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MADISON LOSCHKE

Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female, ’21 Cattlemen’s Congress

KYNLEE DAILEY

Grand Champion Horned Female, ’21 Junior National Hereford Expo

KOY MOONEN

Reserve Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female, ’21 Cattlemen’s Congress

CHANCEE CLARK

Grand Champion Hereford Female, ’21 Dixie Nationals

DEVIN MORTON

Champion Maine-Anjou Female, ’21 Cattlemen’s Congress

FALLON GOHR

Grand Champion Polled Hereford Female, ’20 Hereford Heritage Showcase

HUNTER MORTON

Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female, ’21 Oklahoma Youth Expo

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Table of Contents

Headquarters, Blake Nelson Commercial Connection, Josh Cribbs Junior National Recap Announcements Junior Update by Cameron Luedtke Index/Dateline

Maine-Anjou Voice

LINDSEY BROEK, EDITOR/DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS 204 Marshall Rd., Platte City, MO 64079 Lindsey@amaapc.com, (816) 858-9954


Lover Boy

Champion % SM

Boots daughter

Champion PB Pair

b r e e d b r e e d b r e e d

Champion Bred & Owned

Boots Daughter

Reserve PB Pair Owned

Maternal Made

Bronze Bred & Owned Maine

Data Bank

4th Overall Bred and Owned Maine

Maternal Made

Champion Composite Chianina

Data Bank

Reserve Maine Angus

Garth

Champion Bred & Owned Maine Angus

m a t e r n a l

f o r

p o w e r

Maine & Chianina Junior Nationals Reserve Champion Division VIII-Irish Whiskey Champion Division VII-Daddy’s Money Champion Division IV-Daddy’s Money Champion Division VI-Data Bank Champion Division V-Data Bank Reserve Champion Division V-Maternal Made Champion Division IV-Data Bank x Recall Reserve Champion Division IV-Daddy’s Money Champion Division III-Garth Reserve Division III-Data Bank Reserve Division II-Maternal Made Champion Bred & Owned Maine Angus-Garth Reserve Maine Angus-Data Bank Champion Bred & Owned Maine Anjou-Garth Third Overall Bred and Owned Maine Anjou-Maternal Made Fourth Overall Bred & Owned Maine Anjou-Data Bank Reserve Division VIII-Silveriras Style Champion Division VII-Silveiras Style Champion Composite Chianina Heifer-Maternal Made Reserve Devision III-Style

Simmental Junior Nationals

Simmental Junior Nationals Fourth Overall Purebred Heifer-Maternal Sister to SAM Fifth overall PB Reserve Division Heifer-Lot 33 from Classic Reserve Division IV-Broker Champion Division III-Jass on the Mark x Boots Reserve Bred & Owned-out of a Broker cow from Classic Champion Percentage Pair-Dew North x Broker calf sired by Lover Boy Champion Bred & Owned % Pair-Dew North x Broker calf sired by Lover Boy Champion Bred & Owned Percentage Bull-Reckoning Reserve Bred & Owned Percentage Bull-Style Champion Division VI-Lover Boy Reserve Division V-Broker Reserve Division IV-Style Champion Division III Owned Percentage-Broker Reserve Division II Owned Percentage-Broker Champion Owned Purebred Pair-Daughter of Boots Reserve Champion Owned PB Pair-Loaded up x Boots (calf sired by Lover Boy) Lot 25 2019 Classic

Angus Junior Nationals

Junior Division VI Champion-Style Champion Division II-Style Champion Bred & Owned Bull-Money Earned Division IV Reserve-Style Division III Reserve-Style Champion Cow Calf Pair-Full sister to SandMan

Limousin Junior Nationals

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Reserve Limousin Heifer-Maternal Sister to Legal Third Overall Lim-Flex Heifer-Style x Riverstone Charmed (dam of Legal) Fifth Overall Lim-Flex Heifer-Style Champion Division VI-Style Champion Division II-Style Champion Bred & Owned Lim-Flex Heifer-Style

T he T rusTed B rand

Maternal Matters

Dew North Loaded Up Lover Boy Broker dam Lover Boy

Reserve Bred & Owned %

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CELEBRATING

50

2021

YEARS

of MAINE-ANJOU

NOV 22-27

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MAINE-ANJOU Headquarters

M. BLAKE NELSON AMAA Executive Vice President

Greetings, Well, this summer has flown by! The National Junior Heifer Show was a tremendous event due to the hard work of Lindsey Broek, her team as well as all the great sponsors. The Oklahoma Maine-Anjou Association were great hosts and helped provide a great experience for the many junior members and their families that attended. The 500 juniors representing 24 states exhibited over 625 head of MaineAnjou cattle the end of June in Chickasha, Okla., which is a record number of head shown. This event is one of the major highlights for the American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) each year by supplying an educational opportunity for our future leaders and showcasing some of the best cattle that Maine-Anjou has to offer. After leaving this event I feel both motivated and very blessed by the members that have and are investing in our breed, thank you! Just recently we have had two AMAA employees that have moved on to other opportunities. Rhonda Boddicker is retiring and I want to recognize and show my appreciation for Rhonda’s work and commitment to the AMAA, she has been an intricate part of the headquarters and the AMAA for over 30 years. Rhonda had been a great friend and mentor to many in our office and the breed. I also want to thank Paige Jones for her outstanding work with DNA and social media the last few years. I hate to AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 6

see these ladies move on but I wish both of you the best and once again thank you for your contribution in the betterment of the American Maine-Anjou Association. There are so many things to be planning for this fall; state fairs, national shows and the many spring born sales that will be offered. This is always our busiest time in the office so please work with us and we will do our very best to take care of your registration and transfer needs. Remember when you are registering cattle that need to be tested there will be a minimum of thirty days required to get test results, please plan accordingly. Some other activities that it is time to start planning for are our two AMAA National Sales which are the Bright Lights Sale in Oklahoma City and the National Western Online Sale in Denver. The Bright Lights sale has historically featured some of the very best herd sire prospects and females that our breeders have to offer. The National Western Online Sale is held in conjunction with the NWSS in the yards. This is an excellent opportunity to market your program at the Super Bowl of livestock shows. The nominations forms will be available in the coming months and if you have any questions please contact us. Our new genetic evaluation will be finished very soon and uploaded into Digital Beef. Take a look and if you have any questions or concerns please contact us at

your convenience. I would like to wrap up by thanking all the sponsors, volunteers, families and our staff that played a part in the Maine-Anjou National Junior Heifer Show, great job!! We truly have some of the most dedicated, selfless people in the cattle business that support Maine-Anjou and its members. Best Regards, Blake MAINE-ANJOU - Vision, Vigor, Value!


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MAINE-ANJOU Commercial Connection

JOSHUA CRIBBS AMAA Director of Commercial Development

We are into the heat of the summer, literally! This means we’re past junior national and quickly coming up on state fair season. Time certainly doesn’t ever slow down, does it? I’d like to take a moment to reflect on junior national. It’s always such a rewarding experience for me to be able to be a part of the production and creation of such an impactful experience for so many youth. It reinforces how lucky we are to have Lindsey leading our Junior program and how thankful we are as an association to have breeders and parents that believe in Maine-Anjou and its importance for youth development. It doesn’t make it forefront of most discussions, but young breeders make old breeders. When youth transition to adults, they remember the experiences they had and the fun they were a part of. They return home to become adult breeders and work hard on continuing to build the MaineAnjou brand. During junior national, we always tackle senior board meetings and look forward to the things that will impact our breed in the year to come. This time around, those AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 8

meetings included a discussion focused around completed research and what the next step is to move the needle – for not only commercial relevance, but also for breed growth in general. We are extremely fortunate to have strong leadership within the board – they’re able to discuss and decide how to best tackle the things that are going to make the biggest impact and movement for the brand we all know and love, Maine-Anjou. We are looking forward to furthering our research goals and some exciting partnerships we hope to continue to cultivate through the fall and next spring. These relationships will only further build the volume of verified and updated research we can use for marketing material and strengthening the red meat yield claim we have on the market! Each part of the year leads to a series of events that we get to travel to and be a part of. In fact, as I’m finishing up this article, I’m also packing for the first of many 2021 State Fairs. During my coming travels, I’ll get the opportunity to look at this year’s calf crop and set my eyes on the growth/progression our breeders continue to make. Before to

long, we will be in the middle of sale season and looking forward to the fall run of cow sales and national shows. Working for the AMAA continues to be a rewarding experience, and I’m thankful I get to work for a breed that has a focus on youth development, cattle research, and brand building. As always, if you need anything or want to have us come by, please don’t hesitate to call or reach out. I look forward to fall temperatures and getting back on the road to be able to promote the Modern Manie-Anjou! Josh (813) 967-6949


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Littles Leave A

BIG

Impression Story by Robin Kleine

Picture it – baby brother watches his sister practice her speech before they head to the show, another little sister trails behind her family as they lead calves to and from the wash rack, younger siblings watch older siblings from the sidelines while they do the judging contest. For kids under eight years old, historically there is not many activities for them at cattle shows. They are supposed to tag along, stay out of the dirt and nap in the stalls when they get worn out. Right?

But the Maine-Anjou National Junior Show is different. Exhibitors younger than 8 are allowed to show, and both the American Junior Maine-Anjou Association (AJMAA) and the American Junior Chianina Association (AJCA) foster a family environment at the event held in a different location every summer. When past AJMAA Board of Directors member, Kaylee Miller from Lacona, Iowa, finished her own junior career, she wanted a way to involve the younger kids at the show. She says that often younger kids can come to a show, and they do not feel included or AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 13


have a thing of their own to look forward to. Those same children might not be ready for contests or to lead around their own heifer, but still crave a way to interact with their peers. Kaylee is now the ag teacher and FFA advisor at Winterset High School in Winterset, Iowa. She, along with her family – dad Randy, a full-time farmer; mom Sheila, who works for the county health department; and brother Kaleb, farmer and recent Iowa State University graduate, have attended the Maine-Anjou National Junior Show for 14 years. In fact, they have not missed one since their first event in Kansas City, Mo., in 2008. “I think the Maine-Anjous are the most welcoming junior national, and the breed operates more like a family,” Randy says. So it was natural for Kaylee to stay involved with the show, even after her time leading cattle around the ring was completed. With the help of her family, and Lindsey Broek, Director of Shows, Communications and Events for the American Maine-Anjou Association, an idea was born. The first Novice Program was hosted in Grand Island, Neb. during the 2018 Maine-Anjou and Chianina National Junior Show. That first year in Grand Island, the theme was “The Grand Fiesta” and the Novice Program was called the “Little Amigos.” With the schedule that year, the first Novice Activity was before Opening Ceremonies for the show, and the Little Amigos made maracas to use during the big event. “My mom gets a lot of credit [for planning the events each day]. Having different activities that we come up with is a challenge. We try to do something different every year to keep the kids engaged and interested in coming back,” Kaylee says. Over the years, the novice activities have included making slime, decorating cookies and playing games with giant dice inflatables. Since each National Junior Show has a distinct theme, Kaylee and Sheila try their best to make all the activities match. In 2021, the “Let the Good Times Roll” novice activities included squirt gun canvas painting for the “Little Rascals.” A few of the parents expressed some concern over the idea, but Kaylee says the event went off without a hitch. The program has grown to include three of four days of activities during the National Junior Show, and costs $15-20/child with pre-registration. Each participant gets a t-shirt and brings home all of their creations. AJMAA Junior Board members serve as mentors for the Novice Program. They help corral the kids, keep them interested in the tasks and help answer questions the younger kids may have along the way. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 14

Pictured from left: Randy, Kaylee, Kaleb & Sheila Miller

Ice breaker games help everybody get comfortable with their new friends! Kaleb Miller just finished his own tenure on the junior board, and admits he was hesitant when Kaylee asked for the board’s help. But now, four years later, it’s a highlight of the National Junior Show. “From a junior board standpoint, the whole junior board loves doing the activities. Usually we’ll be working in the showring when one starts and we have to have a meeting to decide who gets to go to Novice and hang out with little kids and who has to stay in the ring and push calves,” Kaleb says. “The other

fun part is after you do the Novice Activities for a couple years and then you see those same kids in the show ring, they recognize you and smile or say hi when they see you.” Kaylee says that sometimes the kids are scared to be in a new environment. With the help of the Junior Board, the kids can be in smaller groups so the process is less overwhelming. They do ice breakers and allow the kids to ask as many questions as they want. “A lot times you’ll see that same table kind of congregate each day, and get closer to that board member


Pictured: The Little Amigos posing for their photo op at the 2018 Grand Fiesta National Junior Heifer Show in Grand Island, Neb. they met, or to each other,” Kaylee says. “I think that’s kind of cool, and it’s a good way to get to know each other and who the board members are.” Mikki Warnock, Urbana, Ind., and her husband Jeremy have three kids – Landree, Annisten and Wade – who have all participated in the Novice Program at the National Junior Show. She says the program has helped each of their kids feel involved and have a purpose, plus they get to show just like the older kids.“The Novice program is what initially drew us to this Junior Nationals. There is no minimum age and there is so much for younger kids to participate in all week long,” Mikki says. The Warnocks travel across the country, seeking this experience for their kids and attend shows of all sizes. “As a family we have been able to spend a week together learning, working, and building relationships with other families that have a passion for the show cattle industry just like us,” Mikki says. “We have seen our children develop a confidence in themselves that can’t be learned or taught anywhere else. Our kids witnessed the kindness and compassion of junior board members and the junior association directors as they helped them

navigate the ring for the first time at a big show.” Landree has advanced to the junior division bracket, but her younger sister Annisten is looking forward to next year’s events in Louisville, Ky. Both girls like doing the crafts with their friends and showing in the big arena. Plus, Annisten is excited for a folder of her own with her name on it with her necessities for the week. The whole family gets involved when it comes to execution of the Novice Activities at the National Junior Show. For Randy, it’s watching the kids grow and engage that is the most rewarding. “My favorite part is watching those really shy, quiet kids come out of their shell when those junior board members come sit at their table to help them with their projects. It’s awesome to just watch them light up and start talking and being engaged within the association,” Randy says. Fourteen years ago, the Millers attended their first National Junior Show in Kansas City, and were not sure what exactly they were getting into. Their friends, Mark and Deb Core from Pleasantville, Iowa encouraged them to attend because of the show’s nearby location. “I was excited the first year, but I didn’t know anything,” Sheila says. “Then, I looked

up and learned more about planning for contests. We’ve spent lots of summers preparing and the contests have changed so much over the years. It was a very good decision to go see for ourselves and attend the show that first year.” Through their own tenacity and dedication to doing well at the National Junior Show, both Kaylee and Kaleb have taken home several contest awards and placed well in the showring. In addition to their time spent on the junior board, they both have made friends with fellow exhibitors from across the country. While the Miller family may have aged out of the AJMAA, their compassion for the next generation of Maine-Anjou families is unmatched. It’s important to the whole family that everyone feels welcome and has a place at the show. “I want them to know that at 1:00 P.M. they get to see all the kids that are novice participants and hang out and have fun,” Kaylee says. “It’s just so cool to see those kids start building relationships. Later they can go back to the barns and play or hang out together.” ###

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MJ GIGI 933G

Champion Division 7 Nov. 2, 2019 ~ 510349 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank Dam: MJ Catching Speed 518 Exhibited by Kelton Arthur, Stillwater, Okla.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BBR MAFIA QUEEN 299H

Champion Division 6 Feb. 20, 2020 ~ 514929 Sire: BBR Memphis Mafia Dam: GVC Shania 80Z Exhibited by McKlay Gensini, Hennepin, Ill.

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

GRAND CHAMPION

MAINE ANJOU Females

JUDGE: Dr. Jon DeClerck, Texas

DATA CLASS

Third Overall - Champion Division 4 April 3, 2020 ~ 516565 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank Dam: Miss Recall Exhibited by Abby Tlach, Prole, Iowa AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 16

WSCC WINNIE 13H ET

Fourth Overall - Res. Champion Division 4 April 8, 2020 ~ 513820 Sire: Daddy’s Money Dam: DMCC Winnie 43W Exhibited by Hudson Drake, Chillicothe, Ohio

BBR RHONDA 20H ET

Fifth Overall - Champion Division 5 March 16, 2020 ~ 516587 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank Dam: BBR Zena 298Z Exhibited by Charlee Jones, Gridley, Ill.


CHAMPIONSDivision & Reserve

YNOT CATCHING JADE 837J ET

JPF MISS JASMINE 814J ET

DUP HOT TOPIC 0001H ET

CMCC HIGH RENT 0015H ET

GAMORA

BBR GCC DBTH HELLIN 103H ET

GCC SUGAR MOMMA H ET

BKMT HEART & SOUL 008H ET

BK JG GET THE PICTURE 9003G ET

BK GUESS NOT 9168G ET

BKMT GOT GAME 908G ET

Champion Division 1 - Feb. 7, 2021 - 520546 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank • Dam: YNOT Dream Catcher Exhibited by Cecilia Mursinna, Pleasant Plain, Ohio

Champion Division 2 - Sept. 2, 2020 - 519060 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: BK BOAK Xpertise 010 Exhibited by Neely Davis, Wheeler, Texas

Res. Champion Division 2 - Oct. 5, 2020 -519040 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: BK Ain’t High 3015 Exhibited by Chancee Clark, Muldrow, Okla.

Res. Champion Division 1 - March 5, 2021 - 520184 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank • Dam: JSC Velvet 112W Exhibited by Ty Pettigrew, Columbia City, Ind.

Champion Division 3 - May 19, 2020 - 518361 Sire: BOE Garth • Dam: EVFM MS M&M 82E Exhibited by Jackson Spence, Kathleen, Ga.

Res. Champion Division 3 - May 13, 2020 - 514896 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank • Dam: BBR Ellin 796E ET Exhibited by Kennedy Lockhart, Fort Gibson, Okla.

Res. Champion Division 7 - Oct. 18, 2019 - 509233 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: MTF Chit Chat 5022 ET Exhibited by Hunter Morton, Stratford, Okla.

Res. Champion Division 5 - March 12, 2020 -514183 Sire: BOE Garth • Dam: NMR O-04X Exhibited by Parker Schwarz, La Cygne, Kan.

Champion Division 8 - April, 23, 2019 - 505420 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: BK Xcessive 005 Exhibited by Regan Ringkob, Lake City, S.D.

Res. Champion Division 6 - Feb. 2, 2020 - 513210 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: BK BOAK Breathless 4004 Exhibited by Cassidy Barker, Kearney, Mo.

Res. Champion Division 8 - Feb. 10, 2019 - 502597 Sire: BOE Epic • Dam: CMCC Whats Up 906 Exhibited by Maddison Griffin, Kiowa, Okla. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 17


GRAND CHAMPION SUL COME & GET IT 67H

Champion Division 5 March 11, 2020 ~ 515576 Sire: GOET I-80 Dam: JSUL Dat Girl 7675E ET Exhibited by Caitlyn Skiles, Stephenville, Texas

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STECK WSCC LUCY DT 043H ET

Champion Division 6 Feb. 25, 2020 ~ 515821 Sire: Dual Threat 305A Dam: DUNK MW Lucy MB 610D Exhibited by Mercedes Ferree, Sullivan, Ind.

MAINEtainer

Females

JUDGE: Dr. Alan Miller, Illinois

WSCC STECK LUCY DT 046H ET

Third Overall - Res. Champion Division 5 March 3, 2020 ~ 515218 Sire: Dual Threat 305A Dam: DUNK MW Lucy MB 610D Exhibited by Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 18

GOF MISS DOLLY 215G

Fourth Overall - Champion Division 3 May 5, 2020 ~ 518623 Sire: GOET Driving 80 Dam: BPF Miss Me 528C Exhibited by Madilyn Norvell, Tuttle, Okla.

KANES JANA ET

Fifth Overall - Res. Champion Division 3 May 21, 2020 ~ 516877 Sire: HIGG Clockwork 88C Dam: Diamond Exhibited by Jackie Sleichter, Abilene, Kan.


CHAMPIONSDivision & Reserve

KMEM JUST BECAUSE 322J ET

MCCF JASMINE

JABR HAZEL 155H ET

BBR HAZEL 290H ET

JPV MISS VIVI 29H

WOLL ANNISTON 009H

CRLL MISS HANNAH 11H ET

MINN KATIE 981G ET

BKSH GABRIELLA

GOET MISS MICKEY MAE 1G ET

CRLL MISS FIONA 8F ET

Champion Division 1 - Feb. 17, 2021 - 520568 Sire: NMR Maternal Made Dam: ACR Juanada 4104 Exhibited by Koy Moonen, Yale, Okla.

Champion Division 2 - Oct. 10, 2020 - 519102 Sire: BMW Onset Dam: JABR Irish Legacy 50B Exhibited by Bret Pembrook, Fairview, Okla.

Res. Champion Division 2 - Dec. 2, 2020 - 520436 Sire: Mr HOC Broker Dam: BBR Zena 298Z Exhibited by Tyson Fox, Fort Morgan, Colo.

Res. Champion Division 1 - March 3, 2021 - 520501 Sire: LLW Card Snap Chat 220A Dam: TRJC Courtney 29C Exhibited by Sophia Shobe, Branch, Mich.

Champion Division 4 - April 17, 2020 - 515912 Sire: Daddy’s Money Dam: JPV Nanny 308 Exhibited by Vada Vickland, Longmont, Colo.

Res. Champion Division 4 - April 7, 2020 Sire: Plum Creek Paradox 161B • 498252 Exhibited by Abby Tlach, Prole, Iowa

Res. Champion Division 7 - Aug. 14, 2019 - 510263 Sire: Daddy’s Money Dam: BKSH 568 Exhibited by John Haven Stalvey, Alapaha, Ga.

Res. Champion Division 6 - Feb. 14, 2020 - 516028 Sire: Colburn Primo 5153 Dam: K&A Daiquiri 176Y Exhibited by Clara Ballanger, Moravia, Iowa

Champion Division 8 - Jan. 28, 2019 - 503021 Sire: C&C McKingley 3000 EXAR Dam: Miss Izzy Mae 1B Exhibited by Spencer Goettemoeller, Winchester, Ind.

Champion Division 7 - Oct. 24, 2019 - 509456 Sire: Colburn Primo 5153 Dam: JSC Katie 5S Exhibited by Coldar Cunningham, Darlington, Ind.

Res. Champion Division 8 - Feb. 13, 2018 - 489741 Sire: Irish Whiskey Dam: K&A Daiquiri 176Y Exhibited by Franchesca DeVore, Promise City, Iowa AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 19


K&A JOLENE 051H

Champion Division 6 Jan. 5, 2020 ~ 515802 Sire: Primetime Dam: K&A Lady 551C ET Exhibited by Addyson Lehman, W. Liberty, Iowa

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION WEBC HILLARY 01H

Champion Division 3 May 2, 2020 ~ 514716 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank Dam: MJP Purfeerst Elvira 419 Exhibited by Kenndey Vanzant, Perkins, Okla.

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

GRAND CHAMPION

MAINE angus Females

JUDGE: Dr. Jon DeClerck, Texas

MINN MACY 015H ET

Third Overall - Champion Division 5 March 23, 2020 ~ 515807 Sire: Colburn Primo Dam: MINN Katie 9B Exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 20

ASTN PRIMROSE PATH ET

Fourth Overall - Res. Champion Division 5 March 20, 2020 ~ 516132 Sire: Colburn Primo Dam: BTLR Radiant 12B3 Exhibited by Abby Tlach, Prole, Iowa

HBEC HALO KATIE’S BETH DUTTON

Fifth Overall - Champion Division 4 April 27, 2020 ~ 515054 Sire: Lazy JB Edge 8745 Dam: BPF Katie 564Z Exhibited by Taylor Barber, Brinson, Georgia


CHAMPIONSDivision & Reserve No Photo Available PKL HEIDI 209J ET

Champion Division 1 - Jan. 28, 2021 - 520425 Sire: BOE Garth • Dam: J&J Ever Entense 209 Exhibited by Isaiah Sallee, Porum, Okla.

ALAP PARAMILE 075H

Champion Division 2 - Oct. 7, 2020 - 520419 Sire: Plum Creek Paradox • Dam: HMC Sweet Pea 62A Exhibited by Kutter Dorsey, Shallowater, Texas

AK/NDS EXPECTATION 09H

Res. Champion Division 2 - Nov. 18, 2020 - 519531 Sire: Colburn Primo • Dam: AK/NDS Snazzi 817F Exhibited by Taylor Barber, Brinson, Georgia

ECC SARA LYNN 102J

Res. Champion Division 1 - March 6, 2021 - 520655

Sire: Daddy’s Money • Dam: CB Sara 715 Exhibited by Adelyda Ebersole, Kellerton, Iowa

WSCC CHLOE ET

Res. Champion Division 3 - May 7, 2020 - 519223 Sire: BOE Garth • Dam: BPC CVV Adele 54E Exhibited by Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

No Photo Available KMEM HIGH CLASS STELLA 624H ET

Res. Champion Division 4 - April 2, 2020 - 512841 Sire: Silveiras Style • Dam: BWES WEIS Stella 23C Exhibited by Elle Moonen, Yale, Okla.

PLK ROYAL BLACKBIRD 9G ET

Res. Champion Division 7 - Dec. 29, 2019 - 514143 Sire: Daddy’s Money • Dam: SCC Royal Blackbird Exhibited by AJ Pospichal, Chambers, Neb.

No Photo Available TOF CINDER’S HOPE ET

Res. Champion Division 6 - Feb. 18, 2020 - 515820 Sire: Plum Creek Paradox • Dam: STRE Winnie’s Cider

Exhibited by Bailey Tomson, Westport, Ind.

CPC ROUSEY

Champion Division 7 - Oct. 11, 2019 - 511103 Sire: Plum Creek Paradox • Dam: CPC Knockout Exhibited by Brenna Wilkins, Bennett, Iowa

MCCF GISELLE ET

Champion Division 8 - March 10, 2019 - 500177 Sire: Silveiras Style • Dam: TJSC Harmony 125Y Exhibited by Sophia Shobe, Branch, Mich. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 21


MCKY REMI 0911 ET

Champion Division 6 Feb. 2, 2020 ~ 515739 Sire: BOE Garth Dam: PJWC Lisa Marie 706D Exhibited by Berkley McKay, Orlando, Okla.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION PDM BARBIE’S COOKIE 000F

Champion Division 5 March 3, 2020 ~ 511438 Sire: KBSC Simplify Dam: PDM Barbie 801F Exhibited by Paige Miller, Torrington, Wyo.

bred & owned

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

GRAND CHAMPION

MAINE Anjou Females

JUDGE: Dr. Alan Miller, Illinois

CARL HALLE 3H ET

Third Overall - Res. Champion Division 6 Feb. 25, 2020 ~ 515031 Sire: NMR Maternal Made Dam: BBR Bianca 490B Exhibited by Ryen Carlson, Julesburg, Colo. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 22

YNOT SO SWEET HOLLY 50H ET

Fourth Overall - Res. Champion Division 5 March 4, 2020 ~ 513056 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank Dam: JSC So Sweet 158B Exhibited by Hannah Topmiller, Pleasant Plain, Ohio

CGCC DOTTIE 013H ET

Fifth Overall - Champion Division 2 Aug. 19, 2020~ 516719 Sire: Daddy’s Money Dam: CMCC Enter Up 708 ET Exhibited by Caddo Craft, Anadarko, Okla.


CHAMPIONS Division & Reserve

JPF MISS JASMINE 814J ET

CGY MISS 80 ROSA

CJP PRUETS HEIDI

CFF SMORES

PRV HEAVAN SENT 276H

MASC WHISKIN EMMA

VRC BETTY 17H

KKKG MISS GIA 974G

TGLC TIA 9XM3

EMERALD

Champion Division 1 - March 5, 2021 - 520184 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank • Dam: JSC Velvet 112W Exhibited by Ty Pettigrew, Columbia City, Ind.

Res. Champion Division 2 - Oct. 10, 2020 - 519806 Sire: KBSC Simplify • Dam: TTTS Nina 29F Exhibited by Carter Pruet, Danville, Ind.

Champion Division 3 - June 3, 2020 - 512288 Sire: BNWZ Data Bank • Dam: BUCK BK Calliope 5134 Exhibited by Lillian Christian, Purcell, Okla.

Res. Champion Division 1 - April 3, 2021 - 520181 Sire: GOET I80 • Dam: EGY Anna Exhibited by Connor Yochum, Hillsboro, Ohio

Res. Champion Division 3 - May 1, 2020 - 520515 Sire: PRV Double Down • Dam: SXG Becky 61D Exhibited by Haley Ringkob, Lake City, S.D.

Champion Division 4 - April 1, 2020 - 513721 Sire: MINN Hard Whiskey • Dam: SS K&S Emily 707 Exhibited by Maddie Smith, Athens, Texas

Res. Champion Division 7 - Sept. 28, 2019 - 502294 Sire: TGLC TUFF • Dam: JDF TDT Hard Core 2A Exhibited by Mackenzie Moldenhauer, Valley Center, Kan.

Res. Champion Division 4 - April 28, 2020 - 520487 Sire: GOET I80 • Dam: BPET Miss Molly Exhibited by Thomas Welch, Denison, Iowa

Champion Division 8 - Sept. 5, 2018 - 495899 Sire: GVC SUH 01W • Dam: Master Countless 57 Exhibited by Jakob LaBlue, Cashion, Okla.

Champion Division 7 - Dec. 26, 2019 - 514050 Sire: NMR Maternal Made•Dam: Miss America Erica Exhibited by Renee Grimm, Audubon, Iowa


GRAND CHAMPION DUNK MISSY 05H

Champion Division 5 March 19, 2020 ~ 519003 Sire: DUAL Threat 305A Dam: SRR Miss 5F ET Exhibited by Hadley Dunklau, Wayne, Neb.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION WSCC STECK LUCY DT 046H ET Res. Champion Division 5 March 3, 2020 ~ 515218 Sire: DUAL Threat 305A Dam: DUNK MW Lucy MB 610D Exhibited by Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

bred & owned

MAINEtainer

Females

JUDGE: Dr. Jon DeClerck, Texas

GOET MISS MICKEY MAE 1G ET

Third Overall - Champion Division 8 Jan. 28, 2019 ~ 503021 Sire: C&C McKinley Dam: Miss Izzy Mae 1B Exhibited by Spencer Goettemoeller, Winchester, Ind. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 24

JPV MISS VIVI 29H

Fourth Overall - Champion Division 4 April 17, 2020 ~ 515912 Sire: Daddy’s Money Dam: JPV Nanny 308 Exhibited by Vada Vickland, Longmont, Colo.

CLA HALSEY 035H

Fifth Overall - Res. Champion Division 4 April 15, 2020 ~ 515784 Sire: BMW Onset Dam: MCNF 508C Exhibited by Chloee Clark, Muldrow, Okla.


CHAMPIONS Division & Reserve KMEM JUST BECAUSE 322J ET

PKL MATTIE KATE 214J

Champion Division 1 - Feb. 17, 2021 - 520568 Res. Champion Division 1 - Jan. 29, 2021 - 520420 Sire: NMR Maternal Made - Dam: ACR Juanada 4104 Sire: BOE Garth • Dam: BMW Can’t Fool Me 214C Exhibited by Koy Moonen, Yale, Okla. Exhibited by Kennedy Lockhart, Fort Gibson, Okla.

No Photo Available RBLT MISS MANDY

Champion Division 2 - Nov. 10, 2020 - 520269 Sire: Colburn Primo • Dam: Mandy

Exhibited by Braydon Reiboldt, W. College Corner, Ind.

KMEM CLLT HUGS & KISSES 852H

Res. Champion Division 2 - Dec. 3, 2020 - 520570 Sire: NMR Maternal Made • BPF Miss Me 852C Exhibited by Koy Moonen, Yale, Okla.

SMLD SUPER SWEET 530H

Champion Division 3 - May 23, 2020 - 515415 Sire: TG • Dam: BGRC Sweet Sensation Exhibited by Dexter Small, Neodesha, Kans.

No Photo Available JSS MAIZES FRIEND

Res. Champion Division 3 - June 2, 2020 - 520514 Sire: BMW Onset • Dam: OMG 7B

No Photo Available KMEM JUANDAS HEIDI 201H ET

Exhibited by Jadyn Herzog, Paris Mich.

Champion Division 6 - Feb. 27, 2020 - 510978 Sire: NMR Maternal Made • ACR Juanada 4014 Exhibited by Koy Moonen, Yale, Okla.

CHIL LIL KIM

MISS MAINE AIM CULRY

Champion Division 7 - Sept. 9, 2019 - 510709 Sire: Daddy’s Money • Dam: HPF/RYAN Perfection Exhibited by Calla Hill, Neoga, IL

NORA

Res. Champion Division 6 - Jan. 4, 2020 - 511952 Sire: Daddy’s Money • Dam: SIECK Look Again Exhibited by Megan Schoeder, Wisner, Neb.

Res. Champion Division 8 - April 11, 2014 - 446326 Sire: FBF1 Combustible • Dam: Miss Maine Aim Jamie

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GRAND CHAMPION LARRY

Class 13 First Place Aug. 13, 2020 ~ 520538 Sire: FL Front & Center Dam: MS Money Man 015X Exhibited by Kelton Arthur, Stillwater, Okla.

MCKY MOOLAUGH 0976 ET

Class 12 First Place Sept. 12, 2020 ~ 520610 Sire: Cowan’s Safe & Sound 116A Dam: PJWC Lisa Marie 706D Exhibited by Kamdyn McKay, Orlanda, Okla.

GRAND CHAMPION

WYF JETT

Bred & Owned

Class 13 First Place Sept. 14, 2020 ~ 520027 Sire: Black Power Play Dam: BR Lizzy Worries 813F Exhibited by Quinn Whaley, Eagle Grove, Iowa

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION LT IRON MAN

Bred & Owned

Class 10 First Place March 12, 2021 ~ 519870 Sire: HBEC Red Neck Dam: LT Jacecty Black Beauty Exhibited by Jadyn Herzog, Paris, Mich.

prospect steers

JUDGE: Dr. Alan Miller, Illinois AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 26

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION


GRAND CHAMPION RRSC MONSTER H3

Class 18 First Place July 12, 2020 ~ 520412 Sire: LSC King Cobra ET Dam: RRSC LA Whiskey 181 Exhibited by Greer Jones, Brundidge, Alab.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION KLAUS 911H

Class 18 Second Place June 5, 2020 ~ 520428 Sire: MATI No Guts No Glory Dam: PKL Kaye Jaye 836F Exhibited by Parker Lockhart, Fort Gibson, Okla.

GRAND CHAMPION TFRK OREO 014H ET

Bred & Owned

Class 19 First Place April 20, 2020 ~ 514551 Sire: MINN Class on Class Dam: MRS Bojo 414 Exhibited by Kya Rhodes, Ada, Okla.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION JAKE

Bred & Owned

Class 19 Second Place April 6, 2020 ~ 520615 Sire: Here I Am Dam: DRCC Miss Amy Exhibited by Larahmy Blakley, Oologah, Okla.

progress steers

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PRV HALEY’S COMET 145H ET Class 9 Winner April 6, 2020 ~ 518953 Sire: DUEL Ain’t Bluffin 701E Dam: PRV Ms Star 2085Z Exhibited by Haley Ringkob, Lake City, S.D.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

bred & owned Bulls GRAND CHAMPION

MR MAINE AIM END GAME H01

Class 9 Second Place March 4, 2020 ~ 512403 Sire: All That Matters 109B Dam: KKD Miss Maine Aim Eva Exhibited by Madison McCullough, Allerton, Iowa

maine anjou JUDGE: Dr. Jon DeClerck, Texas

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Bulls


mainetainer Bulls

GRAND CHAMPION FIRES BANDIT 52H ET

Class 16 Winner Nov. 5, 2020 ~ 520518 Sire: DUEL Icon 802F Dam: Ratliff’s Flirt 892F ET Exhibited by Parker Schwarz, La Cygne, Kans.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION YNOT 4C JACKPOT 158J

Class 15 Winner Feb. 4, 2021 ~ 520539 Sire: BMW Onset Dam: JSC So Sweet 158B Exhibited by Hannah Topmiller, Pleasant Plain, Ohio

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ECC MISSY 201H

Class 4 Winner Jan. 8, 2020 ~ 510116 Sire: Stevens ECC Reddirt Dam: Stevens Miss 128 Zelda Exhibited by Adelyda Ebersole, Kellerton, Iowa

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION

2021 NATIONAL JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW, CHICKASHA, OKLA.

GRAND CHAMPION

TLLC SERENITY 0H11 ET

Class 2 Winner Sept. 4, 2020 ~ 519724 Sire: Justin Dam: FCF Sequel 7201E Exhibited by Tyler Loudon, Creston, Iowa

fullblood JUDGE: Dr. Alan Miller, Illinois

Females

Each year at the National Junior Heifer Show the Fullblood Traditionalist Group gather’s funds to support the Fullblood Female Show and its participants. This year was no different as many breeders came together to again award the Grand & Reserve Grand Champion females with additional prize money. The American Junior Maine-Anjou Association (AJMAA) would like to say a special thank you to Fred Nesslar, Kermit Heaton, Jerry Gibson, Hardy O’Hara, Beau Ebersole, Alicia Rigdon, H.W. McElroy and Calvin Fryar for their continued support of legacy programs such as this one. Additionally, Don Meyer, Mark Dickson & Jeff Townsend who awarded those who were not champion or reserve additional funds for participating.

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maine angus Bred & Owned GRAND CHAMPION WSCC CHLOE ET

May 7, 2020 ~ 519223 Sire: BOE Garth Dam: BPC CVV Adele 54E Exhibited by Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION TOF CINDER’S HOPE ET

Jan. 18, 2020 ~ 515820 Sire: Plum Creek Paradox 561B Dam: STRE Winnie’s Cinder 1C Exhibited by Bailey Tomson, Westport, Ind.

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FULLBLOOD FEMALES Class 1 - Adelyda Ebersole, Iowa Class 2 - Tyler Loudon, Iowa Class 3 - Piper Dudley, Oklahoma Class 4 - Adelyda Ebersole, Iowa

BRED & OWNED PROGRESS STEERS Class 18 - Nick Yocum, Pennsylvania Class 19 - Kya Rhodes, Oklahoma Class 20 - Chacey Davis, Oklahoma

BRED & OWNED MAINE-ANJOU BULLS Class 5 - Macy Woodward, Arkansas Class 6 - Sophia Shobe, Michigan Class 7 - Mackenzie Moldenhauer, Kansas Class 8 - Larahmy Blakley, Oklahoma Class 9 - Haley Ringkob, South Dakota OWNED PROSPECT STEERS Class 10 - Jadyn Herzog, Michigan Class 11 - Maci Weems, Texas Class 12 - Kamdyn McKay, Oklahoma Class 13 - Kelton Arthur, Oklahoma BRED & OWNED PROSPECT STEERS Class 10 - Jadyn Herzog, Michigan Class 11 - Lilly Christian, Oklahoma Class 12 - Quinn Whaley, Iowa Class 13 - Larahmy Blakley, Oklahoma BRED & OWNED MAINETAINER BULLS Class 14 - Trace Helser, Nebraska Class 15 - Hannah Topmiller, Ohio Class 16 - Parker Schwarz, Kansas PROGRESS STEERS Class 17 - Reece Redwine, Texas Class 18 - Greer Jones, Alabama Class 19 - Emily Thorson, Minnesota Class 20 - Asa Minton, Ohio Class 21 - Luke Jennings, Ohio

BRED & OWNED MAINE-ANJOU FEMALES Class 22 - Ty Pettigrew, Indiana Class 23 - Kennedy Lockhart, Oklahoma Class 24 - Carter Pruet, Indiana Class 25 - Caddo Craft, Oklahoma Class 26 - Lillian Christian, Oklahoma Class 27 - Maddie Smith, Texas Class 28 - Paige Miller, Wyoming Class 29 - Berkley McKay, Oklahoma Class 30 - Renee Grimm, Iowa Class 31 - Jakob LaBlue, Oklahoma BRED & OWNED MAINETAINER FEMALES Class 32 - Spencer Goettemeoller, Indiana Class 33 - Koy Moonen, Oklahoma Class 34 - Braydon Reiboldt, Indiana Class 35 - Jadyn Herzog, Michigan Class 36 - Dexter Small, Kansas Class 37 - Vada Vickland, Colorado Class 38 - Hadley Dunklau, Nebraska Class 39 - Koy Moonen, Oklahoma Class 40 - Calla Hill, Illinois Class 41 - Spencer Goettemoeller, Indiana OWNED MAINE ANGUS FEMALES Class 42 - Isaiah Sallee, Oklahoma Class 43 - Kutter Dorsey, Texas Class 44 - Kash Long, Texas Class 45 - Kennedy Vanzant, Oklahoma Class 46 - Taylor Barber, Georgia Class 47 - Sara Sullivan, Iowa Class 48 - Bailey Tomson, Indiana Class 49 - Addyson Lehman, Iowa Class 50 - Brenna Wilkins, Iowa Class 51 - Sophia Shobe, Michigan

OWNED MAINE-ANJOU FEMALES Class 52 - Ty Pettigrew, Indiana Class 53 - Cecilia Mursinna, Ohio Class 54 - Kage Harris, Oklahoma Class 55 - Chancee Clark, Oklahoma Class 56 - Neely Davis, Wheeler, Texas Class 57 - Caddo Craft, Oklahoma Class 58 - Laney Osbon, Arkansas Class 59 - Jackson Spence, Georgia Class 60 - Hudson Drake, Ohio Class 61 - Abby Tlach, Iowa Class 62 - Charlee Jones, Illinois Class 63 - Paige Miller, Wyoming Class 64 - McKlay Gensini, Illinois Class 65 - Cassidy Barker, Missouri Class 66 - Payton Farmer, Indiana Class 67 - Kelton Arthur, Oklahoma Class 68 - Rachael Rodgers, Indiana Class 69 - Regan Ringkob, South Dakota OWNED MAINETAINER FEMALES Class 70 - Sophia Shobe, Michigan Class 71 - Koy Moonen, Oklahoma Class 72 - Tyson Fox, Colorado Class 73 - Jack Conley, Oklahoma Class 74 - Bret Pembrook, Oklahoma Class 75 - Raelynn Unwin, Oklahoma Class 76 - Whitney Coffelt, Arkansas Class 77 - Ella Danielson, Oklahoma Class 78 - Jackie Sleichter, Kansas Class 79 - Madilyn Norvell, Oklahoma Class 80 - Vada Vickland, Colorado Class 81 - Cooper Cottrell, Oklahoma Class 82 - Kendall Leonhard, Indiana Class 83 - Jenna Tlach, Iowa Class 84 - Caitlyn Skiles, Texas Class 85 - Whitney Walker, Arkansas Class 86 - Mercedes Ferree, Arkansas Class 87 - Clara Ballanger, Iowa Class 88 - Justin Calhoun, Arkansas Class 89 - Coldar Cunningham, Indiana Class 90 - John Haven Stalvey, Georgia Class 91 - Spencer Goettemoeller, Indiana

CLASS WINNERS 2021 National Junior Heifer Show, Chickasha, Oklahoma

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Farewell

Ellie sennett W

hat a summer! As the 2021 AJMAA Intern, it was an experience like no other. From behind the scenes at the office to the big stage in Chickasha, I could not be more humbled to be such a small part of this prestigious event. First, I have to thank Lindsey, Blake, and Josh for giving me an opportunity that I will be grateful for years to come. The National Junior Show in Chickasha, Oklahoma was not just any cattle show, it was an event that numerous exhibitors, families, staff, and myself made such long-lasting memories. I started the junior national ride meeting exhibitors through our virtual public speaking and salesmanship contests. One of my favorite parts of my internship was the exhibitors that I was fortunate enough to meet online would greet me with the biggest smiles and hugs at the show. It was such a rewarding experience to have those exhibitors say “hi” throughout the duration of the show. Throughout the whole week, I had lots of people ask me about my thoughts on my internship, and I could only be excited to tell them how much I loved it! Since I have shown cattle all my life, including at the Maine-Anjou and Chianina Junior Nationals, I have always been in the ring. To be outside of the ring and prepare for one of my favorite events, it was an experience that not only made me more appreciative but humbled as well. A lot of hard work and preparation goes into planning a cattle show, and I could not respect and admire Lindsey for her support and mentorship through this process. During set-up, move-in day, and even by the end of the week, it was incredible to see juniors with smiles on their faces, and I am lucky enough to say I was a part of that. We had a monumental water balloon fight that consisted of 10,000 water balloons AND no one got hurt. That is hard to believe, right? I chalk that up as my biggest win for the week. We had a record number of fitting teams. We had 1,000 donuts for 4 mornings with no leftovers to spare! Looking back on the week, I will always remember how much fun those exhibitors were having no matter the circumstances. They all were beaming with the biggest grins from ear to ear. At the end of the day, we prepared this show for the young exhibitors of the Maine-Anjou and Chianina breeds, so to see those exhibitors having the time of their life makes every minute of planning worth it. With lots of records being broke and fun to be had, I was thankful to be a part of the National Junior Heifer Show! I will admit I was very nervous and a little hesitant to jump into an internship that consisted of being on the other side of the showring. I encourage all to not only try something new but to take the chance. Without accepting this position, I would not have been able to see old friends, make lots of new pals, or even see what it really takes to run a cattle show. I look forward to those same greetings from exhibitors for years to come! It was such an honor to “Let the Good Times Roll” in Chickasha, Oklahoma! AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 33


OKLAHOMA - STATE SWEEPSTAKES WINNER

ALABAMA

ARKANSAS

GEORGIA

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COLORADO/WYOMING

IOWA

ILLINOIS

INDIANA

KANSAS

OPENING


KENTUCKY

LOUISIANA

MARYLAND

MICHIGAN

MINNESOTA

MISSOURI

MONTANA

NEW MEXICO

NORTH CAROLINA

NEBRASKA

OHIO

CEREMONY

21

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SOUTH DAKOTA

TENNESSEE

TEXAS

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CONTEST Sweepstakes JUNIOR SWEEPSTAKES 1st Place - Drew McCullough, Iowa 2nd Place - Landree Warnock, Indiana 3rd Place - Cierra Collins, Oklahoma

INTERMEDIATE SWEEPSTAKES 1st Place - Parker Dicks, Kansas 2nd Place - Maddix Small, Kansas 3rd Place - Parker Schwarz, Kansas

SENIOR SWEEPSTAKES 1st Place - Dexter Small, Kansas 2nd Place - Renee Grimm, Iowa 3rd Place - McKenna Striegel, Iowa

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s p i h s r a l Scho AMAA SCHOLARSHIP

john boddicker

Congratulations to Chancee Clark, Muldrow, Oklahoma & Macie McCollum, Bellevue, Texas

Congratulations to Bailey Tomson, Westport, Indiana

ALL AROUND

Congratulations to Champion McKenna Striegel, Moravia, Iowa & Reserve, Larahmy Blakley, Oolagah, Okla.

vincent blakley

Congratulations to Larahmy Blakley, Oolagah, Oklahoma.

Congratulations to the 2021 Junior Herdsman of the Year, Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.,

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Congratulations to Dalton Carlson, Julesburg, Colo.

Congratulations to Cameron Luedtke, Midlothian, Texas & Cade Austin, Milton, Wis.

A sincere thank you to the Herdsmen Group, John Boddicker & Alicia Rigdon for their continued support of our Youth. Their dedication is unmatched when it comes to providing opportunities for the dedicated youth of the AJMAA.


JUNIOR BOARD

From Left: Chancee Clark, Oklahoma, Rachael Rodgers, Indiana, Emma Preston, Illinois, Cameron Luedtke, Texas, Larahmy Blakley, Oklahoma, Dexter Small, Kansas, Tyler Loudon, Iowa, Macie McCollum, Texas, Abby Stallbaumer, Nebraska, Madisen Joliff, Ohio & Moraryah Cupp, Nebraska.

Royalty 2021 Royalty Queen Brayton Striegel, Iowa Princesses Emma Yochum, Ohio & Karly Lowes, Indiana.

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Junior

CONTEST PHOTOGRAPHY

SALESMANSHIP

PUBLIC SPEAKING

LIVESTOCK JUDGING

1ST - QUIZ BOWL

2ND - QUIZ BOWL

SHOWMANSHIP

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TEAM FITTING - 1ST

TEAM FITTING - 2ND

TEAM FITTING - 3RD

TEAM FITTING - 4TH

TEAM FITTING - 5TH

TEAM FITTING - 6TH

TEAM FITTING - 7TH

TEAM FITTING - 8TH

TEAM FITTING - 9TH

TEAM FITTING - 10TH

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CONTEST Intermediate PHOTOGRAPHY

SALESMANSHIP

PUBLIC SPEAKING

LIVESTOCK JUDGING

QUIZ BOWL

2ND - QUIZ BOWL

SHOWMANSHIP

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TEAM FITTING - 1ST

TEAM FITTING - 2ND

TEAM FITTING - 3RD

TEAM FITTING - 4TH

TEAM FITTING - 5TH

TEAM FITTING - 6TH

TEAM FITTING - 7TH

TEAM FITTING - 8TH

TEAM FITTING - 9TH

TEAM FITTING - 10TH

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CONTEST Senior PHOTOGRAPHY

SALESMANSHIP

PUBLIC SPEAKING

LIVESTOCK JUDGING

1ST - QUIZ BOWL

2ND - QUIZ BOWL

SHOWMANSHIP

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TEAM FITTING - 1ST

TEAM FITTING - 2ND

TEAM FITTING - 3RD

TEAM FITTING - 4TH

TEAM FITTING - 5TH

TEAM FITTING - 6TH

TEAM FITTING - 7TH

TEAM FITTING - 8TH

TEAM FITTING - 9TH

TEAM FITTING - 10TH

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CONTEST

Junior RESULTS

PHOTO

1st Place - Landree Warnock, IN 2nd Place - Lane Rigdon, IA 3rd Place - Carson Beckman, IL 4th Place - Korie Kersten, NE 5th Place - Sophia Shobe, MI 6th Place - Abby Wilkins, AR 7th Place - Hunter Harris, OK 8th Place - Greer Jones, AL 9th Place - Connor Yochum, OH 10th Place - Ryen Carlson, CO

SALESMANSHIP

1st Place - Tyson Fox, CO 2nd Place - Greer Jones, AL 3rd Place - Claire Collins, OK 4th Place - Lane Rigdon, IA 5th Place - Emery Mills, KS 6th Place - Zane Wilson, TX 7th Place - Rylee Short, IA 8th Place - Maggie Holt, SD 9th Place - Landree Warnock, IN 10th Place - Kylee Barker, IN

SPEECH

1st Place - Madilyn Norvell, OK 2nd Place - Cierra Collins, OK 3rd Place - Bailey Matlock, OK 4th Place - Greer Jones, AL 5th Place - Karly Lowes, IN 6th Place - Landree Warnock, IN 7th Place - Autrey Stalvey, GA 8th Place - Lane Rigdon, IA 9th Place - Kyan Herrmann, OK 10th Place - Kylee Barker, IN

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JUDGING

1st Place - Mayci Wilkins, AR 2nd Place - Abby Wilkins, AR 3rd Place - Jenna Donladson, OK 4th Place - Braedon Callis, OK 5th Place - Kanon Buckner, TX 6th Place - Emma Hall, NE 7th Place - Macey Banter, IN 8th Place - Reece Redwine, TX 9th Place - Finley Yocham, OK 10th Place - Ryen Carolson, CO

QUIZ BOWL

1st Place - Denver McKay, Cierra Collins, Bret Pembrook, & Kelton Arthur, OK 2nd Place - Connor Yochum, Brayden Cummings, Bryson Herdman, & Asa Minton, OH

SHOWMANSHIP

1st Place - Ryen Carlson, CO 2nd Place - Cierra Collins, OK 3rd Place - Emma Haynes, CO 4th Place - Kelton Arthur, OK 5th Place - Greer Jones, AL 6th Place - Aubree McCurry. KS 7th Place - Kylee Barker, IN 8th Place - Charlee Jones, IL 9th Place - Claire Collins, OK 10th Place - Hannah Fox, CO

TEAM FITTING

1st Place - Kelton Arthur, Denvery McKay, & Bret Pembrook, OK 2nd Place - Charlee Jones, William Miller, & Mcklay Gensini, IL 3rd Place - Landree Warnock, IN, Morgan Neill, OH, & Tyler Neill, OH 4th Place - Rylee Short, Halle Recker, & Hollynn Rieck, IA 5th Place - Darby Darbonne, Lilly Christian, & Kade Fowler, OK 6th Place - Claire Collins, Cierra Collins, & Raelynn Unwin, OK 7th Place - Keagan Steck, MN, Wyatt Dunklau, NE, & Hadley Dunklau, NE 8th Place - Reid Barker, Kylee Barker, & Larahmie Barker, IN 9th Place - Maddax McCollum, Kutter Dorsey, & Reece Redwine, TX 10th Place - Brayden Cummings, Connor Yochum, & Bryson Herdman, OH


e t a i d e m Inter

PHOTO

JUDGING

SALESMANSHIP

QUIZ BOWL

1st Place - Maddix Small, KS 2nd Place - Jaelin Wolfinger, NE 3rd Place - Landon Rozenboom, IA 4th Place - Parker Schwarz, KS 5th Place - TJ Mills, KS 6th Place - Tyler Loudon, IA 7th Place - McKenna Modreske, MI 8th Place - Abby Tlach, IA 9th Place - Kaylee Jennings, OH 10th Place - John Haven Stalvey, GA

1st Place - Tyler Loudon, IA 2nd Place - John Haven Stalvey, GA 3rd Place - Parker Dicks, KS 4th Place - Luke Jennings, OH 5th Place - Parker Schwarz, KS 6th Place - TJ Mills, KS 7th Place - Parker Lockhart, OK 8th Place - Emma Yochum, OH 9th Place - Jacie Wolfinger, NE 10th Place - Madison McCullough, IA

SPEECH

1st Place - John Haven Stalvey, GA 2nd Place - Parker Dicks, KS 3rd Place - Emma Yochum, OH 4th Place - Berren Strope, NE 5th Place - Josie Wilkins, AR 6th Place - Luke Jennings, OH 7th Place - Jaelin Wolfinger, NE 8th Place - TJ MIlls, KS 9th Place - Kailtyn Lowes, IN 10th Place - Adrienne Bryant, MO

1st Place - Kylee Ward, OK 2nd Place - Jacie Wolfinger, NE 3rd Place - Treylin Henderson, OK 4th Place - Brayton Striegel, IA 5th Place - Neely Davis, OK 6th Place - Cora Sullivan, OK 7th Place - Josie Wilkins, AR 8th Place - Jacen Galyean, AR 9th Place - Morgan Brown, TX 10th Place - Clara Ballanger, IA

1st Place - Emery Mills, Parker Schwarz, TJ Mills, & Parker Dicks, KS 2nd Place - Adrianne Bryant, MO, Madison McCullough, Drew McCullough, & Quinn Whaley, IA

SHOWMANSHIP

TEAM FITTING

1st Place - Abree Belcher, Carson Rieck, & Addyson Lehman, IA 2nd Place - Madison McCullough, IA, Drew McCullough, IA, & Adrienne Bryant, MO 3rd Place - Kennedy Lockhart, Parker Lockhart, & Isaiah Sallee, OK 4th Place - Devin Morton, Hunter Morton, & Clayton Hayes, OK 5th Place - Abby Tlach, IA, Max Eaton, IL, & Brenna Wilkins, IA 6th Place - Justin Calhoon, Jason Calhoon, & Klaine Sisco, AR 7th Place - Hudson Drake, Emma Yochum, & Carly Sanders, OH 8th Place - Luke Jennings, Kaylee Jennings, & Ray Beneker, OH 9th Place - Josie Wilkins, Jacen Galyean, & Reagan Amos, AR 10th Place - Brady Tracy, Carter Pruet, & Spencer Cass, IN

1st Place - Carlee Clark, OK 2nd Place - Mikayla McDonald, GA 3rd Place - Kennedy Lockhart, OK 4th Place - Luke Jennings, OH 5th Place - Cholee Clark, OK 6th Place - Caitlyn Skiles, TX 7th Place - Lillie Skilies, TX 8th Place - Cora Hardy, TX 9th Place - Clara Ballanger, IA 10th Place - John Haven Stalvey, GA

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Senior

CONTEST RESULTS

PHOTO

JUDGING

SALESMANSHIP

QUIZ BOWL

1st Place - Dexter Small, KS 2nd Place - Annie Reinke, IA 3rd Place - Jenna Tlach, IA 4th Place - Shea Whaley, IA 5th Place - Morayah Cupp, NE 6th Place - Hannah Ziegler, OH 7th Place - Tatum Miller, TX 8th Place - Jillian Bryant, MO 9th Place - Renee Grimm, IA 10th Place - Madisen Jolliff, OH

1st Place - Larahmy Blakley, OK 2nd Place - Tyler Miller, IL 3rd Place - Renee Grimm, IA 4th Place - Courtney Bockman, NE 5th Place - Annie Reinke, IA 6th Place - McKenna Striegel, IA 7th Place - Dexter Small, KS 8th Place - James Earles III, TX

SPEECH

1st Place - Kestlyn Willert, SD 2nd Place - Jillian Bryant, MO 3rd Place - Morayah Cupp, NE 4th Place - Renee Grimm, IA 5th Place - McKenna Striegel, IA 6th Place - Kelsey Wall, OK 7th Place - Olivia Bellah, OK 8th Place - Calla Hill, IL 9th Place - Courtney Bockman, NE 10th Place - Annie Reinke, IA

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1st Place - Reid Allen, IL 2nd Place - Jentry Reamy, OK 3rd Place - McKenna Striegel, IA 4th Place - Desiree Littlechild, KS 5th Place - Taylor Barber, GA 6th Place - Renee Grimm, IA 7th Place - Kestlyn Willert, SD 8th Place - Kathy Lehman, OH 9th Place - Jenna Tlach, IA 10th Place - Pacey Hawkins, IA

1st Place - Dexter Small, Maddix Small, Chancey Hauck, & Taylor O’Brien, KS 2nd Place - Hannah Topmiller, Austin Hunker, Hannah Ziegler, & Rebekah Pertuset, OH

SHOWMANSHIP

1st Place - Hannah Topmiller, OH 2nd Place - Whitney Walker, AR 3rd Place - Sara Sullivan, IA 4th Place - Chancee Clark, OK 5th Place - Hunter Perrier, OK 6th Place - Emily Thorson, MN 7th Place - Rebekah Pertuset, OH 8th Place - Kynlee Dailey, OK 9th Place - Braelyn Berlowitz, OK 10th Place - Cameron Luedke, TX

TEAM FITTING

1st Place - Chancee Clark, Carlee Clark, & Cholee Clark, OK 2nd Place - Mallory Johnson, IN, Denby Grosenbacher, MO, & Josh Schmidt, PA 3rd Place - Hunter Perrier, OK, Tyler Loudon, IA, & Jackie Sleichter, KS 4th Place - Pacey Hawkins, Jenna Tlach, & Cody Metcalf, IA 5th Place - Brayton Striegel, McKenna Striegel, & Lydia Recker, IA 6th Place - Payton Farmer, Kendall Leonhard, & Bentley Moscrisp, IN 7th Place - Kelsey Wall, Justin Herlan, & Larahmy Blakley, OK 8th Place - Trevor Reiboldt, Parker Chestnut, & Garrett Chestnut, IN 9th Place - Adelyda Ebersole, IA, Morayah Cupp, NE & Megan Schroeder, NE 10th Place - Desiree Littlechild, Logan Ohlde, & Baili Kerth, KS


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NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Olivia McCowan, Tripp Yocham, Case Conley, & Jack Conley, OK

Since it’s inception in 2017, the novice program has gained both popularity and recognition. Started as a program for the ‘younger generation’ this program was designed to get the littlest of littles involved. The junior national is a family affair and a highlight for many each summer. With that comes families who travel with one young showmen and a brother or sister in tow. Fearlessly lead by past AJMAA junior board member, Kaylee Miller, and her mom, Sheila, the Little’s program is the real deal. This year’s program was graciously sponsored by Sure Champ. With over 75+ youth in attendance each day, we as an association want to thank Sure Champ, Kaylee & Sheila Miller and of Metts Stalvey, Carlie Stalvey, Altman Stalvey, course our Littles. It is through legacy programs like these that the AJMAA will thrive in the year’s to & Mollie McCurry, Kansas come!

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JUDGING

1st Place - Raelynn Unwin, OK 2nd Place - Stetson Beckman, IL 3rd Place - Emery Fox, CO 4th Place - Kylee Pettigrew, IN 5th Place - Hunter Harris, OK 6th Place - Allie Enlow, OK 7th Place - Maci Weems, TX 8th Place - Carlie Stalvey, GA 9th Place - Bayler Hurlbut, SD 10th Place - Altman Stalvey, GA AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 49


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THANK YOU title sponsors

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THANK YOU support sponsors Crown Auto world Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Dunk Cattle Co. Brower/Craft Show Cattle Diamonds in the Rough/The Blakley Family Danker Farms Goettemoeller Show Cattle Indiana Maine-Anjou Association Lucky Strike Cattle Co. Jones Show Cattle Livestock Nutrition Center Chickasha Nagel Cattle Co. Nick & Ashley Fitzsimmons Rocky Mountain Maine-Anjou Association Schrag 605, the Schrag family Showstring Usa Wilson Cattle, Charlie, Devin & Hendrix Wilson Kendall Bremer Cattle Eastview Maines, The Folkerts Family Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Terry, Candace & Ali Muir Aaron Wilson Alyson Meredith Barry Boehlke The Dave Carlson Family Blueprint Cattle Co. Bryan McKay Chad Harper CHS Nutrition Chuck & Karen McCullough Circle F Cattle Co. Clayton Weatherly Copeland Ranch Cory & Stacy Thomsen Dave Allan

Dave Mente Doris Show Cattle Dorsey Cattle Co. Dunn-Rite Cattle, The Dorsey Family Fancy Creek Farm of the Prairie Cross Feed-Lot Magazine Herndon Cattle Jed & Mary Garren, Garren Maine Angus Jeff & Kelsey Spicer Jeff Townsend Bockman cattle co. John & Rhonda Boddicker Grauer Show Cattle Pettigrew farms Karen Richey Moonen Show Cattle Kersten Cattle Kevin Wendt Auctioneer Landgraf Cattle Leon & Lois Matlock Liberty National Bank - Lawton Madison Loschke Oklahoma State Univeristy Our Perspective Vickland Show Cattle PKL Show Cattle Randy, Sheila, Kaylee & Kaleb Miller Raymond Jones Carlson Maine-Anjou Rimpel Show Cattle Shannon Cook Photography Sleichter Cattle Co. Stu Byman Tate Hoisington

Thorson Cattle Company The Mike Hayden Family Silver Barn Cattle The Small Family The Van Vorhis Family Simmons Cattle Company Tyler Yancey Yochum Cattle Co. Cummings Carousel Jerry McPeak McHatton Cattle Company The Wash Rack Collins Cattle Inc. Wayne & Barb Ohlrichs The Maine Exchange Rockin K Productions Classic Genetics The Thirsty Horse Line show cattle My Sweet Tea Cummings Carousel Red Barn Creations High Call Outfitters Cattle Mafia Country Lace Boutique CCI.Live Kermit Heaton Jeff Townsend Don Meyer Mark Dickson Fred Nesslar Beau Ebersole H.W. McElroy Calvin Fryar

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Thank You!

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NEW MEMBERS: All new members must choose a program when submitting a new membership. The two programs that are offered are MAPP and Breeders Choice. More information on these two programs is available by visiting maine-anjou. org and clicking on “Member Services” “MAPP Agreement.” If a membership is submitted without choosing a program, the new member will be placed in the Breeders Choice program. MEMBERSHIP ACCOUNTS It is the AMAA policy to only share account information with those authorized on an active account, no matter the age of the account holder. The account holder must provide written permission to add a person(s) to their account to transfer and register on their behalf. Anyone that is not authorized on an account will not be provided passwords or invoice information no matter the age or relation to the account holder. The account holder is the only one that can call or e-mail the AMAA directly to remove or add any person(s) to/from their account. Any authorized person on the account can register, transfer, obtain or change passwords once they are on the account. HELPFUL TIPS WHEN REGISTERING: To avoid delays in your registration work during our busy season follow the tips below. Double check that all blanks and information are correct and complete before mailing or submitting online. Things most commonly missed are: o Missing herd prefix and herd ID o Birthdates o Date of sale o Name of animal o Payment Make sure the person that is registering the animal owns the dam with the exception of ET calves. If an ET calf, make sure the donor dam has DNA verified and has been PHA & TH tested with the results on file. If you are checking on AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 56

testing work please e-mail Paige at paige@ amaapc.com. When calling or e-mailing please have the name and breeder number of the person submitting the work. When registering annual active dams for performance only animals please submit them online if you have the capabilities. This will help the registrar processing tremendously. We appreciate you and your business and want to make sure that the registration process runs as smooth as possible. Thank you in advance for your extra time in making sure all work is correct, complete and received in a timely manner.

REGISTRATIONS: The AMAA will assess a $5 fee for any registration work received by fax, e-mail or by mail. To avoid this fee, please log into your online Digital Beef account to complete all registration work. New forms can be downloaded from our main webpage under Digital Beef/Registrations – Printable Forms. If you need assistance logging into your online account please contact us at maine@amaapc.com. If work is faxed or e-mailed it is the responsibility of the breeder to give us a follow up phone call to make sure that the work is legible and to cover all fees. BLOCK REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS: Want to save on registration costs? Consider pre-paying for a block of registrations. The cost savings are as follows: • 15 head - 12% • 25 head - 15% • 50 head - 20% • 75 head - 25% • 100 head - 30% Blocks may only be used on animals under 13 months of age and may not be used on steers or foundation animals. Blocks will only be valid from January 1 - December 31 of each year. Any unused block registration numbers will expire. If you are interested in learning more about block

purchases, please contact us at 816-431-9950. MAPP ENROLLMENT MAPP enrollment will be open Sept. 1 - Dec. 15, 2021. Inventories must be submitted no later than Dec. 15, 2021. FOUNDATION ANIMALS: Non-registered bulls and females must be entered as a foundation animal prior to progeny being registered. All current “P” (performance only) cattle will be grand-fathered into the program. If the sire is an AI sire and registered at another breed association, the pedigree and testing must be on file with the AMAA. The charge to add a sire pedigree will be a one-time charge of $40. If the AMAA finds that the pedigree has already been paid for by another breeder, the $40 charge will not be applied. Dams registered at another breed association may also be added for a one-time charge of $25. See the new self-billing sheet for foundation fees. ONLINE TRANSFERS: When transferring an animal online make sure there is not a member number already created for the buyer. Creating more than one number for an individual creates registration problems later. If you find the buyer in the system at a different address please notify the buyer first to confirm the address and then notify the AMAA office to update the account. It is always a good idea to always search for the buyer using the search tool before doing the work, that way if they have a different address it is caught before entering the registration and transfer. When creating a new profile for a buyer please make sure to never give a junior a farm name. Please enter the junior’s name on the farm line and also as the contact. RUSH ORDERS: If you are selling an animal, we ask that you register and transfer the animal in a timely manner to avoid extra charges and to assure


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buyers they are purchasing from a reputable business person. Rushes will be done in the order received; a rush fee is currently $50 (covers eight head). No work will be released until payment is complete. Rush work is processed ahead of the regular work that is received in our office and mailed by regular mail within one to two business days. We will do our best to complete rush work that is received in our office by 2 p.m. (Monday – Friday). There is no same-day turnaround. If requiring a registration number only, it will still be considered a rush as we still have to process the work to obtain the number.

DNA, TH AND PHA REQUIREMENTS: Prior to registering any ET calves, all donor dams (including commercial or nonregistered dams) must have DNA, TH and PHA on file in our office. Also, all AI sires are required to have the same on file. Therefore, our office will hold any ET registrations submitted out of dams without testing on file as well as all registrations out of AI sires that do not have complete testing on file. If the donor dam is deceased and not tested, we do require that the ET(s) have the tests done, in the absence of the donor’s records. To submit a sample through the association, please follow the DNA request instructions on our website, maine-anjou. org, under the Genetics/Testing tab. Samples must be on a hair card, blood card or TSU in order to be submitted. Sampling supplies can be ordered on our website under the Genetics/Testing tab. Animals must be in the AMAA herd book before testing can be requested. Please note that testing takes approximately 3-4 weeks from the time the sample arrives at the lab. We would like to start sending the test results by e-mail only, please make sure we have an up-to-date e-mail address for you,

if applicable.

BULL CALF REGISTRATION: If registering a bull calf born after Jan. 1, 2014, it must be TH/PHA free by parentage or have testing completed prior to registering and on file with the AMAA. Carriers will no longer be registered, but may be entered as a foundation animal. All progeny out of a Foundation carrier bull needs to be tested free of that defect prior to registration. If registrations are submitted before testing has been completed, the animal will not be registered. Instead the animal will be given a performance number at a non-refundable penalty charge of $10. Once the animal has been tested the registration may be completed at the regular rate. Please plan accordingly as testing can take up to three or four weeks. MAINE ANGUS PAPERS: If you wish to obtain a Maine Angus registration select the MA/Angus box when registering online. You will receive an error that AMAA staff must check the testing and percentage requirements, please make sure to validate your entry to save it so that AMAA staff can check the entry. If you submit a registration on paper, please put Maine Angus in the comment section of the application. If the animal does not qualify as a Maine Angus it will be recoded as a MaineTainer. A Maine Angus paper will be blue in color, have Maine Angus under the Maine logo, and will have MaineTainer across the center of the paper. The animal can be shown as a MaineTainer if there is not a Maine Angus division at the show. MAINE/ANGUS REQUIREMENTS • Maine Angus refers to cattle with the following characteristics: • The animal will have between 3/8 Maine-Anjou to 5/8 Maine- Anjou blood and have between 3/8 registered Angus to 5/8registered Angus and/or

registered Red Angus blood. • The standard is both parents must be registered at the AMAA, American Angus Association (AAA) or Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) will provide validated lineage. • Qualifying cattle can have no more than 1/8 of non-registered blood or other breeds. • A registered Maine Angus bull must be proven free of genetic defects PHA and TH. Depending on the Maine Angus bull’s genetic makeup, the individual must also be proven free of known Angus lethal genetic defects (Ex. AM, NH and CA) and/or known lethal Red Angus genetic defects (Ex. AM, NH, CA and OS) whether determined by pedigree or test. • A registered Maine Angus female must be proven free of PHA and TH, whether identified by pedigree or test. MAINE ANGUS COLOR REQUIREMENTS: • All qualifying individuals will be predominately solid black or red in color. White markings are only allowed on the underline and switch of the tail. • Starting Jan. 1, 2019 all animals that have qualified and registered as Maine Angus prior to Jan. 1, 2019 will retain their Maine Angus papers but will not be able to exhibit/show in the Maine Angus division, however, these animals are eligible to show as MaineTainers. OTHER AMAA UPDATES: Please make sure to update any change in address, phone numbers or e-mails with the AMAA by e-mailing us at maine@amaapc.com, or by logging into your online account. If you

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have a credit card on file and have received a new card, please make sure to call us to replace the new card on file. Credit cards are not automatically saved when paying online. MAINE-ANJOU CATTLE FOR SALE: Looking for cattle to purchase or consign? Do not forget to check out our consignment sale list located at the top of the Digital Beef Cattle search screen called “Maine-Anjou Cattle for Sale”. Active breeders may use this tool at any time to consign animals as long as you have a login for Digital Beef.

Charlene Grider of Coleman; son Terry Phillips and wife, Karla of Germany; daughter Vicki Smith of McKinney, Texas; daughter Sherri Womack and husband, Mark of Gordon, Texas; sister Claudette Grider Flynn of Fort Worth, Texas; grandchildren Cheyenne Secrist, Amber Ishmael, Justin Smith, Gavin Phillips, and Evie Phillips; numerous great grandchildren; and other loving family and friends. Alan was preceded in death by his wife, Eugenia Grider, and father, Robert L. Grider. ** Alan served as the Maine-Anjou barn boss at the Fort Worth Stock Show for many years and was a dear friend to AMAA breeders & staff.

NATIONAL SHOWS Anyone showing in a junior or open class at the national level must be an active member with the AMAA or American Maine-Anjou Junior Association (AJMAA). Junior members exhibiting at these shows must be the sole owner of the animal they are showing.

OBITUARY Alan Lee Grider of Anna, Texas, passed away on February 8, 2021, at the age of 72. He was born in Odessa, Texas, on September 20, 1948, to Robert L. and Charlene (Reis) Grider. Alan graduated from Coleman High School in 1967 and from Texas Tech University in 1972. He married Eugenia Morgan on February 28, 1976, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alan was the owner of A & R Equipment Sales. He is survived by his mother, AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021 58

OBITUARY David Daniel Marold passed away peacefully at his country home in Warren, Texas, on Friday, the 11th of June 2021. He was 79 years of age. He was born on the 23rd of May 1942, to Audrey Bernadette Conway Marold and Louis Joseph Marold in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He attended Cheyenne Mountain School in Colorado Springs and graduated from St. Joseph Military Academy in Hays, Kansas, in 1961. David attended Regis University in Denver and the University of St. Thomas in Houston. On the 28th of July 1966 David married Mary Crotty Carter in a beautiful ceremony at St. Anne Catholic Church in Houston. He died the way he lived… he wrote his own rules, wore many "hats," and connected with every person his path crossed. And he had many paths. David worked for Chemical

Bank and Trust in Houston. He then created Temple and Marold Demolishing Company with George Temple. In 1972 he embarked on a new path with his wife Mary and his late father-in-law Victor Neuhaus Carter. The trio created Sonderegger Maine-Anjou (purebred Maine-Anjou cattle operation involved in genetics for seedstock with show champions nationwide) from 1972 – 1996 in Warren, Texas, and then in Westcliffe, Colorado. In the early part of 1970, Sonderegger was involved with Goliath Cattle Company and imported the first Maine-Anjou cattle into the United States. Out of Sonderegger spun High Country Cattle Services and High-Country Genetics. In 1996 David and his wife Mary left the mountains and country life of Colorado and returned to Houston. In 1996 David and Leonard Halpern with the support of Mary created Essential Settings Inc., a purveyor of fine china and household goods. In 2006 he partnered with James Steele for STTEP International Ltd., an international, privately-owned military, intelligence, law enforcement training, and advisory company. David was active in Republican politics his entire life. He was precinct chair of his precinct in Houston in the late 1960's early 1970's. David worked on numerous Republican campaigns in his lifetime. David served as a Director on the American Maine-Anjou Association for many years and he served as President for a term beginning in 1984. He served as a Director of the National Cattleman's Association for years. David was a Director of the National Farmers Market Association in Colorado. Most recently David served on the Tyler County Historical Commission with a mission to make sure the Tyler County Court House was restored and preserved to its natural beauty. David was a member of the Houston Country Club, the Garden of the Gods Club, Silver Spur Club (National Western Livestock Show), and the 1100 Club (Houston Livestock


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Show and Rodeo. David was a rare combination of someone who had an extreme love of life and a firm understanding of what was important…. his family. David is survived by his wife of 54 years, Mary Crotty Carter Marold; his daughters, Marion Marold Vickerman (Shannon Counsil), Camden Marold Gillum (Tyler), and Sarah Marold Clymer (William). He was a proud grandfather of Lauren, Katherine, Tyler, Hadley (Chelsea), Hayden, Elizabeth, Mary, and George. He also leaves behind his brothers, Richard Marold (Terri), Ronald Marold (Suzanne) and sister-in-law Anne Carter Parker. David was proceeded in death by his brother, Louis J Marold; and brotherin-law Victor Neuhaus Carter II. The family would like to recognize David Redecop, the ranch manager, who would move mountains for the "old guy" day and night, Dolly McIntyre who was a sweet, kind presence in his life for many years, and to his amazing loving caregivers who saw him through to the end Sabra, Regina, Raven, Beulah, Coterra, Mona and all of the other caregivers that have come and gone from Lending a Loving Hand. A special thank you to Dr. Lisa Ehrlich for her years of amazing care and to Olive Branch Hospice and Greg Gray for providing a peaceful passage.

OBITUARY On Friday, July 23, 2021, Jerry Gibson left this world peacefully to enter his eternal heavenly home. Jerry was born on Oct. 20, 1941 in Warren, Ark., to John Will and Frankie Lillian Gibson. He received his collegiate degree from the University of Arkansas at Monticello (which he lovingly called by its previous name of Arkansas A&M) and was a member of the Warren Masonic Lodge. He began his business career at Texas Instruments in Dallas where he also met his future wife, Gloria June Gibson. Jerry then began a brief service in the Air Force teaching Crypto in San Antonio as well as mathematics in a local high school. Jerry loved to hunt and fish as well as spending time at the farm tending and growing his cattle business. Jerry was known for his wisdom and business instincts that carried him far through the years. This instinct helped him to attain many prestigious titles and accolades such as Sr. Vice President of World Wide Operations (DSC in Plano), President & CEO of Telserve his own private telecommunication company, CEO of a Fortune 500 Company (Value Added Communications), Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award, and Distinguished Recognition in The National Management Association. He served on several boards and trustee positions, served his church as a deacon and his city in politics at a local level in Parker, Texas. His natural eye and instinct for quality cattle

produced accolades through the Maine-Anjou Cattle Association such as President of the Association, Breeder of the Year, Seed Stock Producer of the Year, Maine Man of the Year, and through the years several back-to-back Grand Champions and Reserve Champions. He was also named the 37th Distinguished Alumnus of the year along with his brother John Wayne Gibson at their college alma mater. But the best titles and accolades he loved and was known for were that of friend, encourager, investor, counselor, mentor, son, brother, husband, dad, and papa. He was known for his love of music and singing from his longtime involvement in his church choirs as well as participating with the Singing Men of Texas in concerts and on mission trips to the Ukraine. He had a quick wit, infectious smile, and a compassionate giving spirit. Jerry was preceded in death by his father, John Will, his mother, Frankie Lillian, a sister Martha, a mother-in-law Velma Prestage, and a brother-inlaw Jim Haupt. He is survived by his wife June Gibson, his two sons Jay (Ashlee) Gibson, Judd (Marla) Gibson, a sister Linda Haupt, a brother John Wayne (Martha) Gibson, a brother Sam (Judy) Gibson, a brother-in-law Jerry (Kay) Mara, several grandchildren Joel, Alexis, Courtney, Jeremy, Cheyanne, Jacob, Haylee, and a great granddaughter Adalynn, as well as by several cousins, nieces, and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2021 at the Chapel at The Heights Church located at 201 W. Renner Rd, Richardson, Texas at 1:00pm. Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Jerry to the Singing Men of Texas, to Bartimaeus Baptist Temple in Dallas (a church to the challenged), or to the American Cancer Society.

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MAINE-ANJOU Farewell

The American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) has been very fortunate over the years to have some of the best office staff an organization could hope for. In July, we bid farewell to two of our very best, Rhonda Boddicker and Paige Jones. The AMAA has been very fortunate to have these two as employees and we wish them the very best in their retirement (Rhonda) and future endeavors (Paige).

Rhonda Boddicker

I’m going to use the term “signing off” as that is the title John used for his last Voice article when he retired in 2015. Yes, I’m signing off after many years of calling the Maine-Anjou office my home away from home. I have sincerely enjoyed what my job entailed through the years, and even more embraced my friendships with the people I’ve been lucky enough to work with and meet through the Association. There have been major changes since I started in 1990 when an IBM Selectric typewriter was the technology used at my desk until now when everything is found on the internet with the speediest computers. It’s been great but I’m ready and excited for the next chapter in my life! Signing off, Rhonda.

Paige Jones I am so so thankful for my time with the AMAA and especially thankful for all the friends of the breed that have loved and encouraged me along the way. You all are truly the best of the best, and I’m always just a phone call away if you need anything. And don’t worry, I’m sure you haven’t seen the last of me yet!

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MAINE-ANJOU AMERICAN MAINE-ANJOU ASSOCIATION STAFF

2021 BOARD OF DIRECTOR LISTING REGION 1 Michael Cramer 2282 State Route 309, Ada, OH 45810 M: (979) 251-1560 mikesaclassic@yahoo.com

REGION 3 Jirl Buck - 2nd Vice President 18478 Cattle Dr., Madill, OK 73446 M: (580) 795-4865 jirl@buckcattle.com

Andy Jones 1729 Van Gundy Rd., Chapin, IL 62628 M: (815) 228-7820 ajones@mix30.com

Danny Dupree P.O. Box 1192, Clinton, OK 73601 M: (580) 445-7595 ddupree@bar-s.com

Voice Editor/Director of Shows, Communications & Youth Lindsey Broek, Lindsey@amaapc.com

Brent Tolle 791 Brashears Points Rd., Taylorsville, Ky. M: (502) 905-7831 Brent.tolle@merial.com

Brian Fox - 1st Vice President 3574 County Road 22, Fort Morgan, CO 80701 M: (970) 313-7224 Brian.m.fox@hotmail.com

Director of Commercial Developement Joshua Cribbs Josh@amaapc.com

Eric Walker 14845 Walker Rd., Prairie Grove, AR 72753 M: (479) 601-3567 eric@willowspringscattle.com

Brett Carter 11690 N. C.R. 3340 Stratford, OK 74872 M: (580) 759-9694 lcartercattle03@gmail.com

Director of Herd Book & Data Services Marcena Fulton marcena@amaapc.com

REGION 2 Beau Ebersole - Director At-Large 1935 280th Ave., Kellerton, IA 50133 M: (515) 971-8461 ebersolecattleco@yahoo.com

AT-LARGE Mark Beauprez 11780 Mimosa Rd., Byers, CO 80103 M: (303) 822-9260 markb@netecin.net

DJ Folkerts - President 463 30th Ave., Jasper, MN 56144 M: (507) 348-4919 evfm@frontiernet.net

Wyatt DeJong - Secretary/Treasurer 16600 W. Burmood Rd., Wood River, NE 68883 M: (605) 842-5683 Dejongranch.wyatt@gmail.com

Landon Nagel 41209 SD Hwy. 37, Springfield, SD 57062 M: (605) 464-1197 nagelclubcalf@hotmail.com

Kendall Bremer 23384 Ridge Rd. Blakesburg, IA 52536 M: (641) 799-4911 klbremer81@gmail.com

204 MARSHALL RD. P.O. BOX 1100 PLATTE CITY, MO 64079 816-858-9954 Maine-Anjou.org maine@amaapc.com Executive Vice President Blake Nelson Blake@amaapc.com

Office Assistant & MAPP Donna Grame Donna@amaapc.com Office Assistant Denise Bent Denise@amaapc.com

Cali O’Hara P.O. Box 991, Fort Benton, MT 59442 M: (406) 734-5252 Ohara@3rivers.net

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CAMERON LUEDTKE REGION 3 DIRECTOR

2020-2021 AJMAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS President - Cameron Luedtke, Texas Vice President - Emma Preston, Illinois Secretary/Treasurer - Madisen Joliff, Ohio REGION 1 Rachael Rodgers, Indiana Madisen Joliff, Ohio

Hey y’all! My name is Cameron Luedtke, and I am excited to introduce myself as the newly elected American Junior Maine-Anjou Association (AJMAA) board president. I am from Midlothian, Texas and I currently live in Lubbock, Texas where I am attending South Plains College as a sophomore studying Agricultural communications. This will be my third year serving as a junior board member and I am looking forward to what this next year will bring us here at the AJMAA/AMAA family. On behalf of the junior board of directors I would like to say that we are pumped to serve y’all in the upcoming year to the best of our capabilities. With eight different states represented on the 2021- 2022 junior board we are all excited to meet the new members and reach as many people within the American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA)as we possibly can not only at the national shows but also on a more local/state level as well. As junior board members I feel that it is important that we are actively striving to make positive impacts on our

breed and with our members. I would like to thank all of you for “letting the good times roll” this summer in Chickasha, Oklahoma at Junior nationals and let everyone know how much we appreciate how smooth the show was able to go because of you guys. There are lots of exciting things that we have planned for this year. We will be holding our national show in my home state of Texas at the upcoming 2022 Fort Worth livestock show and rodeo. We will be having our annual fall board meeting this year, and we thrilled that we have put YBIC on our calendar for the spring. We hope that you will join us next summer for the great Kentucky campout, our 2022 junior national that will be held in Louisville, Kentucky June 18-23. Just a reminder that you can find us on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with all things Maine-Anjou!

REGION 2 Abby Stallbaumer, Nebraska Dexter Small, Kansas REGION 3 Cameron Luedtke, Texas Chancee Clark, Oklahoma AT-LARGE Larahmy Blakley, Oklahoma Emma Preston, Illinois Macie McCollum, Texas Tyler Loudon, Iowa Morayah Cupp, Nebraska

2020 ROYALTY QUEEN Brayton Striegel, Iowa PRINCESS Emma Yochum, Ohio Karly Lowes, Indiana AMAA YOUTH COMMITTEE Eric Walker, Arkansas Beau Ebersole, Iowa Andy Jones, Illinois Brett Carter, Oklahoma

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MAINE-ANJOU Agribition 4, 5 Beauprez Land & Cattle 66 Bessler, James 67 Blind Badger Ranch IBC BK Cattle Enterprises 9 Bonham, Steve 67 Buck Cattle Co., IFC Cattle Visions 76 City View Farms, Barry & Amy Tlach 74 Denison Acres 66 Dickson, Mark 66 Eastview Maines 66 Ebersole Cattle Co. 66 Edje 64 Gensini, Joe 1 Griswold Cattle Company 3 Hermosa Cattle Co. 66 Iowa Maine-Anjou Association 10 Keystone International Livestock Expo 65 Loder Cattle Co. 66

Index

McElroy, H.W. 4 Opperman Maine-Anjou 66 PAR 5 Cattle Company 73 Randall, Cliff 66 Redgate Cattle Co. 67 Rimpel Cattle Co. 67 Rippeon Farms 9 Sarginson, Chris 66 Secondino, Jami 67 Sheridan, Bill 67 Show Circuit 68 Sullivan Supply 12 Sure Champ 11 Trae Simmons Cattle 75 Truline Maines 66 Van Hove, Rob 69 Walton, Darby 67 Willow Springs Cattle Co. BC Wise Cattle Company 9

Dateline

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