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Bids Close Monday, October 4th at 3 p.m.

Don't miss the 2010...

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Calves like these turn into winners! Check out some of our recent successes:

Check our website for details and for updated photos of the calves! --

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Offering 22 Steers and 8 Heifers (the top of 75 calves!) in the Bid-Off. Private Treaty calves available October 5th. Free Delivery • Repeat Buyer Discounts! Free service at all major jackpots and county fairs on any calf purchased through the Bid-Off.

• Stanislaus County Fair - Supreme Champion Steer - Traci Alves • Orange County Fair - Supreme Champion Steer - Michael Halverson • Stanislaus County Fair - Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer - Traci Alves • Orange County Fair - Reserve Supreme Steer - Mariano Godinez • Alameda County Fair - Champion FFA Steer - Robert Boorujy • Alameda County Fair - Champion FFA British - Leslie Tsuda

Please Join Us! -

October 2nd, 2010

“First Sight Night and Customer Appreciation Dinner”

Calves will be on display starting at 3pm and dinner will be served starting at 5pm. Initial bids in the Bid-Off may be placed at this time.

Call anytime to view the calves!

Cattle Co. Justin and Shelly Schmidt Stevinson, CA

Mark Perez

209-585-6533

Crows Landing, CA

209-837-4721

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“Dynamic Divas” Production Sale

September 25, 2010 Stevensville, MT.

Guest Consignors: Mytty Angus Ranch • Barragree/Johnson Cattle Co. • Olson Cattle Co. • Severson’s Flying E

ZERO HYPE - ALL RESULTS!

Ayres Alexenia 440

(NHF)

Ayres Sin Wagon 150

Ayres Eva Mendez 770

3/1/10 Ayres Montana Upgrade X GAR Integrity X GAR Sleep Easy. Big time March prospect!!!

2/1/10 Ayres Montana Upgrade X Famous 7001 X TC Stockman 365. Dam is a FULL SISTER TO NJAS, NWSS, and WNAF champions!!!

2/2/10 Ayres Sudden Revival of OCC X New View X GT Max. Sister to ‘08 NILE and ‘09 MT Beef Expo Grand!!!

Ayres Babs 690

Ayres Reatta Karama 710

Ayres Eva Longoria B30

2/28/10 Ayres Montana Upgrade X GAR 1407 New Design 6482 X GAR Sleep Easy. Dam is a maternal sister to Easy Upgrade!!!

Ayres Diva’s Eline 190

4/19/10 Ayres Montana Upgrade X Famous X 365. Dam is a full sister to Sin Wagon’s dam, 190 is a 3/4 sister to ‘09 high seller!!! “Come see western Montana for fishing, fun and family time! Livestock Judging Contest - Winners receive credit toward purchases!

12/24/09 Ayres Pascalar Easy Upgrade X 878 X Prime Time. Full sister to our ‘08 high seller.

Ayres Pascalar Easy Upgrade

Maternal sister’s by Net Worth 4200 sell bred to Kessler’s Frontman, also the sire of Montana Upgrade!!!

View videos of sale cattle @ www.ayresangus.com

SALE BOOKS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST View & Bid Live @ For more info contact Rep: John Dickinson • 916 806 1919

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2/22/10 SAV Final Answer X 5175 X 9FB3. Pick of our ‘10 embryo calf crop!!!

Ayres Stardom Eline 700

5/2/10 Ayres Montana Upgrade X Ayres Pascalar Easy Upgrade X 9FB3. Dam is a maternal sister to the popular ABS/ORIGEN sire “New View” Great summer prospect!!!

Tom, Cara & Jonwyn Ayres .....406 531 6130 Kevin & Traci Mytty ..................406 360 8939 Brian Barragree ........................406 780 1219 Wendy Olson ............................406 261 3782 Lee Severson ............................406 523 9489 30 YEARS OF MAKING GREAT COWS! ANGUS, THE MAGAZINE

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Strike It Rich! at the 2nd Annual...

COPPEROPOLIS, CALIFORNIA • 9 A.M. PREVIEW • 11 A.M. SALE TIME • Steers priced for every budget! Sired by: DR Nighthawk, Gigilo Joe, Kadabra, Mercedes Benz, and more...

Last year, the debut of the Mother Lode Sale produced a number of winners we're proud of! Winners like these...

4-H Champion Steer, Dixon May Fair — Shown by Lyle Glass.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, Spotlight on Quality — Shown by Amelia Tower.

Res. Champion Local Bred, Gold Country Jackpot — shown by Julia Rohrabaugh.This steer was also a Class Winner at the Calaveras County Fair!

Congratulations to Ashlee Hofman with her Reserve Supreme Female at San Joaquin 2010! Sired by DR Nighthawk 866.

G/M Cattle Co.

For more information, contact:

Kevin & Stacey Griffith (209) 610-7616 (cell) • (209) 785-3013 (ranch)

Champion Local Bred Steer, Gold Country Jackpot — shown by Colton Atkinson

Congratulations to Kayla Harris with her Class Winner at the 2010 San Joaquin County Fair!

Wagner Livestock

Jeff & Nicole Wagner (209) 351-0351 (cell) • (209) 887-2291 (ranch)

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Come join us at the CNPHA

November 20-21, 2010 Amador Co. Fairgrounds • Plymouth, CA

November 20: 10:00 a.m.: Cattle on Display

12 Noon:

Hereford Classic Sale

Selling Flashy Show Heifers and Red Hot Show Steers!

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

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Boneso Livestock Online Sale Hosted By: Breeders’ World Online Sales Bidding will open October 1st and begin to close October 3rd at 6pm PST. Steve, Mary Ann, Wes and Maggie Boneso invite you to their upcoming sale. This year, Breeders’ World Online Sales will be hosting our event. We are very excited about this group of calves, which are sired by Grizzly, Heat Wave, Rodman, and more. Their dams make up our 80-head cowherd. By utilizing embryo transfer as well as purchasing top genetics, we have been able to build a program capable of producing quality calves that you will be proud to own and show. The offering this year includes black and smokey club calf prospects, plus some fancy show heifers. These calves will work at all levels of competition, and are eligible for the Bred and Fed division at the Mid State Fair. They are also qualified for the California Club Calf Association classes and awards at various jackpots and the state fair. Our new Herdsire is “Walks On Water”. He is co-owned with Chad Holtkamp, Chris Rosa and Wade Rodgers, and we are confident he will be a positive influence to move our program forward. His first calves will be on the ground soon. Semen is available thru the owners, or can be ordered directly at www.walksonwaterbull.com. For more information on our program, and the calves available through our upcoming online sale, please give us a call. All calves are available for viewing at the ranch, and we would love to have you come by to see this tremendous set of prospects in person. For an appointment, we can be reached at: Home phone: 805-227-4031 Cell phone: 805-294-3816.

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Sunday, October 10, 2010 — 1:00 p.m. • Modesto, CA

"VAR Lucy 0110"

Calved: 2-4-10 • Sire: SAV Bismarck 5682

"VAR Lady 9366"

Calved: 10-4-09 • Sire: OCC Emblazon 854E

"VAR Blackcap 9385"

Calved: 12-5-09 • Sire: 21AR Roundup 7005

"VAR Forever Lady 0059"

"VAR Lady Jaye 0016"

Calved: 1-03-10 • Sire: SS Objective T510 0T26

Calved: 1-13-10 • Sire: BC Lookout 7024

"VAR Rita 0185"

Calved: 3-9-10 • Sire: SAV Bismarck 5682

Look for our 2010 Sale Catalog in the September Angus Journal. "VAR Rita 0132"

"VAR Rita 9391"

Calved: 2-18-10 • Sire: SAV Bismarck 5682

James E. Coleman, Owner Doug Worthington, Manager Jason Judge, Marketing Brad Worthington, Operations Manager Matt Myers, Cow Herd Manager

Calved: 12-16-09 • Sire: 21AR Roundup 7005

2702 Scenic Bend • Modesto, CA 95355 Office: 209-521-0537 • Fax: 209-521-0840 E-mail: vintageangus@earthlink.net

Doug: 209-604-4513 Jason: 209-988-3722 Brad: 209-613-0723 Matt: 209-988-1650

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Saturday, October 30th

Sunday, October 31st

• Jr. Arrival Deadline — 10:00 a.m. • Sale Cattle Show — 10:00 a.m. • SOQ Sale — 1:00 p.m. • Social Hour — 6:00 p.m. • Annual Dinner & CSBA Meeting — 7:00 p.m.

• CJLA Shorthorn Junior Show — 9:00 a.m. • — Owned Heifer Division — Bred and Owned — Shorthorn Plus — Showmanship

• Buckles for Champions, Show Boxes for Reserves, and random drawings throughout the show for awards! • Payout the day of the show. • Entries on the website as of September 1, 2010, and are due October 22nd. august/september 2010

• — Shorthorn Steers — AOB Steers (only if you exhibit a Shorthorn Heifer or Steer) For more info, call Kris Gudel (Jr. Advisor) at 559-905-7048 or email krisgudel@gmail.com On the web:

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SHOW CALF WEEKEND!

PRIVATE TREATY PASTURE SALE Preview Day: September 25, 2010

Located in the beautiful mountains of Elba, Idaho. Sun-up to sundown, come visit us to enjoy the scenery and some good food as well.

Initial Bids Due September 27, 2010 at Noon - Mountain Time Selling approximately 60 head of quality Show Steers and Heifers. We also have a group of Bred Replacement Heifers for sale, private treaty. These are available now! Give us a call!

BARKER

Cattle Company Tyler Barker: 801-372-0996 Tom & Sally Ottley: 208-638-5571 (Ranch) • 208-312-3085 Email: tosalott@atcnet.net Visit our website for updated photos & sale information: www.barkercattle.com august/september 2010 15


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 2010

Viewing at 4 p.m. • A fitting and feeding demo at 5:00 • Sale begins at 6:00 LOCATION: GLENN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS — ORLAND, CA • All cattle are gentle, halter broke, vaccinated and consigned by these well-known consignors.

• Cattle are eligible and pre-entered to be shown the following days in the Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show. They can show in their respective classes as well as the Northern Exposure futurity classes.

CONSIGNORS:

Ward Cattle Company M & M Cattle Company • Reis Livestock Brocco Show Cattle • Whitcomb Ranch Egan Ranch • Boydstun Ranch C & M Macfarlane • Gilardi Show Cattle Applegate Trail Ranch • KK Livestock Double (E) Hay & Cattle

For more information and to view consignments check out www.reislivestock.com/northernexposure.html or call Mary Reis (530) 682-0317. kend The wee with d won't en Don't ! the sale e... t s s mi h NUAL 3rd AN CJLA Sanctioned

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Saturday — Showmanship A; Heifers A & B Sunday — Showmanship B; Steers A & B New this year – Bred and Owned Heifer Show, NE futurity class

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Don & Skeeter Brumley P.O. Box 239, Orovada, NV 89425 775-272-3152 • Cell: 209-479-0287 Email: orovadaherefords@aol.com

The Danekas Family 10660 Gay Road, Wilton, CA 95693 • 916-849-2725 916-837-1432 • Email: pheasanttrek@aol.com Come Fly With Us... www.pheasanttrek.com

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Jim, Karen & Elizabeth Vietheer • PO Box 217, Wilton, CA 95693 916-687-7620 • 916-834-2669 • Email: jimvietheer@frontiernet.net Mel Hansen 707-838-4463 • Darrell Hansen 707-328-9349 Email: darrellhansen1@hotmail.com • Website: www.haveangus.com august/september 2010


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We grow 'em... you show 'em!!

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

Our first calf crop from this 2-year-old bull looks OUTSTANDING! Halterbroke and with a great disposition.

Playboy x PB Shorthorn

"PLAYBOY" Grand Champion AOB Bull, Open AND Junior Shows, 2010 CA State Fair

Who Made Who x Angus

with 3 of her calves -all Heat Wave x Who Made Who

Playboy x Meyer Angus

Playboy x Angus


Meyer 6807 Cow

All Calves RAISED BY US, and all CCCA Eligible!

with her Leroy Brown x Meyer 6807 steer calf.

We will have calves at the NORTHERN EXPOSURE Steer & Heifer Sale, October 15th!

Leroy Brown x Maine

I Am Legend x Angus

Hot Spot x Angus

Leroy Brown x Meyer

——A GREAT YEAR AT THE FAIRS AND JACKPOTS FOR OUR GENETICS! ——

Reserve Grand Champion & FFA Champion Steer at Chowchilla. Shown by Cassie Bruecker.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer at Merced County Fair. Shown by Shane Nelson.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer at Los Banos County Fair. Shown by Shane Nelson.

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

Reserve FFA Champion Steer, Chowchilla-Madera Co. Fair. Shown by Morgan Staneart.

4-H Champion Steer, Merced Co. Fair. Shown by John Sanchotena.

We also had the — Reserve FFA Market Steer at Merced County Fair, shown by Colby Cozzitorto — and — Reserve FFA Champion at the Silver Dollar Fair in Chico, shown by Hannah Campos

We'd like to thank our 2009 customers for their support!

Rowen Johnson • Trevor Graham • Chad Brossard • Kyle Silva Colby Cozzitorto • Victoria Coelho • The Martin Family

Calves are available for viewing anytime at the ranch! Give us a call!

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A Program with a Tr Silveira Bros. Partners for Performance Female Sale October 9, 2010, Firebaugh, CA A Program that dominated the 2010 National Junior Angus Bred and Owned Show! Silveiras Style 9303 [NHF]

DOB: 1/20/2009 3IRE'AMBLES(OT2ODs$AM 3ILVEIRAS%LBA -'34WIN6ALLEY0RECISION%

Champion Bred and Owned Bull Shown by Garrett Blanchard. 4HISMIGHTBETHEBESTBULLEVERPRODUCEDAT3ILVEIRA"ROSTHATCOMMANDEDOVER ATTHE"ASES,OADED 3ALE $ENVER #/!VERYASTUTEGROUPOFBREEDERSBOUGHTINTOTHISBULLBECAUSEOFHISPHENOTYPICANDGENETICEXCELLENCE -ANYPATERNALSIBLINGSANDPROGENYFROMTHEGREAT%LBACOWFAMILYSELLATTHISEVENT #%$ )  -ARB 

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PO Box 37 � Firebaugh, CA 93622 www.silveirabros.com � silveirabros@msn.com Rick, Allison & Garrett Blanchard: (559) 674-9067 Rick’s Cell: (559) 217-1502 Garrett’s Cell: (559) 978-2778 • Darrell Silveira: (559) 217-1504

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adition of Quality!!!! 75 Outstanding Lots Sell!

Selling a super set of show heifers, bred heifers, pairs, bred cows, embryos, pregnancies, flushes and more from the great cow herd that produced these winners and too many more to mention! Silveiras Elba 8546 [NHC] DOB: 11/19/2008 3IRE'AMBLES(OT2ODs$AM 3ILVEIRAS%LBA MGS: #Twin Valley Precision E161 CED I+7 Marb I+.29

BW I+1.6 RE I+.20

WW I+51 Fat I-.002

YW I+94 $W +27.36

SC I-.18 $F +32.78

MILK I+17 $G +23.17

$EN +3.72 $B +47.27

4HE2ESERVE#HAMPION"REDAND/WNED(EIFERATTHE.*!3 $ENVER #/ FOR'ARRETT"LANCHARD3HEISAFULLSISTERTO3TYLE ANDMANYOTHERCHAMPIONSFROMCOASTTOCOASTFROMONEOFTHE GREATESTANDMOSTWINNINGCOMBINATIONOFGENETICSEVERTOHITTHE SHOWANDSALERINGSACROSSTHE53-ANYPATERNALSISTERSSELLAS WELLASAGREATSETOFFEMALESFROMTHE%LBACOWFAMILY

The kind we sell will produce you winners!!!

Silveiras Elba 6546

DOB: 11/16/2006 3IRE'AMBLES(OT2ODs$AM 3ILVEIRAS%LBA MGS: #Twin Valley Precision E161

CED I+7 Marb I+.31

BW I+.6 RE I+.28

WW YW I+48 I+94 Fat $W I+.011 +26.38

SC I-.18 $F +33.95

MILK I+17 $G +21.90

Another full sister to these outstanding cattle was shown successfully by Savannah Levisay, Creston, CA. The best part is in the first set of calves she produced the Late Heifer Calf Champion in the Bred and Owned Show for Savannah at the 2010 NJAS, Denver, CO.

LVS Elba 0918 DOB: 11/18/2009 3IRE "#,OOKOUT $AM 3ILVEIRAS%LBA MGS: Gambles Hot Rod

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Silveiras Erica Diana 8329

EXAR Wendy 3125

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PO Box 37 � Firebaugh, CA 93622 www.silveirabros.com silveirabros@msn.com Rick, Allison & Garrett Blanchard: (559) 674-9067 Rick’s Cell: (559) 217-1502 Garrett’s Cell: (559) 978-2778 Darrell Silveira: (559) 217-1504

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Where will you be the Friday before Labor Day? Why spend the money to go halfway across the country searching for powerful Angus genetics - when they're in your own backyard? Save the freight cost and come to Red Bluff for the COMPLETE DISPERSAL of the FALL CALVING HERD, in addition to our Angus & Charolais Bull Sale. We'll sell the largest set of Ohlde influenced genetics this side of the Rockies — featuring a great selection of Emblazon, 6807, EXT, Lookout and Bushwacker sons and daughters.

Join us for the 10th Annual Byrd Cattle Company

"BEST OF BOTH WORLDS" Angus & Charolais Bull Sale & FALL CALVING FEMALE DISPERSAL

Searching for the right Angus bull to use on registered or percentage females? Need a breed leading female to highlight an elite Angus program? Looking for a moderate framed, powerful “tank” to produce show steers? Trying to find a competitive show heifer? They're all here!

Friday, September 3 — 2 p.m. 140 Bulls Sell, all with the BCC Bull One of the many Complete OCC Buyer's Bonus, plus Dispersal Emblazon 854E sons to sell. of the Fall-Calving Registered Herd

The most versatile set of Angus bulls and females in the West sell September 3 in our 10th Annual "Best of Both Worlds" Sale. Call or email and we'll quickly send you a free catalog.

The famous BCC Dinner & Party to Follow!

LCC 4559 Poly 807

Bred by Bobby Lax, Owned by Dawson Gatz. This Supreme Champion Female of the 2010 Arizona National Junior Show and 2009 Jr. Cow Palace is sired by BCC Lead On 164-4559 “Leroy,” a bull Bobby Lax bought in our 2005 sale. “Leroy” is a true calving ease bull who sires cattle that simply get better every day. The only maternal sister to “Leroy” sells in our fall calving dispersal, as does an awesome November “Leroy” daughter.

B C C Enchantress 6074-9566 This outstanding November heifer by “Leroy” sells!

B C C 878 Anita 179-3096

The dam of the co-second high selling bull last year to HAVE Angus that went on to be a Reserve Division winner at both the Arizona National and the Western National Angus Futurity. Her dam is a maternal sister to BCC Bushwacker 41-93. She sells! 2002 CBCIA Seedstock Producer of the Year!

Byrd Cattle Company Dan, Chris & Brooke Byrd: (530) 527-9036 Ty, Gina, Hayley & Jayden Byrd: (530) 200-4054 E-mail: byrdcattleco@hotmail.com Website: www.byrdcattleco.com

Gina, Ty, Chris, Jayden, Hayley, Brooke and Dan

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Grand Genetics with a Fun Family Atmosphere!

Sale on Saturday ON

Sale

october 30-31,2010 PLYmouth, CA

For: Show Quality Steers & Heifers

Junior Jackpot Show on Sunday

Heifers & Steers bought at sale by juniors are eligible for the "Sweepstakes" class the next day at the Jr. Jackpot Show. Heifers: 1st: $500 • 2nd: $250 • 3rd: $100 • 4th on down: $50 each Steers: 1st: $250 • 2nd: $125 • 3rd: $50 • 4th on down: $25 each For more information or sale catalogues, contact:

Alpha Gipe: (209) 358-9377 • Greg Cardey: (209) 386-0409 Jackpot Info — Kris Gudel: (559) 905-7048

www.californiashorthornbreeders.org

Start your herd or add to it with a Bred Heifer or Cow

Offering Calves like these...

Imhof Cattle Co.

Sire: Monopoly Sire: Hollywood

Private Treaty Bid Sale

Saturday, October 2, 2010 Bids close at 5:00 p.m.

...to produce results like this!

"Tradition of Excellence!"

Price ranges for Everyone!

Res. Supreme Mkt. Steer Jr. Grand National

Full sibs available to these s! Champion

Calves perfect for May — October shows. All calves halter broke and on feed. Sale Location: Verona Road, Pleasanton, CA I-680 — Exit 25, follow Sunol Blvd. South — Verona Rd. on the right.

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Sire: Hollywood

Res. Champion Maine Heifer Western Bonanza

Also had: Reserve Supreme Champion Steer at the Siskiyou Golden Jackpot Show!

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Jr. Show: RESERVE SR. CALF CHAMPION

Jr. Show: RESERVE CHAMPION

Open Show: CLASS WINNER

Open Show: INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION

Jr. Show: JR. CALF CHAMPION Open Show: RES. JR CALF CHAMPION

Jr. Show: RESERVE CHAMPION

We also had the First Place Pair of Females in the PACE Show.

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Gil and Kay Albiani Mike, Chantelle, Jordan & Madison Albiani

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Deschutes County Fairgrounds, Redmond, OR

OCTOBER 23-24, 2010 Special Heifer Futurity: $2,000 Grand • $1,000 Reserve

She Sells! SHOW PROSPECTS

She Sells! February prospect by EXAR Maximus 5771

September Heifer by EXG RS First Light S909

DON’T FORGET THE CASCADE SPECTACULAR JACKPOT! Each year the OR Angus Association hosts a special Futurity Class during the Sunday Jackpot Show that is eligible for all sale heifers purchased by a junior exhibitor. The Association has paid $12,000 in premiums over the past four years with annual awards of $2,000 for GRAND and $1,000 for RESERVE. With this kind of jackpot money available, these CASCADE heifers don’t cost…..THEY PAY!

For a sale book, contact:

(916) 662-1298 • (916) 806-1919 Email: info@parnelldickinson.com Website: www.parnelldickinson.com

For show information, contact Brad Gohr (503) 932-6494 or email brad.gohr@vsi.cc

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In the 2009 Show season, Brad and Dawn Gohr led a Champion with either an Angus or a Hereford (and sometimes both) at every major Show in the west. Including: Idaho State Fair Oregon State Fair California State Fair Washington State Fair NILE in Billings American Royal in Kansas City Arizona National

These two heifers will sell at this year's Tattoo: 9108 September 2009

Tattoo: 1011 February 2010

Oct. 23-24

Gohr Customers success SPECTA CUL

The Reserve Owned Heifer at the Western National Angus Futurity Junior Show in Reno — Bred by us, and sold through the Cascade Sale two years ago.

• Oregon State Fair Jr. Show Champion AR in 2008 and 2009 • Washington State Fair Jr Show Champion in 2008 and 2009 • 2010 Southwest WA Jackpot: Champion Heifer • Washington Angus Field Day: Champion Heifer • Juniper Jackpot: Champion Heifer • College Classic Rs: Champion heifer • Three Peaks Classic Champion Heifer • Northwest Preview: SR Calf Champion • Spring Classic: Champion Heifer • Deschutes County Fair: Supreme Champion

BRAD AND DAWN GOHR 307 N.W. IVY LANE • MADRAS, OREGON 97441 august/september 2010

(503) 932-6494 • (541) 475-2061 32 On the web: www.gohrangus.com/


Our purebred Angus and Shorthorn Genetics are...

"Ross" - PB Shorthorn Steer "Ace of Diamonds x Ruby"

"Rachel" - PB Shorthorn Heifer (fall born). "Ace of Diamonds x Reba"

"Rose" - PB Shorthorn Heifer "Ace of Diamonds x Reba"

They were champions in the show ring, and are proven producers of top maternal females and show animals.

"Rocky" - PB Shorthorn Steer "Ace of Diamonds x Reba"

"Panda" - "Ring of Fire" (Heat Wave son) x Simi Angus steer

• Also have two spring PB Angus heifer show prospects: “Hot Rod x Proven Queen” “Rodman x Annie’s Sib (VRD)” • Also have late calves, both steers and heifers, out of our “Irish Whiskey x Witch Doctor” bull.

Simi Maine x PB Angus (Carneyman x Lilly) heifer; Lilly: Raptor x Annie

We also have Bred Heifers available out of our genetics! Visit our website —

www.silveiralivestock.com — for pedigrees on our donor cows and pictures of past animals raised and sold

We also have a cool-calf cold room for sale! Only has 8 months' use — LIKE NEW. 16' x 24'.

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Getting a Bigger Piece of the Pie – Direct Marketing More of Your Project

By Carol Albrecht

next person in line and told her we were cashing her deposit. She was delighted.

Many who show and exhibit livestock focus on just that; the showring. That is, after all, why we drive long distances and use the best genetics and feed. A quality program takes quality inputs. But have you considered the other avenues available for making revenue from your project?

One of the tricks of direct marketing is finding a “niche” for yourself. A niche is something that your farm or operation does that is better or different than others and that there is a market for. Something the consumer wants. Some of our farm’s niche markets are: grass-fed beef, pasture raised eggs, natural colored yarn, browse finished goat, and soy free chicken. Why is this important? Because the consumer will pay more for something that is special, unique, different or meets a need they have. Let’s look at some of these niche market terms.

In agriculture, many of us are “price takers”. This means we look at the market reports and we sell for the market price. We take that price. If it is not high enough we complain, but still continue to take the price. The average dollar spent on food by consumers in the grocery store gives just seven cents to the farmers who raised the raw ingredients. Those farmers are price takers.

Natural: This means that nothing artificial has been added. This is a really broad term and most consumers have caught on that it can mean just about anything.

In 2002, we on our farm had to become “price makers”. In a series of articles over the next few months, I hope to share with you what we learned in that process and how you can begin to make more from your project.

Farm Raised: Conjuring up images of Old MacDonald this term takes the consumer to a happy place. But again it is super broad and does not mean much. We don’t usually raise agricultural products in shopping malls.

So what happened in 2002? A crash of farm prices for our olive crop. A crop that had been worth over a million was now worth about twenty thousand dollars. Obviously, this was an unacceptable situation. So rather than hauling everything off the farm and selling it at the market price, we learned to sell it ourselves. Today we have replaced that income and then some by selling directly to the consumer. This is called direct marketing or by some relationship marketing. We know the names of our customers, we know about their families and lives and they know about us. They come to the farm and we chat. Those hundreds of customers give us a very secure market for our product. If one of them decides not to buy ground beef this week it is not a problem, we have other customers. If we were selling our entire harvest of beef to a store that changed its mind, that would be a problem. In fact, we have waiting lists for most all of our products. Last week a customer backed out on a whole beef and we simply called the

Grain Fed: This means you took the time to feed grain and consumers believe that you did not feed by-products or steroids or anything else other than grain. There is still a market for grain fed in some upper end restaurants and with some older consumers and in some rural areas. Hormone Free, Antibiotic Free: These are pretty self explanatory but mean quite a bit to consumers. Free Range: This means the animal was not confined in a cage or stall. It has to have access to the outside world.

Maine-Anjou Chimaine • Club Calf

feedlot where trucks bring the feed.

Grass-fed: Animals in this category ate grass at some point in their lives.

Steers Available Year-Round – Just Give Us a Call! Lou & Suzanne Seever 3687 Old Santa Rita Rd. Pleasanton, CA 94588 august/september 2010

Hand Raised: This means that the animal was raised by a person rather than a machine as in a

Day – 925.463.3443 Night – 925.820.5392 Mobile – 925. 989.9069

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JUNIOR MARKET SHOWS (NEW FOR 2011 ( Lambs and Goats: Exhibitors may enter up to 4 goats or lambs, but may only bring 3 DNA Hair Testing: Required for all Junior Market Beef, Lambs and Goats DNA Testing Kits MUST be turned in with Entry forms Request forms for DNA Testing Kits are available at NationalWestern.com PLEASE NOTE: Pictures and Nose Prints are no longer required for junior market lambs and goats.

(2011 DEADLINES ( Jr Market Beef: Nomination/Ownership Deadline: September 15, 2010 Jr Market Lambs and Goats: Entry Deadline: November 1, 2010 There are several more important changes for 2011 Junior Market Show. Please visit NationalWestern.com for a complete list of updated rules. For more information, please contact us at cattle@nationalwestern.com or 303-299-5559.

of omega 3 fatty acids, conjugated linoleic acids (CLA), and other healthy fats in grass-fed meats. Articles in popular magazines and some recent documentaries and books have sent consumers searching for grass-fed.

of product in a given year you need not be officially certified to be organic. If you sell more than that you will need a certification from an agency. This requires record keeping, paying of fees and annual inspection. Prices for organic items can be very good and might be worth the extra trouble.

Pasture Raised: This term is used for swine and poultry that are not capable of getting all of their nutritional needs from pasture. So the animals are kept on a pasture and fed complete feeds on the side. The expectation is that about 30% of their nutritional needs will come from the pasture.

These are just a few of the terms you can use to market your product as special and worth more. Instead of telling a prospective customer that you “need to unload a backup lamb”, you can mention that you have a natural, grain fed, hand raised animal available at a premium price. That customer may be so excited that she will tell all her friends about this wonderful lamb she has found….

Humane or Animal Welfare Approved: These terms come with a certification from an organization. Many of these certifications are free and require that you follow a set of guidelines and submit to an inspection once or so each year. Checking out the guidelines on their various websites will let you know if they would be a good fit for you.

In the following issues we will examine special niche markets and marketing techniques for beef, swine, sheep, goats, and poultry. If you have topics you would like to see covered, please send me an email at ccakfa@aol.com and I will do my best. Carol Albrecht and her husband Kurt own and manage Chaffin Family Orchards. Carol is the third generation of her family to farm the land in Coal Canyon north of Oroville, California. The Albrechts grow Citrus, Stone Fruits, Pastured Poultry, Olives, Beef Cattle, Meat Goats and Sheep on 2000 sustainably farmed acres. Over 80 % of their products are direct marketed to the end consumer through a farm store, farmers markets, CSAs, buying clubs, and an internet store. Carol and Kurt have 6 children ranging in age from 28 to 8. Five of their children were adopted from the foster care system and it was while writing years of behavior reports on children that Carol discovered relaxation and enjoyment in writing. Kurt and Carol’s purpose is to raise healthful food in a way that gives back to the land, the eater, and the families of the ranch.

Predator Friendly: Again a certification from an organization. This term means you work with the predators by using electric fence, guardian dogs, etc. rather than hunting them. Consumers who are very into wildlife will seek out these products. Guidelines are available on the predator friendly website. Organic: A national set of guidelines that must be followed in order to list your products as organic. If you sell less than $5000 35

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We've Built the Foundation! Here’s your chance to purchase some of the Top Genetics in our Herd!

The dam of SS New School

XAR Lady 8946

Sire: Lutton 1831 • MGS: Saugahatchee 3000G

Bid-Off Sale OSU Jilt 8100

Sire: Raven MGS: E161

MSU Lucy 830

VAR Black Lass 5167

Sire: KG Dakota • MGS: SVF GDAR 216 LTD

November 27th

Angus female show prospects and embryo packages out of our best donor cows, with the bull of the buyer’s choice!

Sire: Net Worth 4200 MGS: E161

OSU Empress 7

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Sire: Raven • M GS: E&B 1483 Scotchman 54 3

KNC Cabin Creek Sandy 804 Chowchilla, CA Brad: 559-665-1991 • Mike: 559-363-1957 Amanda: 559-223-1891 Luke Doris (Oklahoma): 620-353-4114 august/september 2010

Sire: BC Lookout 70 24 MGS: ROTC Regulat or 0405

Steers and Maine Heifers for sale. 36 free to stop by and take a look! Feel


Annual Fall Bull Sale

October 23rd, 2010

Selling 80 Powerful Club Calf and A.I. Sire Prospects at the ranch in Crawford, Oklahoma Many Leading Herd Sires for Outfits Across the Country Have Been Produced from this Sale Offering! Several breeds represented of stout, p powerful, major club calf producing bulls will sell!

Blanco

Carpe Diem

Hagrid

NO Apologies

Troubadour

Escalade

. . . s n a l P e k Ma

All of these leading sires sold in a Cream of the Crop Sale! Plus many others - Give us a call for a sale book today or visit collinscattleservices.com.

For a Sale Book - catalog@pldi.net

KRIS BLACK HEREFORD RANCH

Kris, Gay & Phylli Black Rt. 1, Box 23 • Crawford, OK (580) 983-2363 Home (580) 309-0711 Kris’s Cell Tim Voboril (580) 309-0774 John Harvey (580) 497-6664

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Since 1980

Who What

For Sale:

2009 Custom Built Elite Show Trailer

When

24x71/2x6, with floating center gate.

806.499.3749 • 806.499.3759 fax 14200 FM 1062 - Canyon, Texas 79015 www.purplecircle.com • purplcircle@midplains.coop

America’s Premier Youth Livestock Magazine since 1980 serving the Youth and those involved with the Junior Livestock Show Industry. With no added costs we’ll advertise your cattle, goats, hogs, lambs, show supplies, feed or trailers - whatever you have to sell we’ll get the word out to bring in the buyers. Besides our magazine we can also put together your brochures. Give us a call for all your advertising needs 806.499.3749. 24 hours a day / 7 days a week 365 days a year since 1980 on the internet and in our publication.

Where

Nationwide with subscribers in 45 states, Canada and Mexico. Free distribution to all major livestock shows, numerous state fairs and dozens of jackpots and sales.

Why

Because you want to spend your hard earned advertising dollars with the BEST! It’s a smart move to advertise with the Purple Circle - we get the job done for the best prices! The Purple Circle serves as a showcase, a public arena, from which people from coast to coast can promote their livestock and products and to acknowledge 4-H and FFA exhibitors from other areas of the Country. You’ll also keep up to date with the latest trends and find what you are looking for by subscribing to Purple Circle.

• Call for additional features.

Asking — $18,500.00 Call Steve Thurman at 661-203-7613

"FAIR TIME" Appearing in the October/November Issue

This section is to highlight exhibitors who did well at their show, but weren't seen in the Show Results (because pictures weren't available from the fair). • Send or E-mail one photo from one fair (that hasn't had Show Results in the magazine) and highlight all that they won at that show. Don't forget to put the name of the exhibitor, plus their Club, Chapter or Grange, and the fair that the picture is from. • Information and photo have to be in by September 20th. • If sending by mail, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope so we can return your photos. august/september 2010

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Send photo and info to: Pacific Showcase P.O. Box 41430, San Jose, CA 95160 If e-mailing, please send photo and info to:

pacificshowcase@gmail.com

* This will only be highlighted in the October/November issue, so don't miss out!


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— s r e b m e M FFA

Why Are We Here???

By Kristi Mattes

can be a productive member of their communities, as well as the agriculture industry. Whatever our goals may be, it is imperative that we all understand the importance agriculture plays in our lives each and every day.

Since 1928, FFA members have been asked this very question every time they meet, and they respond by saying: “To practice brotherhood, honor agricultural opportunities and responsibilities and develop those qualities of leadership, which an FFA member should possess.”

For those of you that think FFA is just, “Cows and Plows”, over the next few issues I hope to acquaint you with all that I have learned and shared with others about the organization.

As the worlds largest inter-curricular youth organization, the FFA gives today’s youth the opportunity to explore personal growth, leadership development and career success. In 1917, classes were started in rural high schools for farm boys to study agriculture. Although many changes have occurred through the years, one thing hasn’t, and that is that the FFA is the only organization devoted to the promotion and education of our youth about agriculture.

The FFA has a motto:

“Learning to do.

Doing to learn.

Earning to live.

Living to serve.”

I look forward to showing you how the FFA learns, does, earns and serves its members, its chapter, its community and its industry. By the time we are done, you’ll know exactly, “WHY FFA IS HERE”.

The FFA today looks very different from the FFA of 1928. For one thing, it now includes women, for which I am very grateful. Many students today have little or no connection to a farm and minimal knowledge of agriculture. So what brings them to our program? There are a variety of reasons. Some are from an agriculture background or have had parents or siblings in the program, others want to be a part of our organization because their friends have told them how much fun it is, and then there are those who have been assigned to the classes by school counselors. Whatever the reason, I truly believe that today’s FFA has something for everybody.

nder —

When the Future Farmers of America Organization started, you had to join and pay an affiliation fee to get all the benefits it had to offer. Years ago, California started the trend of affiliating every student that enrolled in an agriculture class which automatically made them a member of the FFA organization. Now every student can participate in as many activities as they wish.

Just a Remi

You can view proofs online anytime at

As an educator of 32 years and a past member of the FFA, I have not only seen what the FFA can do for a student, but have experienced it myself. It has been my job to develop young leaders that

• Proofs will no longer be mailed • Convenient Paypal is now available for online orders!

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.

Wendy Hall

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)

RANDY JONES

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1365 Bramble Rd. • Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

Email: cowfoto@hughes.net (805) 481-3580 Home • (805) 459-4356 Cell 42


Double E

Two events coming this fall — two opportunities to purchase outstanding beef genetics!

Hay & Cattle

We have an unbelievable set of Spring Born Club Calves and Show Heifers!

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9th, 2010

— Available to choose from NOW — • Private Treaty •

Wilsonville, Oregon

Only the highest quality project steers consigned from three of Northwest Oregon's top breeders.

RUSHER'S 4R RANCH • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY • BRETT MURRAY Eric, Kohl, Layn & Tye Bright - 209/761-6607 Ed Bright - 209/389-4060

16120 Buchanan Hollow Rd. Le Grand, CA 95333

New!

NOVEMBER 3rd-4th, 2010

To keep your cattle moving on the right track, give me a call.

Only the top females from Rusher's will sell at www.breedersworld.com. Special guest sale partners will bring excitement to the 4R Ranch Female Sale!

831-623-4316

For more information on these sales, contact:

MIKE RUSHER 503.888.1823

2345 Salinas Road San Juan Bautista, CA 95045

Clendon Gilbert cgilbert@supermarketservices.com

Cool Calf specializes in custom built cool rooms and refrigeration systems for your show cattle needs.

6129 SW Homesteader Rd. Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 www.4rranch.com

Milton Gilbert mgilbert@supermarketservices.com

Cool Calf is a subdivision of Supermarket Services Co., Inc.

800 711-8982, 580 371-0220 1529 Industrial Lane Tishomingo, OK 73460 We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

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Central California Cattle Clipping Clinic at Kirk

s ' t l a w r e i St

November 19th-21st, 2010 Konda Family Showbarn — (Porterville, CA)

Kirk Stierwalt is an accomplished cattle fitter, educator, judge and leader in the show cattle industry. Stierwalt Show Cattle clinics, both at his ranch in Oklahoma and across the United States and Canada, were established in 1987 and have been held for 22 years. Kirk is the ambassador for Purina Feeds and the National Training Ambassador for Andis Clippers. These clinics have been successful in helping people of all ages acquire the skills needed to pur the "competitive edge" on their side. You will learn proven techniques and tips on clipping, show day dressing, showmanship, feeding, new product development and general care. These clinics are an excellent update on everything in the show cattle industry. Our school is not just for kids, open to ag teachers, parents, leaders and exhibitors. Each session fills up fast! 20 participants limited to each session.

Call today to reserve your spot! (Becky Clark: 559-3590533)

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We're excited about our consignment of 2 Heifers (1 bred) and 1 Steer at the upcoming "SPOTLIGHT ON QUALITY" Sale! Your opportunity to acquire powerful Shorthorn genetics backed by the winning Bennett name!

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Reserve lifornia State Fair Junior 2010 Ca yatt Judge yW

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Home of the 2010 National Reserve Champion Shorthorn Bull, and Show Bull of the Year, "SONNY CALIFORNIA"!

Mike & Marti Bennett — 559-534-2396 Brooke Bennett — 559-350-0349

Reserve Divisio n Champion Sh orthorn 2010 Californ ia State Fair Ope n Show Exhibited by Ben nett Land & Cat tle

Fall born steers and heifers for sale at the ranch!

Ducor, California

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Use the "Applegate

Trail"

Ranch to lead you to the

Champion Drive and discover success at the end of your show trail!

2010 Reserve Grand Champion Steer: Jackson County Fair, Heatwave x 468D (Applegate Trail Ranch Donor), Bred by Fair. Full sibs available.

Champion FFA AOC: CA State Fair, Heatwave x 468D, Bred by Applegate. Full sibs available.

2009 Champion FFA Steer: Jackson County Fair, Heatwave x 424, Bred by Applegate. Dr. Who maternal brother available.

These exhibitors and owners discovered success with their Applegate Trail Ranch Genetics, and you can too!

Champion California Club Calf Association Steer, Western Bonanza & Fresno Jackpots, Heat Seeker x 468D. Bred by Applegate. Full sibs available.

Hot Spot

Popular Select Sires AI Stud, Heat Seeker x 468D, Bred by Applegate. Full sibs available.

Your trail to success begins here!

Spring born calves available at the ranch. Also, watch for our powerful consignments at the Jackson County Harvest Sale (Sept. 25-26, Central Point, OR) and Northern Exposure Steer and Heifer Sale (Oct. 15-17, Orland, CA).

Calves sired by

Heatwave, Heat Seeker, Hot Spot, Immortal, Who Made Who, Dr. Who and Heat Ray

CHECK OUT our new rewards program, “Applegate Trail Bucks”! We reward you for discovering success at the end of your “show trail” while exhibiting our cattle! Earn up to $1,000 Applegate Trail Bucks Steer and Heifer Calves Available Private Treaty, towards your next purchase! as well as at the sales listed above — give us a call!

Here’s how it works… Available to all of our private treaty and public sale customers! Purchase any steer or heifer from Applegate Trail Ranch and you are automatically eligible to receive “Appelgate Trail Bucks” credited towards your next purchase from us the following year! To receive your trail bucks, just provide us a suitable picture of your calf from the show where you earned your trail bucks. Only one award per calf per year (the highest award/payout will be credited). If the exhibitor is no longer eligible to show and has purchased calves for two or more consecutive years from us, the award will be given as a cash prize. Here’s how you can earn your “Applegate Trail Bucks."

State Fairs Supreme: $1000 • Res. Supreme: $750 • FFA/4-H Champion: $500 FFA/4-H Res. Champion: $250 • 1st Place in Market Class: $150 County Fairs/Major Shows: Supreme: $500 • Res. Supreme: $250 • FFA/4-H Champion: $200 FFA/4-H Res. Champion: $150 • 1st Place in Market Class: $100 Group 1 or Market Ready Placing: $50 All Jackpot Shows: Supreme: $250 • Res. Supreme: $150 • 1st Place in Market Class: $50 48 august/september 2010

Applegate Trail Ranch

Live Oak and Tulelake, California — Two locations to serve you!

Owners: Dave & Jeanette Dillabo Manager: Dave Dillabo Jr. 541-281-9240 or 530-695-9322


Continued from page 47 13-15 1. Cramer, Mariesa.................. 310 2. Lehfeldt, Travis................... 285 3. Mcintyre, Baylie.................. 220 4. Serna, Artie.......................... 155 5. Conant, Greg....................... 115 6. Zittel, Madison.................... 110 7. Johnson, Caleb...................... 70 8. Taylor, Brent.......................... 65 9. Anderson, Morgan................. 55 10. Debusk, Ryan...................... 45 11. Miller, Savannah................. 45 12. Alderson, Lauren................. 40 13. Dutra, Justine..................... 15 14. Mccain, Jordan...................... 5 15. Auldridge, Allison.................. 0 16. Bryson, Kane......................... 0 17. Byrd, Larry............................ 0 18. Gibbs-England, Jada............. 0 19. Giddings, Mariah................... 0 20. Huseby, Danielle.................... 0 21. Mattes, Robert....................... 0 22. Sheppard, Ian........................ 0 23. Simmons, Lane...................... 0 24. Tarbell, Jake.......................... 0

16-19 1. Conant, Matthew................. 300 2. Tasos, Lindsay..................... 205 3. Vasquez, Claire.................... 170 4. Lasalle, Brittany.................. 85 5. Bradshaw, Matt..................... 50 6. Brem, Kyle............................. 35 7. Clark, Micah.......................... 35 8. Shively, Darrah...................... 35 9. Auldridge, Codie.................... 25 10. Lopez, Sarah-Ann................ 25 11. Bright, Melanie..................... 0 12. Gordan, Camille.................... 0 13. Hastin, Nick........................... 0 14. Kelzer, Jocelyn....................... 0 15. Moses, Alyssa......................... 0 16. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0 17. Stegall, Melissa..................... 0

Sheep Division 9-12 1. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 682 2. Smith, Kristyn..................... 563 3. Mendez, Joshua................... 556 4. Kerlee, Aaron....................... 509 5. Galindo, Audrey................... 390 6. Klinger, Allysa..................... 370 7. Layne, Amber...................... 355 8. Mattes, Shyann................... 310 9. Snyder, Holland................... 300 10. Dutra, Dusty...................... 100 11. Moses, Justina..................... 90 12. Madden, Maggie.................. 25 13. Pendleton, Marissa.............. 15 14. Whiteford, Alexis................. 15 15. Bayne, Sarah......................... 0 16. BiancHi, John........................ 0 17. Gottlieb, Jacey....................... 0 18. Townsend, Michael................ 0

13-15 1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 690 2. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 611 3. Hanks, Amy......................... 573 4. Norman, Daphne................. 555 5. Teresi, Jessica...................... 485 6. Vieira, Lindsey..................... 453 7. Hoogendoorn, Emile............ 360 8. Nelson, Tate......................... 305 9. Alexander, Morgan.............. 290 10. Tackmier, Kate................... 280 11. Dutra, Justine................... 243 12. Davis, Brooke..................... 240 13. Eldridge, Bridgette............ 225 14. Lewis, Isaac....................... 215 15. Truax, Timothy.................. 180 16. Rosantsson, Mark................ 90 17. Bowles, Kelsie...................... 85 18. Castello, Alexandra............. 85 19. Peltzer, Abby........................ 40 20. Love, Morgan....................... 25 21. Russell, Kortney.................. 20 22. Shelton, Codi....................... 20 23. Whiteford, Joseph................ 15 24. Ivey, Lauren......................... 10 25. Bayne, Nicole......................... 0 26. Braught, Madyline................ 0 27. Mckinley, Kaily...................... 0 28. Mcneely, Isabella................... 0 29. Miller, Jesse........................... 0 30. Pendleton, Gianna................. 0 31. Slocum, Kayla........................ 0

16-19 1. Spaman, Makayla............... 542 2. Lehar, Jacob......................... 448 3. Snyder, Skottlyn.................. 440 4. Edelman, Brooke................. 393

5. Schwabauer, Brianne.......... 368 6. Ryan, Joe.............................. 295 7. Strasser, Taylor.................... 280 8. Robinson, Kathren.............. 195 9. Gambril, Cody...................... 190 10. Yantis, Lee......................... 160 11. Gordon, Camille................. 145 12. Monahan, Erin.................. 100 13. Hagle, Samantha................. 95 14. Morrison, Caitlyn................ 90 15. Switzer, Hailey Rose............ 83 16. Strahan, Brittany................ 75 17. Gambril, Clayton................. 65 18. Miller, Robert....................... 60 19. Strand, Emilie..................... 60 20. Boggs, Marcee...................... 50 21. Lewin, Lacey........................ 40 22. Jost, Eric.............................. 35 23. Kautz, Shelbi....................... 35 24. Mckinley, Kelsey.................... 0

Overall Lamb

1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 690 2. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 682 3. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 611 4. Hanks, Amy......................... 573 5. Smith, Kristyn..................... 563 6. Mendez, Joshua................... 556 7. Norman, Daphne................. 555 8. Spaman, Makayla............... 542 9. Kerlee, AaRon...................... 509 10. Teresi, Jessica.................... 485 Vieira, Lindsey........................ 453 Lehar, Jacob............................. 448 Snyder, Skottlyn...................... 440 Edelman, Brooke..................... 393 Galindo, Audrey....................... 390 Klinger, Allysa......................... 370 Schwabauer, Brianne.............. 368 Hoogendoorn, Emile................ 360 Layne, Amber.......................... 355 Mattes, Shyann....................... 310 Nelson, Tate............................. 305 Snyder, Holland....................... 300 Ryan, Joe................................. 295 Alexander, Morgan.................. 290 Strasser, Taylor........................ 280 Tackmier, Kate........................ 280 Dutra, Justine......................... 243 Davis, Brooke........................... 240 Eldridge, Bridgette.................. 225 Lewis, Isaac............................. 215 Robinson, Kathren.................. 195 Gambril, Cody......................... 190 Truax, Timothy........................ 180 YantiS, Lee............................... 160 Gordon, Camille...................... 145 Dutra, Dusty............................ 100 Monahan, Erin........................ 100 Hagle, Samantha....................... 95 Morrison, Caitlyn...................... 90 Moses, Justina........................... 90 Rosantsson, Mark...................... 90 Bowles, Kelsie............................ 85 Castello, Alexandra................... 85 Switzer, Hailey Rose................. 83 Strahan, Brittany...................... 75 Gambril, Clayton....................... 65 Miller, Robert............................. 60 Strand, Emilie........................... 60 Boggs, Marcee............................ 50 Lewin, Lacey.............................. 40 Peltzer, Abby.............................. 40 Jost, Eric.................................... 35 Kautz, Shelbi............................. 35 Love, Morgan............................. 25 Madden, Maggie........................ 25 Russell, Kortney........................ 20 Shelton, Codi............................. 20 Pendleton, Marissa.................... 15 Whiteford, Alexis....................... 15 WhiteFord, Joseph.................... 15 Ivey, Lauren............................... 10 Bayne, Nicole............................... 0 Bayne, Sarah............................... 0 Bianchi, John............................... 0 Braught, Madyline...................... 0 Gottlieb, Jacey............................. 0 Mckinley, Kaily............................ 0 Mckinley, Kelsey.......................... 0 Mcneely, Isabella......................... 0 Miller, Jesse................................. 0 Pendleton, Gianna....................... 0 Slocum, Kayla.............................. 0 Townsend, Michael...................... 0

Sheep Showmanship 9-12 1. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 300 2. Smith, Kristyn..................... 275 3. Mendez, Joshua................... 210 4. Klinger, Allysa..................... 175 5. Kerlee, Aaron....................... 170 6. Mattes, Shyann................... 125 7. Galindo, Audrey................... 115 8. Snyder, Holland..................... 75

9. Dutra, Dusty.......................... 50 10. Moses, Justina..................... 45 11. Layne, Amber...................... 20 12. Bayne, Sarah......................... 0 13. Bianchi, John......................... 0 14. Gottlieb, Jacey....................... 0 15. Madden, Maggie.................... 0 16. Pendleton, Marissa................ 0 17. Townsend, Michael................ 0 18. Whiteford, Alexis................... 0

13-15 1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 305 2. Norman, Daphne................. 200 3. Hanks, Amy......................... 170 4. Teresi, Jessica...................... 150 5. Nelson, Tate......................... 145 6. Tackmier, Kate..................... 120 7. Vieira, Lindsey..................... 115 8. Dutra, Justine..................... 105 9. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 100 10. Lewis, Isaac......................... 85 11. Shelton, Codi....................... 65 12. Hoogendoorn, Emile............ 60 13. Bowles, Kelsie...................... 55 14. Truax, Timothy.................... 35 15. Davis, Brooke....................... 25 16. Ivey, Lauren......................... 25 17. Castello, Alexandra............. 15 18. Rosantsson, Mark................ 15 19. Eldridge, Bridgette.............. 10 20. Alexander, Morgan................ 5 21. Bayne, Nicole......................... 0 22. Braught, Madyline................ 0 23. Love, Morgan......................... 0 24. Mckinley, Kaily...................... 0 25. Mcneely, Isabella................... 0 26. Miller, Jesse........................... 0 27. Peltzer, Abby.......................... 0 28. Pendleton, Gianna................. 0 29. Russell, Kortney.................... 0 30. Slocum, Kayla........................ 0 31. Whiteford, Joseph.................. 0

Another g Winnin ss o Year, acr ds! two bree

2010 National Western Stock Show — Denver, CO Breeder/Exhibitor: Grand Champion Pen of High Percentage Maine-Anjou Females

Private Treaty Sales during the Northeast Nebraska Bid-Off Weekend —

We also bred/exhibited the Grand Champion Pen of Three Chianina Bulls at Denver.

September 18-19

Updates on our website and on Facebook

SIRES: Breathe Easy • Eye Candy Full Moon • Grizzly Mitten Man • QDog Show Business Survivor • Unforgiven Whiplash

16-19 1. Spaman, Makayla............... 255 2. Snyder, Skottlyn.................. 240 3. Lehar, Jacob......................... 230 4. Schwabauer, Brianne.......... 140 5. Strasser, Taylor.................... 110 6. Edelman, Brooke................. 105 7. Ryan, Joe................................ 90 8. Switzer, Hailey Rose.............. 60 9. Yantis, Lee............................. 50 10. Boggs,, Marcee..................... 20 11. Gambril, Clayton................. 20 12. Lewin, Lacey........................ 20 13. Monahan, Erin.................... 20 14. Miller, Robert....................... 15 15. Morrison, Caitlyn................ 15 16. Gordon, Camille................... 10 17. Strahan, Brittany.................. 5 18. Gambril, Cody........................ 0 19. Hagle, Samantha................... 0 20. Jost, Eric................................ 0 21. Kautz, Shelbi......................... 0 22. Mckinley, Kelsey.................... 0 23. Robinson, Kathren................ 0 24. Strand, Emilie....................... 0

Norfolk, Nebraska

Bill Willers - (402) 841-5150 Maelyn Aschoff - (402) 841-2124

www.showsteers.com/mittens

Heading over the Sierras to the

SPOTLIGHT ON QUALITY SALE

Plymouth, CA — October 30-31, 2010 Bringing some Competitive Shorthorn Genetics for

Goat Division 9-12 1. Cocagne, Baylee................... 581 2. Johnson, Erin...................... 574 3. Woods, Samantha................ 503 4. Brem, Tyson......................... 496 5. SArdella, Clayton................ 265 6. Macdonald, Elise................. 243 7. Moses, Justina..................... 235 8. Hudson, Brad....................... 170 9. Saco, Joslyne........................ 155 10. Ratkovich, Nicholas........... 120 11. Ratkovich, Nathaniel........ 110 12. Andrade, Madison............. 105 13. Galindo, Audrey................... 70 14. Watrous, Abigaile................ 55 15. Castello, Courtney............... 45 16. Smith, Jared........................ 20 17. Arroyo, Andraya.................... 0 18. Grimsley, Austin.................... 0 19. Harrover, Alan....................... 0 20. Thomas, Andrea..................... 0

you to choose from!

our Look for ent! consignm

13-15 1. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 652 2. Heaton, Jenna..................... 614 3. Norman, Daphne................. 554 4. Shelton, Codi....................... 553 5. Doolittle, Katherine............. 500 6. Macdonald, Patrick............. 334 7. Hudson, Andy...................... 320 8. Andrews, Anna.................... 258 9. Mccarty, Colleen.................. 210 10. Clark-Webb, Kristin.......... 160

Pegi & Gary Witte 4205 Schurz Hwy • Fallon, Nevada

775-423-1571

Project Steers, Show and Replacement Heifers available at the Ranch.

Email: witteshorthorns94@yahoo.com

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It's time to be planning for your next project!

With Sires Like These... ...we're producing the "RIGHT STUFF"! (Winning Genetics!)

"WHO HAS THE HEAT" Heat Wave x Who Made Who (Dam)

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Contact us early for Best Selection!

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* 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

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Wonder what is hiding in our pastures? Come check us out!

PRIVATE TREATY PASTURE SALE

2010 Pasture Sale

Choose your calf now, pick up in October!

September 22th-26th, 2010

All steers base priced from $1000-$1500 All calves are guaranteed 100% to be sound and breakable.

Spring and Early Summer Calves Angus, Limousin, Maines and Shorthorns Class, Color, Conformation • Performance Genetics since 1963

Sires used:

PRESTIGE

Monopoly Heatseeker Hairy Bear Grizzly

C L U B C A LV E S

A division of Rubicon Ranching Trust Bandon, Oregon 97411 541 347 3099 • OreRancher@aol.com

This year I will be offering the Pick of all 2010 heifer calves. This is as good of a set of heifers as you will find. You don't need to drive east to find your next champion! Look for sale updates and video links on my website.

More pictures and updates at

showsteers.com/strickler

Shane Strickler

7253 County Rd. 24 Orland, CA 95963

Feel free to stop and view the calves anytime. Videos are available now! Call with questions at 530-570-6634

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69 Years of Experience Behind our Genetics! ALWAYS on the forefront of Shorthorn Genetics. Our Herd Sire

Homedale DF Accord From the well-known Kaehler Family (Homedale Shorthorns) in Minnesota

— Accord is out of the great Homedale Accomplished, who goes back to Byland Mission, and on the dam side Homedale Blizzard. — Generations of low birth weight, polled, thick and correct cattle.

— We are so excited about his calves! He definitely passed on his thickness, great temperament, strong top and structural soundness to his calves. You won't want to miss out on our best calf crop ever!

Quality Registered Shorthorns Since 1941

Randy & Debbi Repp 3001 Pennington Road • St. John, WA 99171

509/648-3885

Show Steers & Show Heifers for Sale Private Treaty Call Early...They will go fast!

A Powerful Set of

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Arizona National Livestock Show Announces New Changes Phoenix, AZ - The Arizona National Livestock Show is adding a National Prospect Steer Show to be held December 28, 2010 and also expanding the Junior Heifer Show and Sun Classic Heifer Show to allow the entry of registered heifers that are less than 75% purebred. The Arizona National Livestock Show runs December 28, 2010 through January 1, 2011 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.

Registered Percentage Heifers will be eligible to enter the Arizona National Sun Classic Heifer Show and Junior Heifer Show beginning this year. This change will allow MaineTainers, Chi-Angus, Chi-Maine, Lim-Flex and other lower percentage heifers to enter. The Open Breeding Cattle Show will still require animals be at least 75% purebred.

The new National Junior Prospect Steer Show will be open to out of state exhibitors. Arizona exhibitors would be eligible to enter both the Arizona Prospect Steer Show and the National Junior Prospect Steer Show. The National Prospect Steer entry deadline is October 31. This Show is limited to steers owned and exhibited by 4-H and FFA members. Exhibitors may enter a maximum of two steers in the National Prospect Steer Show. Steers entered in the Junior Market Steer Show or the Feeder Steer Show may not enter the Prospect Steer Shows.

The Premium Book rules and entry forms will be available online the end of July. Visit www.anls.org for rules, regulations and show schedule. The Arizona National Livestock Show, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the significance of agriculture and livestock through the presentation of a premier livestock show. For more information, visit www.anls.org, or call the Arizona National office at (602) 258-8568.

CJLA Sanctioned Show List

Sierra Winter Classic................................................................. Steer, Heifer Pork Spectacular...................................................................................... Hog Red Wave Classic................................ Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Western Bonanza - (2 Shows)............. Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Mjc Showmaster Classic............................................................. Lamb, Hog Orange Blossom Klassic.................................................... Lamb, Meat Goat CattlemenĂ­s Jackpot.................................................................. Steer, Heifer Great Western..................................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Monterey Bay Classic......................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Grand National................................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Pacific Coast Jackpot - (2 Shows)....... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Valley Classic Boer Goat Show - (2 Shows)..................................Meat Goat Bar ALE/Sunglo Circle Of Champions - (2 Shows)..Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Siskiyou Golden Jackpot Show.................................................. Steer, Heifer Calif. Jr. Angus State Field/Day & Preview Show...............................Heifer Calif. Jr. Charolais Assn. Field/Day & Show.......................................Heifer Southwest Regional Hereford Show....................................................Heifer Golden Empire Open Jr Show............ Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Surf N Turf Jackpot Show......................................Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog Calif. Jr. Limousin Show & Field/Day..................................................Heifer Oktober Boerfest Goat Show.........................................................Meat Goat Spotlight On Quality Jr. Shorthorn Show...........................................Heifer Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show - (2 Shows)....................... Steer, Heifer Cnpha Hereford Classic Jr. Jackpot Show........................................Heifer Angus Days............................................................................................Heifer Holiday Classic - (2 Shows)....................................................... Steer, Heifer

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The 3rd Annual Don't Miss It!

October 23rd

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Troy & Cliff Hyder — Springville, CA

Contact Dave De Rose ­— 559-783-6909

Ralph & Cheryl Pilkington — Albion, Nebraska

402-649-3198

Sale Location: Reedley College Ag Pavillion Preview: Saturday at 11 a.m. • Complimentary lunch on sale day! Sires will include: Your chance to win!

Heat Wave • Paddy O'Malley • Hitman • Bojo • Sun Seeker • Maine Attraction ...and other popular AI Bulls!

At the sale, we'll hold a drawing and one lucky buyer will win a FREE ENTRY to Stierwalt's California Clipping Clinic to be held on Nov. 19-21!

Reserve Supreme Champion Steer at the 2010 California Mid-State Fair, Paso Robles. Congratulations, Leah O'Reilly!

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kathleen's Joe & Marlene Amaral

Korner

(209) 613-2333 "Genetics for the Competitive Exhibitor"

Fair Time

by Kathleen Wood Vieira

Show Heifers and Steers Available Year-Round.

Sweet cotton candy floats in the summer air County, state or district It's time for the Fair! This might be your first show or one of many tries You might be scared or confident Seeking that First Prize. Long, busy nights Waterfights Oh, the good times that you'll share.

3348 Zeering Rd. Modesto, CA 95358

E-mail: j4cattle@yahoo.com Available for:

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Challenges, there'll be plenty Dissapointments along the way Market classes, showmanship Let's do Lady's Lead! On that Champion Ribbon Be sure to draw a bead. Do keep the ultimate in your sights But only one will get the nod I hope it's you, but if it's not Be proud, hold your head up high You gave it your best shot!

Jim Vietheer

(916) 687-7620 P.O. Box 217 • Wilton, CA 95693

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Competitive Calves at a Reasonable Price at...

2010 Project Steer & Heifer Sale

Sunday, October 3rd • At the Ranch

Preview 10 a.m. • Live Auction 1 p.m. Auctioneer – Eric Duarte

TSV CLOSING TIME

2010 Klamath County Fair Reserve Champion Steer. He's by Open Bar, and was sold in our 2009 sale. We've also had numerous Class Winners so far this year!

An OPEN BAR son that we purchased at the Cattleman's Choice Maine-Anjou Bull Sale at the National Western Stock Show.

His calves will be featured in our sale on October 3rd! Offering Maine cross steers sired by: Shiver • Open Bar Hairy • Closing Time DHAN Tom Clint (Ali son)

Cattle available at the ranch, anytime.

Your visit is always welcome!

Also — fancy, registered Angus, Limousin and Maintainer Heifers.

For more information, contact:

Lee & Glenda Stilwell • (541) 884-4881 14043 Algoma Rd., Klamath Falls, OR 97601 E-mail: cicattle@gmail.com

Join us this fall in Dixon, California, for

October 2nd, 2010

Dixon May Fair Grounds

• Open Market Sheep Show • Open Fiber Sheep Show

Judged 60% on fiber and 40% on confirmation. Divisions include Purebred Breeding Meat Sheep, These shows are open to Hair Sheep and Farm Flock/Range Meat Sheep all ages! (Range Ewes and Market Lambs)

— All Breeds Welcome —

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To everyone who supported this year's MJC fundraising golf tournament...

THANK YOU!

Without your support and the state's support in this event, the Modesto Livestock Team wouldn't be able to reach the opportunities that we have in representing California on a national level!

Thanks again, and we'll see you at next year's tournament! ve

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February 5th & 6th, 2011 — 19th Annual

MJC Showmaster Classic Jackpot

-new additions: Steer and Goat Show -February 5th: Steers and Hogs -February 6th: Sheep and Goats

February 26th, 2011 — 20th Annual

MJC Champions Choice Project Hog and Lamb Sale

April 14th - 16th, 2011 — 57th Annual

NACTA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Judging Conference

- Hosted by Modesto Junior College Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Department - The annual NACTA Judging Conference offers contests in the following areas: Livestock Judging, Dairy Judging, Horse Judging, Ag Business Management, Computer Applications, Soils, Crops, Horticulture, and College Quiz Bowl. For More Information:

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Better than ever!

October 20-24, 2010 Shows Include: • Open Registered Breeding Beef Show • Open Registered Breeding Sheep Show • Junior Registered Breeding Beef Show • Wether Sire and Dam show • Open Market Lamb Jackpot Show • ABGA Sanctioned Boer Goat Show • ARBA Sanctioned Rabbit Show august/september 2010

Cow Palace San Francisco

Grand National Prospect Steer & Heifer Sale Managed by Matt Macfarlane Marketing

Saturday, October 23

All Breed Ram & Ewe Sale Presented by the California Suffolk and Hampshire Sheep Breeders Association. Sale managed by Banner Sale Management.

• Nightly Barbeques presented by Lucky • Western Marketplace open Daily For more information, contact: Vanessa Schneider: 559/288-3475 E-mail: vadams@cowpalace.com

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AHART 846, RRNN

Supreme Champion Ewe, 2009 California State Fair Open Show

AHART 911, RRNN

Grand Champion Crossbred Ewe, 2010 Nugget AllAmerican Show & Sale, Reno

Everywhere we've entered a ewe... she was Champion! Grand Champion

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63rd Annual

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

Entry Deadlines:

Market Steer Nominations - August 31 Junior Entries - October 31 Open Entries - November 15 Rules & Entry Forms Available Online at www.anls.org ď ˇDNA sampling required for all Junior Market Entries

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16-19 1. Kehn, Briana....................... 558 2. Ackley-Grady, Michael........ 456 3. Zimmerman, Steven............ 416 4. Byrne, Felicia....................... 353 5. Andrews, Justin................... 245 6. Adam, Caroline.................... 188 7. Brisi, Gunter........................ 150 8. Jimenez, Juan Cesar............. 90 9. Moses, Alyssa......................... 80 10. Forster, Shelby..................... 65 11. Ryan, Joe.............................. 65 12. Strahan, Brittany................ 30 13. Pombo, Damon....................... 0 14. Robinson, Kathren................ 0 15. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0

Overall Goat

1. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 652 2. Heaton, Jenna..................... 614 3. Cocagne, Baylee................... 581 4. Johnson, Erin...................... 574 5. Kehn, Briana....................... 558 6. Norman, Daphne................. 554 7. Shelton, Codi....................... 553 8. Woods, Samantha................ 503 9. Doolittle, Katherine............. 500 10. Brem, Tyson....................... 496 Ackley-Grady, Michael............ 456 Zimmerman, Steven................ 416 Byrne, Felicia........................... 353 Macdonald, Patrick................. 334 Hudson, Andy.......................... 320 Sardella, Clayton..................... 265 Andrews, Anna........................ 258 Andrews, Justin...................... 245 Macdonald, Elise..................... 243 Moses, Justina......................... 235 Mccarty, ColLeen..................... 210

Adam, Caroline........................ 188 Hudson, Brad.......................... 170 Clark-Webb, Kristin................ 160 Andrews, Amy......................... 155 Saco, Joslyne............................ 155 Brisi, Gunter............................ 150 Ratkovich, Nicholas................ 120 Ratkovich, Nathaniel.............. 110 Andrade, Madison................... 105 Jimenez, Juan Cesar................. 90 Moses, Alyssa............................. 80 Galindo, Audrey......................... 70 Forster, Shelby........................... 65 Ryan, Joe................................... 65 Mattes, Robert........................... 60 Watrous, Abigaile...................... 55 Castello, Alexandra................... 45 Castello, Courtney..................... 45 Strahan, Brittany...................... 30 Smith, Jared.............................. 20 Ivey, Lauren................................. 5 Arroyo, Andraya.......................... 0

Grimsley, Austin.......................... 0 Harrover, Alan............................. 0 Pombo, Damon............................. 0 Robinson, Kathren...................... 0 Sankey, Alyssa............................. 0 Thomas, Andrea.......................... 0

Goat Showmanship

13. Castello, Courtney............... 25 14. Galindo, Audrey................... 25 15. Arroyo, Andraya.................... 0 16. Grimsley, Austin.................... 0 17. Harrover, Alan....................... 0 18. Smith, Jared.......................... 0 19. Thomas, Andrea..................... 0 20. Watrous, Abigaile.................. 0

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1. Macdonald, Elise................. 280 2. Woods, Samantha................ 280 3. Johnson, Erin...................... 260 4. Cocagne, Baylee................... 220 5. Brem, Tyson......................... 160 6. Moses, Justina..................... 130 7. Sardella, Clayton................. 120 8. Saco, Joslyne........................ 100 9. Hudson, Brad......................... 55 10. Andrade, Madison............... 50 11. Ratkovich, Nicholas............. 45 12. Ratkovich, Nathaniel.......... 30

1. Heaton, Jenna..................... 285 2. Shelton, Codi....................... 275 3. Norman, Daphne................. 265 4. Macdonald, Patrick............. 250 5. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 210 6. Andrews, Anna.................... 145 7. Hudson, Andy...................... 125 8. Doolittle, Katherine............... 70 9. Clark-Webb, Kristin.............. 60 10. Mccarty, Colleen.................. 35 11. Ivey, Lauren......................... 20 12. Castello, Alexandra............. 10

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13. Mattes, Robert..................... 10 14. Andrews, Amy........................ 5

16-19 1. Zimmerman, Steven............ 300 2. Kehn, Briana....................... 275 3. Ackley-Grady, Michael........ 185 4. Andrews, Justin................... 150 5. Byrne, Felicia....................... 140 6. Jimenez, Juan CeSar.......... 100 7. Adam, Caroline...................... 90 8. Moses, Alyssa......................... 90 9. Brisi, Gunter.......................... 75 10. Ryan, Joe.............................. 65 11. Strahan, Brittany................ 40 12. Forster, Shelby..................... 30 13. Pombo, Damon..................... 30 14. Robinson, Kathren................ 0 15. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0


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Saturday, November 7th, 2010

at the Imperial County Fairgrounds — El Centro, CA • Preview at 11 a.m., Sale at 1 p.m. • Health papers available for out of state sales • Summer born kids suitable for winter and early spring shows • Check Alvesboergoats.com website for updates and pictures in early October

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

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Vitamin E and Selenium: Managing increasing dietary cost! By Steve Elliot, Alltech

more bio-available than inorganic selenium and therefore can be included at a lower rate.

Vitamin E has been recognized as an essential nutrient for growth and health of all species of animals. You can manage your Vitamin E levels by being constantly aware of the antioxidant status present. Antioxidants are needed by the body to protect it from oxidative stress caused at the cellular level. By building strong antioxidant mechanisms, the animal is well equipped to handle environmental stressors and perform to its full potential.

In addition, research also shows advantages in herd health and production, as well as reproductive health (increase conception rates, decrease incidences of retained placenta’s, cystic ovaries and metritis) and calf viability with herds using Sel-Plex. In a recent study at Texas Tech University, researchers studied the effects of Vitamin E level and selenium supplement form on performance and carcass characteristics of 96 Angus crossbred steers. Two sources of dietary selenium, sodium selenite and organic selenium (Sel-Plex) were added at 0.3 mg Se/kg and three levels of Vitamin E were evaluated over a 103-day finishing period.

The diverse roles of Vitamin E are due to its involvement in nutritional-related muscle diseases, hormone manufacturing and immune response. In recent years, Vitamin E has shown more significance in cattle diets. For example, supplementing highly stressed calves with 150 to 300 international units (I.U.) of Vitamin E daily during the receiving period has shown to been beneficial. Vitamin E has also show a substantial increase in shelf life of fresh beef when fed at 500 I.U. per day for the last 100 days before slaughter.

The steers given organic selenium showed improvements in performance measurements during the first 56 days of the finishing study. Supplementation of feedlot steers with inorganic selenium increased longissimus muscle while organic selenium and low levels of Vitamin E increased the percentage of kidney, pelvic and heart fat. Lightness of lean muscle of steaks aged 7, 14, and 35 days was improved with 50 percent less Vitamin E when organic selenium was added to the diet. Taste appeal of steaks, as indicated by beef flavor and flavor intensity, was improved by the addition of organic selenium as well. While organic selenium enhanced performance during the receiving and growing periods only, the researchers found that it may be beneficial to include organic selenium throughout the entire feeding period due to increased consumer acceptability of meat products.

One way to manage this cost situation and retain the benefits of Vitamin E is by ensuring adequate selenium supplementation. There is a nutritional association between Vitamin E and selenium. Both of these antioxidants are essential to maintain and support the immune system, as well as for cell survival and integrity. Providing selenium in the form of organic selenium (Sel-Plex® from Alltech®), which has antioxidant properties, compared to the inorganic form of selenium, (sodium selenite) a pro-oxidant, can be more beneficial. Offering selenium to cows in the most bioavailable form, assures there is more effective recycling of Vitamin E. If Vitamin E is recycled effectively within the body, it can be included at lower levels and still maintain high antioxidant protection. Studies have shown that this can be done by replacing inorganic selenium with Sel-Plex.

Vitamin E has proven to be an essential component of beef cattle nutrition as it works to support the immune response of the animal. With the rising cost of Vitamin E, many producers are looking for some help in maintaining their herd’s nutrition status and keeping costs down. By using an organic selenium source such as Sel-Plex, lower levels of Vitamin E can be incorporated into the diet, thus potentially lowering cost, while still maintaining high antioxidant properties.

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ARIZONA

Twin Falls Co. Fair / Open Mkt. Steer & Breeding Cattle Show (Twin Falls) Eastern Idaho State Fair (Blackfoot) Barker Cattle Co. Private Treaty Pasture Sale (Elba)

MONTANA

Oct. 15-17 Arizona State Fair (Phoenix) (pg. 74) Dec. 28-Jan. 1 Arizona National Livestock Show (Phoenix)

Oct. 11013

NILE Red Angus Sale (Billings)

NEVADA

CALIFORNIA

Nov. 6 Dec. 10-11

(pg. 25) Sept. 3

10th Annual Byrd Cattle Co. "Best of Both Worlds" Angus & Charolais Bull Sale & Fall Calving Female Dispersal Sale (Red Bluff) (pg. 24) Sept. 19 Fair Cattle Co. Private Treaty Phone Auction (Denair) (pg. 54) Sept. 22-26 Strickler Livestock 2010 Pasture Sale (Orland) (front cover) Oct. 1-3 Boneso Livestock Online Sale (Online - Breeder's World) (pg. 4-5) Oct. 2 Dismukes Ranch Show Steer Private Treaty Sale (at the ranch - Elk Grove) (pg. 3) Oct. 2-4 Mission Angus/Star Cattle Co. Private Treaty Sale (Stevinson) (pg. 65) Oct. 2 Lambtown USA Festival (Dixon-May Fairgrounds, Dixon) (pg. 28) Oct. 2 Imhof Cattle Co. Club Calf Pasture Sale Private Treaty Bid Sale (Pleasanton) (pg. 22-23) Oct. 9 Silveira Bros. Partners for Performance Female Sale (at the ranch - Firebaugh) (pg. 80) Oct. 9-10 Associated Feed 2010 Junior Livestock Camp (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds - Turlock) (pg. 56) Oct. 9-10 Oktoberfest Boer Goat Show (Merced Co. Fairgrounds) (pg. 7) Oct. 10 2nd Annual Mother Lode Club Calf Sale (Copperopolis) (pg. 13) Oct. 10 Vintage Angus Ranch Genetic Gold Sale (at the Ranch - Modesto) (pg. 95) Oct. 13 Small Town Genetics “Gilts Gone Wild” Bred Gilt Sale (hosted by: showpig.com) (pg. 16) Oct. 16-17 Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show; and Steer & Heifer Sale (Glenn Co. Fairgrounds-Orland) (pg. 72) Oct. 20-24 Grand National Rodeo, Horse and Stock Show (Cow Palace - San Francisco) (pg. 59) Oct. 23 3rd Annual Final Drive Sale (Reedley College Ag Pavilion) (pg. 4-5) Oct. 27-29 Dismukes Ranch Spring Born Show Heifer Sale (at the ranch - Elk Grove) Oct. 30 Central Valley Showcase Private Treaty Bid-off Sale (Colburn Ranch-Visalia) (pg. 14, 28) Oct. 30-31 "Spotlight on Quality" Shorthorn Sale & Jr. Show (Amador Co. Fairgrounds-Plymouth) (pg. 17) Oct. 31 2nd Annual Red Carpet Event (Danekas Ranch - Wilton) (pg. 9) Nov. 6 James Bright/Leo Bros. Show Steer & Select Heifer Sale (Silveira Bros. Angus Ranch - Firebaugh) (pg. 76) Nov. 7 "Diamonds in the Desert" Boer Goat Sale (Imperial Co. Fairgrounds - El Centro) (pg. 77) Nov. 7 "Diamonds in the Desert" Pig Sale (Imperial Co. Fairgrounds - El Centro) (pg. 44) Nov. 19-21 Kirk Stierwalt’s Central California Cattle Clipping Clinic (Konda Family Showbarn-Porterville) (pg. 11) Nov. 20-21 CNPHA 12th Annual Hereford Classic Sale & Junior Jackpot Show (Amador Co. Fairgrounds-Plymouth) (pg. 36) Nov. 27 Schnoor Sisters Bid - Off Sale (Chowchilla) Dec. 4-5 Angus Days (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds-Turlock) (pg. 91) Dec. 11-12 Holiday Classic (Kern Co. Fairgrounds-Bakersfield) (pg. 69) Feb. 5-6 19th Annual MJC Showmaster Classic Jackpot (Turlock) Feb. 18-20, 2011 Cal Poly's Western Bonanza (Paso Robles) (pg. 69) Feb. 26 20th Annual MJC Champions Choice Project Hog & Lamb Sale (Modesto) (pg. 83) Mar. 11-13 California Pork Spectacular (Turlock) (pg. 83) Mar. 11-13 NJSA Western Regional (Turlock) (pg. 85) Mar. 11-13 Great Western Livestock Show (Tulare Fairgrounds) Mar.-30-April 3 Jr. Grand National (Cow Palace - San Francisco) (pg. 69) Apr. 14-16 57th Annual NACJA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture) Judging Conference (Modesto)

"Bet on Red" Red Angus Sale (Reno) Western All Breeds Show & Sale (Reno)

OREGON (pg. 65) Oct. 3 (pg. 2) Oct. 9 (pg. 43) Oct. 9 (pg. 31) Oct. 23-24 (pg. 43) Nov. 3-4 Sept. 25-26

Country Inn Cattle Project Steer & Heifer Sale (Klamath Falls) 8th Annual Lane Co. Livestock Assn. Club Calf Sale (Lane Co. Fairgrounds-Eugene) 4R Victory Sale (Rusher’s 4R Ranch, Wilsonville) Cascade Spectacular (Redmond) 4R Ranch Online Female Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Jackson Co. Harvest Sale (Central Point)

UTAH Sept. 9-19

Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City)

WASHINGTON Sept. 24-Oct. 3

Central Washington State Fair (Yakima)

OTHER Sept 2-5 Sept 3-5 Sept. 4-6

Sept 5-7 Sept 6-8 Sept 7-8 Sept 7-9 Sept 9-11 (pg. 18) Sept 9-12 Sept. 10-26

Trausch Farms Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Goehring Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Boyle Farms Fall Fiesta Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Dax Lautner Show Steers Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Shatto Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Hixion/Lupher Online Steer Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Hanewich Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Stafford Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Haun Cattle Co.Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Burke Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) New Mexico State Fair (Albuquerque, NM)

Sept 10-13

Hellbusch Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World)

Sept 11-13 Sept 12-14 Sept 13-15 Sept. 13-14 Sept 14-15

Da Lin Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Harvey Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Jason Jensen Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Drew Miller Cattle. Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Heartland Showcase Online Fall Production Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Jones Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Wallace Co. Club Calf Producers Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Willers Mitten Brand Private Treaty Sale (Norfolk, NE) Adam White Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Sojka Farms Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Next Generation Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Schneider Bros. Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Dynamic Divas of Montana Production Sale (Ayres Angus, Stevensville, MT) McLaughlin/Griffin Online Bred Ewe Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Colorado Club Calves & Friends Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World)

Sept 5-7

Sept 14-16 Sept 16-18 (pg. 49) Sept. 18-19 Sept 18-20 Sept 18-21 Sept 20-21 Sept 20-22 (pg. 6) Sept. 25 Sept 27-28 Sept 28-30

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(pg. 41) Oct. 24

NAILE Entry Deadline - Junior Swine, Sheep, Beef Cattle, Wether Goat, Boer Goat (Louisville, KY) Rolling With The Changes Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Boneso Livestock Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Holiday Farms Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Mid-Continent Farms and Partners Sale (Bourbonnais, IL) Rolling Stone Ranch Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) M & L Show Cattle Fall Harvest Classic Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Lentz Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Grace Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Franklin Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Theobald Club Calves Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Lesky Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Stockridge Farms Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Wiss Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Hueber Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Jerod Schmitt Show Steers Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Gabel Farms Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Laufenberg Show Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Lazy Bar J Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Hanewich Cattle Co. Customer Appreciation Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Lutrick Cattle Co. Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) 25th Annual MCF Club Calf Sale (Farmers Livestock Auction - Washington, KS) Matt Lautner Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) Southdown Spectacular Bred Ewe Sale (Online - Breeder’s World) American Royal Livestock Show (Kansas City, MO) Kris Black Hereford Ranch "Cream of the Crop" Annual Fall Bull Sale Plus Club Calves (at the Ranch - Crawford, OK

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Oct 25-26 Oct 26-27 Oct. 27-28 Oct 29- Nov 1 Nov 1-2 Nov. 3-4 Nov 4-5 Nov 6 (pg. 12) Nov. 7 Nov. 6-19 Nov. 7-8 Nov. 12-19 Nov. 13-19 Nov. 17 Nov. 18 Nov. 17 Nov 20-22 Nov. 22-23 Nov. 26 (pg. 27) Nov. 27 Nov 27-29 Nov 28-30

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(pg. 35) Jan. 8-23, 2011

National Western Stock Show (Denver, CO)

Note — If you know of any shows we may have missed or don't have a date listed for...let us know! We update this section in each issue.

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California Jr. State Fair Reserve Champion FFA Hamp Market Hog Littemate to Bat Mobile

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California Jr. State Fair Champion York Boar - AJSS0 California Boy 14-9 Beach Boy x Tundra/Too Cool Part of the Reserve Supreme Pair

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showmanship workshops from Honor® Show Chow® Ambassadors. Topics included: Cattle Clipping and Fitting by Kirk Stierwalt and Bob May; Management and Showmanship by Dave Guyer and Dave Allan; Lamb Selection, Management and Showmanship by Mark Johnson and Taw Wayne Dunham; Show Goat Demonstration by Mike Harbour and Jim Missildine; Pig Selection and Showmanship by Kent Bennington, Bryan Vaughan and Ryan Watje; and Show Poultry Management by Keith Staggs. The event included tours of LongView’s Beef Cattle Unit (eating habits), Swine Unit (gestation and farrowing), Horse Unit (palatability) and the Large Animal Metabolism Unit (rumen research). Guests were also treated to door prizes from event sponsors including Weaver Leather, Tasco, Exclusive and Red Flannel Pet Foods, eZall Wash and Andis Clippers. All attendees were provided with an instructional show pig DVD and information on the new Purina Rewards promotion.

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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

Sanctioned

Steers & Heifers

Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield, California (Sponsored by 15th DAA)

or visit us on the web at

www.kerncountyfair.com

For more information or entry forms, contact:

(661) 833-4934 • Fax (661) 833-4936

(Click on Annual Events)

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insight and wisdom into the wonderful world of showing goats.

fortunate than us. With that in mind, just as I have addressed above, I have some thank you’s to hand out:

In conclusion I refer you to my life verse from the Bible and ask that you always keep these words in your heart…

-- To Heidi, it has been my true honor to write for your publication the last few years. Your friendship, smile and intoxicating laugh will be carried with us regardless of where the Lord leads us in our next journey.

He gives strength to the weary and strengthens the powerless. Youths may faint and grow weary, and young men stumble and fall,

-- To all my faithful readers and friends we have met over the years through phone calls or judging on the west coast. I thank you for all the precious memories! I will not soon forget all those wonderful experiences judging across your great state of California. More importantly, I will never forget the wonderful young people that I have met over the years. Your drive, attitude and dedication to the youth livestock program has always impressed me and I am comfortable that there is nothing any of you can not achieve if you set your goals and work toward them as you have with your livestock projects.

But those who trust in the Lord will renew their strength; They will soar on wings like eagles; They will run and not grow weary; They will walk and not faint. (Isaiah 40:29-31)

As someone new takes over the authorship of the goat articles, I encourage you to support them just as you have me over the last years. I am comfortable that whoever takes over these reins will be more capable than I and will be able to provide you with new

May God always richly bless you and may all your dreams come true!

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