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THE SHOWBOX - VOLUME XXXI - NUMBER 3 - MAY/JUNE 2010

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE TEXAS CLUB CALF ASSOCIATION TEXAS CLUB PIG ASSOCIATION TEXAS CLUB LAMB ASSOCIATION TEXAS CLUB MEAT GOAT ASSOCIATION GEORGIA CLUB CALF PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION

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$20,000 to be awarded

Thinking of the future with you in mind. 20 years of living, loving and serving the livestock show industry. We appreciate your support.

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Announcing

The Dispersion/Reduction of the Glover Cattle Fall Cow Herd Saturday, July 24th, 2010 - 10:00 a.m. At the Dustin Glover Headquarters at Porter Hill just north of Lawton, Oklahoma • Over 250 Head will sell, including a powerful set of Maine Simm influenced cows A.I. serviced to Heat Wave, Monopoly, Yellow Jacket, Troubadour, Unforgiven 22, Walks Alone, Jakes Proud Jazz, Dakota and H2, plus others. Miss Glover - A leading producer and dam of a $17,500 Milkman in 2009.

962 - Maternal sister to 2010 OK Beef Expo Grand Steer.

The Glover cowherd is one of the most successful club calf producing herds in the nation and one that has spawned countless champions, high sellers and top producers. In a necesssary effort to reduce cow numbers, the family has made the decision to offer the fall mature cow herd in its entirety. Of the offered, 40 head will sell 250 head offered two at a time with one head selling and one head being retained in the Glover program, however the buyer will have the opportunity to double the bid and take both females in the ring on all donor and featured females. SALE MANAGEMENT: Collins Cattle Services 580-305-0001 Day Cell/Text 1-800-975-6313 Office/Voice Mail New Mail List Requests catalog@pldi.net www.collinscattleservices.com

Auctioneer: Steve Bonham

259N - Dam of Res. Shorthorn Houston 2009 by Proud Leader

0367 - Dam of Res. Champion Shorthorn Tulsa State Fair Witchdoctor Granddaughter

GLOVER Cattle

241M - Producer of $12,500 steer in 2010 Sale

More to Come

See Next Months Ad for More Sale Details Catalog Will Mail July 6th

ELGIN, OKLAHOMA

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ALL THE BEST WILL BE OFFERED - PRODUCERS OF THOUSANDS IN PROGENY SALES!

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Magazine

In this issue

Featured This Month Outstanding Lamb and Goat Exhibitors 24 54

Leaders in the TCLA Have Become Leaders in Agriculture The New Kid on the Block – TCMGA Other Developments

32 145

Food or Thought – One Champion or Two? Bob Watt Retires as CEO of Fort Worth Stock Show

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Bling! Bling! Cherie Carrabba talks about the difference in jewelry fashions . . . then and now.

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2010 Oklahoma Beef Expo Complete Results of Louisiana’s Largest Spring Show

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In Memorium Ross and Hayley Wedelich Read All About It:

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31st Annual Belt Buckle Bonanza The 2010 version will probably be the best one yet! BBB Show Highlights BBB Livestock Judging Contest Become a Bonanza Booster Miss TJLA Pageant TJLA Awards Program LJLA MembershipProgram – Join Today! Issues and Subscriptions

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The Showbox is the official publication for these Organizations TEXAS CLUB CALF ASSOCIATION • TEXAS CLUB PIG ASSOCIATION TEXAS CLUB LAMB ASSOCIATION • TEXAS CLUB MEAT GOAT ASSOCIATION LOUISIANA JUNIOR LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATION • GEORGIA CLUB CALF PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION The Showbox (ISSN 1097-3419) is published 10 times per year, for $40.00 by Showbox Inc., 1512 Loop 304 East, Crockett, TX 75835; 936-544-2787, 936-544-3549, fax. Periodical postage paid at Crockett, Texas, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Showbox, P.O. Box 1088, Crockett, TX 75835. The Showbox takes the utmost care in preparing ads for publication. However, The Showbox is not responsible for errors in ads received after the deadline, the 10th of the month preceding publication. The Showbox limits its liability resulting from any and all errors, misprints and/or other inaccuracies in the advertisements and editorial content. If justified, its liability is limited to refund the customer his payment for the said advertisement, the printing of a corrected advertisement or editorial correction notice in the issue which follows notice from the customer. Notification by the customer of any errors must be made within 30 days of distribution of the magazine. Reproduction or other use in whole or part of the contents without written permission of the editor is prohibited. Subscriptions: one year - $40; two years - $55. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing new subscriptions. For address corrections, send current mailing label along with new address to above address.

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Featured this month Starters 16 171

Letter from the Executive Director Cherie Carrabba Staff Page The Cajun Connection

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Louisiana Junior Livestock Association Section On the Bayou LJLA Points Standings Food – the Human Kind

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BBQ Sauce for Summer Totally Competitive

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TJLA Points – TJLA Points Final Standings for 2009-2010 Resources

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Breeder’s Directory Showbox Exchange Advertiser’s Index Comings and Goings

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On The Road There’s No Business Like Show Business

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Cow Palace Swine Show LSU Oklahoma Youth Expo Buckeye Classic Ohio Beef Expo Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show

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$25,000 APEX Top Selling Bull Picture was taken April 2nd. Monopoly’s GREATEST Son! Dam: Godfather x Who Made Who A maternal sister is the thickest, heaviest boned heifer born at APEX this spring. BW: 87 lbs. unassisted

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We Have Your Next CHAMPION! An excellent set of fall born steers, along with fall and spring born Angus heifers FOR SALE NOW!

Senior Heifer Champion 2010 San Antonio Stock Show Chandler Havel

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The SHOWBOX LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

A Season of Change and Opportunity By Cherie Carrabba

It’s spring….my favorite time of year. I have always thought of spring as a season of rebirth, a new chance, a new beginning. Chris Boleman told me once that he always loved spring because it was the beginning of a new project season, and you had projects in the barn that you hoped would turn out as you envisioned them. For me, spring is bittersweet. Randy, like me, loved spring above all seasons. When I see the wildflowers in the fields or the new calves in the pasture, I remember the pleasure he derived from spring. I remember that spring was the time of year when he was excited about a new project. In the spring of 2008, he wanted to build a chicken cage and raise chickens for fresh eggs. That idea was vetoed by Ryan and John Ben who were afraid that chickens would also bring snakes. Neither Randy nor I had given up on the idea. We were just going to go about it a different way. Going about things a different way is a philosophy that I have used my entire life. I think that there are so many more ways to learn, to explore, to expand than we have touched at this point in time. This year, spring has also brought it new projects to our staff. The first of these projects was hatched in March when we met with Kevin and Janice Pond and Kayla Rathmann about a clinic and a show in Lubbock this summer. Texas Tech offered to host the clinic which will encompass some of the aspects that TJLA CAMP does. There will be clinics of all aspects of raising livestock projects in all species. We will also have workshops for experienced exhibitors that include applying for college scholarships, loans that are available for livestock projects through the FSA. There will be a leadership clinic conducted by Dr. Chris Boleman and information on the mandatory requirement that Texas major shows will soon require Quality Counts training. I have heard much about the facility at Texas Tech, and I am excited about the prospect of working with Kevin Pond and his staff on a project in West Texas. The show, which will be held at the South Plains Fairgrounds, will be a TJLA Official Showmanship show 16 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

in all species. There will also be a premium and a points show for steers, heifers, lambs, goats,and swine exhibitors. It is going to be an exciting weekend for everyone, and I hope that many of you make plans to attend July 30, 31, and August 1. Our second new project this year is one that we used to do at the Bonanza. For years, Dr. Chris Skaggs and Chris Boleman coordinated a judging contest for livestock exhibitors during the Bonanza. Somewhere along the line, we decided that there was not enough time and that it was too expensive, and we abandoned one of the most worthwhile contests at the Bonanza. We are bringing it back this year. A livestock judging contest will be held on Thursday, July 1, 2010 at the Heart O’ Texas Fair Complex in Waco. That contest has been made possible by Jeff Schroeder of livestockjudging.com who is sponsoring this year’s contest. As soon as he saw the article in The Showbox regarding a livestock judging contest, he called and offered to help sponsor it. We are very grateful to Jeff for making this possible. Complete information about the contest is available in this month’s magazine in the section where the Belt Buckle Bonanza information is located. The next project on the horizon includes looking into the possibility of setting up a livestock judging division within the TJLA for Junior, Intermediate, and Senior livestock judging exhibitors. We will look at the interest that is generated this year at various contests that we will hold and see if it warrants a new division. The TJLA Queen, Princess, and Sweetheart Contest is in July. I think that many of you would be interested in the fact that the Discovery Channel has contacted us about the Queen’s contest. They are fascinated by the fact that our livestock exhibitors are not only great showman and livestock exhibitors, but that they are poised, intelligent, attractive young women. If you are interested in running for one of those divisions, please contact Ryan Rash or Earl Krieger at 936-544-2787. He can tell you where to get the information on entering and provide details on the contest. continued page 108


Selling Near 600 Head!

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One of the Most Powerful and Genetic Rich Oppurtunities ever in the Club Calf Producing Business

SATURDAY, JUNE 5TH, 2010 AT THE RANCH CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA

Jacket x Maine Tag 406 Yellowwerful Donor Prospect

A.I. Carpe Diem -

THE 9TH ANNUAL KRIS BLACK CREAM OF THE CROP FEMALE AND BULL SALE Sale Catalog Mails May 15th - Online May 10th - Video Previews

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550 FEMALES SELLING 450 Fall A.I. Bred Heifers 30 Fall A.I. Bred Cows 75 Spring Pairs with A.I. Calves All of the best sells, nothing has been held back Many donor prospects will sell. A large part of the offering is A.I. bred to Carpe Diem, Taz and Tank

30 A.I. & Herd Bull Prospects

Selling the Top Promotable Herd and A.I. Sire Prospects. Charolais, Maine and Hereford Bulls with Maternal and Terminal Influence

The 9th Sale - Saturday, June 5th at the Ranch in Crawford, Oklahoma - 12:00 Noon

Tag 35 - Blanco x Hoo Doo

A.I. Pud (Total Solution); Added quality and lots of eye appeal. Lots of hair.

Tag 32N - George x Meyer 734

550 Elite Females Will Sell!

A.I. Carpe Diem; Volume and power with style.

Tag 0100 - Frost Proof (Alias) x 4x4

Tag 487 - Alias x Maine-Simm

Tag SH1 - Lead On x Tank’s Dam

Tag 137 - George x Topper

Tag 432 - Power Alert x Charolais

Tag 359 - Jimmy The Greek x Hoo Doo

A.I. Carpe Diem; Sired by a leading KB Herd Bull

A.I. Carpe Diem; A leading sale favorite

A.I. Carpe Diem; Leading Donor Prospect

A.I. Carpe Diem; Lots of power, tremendous cow

A.I. Carpe Diem; Cow family and proven pedigree.

A.I. Taz; Super stout, lots of rib and volume


Tag 613 - Hoo Doo Ranch Bred

Tag 6353 - Tank x Hoo Doo

Tag 359 - Nutt N Butt Business x Sim

Tag 409 - Hold On x Lifeline

Tag 14 - Wally (Habanero) x Maine Cross

Tag 56 - Red Bull (Power Plant) x 734

A.I. Tank; 50+ Hoo Doo Ranch bred females will sell in the last offering of purebreds from that ranch.

A.I. Goose; A real looker! Extra neck and a big powerful hip. Donor candidate.

Tag 397N - Jimmy the Greek x Picasso

A.I. Taz; Tremendous style and massive hip. Moderate frame and leading donor prospect.

A.I. Mr Drive (Charolais); Lots of style, quality and thickness.

A.I. Basic Instinct; A leading sale favorite, great combination of Maine x Simm genetics. From a leading KB cow family.

Tag 5540 - Torque x Meyer x 20E Donor

A.I. Mr. Driven; Unique quality, hair and bone with a great pedigree and maternal value.

A.I. Carpe Diem; First progeny could pay big returns with this extra stout female.

A.I. Mr. Driven; Great maternal combination of genetics. Out of a Meyer 734 dam.

Tag 355 - Heat Wave x Meyer-Grizz 950

A.I. Rodman; Loaded with power. Extra maternal pedigree on dam’s side, she is a granddaugter of Grizz 950.

Tag 542 - Alias x Ma-Sim-Ang

A.I. Jazz Man (Proud Jazz); Super extended front end, moderate framed and big body.

Tag 10 - Ali x Heat Wave

A.I. Mr. Driven; Lots of hair and club calf style.

Many of the cattle will be video taped and available for preview online at www.collinscattleservices.com - Previewing Begins on May 31st. For Your Printed copy of the sale book, please contact the sale staff:

EMAIL CATALOG@PLDI.NET OR CALL 1-800-975-6313

Sale is One Week Earlier this Year


30 ELITE A.I. AND HERD BULL PROSPECTS SELL ALL MAJOR CLUB CALF PRODUCERS

Tag 6028 - Mr. Driven x WG A leading sire and top Charolais bull. He is great patterned, thick, great necked and up headed.

Tag 6024 - 357 Magnum

A leading Hereford sire with added product. Lots of style and quality.

Tag 554 - Johnny Walker Red x Witch Doctor

Super style, lots of top and shape. Versatile sire for many kinds of programs.

Tag 6025 - Wagonmaster

A great female sire with added body and lots of hair. Sired by the KB Angus herd sire Wagonmaster.

A leading sire and top purebred Charolais bull. Moderate, thick and big bodied from a leading Charolais cow family.

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The Country’s alf Largest Club C Producing Female Sale

The Cream of the Crop offering has produced many leading herd and A.I. sires. This set of bulls has lots of maternal and steer producing ability. They have sired many top selling prospects and many have become leading producers sires across the country.

Cream Crop Kris Black Hereford Ranch

Kris, Gay & Phylli Black | Crawford, Oklahoma 73638 (580) 983-2363 Home (580) 309-0711 Kris’s Cell Tim Voboril (580) 309-0774 | John Harvey (580) 497-6664 Made Right

Semen and Embryo Offering

Sale will be broadcast at LiveAuctions.tv

Lot of hip, bone and great fronted. Complete and useful for steer or female production.

The Final Year for the Purebred HooDoo Females to sell!

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The Herd Bulls Selling...

Tag 363 - Reflector Grandson

Once again, the Made Right spring semen offeirng will be featured along with the last semen to be sold on Tank. In addition an elite set of embryos will sell from our customers and Cream of the Crop past females.

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Cabaniss 2010 Sales At The Custer County Fairgrounds Clinton, Oklahoma

s b m a L b u Cl 2010 Ram lambs for Sale at Farm

Super Star Club Lamb Sale May 22nd 1:00 p.m. Nationwide Club Lamb Sale June 12th Wethers -10:00 a.m. Production Sale June 12, 1:00 p.m. 200 Head of Ewes Midwest Wether Sire June 21 to June 26th Sedalia, Missouri Fall Nationwide Club Lamb Sale Oct 16th - 1:00 p.m. We Will Be Consigning To The Hill Country Suffolks Legends Sale

Joe Cabaniss 580-323-2802

Riley Cabaniss 580-445-6240

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Grand Champion Lamb 2010 Hill Country District Show Congratulations Taylor Scott, Boerne Texas Judge Clint Cummings


Angelo Club Lamb Sale Saturday, June 12, 2010 1:30 P.M.

Stock Show Fairgrounds, San Angelo, Texas

Champion Finewool Cross 2009 Houston Bred by Smithwick

Reserve Champion Finewool Cross 2009 San Antonio Bred by Smithwick

Champion Finewool Cross 2009 San Antonio Bred by Smithwick

Reserve Champion Finewool Cross 2009 Star of Texas Bred by Smithwick

Reserve Champion Finewool Cross 2009 Fort Worth Bred by Smithwick

Champion Finewool Cross Reserve Grand Champion Overall 2007 Fort Worth Bred by Smithwick

Consignors:

Kyle Smithwick • Buddy Spaeth • Kody Eckert • Tony Winfrey • Ruben Ortegon • Donald Braden • Joel Flowers • Todd and Chance Neff • Justin Jonas • Barton Club Lambs These breeders will be offering an outstanding set of Finewool, Finewool Cross, Medium Wool, and Southdown lambs. This is a proven sale that has produced champions every year since its start in 1984!

Kyle Smithwick 325-656-6410 Cell • 325-468-4951 Home

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Leaders in Agriculture ...

Leaders in the TJLA Lamb Division

The TJLA’s lamb division began in 1985 and for the past 25 years some of the finest young people in the state have laughed and learned through their experiences as a TJLA member. I have always believed that the qualities associated with being a dedicated livestock exhibitor are the qualities that people use to become successful in life, and that has certainly proved to be true when we look at the past members of the TJLA’s lamb division.

on the road,” he said. When I asked him about his judging career he told me that the first livestock judging contest he ever entered was an all species contest, and he had absolutely no idea of how to judge hogs. “I knew something about cattle and lambs, but I had no idea how to judge a hog. My dad cut a photo of a champion hog out of The Showbox magazine and pasted it to my clipboard. I used that as my guide when judging the hog classes. When the contest was over, I was the high individual. It was quite a thrill.” Kyle went on to be a member of the Texas A& Livestock Judging team where he performed outstandingly. He returned home where he farms and ranches and serves on the board of directors of the bank. Justin Jonas, the 1991 TJLA All-Around Champion joined the organization because they were going to a lot of summer shows, and it just seemed like the thing to do. “We were competing in lamb shows, and it seemed natural to join. I am really glad that I did,” he stated. “I made friendships in that organization that have lasted all these years. It was a great experience.” Justin, a member of the 1995 TAMU Livestock Judging team, has had a very active career as a lamb and goat judge. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the San Angelo Livestock Show. “I am getting to enjoy what I enjoyed when I was in middle school and high school….livestock shows. I feel good that I am part of an organization whose purpose is to help young people.” he said. Jimmy Barton was an active TJLA member, and his father, Craig, was a member of the TCLA Board for many years. Jimmy said that he joined because he wanted to be a part of the year long competition. “We’re competitive, and it gave me a chance to compete for a long range goal,” Jimmy said. The 1993 TJLA All-Around Lamb Champion competed in the association for several years. “I am glad that I did,” Jimmy stated. The friends that I made back then are still my good friends today. I think that the lamb division of the TJLA definitely helped me not only as a member, but it has helped our business. We sell lambs to young people who are active in the organization today.” Jimmy serves as Lamb Superintendent for the San Angelo Livestock Show where Justin is the Executive Director. Jimmy lives in San Angelo. He still farms and raises lambs in Christoval along with his dad, Craig.

Miles Gibbs

In 1988 the TJLA All-Around Champion Lamb exhibitor was a young man by the name of Kyle Smithwick. Kyle is now one of the most respected lamb judges in the state. I talked to Kyle last week and ask him about his experiences in the TJLA and how he started judging. “I joined the TJLA when I was about ten,’ Kyle said. “I’ve always loved to show lambs, and this gave us a chance to show more and compete. We loved our days 24 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX


When I called Miles Gibbs, he told me that he was looking at a two page spread from the March 2010 Showbox magazine. “Miss Cherie, I’ve saved this. It says: Times Change. Friendships Remain. Join us in the celebration of the 30th Anni-

versary of the Texas Junior Livestock Association.” Miles went on to tell me that he planned to take that to the first All Around Champion Lamb exhibitor in the TJLA, Bonnie Buckner, who now lives in Los Angeles. “One of the greatest things about participating in the TJLA was all the friendships that I made,” Miles said. “We would get in the car every weekend and we would go to prospect shows, I would look forward to seeing people from all over. They weren’t just lamb exhibitors. I knew that I was going to see the Bezner boys and Billy Thorne and a lot of my friends in the cattle barn as well as all the people in the sheep barn.” Miles said that he joined the TJLA when he was about 11. He said that he was over at Allen Eckhart’s house. Allen had won two or three TJLA buckles. “I just looked at those buckles, and I thought, “I think I need to try to win one or two of those.” From that time forward Miles Gibbs won three buckles a year except for one year when they spent a lot of time rodeoing. Miles won the TJLA All-Around Lamb Champion title three different times as well as several breed buckles. “I can honestly say that the Texas Club Lamb Association gave me many opportunities that I would not have had if I had not participated in the organization, “Miles continued. The prestige of winning in the TJLA

opened a lot of doors for me and were instrumental in where I went to college.” Miles attended Texas A&M where he was a member of the Texas A&M Livestock Judging Team. He still judges. He is traveling to Alameda County in California this summer to judge the lambs at that county show. And when he finishes, he plans on going to Los Angeles to see none other than Bonnie Buckner. Friendships do remain. I wish to thank the thousands of families that have competed in the lamb division for their dedication, hard work and thoughtfulness. We salute all of you and look forward to seeing the next generation of lamb exhibitors.

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13th Annual

“Champion Lambs from Champion Breeders for Champion Exhibitors”

Saturday - June 5 - 6:00 p.m.

Comal County Fairgrounds - New Braunfels, TX CONSIGNORS

Jimmy Simmonds – Medium Wools Jimmy & Craig Barton – Medium Wools Buddy Spaeth – Finewools & Crosses Kyle & Julie Smithwick – Finewools & Crosses Shawn Ramsey – Medium Wools & Southdowns Kevin & Susan Fritz – Southdowns

Tony Winfrey – Medium Wools Mike Jonas - Medium Wools & Southdowns Texas A & M - Medium Wools Colt Sharpton - Medium Wools Ricky Haws – Medium Wools & Crosses Miles Gibbs – Medium Wools

All Consignors are members of the Texas Lamb Breeders Association Simmonds Champions Sale South – September 25 - Zapata County Fairgrounds

Without leaving Texas, you can buy a quality lamb from respected breeders at the best club lamb sale in the Lone Star State!

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Legends I Club Lamb Sale "THE MAIN ATTRACTION"

May 15, 2010 - 12:30 p.m. • Lunch served at 11:30 a.m. Coleman County Youth Activities Center Coleman, Texas Consignors Hill Country • Cabaniss Club Lambs Gary Ross Club Lambs • Golden Club Lambs Allison McGolden Club Lambs • Allen Turner Fritz Southdowns • Lil' Rod Crosses Ted Greiner Club Lambs Lambs will be available for viewing on Friday from 3:00 p.m. until midnight. Don’t miss this opportunity to make your selection.

San Antonio Stock Show 2010 - 2nd place-Class 2 Bred by Hill Country Exhibited by Tanner Swinson

San Angelo St ock Sh Bred by Hill C ow & Rodeo 2010 Grand C ountry Exhibited by Kahampion itlyn Craft

COME TAKE A LOOK AT THE BEST SET OF LAMBS IN A TEXAS SALE THIS YEAR! MORE CHAMPIONS ---- MORE WINNERS!

Legends II Sale June 5, 2010 - 1:00 p.m. Lunch at 12:00 p.m. At the Show Barn in Comfort, Texas

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Kerrville District Livestock Show Bred by Cabaniss Club Lambs 2010 Grand Champion Exhibited by Taylor Scott

Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Bred by Hill Country 2010 Grand Champion Exhibited by Hailey Fitting


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Summer Kick Off

Lamb & Goat Shows

***TCLA Sanctioned Lamb & TCMGA Goat Showmanship***

Saturday June 19, 2010 Murchison Park, Menard, Texas Lambs and Goats

ALL weight cards due at 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. TCLA Showmanship 5 lb. weigh back both shows $25.00 entry show A • $15.00 entry show B 65% payback - Show A • Points only - Show B Judges: Billy Zanolini and Jack Stats

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The July

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New Opportunities Await TJLA members this year! A Boar Stud Supplement. The Best Advertising Opportunity of the Summer! A Chance to Commemorate Your Family's Livestock History in a Special Advertising Section entitled: Legends : Then and Now

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Food for Thought….One Champion or Two?

By Cherie Rash Carrabba

The TJLA Board of Directors will meet in College Station during CAMP. One of the items on the agenda is a suggestion of mine. I want to change the way our Grand Champions are selected at the Bonanza. For years, we have had two shows at the Bonanza, Ring A and Ring B. Traditionally, we have chosen Grand and Reserve Grand Champions from each of those rings. After watching the heifer shows at San Antonio and Fort Worth, I started mulling over the idea of having the judges from both shows work together to choose one Grand and Reserve Champion and the Third Overall of the Show. I liked the way it was done, and I have always been one to believe that two heads are better than one. I have suggested that to the board, and we will discuss it May 7. It is my feeling that to have both judges work together to choose the Overall Champions in the steer, lamb, pig and goat barns would be beneficial. In the heifer division, the two judges would work together to choose the Overall Champions in the British, Continental, and American divisions. I feel like the Board may leave this decision to you. This is your association. You are the people that board decisions effect, and I 32 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

am very interested in how you feel about this idea. Do you think it has merit? Do you hate the idea? Do heifer exhibitors like the idea while swine exhibitors hate it? We need to know, and the only way to know is to hear from you. I am asking you to email me at CCarrabba@aol.com to give me your opinion. I want to hear that opinion, but I need to hear it as soon as possible. We will announce what has been decided prior to June 1, so keep those cards and letters coming, folks. We want to know what you think.


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•Member of the Lone Star Elite Jackpot •All Hutto Wethers eligible to show •Premier Breeder 2007 & 2008

Champion Heavy Weight Division 2010 Houston Livestock Show Cody Moczygemba Sire of more Champions in 2008 & 2009 than any other buck

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Lone Star Elite Sale June 5, 2010 - 1 P.M. Central Texas Livestock Center Goldthwaite, TX

Hutto Livestock June 12, 2010 - 2:30 P.M. Hutto Barn Eldorado, TX

Limited # of doe kids available Mid-August-September

Georgewest Sale July 10, 2010 - 11 A.M. Terry Lee Hunting Coop Georgewest, TX Hutto, Shrank, & Vick July 17, 2010 - 1 P.M. Shrank Barn Brownwood, TX Mid - August Sale with Barney Fawler Check website for time and place

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Private Treaty Sales start June 1. BEST SET OF KIDS EVER • Bucks out of 911 for sale. Mixed aged does and doe kids for sale. Call for an appointment. Winnings: Dallas - 4th • San Antonio - 3rd and 10th Houston - 5th and 10th • Second behind the Reserve Champion In Kerrville • Many grand champions at county shows San Antonio – 2005 Grand Champion

Grand Champion 2009 San Angelo Fall Spectacular Reserve Grand Champion 2009 Heart O’Texas Fair 5th Place, Class 9 – 2010 Houston Livestock Show Shelby James

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Saturday, June 5, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. Goldthwaite, TX Central Texas Livestock Center Offering 80 Head Champion Wether Goat Prospects 20 Elite Wether Producers will be selling some of their very best. All goats sold in this sale will be eligible for the Lone Star Elite Jackpot in November. For a list of producers check our website: www.lonestarjackpot.com Mark Your Calendar Now For More Information Contact: Kenneth Helms (806) 640-4104 or email kjhelms@gmail.com THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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featuring our best April and May wethers. Bailey Joe Pennington Reserve Grand Champion Hill Country Junior Livestock Show Turner Livestock Goats Are Eligible For The Lone Star Elite Jackpot Show

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Goree Expo Center at the Coleman Rodeo Grounds • Hwy 206 South • Coleman, Texas Selling 60 February - May Wethers Book show wethers qualify for the Current and Past Winners: Lone Star Elite show. 2010 Arkansas State Fair Grand Champion 2010 Coleman County Grand and Reserve Champion Remember the Paul Payne Production Sale, 2010 Throckmorton County Grand and Reserve Champion San Angelo, Texas 2010 San Patricio County Grand Champion Saturday, September 4, 2010 - 7:00 p.m. 2010 Runnels County Reserve Grand Champion 2009 3rd place at Star of Texas Contact information 2008 4th Houston Dr. Mark Swening 325-214-0741 2007 2nd Houston and Grand Champion Carcass Paul Payne 325-660-7881 Many other sale places at all the major stock shows. Ann Horne 325-660-8748 Cecil Book 325-895-1300

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the TCMGA By Cherie Rash Carrabba

The TCMGA was founded in 2004, so its history is not as long as the other associations, but its Champions and the Champions from the Bonanza and Fall Classic Goat Shows that preceded the association are well noted meat goat exhibitors. Most of them are still involved in livestock shows and agriculture. The first Belt Buckle Bonanza Meat Goat Show was held in 1997. The Grand Champion Meat Goat was exhibited by Kayla Kohls (who is now Kayla Kohls Rathmann). Kayla, whose entire family has been at the very foundation of the meat goat business in Texas, will be helping coordinate the TJLA Red Raider Classic in July. As an Administrative Assistant to Dr. Kevin Pond, the Chairman of the Department of Animal Science at Texas Tech University, Kayla is still very involved in Texas Livestock Shows. Kayla’s sister, Kallie, has been helping with the Bonanza and Fall Classic Goat shows since the inception of the Meat Goat Division. Kallie judged goat showmanship at the Bonanza in the early days of the association.

this year’s initial TJLA CAMP show. No one has won more in the Meat Goat division of the TJLA than Ranger exhibitor Kathryn Kelly. Kelly, now a student at Tarleton State University, is still active at livestock shows as well as being active in Kelly Meat Goats, her families’ company in Ranger.

s e t s E y n a t t i Br Champions in 2000.

Laci Cornett and Brittany Edmiston, both of McCamey, were the Grand and Reserve Grand Meat Goat

Francesca Falcon, another Aggie, was very active in the Animal Science Department Francesca is currently working in the private sector and judging a few goat shows.

Abby Christian

Beau Shilling, the exhibitor of the Grand Champion Goat at the 1998 Bonanza, is active in agricultural circles throughout the state since his graduation from college. Laci Gannon, the winner of the 1999 Bonus Point Show at the Bonanza, has judged for us and was an outstanding student in the Animal Science Department at Texas A&M.

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The first TCMGA All-Around Champion was Billy Bob Moczygemba. Billy Bob, a member of the 2009 TAMU Livestock Judging Team, will be one of the goat judges as

Taylor and Tanner Morgan, Kassidy Wilkinson, Rebecca Wilson, Charlotte Taylor, Abby Christian, the Martin girls, Clay Eastwood, Brittany Estes, Lindsey and Sidney Hammack, Bryan Bernhard are among some of the well noted members of the TJLA who had or have outstanding careers in the Meat Goat arena. High profile, capable young agriculture ambassadors…all great representatives of the TJLA.

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Kelly Meat Goats Proven Quality for the Serious Showman

Grand Champion Goat 2010 Star of Texas Congratulations Erica Walker

Reserve Grand Champion Goat 2010 Houston Livestock Show Congratulations Sidney Hammack

Class 9 Champion 2010 Houston Livestock Show Congratulations Courtney Millsap

Grand Champion Goat 2010 Oklahoma Youth Expo Congratultions Chance Greenroyd

Grand Champion Goat 2010 San Antonio Livestock Show Congratulations Brittany Estes

First Place in Class Middle Weight Division 2010 San Antonio Livestock Show Congratulations Chris Martinez

Champion Light Weight Division 2010 San Antonio Livestock Show Congratulations TJ Warren Reserve Grand Champion 2010 Sand Hills Stock Show and Rodeo, Odessa

Reserve Champion Light Weight Division 2010 Houston Livestock Show Congratulations Erica Walker Reserve Champion Middle Weight 2010 Fort Worth Stock Show

Spring Sale May 8th, 2010 Kelly Ranch, Ranger, TX 1:00 P.M.

Sale Dates:

Reserve Champion Middle Weight Division 2010 National Western Stock Show Congratulations Chance Greenroyd Division 4 and Division 6 Champion 2009 Tulsa State Fair

Fall Sale • September 18th Summer Sale Kelly Ranch, Ranger, TX Mike, Susie & Kathryn Kelly June 20th Kelly Ranch, Ranger, TX Doe Sale - 10:00 A.M. Ranger, TX • Home 254-559-6410 •Cell 254-631-1651 Wether Sale 1:00 P.M. 1:00 P.M. www.kellymeatgoats.com • mskkelly@dishmail.net THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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Milligan Web Design

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Allen Bros. LLC

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Kohls Wether Goat Sale • Eldorado • Sat. June 12th • 10:00 am Faris-Allen Show Goat Sale • Hill Country Fair Grounds • Junction • Sat. June 19th • 5:00 pm Harper Show Goat Sale • Harper • Sun. June 27th •10:30 am Hill Country Wether Goat Sale • Kerrville • Sun. July 11• 2:00 pm

Reserve Heavy Weight 2009 Tulsa State Fair

1st Place Heavy Weight

2010 San Antonio Livestock Show

Bob Allen • P.O. Box 22 •Junction, Texas 76849 • Home 325-446-3980 • Cell 830-459-7710

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Mirando Valley Boer Goats

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Annual Summer Sale Saturday, July 24, 2010 6:00 p.m.

Eddie and Tiffani Cremar Robert Fulbright 361-586-5005 Home 361-319-7206 Cell 361-527-3230 Office

Featuring our best late April and May Wethers Look for our Fall Sale in September – TBA Featuring our best late May and June Wethers Sales to be held at the Fulbright Ranch Headquarters Hebbronville, Texas

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Hebbronville

Se Habla Espanol

Mirando City

Guest Consignor – Richard Griffin

Fulbright Ranch 3073 649

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The 31st Annual June 30-July 5, 2010 HOT Fair Complex • Waco, Texas 2 Shows for Steers, Heifers, Lambs, Hogs, Goats TJLA Awards Banquets for TCCA Steer Division, TCCA Heifer Division, TCPA, TCLA and TCMGA

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

TJLA Jr. Directors Leadership Retreat – Waco Hilton

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Barns Open 8:00 A.M. Bonanza Livestock Judging Contest 11:00 A.M. Queen, Princess and Sweetheart Orientation- Back Porch Club HOT Fair Complex 12:00 Noon Board of Directors Meeting 1:30 P.M. Junior Board of Directors Meeting 2:00 P.M. ABC Heifer Classification Show 3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. Check in American Heifers 6:30 P.M. TJLA Pig Awards Banquet 7:00 P.M. Weight Cards Must Be Turned in for Swine Show

Friday, July 2, 2010

7:00 A.M. American Heifers Show A Followed by American Heifer Show B. 8:00 A.M. Official Gulf Coast 4-Star TCPA Showmanship Show Followed by Powered by Lindner Swine Show A 1:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. Check in British and Continental Heifers 5:00 P.M. Official Gulf Coast 4-Star TCLA Showmanship Contest 7:00 P.M. TJLA Heifer Awards Banquet 7:00 P.M. Weight Cards May Be Turned in for the Lamb Show

Saturday, July 3, 2010

6:30 A.M. – Lamb and Goat Weight Cards Must Be Turned In 7:00 A.M. Official Gulf Coast 4-Star TCCA Heifer Showmanship followed by British Heifer Show A. Followed by British Heifer Show B. Continental Heifer Show A Followed by Continental Heifer Show B 8:00 A.M. TJLA Goat Awards Breakfast 9:00 A.M. Powered by Lindner Swine Show B 9:30 A.M. Lamb Show A 10:00 A.M., or At the Close of the TCMGA Awards Breakfast, SureFed Feeds Goat Show A Followed By SureFed Feeds Goat Show B 3:00 P.M. Gulf Coast 4 Star Official TCMGA Showmanship Show 7:00 P.M. Lamb Awards Banquet

Sunday, July 4, 2010

9:00 A.M. Lamb Show B 9:00 A.M to 10:00 A.M. Weigh and Classify Progress Steers 9:00 A.M. Minature Herefrd Steer Show 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Weigh and Classify Prospect Steers 12:00 Noon Official Gulf Coast 4-Star TCCA Steer Showmanship Show Followed by Progress Steer Show A Followed by Progress Steer Show B 7:00 P.M. TJLA Steer Awards Banquet

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8:00 A.M. Prospect Steer Show A Immediately followed by Prospect Steer Show B


31st Anniversary The Grand Daddy of 'Em All!

All Points are Doubled at the Bonanza. Points Earned will Also Count Toward Regional Points.

Only Animals Entered In The First Show of The Bonanza Are Eligible to Enter The Second Show. Entry Deadline: June 12, 2010 - After that date, add $10,00 per head - per show - No refunds! ENTRY FEES: Steers/Heifers Show A - TCCA Members - $45.00/Head Non-Members $55.00/Head Show B - TCCA Members $20.00/Head Non- Members - $30.00/Head LAMBS Show A- TCLA Members - $25.00/Head Non-Members - $35.00/Head Show B - TCLA Members - $15.00/Head Non- Members - $25.00/Head Goats Show A - TCMGA Members $25.00/Head Non-Members -$35.00 /Head Show B - TCMGA Members $15.00/ Head Non-Members - $25.00 /Head PIGS Show A - TCPA Members - $30.00 /Head Non- Members - $40.00 Per Head Show B - TCPA members - $30.00/Head Non-Members - $40.00/Head ENTRY FEE DEADLINE June 12, 2010 After that date add $10.00/ head per show to Entry Fee Absolutely No Refunds - No Exchanges BONANZA ROOM RESERVATIONS Hilton Waco 254-759-5516 $99.00 Per Night Reservation Cut Off Date - June 17, 2010 MUST ASK FOR TJLA ROOMBLOCK Clarion Hotel Waco 254-757-2000 $79.95 Per Night Reservation Cut Off Date - June 17, 2010 MUST ASK FOR TJLA ROOMBLOCK Make reservations early!

Bonanza Chairmen General Manager - Larry Lehman - 940-437-5900 Cherie Carrabba - 936-545-7666 Steer Superintendent - Brant Poe - 979-251-1636 Heifer Superintendent - Larry Lehman - 940-437-5900 Lamb Superintendent - Billy Zanolini - 940-886-7129 Goat Superintendent - Ismaro Cardenas - 361-449-7116 Swine Superintendent - Gary Bishop - 832-545-4774 Commercial Exhibits - Gary Christian - 936-291-9586 Stall Assignments First Entered - First Stalled No Hay Used As Bedding Shavings Must Be Purchased from HOT Fair Complex Reserved Deluxe Outdoor Trailer Spots $100.00 per spot plus HOT nightly rental fee. Reserved on First Come- First Reserved Basis (Only 35 Available) SHOW JUDGES: American Heifer Show A Judge- Doug Pierce, Brenham, Texas British and Continental Show A Judge Joel Judge, San Luis Obispo, CA British and Continental Show B JudgeDoug Pierce, Brenham, Texas American Heifer Show B Judge - Joel Judge -San Luis Obispo, CA Steer Show A - Matt Leo, California Steer Show B - Jeff Sargent, Van Alstyne, TX Lamb Show A - Keith Barry, Sac City, Iowa Lamb Show B - Josh Kouns, Indianna Goat Show A-Jeff Ripley, College Station, Texas Goat Show B - Derek Chabot, Hamilton, Texas Swine Show A - Brian Arnold, Illinois Swine Show B - Jason Simpson, Colorado Lamb Showmanship - Moriah Beyers, Lubbock, Texas Steer Showmanship - Jenna Day, Howe, TX Heifer Showmanship - Jane Satree, Montague, TX Goat Showmanship - Ryan Cummings, TX Swine Showmanship - Levi Moyers, Brenham, TX

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31st Anniversary The Grand Daddy of 'Em All! Show Highlights: • • • • • • • • •

All Points Earned Count Double for All Shows All Points Earned Count Towards Regional Awards Air Conditioned Facilities for All Shows Official Heifer, Steer, Lamb, Pig and Goat Showmanship Shows 5 TJLA Awards Banquets TJLA Queen, Princess and Sweetheart Contests Junior Director Leadership Retreat Street Dances Commercial Exhibits

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Belt Buckle Bonanza 2010 Livestock Judging Contest

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Heart O' Texas Fair Complex •Waco, Texas Open to All 4-H and FFA Members Three Age Groups: Ages as of 9/1/2010 Junior: 8-11 • Intermediate: 12-14 • Senior: Ages 15 and Up Team Competition: 4 members per team Contest: Scantrons Will Be Provided 2-3 Cattle Classes 1-2 Swine Classes 1-2 Sheep Classes 1 Goat Class 10 Questions Schedule: 8-10:00 A.M. Registration Contest Begins at 10 A.M. Results at 2:00 P.M.

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Pre-entries: $15.00 per individual - Due June 12 Late Entries: $20 per individual After June 12 High Individuals in Each Age Division will win belt buckles! Awards Will Be Presented to the Top 10 Individuals and the top Team in Each Age Division For More Information please contact: Cherie Carrabba 936-544-2787

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Become A Bonanza Booster Thank You to the Following Industry Leaders For Their Continued Support of the 31st Annual Belt Buckle Bonanza

The 2010 Belt Buckle Bonanza 31st Anniversary Heifer Show Overall Grand Champion American Heifer, West Farms, Paris, Texas Champion Brangus Heifer, Diamond K Ranch-Shawn and Wayne Knox, Hempstead, Texas Champion Red Brangus Heifer, Diamond K Ranch-Shawn and Wayne Knox, Hempstead, Texas Champion Beefmaster Heifer, Kerry and Chyra Halliburton, Waco, Texas Champion Charolais Heifer, Lehman Charolais, Tioga, Texas Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, Charles W. Wilson III Memorial Wilson Ranches-Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson-Asherton, Texas Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, Doguet Diamond D Ranch, McCoy, Texas Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, George W. “Tee” Knox, Tarzan, Texas Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, Diamond H Ranch, Sealy, Texas 2010 Belt Buckle Bonanza 31st Anniversary Steer Show Overall Grand Champion Progress Steer In Memory of Randy Rash By John Ben & Cherie Carrabba and Ryan Rash Champion ABC Steer-Richard Johnson, Normangee, Texas Champion Limoisin Steer, Doskocil Family, Buckholts, Texas Champion Charolais Steer-Ingrid and Jacob Tusa, Reagan, Texas Belt Buckle Bonanza Sure-Fed Feed Goat Show Belt Buckle Bonanza Lamb Show Powered by Lindner Belt Buckle Bonanza Pig Show Overall Grand Champion Hog, Duelm’s Prevailing Genetics, New Braunfels, Texas

Overall Reserve Grand Champion Hog, Crouch and Curry Swine Genetics, Los Fresnos, Texas Champion Dark OPB Hog, Taj Mahog Show Pigs, John Senter Champion Light OPB Hog, Lackey Livestock, Jason Lackey, Aspermont, Texas Champion Yorkshire Hog, Hill Show Pigs & Thompson & Son Show Pigs, Nevada, Texas Champion Hampshire Hog, Young Livestock, Dan Young, Burkburnett, Texas Champion Duroc Hog, Philips Show Pigs, Levelland, Texas Champion Crossbred Hog, Stephens Farms, Amarillo, Texas Reserve Champion Dark OPB Hog, Scott Sullivan, Robstown, Texas Reserve Champion Light OPB Hog, 3rd Day Genetics, Delton Moore-,Justiceburg, Texas Reserve Champion Yorkshire Hog, Steve Cobb and Family, Lake City, Arkansas Reserve Champion Hampshire Hog, Brinning Genetics, Shane Brinning, Keota, Iowa Reserve Champion Duroc Hog, Clawson Family, Dayton, Texas Reserve Champion Crossbred Hog, Brinning Genetics, Shane Brinning-Keota, Iowa Gulf Coast 4-Star Showmanship Show Senior Steer Showmanship, Alyssa Walschak, Hearne, Texas Pee Wee Swine Showmanship,Star of Texas Show Pigs, Don & Connie Martin, Levelland, Texas Junior Swine Showmanship-Chad Hill Durocs, Hereford, Texas Intermediate Swine Showmanship, Edward & Jane Schneider, Franklin, Texas Senior Swine Showmanship, Peugh Show Pigs, Cody Peugh, Stanton, Texas

Become a Part of the 31st Annual Belt Buckle Bonanza • I want to Donate: ____$250.00 Grand Over-All or Reserve Grand Over- All Award ____$150.00 Belt Buckle to Breed Champion ____$100.00 Showmanship __________________Preferred Breed __________________Preferred Division ____$75.00 Reserve Breed Champion Award ____$50.00 Bonanza Booster ____ Check Enclosed ____ Bill Me _________Visa MC AMX Discover # _____________________Exp Date __ Address on Credit Card Statement or Billing Address: Address ______________________________ City _______________________ State ___________ Zip ____________ Mail to: TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza • P.O. Box 1088 • Crockett, Texas 75835 66 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX


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July 1, 2010 Held in Conjunction with the 31st Annual Belt Buckle Bonanza Heart O’ Texas Fair Complex - Waco, TX

Rules and Awards

AGE: Queen Contestants must be at least 15 years of age as of September 1, 2010. Princess Contestants must be between the ages of 12 to 14 as of September 1, 2010. Sweetheart Contestants must be between the ages of 8 and 11 as of September 1, 2010. AWARDS: Awards will be presented to Miss TJLA and 1st through 3rd runners up, Miss Congeniality, TJLA Princess and the 1st through 3rd runners-up, TJLA Sweetheart and the 1st through 3rd runners-up.

Miss TJLA will receive a $500 scholarship. Contestants will compete in Speech, Western Attire, Interview, and Communication. (See complete information in Bonanza Rules) ENTRY: Biography, Questions, and Entry Fee ($100) should be postmaked by June 22, 2010. Forms will be posted on the internet at www. theshowbox.com by May 1, 2010. SCHEDULE: To Be Announced Next Issue.

For More Information: Contact the TJLA 936/544-2787

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YEAR END DONORS 2008 2008 Top Ten Jacket Donors Heifer Buckle Donors Red Angus Heifer - Circle Star Show Cattle, DONORS Oster Professional YEAR END 2008Products, Boca Raton, FL David & Lisa Russell, Ivanhoe, TX 2008 Top TenContributors Jacket Donors Heifer Buckle Simbrah Heifer - Pine RidgeDonors Ranch, Dallas, TX Platinum RedHeifer Angus- Val Heifer - Circle Star Show Cattle,TX Oster Boca Raton,TXFL JohnProfessional Ben & CherieProducts, Carrabba, Crockett, ABC Walters Family, Brenham, David & Heifer Lisa Russell, TX Red Brangus - JimmyIvanhoe, Hahn Concrete, Simbrah Heifer - Brenham, Pine RidgeTXRanch, Dallas, TX Platinum Contributors Gold Contributors JohnHutto Ben & Cherie Carrabba, Crockett, ABC Heifer - Heifer Val Walters Family, Brahman - Jim & LuannBrenham, Williams,TX Transportation, Humble, TX TX Red Brangus Heifer - Jimmy Hahn Concrete, The Chase Wilson Foundation, Robstown, TX Boling, TX Heifer Buckle Brenham, DonorsTX Showmanship Buckle Donors Gold Contributors Limousin Heifer - Doyle & Darlene McConathy, AllBrahman Around Heifer Tusa Show Cattle: Jacob, and Heifer - Jim & TX Luann Williams, HuttoSilver Transportation, Humble,Ingrid TX Angleton, Contributors The Chase Wilson Foundation, Robstown, TX Boling, TX Ranch House Red Designs, Wharton, TX Georgia Tusa-Reagan, Texas Angus Heifer - Fat Dog Cattle RBA Financial Advisors, Stephenville, TX Limousin HeiferHeifer - Doyle- Dr. & Darlene McConathy, Charolais PeeWee Lamb Showmanship Diamond H Ranch, Sealy, TX Hereford Heifer Gary Moore Angleton, TX Silver Contributors Walschak Family, Hearne, TX Lambs Lehman Charolais-Tioga, Texas Hartmann and Ruffin Club RedSteer Angus Buckle Heifer - Fat Dog Cattle RBA Advisors, Stephenville, TX WestFinancial Texas National Bank, Mark Mann, Donors Brahman Heifer Mason, Texas Diamond H Ranch, Hereford - Dr. Gary Moore Charolais SteerHeifer - Robinson Custom Homes, Seminole, TXSealy, TX Walschak Family, Hearne,Rasor, TX Van V8 Ranch, Boling, TX TX WHR Shorthorns - Bill & Becky LLP, Conroe, West Texas National Bank, Mann, Steer Donors Champion AOB Heifer Buckle Top Ten Jacket Donors Alstyne, TX Mark Limousin Steer -Buckle Speer's Tri S Club Calves, Charolais Steer Marquez, - RobinsonTXCustom Homes, Seminole, TX Ranch House Designs,LLP,Wharton, Texas WHR Shorthorns Bill & Becky Rasor, Van Conroe, TXNewcastle, OK AOB Steer - Steve Bonham, Bronze- Contributor Champion Shorthorn Brahman Heifer Buckle Gold Contributors Limousin Steer Speer's Tri S Club Carwile, Calves, Steer - Dr. Henry & Sally ClarenceAlstyne, Melber, TX Manor, TX Marquez, TXTX V8 Ranch, Wharton, Texas West& Farms-Paris, TexasTX Dr. Henry Sally Carwile, Montgoemry, Montgomery, AOBBrahman Steer - Steve Newcastle, Bronze Contributor B&B Renfroe Club Lambs, Ozona, TX Steer Bonham, - Jim & Sue Gupton, OK Shorthorn Steer Angleton, - Dr. Henry Clarence Manor, TXTX TX& Sally Carwile, Tusa ShowMelber, Cattle, Reagan, Steer BuckleMontgomery, Donors Bronze Contributors Dr. Henry & Sally Carwile, Montgoemry, TX TX Champion Chianina CharlesB&B and Kathy Bastrop, Renfroe ClubWhite, Lambs, Ozona, TX Texas Brahman Steer - Jim &Donors Sue Gupton, Medallion Contributors Lamb Buckle Angleton, TX Tusa Show Cattle, Reagan, TX Blizzard Cattle Company, Big Spring, TX Knox Herefords, Tarzan, TX Pee Wee Lamb Showmanship - Hartmann &

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Champion Angus Steer Buckle Medallion Contributors Ruffin Club Lambs, Mason, TX Medallion Lamb BuckleDonors Donors 2008 Scholarship Donors Pig Buckle Carter and Vicky Lewis Doguet Diamond D Contributors Ranch, McCoy, Texas Knox Herefords, TX Smith, Pee Hi Wee Lamb Showmanship - Hartmann Bulls Eye Ranch, Barry &Tarzan, Charlotte Point Genetics, Inc., Chrisman, IL & Roy Garrison, Garrison, Texas Lucherk Cattle, McCoy, Texas Ruffin Club Lambs, Mason, TX Burton, TX Meat Goat Buckle Donors 2008 Donors Buckle Donors Champion Chianina Steer Buckle Tusa Cattle: Ingrid SeniorPig -N& K Ranch, Eldorado, TX John Ben & Scholarship CherieJacob, Carrabba, Crockett,and TX Bulls Eye Ranch, BarryReagan, & CharlotteTexas Smith, Hi Point Genetics, Chrisman, Blizzard Cattle Company, BigInc.,Spring, TXIL Georgia Tusa, Meat Goat Buckle Donors Senior - N & K Ranch, Eldorado, TX

Burton, TX John Ben & Cherie Carrabba, Crockett, TX

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Entry Deadline June 13 – After That Date Add $10.00 per Animal, per Show Entered Mail entries to:

TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza P.O. Box 1088 - Crockett, Texas 75835

Fill Out Entry Card BONANZA For Each Animal Entered TJLAPlease BELT BUCKLE ENTRY

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Entry Deadline June 11 13 – After That Date Add $10.00 per Animal, per Show Entered A&B_______ A Only_______ Mail entries to: Exhibitor’s Name ______________________________________________________ TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza P.O. Box 1088 - Crockett, Texas 75835 Member TJLA? Y N If yes, Division_______ Please Fill Out Entry Card For Each Animal Entered A&B_______ A Only_______ Exhibitor’s Address_______________________________________Town_________ Zip_________

Exhibitor’s Name ______________________________________________________ Exhibitor’s E-Mail Address___________________________________________________________ Member TJLA? Y N If yes, Division_______ Phone Number (Area Code)_______Phone______________________________________________ Exhibitor’s Address_______________________________________Town_________ Zip_________ Steer Hog Lamb Goat Heifer Type of Animal (Circle One) Exhibitor’s E-Mail Address___________________________________________________________ Breed of Animal________________________If Heifer, List Birthdate_____________________________ Phone Number (Area Code)_______Phone______________________________________________

RELEASE AND INDEMNITY (Must Be Filled Out)

We, the youth exhibitor, parents or guardians, and CEA or AST, do agree that in consideration for the Texas Junior Livestock Association allowing the Typetoof Animalin(Circle One)shows at the Steer Hog Lamb Goat indemnify Heifer undersigned participate the livestock Belt Buckle Bonanza we, the undersigned, and hold the TJLA, its officers, directors, employees, the City of Waco and the Heart of Texas Fair Complex harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, demands, obligations, causes of actions and law suits and all damages (including punitive and exemplary damages), liabilities (including strict liability), fines, penalties, judgments, costs (including settlement costs), and expenses associated therewith (including the payment of reasonable attorney fees and disbursements)(hereafter collecBreed of Animal________________________If Heifer, List Birthdate_____________________________ tively “Damages”), to the extent Damages arise out of (1) the failure of the undersigned to comply with the terms and conditions of this Entry Form; (2) the failure of the undersigned to comply with any applicable federal, state or local laws; (3) the services performed or actions taken by the undersigned; (4) the negligent, grossly negligent or intentional acts or omissions of the undersigned; or (5) any acts caused by the undersigned’s animals. RELEASE AND INDEMNITY (Must Be Filled Out) We, the undersigned, have read and voluntarily sign this release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement, and further agree that no oral We, exhibitor, parents or guardians, and CEA orCEA AST,or doAST, agreedo thatagree in consideration for the TexasofJunior Livestock Association allowing the We,the theyouth youth exhibitor, parents or guardians, and consideration the been Texas Junior Livestock Associarepresentations, statements or inducements apart from the that aboveinwritten agreement have made. undersigned to participate in the livestock shows atin thethe Belt Buckle Bonanza the undersigned, and hold the TJLA, officers, directors, tion allowing the undersigned to participate TJLA Belt Bucklewe, Bonanza, we, the indemnify undersigned, indemnify anditshold the TJLA, its employees, the City employees, of Waco and the Heart of Waco Texas Fair from and against any and all claims, losses, demands, obligations, causes of officers, directors, City of and Complex the Heartharmless 'O Texas Fair Complex harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, Exhibitor_____________________________________________Date_____________ demands, obligations, causes of actions andpunitive law suits all damages (including andstrict exemplary liabilities (including actions and law suits and all damages (including andand exemplary damages), liabilitiespunitive (including liability),damages) fines, penalties, judgments, costs strict liability, fines, costs), penalties, judgements, costs therewith (including settlement costs) and expenses associated (including the payment (including settlement and expenses associated (including the payment of reasonable attorney feestherewith and disbursements)(hereafter collec-of reasonable attorneys and disbursements) (herafter collectively referred to as “Damages”) theterms extent outEntry of (1) failure tively “Damages”), tofees theorextent Damages arise out of (1) the failure of the undersigned to comply withtothe anddamages conditionsarise of this Form; Parent Guardian_________________________________________________Date______________ of(2)the comply with the terms of thisstate Entry (2) the failure of the undersigned to comply any aptheundersigned failure of the to undersigned to comply withand any conditions applicable federal, or Form; local laws; (3) the services performed or actions taken bywith the underplicable state or local laws; (3) the or actions taken by the undersigned; the negligent, grossly negligent signed; federal, (4) the negligent, grossly negligent or services intentionalperformed acts or omissions of the undersigned; or (5) any acts(4) caused by the undersigned’s animals. or intentional or omissions of the undersigned; or (5) actsand caused undersigned’s animals. We, and the undersigned, have We, theacts undersigned, have read and voluntarily sign this any release waiverbyofthe liability and indemnity agreement, further agree that no read oral and voluntarily sign this release and waiver of liability and indemnity agreement, and further agree that no oral representations, statements or representations, statements or inducements apart from the above written agreement have been made.

Entry Form For Leadership Contests

LEADERSHIP CONTESTS

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Bonanza Rules and Regulations GENERAL RULES 1. All exhibitors must exhibit their own animals unless they have more than one animal being shown at that time. If the exhibitor does not show his/her own animal, points will not be given unless the exhibitor is in compliance with all the rules and regulations as stated in the TJLA rulebook. 2. Premiums will not be awarded to breed or reserve breed champions if they are not present for the Championship Drive. 3. All livestock and exhibitors are free to leave after they show with the exception of the above. 4. Adjustments in class breaks will be made at the discretion of the show management. 5. The decision of the show management on any matter is final. 6. Showmanship exhibitors must be members of the TJLA. 7. Showmanship exhibitors must exhibit the animal that they use for showmanship in the show. 8. No health papers required. 9.No fan stands will be allowed in the aisles in the cattle barns. Fans in the barn must be hung from brackets. Exhibitors wishing to use free standing fan stands may stall outside. 11. All points earned at the Belt Buckle Bonanza will double in both state wide and regional competition. 12. There is a suggested dress code for all exhibitors. Exhibitors should wear a shirt with a collar and sleeves. Shirts must be tucked in jeans while the exhibitor is showing in the ring. 13. Only animals that show in the first show are eligible to show in the second show. 14. No refunds on entries. 15. All exhibitors enter the showmanship competition at the show. STEER ShOw RULES Progess Steer Show – Sunday, July 4, 2010 Prospect Steer Show – Monday, July 5, 2010 1. Prospect Steer weight limit – 875 pounds. Steers weighing 876 pounds and more will show as Progress steers. 2. Steer exhibitors will turn in their own weight cards. 3. Steers will be classified. There will be a 5% weigh back in the first show. 4. Prospect steers will be shown in 16 breed divisions. They will be broken into weight classes as numbers permit. 5. Progress steers will be shown in three divisions: American, British, and Exotic. we reserve the right to break progress steers into 70 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

breed classes if there are enough entries in that breed. 6. Any steer which cannot be handled by the showman will be removed from the ring. 7. Animals must be exhibited in the first show in order to exhibit in the second show. 8. No health papers required. 9. All points earned will double in both state wide and regional competition. 10. Steers which are classified out of one breed will be exhibited as AOB’s or ABC’s. The decision of the classifiers is final. 11. If a steer weighs out in show one, it may show in show two. 12. No change of the major color pattern of any steer will be allowed. hEIFER ShOw RULES American heifer Shows – Friday, July 2, 2010 British heifer Shows – Saturday, July 3, 2010 Continental heifer Shows- Saturday, July 3, 2010 at the Conclusion of the British heifer Show. 1. Cattle eligible to be shown in the Belt Buckle Bonanza heifer show must be of the same percentage as cattle eligible to be shown at the Texas major shows if there is a division of competition for that breed. If there is not a division of competition for that breed, then the cattle must be of the same percentage as cattle eligible to be shown at the breed’s junior national show. 2. heifers will compete in the 2 breed format. There will be a breed division for each of the following breeds: ABC, Angus, AOB, ARB, Beefmaster, Brangus, Brahmousin, Braunvieh, Grey Brahman, Red Brahman, Braford, Charolais, Chianina, hereford, Limousin, Maine Anjou, Minature hereford, ORB, Simmental, Polled hereford, Shorthorn, Red Angus, Red Brangus, Simbrah, Simbrauvieh, Santa Gertrudis, Star Five, LowLine Angus. 3. Original registration in the individual exhibitor’s name will be verified at check-in. 4. An exception to the above is those exhibitors who are scramble heifer recipients. In this case, the exhibitor must present a copy of the original registration papers along with a letter or documentation from the show that awarded the scramble certificate. 5. Only heifers shown in show one may enter the second show. 6. There will be an Overall Grand and Reserve Grand Champion American heifer, Overall Grand and Reserve Grand British heifer, Overall Grand and Reserve Grand Continental heifer as well as breed and reserve breed champions.

7. No heifers older than January 1, 2008 will be eligible to show. 8. heifers will be divided by age. 9. Bonanza heifer Classes: Class 1: Jan 1, 2020 and after Class 2: Oct. 1- Dec. 31, 2009 Class 3: July 1 – Sept. 30, 2009 Class 4: April 1 – June 30, 2009 Class 5: Jan. 1 – March 31, 2009 Class 6: Oct. 1 – Dec. 31, 2008 Class 7: July 1 – Sept. 30, 2008 Class 8: Jan 1 – June 30, 2008 10. Adjustments in class breaks will be made at the discretion of the show management. 11. All points earned at the Belt Buckle Bonanza will count double in both the state wide and regional TJLA competition. LAMB ShOw RULES Bonanza Lamb Show A will Be held- Saturday, July 3, 2010 Bonanza Lamb Show B will Be held Sunday, July 4, 2010 1. Lambs will be shown in the four (4) breed divisions: Southdown, Finewool, Finewool Cross, and Medium wool. A lamb that is classified out of the SD, Fw, FwX may be shown as a Medium wool. 2. Lambs will be divided by weight within those breed divisions. 3. All lambs will be slick shorn. 4. Exhibitors will turn in their weight cards at the time listed on the schedule. 5 Lambs weighing out will be disqualified. 6. There will be a five pound weigh-back for lambs in show A and a five pound weight back for lambs in show B. NO TOLERANCE. Animals weighing out may not come back in the next class, but may come back in the next ring. 7. May show ewes or wethers. 8. A lamb must be exhibited in the first show in order to be exhibited in the second show. 9. Texas exhibitors only. No health papers required. 10. Exhibitors may not sell an entry that was purchased in their name to another exhibitor. 11. No refunds on entries. 12. A lamb that is shown in the showmanship contest must be exhibited by that exhibitor in the regular show. 13. All points earned at the Belt Buckle Bonanza will be doubled in both the state wide and regional TJLA points. 14. Lambs will be stalled on a first come/ first served basis. 15 Pre-Set weight Breaks Pre-Set weight breaks will be used to determine the classes in each breed.


Southdown: Lt. wt – 67 lbs & under Lt. Med. wt – 68 lbs – 74 lbs. Med. wt - 75 lbs. – 83 lbs. hvy. wt – 84 lbs and more Finewool Lt. wt – 80 lbs and under Med. wt – 81 lbs – 90 lbs hvy. wt. – 91 lbs and more Finewool Cross Class 1 – 79 lbs and Under Class 2 - 80 lbs – 89 lbs Class 3 – 90 lbs – 99 lbs. Class 4 – 100 lbs - 109 lbs Class 5 – 110 lbs and more Medium wool Class 1 – 77 lbs and under Class 2 – 78 lbs – 83 lbs Class 3- 84 lbs – 90 lbs Class 4 – 91 lbs -95 lbs Class 5 – 96 lbs – 101 lbs Class 6 – 102 lbs – 107 lbs. Class 7 – 108 lbs – 113 lbs. Class 8 – 114 lbs and more Animals weighing out in their class may not come back into the next class. They may, however, come back for the next ring. 16. we reserve the right to weigh back any animal. Lambs must weigh within three (5) pounds of the weight that was recorded in Ring A and that same animal must weigh within three (5) pounds of the recorded weight on the weight card in Ring B. There will be no tolerance other than the allowed weigh backs. 17. There will be no changing of the weights allowed for Ring B and no changing of the names on the weight cards. for Ring B. The exhibitor that shows the animal in Ring A will show the same animal in Ring B. POwERED By LINDNER SwINE ShOw RULES Powered by Lindner Swine Show A – Friday, July 2, 2010 Powered by Lindner Swine Show B - Saturday July 3, 2010 1. Texas exhibitors only. 2. No health papers required. 3. Six breed format: Duroc, hamps, Crosses, yorks, Light OPB’s (Chesters & Landraces), Dark OPB’s (Berks & Chinas). 4. Barrows and gilts show together. 5. No boars over 125 lbs. 6. 10 lb weigh back. hogs must weigh within 10 pounds of the weight that was recorded on the weight card. There will be no tolerance other than the allowed weigh back. 7. Swine classes will be divided by weight within each breed division after the weight

cards are turned in according to the numbers entered. 8. Showmanship exhibitors must be members of TCPA. 9. Showmanship will have a $5.00 jackpot fee that will be collected at the gate the day of the showmanship show. 10. Showmanship ages: Peewee: 7 years of Age and Under Junior: 8-11 years of Age Intermediate: 12- 14 years of Age Senior: 15 years of Age and Older (All age categories are based upon the age of the exhibitor on September 1, 2010) 11. Each hog must have been entered and exhibited in the first show in order to exhibit in the second show. 12. we reserve the right to weigh any animal. Animals weighing out will not be allowed to show in the show in which they weighed out. 13. Pigs will be penned on a first come/ first served basis. 14. Swine barns open at 8:00 A.M. on Thursday, July 1, 2010. 15. Exhibitors may not sell an entry that was purchased in their name to another exhibitor. 16. There will be no changing of weights for Ring B and no changing of names on the weight cards for Ring B. The exhibitor who shows the animal in Ring A will show the same animal in Ring B. 17. No refunds on entries. 18. All points earned at the Belt Buckle Bonanza will be doubled in both the state-wide and regional TJLA point standings. 19. Three pigs to a pen. Please bring dividers to be placed inside the pens if you wish to use them. MEAT GOAT ShOw Meat Goat Shows will be held on Saturday, July 3, 2010 1. The show is open to any breeds or crossbred. 2. No health papers required. 3. Goats must be exhibited by their owners. The only exception is the owner has more than one goat in a class or more than one animal in the show. 4. Any animal exhibited in showmanship must be exhibited by that exhibitor in the regular show. 5. horns must be tipped. 6. Exhibitors will be allowed to use halters or collars in the show ring. 7. Exhibitors must be members of the TCMGA in order to exhibit in showmanship. 8. Goat exhibitors will turn in weight cards for goats. Goats will be divided by weight classes. There will be pre-set weight breaks. Class 1- 45 and under Class 2 -46-50 Class 3 - 51-56 Class 4 - 57-62

Class 5 - 63-69 Class 6 - 70-76 Class 7 - 77-84 Class 8 - 85-94 Class 9 - 95 and up 9. we reserve the right to weigh back all animals. 10. Goats must weigh back within three pounds of the weight that was turned in on the weight card. There will be no tolerance other than the three pounds. 11. May show wethers or nannies. 12. A goat must be exhibited in the first show in order to be exhibited in the second show. There will be no changing of the weight on the weight card between the first and second show. 13. Exhibitors may not sell an entry that was purchased in their name to another exhibitor. There will be no changing of weights allowed for Ring B and no changing of names on the weight cards. 14. No refunds on entries. 15. All points earned at the Belt Buckle Bonanza will double in both the state wide and regional TJLA point standings. CATTLE STALLING No Exceptions. Must follow procedure! Stalling Done on A First Entered- First Stalled Basis Stalling is one of the most labor intensive functions at the Belt Buckle Bonanza. we can only accommodate exhibitors if we can have a clear understanding of their stalling requests. Any stalling request must be accompanied by entries from everyone in the group that wishes to stall together. we will strictly adhere to this policy. It is impossible to stall individuals together who enter separately and at different times. If you wish to stall a particular place in the barn submit your entries early. The earlier an entry is submitted, the more likely your request will be fulfilled. GUIDELINES: 1. Any group wishing to stall together must send all of their entries in at one time and together. A cover letter should list the exhibitors who wish to stall together and the number of animals that each exhibitor has entered and any other information which you consider pertinent. 2. Entries sent in separately will be stalled separately. 3. Exhibitors who are requesting certain spots in the barn should include a letter with their entries explaining where they wish to be stalled and a diagram which shows the approximate place in the barn. 4. If you are an exhibitor who is stalling outside so that THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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you might use fans directly behind your cattle, please let us know. 5. If you are a purchaser of one of the Five Star Camper spots, you will be given a hang tag and you will explain this to the representative from the hOT Fair complex when you stop to pay for your camper spots. FIvE STAR CAMPER ACCOMMODATIONS There are 35 camper spots with water and electricity and grass that are conveniently located in a grassy area in back of and to the side of the swine barn. The TJLA will sell the right to utilize one of those prime spots on a first come/ first serve basis from the office. Each of the 35 prime trailer spots will be assessed a sur-charge of $100.00 per camper spot. This is a one time fee that is paid for the entire length of the show. It is not a daily fee. This does not relieve the person who pays the surcharge of the responsibility to pay the daily rental on camper spaces to the heart O Texas Fair Complex. Everyone wishing to rent a camper space during the Fall Classic must pay the hOT Fair Complex their rental fee. If you wish to purchase a one of the 35 prime spaces, you may pay the $100.00 to the association. This reserves your space. The first day for sending in money for these spaces is May 1, 2010. we will take reservations for those spots from May 1 until they are all filled. There will be still be plenty of other camper spaces available in other parts of the facility; The hOT Fair Complex has more than 300 camper spaces all over the fairgrounds. They are rented from the hOT Fair Complex upon arrival for the show. There will be no reservations for these other spots. They are purchased on a first come/first served basis. Requests for the Five Star Camper spots may be made by sending in the name of the person who wishes to reserve the spot, the number of spots that they wish to reserve and be accompanied by a check for $100.00 per spot reserved. These requests should be mailed to the TJLA, P.O. Box 1088, Crockett, Texas 75835. Credit cards will be accepted. 13Th ANNUAL MISS TJLA PAGEANT 1. There will be three separate age divisions in the Miss TJLA Pageant: Queen, Princess and Sweetheart. Queen contestants must have reached their 15th birthday by September 1, 2010. Seniors that graduate in May of 2010 will be eligible to compete. Princess contestants must be at least 12 years of age but no older than 14 years of age as of September 1, 2010. Sweetheart contestants must be at least 8 years of age but no older than 11 years of age as of September 1, 2010. 2. All contestants must be current members of the TJLA. 3. An entry fee of $100 must be submitted 72 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

along with the contestants’ application. The entry deadline is June 20, 2010. 4. Contest’s entry fee may be sponsored by a business or an organization and will be recognized during the Miss TJLA Pageant. 5. All aspects of the Miss TJLA, TJLA Princess and TJLA Sweetheart Contests are open to the public and public attendance is encouraged. 6. Six judges will independently score each contestant. 7. Each judge’s score will be tallied for each contestant. Pageant officials will then drop the judges’ score that is the highest and the judges’ score that is the lowest. The other four scores will be added together to determine the contestants’ scores in the areas of competition in which they are being evaluated. 8. Depending upon the number of contestants, after the completion of the first round of events, pageant officials have the option of narrowing the contestants to three (3) or five (5) finalists in each division. The finalists will then go on to compete in final interview. 9. Following the pageant, each contestant will be given a packet with all of their score sheets and the individual judges’ comments. 10. Contestants should immediately examine their score sheets and verify their score totals. Once the contestants have been given their score sheets from the judges, they have 30 minutes to notify the pageant director of any discrepancy in the totals so that they may be corrected. 11. In case of a tie in two or more contestants scores, the procedure for resolving this tie shall be: a. The judges will be polled to see if they can come to a consensus on the more capable candidate. b. The two scores which were dropped will be added back to their totals and the six scores shall then be tabulated to get new totals for the contestants that are tied. c. If a tie still exists, the winner shall be determined according to ranking scores within divisions of the pageant competition in this order: 1. Final Interview 2. Preliminary Interview 3. Speech 4. Attire 12. The total possible points that a contestant participating in all aspects of a pageant may score is 4000. (Preliminary Interview- 1000; Speech – 1000; Attire – 1000; and Final Interview – 1,000. 13. The TJLA Queen will be given a $500 college scholarship to be payable upon her registration at the college of her choice once she has completed her reign. 14. Entry forms may be downloaded at www. theshowbox.com or by calling the TJLA offices at 936-544-2787. Divisions of Competition Preliminary Interview – The six judges will each submit a question to ask each contestant. These questions will be designed to find out more about each contestant, her

personality, activities, daily life and future plans. The preliminary interview is scored upon the basis of poise and personal appearance, ability to convey ideas, originality of responses, ability to respond in a timely manner and overall effectiveness. Contestants will be scored from 1-250 by an individual judge. The high score and the low score by the six judges will be discarded and the other four scores will be tallied to determine the contestant’s score on this portion of the contest. Total possible score for each contestant is 1,000 points. Speech Contest – Contestants should prepare a speech which takes between three to five minutes to deliver. Judges will be allowed to ask the contestant’s questions following the delivery of the speech. The topic is of the contestant’s choosing. Contestants will be scored on poise and appearance, delivery, response to questions and overall effectiveness. Contestants will be scored from 1-250 by an individual judge. The high score and the low score by the six judges will be discarded and the other four scores will be tallied to determine the contestant’s score on this portion of the contest. Total possible score for each contestant is 1,000 points. Attire - The attire portion of the contest consists of modeling an attire outfit of the contestant’s choice. Judges will score contestants on poise and appearance, appropriateness of the outfit, style, the manner in which the attire fits the contestant and overall effectiveness. Contestants will be scored from 1-250 by an individual judge. The high score and the low score by the six judges will be discarded and the other four scores will be tallied to determine the contestant’s score on this portion of the contest. Total possible score for each contestant is 1,000 points. Final Interview - Each contestant will submit a official biogeography sheet upon entering the contest. The judges will use this information to ask questions of the contestants. The final interview is scored upon the basis of poise and appearance, ability to convey ideas, originality of responses, ability to respond in a timely manner and overall effectiveness. Contestants will be scored from 1-250 by an individual judge. The high score and the low score by the six judges will be discarded and the other four scores will be tallied to determine the contestant’s score on this portion of the contest. Total possible score for each contestant is 1,000 points. Questions regarding the TJLA Pageant may be addressed by calling the TJLA at 936-5442787, Ext. 106.


First Call

Hunt County Fair First Call These shows will be official TJLA Showmanship

Official TJLA Showmanship Shows Official TJLA Shows ShowsShowmanship in 2008-2009.

shows willlisting be official Showmanship TheThese following is a partial of officialTJLA showmanship shows. There will be 4 more showmanship shows in the lambs, goats, steers and heifers Shows in 2008-2009. and 3 more showmanship shows in swine showmanship in addition to the The following is a partial listing offi cialannounced showmanship onesThe listed. Some isofathose shows haveofnot been following partial listingthat of official showmanship shows.could There be shows. The ofshows theofshows will be announced held earlier in theremainder year than some announced. The will be 4 more showmanship inthose the lambs, goats, steersremainder and later. heifersof There are eight cialhave showmanship shows. Members and 3 more showmanship shows in yet swine showmanship in additioncount to the the offi shows not been determined.

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their on six. Look for that the have May/June onesscores listed. Some of those shows not beenShowbox announcedmagazine could be to see a more complete listing. 27-30, 2008 OFFICIAL held earlierTJLA in the year thanJune some7-8, of those announced.November The remainder of STEER & HEIFERthe showsSuperior have notShowman's yet been determined. 2008 Official TJLA Steer & HeiferSpectacularOffi cial TJLA Lamb TJLA Showmanship Shows SHOWMANSHIP Series Fall Classic Showmanship Shows November 27-30, June 7-8,Texas 2008 Summer OFFICIAL SHOWS TJLA Waco, Texas Baytown, Kick-Off Milam County Weekend Blowout June 19-20, 2010 Menard, 2008Texas STEER & 2008 HEIFER Superior Showman's July 2-6, 2008 May 9-10, May 29-30, 2010 - Cameron, Texas SHOWMANSHIP TJLA Fall Classic Series TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza BeltSpectacular Buckle Bonanza Mother's Day Weekend TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza June 30- July 5, 2010 - Waco, Texas SHOWS Waco, Texas Baytown, Texas OFFICIAL TJLA GOAT Blowout June 30July 5, 2010 - Waco, Texas Waco, Texas July 2-6, 2008 May 9-10, 2008 TJLA Red Raider Classic SHOWMANSHIP August 23, 2008 Rosenberg, Texas TJLA Red Raider Classic July 30-August 1, 2010 -Lubbock, Texas Belt Buckle Bonanza Mother's July 30-August 1, Weekend 2010 -Lubbock,Gillespie Texas SHOWS July 2-6,Day 2008 County Fair CoryellOFFICIAL County Classic TJLA2008 GOAT Waco, Texas Blowout June 15, Swine Futurity Belt Buckle Bonanza Mission River Classic September 24, 2010 - Gatesville, Texas SHOWMANSHIP August 23, 2008 Rosenberg, Texas August 14-15, 2010 - Refugio, Texas Scholarship Fund Fredericksburg, Texas SouthTCLA Waco, Texas Texas SHOWS Series July 2-6, 2008 Gillespie County Fair November 27-30, August 23-24, 2008 Show Texas South Texas Series November 13-14, 2010 - Kingsville, June 15, 2008 Swine Futurity Belt Buckle Bonanza October 22-24, 2010 - Kingsville, Texas 2008 MissionWaco, RiverTexas Classic FallMenard, Classic Texas Scholarship Fund Fredericksburg, Texas TJLATCLA TJLA Fall Classic November 24-28,July 2010 2 - Waco, Texas - 6, 2008 TJLA Fall Classic Refugio, Texas November 27-30, August 23-24, 2008 Show November 24-28, 2010 - Waco, Texas November 27-30, Belt BuckleTexas Bonanza Waco, Texas Official TJLA Goat Showmanship Shows 2008 Menard, Mission River Classic Official TJLA Swine Showmanship Shows 2008 Texas Waco, July 2 Off - 6,Texas 2008 TJLA Fall Classic Refugio, Summer Kick TJLA Buckle June 19-20, 2010 Menard, Texas August 30-31, 2008 OFFICIAL TJLA FallBelt Classic November 27-30,Bonanza Belt- Buckle Bonanza Waco,TJLA TexasLAMB June 30-July 5, 2010 - Waco, Texas SHOWMANSHIPTJLA Belt Buckle Kendall County Waco,2008 Texas Waco, Texas Fair Bonanza San Antonio Classic June 30- July 5, 2010Stock - Waco, Texas SHOWS Show August 30-31, 2008 OFFICIAL TJLA LAMB TJLA Fall Classic July 24, 2010 - San Antonio, Texas Raider Classic June 14, 2008 TJLA RedKendall SHOWMANSHIP Boerne, Texas County Fair Waco, Texas TJLA Red Raider Classic July 30-August 1, 2010 -Lubbock, Texas SHOWS Stock Show November 27-30, TJLA Summer Kick-Off JulyOFFICIAL 30- August 1, 2010 - Lubbock, Texas Classic June 14,Texas 2008 Coryell County Boerne, Texas 2008 SWINE Menard, Plano Rewarding Rings Roundup September 24, 2010 - Gatesville, Texas November 27-30, OFFICIAL TJLA Summer Kick-Off July 2-6, 2008 SHOWMANSHIP TJLA Fall Classic October 24, 2010 -Mckinney, Texas South Texas Series 2008 SWINE Menard, Texas SHOWS Waco, Texas Belt Buckle Bonaza South Texas Series November 13-14, 2010 - Kingsville, Texas July 2-6, 2008 SHOWMANSHIP TJLA Fall Classic November 13-14, 2010 - Kingsville, Texas May 24, 2008 Waco, Texas TJLA Fall Waco, ClassicTexas SHOWS Belt Buckle Bonaza August 30-31, 2008 24-28, 2010 Washington County November - Waco, Texas May 24, 2008 Waco, Texas Kendall County Fair Prospect Pig Show August 30-31, 2008 Washington County Boerne, Texas Brenham,. Texas Prospect Pig Show Brenham,. Texas

Kendall County Fair Boerne, Texas

TCCA Heifer Shows 4 Shows - 1 Day Friday, June 18, 2010

Hunt County Fairgrounds FM 1570 Greenville, Texas Entry Fees: All Rings $20 Late Fee: $10 per exhibitor if not postmarked by 6-10-10 Prizes Rings A & B Points Only Rings C & D 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. - Check in for all shows 9:00 a.m. - Show A starts Mail entries to: HCJLA P. O. Box 1095 Greenville, Texas 75403 For more information call 903-454-6674

Burleson County 4-H Goat Club Showcase Sponsored by

The Burleson County 4-H Goat Club TCMGA Sanctioned - TWO SETS OF POINTS!!!

Saturday, July 10th Burleson County Fairgrounds Caldwell, Texas

Schedule:

8:30 a.m. - Weight cards due 9:00 a.m. - Showmanship (peewee, junior, intermediate, and senior) 9:30 a.m. Ring A - (50% Cash payback, 60% if over 100 head) Judge: Colt Sharpton Break - Door prizes will be announced Ring B - points only! Judge: Billy Zanolini Rules: 4lb. weigh back, does and wethers show together; no minimum/maximum weight; no tooth rule and all TJLA Rules will be enforced. Must show in Ring A in order to show in Ring B. Entry fees: Ring A $20/head • Ring B $10/head Directions: The Burleson County Fairgrounds are located on Hwy. 36 South. Look for the signs! NOTE: There will be limited electricity so bring generators. A concession stand will be available throughout the show. Mail entries to: Burleson County 4-H Goat Club c/o Mary Cass 501 Pin Oak Caldwell, TX 77836 Contact: Mary Cass, 979-324-3837 or Email: mary-cass@tamu.edu THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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Crockett-Kimble Connection Club Lamb Sale June 19, 2010 • 1:30 p.m. Hill Country Fair Association Complex Junction, Texas Selling 50 -75 Head Finewool and Finewool Crosses

Consignors: Fred Chandler Mark Tillman 325-392-3583 Home 325-446-3587 Home 325-226-1814 Cell 210-216-6754 Cell TLBA Members

Champion Finewool 2010 Ft. Worth Stock Show Ty Malechek Breeder: Fred Chandler

Reserve Champion Finewool 2010 San Antonio Stock Show Ty Malechek Breeder: Fred Chandler

TY N U O C B LAM CLASSIC

Auctioneer: Charlie Jones

Champion Finewool 2010 San Angelo Stock Show Stran Stultz Breeder: Fred Chandler

Sponsored by Lamb County 4-H TCCA, TCLA, & JMGSC Sanctioned

SHOW SCHEDULE

For motels and local information call Connie at the Kimble County Chamber of Commerce & Junction Tourism 1-800-KIMBLE-4 or on the web at www. junctiontexas.net

Reserve Champion Finewool 2010 San Angelo Stock Show Allie Black Breeder: Fred Chandler

Steers • Heifers • Lambs • Meat Goats Date: July 8th - 10th Ag Center - Littlefield, TX

THURSDAY, JULY 8TH 12:00 p.m. Barns open for all livestock FRIDAY, JULY 9TH 9:00 a.m. - Arrival deadline steers and heifers 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Heifer check-in (check tattoo’s and papers) 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. - Steer weigh-in and classifying 3:00 p.m. - Heifer show followed by the progress steer show followed by prospect steer show - you have to be in Friday's show to be in the Saturday show. Friday show is points only. $10 entry fee SATURDAY, JULY 10TH 8:00 a.m. - Heifer show followed by the progress steer show followed by the prospect steer show – buckle / money show, followed by showmanship. All classes will be exactly the same as Friday’s show. 10:00 a.m. - Arrival and weight cards due for goats. 11:00 a.m. – Arrival and weight cards due for both lamb shows. 11:00 a.m. - Goat show, followed by sanctioned goat showmanship followed by 1st lamb show, followed by showmanship, followed by 2nd lamb show. Same Format this year. All shows on Friday and Saturday: Friday's cattle show is points only - Blow and Show, $10 entry fee. Saturday's show is the buckle and money show, $40 entry fee, fitted show. Classes will be exactly the same for both steer and heifer shows on Friday and Saturday. You must be in both shows. Must be in the 1st lamb show to compete in the 2nd lamb show for points. $25.00 entry fee 1st lamb show, 10.00 entry fee for 2nd lamb show. 5 lb weigh back for 1st lamb show. MOTEL HEADQUARTERS: Best Western Inn and Suites 806-385-3400 RULES: • Heifer ages July 1, 2008 & younger. GUARANTEE: • No Porta-Coolers allowed under covered shed • Heifers must have same percentages Grand Prospect Steer $1000 • No shavings allowed on grass area as those allowed in Houston Livestock Grand Progress Steer $150 • No water hoses allowed on grass area Show per TCCA rule #4. Grand Heifer $500 • No false hair and no paint above the hock • No painting of animals allowed Grand Lamb $500 THESE RULES WILL BE ENFORCED. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! in Ag Center Show Arena Grand Goat $250 Entry deadline July 5th • 25 Breed Heifer format Buckles for all Grand & Reserve Grand Champions! $10 late fee after deadline per animal, cash only • 16 Breed Steer format Buckles for all Breed Champions in Payback Fees: $50 per head steer/heifer • Ewe lambs are eligible to show Prospect Steers, Heifers, Lambs. 60% of $25 per head lamb, $20 per head goat • Progress Steers 901 lbs. and above MAIL ENTRIES TO: Lamb County Classic Class $$ $10 Showmanship fee for all non-sanctioned shows • Prospect Steers 900 lbs. and below P.O. Box 666, Littlefield, TX 79339 JUDGES: Stalls are pre-assigned on a Friday Heifer and Steer Judge – TBA first pay basis - LIMITED TIE SPACE Saturday Heifer and Steer Judge – TBA FOR MORE INFORMATION: Saturday Goats – Aaron Jennings Cary Hanlin 806/385-7339 Shayla Kloiber 806/549-0990 Saturday Lambs 1st show –Aaron Jennings email: lambcc@gmx.com Saturday Lambs point only – Colton Long 74 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

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Fritz Southdowns www.fritzsouthdowns.com

Lambs Available Now Private Treaty At the Ranch

Sanders Show Lambs

Show Goats Dorper Show Lambs

&

For Sale:

Private Treaty at the ranch

GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Reserve Champion Southdown 2010 San Antonio Stock Show Sterling Scott

Kevin or Susan Fritz Champion Southdown 2010 Fort Worth Stock Show Hayden Brown

home 830-997-8611 work 830-997-7643

Call for appointment Roger and Peggy Terry & Amy Sanders Kitchens 325-985-3624 325-938-5330 cell 325-451-7304 325-647-8085

Mullin, Texas 76864 “We Give You an Edge”

Ballinger, Texas Offering approximately 150 spring lambs private treaty beginning June 1st Top set of lambs available at Ballinger Club Lamb Sale June 6th @ 2:00 p.m. Ballinger Community Center Contact: Doug or Michelle Little (325)669-3699 • (325)895-1002 littlelambs2010@yahoo.com “LOOKING FOR A DEAL—HERE IT IS”

K-9 Sharpening

• Professional Sharpening All Types of Clipper Blades • Clipper Blade Parts • Clipper Repair •Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Specializing in: • Andis & Oster Blades • Lister Stablemate Blades • Stewart & Heiniger Blades

RANDY LAIR

206 E. Rainey, Weatherford, Oklahoma 73096 (580) 445-5126 or (580) 774-2862 Sales and Service on all clipper models. We ship UPS daily.

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Proven Genetics Lead to Consistent Winners

Billy Reagor 325-392-2564 Home 325-226-5433 Cell bhreagor@verizon.net

All Lambs Sold at Private Treaty - Ozona, Texas. Early lambs will sell around June 1st. Late lambs will sell around August 1st.

Member of TLBA

Call for an appointment. Many other Champions and Reserves - Sandhills, Ft. Worth, Kerrville

Champion Finewool 2008 Houston Livestock Show Murphey Black

Champion Finewool 2009 Houston Livestock Show Chelsea Little

Reserve Grand Champion Lamb 2010 San Antonio Stock Show Murphey Black

TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY

Meat Judging, Meat Goat, Swine and Dairy Summer Workshop Schedule

Meat Judging Camp

Date: July 22 - 23 Location: Tarleton Agricultural Center Cost: $100/person--Complimentary to AST if they have 4 or more campers Instructors: Dr. Jason Sawyer, Dr. Randy Harp, and Leslie Garcia Limited to 30 campers

Show Swine Workshop

Meat Goat Workshop

Date: June 22-23 Location: Tarleton Agricultural Center Cost: $40.00/person Alan Morgan will conduct this workshop. This will be a hands-on workshop covering the selection, feeding, fitting, and showing of meat goats.

Dairy Cattle Judging

Date: June 24 -25 Location: Tarleton Agricultural Center Cost: $40/person Instructors: Brad Bevel, Cody McCleery, Kevin Thomas, and Dr. Randy Harp

Date: June 28 Location: Tarleton Agricultural Center Cost: $20/person Instructors: Dr. Barry Lambert and Ron Woolley

Mail registration forms to:

All workshops will have coffee, soft drinks, break snacks, and one day’s lunch provided.

Dr. David Drueckhammer P.O. Box T-0040 e-mail: drueckh@tarleton.edu Stephenville, TX 76402 254-968-9200

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Host Hotel:

La Quinta Inns & Suites 254-918-2444

Open to Parents and Youth


Ross and Hayley Wedelich

In Loving Memory of our Children: Ross and Hayley ROSS MICHAEL WEDELICH, born July 15, 1993, age 16 and his sister, HAYLEY MICHELLE WEDELICH, born July 27, 1994, age 15, passed away on February 17, 2010. Ross and Hayley were together when they met their untimely death in a tragic automobile accident on I-10 while traveling to the San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo to show their steer in the Junior Market Steer Competition. Ross and Hayley are survived by their parents, Richard and Juliana Wedelich and their sister, Morgan Mathias; brother in-law, John; nephew, Logan Michael; grandparents, Sonny and Suzanne Fisher of Richmond, Texas & Henry and Dorothea Wedelich of Houston, Texas, and many family members and friends.

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Simple but Brilliant and full of truths! Enjoy! Will Rogers, who died in a 1935 plane crash with his best friend, Wylie Post, was probably the greatest political sage this country ever has known.

Enjoy the following: 1. Never slap a man who's chewing tobacco. 2. Never kick a cow chip on a hot day. 3.. There are two theories to arguing with a woman . . Neither works. 4. Never miss a good chance to shut up. 5. Always drink upstream from the herd. 6. If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. 7. The quickest way to double your money is to fold it and put it back into your pocket. 8. There are three kinds of men: The ones that learn by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence and find out for themselves. 9. Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. 10. If you're riding' ahead of the herd, take a look back every now and then to make sure it's still there 11. Lettin' the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier'n puttin' it back. 12. After eating an entire bull, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The moral: When you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut.

ABOUT GROWING OLDER...

First ~ Eventually you will reach a point when you stop lying about your age and start bragging about it. Second ~ The older we get, the fewer things seem worth waiting in line for. Third ~ Some people try to turn back their odometers. Not me; I want people to know 'why' I look this way. I've traveled a long way, and some of the roads weren't paved. Fourth ~ When you are dissatisfied and would like to go back to youth, think of Algebra. Fifth ~ You know you are getting old when everything either dries up or leaks. Sixth ~ I don't know how I got over the hill without getting to the top. Seventh ~ One of the many things no one tells you about aging is that it is such a nice change from being young. Eighth ~ One must wait until evening to see how splendid the day has been. Ninth ~ Being young is beautiful, but being old is comfortable. Tenth ~ Long ago, when men cursed and beat the ground with sticks, it was called witchcraft. Today it's called golf. And, finally ~ If you don't learn to laugh at trouble, you won't have anything to laugh at when you are old. 78 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX


La Copa Ranch

Meat Goats

T Robinson

ok goat

Our Border Boars, Harbour and Hudson-bred does started kidding late March and will continue into June. •Sires are Border Boars, Raff and Schafer bred. •Wethers have had all shots, are disbudded, castrated, and pre-priced for sale on June 1 – firstcome, first-served. Please call in advance.

  Sunday, June 6, 2010 2:00 p.m. Ballinger Community Center Ballinger, Texas

Offering a Select Set of Southdowns, Crosses, and Wether Goats  Gibbs/Byler Southdowns Greg W Schwertner Crosses Robinson Southdowns Lowell Freeman Crosses Flanagan Southdowns Doug Little Crosses Cecil Book Show Goats

"Your Central Texas Connection for quality show wethers at affordable prices."

Grand Champion Goat 2009 Arkansas State Fair

Larry and Priscilla Jackson

Champion Southdown 2009 State Fair of Texas

lacopaventures@gmail.com

 Marty Gibbs 325-365-1493 Cecil Book 325-895-1300

phone: 512-635-0573 email:

Buel Clark

Show Lambs

Friday June 18 2010

F I N E 4:00 P.M. W Menard, TX O O Located at the L Buel Clark Ranch On Hwy. 190 S 6 Miles East of Menard Finewools Finewool Cross Lambs Also Offering Yearling Ewes

& C R O S S E S

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 April, May, and June Kids

View pictures of kids at www.mcinniscattle.com

12 miles North of Brownwood, Texas on Hwy. 183

6th Place, Class 4 2010 Houston Livestock Show

8th Place, Class 4 2010 Houston Livestock Show

325-647-4159 Cell 325-646-4134 Home

8th Place, Class 9 2010 San Antonio Stock Show

3rd Annual Maroon and White Goat SALE Sunday, July 25, 2010 2:00 p.m.

Brazos County Expo Complex 5827 Leonard Road • Bryan, Texas Offering 60 - 75 Wethers Begin viewing at 11:00 a.m Auctioneer: Charlie Jones Lic # 6066 Consignors: Chandler Show Goats Walter McAlister Dub Johnson Evans Livestock Sundodger Goat Co. Kenny Peck/Jeff Ripley Zimmerman and Morehead 80 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

Eric Zimmerman 979-731-8959 Home 979-777-8575 Cell Dusty Tittle 979-567-3117 Home 979-739-4605 Cell


            July 10, 2010 Saturday,

11th Annual

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11:00 a.m. George West, Texas 1/2 mile South of I-37, Hwy 59 intersection

Goats available for viewing Friday afternoon. Lunch served immediately following sale.

We will also have a few quality lambs: OUR 2ND SALE Ricky Haws - Medium Wool SAME TIME - SAME PLACE 361-815-3125 AUGUST 28, 2010 Ross Stultz - Finewool Cross David Wolfe 830-879-2525

Glyn and Robbin Hutto Mickey and Dustin Vick 325-853-2717 Home 325-656-6550 Mickey 325-277-8622 Cell 325-234-5834 Dustin

Terry and Stewart Lee 361-449-7915 Terry 361-449-7841 Stewart

361-449-7915 Sale Day Phone

Where brands Have Shown For Over A century. Show your brand in 2010.

For show notes & deadlines visit www.bigtex.com

StAte FAIr OF teXAS 2010

S e p t e m b e r 2 4 t h – O c tO b e r 1 7 t h 214-421-8723 • Fax: 214-421-8792 www.bigtex.com • livestock@bigtex.com

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Cow Palace Jr. Grand National Daly City, California

Supreme Champion Mkt. Hog Jarret Otten

Reserve Supreme Champion Mkt. Hog Mariesa Cramer

Reserve Champion 4-H Mkt. Hog Maylie McLintyre

Reserve Champion FFA Mkt. Hog Matt Bradshaw

Champion 4-H Hampshire Light Mkt. Hog Andrea Thomas

Res. Champion 4-H Hampshire Light Mkt. Hog Artie Serna

Champion FFA AOB Middle Mkt. Hog Ashley Pfyl

Res. Champion FFA AOB Middle Mkt. Hog Alyssa Sankey

Champion 4-H Cross Middle Mkt. Hog Amanda Thomas

Res. Champion 4-H Cross Middle Mkt. Hog David Heim

Champion FFA Cross Light Mkt. Hog Darrah Shively

Res. Champion FFA Cross Light Mkt. Hog Lindsay Tasos

Champion 4-H Yorkshire Mkt. Hog Bailee Stewart

Res. Champion 4-H Yorkshire Mkt. Hog J.D. Ferrero

Res. Champion 4-H Yorkshire Light Mkt. Hog Liz Pickens

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Cow Palace Jr. Grand National Daly City, California

Champion FFA Yorkshire Mkt. Hog Hunter Scroggins

Champion FFA Yorkshire Light Mkt. Hog William Bailey

Res. Champion FFA Yorkshire Middle Mkt. Hog William Bailey

Champion 4-H Cross Mkt. Hog Bailee Stewart

Champion FFA Cross Mkt. Hog Matt Conant

Supreme Champion Breeding Gilt Laurel Hanson

Res. Supreme Champion Breeding Gilt Justin Terry

Champion FFA Yorkshire Breeding Gilt Kendall Vierra

Res. Champion FFA Yorkshire Breeding Gilt Kyle Brem

Champion 4-H Landrace Breeding Gilt Travis Lehfeldt

Res. Champion FFA Landrace Breeding Gilt William Bailey

Champion FFA Cross Grade Breeding Gilt Kyle Brem

Res. Champion FFA Cross Grade Breeding Gilt Maddie Kiser

Res. Champion 4-H Hampshire Breeding Gilt Caleb Johnson

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2009-2010 Patches order below are in addition to to the patches that you earn from your jacket. Orders Received and Paid for by May 15th will be delivered at the Awards Banquets in July at a cost of $20.00 per patch. There will be a second order placed at a later date at $25.00 per patch.

MAIL ORDERS TO: Mary Jane Walker, P.O. Box 603 Crockett, Texas 75835

FAQ: What is AWARDED on your jacket? The jacket comes with the TJLA emblem patch on the back plus any patches you earned in the Top Ten in a breed., Top Ten in showmanship or Top Ten in All Around. For Questions: Mary Jane Walker 936-544-2787 • Fax Orders to: 936-544-3549 (Fax) maryjane@theshowbox.com

Exhibitor’s Name: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Parent’s Name_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Address/ City/St/ Zip: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Phone: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Email:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ PATCH ORDER FORM 2009-2010 Region Patches (fill in blanks below) ___2009-2010 Region Patch (Fill in all blanks) ___Winner, Region #___, Division: Jr., Int. or Sr. (circle one) Species: Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Pig, Goat (circle one) ___Second, Region #___, Division: Jr., Int. or Sr. (circle one) Species: Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Pig, Goat (circle one) ___Third, Region#___, Division: Jr., Int. or Sr. (circle one) Species: Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Pig, Goat (circle one) ___2009-2010 Miss TJLA Queen, 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner Up (circle one) ___2009-2010 TJLA Miss Congeniality, Queen’s, Princess, Sweetheart (circle one) ___2009-2010 Miss TJLA Princess, 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner Up (circle one) ___2009-2010 Miss TJLA Sweatheart, 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner Up (circle one) 2009 ____ ____ ____

Belt Buckle Bonanza Grand Champion (Choose: Steer, Heifer, Pig, Lamb, or Goat) Breed if applicable: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Breed Champion (Choose: Steer, Heifer, Pig, Lamb, or Goat) Breed if applicable: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Showmanship Champion (PW, JR. Int. or Sr.) circle one; Species: Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Pig, Goat (circle one)

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Fall Classic Grand Champion (Choose: Steer, Heifer, Pig, Lamb, or Goat) Breed if applicable: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Breed Champion (Choose: Steer, Heifer, Pig, Lamb, or Goat) Breed if applicable: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Showmanship Champion (PW, JR. Int. or Sr.) circle one; Species: Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Pig, Goat (circle one)

____ Custom Patch – Please limit to 35-40 letters, must fit on 4 or fewer lines Some suggestions for custom patches: Major show division champions and class winners, County Fair Grand or Reserves; Other showmanship winners, Other breed association affiliated winners. Wording: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (attach another sheet if needed) ____ TOTAL NUMBER OF PATCHES @ $20 each = $_______ Patches ordered after May 8, 2010 will be $25 per patch and will be delivered at a later date •Payment by check must accompany this form, made payable to TJLA and reach the address above no later than May 8, 2010 to receive order at the Awards Banquets in July OR… •Orders may be faxed to 936-544-3549 with credit card information, also by May 8, 2010. Name on card: ________________________ Card Number: _______________________ Zip Code on card ________ Expiration Date: ___________ Signature of Cardholder: _________________________________________________


New Braunfels River Round Up Region 5 June 19, 2010

Comal County Fairgrounds • 701 Common Street • New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Sponsored by Coopers BBQ, Lone Star Silversmiths, and New Braunfels FFA Booster Club

Schedule:

Friday, June 18 9:00 a.m. - Barns Open 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Weigh In Saturday, June 19 6:30 - 8:00 a.m. - Weigh In 8:30 a.m. - Jackpot Showmanship 10:00 a.m. - Progress Steers, followed by Prospect

Entry Fees and Awards:

Ring A - $35, Ring B - $20 Ring A - Buckles to all Breed Champions (prospect only) Awards to Reserve Breed Champions and Overall Grand and Reserve Champions Ring B - Points Only

Judges: Ring A: Bart Stover-Ponder, TX Ring B: Juan Flores, Hebronville, TX

Progress steers will show as American, British, and European Crosses. Progress Steers - 850 and Above Prospect Steers - 849 and Below Barn space and electricity limited. Tents and generators welcome. Limited RV hook ups at $35 per day.

Concession stand will be available • Ice-Drinks-Burgers & More

Mail entries to:

New Braunfels FFA Booster Club 1604 Hueco Springs Lp New Braunfels, TX 78132

Darryl Nowotny

To Austin

830-708-5613

David Waldrip 210-889-8372

IH 35

Les Broyles

Common Street

830-708-4796

Coopers BBQ Fair Grounds

Grant Street

Hwy 46

To Seguin

To San Antonio

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The brand that’s gettin’ HOT! Angus

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The Earlier you join the more Bonus points You Receive. Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________ Phone:_______________________________ City: ________________________________________________ State: __________ Zip: ________________ Email Address: ________________________________________

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County in which you reside____________________________ Grade as of 9/1/10 ______________ Breed declaration for participation points: _______________________________________________ I wish to participate in the following . . . (check the division that you will compete in) _____ TCLA Lamb Division _____ TCCA Steer Division _____ TCCA Heifer Division _____ TCMGA Goat Division _____ TCPA Pig Division _____ Associate Member Total No. of Divisions __________

Fees - Please enclose a check for: One Divison: $65.00 Two Divisons: $95.00 Three Divisions: $125.00 Four Divisions: $145.00 Five Divisions: $165.00 Six Divisions: $185.00 Total Amount Enclosed $ ___________________

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Your TJLA Membership Includes all these things: • Free Tuition to CAMP • Subscription to The Showbox Magazine (includes $12.00 Subscription)

• Reduced Entry Fees at the Bonanza and Fall Classic • Training in leadership, showmanship, feeding, grooming, and animal care available • Earn Points at TJLA sanctioned shows towards the State Awards Program • Earn Points at TJLA sanctioned shows towards the Regional Awards Program • Plus many other benefits to membership

Next Year’s Jacket Size: (circle one) Youth Sizes YS YM YL (circle one) Adult Sizes S M L XL XXL XXXL

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Our best matings from some of the best cows in the business! Several sibs to past major winners & recent sale toppers

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By Cherie Rash Carrabba For my sixteenth birthday, I was given a much anticipated string of cultured pearls. They were dainty, and had a double gold clasp with a small diamond in the center. That string of pearls represented my assent. I went from being a girl to being a young woman when I was given those pearls. They were the epitome of “having arrived” for a teenage girl of that day and age. Today, if a teenage girl were given that same string of pearls she would laugh and throw rocks! Demure jewelry is definitely not in vogue. All you can see when you look at today’s jewelry is bling, bling! Crystals, sequins, beads, and all manner of everything (and I do mean everything) can be seen hanging around the necks and arms and fingers of all teenagers and many women everywhere I go. Now, don’t get me wrong. I am certainly not opposed to bling. My son can tell you that I have never been a shrinking wallflower. There was a day when many people thought that my jewelry was over the top. They had no idea what was coming.

I think that BLING was invented at livestock shows or rodeos. Do you remember the song Rhinestone Cowboy? That song and other things influenced an entire generation of livestock exhibitors. When Randy and Ryan were showing steers, I had a gold cut out steer which I wore on a single gold chain around my neck. The length of that steer might have been an inch. Today, you can find lambs, goats, pigs, steers and heifers that are five to seven inches in diameter outlined in sequins hanging from the necks of most junior exhibitors. A few years ago, my generation wore gold or silver. Now, you can wear tourquoise, jade, onyx, corral, or any number of beads in combination with crosses, animal cutouts, sayings and names spelled in cursive and written so that there is no doubt that the girl wearing the necklace name is named Loren or her boyfriend’s name is Loren. Knowing the person’s first name always helps. It is fairly embarrassing to say hello Chris! as someone walks by only to learn that you were not talking to Chris; Chris is the boyfriend. I love pretty jewelry. Some of my favorite pieces are Southwestern. A friend of mine in Crockett has some of the most fabulous “Bling” you have ever laid your eyes on, but it is one of a kind stuff. It is something that no one else has. Today, I can look around the bleachers at a livestock show, and I can see sparkle all through the bleachers. I sometimes see 10 versions of the same necklace. I love “Bling,” but I do not want to see 10 versions of my necklace staring at me. I told that to someone at the office the other day, and they told me that I was jealous because so many of these girls have such beautiful, thin necks. “I am not jealous of their necks! I can’t even see their necks. All I can see is necklace. The neck is no where to be seen! “Well, you know, they have these very slender necks, and women over a certain age usually don’t have that.” “Are you telling me that women my age have the neck of a turkey gobbler?” I asked indignantly. “No, of course not, my former employee said. It is just that teenagers look so good in bling.” “Let me tell you something, turkey,” I said. “Everyone can look good in Bling if they have the good sense to pick the right bling.” And that is the truth because Bling has spread all over the country. You can see it photographed in magazines ranging from The National Enquirer to Vanity Fair. To say it is fashionable is an understatement. I am currently in Los Angeles California. I am staying at a hotel across from the Beverly Center, a large shop-

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ping mall in Beverly Hills. In my opinion the Beverly Center was designed by someone with a severe psychological disorder. Its design makes no sense. From my hotel, you can see Macy’s. Well that is not totally true. As I learned today, you can see the Men’s store at Macy’s.

I immediately made my way to an elevator bank, which had 16 people staring at the ascent and descent of four elevators. When the first elevator opened, I thought I was back in the sixties when people tried to pile as many people as they could into a Volkswagon. This immense horde of people left the elevator. I, along with 15 others began jostling for space, jumped into the ascending elevator. To my surprise, none of them were headed to the shops on the sixth floor. All of them were headed to floors two, three, four and five which serve as a parking garage. I noted that none of them had on attractive jewelry. When the elevator bell rang at floor six, I emerged to find hundreds of stores, typical of a big city mall. Signs on the wall showed arrows pointing in the direction of Macy’s, so I followed them. When I finally entered a large department store, I found that I was in Bloomingdales, and guess what, they had Bing for sale all over the place. I saw clear crystal balls, spheres, triangles and squares hanging from every device known to man. There were pink versions of the above along with BLING in every variety. None of it weighed less than six pounds, and I swear that the matching earrings made my earlobes dip toward my shoulders. “How do you like?” asked my saleswoman, a person of undeterminable origin with a thick accent. “The earrings are too heavy,” I replied. “They make my ears droop.” “No, no,” the commission based employee replied. “That is the new look…. see,” she showed me a photo of a woman who reminded me of Pluto, the cartoon character. “That may be the look in LA, but that is definitely NOT the look in Texas,” I said. “I have no desire to look like Pluto.” “You from Texas?” she asked. “Texas is a big place; big state, big hair, big jewelry.”

I needed to buy foundation, so I walked across the street to what I thought was Macy’s. As I walked across the street, a fellow jay walker told me she “loved my necklace.” The necklace was one that I purchased from a commercial exhibitor at the Bonanza a few years back. As we reached the curb, with cars screeching all around us, she looked at me and said, “Did you buy that at Bloomingdale’s?” “No,” I said. “I bought it at the Bonanza.” “Is that store in the Beverly Center?” my new acquaintance asked. At this point in time, I had to decide to fish, or cut bait, so I just said, “No, it is in Texas.” “Texas?” she asked like the Lone Star State was a foreign country. “Texas,” I replied. “You need to visit sometime; we have great jewelry!” I then confidently swung open the door to Macy’s and asked where I could find makeup. “This is the men’s store,” a clerk replied. “Take the elevator to six, exit and you will see signs that will lead you to Macy’s”

“Yes, I am from Texas,” I answered, “and we like big, but big earlobes are not fashionable these days.” “You just don’t know fashion,” she replied in a huff. “I probably don’t,” I said, “but you need to remember that Texans invented BLING!” “Bling? Bling?” my befuddled salesperson said. “What is this bling?” “Come to Texas. We will show you.”

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LJLA-HEIFER-STEER-BULL Tangipahoa Parish Cattlemen’s Assn. Lorida Parish Arena, Amite Contact: Amanda Sharp, 113 W. Oak St., Amite, LA 70422; 985-969-5160

Thank You to The Following Breeders for their Generous Contribution to the LJLA No youth organization exists without the support of breeders and parents. We would like to thank fhese donors for their support of the new Louisiana Livestock Association.

R&R Cattle Company Richard Greer Ron Springer Keithville, Louisiana Heritage Cattle Company Jud Cullers and Family Hungerford, Texas

LJLA Point Standings

Steer Dillon Naquin, Thibodaux Faith Guice, Dounsville Kagen Midkiff, Pitkin Kristen Midkiff, Pitkin Baylee Bourgue, Lake Charles Trace Gaspard, Estherwood Lillian Gaspard, Estherwood

110 110 95 95 50 50 50

Brahman Heifer Morgan Sharp, Annite Kylie Sharp, Annite Brooklyn Gates, Marion Hannah Barrilleaux, Saint Gabriel Jared Barrilleaux, Saint Gabriel Jacie Kennison, Prairieville

160 155 155 110 105 105

American Influence Purebred Heifer Ann Katherine Clark, Duson 165 Darrell McLemore Jr., Ringgold 110 William Cherry Jr., Rodessa 50 Lakeyn Fontenot,Lake Charles 50 Lauren Fontenot,Lake Charles 50 British Influence Purebred Heifer Ann Katherine Clark, Duson Josh Scott, Loranger Jacob Chicolo, Deviile Sawyer Sloan, Shreveport Faith Guice, Dounsville Trace Gaspard, Estherwood Lillian Gaspard, Estherwood Destiny Jones, Dubach

170 165 110 100 60 50 50 50

Continental Influence Purebred Heifer Faith Guice, Dounsville 165 Bennett Naquin, Thibodaux 110 Baylee Bourgue, Lake Charles 50 Commercial Heifer Dillon Naquin, Thibodaux Kristin Midkiff, Pitkin Kagen Midkiff, Pitkin LeAnna Lewis, Calhoun

110 105 100 50

American Influence Purebred Bull Katelin Cooper, Duson Darrell McLemore Jr., Ringgold Adam Barrilleaux, Saint Gabriel Kylie Sharp, Annite Morgan Sharp, Annite

200 160 110 105 100

British Influence Purebred Bull Josh Scott, Loranger Kristin Midkiff, Pitkin Destiny Jones, Dubach

110 95 50

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Grand Champion Steer Kristin Russsell

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Jacob Barry

Grand Champion Hog Brilee Baccigalopi

Reserve Grand Champion Hog Colby Oliver

Grand Champion Lamb Matthew Greene

Reserve Grand Champion Lamb Logan Goutierrez

Grand Champion Goat Hunter harval

Reserve Grand Champion Goat Justin Miller

Supreme Champion Heifer 1st Split Kimberly Rodriguez

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Champion Comm. Brahman Inf. Heifer Devin Wicke

Reserve Champion Comm. Brahman Inf. Heifer Shay Lebouf

Champion Simbrah Heifer Blake Schulty

Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer Lance Martin

Champion Red Brangus Heifer Allison Deshotel

Reserve Champion Red Brangus Heifer Kaylyn Leblanc

Champion Brangus Heifer Tobie Garrett

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer Clint Faul

Champion Grey Brahman Heifer Sara Cook

Reserve Champion Grey Brahman Heifer Ashley Nettles

Champion Red Brahman Heifer Amie Ferguson

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Champion Braford Heifer Austin Premeaux

Reserve Champion Braford Heifer Lance Beard

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer Claire Jones

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer Abby Breeden

Champion Braford Base Heifer Taylor Hess

Reserve Champion Braford Base Heifer Brant Little

Champion AOB Brahman Inf. Heifer Antoine Artigue III

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer

Champion Hereford Heifer Bailey Mac

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer Cameron Fontenot

Champion Angus Heifer Cheyene Jones

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer Kimberly Rodriguez

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Champion Shorthorn Heifer Conner Galley

Champion Charolais Heifer Blair Bennett

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer Morgan Talbot

Champion Simmental Heifer Marybeth Anderson

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer Kimberly Rodiguez

Champion Comm. Non Brahman Inf. Heifer Conner Galley

Res. Champion Comm. Non Brahman Inf. Heifer Madison Lockney

Champion Limousin Heifer Amber Shamise

Res. Champion AOB Non Brahman Inf. Heifer Faith Guice

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Louisiana Bred Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Grand Champion Steer Alex Sotile

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Jeanne Rabalais

Grand Champion Hog Brilee Baccigalopie

Reserve Grand Champion Hog Dylan Hebert

Grand Champion Lamb Matthew Greene

Reserve Grand Champion Lamb Logan Goutierrez

Grand Champion Goat Abbie Delcambre

Reserve Grand Champion Goat Annie Simoneaux

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

LSU Livestock Show Louisiana Bred Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Champion Red Brangus Heifer Kaylynn Leblanc

Reserve Champion Red Brangus Heifer Kaylynn Leblanc

Champion Brangus Heifer Tobie Garrett

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer Jaron Theriot

Champion Grey Brahman Heifer Sara Cook

Reserve Champion Grey Brahman Heifer Sara Cook

Champion Simbrah Heifer Lance Martin

Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer Lance Martin

Champion Braford Base Heifer Taylor Hess

Reserve Champion Braford Base Heifer Brant Little

Champion Braford Heifer Austin Premeaux

Reserve Champion Braford Heifer Lance Beard

Champion Hereford Heifer Cameron Fontenot

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer Emma Bardy

Champion Angus Heifer Cheyenne Jones

Reserv Champion Angus Heifer Kimberly Rodriguez

Champion Simmental Heifer Marybeth Anderson

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer Kimberly Rodriguez

Champion Charolais Heifer Blair Bennett

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer Morgan Talbot

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LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

A Season of Change and Opportunity

continued

The next challenge on the horizon is the All-Region Awards program. We do not, at this time, have a sponsor for the All-Region Awards. I had desperately hoped to expand the All-Region Awards program back to the original 10 regions for 2010-2011. A parent from the Rio Grande Valley, a area that was especially hard hit, by the reduction of regions, suggested that we try to get 10 sponsors at $1000.00 each for the All-Region Awards program. There are several benefits to being an All-Region Award sponsor, and if anyone is interested, I will be happy to discuss it with them. I will be happy to discuss any aspect of the awards program with anyone. On that note, I want to say that we welcome your reaction to all aspects of the TJLA. If we are doing something wrong, we want to hear it. If you think

that we are doing something right, it would certainly make our day to hear that too. I attended a Rotary meeting not too long ago where the speaker talked about the importance of interaction with the membership. I publish my email address in each issue of The Showbox, and I think that people who have emailed me will tell you that barring a computer glitch, an overloaded mailbox, or problems with my email, I usually respond. It may take a few days, but I will respond. We are in the process of updating and utilizing our Blog on www.theshowbox.com. I want to know what subjects interest you. It’s spring, but summer is coming, and summer offers its own opportunities and challenges. Let’s meet them head on!

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Grand Champion Steer Bailey Buck

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Kaylen McCary

Bronze Medallion Steer Garrett Sharp

Grand Champion Barrow Brianna Robinson

Reserve Grand Champion Barrow Kyle Wheatley

Bronze Medallion Barrow Cheyenne Gaff

Grand Champion Lamb Tyler Rhoads 126 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX


THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Reserve Grand Champion Lamb Chelsea Head

Bronze Medallion Lamb Holly Hurlimann

Grand Champion Goat Chance Greenroyd

Reserve Grand Champion Goat Mercedes Hardin

Bronze Medallion Goat Lora Riley

Supreme Champion Heifer Kyle Hiebert

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer Mikka Harmon THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Champion AOB Steer Hunter Taliferro

Reserve Champion AOB Steer Nicole Silvas

Champion Charolais Steer Kobe Nance

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer Barrett Newell

Champion Limousin Steer Colten Helderman

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer Caleb Hart

Champion Maine Steer Jessica Thorp

Reserve Champion Maine Steer Darren Bird

Champion Simmental Steer Logan Davis

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer Jordan Peach

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer Lucas Northcutt

Champion Angus Steer Hunter Grauman

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Reserve Champion Angus Steer Kade Bowen

Champion Hereford Steer Rylee Straka

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer Heath Helderman

Champion Shorthorn Steer Lance Martin

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer Bailey Butler

Champion Yorkshire Barrow Chelsie Wilson

Reserve Champion Yorkshire Barrow Wade Jung

Champion Duroc Barrow Courtney Maye

Reserve Champion Duroc Barrow Caden Levings

Champion Berkshire Barrow William Harrison

Reserve Champion Berkshire Barrow Jordan Vaverka

Champion Chester White Barrow Wesley Griffin THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Reserve Champion Chester White Barrow Ross Taylor

Champion Poland China Barrow Jaycee Patterson

Reserve Champion Poland China Barrow Gabriel Rogers

Champion Spot Barrow McCayla Hope

Reserve Champion Spot Barrow Blake Kennedy

Reserve Champion Cross Barrow Blake Goss

Champion Dorset Lamb Olivia Mason

Reserve Champion Dorset Lamb Hilton Hurliman

Champion Shropshire Lamb Julia Mason

Reserve Champion Shropshire Lamb Autumn Quickle

Champion Southdown Lamb Sydney Peffer

Reserve Champion Southdown Lamb Lane Kistling

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Champion Speckle Face Lamb Page Van Meter

Reserve Champion Speckle Face Lamb Hilton Hurliman

Champion Suffolk Lamb Emiley Shell

Reserve Champion Suffolk Lamb Jill Davis

Reserve Champion Natural Lamb Laurie Fitch

Reserve Champion Crossbred Lamb Kristal Williams

Reserve Champion Hampshire Lamb Chase McGolden

Champion Division I Goat Danielle litzenberger

Reserve Champion Division I Goat Trent Boles

Champion Division II Goat Braden Schovanec

Champion Beefmaster Heifer Syndnye Edmondson

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Champion Brahman Heifer Ronni Hull

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer Jordan Storey

Champion Brangus Heifer Tatum Pritchard

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer Mackenzie Gillham

Champion Angus Heifer Kass Pfeiffer

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer Kass Pfeiffer

Champion Hereford Heifer Lauren Bilderback

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer Keysto Stotz

Champion Red Angus Heifer Cooper Harris

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer William Guthrie

Champion Shorthorn Plus Heifer Raylyn Thompson

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Plus Heifer Garrett Hudgins

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Champion Maintainer Heifer Matthew Hill

Reserve Champion Maintainer Heifer Emry Wood

Champion Saler Heifer Jenna Stewart

Reserve Champion Saler Heifer Shea Thornbrugh

Champion Simmental Heifer Macy Griswold

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer Macy Griswold

Champion Simmental Inf. Heifer Caleb Hart

Reserve Champion Simmental Inf. Heifer Colton Griswold

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer Kyra Stierwalt

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer Garrett Hudgins

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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Oklahoma Youth Expo Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Champion Charolais Heifer Kaylea Herndon

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer Megan Johnson

Champion Chianina Inf. Heifer Macee Coggins

Reserve Champion Chianina Inf. Heifer Chandee Kuykendall

Champion Commercial Heifer Madison Chaney

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer Cole Moore

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer Dylan Enyart

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer Katlin Long

Champion Limousin Heifer Jason Cole

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer Ryan Callahan

Champion Maine Heifer Reighly Blakely

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The 1st TJLA CAMP

July 30-31, 2010 Animal & Food Sciences Building Texas Tech Campus • Lubbock, TX Show Camp for Cattle, Lambs, Goats, and Swine

Taught By Some of the Best Experts in the Industry Clinics for Cattle, Lamb, Goat, and Swine Livestock Exhibitors Clinics will Cover Grooming, Feeding, Fitting, and Selection For All Species

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How to Get College Scholarships Leadership Training for Experienced Exhibitors How to Become a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Star 4-H Member Quality Counts: A Future Requirement for all Texas Major Shows FSA Loans to Finance Livestock Projects In Order to Attend, You Must Be A 2010-2011 Member of the TJLA. Parents Who Wish to Attend May Join as Associate Members. 50 Points Awarded for Attending Camp • Registration Deadline July 20, 2010

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August 1, 2010 South Plains Fairgrounds Lubbock, Texas

TJLA Sanctioned Prospect Show

Steers, Heifers, Lambs, Goats, and Swine Two Rings - Two Sets Of Points OFFICIAL TJLA SHOWMANSHIP SHOW IN ALL SPECIES

Preliminary Schedule

Saturday, July 31, 2010

3:00 P.M. Check In Heifer Papers Sign Up For Showmanship in All Divisions 3:30 P.M. Official TJLA Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Heifer Showmanship Official TJLA Intermediate, Senior, and Junior Lamb Showmanship Official TJLA Senior, Junior, and Intermediate Swine Showmanship 4:00 P.M. Steer Classification and Check In 6:00 P.M. Weight Cards Can Be Turned In for Swine, Lambs and Goats 6:30 P.M. Official TJLA Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Steer Showmanship Official TJLA Intermediate, Senior, and Junior Goat Showmanship

Sunday, August 1, 2010

8:00 A.M. Steer Show A Followed by Steer Show B, Swine Show A Followed by Swine Show B 9:00 A.M. Lamb Show A Followed by Lamb Show B, Heifer Show A Followed by Heifer Show B 9:30 A.M. Goat Show A Followed by Goat Show B

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Show Cattle Camp DetailS

all youth will receiv campers e a FRee tshirt!

The 2010 Show Cattle Camp has been designed as a hands on learning camp for those of all ages and levels of showmanship. Parents, County Agents and AG Teachers are encouraged to attend with youth. This camp will cover halter breaking, daily care (washing, hair care and recommended products), show day preparation, proper hauling, fitting & clipping basics, showmanship and hoof trimming demonstration. All cattle & supplies are provided. NO NEED TO BRING YOUR OWN CATTLE PROJECTS.

Show CattLe Camp Fee • $125/per participant. • $50 for each Adult, County Agent, AG Teacher or Parent. QueStionS? If you have questions please feel free to contact: Shane Meier: 830-992-5159

SatuRday, June 5th - day 1

9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m • LunCh pRovided

Sunday, June 6th - day 2 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. • LunCh pRovided • ConCLuSion oF Camp

June 5th & 6th gillespie County Fairgrounds Fredericksburg, texas

For more information, to register or for hotel accommodations visit: www.meiershowcattle.com

2010 Show Cattle Camp RegiStRation FoRm - Due By may 28th Please fill out the following information, detach and return to Shane Meier, Meier Show Cattle. (Please Print 1 From Per Exhibitor.)

Participants Full Name: ________________________________________________ Grade Level:______________________ Parent/Guardian (s) Name: __________________________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________________ State: ____________________ Zip: _______________________ Home Phone Number: _____________________________________ Emergency Phone Number:_______________________

please Circle t-Shirt Size: Youth Sizes: S M L XL Adult Sizes: S M L XL One free t-shirt per youth camper.

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Mail payment & registration form to: meier Show Cattle to Shane Meier to enter this individual at any hospital for any emergency treatment necessary. I/We also release Shane Meier from any and all liability 1238 n. Ranch Road 1623 Stonewall, texas 78671 which might occur from any illness, injury or accident. X__________________________________ Parent/Guardian. __________Date. Liability Release: I/We , the parent/guardian (s) of _______________________________________________ give our permission

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Panhandle Parade of Breeds 28th Annual Show Ollie Liner Center, Plainview, Texas

June 18 - 19, 2010

TCCA Sanctioned Heifer and Steer Shows / Two Shows in 2010! ­­­­­­Open to Texas junior exhibitors. Cattle exhibitor must be ages 8 – 19. 2010 graduating seniors will be allowed to participate. Age for “Production Plus Showmanship Contest” – 3rd – 12th grade as of September 1, 2010.

Heifers

Maximum age – July 1, 2008. All breeds and crosses. Heifers must have registration papers or proof of ownership and legible tattoo. Heifer information – Mary Bass at 806-285-2121 (nights)

Steers

Weight breaks: Progress Steers – 850 lbs and above Prospect Steers – 849 lbs and below Show reserves the right to weigh back any steer with 5% weigh back. 1st and 2nd place in every class will be weighed back. Any steer weighing out will be disqualified and premium money forfeited.

Judges – Blake Nelson and Kelton Mason Production Plus Showmanship Contest – Open to all exhibitors. 3 age divisions. Prizes in all divisions. Top senior heifer and steer showmen $500 college scholarship

Awards (Show A)

Supreme Champion Heifer - $1000 Reserve Champion Supreme Heifer - $500 Grand Champion Progress Steer - $500 Reserve Champion Progress Steer - $300 Grand Champion Prospect Steer - $1000 Reserve Champion Prospect Steer - $500 Prize money will be awarded to the Champion and Reserve Champion of each breed. All entry fee money goes back to the exhibitor.

Show B - Class Points

Grand Champion Heifer - $100 Reserve Grand Champion Heifer - $50 Grand Champion Progress Steer - $100 Reserve Grand Champion Progress Steer - $50 Grand Champion Prospect Steer - $250 Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer - $100

Early Entry Deadline: June 1, 2010 Entry Fee: $40, Ring A – Prizes & Premiums $15, Ring B – Class Points Only Must exhibit in Ring A to show in Ring B. Show B will begin after the completion of the first breed in Ring A. Stalls in the barn will be assigned as paid entries are received. If a group wishes to stall together, they must enter together. Cash only on late entries - $10 Late fee per head Headquarters Hotel: Holiday Inn Express 806-296-9900 NEW Show Schedule Thursday, June 17 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. - Office open 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. - Barns open for stalling. Sand in barn. Barns locked at 11:00 p.m. Friday, June 18 5:00 a.m. - Barns open 7:30 a.m. - Scales available for weighing steers 7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - Steer weight cards turned in and steers classified Check in heifers and read tattoos 1:00 p.m. - Production Plus SHOWMANSHIP (Jr., Int., & Sr.) Pee Wee Showmanship 3:00 p.m. - Gebo’s Supreme Champion HEIFER SHOW 6:00 p.m. - Cargill Meat Solutioins PROGRESS STEER SHOW 11:00 p.m. - Barns locked Saturday, June 19 9:00 a.m. - Cargill Meat Solutions PROSPECT STEER SHOW (American, English and Continental breeds)

Use standard TCCA entry card. Mail entries to: Panhandle Parade of Breeds Angie Carver, Treasurer 1824 FM 597, Abernathy, TX 79311 806-298-2166 THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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Goree Expo Center, Coleman, TX New Facilities (28,000 sq. ft.) all under one building 4 Rings all TCCA sanctioned BLOW & SHOW ONLY Judges: Ryan Rash, Jake Franke, Slayton Strube & Michael Hunter RING A,B & C points only ($20/ring) • RING D points & prizes ($30) Weigh and classify your own. Random 5% weigh back. Must enter Ring A, B, & C to be eligible for Ring D prizes Miniature Hereford Show $25 Prizes: Belt Buckles, Boots, Boot Bags & Cash June 25th Barns open at 5:00 p.m. Generators Welcome Contacts: Dusty Greaves 325 280 2809 John Merrill 325 625 4570 Duwayne Hunter 325 280 7692 Email: dustyg@web-access.net

June 26th Weigh in 6:00 – 9:00 a.m. 9:30 Miniature Hereford Show 10:00 a.m. Show Begins Mail Entries to: Coleman County Western Syndicate P.O. Box 13 Coleman, TX 76834

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 Huntsville HEAT III 8 Rings – 1 Location – 1 Weekend

July 17th – Heifers July 18th - Steers Walker Co. Fairgrounds – SH 30 - Huntsville, Texas  6:00 -8:00 p.m. Friday night    6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.   9:00 a.m.  10:00 a.m. One head constitutes a breed Three head or less will show in one class Must show in A/C to show in B/D Ring D Division and Overall prizes  All rings $20 each • NO LATE FEES!!  Nita Syphrett 903-322-5036 sccattle@yahoo.com Glenna Goodrum 936-577-0331 steermom@gmail.com


Gillespie County Race Day Classic

Clark Angus Ranch

at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds in Fredericksburg, Texas (Home of the First Texas Jackpot Steer Show) TJLA Sanctioned 9:00 A.M., Sunday, August 15, 2010 1 Ring; 1 Show

Judge:

Bulls

TBA

Weight cards turned in by 1:00 P.M., Saturday August 14, 2010 Weigh your own; Class your own 5% weigh back

Charolais

Grand Champion -- $750 50% Payback Reserve Grand Champion -- $500 Reserve Division Champion -- $100 Division Champion -- $200 Reserve Breed Champion -- Travel Bag Breed Champions – Belt Buckle 16 breed format (one steer constitutes a breed)

Entry Fees:

Ready for Heavy Service Open & Bred Heifers - Cows Available SHOW HEIFERS AVAILABLE

$40

Call for an Appointment Today

Blow & Show; no trim chutes, butt fans. Generators welcome

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Live Pari-Mutuel Horse Races ~ July 3, 4, 17, 18, August 14, 15, 28, 29

Contact:

Herefords

Registered • 18-24 Months • EPD’s

$30 if postmarked by August 1st, 2010

Late Entry Fee:

Angus

Chad Eckhardt – 830-992-9085

Mail entries to:

Gillespie County Fair & Festivals Association, P.O. Box 526, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 Book your hotel rooms early. Visit www.fredericksburg-texas.com.

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Bill Clark 936-544-9013

E-mail: Clarkangus@aol.com www.clarkangus.com

Prospect & Progress Steer & Heifer Show TCCA SANCTIONED June 24-26, 2010 South Plains Fairgrounds, lubbock, TX

WEIGHT LIMITS Prospect: 875 lbs & Under Progress: 876 lbs & Over Turn in own weights - 5% weigh back - Steers will be classified.

JUDGES Tyler Norvell and Aaron Cooper

*No False Hair on Steers or Heifers

SCHEDULE Thursday, June 24 5:00 p.m. Steers & Heifers Begin Arriving Tie space on first come first served *Absolutely no early arrivals

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Heifers & Steers - $40/head - Show A $15/head - Show B *Early Entry Deadline - June 11 *Late Entry Fee - Additional $10/head - CASH ONLY *A separate entry is required for each show. Must enter Show A to enter Show B. *Will Follow TCCA Rules *Texas Exhibitors Only

Friday, June 25 11:00 a.m. - 12 Noon Check Heifer Papers 1:00 -3:00 p.m. - Steer weights turned in and classified 4:00 p.m. - Heifer Show Saturday, June 26 9:00 a.m. - Progress Steer Show A&B Prospect Steer Show A&B -after Progress 9:00 p.m. - All Cattle MUST be out For More Information, Contact: Bryan Reynolds P.O. Box 669 Tahoka, Texas 79373 806/561-4562 (office) 806/998-5050 (home) 806/759-1102 (cell)

AWARDS A percentage of each entry will go into each class & paid according to number of entries in each class. STEERS (16 Breed Format) Ring A Progress Grand - $250 / Res. - $125 Ring A Prospect Grand - $1000 / Res. - $500 Classes 1. 9/1/09 & younger 2. 5/1/09 - 8/31/09 3. 1/1/09- 4/30/09 4. 9/1/08 - 12/31/08 5. 5/1/08 - 8/31/08 6. 1/1/08 - 4/30/08

HEIFERS (25 Breed Format) Supreme Champion Ring A- Bag Reserve Supreme Ring A- Bag Show A - Steers & Heifers Cash Payback Show B - Steers & Heifers Points Only Prospect Steers & Heifers Breed Champion - Belt Buckles Reserve Breed Champion - Backpacks THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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TEXAS JUNIOR LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION

Field Day TCCA-SANCTIONED Steer & Heifer Show June 4-5-6, 2010 Brazos County Exposition Complex Bryan, Texas Entry Fee: $35 by May 15 Late Entry until June 4: $50

Entry Deadline: May 15 For additional information contact TJLA Advisors: Brian Payne – 512/423-1620 Johnny Smith – 254/965-4193 Brad Davis – 325/784-5071 For complete rules and schedule, go to: www.texas-limousin.com

Ralph Hawkins, Exec. Secretary P.O. Box 880 • Krum, TX 76265 940/367-4633 • Fax: 940/482-3649 www.texas-limousin.com • txlimo@aol.com

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WILSON COUNTY SUMMER KICK-OFF CLASSIC STEER SHOWS

**Four steer shows/two days** June 26 & 27, 2010 Wilson County Show Barn Floresville, Texas Entry Fee Saturday: Ring A- $30 Ring B - $15 Entry Fee Sunday: Ring C- $30 Ring D - $15 $10 Late Fee (Cash Only) • Entry Deadline – June 21, 2010 Mini Hereford Show - MHBA height rules apply Steers - 16 breed format No weight limit • Shown by weight Exhibitor must be present to show Overall Champion and Reserve Champion will be selected

Schedule of Events

Friday, June 25, 2010 4:00 p.m. – Steers may arrive Saturday, June 26, 2010 7:00-10:00 a.m. - Weigh/classify steers 11:00 a.m. - Jackpot Showmanship (Peewee, Jr., Intermediate, Sr., followed by steer show) Sunday, June 27, 2010 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.- Weigh/classify; use same weight/class cards if shown on Saturday • No showmanship on Sunday 10:00 a.m. – Steer Show begins

2010

2010

Judges

June 26 - Ring A - Brandon Callis, Ring B - Aaron Cooper June 27 - Ring C - Brandon Gunn, Ring D - Beau Gaylord Prizes and Awards will be given each day – Ring A & C Only Ring B & D will be TCCA Points Only

You Must Enter Ring A to Enter Ring B • You Must Enter Ring C to Enter Ring D

View video of last years contest at www.txcattlewomen.org

Generators Welcome FOR MORE INFO: Super K Show Supply available Russell Boening 830-484-1128 Timmy Lucherk 830-484-0209 Tie-Outs on First Come First Served Basis

Mail Entries to

WCLSA 5145 FM 1344 Floresville, Texas 78114 Use Standard TCCA Entry Cards, No Refunds

Milam County Summer Classic Youth exposition Building, Cameron, Texas 4 Steer – 4 Heifer Shows

Ring A, B, & C: $20.00 per head per ring Ring D: $30.00 per head

$10.00 per family late fee after June 7, 2010 Must compete in rings A, B, and C to compete in ring D

Judges: TBA

Steers, Saturday, June 12, 2010 BElT BuCKlES TO BREED CHAMPIONS IN RING D

$500.00 to Champion Steer, Ring D Weigh-in: Friday, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. or Saturday morning until 8:00 a.m. We will weigh steers, you classify, NO weigh back. Ring A and B Steers start approximately 9:00 a.m. Saturday Ring C and D Start approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of ring B.

Heifers, Sunday, June 13, 2010 BElT BuCKlES TO BREED CHAMPIONS IN RING D

Check-in: Saturday, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., or Sunday morning until 8:00 a.m. Ring A and B Heifers start approximately 9:00 a.m. Sunday Ring C & D Start approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of ring B.

Contact:

David or Sandra Waiser 512-446-6029 OR 979-219-4092

Send Entries to:

Milam Co. Jr. livestock Show PO Box 1114 Cameron, Texas 76520 146 MAY - JUNE 2010 | THE SHOWBOX

Heifer Classes: Jan. – June 2008 July – Dec. 2008 Jan.– April 2009 May – Aug. 2009 Sept. – Dec. 2009 Jan. 2010 & Younger

Motels:

Budget Host 254 605 0610

Paul Pfeil 210-414-5971 Motels: Best Western (830) 393-0443 Roadside Motel (830) 393-3244 Stockman Hotel (830) 393-3137 Wilson County Show Barn, Floresville, TX US Hwy 97, 1.5 miles east of US Hwy 181

Rockdale Fair Association & R.F.A. JUNIOR DIRECTORS Presents the June Jamboree Buckle Heifer & Steer Show Fair Park, Walnut Street, Rockdale, Texas

June 12 & 13, 2010

4 sets of points TCCA Santioned NO LATE FEES CHARGED $20 entry RING A, B & C--$25 entry RING D You MUST show in Ring A, B & C to qualify for Buckle in Ring D. Breeds must have 5 Head or more to be eligible for Buckle.

Heifer Show

June 12, 2010 6:30 - 8:30 a.m. Saturday check-in 9:30 a.m. Jackpot Showmanship No Heifer older than Sept. 1, 2007 Standard 4 month class breaks

Steer Show

June 13, 2010 6:30 - 8:30 a.m. Sunday check-in 9:30 a.m. Jackpot Showmanship 16 Breed Format We will weigh - classify your own

One head constitutes a breed • 3 head or less/breed will show as one class Hamm Show Supply Trailer on the grounds.

Judges: TBA Accomodations:

Rainbow Courts 512-446-2361 Best Western 512-446-6163

For more information:

Pevine Hicks: 512-760-5237 • Monica Garrison: 254-482-0294 Email:monicargarrison@hotmail.com Rockdale Fair Office:512-446-5502 P.O.Box 1582, Rockdale, Tx 76567


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Kendall Classic

Great Group of Cows

Kendall County Fairgrounds Hwy. 46 East Boerne, Texas TCCA Sanctioned Steer Shows A & B CASH and PRIZES  David Groschke and TBA Proceeds to benefit Kendall County 4-H Youth  Ring A: $30 Ring B: $20

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28 ABC's 20 Maine or Simi or Charolais Crosses 3 Hereford Crosses 4 Shorthorn Crosses Priced from $1400

: Steer Check-In Friday - 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Saturday - 6:00 - 8:00 A.M. Steer Show - 10:00 A.M. Rings A and B (must enter A to show in B)

50 Open Heifers Priced from $1000 Please call for a list

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Howard Skeels - 210-722-7509 Duane Zoeller 830-229-5243 Stephen Zoeller 830-249-9343

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Hermleigh FFA Alumni Presents:

Cottonfield Classic

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Scurry County Coliseum – Snyder, Texas TCCA Sanctioned Steer Show – Region 1 • Rings A & B 16 Breed Format – No Combined Breeds. Texas Exhibitors Only! Blow and Show – No Fitting! Weigh your own with 5% weigh back. 11:00 a.m. start with Jackpot Showmanship, Progress, Prospect Classify your own. Barns open Friday, August 13, 2010, 10:00 a.m. Weight cards Friday 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.,

Motels Best Western 325-574-2200 Purple Sage 325-573-5491 Holiday Inn Express & Suites 325-573-0376 www.snyderchamber.org

Cash Prizes and Awards Paid Day of Show $1,000.00 Grand Champion Prospect $500.00 Reserve Champion Prospect $350.00 Grand Champion Progress $150.00 Reserve Champion Progress Breed and Reserve Breed Champion Awards TCCA Payback to Class Placings Many other awards and door prizes to exhibitors Judges: TBA

Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Inside and outside stalling – First come, first served. Due to new ownership of Coliseum, you must purchase shavings at show. Concessions available.

Contact Information – Entries To:

Hermleigh FFA Alumni

P.O. Box 91, Hermleigh, Texas 79526 325-207-0445 Melinda Pechacek 325-868-0372 Joe Campbell

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Sweet Home Amarillo

2010 Texas Jr. Hereford state show

Hosts: Texas Jr. Polled Hereford Association and Texas Jr. Hereford Association

June 16 -19, 2010

Tri-State Exposition Center • Amarillo, Texas Judges: General information: Bred and Owned and Cow/Calf Pairs – June 15 – 12:00 p.m. – Grounds open lee Haygood for tie out only (covered) Steers – Ryan Rathmann June 16 – 8:00 a.m. – Facility Opens Owned Heifers – Jarold Callahan June 16 – 5:00 p.m. – Palo Duro Intermediate and Sr. Showmanship– Canyon TEXAS play buses leave Kurt Thomas June 17 – Contest Day Pee-Wee and Jr. Showmanship – June 18 – Steers, Bred and Owned, Drew Perez Pairs, Bulls, Jr A.I., and Minis Miniature Herefords – Matt Copeland June 19 – Owned Heifer Show Original registration papers required. Entry Fee: $25 per head, per showCenterTattoos be checked. the will text below at Entry Deadline: May 25, 2010 the Exhibitors bottom under both must be 7 – 21 years old Entry forms and information availableshows as ofinfo: January 1, 2010 and current at www.tjpha.org members of the TJPHA or TJHA. Hotel Information: Ambassador Hotel Amarillo (headquarters) (806) 358-6161 ask for Jr. Hereford Cattle room block HOlIDAY INN (806) 372-8741 COuNTRY INN AND SuITES (806) 356-9973 For More information contact: Kyle Keahey - TJPHA President • 903-951-8787 • keaheykyle@yahoo.com Bethany Nolan - TJHA President • 903-797-6131 • nolanherefords@aol.com Mail entries to: lesia Schnitker 905 Childress Street • Turkey, Texas 79261

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Refugio Stampede Date Change July 24 - 25, 2010 Refugio, Texas Steer and Heifer Show Lots of Prizes! Contact: Amy Neel 361-649-1131

Mission River Classic

Steer & Heifer show August 14- 15, 2010 Refugio, Texas Official Showmanship Show Contact: Rueben Garcia 361-526-1750 (H) or 361-646-3695 (C)

More details in the July issue of The Showbox.

Miller Cattle Co. TJLA Room Blocks Belt Buckle Bonanza Waco Hilton $99.00 Per Night 254-759-5516 • Ask for TJLA Block Reservation Cut Off Date - June 17, 2010 Clarion Hotel Waco $79.00 per Night 254-757-2000 • Ask For TJLA Block Cut Off Date June 17, 2010

TJLA Board of Directors Retreat August 20-22, 2010 Holiday Inn Express 1511 E. loop 304 Crockett, Texas 75835 936-544-4488 $89.00 Per Night-King $99.00 Per Night-Double Ask for TJlA Block

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Nice set of Maine/Simmental, Charolais/Angus replacement Heifers

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Texas Junior Shorthorn Association And Texas Junior Maine Anjou Association State Preview Shows

June11-13, 2010

Amarillo, Texas at the Tri State Fair Grounds

Schedule of Events

Friday June 11, 2010

Steers Bulls Futurity 6:00pm Lassie Queen interviews 7:30pm Social Dinner

12:00pm Barns open 7:30pm Pizza Dinner

Saturday June 12, 2010

8:30am Clinics Begin 10:00am - TSA Annual Meeting 11:00am Lunch 1:00pm Showmanship Followed By: Shorthorn Plus and Maintainer Cow Calf

Sunday June 13, 2010

7:30am Breakfast Lassie Meeting 9:00am TJSA & TJMAA Owned Heifer Shows

Hotel

Holiday Inn Amarillo • (806)372-8741

Entry Forms:

Entry forms & membership applications on the website at: Texasjuniorshorthornassociation.com Or Texasjuniormaineanjou.com Both are on FACEBOOK Must be a TJSA & TJMAA member to enter THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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ALL BREEds savell Farms Ken or Kevin savell 970 FM 983, Ferris, TX 75125 972-842-3254 or 972-842-2355 Behrens Farms - Joe Behrens Box 118, Voca, TX 76887 325-239-5595 H or 325-456-7300 C www.showsteers.com Club Calves & Show Pigs - All Breeds & Crosses

ABC Precision Guesswork Cattle “Honest” Monte Williams PO Box L, Altair, TX 77412; 979-234-3535 ext 1206 or 979-758-1529 mwilliams@ricecisd.org Behrens Farms - Joe Behrens Box 118, Voca, TX 76887 325-239-5595 H or 325-456-7300 C www.showsteers.com Club Calves & Show Pigs - All Breeds & Crosses

ANGUs Lazy sB Cattle Co., LLC Brian sulak - show steer Prospects 1865 FM 2114, West, TX 76691; 254-580-8194 or 254-580-8194 www.lazysbcattle.com email: albertsulak@sbcglobal.net Christian Cattle - Mike Christian 14475 E FM 219, Hico, TX 76457 254-597-7121 or 254-977-3696 Clark Angus Ranch William Clark,1277 PR 7117, Crockett, TX 75835 936-544-9013; Registered Black Angus dA Cattle - Paul Aelvoet 1092 CR 532, Hondo, TX 78861 830-426-4046 or 830-931-4223 www.dacattle.com Hudec Cattle - Jerry F. Hudec 1442 County Rd 204, Weimar, TX 78962, 979-263-5829, Over 30 years of artificial breeding Club Claves, Limousin, Simmental & Simbrah www.hudeccattle.com; email - jhudec@cvctx.com

BEEFMAstER Blue Ribbon Beefmasters Will & Rayna Skaggs 6900 Hwy 2247, De Leon, TX 76444 254-893-4153 H or 254-842-8346 C email: skaggs@cctc.net www.blueribbonbeefmasters.com Show heifers, bulls, and semen for sale! dave Nelson & Walter Umphrey Beefmasters P. O. Box 20038, Beaumont, TX 77720, 409-722-9113 Dave Nelson Scramble & JBBA Certificates Welcomed, email: davidnelson@nelsoncompanies.us www.nelsonumphreybeefmasters.com

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Gilmore Ranch - LG Brand Loren & Nancy Gilmore 882 Gilmore Lane, Madisonville, TX, 77864 936-348-6196 or 936-348-8438 www.gilmoreranch.com Beefmaster Show Heifers - Home of Champions! Lewis Beefmasters - Larry, Rhonda, Luke, & Abby 8387 FM 2451, Scurry, TX 75158 972-452-3336 H or 214-693-7938 C email: lewisbeefmasters@gmail.com Semen, embryos, heifers, and bulls for sale! Scramble certificates welcome www.lewisbeefmasters.com

BRANGUs doguet diamond d Ranch - Mike doguet 6140 CR 415 McCoy, TX 78113 or 795 S. Major Dr., Beaumont, TX 77707; 830-569-5836 or Eric Otto 210-834-0034 email: doguetmccoy@att.net

CHARoLAis Lehman Charolais Larry & Robbie, P.O. Box 700, Tioga, TX 76271, 940-437-5900; lehmancharolais@aol.com thomas Ranch - troy & VeaBeathomas 18441 Capri Place, Harrold, SD 57536 605-973-2448 www.thomasranchcatte.com email: thomas@venturecomm.net Charolais, Angus & Red Angus thorne Cattle Company Bill Thorne, P.O. Box 1057, Dalhart, TX 79022 806-244-5234 or 806-333-3234 cell, Maines - Ch iCharolais - Shorthorn

CHiANiNA Lazy sB Cattle Co., LLC Brian sulak - show steer Prospects 1865 FM 2114, West, TX 76691; 254-580-8194 or 254-580-8194 www.lazysbcattle.com email: albertsulak@sbcglobal.net

CLUB CALVEs 4 Bar s shorthorns Dale, Patti, Kelley, & Lindsey Sommerlatte 1817 Cemetery Road, Bellville, TX 77418 979-277-5164 cell or 979-357-2446 ksom17@hotmail.com or http://shorthornshowcattle.net Shorthorns, Maine Anjou, Chianinas & AOBs Show Heifers, Steers, & Bulls; We Accept Scramble Certificates 4M sHow Heifers & steers Dr. Jim Mazurkiewicz, 5525 FM 1179, Bryan, TX 77808; 979-776-0685 cell or 979-229-8855 j-mazurkiewicz@tamu.edu Maine, Charolais, Gert, ABC, & Brangus Behrens Farms - Joe Behrens Box 118, Voca, TX 76887 325-239-5595 H or 325-456-7300 C www.showsteers.com Club Calves & Show Pigs - All Breeds & Crosses

Bishop Club Calves. - Norman Bishop 705 Brookwood, Taylor, TX; 512-365-5812 or 512-773-4981 C nbishop83@yahoo.com • www.bishopclubcalves.com Exotics & Americans Christian Cattle - Mike Christian 14475 E FM 219, Hico, TX 76457 254-597-7121 or 254-977-3696 dA Cattle - Paul Aelvoet 1092 CR 532, Hondo, TX 78861 830-426-4046 or 830-931-4223 www.dacattle.com dave Nelson & Walter Umphrey Beefmasters P. O. Box 20038, Beaumont, TX 77720, 409-722-9113 Dave Nelson Scramble & JBBA Certificates Welcomed, email: davidnelson@nelsoncompanies.us www.nelsonumphreybeefmasters.com Brehm Farms 8990 Hildebrandt Rd. San Antonio, TX 78222 210-633-3147 or 210-576-7000 www.brehmfarms.com email: Brehmfarms@yahoo.com Limousin heifers & bulls C & E Cattle - Craig, Elyse, & danielle schill PO Box 216, Donie, TX 75838; 254-359-4654 cecattle@aciglobal.com; Charolias - Club Calves Bruce Glover Family Elgin, OK; 580-492-4179 home or 405-351-8825 cell Club Calves & Breeding Stock 3 mi. West, 1 mi. South, 3/4 mi. West Gilmore Ranch - LG Brand Loren & Nancy Gilmore 882 Gilmore Lane, Madisonville, TX 77864 936-348-6196 or 936-348-8438 www.gilmoreranch.com Beefmaster Show Heifers - Home of Champions! Bar J Club Calves Richard Jefferson, Jewett and College Station, TX 979-229-5041 or 903-626-4724 Charolais, Black & American Steers & Heifers Randy Lehmberg show steers 18582 Ranch Rd. 1871, Mason, TX 76856 325-347-5489 or 325-347-7064 Americans,Brahman, Charolais, & Exotic Cross Lone star Cattle Company - Jim & Paula Archer 12395 FM 556, Pittsburg, TX 75686 903-725-6178 or 903-767-6178 www.lonestarcattlecompany.com, shorthorns@lonestarcattlecompany.com

Hudec Cattle - Jerry F. Hudec 1442 County Rd 204, Weimar, TX 78962, 979-263-5829, Over 30 years of artificial breeding Club Claves, Limousin, Simmental & Simbrah www.hudeccattle.com; email - jhudec@cvctx.com Mcilhany show Cattle Dan & Bryan McIlhany 221 Waring-Welfare Rd., Boerne, TX 78006, Dan cell 210-274-6740 www.mcilhanyshowcattle.com Maine, Chi & Exotics/Steers & Heifers


Precision Guesswork Cattle “Honest” Monte Williams P.O. Box L, Altair, TX 77412; 979-234-3535 ext 1206 or 979-758-1529 mwilliams@ricecisd.org thorne Cattle Company Bill Thorne, P.O. Box 1057; Dalhart, TX 79022; 806244-5234 or 806-333-3234 cell Maines-Chi-Charolais-Shorthorn Young & Rogers Farm - Brandon Rogers 2629 Jacksboro Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX 76302; 940636-1697, rogers@wf.net dr. Jim Mazurkiewicz 5525 FM 1179, Bryan, TX 77808; 979-776-0685 or 979-229-8855; j-mazurkiewicz@tamu.edu Bruce Lawrence Family Limousins P.O. Box 299, Anton, TX 79313; 806-997-5381 or 806-790-2535; bll1@dtnspeed.net www.lawrencefamilylimousin.com

HEiFERs & stEERs Behrens Farms - Joe Behrens Box 118, Voca, TX 76887 325-239-5595 H or 325-456-7300 C www.showsteers.com Club Calves & Show Pigs - All Breeds & Crosses Christian Cattle - Mike Christian 14475 E FM 219, Hico, TX 76457 254-597-7121 or 254-977-3696 dA Cattle - Paul Aelvoet 1092 CR 532, Hondo, TX 78861 830-426-4046 or 830-931-4223 www.dacattle.com dave Nelson & Walter Umphrey Beefmasters P. O. Box 20038, Beaumont, TX 77720, 409-722-9113 Dave Nelson Scramble & JBBA Certificates Welcomed, email: davidnelson@nelsoncompanies.us www.nelsonumphreybeefmasters.com Gilmore Ranch - LG Brand Loren & Nancy Gilmore 882 Gilmore Lane, Madisonville, TX, 77864 936-348-6196 or 936-348-8438 www.gilmoreranch.com Beefmaster Show Heifers - Home of Champions! savell Farms Kevin Savell 970 FM 983, Ferris, TX, 75125 972-571-2927 or 972-842-2355 Yancey Farms Gary & Marci Yancey, 18288 Rogers Rd., New Waverly, TX 77358; 936-344-2372 e-mail:gyanceyfarms@yahoo.com Registered Maine Anjou Heifers & Maine Cross Steers stick it to Em - scott Jones Bleiblerville, TX 78931 (between Brenham & Sealy) 979-421-0714 C, 979-836-0572 H or 979-421-7487 AI, Show Calves, Hoof Trimming, Halter Breaking, Sales Prep, Clipping, Fitting, Feeding & Showmanship Lessons

HEREFoRd & PoLLEd HEREFoRd Nelson Land and Cattle Co. 1273 Hwy 99 C, Kingston, OK 73439; 972-596-4335, Ranch Manager: Ron Dugger 903-816-3706; www.nelsonlandandcattle.com email: jnelson@npreston.com Hereford and Polled Hereford Show Heifers and Steers for sale. Scramble Certificates Welcome.

LiMoUsiN Brehm Farms 8990 Hildebrandt Rd. San Antonio, TX 78222 210-633-3147 or 210-576-7000 www.brehmfarms.com or email: Brehmfarms@yahoo.com Limousin heifers & bulls CFLX Limousins 21314 OSR, Madisonville, TX 77864, 903-344-2331, 281-808-3473 or 281-808-5511 www.counsilfamilylimousins.com Quality prospects from leading A.I. sires. dA Cattle - Paul Aelvoet 1092 CR 532, Hondo, TX 78861 830-426-4046 or 830-931-4223 www.dacattle.com Young & Rogers Farm - Brandon Rogers 2629 Jacksboro Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX 76302; 940-636-1697, rogers@wf.net Hudec Cattle - Jerry F. Hudec 1442 County Rd 204, Weimar, TX 78962, 979-263-5829, Over 30 years of artificial breeding Club Claves, Limousin, Simmental & Simbrah www.hudeccattle.com; email - jhudec@cvctx.com Bruce Lawrence Family Limousins P.O. Box 299, Anton, TX 79313; 806-997-5381 or 806-790-2535; bll1@dtnspeed.net www.lawrencefamilylimousin.com

LoWLiNE Lonestar Lowlines - Craig Campbell PO Box 1555, Boerne, TX, 78006 210-885-9619 or 830-249-1852 email: info@lonestarlowlines.com www.lonestarlowlines.com Fullblood, Purebred & Percentage Lowline & Aberdeen “Irish” Angus - Maine/Angus Cross

MAiNE ANJoU Mcilhany show Cattle Dan & Bryan McIlhany 221 Waring-Welfare Rd., Boerne, TX 78006, Dan Cell 210-274-6740 www.mcilhanyshowcattle.com Maine, Chi & Exotic Steers & Heifers savell Farms Kevin Savell, 970 FM 983, Ferris, TX 75125; 972-571-2927 C or 972-842-2355 Shorthorns & Maine Anjou

Redgate Cattle Co. Max & Debra Redgate, Waynoka, OK, 580-824-1041 or 580-334-3439 redgatecattle@pldi.net www.redgatecattleco.com

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Circle P Pinzgauers - Ken Paul 7815 Bickham Cemetery Road, Bryan, TX 77808 979-589-1456; texascirclep.com

REd ANGUs Peacock Angus Ranch - Gary Peacock 313 FM 2488, Covington, TX 76636; 254-874-5868 or 817-774-7204 Industry leading, cutting edge Red Angus genetics. email - gpeacock@rvisd.net website - www.freewebs.com/peacockangusranch

Precision Guesswork Cattle “Honest” Monte Williams P.O. Box L, Altair, TX 77412; 979-234-3535 ext 1206 or 979-758-1529 mwilliams@ricecisd.org

REd BRANGUs Precision Guesswork Cattle “Honest” Monte Williams P.O. Box L, Altair, TX 77412; 979-234-3535 ext 1206 or 979-758-1529 mwilliams@ricecisd.org

sANtA GERtRUdis double tt Ranch Wylie & B.J. Taliaferro P.O. Box 57, Rosser, TX 75157 972-452-8451 or 469-644-1620 cell Duane Miller, Mgr. 214-793-5111, Show heifers, bulls, and cows Hay for sale Sudan & Coastal

sHoRtHoRN 4 Bar s shorthorns Dale, Patti, Kelley, & Lindsey Sommerlatte 1817 Cemetery Road, Bellville, TX 77418 979-277-5164 cell or 979-357-2446 ksom17@hotmail.com or http://shorthornshowcattle.net Shorthorns, Maine Anjou, Chianinas & AOBs Show Heifers, Steers & Bulls; We Accept Scramble Certificates Lone star Cattle Company - Jim & Paula Archer 12395 FM 556, Pittsburg, TX, 75686 903-725-6178 or 903-767-6178 www.lonestarcattlecompany.com shorthorns@lonestarcattlecompany.com Red oak Valley shorthorns -

Cliff, Connie, & Brandon Wammack 899 Shawnee Rd, Waxahachie, TX, 75165 972-617-2876 or 972-489-9104 connierov@att.net Show heifers for sale

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savell Farms Kevin Savell, 970 FM 983, Ferris, TX 75125; 972-5712927 cell or 972-842-2355 Shorthorns & Maine-Anjou taylor shorthorns G.W. & Justin Taylor Rt. 1 Box 352, Sharon, OK 73857; 580-995-3349 or 580-938-1880; jmtaylor@pldi.net www.taylorshorthorns.com Shorthorns Show Steers & Heifers

siMMENtAL Lazy sB Cattle Co., LLC Brian sulak - show steer Prospects 1865 FM 2114, West, TX 76691; 254-580-8194 or 254-580-8194 www.lazysbcattle.com email: albertsulak@sbcglobal.net Hudec Cattle - Jerry F. Hudec 1442 County Rd 204, Weimar, TX 78962, 979-263-5829, Over 30 years of artificial breeding Club Claves, Limousin, Simmental & Simbrah www.hudeccattle.com; email - jhudec@cvctx.com Knezek simmental & simbrah Ranch 2140 Morris Comm. Rd, Yoakum, TX 77995 361-293-1590 or 361-293-9299 www.knezeksimmentalranch.com Superbowl Sponsor Champion Show Cattle smith Genetics - tim smith P.O. Box 330, 1316 PR 2231, Giddings, TX 78942 512-587-7896 Superbowl, Synergy, & MAS Sponsor

siMMENtAL/siMBRAH Knezek simmental & simbrah Ranch 2140 Morris Comm. Rd, Yoakum, TX 77995 361-293-1590 or 361-293-9299 www.knezeksimmentalranch.com Superbowl Sponsor Champion Show Cattle

siMBRAH JHC Ranch - Jim & Pat Carter 219 Goetz Rd, Cameron, TX, 76520 254-697-2464 or 254-697-1078 email - jhc@tlab.net La Muneca Cattle Co. Carlos X. Guerra Family P.O. Box 81, Linn, TX 78563 956-383-7540 home or 956-802-1641 cell Simbrah, Brahman, & ABC Neumann Farms - scott & Earl Neumann 979-324-3337 or 979-249-3503 email: scottn@finetexasliving.com triple s Cattle services Tommy Schwertner, 130 CR 210, Liberty Hill, TX 78642; 254-793-2389, 254-793-2484 or cell 512-217-2116 smith Genetics - tim smith P.O. Box 330, 1316 PR 2231, Giddings, TX 78942 512-587-7896 Superbowl, Synergy, & MAS Sponsor

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sHoW LAMBs Robert & Wendy scott - southdown Club Lambs Wolfforth, TX - 806-392-5405 Jacoby Brothers Club Lambs 8552 N Hwy 87, Melvin, TX 76858 325-286-4244 or 325-456-4244 jason@jacobyfeed.com www.jacobyfeed.com Burns show Lambs 3433 Cooksey Lane, Waco, TX 76706; 254-881-6969 klbroutte@hughes.net www.burnsshowlambs.com

sHoW PiGs Behrens Farms - Joe Behrens Box 118, Voca, TX 76887 325-239-5595 H or 325-456-7300 C Club Calves & Show Pigs - All Breeds & Crosses Burns show Pigs - Jeff, tammy, shiann & tucker Rt. 4 Box 430, Madill, OK 73466; 580-795-4013 Quality Show Pigs - Yorks & Crosses Victory Lane showpigs Austin & MacKenzie Langemeier 550 Wild Coyote Trail, Marion, TX 78124 MacKenzie 830-708-8688, Austin 830-708-8686 austinlangemeier@yahoo.com

A.i. sERViCEs stick it to Em - scott Jones Bleiblerville, TX 78931 (between Brenham & Sealy) 979-421-0714 C, 979-836-0572 H or 979-421-7487 O AI, Show Calves, Hoof Trimming, Halter Breaking, Sales Prep, Clipping, Fitting, Feeding & Showmanship Lessons

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WELsH CoRGi PUPPiEs Victory Lane showpigs Austin & MacKenzie Langemeier 550 Wild Coyote Trail, Marion, TX 78124 MacKenzie 830-708-8688, Austin 830-708-8686 austinlangemeier@yahoo.com

FEEds ACCo Feeds - www.accofeeds.com Fort Worth, TX 1-800-772-2811 Mineola, TX 1-800-274-2359 Abilene, TX 1-800-592-4472 Seguin, TX 1-800-292-7694 Amarillo, TX 1-800-231-2226 Oklahoma City, OK 1-800-522-3561 Jacoby Feed & seed - showman’s Choice Feed Jason Jacoby- Owner P.O, Box 806, Melvin, TX 76858 325-286-4244 or 1-800-329-2080 www.jacobyfeed.com Bryant Grain Company - www.bryantgrain.com Full Line Feed Manufacturer, PO Box 596, Aledo, TX 76008; 1800-441-9782 or 817-441-7891 F

HALtER BREAKiNG stick it to Em - scott Jones Bleiblerville, TX 78931 (between Brenham & Sealy) 979-421-0714 C, 979-836-0572 H or 979-421-7487 AI, Show Calves, Hoof Trimming, Halter Breaking, Sales Prep, Clipping, Fitting, Feeding & Showmanship Lessons triple s Cattle services Tommy Schwertner, 130 CR 210, Liberty Hill, TX 78642; 254-793-2389, 254-793-2484 or cell 512-217-2116

HooF tRiMMiNG Matt Leopold 1000 CR 481, Thrall, TX 76578; 512-595-1261, 512856-2144; Hoof Trimming & Blade Sharpening Justin & stephanie Renfro 1825 CR 467, Stephenville, TX 76401; (10 miles N of Stephenville on 108) 254-968-6090, 214-755-5556 or 254-396-5359 www.renfrocattle.com; steph_renfro@yahoo.com Livestock Jewlery & Home Decor stick it to Em - scott Jones Bleiblerville, TX 78931; (between Brenham & Sealy) 979-421-0714 C, 979-836-0572 H or 979-421-7487 AI, Show Calves, Halter Breaking, Sales Prep, Clipping, Fitting, Feeding, Showmanship Lessons & Hoof Trimming - will travel for large groups triple s Cattle services Tommy Schwertner, 130 CR 210, Liberty Hill, TX 78642; 254-793-2389, 254-793-2484 or cell 512-217-2116


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THE SHOWBOX NATIONAL AND STATE SHOW RESULTS

Buckeye Classic - Dover Best Show Dover, Ohio

Grand Champion Steer A & B Carter Smith

Reserve Grand Champion Steer A & B Seth Miller

4th Overall Steer A Kyleigh Defrank

5th Overall Steer A & B Madison Clark

Grand Champion Heifer A & B Cameron Alexander

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer A 5th Overall Heifer B Ashley Rumpke

3rd Overall Heifer A Victoria Trbovich

4th Overall Heifer A Lindsey Pugh

5th Overall Heifer A Dillon Stertzbach

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer B Jessie Hoobler

3rd Overall Heifer B Megan Hunt

4th Overall Heifer B Lindsey Pugh

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Ohio Beef Expo Columbus, Ohio

Grand Champion Steer Caleigh Ott

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Cameron Alexander

3rd Overall Steer Macie Ott

4th Overall Steer Seth Miller

5th Overall Steer Jessica Millenbaugh

Grand Champion Heifer Ali Muir

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer Hannah Winegardner

3rd Overall Heifer Bailey Harsh

4th Overall Heifer Hannah Winegardner

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Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Mercedes, Texas

Grand Champion Steer Morgan Thomas

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Lillith Alverez

Grand Champion Pig Joshua Ledbetter

Reserve Grand Champion Pig Mark Gonzales

Grand Champion Lamb Hailey Fitting

Reserve Grand Champion Lamb Oscar Flores

Grand Champion Goat Brianna Balderama

Reserve Grand Champion Goat Daniel Hinojosa

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Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Mercedes, Texas

Champion Brahman Allyson Carrera

Res. Champion Brahman Reilly Brinkley

Champion Santa Gertrudis Orlando Fanas

Res. Champion Santa Gertrudis Sidney Escobar

Champion Simbrah Danielle Vella

Res. Champion Simbrah Marco Flores

Champion ABC Teah Barrientes

Res. Champion ABC Tyler Kelley

Champion AOB Jose Miguel

Reserve Champion AOB Daniel Cavazos

Res. Champion Charolais Amanda Cedillo

Champion Duroc Trace Saldana

Res. Champion Duroc Aric Esparza

Champion Hampshire Mark Gonzales

Res. Champion Hampshire Jake Rhyner

Champion Yorkshire Logan Bryant

Res. Champion Yorkshire Seth Carter

Champion OPB Ty Rhyner

Res. Champion OPB Gabriella Alaniz

Champion Light Cross Joshua Ledbetter

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Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Mercedes, Texas

Res. Champion Light Cross Ty Vsquez

Champion Dark Cross Clayton Stevens

Res. Champion Dark Cross Jacob Flores

Champion Southdown Stephen Basan

Res. Champion Southdown Cristina Castellane

Champion Finewool Katelyn Heflin

Res. Champion Finewool Sarah Labys

Champion Finewool Cross Jocelyn Vasquez

Res. Champion Finewool Cross Oscar Cordaova

Champion Lt. Medium Annette Gonzales

Res. Champion Lt. Medium Claribel Soelo

Champion Med. Heavy Hanna Cisneros

Res. Champion Med. Heavy Lauren Rodriquez

Champion Beefmaster Andrea White

Res. Champion Beefmaster Kalli Ellis

Champion Comm. ABC Lane Thomas

Res. Champion Comm. ABC Rebecca Goad

Champion Santa Gertrudis Breana Tater

Res. Champion Santa Gertrudis Ernest Ray Garcia

Champion Star 5 Abigail Caravec

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Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Mercedes, Texas

Res. Champion Star 5 Cade Burks

Champion Simbrah Olivia Vela

Res. Champion Simbrah Vanessa Hinojosa

Champion Red Brangus Cody Atkinson

Res. Champion Red Brangus Mike Flores

Champion Brahman Peyton Levien

Res. Champion Brahman Regan Dayleba

Champion Maine Lauren Thomas

Res. Champion Maine Samantha Greenwood

Champion Charolais Logan Thomas

Res. Champion Charolais Morgan Thomas

Champion AOB Heather Kosub

Res. Champion AOB Logan Thomas

Champion Comm. AOB Tristan Elsworth

Res. Champion Comm. AOB Anthony Rodelo

Champion Simmental Lauren Thomas

Res. Champion Simmental Morgan Thomas

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Final Points Standings

Heifer Points ALL AROUND Evan Acevedo, Mission..................... 8520 Jamie Stephenson, Anderson ............... 8440 Winston Walters, Brenham ................... 7195 Andrea White, Bastrop ......................... 6840 Molly Smith, Lockhart .......................... 6310 Brittany Krueger, Wills Point ................. 6165 Rex West, Paris ................................... 6135 Kalli Ellis, La Ward ............................... 6115 Faith Fletcher, Portland ........................ 6100 Mackenzie Chesney, Celina .................. 5950 ABC Belinda Lane, Navasota.................... 4695 Molly Smith, Lockhart .......................... 4175 Nolan Russell, Thornton ....................... 1120 Kenzie Kresta, Brazoria .......................... 740 Lane Thomae, San Benito ...................... 720 Andrea White, Bastrop ........................... 690 Clint Kresta, Brazoria.............................. 575 Keaton Schulte, Brenham ....................... 510 Rachel Cooper, West Columbia............... 480 Lauren Wyatt, Conroe ............................ 465 AOB Brittany Rodriguez, Sinton ............... 2770 Lauren Wyatt, Conroe .......................... 1480 Jasper Martin, Hereford ....................... 1450 Megan Grafton, Kosse.......................... 1260 Mackenzie Chesney, Celina .................. 1220 Haley Rae Tucker, Algoa ...................... 1215 Leighton Robbins, La Vernia ................. 1180 Cody Waggett, League City .................. 1035 Savannah Wright, Ferris ......................... 910 Jessica Oevermann, Cypress .................. 650 ARB Winston Walters, Brenham .............. 4040 Megan Grant, Richmond ...................... 2430 Todd Wellmann, Conroe ....................... 1235 Jenny Clopton, Montgomery ................. 1025 MacKayla McIntyre, Angleton.................. 745 Kenzie McIntyre, Angleton ...................... 605 Lauren Cloud, West Columbia ................ 435 Katlyn Smith, Beckville ........................... 330 Kathryne Scarborough, Angleton ............. 310 Kevin Guidry, Simonton .......................... 290 ANGUS Garrett Buccholz, Bardwell .............. 3450 Joshua Cooper, West Columbia ............ 1690 Dan Crownover, Italy ............................ 1580 Bayleigh Haynie, Kemp......................... 1515 Kyle Jones, Bleiblerville ........................ 1215 Katy Satree, Montague ......................... 1170 Blayze Bierschwale, Copperas Cove ...... 1165 Maddison Holder, Cleburne .................... 785 Morgan Davis, Henderson ...................... 640 Justin Clopton, Covington ....................... 605 BEEFMASTER Rex West, Paris................................. 6240 Andrea White, Bastrop ......................... 6150 Jacob Willingham, Milano..................... 5140

Evan Forshage, Weslaco ...................... 4975 Kalli Ellis, La Ward ............................... 4515 Ethan Saye, Pilot Point ......................... 3925 Price Forshage, Weslaco ...................... 3500 Calli West, Paris .................................. 2955 Shawn Skaggs, De Leon ...................... 2570 Mabree Haliburton, Waco ..................... 2390 BRAFORD Hannah Callaway, Alvin ................... 2720 Katy Sheffield, Pearland ....................... 1065 Mason Koster, Alvin ............................... 715 Rider Combs, Cypress ............................ 635 Jordan Morse, Alvin ............................... 580 Kaylon Watson, Conroe .......................... 560 Makagan Mitchell, Dodd City .................. 405 Riley Leifeste, Center Point ..................... 375 Dillon Marburger, Fayetteville ................. 230 Charlie Kelly, Alvin ................................. 155 BRAHMAN Evan Acevedo, Mission..................... 6120 Haley Herzog, Robinson........................ 3100 Kursten Hughes, Bowie ........................ 2940 Tyler Choiniere, Madisonville ................ 2925 Peyton Levien, Woodsboro ................... 2470 Katherine Sexton, La Porte ................... 2345 Lauren Parker, Garland ........................ 2155 Allison Mays, Richmond ....................... 1520 Shelby Markwardt, Carmine ................... 755 Emily Forgason, Hungerford.................... 750 BRAHMOUSIN Winston Walters, Brenham .............. 1595 Tate Schiel, Magnolia............................. 830 BRANGUS Kaylan Viktorin, Jones Creek ........... 3300 Caroline Mott, Houston......................... 1860 Tia Lee Hunt, Gladewater ..................... 1605 Matthew Whipple, Burton ..................... 1585 Raymond Doreck, Santa Fe .................. 1575 Elizabeth Wishert, Magnolia.................. 1520 Adrian Whipple, Burton ........................ 1505 Austin Acord, Madisonville.................... 1465 Blake Wellmann, Brenham ................... 1150 Arron Adamek, Schulenburg ................. 1110 BRAUNVIEH Faith Fletcher, Portland .................... 3740 Collin Cass, Odem ............................... 2525 Shelby Rod, El Campo .......................... 2290 Mason Grant, Richmond ....................... 1330 Spencer Denton, Bowie ........................ 1025 Christopher Martin, Wharton................... 545 Cyndi Rod, El Campo ............................. 360 Jena McCall, Emory ............................... 315 Nevada Huffman, La Grange................... 255 Clayton Kirk, La Grange.......................... 210 CHAROLAIS Kyler Juergens, Celina ..................... 4810 Trinity Pedersen, Terrell ....................... 3385 Zachary Poncik, Missouri City ............... 2410 Molly Smith, Lockhart .......................... 2095 Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ............. 1550 Ashley Sims, Lumberton....................... 1295 Cody Steen, Houston............................ 1025

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Kaitlyn Harding, Plantersville................... 710 Kaylee Smith, Angleton .......................... 670 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron ................. 630 CHIANINA Meredith Born, Humble .................... 2820 Kassie Nash, Boling ............................. 1650 Kalli Ellis, La Ward ............................... 1600 Peyton Levien, Woodsboro ................... 1470 Ruth Laney Syphrett, Huntsville ............ 1465 Alexis Hargrove, Clifton ........................ 1120 Brittany Krueger, Wills Point ................. 1100 Charmaine Thomae, San Benito............ 1100 Laelah Bickham, Boling ........................ 1085 Jessica Oevermann, Cypress ................ 1045 HEREFORD Tracey Brent, Campbell .................... 4305 Katelyn White, Garland ......................... 1940 Braxton Cass, Odem ............................ 1265 Kyle Keahey, Grand Saline.................... 1115 Kaylie Marie Scherer, Garland ................ 920 Mallorie Phelps, Grandview .................... 730 Jena McCall, Emory............................... 655 Michael Hawes, Crandall ........................ 635 Kaylee Kuykendall, Meridian ................... 575 Emily Credeur, Winnie ............................ 460 LIMOUSIN Kayla Noel Liescheski, Liverpool ..... 5130 Grayson Russell, Mt Pleasant ............... 1885 Peyton Fisher, China Spring ................. 1380 Kandice Hubbard, Spring........................ 590 Harrison Lake, Sherman ......................... 535 Jayce Wilder, Snook .............................. 490 Justin Gosnell, Terrell............................. 485 Lauren Stowers, Bridgeport .................... 460 Cody Gosnell, Terrell .............................. 455 Michael Lake, Sherman.......................... 450 LOW LINE Morgan Davis, Henderson .................. 500 MAINE ANJOU Mackenzie Chesney, Celina ............. 4390 Megan Stammann, Richmond............... 2920 Ty Yokem, Spring................................. 2175 Delaney Klas, Southmayd ..................... 1780 Henry Blackwell, Venus ........................ 1525 Shianne Pedersen, Terrell .................... 1330 Rachel Cooper, West Columbia............. 1265 Tracy Coonrod, Katy............................... 875 Brittany Krueger, Wills Point ................... 820 Lauren Thomas, Raymondville ................ 810 ORB Ashley Sims, Lumberton .................. 4370 Victoria Osburn, Celina ......................... 4005 Delaney Klas, Southmayd ..................... 1540 Travis Goodrum, Huntsville ................... 1325 Megan Grant, Richmond ...................... 1135 Morgan Dyer, Columbus....................... 1005 Richie DeMoss, Bowie............................ 725 Sarah Diebel, Victoria ............................. 585 Kolby Perry, Conroe ............................... 450 Peyton Levien, Woodsboro ..................... 435

POLLED HEREFORD Ashley Radde, Axtell......................... 4945 Corie Rettig, Greenville ......................... 4725 Nolan Hughes, Bonham........................ 1790 Ari Adrian Montemayor, Laredo ............ 1745 Weston Kelsel, Schulenburg ................. 1580 Alexa Parker, Houston .......................... 1515 Richie DeMoss, Bowie.......................... 1230 Jason Brown, Clifton ............................ 1115 Katelyn White, Garland ......................... 1095 Scott Chachere, Dayton........................ 1075 RED ANGUS Rachel Schrank, Hamilton................ 2825 Wesley Walker, Dayton......................... 2155 Laelah Bickham, Boling ........................ 2145 Jacob Simpson, Eastland ..................... 1980 Torree Hughes, Allen............................ 1850 Ashley Fertak, Missouri City.................. 1325 Conner Neumann, Bellville.................... 1185 Chad Kresta, Brazoria .......................... 1180 Katlyn Smith, Beckville ......................... 1035 Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ............... 710 RED BRAHMAN Mary Kate Walters, Brenham ........... 3530 Logan Choiniere, Madisonville .............. 2750 Payton Herzog, Robinson...................... 2720 Winston Walters, Brenham ................... 1305 Kursten Hughes, Bowie .......................... 905 Holleigh Hollis, Pearland ......................... 655 Garrison Tullos, Bremond ....................... 515 Lauren Hollis, Pearland .......................... 500 Hannah Hollis, Pearland ......................... 405 Darby Oden, Marshall ............................ 350 RED BRANGUS Kelsey Munoz, Pearland ................... 3940 Cody Atkinson, Wharton ....................... 2360 Kade Bickham, Boling .......................... 2055 Audrey Acord, Madisonville .................. 1940 Kristina Pederson, Cypress ................... 1915 Allie Acord, Madisonville....................... 1800 Justin Joyce, Wharton.......................... 1305 Amy Roden, Algoa ............................... 1215 Devynn Nash, Boling ............................ 1020 Abbey Ivey, Brownwood ......................... 935 SANTA GERTRUDIS Jamie Stephenson, Anderson .......... 4630 Saige Combs, Navasota ....................... 4135 Braden House, Livingston ..................... 4115 Seth Tater, Inez ................................... 3340 Taylor Terry, Denton............................. 2855 Seth Lyness, Ben Wheeler.................... 2655 Clay Combs, Navasota ......................... 2575 Breana Tater, Inez................................ 2275 Mason House, Livingston ..................... 2220 Hunter Combs, Navasota ...................... 1620 SHORTHORN Brittany Krueger, Wills Point............ 3970 Ciara Acton, Katy ................................. 3265 Ashley Miller, Bleiblerville ..................... 2470 Evan Acevedo, Mission......................... 2400 Mikayla Yates, Dayton .......................... 2100 Courtney Simpson, Eastland ................. 1830


Faith Fletcher, Portland ........................ 1825 Cody Bishop, Victoria ........................... 1510 Meredith Born, Humble ........................ 1310 Carlee Latham, Breckenridge ............... 1245 SIMBRAH Emily Mullins, Golden ....................... 5415 Lauren Cloud, West Columbia .............. 4980 Katelynn McDaniel, La Porte ................. 1810 Braedon Raub, Lampasas .................... 1675 Maddion Jaramillo, Katy ....................... 1625 Kelsey Hodge, Gladewater .................... 1515 Cody Garrett, Cuero ............................. 1490 Cody Whicker, Waco ............................ 1460 Cole Daniels, Magnolia......................... 1280 Candice Tindle, Lott ............................. 1240 Ashlee Arnold, Belton ........................... 1240 SIMMENTAL Kelly Garrett, Cuero .......................... 3390 Dustin Hempel, Victoria ........................ 2335 Cole Cloud, West Columbia .................. 2330 Dylan Hempel, Victoria ......................... 2070 Georgia Blackwell, Venus ..................... 2025 Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ............. 1485 Laramie Huie, Sumner ......................... 1400 Mason Grant, Richmond ....................... 1200 Dyllan Schaub, Tomball ........................ 1135 Justin Gough, Princeton ......................... 875 STAR 5 Jamie Stephenson, Anderson .......... 3810 Clay Combs, Navasota ......................... 1445 Taylor Terry, Denton............................. 1340 MacKenna McIntyre, Angleton .............. 1185 Clint Kresta, Brazoria............................ 1020 Peyton Levien, Woodsboro ..................... 950 Keaton Schulte, Brenham ....................... 830 McKenna Schulte, Brenham ................... 830 Mary Kate Walters, Brenham .................. 760 Katie Buegeler, Alice .............................. 720

Steer Points ALL AROUND Kaylee Smith, Angleton .................... 7600 Abby Christian, Huntsville ..................... 7120 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron ............... 6720 Devon Shackelford, Comanche ............. 6345 Adri Jolly, Kress ................................... 5525 Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton ........................ 5405 JT Lowery, Douglass ............................ 5220 Kevin Doonan, Caldwell ........................ 4555 Travis Goodrum, Huntsville ................... 4485 Harli Holland, Moran ............................ 4360 ABC Caitlin Woody, Prosper ..................... 2355 Trent Arnold, Lindale............................ 1565 Harli Holland, Moran ............................ 1140 Kelli Tiemann, Industry ........................... 980 Kara Lynn Lucherk, McCoy ..................... 975 Kannon Goodson, New Braunfels ............ 825 Randi See, Friendswood ......................... 710 Victoria Scales, Santa Fe ........................ 580 Springer Brittain, Georgetown ................. 550 Presley Wilson, Hempstead .................... 510 AOB Tyler Conti, Texas City...................... 2630 Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton ........................ 2125 Cuatro Schauer, Beeville ...................... 1755

Meredith Born, Humble ........................ 1655 Ty Chumley, New Waverly .................... 1620 Payton Hunter, Lindale ......................... 1545 Briana Bugg, Odessa ........................... 1235 Maddi Cavender, Sherman ................... 1170 Samantha Schleyer, Boerne ................. 1085 Macey Jonas, Buffalo ........................... 1075 ANGUS Kaylee Smith, Angleton .................... 5170 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron ............... 3520 Hannah Franklin, Winters ..................... 1715 Samantha Schleyer, Boerne ................. 1475 Kodye Neel, Refugio ............................. 1470 Brynden Andrews, Como ...................... 1020 Stephanie Lastovica, Salado ................... 995 Payton Herzog, Robinson........................ 930 Blayze Bierschwale, Copperas Cove ........ 870 Mollie Lastovica, Fredericksburg ............. 735 BRAHMAN Kylie Patterson, San Antonio ........... 2030 Hunter Norment, Pleasanton ................. 1605 Caitlin Woody, Prosper ......................... 1050 Koy Kellermeier, Mereta ......................... 875 Katy Sells, Adkins .................................. 760 Kelsey Thomas, Santa Fe ....................... 640 Whitney Walleck, San Antonio ................ 485 Will Arnold, Ennis................................... 465 Tori Henderson, Odessa ......................... 435 Christian Guitterez, Lubbock ................... 405 BRANGUS Kevin Doonan, Caldwell.................... 2760 Haley Leifeste, Center Point.................. 1755 Wyatt Blaylock, St Hedwig .................... 1415 Matthew Duval, Conroe ........................ 1035 Tatum Young, Kerrville ........................... 955 Presley Wilson, Hempstead .................... 940 Will Hussey, Bryan ................................. 910 Ty Wilson, Nacogdoches ........................ 865 Joseph Van Hecke III, Lytle ..................... 700 Jackson Allen, Cedar Park...................... 685 CHAROLAIS Abby Christian, Huntsville ................ 3595 Adri Jolly, Kress ................................... 1915 HC Neel IV, Refugio.............................. 1750 Brynden Andrews, Como ...................... 1425 Kandra Goodson, New Braunfels........... 1375 Regan Delesandri, League City ............. 1160 Taylor Brehmer, Seguin ........................ 1135 Cuatro Schauer, Beeville ........................ 950 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron ................. 910 Preston Dorman, College Station ............ 900 CHIANINA Hannah Franklin, Winters................. 2315 Wesley Zoeller, Boerne......................... 1300 Courtney Simpson, Eastland ................. 1040 Austin Horne, Luling............................... 865 Haley Herzog, Robinson.......................... 835 Kennedy McFarland, Blum...................... 770 Tori Henderson, Odessa ......................... 705 Haley Leifeste, Center Point.................... 650 Meredeth Larson, Pilot Point................... 600 Landon Boland, Denton .......................... 575 HEREFORD Selynda Cox, New Braunfels ............ 3695 Devon Shackelford, Comanche ............. 3035 Tatum Young, Kerrville ......................... 1195 Kindle Catching, Howe ......................... 1195 Kyle Howard, Sweetwater ..................... 1140

Kiley Klas, Southmayd ............................ 950 Brynden Andrews, Como ........................ 910 Reno Hellmann, St Hedwig ..................... 685 Dylan Browning, Breckenridge ................ 660 Ashton Holloman, Lampasas .................. 550 LIMOUSIN Chase Meador, Nacogdoches .......... 2055 Austin Horne, Luling............................. 1920 Henry Heller, Lexington ........................ 1425 Braedon Raub, Lampasas ....................1240 Mason Jonas, Buffalo........................... 1240 Justin Alford, Humble........................... 1000 Kaegan Jeffrey, Sweetwater ................... 995 Kodye Neel, Refugio ............................... 935 Max McGilvray, Haslet ............................ 915 Jessica Kalina, Miles .............................. 905 MAINE ANJOU Maci Meador, Nacogdoches............. 2685 Travis Goodrum, Huntsville ................... 2465 Regan Delesandri, League City ............. 1365 Kandra Goodson, New Braunfels........... 1275 Adri Jolly, Kress ................................... 1215 Trenton Whan, McKinney ..................... 1150 Marshal Jonas, Buffalo........................... 935 Nathan Hilburn, Denver City.................... 720 Clint Lowery, Douglass ........................... 715 Taylor Shackelford, Prosper .................... 710 POLLED HEREFORD Devon Shackelford, Comanche ........ 3395 Lauren Macha, Hungerford ................... 2575 HC Neel IV, Refugio.............................. 1430 Catelyn Johnston, Loraine .................... 1135 Payton Hunter, Lindale ......................... 1090 Kade Clapper, Georgetown ..................... 960 Austin DeBerry, Whitewright ................... 875 Dylan Browning, Breckenridge ................ 850 John Kelley, Yoakum .............................. 755 Kevin Doonan, Caldwell .......................... 710 RED ANGUS Kaitlyn Kempen, San Antonio .......... 2495 Harli Holland, Moran ............................ 1505 Molly Stephens, Comanche .................. 1215 Trenton Whan, McKinney ..................... 1145 Tyler Vrazel, Buckholts ........................... 910 Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton .......................... 730 Preston Dorman, College Station ............ 690 Victoria Scales, Santa Fe ........................ 585 Jaylen Page, Prosper ............................. 460 Shay Wimberly, Tyler ............................. 335 SANTA GERTRUDIS JT Lowery, Douglass ........................ 3015 Devon Zigmond, Adkins ....................... 2640 Korby Kellermeier, Mereta ...................... 980 Riley Lucherk, Burton ............................. 855 Presley Wilson, Hempstead .................... 830 Shelby McCollum, Krum ......................... 765 Karli Kellermeier, Mereta ........................ 705 Taylor Schneider, Poth ........................... 610 Catelyn Johnston, Loraine ...................... 530 Cody Harris, Spring Branch .................... 460 SHORTHORN Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton .................... 2340 Ethan Bredemeyer, Winters .................. 1980 JT Lowery, Douglass ............................ 1655 Andrea Troxtell, Sherman ..................... 1560 Adri Jolly, Kress ................................... 1100 Jasper Martin, Hereford ....................... 1095 Kaylee Smith, Angleton ........................ 1060

Joelle Foster, Cedar Creek ..................... 970 Caitlin Woody, Prosper ........................... 915 Kriss Kellermeier, Mereta ....................... 875 SIMBRAH Haley Kinney, Santa Fe..................... 2285 Sterling Pieniazek, Denton .................... 1085 Hunter Odom, Prosper ........................... 975 Katy Sells, Adkins .................................. 935 Braedon Raub, Lampasas ...................... 905 Ashton Thomas, Temple......................... 725 Sophie Brittain, Georgetown ................... 720 Maddie Cobler, Huntsville ....................... 715 Max McGilvray, Haslet ............................ 570 Kollin Long, Seminole............................. 530 SIMMENTAL Abby Christian, Huntsville ................ 3345 Raymond Doreck, Santa Fe .................. 1595 Harli Holland, Moran ............................ 1505 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron ............... 1330 Kade Clapper, Georgetown ................... 1235 Shaelynn Rae Popham, La Vernia ......... 1220 Craig Todd, Damon .............................. 1040 Travis Goodrum, Huntsville ................... 1025 Logan Coufal, Temple ............................ 915 Brittany Blum, Howe .............................. 750

Lamb Points ALL AROUND Hayden Brown, Midland ................... 7665 Daniel Hinojosa, Mission ...................... 6820 Kayley Wall, Boerne ............................. 5925 Chris Taverine, Spicewood ................... 5445 Trenton Herod, Barry............................ 5305 McKenna Bergmann, Boerne ................ 4785 Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ................. 4495 Taylor Turner, Wolfforth........................ 3965 Jenny Vick, Liberty Hill ......................... 3915 Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ..................... 3760 PEE WEE Allie Floyd, East Bernard .................. 1540 Reese Richardson, Corpus Christi ......... 1150 Bryan Conner, Riverside ......................... 865 Carson Garner, Blue Ridge ..................... 680 Brantly Hoover, Midland ......................... 540 Bryce Hamlin, Big Spring........................ 490 Reece Dunham, Boerne ......................... 230 Grady Jonh, Buda .................................. 160 Coy Harris, Breckenridge ........................ 120 Tristan Truhlicka, Wilson ........................ 105 FINEWOOL - JUNIOR Sarita Short, Voss ............................. 1980 Reagan Hamlin, Big Spring ................... 1080 Mason Mathis, Conroe ........................... 835 Stran Stultz, Menard .............................. 635 Brennan Garner, Blue Ridge ................... 490 Cameron Crenwelge, Comfort ................. 465 Tanner Christie, Brady............................ 425 Jeyson Price, Brackettville ...................... 420 Maddison Truhlicka, Wilson .................... 360 Kobyn Ramey, Big Spring ....................... 345 Kristen Kuehler, Munday ........................ 345 FW CROSS - JUNIOR Madison Floyd, East Bernard ........... 2160 Ashley Richardson, Corpus Christi ........ 1500 Landon Turner, Wolfforth ..................... 1180 Brennan Garner, Blue Ridge ................... 890

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Kristen Kuehler, Munday ........................ 710 Tallis Butler, Berclair .............................. 675 Reagan Hamlin, Big Spring ..................... 520 Jadan Butler, Berclair............................. 510 Kaitlyn Klemke, Lubbock ........................ 460 Brigg Hawkins, Cleburne ........................ 435 MED WOOL - JUNIOR Erica Walker, Eastland ..................... 3370 Mason Mathis, Conroe ......................... 2735 Taryn Cunningham, Breckenridge ......... 2395 Tallis Butler, Berclair ............................ 2145 Jadan Butler, Berclair........................... 1745 Tanner Swinson, Sulphur Springs ......... 1575 McKenna Ballard, Weatherford ............. 1255 Maddison Truhlicka, Wilson .................. 1215 Chance Rushing, Huntsville .................. 1075 Kaitlyn Forrester, Saint Jo .................... 1000 SOUTHDOWN - JUNIOR Tristan Harbour, Gatesville .............. 1935 Tanner Swinson, Sulphur Springs ......... 1460 McKenna Ballard, Weatherford ............. 1405 Caroline Gavranovic, Wharton ............... 1170 Kaitlyn Klemke, Lubbock ...................... 1045 Chance Rushing, Huntsville .................... 990 Rodney Dunham, Boerne........................ 970 John Beadle, Riviera .............................. 850 Hayden Wuensche, Victoria .................... 830 Brooke Riggins, Olney ............................ 820 FINEWOOL - INTERMEDIATE Daniel Hinojosa, Mission .................. 1155 Chase Seabolt, Princeton ..................... 1040 Kayla Taylor, Snyder .............................. 655 Price Ruffin, Mason................................ 535 James Short, Voss ................................. 340 Ellen Hevenor, Bandera .......................... 330 Zena Goodwin, Alvarado......................... 320 Louis Ty Malechek IV, Bryan ................... 285 Kasey Byler, Ballinger............................. 245 Bryce Short, Lohn .................................. 240 FW CROSS - INTERMEDIATE Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ........... 2180 Daniel Hinojosa, Mission ...................... 1990 Taylor Swinson, Sulphur Springs........... 1565 Zeth Henson, Seminole ........................ 1290 Lauren Campion, Gonzales ................... 1155 Isaac Gutierrez, Victoria.......................... 955 Rachel Chabot, Dublin............................ 950 Kayla Taylor, Snyder .............................. 810 Hunter Riggins, Olney............................. 640 Price Ruffin, Mason................................ 515 MED WOOL - INTERMEDIATE Daniel Hinojosa, Mission .................. 3350 Kenzie Cantrell, Chico .......................... 2390 Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ................. 2315 Ty Ballard, Weatherford........................ 2125 Rachel Wallace, Krum .......................... 2105 Rachel Chabot, Dublin.......................... 1995 Chris Taverine, Spicewood ................... 1775 Kersten Criddle, Alpine ......................... 1775 Zeth Henson, Seminole ........................ 1425 Isaac Gutierrez, Victoria........................ 1420 SOUTHDOWN - INTERMEDIATE Chris Taverine, Spicewood .............. 3635 Abby Christian, Huntsville ..................... 1415 Jillian Williams, Odem .......................... 1115 Tyler Hardin, Blanco ............................... 935 Brennen Rushing, Huntsville ................... 800 Rachel Kaplan, Robstown ....................... 690

Cassie Fitting, Harlingen......................... 675 Kyle Ramsey, Navasota .......................... 670 Ashton Thomas, Temple......................... 530 Cody Corcoran, New Waverly.................. 430 FINEWOOL - SENIOR Jenny Vick, Liberty Hill .................... 2810 Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ..................... 2025 Ben Wyatt, Princeton ........................... 1740 Braeson Ramey, Big Spring .................. 1080 Ashley Yeager, Franklin .......................... 710 Bailey Minor, Snyder .............................. 575 Taylor Turner, Wolfforth.......................... 505 Hayden Brown, Midland ......................... 350 Mason Long, Sterling City ...................... 320 Yates Cypert, Sweetwater....................... 285 FW CROSS - SENIOR Hayden Brown, Midland ................... 3050 Taylor Turner, Wolfforth........................ 1945 McKenna Bergmann, Boerne ................ 1635 Dottie Cook, Ballinger........................... 1345 Brennen Johnson, Ropesville .................. 885 Bailey Minor, Snyder .............................. 780 Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ....................... 725 Kevin Ede, Uvalde .................................. 640 Taylor Scott, Boerne............................... 610 Alyssa Spruill, Stephenville ..................... 560 MED WOOL - SENIOR Trenton Herod, Barry ........................ 3120 McKenna Bergmann, Boerne ................ 2935 Kayley Wall, Boerne ............................. 2805 Hayden Brown, Midland ....................... 2660 Maci McCabe, Ropesville ..................... 1950 Brennen Johnson, Ropesville ................ 1725 Alyssa Spruill, Stephenville ................... 1615 Mason Miller, Ropesville....................... 1570 Taylor Turner, Wolfforth........................ 1515 Lacee Kight, Nolanville ......................... 1315 SOUTHDOWN - SENIOR Kayley Wall, Boerne.......................... 3020 Trenton Herod, Barry............................ 1850 Hayden Brown, Midland ....................... 1605 Dottie Cook, Ballinger........................... 1440 Oscar Flores, Penitas ............................. 725 Taylor Scott, Boerne............................... 610 Hailey Fitting, Harlingen.......................... 550 Jenny Vick, Liberty Hill ........................... 380 Brittney Johnson, Ropesville ................... 325 Ben Wyatt, Princeton ............................. 260

Pig Points ALL AROUND Zachary Curry, Dublin....................... 6000 Joey Lee, Riviera ................................. 5810 Peyton Hill, Nevada .............................. 5300 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ......... 5075 Shelby Sessions, La Porte .................... 4945 Brittney Boyd, Baytown ........................ 4350 Casey Lopez, San Antonio .................... 4145 Timothy Thompson, Burleson ............... 4065 Tiffany Wooldridge, Alvarado ................ 3920 Ashleigh Wagner, Pasadena ................. 3610 PEE WEE Erica Adams, San Augustine............ 3665 Ty Crouch, Los Fresnos........................ 2570 Mikaela Loerwald, Florence .................. 2000 Bailey Elkins, Franklin .......................... 1920

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Brooke Elkins, Franklin ......................... 1580 Briana Foote, Seminole ........................ 1485 Jaleigh Ivy, Midland ............................. 1185 Rayne Lacombe, La Porte .................... 1040 Kenley Ivy, Midland ................................ 800 Karlie Spoon, Alvarado ........................... 755 CROSS Joey Lee, Riviera .............................. 2915 Shelby Sessions, La Porte .................... 2805 Peyton Hill, Nevada ..............................2425 Ryan Sockwell, Huntsville ..................... 1625 Timothy Thompson, Burleson ............... 1470 Zachary Curry, Dublin .......................... 1335 Derrick Rankin, La Porte ...................... 1165 Lauren Spoon, Alvarado ....................... 1130 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ......... 1100 Dixie Taylor, Bullard ............................. 1070 DARK OPB Tiffany Wooldridge, Alvarado........... 1970 Sage Sale, Corpus Christi ..................... 1545 Jordan Oneal, McKinney ...................... 1530 Brittney Boyd, Baytown ........................ 1465 Kelton Ward, Farmersville..................... 1080 Micah Rainey, Florence .......................... 930 Timothy Thompson, Burleson ................. 625 Colby Fulfer, Nevada .............................. 585 Hunter Nabours, Martinsville................... 450 Ty Drury, Bluff Dale................................ 450 DUROC Ashleigh Wagner, Pasadena ............ 2450 Zachary Curry, Dublin .......................... 2235 Josh White, Nevada ............................. 1575 Sage Sale, Corpus Christi ..................... 1040 Devin Blanton, Ransom Canyon .............. 995 Kelton Ward, Farmersville....................... 860 Katy Janecka, Waelder........................... 815 Hunter Nabours, Martinsville................... 565 Cade Goertz, Rosanky ............................ 560 Konni Kelso, Seguin ............................... 425 HAMPSHIRE Joey Lee, Riviera .............................. 2895 Zachary Curry, Dublin .......................... 2260 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ......... 1790 Timothy Thompson, Burleson ............... 1690 Shelby Sessions, La Porte .................... 1540 Michael Smith, McKinney ..................... 1505 Ryan Sockwell, Huntsville ..................... 1275 Christopher Bustamante, La Porte .......... 950 Brittney Boyd, Baytown .......................... 870 Cameron Foote, Seminole ...................... 850 LIGHT OPB Casey Lopez, San Antonio ................ 2335 Brittney Boyd, Baytown ........................ 1375 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ........... 790 Shaelyn Rainey, Florence ....................... 690 Wesley Fehrle, Cypress .......................... 545 Chance McCrary, Farmersville ................ 420 Jarrot Foote, Seminole ........................... 415 Hunter Nabours, Martinsville................... 380 Reed Thomas, Rankin ............................ 345 Bradley Horry, Stephenville ..................... 330 YORKSHIRE Peyton Hill, Nevada........................... 2875 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ......... 1395 Casey Lopez, San Antonio .................... 1120 Tiffany Wooldridge, Alvarado ................ 1030 Devin Blanton, Ransom Canyon .............. 885 Hayden Sager, Odem ............................. 880

Julissa Gamez, San Antonio ................... 775 Ashleigh Wagner, Pasadena ................... 700 Shelby Sessions, La Porte ...................... 600 Morgan Winters, Lindale ........................ 465

Goat Points ALL AROUND Abby Christian, Huntsville .............. 11295 Tiffany Rooks, Crosby........................... 5470 Kaylee Janow, Eagle Lake .................... 5180 Trenton Henderson, Edgewood ............. 4410 Jarrett Conner, Riverside ...................... 4355 Reagan Thurman, Bryan....................... 4340 Brittany Estes, Orange Grove ................ 4275 Preston Gates, Sealy ............................ 3985 Maci Meador, Nacogdoches ................. 3740 Courtney Millsap, Quinlan..................... 3500 PEE WEE Aspen Martin, Mason ....................... 1560 Allie Floyd, East Bernard ........................ 415 Bryan Conner, Riverside ......................... 360 Abigail Johnson, Mexia .......................... 270 Courtney Thurman, Bryan....................... 245 Lindsey Witt, Lorena .............................. 200 Amberly Hunt, Whitney........................... 150 Kyle Lee, Riviera .................................... 140 Sydney Orsborn, Wills Point.................... 120 Ty Lamar, Bowie .................................... 115 JUNIOR Jarrett Conner, Riverside ................. 4065 Reagan Thurman, Bryan....................... 3970 Sage Cupps, Comanche ....................... 2945 Dahlton Lambright, Highlands ............... 2585 Henry Bird, Alvin .................................. 1900 Marlee Dewald, Kempner ..................... 1370 Ian Cobb, Slaton .................................. 1080 Chance Rushing, Huntsville .................... 915 Katelynn Kegebein, George West ............ 880 Travis Davis, Lyford................................ 830 INTERMEDIATE Abby Christian, Huntsville .............. 10715 Kaylee Janow, Eagle Lake .................... 4970 Trenton Henderson, Edgewood ............. 4330 Maci Meador, Nacogdoches ................. 3240 Courtney Millsap, Quinlan..................... 3220 Tanna Cupps, Comanche ..................... 2970 Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ................. 2950 Miranda Coates, Sinton ........................ 1795 Ty Pauly, Lometa ................................. 1755 Marley Smart, Gatesville....................... 1540 SENIOR Tiffany Rooks, Crosby ...................... 5240 Brittany Estes, Orange Grove ................ 4025 Preston Gates, Sealy ............................ 3815 Ashley Thomas, Lavon ......................... 2825 Rebecca Wilson, Stephenville ............... 2015 Morgan Smart, Gatesville ..................... 1620 Ashley Kanaman, Campbell .................. 1495 Maddie Mae Bird, Alvin ........................ 1470 Cuatro Schauer, Beeville ...................... 1430 Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ..................... 1285


Final Points Standings

Heifer Points JUNIOR HEIFER - REGION 1

Jasper Martin, Hereford ................... 1450 Rylee Barber, Channing...............................720 Myka Blissard, Big Spring............................480

INTERMEDIATE HEIFER - REGION 1 McKalah Robinson, Canyon ............... 840 Christian Guitterez, Lubbock ........................330 Alexis Pinkert, Levelland..............................245

SENIOR HEIFER - REGION 1 Brett Price, Lubbock........................... 585 Colton Hicks, Dalhart...................................555 Jacob Silhan, Morton ..................................525

JUNIOR HEIFER - REGION 2 Kursten Hughes, Bowie .................... 3045 Taylor Terry, Denton..................................2175 Braedon Raub, Lampasas .........................1715

INTERMEDIATE HEIFER - REGION 2 Haley Herzog, Robinson ................... 1915 Courtney Simpson, Eastland ......................1300 Blayze Bierschwale, Copperas Cove ...........1275

SENIOR HEIFER - REGION 2 Jacob Willingham, Milano................ 3330 Katy Satree, Montague ..............................1810

INTERMEDIATE HEIFER - REGION 3

INTERMEDIATE STEER - REGION 1

INTERMEDIATE STEER - REGION 4

Emily Mullins, Golden ....................... 3485

Clancey Gruben, Snyder ................... 1335

Abby Christian, Huntsville ................ 7105

Victoria Osburn, Celina ..............................3460

Kaegan Jeffrey, Sweetwater ......................1215

Travis Goodrum, Huntsville ........................3280

Kyler Juergens, Celina ..............................3030

Briana Bugg, Odessa ................................1150

Tyler Conti, Texas City...............................2730

SENIOR HEIFER - REGION 3

SENIOR STEER - REGION 1

SENIOR STEER - REGION 4

Brittany Krueger, Wills Point............ 5605

Adri Jolly, Kress................................ 3535

Kevin Doonan, Caldwell.................... 4080

Rex West, Paris ........................................4940

Lacy Law, Midland ....................................1200

Lauren Macha, Hungerford ........................2385

Mackenzie Chesney, Celina .......................4400

Nathan Hilburn, Denver City.......................1115

Matthew Duval, Conroe .............................1705

JUNIOR HEIFER - REGION 4

JUNIOR STEER - REGION 2

JUNIOR STEER - REGION 5

Winston Walters, Brenham .............. 6875

Braedon Raub, Lampasas ................ 2810

Selynda Cox, New Braunfels ............ 3865

Clay Combs, Navasota ..............................3685

Landon Boland, Denton .............................1190

Kodye Neel, Refugio ..................................2270

Saige Combs, Navasota ............................3685

Molly Stephens, Comanche .......................1115

Kaitlyn Kempen, San Antonio .....................2135

INTERMEDIATE HEIFER - REGION 4

INTERMEDIATE STEER - REGION 2

INTERMEDIATE STEER - REGION 5

Kayla Noel Liescheski, Liverpool ..... 4855

Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron.......... 4630

HC Neel IV, Refugio........................... 3265

Braden House, Livingston ..........................4315

Caitlen Doskocil, Buckholts........................2670

Haley Leifeste, Center Point.......................2615

Mary Kate Walters, Brenham .....................4200

Ethan Bredemeyer, Winters .......................1980

Emily June Kelley, Yoakum ........................1960

SENIOR HEIFER - REGION 4

SENIOR STEER - REGION 2

SENIOR STEER - REGION 5

Jamie Stephenson, Anderson ........ 11480

Devon Shackelford, Comanche ........ 5945

Kandra Goodson, New Braunfels ..... 3530

Lauren Cloud, West Columbia ...................7645

Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton .............................3890

Devon Zigmond, Adkins ............................2855

Ashley Sims, Lumberton............................6685

Harli Holland, Moran .................................3855

Samantha Schleyer, Boerne ......................2660

JUNIOR HEIFER - REGION 5

JUNIOR STEER - REGION 3

Peyton Levien, Woodsboro ............... 5400

Trenton Whan, McKinney ................. 2520

Lamb Points

Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ..................3755

Brynden Andrews, Como ...........................1770

Kalli Ellis, La Ward ....................................3100

Kindle Catching, Howe ..............................1410

INTERMEDIATE HEIFER - REGION 5

INTERMEDIATE STEER - REGION 3

Kaitlyn Klemke, Lubbock ...........................1755

Faith Fletcher, Portland .................... 5095

Hunter Odom, Prosper ...................... 1520

Maddison Truhlicka, Wilson .......................1540

Evan Acevedo, Mission..............................3305

Maddi Cavender, Sherman ........................1255

Andrea White, Bastrop ..............................2705

Carter Akins, Howe ...................................1095

SENIOR HEIFER - REGION 5

SENIOR STEER - REGION 3

Kersten Criddle, Alpine ..............................1450

Brittany Rodriguez, Sinton ............... 3630

Caitlin Woody, Prosper ..................... 2710

Kayla Taylor, Snyder ...................................920

Seth Tater, Inez ........................................2840

Andrea Troxtell, Sherman ..........................1915

Charmaine Thomae, San Benito.................2330

Justin James, Prosper...............................1615

Delaney Klas, Southmayd ................ 2840 Seth Lyness, Ben Wheeler.........................2300 Calli West, Paris .......................................1490

INTERMEDIATE LAMB - REGION 1 Zeth Henson, Seminole..................... 2870

SENIOR LAMB - REGION 1 Taylor Turner, Wolfforth ................... 3695

Mabree Haliburton, Waco ..........................1510

JUNIOR HEIFER - REGION 3

JUNIOR LAMB - REGION 1

Landon Turner, Wolfforth ................. 1890

Steer Points

JUNIOR STEER - REGION 4

Hayden Brown, Midland ............................3455

Kaylee Smith, Angleton .................... 8120

Brennen Johnson, Ropesville .....................2500

Preston Dorman, College Station ...............1335 JUNIOR STEER - REGION 1

Mason Jonas, Buffalo................................1225

JUNIOR LAMB - REGION 2

Jasper Martin, Hereford ................... 1425

McKenna Ballard, Weatherford ........ 2015

Camryn Morrison, Midland ........................1200

Erica Walker, Eastland ..............................1940

Kacy Bland, Slaton ....................................1125

Tristan Harbour, Gatesville.........................1555

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INTERMEDIATE LAMB - REGION 2

Jenny Vick, Liberty Hill ..............................2030

INTERMEDIATE PIG - REGION 4

SENIOR GOAT - REGION 2

Pig Points

Brittney Boyd, Baytown.................... 3340

Rebecca Wilson, Stephenville .......... 1855

Ryan Sockwell, Huntsville ..........................2760

Morgan Smart, Gatesville ..........................1235

Mikayla Lokey, Baytown ..............................560

Kyle Wheeler, Lipan ....................................950

SENIOR PIG - REGION 4

JUNIOR GOAT - REGION 3

Rachel Chabot, Dublin ...................... 2985 Kenzie Cantrell, Chico ...............................1710 Ty Ballard, Weatherford.............................1700

JUNIOR PIG - REGION 1

SENIOR LAMB - REGION 2

Jarrot Foote, Seminole ..................... 2155

Alyssa Spruill, Stephenville ............. 1980

Colby Stevenson, Hamlin .............................605

Shelby Sessions, La Porte ................ 3375

Reid Tallant, Lavon ............................. 415

Lacee Kight, Nolanville ..............................1530

Dakota Thomas, Valle De Oro ......................410

Ashleigh Wagner, Pasadena ......................1920

Dusty Price, Corsicana ................................290

Derrick Rankin, La Porte .............................875

Blaine Gluck, Campbell .................................85

Dottie Cook, Ballinger................................1300

INTERMEDIATE PIG - REGION 1 JUNIOR LAMB - REGION 3

Mandy Stevenson, Hamlin.................. 925

JUNIOR PIG - REGION 5

INTERMEDIATE GOAT - REGION 3

Tanner Swinson, Sulphur Springs ... 2105

Brogan Henley, Lubbock..............................905

Joey Lee, Riviera .............................. 4720

Trenton Henderson, Edgewood ........ 3555

Brennan Garner, Blue Ridge ......................2055

Tyler Brumett, Hereford ...............................225

Tristen Cruz, Los Fresnos ..........................1465

Courtney Millsap, Quinlan..........................2325

Julissa Gamez, San Antonio ........................655

Maci Meador, Nacogdoches ........................620

Malorie Kilgore, Greenville .............................75

SENIOR PIG - REGION 1

Shelby Swinnea, Palestine .............................75

Cameron Foote, Seminole ................ 1880

INTERMEDIATE PIG - REGION 5

SENIOR GOAT - REGION 3

INTERMEDIATE LAMB - REGION 3

Devin Blanton, Ransom Canyon .................1420

Sage Sale, Corpus Christi................. 2895

Ashley Thomas, Lavon ..................... 2360

Taylor Swinson, Sulphur Springs .... 1710

Ryan Thomas, Rankin .................................460

Hayden Sager, Odem ................................2245

Ashley Kanaman, Campbell .......................1295

Reagan Langemeier, Marion ........................930

Anna Calhoun, Blooming Grove ...................425

Morgan Kidd, Princeton ...............................600

JUNIOR PIG - REGION 2

Chase Seabolt, Princeton ............................595

Shiloh O Bannon, Hico ........................ 795

SENIOR PIG - REGION 5

JUNIOR GOAT - REGION 4

SENIOR LAMB - REGION 3

Katelynn Butler, Stephenville .......................665

Casey Lopez, San Antonio ................ 4030

Jarrett Conner, Riverside ................. 4060

Trenton Herod, Barry ........................ 2185

Zane Drury, Bluff Dale .................................570

Konni Kelso, Seguin ..................................1300

Henry Bird, Alvin .......................................1835

Corey Lassman, Victoria ............................1190

Reagan Thurman, Bryan............................1615

Goat Points

INTERMEDIATE GOAT - REGION 4

Ben Wyatt, Princeton ................................1735

INTERMEDIATE PIG - REGION 2

Cindy Geier, Carrollton ................................205

Jordan Hafley, Rockdale .................... 725 JUNIOR LAMB - REGION 4

Cheyenne Bullock, Krum .............................545

Mason Mathis, Conroe ..................... 3110

Maddison Holder, Cleburne .........................500 JUNIOR GOAT - REGION 1

Madison Floyd, East Bernard .....................2160

Abby Christian, Huntsville ................ 9000 Kaylee Janow, Eagle Lake .........................3685 Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ......................2140

Chance Rushing, Huntsville .......................1865

SENIOR PIG - REGION 2

Ian Cobb, Slaton ................................. 405

Zachary Curry, Dublin....................... 3100

Jacey Snapp, Lubbock ................................190

SENIOR GOAT - REGION 4

INTERMEDIATE LAMB - REGION 4

Tiffany Wooldridge, Alvarado .....................2780

Alexis Hogan, Trent .....................................180

Preston Gates, Sealy ........................ 3535

Garrett Kunetka, Fayetteville ........... 2935

Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson ..............2315

Tiffany Rooks, Crosby................................2415

INTERMEDIATE GOAT - REGION 1

Abby Christian, Huntsville ..........................2605

Maddie Mae Bird, Alvin .............................1405

JUNIOR PIG - REGION 3

Zeth Henson, Seminole....................... 550

Kelton Ward, Farmersville ................ 1320

Lindsey Cobb, Slaton ..................................410

JUNIOR GOAT - REGION 5

SENIOR LAMB - REGION 4

Nathan Acuff, Farmersville ..........................960

Morgan Luce, Coahoma ..............................155

Travis Davis, Lyford ............................ 830

Ashley Yeager, Franklin ................... 1880

Colby Fulfer, Nevada ...................................520

Brennen Rushing, Huntsville ......................1760

Katelynn Kegebein, George West .................815

SENIOR GOAT - REGION 1

Jacob Brown, College Station ......................435

Jordan Myska, Robstown ............................810

Ashleigh Wagner, Pasadena ........................190

INTERMEDIATE PIG - REGION 3

Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton .................. 770

Whiney Grahtham, Brenham ........................190

Peyton Hill, Nevada........................... 2740

Kortney Williams, Floydada ..........................470

INTERMEDIATE GOAT - REGION 5

Michael Smith, McKinney ..........................1795

Tori Smith, Dumas ......................................445

Miranda Coates, Sinton .................... 1795

JUNIOR LAMB - REGION 5

Josh White, Nevada ..................................1020

Tallis Butler, Berclair........................ 2885

Clancy McFall, Riviera ...............................1260

JUNIOR GOAT - REGION 2

Kaitlyn Pittman, Corpus Christi...................1225

Jadan Butler, Berclair................................2390

SENIOR PIG - REGION 3

Sage Cupps, Comanche ................... 2610

Ashley Richardson, Corpus Christi .............1780

Jordan Oneal, McKinney .................. 1120

Marlee Dewald, Kempner ..........................1200

SENIOR GOAT - REGION 5

Rebecca Oates, Royse City ........................1120

Jaylin Smith, Zephyr ...................................485

Brittany Estes, Orange Grove ........... 3020

INTERMEDIATE LAMB - REGION 5

Morgan Winters, Lindale .............................820

Daniel Hinojosa, Mission .................. 5710

Brittany Vasquez, San Antonio ...................1260

INTERMEDIATE GOAT - REGION 2

Chris Taverine, Spicewood ........................4410

JUNIOR PIG - REGION 4

Tanna Cupps, Comanche ................. 2645

Lauren Campion, Gonzales ........................2025

Wesley Fehrle, Cypress .................... 1125

Ty Pauly, Lometa ......................................1575

Christopher Bustamante, La Porte ...............845

Dalton Meadowes, Paradise ......................1165

SENIOR LAMB - REGION 5

Kaylee Ginn, Santa Fe .................................685

McKenna Bergmann, Boerne ........... 3095 Kayley Wall, Boerne ..................................2245

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Cuatro Schauer, Beeville ...........................1005


Final Points Standings

Heifer Points JUNIOR Kalli Ellis, La Ward.............................. 550

Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ...........400 Payton Herzog, Robinson....................400 Mikenzie Yates, Dayton ......................210 Peyton Levien, Woodsboro .................200 Wesley Walker, Dayton.......................170 Jason Brown, Clifton ..........................170 Zane Westbrook, Hendrix ...................160 Taylor Terry, Denton...........................150 Ashley Simpson, Eastland...................130 INTERMEDIATE Haley Herzog, Robinson ..................... 580

Blayze Bierschwale, Copperas Cove ....440 Courtney Simpson, Eastland ...............360 Andrea White, Bastrop .......................300 Mary Kate Walters, Brenham ..............250 Mikayla Yates, Dayton ........................250 Evan Acevedo, Mission.......................220 Victoria Osburn, Celina .......................200 Faith Fletcher, Portland ......................160 Candice Tindle, Lott ...........................130 SENIOR Ashley Radde, Axtell........................... 480

Meredith Born, Humble ......................440 Taylor Haliburton, Waco .....................250 Kaylee Kuykendall, Meridian ...............220 Zachary Poncik, Missouri City .............220 Brett Price, Lubbock ..........................160 Spencer Roberts, Gober .....................160 Mackenzie Chesney, Celina ................160 Ashley Miller, Bleiblerville ...................130 Sara Nilson, Prosper ..........................130

Steer Points JUNIOR Payton Herzog, Robinson ................... 450

Kylie Patterson, San Antonio ...............380 Delaney Klas, Southmayd ...................380 Ashley Simpson, Eastland...................220 Taylor Schertz, Denton .......................190 Morgan Thomas, Raymondville ...........180 Aaron Hernandez, Odessa ..................150 Riley Leifeste, Center Point .................130 Kaitlyn Kempen, San Antonio ..............130 Kalli Ellis, La Ward .............................120 Molly Stephens, Comanche ................120 INTERMEDIATE Haley Herzog, Robinson ..................... 590

Blayze Bierschwale, Copperas Cove ....490

Briana Bugg, Odessa .........................310 Brooke Blum, Howe ...........................250 Kennedy McFarland, Blum..................210 Courtney Simpson, Eastland ...............210 Travis Goodrum, Huntsville .................200 Emily June Kelley, Yoakum .................180 Jonathan McAnulty, Cameron .............150 Haley Leifeste, Center Point................140 SENIOR Devon Shackelford, Comanche .......... 530

Meredith Born, Humble ......................510 Brittany Blum, Howe ..........................400 Hannah Franklin, Winters ...................350 Kendall Welfel, Cypress ......................180 Justin Alford, Humble.........................160 Kyle Howard, Sweetwater ...................150 Isaac Wenzel, Hamilton ......................140 Brett Price, Lubbock ..........................130 Will Arnold, Ennis...............................120 Kara Lynn Lucherk, McCoy .................120

Pig Points PEE-WEE Bailey Elkins, Franklin........................ 600

Karlie Spoon, Alvarado .......................520 Brooke Elkins, Franklin .......................460 Mikaela Loerwald, Florence ................280 Rayne Lacombe, La Porte ..................280 Davin Sockwell, Huntsville ..................270 Kyle Lee, Riviera ................................210 Briana Foote, Seminole ......................200 Erica Adams, San Augustine...............190 Emma Holliday, College Station ..........130 JUNIOR Joey Lee, Riviera ................................ 600

Julissa Gamez, San Antonio ...............500 Jarrot Foote, Seminole .......................330 Madison Hafley, Rockdale ..................210 Micah Rainey, Florence ......................200 Kelton Ward, Farmersville...................190 Reed Thomas, Rankin ........................170 Shiloh O Bannon, Hico .......................160 Christopher Bustamante, La Porte ......110 Dakota Thomas, Valle De Oro .............100 INTERMEDIATE Peyton Hill, Nevada............................. 550

Ryan Sockwell, Huntsville ...................500 Brittney Boyd, Baytown ......................410 Dixie Taylor, Bullard ...........................360 Reagan Langemeier, Marion ...............310 Mikayla Lokey, Baytown .....................220 Jordan Hafley, Rockdale .....................220 Josh White, Nevada ...........................200 MacKenzie Taylor, Lone Oak ..............110

Sage Sale, Corpus Christi ...................110 SENIOR Shelby Sessions, La Porte .................. 550

Zachary Curry, Dublin ........................510 Isaia Gamez, San Antonio ...................410 Tiffany Wooldridge, Alvarado ..............340 Mary Hannah Winstead, Burleson .......330 Derrick Rankin, La Porte ....................320 Lauren Spoon, Alvarado .....................310 Austin Langemeier, Marion.................250 Caise Roese, La Porte ........................220 Konni Kelso, Seguin ...........................190

Lamb Points PEE-WEE Allie Floyd, East Bernard .................... 600

Bryan Conner, Riverside .....................280 Corbin Garner, Leonard ......................230 Carson Garner, Blue Ridge .................230 Grady Jonh, Buda ..............................210 Bryce Hamlin, Big Spring....................150 Reese Richardson, Corpus Christi .........90 Reece Dunham, Boerne .......................90 Alexis Marie Wallen, Cleburne ..............80 Amy Michelle Wallen, Cleburne ............50 JUNIOR Taryn Cunningham, Breckenridge ..... 540

Erica Walker, Eastland .......................400 Baylee Hogan, Franklin.......................300 Madison Floyd, East Bernard ..............300 McKenna Ballard, Weatherford ...........270 Carson Millican, Seminole ..................260 Tristan Harbour, Gatesville..................250 Rayanne Muenich, Seguin ..................240 Tallis Butler, Berclair ..........................210 Layla Hale, Calvert .............................170 Teah Patton, Silverton ........................170 INTERMEDIATE

Colton Fritz, Fredericksburg ................290 Skyler Bartek, Shiner..........................270 Sterling Yurrita, Bandera ....................210 Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ...................170 Tori Smith, Dumas ...............................90 Hayden Brown, Midland .......................80

Goat Points PEE-WEE Allie Floyd, East Bernard .................... 590

Aspen Martin, Mason .........................380 Abigail Johnson, Mexia ......................240 Bryan Conner, Riverside .....................230 Amberly Hunt, Whitney.........................90 Sydney Orsborn, Wills Point..................70 Courtney Thurman, Bryan.....................70 Reese Orsborn, Wills Point ...................60 JUNIOR Dahlton Lambright, Highlands ........... 440

Reagan Thurman, Bryan.....................370 Chance Rushing, Huntsville ................370 Sage Cupps, Comanche .....................310 Jarrett Conner, Riverside ....................290 Madison Floyd, East Bernard ..............290 Ian Cobb, Slaton ................................200 Aspen Flach, Gonzales .......................180 Jacey Snapp, Lubbock .......................110 Maddison Truhlicka, Wilson ................100 INTERMEDIATE Abby Christian, Huntsville .................. 580

Marley Smart, Gatesville.....................550 Maci Meador, Nacogdoches ...............500 Courtney Millsap, Quinlan...................280 Lauren Campion, Gonzales .................250 Kaylee Janow, Eagle Lake ..................210 Heath Tull, Lorena .............................210 Tanna Cupps, Comanche ...................170 Brennen Rushing, Huntsville ...............160 MaKayla Lewis, Springtown ................110

Cheyenne Millican, Seminole ............. 500

Lauren Campion, Gonzales .................380 Chris Taverine, Spicewood .................360 Ty Ballard, Weatherford......................310 Lorna Hale, Calvert ............................310 Jeb Hogan, Franklin ...........................250 Daniel Hinojosa, Mission ....................240 Morgan Kidd, Princeton ......................220 Taylor Swinson, Sulphur Springs.........210 Wayne Morse, Geronimo ....................180 SENIOR

SENIOR Morgan Smart, Gatesville................... 480

Stephanie Kahlich, Slaton ...................330 Brittany Estes, Orange Grove ..............250 Tiffany Rooks, Crosby.........................230 Ashley Thomas, Lavon .......................220 Colton Fritz, Fredericksburg ................190 Preston Gates, Sealy ..........................170 Kelsey Mazurek, Slaton ......................110 Tori Smith, Dumas .............................100 Rebecca Wilson, Stephenville .............100

Trenton Herod, Barry .......................... 580

Ashley Yeager, Franklin ......................440 Kayley Wall, Boerne ...........................430 Jalynn Muenich, Seguin .....................320 THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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May 1, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Mother’s Day Classic A & B Needville Youth Fairgrounds, Needville Contact: Trey Sawyer, 6001 Baker Rd, Needville, TX 77461; 979-793-6001 May 1, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Dulles Spring Spectacular A & B Fort Bend Co. Fairgrounds, Rosenberg Contact: Gene Poncik, 1915 Plantation Bend Dr., Sugar Land, TX 77478; 281-642-3001 May 1-2, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Freestone Co. Classic A, B, C, & D (Steers A & B Only) Freestone Co. Fairgrounds, Fairfield Contact: Becky Adcock, P.O. Box 737, Fairfield, TX 75840; 903-388-8313 May 2, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER Summer Preview / Summer Kick Off A, B, C, & D Grimes Co. Fairgrounds, Navasota Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243 May 9, 2010 - Region ALL TCCA-TCLA-TCMGA-TCPA-STEERHEIFER-LAMB-PIG-GOAT TJLA Camp Show A & B Brazos Co. Expo Center, Bryan Contact: TJLA, P.O. Box 1088, Crockett, TX 75835; 936-544-2787 May 15, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER Lehman Charolais World Charolais Congress Heifer Show (Charolais Heifers Only) Lehman Charolais, Tioga Contact: Lehman Charolais, P.O. Box 700, Tioga, TX 76271; 940-437-5900 May 15, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER Lone Star Beefmaster Spring Spectacular (Beefmaster Heifers Only) Hopkins Co. Civic Center Contact: Rhonda Lewis, 8387 FM 2451, Scurry, TX 75158; 214-693-7938 May 15, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER End of School Classic / Summer Send Off A, B, C, & D Madison Co. Fairgrounds, Madisoville Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243 May 22, 2010 - Region 4 TCLA-TCMGA-LAMB-GOAT Teague Young Farmers Goat & Lamb Show A & B Freestone Co. Fairgrounds, Fairfield Contact: Teague Young Farmers, 420 N. 10th, Teague, TX 75860; 254-739-2532 May 29, 2010 - Region 3 TCCA-HEIFER Cody Horton Mem. A, B, & C Loy Lake Park, Denison Contact: Hoyt Ivey, 89 Judy Dr., Sherman, TX 75090; 903-868-1733

May 29-30, 2010 - Region 2 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Milam Co. Weekend Blowout A, B, C, & D Youth Expo. Bldg, Cameron Contact: Sandra Waiser, P.O. Box 1114, Cameron, TX 76520; 512-446-6029 May 30, 2010 - Region 3 TCCA-STEER Tom Bean Mem. Weekend Steer Classic A, B, & C Loy Lake Park, Denison Contact: Tom Bean Ag Boosters, C/O Johnna Ivey, 89 Judy Dr., Sherman, TX 75090; 903-868-1733 June 6, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Texas Jr. Limousin Field Day Brazos Co. Expo Center, Bryan Contact: Texas Limousin Assn., P.O. Box 880, Krum, TX 76249; 940-367-4633 June 12, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER Summer Sizzler / Summer Spectacular A, B, C, & D Madison Co. Fairgrounds, Madisoville Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243 June 12, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-STEER Kendall County Classic A & B Kendall Co. Fairgrounds, Boerne Contact: Howard Skeels, 15 Kreutzberg Rd., Boerne, TX 78006; 210-722-7509 June 12-13, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER-STEER TX Jr. Shorthorn State Show Tri - State Fairgrounds, Amarillo Contact:Mike Blissard, 214 Morgan Ave., Big Spring, TX 79720; 432-270-8898 June 12-13, 2010 - Region 2 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Rockdale Fair Jr. Dir. June Jamboree A, B, C, & D Rockdale Fair Park, Rockdale Contact: Monica Garrison, PO Box 1582, Rockdale, TX 76567; 254-697-4392 June 12-13, 2010 - Region 2 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Milam Co. Summer Classic A, B, C, & D Youth Expo. Bldg, Cameron Contact: Sandra Waiser, P.O. Box 1114, Cameron, TX 76520; 512-446-6029 June 17-19, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER Texas Jr. Brangus Breeders State Show Washington Co. Fairgrounds, Brenham Contact: TJBBA, 2905 Woodland Hills Dr., Grapevine, TX 76051; 817-421-0339 June 17-19, 2010 - Region 1 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Panhandle Parade of Breeds A & B Ollie Liner Center, Plainview Contact: Angie Carver, 1824 FM 597, Abernathy, TX 79311; 806-298-2166

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June 18, 2010 - Region 3 TCCA-HEIFER Hunt Co. Jr. Livestock Show A & B Hunt Co. Fairgrounds, Greenville Contact: Maureen Lankford, P.O. Box 1095, Greenville, TX 75403; 903-454-6674 June 18, 2010 - Region 3 TCCA-HEIFER County Kids Co-Op A & B Hunt Co. Fairgrounds, Greenville Contact: Tommy Thompson, P.O. Box 121, Campbell, TX 75422; 214-693-4340 June 19, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER Texas Jr. Braford State Show Madison Co. Fairgrounds, Madisoville Contact: Texas Jr. Braford Association, 3403 CR 160, Alvin, TX 77511; 281-585-9718 June 19, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER TJPHA / TJHA State Show Amarillo Contact: TJPHA, 3617 CR 616, Alvarado, TX 76009; 903-348-3993 June 19, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-STEER New Braunfels River Round Up A & B New Braunfels Contact: Darryl Nowotny, 2551 Loop 337 N., New Braunfels, TX 78130; 830-627-6254 June 19-20, 2010 - Region 5 TCLA-TCMGA-LAMB-GOAT Summer Kickoff A & B Murchison Park, Mason Contact: Troy Ruffin, 3404 US Hwy. 377, Mason, TX 76856; 512-921-5014 June 26, 2010 - Region 2 TCCA-STEER Coleman Co. Weatern Syndicate A, B, C, & D Goree Expo Center, Coleman Contact: Dusty Graves, P.O. Box 13, Coleman, TX 76834; 325-280-2809 June 26-27, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-STEER Wilson Co. Summer Kick-Off Classic A, B, C, & D Floresville Contact: Wilson Co. Jr. Livestock Assn., 559 CR 406, Floresville, TX 78114; 830-393-8272 June 27, 2010 - Region None TCCA-HEIFER Texas Jr. Charolais State Show Rusk Co. Expo., Henderson Contact: TJCA, 48 CR 2306, Texarkana, TX 75503; 903-832-4578 July 1-5, 2010 - Region ALL TCCA-TCLA-TCMGA-TCPA-STEERHEIFER-LAMB-PIG-GOAT TJLA Belt Buckle Bonanza A & B HOT Fairgrounds, Waco Contact: TJLA, P.O. Box 1088, Crockett, TX 75835; 936-544-2787 July 9-10, 2010 - Region 1 TCCA-TCLA-STEER-HEIFER-LAMB Lamb Co. Classic A & B Ag Center, Littlefield Contact: Shayla Kloiber, 110 E 21st, Littlefield, TX 79339; 806-549-0990

July 10, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER Summer Classic / Summer Festival A, B, C, & D Madison Co. Fairgrounds, Madisoville Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243 July 10, 2010 - Region 4 TCMGA-GOAT Burleson Co. Goat Showcase A & B Burleson Co. Fairgrounds, Caldwell Contact: Mary Cass, 501 Pin Oak Dr., Caldwell, TX 77836; 979-324-3837 July 10-11, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-STEER-HEIFER Guadalupe Valley Pecan Classic A & B Guadalupe Co. Fairgrounds Seguin Contact: Holly Garza, P.O. Box 732, Marion, TX 78124; 830-914-3358 July 17, 2010 - Region 5 TCLA-TCMGA-LAMB-GOAT Cowboy Capital Lamb & Goat Classic A, B, C, & D Mansfield Park, Bandera Contact: Michael Derry, 9745 FM 337, Medina, TX 78055; 830-796-1437 July 17-18, 2010 - Region 2 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Rockdale Fair Jr. Dir. Summer Classic A, B, C, & D Rockdale Fair Park, Rockdale Contact: Monica Garrison, PO Box 1582, Rockdale, TX 76567; 254-697-4392 July 17-18, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER-STEER Huntsville Heat III A, B, C, & D Rockdale Fair Park, Rockdale Contact: Glenna Goodrum, 110 Southwood Forest, Huntsville, TX 77340; 936-577-0331 July 18, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-HEIFER Lone Star Classic A, B, C, & D JB Wells Park, Gonzales Contact: Daniel Boatright, P.O. Box 192, Leesville, TX 78122; 830-424-3544 July 24, 2010 - Region 5 TCPA-PIG San Antonio Classic A & B Comal Co. Fairgrounds, New Braunfels Contact: Julio Gamez, 15815 Augusta Corner, San Antonio, TX 78247; 210-601-0761 July 24, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER End of Summer Splash / Summer Extravaganza A, B, C, & D Grimes Co. Fairgrounds, Navasota Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243 July 24-25, 2010 - Region 5 TCCA-STEER-HEIFER Refugio Stampede A & B Contact: Amy Neel, 105 Vidauri Rd, Refugio, TX 78377; 361-649-1131 July 25, 2010 - Region 4 TCCA-HEIFER Back to School Jubilee / Back to School Bash A, B, C, & D Madison Co. Fairgrounds, Madisoville Contact: Bob Choiniere, 727 Pee Dee Ln, Madisonville, TX 77864; 936-348-8243


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Black 's Cream of the Crop Sale Saturday, June 5th, 2010 Selling Almost 600 Head

Kris Black Hereford Ranch Kris, Gay & Phylli Black Crawford, Oklahoma 73638 (580) 983-2363 Home (580) 309-0711 Kris’s Cell Tim Voboril (580) 309-0774 John Harvey (580) 497-6664 blackherefordranch.com blackherefordranch@ hotmail.com 17 miles north of Cheyenne, Oklahoma on Hwy. 33

Call Today for a Sale Book! SALE MANAGEMENT: C. Collins, Inc. 580-305-0001 Day Cell New Mail List Requests 1-800-975-6313 or catalog@pldi.net Auctioneer: Steve Bonham THE SHOWBOX | MAY - JUNE 2010

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Agricultural Insurance Agency .....157

Edge ...................................109 & 135

LJLA Membership ........................100

Showbox Breeders Dir .......... 154-156

Allen Bros. LLC ..............................60

Edwards Plateau..............................44

LJLA Thank You ..........................101

Showbox Exchange .......................157

American Royal ............................149

Featured.............................................8

Lone Star Elite ................................45

Showbox Issues & Subs ......... 114-115

Angelo Club Lamb Sale ..................23

Flying H ..........................................40

Luke James Cattle .........................123

Showbox July Isse.........................IBC

B&B Renfroe Club Lambs ..............28

Fowler Livestock ..............................39

Magic .................................122 & 157

Showbox Subscription ..................121

Ballinger Lamb Sale ........................79

Frankie’s Photos ............................157

Maroon & White Goat Sale ............80

Simmonds Club Lamb ....................26

Barker Photography ......................157

Friday Night Lights .........................47

Martindale Feed ............................125

Southpaw ........................................98

Bayer-Catosal ..................................32

Fritz Southdowns ............................75

McInnis Show Goats .......................80

State Fair of Texas ..........................81

Bird Cattle Co ........................... 86-88

Gillespie County Classic ...............143

Midwest Stud Ram Sale..................77

Sullivan Ranch .......................... 92-93

Bonanza .................................... 62-64

Gist Silversmiths ............................145

Milam County Summer classic .....146

Sullivan Supply .................................1

Bonanza Boosters ............................66

Glover Cattle Co. .....................3 & 95

Miller Cattle...................................152

Summers Best Meat Goat Sale .......59

Bonanza Entry Form.......................69

Golden Spread Classic ..................143

Mirando Valley Boer Goats ............60

Summer Kickoff Show ...................73

Bonanza Judging Contest ................65

Guadalupe Valley Pecan Classic ...147

Mock Bleeding Purple.....................51

Swenig Wether Goat Sale ...............48

Bonanza Rules........................... 70-72

Halfmann Show Goats ....................45

Mock Livestock...........................36-37

Tarleton State Univ. Workshops......76

Book Livestock ................................27

Harbour Livestock ..........................53

MoorMan’s ShowTec ......................33

Texas Beef Leaders .......................146

Bovine Elite .....................................10

Hill Country Wether Sale ...............40

Morris Livestock..............................52

Texas Junior Hereford ...................152

Breeders World..............................111

Holford, Randolph........................157

Moving On ......................................13

Texas Junior Shorthorn .................153

Brian Martin ................................. BC

Honor Show Chow .........................21

N&K................................................49

Texas Limousin Assn. Field Day ...144

Bring It on Sale of Champions .......42

Hunt Co...........................................73

NB River Roundup .........................85

Texasshowgoats.com .......................58

Buel Clark .......................................79

Huntsville Heat .............................142

Oxygen ............................................50

Titanium .......................................139

Burleson Co Goat Showcase ...........73

Hutto Livestock ...............................43

Panhandle Parade of Breeds .........141

TJLA Membership .................... 90-91

Cabaniss Club Lamb sale................22

Jacoby Club Lamb Sale...................28

Parker Photography ......................157

TJLA Patch Order ..........................84

Cactus Classic .................................38

Jacoby’s Show Feed .........................55

Premier ............................................11

TJLA Red Raider Classic ..... 136-138

Calfzilla ...........................................94

Joe Behrens....................................121

Raff Boer & Bead Ranch................56

TJLA Showmanship........................73

Cattle Visions ..................................89

K-9 Sharpening ..............................75

Ranch House Design ........................2

TJLA Thank You .................. 150-151

Champion Show Supply ...............142

KB Cattle ......................................110

Reagor Club Lambs ........................76

TJLA Year End Donors ..................68

Christian Cattle ...............................14

Keep m Sound .......................... 34-35

Red River Classic ............................44

TJLA Traveler ...............................152

Clark Angus ..................................143

Kelly Meat Goats ............................57

Refugio-Mission River ..................152

Total Goat .......................................41

Coleman Co. Western Syndicate ..142

Kendall Classic ..............................148

Rockdale Fair ................................146

Turner Livestock .............................48

Cool Calf ......................................149

KNC................................................30

Ross Burdick Show Steers .............117

Tusa Show Cattle ..............................9

Copyright ..........................................7

Kris Black ........................ FC & 17-20

Ruffin Club Lambs..........................29

V8 Ranch ...................................... 4-5

Cottonfield Classic ........................148

LaCopa Ranch ................................79

Saddle and Sirlion Futurities. 120-121

Weaver Leather .............................119

Cover Story ...................................171

Lamb County Classic ......................74

Sale Day USA .................................15

Wilson Co Summer Kickoff .........146

Cowley Show Goats ........................46

Last Chance Show Calf Sale ..........94

Sanders ............................................75

www.theshowbox.com ...................118

Crockett-Kimble Connection .........74

Lee Camp Goat Sale .......................81

SB Cattle Company ........................16

Young & Rogers ............................157

Custom Tack ...................................12

Legends I Club Lamb .....................26

SEK Genetics ........................ 112-113

Divas in Red..................................116

Lehmberg ........................................61

Shane Meier Cattle Camp ............140

Duelm Prevailing Genetics...........IFC

Little Lambs ....................................75

Showbloom ...................................117

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1st Annual Production Sale

Here is your chance to get proven genetics that produce champions year after year. Selling 30 head of Elite bred females, Donor Cows, Various Embryo Packages, Rights to Flush, and Rare Semen. • Also selling some of our best prospect show heifers.

Breeder’s World Online Sale May 21-24, 2010 • www.breedersworldonlinesales.com

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer 2010 Oklahoma Youth Expo Mikka Harmon Sired by Pure Solutiom Selling a flush out of her.

Tag #850 Milkman x Magic Bred to Copper Penny

Tag #10 Dr. Hook x Play Ray Bred to Hired Man

Tag #812 Lightning Jack x 145 Witch Doctor Charolais Bred to Copper Penny

Tag #817 Carnac x Stinger Bred to Copper Penny

Tag #803 Heatwave x Witch Doctor-Anchor Bred to Copper Penny

Tag #125 Black Rhino x Hoodoo Dam of Reserve Grand Champion Steer 2010 San Antonio Livestock Show Selling embryos sired by Monopoly & Milkman

Reserve Grand Champion Steer 2010 San Antonio Livestock Show Kacy Bland

Copper Penny 2yr Old All sale heifers are bred to him

Brian, Sherri, Stock, and Saige Martin Hereford, Texas 806-578-4729 Home and Barn 806-683-5092 Cell • martin@wtrt.net www.brianmartinshowcattle.com

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