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SOUTHDOWN FALL 2018 | VOLUME 20 | ISSUE 1

JOURNAL

THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS’ ASSOCIATION


From start to finish...

Southdowns, the breed for youth.

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

FROM THE EDITOR

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BY: KAYLA JENNINGS

President’s Message Scott Flanagan

ASBA Past Futurity Winners ASBA

2019 ASBA Pot O’ Gold Futurity Point Record Form Letter from the Secretary Gary Jennings

Annual Meeting Notice ASBA

North American International Livestock Exhibition Schedule Spirit of the Breed Awards ASBA

ASBA Board Meeting Minutes Gary Jennings

ASBA Board Directors ASBA

Genetic Disorders: Unpacked Scott Flanagan

Show & Sale Highlights ASBA

Breeders’ Directory ASBA

2018 Election for ASBA Board of Directors Junior Member Directory ASBA

Ad Index

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s the temperature begins to cool and fall leaves hit the ground, those in the livestock business know the North American International Livestock Exhibition (NAILE) is right around the corner. For Southdown breeders, the sight of green shavings in Louisville, Kentucky, means not only fierce competition, but also the opportunity to reunite with old friends and make new ones. Exhibitors young and old will either be reminded or discover Southdown breeders are a family unlike any other. The sheep are high quality, but the people are unmatched. It will be an exciting time for juniors to participate in the wether show before bringing their breeding stock to the junior show. Juniors will also put their knowledge to the test during the Southdown Skillathon. The 27th Annual Stars of Louisville Southdown Sale will afford the opportunity for members to bring home elite ewes to make the next generation better. Adult and youth alike are invited to the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association and social to kick off the shows on the following days. Throughout the pages of this issue you will see some of the most elite breeders highlighted through their advertising, learn how to become involved in Southdown leadership and other happenings, and take away some pertinent knowledge as it relates to genetic testing. Don’t forget about the breeders’ directory and junior membership list either. This tool may help you track down your next outlet for high quality sheep in your area. As I wrap up my second issue of the Southdown Journal, I am constantly reminded of the excitement centered on the Southdown breed. In tandem, I am reminded of the rich history surrounding the breed and its members. I hope these pages are a testament of that for you. See you in Louisville! SJ

AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS’ ASSOCIATION Gary Jennings, Executive Secretary 100 Cornerstone Road Fredonia, TX 76842 Phone: 325.429.6226 Fax: 325.429.6225 Email: southdown@ctesc.net Kayla Jennings, Editor Phone: 830.570.2630 Email: kaylamariejennings@gmail.com Website: southdownsheep.org Facebook: American Southdown Breeders Association PRINTED BY: Sutherland Printing, Montezuma, Iowa FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL | 2


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BY: SCOTT FLANAGAN

urn out the lights, the party is over keeps playing in my head (I can only hear this song in my mind when Willie Nelson is singing it!) as I contemplate the ending of my stint as President of the American Southdown Breeders Association (ASBA). It has truly been an honor and privilege to serve the needs of the association membership over the past two years. In many ways, I wish everyone could experience serving our association as President because it gives you a new perspective regarding the quality of people that we have in our membership. In my years as a director, I can honestly say that every board member and committee volunteer that I have worked with has had the best interest of the association in mind. There may have been differences regarding how to best serve the membership, but the hearts of those involved have always been inclined toward the best interest of Southdown breeders as a whole. Looking back over the past two years we have seen Southdowns continue to increase in both popularity and numbers. We have experienced record numbers of participants in Southdown classes across the nation including our National Junior Show and last year’s National Show in Louisville. We have seen strong, healthy participation in our National Futurity Program and it never ceases to amaze me how accomplished and competitive our Southdown Youth are when competing in showmanship contests, skillathons and production contests. Our association has also remained financially strong with robust numbers of memberships, registrations and transfers! As we look to the future we see several initiatives that will continue to promote and better serve the association membership. First, we are embarking on a new journey in rethinking our youth programming and ambassador program. In the coming months we will be seeking to hire a part-time youth coordinator to oversee the activities of our youth programming. This position will have both a monthly salary and travel allowance. Interviews will take place in Louisville this year and we hope to hire someone shortly after the interview process. We are hoping to find a highly motivated individual who has a vision to serve the youth of our association across the nation. This will be an exciting addition to our staffing and will allow our association the ability to meet the future needs of our youth! At our meeting in Louisville this year we will also be voting on a new proposal to realign our directors to more closely reflect the demographic/membership changes that we have seen over the past 10 years. And finally, we began a process last year that we hope to continue in updating and modernizing our online presence to aid in meeting the needs of our membership, and we hope marketing the Southdown Brand around the nation.

In the coming years, we will see some major changes in our association as well as the livestock industry as a whole. Whenever we are faced with change, our natural inclination is to resist the change and fear the future. As we push forward, we have to remember that we do not need to shy away from these future challenges. If we hold fast to the values that have caused our association to flourish, if we continue to invest in our youth, if we trust that new leaders and volunteers will rise to the surface, then we will continue to see our association prosper and the popularity of our breed continue in its growth. All we have to do as individuals to make this future a reality is to step up and be part of the process! SJ

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POT ‘O GOLD EWE LAMB FUTURITY WINNERS 1992 Bradley Hopkins, RI; Gale Cole, IL 1993 Andy McGuire, IA; B & B Howard, OK 1994 Amber Robison, OK; Duron Howard, OK 1995 Lily Seibert, CA; Gale Cole, IL 1996 Andy McGuire, IA; B & B Howard, OK 1997 Desirae Riehle, IA; Duron Howard, OK 1998 Andy McGuire, IA; Duron Howard, OK 1999 Desirae Riehle, IA; Duron Howard, OK 2000 Desirae Riehle, IA; Duron Howard, OK 2001 Krystal Repasky, MN; Forsee Southdowns, KY 2002 Bill Leib, Mechanicsburg, PA; Duron Howard, OK 2003 Aaron Jennings, TX; David Fruendt, IL 2004 Desirae Riehle, IA; Duron Howard, OK 5 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL

2005 Krystal Repasky, MN; Scenic View Farms, PA 2006 Austin Lewis, IA; B & B Howard, OK 2007 Kayla Wolkow, SD; MB Genetics, WI 2008 Nick Fowler, OH; B&B Howard, OK 2009 Whitney Betts, DE; Robert & Deb Fielder, CA 2010 Adriana Wendland, MN; A&M Ranch, IL 2011 Caroline Kuhn, IN ; John Jones, WI 2012 Emily Johnson, IL; Maddox, OK 2013 Seth Michel, IN; A&M Ranch, IL 2014 Drew George, MI; Forsee Southdowns, KY 2015 Lexy Grace, NH; Scramlin Southdowns, MI 2016 Carson Lobdell, WI; Kody Bowman, IL 2017 Drew George, MI; Forsee Southdowns, KY


2019 ASBA Pot O’ Gold Futurity Point Record Form

Limited to eligible Southdown Spring Ewe Lambs, Fall Ewe Lambs, Yearling Ewes, and Market Lambs*

Market lambs may be either wethers or ewe lambs. Ewe lambs must be designated as market or breeding at the first show and will continue in that category throughout the year.

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION: Name: ___________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________________ (Box, Street, Etc.)

(City)

(State)

(Zip)

ANIMAL EXHIBITED: Spring Ewe Lamb

Fall Ewe Lamb

Yearling Ewe

Market Lamb

Animal Ear Tag # __________ ASBA Registry # _____________ Scrapie # _________________ Animal Birthdate: __________ Breeder______________________ City____________ State_______ LIVESTOCK SHOW: Show Name: _____________________________________

Junior

Open

Show Location: __________________________________ (City/State)

Date of Show: _______________________ Judge’s Name: _________________________ PLACING IN CLASS:

(Month/Day/Year)

Animal Placing: _________________

Number of Animals in Class: ____________

As superintendent or manager of the exhibition, I verify that the above information for said exhibitor, animal, placing, and class size is accurate. __________________________________________________ (Superintendent/Manager Signature and Title)

_________________________________ (Phone number or email address)

Mail Completed Form to: American Southdown Breeders’ Association 100 Cornerstone Rd. Fredonia, TX 76842

Form must be filled out completely to be counted and postmarked within 14 days of the date of the show. *Complete rules on futurity designation, ownership name, shows and awards are found in the ASBA Journal and Directory and on the website at www.southdownsheep.org

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LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY BY: GARY JENNINGS

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e all love competition, and for most, the more competitive the better. It was the year 1990. The President of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association (ASBA) was Mr. Gale Tempel of Wiley, Colorado. Most in the Association would not know Gale now, but a finer individual could not be found. Gale was a shepherd’s shepherd. He had a wonderful flock of Southdowns with a strong New Zealand influence, and his flock was one of the best in America at the time. In our frequent phone conversations, an idea that could benefit those raising Southdowns, but more importantly those youth showing Southdowns, kept surfacing. The idea developed into a proposal for a spring ewe lamb futurity. Money was to be collected by a nomination fee from breeders, ewe lambs could be nominated and sold at specified sales, and then the youth would send the Association office information on the placings of that animal at those shows. This could stimulate the sale of ewe lambs and create a competition for youth interested in developing their own flocks. The idea was presented to the Board of Directors in the fall of 1991, and the year 1992 saw the first spring ewe lamb futurity called the Pot O’ Gold Futurity. The nomination fee was $25 for breeders. Ewe lambs could be purchased at only five designated sales, all ewe lambs had to be tattooed when purchased, and the country was split into regions of competition. The rules allowed points to count from only designated shows, and the points were doubled for the All-American Junior Show and the junior show at the North American International Livestock Exposition. The Board guaranteed a minimum of $700 in premium payouts to youth. Southdown breeders immediately bought into the concept, and a total of $925 in nomination fees was collected the first year. The futurity was off and running. Thanks to a strong futurity committee, individuals volunteered at each of the designated sales to make sure ewe lambs were identified and tattooed when purchased. This joint effort may have begun small, but that small idea grew into something special. Before long breeders began to consign and nominate their best ewe lambs to the designated sales. In turn, it did not take long for juniors and their families to realize the benefits of a competitive event that stretched across the entire country and the opportunities from being involved in Southdowns. As there were only certain designated shows, it was not uncommon to see families load up and go great distances to shows they would not have normally attended. That increased competition and Southdown numbers at these shows. As the spring ewe lamb futurity grew and became an integral part of the Association and its membership, it 9 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL

was only fitting to add a fall ewe lamb class designation, a yearling ewe division, and finally a market lamb futurity. Along with the addition of different divisions came the massaging of the rules to adapt to our everchanging membership, online sales, and the inclusion of shows throughout the United States. Today, the Pot O’ Gold Futurity is as vibrant as it ever has been. Points for shows come into the office every day throughout the summer and early fall. In September and October cumulative point totals are periodically posted on our website and Facebook pages to let those participating see were they stack up against the competition. This posting of current results allows possible errors to be corrected and invariably generates excitement as youth will scramble to get one more show in to try to increase their point totals. This year, 2018, is the 27th year since the inception of the Pot O’ Gold Futurity spring lamb division. Because of its longevity, we are now watching the children of some of the early participants competing just as their parents did. Additionally, Southdown classes are often the largest breed at shows and Southdown youth excel in showmanship and other sheep-related competitions. Breeders have contributed nearly $4,000 to the spring ewe lamb division this year alone. To me, that is the greatest compliment an idea envisioned and discussed in 1990, could receive. Truly, time is the greatest test of any idea. There is a complete list of all the winners in each division of the futurity on our website. But for now, please take time to look at the complete list of futurity winners in the spring ewe lamb division that is printed in this issue of The American Southdown Journal. You may see names of youth that you will remember or, perhaps, that you know quite well. I am always so pleased to see names that bring back special memories to me, and more importantly, names of people that have been successful in their professional endeavors long after their futurity years are over. The Southdown Pot O’ Gold Futurity… “Often imitated, but never duplicated.” Congratulations to all those that chose to be a part of the 2018 futurity. Enjoy the competition. Let’s see who will prevail after the final class in Louisville. SJ Gary Jennings, Executive Secretary 100 Cornerstone Road Fredonia, TX 76842 Phone: 325.429.6226 Fax: 325.429.6225 Email: southdown@ctesc.net


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OFFICERS: President • Dr. Scott Flanagan San Angelo, Texas (325) 234-8843 Vice President • J. J. Maddox Thomas, Oklahoma (580) 593-2455 DIRECTORS: Patty Abell Aurora, Oregon (503) 266-2229 • Barbara Bishop Rio, Wisconsin (920) 992-6183 Claudette Choma Stafford Springs,CT 860-684-4315 • Jim Davis Odell, Illinois (815) 998-2359 • Brian Forsee Owenton, Kentucky (502) 484-2801 • Edward Keeny Red Lion, Pennsylvania (717) 244-5793 • Heath Laber Longmont, Colorado (970) 580-0172 • Mike McElvain Heyworth, Illinois (309) 830-3340 • John Nixon Hilmar, California (209) 620-4184 • Jeff Oldenburg Mulhall, Oklahoma (405) 880-5857 • Jeff Repasky Prior Lake, Minnesota (612) 282-7782 • L. C. Scramlin Holly, Michigan (248) 634-3043 • Jessy Harris Shanks Lenoir City, Tennessee (865) 363-9250 • Kelly Wright Westmoreland,NH 603-852-8241

AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION

Gary Jennings Secretary- Treasurer 100 Cornerstone Rd. Fredonia, Texas 76842 (325) 429-6226 FAX (325) 429-6225 e-mail -southdown@ctesc.net

October 2018 October 1,1,2018 Dear Southdown Breeders’ Association Dear American American Southdown Breeders' Association Member, Member, In with the Constitution and of By-Laws of the American Southdown In accordance accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws the American Southdown Breeders’ Association, this isofficial your written officialnotice written the annual Breeders' Association, this is your of thenotice annual of meeting of this meeting of th this Association. The 136th annual meeting will be held Saturday, November Association. The 136 annual meeting will be held Saturday, November 2018, in the south 10, 2018, in the south wing of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, wing of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, Louisville, Kentucky. A casual mixerLouisville, which will Kentucky. A casual mixer which will begin at 6:00 p.m. with the annual begin at 6:00 p.m. with the annual meeting immediately following. This promises to be a meeting immediately following. This promises to be a convenient opportunity to socialize convenient opportunity to socialize with Southdown breeders and their families from across with Southdown breeders and their families from across America, to review America, to review the year’s activities by the Southdown Ambassador team, and to recognize the year’s activities by the Southdown ambassador team, and to recognize the achievements of Southdown members before sitting down to conduct the business of our the achievements of Southdown members before sitting down to conduct the association. business of our association. is our that you you will be able attendtothe annualthe meeting and many of theand many of the ItIt is ourhope hope that will betoable attend annual meeting events of the North American International Livestock Exposition. It would be best to our events of the North American International Livestock Exposition. It check would website or that of the North American for theofschedule of all American events. Our Association will sponsor be best to check our website or that the North for the schedule on Saturday a skillathon for our youth members starting at 9:00 a.m., followed by the "Stars of all events. Our Association will sponsor on Saturday a skillathon for our of Louisville" ewe salestarting at 12:30 p.m. Sunday's junior breeding beginof at Louisville” 8:00 a.m. withewe youth members at 9:00 a.m., followed byshow the will “Stars sale at 12:30Then p.m.finally, Sunday’s junior breeding show at morning 8:00 a.m. with Southdowns. the National Southdown Show will will beginbegin Tuesday at 8:00 Southdowns. Then finally, the National Southdown Show will begin Tuesday a.m. morning at 8:00 a.m. If you attend the annual meeting and are a member who has paid dues in the

Ifpast youfiscal attend meeting and are aand member has paid dues in the year,the you annual are entitled to vote on election businesswho items. If you past fiscal year, are entitled vote on election and business items. request If you cannot attend and you wish to vote, a proxyto may represent you. A member must personally cannot attend and wish to vote, a proxy may represent you. A member must the proxy in writing after receiving notice of the annual meeting, then file at least 15 days prior to personally request the proxy in writing after receiving notice of the annual the meeting, said proxy in the office of the Executive Secretary of the Association. This year meeting, then file at least 15 days prior to the meeting, said proxy in the office several important amendments to our Constitution will be voted upon. You will find a complete of the executive secretary of the Association. This year several important explanation in another section of the Journal. amendments to our constitution will be voted upon. You will find a complete explanation in another section of the journal. Again, it is our sincere hope that you can attend the North American and all the events involving

the Southdown breed. It has been another strong year for our breed, and Louisville will be a Again, it is our sincere hope that you can attend the North American and all the fitting close to the 136th year of the Association. events involving the Southdown breed. It has been another strong year for our breed, and Louisville will be a fitting close to the 136th year of the Association. Sincerely,

Sincerely, Scott Flanagan President

Scott Flanagan American Southdown Breeders' Association President American Southdown Breeders’ Association

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NORTH AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER 7-15, 2018

WEDNESDAY | NOVEMBER 7, 2018 8:00 A.M. | Begin Receiving Sheep – South Wing

FRIDAY | NOVEMBER 9, 2018

10:00 A.M. | Junior Breeding Sheep Showmanship – South Wing A 12:00 P.M. | All Junior sheep must be in place and checked in 4:00 P.M. | Market Lamb Showmanship – South Wing C 4:00 P.M. | Board of Directors Informal Meeting – TBA 5:00 P.M. | Lead Line Classes 6:00 P.M. | All Junior Sheep Must Be Checked In

SATURDAY | NOVEMBER 10, 2018

8:00 A.M. | Junior Wether Show – South Wing C 9:00 A.M. | Southdown Skillathon – TBA 12:30 P.M. | Stars of Louisville Southdown Sale – East Hall 6:00 P.M. | Southdown Social – TBA 136th Annual Meeting of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association following the social Junior Mixer for all youth during the 136th Annual Meeting Board of Directors Reorganizational Meeting following the 135th Annual Meeting

SUNDAY | NOVEMBER 11, 2018

8:00 A.M. | Junior Southdown Breeding Sheep Show – South Wing A, Ring 3 Breeds shown on Sunday, will be released following completion of each breed show. Junior Supreme Champion Selections following the junior breeding show – South Wing A

TUESDAY | NOVEMBER 13, 2018

8:00 A.M. | National Southdown Show – South Wing A, Ring 1

THURSDAY | NOVEMBER 15, 2018

FOLLOWING THE 8:00 A.M. OPEN SHOW | Selection of Supreme Champion Ram and Ewe Release of all open show sheep

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SPIRIT OF THE BREED AWARD

he Spirit of the Breed Award was established in order to recognize individuals, couples, families, or ranches/farms that have made significant contributions above and beyond the call of duty to the betterment of the Southdown breed. In an organization that spans the United States, many times these contributions are unknown to an entire membership. This award is an opportunity to honor those who have not only been in the forefront, but also have been behind the scenes offering educational and hands-on assistance to junior members and other breeders. The recipient of the Southdown Spirit of the Breed Award is announced at the annual meeting of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association at the North American International Livestock Exposition at Louisville, Kentucky in November. A revolving trophy donated by Northern Starr Livestock Services at the 126th Anniversary of the ASBA is awarded to the recipient for one year, and a permanent plaque is provided the following year upon return of the trophy. You, as junior or senior members, of the Southdown association are invited to nominate someone you feel deserves this award and that fulfills the following: 1. Have shown exemplary service to the breed 2. Are twenty-two years and older 3. Have not previously won the Spirit of the

Breed Award Submit the application with the following: 1. Name, phone number, and address of person submitting the application 2. Name, phone number, and address of the individual, couple, family, or ranch/farm nominated 3. Organizations, groups, schools, etc. in addition to the ASBA in which the nominee is involved 4. Approximate number of years the nominee has been involved in the ASBA 5. Other livestock in addition to Southdowns raised by the nominee 6. How the nominee serves as a role model or emulates the Southdown breed ideals 7. A one-page essay describing why this nominee is an exceptional candidate for the award For further information, contact the ASBA office. SUBMIT THE APPLICATION AND TYPED ESSAY NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 1, 2018 BY MAIL, FAX, OR EMAIL. AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS’ ASSOCIATION SOUTHDOWN SPIRIT OF THE BREED AWARD 100 CORNERSTONE RD. FREDONIA, TEXAS 76842 OFFICE: (325) 429-6226 FAX: (325) 429-6225 WWW.SOUTHDOWNSHEEP.ORG

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PAST RECIPIENTS 2007 | GARY KWISNEK; CLARKSBURG, PA 2008 | KIM & JUNE WEEDY; FREDERICK, MD 2009 | MIKE MCELVAIN, HEYWORTH, IL 2010 | GALE COLE; PALMYRA, IL 2011 | TRACY REPASKY; PRIOR LAKE, MN 2012 | C.J. ROBINSON; NORTON, TX 2013 | CLAUDETTE CHOMA; STAFFORD SPRING, CT 2014 | BARBARA BISHOP; RIO, WI 2015 | L.C. SCRAMLIN FAMILY; HOLLY, MI 2016 | FRANK SEXTON; XENIA, OH 2017 | BILL JONES; WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 15 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL


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2018 NATIONAL SOUTHDOWN SALE | SEDALIA, MO. JUNE 29, 2018

A SUMMER MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS’ ASSOCIATION BY: GARY JENNINGS

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he annual midyear meeting of the Board of Directors was held Thursday, June 28th, 2018 in Sedalia, Missouri. The meeting was held in conjunction with the Midwest Stud Ram Sale, which was the National Sale for 2018. Those directors in attendance were Scott Flanagan, Jim Davis, JJ Maddox, Jeff Repasky, Brian Forsee, Mike McElvain, Heath Laber, and Patty Abell. Also, joining the meeting via conference call were Barbara Bishop, Jessy Shanks, Ed Keeney, Kelly Wright, Claudette Choma and L.C. Scramlin. President Scott Flanagan called the meeting to order at 1:15 p.m. It was moved by Brian Forsee and seconded by Kelly Wright to accept the minutes of the last informal meeting in Louisville, as presented with the noted changes in red font. The Executive Secretary also updated the Board on the financial status of the Association, as of this time in the fiscal year. It was to appear that the Association would have another excellent year. Brian Forsee, of the National Show committee, noted that the National Show in Louisville would be on a Tuesday this year. The show would not have early release on any sheep this year and Evan Snyder had been confirmed as our open show judge. Brian also reported on the discussion he had had with officials at the North American concerning classification of market lambs. The show was willing to let us assist on the classifying of Southdowns and to help with the selection of classifiers for the show. Brian Forsee moved that the Association pay a scholarship of $1,000 for the champion Southdown market lamb and $500 for the reserve champion Southdown market lamb at the North American Livestock Show. This would be paid after the show and also past scholarship winners from the last two years would be paid. There was a second from Kelly Wright on this motion. After discussion, it was moved by Mike McElvain and seconded by Patty Abell to strike the word “scholarship” from the motion. The amendment to the motion passed, then the main motion passed with the word “scholarship” stricken. Jim Davis, of the National Sale committee, stated that we need to be looking forward to next year’s sale site. Some discussion was held on the possible options. Discussion was then held on the changing of Article VI of the constitution and by-laws concerning the duties of officers and directors. There was discussion on the following wording. 17 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL

7. Officers and directors are required to attend all official ASBA board meetings either in person or by an alternative method (i.e. conference call, facetime, etc.). Any director or officer not listed in the minutes as present for three consecutive meetings is subject to removal from the Board of Directors and replaced by an appointee of the Executive Committee. The appointee shall serve on the Board until the next annual meeting. At the next annual meeting, an election for the remaining term of the position will occur. This potential change to the constitution and bylaws is to be presented to the membership 30 days prior to the annual meeting, and to be voted on at the upcoming annual meeting. There was the discussion on the two proposals to the change of the constitution and by-laws in Section 9. Two proposals for the realignment of directors representation in accordance with current numbers were offered. 1. Move one director from Region 1 and Region 4 to Region 2 and 3. Additionally, Pennsylvania and West Virginia would be moved from Region 4 into Region 3. 2. Change the directorship from 16 to a 10 member Board of Directors. One director would represent each of the current regions, and the remaining six directors would be elected at large. After discussion, it was moved by Patty Abell to present proposal #1 to the membership for consideration. It was moved by Jeff Repasky and passed. This potential change to the constitution and bylaws is to be presented to the membership 30 days prior to the annual meeting, and to be voted on at the upcoming annual meeting. Barbara Bishop noted that over 500 head of Southdowns were entered at the upcoming National Junior Show. With this number of Southdowns consigned, she would need help in the check in area and in the show ring. The President informed her that the Executive Secretary would be attending the show to help. Attention was then turned toward the Ambassador program. After discussion, it was moved by Mike McElvain that we suspend the Ambassador program and a committee be formed to look at the hiring of a junior coordinator to help with our youth. This motion was seconded by Brian Forsee and passed. Both Jessy Shanks and Ed Keeny voiced they would like to be on the committee. The President then called for New Business.


The skillathon at Louisville was discussed. There is normally around 40-45 youth who participate in 3 age divisions. The President would form a committee to make sure the event is a success. Also, a youth program after the annual mixer in Louisville, was discussed briefly. The President would form a committee to insure the success of this event. It was moved by Brian Forsee to pay Kayla $250 per show at the All-American and Louisville to take photos. Seconded by Mike McElvain and passed. The nomination committee was asked to provide names to Heartland Sale Management prior to September 1st for next year’s Midwest Stud Ram Sale Southdown show.

Jeff Repasky stated that some of the rotational trophies given by the Association need some updating. It was moved by Jeff and seconded by Mike McElvain that the Executive Secretary look at the trophies and make appropriate changes. Motion passed. It was discussed that we need to look at a sale date for the Willoughby sale in Indiana. No date was chosen. Mike McElvain moved that the National Sale committee be able to make a decision on the site of the 2019 National Sale and the date of the Willoughby Sale. Jeff Repasky seconded the motion and the motion passed. With no further business to conduct a motion was given by Patty Abell and seconded by JJ Maddox that the meeting adjourn. Motion passed and the meeting adjourned at 2:40 p.m.

EXCERPT FROM 2017 NAILE MEETING MINUTES A change of Article VI: Duties of Officers and Directors to be voted on by the membership at the 2018 annual meeting was then discussed. It was moved by L.C. Scramlin and seconded by John Nixon to amend the wording as follows: 7. Officers and Directors are required to attend all official ASBA board meetings either in person or by an alternative method (i.e. conference call, Facetime, etc.). Any Director or Officer not listed in the minutes as present for three consecutive meetings is subject to removal from the Board of Directors and replaced by an appointee of the Executive Committee. The appointee shall serve on the Board until the next annual meeting. At the next annual meeting, an election for the remaining term of the position will occur. The motion carried. In accordance with the American Southdown Breeders’ Association Constitution and By-Laws, Article V:

Directors and Officers, Section 9, L.C. Scramlin presented the directors with a breakdown of the current director Regions and Districts according to registrations and memberships. Two proposals for the realignment of director representation in accordance with current numbers were offered. Proposal I was to move one director from Region 1 and Region 4 to Regions 2 and 3. Additionally, Pennsylvania and West Virginia would be moved from Region 4 into Region 3. Proposal II was to completely change the directorship from 16 to a 10 member Board of Directors. One Director would represent each of the current regions, and the remaining six directors would be elected at large. The Directors at Large could come from any part of the country. Any changes in the realignment of the districts must be approved by a two-thirds vote of all members present at any Annual Meeting. Further discussion of this take place at the summer meeting in Sedalia, Missouri in June 2018. FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL | 18


BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT: Dr. Scott Flanagan | San Angelo, Texas

Ed Keeny | Red Lion, Pennsylvania

VICE PRESIDENT: J.J. Maddox | Thomas, Oklahoma

Mike McElvain | Heyworth, Illinois

DIRECTORS: Patty Abell | Aurora, Oregon Barbara Bishop | Rio, Wisconsin Claudette Choma | Stafford Springs, Connecticut

Heath Laber | Longmont, Colorado

John Nixon | Hilmar, California Jeff Oldenburg | Mulhall, Oklahoma Jeff Repasky | Prior Lake, Minnesota L.C. Scramlin | Holly Michigan

Jim Davis | Odell, Illinois

Jessy Harris Shanks | Lenior City, Tennessee

Brian Forsee | Owenton, Kentucky

Kelli Wright | Westmoreland, New Hampshire

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GENETIC DISORDERS: UNPACKED BY: SCOTT FLANAGAN

O

ver the past five years the ASBA directors have been monitoring the progress that our breeders have made regarding some of the genetic disorders that affect Southdowns. We are very proud of the fact that the majority of Southdown breeders are very progressive and take seriously the need to reduce the number of some of the unwanted genes in our flock. In the tables below you will see a steady reduction of the carrier state of ectodermal dysplasia (hairy lamb) and hereditary chondrodysplasia (spider lamb). We have also seen a slow reduction of QQ Individuals and an increase of RR’s in regards to scrapie codon 171. We are only in our second year of monitoring for the Callipyge Gene and are seeing a reduction in the number of individual carriers. It is important for all breeders to consider active management of these genes, because an increase of the carrier state can ultimately have a negative effect on the bottom line and seed future generations with unwanted defects. If you are interested in reading more about these genetic disorders and the testing that is required to manage them, you can consult our website (https://southdownsheep. org) under the heading of education.

ECTODERMAL DYSPLASIA (HAIRY LAMB) TIME PERIOD

% ED CARRIERS

Original data (Beever)

12%

5/22/13 – 9/3/13

17%

9/4/13 – 9/25/14

21.5%

9/26/14 – 10/30/15

17.8%

11/1/15 – 10/15/16

15.7%

10/1/16 – 9/30/17

12.5% (1210)

HEREDITARY CHONDRODYSPLASIA (SPIDER): TIME PERIOD

% SPIDER CARRIERS

5/22/13 – 9/3/13

7% (all sheep)

9/4/13 – 9/25/14

3.4%

9/26/14 – 10/30/15

2.6%

11/1/15 – 10/15/16

2.7%

10/1/16 – 9/30/17

1.9%(683)

SCRAPIE: TIME PERIOD

%QQ

%QR

%RR

9/4/13 – 9/25/14

6.2%

41.6%

52.2%

9/26/14 – 10/30/15

7.7%

39.5%

52.6%

11/1/15 – 10/15/16

6.5%

37.6%

55.9%

10/1/16 – 9/30/17

5.5% (975)

37.1%

57.3%

CALLIPYGE: TIME PERIOD

% CALLIPYGE CARRIERS

11/1/15 – 10/15/16

4.7% (141/7)

10/1/16 – 9/30/17

10.3% (29/3)

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Look for our sheep at NAILE and our Stars Sale Ewe. MADE YA LOOK

2018 JUNIOR CHAMPION RAM NATIONAL JUNIOR SHOW CH. RAM WISCONSIN STATE FAIR SUPREME CHAMPION RAM MARYLAND STATE FAIR OWNED WITH DARLINGTON DOWNS

2018 PREMIER EXHIBITOR MARYLAND STATE FAIR

NITTANY (NSLS 18107) CHAMPION EWE MARYLAND STATE FAIR

Thank you to our 2018 buyers!

Darlington ‘Downs

Introducing...

THANK YOU TO LONGENECKER SHOW STOCK FOR THEIR PARTNERSHIP ON THESE EXCITING NEW RAMS! WATCH FOR LAMBS IN BOTH OF OUR FLOCKS IN 2019!

Steak N Shake

Made Ya Look

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS TRUSTED IN OUR GENETICS THIS PAST YEAR. WE WISH YOU SUCCESS WITH YOUR PURCHASES. WATCH FOR OUR CONSIGNMENT TO THE STARS OF LOUISVILLE SALE, AN EXCITING MARCH EWE LAMB, HALF SIB TO MADE YA LOOK. WATCH FOR UPDATES ON OUR WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK PAGES. DARLINGTON ‘DOWNS 1711 - RRNNEDF A&M RECKLESS X LEININGER 5056 RESERVE CHAMPION RAM WISCONSIN STATE FAIR

DARLINGTON ‘DOWNS 802 - RRNNEDF BOWMAN 17101 X DARLINGTON ‘DOWNS 1518 (RECKLESS DAUGHTER) JR. CHAMPION RAM 2018 NATIONAL SOUTHDOWN JR. SHOW - ALL AMERICAN CHAMPION RAM WISCONSIN STATE FAIR SUPREME CHAMPION RAM MARYLAND STATE FAIR

Troy, Barb, Courtney, Casey & Carson Lobdell

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& 2018 NATIONAL SOUTHDOWN SALE SEDALIA, MISSOURI JUNE 29, 2018 RAMS

GRAND CHAMPION | BOWMAN SOUTHDOWNS BLANDINSVILLE, ILLINOIS (JUNIOR CHAMPION)

2018 NATIONAL JUNIOR SOUTHDOWN SHOW ALL-AMERICAN JUNIOR SHOW INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA JULY 7, 2018 RAMS

GRAND CHAMPION RAM | PRESTON FORSEE

OWENTON, KENTUCKY (SENIOR CHAMPION, YEARLING RAM) MARCH MADNESS 17-179

RES. CHAMPION | JALEIGH OLDENBURG MULHALL, OKLAHOMA (RES. SR CHAMPION, YEARLING RAM) OLDENBURG 7095

JUNIOR CHAMPION | CARSON LOBDELL DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN (JANUARY RAM LAMB) DARLINGTON DOWNS 805

RES. JUNIOR CHAMPION | JALEIGH OLDENBURG

LONSDALE, MINNESOTA (RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION)

MULHALL, OKLAHOMA (MARCH RAM LAMB) OLDENBURG 8076

SENIOR CHAMPION | HOWARD SOUTHDOWNS

EWES

RES. CHAMPION | NORTHERN STARR LIVESTOCK SERVICES

MULHALL, OKLAHOMA

RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION | KORB FAMILY FARMS OXFORD, OHIO

EWES

GRAND CHAMPION | HOWARD SOUTHDOWNS MULHALL, OKLAHOMA (SENIOR CHAMPION)

RES. CHAMPION | NORTHERN STARR LIVESTOCK SERVICES LONSDALE, MINNESOTA (RESERVE SENIOR CHAMPION)

JUNIOR CHAMPION | BURNS STOCK FARM FLORA, INDIANA

RES. JUNIOR CHAMPION | MADDOX SOUTHDOWNS THOMAS, OKLAHOMA

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GRAND CHAMPION EWE | PRESTON FORSEE

OWENTON, KENTUCKY (SENIOR CHAMPION, YEARLING EWE) FORSEE E17-152

RES. GRAND CHAMPION EWE | JALEIGH OLDENBURG

MULHALL, OKLAHOMA (JUNIOR CHAMPION, FEB. EWE LAMB) OLDENBURG 8007

RES. SENIOR CHAMPION EWE | JALEIGH OLDENBURG MULHALL, OKLAHOMA (YEARLING EWE) OLDENBURG 7114

RES. JUNIOR CHAMPION EWE | DREW GEORGE NILES, MICHIGAN (JANUARY EWE LAMB) GEORGE BROTHERS 18-011


IT STARTS Here... JM GENETICS 1836 Salty Frog x NSLS 15072 (Riot Maker) Supreme Champion Ewe at Minnesota State Fair Open Show Sold to Adrianna Wendland

AJ MADDOX 1807 Maddox 6127 x Keeton 224B

Reserve Champion Southdown Ewe at Kansas State Fair

Sold to Jordan Sylvester

JJ, Kelly, Shaylee & Ashlyn Maddox

JJ: 580.613.0045 | Kelly: 580.309.0301 23754 HWY 47 Thomas, OK 73669 jkmaddox@pldi.net 26 |www.maddoxsouthdowns.net FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL

SM MADDOX 741 Bullington L602 x Forsee 14-314 (Man ‘O War) Champion Southdown Ram at Ohio Sale Sold to Garren Hamby 4-Time Supreme Champion

x o d d a M

southdowns


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BREEDERS’ DIRECTORY ARKANSAS LENSEY WATSON

7787 SW REGIONAL AIRPORT BENTONVILLE, AR 72712 watsonlensey94@gmail.com

RIGGS LOKKA

2597 GRAVENSTEIN HWY NO. SEBASTAPOL, CA 95472 rflokka@gmail.com

NATHAN LOONEY

ARIZONA

BOX 523 UKIAH, CA 95482

KATELYNN GROVES

EC RANCH ED & CAROLE LUGO

1247 S. 96TH ST. MESA, AZ 85209 480-220-1692 kjshowlambs@hotmail.com

CALIFORNIA

BOX 5698 BAKERSFIELD, CA 93388 661-393-9093 ealugo@verizon.net

BOB AND M.J. BETTENCOURT

TODD MADDUX

BOX 2759 GILROY, CA 95021 408-842-4653

2675 E. WESTFALL ROAD MARIPOSA, CA 95338 (209) 966-4942

ELIZABETH BOHAN

JOHN AND MAE MARAL

806 LITCHFIELD AVE. SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472 liz.bohan@yahoo.com

MEHRTEN CREEK SHEEP THOMAS BYL 31308 GRAY DR. EXETER, CA 93221 559-280-1603 tomrbyl@gmail.com

KARIN FISH FISH CLUB LAMBS 4005 KARCHNER RD. SHERIDAN, CA 95681 916-214-0078 kafish4@yahoo.com

ALYSON CONNOLLY

BOX 111 PINE VALLEY, CA 91962 619-855-0915 bsccdist@gmail.com

DENNIS HARTMAN

10736 HAMLOW RD. DENAIR, CA 95316 209-668-0313 drdhartman@yahoo.com

KAREN JOST

8625 AVE. 396 DINUBA, CA 93618 559-591-8607 Kljost@yahoo.com

RIVERBEND SOUTHDOWNS SHELBI KAUTZ 5619 CHICO AVENUE KINGSBURG, CA 93631 559-696-5369 nomie.kautz@fmfarmcredit.com

TERRY LEWIS-ROMINE

31414 BROKEN HEART LANE RAYMOND, CA 93653 559-689-3290

4491 BUTTE HOUSE ROAD YUBA CITY, CA 95993

DENNIS & SONYA MILLER 26002 PEARL RD. GALT, CA 95632

HILMAR FARMS, JOHN NIXON 8192 GOLF LINK ROAD HILMAR, CA 95324 209-668-2839 j.nixon@me.com

PENFOLD LIVESTOCK JARED & LILY PENFOLD 4649 KENTUCKY AVE. OAKDALE, CA 95361 209-552-9253 lily_penfold@yahoo.com

WISHBONE RANCH LEE PETTEY 19935 CALLAHAN RD. RED BLUFF, CA 96080 530-529-9596

RUSSELL & LESLYE ROSSITER 2531 WOODRUFF LANE MARYSVILLE, CA 95901 (530) 742-8340 rossiterhamps@yahoo.com

DUSTIN & NATALIE ROSSITER 2531 WOODRUFF LANE MARYSVILLE, CA 95901 530-742-8340 rossiterhamps@yahoo.com

CHICO STATE SHEEP UNIT

311 NICHOLAS C SCHOUTEN LN. CHICO, CA 95928

NANCEE SIEBERT

19235 W. AVE. C LANCASTER, CA 93536 661-724-2441

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MEYERS SOUTHDOWNS

11477 MINERS WAY ROUGH & READY, CA 95975 530-432-2483 meyerssouthdowns@gmail.com

KORINE SMITH STEBBINS 531 KELLEMS LANE ETNA, CA 96027 juniperberries257@gmail.com

JANET TULLOCH

28383 HIGHWAY 78 RAMONA, CA 92065 jtullochfarm@gmail.com

KEVIN & JOSSLYN WAGSTER BOX 708 SANTA MARGARITA, CA 93453 805-441-4228 wagster.family@yahoo.com

COLORADO TWIN ACRE SHEEP BECKY BALL

33942 ST. HWY 167 FOWLER, CO 81039 719-267-980-1248 twinacresheep@gmail.com

TERI JO LABER

8003 N. 95TH ST. LONGMONT, CO 80501 tjlaber@aol.com

HEATH M. LABER

8003 N. 95TH LONGMONT, CO 80504 970-580-0172 Hlaber82@gmail.com

BOIZOT LIVESTOCK

19823 CATTLE DRIVE WELLINGTON, CO 80549 boizot_emily@hotmail.com

RICK GALLEGOS

8829 NCR 9 WELLINGTON, CO 80549 970-214-8895 indiancreekrick@gmail.com

JASON SIMPSON

20727 WELD CTY. RD. 84 AULT, CO 80610 970-371-0276

KIMBERLY STERKEL 3752 WCR 7 ERIE, CO 80516 303-828-9065


CONNECTICUT CLAUDETTE CHOMA

216 MONSON RD STAFFORD SPRING, CT 06076 (860) 684-4315 claudettann@cox.net

RUSSELL ROBINSON JR. 743 MURDOCK AVE. MERIDEN, CT 06450

DELAWARE

SAMMIE MELVIN

19856 BASS RD. GEORGETOWN, DE 19947 302-242-4502 sammielynm@gmail.com

FLORIDA

TURKEY CREEK FFA

5005 TURKEY CREEK RD. PLANT CITY, FL 33567

LECANTO MIDDLE SCHOOL FFA 3800 W. EDUCATIONAL PATH LECANTO, FL 34461 352-746-2050 englishj@citrus.k12.fl.us

GEORGIA JAMES SIMMONS

1361 COXSTILL RD. ADEL, GA 31620 229-896-4196 simmonsfamilyfarm@windstream.net

IOWA

ANDERSON SHOW LAMBS JEFF ANDERSON 58757 INDEPENCE RD. ATLANTIC, IA 50022

VANDER LINDEN LIVESTOCK 1785 170TH AVE. KNOXVILLE, IA 50138

SAN ANGELO FARM TIM BURSAW 701 490TH ST. SWEA CITY, IA 50590 512-272-4769

BRENNEMAN CLUB LAMBS 29293 190TH HARPER, IA 52231 victor.brenneman.vb@gmail.com

KINKADE FARMS

JASON HUGHES

1804 129TH ST. ELWOOD, IA 52254 hughes.jason@yahoo.com

JOHN JONES JR.

AUSTIN JIM BOB LEWIS

MAVENCAMP LIVESTOCK JOSH & DENISE MAVENCAMP

105 WINDING RIDGE RD. DENVER, IA 50622 ldowns37@yahoo.com

305 SPRING COVE RD. BLISS, ID 83314 208-490-3126 mavencamplivestock@gmail.com

ERIC LUITJENS

OHMAN LIVESTOCK CO. TIM OHMAN

2704 130TH AVENUE BURT, IA 50522 (712) 724-6360 ericluitjens3145@gmail.com

JOHN OLSON

425 E. 438 LN N. RUPERT, ID 83350 (530) 626-3646 ohman@pmt.org

MP LIVESTOCK MAKENZIE PATTEN

2514 TYLER AVENUE AMES, IA 50010 515-232-6230 jcolson450904@q.com

3201 N. BLACKCAT KUNA, ID 83634 makenziepatten@gmail.com

LEE AND CHERRY OLSON 22516 38th AVENUE NEW VIRGINIA, IA 50210 641-449-3226 leedorset2007@gmail.com

POLLITT FAMILY FARMS CRAIG POLLITT 31450 510TH ST. RUSSELL, IA 50238 641-203-0817 polacandauto@wildblue.net

SRV SHOW LAMBS

607 EAST HWY 81 BURLEY, ID 83318 srvshowlambs208@gmail.com

ILLINOIS REED BAER

BOX 182 CARLOCK, IL 61725 309-275-8451 rhonda.miller.baer@gmail.com

AUSTIN BAER

RON SCHMALING

1774 LITTLE SOAP ROAD BLOOMFIELD, IA 52537 641-799-6720 schmaling1774@gmail.com

SEEMANN SOUTHDOWNS CARLEY SEEMAN 12488 R. AVENUE WOODWARD, IA 50276 (515) 438-2322

345 CO. RD. 2150 E. CARLOCK, IL 61725 rhonda.miller.baer@gmail.com

DAVID BAER

10575 E. 2100 NORTH RD. CARLOCK, IL 61725 rhonda.miller.baer@gmail.com

RHONDA M. BAER

BOX 182 CARLOCK, IL 61725 (309) 376-2137 rhonda.miller.baer@gmail.com

DANIEL SMICKER

2314 320TH AVE. DEWITT, IA 52742 dan.smicker@gmtel.net

TUCKER & MEGAN BECKMIER

JOHN FASTERT

SPROUSE FAMILY CLUB LAMBS DUANE SPROUSE

1850 S. SCOTT PARK RD. ELDRIDGE, IA 52748 563-285-8926 shadylaawn1@gmail.com

17555 HWY 95 WILDER, ID 83676 dfisher@championproduce.com 680 E. 400 S. BURLEY, ID 83318

WILLWERTH SOUTHDOWNS

SHADY LAWN FARMS KEVIN & DIANE HERMANN

FISHER CLUB LAMBS

PENDLETON DOWNS

405 EAST 6TH AMES, IA 50010 920-348-3663 jdjones@iastate.edu

51304 120TH AVENUE LAURENS, IA 50554 (712) 843-5449 kinfarms@evertek.net 1148 INDIAN AVENUE ROCK RAPIDS, IA 51246 712-470-0587

IDAHO

1244 XAVIER AVE. EAGLE GROVE, IA 50533

130 N. 1385 E RD. ATWOOD, IL 61913 mbeckmier@hotmail.com

CHARLES BEDINGER 9743 N. 1130 E. CATLIN, IL 61817 (217) 427-2341

LANNY BOWMAN

BOX 43 KEOTA, IA 52248 319-461-5611

19590 550TH ST BLANDINSVILLE, IL 61420 jlbowman1@mtcnow.net

MAURICE VAN NOTE

1683 OAK RD PALMYRA, IL 62674 (217) 484-6418 colesouthdowns@yahoo.com

2926 PALO MARSH ROAD PALO, IA 52324 (319) 851-4040

GALE A. COLE

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JIM DAVIS

ANDREW LESCH

H.T.P. SOUTHDOWNS

DALLAS DEDERT

GDL FARM JESSICA LITWILLER

DAVE STEPHENS

24001 NORTH 1900 EAST ROAD ODELL, IL 60460 815-228-5967 jbdavis@maxwire.net 2321 BOY SCOUT ROAD QUINCY, IL 62305 dedertgm@hotmail.com

DIRK FARM

27639 E. 1300 NORTH RD. ELLSWORTH, IL 61737 309-824-0779 bldirks@ctechinternet.com

KLINE CREEK FARM (FPDDC) BOX 5000 WHEATON, IL 60189 (630) 293-9421 dbarr@dupageforest.org

GEERTS SOUTHDOWNS JEREMY GEERTS 23160 CARROLL ROAD MORRISON, IL 61270 (000) 772-3050 sara.geerts@cghmc.com

MATT,KATI,GWEN & JEREMIAH GRIMES 131 E. 4TH ST. MINERAL, IL 61344 309-945-3781

EARL HAGEMEYER

BOX 267 PAPINEAU, IL 60956 815-383-8733 medic110@yahoo.com

4759 HOPEDALE RD. HOPEDALE, IL 61747 309-840-5932

S.L.D. LIVESTOCK

3435 W. SCIOTO MILLS RD. FREEPORT, IL 61032 815-275-0198

BECKNIER BROTHERS LOGAN, TANNER, RYKER BECKMIER 130 N. 1385 E. RD. ATWOOD, IL 61913

CRAIG AND MAGGIE MC CALLA 7605 SUHRE RD. ALHAMBRA, IL 62011 618-633-2444

ALEXANDRIA PERSON 16395 W. WHITE OAK RD. FORRESTON, IL 61030 815-821-2293 allieperson13@gmail.com

TIFFANY PHILLIPS

3298 N. BENNETT ROAD ESMOND, IL 60129 815-761-5430

12610 ST. HWY 16 FIELDON, IL 62031 (618) 535-6461 tiffanylphilliips1991@gmail.com

HICK SOUTHDOWNS CRAIG HICK

ARMS SOUTHDOWNS ADDYSON,RILEY, MYA SCHAAL

10134 PINE CREST ROAD RED BUD, IL 62278 baaramewe_2584@hotmail.com

BRAD & SANDIE HOWE & FAMILY 2243 N 1100 E RD. DANFORTH, IL 60930

HUNTER SHEEP FARM JASON HUNTER 135 E. BROADWAY ROSEVILLE IL 61473 309-337-0389

KEN AND DAWN JOHNSON 234 WOODBORO DR. WEST CHICAGO, IL 60185 630-520-0595

A&M RANCH MARK AND AMY JOHNSON 2702 N. 45TH RD. SANDWICH, IL 60548 815-274-6096 aandmranch@aol.com

NATE KLINEFELTER 2198 POOLE RD. BELVIDERE, IL 61008

RODNEY & STEPHANIE KNITTEL RR 2 BOX 130 GREENFIELD, IL 62044 217-370-7383

2215 E. 700 AVENUE ST. PETER, IL 62880 618-349-8855 Dennis.Scaal@adm.com

ENID SCHLIPF

17766 E. 2900 NORTH RD. GRIDLEY, IL 61744 309-747-2464

M WILLIAMS SOUTHDOWNS MISTI SCHWEERTMAN 3151 W. PEARL CITY RD. FREEPORT, IL 61032 815-232-2926 mlwilliams625@aol.com

MC ELVAIN SHEEP FARM 16514 E 325 N. HEYWORTH, IL 61745 309-473-2937 mike@mcelvainlaw.com

SILVIUS CLUB LAMBS PAUL SILVIUS

2959 GRANDVIEW RD. MILLEDGEVILLE, IL 61051 815-499-8837 silviuspaulr1122@gmail.com

MC CALLA SOUTHDOWNS 7605 SUHRE RD. ALHAMBRA, IL 62001

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2967 CARDINAL LANE FARINA, IL 62838 618-508-1078 htpsouthdown@gmail.com 14516 W. STERLING RD. POLO, IL 61064 815-499-9066 dave-stephens@hotmail.com

CHAD SWALVE

4996 W. PRAIRIE RD. FREEPORT, IL 61032 coleswalve00@gmail.com

THREE T FARM TIM TOLLIVER

2967 CARDINAL LANE FARINA, IL 62838 618-245-6617

DAWN HAGEMEYER VESPA 3298 N. BENNETT ROAD ESMOND, IL 60129 815-761-5430 grandmabonnie03@yahoo.com

TUCKER WOOD

15006 N. 500TH ST. BROCTON, IL 61917 tuckerwood.taw@gmail.com

AMANDA WRIGHT

916 CR 1700 EAST EUREKA, IL 61530 thewrightgirl23@gmail.com

INDIANA TOM & CARLA BECHMAN 599 N. 100 W. FRANKLIN, IN 46131 317-431-8766 tombechman@yahoo.com

BOWERS SOUTHDOWNS KRAIG, MALLORY, BRAYDEN BOWERS 203 MONTEFIORE ST. APT. 219 LAFAYETTE, IN 47908 574-353-7091 kraigbowers@hotmail.com

RODNEY & CHRISTY BRENNAN 1709 E. 286 ST. ATLANTA, IN 46031 317-385-3994

JOHN & AMANADA CANARY & FAMILY 2318 E. 300 S. FRANKLIN, IN 46131 317-627-1570 birdfarmer2199@hotmail.com

JOE CARTER

887 SO. 600 E. CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN 47933 765-918-4936 jdcarter75@att.net

CARSON CLUB LAMBS 12310 E. 266TH ST. ARCADIA, IN 46030

VIKING CLUB LAMBS 1634 E. 1000 N. MORRISTOWN, IN 46161


JOHN DAVID CROWDER

DAVID L. LOWRY & FAMILY

MIKE AND STACIE CROWDER

LAMBRIGHT CLUB LAMBS BRANDON MAUCK

315 LONGBOW ST. SHERIDAN, IN 46069 crowdersheepfarm@hotmail.com 315 LONGBOW STREET SHERIDAN, IN 46069

MARY DAVIS

56190 TULIP ROAD NEW CARLISLE, IN 46552

MIKE & KAREN ELSBURY FAMILY

4193 CO. RD. 450 W. MIDDLETOWN, IN 47356

1525 BERKSHIRE CT. E. SHIPSHEWANA, IN 56565

PARKER FARMS JOEL & HEATHER PARKER 6663 SO. 750 WEST EDINBURGH, IN 46124

MICKEY PARKS

DANIELLE LASKOWSKI FAMILY

TED & JENNIFER REDINGER & FAMILY

SCOTT MARKER FAMILY 65700 DOGWOOD RD. WAKARUSA, IN 46573 shmarker@sbcglobal.net

STIFFLER FAMILY

8864 NO. OLD ST. RD. 55 WINGATE, IN 47994 mpclublambs@yahoo.com

6650 17TH RD. ARGOS, IN 46501 574-286-6270

13820 N. 500 E. ELNORA, IN 47529 812-698-0138 jaerems@gmail.com

JAMIE SARGENT FAMILY

MARY RODENHUIS

3878 W. US 24 REYNOLDS, IN 47980 317-250-3050 sargentbpo@gmail.com

JOE A. GOINS AND FAMILY

MORGAN HARDEBECK

RONALD G. ROSS

2356 E. 300 S. MOROCCO, IN 47963 hardebeck_farms2@yahoo.com

INDIAN MEADOWS FARM DEVIN & MCKENZIE HARDWICK & FAMILY 849 N. 600 W. ANDERSON, IN 46011 765-635-8415 hardwick1116@hotmail.com

WILD H ACRES BART, JENNY,BROOKS, JORDY HENSLEY 11583 S. CO. RD. 1000 E GALVESTON, IN 46932 765-434-2454 hfccl5@yahoo.com

DANIEL P. JENKINS & FAMIILY

2344 N. 925 W. WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 47906 dave@farmfirstllc.com

DIAMOND W SOUTHDOWNS CRAIG & REGINA WILLIAMS 791 E. 350 S. LOGANSPORT, IN 46947 574-732-0235 williamsc@purdue.edu

MYRON WITTKAMPER & FAMILY 12706 N. 400 W. ALEXANDRIA, IN 46001 (000) 754-7943 mwittkamkper@harvestlandcoop.com

6415 SR-1 ST. JOE, IN 46785 260-337-5607 nakota1043@mchsi.com

KANSAS DAVID & AMY BUDKE

TERRY SHAFER

BOX 13 PLAINVILLE, IN 47568 trryshfr@yahoo.com

SMITH SHOW STOCK

2969 W. 1250 S. KENTLAND, IN 47951 219-474-9166 smithshsowstock@gmail.com

STEVEN & SHEILA SINK 11172 E. STATE RD. 38 KIRKLIN, IN 46050 (317) 758-0864 sinksouthdowns@gmail.com

BRETT & KAITLYN SLACK

HIRED HAND AARON JENNINGS

MARK SMITH FARMS MARK SMITH

EMILIE & CAROLINE KUHN

REED SOUTHDOWNS

3475 SO. 840 W. MANILLA, IN 46150 lynnkuhn47@gmail.com

BECHMAN FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS

9146 WEST 100 SOUTH LAPEL IN 46051 765-61,0-5444

8742 EAST 500 NORTH GREENFIELD, IN 46140 317-408-0323

620 W. 625 S. LAFAYETTE, IN 47909 979-204-7952 hiredhandsouthdowns@hotmail.com

5256 E. PENTECOST RD. LIBERTY, IN 47353 765-580-1371 joshtrane@gmail.com

NATHAN & STACY WAINSCOTT

MARK & KARLA ROESKE & DAUGHTERS 6882 SO. 400 EAST WALTON, IN 46994 574-721-0033 roeskek@icloud.com

14063 US 35 ECONOMY, IN 47339 765-914-1148 lumpkinclublambs@gmail.com

2720 E. CO. RD. 275 N. GREENCASTLE, IN 46135 317-258-8937

11445 ST. RD. 48 SUNMAN, IN 47041

7843 MOORESVILLE RD. CAMBY, IN 46113 (000) 856-7707

LUMPKIN FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS

ROGER THOMAS

HOME RUN FARMS AMY REMSBURG

8819 FT. WAYNE RD. AKRON, IN 46910 stifflerjenny@gmail.com

3695 SO. ST. RD. 17 KEWANNA, IN 46939 765-776-1558 renellcalloway@hotmail.com

PENTECOST FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS

5385 E. 500 N. GREENFIELD, IN 46140 317-326-4461 elsburyfamily@aol.com

27925 INWOOD RD. NORTH LIBERTY, IN 46554

FINKE FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS

13060 N. MERIDAN ROAD NORTH MANCHESTER, IN 46962

1925 EAST 800 NORTH CRAWFORDSVILLE, IN 47933 765-918-1976 msfllama@gmail.com

1810 E. 113TH AVENUE CROWN POINT, IN 46307 (219) 663-8346

947 280TH RD. ELMDALE, KS 66850 620-273-8573 diamondcreeks@yahoo.com

5 L SOUTHDOWNS MITCH LANGVARDT FAMILY 2274 HWY 18 CHAPMAN, KS 67431 785-761-5814 Mitchlangvardt@usd473.net

JOHN MROZINSKI

BOX 39 MARION, KS 66861 john.mrozinski@hotmail.com

STADELI FARMS KAY STADELI

32649 W. 171 ST. COURT GARDNER, KS 66030 816-986-9060 stadkm3007@gmail.com

DENNIS WEDEL

1774 ARROWHEAD RD MOUNDRIDGE, KS 67107 (620) 345-2881

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RONALD WEDEL AND SONS 1774 ARROWHEAD ROAD MOUNDRIDGE, KS 67107 (620) 345-2881 wedelsouthdowns@yahoo.com

KENTUCKY MORGAN FORSEE

1290 HWY 127 NO. OWENTON, KY 40359 502-484-2801

MARGARET FORSEE 1290 HWY 127 NO. OWENTON, KY 40359 502-484-2801

BRIAN FORSEE

1290 HWY 127 NO. OWENTON, KY 40359 (502) 484-9001 forseesouthdowns@yahoo.com

PRESTON FORSEE 1290 HWY 127 NO. OWENTON, KY 40359 (502 )514-3417

SONRISE ACRES LLC JASON & CARA GROTH 1101 MUIR STATION RD. LEXINGTON, KY 40516 859-797-8814 jcgroth@gmail.com

NICHOLAS MILLER

MARYLAND

MINNESOTA

DAVID AND NANCY GREENE

STEVE ANDERSON

2014 WHITE HALL ROAD WHITE HALL, MD 21161

JOHN HINDLE

9080 NORTHBRIDGE RD. BEL ALTON, MD 20611 (301) 934-4377

36603 575TH AVE. MOUNTAIN LAKE, MN 56159 402-360-4027 glenedward1942@gmail.com

GARY & NANCY KELLER

CANNONBALL SOUTHDOWNS JOE ERICKSON

12404 SIMPSON MILL RD. KEYMAR MD 21757 12404 SIMPSON’S MILL RD. KEYMAR, MD 21757 301-606-2676 kgwff18@aol.com 11618 BIG SPRING RD. CLEAR SPRING, MD 21722

KRISTEN MC KINLEY

BRINKMAN SHEEP FARM

PATRICK RANSOM

BENTON CREEK FARM

5613 STONE ROAD FREDERICK, MD 21703

4015A BILL MOXLEY ROAD MT AIRY, MD 21771

OLIVIA SCUDERI

KIM K. WEEDY

2685 HORTON ST DIGHTON, MA 02764 alandatunis@yahoo.com

RON AND KARLA DRISKILL 888 OLD POST RD. WALPOLE, MA 02081 405-612-4640 driskillron@gmail.com

MADISON MC KENNA 64 RICHMOND RD. ASSONET, MA 02702

NANCY MONSON

513 ADAMS ROAD OAKHAM, MA 01068 508-882-1234

CHRIS PARSONS

121 MILL VALLEY ROAD HADLEY, MA 01035 cparsons917@gmail.com

KEVIN AND CASEY RHODES

9211 OPOSSUMTOWN ROAD FREDERICK, MD 21702 (301) 662-6637

MAINE KIMBERLY GRAHAM

1500 NORTH ROAD NO. YARMOUTH, ME 04097

MICHIGAN SUE ANN CARPENTER BOX 285 BARRYTON, MI 49305

CRAVEN SHOW LAMBS ETHAN CRAVEN 11795 LANSING RD. LOT 27 DURAND, MI 48429

JULIE DINGERSON

1243 WOODLAND ROAD WOODLAND, MI 48897 (616) 367-4442 julied@itwifi.net

SCRAMLIN SOUTHDOWNS

122 MILLVILLE ST. MENDON, MA 01756 (508) 473-2179

2535 WILDWOOD ROAD HOLLY, MI 48442 248-634-4237 jcscramlin@hotmail.com

RHODES SOUTHDOWNS

RINCKER SOUTHDOWNS

150 MILLVILLE ST. MENDON, MA 01756 508-473-2179

PADULA FAMILY

9148 ASHLEY TERRACE BROOKLYN PARK, MN 55443 763-486-8400 ckcjpadula@embarqmail.com

EARL K. NICHOLS

JOHN BUFFINGTON

11075 367TH ST. CANNON FALLS, MN 55009

LAURA A. LANGLOTZ-KEFAUVER

21808 WOODFIELD RD. GAITHERSBURG, MD 20882 stephanie@foxhollowfarm.org

MASSACHUSETTS

RISING SON SHEEP GLEN ANDERSON

SARA M. KELLER

7657 THUNDER RIDGE DR. FLORENCE, KY 41042 (606) 643-2521 268 ROSE LANE HARRODSBURG, KY 40330

2732 170TH AVE. MORA, MN 55051 612-834-6567 scenerysteve@yahoo.com

1703 N. LOWELL ROAD ST.JOHNS, MI 48879 517-775-1102

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29050 CO 9 BLVD. GOODHUE, MN 55027

10195 MAPLEWOOD ROAD COLOGNE MN 55322 952-201-10,27 alherrera@beckman.com

MC GUIRE FARMS

BOX 825 FAIRMONT, MN 56031 507-238-9001

KATHERINE & LEE FORCIER 8827 IDEAL AVE. GLENCOE, MN 55336 320-296-4055

WILLOW PINES II THOMAS J. FOSTER

383 KOSKI RD. CLOQUET, MN 55720 tom.foster@essentiahealth.org

LAKEVIEW LIVESTOCK 17626 STATE HWY 22 GLENCOE, MN 55336 320-864-4058

DAVIS LIVESTOCK

87754 225TH ST. ALBERT LEA ,MN 56007

NORTHERN STARR LIVESTOCK SERVICES 9426 JACOBSON TRAIL LONSDALE, MN 55046 (612) 282-7782 repasky1968@gmail.com

LOVELESS FAMIILY JEFF LOVELESS

1940 WOODCREST DR. NE OWATONNA, MN 55060 507-456-3583 jloveless829@gmail.com

D. TRUDEAU- MORGAN & C. ALSIP 13780 N. MANNING TRAIL STILLWATER, MN 55082 651-430-2427


D. & J. MOSES

47442 ST. HWY 22 KASOTA, MN 56050

GREG & SUE MUELLER 8827 IDEAL AVE. GLENCOE MN 55336 320-864-4289 gregmueller14@gmail.com

ADAWN NELSON

17309 160TH AVE. NW THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN 56701 218-684-1047 amelbye@umn.edu

GOPHER CLUB LAMBS JIM & MATT NESSETH BOX 1084 LAKEFIELD, MN 56150 507-662-6715 jim@extendedag.com

SKYFORCE SOUTHDOWNS SKYLER SCOTT 16893 740TH ST. HAYFIELD, MN 55940 507-671-1201 scottfamilyfarms@gmail.com

OAK MEADOW SHEEP 30799 CSAH 34 LITCHFIELD, MN 55355

PANNING FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS 16803 158TH ST. HAMBURG MN 55339 952-467-31,61 panning3161@embarqmail.com

WILLOW CREEK SOUTHDOWNS 45719 60TH AVE. KENYON, MN 55946 507-789-5258

TRIPLE K SOUTHDOWNS 68708 CTY RD. 46 ALDEN, MN 56009

HERRIG FAMILY SOUTHDOWNS 677 ST HWY 267 SLAYTON, MN 56172 507-836-6311 jakeherrig@yahoo.com

TNT CLUB LAMBS & SDS GARRET THOMPSON 240 ELIZABETH ST. EDGERTON, MN 56128 507-438-9326

MISSOURI ECKLER ACRES

5148 SHELBY 234 SHELBYVILLE, MO 63469 660-284-6422 me3ecks@hotmail.com

CREASON FARMS JERRY & BARBARA CREASON 7322 SE APACHE RD. COWGILL, MO 64637

J&L FARMS

507 HWY J TROY, MO 63379 636-528-3826

G&M SOUTHDOWNS 12795 N. RT. B HALLSVILLE, MO 65255

DOUBLE CREEK FARMS MARK & KRISTIN JENKINS 28685 GOBBLER LANE KEYTESVILLE, MO 65261 660-676-7206 kshipp.lmt@gmail.com

BRUSH CREEK FARM SCOTT,SHELLY,DARCY,& JACOB LONG 29213 MONROE RD. 376 SHELBINA, MO 63468 573-819-4942

STEVEN LOVEDAY

20942 PANSY LANE NEOSHO, MO 64850 417-389-4701 loveday.ag@gmail.com

MUNTZ SOUTHDOWNS 11189 ASHLAND RD. LOUISVILLE NE 68037 402-234-324,8

PATTI WILSON

46731 776 A RD. HAZARD, NE 68844 308-452-3207 dpwilson@nctc.net

NEW HAMPSHIRE BRADY CLARK

BOX 392 GILMANTON, NH 03237 colbyc@santibani.org

ANDREW HOWE

MINDY REID

10388 REID RD. HOUSTONIA, MO 65333 660-879-4447 wyncrest2003@yahoo.com

G and M SOUTHDOWNS

255 NEW BOSTON ROAD CANDIA, NH 03034

CAROL HOWE

255 NEW BOSTON CANDIA, NH 03034 603-483-5909

12795 N. RT. B HALLSVILLE, MO 65225 573-881-2239 bandbgeorge@hotmail.com

SHAYNA HOWE

ALI UNDERWOOD

KELLY WRIGHT

442 E 560 RD. WALNUT GROVE, MO 65770 (417) 788-2214 fonda.underwood@mercy.net

255 NEW BOSTON RD. CANDIA, NH 03034 233 RIVER RD. WESTMORELAND NH 03467 603-852-8241, mkwright.sheep@gmail.com

WIERZBICKI SOUTHDOWNS CLAYTON & ANDREA WIERZBICKI HEATHER YOUNG

112 CHARLES BANCROFT HWY LITCHFIELD, NH 03052

11386 PETTIS ROAD ORRICK, MO 64077 816-260-3494 claywierz@yahoo.com

NEW JERSEY WINDY ACRES TOROK FAMILY

NEBRASKA KELLY BRUNS FAMILY

5677 W. NORTH RIVER RD. NORTH PLATTE, NE 69101 605-670-3620 staciebruns@yahoo.com

JARED GILLMORE

9220 S. 28TH ST. LINCOLN, NE 68516 jared.gillmore@huskers.unl.edu

GERALD & TRACY GROSS 3750 C.R. 29 KENNARD, NE 68034 402-427-7224 gtgross@abbnebraska.com

JERRY HENSLER

20304 HIGH HILL LANE ARLINGTON, NE 68002 jah39@hotmail.com

ERIC, BRENT & LAYNE MILLER 990 CO.RD. 3 OAKLAND, NE 68045 northeast.livestock@gmail.com

SPENCER SMITH

2213 RD. B POLK, NE 68654 812-525-1080 spencersmith490@gmail.com

695 CO. RD. 513 PITTSTOWN, NJ 08867 (908) 735-6383

GABRIELLA TOVAR

695 CO. RD. 513 PITTSTOWN, NJ 08867 908-735-6383

NEW MEXICO LAZY BAR DD RANCH LLC PILAR DEINES-ALLIS CASEY DEINES BOX 54 TOMES, NM 87060 505-249-5188 lambonthelamb@gmail.com

NEW YORK MEADOWPOND FARM MELISSA CHAREST 21 MEYER LANE TROY, NY 12182 (518) 279-4846 meadowpond2@msn.com

CLARKSHIRE FARM JOHN & PAT CLARK

324 POLLY MILLER RD. MOHAWK, NY 13407 315-867-2121

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BLUESTONE HILL FARM GILLIAN FERGUSON

MAPOLYNE FARMS

7675 ALBANY POST RD. RED HOOK, NY 12571 bluestonehillfarm@hotmail.com

886 TH 148 N. SYCAMORE, OH 44882 419-927-9113 mapolyne@gmail.com

ELIZABETH GOBLET SCHUBERT

THE UNIVERSITY FINDLAY

576 TREADLEMIRE RD BERNE, NY 12023 518-491-8267 Hessianhillfarm@gmail.com

EMERALD VIEW SOUTHDOWNS COREY HAYES 4763 BEAR PATH RD. MUNNSVILLE, NY 13409 315-854-0526

EWE’LL WONDER FARM KAREN&BRUCE MC CORD

14700 U.S. 68 FINDLAY, OH 45840 419-434-4579 mccarthy@findlay.edu

HEAVENLY ACRES, ROXY FOGT 13116 TR 295A LAKEVIEW, OH 43331 roxyfogt@yahoo.com

NICHOLAS FOWLER

786 SPRING LAKE RD. MILAN, NY 12571

61035 GILDEA RD. SALESVILLE, OH 43778 (740) 679-3382 fowler.398@osu.edu

MICHELLE STEPHENS

ABBIEGAIL GREER

33761 LAMB RD. CARTHAGE, NY 13619 sweetpeafarmny@yahoo.com

MEAGAN STEPHENS COURTNEY

3030 UNION AVE. SE MINERVA, OH 44657 330-771-4608 abbiegreer1935@gmail.com

93 HICKS LANE CLINTON CORNERS, NY 12514 845-549-3510 mjstep@optonline.net

JIMMY, DAVID, SARA HEFFELFINGER

BRITTANY WOODARD

HOLLY HINES

6909 RT. 380 STOCKTON, NY 14784 716-640-6269 bwoodard7295@gmail.com

OHIO KIMBER-GE ACRES

3707 COLUMBUS ROAD WOOSTER, OH 44691

CIRCLE C ACRES

6926 LIBERTY FAIRFIELD RD. HAMILTON, OH 45011 513-205-7992 circlec.casey@gmail.com

JOE BRAMMER & FAMILY 361 GREENLEE ROAD SEAMAN, OH 45679

BRANDT SOUTHDOWNS JIM BRANDT 8181 ST. RT. 274 ANNA OH 45302 419-6,29-1188 brandtfarms@hotmail.com

STANLEY COURTNEY

4285 N. ST. RT. 589 CASSTOWN, OH 45312

10717 LA GRANGE ROAD ELYRIA, OH 44035 (216) 458-4049

HINES SHEEP CO. TOM & BETH HINES

10717 LAGRANGE ROAD ELYRIA, OH 44035 440-458-4049

6231 DOG CREEK ROAD MIDDLE POINT, OH 45863 (419) 968-2055

HOME AGAIN FARMS JOHN MURPHY

6300 LITTLE SUGARCREEK RD DAYTON, OH 45440 848-2153

JULIE SCHMERSAL

24931 ROAD N CLOVERDALE, OH 45827 419-890-5470 schmersaljulie@yahoo.com

FRANK SEXTEN AND FAMILY 3420 ST. RT. 380 XENIA, OH 45385 (937) 488-2855 fsexten@gmail.com

DAKOTA SHEAHAN 6652 NISSEN ROAD CURTICE, OH 43412 419-764-3960 dsheahon@gmail.com

TUGGLE FAMILY SHEEP FARM 10035 QUARRY ROAD AMHERST, OH 44001

CRAWFORD SOUTHDOWNS 10380 YATES ROAD CYGNET, OH 43413 raclsc@hotmail.com

H-S FARM KATHY HORVATH

METZGER BOYS SOUTHDOWNS

5601 E. CALLARD VIEW NEW MIDDLETOWN, OH 44442 330-542-3097

DRS. JOHN & BONNIE JONES 15027 WEST UNION ROAD SPENCERVILLE, OH 45887 419-667-3167

TIM AND LESLIE JORDAN

OL GLORY FARMS DALE DAVIS

PAUL KINSER

7154 MILLERSBURG RD. WOOSTER, OH 44691

MASON ACRES RANDALL E. MASON

DEETER SOUTHDOWNS

9305 WEST MIAMI SHELBY RD. PIQUA, OH 45356 937-214-6948 hornbeckgr@gmail.com

1729 WHETSTONE RIVER RD. MARION, OH 43302 740-225-1509 leslie_jordan2005@yahoo.com

LES GILSON FAMILY

1525 SAMPLE RD. OXFORD, OH 45056 akorb16@aol.com

GARY HORNBECK

15453 US 127 VAN WERT, OH 45891 419-605-8015

3149 CO. RD. 169 CARDINGTON, OH 43315 419-864-5365 davisfarms3@centurylink.net

KORB FAMILY FARMS ANDY KORB

10032 LAFAYETTE RD. JOHNSTOWN, OH 43031 740-892-2430

LYNN KINSMAN

1013 OLDS LANE ARCHBOLD, OH 43502 419-572-9856 lynn@kinsmanpropane.com

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655 N. CO. RD. 25A TROY, OH 45373 937-335-7903 deeterthecook@hotmail.com 12406 CO. RD. 150 ARLINGTON, OH 45814 419-348-7134 zactsd@frontier.com

MASON ACRES SOUTHDOWNS 6231 DOG CREEK ROAD MIDDLE POINT, OH 45863 (419) 968-2055

H-S FARM BRYAN STACY

5601 E. CALLA RD. NEW MIDDLETOWN, OH 44442 724-667-8125 JKH22996@att.net

RON & CHRISTY STROCK & FAMILY 5846 HOFFMAN RD. WOOSTER, OH 44691 330-466-3459 RStrock7@gmail.com

ROBERT THARP

12606 WATSON ROAD MT. VERNON, OH 43050 (740) 397-9604


HIDDEN ACRES ALEX TUGGLE

10035 QUARRY ROAD AMHERST, OH 44001 tuggle.2016@gmail.com

S&N LIVESTOCK NATHAN VOGEL

700 DECATUR PIKE WINCHESTER, OH 45697 natahan@snlivestock.com

GEORGE WIEGING

JEFF OLDENBURG

2286 W. CO. RD. 63 MULHALL, OK 73063 405-649-2049 joldenburg@ditwitch.com

DAREK QUICKLE

249648 E. 1820 RD. CHATTANOOGA, OK 73528 580-351-8449 darek.a.quickle.civ@mail.mil

MELISSA SEVERIN

5880 W. HUME ROAD CRIDERSVILLE, OH 45806 419-657-6652

11167 CO. RD. 700 HELENA, OK 73741 dmseverin@pldi.net

OKLAHOMA

PEARL UNDERHILL

BETTY BIGBOW

201 BENTON ST. INDIAHOMA, OK 73552 580-595-1079

STUBBS FAMILY

19501 WOODRIDGE DR. NEWALLA, OK 74857 405-425-9398 lily.stubbs0308@gmail.com

ASHTON FOLSOM

23923 E. 1000 ROAD WEATHERFORD, OK 73096 aefolsoml@buffs.wtamu.edu

HOWARD SOUTHDOWNS BRANDON HOWARD 1071 E. CO. RD. 64 MULHALL, OK 73063 405-564-3893

RICK & NEVA WHITNEY 700 N. MEADOW LANE STILLWATER, OK 74075 405-334-6435 rickatgcnw@aol.com

OREGON

CHRISTI KEETON

BOX 175 NINNEKAH, OK 73067 405-320-2386 christikeeton1981@hughes.net

JIM AND BARBARA KIRBY 8709 SO. PERKINS RD STILLWATER, OK 74074 405-377-0621 jandbkirby@sbcglobal.net

JIM MADDOX

9179 N. 2320 RD. CUSTER CITY, OK 73639 580-593-2222

JJ AND KELLY MADDOX 23754 ST. HWY 47 THOMAS, OK 73669 (580) 593-2455 jkmaddox@pldi.net

ROGER MC CUISTIAN 22077 S. 4150 RD CLAREMORE, OK 74019 918-636-3695

ABELL’S SOUTHDOWNS PATTY ABELL BOX 64 AURORA, OR 97002 (503) 266-2229 abellfamilyfarm@yahoo.com

GRACE-RENEE DEBOODT

1677 SE POWELLS ROAD CORVALLIS, OR 97333 (000) 757-1132

THE RICHARDS FAMILY FARM 81997 LOST CREEK RD. DEXTER, OR 97431 541-937-2259 bill.richards.family@gmail.com

ABELL’S SOUTHDOWNS ASHLEY HARELSON BOX 64 AURORA, OR 97002

DC LAMBS DAWN LUTHER

2667 NW EASTON LANE REDMOND, OR 97756 541-350-3306 2horses08@gmail.com

ABELL’S SOUTHDOWNS BOX 64 AURORA OR 97002 503-266-,2229 abellfamilyfarm@yahoo.com

REYNOLDS STOCK FARM 9119 STAYTON RD. S.E. AUMSVILLE, OR 97325 rsf@wvi.com

354 WOLVERTON RD. SUNBURY, PA 17801 570-988-0788 alleybassett@gmail.com

10257 SCHOOLHOUSE RD. KUTZTOWN, PA 19530

SKYLINE DOWNS

612 SKYLINE DR. BERNVILLE, PA 19506

MAHLE FARM

WUTZKE FAMILY

18010 N. 93RD. E. AVE. COLLINSVILLE, OK 74021 918-340-3227 melinda.rubygruner@yahoo.com

GRAVEL BAR FARM ALEXIS BASSETT

PATRICIA BITTNER

DANIEL HOWARD GRANDKIDS INCORPORATED

5282 RIPPLING RUN RD. RED LION, PA 17356 717-244-9782

4901 RIPPLING RUN RD. RED LION, PA 17356 717-244-0035 ekeeny@bestmech.com

19273 N. 2810 RD. KINGFISHER, OK 73750 405-885-1421 pearlau27@pldi.net

10685 NW DEHLER RD. PRINEVILLE, OR 97754 541-447-4482 gracedeboodt@gmail.com

11221 E. 1990 RD. WAURIKA OK 73573

WAYNE & SUE BANKERT

ESQ SOUTHDOWNS JENNIFER BEIDEL

DARRELL HOWARD 20605 N. PINE MULHALL, OK 73063 405-649-2500

PENNSYLVANIA

2941 GARNER RD. EDINBURG, PA 16116 jmahle 55@gmail.com

PRJ HILLCREST FARM

1720 GEORGETOWN RD. VOLANT, PA 16156 724-530-7345 prjhillcrestfarm@hotmail.com

HOLDEN FARM

657 MOUNTAIN RD. PINE GROVE, PA 17963 570-345-0668 katieholden77@hotmail.com

BRADLEY FERGUSON

610 KILGORE ROAD JACKSON CENTER, PA 16133 814-786-9457, geibelfarm142@gmail.com

MILTON HERSHEY SCHOOL AEE BOX 830 HERSHEY, PA 17033 (717) 520-2243 wisej@mhs-pa.org

EDWALD KEENY

4901 RIPPLING RUN RD. RED LION, PA 17356 (717) 244-5793 ekeeny@bestmach.com

SCENIC VIEW FARM/GARY KWISNEK 3780 CLARKSBURG ROAD CLARKSBURG, PA 15725 724-459-5254

TROY LONGENECKER

125 HEISEY ROAD ANNVILLE, PA 17003 717-679-7341 checkeruptroy@comcast.net

MAHLE FARM TRENT,COLE, LETHIE MAHLE 2941 GARNER RD. EDINBURG, PA 16116 jmahle55@gmail.com

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JOSEPH B. MILLER

143 HOOKSTOWN GRADE ROAD CLINTON, PA 15026

NOLAN ELLIS SCHROCK 356 DEIHL RD. BLOOMSBURG PA 17815 570-594-3781 ajschrock@verizon.net

MINDY SMITH

1576 WALNUT LANE SEVEN VALLEYS, PA 17360 717-845-8825

BRUCE L. SNYDER

10257 SCHOOL HOUSE ROAD KUTZTOWN, PA 19530

MEGAN SOUDER

432 PINE RD MOUNT HOLLY SPRINGS, PA 17065

ERB’S SOUTHDOWNS 8434 MIDDLE RD. BEAVERTOWN, PA 17813 570-765-2624 herbie1717@verizon.net

MATT TROSTLE

2550 CAPE HORN ROAD RED LION, PA 17356

WILSON’S SKYVIEW FARM DEREK & JADE WILSON 10951 JOHNSON RD. TITUSVILLE, PA 16354 814-827-7934

RHODE ISLAND DON AND DEBRA HOPKINS 1125 DANIELSON PIKE NO. SCITUATE, RI 02857 (401) 647-7281 hopkinssouthdowns@gmail.com

SARAH MC CORMICK

182 CAMP WESTWOOD RD. GREENE, RI 02827 (401) 397-9938 sarahmccormick94@gmail.com

NICK & JESS MINITER 1123 DANIELSON PIKE NO. SCITUATE, RI 02857 jhminiter@gmail.com

SOUTH DAKOTA HELD BROTHERS, AARON & AUSTIN

MB GENETICS

BOX 215 ALEXANDRIA, SD 57311 920-992-6183 barbara@mbgenetics.com

HURLBERT GIRLS LOGAN,JENNIFER,JOSLYN HURLBERT 41312 174TH AVE. RAYMOND, SD 57258 605-233-0269 joslyn.hurlbert@gmail.com

JK SOUTHDOWNS JESSICA & JAYDEN KOTT 26411 357TH AVE. PLATTE, SD 57369 tjkott@midstatesd.net

TENNESSEE FARRIS LIVESTOCK MATTHEW FARRIS ALYSSA SUMMAR 3318 GUY JAMES RD. LASCASSAS, TN 37085 615-956-8770 livestock02@gmail.com

KENNETH BEATY

110 TIMBERLAND DR. LIVINGSTON, TN 38570 931-403-5120

GARREN HAMBY

8175 TILLER LANE COLLEGE GROVE, TN 37046 jaye.hamby@hoofstock.com

MUNFORD LIVESTOCK 1080 MC LAUGHLIN DR. LESSMAN FAMILY PARKER, SAIGE, JERSEY LESSMAN MUNFORD, TN 38058 45902 278TH ST. CHANCELLOR, SD 57015 tigh.lessman@midco.com

VALLEY VIEW FARM RYAN & AMY MILLER

108 EASTWOOD DR. ESTELLINE, SD 57234 millersouthdowns@itctel.com

PRAIRIELAND FARMS NICK & MEGAN NIELSON

26069 422ND AVE. ALEXANDRIA, SD 57311 605-695-4697 prairielandfarms.sd@gmail.com

JEMSTONE HILL JOSIE,EMILY,MARY, JERRY , NOLD 46907 219TH ST. BROOKINGS, SD 57006 402-560-8481 jrnold@tnics.com

RON PARMELY

21936 471ST. AVE. BROOKINGS, SD 57006 (605) 693-4965

johnsona2@aol.com

ANDY LOVEDAY

2054 MENTOR ROAD LOUISVILLE, TN 37777 (865) 970-9866 hloveday@utk.edu

KARL & LEANNE LOVELACE 4564 POPLAR CORNER RD. BROWNSVILLE, TN 38012 731-234-0652

AMY M. POWELL

4233B POPLAR HILL ROAD WATERTOWN, TN 37184

SHANKS GENETICS DOUG & JESSY SHANKS 2670 DEWITT DR. LENOIR CITY, TN 37772 (865) 363-9250 shanksgenetics@gmail.com

WININGER CLUB LAMBS CRAIG AND MIKE WININGER 130 BARTON RD. SURGOINSVILLE, TN 37873

TEXAS

JK SOUTHDOWNS

FINUS J. BRANHAM

QRES SOUTHDOWNS RAYMOND THORPE

CHRIS CANTRELL

26411 357TH AVE. PLATTE, SD 57369

4404 C.R. 1300 LUBBOCK, TX 79407 (806) 885-4725 finusb@windstream.net

21320 477 AVENUE AURORA, SD 57002

12791 389TH AVENUE ABERDEEN, SD 57401 605-229-0793 thorem@nrctv.com

CHAD BALDWIN & FAMILY

DUANE TIDEMANN

MC KENZIE DUGGIN

MORRIS OR DIANE VAN LITH FAMILY

MIKE FINCH

46743 287TH CENTERVILLE, SD 57014

CHAZ,BREANNA & BROOKE BULLINGTON 1615 DERDALL DRIVE BROOKINGS, SD 57006 mlbullfamily@swiftel.net

THE DERKSENS

21107 403RD AVE. HURON, SD 57350 605-352-5929 jdderksen@satnel.net

25339 472ND AVE. BALTIC, SD 57003 605-351-4153

48297 149TH ST. MILBANK, SD 57252 605-432-6988

ADAM & MELISSA WIRT 46747 HIGHWAY 18 LENNOX, SD 57039 (606) 647-0476

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471 HINES RD. CHICO, TX 76431 940-507-0269 ccantrell1985@hotmail.com 137 SAVANNAH DRIVE BROCK, TX 76087 817-458-2930 theduggins@gmail.com BOX 3138 EARLY, TX 76801 325-642-6407

SCOTT & MYLEA FLANAGAN 3618 FM 382 BALLINGER, TX 76821 325-365-5304 saflanagan85@gmail.com


KEVIN AND SUSAN FRITZ 858 CACTUS RIDGE ROAD FREDERICKSBURG, TX 78624 (830) 997-8611 sfritz@ctesc.net

JIM & JANN GRESHAM 7226 N. U.S. HWY 67 SAN ANGELO, TX 76905 325-657-0549 jj76905@wcc.net

MIKE HARBOUR

1005 C.R. 176 GATESVILLE, TX 76528 (254) 248-1355 harbourlivestock1@gmail.com

DUSTIN HUNTER

BOX 532 JOURDANTON, TX 78026

GABRIEL JENNINGS 100 CORNERSTONE FREDONIA, TX 76842

SHARON KNICKER

2239 DR. SANDERS RD. AUBREY, TX 76227 940-453-4848 nkrfarm@gmail.com

VIRGINIA H&K HILLTOP FARMS

5594 GREEN HILL RD. LINVILLE, VA 22834 540-833-2202 james.a.mumaw@ampf.com

B&G LIVESTOCK

36 LEBANON CHURCH RD. STAUNTON, VA 24401 540-290-7562

KIRSTEN KOHLMAN

109 JERUSALEM CHAPEL RD. CHURCHVILLE, VA 24421 matthew.sponaugle@vdacs.virginia.gov

CHRISSY WHITACRE 511 BROOKS LANE STRASBURG, VA 22657 540-465-5310 aghokies@shentel.net

N1747 HARVEY DR. RIO, WI 53960 920-253-5473 circlejsouthdowns@hughes.net N6315 BRANCH RD. PLYMOUTH, WI 53073 920-377-6233 kohlamn@aol.com

ISAAC & TRENT KOHLMAN N6315 BRANCH RD. PLYMOUTH, WI 53073

ISAAC KOHLMAN

VERMONT

WASHINGTON

137 CARDINAL LANE FREDERICKSBURG, TX 78624 765-491-0662 patrickpadgett@hotmail.com

N4381 HWY 63 ELLSWORTH, WI 54011

MATTHEW SPONAUGLE

542 CONICVILLE ROAD MT. JACKSON, VA 22842 (540) 477-4195 3boys.wade@gmail.com

BRIAN J. & RAMONA S. MINK

PADGETT CLUB LAMBS PATRICK PADGETT

PETERSON’S HYWAY FARM CIRCLE J SOUTHDOWN JOHN SR. AND AMY JONES

MICHELE LEE

BOX 244 SCURRY, TX 75158 (972) 458-3253 minkfarms@yahoo.com

288 ST. RT. 46 AMERY, WI 54001 715-268-2456 ovine@amerytel.net

WADE AND CARLA LUDWIG

MEGAN WATROUS

4609 WIND HILL COURT. E. FT. WORTH, TX 76179

WOOLY WOOD RANCH BONNIE FEIST

N 6123 WILLOW RD. SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WI 53085

125 BROWN LANE ORWELL, VT 05760 802-948-2751

DARLINGTON DOWNS TROY,BARB,COURTNEY,CASEY, & CARSON LOBDELL

3-D SHEEP COMPANY DARRELL & JANET DOCKTER 19411 S. CARPENTER RD. SNOHOMISH, WA 98290 (425) 334-9130

JOHN & MARY (PEG) PETERSON

19039 HWY F. DARLINGTON, WI 53530 (608) 776-2093

CLIFTON MC CLINTOCK

W2696 HWY 16 BANGOR, WI 54614 mcclintockdebbie@rocketmail.com

JAMES AND DEBBIE MC CLINTOCK

C.J. ROBINSON

386 ROSEBROOK ROAD CHEHALIS, WA 98532 (360) 262-9368 suffolksheep80@yahoo.com

LJS LIVESTOCK LOREN,REBECCA, KENADEE SELL

861 HUMMINGBIRD LANE NEWPORT, WA 99156 509-447-5865 wilcon@povn.com

7101 OAKWOOD RD. BRILLION, WI 54110 (414) 756-3279

WISCONSIN

5815 OAKWOOD ROAD BRILLION, WI 54110

409 C.R. 276 NORTON, TX 76865 325-786-2642 cjrob@taylortel.net

2834 FM 2190 JACKSBORO, TX 76458 254-485-4966 ljslivestockllc@gmail.com

JUNGE SHEEP FARM 164 JUNGE ROAD CLEBURNE, TX 76033 (817) 641-6748 jungefarm@earthlink.net

DENNIS L. SNODGRASS 314 OPEN COUNTRY RD. BRADY, TX 76825 (915) 597-1278 chrisk@centex.net

KINGSBURY SOUTHDOWNS 31240 POHL ROAD WALLER, TX 77484 832-275-3228 wes.sanders013@gmail.com

OK SOUTHDOWNS DAVE WILLIAMS

KEVIN J. MILLER

ACROSS THE WAY ACRES LLC W7825 S&D TOWNLINE RD. SHARON, WI 53585 ks.shaefer15@gmail.com

DAVID ALLEN

S-3951 GROTE HILL ROAD REEDSBURG, WI 53959 (608) 524-47,86

EARL & SHERI CONSTIEN 5403 PINECREST CIRCLE SHEBOYGAN, WI 53081 920-452-9144 escon2@att.net

D&M SOUTHDOWNS BROOKE & SCOTT DAVIS 806 GRANT ST. BELOIT, WI 53511

W2696 HWY 16 BANGOR, WI 54614 608-786-0009 mcclintockdebbie@rocketmail.com

DONA MILLER

LEVEL HILLS FARM KEITH/BECKY SCHULTZ 400 OAK RIDGE CT. FT. ATKINSON, WI 53538 920-397-0743 levelhillsfarm@sbcglobal.net

KDK SOUTHDOWNS KELSI, DATHAN & KAILEN SMERCHEK 1813 BIRCH ROAD ROSHOLT, WI 54473 715-342-0306 sasmerchek@outlook.com

FORMO SOUTHDOWNS 3965 E. BRIGHAM ROAD BLUE MOUNDS, WI 53517 formo@live.com

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PLEASANT SPRINGS SOUTHDOWNS

2800 WILDFLOWER ROAD STOUGHTON, WI 53589 (608) 877-1360

CATI BERG, LYNDSAY FEENER TRENT KOHLMAN N6315 BRANCH RD. PLYMOUTH, WI 53073

ROSE HILL SOUTHDOWNS KELLY VIERCK N5690 CTY RD. M JUNEAU, WI 53039

PAUL WEBBER

455 N. MAPLE LANE BURLINGTON, WI 53105 262-534-5017 webfarm@wi.rr.com

WYOMING JOHNSON LIVESTOCK

WEST VIRGINIA

156 SOUTH GAP RD. WHEATLAND, WY 82201 307-331-5391 mj-7@live.com

RICHARD CHILDS

CRYSTAL MENCK

BOX 124 SUMMIT POINT, WV 25446 304-725-2482

BOBBIE JO MC NABB 1032 EDRAY RD. MARLINTON, WV 24954

BOX 813 MOUNTAIN VIEW, WY 82939 307-780-8829 c_menck@hotmail.com

2018 ELECTION FOR AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN BREEDERS’ ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

S

ixteen directors chosen by the members of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association constitute a Board of Directors that is responsible for managing the affairs of the Association, subject to the provisions of the Constitution and By-Laws. These directors must be a member of the Association and manage, raise, or own Southdown sheep. Members serve for a term of three years and shall be elected from each of the twelve districts, with 4 directors-at-large. Each year elections for expiring director terms are held at the Annual Meeting of the American Southdown Breeders’ Association. This year’s meeting and election will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018, in Louisville, Kentucky, at the North American International Livestock Exposition. The director positions expiring this year are as follows:

REGION 2, DISTRICT 2 (WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, NORTH DAKOTA, IOWA) JEFF REPASKY REGION 2, DISTRICT 3 (OKLAHOMA, KANSAS, ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA, MISSOURI) J.J. MADDOX REGION 2 (AT LARGE FOR ANY STATE IN REGION 2) BARBARA BISHOP REGION 2 (AT LARGE FOR ANY STATE IN REGION 2) JEFF OLDENBURG REGION 3, DISTRICT 1 (ILLINOIS) JIM DAVIS REGION 3 (AT LARGE FOR ANY STATE IN REGION 3) MIKE McELVAIN

Directors may choose to run for reelection or decline. Should any member within the above Regions and Districts desire to serve on the ASBA Board of Directors, please contact J.J. Maddox (Nomination Committee, Chairman) at jkmaddox@pldi.net or Gary Jennings (ASBA Secretary) at southdown@ctesc.net. 39 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL


JUNIOR MEMBER DIRECTORY ARKANSAS

JILLIAN WARREN

JAVIN FEUCHT

EMILIO SMITH GOMEZ

THOMAS WARREN JR.

JOSHUA FEUCHT

MANTHA SMITH GOMEZ

FLORIDA

BRAYDEN GEERTS

GATLIN PRIDDY

TAYLEE AUGUSTONOVICH

RYLEE GEERTS

KIERSTEN PRIDDY

CHEYENNE BRAGG

CHLOE GUSTAFSON

ALISUN WATSON

EMMA CLAY

GARRETT HACKBARTH

BUTCH LANDEN WATSON

HAYDEN FOWLER

JACOB HACKBARTH

LEVI WEAVER

HAILEY HARRIS

NOAH HAMERLINCK

CALIFORNIA

CHASE ISRAEL

KODI HAMMER

KAYCEE BRASSFIELD

ERIN ISRAEL

CLAIRE HOFFMANN

AUDRA BROWN

EMMA LEISS

BEAU HOWE

MADYSEN JEAN DIETZ

COOPER STEWART

PEYTON HOWE

SARAH DROWN

BRENNA MAE STURGIS

REID HUNEKE

GRACIA ELLIS

JACKSON STURGIS

TREYTON JONES

GARETT HARTMAN

KAYLEEN SWEENEY

TYLER JONES

MEGAN HARTMAN

CAMRYN WINK

KELLY MEYER

MCKENZIE HAYES

IOWA

JODY KABAT

AMANDA JOST

LILY DAY

BREANNA KNITTEL

CHLOE MARAL

TAYLOR DAY

CARSON KNITTEL

MADISON MARAL

BELLA DAY

COLE KNITTEL

SHYANN MARAL

TOBY DAY

LANDON KOLLS

MADELYN MILLER

CLARENCE DEBRICK

CARTER MACKEY

TAYTUM NEVES

DYLAN KLUG

LANE MARTIN

KALEY PACE

ZACH SCHOELERMAN

WALKER MARTIN

RIO PAGLIARO

ZACH SCHOELERMAN

VADA MARTIN

TYLER PETTEY

IDAHO

CLAIRE MC CALLA

LAURYN POSEY-TERCERO

MARY KATE MARSHALL

GRANT MC CALLA

ELIZABETH WAGSTER

HARVEY MAVENCAMP

MOLLY MC CALLA

KADEN WILSON

ILLINOIS

GRACE MC CULLY

COLORADO

GARRETT ARNOLD

ASHLYN MOOL

KAYLA BECKER

GARRET ARNOLD

KATIE PATTERSON

GRACE CORRETTE

KYLE BEATY

COLBY PETERSEN

CAIDEN HEALEY-MITCHELL

LUCAS BEATY

DAKOTA LEE PETERSEN

CONNECTICUT

T. KADE BECKMIER

JULIA PIPER

STEVIE COLEMAN

KODY BOWMAN

SHELBIE POLLARD

NIAMH FOLEY

ALEXIS BOWMAN

ALIVIA PORTER

OLIVER NICHOLSON

TANNA BRODY

JESSICA REEL

JULIA & ANNA WEABER

AIDEN BUTLER

KINGSTON RINCKER

DELAWARE

KYLEE COOK

BRYSON ROBERTS

ATTICUS MELVIN

BROOKE EWALD

RAJET RODRIQUEZ

CLAUDIA WARREN

CHARITY FEUCHT

LILLIAN RODRIQUEZ FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL | 40


CHARLEE RYAN

RYLEE GLADDING

ELLA NEUENSCHWANDER

DENTON SHANK

MACKENZIE GLADDING

PAUL NEUENSCHWANDER

BEN TEMPLE

COOPER GRETENCORD

GABE NEUENSCHWANDER

MARGARET TESSENDORF

MORGAN HAUGER

LANEY OAKES

EMILY ULMER

MADISON HAUGER

KEEGAN PADGETT

LILIAN UNGER

KORBIN HEMINGER

MACKENZIE PADGETT

CONNER UNGER

BROOKS HENSLEY

KENNAH PADGETT

AVA VIEL

JORDYN HENSLEY

JARAKAH PADGETT

EMILY VOGT

HATTIE HOBBS

JUDE PARKER

MEGAN VOGT

PHILLIP HOBBS

LYLLIAN PENTECOST

NOAH WILLEY

LAYNE HOEFLINGER

MACY PETERSEN

ETHAN YASTE

DREW HOEFLINGER

EMILY REMSBURG

EVAN YASTE

CAYTEE INGOLDSBY

JORDAN REMSBURG

INDIANA

WHITNEY JESTER

DAVID REMSBURG

HOPE BARKER

OLIVIA JONES

RICO SARGENT

KATE BODELL

JACOB ROGERS

ABBY SAYLER

BROOKE BOWEN

KAYLEE GOINS

DEXTER SCHLICHTER

MALLORY BOWERS

MEGAN KELLY

HAYDEN SCHLICHTER

BRAYDEN BOWERS

ALISON KELLY

KYLE SCHNACKENBERG

BRADY BRENNAN

COLLIN KENNEDY

BLAKE SCHNACKENBERG

CHASE BRENNAN

BLAKE KESSLER

CHASE SEARCY

JESSICA BRENNER

BRADY KESSLER

MADELINE SINNAMON

SAMUEL BRICKER

BROCK KESSLER

BREELYN SLACK

KYRA BURNETT

RIGGIN KLOTZ

PEARL SLENTZ

BRILEY BURNS

ALEXIS KOCH

ADELIA THOMAS

MCKAYLEY BURNS

CARSON KRETZMEIER

ISAAC THOMPSON

RICHARD BURNS

LANDRAY KRIEGER

THOMAS THOMPSON

RICHARD BURNS

LACRE LEAR

ROWAN TINKER

COOPER CROWDER

JORDYN LEININGER

KLAY VERHAEGHE

JOHN DAVID CROWDER

JONAS LOCKHART

MADISON WAINSCOTT

JOHNNA CUMMINS

JACOB LOCKHART

VICTORIA WARREN

JACOB DAVIS

NAOMI LOWEN

KAMI WILKERSON

COLIN DENO

SETH MICHEL

LUCAS WILSON

BRODY DONDLINGER

PAIGE MINTER

CAMDEN YAKE

AYVA DONDLINGER

MAGGIE MINTON

MEGAN YODER

SHELBY LYNNE EDWARDS

KENNEDY MITCHELL

ISAAC BRUNKOW

ELEANOR FELLER

EMMA MITCHELL

CODY COEN

MARK FLETCHER

JAYDA MUNDELL

CHARLESEY COFFIN

LANCE GAERTE

CALEB NEEDHAM

KENNEDY COFFIN

CALEB GAERTE

DANIELLE NEEDHAM

HAVEN JOHNSON

ZACH GAERTE

FAITH NEEDHAM

FAITH MARCY

JULIA GAERTE

HAN NEEDHAM

AUDRINA MARCY

K. GENTRY

MAKENNA NEUENSCHWANDER

COOPER MENG

41 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL


REESE MENG

NATALIE DOMIN

HEATHER JAGER

BRECKEN NELSON

BROOKLYN GOULD

KALE POLLARD

KASHEN DEAN NELSON

ANDI GRAHAM

KRISTEN SAWYER

BRAYDEN ROBINSON

ADAM HAYWARD

KACY SCHNEIDERMEYER

JORDAN SYLVESTER

ASHLEY HAYWARD

ADDISON SHIPP

KENTUCKY

JOHN W. HAYWARD

ALLISON SHIPP

JAYDE CANTRELL

LAUREN PRIDE

LUCY THURMAN

EMILY CARSON

MICHIGAN

BRYCE WADE

KAYLEE CARSON

CLAIRE BENHAM

BAYLEE WADE

PRESTON FORSEE

TRENT GEORGE

AVERY WIEGAND

KENLEIGH RAYE FRENCH

ANDREW GEORGE

QUINCY WIEGAND

AUSTIN GIBSON

MARY HARTMANN

WYATT WIERZBICKI

KAYLEE GIBSON

AVERY MILLS

NORTH CAROLINA

ANNA-GRACE GROTH

EMILY MILLS

ABIGAIL STEPHENS

SILAS GROTH

MINNESOTA

LYDIA WILSON

CAROLINE GROTH

JACOB BRINKMAN

NEBRASKA

MADELYN GROTH

BRADY CARTER

KASON BRUNS

JENSEN HUMPHREY

RACHEL ENGEL

MATTHEW BRUNS

ASHLIN KENDRICK

KIANA ERICKSON

BLAKE BRUNS

WYATT PERKINS

MICHAEL DURHEIM

MILES BURCH

KASSIDY PERKINS

ALEXIS MINER

CHASE DEVRIES

WALKER TINGLE

ANNA RIDENOUR

CALVIN DEVRIES

CAMDYN TINGLE

TEGAN RIDENOUR

TREVOR DEVRIES

LOUISIANA

COLIN WEIDAUER

KYLE GROSS

ALLI ROHEIM

ADRIANA SKYY WENDLAND

HANNAH GROSS

MASSACHUSETS

MISSOURI

TIGH RENKEN

GABRIELLE BAILEY

ANDI BELT

NEW HAMPSHIRE

ADAM COLBURN

TJ BELT

ERVA BARNES II

PETER HEALY

COOPER BELT

LEXY GRACE

PATRICK HUSSEY

BRODY BELT

WYETH JOAS

FAUSTYNA JARACZ

JOSEPH FERGUSON

ELIJAH MARIACHER

FLORIAN JARACZ

ABILENE GATSON

FAITH MARIACHER

JESSICA LEARY

KELLY HEINECKE

HOPE MARIACHER

KATELYN POITRAS

JEFF POPE

JOSIAH MARIACHER

MADELYN POITRAS

LACEY POPE

MORGANNE MOSES

ALANA MARIE ROSE

K.&K. SCHNIEDERMEYER

ZOE SMITH

MARYLAND

MATTHEW JENKINS

NEW MEXICO

MARIAM HARPER

EBONY LOVEDAY

DONOVAN ALLIS

LOGAN MACKENZIE

GRAYSON LOVEDAY

THORNTON ALLIS

KONNOR SOWELL

BEN PETERSON

FIANNA DEINES

AVA STOLBURG

ELLIE PETERSON

NEW YORK

MAINE

SAM PETERSON

CLAY ALLISON REBECCA BESOK FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL | 42


MARLEAH CATUZZA

NEVIN ZERBY

AINSLEY STAPLES

MOLLIE GOBLET-SCHUBERT

OKLAHOMA

DELANA STEM

KALIE HARRISON

MAKENZIE ALLEN

MARLEY STONESIFER

EVAN MC CORD

KELSIE ANDERSON

MERCEDES SWEGER

HALEY MC CORD

TYLER ANDERSON

BRYCE WAGGONER

KHLOE MC MACKEN

ROWDY COLE

RHODE ISLAND

HANNAH MILLER

ADDY EPPERSON

KAYLIN COUTO

KAITLYN MILLER

RANDON FOLSOM

DEVON CRANSTON

MICHAELA STEPHENS

LILLIAN HAGAR

CALEB CRANSTON

CODY WOHLSCHLEGEL

KAYDE HERNDON

SOUTH DAKOTA

KASANDRA WOHLSCHLEGEL

ASHLYN MADDOX

BROOKE BULLINGTON

JESSICA ZUILL

SHAYLEE MADDOX

BREANNA BULLINGTON

OHIO

JALEIGH OLDENBURG

JOHN CALLIES

KATE BOWERS

LINCOLN OLDENBURG

ISAAC CARLIN

JAYLA BROWN

WYATT OLSON

MATT CHRISTENSEN

LOGAN CRAWFORD

NATALLY OWEN

TESSA DEWITT

SHAYE CREAMER

OLIVIA ROBISON

GAGE GULLICKSON

EPHRAIM FOWLER

MATTHEW SITTON

GRADY GULLICKSON

DAKOTA HANNING

JEBIDIAH STUBBS

CODY LARSON

ADDISON JORDAN

MARGARET WHITLOCK

BRIANNA LARSON

AIDEN JORDAN

AUTUMN YOTT

CAMDEN MILLER

COLBY JORDAN

OREGON

HUNTER MILLER

ABIGAIL KADEL

JOSHUA ARTINO

TAYDEN MILLER

BRADY KADEL

AMANDA CYRUS

TYSON MILLER

JACQUELINE KADEL

CONNER CYRUS

MARY NOLD

BRETT MARTIN

JASMINE MARIE ERNEST

EMILY NOLD

BLAKE MARTIN

MICHAELA JEAN ERNEST

JOSIE NOLD

BROCK MARTIN

ELLIE HANSON

BLAKE PESKEY

HALLE MILLER

KATIE HANSON

HANNA PETERSON

ZOE PARROTT

SAMUEL MITCHELL

EMILY ROBBINS

EMMA PETERS

BAILEY THREET

MARIE ROBBINS

MARIBETH POZDERAC

KENZIE THREET

KAYCEE SCHEEL

EVELYN ROEHM

KRISTIN TRAIN

CANNEN ZOSS

CLAY SCHOEN

AMANDA WENDELL

DELANEY ZOSS

BRODY SCHOEN

PENNSYLVANIA

TENNESSEE

AVERY SHOFFNER

NICOLE ARROWSMITH

JACKSON ARTHUR

HANNAH STROCK

KYLA BANEY

BRISTOL BROWN

KATIE STULL

RILEY GOOD

MADISYN HARRIS

RILEY STULL

WYATT KERPER

SCOUT INGRAM

SETH VOGEL

ZAREN KERPER

EMILY ANN LAWRENCE

ARIEL WATSON

GRACE E.M. PETERSON

HOLDEN LOVELACE

AUSTEN WOOD

CARRIE RUTLEDGE

AMELIA MATANANE

43 | FALL 2018 AMERICAN SOUTHDOWN JOURNAL


JAMES MORGAN

BRYLIE ROEDER

GARRETT LEE

SARAH OLIVER

MACI SPIKES

BRIANNA LEE

ANNA POWELL

MAGGIE SPIKES

MADDALINE LEIS

GRACE POWELL

SAM SPRADLIN

ADDISON LEIS

MADISON RICKER

ROSS SYLVESTER

HADYN LEIS

BROCK TREW

BRYLIE TURNER

GAGE LEIS

BROOKE YOUNG

SHELBY VESTAL

JESSICA LINDOW

TAYLOR YOUNG

TANNER WILLIAMS

COURTNEY LOBDELL

TEXAS

VIRGINIA

CASEY LOBDELL

JOHN LUKE ADAMS

BEAU AREHART

CARSON LOBDELL

OLIVIA ADAMS

MATTHEW BLANKENSHIP

KEERSTIN LUND

REGAN ARMSTRONG

MARIE-CLAIRE DES ROSIERS

DALISSA MOSER

LOGAN BAUER

LEAH GREINER

CHELSEY NUTTLEMAN

VANCE BAUER

KAYLEE GREINER

ZACHARY PETERSON

ASHLEY BENTON

WILLIAM LOHR

BROOK PETERSON

EMERSYN BLANEK

JACKSON LOHR

JOSHUA RIEMER

STEELEY BLANEK

THOMA LOHR

DANIELLE ROBINSON

CALLIE EATON

CHAD LUDWIG

JOSEPH ROBINSON

ALYSSA FLANAGAN

DYLAN LUDWIG

MADDI SAGDALEN

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