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SCHEDULE

of EVENTS

THURSDAY, MARCH 2 March 3, 2017 • 4 p.m. CST K-State’s Stanley Stout Center Manhattan, Kansas

SELLING

67 Yearling Bulls

Cattle on display

Purebred Beef Barn 1635 Kimball Ave, Manhattan, Kansas

9 a.m. Horseman’s Day & Horse Sale Preview Equine Performance Testing Center K-State Health Center

6 p.m. 47th Annual Stockmen’s Dinner Honoring Richard Janssen Four Points by Sheraton

FRIDAY, MARCH 3 8 a.m. Cattlemen’s Day

46 Registered Females 2 Show Heifers

Weber Arena

10 a.m. Cattle on display Noon Lunch sponsored by U.S. Premium Beef and commercial exhibitors Weber Arena

2 p.m. Ranch Horse Sale Preview

4 AQHA Ranch Performance Horses

Stanley Stout Outdoor Arena

3 p.m. New Purebred Beef Unit Dedication & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 4 p.m. 40th Annual Legacy Sale Stanley Stout Center

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GENERAL INFORMATION SALE HEADQUARTERS

K-State Stanley Stout Center, 2200 Denison Avenue, Manhattan, Kansas Sale Day Phone: 785-532-2100

SALE MANAGER

2016-17 K-State Livestock Sales Management Class

HERD HEALTH

SALE DAY PHONE NUMBERS

Block ...........................................................................785-532-2100 Tyler Leonhard ............................................................ 785-565-1881 Bob Weaber .................................................................785-477-1287 Dave Nichols ................................................................785-317-4994 Kallie Emig ...................................................................785-313-3323

HONORED GUESTS

Dr. Don Boggs, Associate Dean, College of Agriculture Dr. Miles McKee, Professor Emeritus, Animal Sciences and Industry Jeff Mafi, Regional Manager, American Angus Association Stuart Rose, President, Kansas Angus Association Megan Douthit-Downey, President, Kansas Hereford Association Michael Dikeman, President, Kansas Simmental Association

Bulls and females are guaranteed to be breeders except for: I. Injury or disease occurring to the animal after the purchase II. Gross negligence or willful misconduct by the purchaser. Please contact Tyler Leonhard immediately if any issue arises.

DELIVERY AND MANAGEMENT

SALE STAFF

Col. Sonny Booth, Auctioneer ........................................918-533-5587 Justin Stout, Stock Exchange .........................................913-645-5136 Wes Tiemann, Missouri Cattlemen’s Association...............816-244-4462 Stephen Russel, Kansas Stockman..................................785-456-4352 Guy Peverly, on assignment...........................................785-456-4390

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The terms of the sale are cash unless prior arrangements have been made. Animals will be sold to the highest bidder with the auctioneer settling any disputes. Announcements made at the sale by the sales staff and/or the auctioneer will take precedence over statements in the catalog.

REGISTRATION AND TRANSFER

Registration certificates will be transferred to the buyer at the seller’s expense. Buyers must give the clerk complete name, address and association information for making transfers.

To your advantage, animals that are picked up by March 18, 2017, will be given $50 off the purchase price of the lot. Animals sold as pairs or groups will receive the one-time discount per lot purchased. If you choose to leave your purchase at K-State after the sale, we strongly recommend you insure your purchase. K-State cannot be held liable for injury or death to that animal after the sale. Animals kept after March 18, 2017, will incur charges of $3 per day for feed. Kansas State will deliver your purchase for $3 per loaded mile. Contact Tyler Leonhard with questions or for arrangements at 785-565-1881.

ANIMAL INFORMATION

Animals are permanently identified by tattoo in both ears. All cattle in the sale have been tested free of known breed-specific genetic defects.

BREEDING INFORMATION

Information was collected with the assistance of Dr. David Grieger, Kansas State University, in January and February 2017.

SEMEN INTEREST

ABSENTEE BIDS

Absentee bids by persons unable to attend the sale may be placed by phone or mail with the sale management, publication representatives or the auctioneer. You may also call the sale day phone, or any of the agents listed above, to place your bid.

K-State is retaining 1/3 semen interest and revenue sharing rights on all bulls. Purchased bulls are owned 100% by you and you receive 100% of their salvage value. K-State reserves the right to collect semen at our cost and your convenience for artificial insemination purposes. Visit with Tyler Leonhard for details.

INSURANCE

Real-time bidding is available via the Internet for this sale. Live audio and video will allow buyers to bid on animals just as if they were present at the 2

The health of the cattle is excellent. All cattle in the offering will meet the health regulations of the state of Kansas and appropriate health papers for interstate shipment will be furnished. Cattle were weaned using Bovi-Shield Gold® FP®5 VL5, Ultrabac® 7, TSV-2®, and Dectomax®. All sale lots have tested negative for P.I. BVD. All bulls selling have been tested negative for brucellosis, given breeding shots, and have passed a fertility examination conducted by personnel from Kansas Artificial Breeding Services Unit (KABSU). Yearling show heifers have been officially calfhood vaccinated and are confirmed open. Mature females in the sale will be checked and sell pregnant unless otherwise stated in the catalog or on sale day.

BREEDING GUARANTEE

ASSOCIATION REPRESENTATIVES

VIEW SALE BROADCAST ONLINE

sale. Buyers must create an account prior to the sale. Visit LiveAuctions.tv to create an account and request a buyer number. For more information, contact Brad Fahrmeier at 816-392-9241 or Bfahrmeier@aol.com. Please have your buyer number by March 1 for the K-State Legacy Sale.

Livestock insurance will be available and is strongly encouraged for those buyers that will not be taking their purchases home on sale day.

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GENERAL INFORMATION LIABILITY

All persons who attend the sale do so at their own risk. Neither the sale management, Kansas State University, nor any person connected with the sale assumes any liability, legal or otherwise, for accidents or loss of property.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Kansas State University is committed to making its services, activities, and programs accessible to all participants. If you have special requirements due to a physical, vision, or hearing disability, contact Tyler Leonhard, 785-5651881, or Scott Jones, Director of Institutional Equity, Title IX Coordinator, Kansas State University, (TTY) 785-532-4807

Maternal Milk EPD (Milk) is a predictor of a sire’s genetic merit for milk and mothering ability as expressed in his daughters. Intramuscular Fat EPD (%IMF) is a predictor of the difference in a sire’s progeny for percent intramuscular fat in the ribeye muscle. Ribeye Area EPD (REA or RE) is a predictor of the difference in square inches of ultrasound ribeye area of a sire’s progeny. Fat Thickness EPD (FAT), expressed in inches, is a predictor of the difference in ultrasound fat thickness at the 12th rib of a sire’s progeny.

ANGUS $VALUE INDEXES

Expected Progeny Difference (EPD), is the prediction of how future progeny of each animal are expected to perform relative to the progeny of other animals listed in the database. EPDs are expressed in units of measure for the trait, plus or minus. EPDs are the best overall prediction of differences in progeny performance and are useful tools that aid in selection; however, EPDs DO NOT PREDICT an actual level of performance. For example, a bull with a birth weight EPD of +3.0 should sire calves approximately two pounds heavier than a bull with a birth weight EPD of +1.0. The actual weight of the calf will depend upon environmental factors. EPDs can be used to compare cattle within a breed but CANNOT be used to compare cattle of different breeds.

$Value indexes are multi-trait selection indexes to assist beef producers by adding simplicity to genetic selection decisions. $Values are reported in dollars per head, where a higher value is more favorable. The $Value is an estimate of how future progeny of each sire are expected to perform, on average, compared to progeny of other sires in the database if the sires were randomly mated to cows and if calves were exposed to the same environment. Cow Energy Value ($EN), expressed in dollars savings per cow per year, assesses differences in cow energy requirements as an expected dollar savings difference in daughters of sires. A larger value is more favorable when comparing two animals (more dollars saved on feed energy expenses). Weaned Calf Value ($W), expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for pre-weaning merit. $W includes both revenue and cost adjustments associated with differences in birth weight, weaning direct growth, maternal milk and mature cow size. Feedlot Value ($F), expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for post-weaning merit compared to progeny of other sires. Grid Value ($G), expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for carcass grid merit compared to progeny of other sires. It may be the best carcass decision tool for focusing on quality and red meat yield simultaneously. Beef Value ($B), expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for post-weaning and carcass value compared to progeny of other sires.

EXPLANATION OF COMMON EPDS

HEREFORD $VALUE INDEXES

INDIVIDUAL ANIMAL INFORMATION

All performance information in this catalog is correct to the best of our knowledge. Data was taken from the respective breed associations in January 2017. All measures taken are adjusted by age according to each individual breed association. Performance data followed by an asterisk (*) denotes the weight or measure is actual and is not adjusted for age. Updated performance, breeding, ultrasound and DNA information may be made available in the form of a supplement sheet on the Internet and on sale day. All cattle in the sale that trace to carrier animals have been tested free of Idiopathic Epilepsy (IE), Hypotrichosis (HY), Arthrogryposis Multiplex (AM), Neuropathic Hydrocephalus (NH), and Contractural Arachnodactyly (CA).

Calving Ease Direct (CED) is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births, with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in firstcalf heifers. Birth Weight EPD (BW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit birth weight to his progeny. Weaning Weight EPD (WW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit weaning growth to his progeny. Yearling Weight EPD (YW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling growth to his progeny. Scrotal Circumference EPD (SC), expressed in centimeters, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit scrotal size to his progeny. Calving Ease Maternal (CEM) is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births, with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in first-calf daughters.

Baldy Maternal Index (BMI$), used for selecting Hereford bulls to use on Angus-cross cows and heifers, when replacement heifers will be raised. Retained ownership of steers and cull heifers through the feedlot phase is assumed, with fed cattle marketed on a Certified Hereford Beef (CHB) program grid. Calving EZ Index (CEZ$), used for selecting Hereford bulls for use on yearling heifers only. This index has increased emphasis on direct and maternal calving ease compared with the other indexes. Brahman Influenced Index (BII$), is similar to BMI$, except Hereford bulls are used in a rotational crossbreeding system with Brahman, rather than Angus. Certified Hereford Beef Index (CHB$), a terminal sire index, when Hereford bulls are mated to British-cross cows, and all offspring are sold as fed cattle on a CHB grid.

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GENERAL INFORMATION SIMMENTAL EPDS AND $VALUE INDEXES

Stayability is expressed as the probability that an animal’s daughters will remain in production to at least six years of age when compared to the daughters of another animal. Expressed as deviations from a 50% probability, a higher value indicates increased stayability. All-Purpose Index (API) evaluates sires being bred to both first calf heifers and mature cows with a portion of their daughters being retained for breeding and the cull heifers and steers are fed out. This index includes both production models and maternal values to form an all-inclusive selection tool.

Terminal Index (TI) designed for evaluating sires’ economic merit in situations where they are bred to mature cows and all offspring go to the feedlot. Consequently, maternal traits such as maternal calving ease, maternal weaning weight and female fertility are not considered in the index.

ANGUS AVERAGE EPDS CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

CEM

Milk

Fat

RE

Marb

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

6

1.2

48

85

.77

8

24

.020

.51

.56

-4.18

43.34

39.20

31.86

28.56

3.30

105.91

HEREFORD AVERAGE EPDS CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

1.4

3.1

50

80

.9

1.5

22

47

.006

.35

.09

18

16

16

24

SIMMENTAL AVERAGE EPDS CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

9.3

1.8

62.2

90.9

8.6

21.2

52.2

11.4

.15

-.055

.80

122.1

67.7

K-State Purebred Beef Unit Committed to Fully Describing Genetic Potential We recognize that our customers seek out different genetic packages from our offering to work in their unique production circumstance. We also know that there are a variety of traits that contribute to profit of beef producers. Those traits of economic importance also vary depending on your market end-point and breeding system. It is this breadth of need that motivates us to collect a wide range of phenotypic data including calving ease scores, birth weights, weaning weights, yearling weights and a full suite of ultrasound carcass traits. We know that for traditionally measured calving ease, growth and carcass traits, an animal’s own record provides an early insight into their genetic potential. Moving forward, we will offer extensive feed intake and efficiency data on our offering. That information is even more valuable when it is collected from properly managed contemporary groups with significant size. Our job as a seedstock producer is to collect accurate and reliable information to inform selection tools like EPDs and indexes, providing you with the information you need to make a sound purchase decision. As you review the offering in the 40th Legacy Sale, please note that many animals will be genotyped by sale time. Genomic information will be combined with the animals’ performance-based EPD to produce genomically enhancedexpected progeny differences (GE-EPDs). The GE-EPDs will be available in the supplemental sale sheet posted to our website and available sale day for review. 4

Providing additional information regarding an animal’s genetic merit via genomics provides a substantial improvement in EPD accuracy for young animals for conventional growth and carcass traits. Improvements in the accuracy of EPD for traits like heifer pregnancy, stayability, calving ease and maternal traits where non-parents won’t have a performance record, may prove to be of even higher value. After all, the decisions that seedstock producers make that result in yearling bulls available for purchase by commercial producers creates all the genetic change in the entire beef value chain. Improving the accuracy of that decision point is expected to have significant impact and value. Current DNA genotyping yields increases in EPD accuracy equivalent to the animal having approximately 10 to 30 progeny with data recorded. With our use of genomic tools, commercial producers can purchase bulls with EPD accuracies roughly equal to those of bulls that have had all the available traits recorded for their first calf crop. Know that you can buy with confidence at the Legacy Sale. Every effort is made to document the genetic merit of our sale bulls and heifers through extensive performance testing and data recording for calving ease, birth weight, weaning weight, post weaning gain, ultrasound predictors of carcass merit and now genomic testing. Our dedication to performance testing and adoption of genomic tools assures you, our customer, the most accurate, science-based genetic predictions available in the marketplace today.

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PUREBRED UNIT HISTORY Kansas State University’s purebred beef herd was established in 1881 with the purchase of an Aberdeen-Angus heifer, Eyebright 4th 7131 (7446), from the Ontario Agricultural College. A Hereford bull and heifer — Parley 30782 and Miss Beau Real 7th 30781 — were purchased from George Fowler, Maple Hill, Kansas, in 1888. These two breeds made up the herd until it was disposed in 1897 due to tuberculin test reactions and an order from the Board of Regents. The Board’s order was the result of concern across the state that K-State’s cattle should be “practical farmer’s livestock” instead of purebred animals. The herd was then reestablished in 1901 with seven different breeds of beef, dairy and dual-purpose cattle.

PUREBRED BEEF UNIT

The Purebred Beef Unit annually runs nearly 300 breeding-age purebred Angus, Hereford and Simmental cows on 4,000 acres of native bluestem grass. The main headquarters is located in Manhattan at the edge of campus north of Denison and Kimball Avenue. This location houses bull testing facilities, heifer development yard, show barn and office. Mature females are maintained northeast of town about 10 miles at the esteemed Cedar Creek Ranch headquarters. This ranch, located just off Highway 13, serves an instrumental role in the teaching aspect of our operation. Here, students have the opportunity to participate in real-world scenarios of beef production and pasture management.

MISSION AND PURPOSE

Our mission is to provide undergraduate students with practical experience in breeding, feeding, management and marketing of purebred seedstock as well as give livestock selection, general animal science courses and students from colleges across the nation the opportunity to evaluate quality cattle. Each year hundreds of students utilize cattle raised at this unit. The herd also provides an opportunity to demonstrate breeding programs for genetic improvement of seedstock, using tools like performance testing, artificial insemination, embryo transfer and ultrasound carcass evaluation. Applied research trials are conducted using cattle produced in this herd, such as synchronized artificial insemination, feed efficiency and feed additive research. Cattle are also employed for teaching purposes in classes such as Livestock Sales Management, Pregnancy Diagnosis, Bovine Calving, Livestock and Meat Evaluation, and used for competition in the annual Little American Royal. A portion of the cattle produced in this herd are merchandized in the annual “Legacy” Bull and Female Sale held the first Friday in March. This sale is unique to the nation because it is engineered entirely by students to give them hands-on, practical experience in purebred cattle marketing.

PRODUCTION SALES

In 2017, we are celebrating the 40th Bull and Female Sale here at K-State. The success of the sale all started with the first Special K production sale hosted in 1977. This first sale was unique to the nation because it was a university sale organized and managed by students. A sale has been held each school year since 1977. Early sales rotated between Angus, Simmental and Hereford cattle and included females. In 1987, it was decided to sell all breeds in one annual bull sale. K-State’s most distinguished animal was the Angus heifer Manhattan Gal. Her national reputation was the momentum behind the first Special K Edition sale. Manhattan Gal was the Supreme Champion Individual at the 1976 Angus Futurity, and the Grand Champion Angus Female at the American Royal, North American International Livestock Exposition and the National Western Stock Show. The highest selling individual in a Special K sale was Slammer K 04147, a Hereford bull. He was purchased in 1981 by C K Hereford Ranch, Brookville, Kansas, for $12,500. In 2011, a Hereford bull, KSU Revolution 021, commanded $11,100 and went to K-State alums Austin and Emilie Fink of Wamego, KS, and Mike and Shelia Miller of Womelsdorf, PA. K-State’s highest selling female to date was Miss Kansas K 3G, a Simmental donor cow sold at the National Western Stock Show for $16,500. In 2008, the name of the K-State production sale was changed to the “Legacy” sale to honor 127 years of continuous beef improvement. The K-State Purebred Beef Teaching Unit might be the most unique experience offered to current and potential students in agricultural colleges across the nation. The educational opportunities available to students producing, promoting and merchandising high-quality purebred cattle continues to play a fundamental role in a program that has been nationally recognized for excellence in teaching as well as contributing to the outstanding alumni support received by the Kansas State Department of Animal Sciences and Industry. The Legacy Sale • asi.ksu.edu/bullsale

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ANGUS REFERENCE SIRES OUR ANGUS PROGRAM ... Calving ease is a core trait of the Angus breed and we have been selecting for superior calving ease for generations. The K-State Angus breeding program takes calving ease genetics to new heights by adding extra performance, carcass merit and puts it in a stylish phenotypic package. Our Angus cows are managed on real-world Flint Hills tall grass prairie. We don’t pamper our cows because we know our customers won’t either. We continually select top genetics for use in our extensive embryo transfer and AI programs that complement the fertility and adaptability of our historic cow herd. Going forward, we will add extensive evaluation of feed intake and feed efficiency as the new Purebred Beef Unit’s Bull and Heifer Development Center comes online. The Insentec technology being installed in the new center will enable collection of individual feed intake records on all the bull and heifer selection candidates. We continue to evaluate and add technologies to our selection program that are proven to aid in finding the best genetic combinations. You can purchase calving ease Angus genetics with added performance from our program with confidence. We know that these bulls will work as hard for you as they do for us.

Angus

Below and on Page 12 are reference sires for this year’s Angus bull offering.

CONNEALY COMRADE 1385 Reg #: 17031465

DOB: 02/02/2011

Tattoo: 1385

Connealy Consensus CONNEALY CONSENSUS 7229 Blue Lilly of Conanga 16 G A R New Design 5050 HAPPY GEE OF CONANGA Hap Gina of Conanga 260 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

17

-3.8

48

95

.43

Reg #: 17307074

DOB: 01/23/2012

Tattoo: 5158

Mytty In Focus A A R TEN X 7008 S A A A R Lady Kelton 5551 Sitz Upward 307R DEER VALLEY RITA 0274 G A R Objective 2345

CEM Milk 15

34

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

+.118

1.11

1.02

12

-.1

73

126

1.01

CEM Milk .13

20

Fat

RE

Marb

-.022

+.65

+.63

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

2.13

79.48

62.09

43.47

42.62

.85

111.92

-9.67

70.41

98.41

40.62

32.70

7.92

145.91

G A R SUNRISE Reg #: 17798858

DOB: 08/25/2010

Tattoo: R760

Boyd New Day 8005 MCC DAYBREAK MCC Miss Focus 134 S S Objective T510 0T26 G A R OBJECTIVE R227 G A R 1407 New Design 2983 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

12

1.0

63

112

-.56

6

DEER VALLEY ALL IN

K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Reg #: 16430795

DOB: 03/08/2009

Tattoo: W299

Sitz Traveler 8180 S A V FINAL ANSWER 0035 S A V Emulous 8145 Wulffs Ext 6106 THOMAS MISS LUCY 5152 Thomas Miss Lucy 3050 CEM Milk 14

20

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-.026

1.15

1.14

11

-.6

62

114

1.18

CEM Milk 8

20

Fat

RE

Marb

.108

1.00

.92

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-22.28

59.25

80.36

56.37

45.07

11.30

182.02

16.79

80.91

84.25

32.15

40.49

-8.34

164.91

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ANGUS BULLS

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KSU SUNRISE 6165 ET Reg #: 18654215

DOB: 01/17/2016

MCC Daybreak G A R SUNRISE G A R Objective R227 G A R Prophet G A R PROPHET 1302 G A R 28 Ambush 1170

Lot 1 — KSU Sunrise 6165 ET

Tattoo: 6165

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

603

Adj. BF

0.25

Adj. REA

12.5

Adj. %IMF

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

1.4

63

110

0.4

CEM Milk 13

33

3.1

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.001

1.04

1.01

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-27.18

64.93

77.01

51.18

42.47

8.71

169.94

6165 is one of the most complete packages we have offered. He is a big bodied, big footed, well designed bull with performance to spare. He ranks in the top 20% for 17 traits and indices.

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KSU ABSOLUTE 6210 ET Reg #: 17798858

DOB: 02/29/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177

Lot 2 — KSU Absolute 6210 ET

3

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

CEM Milk 8

25

Tattoo: 6210

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

692

Adj. BF

0.27

Adj. REA

15.1

Adj. %IMF

5.13

Fat

RE

Marb

0.054

1.14

0.76

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.4

61.58

64.89

37.01

36.45

0.56

165.81

A maternal half brother to KSU Konza 3111, the ’14 sale topper to Select Sires. Along with his flushmates, he will produce highly functional, attractive cattle that will perform. He ranks in the top 10% for WW, YW, CW, RE, $W and $B.

KSU COMRADE 6127 Reg #: 18589799

DOB: 02/01/2016

Connealy Consensus 7229 CONNEALY COMRADE 1385 Happy Gee of Conanga 919 KSU Predestined 8166 KSU MISS PREDESTINED 4199 KSU Miss 004 6195 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

14

-1.5

39

80

N/A

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 14

28

4

Tattoo: 6127 57

Adj. Wean

503

Adj. BF

0.15

Adj. REA

11.6

Adj. %IMF

6.63

KSU COMRADE 6189 Reg #: 18589900

DOB: 02/16/2016

Connealy Consensus 7229 CONNEALY COMRADE 1385 Happy Gee of Conanga 919 G A R Retail Product KSU MISS PRODUCT 8167 K S U Miss T510 5104

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.051

0.53

0.66

8

0.5

45

84

0.4

CEM Milk 8

33

Tattoo: 6189

Birth Wt.

85

Adj. Wean

587

Adj. BF

0.2

Adj. REA

11.1

Adj. %IMF

4.39

Fat

RE

Marb

0.053

0.58

0.64

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-9.55

38.53

35.19

39.06

33.63

5.43

58.74

-15.75

50.02

40.66

35.41

32.99

2.42

97.85

A heifer bull to moderate large cows. 6127’s dam is one of our easiest fleshing cows.

A Comrade son from a very proven cow at KSU. 6189 is a powerful heifer bull prospect.

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ANGUS BULLS

5

KSU COMRADE 6121 Reg #: 18589797

DOB: 01/22/2015

Connealy Consensus 7229 CONNEALY COMRADE 1385 Happy Gee of Conanga 919 KSU Wildcat 2200 KSU MISS WILDCAT 4126 KSU Ms Design 5050 2102 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

16

-3.3

44

77

N/A

CEM Milk 14

30

6

Tattoo: 6121

Birth Wt.

55

Adj. Wean

520

Adj. BF

0.12

Adj. REA

9.4

Adj. %IMF

5.03

Reg #: 18589994

DOB: 02/08/2016

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 G A R US Premium Beef KSU MISS PREMIUM BEEF 7148 K S U Miss Calculator 3123

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.052

0.39

0.51

13

-1.7

53

92

0.79

CEM Milk 14

18

Tattoo: 6178

Birth Wt.

68

Adj. Wean

569

Adj. BF

0.27

Adj. REA

12.7

Adj. %IMF

6.06

Fat

RE

Marb

0.023

0.51

0.59

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-11.03

51.1

26.45

33.81

28.64

5.17

32.11

1.49

48.57

53.96

35.74

31.37

4.37

111.87

A sleep-all-night heifer bull with eye appeal and doability. Ranks in the top 1% of the breed for BW.

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KSU ALL IN 6114 Reg #: 18589944

DOB: 02/19/2015

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4181 KSU Miss Focus 7195 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

1.2

55

107

N/A

CEM Milk 13

20

Calving-ease prospect, performance-minded and backed by a proven 10-year-old dam.

8

Tattoo: 6114

Birth Wt.

70

Adj. Wean

525

Adj. BF

0.13

Adj. REA

11.8

Adj. %IMF

4.79

KSU ALL IN 6109 Reg #: 18589946

DOB: 01/14/2016

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4115 KSU Miss Aberdeen 2121

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.018

0.3

0.3

15

-1.3

54

97

N/A

CEM Milk 16

20

Tattoo: 6109

Birth Wt.

58

Adj. Wean

529

Adj. BF

0.19

Adj. REA

11.5

Adj. %IMF

4.45

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.012

0.28

0.27

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.99

39.53

73.56

27.46

20.07

7.39

84.67

-6.38

46.36

55.52

26.86

18.74

8.12

61.01

A long and big-topped bull, out of an outstanding second-calf heifer.

9

KSU ALL IN 6171 Reg #: 18589949

DOB: 02/18/2016

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 Hoover Dam KSU MISS HOOVER DAM 3110 KSU Miss New Standard 1142 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

9

0.6

63

114

N/A

10

Tattoo: 6171

Birth Wt.

74

Adj. Wean

636

Adj. BF

0.18

Adj. REA

13.2

Adj. %IMF

CEM Milk 10

Similar to Lot 6, this All In X Confidence bull combines low BW and solid WW and YW.

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5

KSU ALL IN 6173 Reg #: 18589948

DOB: 01/28/2016

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 Hoover Dam KSU MISS HOOVER DAM 3117 KSU Miss New Day 1198

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.013

0.39

0.32

5

2.1

57

99

0.74

CEM Milk 7

25

Tattoo: 6173

Birth Wt.

75

Adj. Wean

563

Adj. BF

0.19

Adj. REA

12.1

Adj. %IMF

5.04

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.007

0.72

0.59

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-20.94

54.38

81.03

28.24

20.93

7.31

95.02

-11.41

51.29

56.73

39.51

31.37

8.14

128.09

As with the other All In sons, 6171 combines calving ease with impressive growth. He ranks in the top 5% of the breed for both WW and YW. 8

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6173 ranks in the top 20% for WW, YW, RADG, RE, $F and $G.

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ANGUS BULLS

KSU SUNRISE 6158 ET Reg #: 18654214

DOB: 01/15/2016

MCC Daybreak G A R SUNRISE G A R Objective R227 G A R Prophet G A R PROPHET 1302 G A R 28 Ambush 1170 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

1.4

63

110

0.4

CEM Milk 13

33

12

Tattoo: 6158

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

598

Adj. BF

0.13

Adj. REA

10.7

Adj. %IMF

6.75

KSU SUNRISE 6182 ET Reg #: 18654218

DOB: 02/08/2016

MCC Daybreak G A R SUNRISE G A R Objective R227 B/R Destination 727-928 G A R DESTINATION 962 G A R 28 Ambush 1949

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.005

0.92

1.38

9

1.8

54

98

-0.17

Tattoo: 6182

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 13

26

ET

Adj. Wean

477

Adj. BF

0.14

Adj. REA

12.2

Adj. %IMF

5.17

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.035

0.82

1.08

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-27.18

64.93

77.01

58.97

49.88

9.09

165.6

-13.44

47.88

64.05

53.81

43.87

9.94

167.29

A full brother to Lot 1, 6158 shares many of the same qualities, including the impressive EPD profile and outstanding performance and length of body.

13

KSU SUNRISE 6183 ET Reg #: 18654219

DOB: 02/08/2016

MCC Daybreak G A R SUNRISE G A R Objective R227 B/R Destination 727-928 G A R DESTINATION 962 G A R 28 Ambush 1949 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

9

1.8

54

98

-0.17

CEM Milk 13

26

Another Sunrise son, 6182 offers a unique combination of calving ease, early performance and top 1% for $B.

14

Tattoo: 6183

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

466

Adj. BF

0.16

Adj. REA

11.2

Adj. %IMF

6.37

KSU SUNRISE 6171 ET Reg #: 18689408

DOB: 01/27/2016

MCC Daybreak G A R SUNRISE G A R Objective R227 B/R Destination 727-928 G A R DESTINATION 962 G A R 28 Ambush 1949

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.035

0.75

1.2

9

1.8

54

98

-0.17

CEM Milk 13

26

Tattoo: 6171D

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

519

Adj. BF

0.28

Adj. REA

11.6

Adj. %IMF

6.25

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.017

0.78

1.19

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-13.44

47.88

64.05

54.44

46.21

8.23

176.73

-13.44

47.88

64.05

52.37

46

6.37

179.12

Similar to his full brother, Lot 12, 6183 has an impressive EPD profile.

15

KSU PATRIOT 6162 Reg #: 18590001

DOB: 01/17/2016

Connealy Capitalist 028 DEER VALLEY PATRIOT 3222 Deer Valley Rita 0274 LCC New Standard KSU MISS NEW STANDARD 1142 K S U Miss T510 4313 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

16

-1.3

56

104

0.22

CEM Milk 13

30

Cookie cutter to his two full brothers, Lot 14 will improve efficiency and profitability in his calves.

16

Tattoo: 6162

Birth Wt.

73

Adj. Wean

654

Adj. BF

0.15

Adj. REA

13.3

Adj. %IMF

5.14

KSU PATRIOT 6104 Reg #: 18589999

DOB: 01/10/2016

Birth Wt.

Connealy Capitalist 028 DEER VALLEY PATRIOT 3222 Deer Valley Rita 0274 Connealy In Sure 8524 KSU MISS IN SURE 4152 KSU Miss New Day 1183

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.056

0.72

0.71

17

-2.4

62

106

0.39

Tattoo: 6104

CEM Milk 15

31

53

Adj. Wean

651

Adj. BF

0.16

Adj. REA

11.7

Adj. %IMF

6.58

Fat

RE

Marb

0.058

0.93

0.9

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-20.57

58.21

65.64

37.7

35.12

2.58

114.03

-22.87

68.87

56.14

44.56

40.08

4.48

117.62

Calving ease and performance. 6162 ranks in the top 20 % of the breed for CED, BW, WW, YW, CEM, Milk, $W and $F.

Another Patriot son, Lot 16 offers double-digit calving ease and top-tier growth.

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ANGUS BULLS KSU PATRIOT 6117 Reg #: 18589998

DOB: 01/18/2016

Connealy Capitalist 028 DEER VALLEY PATRIOT 3222 Deer Valley Rita 0274 G A R Prophet KSU MISS PROPHET 4159 KSU Miss Pendleton 0160 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

17

-1.2

54

108

N/A

CEM Milk 16

28

Tattoo: 6117

Birth Wt.

61

Adj. Wean

535

Adj. BF

0.15

Adj. REA

14.7

Adj. %IMF

3.71

Fat

RE

Marb

0.054

0.73

0.3

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-22.27

48.76

76.21

24.87

20.07

4.8

84.62

This group of flush brothers — Lots 18-23 — are maternal half sibs to the highlight bull of the 2014 Legacy Sale, KSU Konza 3111, currently at Select Sires. These Absolute sons can be described as high performance with above average calving ease.

Calving-ease Patriot son moderate in stature but heavy in pounds.

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KSU ABSOLUTE 6198 ET Reg #: 18671603

DOB: 02/19/2015

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

662

Adj. BF

0.21

Adj. REA

12.8

8

25

5.26

KSU ABSOLUTE 6172 ET Reg #: 18654228

DOB: 01/26/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.048

0.97

0.78

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

CEM Milk 8

25

Tattoo: 6172

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

629

Adj. BF

0.2

Adj. REA

13.8

Adj. %IMF

5.32

Fat

RE

Marb

0.046

1.04

0.78

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.4

61.58

64.89

38.36

36.94

1.42

153.61

-10.4

61.58

64.89

38.6

36.94

1.66

159.81

20

KSU ABSOLUTE 6169 ET Reg #: 18654226

DOB: 01/28/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

10

Tattoo: 6198

Adj. %IMF CEM Milk

19

CEM Milk 8

25

21

Tattoo: 6169

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

445

Adj. BF

0.18

Adj. REA

9.6

Adj. %IMF

3.62

KSU ABSOLUTE 6154 ET Reg #: 18654224

DOB: 01/12/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.041

0.75

0.61

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

CEM Milk 8

25

Tattoo: 6154

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

508

Adj. BF

0.22

Adj. REA

11.6

Adj. %IMF

6.08

Fat

RE

Marb

0.048

0.89

0.86

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.4

61.58

64.89

36.78

32.05

4.73

107.68

-10.4

61.58

64.89

42.46

38.99

3.47

134.1

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ANGUS BULLS

KSU ABSOLUTE 6199 ET Reg #: 18671604

DOB: 02/22/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

CEM Milk 8

25

23

Tattoo: 6199

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

501

Adj. BF

0.25

Adj. REA

11.7

Adj. %IMF

5.21

KSU ABSOLUTE 6153 ET Reg #: 18654223

DOB: 01/12/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.053

0.9

0.77

8

0.8

61

109

0.72

CEM Milk 8

25

Tattoo: 6153

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

504

Adj. BF

0.24

Adj. REA

12.9

Adj. %IMF

4.49

Fat

RE

Marb

0.048

0.98

0.7

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.4

61.58

64.89

37.13

36.72

0.41

148.02

-10.4

61.58

64.89

37.12

34.8

2.32

146.94

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KSU ABSOLUTE 6195 Reg #: 18586650

DOB: 02/17/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 3174 KSU Miss Objective 9144 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

14

-1.7

53

90

N/A

Tattoo: 6195

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 13

20

25 65

Adj. Wean

555

Adj. BF

0.32

Adj. REA

12.7

Adj. %IMF

5.31

KSU ABSOLUTE 6119 Reg #: 18586643

DOB: 01/17/2016

S A V Final Answer 0035 K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 G A R Prophet KSU MISS PROPHET 4149 KSU Miss Retail Product 6183

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.076

0.53

0.49

14

-2

55

93

N/A

Tattoo: 6119

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 12

26

55

Adj. Wean

599

Adj. BF

0.16

Adj. REA

11.5

Adj. %IMF

6.32

Fat

RE

Marb

0.06

0.45

0.58

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-3.21

48.56

43.42

26.52

27.9

-1.38

87.11

-12.61

56.52

47.46

30.73

30.98

-0.25

91.96

Heifer bull with weaning value. 6195 is a big-topped, big-middled bull from a donor prospect here at KSU.

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KSU KONZA 6161 Reg #: 18671915

DOB: 01/17/2016

Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU KONZA 3111 KSU Miss New Day 1173 HARB Pendleton 765 J H KSU MISS PENDLETON 0160 KSU Miss Integrity 5312 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

11

0.2

47

86

-0.17

CEM Milk 14

25

A heifer bull. An Absolute son that is a level, attractive bull with one of the highest %IMF in the sale.

Tattoo:6161

Birth Wt.

74

Adj. Wean

547

Adj. BF

0.21

Adj. REA

11.7

Adj. %IMF

2.67

27

KSU KONZA 6116

Reg #: 18671889

DOB: 01/16/2016

Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU KONZA 3111 KSU Miss New Day 1173 G A R Prophet KSU MISS PROPHET 4167 KSU Miss Final Answer 1135

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.071

0.69

0.14

15

-2.9

52

98

N/A

CEM Milk 16

25

Tattoo: 6116

Birth Wt.

52

Adj. Wean

520

Adj. BF

0.11

Adj. REA

11.6

Adj. %IMF

4.79

Fat

RE

Marb

0.025

0.55

0.13

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-6.07

45.21

40.29

11.93

12.39

-0.46

91.53

-13.52

49.69

58.81

20.01

11.94

8.07

47.86

A moderate, wide-based, easy doing, heifer bull prospect. Expect him to add fleshing ability to females.

Heifer bull with eye appeal. 6116 is a big-middled, free-moving Konza son.

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ANGUS REFERENCE SIRES Minimize dystocia by using calving ease EPDs to select service sires for heifers by Bob Weaber, Associate Professor and Cow-calf Extension Specialist When one begins the process of selecting bulls to produce replacement heifers or bulls to be service sires used on replacement heifers, a number of criteria come to mind. Certainly among these are breed composition and the contribution the bull may provide to direct and/or maternal heterosis, as well as a variety of growth, maternal and carcass traits. Perhaps among the most important is calving ease. In the case of replacement heifers, we need to think of calving ease as both a trait of a calf (how easy it is born or direct calving ease) as well as a trait of the cow (how easy the cow gives birth or maternal calving ease). There is a genetic component to both the direct and maternal aspects of the calving ease trait. As such, producers should be aware of when to use which measure to aid in the production of high quality replacement females with the expectation of long productive lives as well as to minimize dystocia in first calf heifers. Producers should use calving ease (CE) EPDs rather than birth weight (BW) EPDs to control dystocia rates in heifers and cows. For cow-calf producers, calving ease is the economically relevant trait associated with dystocia. Economically

relevant traits (ERTs) are those that directly generate revenue or incur costs in beef production systems. For a commercial cow-calf producer, dystocia is what generates costs in a cow herd through direct losses of calves and their dams, increased labor costs, and certainly lower reproductive rates among cows that have experienced dystocia. Birth weight is an indicator trait and only accounts for 55 to 60 percent of the genetic variation in calving ease. So, selection for reduced birth weight alone won’t improve calving ease as much as selecting directly on calving ease. It’s important to recognize that there is an optimal range of birth weights in beef cattle. Certainly, too heavy of a calf is a problem during delivery of the calf. However, too small of a calf at birth is problematic as well. During severe cold stress, low body weight calves are more susceptible to hypothermia and subsequent death or disease issues. If you are using artificial insemination, select bulls with high accuracy calving ease EPDs to further minimize risk of dystocia events. The selection focus for service sires to be mated to virgin heifers to produce their first calf should be the identification of high CE EPD (calving ease direct [CED] in some breeds) bulls. In this scenario, selection for high CE helps increase the percentage of calves born without assistance to first calf heifers. In this case if Bull

KSU KONZA 3111

MILL BRAE ENDURANCE 2118

Reg #: 17667190

DOB: 02/05/2013

Tattoo: 3111

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 G A R Objective 2177 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

11

-.7

63

109

-.28

Reg #: 17317984

DOB: 02/07/2012

Tattoo: 2118

Sitz Upward 307R SITZ DASH 10277 Sitz Everelda Entense 2665 S A V Final Answer 0035 MILL BRAE FA QUEEN 8035 Mill Brae 338 Queen 5115

CEM Milk 14

25

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

.059

1.27

.27

14

-.5

59

98

1.87

CEM Milk 13

24

Fat

RE

Marb

.123

.61

.59

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-12.06

65.24

64.35

26.09

18.74

7.35

113.59

-2.89

65.73

61.87

21.59

31.37

-9.78

107.46

R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 Reg #: 16984170

DOB: 01/24/2011

Tattoo: 177

Connealy Onward WERNER WAR PARTY 2417 BAAR USA Lady Jaye 489 Vermilion Dateline 7078 B A LADY 6807 305 G D Lady Hi Flyer 302 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

6

2.4

67

120

.64

12

SEDGWICKS OUTLAW 538W Reg #: 16399786

DOB: 03/04/2009

Tattoo: 538W

O C C Legend 616L B C LOOKOUT 7024 Gibbet Hill Mignonne E37 S A V 8180 Traveler 004 SEDGWICKS BARBARA 538S Sedgwicks Barbara 5380 CEM Milk 11

29

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-.035

.95

.46

7

2.3

56

92

.56

CEM Milk 10

27

Fat

RE

Marb

-.064

.32

.56

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

22.45

63.65

92.36

36.18

26.75

9.43

166.79

-11.22

53.81

47.87

40.83

30.38

10.45

110.55

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ANGUS BULLS A has a CE EPD of +12 and Bull B has a CE EPD of +2, we’d expect Bull A’s calves to have 10% more unassisted births. Maternal Calving Ease EPD describes the difference in the expected rate of dystocia among sire groups of daughters. For instance, if Bull C has a MCE EPD of +10 and Bull D has a MCE EPD of -2, we’d expect Bull C’s daughters to have 12% more unassisted calvings (i.e. fewer dystocia events) compared to daughters of Bull D when these daughters are mated to service sires of similar genetic merit for calving ease and birth weight. Remember, MCE is calving ease viewed as the ability of a sires’ daughters to calve unassisted. Typically, MCE has a negative genetic association with CE and a positive genetic relationship with growth and mature size. So it’s important that producers don’t just select for higher levels of calving ease in their herd as that will have a tendency to decrease the maternal calving ease genetic potential in the cow herd. Recommendations for MCE EPD minimums for sires to be used to produce replacement heifers and CED EPD minimums for heifer service sires are in Table 1. Producers may adjust this recommendation up based on individual needs that reflect herd based experience in dystocia rates in first calf heifers. Combining the use of CE and MCE EPDs in your selection system will help assure a successful calving season and decreased dystocia in your first calf heifers.

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KSU KONZA 6113 Reg #: 18671911

DOB: 01/15/2016

Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU KONZA 3111 KSU Miss New Day 1173 Connealy Right Answer 746 KSU RIGHT ANSWER 4172 KSU Miss Daybreak 1149 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

15

-2.7

55

101

N/A

CEM Milk 15

25

Table   1. Recommended Calving Ease and Maternal Calving Ease EPD Recommendations for Service Sires Sire Breed Calving Ease Maternal Calving Ease EPD Minimum EPD Minimum* Angus 9.0 11.0 Polled and Horned Hereford

2.7

2.8

SimAngus

13.9

9.9

Simmental

12.6

11.4

* Depending on breed — maternal calving ease, calving ease maternal, calving ease daughters

Tattoo: 6113

Birth Wt.

49

Adj. Wean

528

Adj. BF

0.25

Adj. REA

11.9

Adj. %IMF

5.94

Fat

RE

Marb

0.037

0.57

0.24

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-14.9

52.88

62.24

23.89

17.34

6.55

59.2

Lot 30— KSU Objective 6222

Another performance-minded heifer bull from Konza. Longevity is proven with the cow family behind him.

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KSU OBJECTIVE 6213 Reg #: 18654238

DOB: 03/08/2016

S S Objective T510 0T26 KSU OBJECTIVE 0183 KSU Miss Predestined 7166 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1103 KSU Miss In Focus 9195 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

6

1.4

69

116

0.49

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 8

27

30

Tattoo: 6213 80

Adj. Wean

764

Adj. BF

0.36

Adj. REA

13.4

Adj. %IMF

4.34

KSU OBJECTIVE 6222 Reg #: 18689406

DOB: 03/11/2016

S S Objective T510 0T26 KSU OBJECTIVE 0183 KSU Miss Predestined 7166 G A R New Design 5050 KSU MS DESIGN 5050 2185 KSU Miss In Focus 9195

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.001

0.6

0.6

5

2.1

56

102

N/A

CEM Milk 9

28

Tattoo: 6222

Birth Wt.

78

Adj. Wean

633

Act. BF

.19

Act. REA

13.1

Act. %IMF

4.66

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.018

0.48

0.8

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-19.27

68.52

71.89

37.16

31.69

5.47

126.5

-19.49

48.48

63.38

45.09

37.49

7.6

122.53

From our extensively used herdsire, 0183, 6213 is a performance-minded bull. He ranks in the top 1% of the breed for WW and $W.

Another 0183 son, with more balanced performance and bigger middled. 6222 goes back to a 2006 Lead On cow, still in production today.

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KSU OBJECTIVE 6203 Reg #: 18654236

DOB: 02/26/2016

S S Objective T510 0T26 KSU OBJECTIVE 0183 KSU Miss Predestined 7166 G A R Predestined KSU MISS PREDESTINED 0187 K S U Miss T510 4313

KSU OUTLAW 6150 Reg #: 18589682

DOB: 01/11/2016

B C Lookout 7024 SEDGWICKS OUTLAW 538W Sedgwicks Barbara 538S Coleman Regis 904 KSU MISS REGIS 2175 KSU Miss In Focus 8110 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

12

0.3

50

78

0.75

12

25

74

Adj. Wean

563

Adj. BF

0.22

Adj. REA

10.1

Adj. %IMF

4.68

YW

SC

6

1.4

51

99

0.2

CEM Milk 9

24

75

Adj. Wean

617

Adj. BF

0.29

Adj. REA

12.7

Adj. %IMF

5.99

Fat

RE

Marb

0.001

0.27

0.83

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-10.27

43.04

53.81

40.06

38.25

1.81

122.16

KSU ENDURANCE 6226 Reg #: 18696587

DOB: 03/25/2016

Sitz Dash 10277 MILL BRAE ENDURANCE 2118 Mill Brae FA Queen 8035 Connealy Right Answer 746 KSU MISS RIGHT ANSWER 3149 K S U Miss T510 4313

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.002

0.2

0.45

14

-1.5

55

94

1.18

CEM Milk 12

29

Tattoo: 6226

Birth Wt.

71

Adj. Wean

647

Act. BF

.20

Act. REA

11.8

Act. %IMF

4.45

Fat

RE

Marb

0.075

0.28

0.59

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-2.94

52.84

28.7

31.24

26.34

4.9

76.77

-13.21

62.07

53.86

25.79

31.37

-5.58

95.74

The only Outlaw son in the offering, he excels with calving ease and a flashy look. He will add style and foot size to cows.

34

KSU ENDURANCE 6215 Reg #: 18696588

DOB: 03/05/2016

Sitz Dash 10277 MILL BRAE ENDURANCE 2118 Mill Brae FA Queen 8035 Hoover Dam KSU MISS HOOVER DAM 3167 K S U Miss Super X 4205 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

0.4

49

81

N/A

CEM Milk 10

25

Heifer bull from Endurance. He ranks in the top 5% for CED, BW and $W.

Tattoo: 6215

Birth Wt.

72

Adj. Wean

564

Adj. BF

0.3

Adj. REA

11.8

Adj. %IMF

5.97

Fat

RE

Marb

0.069

0.32

0.42

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-5.86

48.22

30.08

22.58

25.19

-2.61

72.99

Endurance son with plenty of calving ease.

14

WW

33

Tattoo: 6150

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk

BW

Birth Wt.

High-performing, big-bodied and stout bull with a balanced EPD package.

Lot 32 — KSU Outlaw 6150

32

CED

Tattoo: 6203

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ANGUS BULLS KSU ENDURANCE 6194 Reg #: 18657394

DOB: 02/19/2016

Sitz Dash 10277 MILL BRAE ENDURANCE 2118 Mill Brae FA Queen 8035 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1109 KSU Miss Product 9210 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.6

56

85

1.22

CEM Milk 9

23

Tattoo: 6194

Birth Wt.

79

Adj. Wean

641

Adj. BF

0.25

Adj. REA

14.4

Adj. %IMF

4.17

Fat

RE

Marb

0.078

0.75

0.32

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-1.93

58.07

32.96

18.37

20.93

-2.56

113.66

Lot 35 — KSU Endurance 6194

Big bodied, stout Endurance son with high weaning performance.

36

KSU ENDURANCE 6206 Reg #: 18655339

DOB: 02/26/2016

Sitz Dash 10277 MILL BRAE ENDURANCE 2118 Mill Brae FA Queen 8035 Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 3186 K S U Miss Calculator 3123 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

0.7

57

91

0.98

CEM Milk 13

24

Tattoo: 6206

Birth Wt.

77

Adj. Wean

673

Adj. BF

0.26

Adj. REA

12.2

Adj. %IMF

5.42

37

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6185 Reg #: 18589989

DOB: 02/14/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 K C F Bennett Total KSU MISS TOTAL 7116 K S U Miss 602C 5219

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.114

0.64

0.55

11

0.8

50

100

0.61

CEM Milk 12

23

Tattoo: 6185

Birth Wt.

72

Adj. Wean

567

Adj. BF

0.27

Adj. REA

12.2

Adj. %IMF

4.31

Fat

RE

Marb

0.007

0.48

0.46

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-5.72

57.97

50.5

22.25

30.02

-7.77

108.32

-8.86

41.56

67.86

26.89

26.75

0.14

150.35

A balanced and moderate bull that leads in calving ease and weaning performance.

38

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6122 Reg #: 18694844

DOB: 02/01/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 G A R Progress KSU MISS PROGRESS 4147 G A R Objective N1790 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

11

0.5

62

106

N/A

CEM Milk 14

28

A big, bold bull with a balanced EPD package. Ranks in the top 20% for CED, RADG, CEM, CW, $F and $B.

39

Tattoo: 6122

Birth Wt.

63

Adj. Wean

635

Adj. BF

0.23

Adj. REA

12.7

Adj. %IMF

5.66

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6111 Reg #: 18589794

DOB: 01/1/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 KSU Objective 0183 KSU MISS OBJECTIVE 4192 KSU Miss Product 8167

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.006

0.53

0.34

6

2

57

105

N/A

Tattoo: 6111

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 9

25

68

Adj. Wean

519

Adj. BF

0.11

Adj. REA

11.3

Adj. %IMF

4.51

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.019

0.44

0.23

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-21.34

59.45

66.53

26.59

21.83

4.76

126.91

-16.74

46.26

68.3

25.5

16.87

8.63

87.84

An eye-catching power bull. 6122 is moderate calving ease with impressive weaning performance.

High weaning performance with moderate calving ease.

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ANGUS BULLS KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6175 Reg #: 18589801

DOB: 02/02/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 Connealy Confidence 0100 KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 3146 K S U Miss 602C 3155 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

9

1.3

57

109

N/A

CEM Milk 12

25

41

Tattoo: 6175

Birth Wt.

75

Adj. Wean

595

Adj. BF

0.2

Adj. REA

12.6

Adj. %IMF

3.81

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6170 Reg #: 18589943

DOB: 02/17/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 MCC Daybreak KSU MISS DAYBREAK 0108 KSU Miss Objective 8185

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.01

0.53

0.16

6

2.6

57

98

0.61

CEM Milk 10

24

Birth Wt.

79

Adj. Wean

569

Adj. BF

0.21

Adj. REA

12.2

Adj. %IMF

4.71

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.016

0.9

0.5

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-18.6

46.42

75.9

19.36

13.45

5.91

114.84

-10.57

48.14

54.88

39.04

28.27

10.77

129.25

A stout bull with performance and practical calving ease. His maternal grandam calved this year, in January, as a 14-year-old cow.

42

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6200 Reg #: 18654234

DOB: 02/22/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 G A R Progress KSU MISS PROGRESS 3119 KSU Miss Daybreak 1158 CED

BW

WW

YW

16

-1.7

62

104

SC

Tattoo: 6200

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 16

26

Long-sided, eye-catching bull, 6170 exels in growth and end product merit.

43 62

Adj. Wean

676

Adj. BF

0.25

Adj. REA

14.2

Adj. %IMF

4.66

KSU TOUR OF DUTY 6164 Reg #: 18589914

DOB: 01/17/2016

Werner War Party 2417 R B TOUR OF DUTY 177 B A Lady 6807 305 MCC Daybreak KSU MISS DAYBREAK 1149 KSU Miss Objective 8185

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.001

0.63

0.24

10

0.6

61

114

0.63

Tattoo: 6164

Birth Wt.

CEM Milk 12

25

70

Adj. Wean

588

Adj. BF

0.19

Adj. REA

14.5

Adj. %IMF

6.18

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.02

1.07

0.74

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-17.65

61.82

62.77

24.06

17.34

6.72

112.04

-18.51

53.77

81.72

46.65

35.92

10.73

162.21

A calving ease prospect from Tour of Duty, he ranks in the top 10% for CED, BW, WW, CEM and $W.

High performing bull that excels in many places. He ranks in the top 10% in WW, YW, RADG, CW, RE, $F and $B.

RB Tour of Duty 177 — Sire of Lots 37-43 16

Tattoo: 6170

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SIMMENTAL REFERENCE SIRES OUR SIMMENTAL PROGRAM ...

Simmental has a long history in the Manhattan area, at the department’s Kansas Artificial Breeder Service Unit (KABSU) and the Purebred Beef Unit. We’re proud to have had a role in that history. We select to produce Simmental genetics with outstanding index values and added phenotype. Excellence in Simmental’s API (All Purpose Index) is driven through exceptional balance and strength in stayability, calving ease, growth and end-product merit. In a planned crossbreeding system, Simmentals provide added carcass yield, growth and maternal strength. Select bulls for use on Angus-based or British-crossbred cows using API to produce great feeder cattle and replacement females. Use the Terminal Index (TI) to select bulls exclusively for feeder and fed cattle. TI will put an added punch in growth and carcass in the progeny. Our SimAngus bulls offer a unique balance of heterosis, maternal function and end-product merit to construct a simple yet effective crossbreeding system that makes feeder cattle that are in high demand. We take efficiency seriously and look to a great future using the best of Simmental influenced genetics and our own testing facility to add even more value to our customer’s calves.

Angus

Below are reference sires for this year’s Simmental bull offering.

CCR WIDE RANGE 9005A Reg #: 2725666

DOB: 02/07/2013

Tattoo: 9005A

LRS ELEVATE 2138

Reg #: 2842534

DOB: 03/05/2014

Tattoo: 2138

HOOKS TAURUS 24T HOOK’S YELLOWSTONE 97Y HOOKS SHEYENNE 775 TNT DUAL FOCUS T249 LRS MS DUAL FOCUS 2132 LRS MS DEW TIME 971 W

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K S D S GRADUATE 006X S D S QUEEN 814U HTP SVF IN DEW TIME CCR MS APPLE 9332W CCR 992F FULLHOUSE 3249N CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

11.3

-1.1

70.9

115.9

12.0

27.2

62.7

14.2

20.3

-2.2

58.1

96.8

1.0

27.4

56.5

16.9

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.15

0.006

1.42

141.4

78.3

0.34

-0.010

0.82

165.1

77.2

DOB: 02/19/2012

Tattoo: Z35

WS ALL-AROUND Z35 Reg #: 2675740

WS BEEF MAKER R13 WS BEEF KING W107 WS MISS DREAMBOAT T17 HSF HIGH ROLLER 12T CDI MS HIGH ROLLER 39W CDI MS CROCKET 88T

HOOKS TRINITY 9T Reg #: 2389750

DOB: 02/16/2007

Tattoo: 9T

NICHOLS LEGACY G151 HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K C&D TRACY BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 878 HOOKS PEARL 22-P ESJ4

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

16.2

-0.8

79.6

115.3

17.3

20.8

60.6

14.5

24.3

-4.6

68.7

99.2

12.4

23.1

57.5

18.1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.46

-0.014

0.61

164.3

89.0

0.53

-0.008

1.20

181.1

85.8

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44

KSU WIDE RANGE 56D

Reg #: 3138521 DOB: 01/19/2016 Tattoo: 56D 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

S D S GRADUATE 006X CCR WIDE RANGE 9005A CCR MS APPLE 9332W KSU DREAM ON 48S KSU MISS DREAM ON 45X KSU MISS EMBLAZON 10T

Birth Wt.

79

Adj. Wean

658

Adj. BF

0.26

Adj. REA

14.62

Adj. %IMF

2.68

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

12.4

-0.5

64.3

98.7

9.5

19.4

51.6

12.3

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.23

-0.018

1

138.7

74.5

Lot 44 — KSU Wide Range 56D

A half brother to the highlight Simmental bull in last year’s sale. The 45X dam is a no miss cow. Expect this bull to make stout, sound and eye-appealing calves.

45

KSU WIDE RANGE 62D Reg #: 3162866 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 02/22/2016

S D S GRADUATE 006X CCR WIDE RANGE 9005A CCR MS APPLE 9332W TRIPLE C INVASION R47K KSU MISS INVASION 12X KSU MISS MO BETTER 1U

46

Tattoo: 62D

Birth Wt.

84

Adj. Wean

618

Adj. BF

0.23

Adj. REA

13.77

Adj. %IMF

3.61

KSU ALL AROUND 6D

Reg #: 3162869 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/17/2016

WS BEEF KING W107 WS ALL-AROUND Z35 CDI MS HIGH ROLLER 39W S D S GRADUATE 006X KSU MISS GRADUATE 32B KSU MISS DREAM 23S

Tattoo: 6D

Birth Wt.

66

Adj. Wean

591

Adj. BF

0.14

Adj. REA

11.89

Adj. %IMF

4.57

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

8.1

1.4

64.7

101.3

9.8

24.8

57.2

14

17.1

-2.2

72.6

109.8

15.7

20.4

56.7

14.2

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.44

0

1.11

148

82.1

0.63

-0.028

0.75

175.7

93.2

62D will add length and power to almost any female group. He ranks in the top 15% for WW, YW, ADG, CW, Marb, API and TI while maintaining moderate birth weight.

47

KSU ALL AROUND 1D

Reg #: 3162862 DOB: 01/01/2016 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

WS BEEF KING W107 WS ALL-AROUND Z35 CDI MS HIGH ROLLER 39W G A R PROGRESS KSU PROGRESS 1B KSU MISS SHEAR FORCE 6Z

This bull ranks in the top 10% for CE, BW, MCE, Doc, Marb, API and TI.

48

Tattoo: 1D

Birth Wt.

72

Adj. Wean

621

Adj. BF

0.2

Adj. REA

12.13

Adj. %IMF

3.85

KSU ALL AROUND 63D Reg #: 3162875 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 02/26/2016

WS BEEF KING W107 WS ALL-AROUND Z35 CDI MS HIGH ROLLER 39W PELTONS POWERCAT 344G KSU MISS POWERCAT 14S KSU MISS RED COAT 7P

Tattoo: 63D

Birth Wt.

95

Adj. Wean

679

Adj. BF

0.19

Adj. REA

12.73

Adj. %IMF

3.3

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

17.6

-1

70.2

107.2

15.2

24.3

59.4

12.9

11

2.5

79.6

118.5

13.3

15

54.8

13.7

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.93

0.005

0.72

175.4

90.1

0.26

-0.028

0.63

143.3

84.3

Another All-Around with a great combination of calving ease, performance and eye appeal. Another high API bull. 18

63D is a performance-oriented bull, he ranks in the top 2% for WW, YW and TI.

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SIMMENTAL BULLS 49

KSU OPTIMIZER 3D

Reg #: 3162865 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/11/2016

JASS/JS OPTIMIZER 58X HPF OPTIMIZER A512 HPF RACHELS DREAM X590 WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T KSU MISS DEW ITRIGHT 12B KSU MS SHARPER IMAGE 24Z

Lot 49 — KSU Optimizer 3D

Tattoo: 3D

Birth Wt.

65

Adj. Wean

533

Adj. BF

0.2

Adj. REA

10.99

Adj. %IMF

3.31

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

12.5

0.1

77.4

109.3

8.6

17.8

56.5

9.3

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.14

-0.025

0.57

126.4

75.2

This good structured bull ranks in the top 15% rank for CE, BW and WW.

50

KSU 9T 52D Reg #: 3162872 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/17/2016

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS TRINITY 9T HOOKS PEARL 22-P SVF/NJC BUILT RIGHT N48 KSU MISS BUILT RIGHT 21T KSU MISS POWERSTROKE 5N

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Tattoo: 52D

Birth Wt.

64

Adj. Wean

543

Adj. BF Adj. REA

0.23 12.89

Adj. %IMF

2.57

KSU 9T 58D

Reg #: 3162867 DOB: 02/09/2016 5/8 Simmental 3/8 Angus

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS TRINITY 9T HOOKS PEARL 22-P SITZ UPWARD 307R KSU MISS SITZ UPWARD 30A KSU MISS MT 4P

Tattoo: 58D

Birth Wt.

83

Adj. Wean

568

Adj. BF

0.11

Adj. REA

13.06

Adj. %IMF

3.06

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

21.7

-4.7

51.6

75.3

11.9

25.2

51

15

16.1

-0.8

66.5

103.4

7.3

25.5

58.8

14.4

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.08

-0.015

0.86

151.3

71.6

0.34

-0.01

0.92

140.5

75.4

Breed-leading calving ease and tremendous eye-appeal.

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Well balanced 9T son. 58D is an opportunity to add value to heifers’ calves.

KSU ELEVATE 59D Reg #: 3162873 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 02/13/2016

HOOK`S YELLOWSTONE 97Y LRS ELEVATE 213B LRS MS DUAL FOCUS 213Z TNT EVER READY R232 KSU MISS EVER READY 41Z KSU MISS TOTAL 15T

53

Tattoo: 59D

Birth Wt.

72

Adj. Wean

450

Adj. BF

0.13

Adj. REA

13.92

Adj. %IMF

3.54

KSU DEW IT RIGHT 64D

Reg #: 3162863 DOB: 02/26/2016 5/8 Simmental 3/8 Angus

WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T KSU DEW IT RIGHT 31Z KSU MISS POWERCAT 14S RAB-EGL BLUE MOON 4407M KSU MISS BLUE MOON 22X KSU MISS PREMIUMBEEF 12T

Tattoo: 64D

Birth Wt.

70

Adj. Wean

481

Adj. BF

0.17

Adj. REA

14.33

Adj. %IMF

3.04

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

16.7

-1.2

58.2

90.2

9.4

24.2

53.3

13.4

15.1

-2

61

99.1

10.9

18.9

49.4

11.4

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.36

-0.042

0.96

155.5

78.3

0.27

-0.025

0.95

139.1

68.3

59D ranks in the top 10% for seven different traits, including CE and API.

Calving ease sire out of our Dew It Right son. As a percentage bull, he ranks in the top 20% for CE, BW, ADG, MCE and API.

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KSU DEW IT RIGHT 65D

Reg #: 3162868 DOB: 02/28/2016 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T KSU DEW IT RIGHT 31Z KSU MISS POWERCAT 14S SAND RANCH HAND KSU MISS RANCH HAND 43A KSU MISS BLUE MOON 22X

Tattoo: 65D

Birth Wt.

85

Adj. Wean

521

Adj. BF Adj. REA

0.08 10.06

Adj. %IMF

3.55

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

12.2

1.4

69.6

106.4

11.8

15.5

50.3

12.2

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.35

-0.057

0.49

137.6

69.5

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Lot 55 — KSU Konza 51D

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KSU KONZA 51D

Reg #: 3150404 DOB: 01/22/2016 1/2 Simmental 1/2 Angus

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Tattoo: 51D

Birth Wt.

73

Adj. Wean

617

Adj. BF Adj. REA

0.14 13.77

Adj. %IMF

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2.42

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

17.2

-2.5

61.1

98.2

13.1

19.9

50.3

12.2

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.41

-0.017

0.89

155.9

75.2

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A son of Select Sires’ bull KSU Konza, this bull ranks in the top 15% for CE, BW, MCE and API. 20

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HEREFORD REFERENCE SIRES OUR HEREFORD PROGRAM ...

Balance best describes the selection strategy used in our Hereford program. Our aim is to build Hereford genetics with calving ease, growth and end-product merit. Hereford is a proven complement to Angus-based cow herds to add adaptability, feed efficiency, fleshing ability, moderation of lactation potential and the added value of maternal heterosis to create replacement females with longevity and profit potential. The venerable black-baldie female is famous for a reason. Baldie cows are a natural fit to Flint Hills production systems. We are confident you’ll find value and profit in a planned crossbreeding system. Build your program using our strategically designed Hereford bulls. Ask us for expert advice on the design and implementation of structured crossbreeding system to achieve your production and profit goals. In the coming year, we’ll add extensive evaluation of feed intake and feed efficiency to our Hereford selection criteria to make these “Efficiency Experts” even more valuable to our customers.

Angus

Below are reference sires for this year’s Hereford bull offering.

NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET Reg #: 43214853

DOB: 03/11/2011

Tattoo: 10Y

CHURCHILL SENSATION 028X Reg #: 43092364

DOB: 01/14/2010

Tattoo: 028

CL 1 DOMINO 9126J 1ET UPS DOMINO 3027 UPS MISS DIAMOND 1353 GH RAMBO 279R CHURCHILL LADY 7202T ET CL 1 DOMINETTE 301N

KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET SHF GOVERNESS 236G L37 PW VICTOR BOOMER P606 NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S NJW 94J DEW 72N CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

4.1

2.1

59

101

1.5

3.9

38

67

13.9

-2.8

51

71

1.7

5.1

49

75

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.047

.65

0.40

24

19

19

35

0.045

0.28

0.39

29

29

23

31

KCF BENNETT REVOLUTION X51 Reg #: 43081556

DOB: 02/14/2010

Tattoo: X51

FELTONS LEGEND 242 MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R MSU TCF RACHAEL ET 54N EFBEEF SCHU-LAR PROFICIENT N093 KCF MISS PROFICIENT U201 KCF MISS 774 L82

GG REVOLUTION 101Y Reg #: 43175802

DOB: 02/02/2011

Tattoo: 101Y

Connealy Consensus SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET Blue Lilly of Conanga 16 G A R New Design 5050 NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S Hap Gina of Conanga 260

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

2.7

4.0

73

119

1.5

4.1

21

57

2.6

3.6

69

106

2.0

3.3

19

54

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.011

1.55

0.48

33

19

27

49

0.084

0.48

0.13

30

19

25

30

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KSU DOSS X51 ROYAL DHD 23 ET Reg #: 43702591

DOB: 03/02/2016

MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R KCF BENNETT REVOLUTION X51 KCF MISS PROFICIENT U201 DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H FTF CLASSY LADY 621S FTF CANDACE 039K

Tattoo: DHD23

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

691

Adj. BF Adj. REA

0.23 13.08

Adj. %IMF

2.57

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

3.5

2.4

58

89

1.2

4.6

23

52

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.014

0.87

0.23

26

19

22

33

Lot 61 — KSU DOSS 101Y Spieth DHD18 ET

This X51 son is a high performing, deep, and attractive bull. He covers all the bases, from calving ease to end product merit.

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KSU SENSATION 604 Reg #: 43752642

DOB: 01/25/2016

UPS DOMINO 3027 CHURCHILL SENSATION 028X CHURCHILL LADY 7202T ET SHF PROGRESS P20 HB MISS PROGRESS 406 SB MISS KIRBY 999

58

Tattoo: 604

Birth Wt.

91

Adj. Wean

600

Adj. BF

0.21

Adj. REA

11.95

Adj. %IMF

3.47

KSU SENSATION 602 Reg #: 43763843

DOB: 01/14/2016

Tattoo: 602

UPS DOMINO 3027 Birth Wt. 52 CHURCHILL SENSATION 028X Adj. Wean 567 CHURCHILL LADY 7202T ET Adj. BF 0.08 NJW 73S M326 TRUST 100W ET Adj. REA 12.15 KSU MISS TRUST 438 ET Adj. %IMF 2.8 KSU MISS HARLAND 025

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

7.7

3.8

59

89

1.2

1.4

35

64

7.5

-1.5

53

83

1.6

5.0

41

67

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.019

0.25

0.26

23

21

17

32

0.024

0.62

0.28

27

23

22

31

High calving ease with performance. 604 has been a favorite since birth and still catches your eye in the pen.

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KSU SENSATION 606 Reg #: 43763842

DOB: 02/15/2016

UPS DOMINO 3027 CHURCHILL SENSATION 028X CHURCHILL LADY 7202T ET MCR HARLANDS DOMINO 786 KSU MISS 786 452 KSU MISS WORLD CLASS 722

Another Sensation son that can be used on heifers. He ranks in the top 10% for 13 different traits and is one of the stoutest bulls in the offering.

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Tattoo: 606

Birth Wt.

74

Adj. Wean

576

Adj. BF

0.21

Adj. REA

9.73

Adj. %IMF

4.25

KSU DOSS 101Y SMOKEY DHD19 ET Reg #: 43704562

DOB: 03/01/2016

MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R GG REVOLUTION 101Y SCHU-LAR 6U OF 5P M326 ET BKR NUECES 73C 14N CB LADY DOLL 513 CB DOLLY C902

Tattoo: DHD19

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

676

Adj. BF

0.26

Adj. REA

11.06

Adj. %IMF

4.24

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

8.5

2.4

55

85

1.4

4.6

38

65

1.5

3.9

60

92

1.2

2.1

22

52

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.032

0.22

0.22

24

23

18

29

0.066

0.30

0.03

19

16

16

24

Moderate-framed bull with lots of rib and capacity, 606 is a heifer bull that will add eye appeal and depth to his daughters. 22

Stout and deep with good weaning weight performance.

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KSU DOSS 101Y SPIETH DHD18 ET Reg #: 43704561

DOB: 02/29/2016

MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R GG REVOLUTION 101Y SCHU-LAR 6U OF 5P M326 ET BKR NUECES 73C 14N CB LADY DOLL 513 CB DOLLY C902

Tattoo: DHD18

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

632

Adj. BF Adj. REA

0.22 10.75

Adj. %IMF

3.65

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

1.5

3.9

60

92

1.2

2.1

22

52

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.066

0.30

0.03

19

16

16

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Lot 64 — KSU Hometown 651

A full brother to Lot 60.

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KSU DOSS 101Y STINGRAY DHD21ET Reg #: 43704564

DOB: 03/02/2016

MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R GG REVOLUTION 101Y SCHU-LAR 6U OF 5P M326 ET BKR NUECES 73C 14N CB LADY DOLL 513 CB DOLLY C902

Tattoo: DHD21

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

618

Adj. BF

0.23

Adj. REA

11.98

Adj. %IMF

2.89

63

KSU DOSS 101Y MCLLROY DHD20 ET Reg #: 43704563

DOB: 03/02/2016

MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R GG REVOLUTION 101Y SCHU-LAR 6U OF 5P M326 ET BKR NUECES 73C 14N CB LADY DOLL 513 CB DOLLY C902

Tattoo: DHD20

Birth Wt.

ET

Adj. Wean

673

Adj. BF

0.34

Adj. REA

11.18

Adj. %IMF

3.35

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

1.5

3.9

60

92

1.2

2.1

22

52

1.5

3.9

60

92

1.2

2.1

22

52

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.066

0.30

0.03

19

16

16

24

0.066

0.30

0.03

19

16

16

24

Another 101Y son that is stout and good structured.

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He is a stout, big-topped, free-moving bull.

KSU HOMETOWN 651 Reg #: 43763774

DOB: 01/18/2016

SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S KJ HVH 33N REDEEM 485T ET KSU MISS REDEEM 423 KSU MISS HARLAND 809

65

Tattoo: 651

Birth Wt.

68

Adj. Wean

643

Adj. BF

0.15

Adj. REA

12.31

Adj. %IMF

2.5

KSU HOMETOWN 654 Reg #: 43763773

DOB: 02/14/2016

SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S SHF PROGRESS P20 KSU MISS PROGRESS 040 KSU MISS 8020 502

Tattoo: 654

Birth Wt.

69

Adj. Wean

540

Adj. BF

0.18

Adj. REA

10.92

Adj. %IMF

4.16

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

3.0

3.4

64

98

1.4

3.5

30

62

4.9

1.1

47

77

1.2

2.8

29

53

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.049

0.51

0.30

25

18

20

33

0.011

0.32

0.49

26

20

22

32

651 is rugged, wide and powerful.

654 is a moderate and powerful Hometown son with lots of calving ease.

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KSU LAMBEAU 669 Reg #: 43764278

DOB: 03/17/2016

TH 22R 16S LAMBEAU 17Y KSU LAMBEAU 332 KSU MISS ACHIEVER 209 FELTONS LEGEND 242 KSU MISS LEGEND 603 KSU MISS 6052F 404

Tattoo: 669

Birth Wt.

73

Adj. Wean

548

Adj. BF

0.19

Adj. REA

9.51

Adj. %IMF

4.12

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

4.0

0.7

40

62

.7

.1

19

39

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.065

-0.07

0.28

18

18

16

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Lot 68 — KSU Lambeau 667

Heifer bull out of our heavily utilized Lambeau son.

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KSU LAMBEAU 672 Reg #: 43764275

DOB: 03/20/2016

TH 22R 16S LAMBEAU 17Y KSU LAMBEAU 332 KSU MISS ACHIEVER 209 SCHU-LAR ON TARGET 22S KSU MISS ON TARGET 337 KSU MISS BEEF 429

68

Tattoo: 672

Birth Wt.

81

Adj. Wean

554

Adj. BF

0.23

Adj. REA

11.55

Adj. %IMF

4.41

KSU LAMBEAU 667 Reg #: 43764277

DOB: 03/13/2016

TH 22R 16S LAMBEAU 17Y KSU LAMBEAU 332 KSU MISS ACHIEVER 209 SCHU-LAR ON TARGET 22S KSU MISS ON TARGET 338 KSU MISS HARLAND 915

Tattoo: 667

Birth Wt.

71

Adj. Wean

575

Adj. BF

0.3

Adj. REA

10.55

Adj. %IMF

3.89

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

4.7

2.4

47

82

1.0

3.0

19

42

4.9

2.1

54

91

1.3

4.2

23

50

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.038

0.11

0.32

23

20

19

26

0.054

0.21

0.31

25

20

20

29

Another Lambeau son with a great profile.

A high performance heifer bull, 667 will moderate big cows and add scrotal circumference and marbling.

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Getting the most out of your bull purchases by Bob Weaber, Associate Professor and Cow-calf Extension Specialist Commercial cattlemen should do their homework to help ensure the bull(s) they purchase this year meet their needs. Like most things in life, preparedness is the key to making an informed decision or in this case, an informed purchase. Remember, bull selection accounts for more than 75% of the gene flow in your herd in just two generations. Take the time to do the $500/hour work in bull selection and let some of the $5/hour work wait until after bull purchases are made. Before you crack open the sale catalogs of seedstock suppliers, there are a few resources and skills you should possess. First, make sure you understand the use of Expected Progeny Differences (EPD) and selection indexes. While EPDs are not the only selection information you should consider, EPDs are the most effective tools available to describe the genetic differences between animals within and across herds. EPDs are much more effective genetic predictors than actual or adjusted performance records. If an EPD is available for a trait it should be used instead of an animal’s own performance record for that trait. The EPD removes age and environmental effects that can bias a decision based on actual or adjusted performance records. Use Calving Ease (CE or CED) EPD, rather than birth weight (BW) EPD, if it’s available, to select bulls that minimize calving difficulty. CE EPD calculations include BW data and other sources of information that affect dystocia.

Second, make sure you know what traits you would like to improve on in your herd. What breed(s) fit in your mating system? If you are using a crossbreeding system, make sure the breed you selected fits your objectives. Other factors to consider are: keeping replacement heifers and endpoints for progeny marketing (weaning, back-grounded or in the beef). Assessment of these factors will help point you to the best breed for your needs and the combinations of maternal/growth/carcass traits that best fit your operation and environment. Be sure to apply selection to traits that have direct economic importance in your production system. Selection indexes can be very useful tools to point you to the best overall candidates across a range of traits important to profit. Make sure the index you employ matches your production and marketing scenarios. Third, set a realistic budget for bull purchases. Like most things in life, price is driven by quality. Evaluation of a seedstock supplier’s prior year sale averages will give you an idea of what to expect in terms of purchase costs. A good rule of thumb is that a quality seedstock bull costs roughly the same as the value of 4-5 feeder steers in the current market. The purchase cost highlights the importance of making a well thought out decision. Fourth, and maybe the most important, make sure we get to know you. As your seedstock supplier, it’s important we know your operational goals. We can provide recommendations from our sale offering that help attain those goals. Once you receive our sale catalog, make a short list of bulls (roughly three times more than you actually need to purchase) that fit your specifications. Arrive at the sale site early to inspect the bulls on your short list. Shorten this list of candidates based on conformation and updated data to identify your purchase candidates. Keep the sale order in mind. Stay focused on the bulls you selected earlier. Sticking to your plan will avoid impulse purchases. Your success is our success. We’d like nothing more than to help you make a sound genetic investment! Fifth, after the sale bull care is very important and often overlooked. The longevity of your bull purchase and ultimately the return on your genetic investment is dependant on the number of calves your new bull produces in your herd. As a rule of thumb, young sires should be exposed to the number of females equal to his months of age. For example, a 14-month-old bull should be turned out with 14 cows/heifers for not more than 60 days. Make sure that you provide adequate rest between breeding seasons if using spring and fall. Once you pull a yearling bull from the breeding herd, make sure he has adequate nutrition. Remember he’s still growing until he’s 4-5 years old. During periods of limited forage, he should be supplemented with adequate high quality hay and a protein supplement. Make protein available to ensure the best use of dormant forages. Bulls should be in body condition 5.5-6 at turnout. Don’t forget to provide salt and mineral free choice, to control flies and parasites as needed, and annual vaccinations for blackleg, respiratory and venereal diseases. An annual breeding soundness exam is recommended prior to turn out. We look forward to visiting with you before the sale and the opportunity to earn your business. We are here after the sale, too, and can provide expert advice in the management of your herd.

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SHOW HEIFERS 69

KSU MISS DOUBLE VISION 6160 Reg #: 18550154

DOB: 01/15/2016

Connealy Reflection JINDRA DOUBLE VISION Hoff Rachel 8312 405 Connealy In Sure 8524 KSU MISS IN SURE 4162 KSU Miss New Day 1178

Lot 69 — KSU Miss Double Vision 6160

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

1.1

57

106

.95

CEM Milk 10

34

Tattoo: 6160

Birth Wt.

69

Act. Wean

618

Fat

RE

Marb

0.005

.67

.86

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-23.96

61.66

62.37

43.44

38.99

4.45

144.23

A very unique breeding piece and possibly a cornerstone for an Angus program. 6160 is one of the most powerful, big footed, and big-middled females at KSU today. Combining her unique phenoptype to her very balanced and aggressive EPD profile, she would make a great heifer project and future donor. KSU is retaining two flushes, at buyer’s convenience.

70

KSU MISS KONZA 5D

Reg #: 3162870 DOB: 01/15/2016 1/2 Simmental 1/2 Angus

CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 KSU KONZA 3111 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1173 WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T KSU MISS DEW ITRIGHT KSU MISS EXPLORER 49Y

KSU Konza 311 —Sire of Lot 70 Also sire of Lots 26-28 and 55

26

Tattoo: 5D

Birth Wt.

80

Adj. Wean

582

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

14.9

0.2

79.2

124.1

11.4

15.1

54.7

9.6

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.39

-0.014

1.06

139.2

78.4

This female has donor written all over her. She is a high-performing, smooth-actioned, practical female that can be bred a multitude of ways. Clean fronted but powerful behind, 5D has the potential to be a cornerstone piece. Paired with her unique phenotype, 5D has an impressive EPD package. Ranking in the top 10% of the breed for WW, YW, ADG, CW and REA. Retaining two flushes, at buyer’s convenience and seller’s expense.

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ANGUS SPRING CALVING COWS KSU MISS REGIS 2139 Reg #: 17285011

DOB: 01/08/2012

Tattoo: 2139

S A V Final Answer 0035 COLEMAN REGIS 904 Coleman Donna 714 S S Objective T510 0T26 KSU MISS OBJECTIVE 8179 K S U Miss EXT 2502 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

12

-0.1

42

72

0.54

72

KSU MISS REGIS 2143 Reg #: 17285015

DOB: 01/08/2012

Tattoo: 2143

S A V Final Answer 0035 COLEMAN REGIS 904 Coleman Donna 714 G A R US Premium Beef KSU MISS PREMIUM BEEF 7158 K S U Miss 878 4105 CEM Milk 11

25

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.032

0.34

0.42

13

-1.2

44

77

0.45

CEM Milk 13

21

Fat

RE

Marb

0.107

0.53

0.42

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

3.06

46.99

11.26

28.22

25.19

3.03

65.27

4.23

43.65

30.32

17.05

25.19

-8.14

95.21

A sharp, clean-fronted Regis daughter that has proven her merit. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

73

KSU MS DESIGN 5050 2174 Reg #: 17285040

DOB: 01/26/2016

Tattoo: 2174

B/R New Design 036 G A R NEW DESIGN 5050 G A R Precision 706 Mytty In Focus KSU MISS IN FOCUS 9179 KSU Miss T510 6103 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

0

48

89

0.63

Another Regis daughter with longevity and calving ease. Her mother 7158, is still in production today. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

74

KSU DAYBREAK 4186 Reg #: 17902851

DOB: 02/03/2014

Tattoo: 4186

MCC Daybreak KSU DAYBREAK 0114 KSU Miss Objective 8207 KSU Predestined 8209 KSU MISS PREDESTINED 0125 KSU Miss Objective 8129 CEM Milk 10

29

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.016

0.54

0.65

10

-1

34

66

0.02

CEM Milk 13

21

Fat

RE

Marb

0.02

0.59

0.28

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-13.88

48.36

53.9

43.3

33.28

10.02

102.46

9.04

32.44

17.48

26.97

19.27

7.7

70.22

Moderate calving ease and growth, with impressive indices. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

75

KSU MISS DAYBREAK 4191 Reg #: 17902852

DOB: 03/06/2014

Tattoo: 4191

MCC Daybreak KSU DAYBREAK 0114 KSU Miss Objective 8207 G A R Predestined KSU MISS PREDESTINED 0187 K S U Miss T510 4313 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

9

0.2

41

78

0.22

Long and functional, 4186 will produce superior replacements. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/2016 - 7/10/2016.

76

KSU MISS DAYBREAK 3182 Reg #: 17674132

DOB: 02/12/2013

Tattoo: 3182

Boyd New Day 8005 MCC DAYBREAK MCC Miss Focus 134 S S Objective T510 0T26 KSU MISS OBJECTIVE 0146 G A R Retail Product 1256

CEM Milk 12

26

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.01

0.55

0.69

10

0.4

55

94

0.73

CEM Milk 11

23

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.015

0.94

0.56

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-4.63

39.55

28.75

41.94

34.56

7.38

93.08

-8.37

50.38

43.11

43.5

30.38

13.12

100.78

Another 0114 daughter with a calving ease blend. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

Ranks in the top 15% for CED, WW, YW and HP. Easy fleshing and thick built. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

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ANGUS SPRING CALVING COWS KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 3146 Reg #: 17797888

DOB: 01/11/2013

Tattoo: 3146

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 Basin Max 602C K S U MISS 602C 3155 K S U Miss Bando 9102 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

14

-0.9

45

81

0.2

KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4104 Reg #: 17915926

DOB: 01/12/2014

Tattoo: 4104

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 G A R New Design 5050 KSU MS DESIGN 5050 2180 KSU Miss In Focus 8104

CEM Milk 14

23

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.087

0.59

0.29

12

-0.5

45

83

-0.04

CEM Milk 14

23

Fat

RE

Marb

0.075

0.9

0.47

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-2.08

43.1

39.04

17.34

19.65

-2.31

84.92

-2.55

42.05

43.54

31.45

27.17

4.28

94.13

Calving ease and style of Confidence. 3146 is another eye catching female designed for productivity. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

79

KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4105 Reg #: 17915934

DOB: 01/13/2014

Tattoo: 4105

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 TC Aberdeen 759 KSU MISS ABERDEEN 2134 KSU Miss Objective 8185 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

13

-1.2

43

78

-0.1

A leader in calving ease and eye appeal. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

80

KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4115 Reg #: 17902845

DOB: 02/10/2014

Tattoo: 4115

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 TC Aberdeen 759 KSU MISS ABERDEEN 2121 KSU Miss Predestined 0128

CEM Milk 14

23

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

0.081

1.12

0.31

14

-1.3

44

78

SC

CEM Milk 16

23

Fat

RE

Marb

0.095

1.05

0.33

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-0.09

42.4

31.83

26.37

20.5

5.87

87.99

-1.82

42.37

28.21

25.36

21.37

3.99

75.64

Calving ease backed by Objective. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

81

Similar to Lot 79, 4115 is a moderate, easy fleshing, calving ease female. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

KSU MISS PREDESTINED 4199 Reg #: 18090892

DOB: 03/18/2014

Tattoo: 4199

G A R Predestined KSU PREDESTINED 8166 G A R Future Direction L114 S A V 8180 Traveler 004 KSU MISS 004 6195 Miss Emulation K 523 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

7

2

38

72

-0.08

82

KSU MISS MILE HIGH 5231 Reg #: 18331147

DOB: 03/22/2015

Tattoo: 5231

Riverbend Mile High 3718 KSU MILE HIGH 9199 Miss Emulation K 687 K C F Bennett Total KSU MISS TOTAL 7102 K S U Miss 602C 5218 CEM Milk 10

24

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.039

0.34

0.69

9

-0.6

45

77

1.04

CEM Milk 11

26

Fat

RE

Marb

0.018

0.21

0.52

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

3.39

34.53

21.9

35.94

34.56

1.38

89.83

-4.6

47.04

29.87

29.72

28.97

0.75

102.33

Long, feminine and functional, she comes from an 11-year-old 004 daughter still in production today. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16. 28

78

Pasture exposed to KSU Wildcat 2200 6/1/16 - 7/8/16.

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83

KSU MISS PROGRESS 3191 Reg #: 17667223

DOB: 02/25/2013

Tattoo: 3191

G A R Predestined G A R PROGRESS G A R Objective 2345 Mytty In Focus KSU MISS IN FOCUS 8110 KSU Miss Integrity 5312 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

13

-0.4

44

75

0.59

84

KSU MISS COMPLEMENT 5169 Reg #: 18331655

DOB: 01/17/2015

Tattoo: 5169

Basin Franchise P142 EF COMPLEMENT 8088 EF Everelda Entense 6117 G A R Integrity KSU MISS INTEGRITY 5312 Miss Emulation K 622 CEM Milk 14

28

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.034

0.31

1.16

20

-2.7

39

70

0.3

CEM Milk 17

27

Fat

RE

Marb

0.052

0.32

0.46

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-8.03

46.3

27.75

48.17

45.41

2.76

93.79

8.21

55.69

29.45

25.95

26.75

-0.8

93.24

A calving ease female with a star studded pedigree. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 6/1/16 - 7/10/16.

85

KSU MISS DEW ITRIGHT 11B Reg #: 2889709 DOB: 01/19/2014 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Tattoo: 11B

HTP SVF IN DEW TIME WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T SVF/NJC SENERITA N29 K C F BENNETT TOTAL KSU MISS TOTAL 13T KSU MISS VENOM 56R

Flashy and practical Complement daughter with plenty of power. Pasture exposed to KSU Wildcat 2200 6/1/16 - 7/8/16.

86

KSU MISS GRADUATE 32B Reg #: 2889712 DOB: 01/14/2014 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Tattoo: 32B

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K S D S GRADUATE 006X S D S QUEEN 814U CNS DREAM ON L186 KSU MISS DREAM 23S MISS KANSAS K 11G

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

13.2

0.8

58.6

83.5

10.8

16.5

45.8

11.1

17.3

-2.9

67.6

107.3

14

19.6

53.4

13.8

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.12

-0.035

0.66

115.4

60.6

0.29

-0.038

1.02

157.6

81.9

Balanced Dew It Right daughter. Rib shape, length, and functionality. Pasture exposed to KSU Wildcat 2200 6/1/16 - 7/8/16.

87

KSU MS DEW IT RIGHT 35Z Reg #: 2640674 DOB: 02/03/2012 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Tattoo: 35Z

HTP SVF IN DEW TIME WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T SVF/NJC SENERITA N29 K C F BENNETT TOTAL KSU MISS TOTAL 13T KSU MISS VENOM 56R

A fancy Graduate daughter. She ranks in the top 10% for CE, BW, MCE, Stay, Doc, REA, API and TI. She is as impressive in person as she is on paper. Pasture exposed to KSU Dew It Right 31Z 6/1/2016 - 7/10/2016.

88

KSU MISS RANCH HAND 43A Reg #: 2791511 DOB: 02/19/2015 5/8 Simmental 3/8 Angu

Tattoo: 43A

WHEATLAND BULL 131L SAND RANCH HAND SAND LUCKY CHARMER RAB-EGL BLUE MOON 4407M KSU MISS BLUE MOON 22X KSU MISS PREMIUMBEEF 12T

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

12.8

2.2

68

98.7

3

16.8

50.8

10.4

14.6

-0.7

56.5

95.1

13.1

22.7

51

9

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.16

-0.024

0.7

117

65.5

0.44

-0.04

0.92

147.7

71.6

Moderate and deep, 35Z has balanced EPD profile to match her phenotype. Pasture exposed to KSU Wildcat 2200 6/1/2016 - 7/8/2016.

Another well-rounded cow. Pasture exposed to KSU Dew It Right 31Z 6/1/2016 7/8/2016.

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89

90

KSU MISS DEW ITRIGHT 12B Reg #: 2889723 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 02/24/2014

Tattoo: 12B

HTP SVF IN DEW TIME WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T SVF/NJC SENERITA N29 TJ SHARPER IMAGE 809U KSU MS SHARPER IMAGE 24Z KSU MISS INVASION 38W

KSU MISS EVER READY 41Z Reg #: 2640677 DOB: 02/07/2012 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Tattoo: 41Z

HC HUMMER 12M TNT EVER READY R232 RC MISS LEGACY 058N K C F BENNETT TOTAL KSU MISS TOTAL 15T KSU TARGET 49R

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

12.9

1.2

69.3

95.5

10.1

14

48.6

13.6

11.9

1

61.4

88.4

7.8

20.4

51.1

10

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.11

-0.042

0.77

131.3

70.9

0.38

-0.043

0.86

127.4

69.3

Performance with calving ease. Dam of Lot 49. Pasture exposed to KSU Wildcat 2200 6/1/2016 - 7/10/2016.

91

KSU MISS UPGRADE 50Z Reg #: 2640683 DOB: 02/12/2012 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Dam of Lot 52. Pasture exposed to KSU Dew It Right 31Z 6/1/2016 - 7/8/2016.

92

Tattoo: 50Z

ELLINGSON LEGACY M229 MR NLC UPGRADE U8676 MS NLC MOJO S6119 B O C C EMBLAZON 854E KSU MISS EMBLAZON 1T KSU MISS BEEF 3R

KSU MISS 4011 129 Reg #: 43249916

DOB: 02/07/2011

Tattoo: 129

CL 1 DOMINO 212M C 212 DOMINO 4011 ET C MS PURE GOLD 2003 HH ADVANCE 6052F KSU MISS 6052F 428 MISS EXPLOSION K 535

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

10

1.7

62.9

95.8

6

16

47.5

7.7

3.9

1.3

42

79

1.0

.2

20

41

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.44

-0.051

1.09

124.4

70.9

-0.030

0.45

0.20

22

18

20

27

Well-balanced, wide-made, functional female. Pasture exposed to KSU Dew It Right 31Z 6/1/2016 - 7/8/2016.

93

KSU MISS DURANGO 238 Reg #: 43308839

DOB: 02/12/2012

Tattoo: 238

CS BOOMER 29F THM DURANGO 4037 THM 7085 VICTRA 9036 FELTONS LEGEND 242 KSU MISS LEGEND 603 KSU MISS 6052F 404

Calving ease with style. 129 is a standby type of cow. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

94

KSU MISS REVOLUTION 241 ET Reg #: 43308842

DOB: 02/28/2012

Tattoo: 241

FELTONS LEGEND 242 MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R MSU TCF RACHAEL ET 54N BR MOLER ET KSU MISS MOLER 710 KSU MISS EXPLOSION 257 ET

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

3.8

3.1

49

76

0.5

-0.1

19

44

5.2

1

52

81

0.7

3.5

16

42

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.004

0.01

0.1

15

16

12

23

0.003

0.72

0.06

21

20

17

27

This female is an example of longevity. Her dam, 603, was still productive through 10 years of age. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016. 30

A fancy Revolution daughter built to make an attractive calving ease herdsire. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

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95

KSU MISS 719T 317 Reg #: 43433042

DOB: 01/09/2013

Tattoo: 317

BAR JZ TRADITION 434V TH 122 71I VICTOR 719T GERBER 117F DIXIE 009K EFBEEF SCHU-LAR PROFICIENT N093 KSU MISS PROFICIENT 004 KSU MISS HARLAND 809

96

KSU MISS REDEEM 426 Reg #: 43526056

DOB: 01/20/2014

Tattoo: 426

SHF RADAR M326 R125 KJ HVH 33N REDEEM 485T ET HVH OKSANA 4L 33N CCR ENDURANCE 2021 KSU MISS ENDURANCE 507 KSU MISS EXPLOSION 257 ET

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

7.8

-0.1

58

87

1.3

3.4

28

57

2.7

1.9

50

79

1.1

1.9

19

44

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.006

0.43

0.06

24

22

19

29

0.041

0.32

0.15

22

18

19

24

Superior performance across the board. She goes back to the 004 Proficient cow that is still working and calving in January. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

97

KSU MISS REDEEM 427 Reg #: 43526057

DOB: 01/22/2014

Tattoo: 427

SHF RADAR M326 R125 KJ HVH 33N REDEEM 485T ET HVH OKSANA 4L 33N MSU TCF REVOLUTION 4R KSU MISS REVOLUTION 125 ET KSU MISS MARK 1111

Attractive Redeem daughter with balanced performance. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

98

KSU MISS 786 452 Reg #: 43656402

DOB: 03/12/2014

Tattoo: 452

CJH HARLAND 408 MCR HARLANDS DOMINO 786 PPF MCR MS ADVANCE GOLD 187 DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H KSU MISS WORLD CLASS 722 CCR MISS ACHIEVER 0002

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

2.4

2.7

52

82

1.1

3.3

20

46

3.1

2.7

47

75

1

4

26

50

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.028

0.53

0.1

22

18

19

25

0.019

0.16

0.04

19

18

16

21

Another Redeem daughter with balance and eye appeal. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

Dam of Lot 59. Refined and feminine with an excellent udder. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

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ANGUS FALL CALVING COWS KSU MISS IN FOCUS 2154 Reg #: 17285024

DOB: 01/11/2012

Tattoo: 2154

S A F Focus of E R MYTTY IN FOCUS Mytty Countess 906 B C C Bushwacker 41-93 K S U MISS BUSHWACKER 3511 Miss Traveler I K 232 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

2

1.8

40

68

1.16

100

KSU MS DESIGN 5050 2177 Reg #: 17285043

DOB: 01/29/2012

Tattoo: 2177

B/R New Design 036 G A R NEW DESIGN 5050 G A R Precision 706 Mytty In Focus KSU MISS IN FOCUS 8170 K S U Miss 602C 5148

CEM Milk 8

22

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-.013

.18

.28

8

0.2

39

79

0.56

CEM Milk 10

23

Fat

RE

Marb

0.005

0.76

0.57

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

8.51

38.83

29.31

25.33

19.27

6.06

83.19

5.24

39.41

37.98

41.15

30.64

10.51

94.48

Powerful and deep. This female catches your eye when you enter the pen. Confirmed to Connealy Comrade 11/25/2016.

Another 5050 daughter proven to perform. Her first calf ratioed 102 in a group of 82. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

101

102

KSU MISS HOOVER DAM 3117 Reg #: 17667195

DOB: 02/25/2013

Tattoo: 3117

SydGen C C & 7 HOOVER DAM Erica of Ellston C124 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1198 KSU Miss Product 8167 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-4

4.2

49

89

0.46

KSU MISS RIGHT ANSWER 3149 Reg #: 17667204

DOB: 01/12/2013

Tattoo: 3149

S A V Final Answer 0035 CONNEALY RIGHT ANSWER 746 Happy Dell of Conanga 262 S S Traveler 6807 T510 K S U MISS T510 4313 Miss Rainmaker K 142 CEM Milk 0

33

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.002

0.91

0.64

18

-4

45

83

0.56

CEM Milk 14

33

Fat

RE

Marb

0.021

-0.08

0.56

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-12.83

48.31

42.44

43.66

32.99

10.67

114.41

-9.76

60.65

37.46

28.47

30.38

-1.91

80.81

Performance-oriented with $ indices to prove it. Her most recent offspring, Lot 10, is a good reflection of her potential. Confirmed to EF Commando 1366 11/25/2016.

An impressive track record, 3149 has weaned calves at ratios of 112 and 118, while still ranking in the top 1% for both CED and BW. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

103

104

KSU MISS HOOVER DAM 3183 Reg #: 17797804

DOB: 02/15/2013

Tattoo: 3183

SydGen C C & 7 HOOVER DAM Erica of Ellston C124 G A R Predestined KSU MISS PREDESTINED 7166 G A R H141 Precision 03 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

5

1.8

44

87

0.56

Reg #: 17915932

DOB: 02/15/2014

Tattoo: 4121

Connealy Tobin CONNEALY CONFIDENCE 0100 Becka Gala of Conanga 8281 TC Aberdeen 759 KSU MISS ABERDEEN 2138 KSU Miss New Frontier 6169

CEM Milk 8

23

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

CEM Milk

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.007

0.78

0.76

N/A

-1.7

40

76

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

22

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-4.47

34.43

43.03

45.73

36.45

9.28

126.44

0.39

36.56

27.42

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Balanced for performance, 3183 is one of the larger framed, easier fleshing cows in the offering. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017. 32

KSU MISS CONFIDENCE 4121

Moderate and easy doing, 4121 ranks in the top 4% of the breed for BW. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

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ANGUS FALL CALVING COWS KSU MISS IN SURE 4152 Reg #: 17849173

DOB: 01/18/2014

Tattoo: 4152

Mytty In Focus CONNEALY IN SURE 8524 Entreena of Conanga 657 B/R New Day 454 KSU MISS NEW DAY 1183 G A R Objective 2177 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

8

0.6

56

98

0.5

106

KSU MISS PROPHET 4159 Reg #: 17915873

DOB: 01/17/2014

Tattoo: 4159

C R A Bextor 872 5205 608 G A R PROPHET G A R Objective 1885 HARB Pendleton 765 J H KSU MISS PENDLETON 0160 KSU Miss Integrity 5312 CEM Milk 9

34

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.001

0.89

0.75

12

0.7

53

93

0.05

CEM Milk 13

33

Fat

RE

Marb

0.055

0.44

1.02

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-18.21

66.68

41.57

44.99

36.16

8.83

124.74

-20.04

57.83

49.01

40.75

42.62

-1.87

121.59

Dam of Lot 16, 4152 weaned him at a ratio of 112, while being one of the more moderate females at KSU. She is a past show piece. Confirmed to Connealy Comrade 11/25/2016.

An impressive EPD profile, 4159 covers all the bases well. Confirmed to Connealy Comrade 11/25/2016.

107

108

KSU DAYBREAK 4186 Reg #: 17902851

DOB: 02/03/2014

Tattoo: 4186

MCC Daybreak KSU DAYBREAK 0114 KSU Miss Objective 8207 KSU Predestined 8209 KSU MISS PREDESTINED 0125 KSU Miss Objective 8129 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

10

-1

34

66

0.02

KSU MISS ALL IN 5150 Reg #: 18238344

DOB: 01/02/2015

Tattoo: 5150

A A R Ten X 7008 S A DEER VALLEY ALL IN Deer Valley Rita 0274 Hunts Calculator 2720 K S U MISS CALCULATOR 3123 Miss Bando K 8203

CEM Milk 13

21

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

0.02

0.59

0.28

16

-2.2

49

83

1.39

CEM Milk 16

19

Fat

RE

Marb

0.016

0.22

0.54

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

9.04

32.44

17.48

26.97

19.27

7.7

70.22

14.11

58.08

41.94

32.57

29.66

2.91

91.77

Another well-rounded female with eye appeal and functionality. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

Possibly the fanciest of the fall cows. Confirmed to EF Complement 8088 11/25/2016.

109

110

KSU MISS INSIGHT 5154 Reg #: 18238271

DOB: 01/12/2015

Tattoo: 5154

S A V Brilliance 8077 PVF INSIGHT 0129 PVF Missie 790 MCC Daybreak KSU MISS DAYBREAK 0108 KSU Miss Objective 8185 CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

5

0.7

54

92

0.58

KSU MISS MILE HIGH 5220 Reg #: 18380410

DOB: 03/10/2015

Tattoo: 5220

Riverbend Mile High 3718 KSU MILE HIGH 9199 Miss Emulation K 687 G A R Solution KSU MISS SOLUTION 7136 G A R H141 Precision 53 CEM Milk 7

30

Fat

RE

Marb

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

-0.037

1.07

0.45

7

0.3

47

79

0.71

CEM Milk 7

28

Fat

RE

Marb

-0.026

0.45

0.52

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

$EN

$W

$F

$G

$QG

$YG

$B

-8.2

64.54

45.54

40.56

26.34

14.22

127.28

-6.83

51.13

30.86

36.02

28.97

7.05

122.92

Insight daughter with eye appeal and high ranking $W. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

From our extensively used Mile High son. 5220 is reflective of his power and performance. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

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111

KSU MS SHARPER IMAGE 17Z Reg #: 2640656 DOB: 01/12/2012 3/4 Simmental 1/4 Angus

Tattoo: 17Z

DIKEMANS SURE BET TJ SHARPER IMAGE 809U T J MISS BANDO S27 HC POWER DRIVE 88H KSU MISS POWERDRIVE 56S MISS KANSAS K 3G

112

KSU MISS DRIVER 18A

Reg #: 2791525 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/10/2013

Tattoo: 18A

CNS DREAM ON L186 WAGR DRIVER 706T 3C MELODY M668 BZ SS EBONYS GRANDMASTER KSU MISS GRANDMASTER 38X KSU MISS TOTAL 13T

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

7.9

1

67.3

105.9

10.3

19.4

53

11.7

10.6

0.1

46.4

62.5

8.3

18.6

41.8

7

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.18

-0.031

0.78

111.7

67.3

0.15

-0.013

0.88

110.9

59.9

Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

Confirmed AI to EF Commando 8088 11/25/2016.

113

114

KSU MISS DEW ITRIGHT

Reg #: 2889710 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/22/2014

Tattoo: 39B

HTP SVF IN DEW TIME WELSHS DEW IT RIGHT067T SVF/NJC SENERITA N29 BMR EXPLORER KSU MISS EXPLORER 49Y KSU MISS EMBLAZON 1T

KSU MISS AUGUSTUS 7C Reg #: 3019556 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/23/2015

Tattoo: 7C

RCR AUGUSTUS R54 ASR AUGUSTUS Z2165 ASR MS JORDAN W916 TJ SHARPER IMAGE 809U KSU MS SHARPER IMAGE 24A KSU MISS MO BETTER 26U

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

9.8

3.9

67.4

91.3

6.9

10.7

44.4

12.2

12.4

0.6

62.5

94.7

7.3

16.7

48

17.7

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

0.11

-0.039

0.95

118.9

65.8

0.09

-0.037

0.8

138.4

68.1

A well-balanced female. Dam of Lot 70. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

Balanced EPD profile with calving ease and API to spare. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016 - 1/8/2017.

115

116

KSU MISS ALL AROUND 8C

Reg #: 3019545 Purebred Simmental

DOB: 01/15/2015

Tattoo: 8C

WS BEEF KING W107 WS ALL-AROUND Z35 CDI MS HIGH ROLLER 39W GW PREDESTINED 701T KSU MISS PREDESTINED 4A KSU MS MOVIN FORWARD 36Y

KSU MISS TRUST 438 ET Reg #: 43534959

DOB: 02/09/2014

Tattoo: 438

KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 NJW 73S M326 TRUST 100W ET NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S CJH HARLAND 408 KSU MISS HARLAND 025 KSU MISS FANTASTIC 531

CED

BW

WW

YW

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

CED

BW

WW

YW

SC

MCE

Milk

M&G

14.7

-1

67.2

100.4

13.3

22.3

55.9

15.4

1.1

3.0

65

111

1.5

4.8

33

65

Marb

Fat

REA

API

T1

Fat

REA

Marb

$BMI

$CEZ

$BII

$CHB

0.45

-0.013

0.59

160.2

81.9

0.003

0.95

0.17

25

17

19

36

She ranks in the top 10% for CE, BW, MC, Marb, API and TI. Pasture exposed to Mill Brae Endurance 2118 12/1/2016-1/8/2017. 34

Dam of Lot 58. A powerful, high performing Trust daughter. Pasture exposed to KSU Lambeau 332 6/1/2016 - 7/11/2016.

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RANCH PERFORMANCE HORSES

I am thrilled to be able to offer, at the 2017 Legacy Sale, such a talented group of horses which are all very unique! Each one has surprised me in how naturally talented they are and the amount they have each taught me in the one to two years I have been working with them. I hope each one of them finds a loving home in which their new owner appreciates their skills and ranch-work foundation as much as I have. Their preparation for this sale has only been possible because of the hundreds of hours of hard work my student workers have assisted me with at the Horse Unit. A big thank you to Colin, Katie and Bailey as well as our sponsors for all your outstanding help and support! Please enjoy our catalog and I can’t wait to see you at the KSU Legacy Sale. — Kallie Emig, KSU Horse Unit Manager

SALE TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. All horses are sold with current Coggins, all 2017 vaccinations, 2017 Teeth Floating and necessary wolf teeth pulled, and a 72-hour soundness guarantee of sound mind and body at the time of the sale, with the exception of announcements made from the auction block. If the buyer decides the horse is not sound, it is the buyer’s responsibility and cost to have the horse vet checked for a lameness evaluation, and return the horse within three days of the sale, at which time full purchase price will be reimbursed. 2. Terms of the sale are payment in full in the form of cash, cashier’s check or personal check during or immediately after the sale for all buyers present at the sale. IF BUYING ONLINE OR BY PHONE, CONTACT MUST BE MADE WITH KALLIE EMIG WITHIN 48 HOURS AFTER THE SALE TO DETERMINE PAYMENT AND HOUSING OF THE HORSE AFTER THE SALE. If contact from online or phone buyers is not made within 24 hours after the sale, the sale of the horse is voided. If payment from online or phone buyers is not made within seven days of the sale, the sale of the horse is voided. 3. Horses are at buyer’s expense with risk and responsibility from the time the auctioneer declares the animal sold. Horses may only be taken the day of the sale if the buyer has made payment in full. Horses may be housed at the KSU Horse Unit in a stall for up to seven days after the sale at the buyer’s expense of $15/day. 4. Registration Papers and Transfer Reports will be mailed to the buyer after payment has been cleared through Kansas State University.

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117

KSU GREAT MASTERPIECE Reg #: 5641468

Foaled: 04/17/2014 Sorrel Mare

Height: 15.1

Weight: 1,025 lb.

Genuine Doc Shining Spark Diamonds Sparkle GENUINE MASTERPIECE NRHA LTE $62,674. NRCHA Three Million Dollar Sire, NRHA Hall of Fame & Four Million NRCHA LTE $62,819. AQHA 2010 World Champion Junior Working Cowhorse. NRCHA 2011 Open Two Rein World Champion. Top 10 AQHA World Show Junior Reining. Multiple Reined Cowhorse Futurity Champion & Reserve Champion, Top 10 NRCHA Open Derby.

Dollar Sire. Equi-Stat’s All Time Leading Reined Cowhorse Sire. Offspring earnings in excess of $10,000,000 including the producers of more than $22,800,000.

split 3rd, Texas Classic Junior Cutting Championship; 3rd in the Nation in AQHA High Point Junior Cutting. An NRCHA Top 20 All-Time Leading Producer (2009), whose foals have earned over $274,000.

Kings Masterpiece NCHA LTE $6,327 and 11.5 AQHA points. 4th AQHA World Championship Junior Cutting;

Peppy San Badger Doc’s Masterpiece

Larks Deposition GREAT SOUTHERN PINE Earner of 42 Heading pts & 25.5 Heeling pts. AQHA World Show Qualifier, AQHA & NRHA

Rugged Lark Tonnob Sugar Gal

Little Ruby Pine Own daughter of Great Pine, an AQHA Champion, NRHA Hall Of Fame Inductee, Sire of NRHA

Great Pine Ruby Duty

Dam of multiple using ranch horses and the granddaughter of one of the first AQHA World Show Superhorses, Rugged Lark, who placed in the Top 4 in each of his 5 events shown at the 1987 World Show.

Produce Earnings over $10,400. Own Son of 1987 AQHA World Show Superhorse, Rugged Lark, who is an AQHA Hall Of Fame Horse & the ONLY STALLION to sire 2 AQHA Superhorses.

Offspring Earnings of $782,268 & the #16 All Time Leading Reining Sire.

Pure class and elegance is the only way to describe this talented mare. This cute mare’s pedigree is packed with beautiful movers and it is evident when you see her ride as she is always steady in her frame and moves easily through transitions and maneuvers. Her natural cowsense and athletic ability make her an obvious pick to excel at any reined cowhorse show or in the ranch riding and reining. But don’t let this pretty mare fool you that she hasn’t earned her keep on the ranch! “Acorn” has prowled plenty of pastures in the rough Flint Hills, sorted open heifers, and heeled plenty of calves in the open country. Don’t pass up your chance to own an incredibly talented mare with the disposition of a gelding. 36

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KSU HOT N SHINEY Reg #: 5570148

Foaled: 05/06/2013 Palomino Gelding

Height: 14.2

Weight: 1,075 lb.

Nu Cash Nu Chex To Cash Amarilla Chex ER HOT CHEX NRHA LTE $61,000. AQHA #1 All Time Reining Point Earner. PHBA World Champion Senior AQHA Performance Champion. Superior Calf Roping, Reining, Heeling. 2002 AQHA High Point Jr Calf Roping-3rd. 2003 AQHA World Show Jr Calf Roping-7th. 620 AQHA total points in Calf Roping, Heeling, Reining and Working Cow Horse. Offspring AQHA points earned=857.5 & Multiple World Show Top Five and Top Ten’s.

Reining and Senior Working Cow Horse. Only horse in AQHA history to win both Reining & Working Cowhorse High Point Titles the same year. NRHA Hall of Fame & Two Million Dollar Sire. Offspring earnings over $1,214,000.

Ima Last Peppy

Sugars San Peppy Ima Doc Step

Dam of Offspring earning over 790 AQHA points. Own daughter of Sugars San Peppy, NCHA LTE $109,024 and NCHA Bronze COA.

Shiners Charcoal KSU SHINING DIAMOND Earner of 55 AQHA points in Reining, AQHA World Show Qualifier-1999, 2000, 2001, 2002.

Shining Spark Docsanfridee

MS Diamond Cowgirl Granddaughter of Tenino Tuffy (by Mr San Peppy) and Cowboy Quincy (race earnings $4,999

MR Doc Bar Diamond MissFourOnTheFloor

Granddaughter of AQHA Hall of Fame and World Champion, Shining Spark, who is an NRCHA and NRHA Three Million Dollar Sire.

Offspring earning 206 points in all divisions combined. Sire of Multiple World Show Qualifiers and AQHA World Show Top Ten’s.

and AQHA performance points)

They don’t come much cuter than this stout-made, 4-year-old gelding. “Stoney” turns heads everywhere he goes and is an instant favorite with everyone who meets him because of his friendly disposition. This athletic gelding has loads of experience on the ranch and is our go-to horse no matter the task at hand and for putting a more novice rider on to help gather pastures. Dragging calves, sorting, loading the tub and alley, tagging and doctoring calves, as well as, being hauled to multiple ranch rodeos and shows is just a short list of what Stoney is well accustomed to for his everyday job as a using horse. These experiences and skills, combined with his natural self-carriage are what make this fun-loving gelding an easy pick to put you in the money competitively in heeling, breakaway, calf roping, working cowhorse or ranch riding. Stoney will make an outstanding all-around ranch and show horse for anyone. The Legacy Sale • asi.ksu.edu/bullsale

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119

KSU CASHONLY PLAYBOY Reg #: 5577342

Foaled: 04/25/2013 Red Roan Gelding

Height: 15

Weight: 1,130 lb.

Peppy San Badger Peptoboonsmal Royal Blue Boon PLAYBOY BOONSMAL NCHA LTE $180,487 NCHA Futurity Open Champion. Produced 886 money NCHA LTE $157,490. 2003 Texas Open Derby Champion, Top Ten NCHA Open World Finals, Houston Livestock Show NCHA Open Cutting Champion, Augusta 4 year old Futurity Limited Open Reserve Champion

earning offspring who average lifetime earnings of $29,239 for a total offspring earnings of over $25,905,680.

4 year old Limited Open Champion. Offspring earnings $255,446.

Freckles Playboy Playboys Stormy Sport Model Snippy NCHA LTE $42,404. NCHA Non Pro Classic Champion, 5th NCHA Non Pro Derby, Steamboat Springs Night Deposit Chex KSU LIL MO CASH NRCHA, NCHA & NRHA LTE $118,826. Equi-Stat’s #2 Leading Money Earner in NRHA, NRCHA

Nu Chex To Cash Salena Cee

KSU Lil Mo Lovin Dam of multiple using ranch horses, granddaughter of Peppy San Badger and Bar Flits

Little Mo Peppy Little Lovie

Dam of Money Earner in Ranch Horse Competition and Versatility Ranch Horse shows.

and NCHA. Earner of 152.5 AQHA points. AQHA World Champion Amateur Working Cowhorse, NRCHA World Champion Non Pro Bridle Horse. AQHA Congress Champion Amateur Reining.

Pokey (by Bar Flit)

This pretty 4-year-old gelding is easily THE highest quality and most experienced horse K-State has ever sold! “Roany” has literally done it all from gathering large pastures, dragging big calves, roping and doctoring sick cattle in the pasture, sorting pairs, hauled to multiple ranch rodeos and shows and even won money in the show pen. Kallie and Roany were the KC Ranch Horse Classic Champion in the Prospect Division, winning both the Reining class and the Ranch Trail class during the summer of 2016. Roany also was second in the Boxing and fourth in the Snaffle Bit Cutting in a tough class of young colts at the Versatility Ranch Horse Winter Series January Show and will be shown again in February. Roany has also been shown in the Midwest Ranch Horse Competition shows and an AQHA Ranch Riding class. This exceptional gelding is guaranteed to excel at whatever you ask him to do on the ranch or in the show pen! 38

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KSU RACY REY Reg #: 5636637

Foaled: 04/09/2014 Bay Gelding

Height: 15.3

Weight: 1,200 lb.

Strike The Cash HadToBeNuts Shes Bad LK RACY ROGUE SII-114/AAAT/ROM. LTE $259,779. 17-9(2)-1(1)-2(1) (Stakes Wins). Superior Race Horse, 1D Barrel Horse & LTE $7,631. 16.1 hands, 1400 lbs. 2011 BFA Juvenile Futurity Top Twenty, 2012 LG Pro Classic Futurity, First Go Round Winner & Finals Qualifier, Top 5 2012 AQHA World Show Junior Barrel Racing, Full Brother-Hada Certain Charm-SI-98 LTE $82.903. First foals arrived 2014.

Register of Merit. Won: Harrahs Entertainment D., Mr Jet Moore H. Produce Earnings $969,313.

All-time #1 Producing daughter of Dash For Perks. All-time #3 Stakes winning daughter of Dash For Perks. Produce Earnings $268,552. Own daughter of Dash For Perks, sire of progeny earning over $3.2 Million, currently #4 all-time leading barrel sire and the #5 all-time leading broodmare sire.

Dam of Multiple Heading and Steer Wrestling Horses Competing in National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association and High School Rodeo.

All Time Offspring Lifetime Average Cutting Earnings LTE= $895,493.

LK Classy Perk SI-98, 4 Wins to 4. LTE $42,946. 2000 AQHA Oklahoma Champion Running Filly of the Year.

Dash For Perks Aimees Classy

TAMU Nu Bar Rey KSU BUENA BAR REY Own son of Nu Bar, Top Stallion Ranked by All Time Offspring Cutting earnings and

Nu Bar TAMU Rey Etta

KSU Buena Potrilla Granddaughter of AQHA Hall Of Fame Horse, Zan Parr Bar

Bueno Zan Cherokees Charro

Barrel racers and team ropers better take a look at this running-bred gelding! Not only does this horse have the speed, his maternal cutting lines have given him loads of athletic ability to turn on a dime and get low. Not many horses with his size can prowl around or rollback like he can and have a gentle and quiet disposition to boot. His more than adequate bone, strong withers and conformation make this gelding built to last for a life of competition or on the ranch. “Racy Rey” has gone all day gathering pastures, roped and doctored calves, and has remained sure footed and willing all the way through the rough hills on the Konza Prairie. The TAMU Nu Bar Rey horses have a popular following in the rodeo world and on the ranch, and the owners are always asking for more geldings by him. This gentle giant will not disappoint you at whatever job you give him. The Legacy Sale • asi.ksu.edu/bullsale

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PUREBRED BEEF UNIT Builds new headquarters; continues the legacy During the fall of 2016, the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry began construction to relocate the Purebred Unit headquarters. Please plan to join us for a dedication ceremony at 3 p.m. at the new headquarters where the pavement ends at the crest of hill as you approach the Stanley Stout Center. The new facility will provide state of the art equipment and space for the next chapter in the unit’s history. New facilities include multipurpose, lab, calving barn and processing spaces as well as equipment to measure individual feed intake and efficiency. Our mission continues to provide undergraduate and graduate students with practical experience in breeding, feeding, management and marketing of purebred seedstock as well as give livestock selection and general animal science courses the opportunity to evaluate quality cattle. The faculty employing unit resources seek to conduct leading research in the areas of genetic improvement, nutrition and management of beef cattle for a range of economically important traits and serve as a demonstration facility highlighting the best management practices in beef production for breeding, genetics, reproductive management and nutrition. Kansas State University Purebred Beef Unit annually runs nearly 300 breeding-age purebred Angus, Hereford, and Simmental cows on 4,000 acres of native bluestem grass to meet this critical need.

CATTLEMEN’S DAY 2017 March 3, 2017 • Animal Sciences & Industry Weber Hall, Manhattan, Kansas

SCHEDULE Thursday, March 2 47th Annual Stockmen’s Dinner Honoring Richard Janssen Four Points by Sheraton, Manhattan, Kansas Friday, March 3 104th Annual Cattlemen’s Day Weber Hall, Kansas State University 8 a.m. Commercial Trade Show & Educational Exhibits Morning refreshments sponsored by New Generation Supplements Inc. 10 a.m. Opening Session featuring K-State President General Richard B. Myers Noon

Lunch sponsored by U.S. Premium Beef and commercial exhibitors

1 p.m.

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

2 p.m.

Ranch Horse Sale Preview, Stanley Stout Outdoor Arena

3 p.m.

New Purebred Beef Unit Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Purebred Beef Unit, 2230 Denison Ave.

4 p.m. 40th Annual Legacy Sale, Stanley Stout Center

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2016-17 Livestock Sales Management Class — Seated (l to r) are: Lauren Geis, Durham, KS; Alexis

Hissong, Oberlin, KS; Savannah Smith, Hopewell, KS; Nicole DeMars, Miltonvale, KS; Shynia Peterman, Lyons, KS; Ashley Fitzsimmons, Cunningham, KS; Rachael Buzanowski, Pompeys Pillar, MT; Kendra Pryor, Pleasant Hill, MO; Allison Schulz, Iron Ridge, WI; Kerstin Pierce, El Dorado, KS; Clara Cross, Lewis, KS; and Rachel Waggie, Doswell, VA. Back row (l to r) are: Jayne Bannister, Kent, NY; Alexandra Davis, Overland Park, KS; Savannah Speckhart, Princeville, IL; Rachel Footit, Meriden, CT; Caden Lynch, Lawrence, KS; Justus Bartonek, Olmitz, KS; Jackson Wingert, Ottawa, KS; Luke Sankey, Andale, KS; Joseph Reinert, Cassoday, KS; Eric Blythe, White City, KS; Tyler Thomas, Baker, OR; Boyd Roenne, Meriden, KS; Andrew Phipps, Matfield Green, KS; Cale Spencer, Lyndon, KS; Trevor Haun, Fredonia, KS; and Devon Coulson, Kirksville, MO. Not pictured are: Mardi O’Brien, Kyancutta, South Australia; and Chase Gleason, Uniontown, KS.

THANK YOU

Gardiner Angus Ranch, Mark Gardiner Graphic Arts of Topeka, Deb Norton and Dixie Russell Mrs. Joyce Hale Family, Cedar Creek Ranch Cross Country Genetics North Inc., Dr. Clay Breiner, Dr. Kirk Gray and Dr. Joel Anderson Triple C Manufacturing LiveAuctions.tv, Brad Fahrmeier GeneSeek, Rick Pfortmiller Select Sires, Brian House Roto-Mix LLC, Mark Cooksey Hold’em Fence Co., Yatchel Benedict Carl and Connie Miller Kent Jaecke, Rockin K Productions Fink Beef Genetics, Galen & Lori Fink Gary Doss Dr. David Grieger Blueville Nursery Suther’s, Bracey Lerner Purina, Sarah Leonhard K-State Stocker Unit, Dr. Dale Blasi and Bill Hollenbeck K-State Cow Calf Unit, Dr. KC Olson and Garret Preedy K-State Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Dr. Manuel Chamorro and staff K-State Beef Cattle Research Center, Dr. Jim Drouillard and staff Kansas Artificial Breeding Services Unit, Dr. Tom Taul and staff K-State ASI Staff: Angie Denton, Lois Schreiner and Tim Carson Purebred Unit Student Employees: Justus Bartonek, Dan Johnson, Rachael Buzanowski, Dane Cummings, Logan Drake and Chase Gleason

MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR NEXT YEAR’S LEGACY SALE ON MARCH 2, 2018!


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