglas Co. Fair (Roseburg, OR)

Taylor Zumstein Fallbrook FFA

Daphne Norman

2010 San Diego County Fair Results: FFA Champion Red & Non-Black Beef, FFA Reserve Champion Beef. (Thank you Bob May!)

Chowchilla-Madera County Fair Results: Supreme Champion Market Goat (pictured); Reserve Supreme Champion Market Lamb; Grand Champion Breeding Doe; Champion Commercial Gilt.


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California Pork Producers Association presents: California Pork Producers Association presents: California Pork Producers Association presents:

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Schedule of Events Schedule Events Saturday, December 11, 2010 Sunday, December 12, 2010 Sunday, December 12, 2010 Saturday, December 11, 2010 Schedule of Events 8:30am—Swine Show Begins  12noon—All animals must be 

Friday, December 10, 2010   Friday, December 10, 2010      

8:00am—Barns Open 

8:00am—Barns Open     Friday, December 10, 2010  

8:30am—Swine Show Begins  Saturday, December 11, 2010       Breeding  4:00pm—All animals in place        Breeding      Club Pigs  4:00pm—All animals in place     8:00am—Barns Open   8:30am—Swine Show Begins        Club Pigs      6:00pm—Exhibitor Social  Mkt Barrows  Breeding  4:00pm—All animals in place       Mkt Barrows  6:00pm—Exhibitor Social              Club Pigs       4:00pm—Swine Sale    6:00pm—Exhibitor Social                  Mkt Barrows  4:00pm—Swine Sale                     


12noon—All animals must be  Sunday, December 12, 2010     out of barns          out of barns  12noon—All animals must be      out of barns 

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1. Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  GENERAL  RULES  HOW  2.  There will be no refunds on entry fees. 

GENERAL RULES ‐ SHOW  Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  3.  Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  1.  There will be no refunds on entry fees.  4.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  2.  There will be no refunds on entry fees.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  3.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  4.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  5.  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  6.  Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified.  5.  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  5.  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  6.  All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ SALE All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ ‐ GENERAL RULES  6.  1.  hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified.  CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified. 

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have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  ALE  ‐ GENERAL  RULES  SALE S2.  ‐ G ENERAL  RULES  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the 

1. CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  1.  CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   2.  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the  2.  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  by noon on Sunday.  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  by noon on Sunday.  by noon on Sunday.  october/november 2010


2010 Western All Breeds Rules Entry Deadline: November 22, 2010  PUREBRED BREEDING SWINE SHOW AND SALE 

Age Requirements:   Open Gilts ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Boars ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Bred Gilts ‐ Due to farrow 12/2010 ‐ 3/2011  1.  All swine must have at least 6 functional nipples on each side. Pin nipples not counted. Any boar or gilt  with an inverted nipple will be sifted.  2.  All entries must be registered with original papers submitted at check‐in. Bred gilts must have breeding    certificate attached to registration paper. (No copies of pedigrees will be accepted.) Pigs must be    registered in the name of the CPPA member in order to be eligible to show.  3.  Bred Gilts must be purebred; may carry a crossbred litter, and must have passed over prior to the show.  4.  Breeding Swine Sale will be limited to: 15 Boars, 50 Open Gilts, 25 Bred Gilts. Sale order will be deter‐ mined by the Judge.   


Age Requirements:   Open Gilts ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Boars ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Bred Gilts ‐ Due to farrow 12/2010 ‐ 3/2011  1.  All swine must have at least 6 functional nipples on each side. Pin nipples not counted. Any boar or gilt  with an inverted nipple will be sifted.  2.  Classes will be broken by weight.  3.  Bred Gilts must have passed over prior to the show.  1.  Crossbred Breeding Swine Sale will be limited to: 10 Open Gilts, 5 Boars, and 10 Bred Gilts. Sale order to  be determined by the Judge. 


1. The weight range of the pigs entered in the sale shall be 50‐125 lbs.  2.  Papers are required for purebred club pigs. Hogs without papers will be shown in the crossbred division  3.  The Club Pig Sale will be limited to 40 club pigs, and will be determined by the judge. 


1. The weight range is: 210— 280 pounds.   2.  There will be two divisions: Purebred and Crossbred. Purebred barrows must have papers.  3.  No Carcass contest will be conducted, however shipping to Yosemite Meats Company will be available  to exhibitors who wish to have their mkt barrows sold at market price.  4.  There is no limit on the number of entries by any producer.  5.  Awards and Premiums are as follows:    Supreme Champion Market Barrow: $100, Reserve Supreme Champion $50    Champion Purebred: $50, Reserve Champion Purebred $25     Champ Xbred: $50, Reserve Champ Xbred: $25    Class Premiums—1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15 


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Entry Total CPPA Membership $50 CPPA Junior Membership $35 Late Entry Fee $40

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For those exhibitors whose shows weren't featured in the Show Results throughout the year.

2010 Madison Andrade

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2010 San Benito County Fair

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Results: Grand Champion Market Goat, Grand Champion Market Steer (pictured at right) 2010 Monterey County Fair

Sheldon 4-H, Sacramento County

Results: Grand Champion Market Goat, Grand Champion Market Steer

Results: First Place Tractor at the San Joaquin Tractor and Vege Crop Field Day

2010 Santa Cruz County Fair Results: Grand Champion Market Steer *Madison also won Jr. Round Robin Showmanship at all 3 fairs listed.

Sheldon 4-H, Sacramento County Sacramento Co. Fair Results: Won First Place Intermediate 4-H Showmanship, and placed four our of five in the Small Animal Master Showmanship at the 2010 Sacramento County Fair.

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Macy Perry

Linden Peters 4-H San Joaquin County Fair Results: Division Winner, Light Heavyweight Steer; 4th Overall in 4-H Steers; part of the 1st Place Club Group; 2nd Place, Inter. Market Showmanship; 3rd Place, Individual Judging Contest. Breeding Show: Supreme Champion Bull, Champ. Red Angus Bull, Res. Champ. Red Angus Female, 1st Place Inter. Showmanship, 1st Place Advanced Breeding Showmanship.

Clovis FFA 2010 Big Fresno Fair Results: Supreme Champion Market Lamb * Also exhibited the Junior Show Supreme Champ. Heifer and Junior Show Supreme Champion Bull; and 1st place Freshman/Sophmore FFA Beef Showmanship & Sheep Showmanship

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2010 Sacramento County Fair

San Joaquin Co. Fair (Stockton, CA)

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Results: Local Bred Champion * Also, had All Other Breeds Champion Heifer

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Reserve Champion AOB Market Hog, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Ryan DeBusk.

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4-H Champion Market Hog, 2010 Sonoma County Fair. Shown by Laney Klunis.

4-H Champion Duroc Hog, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Clay Verdegaal.

Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Market Hogs, 2010 Yolo County Fair. Shown by Marissa Cramer. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Chico Silver Dollar Fair. Shown by Davis Mardesich. Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Napa County Fair. Shown by Rico Abreu.

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Will be in conjunction with the MJC "Champions Choice" Sale Saturday — February 26th, 2011 Modesto Jr. College Beef Unit Contact us for more information:


ROSEWOOD RANCH 209/847-9171



SAMPSON SHEEP 530/435-2476

MODESTO JR. COLLEGE 209/575-6205

Hereford Youth Go Out West for 2010 PRIDE Convention Nebeker, Kuna; and Brice Anderson, Buhl. Back Row from left; Guy Colyer, Bruneau; Bennett Holt, Caldwell; Bailey Anderson, Buhl; and Joe Shaw, Caldwell. Not pictured are: Jacee and Jessica Lancaster, Jerome.

Leadership development, Hereford cattle and fun highlighted the 2010 Program for Reaching Individuals Determined to Excel (PRIDE) Convention August 2-4 in Boise, Idaho. More than 110 individuals from 23 states participated in this event, hosted by the National Junior Hereford Association (NJHA). Celeste Settrini, Salinas, Calif., kicked off the conference with her message about not being afraid to be yourself and the importance of becoming an agricultural advocate. Currently serving as California Women for Agriculture president, Celeste grew up on the family Hereford ranch near Salinas and was very active in the NJHA as a youth.

Oregon delegation From left: Levi Brant, Redmond; Cooper Alexander, Redmond; Zack Hartzell,Redmond; Brandt Downing, Butte Falls; Rachel Blomquist, Bend; Amelia Stallings, Eugene; and Chelsea Castrow, Madras.

NJHA board members led a series of leadership workshops on marketing, successful meetings, and another for state association presidents and vice presidents. A highlight of the event was the opportunity to tour Idaho Hereford ranches, including Shaw Cattle Co., Caldwell; Split Butte Livestock, Minidoka; Heritage Cattle Co., Buhl; and Colyer Herefords, Bruneau. A fun time was combined with teamwork in an unforgettable whitewater rafting trip on the Payette River. Several western states sent strong delegations to the conference and participants brought back many skills and knowledge to share with their own state associations.

Washington delegation From left: Courtney Tribble,Puyallup; Haley Dorman, LaCrosse; Bryant Brown, Elma; Sky Senyohl, Enumclaw; and Leighton Dorman, LaCrosse. Not pictured are: Maggie and Ashlee Ashby, Castle Rock.

Idaho delegation Front Row from left: Heather Stovgard, Kuna; Sally Anderson, Buhl; Jerrod Berrett, Melba; Kelsey Stimpson, Melba; and Emilee Holt, Caldwell. Middle row from left: Newman Berrett, Melba; Michael Wiseman, Filer; Mark


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ur 2011 Sa Don't Miss O Breeders, Leaders & Feeders: "WETHERING THE EDGE" SALE January 8th, 2011 Stockton, CA


At least one goat sold at each of the 2010 sales went on to be a Champion!



January 29th, 2011 Dixon, CA

January 15th, 2011 Merced, CA

CHAMPION DRIVE SALE #2 March 6th, 2011 Merced, CA

Purebred Boer Goats and Market Wethers Chuck & Judy Kaye 559-788-1085 • Cell: (707) 548-1486

We proudly feed & recommend Bar ALE and Sunglo Feeds

22819 Avenue 124, Porterville, CA 93257

Email: • Web:

March 11th — 13th, 2011 All Shows — One Weekend Look for more information in the next issue of Pacific Showcase!

Entry Books Available January 5th, 2011

Entries Due February 25th, 2011

Late entries will be accepted until March 4th, 2011, with a fee. october/november 2010

For More Information and Entries:

SANCTIONED — All Divisions


(559) 686-4707

Make plans for this powerful showcase of great swine, sheep and goat genetics!

January 15th, 2011 Merced Fairgrounds

Sheep and Goats at 3:00 p.m. Pigs at 5:00 p.m.

This sale will feature nothing but the best, from consignors with a long history of producing winners!

Grand Champion Lamb, Nevada County Fair. Shown by James McKenzie. Bred by Image Club Lambs.

Champion & Res. Champion Prospect Goat, 2010 Jr. Grand National. Shown by Tyson Brem. Bred by White Rail Ranch.

Supreme Champion Market Goat, 2010 Stanislaus County Fair. Shown by Addison Cook-Horton Bred by HJ Boer Goats. Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Supreme Champion Hog, 2010 Stanislaus County Fair. Shown by Brent Taylor. Bred by No Limit Genetics South.

Grand Champion Hog Overall, 2010 Butte County Fair. Shown by Tyler Wilkerson. Bred by No Limit Genetics South.

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog, 2010 California Pork Spectacular. Shown by Verdegaal Family. Bred by Lucky Genetics.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, 2010 Jr. Grand National. Shown by Isabella Leventini. Bred by Leventini Club Lambs.

Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Grand Champion Barrow, 2010 Western Bonanza. Shown by Matt Bradshaw. Bred by No Limit Genetics North.

Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Supreme Champion Barrow & Champion Prospect Pig, 2010 Red Wave Classic. Shown by Matt Bradshaw. Bred by Lucky Genetics.

Grand Champion 4-H Hog, 2010 Sonoma County Fair. Shown by Laney Klunis. Bred by No Limit Genetics North.

——— Consignors will include: ——— SWINE CONSIGNORS No Limit Genetics North

Adam & Becky Mendonza • 209-602-6106 •

No Limit Genetics SOUTH Larry & Rex Mendonza • 209-988-1751


Andrew & John Turek • 530-510-9322 •


Mike and Vickie Leventini • 209-605-3274


Dustin and Hilary Snyder • 559-706-9540

MORINO BROS. CLUB LAMBS Dan & Celeste Morino • 209-838-7208 Paul & Carri Morino • 209-599-3168



209-261-2333 •



Dan Layne: 209-985-8623 (cell) Scott Layne: 209-402-7235 (cell) •


Chuck and Judy Kaye • 559-788-1085 •


Kyle Jefferson & Stephanie Horton • 209-614-5664


Wes and Jane Patton • 530-865-7250

Don Lopez • 916-777-5911

iss Don't m You WILL NOT find a better collection of project animals for sale in 2011! this sale!

Join Us for


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February 5th-6th, 2011

Stanislaus COunty Fairgrounds — Turlock Enter online at


• Hogs and Steers on Saturday the 5th • Lambs and Goats on Sunday the 6th

or enter on the day of the show.

For more information, contact

Sanctioned Show

John Mendes: (209) 575-6205 or Amanda Schnoor: (209) 575-6210

Alltech and Feed Industry Partner to “Give Kids a Chance” [Lexington, KENTUCKY] – “Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better,” said former President Harry S. Truman. It is in that spirit that the global agriculture community joined Alltech in a philanthropic initiative to bring thousands of children to the largest sporting event in the United States in 2010, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, for an educational experience of a lifetime. The “Giving Kids a Chance” program allowed 62,000 children to experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to be at an event of this scope. While at the Kentucky Horse Park, students had a chance to not only see world class competitions, but to also visit several interactive locations within the Alltech Experience Pavilion that showcase what agriculture must do to feed an expected 9.3 billion people in 2050.

“People have lost sight of what agriculture has become, but more importantly, what agriculture could be,” said Lyons. “I salute those who stand next to us to insure that we are protecting our future. We believe in the value of education. It is through education that we can accentuate the positives of our industry, of which there are many.”

The brainchild of Alltech president, Dr. Pearse Lyons, the “Giving Kids a Chance” program has engaged Alltech’s customers from around the world to secure their future and educate consumers how modern agriculture can provide safe and nutritious food at an affordable price. As more and more people migrate towards city living, the connection to the farm has become a distant memory. 126 companies worldwide stepped up to “give kids a chance” six of these companies were from California: A.L. Gilbert, Best Ag, J.D. Heiskell, Pine Creek Nutrition, Nutrius, and Western Milling.

Students arrived at the Games and had a guided tour where they saw the following exhibits within the Alltech Experience Pavilion: Feeding the World: How we will feed the 9.3 billion people in 2050.

ACE Principle: Producing products that are safe for the animal, the consumer, and the environment.

The Future of Farming: What will the farm look like in 2050?

Life Sciences: How will nutrigenomics change the way we look at human medicine?

Additionally, they attended classes to learn about equine nutrition, learned about foreign cultures when they visited the French Pavilion, home of the 2014 Games, and interacted with attendees the world over. They also received recognition at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games through a variety of marketing and advertising activities.

Participants agreed to a $10,000 commitment that benefited area high school and university students from across the United States.

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Antioxidant Function, Reliability Reproductive Function, Calving, Safety, Performance, Profitabilit Selenium Status, Growth, Meat Qu There’s an Alltech solution ...naturally

Selenium-deficient cattle experience health problems, lowering overall productivity as well as profits. Is conventional selenium supplementation falling short of your herd’s needs? Sel-Plex from Alltech® provides selenium in nature’s form, resulting in better retention than injecting inorganic sources. Sel-Plex is the only selenium yeast reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Sel-Plex®. Improving your herd’s selenium status and increasing your profits ...naturally.

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Junior Livestock PRO..................12

RW Genetics............................42-43

Kent Show Feeds.....................28-29

Schnoor Sisters...............................9

King Feeds...............................28-29

Seever & Sons..............................21

Loin Eye Hog Farm......................72


M & M Livestock..........................15

Sierra Winter Classic...................11

CJLA News, Points & Sanctioned Shows.............26-27, 30

Marshall Sheep Co.......................47


Mid-Continent Farms....................3


CNPHA Hereford Classic............13

Millar Farms................................69


Cool Calf ......................................10

Mission Angus Ranch..................18

Silva Cattle...................................10

Arizona National Livestock Show.............................10

Dan Bush Hoof Trimming...........21

MJC Champions Choice Sale......60

Small Town Genetics, LLC..........71

Dynasty Project Animal Sale.......65

Associated Feed............................16

EDJE Technology.........................57

MJC Showmaster Classic Jackpot..........................................66

Bar Ale/Sunglo........................54-55

Evans Feed & Livestock Supply..........................60

NJSA Western Regional..............70

Sullivan Ranch...............................7

Fair Time Highlights.............31, 46

O.H. Kruse Grain & Milling...22-23

Farmers Warehouse........ Front Inside Cover

Orange Blossom Klassic..............11

Golden State Genetics.................51

Pork Palace...................................68

ADM Alliance / Showtec..............61 Advertisers Rate Sheet................41 Alltech.....................................66, 67 Alum-Line.....................................21

Bianchi Club Lambs....................72 BNS Kickoff Sale..........................63 California Angus Days.................19 California Club Calf Assn..............2 California Pork Producers Assn...................................36-38, 70

Nutrena/Showmaster....Back Cover

Ottenwalter Show Pigs................32

Golden Opportunity Sale.......60, 63

Pork Spectacular..........................70

Grand National............................48

California State Fair.................. Front Cover, 9

Great Western Livestock Show...64

Cal Poly’s Western Bonanza........69

HJ Boer Goats..............................68

CJLA Membership Application...17

Holiday Classic...............................4

Red Wave Tradition (CSU Fresno)................................47

J/4 Cattle......................................24

Rodgers Livestock..........................4

Premier 1......................................25 Purple Circle Magazine...............63

Subscription Form........................45 Sullivan Supply..............................1 Triple Threat Female Sale.............5 The Showtimes Magazine............21 Weaver Leather.............. Back Inside Cover Western All Breeds Show & Sale............................36-38 Western Regional.........................70 White Rail Ranch.........................64

Pacific showcase Night Visitors

We combined Top Females with the Best Boars in the States and got Competitive Show-Quality Hogs. We are constantly enhancing our program with Top Genetics.

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Come see Hamps, Yorks, Durocs & X-Breds • Show Pigs • Seedstock what the Palace Holds (Gaviota, CA) for you.... (805) 350-1459 (C) (805) 688-0337 (H)

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Consigning select fall wethers to:

"WETHERING THE EDGE" SALE January 8th — Stockton













January 15th — Merced

KYLE JEFFERSON & STEPHANIE HORTON Oakdale, CA 209.614.5664 october/november 2010

January 29th — Dixon Supreme Champion Market Goat 2010 Stanislaus County Fair Shown by Addison Cook-Horton


We proudly feed and recommend Bar Ale and Sunglo Feeds.

Here's to a Great 2010 Show Season! Our pigs were consistently at the upper end of our classes! The List Is Endless:


H Leaders, to the Exhibitors, 4all our buyers FFA Instructors and e in our program, for your confidenc a great job with and for doing such our Genetics!


for 2011 pigs, plus AI Sires!

GREAT SELECTION — YEAR ROUND For all types — Many Breeds to choose from!

• Inter-Mountain Fair of Shasta Co. (McArthur) • Nevada State Fair (Nevada) • Jr. Grand National (San Francisco) • California State Fair (Sacramento) • Klamath Falls Fair (Oregon) • Humboldt Co. Fair (Ferndale) • San Diego Co. Fair (Del Mar) • Lake Co. Fair (Lakeport) • Yolo Co. Fall Fair (Woodland) • Nevada Co. Fair (Grass Valley) • Ventura Co. Fair (Ventura) • California Mid-Winer Fair (Imperial) • Yuma Co. Fair (Arizona) • Glenn Co. Fair (Orland)

Contact us for your Next Show Pig!

Herd Manager Gerald Darling - 530/570-4989 Tom— Sr.


• Sacramento Co. Fair (Sacramento) • Yolo Co. Spring Fair (Woodland) • Ely Fair (Nevada) • Dixon May Fair (Dixon) • Porterville Fair (Porterville) • Yuba-Sutter Fair (Yuba City) • Butte Co. Fair (Gridley) • Tehama District Fair (Red Bluff) • Silver Dollar Fair (Chico) • Modoc Co. Fair (Cedarville) • Colusa Co. Fair (Colusa) • Sonoma Co. Fair (Santa Rosa) • San Joaquin Co. Fair (Stockton) • Shasta District Fair (Anderson)


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3368 Hwy. 45 Glenn, CA 95943

New This Year!

MARKET HEIFER Division $100 premiums for all Division Winners

A & B Show Format

Entry Deadline:

February 1st

Sanctioned Show

Enter online at And also at our website...

Join us on

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MARCH 1113

Stanislaus County Fairgrounds • Turlock, Calif.


Pork Spectacular

• Showmanship • Purebred & Crossbred Barrow Show • Purebred & Crossbred Gilt Show • Skillathon • Barnyard Olympics

• Breeding Gilt & Boar Show • Judging Clinic • Jackpot Show (CJLA points show) • Breeding Gilt, Boar and Club Pig Sale

Joint supper with a silent, dessert and live auction

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For more information contact: Kelli Reiff : • 765.463.3594 Lesa Carlton: • 916.447.8950 70


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Serving the nation's showpig enthusiasts!

2nd High Selling Chester Gilt — 2010 World Pork Expo! Exhibited by Zach Johnson. Sired by: Revenge. Thanks to Platt and Rodabaugh for your $1,200 investment in our program.

3rd High Selling Hampshire Gilt — 2010 World Pork Expo! Sired by: Judgement Day. Thanks to the Steele Family for your $1,900 investment in our program.

We also had the Champion and Reserve Champion Hampshire Gilts at the 2010 California State Fair Open Show!

Don't miss these upcoming sale dates!

2nd High Selling Hampshire Gilt — 2010 World Pork Expo! Sired by: Judgement Day. Thanks to Clapp Farms for your $3,500 investment in our program. • Supreme Champion Breeding Gilt, 2010 Calif. State Fair. • Supreme Champion Jackpot Hog, 2010 Golden Empire. • Supreme Champion Jackpot Hog, 2010 Surf 'n Turf. Exhibited by Caleb Johnson. Sired by: Stimulus.

She is bred to First Aid and due to farrow 1-13-11.

• January 8th, 2011 - Champion Drive Sale #1, Merced County Fairgrounds • March 6th, 2011 - Champion Drive Sale #2, Merced County Fairgrounds • March 27th, 2011 - "Focused on Quality" Sale, Mid-State Fairgrounds

2812 N. Hickman Rd. • Denair, CA 95316 • James

— 209-620-4106

The West Coast's #1 Semen Supplier For a complete list of show winners, go to 71

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We are excited to announce that we have become a dealer for Cimarron Trailers! Give us a call for specs and price quotes.

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Club Lambs Thanks to Morino Bros. Club Lambs for purchasing 1/2 interest in Bianchi #2290. He's a February lamb (RR/NN) - level topped, big hipped, with great feet and legs.


• Ram Lambs • Ewe Lambs • Bred Ewes

New lambs arriving soon! Your visit is always appreciated.

Mike Bianchi

Karen Bianchi

(209) 402-2016

Chris Bianchi

(209) 848-8930

Oakdale, California

(209) 847-0694

Kelly Bianchi Kunzler (435) 871-4511 (Utah)

...with Genetics that have a

Winning Reputation! • Quality • Quantity to fit all Fair Types • Year Round Availability all —

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• Variety of Breeds

(Ceres, CA)

Paul Fernandes • (209) 608-2697

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