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Spring Bull & Female Sale March 23rd & 24th, 2014 Wellington, CO (970) 568-3983

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Leachman Spring

Bull & Female Sale

Saturday, March 22nd

TES NEW DA DULE! & SCHE

9 am - Attend the CSU Field Day and CSU Private Treaty Bull Sale

4 pm - Tour the Budweiser Brewery 5 pm - Beer , BBQ and Bull for Early Customers at the Budweiser Brewery Visitor Center

2351 Busch Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80524. Cost $25. RSVP required.

Sunday, March 23rd 10:30 am - Cowboy Church at the Embassy Suites Loveland 12 pm - Lunch served at CSU ARDEC 1:30 pm - Seminar at CSU ARDEC: Plan to Build a More Profitable Cowherd

Learn More about: ▪ Two Pathways to Increased Profit. ▪ Why Leachman Angus & Red Angus Maximize Carcass Value ▪ How to Use $Profit to Pick Better Replacement Heifers. ▪ Market Your Calves to Feeders Who Pay for Reputation Feeder Cattle ▪ Join $Profit Share and start Calculating $Profit on Your Seedstock Herd

6:30 pm - Banquet at Embassy Suites: Great western entertainment and the best smoked prime rib you’ve ever eaten. ▪ Don’t miss Lee Leachman’s Outlook presentation. ▪ Enjoy Waddie Mitchell and the music of Sons & Brothers ▪ Bring your whole family!

Monday, March 24th 9 am - Leachman’s Top 100 Yearling Females

▪ Handpicked & Top $Profit – also many junior project heifers. ▪ Top 65 sell via auction, remainder via Silent Auction. ▪ If you want to buy the best, don’t miss this offering.

10 am - Leachman’s Top 450 $Profit Bulls Hotel Headquarters: Embassy Suites Hotel Loveland, CO (970) 593-6200 Exit 259 off I-25

▪ The highest $Profit average ever. ▪ Over half are heifer bulls.

75 Red Angus, 75 Angus, 10 Charolais, and 300 St abilizers CSU’s ARDEC Center ● Fort Collins, CO


Monday, March 24th, The Leachman Spring Sale 11:30 to 1:30 Beef Brisket Lunch Served while the Sale Continues. 5:30 PM Ribeye Steak Dinner served as the sale ends

450 Bulls & 100 Females

We Invite You to Join Us March 22nd, 23rd & 24th

Cattle Sell in Lot Order Sale Order and Estimated Sale Time 64 Elite Open Heifers (pg 40) Lots 1 – 64.............. 9:00 am

If you cannot attend, we make buying easy! • Buy Sight Unseen Lee Leachman will pick out your animals and guarantee 100% satisfaction!

30 Open Yearlings and Fall Bred Coming 2’s Lots 65 – 94... Silent Auction ..................... closes at 2 pm

• Order Through a Qualified Rep.

71 Red Angus Bulls (pg 64) Lots 101 – 171...... 10:00 am

• Buy on Superior

76 Angus Bulls (pg 90) Lots 172 – 247...... 11:00 am 8 Charolais Bulls (pg 114) Lots 248 – 255...... 12:00 pm 333 Black & Red Stabilizers (pg 118) Lots 256 – 588........ 5:00 pm All Times are Estimated - If bidding remotely, check in periodically to verify the progress of the sale. How to read the catalog page 206 Terms and conditions page 208

Anderson............ 158 Arnold................. 82 Cook................... 132 Cundiff................ 16 Davis................... 22 Decatur County.. 24 Dunn................... 18

Starting on page 11 we have professionals that can help you make purchases. Study the data in advance. Watch on TV or online. Bid live on the phone.

• We organize delivery at reasonable prices. See fees on page 28.

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Lee Leachman (970) 219-8519 Ryan Peterson (970) 672-6828 Rocky Forseth (406) 590-7984 Sale Barn Office (970) 491-6646

Must Read Testimonials Evans.................. 188 Gay..................... 172 Grubl................... 202 Healy.................. 122 Kemp.................. 116 Kusser................. 92 Lambert.............. 20

Maze................... 144 Molvig................. 112 Rieger................. 204 Rolland............... 14 Tugaw................. 26 Turner................. 62 Walker................ 60

Sale Location: CSU ARDEC facility 4616 NE Frontage Road, Fort Collins, CO 80524

If you are traveling from the North on I25 take exite 278, from the South take exit 271 (970) 568-3983

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Profit Discovery Seminar: Plan to Build a More Profitable Cowherd! Sunday, 1:30 pm – CSU-ARDC Before the Seminar, Lunch will be Served

Lee Leachman, Moderator

1:30 pm Is marbling important? • Dr. Dale Woerner – What are Consumers Saying • Myron Edelman – The New New Red Angus Grid with Tyson • Dr. Larry Corah – Demand for High Quality Angus Beef

2:30 pm What about crossbreeding? • Dr. Larry Cundiff – 40 Years of Heterosis, What do we know?

Larry Corah

3:00 pm How should you select replacement heifers?

Ryan Peterson

• Dr. Kent Andersen, Zoetis – Using DNA to predict profitability.

3:30 pm What are you calves worth? • Kevin Unger, Decatur County Feed Yard – What drives value? • Darrell Wilkes, Reputation Feeder Cattle – A new way to discover value.

Kevin Unger

Myron Edelman

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4:00 pm $Profit Share – Let’s Pull Together by Ryan Peterson Larry Cundiff

Darrell Wilkes

Dale Woerner Dr. Kent Andersen see video at www.leachman.com


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HOW TO PARTICIPATE AS AN ABSENTEE BUYER We have made preparations to bid and buy livestock through Superior Productions’ “Call or Click-To-Bid” service for those unable to attend in person on sale day. Please note that all of the lots in the sale will also be available for viewing online prior to sale day at www.superiorlivestock.com.

HERE’S HOW IT WORKS

Turn in Bids Over the Phone. This is our traditional method of buying livestock and is the suggested process for anyone who does not have consistent, high-speed internet. To get started simply go online to www.superiorlivestock.com and click on the tab titled “Register for a Buyer Number”. Select the registration form for Superior Productions and print the registration form. Fill it out and fax it in to Superior Productions at (817) 378-3380 with a signature on it, or scan and email the form to info@superiorauction.com.You can also mail it in to the address provided on the form. Upon receipt of this information Superior will call you with a buyer’s number and the bid line phone number that you will use on sale day to place bids over the phone. Click-To-Bid. This is Superior’s online bidding program for cattle buying. Please note that high speed internet is required – this is not for dial-up or satellite internet. Registration is free, but you must become a member of www.superiorclicktobid.com to sign up. Becoming a member is easy – just go to the homepage of www.superiorclicktobid.com and follow the out-lined steps to get started. Input your information and select a username and password. You will receive an e-mail confirming you are a member. From that point forward you just have to sign in and select the sale you would like to register for and once approved by the ranch you will receive an e-mail confirming which sale you are now registered for. Viewing the Auction. The sale will be broadcast via satellite on Dish Network channel 232 (RURAL TV). Please note that there is a short delay if you are watching the auction on television so be sure to call in a couple lots ahead of the lot you are interested in bidding on. The sale will also be broadcast live on the internet at www.superiorclicktobid.com – just go to the home page and select the auction. Remember you can call in to bid whether you watch on the TV or on the internet, but you must be a member of www.superiorclicktobid.com to “click-to-bid”. Your computer must have Flash Media Player installed to view the auction. If you have any questions, please call the Superior Productions office at 800-431-4452. Bidders who are successful in making purchases via satellite or internet will be contacted by the ranch after the sale to settle payment and make shipping arrangements.

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Everyday Leachman Cattle of Colorado becomes more of a family business as each family chips in to get the job done. We cannot recongnize our core employees AND their families enough! Thank you for all you do to make this company successful.

Mike, Cade, Tony, Sydney, and Lisa Browning

Graham, Lisa and Lee Leachman

Linnie Neal

Rocky Forseth

Ryan Peterson and Penny Osborne

Tim, Shirlene, and Kristina Watts

Krista, Tannon, Cody, and Rylie Moreshead

A special thanks to ALL the people that help make it happen on a daily basis!

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$PROFIT Why $Profit helps:

Today, ranchers have too much data to study. With over 20 EPD traits and so many measurements, buying the best bull has become really confusing. Every bull is good on some traits and weak on others. The challenge is figuring out how each of those traits is going to impact your bottom line. We wish we knew which bull would make the most money from birth to slaughter, but most of the time, we end up guessing. Back in 2005, we decided that we didn’t want to guess any more. Dallas Horton asked Lee Leachman to come up with one number that sorted the bulls on their bottom line impact – so we did. Since then, we have provided $Profit on all bulls we sell. Furthermore, we are basing almost all of our own selection decisions on $Profit. Literally, we are putting our money where our mouth is. Let me tell you a story about two bulls that we bought a few years ago from the same sale. Both bulls had complete performance data, ratios, ultrasound, and even feed efficiency data. They were both the same breed. After the sale, we added their herd’s data into our database to calculate EPD’s and $Profit. One bull came out at $8,374 and the other came out at $14,258. That is a huge difference – one bull was a great buy and the other was an expensive mistake.

How $Profit works:

$Profit assumes that the average commercial bull will have 100 progeny over its lifetime. The model assumes that you keep 30% of your heifers as replacements and that you retain ownership on the remainder of the calves through finishing and sale on a grid. We realize that many don’t retain ownership, but doesn’t it make the most sense to select from birth all the way to slaughter? Feedlots have already proven their willingness to pay premiums for superior Leachman sired calves. Our simulation model then factors in all of the effects on both income and expense to come up with a net profit figure for each bull. $Profit allows you to compare any two bulls and calculate the difference in profit that they are expected to generate in your herd. Let’s compare a $10,000 $Profit bull to $6,000 $Profit bull (the average 2008 born Angus bull). The predicted difference between the bulls is $4,000 or about $40 per calf. We look forward to the day when we will promote our customers calves based on the $Profit average of the bulls they use. $Profit works for us and it will work for you too.

On the Ranch, In the Feedlot, & On the Rail, ™ $Profit simply works! (970) 568-3983

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What traits are included in $Profit:

$Profit includes nearly every trait that impacts profitability. The effect of most traits on profit is fairly simple to understand. Here is the list of what is included and its effect: Revenue Traits ▪ Calving ease = more calves ▪ Weaning & yearling EPD = more weight ▪ Fertility (days to conception) = more weight and more calves ▪ Carcass weight = worth more up to 1050 lbs. ▪ Marbling = valued based on grid premiums ▪ Ribeye area = value as impacts yield grade ▪ % Retail Product = more yield is more meat Cost Traits ▪ Cow mature size = bigger eats more ▪ Cow intake = more intake costs more ▪ Feedlot feed efficiency = cost of gain Some traits are not so easily characterized for $Profit. Milk, for example, is a good thing until you get too much. When over +25, milk EPD has a more negative effect on fertility than it has a positive effect on weaning weight. There are a few traits not yet included in $Profit: longevity, structure, and disposition. These traits are important but difficult to express in dollars. The technical team at BIO consists of Dr. Peter Sullivan, Dr. Steve Miller, and independent consultant, Brian Pogue. Dr. Peter Sullivan calculates all of the underlying EPD’s for the Leachman analysis. Dr. Miller helped design the $Profit simulation model. Approximately once per month, Dr. Sullivan analyzes the database and updates our $Profit predictions. Brian Pogue works to ensure data integrity and model accuracy. This great team excels at generating the $Profit index exclusively for Leachman Cattle of Colorado. Bio is a Canadian based company with a mandate for genetic improvement. Their science is leading edge in a number of different areas. BIO has estimated Across Breed Comparison EPD’s on commercial and seedstock cattle in Canada since 1988. Economic simulation models have been used to generate indexes since 1996. BIO works in conjunction with the Centre for Genetic Improvement of Livestock (CGIL) at the University of Guelph in the development of new technologies for beef cattle improvement. For further information on BIO or CGIL visit their websites: www.biobeef.com and www.CGIL.uoguelph.ca.

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What does a team of horses have to do with cattle breeding? As creatures of habit, all of us resist change. We also much prefer to be independent so that we can choose our own paths. In many ways, we are like a young horse before they are broke to work in a team. Training a team of horses requires CHANGE. The three must learn to work together – TEAMWORK. However, a team generally outperforms the work that can be done by the horses working separately. The benefit is SYNERGY – where 1+1+1 = 4. The vision of three wonderfully independent, powerful, and spirited draft horses channeling all their collective energy through a single tongue and plow is a sight to behold. The results exceed what any could have hoped to achieve alone.

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CHANGE + TEAMWORK + SYNERGY = LEADERSHIP At Leachman’s, we see $Profit as being like a single plow behind the three horse team of the Seedstock, Cow/Calf, and Feeder sectors. This will require CHANGE in the way we do business. It will require independent operations to adopt an attitude of TEAMWORK. The resulting SYNERGY will exceed anything we could accomplish separately. The result will be industry LEADERSHIP.

It’s Time to Change the Way We Do Business! CHANGE:

Fragmented ownership and breeding of cattle has put our industry at a disadvantage. Our competitors, swine and poultry, have made more genetic progress on production efficiency. As an industry, we cannot afford to fall farther behind. We must respond by identifying, multiplying, and improving the animals that produce high quality beef most efficiently. It’s time we change to ensure that our family businesses survive and thrive.

TEAMWORK:

Here's our plan to increase teamwork: • Share data and our index technology – we call this the $Profit Share program. • Align with other progressive seedstock producers so they can select for $Profit. • Advise ranchers to help them make the right bull selection decisions. • Provide $Profit on commercial heifers to help ranchers pick the right replacements. • Score feeder calves with Verified Beef to help ranchers get paid for superior genetics. • Partner with feedlots like Decatur County to collect data and validate our systems.

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SYNERGY:

Together, we will make more genetic progress for improved profitability than ever before possible.

LEADERSHIP:

Together, we will breed cattle that excel for all of the economically relevant traits and lead the industry in profitability.

Far Right (L to R): Great Grandmother and Great, Great Grandmother Leachman, 1st Leachman Bros, Billy Leachman and James H. Leachman. Leland L. Leachman and Lester J Leachman were not born yet. Circa 1908 Adamsville, OH. Right: Leland L. Leachman, Lee’s grandfather and name sake, judging and showing heavy draft horses, Ohio State University. Circa 1938

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Become a Top 10% Rancher

What do we call a top 10% rancher? This is a rancher who is on top of his (or her) game – a professional manager of grass and livestock. He implements the best technologies available. He knows his cost of production. He markets his output. He works with a long term plan in mind. By being better than 90% of the industry, he stays profitable in all but the most difficult of times. In the pages that follow, we feature some top 10% ranchers. These are by no means our only customers that fall into this category. These ranchers are featured because they have expressed a willingness to tell their story. Whether you study their ranch, their grass, their people, or their cattle – you will be impressed. By studying their success, we hope that you can pick up a philosophy or strategy that could be put to use in your operation.

Move Your Herd Into the Top 10% Genetically 1. Establish Your Targets

Successful programs maintain long term selection goals and stick to their plan. They either target high end product quality (Angus & Red Angus) or they focus on production efficiency with crossbreeding (Stabilizer & Charolais). Both targets work! Then they fine tune by setting goals for cow size, milk level, calving ease, etc.

2. Find a Doctor

No, you don’t really need a doctor, but you should seek help from an outside advisor. Pick someone that you trust and ask them to help you design a program that best fits your targets. At Leachman, we have professional Representatives that know our system inside and out. Let one of them help you make the best possible decisions.

What Drives $Profit

Many traits affect $Profit, but these are the major drivers:

Cow Size ● Growth ● Carcass Quality Carcass Weight ● Feed Efficiency If you can move all five of these traits in the right direction at the same time, then you will build more profitable cattle. $Profit does this for you!

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Industry These Leading Sale Professionals representatives will be at the sale. Feel free to contact them if you would like their assistance. LCoC Regional Buyer Representatives: • Bob Hough, CO (817) 296-0976 • Ed Gleim, IL (815) 539-7188 • Jim Davis, ID (208) 890-6486 • Jim Johnson, VA (434) 546-2341 • Scott Laramore, CO (970) 302-3071

Allan Browarny Livestock Photographer Cell (USA): 832-405-8445 Email: allan@showchampions.com

Pete Crow

Kristian Rennert

Jim Davis

Curt Cox

Special Ring Representatives: Bill Angell, Independent, CO (970) 396-5594 Troy Applehans, Independent, CO (303) 886-0775 Pete Crow, Western Livestock Journal, CO (303) 810-8831 Curt Cox, Wyoming Livestock Roundup, WY (307) 630-4604 Doug Hogan, Tri-State News, SD (605) 391-5346 Kurt Kangas, Angus Journal, CA (661) 706-2041 Kristian Rennert, Independent, NE (308) 440-9463 Alan Sears, Western Ag Reporter, CO (970) 396-7521 Jake Troutt, Independent, OK (208) 921-6774 Kelly Troutt, Sweet, ID (208) 584-3435

Troy Applehans

Kelly Troutt

Bill Angel

Alan Sears

Special Breed Representatives: Dr. Larry Corah Dir. of Supply Development for Certified Angus Beef.

Colonel Lex Madden (307) 532-1580 Page 10

Colonel Trent Stewart (541) 325-3662

Myron Edelman Dir. of Added Value Programs Red Angus Association of America (307) 351-6032

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The

Sales Team

As we strive to identify the best genetics in the industry, we are compelled to have the same focus when it comes to the people that represent our Company and serve our customers. We have purposely recruited experienced cattlemen that first know the cattle business because they are in the business and second, know our system and the products and services we provide. Our goal is to offer our customers the AI use of some of the most profitable bulls in the industry, represented by some of the very best cattlemen in the business. Check with the representative in your area for knowledgeable, straight forward information on our 2014 Elite Bull lineup.

Just as we are not your typical semen company, these are not your typical semen salesmen. The following cowmen represent the Elite Semen Cooperative and Leachman Cattle of Colorado. Aaron Rasmussen, Hay Springs, NE

Brad Jones, Telephone, TX, is our Semen

represents the western Nebraska area. We are pleased to have Aaron come aboard as he already has considerable knowledge of our program and is using LCoC genetics in his seedstock herd as a Cooperator. We would highly recommend anyone in his area who is interested in AI to get with Aaron and make use of his many years of experience in custom breeding, synchronization and semen selection. He has excellent portable equipment, a good crew and lots of experience AI’ing large numbers of cattle. Aaron is also an LCoC Buyer Rep.

Representative for eastern Texas and southeast Oklahoma. Brad is involved in nearly all aspects of the breeding, production and management disciplines in the cattle industry. He owns and operates a seedstock cowherd, has embryo transplant experience, is carcass ultrasound certified and has operated a custom AI and breeding consultation service for over 15yrs. You can be confident that Brad is well qualified to help you select the right semen for your operation and provide professional AI and synchronization services where ever needed.

Contact Aaron– Cell: 308-760-5695 • Email: taraaron@bbcwb.net

Contact Brad– Cell: 903-227-4975 • Email: brad@jonesranchcattle.com

Dar Giess, Pierz, MN, is our representative

for the northern plains of Minnesota. He is also an active LCoC Buyers Rep. Dar knows the Leachman system very well as he not only markets LCoC bulls and semen, but he helps develop and use our genetics through his Cooperator Seedstock program. Dar’s background includes an animal science education at Oklahoma State University, a lifetime in the cattle and AI business, plus service within the industry at the state and national level. He currently serves as the President of the Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association. Dar runs cattle in both Minnesota and South Dakota and is available in the northern plains region to provide experienced custom AI services. Count on Dar for knowledgeable seasoned advice for all your cattle breeding needs whether it is semen, bulls or females.

Clint Holland, Lacygne, KS, is our representative for eastern Kansas and western Missouri. He is active in all segments of the cattle industry from cow/calf to stocker to feeder and is using Leachman genetics in his commercial operation. He has been custom AI’ing cows for several years and provides complete AI breeding services for his region. Clint’s background also includes 2013 graduation from Fort Hays State University with a degree in Beef Cattle Management and an internship with Leachman Cattle of Colorado. Clint is also an LCoC Buyer Rep. Contact Clint– Cell: 913-549-8700 • Email: cwholland01@gmail.com

Contact Dar–Cell: 320-249-2130 • Email: darlynn@fallsnet.com

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Elite $Profit Knowledge TM

Bruce Staton has been an LCoC Bull Buyer

Representative for several years. He is a 3rd generation cattleman from Magazine, AR where he grew up in the livestock industry. Bruce knows the Leachman program very well not only as a Buyer Rep., but also as a breeder as he uses Leachman genetics extensively in both his LCoC Cooperator seedstock herd and in his commercial cow/calf operation. Bruce has always been a progressive cattle breeder and says that most of his perspective has come from having the opportunity to work with Lee Leachman and his local vet Dr. Charles Meisner. Arkansas and eastern states cattlemen, you can count on Bruce to have the experience to service all your semen, bull and replacement female needs. Contact Bruce– Cell: 479-675-6531 • Email: lazysranch@magtel.com

Rocky Forseth is our representative

for Montana. He grew up on a cow-calf operation in Montana and is an Animal Science and Livestock Management graduate from Montana State University. Rocky has extensive ET and AI training and as scheduling allows, can provide experienced custom AI services to his semen customers. He is currently the herdsman for LCoC which allows him the opportunity to know our AI sires and their progeny well. Rocky can provide you with the latest information on our lineup and program options. Contact RockyCell: 406-590-7984 * Email: Rocky@leachman.com

Contact Jeff-

Zach Meinders, Buffalo Center, Iowa, joins the Leachman team this year as our representative for northern Iowa and parts of the northern plains region including South Dakota. Zach graduated from South Dakota State University and is now back on his family’s operation which includes both seedstock and commercial cattle and a feeding enterprise. They raise purebred Black Angus, Red Angus, Charolais and Stabilizers for the LCoC Cooperator Program. They utilize AI and ET extensively in their breeding program. You can count on Zach to provide you with the very best information on our bulls and programs. He also provides custom AI and synchronization services.

Cell: 641-891-1270 * Email: jliston@iowatelecom.net

Contact Zach-

Jeff Liston, Lovilia, Iowa, services southern Iowa and northern Missouri for the Leachman Semen Cooperative. He has been in the Angus seedstock business for nearly 40 years and has always been a strong promoter of good data and the use of all economic tools available in the selection process. Most notable are his efforts working on feed efficiency values. Jeff’s years of experience and commitment excellence in breeding superior cattle assures you of having a competent representative to provide all your semen needs.

Cell: 515-320-3835 * Email: meinders2@hotmail.com

Bob Wilson, Gilbrea Farm, Hillsburgh, Ontario, Canada is our Semen Representative for Canada. Bob and his nephew Joe Swindlehurst run a seedstock Stabilizer herd in which they have been using high $Profit Leachman sires for several years. Their fall calving herd is also an LCoC Seedstock Cooperator herd. They routinely use timed AI in their breeding programs with good results and can help recommend synchronization protocol options. Bob is always looking for ways to improve the performance of his cattle. His herd has been enrolled in the data collection and analysis services offered by BIO for over 20 years and Bob has worked closely with Brian Pogue on breeding and selection decisions. This in combination with the implementation of Leachman’s top AI sires has resulted in significant improvements in their herd’s efficiency, productivity and profitability. Bob’s involvement in all of these programs allow him to be very well informed and knowledgeable about which sires will work best for you. Contact Bob Cell: 519 831-0962 * Email: bob@leachman.com Page 12

Kurt Schenkel, Freeport, Ohio, will be a familiar name to many of you that have been Leachman customers for a while as Kurt was the LCoC herdsman at Wellington for several years before moving back home to Ohio to manage a commercial cow/calf & feedlot operation as well as run cows of his own. His Ohio roots also include graduating from Ohio State University with a degree in Animal Science. Kurt knows and understands the Leachman system very well and like many members of our Semen Rep. Team, he utilizes Leachman genetics in the programs that he owns and operates. You can count on Kurt to give you valuable and accurate information on Leachman Herd Sires because he knows them and uses them. Contact KurtCell: 330-234-4576 * Email: kschenkel@outlook.com see video at www.leachman.com


Our Representatives are Cattlemen! Garrett Rolland, Norton, KS, has had

a long time working relationship with Leachman Cattle, dating back to the Montana sales, through working as the Herdsman for LCoC and is now serving as a Buyer and Service Representative. Garrett also earned a Degree in Beef Cattle Mgt. at FHSU where he served internships with LCoC and the R.A. Brown Ranch. Although his main focus has been on bull sales and customer service, his knowledge of the program makes him a valuable representative for the Elite Semen Cooperative as well. Along with his responsibilities with LCoC, Garrett serves a major role in his family’s cattle operation in northwest Kansas. Contact Garrett for any of your bull and semen needs or any customer service questions you might have. Contact Garrett– Cell: 785-623-1489 • Email: garrett@leachman.com

Ryan Peterson, Wellington, CO, wears

many hats--very well --for the Leachman organization as he is the Sales and Customer Service Manager for LCoC, spends a lot of time working with the young bulls on test, manages the herd sires and is also your Semen Representative for Colorado. Ryan’s background includes growing up on a family run commercial cow-calf & feedlot operation in southwest Michigan. He was heavily involved in FFA serving both as a State and National Officer. Ryan earned a degree in Agribusiness from Michigan State University and a Master’s Degree in Animal Science from Colorado State University. Ryan has been with LCoC since 2010 and needless to say, he really knows these bulls. Contact Ryan-

Sam Rempe, Superior, NE, serves as the

LCoC Semen Cooperative Manager. He has helped build the Division from the ground up and today coordinates all of the day to day activities. Sam is also actively involved with his family Cooperator Seedstock operation where he manages the breeding program which includes extensive AI and some ET work. His background includes graduating from FHSU with a degree in Beef Cattle Management and an internship with LCoC. Sam has a strong working knowledge of breeds, bulls, bloodlines and an in depth understanding of the Leachman breeding program. He also provides experienced custom AI and synchronization services. Sam is always working on the most up to date information on new herd bulls and the latest progeny test data. Sam not only services central and eastern Nebraska but is your contact person if you don’t have a representative in your area. Contact Sam– Cell: 970-444-BULL (2855) • Email: sam@leachman.com

Cell: 970-672-6828 * Email: ryan@leachman.com

Join Us!

Semen Cooperative Coordinator Gary Rolland would like to extend an invitation to anyone who is passionate about the cattle business and has an interest in becoming an LCoC Semen Cooperative Representative to contact him. Knowledge of the business, and willingness to learn the ins and outs of this comprehensive system are required. Opportunities are also available to become a Leachman Test Herd producer. A viable AI program, good record keeping practices, sound management skills and a desire to breed some of the best cattle in the country are a must! If you are interested in joining our Semen Cooperative team or participating in the Test Herd program, please contact Gary at Cell: 785-623-8828 • Email: rollandrxco@ruraltel.net

Lee Leachman, Manager

Cell: 970-219-8519 Email: lee@leachman.com

ELITE SEMEN COOPERATIVE

Gary Rolland, Semen Cooperative Coordinator Cell: 785-623-8828 Email: rollandrxco@ruraltel.net

Sam Rempe, Semen Cooperative Manager Cell: 402-879-5034 Email: sam@leachman.com

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“It has been most gratifying over the years to see the increased use of crossbreeding, hybrid seedstock, and composite populations to... • utilize heterosis and breed differences • increase efficiency of beef production • match cattle genetics to the climatic environment, feed resources, and market targets It is a reflection of our research work at the ARS-USDA Roman L. Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE. Also known as ‘MARC’ or ‘Clay Center’. I sincerely appreciate everything Leachman has done to transfer the use and impact of our research results to the beef industry. The impact of our results were dependent upon the uptake and use of the information by prominent seedstock and commercial producers. As I have said many times before, no one has had a greater impact in this regard than the Leachman family. It has been documented in your production, publications, speeches, and advertising very effectively. My colleagues, especially Dr. Keith Gregory (deceased) and Dr. Bob Koch both expressed this sentiment on many occasions.”

~ Dr. Larry Cundiff

Retired Geneticist, MARC Clay Center, NE

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• Larry Cundiff and his colleagues at MARC have been important mentors of Leachman programs for three decades. Many Leachman customers and clients, like King Ranch, were introduced by Leachman to Clay Center and their work.

• The foundation Stabilizer herd was designed by Keith Gregory and modeled after the ½ English ½ Continental (RA x HH x SM x GV) Marc II composite.

• Their work has singularly had the most impact of any research in the history of animal breeding. It has been without any political agenda or bias.

Larry Cundiff: always a student, teacher, and researcher of beef cattle production.

Dr. Cundiff will attend and speak at the Leachman Spring Event: • Larry V. Cundiff and his wife will be present Saturday night, March 22nd at the Budweiser Get Together

• He will speak at the Seminar at ARDEC Sunday March 23 about the Use of Heterosis, Breed Differences and Complementarity Among Breeds for Efficient Beef Production.

• A take-home written executive summary of Cundiff’s remarks and wisdom will be handed out. It is a guide to making decisions using the latest scientific knowledge and technology.

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“We buy the highest feed efficiency bulls ‘cause we live in tough winter country and need to get by with less hay and winter supplement.” • Most everyone’s cows in the world live in tough places, or more people would be living there… or they would be farming it.

• Laramie, WY is the 7th coldest spot in the US. We’re swept clean with hurricane level winds and have trophy size mosquitos. Randy, his wife Laurie (not pictured) and their daughter, Kelsey run the outfit with the help of one hired man.

• Composite cattle fit best in this tough, short grass environment.”

“High $Profit bulls have to do lots of things right.” • I trust the numbers more than the phenotype, which allows us to afford really high numbered bulls…. I stay in the $14,000 range.

Dunn’s family, Bath Brothers, settled and ranched near Laramie continuously since 1868.

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“We have handled lots of different generations of Trinity breeding.” • Our Trinity calves out of our two year old heifers weigh 70 lbs and wean at 640 pounds at 225 days.

• Just as important, the Trinity breeding are just plumb easy calving and have so much vigor that they get up and suck right away.

• They come easier and have more will to get up and survive than any cattle we have experienced.

“Besides our bands of Quarter horses we…” • Are a Leachman Cooperator herd supplying bulls. • And we manage about 300 Leachman Nucleus herd donor quality cows and replacements – the ones with the highest $Profit.

~ Randy Dunn Bath Brothers Ranch Laramie, WY Leachman Nucleus Herd two-year old bred replacements

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“I need to know the cattle will perform…. Then everyone will bid on them and come back and bid on them again. The key question is how we get the top dollar, have the buyers literally love the cattle, and want to buy again. We helped producers study the different industry niches and target their breeding and management programs. From experience we knew that our region had a reputation for cheap bulls and that was not going to work. We had to influence our producers to use better bulls and more targeted crossbreeding systems. That led us to help the producers buy their bulls and design their breeding programs. We bought the best bulls for the money we could. The Leachman program was tailor made for our high desert production. We ‘consumed’ lots of their black and red Angus and Stabilizer bulls.

~ Jim Davis

Superior Livestock Rep. Boise, Idaho

Jim Davis being awarded by Greg Comstock

Mary Otley Diamond, OR

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“The SProfit figure makes my job a lot simpler… I love it.” I’m becoming more cognizant that the industry/breed rank of a bull or his traits tells me how much good the bull can do for my clients. I can foresee that soon the only premiums will be for cattle that have objective proof that they perform as represented. I am convinced that Leachman is on to the right thing… Feed Conversion. It is a Big Thing for efficiency of a rancher and his cows… and for the feedlots and their fat cattle.”

“Our feeder calves sell at or near the top of the market. The mid-west used to not like our cattle. Now often on Superior Video in our Winnemucca sale, we sell at the top of the nation, only behind Nebraska which has little freight. We have 7500 registered buyers. We can find the people who have the grass and the feed. It’s pretty nice to have lots of people with their hands in the air, bidding competitively on your cattle. And they know the Leachman reputation and Hairpin brand. These ‘high-desertbuckaroo outfits’ are pretty proud.”

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Ryan Peterson of LCoC (above) promoting Leachman customers’ cattle. (left) The more hands in the air the better!

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LCoC Stabilizer steer bred and owned by LU Ranch, WY AP Grid (Angus Pride), YG 3 (Yield Grade) . . . 888 lb. HCW (Hot carcass weight) LU 2012 born steers averaged 3.8 average daily gain, 79% Choice, 862 pound average carcass weight and CONVERTED 4.9 to 1. (lbs of dry feed per pound of gain)

Key Profit Drivers and Their Relative Importance Analysis of over 200,000 calves feed through DCFY

1) Feed Conversion 35% 2) Grid Value 30%

3) Carcass Weight 18% 4) Animal Health 17%

LCoC Stabilizer steer bred and owned by Grubl Ranch, SD CAB (Certified Angus Beef), YG3, 950 lb. HCW Grubl pen averaged 74% Choice, 860 pound average carcass, and CONVERTED 5.1 to 1.

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“On the traits that drive our profit– Leachman bred calves consistently rank in our top 15%. We’ve never seen cattle from such sound maternal backgrounds with this kind of feedlot and carcass goodness!" ~ Kevin Unger, Manager Decatur County Feed Yard

Decatur County is the industry leader on objective feedlot data collection and analysis. They feed each animal to their full genetic potential and sell on the grid.

LCoC sired ST x AN steer, by Trinity, bred and owned by Sweetwater Ranch, KS CAB, YG 3 with 941 lb. HCW Sweetwater pen averaged 84% Choice, 832 pound average carcass weight, and

CONVERTED 5.3 TO 1.

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The following destinations have been selected as “Preferred Drop Points.” Please select the three drop points which are most convenient for you. Drop points may be adjusted at sale time depending on the location and purchases of buyers. Please keep in mind that this is a guide for “preferred drop points” not guaranteed drop points. Please give the transportation rep all of your phone numbers, directions, email and turn out dates to make Northeast delivery sites delivery as smooth as possible. arranged as

25 26 29 41 42 43 24 28 44 49 23 27 18 50 45 9 19 7 66 64 67 54 51 52 53 8 55 56 57 68 65 needed 36 35 61 30 • Please note the cost of delivery associated with each 31 37 13 12 77 32 33 34 79 drop point. These charges will be reflected on your 71 76 2 62 11 10 6 20 70 invoice on a per head basis. 4 15 14 81 83 3 21 16 5 80 1774 • On Purchases over $40,000, deleivery will be made 22 Southwest 48 38 75 46 78 delivery sites directly to the buyers operation at the per head cost of the 47 arranged as 39 58 1 needed nearest drop point. 73 40 82 • Southeast, Northeast and Southwest: Each year several Southeast 59 60 delivery sites loads are sent to these regions. Routes will be determined arranged as needed based on purchases. 72

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• Canada: All cattle will be delivered to the nearest port of entry. Buyers are responsible for Export documentation / health fees.

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Breeding & Structural Soundness Guarantee All Leachman bulls sell with a structural soundness and breeding guarantee. The breeding guarantee is found in the Terms & Conditions found on page 178. Since structural soundness is so critical to a bull’s useful life, we also guarantee all bulls for structural issues related to the soundness of their hooves and legs. If your bull has such a problem within six months of purchase, contact us for a credit in a future sale. Upon confirmation with a veterinary inspection of the problem, we will issue a credit for the purchase price less salvage value. Note that this does not cover the bulls for injury – see the Warranty below for such coverage.

Warranty-A-Bull In an effort to better serve our customers, we offer warranties on all of our bulls. These warranties cover all types of losses, rather than just the death loss covered by normal insurance. If you have a warranty claim, we will replace the animal with one of equal quality or refund your purchase price. The Warranty-A-Bull is available in two levels: Basic or Extended. All SUS purchases must buy the Basic Warranty.

2% Basic Warranty-A-Bull – required on “SUS” Delivered Bulls: The “Basic Warranty-A-Bull” covers the bull from the time of purchase until 14 days after the date of delivery to the purchaser. The Warranty guarantees that the bull will be sound and capable of breeding at the end of this time period, thus covering the bull while in the care of Leachman Cattle of Colorado as well as during the transportation process. The purchaser must contact LCoC immediately if there is a question as to the bull’s soundness or survivability. This Basic Warranty costs 2% above the purchase price of the bull. Any bull(s) picked up at the Horton Research Facility in Wellington, CO will not be charged a Basic Warranty, unless specifically requested by the purchaser.

Optional 7% Extended Warranty-A-Bull: An “Extended Warranty-A-Bull” is also available for purchase on any bull. The Extended Warranty guarantees that the bull will remain sound, fertile, and alive during the six-month period immediately after delivery. The cost of this Extended Warranty is 7% above the purchase price of the bull. The 14-day Basic Warranty is not necessary if the Extended Warranty is purchased. Claims: A “Leachman Warranty Claim Form” filled out by a licensed veterinarian must accompany all Warranty claims. The Claim must be filed within fourteen days of the end of the warranty period. The warranty does not cover losses due to neglect or gross mismanagement. Bulls that are missing or unaccounted for cannot be claimed. In the instance of a fertility re-testing, the bull must weigh the same or more than his posted, adjusted yearling weight. If the bull falls short of this weight, then he must be re-conditioned to meet the weight and then be re-tested. Leachman Cattle of Colorado has the right to request a second veterinary exam at Leachman expense or to have the bull returned to our Horton Research Facility in Wellington, CO at Leachman expense. In any case, the salvage value of the bull is the property of Leachman if any such value exists. Leachman Cattle of Colorado must be contacted before any animal is destroyed or salvaged except in extreme cases where humane animal treatment requires immediate action. Failure to follow these procedures will make the warranty null and void.

Terms on Retained Interest Bulls All bulls in the catalog sell with a retained ½ semen revenue interest, unless otherwise announced. Leachman Cattle of Colorado and the cooperator that raised the bull will own this interest – 25% each. We plan to sample a number of bulls in the sale and we will indicate such bulls in the catalog, or from the block. In order to do so, we will collect adequate semen to allow our use of the bull via AI, while you will have full possession of the bull. As always, we will attempt to accommodate the buyer regarding the delivery dates on these bulls. Buyers needing immediate possession on such bulls should visit with us prior to the sale to find out if we have already acquired adequate semen to release the bull immediately. As sold in the sale, Leachman and the buyer each have the right to sell semen independently on any bull in the sale. The buyer may elect to purchase exclusive semen marketing rights on ½ interest bulls buy paying 200% of the final bid price on the bull at the time of the sale. In the event that the buyer elects to purchase exclusive semen marketing rights, Leachman will still retain a within-herd interest right to use the bull within its own herd and within cooperator herds. This right will entitle Leachman to collect no more than the lesser of 1/3 of the semen the bull produces or 500 units per year.

High Altitude Guarantee With the bull sale here in Colorado, many potential customers have inquired about PAP testing. We have not tested the bulls. However, we recognize the economic importance of this trait and do not wish to sell bulls that will not work for our customers. If you would like us to test a small selection in advance of the sale, contact our office and we will make every effort to accommodate you. Given this, we are guaranteeing that all of our bulls will pass a PAP test. Notify us when you buy a bull that you intend to test. We will have Dr. Tim Holt screen the bull prior to delivery. If he tests too high, then you will not own him. You can then take the bull home, let him acclimate, and have him re-tested. If the bull fails, return him to us unbranded (please wait to brand your bulls until after they have passed your PAP test). We will give you a credit in our upcoming May 1st PAP tested sale. We currently have over 200 bulls in Laramie, WY where they are being tested at 7,200 feet.

Genetic Defect Guarantee While genetic defects have been known in beef cattle for decades, recent trends towards stacking EPD’s and consequently bloodlines have made their occurrence more commonplace once again. In addition to the traditional defects such as dwarfism, the widespread presence of arthrogryposis multiplex (AM or curly calf) has heightened breeder’s awareness and concern over defects. A new abnormality, an extreme form of hydrocephalus has also been found in 10% of the Angus population including Future Direction and Analyst. At LCoC, we are committed to eliminating defects from our population. As such, we have tested all current sires with parent carrier pedigrees for the AM, NH, and OS defect. Furthermore, we have tested all progeny of carrier sires. Carriers are so noted in the sale and sell without guarantee. We are offering to test any carrier pedigree animals for the AM, NH, or OS defects at our expense if so requested by the buyer to delivery. Beyond this, all cattle sell per the Terms & Conditions listed on the last page of the catalog. (970) 568-3983

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Cooperators

With two ownership changes in the last five years, we owe much to the group of cooperators that continues to stand by us. They are the strongest believers in our program. They also do the hard work on the ranch with calving, record keeping, and AI breeding. Get to know these top producers.

BAU – Pat Baugh (Angus) The Baugh herd is composed of a small group of Angus females purchased from Dick Mott. Located outside of Telephone, TX, the herd is overseen by Brad Jones, former LCoC cooperator, who does all of the AI work. Clean up is done with high feed efficiency sires. Pat takes great care of her cows and is sure to produce some great herd sires.

BBR Bath Bros Ranch, Randy Dunn (Stabilizers) The Bath Bros ranch was homesteaded in 1868 and Kelsy Dunn is the 7th generation working on the ranch. The ranch is located in the short, hard grass country of Laramie, WY at 7200 feet. Randy Kelsey and Randy Dunn has raised commercial stabillizers for years but has just taken the Hairpin Elite Nucleus cows in to run for LCoC. These calves will be raised at altitude in some of the harshest conditions in the U.S. The Ranch is also home to one of the largest and pure herds of Blue Valentine and Driftwood horses.

CRK Kathrein Charolais/HB Farms (Charolais) CRK is located in Little Falls, MN. Owned by the Kathrein’s. Clint,Roxane,Kaylee (15) &Kendra (13) Along with the three Holtz brothers and families Greg,John& Bennie. The Charolais cow herd consists of 200 purebred cows that go back to 1979 when Clint’s dad started breeding Charolais. They run about a 90% A.I. pregnancy rate. Only 20% of these A.I. calves are retained or sold for breeding stock. The other 80% are sold as high quality feeder calves. Their focus is on high performance, high carcass quality, moderate birth along with eye appeal. They Also milk 250 dairy cows along with a custom dairy heifer raising facility.

CVR – CVR Angus (Black Angus) CVR Angus operated by the Edwards family Lorne, Sherri, Laurin and Mike Edwards in the coastal hills of Northern California by the town of Bodega Bay. Lorne got into the registered Angus business by purchasing his first group of Edwards family heifers from Top Line Cattle in 2009. Most of Lorne’s bulls sell in the Top Line fall sale.

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Dar and Lynn Giess with son and daughter Lane and Leah own and operate DarLynn Cattle Company in Minnesota. They have both been in the cattle business all of their lives. Dar started with the Hereford breed and Lynn got her start in Charolais. DarLynn Cattle is one of the larger more progressive performance oriented South Devon herds in the US, that still has the eye appeal to compete and win at the NWSS. They have been sending bulls to the Midland bull test for several years. In Recent years Leachman Cattle has sampled a number of their herd sires to reintroduce the South Devon into the Stabilizer.

GDW – Grant and Renee Dewell (Angus) We came to know Grant and Renee at Leachman Cattle by working around them in various capacities when they were working at the CSU Vet College. Grant, Renee and kids Caitlin, Nicole, and Nolan now live in Nevada, Iowa. The Dewell family got their start in the registered Dewell family Angus business by purchasing Angus heifers from Leachman Cattle of Colorado. The Dewell’s focus on producing cattle with high profit potential, excellent dispositions and moderate frame size.

GIL – Bob Wilson and Joe Swindlehurst (Stabilizers) Gilbrea Farm is located in Hillsburgh, Ontario where they have a select herd of black and red Stabilizers and a few purebred Red Angus along with their hay and cropping operation. The cows calve in early fall. Data has been collected on this herd for many years through BIO. The Joe Swindlehurst and Bob Wilson cattle are noted for cooperative temperament at calving, ease of fleshing and udder structure.

GRU - Chris & Vera Grubl (Stabilizer) Chris and Vera live near a sleepy little town in western South Dakota 11 months out of the year, but every August, Sturgis roars to life from the thunder of literally thousands of motorcycles during the annual rally. Lucas, Chris, Adam and Leo Grubl Chris and Vera have long been involved with composite cattle going back to the Pioneer bred RX3 cattle. For the past 9 years their program has been focused on Stabilizers. see video at www.leachman.com


GXY – Galaxy Beef (Angus) Galaxy Beef LLC, located in Graham, Missouri is a diversified farm operation owned and operated by the Steve Miller family. Their cattle are bred to provide a balance of all the positive traits available with Angus cattle. Russel Miller is the manager of the operation, Dr. Randy 3 generations of Miller family Miller serves as veterinarian and consultant and Steve Miller is director of chores and fencing. We enjoy our cattle, appreciate nature, love our family (especially granddaughter Gemma) and seek to serve the Lord. Proverbs 3:5,6.

HEN - Hairpin Elite Nucleus (Angus, Red Angus, Simmental & Charolais) HEN is the elite nucleus cow herd for Leachman Cattle of Colorado. The cowherd has been made up predominantly of Angus and Red Angus, but also has elite Simmental Tim, Shirlene, and Kristina Watts and Charolais donor females. The HEN herd has been striving for excellence based on $Profit and phenotype since LCoC developed $Profit and has recently had an additional focus on breeding for Stabilizer bulls. The cowherd goal is to be strictly of donor caliber females and is owned by Tim and Shirlene Watts. Tim and Shirlene Watts are based out of Billings, MT with the cattle being run predominantly in Colorado. They have been cooperators with Leachmans since the early 1990’s. Tim owns Watts and Associates Inc. which develops agricultural risk management products internationally. Shirlene owns Verified Beef which certifies added value attributes in feeder calves.

KKN - Ken and Karen Knievel (Stabilizer) Ken and Karen Knievel are located in Windsor Colorado. After 50+ years of breeding commercial, crossbred cattle and 20 years of using composite bulls, the opportunity to select from the top cows of the Tessari Stabilizer dispersal became the foundation of our current herd. These females are being mated to the top $Profit Leachman sires to produce outstanding stabilizer breeding stock. We have witKaren and Ken Knievel nessed the value of hy-bred vigor and superior genetics in our commercial herd for many years. Carrying on our cattle operation with these exceptional females is the next chapter for us. (970) 568-3983

LAM-Hiram Lambert (Stabilizer) Triple Creek Ranches are located in North Central Kansas and South Central Nebraska just south of Riverton, NE. The Lambert family started raising seed Charlene and Hi Lambert stock in 1978 with the purchase of some registered Angus females. In the fall of 2000 they purchased some Stabilizer Cows from the Leachman Cow Harvest Sale. Currently the Lamberts are raising both Angus and Stabilizer bulls for the Leachman system.

LOH – Michael Lohmann (Angus) The Lohmann cowherd, headquartered near Lecompton, Kansas, transitioned to registered Angus over 25 years ago. Becoming a Leachman Cooperator became a natural fit nearly 15 years ago as both programs were utilizing many of 3 generations of Lohmann family the same focused genetics. Michael handles all daily operations with Jeaniene, who additionally manages the books. Ben, who worked many years very closely with Lee and the Leachman program, handles all breeding and genetics decisions. Michael’s youngest daughter Amanda is becoming more increasingly involved with all aspects. Like most cattle operations, Lohmann Angus is a family affair, both Ben’s and Amanda’s families are there to assist and give direction. “Gramps” couldn’t do it without Ben’s kids Payton and Katelin, and Amanda’s son Cutter to be there to be on hand when the real work needs done. By always maintaining focus on the $Profit, Lohmann Angus has produced several high use, high $Profit herd sires for the Leachman program.

MNB - Zach and Jake Meinders (Red Angus, Angus and Charolais) The Meinders run a small herd of purebred Angus, Red Angus, and Charolais cows in the river bottoms of north central Iowa. They bought their first Leachman females in 2011 and are currently working on expanding their herd with superior Meinder borthers and cousins genetics from multiple breeds. Utilizing ET, they transfer an elite set of embryos into recip cows from their dad and uncle’s 250-head commercial herd.

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PAY-Dr.Mike Pay(F1 SM X AN/Stabilizers) Dr Mike Pay runs an elite group of registered F1 Simmental X Angus females in Larimer and Weld counties. His primary selection goal is to raise the highest API (All Purpose Index) F1’s possible. Cows are run on short grass near the Pawnee Buttes and winter on corn stalks. Mike is looking forward to 2014 calves by LCOC Testify and Bennett Absolute and using a new clean Mike Pay up bull RLWF Premium Plus Focus. These sires rank among the 1% of the Simmental breed on the API Index.

PRM – Pete Mathews (Red Angus) Pete and Robin Mathews operate a Red Angus herd based in the rolling hills of Southwest Wisconsin near the town of Viola. The Mathews herd was founded some 21 years ago and is now comprised of 200 registered Red Hunter, Robin, Brittany, and Pete Mathews Angus cows. The Mathews family runs a feed yard, hay, and cash grain business in conjunction with the cows. They know the value of profitable genetics.

RGR – Marc and Debbie Rieger (Stabilizer) Marc and Debbie Rieger are from Plevna, a little town on the eastern most edge of Montana. Plevna is short grass, short rain fall, open country where a cow has to really work to earn a living. Marc and Debbie’s seed stock roots date back to the RX3, one of the first composites in the industry, developed by Pioneer Beef in Iowa. Since joining our Cooperator team in ‘97 their herd Marc and Debbie Rieger has become a strong maternal Stabilizer base.

RMP – Rempe Farms, Jim & Ron Rempe Rempe Farms is a diversified operation located in South Central Nebraska near Superior. This Stabilizer herd has evolved through 3 family generations of genetic selection. Data collection and using the latest technology are high priorities for the Rempes. All of their steers are fed at Decatur County Feed Yard, and the heifers get ultra-sounded. This means that every animal has carcass data turned into the system each year. Materially, all their cows have udder, disposition & phenotype scores, and are weighed annually. Rempe Farms has an extensive AI and ET program that is primarily focused on high $Profit Red Stabilizers. Along with managing the breeding program for Rempe Farms, Sam Rempe also manages the Elite Semen Cooperative for LCoC. Page 32

RSM- Housh Angus, Gary and Bonnie Housh, A&T Cattle Co., Aaron and Tara Rasmussen Hay Springs, NE Together, the two firms run about 275 head of mother cows south of Hay Springs, NE on the Niobrara River. It is a family owned and operated seedstock/cow-calf enterprise and has been for 4 generations. Gary has been using A.I. since 1970 and has built a top-notch herd of maternal Angus cows that thrive in a minimum input/maximum output scenario. In 2001 Gary and Bonnie’s 3rd daughter, Tara, married Aaron Rasmussen. In 2003 Aaron and Tara began A&T Cattle Co. with a focus on solid red, polled shorthorn cattle. In 2006 a partnership was formed between Housh Angus and A&T Cattle Co., at which time began the production of Angus x Shorthorn composite cattle using the Housh Angus cow base and Shorthorn bulls from A&T as well as select A.I. sires. The genetics represented in the LCoC offering from this firm are Angus x Shorthorn composites as well as progeny from LCoC Angus and Stabilizer bulls used on Shorthorn x Angus females. The breeding objectives at Housh/A&T are simple- reasonable birthweights and mature size, maximum end-product value and females that work in any environment.

RTH – Scott Rittenhouse (Stabilizer) Scott, Sasha and daughter, Lara, live just outside of Springfield, Ohio. They started with purebred Gelbvieh cattle and began purchasing Leachman angus and stabilizer bulls several years ago to increase carcass quality. With a large portion of the calves going to feedlots it is important the cattle performed well for the feeders. Today the focus of the cow herd is to Scott, Sasha, Lara, Lexi, and maintain problem free cattle Rylan Rittenhouse that will put dollars back into your wallet.

S-M - Steve MIller (Stabilizers) Killean Station is located in the rolling hills outside Cambridge, Ontario. The herd consists of black and red Stabilizers that calve in the fall and work around the busy schedule of the owner - Dr. Steve Miller, who is a professor at the University of Guelph. Steve and his wife Charla are enjoying raising their 6 young children.

SHG - Bob Shugert & Steve Harris (Angus and Stabilizer) Bob Shugert and Steve & Stephanie Harris live outside of Lore City, Ohio and are officially our eastern most Cooperators. Their large combined Bob Shugert herd is comprised of mostly Angus and Angus Hybrids (Simmental and Gelbvieh) that find their way back into our Stabilizer program. Bob has been cooperating with us since the fall of ‘98. The Shugert ranch, not far from the birthplace of Leland and Lester Leachman, is some of the best cow country in America. see video at www.leachman.com


SLC – Shieldknight Land and Cattle – Fred and Quentin Shieldknight (Red Angus) Shieldknight Land and Cattle is located in Spearman, Texas, in the Northern Texas Panhanlde. The Shieldknight Family has been involved in the farming, ranching, and grain elevator business for over 50 years. Fred is a 3rd generation farmer/rancher and Quentin is now the 4th generation to be a part of the family business. Shieldknight Land and Cattle first came to LCoC and purchased a set of $12,000 $Profit Stabilizer bulls. Then, they decided to start an elite herd of Red Angus. SLC is excited to join the team of Leachman Cattle Cooperators.

SPA – Sioux Pass Angus, Carter Miklovich (Angus) Carter Miklovich and his family ranch outside of Lodge Grass, MT. Sioux Pass was once a one-time cooperator for Leachman Cattle in Billings, and we are glad to have them back again. The herd has run a number of famous herd sires to breed their cows including: Leachman New Standard, Hoover Dam, and Credence. The cows run under range conditions – a check to make sure that their Angus genetics work in the real world.

STG – JST Angus (Red Angus and Stabilizers) JST Angus is located near Colusa, California and is owned and operated by Alfred Stegall and family, daughters Jodi, Shelby and son Todd. The Stegall’s started their Red Angus registered herd 15 years ago as a 4-H project. Their herd excels across the board especially in carcass traits.

STN - Bruce and Laura Staton (Stabilizers) Bruce and Laura Staton live in Magazine, Arkansas. Bruce and Laura started using Leachman Angus bulls in 2005. A few years later bought some Leachman females and AI’d them to the top bull’s available, Bruce and Laura with grandkids producing black stabilizers. Bruce has been an LCoC Bull Buyer Representative for several years and is now on the LCoC Semen Division sales team. Bruce helped start the annual Arkansas LCoC bull sale and has been a big help getting our genetics rolling in that part of the country.

EEC -Emerald Earth Cattle Co. (Red Angus) Emerald Earth Cattle Company of Platteville, Wisconsin is owned and operated by Gina and Joe Jewison. As we build and develop our young cow herd we are striving to produce moderately framed, structurally sound Red Angus cattle. Our breeding program emphasizes low birth weights Joe and Gina Jewison and calving ease, while still providing good growth, carcass and temperament. Currently we are in the process of testing and analyzing our entire herd for (970) 568-3983

feed efficiency. The results so far have been very useful in our quest to produce animals with exceptional feed efficiency.

TPL – Top Line Cattle (Black Angus, Red Angus) Top Line is a partnership owned by Mike Browning and Family. Top Line has been in the Red Angus business in California for over ten years. In the spring of 2006, Top Line agreed to purchase the entire Mott Angus herd. They are now one of the most significant Angus breeders Mike, Zech and Josh Browning – Top Line Angus. in the country – especially for the traits that we think are important! Leachman hosts a west coast sale of Top Line bulls each September at 101 Livestock Auction in Aromas California.

TRN - Leland and Karen Turner (Red Angus) Leland and Karen Turner have built a herd of high maternal Red Angus cattle outside of Gillette, Wyoming. Their harsh range conditions dictate that they calve later than average. Because of this, most of their cattle sell Private Treaty later in the spring and fall.

Karen and Leland Turner

WIL – Canterbury Farms (Angus & Stabilizer) Canterbury farm is a first generation family farm, operated by Andrew Wilson, his wife and three children, located 30 minutes west of Toronto Canada. It is comprised of a 40,000 small square bale hay operation (which are all sold to local race horse stables) and a 100 head Angus & Stabilizer based Courtney, Carter, Jenn, Andrew and Kiley cow herd. All replacement heifers have been ultrasounded since 2007. We utilize ET and implant about 75 embryos per year. Our cows have to be able to utilize lesser quality forages and produce high quality calves. The way we raise our cattle we are confident that they will walk into any type of environment and perform.

WLF – Wolfinger Farms (Stabilizer) Wolfinger Farms is a third generation farm that is run by Robert, Jake and Andy Wolfinger. They are farmer/feeders and a cow/ calf operators located in Lancaster, Ohio. Four years ago they found Leachman genetics to be superior in their feedlot. They then began intensively using the Leachman crossbreeding program to maximize feedlot performance while at the same time maintaining a maternal cow herd to produce top quality Leachman genetics. Jake Wolfinger

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Leachman Customers Earn Big Premiums Tugaw Calves Sell for a $10 Premium Over Market Top Tugaw Ranches, a long time Leachman semen customer, used the Reputation Feeder Cattle program through Verified Beef and marketed their calves on Superior Livestock on May 13th, 2013. The Tugaw calves were sired by Leachman Big Gene. Verified Beef estimated that the calves were worth $12.00 over Reputation Feeder market. Cattle Certificate

include bulls of any breed and from any source – so long as the bulls have EPD’s from either Leachman Cattle or from a breed association. Verified Beef then computes a Genetic Merit Scorecard. This card tells feedlots how the cattle will perform on six major traits – average daily gain, carcass weight, feed:gain, ribeye area, yield grade, and percentage of choice. The Genetic Merit Scorecard also predicts the value of your caves relative to market. Genetic Merit Scorecard

To complement the scorecard, Certificate Date Verified Beef It’s hard to get paid 6/13/2013 also profor superior calves. Age and Source (USDA Audited Certificate) vides age and Most calves sell at (VB Audited Certificate) Calf Management Practices source verifior near the average cation along market price. It’s Action Administered/Expected Date Product Purpose with audited difficult to find the animal health right buyers and and nutrition even harder to conmanagement. vince them that you Even the best have good cattle. calves will not Now, there is a way perform well that you can objecSigned: without the tively tell feedlots proper health about the quality of and nutrition your calves. programs. To Using Leachman’s better inform feedlots, Verified Beef audits the actual $Profit technology, Verified Beef will analyze all of the shots and mineral programs used on your ranch. All bulls you have used over the last 10 years. This can of this ensures that feedlots recognize and pay for the quality of product you are producing. Bruce Banks Tugaw Ranches Filer, ID 2012 Fall Steers

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Alliance with Decatur County Feed Yard Cattlemen, We’re excited to have formed a partnership with Decatur County Feed Yard. They are one of, if not the most, progressive feedlots in the country. They started feeding cattle with Leachman genetics in 1995 and have had very good results. As a result of many discussions with Warren Weibert and his team, we jointly decided in 2010 to work more closely together. Today, all of our Leachman progeny test cattle, along with cattle from a number of top customers, are on feed at DCFY. Decatur County Feed Yard has a history of attention to detail. The DCFY team will be at the sale. I urge you to meet them. Ask them how their feeding program could help you benchmark your herd. Be sure to come to the pre-sale seminar to learn how some of our top customers are already leveraging the value of their Leachman genetics and the professional services of DCFY to earn more profit. Jan Bonsma once said, “You cannot improve what you do not measure.” I think he is right!

K Lazy K Ranch Leachman Angus progeny test steers on feed at DCFY. Walker Ranch Leachman progeny test steers on feed at DCFY.

Henry Darden fall steers from Centreville, MS on feed at DCFY.

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Dear Ranchers, Decatur County Feed Yard Inc. is a 40,000 head commercial cattle feeding operation located near Oberlin, Kansas. I have been the General Manager since 1977 and today my wife Carol and I are the sole owners. Our location in northwest Kansas ensures a cost of gain advantage in the High Plains feeding area because of the large surplus of corn and ethanol production in the surrounding area. We have been acquainted with Leachman genetics for many years because several of our feeding Warren Weibert customers were using them. We are very excited about our new partnership with them and all the positive benefits we believe our joint customers will receive by our relationship. I feel blessed to have been able to live my dream of being in the cattle feeding business. One of my greatest pleasures has been the chance to work with hundreds of top ranchers from across the country. I look forward to meeting new potential customers. Exciting times lie ahead. Sincerely,

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38 Annual Bull Sale thColorado State University & Educational Symposium

Saturday, March 22, 2014 CSU ARDEC Facility, Fort Collins, Colo. Private Treaty Offering

50 Angus & Hereford Bulls & 15 Angus Heifers Cattle are being offered by CSU and guests, including: Rabbit Creek Ranch, Dumm Land & Cattle, Martin & Co., 191 Livestock and Leroux Land & Cattle LLC

Sale Day Schedule 8:00 am

Coffee and donuts

9:00-11:00 am

Educational Symposium

Beef Cattle Market Update & Outlook Consumer Animal Welfare Concerns Using Genomic Data to Enhance EPDs Quick Profit Tips for Cow-calf Producers 12:00 pm 11:00 am 1:00 pm

Dr. Jim Robb, LMIC Dr. Temple Grandin, CSU Dr. Jim Gibb, Neogen Dr. Jason Ahola, CSU

Lunch provided by CSU Meats Judging Team View Cattle Buyers and High Bidders determined*

*See www.csubulls.colostate.edu for info on this year’s sale method.

Go to www.csubulls.colostate.edu for more details.

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Department of Animal Sciences Preparing for your future in the livestock industry

Animal Sciences Mission Statement:

A source from which visionaries and the most innovative approaches in animal husbandry technologies originate. CSU Livestock Judging Team

2013 CSU Livestock Judging Team

Colorado State University’s Livestock Judging program dates back to 1914 when the first team competed at the National Western Stock Show. Students have the opportunity to represent CSU at the most prestigious contests in the nation and travel to nationally recognized livestock shows. More importantly, team members have gone on to serve as leaders in the livestock industry. Many alumni attribute their successes after graduating from CSU to values gained through participation on a judging team. Contact: Shane Bedwell • 970-491-8093 • shane.bedwell@colostate.edu

CSU Meat Judging Team

The Meat Judging Program at CSU is well known worldwide in the meat science discipline, as well as for winning national championships in meat judging and other intercollegiate meat judging competitions. Meat judging involves the critical evaluation of carcasses and various other products from market beef, swine and lambs in order to determine their value and to rank them accordingly. Contact: Dr. Dale Woerner • 970-491-7615 • dale.woerner@colostate.edu

2014 CSU Meat Judging Team

CSU Collegiate Cattlemen’s Association

CSU Collegiate Cattlemen in 2013

The purpose of the CSU Collegiate Cattlemen’s Association is to promote personal and professional development through interactions with the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) and Colorado Livestock Association (CLA) in order to better understand state and national policies that will shape the future of the beef industry. Each year, the Collegiate Cattlemen attend the CCA/CLA Annual Convention in June and assist with the CCA Mid-Winter Conference in January. The Cattlemen also send members to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show each year. Contact: Dr. Kevin Pond • 970-491-1442 • kpond@colostate.edu

CSU Collegiate CattleWomen

The purpose of the CSU Collegiate CattleWomen is to assist the Colorado CattleWomen and the Colorado Cattlemen’s Associations in their efforts to promote the welfare and growth of the cattle industry. This includes educating the public about the beef industry, including working with the Colorado Beef Council during the National Western Stock Show to interact with the public about the nutritional value of beef. The Collegiate CattleWomen also annually attend the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s (NCBA) Convention and participate in Ag Adventure at the CSU ARDEC facility each fall, in which hundreds of local third graders are educated about agriculture. Contact: Dr. Kevin Pond • 970-491-1442 • kpond@colostate.edu

CSU Collegiate Cattlewomen in 2012

CSU Seedstock Merchandising Team

Since 2003, the Seedstock Team has overseen the annual marketing of bulls and heifers produced from the CSU ARDEC Angus and Hereford cowherd in Fort Collins on the fourth Saturday in March. This select group of eight undergraduate students is the result of a formal application and interview process held during the fall. Once selected, team members oversee all preparations for the annual spring production sale, including animal selection, performance data collection, advertising, promotion, and animal preparation. In addition, students show 2013-2014 Seedstock Merchandising Team pens of cattle at the National Western Stock Show and represent CSU at events including the Range Cow Beef Symposium, Colorado Cattlemen’s Association Mid-winter Meeting, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Annual Convention, and Beef Day at the Colorado Farm Show. This combination of experiences provides students with a real-world, hands-on learning environment and an opportunity to network within the beef cattle industry. Contact: Dr. Jason Ahola • 970-491-3312 • jason.ahola@colostate.edu

For more information about the Department of Animal Sciences at Colorado State University, please visit www.ansci.colostate.edu or contact the department directly at 970-491-1442 or m.weiss@colostate.edu (970) 568-3983

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Seedstock Merchandising Team Greetings from the team! This year has flown by and has certainly been a busy one for the team! October began our whirlwind of events starting with halter breaking and then showing a pen of Hereford bulls and heifers at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colo. Shortly after that, we attended the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association Mid-Winter Conference, also in Denver. Then, at the beginning of February, we road-tripped across the country to Nashville, Tenn., for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Annual Convention. Since returning from our trips, we have kept plenty busy preparing for our sale, organizing the sale catalog, and clipping and picturing all of our bulls.

2013-2014 CSU Seedstock Team

Please note that we are holding our sale on Saturday March 22nd as a stand-alone private treaty sale. However, we will be attending and assisting with the Leachman Cattle of Colorado events on March 23rd and 24th including the Educational Symposium and Sale. From all of us on the team, we hope you enjoy this exciting weekend of education, sales, food, and great cattle! Thank you for your support! The 2013-2014 CSU Seedstock Merchandising Team Danny Calderwood- Danny is a junior at CSU where he is double majoring in animal science and ag business. He is originally from Ignacio, Colo., where he grew up on a small ranch, and was very active in 4-H and showing cattle. He has been fortunate to exhibit his own cattle at many different shows and at multiple levels of competition. His love of cattle and showing are what drove Danny to join the Seedstock Team. Danny has also started his own herd of registered Herefords and DC Herefords is ever expanding. He is co-chair of the Seedstock Team’s HandsOn Committee where he took the lead getting the cattle clipped and fit for the National Western Danny Calderwood Stock Show. After graduating, Danny plans to expand DC Herefords and hopes to become an elite seedstock producer. Hands-On Committee Carson Guenzi- Carson is originally from Sterling, Colo., where he was raised on his family’s farm and ranch. His family farms corn, wheat and sugar beets, and has a herd of commercial Angus cows. Before coming to CSU, Carson was very active in 4-H, Farm Bureau and FFA, including being a 2010-2011 FFA State Officer. Carson is currently a junior at CSU double majoring in ag business and animal science. Upon graduating, he plans to return to his family’s operation (they made it clear he couldn’t come back without out a piece of paper proving he had graduated). Being on the Seedstock Team, Carson has most enjoyed getting to know his teammates as well as getting to interact with leaders in the beef industry. He is also co-chair of the Data Committee for this year’s team.

Carson Guenzi Data Committee

Jeff Hawthorne

Jeff Hawthorne- Jeff grew up in Haxtun, Colo., on his family’s small cow-calf operation. Jeff, along with his sister and future brother-in-law, have grown their family’s operation into H&L Cattle Co., which sells direct-to-consumer beef. He is a senior at CSU and majoring in animal science. He is also very active in the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, having served as the CSU chapter’s 2013 president. Jeff currently works as a contract breeding specialist and upon graduating this spring, plans to continue his career in beef cattle breeding and genetics as well as continue to expand his own operation. On the team, he serves as Events Promotion Committee co-chair where he works hard to make sure that both the team and CSU are well represented at industry events.

Events Promotion

See pictures and videos of all lots at www.csubulls.colostate.edu

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Mitchell Jergensen- Mitchell is from Brighton, Colo., and has been around the beef industry since he was young, doing everything from feeding and breeding cows to putting up fence and procuring animals at his cousin’s ranch in Ramah, Colo. Mitchell will graduate in May with a double major in animal science and ag business. Last spring, he had the opportunity to intern with Marshall Cattle Company and is hoping to work there full-time upon graduating, where he hopes to gain more experience with breeding and genetics. Mitchell is co-chair of the Data Committee on the team where he works to manage the performance information and registration on this year’s calf crop. He looks forward to continuing to meet with elite Mitchell Jergensen members of the beef industry and learning about how to be successful in his future career. Data Committee

Caity Prasuhn- Caity was raised in Fort Collins, Colo., and decided at a young age she would attend CSU after learning of its reputable veterinary teaching program. Caity has always known she didn’t want a career working with dogs and cats, and she has found a passion working with large animals during her time as an animal science major at CSU. She is now in her junior year and plans on taking at least one year off after graduation to explore other routes before considering applying to vet school. She is excited to learn more about career options in the livestock industry. As a member of the Seedstock Team, Caity is the co-chair of the Written Promotions Committee where she helps with the team website, newsletter and advertising.

Caity Prasuhn Written Promotion

Kim Rounds Events Promotion

Kim Rounds- Originally from Grass Valley, Calif., Kim grew up on her family’s commercial cattle ranch and showed cattle. Kim is currently a junior at CSU where she is double majoring in animal and equine sciences. She is very active in the College of Agriculture, including the Versatility Ranch Horse Team, and serves as an Ag Ambassador. Kim was also a 2012 National Beef Ambassador. In the future, Kim would love to work in the seedstock segment of the beef industry, specifically with ultrasound and reproduction. Ideally, she would also love to start a family of her own and help to cultivate a new generation of passionate agriculturists. Kim serves as co-chair for the Events Promotion Committee on this year’s team where she makes sure that the team’s presence at industry events is put together well and professional.

Megan Slater- Megan is from Longmont, Colo., and mainly grew up in the city. During high school, she participated in FFA, which helped fuel her passion for agriculture, specifically the livestock industry. Megan is currently in her senior year at CSU and will graduate in May with a degree in animal science and a minor in business administration. Megan is cochair of the Written Promotions Committee on the team where she works to promote the team via Facebook, website and newsletters. It was being on this committee that sparked her interest for communications and marketing in the beef industry – an area she hopes to have a career in once she graduates. Megan has most enjoyed getting to learn more about all aspects of the seedstock industry while on the team.

Ben Wurz

MeganSlater Written Promotion

Ben Wurz - Ben was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colo. He has had several different jobs in the animal science industry throughout school, including interning and then working at CSU’s Y-Cross Ranch in Wyoming. Through these different experiences, he has had the opportunity to learn about irrigation, animal management and land restoration. Ben is currently head coach of the Poudre High School debate team and is also bilingual in English and Spanish. He is in his senior year at CSU and will graduate in May with a degree in animal science, and a minor in agricultural and resource economics. In the future, Ben hopes to manage a cowcalf operation and, ultimately, have a career in breeding and genetics. Ben is co-chair of the Hands-On Committee for this year’s team.

Hands-On Committee For further information, contact Jason Ahola at (970) 491-3312

(970) 568-3983

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The Highest $Profit Females Ever Offered at Leachman

We searched for some of the best females in our entire system.

More $Profit More Phenotype The offering includes top consignments from seven different cooperator herds: • Dar Lynn (DRN) • Grubl (GRU) • Knievel (KKN) • Mathews (PRM) • Mienders (MNB) • Rempe (RMP) • Hairpin Nucleus These females will work for: • Seedstock production • Elite commercial nucleus • Junior breeding & show prospects 64 “Top Cut” Heifers as lots 1 – 64 • The best of the best. • Videos online. Most are pictured in the catalog. • Sell first thing Monday morning. • Broadcast on Superior Internet and Rural TV. 17 Silent Auction Yearling Heifers as lots 65 – 81 • The next cut. • Base priced and selling via silent auction. • Silent Auction closes at 2 pm MDT. 13 Silent Auction Fall Bred Coming 2’s as lots 82 – 94 • Stabilizers out of the Grubl herd. • AI’d to Prophet and cleaned up by Porterhouse. • Set to calve in late Sept and Oct of 2015. • Sell by Silent Auction closing at 2 pm MDT.

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Leachman Junior Development Program

At Leachman Cattle, we believe in making investments in youth. They are the future of our industry. Our family has a history of actively cultivating employment opportunities for college age and recent graduates. We currently employ several “20 somethings” on our staff. Now, we are launching a program to help nurture youth interested in pursuing a career in the beef industry. The program will be centered around a four day summer camp that will include: • Educational seminars at Colorado State University. • In depth exposure to selection and business strategies at Leachman Cattle of Colorado. • Tours of Colorado ranches. All meals, lodging, and transportation once in Colorado will be covered by LCoC. Participants will be required to travel to Colorado at their own expense. Youth under the age of 16 will require a parental chaperon. Any youth (from age 14 to 21), who purchases a heifer in our Spring sale will automatically qualify for free participation in our four day summer camp. The dates of the camp in 2014 will be determined based on best timing for interested participants.

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Open Fall 18 MO Heifers

1

Lots 1-14

LCOC ISABEL ZG426 17673647 100AN

10/15/12 BLK

E H

Scores 70

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW

SydGen Contact SydGen Contract 9410 Basin Lady M017

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

ROCKN D AMBUSH 1531 Eagle 1531 Isabel 2221 L B 6807 Isabel 339 BW

-0.4

WW

39

YW

74

$Ranch $47 1%

MI

21

IMF

0.76

REA

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

0.50 1208 -0.32 $68 27%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-88

0.50

*** ** ***** *** **** 2.5 SCR

0.69

$Profit $10,481 9%

From our top Angus cow family -- dam is a maternal sib to Protege. Efficient. High $P.

2

LCOC ERICA ZG420 17636034 100AN

10/15/12 BLK

E H

P WIS

Scores 72

Pen: A

Act BW

Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 GAR-EGL Protege L B 6807 Isabel 339

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

CONNEALY FREIGHTLINER Mogck Erica C71 Mogck Erica 788 BW

-0.6

WW

54

YW

94

$Ranch $27 54%

MI

19

IMF

0.65

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.58 1264 -0.53 $74 20%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

YHT

18

0.30

**** **** *** *** **** 2.8 SCR

0.71

$Profit $9,018 24%

Full sib to our best Feed:Gain sire ever. Unique mating. Great cow family. Wow!

3

LCOC PREDESTINED ZG340 17689819 100AN

10/21/12 BLK

A H

P Pen: A HEN

3.3

43

YW

80

$Ranch $21 80%

MI

25

IMF

0.82

REA

Scores 100

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

G A R Predestined G A R RAYL Predestined 702P GAR Yield Grade 123 WW

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.70 1224 0.01

$Feeder $113 0.7%

Disposition Intake

26

YHT

0.20

** ** ***** **** 3 SCR

0.14

$Profit $11,664 3%

Lot 3

Meat Case will sire moderate framed meat wagons -- awesome carcass data too.

4

LCOC BESSIE ZG147 17677134 100AN

11/10/12 BLK

A H

Scores 90

P Pen: A HEN AMF

Act BW

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCC Arrival G847N LCOC BESSIE RG003 LCC SCOTCH CAP NG821 BW

3.5

WW

32

YW

65

$Ranch $30 39%

MI

24

IMF

0.67

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.65 1214 -0.48 $73 21%

Intake

-21

YHT

0.50

** *** *** **** 3 SCR

0.21

$Profit $9,212 21%

Near the top on efficiency. Bessie is one of our leading phenotype cow families.

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Act BW

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

BW

Lot 1

Lot 4

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Open Fall 18 MO Heifers

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Lots 1-14

LCOC LAKOTA ZA185 1627035 100AR

09/23/12 RED

A H

Scores 82

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW

LCoC Romero A007T LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X SRN TYRA 7155

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCOC HIGH NOON A093R LC0C Lakota XA025 LCoC Lakota SA038 BW

-1.2

WW

58

YW

99

$Ranch $35 4%

MI

17

IMF

0.54

REA

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

0.57 1200 -0.22 $65 10%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-51

0.17

*** ** *** *** **** 3 SCR

0.88

$9,018 2%

$Profit

Lot 5

Stacks two of our favorite Red Angus sires. Efficient. She's a real tank!

6

LCOC MISS LCKY BCK ZL163 Nt Reg 33B 64C

11/15/12 BLK

E H

P Pen: A HEN

Leachman Instigator X270T Leachman Instigator S406W SHGK8049

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCHMAN LUCKY BUCK 7049C TSN Miss Lcky Bck L940 TSN MISS 600U J610 BW

2.1

WW

43

YW

74

$Ranch $23 40%

MI

27

IMF

0.07

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition

F/G

0.85 1208 -0.29 $79 9%

$Feeder

Scores 82

Act BW

Intake

-10

YHT

0.81

** ** *** **** 3.5 SCR

0.21

Lot 6

$Profit $8,961 12%

Dam produced one of the all time high SM/AN carcass bulls. Will be a great cow!

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LCOC QUEEN ZG341 17689866 100AN

09/20/12 BLK

A H

Scores 84

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCC New Standard LCoC Queen WG407 LCoC Queen SG978 BW

0.3

WW

52

YW

95

$Ranch $34 22%

MI

29

IMF

0.63

REA

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.44 1252 -0.26 $91 6%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

65

YHT

0.30

**** *** **** **** 3 SCR

1.29

Lot 7

$Profit $11,205 5%

Stacked feed efficiency and profit. Tremendous capacity and heart.

8

LCOC ERICA ZG421 17689629 100AN

10/15/12 BLK

E H

P WIS

Scores Act BW 62

Pen: A

B/R NEW DESIGN 036 G A R Predestined G A R Ext 4206

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

N BAR PRIME TIME D806 Mogck Erica 343 Mogck Erica C71 BW

0.0

WW

40

YW

72

$Ranch $38 11%

MI

21

IMF

1.15

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.30 1219 0.05 $75 19%

Intake

66

YHT

0.10

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SCR

1.21

LCOC ISABEL ZG425 17673645 100AN

10/16/12 BLK

E H

Scores 60

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW

SydGen Contact SydGen Contract 9410 Basin Lady M017

*** ** **** *** ** 3.5

$Profit $10,207 11%

A Predestined out of a maternal sib to Lot 2. Top 2% marbling!

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C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

ROCKN D AMBUSH 1531 Eagle 1531 Isabel 2221 L B 6807 Isabel 339 BW

-0.4

WW

39

YW

74

$Ranch $44 3%

MI

21

IMF

0.71

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.51 1204 -0.32 $68 27%

Intake

-88

YHT

0.60

**** ** ***** *** *** 3 SCR

0.69

$Profit $10,220 11%

Full sib to lot 1. Here's a chance to own an Isabel -- the tribe that produced Protege.

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LCOC BLACKBIRD ZG428 17635987 100AN

10/22/12 BLK

E H

Scores Act BW 75

P Pen: A HEN

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCC New Standard LCC SUNSET K3118

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LARKS CANYON 74D4 Tehama Elite Blackbird K620 T ELITE BLACKBIRD Y764 BW

-0.1

WW

51

YW

92

MI

31

$Ranch $32 32%

IMF

REA

0.36

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.49 1224 -0.35 $61 38%

$Feeder

Intake

44

YHT

0.10

SCR

0.31

$Profit $8,392 33%

LCOC RITA ZG338 17636165 100AN

11/05/12 BLK

A H

1.1

WW

34

YW

67

MI

23

$Ranch $28 49%

IMF

REA

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

0.68

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.61 1227 -0.25 $81 13%

$Feeder

10/15/12 BLK

A H

Scores 72

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LD REDIRECT 11 LCOC GAMMER RG099 LCC GAMMER K3288 BW

WW

0.4

32

YW

64

$Ranch $39 10%

MI

24

IMF

0.55

REA

0.68

Phenotype Disposition MWT

$55 48%

$Feeder

F/G

1191 -0.45

Intake

-3

*** * **** ** *** 3

YHT

SCR

0.20

0.82

$Profit $8,538 31%

Super sharp fronted. Four generations of feed efficiency stacked into her pedigree.

Act BW

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

BW

17636168 100AN

Scores 75

P Pen: A HEN

B/R New Frontier 095 LCoC RITA SG968 Rita 9Z2 of 7U20 814Z

LCOC GAMMER ZG337 G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

*** *** *** ** *** 2.5

New Standard daughters are great. Dam goes back to dam of California Traveler.

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11

Disposition Intake

-47

YHT

0.50

*** ** *** *** ** 3 SCR

0.43

$Profit $9,685 16%

Following in her dam's footsteps as one of the thickest heifers we've raised.

Lot 11

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LCOC ROLLANDA ZA186 1627036 100AR

10/15/12 RED

A H

Scores 69

P Pen: A HEN

Act BW

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

C. Ease

Maternal Feed/Carc

BFCK CHEROKEE CNYN 4912 RX MISS CHEROKEE 356 RXG GOLDEN GIRL 8150 BW

-2.5

Lot 12

WW

59

YW

90

$Ranch $25 25%

MI

22

IMF

0.73

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.49 1213 -0.21 $69 7%

*** ** *** *** ** 3

Growth

Intake

-11

$Profit

YHT

SCR

-0.02 0.90 $8,314 5%

Unique pedigree with Golden Boy 719 as the next sire. Should stay moderate.

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LCOC BARBARA ZG342 17689890 100AN

09/19/12 BLK

A H

Scores 92

P Pen: A HEN AMF

Act BW

SydGen Contact SydGen Contract 9410 Basin Lady M017

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCC New Standard LCOC BARBARA PG137 LCC BARBARA LG401 BW

0.0

WW

40

YW

80

$Ranch $24 70%

MI

29

IMF

0.66

$Feeder

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.54 1237 -0.40 $59 41%

Intake

55

YHT

0.60

SCR

1.17

$Profit $7,379 50%

Great efficiency. Really solid maternal pedigree for moderation & fertility.

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*** *** ** ** ** 3.5

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We are at a tipping point in the cow business. Historically, value signals between the consumer, packer, feeder, cow/calf and seedstock sector were weak. That is changing rapidly. The future of beef cattle seedstock will belong to the breeders who can find and multiply the most profitable cattle from birth to harvest. -- Lee Leachman, February 26th, 2014 15

LCOC STABILIZER AL063 Nt Reg 50B 50C

03/14/13 BLK

N H

Scores 97

P Pen: B KKN

Act BW

EGL Northern Dancer U659 EGL ROUNDUP X777 P783

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K TES STABILIZER TL085 TES STABILIZER RS078 BW

5.2

WW

48

YW

87

$Ranch $40 2%

MI

24

IMF

0.18

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

1.03 1214 -0.11 $86 5%

$Feeder

Intake

-55

YHT

0.35

*** **** *** ***** 4 SCR

0.67

$Profit $11,368 1%

Lot 15

One of the thickest, biggest butted heifers. Sire was Nat. Champion. Competitive!

16

RMP STABILIZER AU109 Nt Reg 50AR38SM

01/16/13 RED

A H

Scores 70

P Pen: B RMP

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Leachman Instigator S406W RMP STABILIZER 187Y RMP STABILIZER F366 BW

-1.0

WW

52

YW

89

$Ranch $37 4%

MI

27

IMF

0.11

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

1.03 1209 -0.16 $92 3%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

-22

YHT

0.78

*** *** **** **** ***** 4 SCR

0.06

$Profit $11,595 1%

Lot 16

Stacks efficiency and top maternal. Could be the best red heifer you'll ever own!

17

LCOC STABILIZER AX002 Nt Reg 50B 50C

02/01/13 RED

A H

Scores 76

P Pen: B KKN

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCoC Del Monico G324W TES Stabilizer YS002 TES STABILIZER WX550 BW

-0.3

WW

56

YW

95

$Ranch $31 14%

MI

25

IMF

0.25

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.96 1220 -0.11 $92 3%

Disposition Intake

101

YHT

0.74

**** *** **** ***** 3.5 SCR

0.21

$Profit $10,886 2%

Lot 17

Big spread. Sharp fronted. A unique red Stabilizer out of black lineage.

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LCOC STABILIZER AL006 Nt Reg 44B 56C

02/04/13 BLK

A H

Scores 73

P Pen: B KKN

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

TES Multiple Sire Stabilizer TES Stabilizer YU102 TES Stabilizer TS087 BW

WW

-0.3

52

YW

90

$Ranch $26 28%

MI

23

IMF

0.30

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.77 1226 -0.01 $87 4%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

93

*** *** *** ***** 2.8

YHT

SCR

0.78

0.39

$Profit $10,051 5%

Terrific junior heifer project. Will make a great cow. High profit. Big IMF scan.

19

LCOC STABILIZER AJ004 Nt Reg 75AR15GV

02/10/13 BLK

A H

Scores 72

P Pen: B KKN

Act BW

Mytty In Focus Summitcrest Focus 2U66 Summitcrest Elba 1M17

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCB FONZIE 2516P TES STABILIZER UX422 TES STABILIZER SU239 BW

WW

-0.5

50

YW

91

$Ranch $45 0.8%

MI

26

IMF

0.26

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.87 1219 0.07 $84 6%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

-23

*** ***** *** **** 3.5

YHT

SCR

0.90

1.18

$Profit $11,564 1%

#9 $Ranch = high profit cow. Sired by ABS' 2U66. Big spread. High $Profit.

20

LCOC ABSAROKA AJ005 Nt Reg 75AR25SM

01/31/13 BLK

A H

Act BW C. Ease

WW

-1.8

49

YW

83

$Ranch $35 7%

MI

25

IMF

0.28

REA

Maternal Feed/Carc

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.80 1209 -0.10 $78 9%

$Feeder

*** *** *** *** **** 3.5

Growth

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Absaroka YL003 LCoC Absaroka SD048

Disposition Intake

39

YHT

SCR

0.78

0.03

$Profit $10,132 5%

Complete. Low BW with lots of ribeye area. Top 10% on 8 traits!

21

RMP STABILIZER AD029 Nt Reg 56AR38SM

01/24/13 BLK

A H

P Pen: B RMP

RDDS FUTURE PROTOTYPE 13M LCoC Prototype G140S LCC Hybrid J794

BW

1.6

WW

50

YW

86

$Ranch $37 4%

MI

21

IMF

0.28

REA

MWT

Scores 82

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

REMINGTON RED LABEL HR RMP STABILIZER 856U RMP STABILIZER 4-33P

Phenotype

F/G

FT

Disposition Intake

0.80 1219 -0.06 -137

$Feeder $103 0.7%

*** **** ***** **** 4

YHT

0.68

SCR

0.46

$Profit $12,478 0.4%

#7 $Profit. Wide topped, wide based, and plenty of middle. High 5.9% IMF.

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Scores 68

P Pen: B HEN

SydGen C C & 7 T C A Visionary 158 T C A Treasure 0699 601

BW

Lot 18

Lot 20

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LCOC STABILIZER AU002 Nt Reg 68B 32C

02/04/13 BLK

A H

Scores 64

P Pen: B KKN

Act BW

SydGen C C & 7 T C A Visionary 158 T C A Treasure 0699 601

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K TES Stabilizer WL010 TES Stabilizer TS096 BW

WW

-2.9

44

YW

78

$Ranch $36 6%

MI

27

IMF

0.34

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.85 1202 -0.08 $98 1%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

-41

**** ** **** **** *** 3.5

YHT

SCR

1.02

0.01

$Profit $11,923 0.7%

Low birth with extra stretch and extension. Huge REA of 12.4 sq inches!

23

LCOC CASSIE AG006 17760373 100AN

02/18/13 BLK

A H

Scores

P Pen: B HEN NHF

Act BW

G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Dr J Analyst M250 LCoC Cassie UG392 LCOC CASSIE PG200 BW

WW

-0.4

52

YW

95

$Ranch $37 15%

MI

29

IMF

1.07

Phenotype

REA

MWT

F/G

FT

0.65 1230 -0.26

$Feeder $114 0.6%

Disposition Intake

-19

*** *** **** ***** *** 3

YHT

SCR

0.30

0.03

$Profit $13,378 0.5%

Low birth, feed efficient, and a 6.8% IMF scan! 4th highest $Profit in the sale.

24

LCOC GAMMER AG029 17703401 100AN

03/09/13 BLK

N H

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Mytty In Focus LCoC Gammer SG737 LCOC GAMMER PG084 WW

1.7

50

YW

95

$Ranch $36 19%

MI

30

IMF

0.92

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.79 1232 -0.10

$Feeder $124 0.2%

Intake

-24

YHT

0.20

**** **** ***** **** 3 SCR

0.97

$Profit $14,122 0.2%

#2 $Profit heifer -- top of the Angus breed. Big middled and fancy. Dam is a donor.

25

LCOC LADY AG022 Pending 100AN

02/04/13 BLK

A H

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Lady XG513 LCoC Lady SG257 -1.9

WW

48

YW

91

$Ranch $43 4%

MI

22

IMF

0.68

$Feeder

Phenotype

REA

MWT

F/G

FT

0.58 1225 -0.53 $98 3%

Lot 24

Scores 64

P Pen: 1 HEN

SydGen C C & 7 T C A Visionary 158 T C A Treasure 0699 601

BW

High profit Angus don’t have 135 YW EPD’s! They DO HAVE: • Measured feed conversion. • High marbling. • Balanced traits.

Scores 82

P Pen: 1 HEN

S A V Bismarck 5682 Galaxy Hit the Mark 0006 Galaxy Isabel 8326

BW

Lot 22

Disposition Intake

-26

YHT

**** *** ***** **** **** 3 SCR

0.46 -0.23

$Profit $12,594 1%

Lot 25

#5 $Profit heifer. #1 Feed:Gain. Biggest REA heifer at 14.4! Stacks efficiency.

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Lots 15-94

LCOC ISABEL AG021 17730496 100AN

02/15/13 BLK

A H

Scores 80

P Pen: 1 HEN

Act BW

SydGen C C & 7 T C A Visionary 158 T C A Treasure 0699 601

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Dr J Analyst M250 LCoC Isabel UG513 Eagle 1531 Isabel 2221 BW

WW

0.6

53

YW

92

$Ranch $43 4%

MI

26

IMF

0.66

REA

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.97 1235 -0.41 $95 4%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

-44

YHT

0.50

*** *** ***** **** **** 3.8 SCR

0.30

$Profit $12,385 2%

#8 $P. #6 F:G. Isabel family (Protege). Dam is full sib to dam of $76,000 Prophet.

27

DLCC TIFFANY 24A (AR021) 204172 90DS4SM

03/23/13 BLK

N H

Scores 82

P Pen: 1 DRN

Act BW

MJB SHUR LOC 106S DLCC SHUR LOC 99W VPG KEYSHA 047K

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

DLCC RANCHHAND 31R DLCC KATARINA 31T DLCC KATARINA 147K BW

WW

5.0

46

YW

78

$Ranch $24 29%

MI

27

IMF

0.23

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.35 1240 0.03 $93 15%

$Feeder

Intake

15

YHT

0.34

*** ** **** **** 4 SCR

0.41

$Profit $10,352 10%

One of Dar-Lynn's top replacements. Top $P. Dam has 107 NR. Won class at NWSS.

28

204171 74B 26C

04/01/13 BLK

A H

Scores 75

P Pen: 1 DRN

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

DLCC OPEN RANGE 3R DLCC CICI 151W DLCC CICI 25G WW

1.2

56

YW

90

$Ranch $42 2%

MI

28

IMF

0.40

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.75 1226 -0.25

$Feeder $124 0.1%

Intake

-67

**** ***** ***** **** 3.5

YHT

SCR

0.56 -0.45

$Profit $14,710 0.1%

#1 $Profit in the sale! Unique Stabilizer out of a South Devon dam.

29

LCOC CANYON LASS AG034 17755985 100AN

03/03/13 BLK

N H

P Pen: 1 HEN

BW

WW

48

YW

90

$Ranch $50 0.4%

MI

24

IMF

0.86

$Feeder

REA

Scores 74

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Mytty In Focus LCoC Canyon Lass UG367 LCoC Canyon Lass SG745 MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.63 1217 0.04 $85 9%

Intake

-37

YHT

0.30

*** *** ***** *** **** 3.5 SCR

0.63

$Profit $12,287 2%

#10 $Profit. #2 $Ranch. Low intake pedigree. Hit the Mark is $15,000 $Profit!

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Act BW

S A V Bismarck 5682 Galaxy Hit the Mark 0006 Galaxy Isabel 8326

-0.6

Lot 27

DLCC CLASSY KAT 45A (AS159) Leachman Porterhouse L094W Leachman Yosemite X730Y RTH AN/GV 862

BW

Lot 26

Lot 29

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LCOC ANGUS HYBRID AS004 Nt Reg 86B 13C

02/08/13 BLK

A H

P Pen: 1 KKN

MJB Romeo 125R BC Progress 315U MJB Sassy 6714S

C. Ease Growth

WW

1.1

48

YW

83

$Ranch $34 9%

MI

27

IMF

0.15

*** *** **** *** 3.5

Maternal

Sinclair Net Present Value TES Angus Hybrid TG522 TES SIMMENTAL ANGUS RL125 BW

Scores 76

Act BW

REA

MWT

F/G

Feed/Carc Phenotype FT

0.49 1236 -0.07 $90 3%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

YHT

-74

SCR

1.08

0.08

$Profit $11,088 2%

Lot 30

A 50% South Devon by one of the top $P and efficiency sires.

31

LCOC MARY AA001 1632298 100AR

02/14/13 RED

A H

Scores Act BW 94

P Pen: 1 HEN

TE MANIA ADA A149 PARINGA IRON ORE E27 STORTH OAKS LOWAN C1(TW)

Growth Maternal

BW

WW

69

YW

109

$Ranch $14 66%

MI

17

IMF

0.94

REA

MWT

F/G

0.43 1243 -0.38

$Feeder $107 0.1%

Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition Intake

** * ***** *** 3.8

YHT

-1

SCR

0.86

0.20

$Profit $10,469 0.3%

The #1 $Profit Red Angus in the sale. #9 Feed:Gain. Outcross to most lines.

33

LCOC PREDESTINED AN020 Nt Reg 62AR38GV

03/27/13 BLK

N H

P Pen: 1 HEN

0.0

54

YW

99

$Ranch $29 18%

MI

17

IMF

0.50

REA

MWT

N H

Scores 75

P Pen: 1 HEN

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Ella WG408 LCoC Ella SG990 BW

0.5

WW

65

YW

111

$Ranch $37 15%

MI

30

IMF

0.96

Phenotype Disposition REA

MWT

F/G

0.94 1242 0.13

$Feeder $115 0.5%

Intake

-32

YHT

0.40

*** **** **** ***** *** 3 SCR

0.20

$Profit $13,465 0.5%

#3 $P heifer. #1 $B. Tremendous growth & carcass. 5 generations of efficiency.

Scores 70

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.84 1232 -0.21

$Feeder $111 0.2%

03/20/13 BLK

C. Ease

G A R Predestined Brown MS Predestined U7801 Brown MS Cherokee P7902 WW

17703403 100AN

Act BW

EGL TENDERLOIN N407 EGL TENDER Y159 ET PHOENIX T029 ET

BW

LCOC ELLA AG311 S A V Bismarck 5682 Galaxy Hit the Mark 0006 Galaxy Isabel 8326

C. Ease

SCHULER SILVER BULLET 4604P LCoC Mary SA054 LCC MARY LA023 1.9

32

Intake

YHT

59

0.61

**** *** ***** *** 3 SCR

0.01

$Profit $12,382 0.4%

Lot 33

#9 $Profit. Don't let her age fool you. Registerable Balancer.

34

RMP STABILIZER AX194 Nt Reg 50AR44SM

01/20/13 BLK

A H

Scores 70

P Pen: 2 RMP

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

HXC CONQUEST 4405P RMP STABILIZER 121Y 943W BW

-1.3

WW

45

YW

76

$Ranch $40 3%

MI

24

IMF

0.44

$Feeder

REA

0.78

MWT

1195

$92 3%

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.19

Disposition Intake

-8

YHT

0.26

*** ** **** **** **** 3.8 SCR

0.39

$Profit $11,810 0.8%

Lot 34

Very cool Trinity daughter. Low birth with lots of carcass.

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LCOC MISS REBA AN013 Nt Reg 62AR38GV

03/16/13 BLK

N H

Scores 76

P Pen: 2 HEN

Act BW

EGL TENDERLOIN N407 EGL TENDER Y159 ET PHOENIX T029 ET

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCOC MAXIMA A204P LCoC Miss Reba TA052 BROWN MS MAJOR LEAGUE P6914 BW

WW

-0.8

63

YW

102

$Ranch $37 5%

MI

17

IMF

0.07

REA

MWT

F/G

0.70 1245 -0.12 $74 13%

$Feeder

Phenotype Disposition

Intake

16

*** ***** **** *** **** 3.5

YHT

SCR

0.94

0.86

$9,941 5%

$Profit

High growth Balancer female. One of the youngest in the sale. Long bodied.

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MATH NEX AA100 1650096 100AR

03/01/13 RED

N H

Scores 80

P Pen: 2 PRM

Act BW

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

5L TRADESMAN 1715-6237 MATH TRADER XA120 MATH ABOVE S1151 BW

WW

-0.4

62

YW

97

$Ranch $27 18%

MI

19

IMF

0.78

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.15 1224 -0.15 $81 2%

$Feeder

Lot 35

Intake

-30

YHT

0.34

** *** *** **** 2.8 SCR

0.25

$Profit $9,620 0.9%

Lot 36

Powerful Nextpectation. Ranks in the top 4% for Marbling and top 1% on $Profit.

37

RMP STABILIZER AX188 Nt Reg 38B 44C

01/17/13 RED

A H

Scores 68

P Pen: 2 RMP

Act BW

Hooks Trinity 9T Leachman Big Gene L019X RGR Stabilizer UX437

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCoC Gravity U268U RMP STABILIZER 0135X F286 BW

WW

-1.8

44

YW

78

$Ranch $41 2%

MI

25

IMF

0.02

REA

0.75

Phenotype

MWT

1196

$67 21%

$Feeder

F/G

FT

0.18

Disposition Intake

-30

YHT

0.36

**** ** **** *** *** 3.8 SCR

0.52

$9,827 6%

$Profit

Lot 37

Moderate framed & built like a tank. She has brood cow written all over her.

38

LCOC STABILIZER AX006 Nt Reg 59B 41C

03/05/13 BLK

N H

Scores 78

P Pen: 2 KKN

Act BW

EGL Northern Dancer U659 EGL ROUNDUP X777 P783

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Leachman Instigator X270T TES Stabilizer XX211 TES Stabilizer P4764 BW

3.7

WW

53

YW

98

$Ranch $32 12%

MI

20

IMF

0.02

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.67 1253 -0.21 $78 10%

Intake

-47

$Profit

YHT

0.81

**** *** *** **** 3.5 SCR

1.11

$9,822 6%

Lot 38

Growth and efficiency expert with tremendous body and eye appeal.

(970) 568-3983

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Lots 15-94

LCOC BARBARA AJ007 Nt Reg 62AN38SM

02/15/13 BLK

A H

Scores Act BW 76

P Pen: 2 HEN

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS YAKIMA 11Y HOOKS WARRANTY 119W

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

O C C Great Plains 943G LCoC Barbara RG779 LCC BARBARA LG361 BW

-1.5

WW

44

YW

72

$Ranch $39 3%

MI

19

IMF

0.21

REA

0.71

Phenotype

MWT

1199

$60 31%

$Feeder

F/G

FT

0.20

Disposition Intake

7

YHT

0.78

SCR

0.12

$Profit $8,944 12%

LCOC SIERRA AD002 Nt Reg 62AR38SM

02/14/13 BLK

A H

WW

39

YW

67

$Ranch $25 32%

MI

25

IMF

0.19

C. Ease Growth

Maternal

REA

MWT

F/G

0.58 1205 0.24 $58 35%

$Feeder

02/15/13 BLK

A H

Scores 82

P Pen: 2 KKN

Act BW C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

TNT Horizon P211 TES Horizon T4003 TES Stabilizer P4904 BW

0.9

WW

44

YW

82

$Ranch $28 23%

MI

26

IMF

0.12

$Feeder

REA

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.50 1230 -0.12 $71 16%

Disposition Intake

-34

*** *** *** *** 4

YHT

0.79

SCR

1.01

$Profit $8,834 13%

High growth and low intake = profitability. One you can build a herd around....

Act BW

Feed/Carc

BECKTON DOMINOR ZC M919 Beckton Sierra P677 DM BECKTON SIERRA M055 LN BW

Nt Reg 75B 26C

Scores 70

P Pen: 2 HEN

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS YAKIMA 11Y HOOKS WARRANTY 119W

-0.9

LCOC STABILIZER AS001 Mytty In Focus Summitcrest Focus 2U66 Summitcrest Elba 1M17

*** ** **** ** *** 3.5

Low birth, huge ribeye, and top $Ranch make her a promising prospect.

41

40

Phenotype Disposition Intake

34

YHT

0.92

*** ** *** ** *** 3 SCR

0.52

$Profit $7,395 30%

Lot 41

True 3/8-5/8 SM/AR out of 187 API 3/4 SM sire. Dam has 102.8 MPPA. Registerable.

42

LCOC QUEEN MARY AL005 Nt Reg 50SM50AN

02/17/13 BLK

A H

P Pen: 2 HEN

MR NLC UPGRADE U8676 GW GAME CHANGER 823Y GW MISS LUCKY CHARM 658T

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

G A R Preeminent LCoC Queen Mary SG916 LCC QUEEN MARY MG024 BW

WW

2.9

49

YW

78

$Ranch $20 50%

MI

19

IMF

0.02

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.88 1213 0.09 $57 36%

$Feeder

Scores 96

Act BW

Intake

82

YHT

0.73

*** ** ** ***** 2.8 SCR

0.43

$Profit $6,844 39%

So long you might miss her great shape. Huge REA. F1 SM x AN. Registerable.

43

LCOC ROYAL LADY AJ013 Nt Reg 50AN47GV

03/05/13 BLK

N H

P Pen: 2 HEN

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

D R Retail Product 4637 LCoC Royal Lady XG536 SydGen Royal Lady 7825 (TG879) 2.9

WW

53

YW

80

$Ranch $28 21%

MI

19

IMF

0.25

$Feeder

Scores 84

Act BW

Who Done It Young Gun 444Y Priceless 444P

BW

Lot 42

REA

MWT

F/G

0.32 1245 0.01 $66 22%

Phenotype Disposition Intake

3

YHT

0.89

*** *** *** **** 3.5 SCR

0.64

$Profit $8,415 17%

Lot 43

Fancy F1 GV/AN with lead in her pants. Scores high on growth. Great Jr. prospect hfr.

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Lots 15-94

LCOC BALNORMA AG011 17703227 100AN

01/25/13 BLK

A H

Scores 60

P Pen: 3 HEN

Act BW

G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Woodhill Mainline LCoC Balnorma YG009 RAB MS In Focus 4914U BW

-1.1

WW

53

YW

94

$Ranch $48 0.9%

MI

29

IMF

1.01

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.80 1207 0.15 $84 11%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

49

YHT

0.10

***** *** ***** *** **** 3.2 SCR

0.84

$Profit $11,908 3%

#6 $Ranch. Top 10% $B, 5% Marb, CED and BW. Top 3% $Profit. Good looking!

45

LCOC GAMMER AG019 17729313 100AN

02/15/13 BLK

A H

Scores Act BW 74

P Pen: 3 HEN

Mytty In Focus Summitcrest Focus 2U66 Summitcrest Elba 1M17

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LD REDIRECT 11 LCOC GAMMER PG084 LCC GAMMER K3208 BW

-0.7

WW

49

YW

88

$Ranch $39 10%

MI

37

IMF

0.49

REA

Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.68 1216 0.00 $80 13%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

-26

YHT

0.40

Lot 44

46

SCR

$Profit $10,735 8%

17703395 100AN

LCOC CANYON PRIDE AG264 17703203 100AN

02/24/13 BLK

A H

P Pen: 3 BAU

BW

-0.7

WW

46

WW

45

YW

88

$Ranch $51 0.3%

MI

27

IMF

0.64

C. Ease

Maternal Feed/Carc

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.30 1248 -0.31 $81 13%

$Feeder

YW

89

$Ranch $43 4%

MI

17

IMF

0.80

REA

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.60 1230 -0.49 $97 4%

$Feeder

Scores 60

Act BW

Intake

YHT

14

0.50

***** *** ***** **** *** 3.5 SCR

1.10

$Profit $12,565 1%

#6 $Profit heifer. #3 Feed:Gain. Big birth to yearling spread.

Scores 71

Growth

LCC New Frontier 3215K LCOC CANYON PRIDE RG203 LCC CANYON PRIDE NG918 BW

P Pen: 3 HEN

Act BW

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

-0.2

N H

Leachman Ramses G054T LCoC Middlebrook WG043 LCoC Middlebrook RG811

Top 13% or better on all three indexes. Above average on almost all traits.

47

03/18/13 BLK

Summitcrest Darth 1S37 Summitcrest Darth 0W21 Summitcrest Queen 2T36

*** *** **** *** *** 3.8 1.23

LCOC MIDDLEBROOK AG039

Intake

-4

YHT

0.40

*** *** ***** *** *** 3.2 SCR

1.27

Lot 47

$Profit $12,046 2%

#1 $Ranch. System says she will be a top money maker: small cow raises big calves!

48

LCOC B C SHALCO AG277 Pending 100AN

03/21/13 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 79

P Pen: 3 BAU

Leachman Prowess G136T Leachman Efficiency G060X LCOC EVERA PG003

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BW

WW

47

YW

92

$Ranch $31 38%

MI

20

IMF

0.75

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.31 1247 -0.35 $106 1%

Intake

-36

YHT

0.36

SCR

$Profit $12,095 2%

#10 Feed:Gain. 119 IMF ratio. Does the two things that drive profit!

(970) 568-3983

*** *** ***** *** 2.5 0.77

LCOC ISABEL AG286 17729387 100AN

03/13/13 BLK

E H

Scores 60

P Pen: 3 HEN

Act BW

G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease

G A R 6I6 Rito 7722 LCOC B C SHALCO RG087 LCC B C SHALCO J3889 0.6

49

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

G A R Pinnacle RCK Isabel 339N L B 6807 Isabel 339 BW

1.1

WW

46

YW

86

$Ranch $30 43%

MI

32

IMF

1.40

$Feeder

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.63 1222 -0.03 $91 6%

Intake

24

YHT

0.30

*** ** *** **** *** 3.5 SCR

0.23

$Profit $10,676 8%

Incredible 8.9% IMF. Dam is a maternal sib to Protege -- the profit & efficiency leader.

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LCOC STABILIZER AU003 Nt Reg 71B 27C

03/03/13 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 85

P Pen: 3 KKN

LCoC Lucky Charm X076T LCoC Jackpot U042X GRU Stabilizer U207

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

2.1

WW

38

YW

67

$Ranch $19 56%

MI

32

IMF

0.58

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.24 1227 0.45 $88 4%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

26

0.54

** ** *** ** 3.5 SCR

0.50

$9,330 9%

$Profit

Tons of marbling. 8 breed composite to maximize hybrid vigor!

52

LCOC HAIRPIN ELITE AG050 Nt Reg 100AN

03/15/13 BLK

N H

P Pen: 3 HEN

2.1

37

YW

68

$Ranch $49 0.8%

MI

16

IMF

0.48

Growth Maternal

Disposition MWT

F/G

1199 -0.23

$42 68%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-4

0.32

03/03/13 RED

N H

WW

56

YW

89

$Ranch $24 28%

MI

23

IMF

0.73

REA

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.28 1223 -0.21 $69 7%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

10

0.41

02/12/13 BLK

A H

2.4

36

YW

60

$Ranch $19 56%

MI

22

IMF

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

-0.05 0.67

$Feeder

MWT

1193

$35 74%

F/G

FT

0.45

Disposition Intake

57

1.08

$Feeder

REA

MWT

F/G

FT

0.44 1244 0.14 $87 8%

Intake

99

YHT

0.70

SCR

0.30

$Profit $9,132 22%

Lot 52

SCR

0.45

Lot 53

YHT

0.66

* ** ** *** 3.5 SCR

0.08

$Profit $4,839 72%

Fancy heifer. 3/8 SM 5/8 AN. Registerable. Sire is 187 API.

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$Ranch $17 89%

25

IMF

Act BW

Phenotype

REA

87

MI

C. Ease

G A R Integrity LCoC Lady SG257 T O Lady 266 H77 WW

43

YW

Scores 88

P Pen: 3 HEN

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS YAKIMA 11Y HOOKS WARRANTY 119W

BW

1.1

WW

*** ** ** *** *** 3

$8,193 6%

$Profit

LCOC LADY AJ009 Nt Reg 62AN38SM

BW

Phenotype Disposition

SCR

A low birth, top 6% Marbling daughter of Nextpectation. Top 13% on conversion.

54

Gardens Pascal E36 LCoC Cassie TG909 LCOC CASSIE PG200

Act BW

OHRR DAKOTA COPPER 29K MATH COPPER U1433 MATH CHEY S1137 BW

Maternal Feed/Carc

***** ** ** *** *** 3

Scores 66

P Pen: 3 PRM

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

-3.6

C. Ease Growth

0.34

$Profit $8,454 32%

MATH NEXT AA103 1650077 100AR

Act BW

** ***** ** **** 3.5

#5 $Ranch. DNA confusion makes for your opportunity. She's a good one!

53

Scores 78

P Pen: 3 HEN

Scores

Feed/Carc

0.73

A H

Top 2% Marb and top 20% $B. Low birth, high marbling females are easy to mate!

Phenotype

REA

02/13/13 BLK

C. Ease

LCC ANGUS SIRE COMM ANGUS DAM WW

17703251 100AN

Act BW

LCC ANGUS SIRE LCHMN MS ANGUS LCC ANGUS DAM

BW

LCOC CASSIE AG004 G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease

LCOC Right Now G434R TES STABILIZER TG517 LCC Hairpin NU300 BW

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Lots 15-94

MSF SUSIE AG043 17572621 100AN

01/26/13 BLK

E H

Scores 63

P Pen: 4 MNB

Act BW

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCC New Standard LCC SUNSET K3118

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCOC Round Rock G174R LCoC Susie WG630 LCC SUSIE NG959 BW

-0.7

WW

51

YW

95

$Ranch $44 3%

MI

30

IMF

0.53

REA

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

0.68 1224 -0.34 $90 7%

$Feeder

Intake

55

YHT

0.40

**** *** ***** **** *** 3 SCR

0.51

$Profit $12,017 2%

Big spread. High profit. New Standard daughters make awesome cows!

56

LCOC CONVEYOR AG273 17703204 100AN

03/01/13 BLK

A H

Scores 78

P Pen: 4 BAU

Act BW

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCC Innovation H009N LCOC CONVEYOR RG023 LEACHMAN B C PRIDE D3271 BW

WW

1.3

43

YW

80

$Ranch $42 5%

MI

27

IMF

0.47

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition

F/G

0.52 1219 -0.17 $88 8%

$Feeder

Intake

-3

YHT

0.30

*** ***** *** **** 2.8 SCR

1.25

$Profit $11,638 3%

Huge REA. Strong milk. Stacked for efficiency. Sharp phenotype.

57

LCOC PRILARK AD001 Nt Reg 78AR22SM

02/17/13 BLK

A H

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

HXC CONQUEST 4405P LCoC Prilark XA066 LCoC Prilark SA049 -0.7

WW

43

YW

81

$Ranch $44 0.9%

MI

23

IMF

0.37

REA

0.64

MWT

1211

$73 14%

$Feeder

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.09

Disposition Intake

-42

YHT

0.36

*** *** ***** *** *** 3 SCR

0.44

$Profit $10,605 3%

A moderate, high marbling daughter of J114Y, the high $Profit sale bull in 2012.

58

LCOC GAMMER AG017 17735639 100AN

02/10/13 BLK

A H

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Leachman Ramses G054T LCoC Gammer XG517 LCOC GAMMER PG084 1.7

WW

49

YW

95

$Ranch $30 39%

MI

25

IMF

0.67

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.65 1236 -0.16 $74 19%

Disposition Intake

36

YHT

0.10

*** *** *** **** 3.5 SCR

0.93

$Profit $9,360 20%

A powerful, wedge-shaped female that has brood cow written all over her!

(970) 568-3983

Lot 57

Scores 86

P Pen: 4 HEN

Rito 6EM3 of 4L1 Emblazon Basin Emblazon 493X Basin Eileen Lass N137

BW

Lot 56

Scores 66

P Pen: 4 HEN

Leachman Porterhouse L094W LCoC Porterhouse J114Y SHG ANGUS HYBRID PG757

BW

High $Profit, top end heifers like these are normally in the keeper pen. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to buy the top end!

Lot 58

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Lots 15-94

LCOC WENDY AG016 17733868 100AN

02/17/13 BLK

A H

Scores 53

P Pen: 4 HEN

Act BW

Rito 6EM3 of 4L1 Emblazon Basin Emblazon 493X Basin Eileen Lass N137

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Wendy WG050 Galaxy Wendy 165 BW

-3.5

WW

45

YW

98

$Ranch $32 30%

MI

23

IMF

0.59

Phenotype

REA

MWT

F/G

FT

0.77 1225 -0.18 $76 18%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

YHT

66

0.20

***** *** *** *** *** 3.5 SCR

0.36

$Profit $9,725 16%

Lot 59

Huge BW to YW spread. Back to our famed Wendy J3027 donor cow.

60

LCOC ISABELLA AG268 17703199 100AN

02/27/13 BLK

A H

Scores 77

P Pen: 4 BAU

Act BW

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

PAPA FORTE 1921 LCOC ISABELLA RG330 LCC ISABELLA B3000 BW

WW

0.7

35

YW

63

$Ranch $40 7%

MI

24

IMF

0.37

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.48 1204 -0.15 $68 28%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-13

0.20

** **** *** *** 2.8 SCR

1.40

$Profit $9,830 15%

Stacks Resolution and Forte -- will be a long bodied tank!

61

LCOC MISS REBA AN018 Nt Reg 62AR38GV

03/24/13 BLK

N H

Scores 90

P Pen: 4 HEN

Act BW

EGL TENDERLOIN N407 EGL TENDER Y159 ET PHOENIX T029 ET

C. Ease Growth

Maternal

LCOC MAXIMA A204P LCoC Miss Reba WA063 BROWN MS MAJOR LEAGUE P6914 BW

WW

3.2

56

YW

89

$Ranch $25 33%

MI

16

IMF

0.14

REA

MWT

F/G

0.43 1251 -0.19 $73 13%

$Feeder

Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

Intake

-52

YHT

0.71

*** *** *** **** 3.2 SCR

0.68

$Profit $8,723 14%

Good growth and low intake. Very solid and clean fronted. Registerable Balancer.

62

LCOC QUEEN AL004 Nt Reg 50SM50AN

02/20/13 BLK

A H

Act BW

WW

1.7

43

YW

67

$Ranch $27 26%

MI

14

IMF

0.29

$Feeder

REA

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

ALC Big Eye D09N LCoC Queen SG707 LCHMN QUEEN J3093

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.71 1204 0.08 $59 32%

Lot 61

Scores 78

P Pen: 4 HEN

MR NLC UPGRADE U8676 GW GAME CHANGER 823Y GW MISS LUCKY CHARM 658T

BW

Lot 60

Intake

49

YHT

0.64

** *** ** *** 2.8 SCR

0.42

$Profit $7,711 26%

Lot 62

F1 SM/AN - Sire is one of type phenotype purebreds. Nice extension & big hip.

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Lots 15-94

LCOC ROLLANDA AN021 Nt Reg 62AR38GV

03/28/13 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 70

P Pen: 4 HEN

EGL TENDERLOIN N407 EGL TENDER Y159 ET PHOENIX T029 ET

C. Ease

Maternal Feed/Carc

BW

-0.7

WW

46

YW

93

MI

21

$Ranch $24 36%

IMF

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

-0.03 0.42 1249 -0.16 $59 33%

$Feeder

Intake

44

YHT

SCR

0.78

0.50

$Profit $7,380 30%

A young heifer that still makes the grade. 108 YR and top 1/3 on indexes.

LCOC ROLLANDA AD003 Nt Reg 62AR38SM

02/14/13 BLK

A H

Scores 92

P Pen: 4 HEN

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K HOOKS YAKIMA 11Y HOOKS WARRANTY 119W

*** *** ** ** *** 3.8

Growth

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Rollanda SD055 RX MISS RED CANYON 361

64

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Rollanda SA052 RX MISS CHEROKEE 352 BW

2.2

WW

33

YW

54

MI

24

$Ranch $18 58%

IMF

REA

0.13

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

0.72

F/G

1186

0.28

$47 53%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

39

0.42

* ** ** *** 3.5 SCR

0.08

$Profit $5,821 56%

True 3/8-5/8 SM/AR out of 187 API 3/4 SM sire. Dam has 100.6 MPPA. Registerable.

Lots 65 – 94 will sell via Silent Auction At the sale, silent auction bid sheets will be on the wall near the clerking office. This will work just like a normal silent auction: • Each lot will have a starting bid price. • Bidders will bid with their buyer number and bid price. • At 2 pm mountain time (Colorado time zone) the auction will end. • The high bidder at that time will own the female. You can bid remote by giving a Sight Unseen bid to Lee, Ryan, or one of the other bidder representatives. Videos of all lots will be available online at www. leachman.com after March 10th, 2014. Lots 65 – 94 will not be sold over the Superior Video or internet link.

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LCOC LAKINA AG003 17729385 100AN

02/15/13 BLK

A H

Scores Act BW 64

P Pen: 52a HEN

G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Gardens Matrix LCoC Lakina SG972 LCC LAKINA LG474 BW

0.3

WW

43

YW

81

$Ranch $31 38%

MI

32

IMF

1.14

$Feeder

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.48 1210 0.00 $101 2%

Intake

94

YHT

0.30

65

SCR

0.22

$Profit $11,657 3%

LCOC BEULAH AG283 17703256 100AN

02/16/13 BLK

A H

Scores 50

P Pen: 52a HEN

Act BW

G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCOC BEULAH RG059 LEACHMAN BEULAH H3208 BW

-2.7

WW

43

YW

85

$Ranch $50 0.5%

MI

31

IMF

1.16

REA

MWT

0.59

F/G

FT

1211 -0.07

$84 10%

$Feeder

Phenotype Disposition Intake

46

YHT

0.20

***** *** *** ***** *** 2.5 SCR

0.51

$Profit $12,141 2%

Low birth, moderate intake and top 25% on $Profit and $Ranch.

67

LCOC ISABEL AG033 17756116 100AN

03/06/13 BLK

N H

Scores 72

P Pen: 52a HEN NHF

Act BW

Summitcrest Darth 1S37 Summitcrest Darth 0W21 Summitcrest Queen 2T36

**** ** ***** *** *** 3

#4 $Ranch. Will make a moderate, milky, high marbling cow. She'll make money!

(970) 568-3983

Lot 64

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Dr J Analyst M250 LCoC Isabel TG908 Eagle 1531 Isabel 2221 BW

0.9

WW

49

YW

88

$Ranch $29 48%

MI

20

IMF

0.77

$Feeder

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.70 1212 -0.27 $88 8%

Intake

34

YHT

0.30

** *** *** *** 3 SCR

0.77

$Profit $10,357 10%

A Darth going back to the dam of Protege. 132 IMF ratio! Huge on all three indexes.

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Silent Auction

68

Lots 65-94

LCOC ISABEL AG304 17729198 100AN

02/07/13 BLK

E H

Scores Act BW 70

P Pen: 52a HEN

SITZ ALLIANCE 6595 KMK Alliance 6595 I87 G A R Ext 916

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

ROCKN D AMBUSH 1531 Eagle 1531 Isabel 2221 L B 6807 Isabel 339 BW

WW

1.3

YW

50

86

$Ranch $49 0.6%

MI

IMF

18

REA

0.34

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

Intake

YHT

0.39 1216 -0.08 -102 $58 43%

$Feeder

0.50

SCR

0.16

$Profit $9,855 14%

MSF WILD ROSE AA019 1598262 100AR

02/22/13 RED

N H

Beckton Nebula P P707 LCoC Nebula A213Y MATH W8975

BW

WW

YW

61

103

$Ranch $26 20%

MI

IMF

23

0.67

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

$Feeder

Phenotype Disposition

REA

MWT

F/G

0.21 1232 -0.39 $91 0.4%

Intake

YHT

-14

BW

WW

0.2

46

0.37

71

Nt Reg 65B 33C

02/17/13 RED

A H

SCR

0.61

Scores Act BW 88

P Pen: 52a GRU

Leachman Disciple G046T LCoC Disciple S025X RGR Hybrid PN005

BW

3.1

WW

48

YW

83

$Ranch $25 31%

MI

28

IMF

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

0.33

Phenotype Disposition

REA

MWT

F/G

0.81 1232 -0.24 $96 2%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-20

BW

Nt Reg 65B 35C

03/21/13 BLK

N H

1.08

SCR

0.09

EGL Northern Dancer U659 EGL ROUNDUP X777 P783

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BW

6.1

WW

47

YW

84

$Ranch $10 85%

MI

20

IMF

0.24

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.42 1248 -0.16 $85 5%

Intake

-32

Maternal Feed/Carc

MI

IMF

23

REA

-0.11 0.52

MWT

F/G

1196 -0.06

$79 2%

$Feeder

Phenotype Disposition Intake

***** ** ***** ** *** 3

YHT

57

0.42

SCR

0.66

$Profit $10,043 0.5%

0.52

02/10/13 BLK

A H

Scores 62

P Pen: 52a HEN

Act BW C. Ease

68

MI

20

IMF

0.12

REA

0.71

Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

1191 -0.10

$61 29%

$Feeder

*** ** *** ** *** 3.5

Growth

Intake

-13

YHT

SCR

0.44

0.18

$Profit $8,074 21%

Moderate Trinity daughter. They make great cows! 3/8-5/8. Registerable.

73

GRU STABILIZER AU028 Nt Reg 61B 38C

02/12/13 BLK

A H

Scores 89

P Pen: 52a GRU

Act BW

Leachman Disciple G046T LCoC Disciple S025X RGR Hybrid PN005

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Hooks Trinity 9T GRU STABILIZER YX020 GRU STABILIZER UD021 BW

WW

1.8

41

YW

76

$Ranch $26 29%

75

MI

25

IMF

0.36

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.80 1224 -0.20 $92 3%

$Feeder

Intake

-16

** *** **** ** 3.2

YHT

SCR

1.41 -0.28

$Profit $10,367 4%

SCR

1.19

GRU MS IN FOCUS AX040 Nt Reg 54B 45C

02/28/13 RED

A H

Scores 93

P Pen: 52a GRU

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

*** ** *** ** 3.5

$Profit $8,234 19%

Sired by the NWSS champion, Roundup. Full of hybrid vigor.

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YHT

YW

$Ranch $29 21%

C. Ease

LCoC Cherokee Cnyn D074S TES Stabilizer WU479 TES Papa Forte PX076

C. Ease Growth

Huge REA. 105 WR & 111 YR. Green, but very high quality. Top 3% $Profit.

Scores Act BW 95

P Pen: 52a KKN

63

Nt Reg 62AR38SM

36

*** **** *** ** 3.5

$Profit $10,647 3%

LCOC STABILIZER AU140

Act BW

LCOC PR PRIDE AD004

WW

-1.3

From the top of the GRU herd. 113 WR and 113 YR. Huge REA.

74

Scores 60

P Pen: 52a HEN

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Pr Pride SA046 LCC PR PRIDE K1095

C. Ease

Hooks Trinity 9T GRU Jocelyn YJ008 T D L Jocelyn 472P

A H

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

*** *** *** ** 3

$Profit $10,364 0.3%

GRU JOCELYN AU035

YW

$Ranch $33 6%

#8 Feed:Gain. Scanned 8.2% IMF. Unique outcross. #1 $Profit Red Angus in sale.

72

02/12/13 BLK

BROWN VACATION H7106 LCoC Eclipse RA156 LCC ECLIPSE NA582

C. Ease

EXAR 263C BASIN ROSE 0T53 BASIN ROSE F521 -2.9

1632300 100AR

#3 $Ranch. Outcross heifer sired by the Angus breed's #5 marbling sire! 7.3% IMF

Scores Act BW 83

P Pen: 52a MNB

LCOC ECLIPSE AA006 G A R Predestined G A R Further Progress G A R Objective 2345

*** ** *** *** *** 3.2

Alliance I87 x Isabel 2221 -- royal pedigree for feed efficiency.

70

69

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Mytty In Focus GRU In Focus T256 GRU Abrams R251 BW

1.8

WW

46

YW

79

$Ranch $32 13%

MI

27

IMF

0.23

$Feeder

Phenotype Disposition

REA

MWT

F/G

0.73 1233 -0.09 $83 6%

Intake

-45

YHT

1.26

*** * ***** ** 3 SCR

0.65

$Profit $10,179 4%

Top Trinity from GRU herd. 110 WR and 108 YR.

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76

Lots 65-94

GRU MS NEW DESIGN AX067 Nt Reg 47B 53C

03/20/13 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 91

P Pen: 52a GRU

G A R Predestined HOOKS XCEL 38X HOOKS TRIXIE 27K

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BW

WW

50

YW

84

$Ranch $22 44%

MI

23

IMF

0.34

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.85 1228 -0.17 $100 1%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

16

1.01

*** ** ***** ** 3.2 SCR

0.28

$Profit $10,662 3%

LCOC BEULEH AG281 17756123 100AN

04/25/13 BLK

N H

Leachman Prowess G136T Leachman Efficiency G060X LCOC EVERA PG003

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

C A FUTURE DIRECTION 5321 LCC RITO NG888 LCC RITO K3267 BW

0.8

WW

44

YW

73

$Ranch $36 16%

MI

27

IMF

0.53

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition

F/G

0.34 1243 -0.29 $86 9%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

9

BW

0.7

0.30

SCR

0.06

$Profit $10,913 6%

LCOC CHRISTINA AN014 Nt Reg 25B 72C

03/18/13 BLK

N H

3.2

47

YW

81

$Ranch $8 89%

MI

14

IMF

0.07

Growth Maternal

REA

Feed/Carc

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.50 1236 -0.08 $76 11%

$Feeder

03/04/13 RED

Intake

YHT

16

N H

0.1

40

YW

62

$Ranch $17 64%

MI

16

IMF

0.66

76

MI

29

IMF

0.61

REA

MWT

F/G

0.57 1220 -0.31 $107 1%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

9

0.50

SCR

0.88

$Profit $11,824 3%

79

LCOC CANYON BELL AN015 Nt Reg 50AN47GV

03/19/13 BLK

N H

P Pen: 52a HEN

Who Done It Young Gun 444Y Priceless 444P

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Blue Ston Spectrum 2613 LCoC Canyon Bell SG741 LCOC CANYON BELL PG214 BW

3.0

WW

44

YW

67

$Ranch $20 53%

MI

18

IMF

0.31

$Feeder

Scores 84

Act BW

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.47 1218 0.39 $53 43%

Intake

108

YHT

** *** ** *** 3 SCR

0.77 -0.03

$Profit $6,460 45%

SCR

0.04

Lot 79

Act BW Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

$37 71%

Intake

11

YHT

0.77

** ** ** *** 3.2 SCR

0.45

$Profit $4,815 72%

Another F1 GV x AR. Will live longer, wean more, and make you money.

(970) 568-3983

YW

C. Ease

-0.04 0.23 1223 0.03

$Feeder

41

Phenotype Disposition

Scores 68

P Pen: 52a HEN

BROWN VACATION H7106 LORENZEN ABIGAL R5125 LORENZEN ABIGAL 3081 WW

Maternal Feed/Carc

*** ** *** ***** ** 3.5

*** * *** *** 3.5

$Profit $7,312 31%

Who Done It Young Gun 444Y Priceless 444P

BW

C. Ease Growth

Act BW

LCOC ABIGAL AS002 Nt Reg 50AR47GV

Act BW

F1 Balancer female. Registerable. Solid type and big middle. 110 WR & 104 YR.

Low intake & high efficiency. 50% GV 25% AN &15% SM.

81

Scores 79

P Pen: 52a HEN

C. Ease

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Christina XG544 HOOKS CHRISTINA 23L WW

E H

Scores 80

P Pen: 52a HEN

Who Done It Young Gun 444Y Priceless 444P

BW

WW

$Ranch $27 53%

*** *** *** **** ** 2.5

Youngest heifer in the catalog. 133 IMF ratio. Top 1% on $Profit.

80

02/11/13 BLK

Retail Product out of one of our favorite 1407 daughters. High $Profit.

Scores Act BW 75

P Pen: 52a BAU AMF,NHF

17727485 100AN

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCC ISABELLA K3153 LEACHMAN ISABELLA H3068

Moderate SM/AN with a huge REA EPD. Will blossom for you.

78

LCOC ISABELLA AG305 G A R PRECISION 1680 G A R RETAIL PRODUCT G A R EXT 4927

C. Ease

Hooks Trinity 9T GRU Miss New Design XL009 GRU New Design PU235 3.0

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Fall Bred Stabilizers -- Silent Auction

Leachman Porterhouse L094W BW -1.3 - $Feeder $Profit $13,539

Lots 82 – 94 Fall Bred Replacement Quality Stabilizer Female From the Grubl Herd AI’d to Prophet J030Z on 12/15/13. NS to Porterhouse L094W from 12/22/13 to 2/20/14.

82

Leachman Prophet J030Z BW -1.4 - $Feeder $Profit $16,717

GRU STABILIZER ZX002 Nt Reg 48B 52C

02/10/12 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 64

P Pen: 52b GRU

S A V Final Answer 0035 Leachman Introduction G987T LCHMN WENDY J3027

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Leachman Talisman X137T TES Stabilizer XX130 TES Stabilizer UX412 BW

-1.0

WW

41

YW

66

$Ranch $46 0.5%

MI

31

IMF

0.28

REA

0.69

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

1177 -0.25

$62 28%

$Feeder

Lots 82-94

Intake

YHT

-2

0.13

SCR

1.02

GRU STABILIZER ZX059 Nt Reg 53B 47C

03/01/12 BLK

A H

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Profitmaker L104X R K S PG460

BW

0.7

BW

3.8

WW

51

YW

81

$Ranch $23 39%

MI

25

IMF

0.17

REA

MWT

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.67 1231 -0.20 $87 4%

$Feeder

Intake

-48

85

44

GRU STABILIZER ZL017 Nt Reg 41B 59C

02/29/12 BLK

A H

YHT

0.79

SCR

0.26

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

HOOKS SQUIRE 61S GRU Stabilizer WU392 GRU Stabilizer TU115 BW

-2.8

WW

41

YW

74

$Ranch $42 2%

MI

28

IMF

0.20

$Feeder

REA

0.71

Phenotype Disposition MWT

1189

$84 5%

F/G

0.01

Intake

-30

C. Ease

Growth Maternal

YW

75

MI

22

IMF

0.23

REA

MWT

F/G

0.61 1213 -0.24 $80 8%

$Feeder

Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition Intake

-29

YHT

0.62

** *** *** **** 3 SCR

0.83

$9,871 6%

$Profit

Nt Reg 58B 38C

YHT

03/03/12 BLK

A H

Scores 80

P Pen: 52b GRU

Act BW C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

GRU Stabilizer 412T GRU Stabilizer WS318 LCOC STABILIZER SS030 BW

1.8

WW

47

YW

82

$Ranch $24 35%

87

MI

18

IMF

0.27

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.42 1238 -0.15 $75 12%

$Feeder

Intake

10

YHT

*** ** *** ***** 3.5 SCR

0.69 -0.09

$Profit $8,766 13%

SCR

0.43 -0.01

$Profit $11,345 1%

GRU STABILIZER ZL018 Nt Reg 41B 57C

02/29/12 BLK

A H

Scores 72

P Pen: 52b GRU

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Hooks Trinity 9T Hooks Pearl 22-P

***** ** ***** *** ** 3

Fall bred 2 yr old. Highest $Profit of the fall bred females. Low birth and good growth.

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Act BW

Fall bred 2 yr old. High growth with intake in the lowest 33%.

Scores Act BW 67

P Pen: 52b GRU

Scores 78

P Pen: 52b GRU

GRU STABILIZER ZU020

Fall bred 2 yr old. One of the best. High growth, milk, and efficiency.

86

A H

Efficiency NFI EGL EFFICIENCY W647 EAG Gelbvieh N188

*** ** *** ***** 3

$9,708 7%

$Profit

WW

$Ranch $31 14%

C. Ease

LCC BLK STABILIZER U400M GRU STABILIZER UX155 GRU STABILIZER PX347

03/02/12 BLK

Fall bred 2 yr old. High efficiency. Top 25% or better on 8 traits.

Scores Act BW 90

P Pen: 52b GRU

Nt Reg 63B 36C

LCC BLK RANGEMAKER 5332K GRU Stabilizer MS425 GRU Stabilizer JC908

#8 $Ranch. Fall bred 2 yr old. Stacked for feed efficiency.

84

GRU STABILIZER ZU017 HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Profitmaker L104X R K S PG460

*** ** ***** ** *** 3

$9,907 6%

$Profit

83

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

LCOC NEW DESIGN G839P GRU Stabilizer U306 GRU Stabilizer P318 BW

-1.5

WW

42

YW

71

$Ranch $38 4%

MI

23

IMF

0.20

$Feeder

REA

0.74

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

1193 -0.18

$77 10%

Intake

-32

YHT

0.61

*** ** **** *** *** 5 SCR

0.01

$Profit $10,363 4%

Fall bred 2 yr old. Top 25% on eight traits. Makes her profitable!

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Fall Bred Stabilizers -- Silent Auction

88

GRU STABILIZER ZX024 Nt Reg 73B 25C

02/21/12 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 76

P Pen: 52b GRU

Mytty In Focus Leachman Converge G227U LA Kenzie Lou NG330

1.4

WW

36

YW

68

$Ranch $33 10%

MI

34

IMF

0.29

REA

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.55 1205 0.04 $78 9%

$Feeder

89

Intake

-29

YHT

0.53

** *** *** ** 3 SCR

0.24

$9,966 5%

$Profit

03/18/12 BLK

N H

Scores Act BW 76

P Pen: 52b GRU

LCoC Lucky Charm X076T LCoC Lucky Star U037X GRU Stabilizer R266

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Hooks Trinity 9T GRU Stabilizer WX429 GRU Stabilizer H6655 BW

-0.1

WW

43

YW

70

$Ranch $37 4%

MI

22

IMF

0.10

REA

0.75

Phenotype Disposition MWT

1193 -0.07

$70 18%

$Feeder

F/G

BW

0.6

Intake

-61

YHT

0.33

91

03/03/12 BLK

A H

SCR

0.51

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Profitmaker L104X R K S PG460

BW

3.5

WW

51

YW

85

$Ranch $24 36%

MI

25

IMF

0.16

REA

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Disposition F/G

0.64 1242 -0.17 $76 11%

$Feeder

BW

3.4

Intake

-22

YHT

1.07

SCR

1.15

$Profit $8,900 12%

GRU STABILIZER ZX527 Nt Reg 50B 50C

03/13/12 BLK

N H

-0.2

WW

48

YW

75

$Ranch $27 24%

MI

26

IMF

0.11

$Feeder

REA

MWT

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.58 1213 0.06 $68 19%

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

64

MI

15

IMF

0.21

REA

0.74

Phenotype Disposition MWT

1194 -0.07

$66 22%

$Feeder

F/G

Intake

-39

YHT

0.76

** *** *** *** 3.5 SCR

0.50

$Profit $8,595 15%

GRU STABILIZER ZU012 Nt Reg 65B 35C

03/01/12 BLK

A H

Scores 84

P Pen: 52b GRU

Act BW C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

WW

44

YW

72

MI

27

IMF

0.19

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.72 1203 -0.26 $75 12%

$Feeder

Intake

-45

YHT

0.44

** *** *** ** 3.5 SCR

0.38

$Profit $9,005 11%

93

GRU STABILIZER ZU013 Nt Reg 60B 41C

03/01/12 BLK

A H

Scores 88

P Pen: 52b GRU

Act BW

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Profitmaker L104X R K S PG460

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCC BLK STABILIZER U400M GRU Stabilizer US020 GRU Stabilizer H6655 BW

2.5

WW

45

YW

75

$Ranch $26 28%

MI

21

IMF

0.14

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.67 1218 -0.19 $73 14%

Intake

-48

YHT

0.58

** *** *** ** 3 SCR

0.61

$Profit $8,818 13%

Act BW

GKT BOO BOO 155E LCoC Boo Boo N025U R K S BLACKCAP PG715

BW

C. Ease

Fall bred 2 yr old. AI confirmed to Prophet, the high $Profit Stabilizer bull.

Scores 68

P Pen: 52b GRU

LCoC Mulitple Sire Stabilizer TES Stabilizer UX247 TES AM/SM PL030

37

YW

$Ranch $26 28%

*** ** *** *** 3

Fall bred 2 yr old. Will be a stout mature female. Top 10% in 9 traits!

94

Act BW

MATH CAP1105T GRU STABILIZER WD307 GRU Stabilizer T245

C. Ease

Phenotype

MWT

Scores 78

P Pen: 52b GRU

Fall bred 2 yr old. AI confirmed to Prophet, the $76,000 Stabilizer bull.

Scores Act BW 88

P Pen: 52b GRU

TDL Stabilizer 4508R LCoC Stabilizer TU205 LCC STAB DAM J4015

A H

HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K LCoC Profitmaker L104X R K S PG460

*** ** **** *** ** 3

$9,645 7%

$Profit

GRU STABILIZER ZX070 Nt Reg 58B 43C

WW

$Ranch $30 17%

Fall bred 2 yr old. Top 7% $Profit and top 4% $Ranch.

92

02/28/12 BLK

Fall bred 2 yr old. AI confirmed to Prophet, the high $Profit Stabilizer bull.

GRU STABILIZER ZX533 Nt Reg 52B 45C

Nt Reg 56B 44C

LCOC LEGACY X065N GRU Stabilizer SU124 GRU Stabilizer K6242

Fall bred 2 yr old. Will raise very heavy calves!

90

GRU STABILIZER ZX044 HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Leachman Porterhouse L094W T M L Lady 60K 648 47M

C. Ease

Leachman Talisman X137T TES STABILIZER WX546 TES Stabilizer PX295 BW

Lots 82-94

Intake

43

YHT

0.42

*** *** *** *** ** 3.5 SCR

0.10

$Profit $8,529 16%

Remember: The Silent Auction on Lots 65-94 will end at 2pm MDT

Fall bred 2 yr old. Low BW with nice growth and milk.

(970) 568-3983

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“We rolled the whole cow herd to 100% high $Profit, Leachman sired females! We studied the ranch and feed lot data. Our first calf crop beat the year prior by 93 pounds as yearlings off the ranch. They gained more on feed. They finished 50 pounds heavier and were harvested 30 days earlier. The daughters fit our maternal goals perfectly. First, we switched out all of our bulls to high $Profit Leachman bulls. Then, we made a business decision to rapidly replace our foundation herd with daughters of the Leachman bulls. We are convinced that those females will make us more money. We couldn’t be happier with the results.”

~ Trace Walker Gary Backhus, Manager and Trace Walker are proud of their gentle, hybrid, phenotypic look-a-like cowherd.

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Businessman & Rancher WW Ranch, Brookville, KS

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WW Ranch Strategic Plan: •

Optimize the use of their ranch resources with cows.

Build a highly efficient, no grief herd.

Harness hybrid vigor in the females.

Reproduce at high levels with minimal levels of strategic supplementation.

Graze cows 365 days of the year.

Make calves that work in the feedlot and on the rail.

All of the Walker replacement heifers are AI’d to Trinity.

Cattle in sync with their environment. (970) 568-3983

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Red Angus Bulls

It has been a long trail… and a great ride! Our Red Angus roots are deep and we remain committed to the success of the breed. Today, our goal is simple:

Propagate the most profitable Red Angus anywhere! Lee Leachman with Kevin Unger, Decatur County Feed Yard, where LCoC's progeny test cattle are evaluated.

Two traits are critical to making Red Angus the best they can be: 1)

Average marbling is not good enough – the new target is to get 70% of the cattle into the upper 2/3’s of choice and prime grades.

• • •

2)

Low choice is only 62% acceptable to consumers. Premiums for upper 2/3’s of choice and prime are higher than ever. The new Red Angus grid makes high marbling cattle the clear target.

Feed efficiency is a major profit driver – Red Angus are better than average on feed efficiency, but the new target is to AVERAGE 5 to 1 feed conversion in the feedlot.

• • •

Selection for average daily gain will not find the most efficient bulls. We must measure feed intake to compare cost vs. output. The trait is 40% heritable insuring that calves out of top sires will perform.

Circa 2003, Montana

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To find the best, we have re-doubled our efforts. • We expanded our $Profit database to over 96,000 Red Angus by adding data from the following herds: R. A. Brown, Holden, Hueftle, Ludvigson, and Schuler • We identified outcross genetics by utilizing Paringa Iron Ore, the high marbling outcross from Australia and by flushing Zara TG004, our high $Profit, red carrier daughter of Protégé

Lot 110 Leachman Promise A284Z

Reg #1652362

Earned a $11,416 on $Profit – ranking in the top 1% of Red Angus bulls. Promise ranks in the breeds top 1% for marbling and ribeye area. He is proven low feed intake and efficient. His stout Red Angus numbers read: CED 7

BW -2.3

WW 66

YW Milk 109 27

ME HPG -7 11

CEM STY MARB REA 5 10 .98 .68

He sells along with two full sibs Potential A283Z and Pledge A282Z (Reg #’s 1652360 and 1652361). Both sibs scored even higher on $Profit. This flush is one of the unique opportunities in the history of the Red Angus breed

• We bought the highest $Profit sires we could find: LSF Nextpectation 0083X, Holden Lead Time, LSF Prospect and LSF Forecast, LSF RAB Major Profit Y7090, HXC Cannon Ball 2200Z • We have actively engaged in progeny testing for feed efficiency and carcass data. Every 2014 Red Angus sale bull was evaluated for feed intake. We are actively seeking AI test herds to validate our predicted feed efficiency and carcass merit.

Ankonian Dynamo (red carrier) Sayre Patriot Scotch Cap G D A R Traveler 044 Bon View New Design 1407 LD Redirect 11 GAR-EGL Protégé

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$Profit! Marbling!

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Feed Efficiency! Calving Ease! Lot 116 Leachman Vision A278Z (Reg #1627031) combines Mission Statement and the famed Vacila cow family. He earned a -.40 (top 3%) Feed:Gain EPD. He is a high gaining, huge capacity, high converter – plus he is -5.1 on Birth EPD.

Lot 112

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Left: Leachman Goodfella G242Z (Reg #1627026) is a DeNiro x Jewel Maker. With a -6.4 BW, uge ribeye area, awesome feed efficiency, and a top 1% $Profit – he may replace his sire!

Lot 124 A114A, Nextpectation x P707.

A087Z, an $11,090 coming two year old!

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Red Angus Referance Sires

Lots 101-171

BECKTON EPIC R397 K 1042135

03/19/05

100AR

RED

P

Scores

Pen:

B

Birth Wt.

BECKTON EPIC D404 BECKTON EPIC F075 BECKTON BELGA D483 KR

Growth

BW

-2

WW

-0.2

72

YW

120

Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.67

0.24

$Ranch

42

0.49

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

0.09

$Feeder

20%

Phenotype

MILK

17

53

HPG

-2

1254

CEM

15

0.03

7

98

$Profit

71%

01/14/10

100AR

RED

P

Scores Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

GLACIER CHATEAU 744 GMRA LAKOTA 625 BW

9

WW

-4.6

70

YW

116

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.81

-0.02

$Ranch

32

0.63

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

2%

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

17

52

HPG

-1

1212

CEM

12

0.3

10

62

$Profit

2%

1371233

03/26/10

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

16

-7.6

40

YW

72

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.45

-0.21

$Ranch

0.2%

2

0.59

Scores

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

24

$Feeder

0

43

1147 33%

SCR

0.51

Birth Wt.

SCHULER SILVER BULLET 4604P SRN TYRA 7155 WPRA HR TYRA 002 WW

STAY

17

0.2%

Pen:

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Romero A007T LORENZEN ABIGAL R5125

BW

***** *** **** *** *****

0.29

LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X

CED

SCR

1.17

52%

Pen:

B

MESSMER JOSHUA 019P MESSMER PACKER S008 MESSMER MILLIE 124P

CED

STAY

14

0.35

GMRA TRILOGY 0226 1367533

*** *** ** ****

Maternal

BECKTON JULIAN GG B571 BECKTON KIT F468 JL BECKTON KIT A517 NP CED

78

C. Ease

HPG

-1

CEM

8

-0.3

-71

67 ***** * ***** ** **** 3 STAY

8

12

-0.45

$Profit

SCR

0.64

3%

798 AWW, 14.8 REA. Top 3% F:G. We will use this bull.

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Red Angus Referance Sires LSF BOXED BEEF 9063W 1305669

01/21/09

100AR

RED

B

P

Pen:

LCC

OSF

Scores Birth Wt.

MESSMER JOSHUA 019P MESSMER PACKER S008 MESSMER MILLIE 124P

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCHMN ENTERPRISE 1370H LSF LARKABA 59J R5195 CV 6384 LARKABA 59J CED

3

BW

WW

-2.3

77

YW

117

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.93

-0.07

$Ranch

35

0.7

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

11

0.02

$Feeder

2%

Lots 101-171

49

HPG

5

1220

CEM

11

-0.47

01/23/10

100AR

RED

P

B

Pen:

LUD

3

WW

-3

62

YW

97

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

1.08

-0.03

$Ranch

23

0.5

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

23

0.03

$Feeder

14%

54

HPG

2

1231

CEM

11

-0.34

2

-58

0.41

$Profit

0.1%

PARINGA IRON ORE E27 1562199

08/03/09

100AR

RED

B

6

-2.6

WW

53

YW

86

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

1.26

-0.15

$Ranch

18

20%

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0.62

MILK

TMAT

FAT

MWT

23

-0.01

$Feeder

*** *** ***** ***** STAY

12

SCR

0.52

0.1%

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

TE MANIA YORKSHIRE Y437 STORTH OAKS LOWAN C1(TW) TE MANIA LOWAN V130 BW

85

Scores

Pen:

TE MANIA XAMINED X60 TE MANIA ADA A149 TE MANIA JAPARA U338

CED

Scores

C. Ease

LCC NEW CHAPTER A705L LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129 LSF CRYSTAL G1382 LA394 BW

0.4

Birth Wt.

LCHMN ENTERPRISE 1370H LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF SWEETNESS J1358 P4085

CED

SCR

0.3%

LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X 1368762

10

0.45

$Profit

3%

STAY

8

-72

81 *** **** **** *** **** ****

49

1230 45%

Phenotype Disposition

ME

HPG

-16

10

CEM

8

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

-0.71

-22

$Profit

0.46

** *** ** **** STAY

4

SCR

-0.59

29%

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Red Angus Bulls

Lots 101-171

Lot 101

101

LCOC TRILOGY A057Z 1586837

04/25/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 GMRA TRILOGY 0226 GMRA LAKOTA 625

BW

6

-2.4

WW

69

YW

113

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.65

0.01

$Ranch

34

0.3

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0

$Feeder

25%

Phenotype

53

1238

HPG

3

CEM

11

0.1

7

136

13

SCR

0.68

$Profit

2%

STAY

0.6

Top 10% growth, 12% Marb, 20% REA. Dam has had four top sons in a row. Herdbull!

103

1586876

05/20/12

N

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

BW

-2.8

WW

57

YW

91

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.81

-0.01

$Ranch

A

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

CED

7

BW

WW

-3.9

59

YW

90

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.7

-0.04

8%

17

0.28

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

20

0.01

$Feeder

50

1218 14%

HPG

1

12

-0.11

43

$Profit

CEM

4

68 *** *** *** ** ***** 3.5 STAY

15

SCR

0.26

0.51 5%

Calving ease type herd bull. Moderate framed. Top 8% Marb. Top 5% $Profit.

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCoC Hemmi A067T Turner Betts 945-WA005 TURNER BETTS 7100 4

05/04/12

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A097Z

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

CED

1586856

LARSON ADMIRAL 553 TURNER BETTY UA030-816 TURNER BETTY 999

$Ranch

2%

LCOC TRILOGY A077Z

MESSMER PACKER S008 GMRA TRILOGY 0226 GMRA LAKOTA 625

*** **** *** *** **** 3

Maternal

MILK

19

76

C. Ease

LARSON ADMIRAL 553 TURNER PUMPKIN UA035 TURNER PUMPKIN 4002 CED

102

Scores

Pen: 5

15%

20

0.3

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

20

0.02

$Feeder

49

1239 0.5%

HPG

4

10

-0.29

-92

$Profit

CEM

2

75 *** *** *** **** **** 4 STAY

12

0.52

SCR

0.63

0.2%

Lot 103

#7 $Profit & #6 $Feeder Red Angus. Top 3.0% F:G. Deep, quiet, & moderate.

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Red Angus Bulls

104

Lots 101-171

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A087Z 1586866

05/08/12

N

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

BW

8

WW

-5

47

YW

73

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.78

-0.08

$Ranch

6

0.43

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.03

$Feeder

1%

Phenotype

MILK

21

44

1183

*** ** **** *** **** 3

Maternal

LCOC ALL MINE A088R TURNER SUNSET 7032 TURNER SUNSET 2031 CED

58

C. Ease

HPG

0

CEM

11

-0.33

-69

12

SCR

0.12

$Profit

1%

STAY

1

0.41

Lot 104

0.1%

#4 $Profit, #4 $Ranch, & #10 $Feeder. Top 1.2% F:G. Top 5% Marb & 9% REA.

105

LCOC NEXTPECTATION B007Z 1586898

05/04/12

N

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

Growth

BW

0

WW

0.6

69

YW

111

Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.75

0.04

$Ranch

37

0.27

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

$Feeder

56%

Phenotype

MILK

20

55

1250

HPG

6

CEM

8

-0.53

STAY

2

-24

13

SCR

0.35

$Profit

1%

*** ** *** **** 3.5

Maternal

BIEBER MAKIN HAY 9913 TURNER ACORN UD055-853 TURNER ABSAROKA 6026-PD076 CED

90

C. Ease

-0.03 3%

Lot 105

#9 $Feeder & #8 F:G & #7 YW Red Angus. Very low intake. Soggy.

106

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A065Z 1586845

04/30/12

N

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCOC ALL MINE A088R TURNER PUNKIN 7077 TURNER PUMPKIN 4002 CED

7

BW

WW

-4.3

48

YW

77

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.75

-0.04

$Ranch

10

3%

0.35

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

25

0.03

$Feeder

49

1201 4%

HPG

2

10

-0.16

-26

$Profit

CEM

4

0.2

65 **** ** **** *** *** 3 STAY

10

SCR

0.14

0.7%

Lot 106

Top 15% on marbling and ribeye area. Very low intake. Moderate framed.

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Red Angus Bulls

107

Lots 101-171

LCOC JULIAN A105Z 1586884

05/28/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt.

LORENZEN JULIAN 3811 TLS Julian 8810 TASSEL RUBY 124G

BW

6

WW

-2.7

50

YW

87

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.47

0.01

$Ranch

18

0.18

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

48

0.01

HPG

0

1220

$Feeder

2%

Phenotype

MILK

23

*** *** **** *** *** 3

Maternal

LCOC ALL MINE A088R TURNER LASSIE 7074 TURNER LASSIE 1034 CED

72

C. Ease

CEM

9

-0.09

-14

10

SCR

0.49

$Profit

8%

STAY

4

0.66

Lot 107

0.9%

#7 $Ranch Red Angus. 691 AWW. 111 YR. Eats less. Moderate framed. Huge capacity.

108

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A069Z 1588790

05/01/12

N

P

100AR

RED

B

TRN

Scores

Pen: 5

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

Growth

BW

5

WW

-1.4

66

YW

109

Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.68

0.01

$Ranch

32

0.32

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

54

0.01

1215

$Feeder

18%

Phenotype

MILK

21

** *** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

LARSON ADMIRAL 553 TURN8 UD049 TURNER ABSAROKA 2076 CED

74

C. Ease

HPG

6

CEM

9

-0.1

-48

11

SCR

0.31

$Profit

6%

STAY

5

-0.29

Lot 108

3%

Big spread. Top 9% YW. Top 10% Marbling. Top 18% REA. Very low intake.

109

LEACHMAN POTENTIAL A283Z 1652361

10/16/12

E

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 6

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Zara TG004 LCOC ZARA PG076 CED

7

BW

WW

-2.3

66

YW

109

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

1

-0.08

$Ranch

8%

32

0.74

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

27

0.01

$Feeder

60

1228 0.1%

HPG

-7

11

-0.04

75

C. Ease

-22

$Profit

CEM

5

0.64

** *** ***** **** 4 STAY

10

SCR

0.02

0.1%

Lot 109

#2 $Profit, #1 $Feeder & #4 Marbling Red Angus. Low intake. Herdbull.

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Red Angus Bulls

110

Lots 101-171

LEACHMAN PROMISE A284Z 1652362

10/18/12

E

P

Pen: 6

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

7

BW

-2.3

WW

66

YW

109

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.98

-0.07

$Ranch

32

0.68

Disposition TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

60

0.01

$Feeder

15%

Phenotype

MILK

27

1245

HPG

-7

CEM

11

-0.16

3

*** *** **** **** 3 STAY

5

10

SCR

0.74

$Profit

0.1%

78

C. Ease

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Zara TG004 LCOC ZARA PG076 CED

Scores

0.85

Lot 110

0.1%

#3 $Profit, #4 $Feeder, & #7 Marbling Red Angus. Eats less. Herdbull.

111

LEACHMAN PLEDGE A282Z 1652360

10/06/12

E

P

Pen: 6

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Zara TG004 LCOC ZARA PG076 CED

7

BW

-2.3

WW

66

YW

109

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

1.01

-0.06

$Ranch

32

0.68

Disposition TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

$Feeder

0.3%

Phenotype

MILK

27

60

1201

112

Scores

HPG

-7

CEM

11

-0.29

SCR

0.23

$Profit

0.1%

10

0.19

#1 $Profit, #1 $Ranch, #2 $Feeder, #3 Marbling, & #10 YW. Top 3.0% F:G. Herdbull!

113

LCOC DENIRO A241Z 1627025

09/25/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BECKTON JULIAN GG B571 BOLA JULIAN FLOWER P111 RABS MS FLOWER H7523 14

BW

-6.5

WW

43

YW

73

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.54

-0.12

$Ranch

0.4%

5

0.5

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

17

0.01

$Feeder

39

1153 53%

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 6

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

CED

BW

13

-6.4

WW

52

YW

89

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.48

-0.16

14

0.5%

0.69

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

$Feeder

0

42

1173 17%

HPG

5

10

-0.39

-49

$Profit

CEM

72 **** ** ***** ** **** 3 STAY

5

12

SCR

-0.17

1.05

2%

#3 $Ranch Red Angus. Top 0.2% F:G. Top 1% REA. Moderate & Eats less. Heifer bull.

Scores

Pen: 6

LCoC Romero A007T LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X SRN TYRA 7155

CED

09/25/12

LCB JEWEL MAKER N155 MONTVUE N155 CHERI R050 (RA134) MATH CHERI N8969

$Ranch

0.1%

1627026

LCoC Romero A007T LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X SRN TYRA 7155

***** ** ***** ***** *** 3 STAY

5

-117

48

LEACHMAN GOODFELLA A242Z

HPG

-1

10

-0.19

4

$Profit

CEM

78 ***** * ***** ** *** 3 STAY

8

14

-0.42

SCR

0.89

9%

Lot 113

#2 $Ranch Red Angus. Top 6% REA. Low Mat Wt. Eats less. Deluxe heifer bull.

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Lots 101-171

1627033

10/21/12

E

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 6

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

BW

3

-1.9

WW

57

YW

88

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.78

0

$Ranch

20

0.42

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

48%

Phenotype

48

1244

HPG

4

CEM

11

-0.4

1

57

15

SCR

0.34

$Profit

4%

STAY

1.02

1627031

10/15/12

E

P

Pen: 7

100AR

RED

B

WIS

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BJR MAKE MY DAY 981 BROWN MS VICILA M7796 RABS MS VICILA H7553 CED

BW

9

-5.1

WW

52

YW

94

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.57

-0.16

$Ranch

19

0.7

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

19

-0.01

$Feeder

14%

Phenotype

45

1198

HPG

9

CEM

10

-0.41

4

46

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 6

Birth Wt.

CED

12

BW

WW

-5.2

50

YW

88

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.71

0.1

16

0.05

Disposition

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

9%

Phenotype

TMAT

44

1204

**** ** *** ** *** 3.5

Maternal

MILK

19

80

C. Ease

HPG

2

CEM

9

0.08

9

37

SCR

0.27

$Profit

27%

STAY

13

1.12

11%

Moderate framed sure fire calving ease bull. P707 is a top 10 $Profit sire.

62 *** ** *** ** ***** 3 STAY

14

Lot 116

SCR

0

$Profit

22%

A

Scores Birth Wt.

LJC LANCER 806 LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 LJC HANNAH 106

09/15/12

$Ranch

6%

LEACHMAN VISION A278Z

1627027

SCHULER SILVER BULLET 4604P LCoC Lakota SA038 LCC LAKOTA LA007

Top 0.2% F:G. Top 5% Marb & 10% REA. 746 AWW. Firefly RA144 is our top donor!

116

LCOC NEBULA A243Z

BECKTON NEBULA M045 Beckton Nebula P P707 BECKTON LANA M809 EP

**** ** *** *** 4

Maternal

MILK

20

85

C. Ease

BROWN VACATION H7106 LCoC Firefly RA144 LCHMN FIREFLY J1118 CED

115

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A280Z

0.68 11%

High gainer and converter. Huge butted heifer bull. Dam is from Vicila tribe.

117

1627030

09/29/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 7

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

5

BW

-1.8

WW

64

YW

102

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.92

0.04

$Ranch

25%

28

0.34

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

22

0.02

$Feeder

54

1245 0.1%

HPG

4

8

-0.09

90

C. Ease

HXC CONQUEST 4405P LC0C Princess XA024 LCoC Princess RA149 CED

118

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A247Z

-11

$Profit

CEM

3

0.61

13

SCR

0.4

0.1%

#5 $Profit, #5 $Feeder & #10 Marbling Red Angus. Eats less. Famed Princess cow line.

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1627034

10/15/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 7

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

*** *** **** *** 4 STAY

LCOC NEXTPECTATION B036Z

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

HXC HEMI 4400P LCoC Rollanda UD036 LCoC Rollanda SD055 CED

5

BW

-1.7

WW

64

YW

102

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.78

0.12

$Ranch

17%

28

0.19

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

0.03

$Feeder

48

1249 0.7%

HPG

5

11

-0.86

96

C. Ease

-165

$Profit

CEM

5

0.55

*** *** *** *** 3 STAY

11

SCR

0.37

0.4%

#9 $Profit, #8 $Feeder, & #1 F:G Red Angus. Very low intake. Moderate framed.

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Lots 101-171

1627029

10/21/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Scores

Pen: 7

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

5

BW

WW

-3.8

57

YW

87

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.79

0.04

$Ranch

16

0.31

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.03

$Feeder

4%

Phenotype

48

1217

HPG

2

CEM

10

-0.11

2

-118

13

SCR

0.43

$Profit

3%

STAY

0.17

10/12/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

CED

5

BW

-2.4

WW

70

YW

Growth Feed/Carc

106

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.8

0.07

$Ranch

29

0.27

Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

19

0.02

$Feeder

35%

Phenotype

TMAT

54

1246

HPG

1

CEM

11

0.1

59

13

SCR

0.6

$Profit

4%

STAY

3

1.05

LCOC IRON ORE A115A 1650108

02/27/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

5

WW

0.6

66

YW

98

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.89

0.04

$Ranch

29

13%

0.17

Phenotype Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.01

$Feeder

54

1249 2%

HPG

-4

10

-0.56

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

WW

-1.9

57

YW

88

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.88

0.01

20

0.39

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

66%

Phenotype

MILK

20

48

1245

HPG

4

CEM

11

-0.58

69

**** * *** *** 3 STAY

1

15

SCR

0.46

$Profit

0.6%

80

C. Ease

0.23 2%

LCOC HIGH NOON A213Z 1749603

08/08/12

A

P

100AR

RED

B

GIL

Scores

Pen: 7

Birth Wt.

LCC MAJOR LEAGUE A502M STALBURN RUSTY 4R Stalburn Lark 20M

C. Ease Growth Maternal

RED TAYSIDE CANYON 802U GIL Red Tayside XA019 RED TAYSIDE LOGAN'S DYNA 317N CED

BW

WW

-1.7

56

YW

82

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.52

16

2%

0.11

Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

19

$Feeder

1235 20%

HPG

11

0.01

-59

$Profit

CEM

64 **** ** **** ** **** 4 STAY

10

SCR

0.48

-0.08 3%

86

C. Ease

MILK

21

RED

#6 $Ranch Red Angus. 724 AWW. Very low intake. Laidback. Very long.

Birth Wt.

MATH CAP1105T MATH CAPSTONE XA156 MATH FERRY P1210 BW

100AR

Scores

Pen: 7

Scores

Pen: 8

TE MANIA ADA A149 PARINGA IRON ORE E27 STORTH OAKS LOWAN C1(TW)

CED

3

$Ranch

4%

#7 WW Red Angus. 132 WR. 115 YR. Dam has 106.4 MPPA. Gentle. Deep.

123

P

BW

*** ** *** *** 4

Maternal

MILK

CED

92

C. Ease

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Minola SA034 LCOC MINOLA PA025

E

BROWN VACATION H7106 LCoC Firefly RA144 LCHMN FIREFLY J1118

122

Scores

Pen: 7

10/27/12

#7 $Feeder & #5 F:G Red Angus. Top 3% Marb & 12% REA. Dam is our top donor.

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A244Z 1627028

1627032

$Ranch

0.5%

A quiet heifer bull. Top 5% marbling. Top 20% ribeye. Very low intake.

121

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A279Z

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

** *** *** *** 4

Maternal

MILK

20

80

C. Ease

LCOC MAXIMA A204P LCoC Eisa WA064 LCB EISA R1203 CED

120

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A246Z

-39

$Profit

CEM

4

0.55

*** *** *** ***** 3 STAY

6

SCR

0.72

0.9%

Lot 123

Top 1% $Profit. #7 F:G. 804 AWW. Big bull with a big butt. Eats less. Herdbull potential.

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Lots 101-171

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A114A 1650141

02/26/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

Scores

Pen: 8

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Beckton Nebula P P707 MATH NEB YA178 MATH TRES P1244 CED

5

BW

-1.7

WW

64

YW

101

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.88

0.08

$Ranch

27

0.24

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

41%

Phenotype

MILK

21

53

HPG

1

1244

CEM

11

-0.28

16

*** ** **** *** 3.5 STAY

4

11

Lot 124

SCR

0.4

$Profit

0.1%

80

C. Ease

1.14

0.2%

#6 $Profit & #3 $Feeder. Top 3.7% F:G. 743 AWW. 41.2 Scrotal. Top 3% Marb.

125

LCOC DENIRO A110A 1650115

02/21/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

Birth Wt.

LCoC Romero A007T LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X SRN TYRA 7155

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

VGW BASES LOADED 905 MATH LOADED YA123 HXC 514R CED

9

BW

-2.1

WW

62

YW

101

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.41

-0.05

$Ranch

15%

28

0.5

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

22

$Feeder

0

53

1221 3%

126

Scores

Pen: 8

HPG

0

9

-0.44

12

$Profit

CEM

5

80

12

SCR

0.17

0.85 1%

Top 0.1% F:G & 6% REA. 794 AWW. 110 WR. 1346 AYW. 113 YR. 40.5 Scr. Big butt.

1653807

03/01/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 8

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 LARSON ELIZABETH 651-111

*** *** *** *** **** 3.8 STAY

LCOC THUNDERBIRD A071A

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

PIE GRIDMASTER 589 SMR COUNTESS LORENZEN S6088 CED

BW

0

WW

0.7

79

YW

114

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.54

0.12

$Ranch

38

0.36

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

0.03

$Feeder

2%

Phenotype

MILK

13

53

1240

HPG

3

CEM

10

-0.07

-43

12

SCR

0.49

1.35

0.9%

#9 $Ranch & #1 WW & #4 YW Red Angus. 805 AWW. 108 YR. Low intake. 41.8 Scr.

127

LCOC NEXTPECTATION A068A 1653799

02/07/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 8

Birth Wt.

LSF JBOB EXPECTATION 6034S LSF NEXTPECTATION 0083X LSF CRYSTAL LA394 T7129

CED

4

BW

-0.1

WW

56

YW

80

Growth

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.7

$Ranch

0

18

22%

0.33

Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

$Feeder

** *** *** *** 3

Maternal

MILK

17

88

C. Ease

DUNN GRAVITAS DUNN RUBY 0608 DUNN 0414

Lot 125

**** **** *** *** 4 STAY

5

$Profit

7%

87

C. Ease

45

1224 2%

HPG

2

10

-0.36

-61

CEM

5

STAY

10

SCR

0.33

$Profit

0.33 1%

Top 0.6% F:G. Top 8% Marb and 17% REA. Very low intake.

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Lots 101-171

LCOC BOXED BEEF A004A 1632297

02/18/13

A

P

Pen: 8

91AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LSF Boxed Beef 9063W LSF LARKABA 59J R5195

C. Ease Growth Maternal

LCB JEWEL MAKER N155 LCoC Miss Reba TA040 BROWN MS MAJOR LEAGUE P6914 CED

5

BW

WW

-4.6

67

YW

105

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.8

-0.07

$Ranch

26

0.61

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

$Feeder

2%

Feed/Carc Phenotype

MILK

14

47

1228

129

Scores

HPG

7

CEM

11

-0.2

SCR

0.73

$Profit

3%

13

0.36

1650065

03/08/13

N

P

Pen: 8

91AR

RED

B

PRM

MESSMER PACKER S008 LSF Boxed Beef 9063W LSF LARKABA 59J R5195

3

BW

WW

-0.4

62

YW

92

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.88

0.07

$Ranch

24

0.33

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.03

$Feeder

3%

Phenotype

MILK

19

50

1220

85

C. Ease

BASIN TREND SETTER 6074 LARSON WINDRIVER 821-412 LARSON WIND RIVER 412-875 CED

Scores

Birth Wt.

HPG

6

CEM

11

-0.26

-107

11

SCR

0.36

$Profit

8%

** **** *** *** 3.5 STAY

6

0.03 1%

Top 5.5% F:G. 712 AWW. Top 3% Marb. Very low intake.

131

CED

03/15/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 8

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 LARSON ELIZABETH 651-111

3

Growth

0.6

Feed/Carc

McPhee Pacific Pride JST PRIDES GIRL 9310 JST DINA R5018 CED

BW

-2

WW

1.3

75

YW

115

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.67

0.18

$Ranch

40

53%

0.11

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

11

0.02

$Feeder

48

1265 2%

HPG

5

11

-0.32

-56

$Profit

CEM

3

STAY

12

SCR

0.39

0.58 4%

Top 1.5% F:G. #2 WW & #1 YW Red Angus. 716 AWW. Low intake. 39.3 Scr. Big bull.

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RED

B

SLC

WW

-1.1

66

YW

103

-0.01

30

0.49

Birth Wt. Growth Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

51

1220

*** *** *** ** 4

Maternal

TMAT

18

80

C. Ease

MILK

$Feeder

4%

Scores

Pen: 8

HPG

9

CEM

11

-0.26

-166

13

SCR

0.65

$Profit

4%

STAY

6

0.06

0.9%

Top 5.5% F:G. Top 7% REA. 106 WR. Very low intake. Quiet.

$Profit helps us keep focused on the traits that drive profit. For Red Angus, marbling and feed efficiency are the big drivers. That’s why Leachman Red Angus are breed leaders on these two traits.

LCOC THUNDERBIRD A070A 1653776

02/18/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 8

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 LARSON ELIZABETH 651-111

*** ** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

100AR

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

87

C. Ease

P

BW

132

LCOC THUNDERBIRD A079A 1653752

A

$Ranch

0.3%

LCOC BOXED BEEF B018A

01/29/13

LCC FIELD DAY A614N MF LAKINA 9149 JRA JAMES 3149

#8 $Profit & #10 $Ranch Red Angus. Top 25% F:G. Top 2% REA. 109 YR. Deep.

130

1581094

MESSMER PACKER S008 LSF Boxed Beef 9063W LSF LARKABA 59J R5195

***** ***** **** *** *** 3.5 STAY

6

30

62

LCOC BOXED BEEF A007A

2

BW

WW

-3.9

52

YW

82

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.63

0.11

$Ranch

14

8%

0.1

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

18

0.04

$Feeder

44

1217 18%

*** ** *** ** *** 3

Maternal

LCC CHEYENNE B221L JST PRIDE 4400 LORENZEN Z001-8066 CED

72

C. Ease

HPG

6

12

0.25

-37

$Profit

CEM

5

STAY

13

SCR

0.37

0.26 6%

A low intake, high marbling heifer bull. Also ranks in top 25% on HPG and Stay.

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Lots 101-171

LCOC HERITAGE A058A 1605348

03/22/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

SCHULER SILVER BULLET 4604P SRN ELEANOR 6199 LCC ELEANOR LA961 CED

12

BW

WW

-5.1

53

YW

85

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.69

0.02

$Ranch

13

0.17

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

$Feeder

4%

Phenotype

MILK

13

39

1209

134

Scores

Pen: 9

HPG

0

CEM

9

-0.47

SCR

0.32

$Profit

3%

14

0.27

LCOC HOBO A056A 1605398

03/19/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

5L HOBO DESIGN 273-7047 LOOSLI HOBO 1163 LOOSLI MIMI 629

CED

10

BW

-1.1

WW

67

YW

Growth Feed/Carc

101

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.71

-0.06

$Ranch

28

0.39

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

18

-0.02

$Feeder

13%

Phenotype

MILK

51

1228

HPG

1

CEM

10

-0.47

-106

14

SCR

0.23

$Profit

5%

STAY

6

14

LCOC ROMERO A013A 1581104

02/23/13

N

P

0.99

100AR

RED

B

SLC

Birth Wt.

LCoC Romero A007T LCOC Romero A051X SRN ELEANOR 7551

0.66

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

TKLB COCOA JAV 901 SLAC James YA203 MF CALI 9383 CED

2

BW

-1.2

WW

73

YW

114

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.54

-0.04

$Ranch

30%

36

0.36

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

13

-0.03

$Feeder

50

1262 5%

HPG

6

11

-0.18

64

$Profit

CEM

1

STAY

15

SCR

0.6

4%

WW

-4.7

52

-0.04

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

YW

86

15

0.46

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

17

43

0.02

$Feeder

3%

Phenotype

1198

HPG

-2

CEM

10

-0.68

19

SCR

0.15

$Profit

9%

73 ***** ** **** *** *** 3 STAY

5

-88

LCOC ROMERO A015A 1581098

03/10/13

N

P

0.08 2%

100AR

RED

B

SLC

Scores

Pen: 9

Birth Wt.

CED

BW

3

WW

0.9

65

YW

100

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.56

0.06

31

0.15

Disposition TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.01

$Feeder

38%

Phenotype

MILK

14

94

C. Ease

MF STERLING S172 MF CALI 9383 JRA JAMES 3383 46

1263

HPG

5

CEM

10

-0.46

14

SCR

0.29

$Profit

3%

STAY

3

50

**** ** *** *** 3.5

0.98 3%

Top 0.1% F:G. 110 YR. 108 IMFR, 109 REAR. 39.6 Scrotal. Deep.

138

Huge BW to YW spread. Top 25% F:G. #3 WW & #3 YW Red Angus. 103.2 MPPA.

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LCoC Romero A007T LCOC Romero A051X SRN ELEANOR 7551

LCOC ROMERO A016A 1581101

03/14/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

SLC

Scores

Pen: 9

Birth Wt.

LCoC Romero A007T LCOC Romero A051X SRN ELEANOR 7551

***** ** *** *** 3

0.41

B

Scores

Pen: 9

Efficient heifer bull. #3 F:G Red Angus. 731 AWW. Top 10% carcass. Very low intake.

74

C. Ease

RED

$Ranch

2%

Scores

Pen: 9

100AR

BW

#10 F:G Red Angus. Top 8% marb & 12% REA. Very low intake, growthy, heifer bull.

137

P

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

*** ** *** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 EEC ENYA Y47T SRN ELEANOR 7547

CED

78

C. Ease

N

MESSMER PACKER S008 DAMAR QUEEN BEE X027 SRN COPPERQUEEN O899

136

Scores

Pen: 9

02/13/13

$Ranch

0.4%

#10 $Profit & #9 F:G Red Angus. Low intake. Deep bodied heifer bull. Top 9% marb.

135

1605377

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

**** ** **** *** *** 3 STAY

7

-151

77

LCOC HERITAGE A038A

Growth

5

BW

-1.5

WW

62

YW

96

Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.47

0.11

$Ranch

12%

25

0.02

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

17

0.01

$Feeder

*** *** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

MATH CAP1105T MATH CAPSTONE XA155 MATH LEAGUE P1205 CED

82

C. Ease

48

1234 4%

HPG

6

9

-0.71

-166

$Profit

CEM

5

0.18

STAY

11

SCR

-0.71 1%

#2 F:G Red Angus. Very low intake. Build cows that eat less and steers that convert!

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LCOC LANCER A069A 1653771

02/08/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Birth Wt.

LORENZEN LANCER LANCER 6600B JST LANCER 1563 JST LARKABA

2

BW

WW

-1.1

64

YW

90

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.66

0.03

$Ranch

21

0.28

Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.02

45

1224

HPG

4

CEM

10

-0.01

4

-253

13

SCR

0.02

$Profit

18%

STAY

-0.11

LCOC ROMERO A014A 1581102

02/24/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

SLC

CED

CED

5

BW

-1.7

WW

69

YW

6

Growth

0.65

Feed/Carc

108

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.56

-0.02

$Ranch

32

0.31

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

17

-0.02

$Feeder

48%

Disposition ME

51

1255

HPG

7

CEM

11

-0.25

36

15

SCR

0.19

$Profit

14%

STAY

3

-0.75

LCOC HOBO A047A 1605396

02/20/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

9

-2.2

WW

67

YW

99

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.46

-0.03

$Ranch

25

24%

0.34

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

15

-0.01

$Feeder

48

1238 7%

HPG

0

13

-0.32

Birth Wt.

WW

56

YW

88

Growth

0.04

18

0.19

Feed/Carc Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

$Feeder

25%

Phenotype

TMAT

0.01

49

1235

*** ** *** *** 3

Maternal

MILK

21

87

C. Ease

HPG

1

CEM

11

-0.28

0

14

SCR

0.32

$Profit

9%

STAY

5

0.66 6%

LCOC HOBO A049A 1605399

02/25/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 9

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCoC Romero A007T EEC TYRA Y55T SRN TYRA 7155 CED

8

BW

WW

-4.4

54

YW

81

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.41

-0.11

12

2%

0.4

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

17

-0.01

$Feeder

44

1185 40%

0

0.2

HPG

11

-122

$Profit

CEM

5

0.06

67 *** * **** ** *** 3.5 STAY

15

SCR

-0.46 9%

#8 $Ranch Red Angus. Lowest 4.5% Mat Wt. Very low intake. Moderate framed.

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 EEC NELLIE Y18T SRN ELEANOR 7518 BW

MNB

Scores

Pen: 10

5L HOBO DESIGN 273-7047 LOOSLI HOBO 1163 LOOSLI MIMI 629

CED

B

-3.4

$Ranch

16%

Top 6.6% F:G. #9 WW Red Angus. 749 AWW. 107 WR. Gentle. Big butt.

143

RED

Scores

Pen: 9

5L HOBO DESIGN 273-7047 LOOSLI HOBO 1163 LOOSLI MIMI 629

*** ** ** *** 4

Phenotype

TMAT

100AR

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

74

Maternal

MILK

P

BW

142

C. Ease

TKLB COCOA JAV 901 SLAC LAKINA YA199 MF LAKINA 9149

N

Top 3.7% F:G. Top 12% marbling. Daughters that eat less and stay in the herd.

Birth Wt.

LCoC Romero A007T LCOC Romero A051X SRN ELEANOR 7551

02/22/13

$Ranch

2%

Scores

Pen: 9

1598261

BASIN SALUTE 5863 BASIN PRIMROSE 7233 BASIN PRIMROSE 2043

#5 $Ranch Red Angus. Top 11% marbling. Top 20% Stay. Very low intake.

141

LCOC NEBULA A019A

Beckton Nebula P P707 LCoC Nebula A213Y MATH W8975

** **** ** *** 3

Phenotype

TMAT

$Feeder

1%

Growth Maternal

MILK

13

82

C. Ease

Feed/Carc

LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 JST ROSE 1522 TJS ROSE K004 CED

140

Scores

Pen: 9

-27

$Profit

CEM

6

81 *** *** *** *** **** 4.5 STAY

13

SCR

0.48

0.87 5%

Lot 143

Top 1.5% F:G. 735 AWW. 107 WR. 126 IMFR. Low intake. Very quiet. Big butt.

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Lots 101-171

LCOC EPIC A005A 1581111

01/13/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

SLC

Birth Wt.

BECKTON EPIC F075 BECKTON EPIC R397 K BECKTON KIT F468 JL

BW

3

WW

-1.1

70

YW

114

Growth Maternal

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.68

0.19

$Ranch

36

0.31

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

0.06

$Feeder

21%

Feed/Carc Phenotype

MILK

18

53

1250

81

C. Ease

Beckton Nebula P P707 BROWN MS P707 Y7768 BROWN MS MAJOR LEAGUE W7515 CED

145

Scores

Pen: 10

HPG

0

CEM

13

-0.07

6

59

SCR

0.34

$Profit

22%

16

0.95

At Leachman’s we not only print three profit indexes: $Ranch, $Feeder, and $Profit. We also run EPD’s for the following important traits: • MWT: mature weight. Predicts the relative weight of daughters of the bull. • F/G: feed to gain ratio. Predicts feedlot conversion. Lower (negative) means more efficient. • Intake: feed intake. Predicts the daily dry matter intake over 100 days. Lower means they eat less. • YH: yearling height. Predicts the height of offspring at yearling age. • SCR: scrotal. Predicts the yearling scrotal measurement of bull offspring which also drives daughter puberty. LCOC ROMERO A057A 1605415

03/22/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

CED

8

BW

WW

-3.8

54

YW

Growth Feed/Carc

87

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.48

$Ranch

0.23

6%

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

29

0.06

$Feeder

1225 23%

HPG

4

10

-0.22

-31

$Profit

CEM

STAY

10

SCR

0.45

0.29 7%

Top 25% F:G. 745 AWW. 109 WR. 108 YR. 118 IMFR. Very low intake. Frame 6.5+.

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P

91AR

RED

B

PRM

BW

WW

-1.8

71

YW

104

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.78

Pen: 10

0.01

29

0.4

Birth Wt. Growth Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

*** *** *** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

TMAT

12

78

C. Ease

MILK

$Feeder

15%

Scores

47

HPG

6

1224

CEM

10

-0.16

-36

10

SCR

0.16

$Profit

8%

STAY

4

-0.43 4%

Top 5% marbling & top 11% REA. #5 WW Red Angus. 725 AWW. Very low intake.

146

LCOC DENIRO A121A 1650081

03/03/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

Scores

Pen: 10

Birth Wt.

LCoC Romero A007T LEACHMAN DENIRO A090X SRN TYRA 7155

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

5L NORSEMAN KING 2291 MATH QUEEN W1943 MATH TRES N8958 CED

10

BW

WW

-1.6

48

YW

75

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.43

-0.19

$Ranch

13

0.62

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

22

-0.02

$Feeder

17%

Phenotype

45

1187

HPG

-2

CEM

8

-0.12

4

34

-0.08

$Profit

26%

85 *** ** *** ** *** 3.5 STAY

10

SCR

2.28

14%

Top 0.1% REA. 731 AWW. Lowest 5.2% Mat Wt. 43.4 Scrotal. Deep. 102.7 MPPA.

LCOC ROMERO A050A 1605411

02/27/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 10

Birth Wt.

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Romero A007T LORENZEN ABIGAL R5125

*** ** *** ** *** 3.5

Maternal

LCHMN GRANDCANYON 1244G SRN COPPERQUEEN O004 ET FORSTER COPPRQUEEN 7166

CED

82

C. Ease

N

GEFB SUPER CAPACITY 2732 MATH CAPACITY W1961 MATH DAY R1533

148

Scores

Pen: 10

03/03/13

$Ranch

13%

#8 WW & #2 YW Red Angus. Top 10% marbling. Top 19% REA. Kind disposition.

147

1650091

MESSMER PACKER S008 LSF Boxed Beef 9063W LSF LARKABA 59J R5195

*** *** ** **** 4 STAY

LCOC BOXED BEEF B015A

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

HOLDEN HI HO 574 BJR LASS 007 BJR TJ LASS 091-096 CED

9

BW

WW

-0.8

69

YW

105

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.34

0.11

$Ranch

31

5%

0.37

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

18

0.04

$Feeder

52

1195 31%

HPG

3

10

0.08

50

$Profit

CEM

7

-0.1

80 *** ** *** ** *** 3.5 STAY

14

SCR

0.06

10%

Top 9% WW, 13% YW, & 13% REA. 734 AWW. 110 IMFR. Lowest 9.2% Mat Wt.

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LCOC HOBO A048A 1605395

02/24/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

5L HOBO DESIGN 273-7047 LOOSLI HOBO 1163 LOOSLI MIMI 629

9

BW

-1.8

WW

61

YW

86

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.5

-0.07

$Ranch

18

0.37

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.01

$Feeder

10%

Phenotype

48

1225

HPG

0

CEM

11

0.7

3

-75

16

SCR

0.42

$Profit

37%

STAY

-0.07

LCOC MISSION B002A 1632302

02/17/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

CED

LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 HOLDEN LEAD TIME 120 HOLDEN DOROTHY 610

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

HXC CONQUEST 4405P LCoC Absaroka XD513 LCoC Absaroka SD048 CED

8

BW

-2.2

WW

68

YW

109

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.67

-0.07

$Ranch

32

0.56

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

18

-0.01

$Feeder

22%

Phenotype

52

1197

HPG

4

CEM

9

4

0.05

161

$Profit

52%

15

SCR

1.58

0.34

LCOC SAMURAI A022A 1605392

01/28/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 EEC EOLA Y57T SRN EOLA 7057 8

BW

-3.5

WW

65

YW

108

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.97

0.14

$Ranch

29

44%

0.04

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

23

0.02

$Feeder

55

1247 3%

HPG

5

9

0.05

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 10

Birth Wt.

WW

68

YW

101

Growth Feed/Carc

28

0.22

Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.04

$Feeder

64%

Phenotype

TMAT

49

1243

*** *** * ** *** 3.5

Maternal

MILK

15

76

C. Ease

HPG

-1

CEM

16

0.08

4

55

SCR

0.46

$Profit

22%

STAY

14

1.66

31%

745 AWW. 109 WR. 106 YR. 40.4 Scrotal. 103.6 MPPA. Top 1% on HPG.

LCOC MISSION A010A 1581107

01/31/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

SLC

Scores

Pen: 10

Birth Wt.

LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 HOLDEN LEAD TIME 120 HOLDEN DOROTHY 610

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

TKLB COCOA JAV 901 SLAC Queen YA206 MF QUEEN 9216 CED

BW

5

-2.5

WW

67

YW

104

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.51

-0.08

28

28%

0.42

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

-0.03

$Feeder

49

1211 66%

HPG

6

11

0.04

124

$Profit

CEM

3

0.17

70 *** ** ** ** *** 3.5 STAY

14

SCR

1.14

53%

Top 15% on WW and YW. 748 AWW. Top 10% REA. A high growth heifer bull.

Scores

Pen: 11

LCC CHEYENNE B221L ROUSE SAMURAI X22 GHR MARITA R31

CED

RED

-0.06

$Ranch

36%

Big spread from BW to YW. Top 10% Marb. Top 3% REA. Lowest 10.5% Mat Wt.

153

100AR

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

82

0.19

P

-0.8

*** ** *** ** **** 3 STAY

2

N

BW

152

Birth Wt.

02/17/13

$Ranch

17%

Scores

Pen: 10

1605404

MESSMER PACKER S008 EEC GOLDIE Y49W DAMAR LASHONDA W049

Very low intake. Top 3% Stayability. Top 13% REA. Calm, deep sided, heifer bull.

151

LCOC HOBO A044A

5L HOBO DESIGN 273-7047 LOOSLI HOBO 1163 LOOSLI MIMI 629

*** ** *** ** *** 4

Maternal

MILK

18

76

C. Ease

LCoC Romero A007T EEC ADELAIDE Y43T SRN HI DEE 7543 CED

150

Scores

Pen: 10

32

$Profit

CEM

8

0.08

76 *** *** ** *** **** 3.5 STAY

12

SCR

-1.04 4%

Lot 153

Top 15% for BW, WW, and YW. #8 Marbling Red Angus. 725 AWW. Heifer bull.

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LCOC IRON ORE A109A 1650143

02/18/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

Scores

Pen: 11

Birth Wt.

TE MANIA ADA A149 PARINGA IRON ORE E27 STORTH OAKS LOWAN C1(TW)

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

TE MANIA RED LABEL Z1023 LCoC JOLENE YA189 BROWN C-BAR JOLENE S606 CED

BW

4

WW

-1

67

YW

107

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

1.1

-0.03

$Ranch

32

0.53

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.01

$Feeder

6%

Phenotype

MILK

15

48

HPG

-7

1218

CEM

11

-0.26

54

** *** ** **** 4 STAY

6

8

SCR

0.31

$Profit

32%

78

C. Ease

-0.74

Lot 154

11%

Top 5.5% F:G. #1 Marbling Red Angus. Top 12% WW & YW. 704 AWW. Quiet.

155

LCOC IRON ORE B001A 1632301

02/14/13

A

P

100AR

RED

B

HEN

Birth Wt.

TE MANIA ADA A149 PARINGA IRON ORE E27 STORTH OAKS LOWAN C1(TW)

5

BW

-1.2

WW

58

YW

90

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

1.04

-0.06

$Ranch

22

0.4

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.01

$Feeder

24%

Phenotype

50

HPG

-6

1232

CEM

10

-0.68

4

33

6

SCR

0.6

$Profit

22%

STAY

0.44

1650123

02/26/13

N

P

Pen: 11

91AR

RED

B

PRM

CED

MESSMER PACKER S008 LSF Boxed Beef 9063W LSF LARKABA 59J R5195

13

Growth

0.88

Feed/Carc

VGW BASES LOADED 905 MATH LOADED YA134 MATH CHEY S1125 CED

BW

2

WW

0.2

72

YW

110

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.87

0.07

$Ranch

19%

35

0.28

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

13

0.01

$Feeder

48

1228 10%

HPG

4

11

-0.38

-74

$Profit

CEM

5

0.11

STAY

11

SCR

-0.33 6%

Top 0.3% F:G. #4 WW & #9 YW Red Angus. 728 AWW. 109 WR. Very low intake.

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100AR

RED

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 11

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

-3.8

WW

55

YW

91

0.15

19

0.01

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

20

0.03

$Feeder

26%

Phenotype

48

HPG

2

1238

CEM

4

-0.34

14

SCR

0.58

$Profit

2%

STAY

3

-56

83 **** ** ** *** ** 4

0.44 1%

Top 0.9% F:G. Top 3% marbling. Very low intake, gentle, heifer bull!

LCOC LANCER A066A 1653770

01/29/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 11

Birth Wt.

LORENZEN LANCER LANCER 6600B JST LANCER 1563 JST LARKABA

*** *** *** *** 3.5

Maternal

P

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

88

C. Ease

N

BW

158

Scores

Birth Wt.

02/08/13

$Ranch

15%

LCOC BOXED BEEF B012A

1605350

LCOC HIGH NOON A093R SRN FORTUNE 7011 SRN MS. FORTUNE 5111

#4 F:G & #2 Marbling Red Angus. 105.6 MPPA. Top 1% Marb EPD. Top 11% REA.

157

LCOC HERITAGE A032A

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

*** *** ** *** 2.8

Maternal

MILK

22

84

C. Ease

LCC CHEROKEE CNYN A617N LCoC Absaroka SD048 LCHMN ABSAROKA J2023 CED

156

Scores

Pen: 11

2

BW

-0.1

WW

67

YW

96

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.83

-0.05

$Ranch

11%

26

0.61

Growth

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

11

0.02

$Feeder

45

1217 20%

** *** ** *** 3.5

Maternal Feed/Carc

NSF LEADING EDGE N013 JST DUCHESS 1514 JST DUTCHESS 9316 CED

83

C. Ease

HPG

3

7

-0.03

-79

$Profit

CEM

STAY

4

13

SCR

0.23

-0.49 8%

Top 12% WW. Top 4% marbling. Top 2% ribeye area. Very low intake.

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Red Angus Bulls

159

Lots 101-171

LCOC ROMERO A052A 1605355

03/07/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

BIEBER ROMERO 9136 LCoC Romero A007T LORENZEN ABIGAL R5125

9

BW

-2.6

WW

56

YW

88

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.78

0.1

$Ranch

19

0.17

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.03

$Feeder

12%

Phenotype

50

HPG

5

1216

CEM

7

-0.17

3

-62

11

SCR

-0.1

$Profit

32%

STAY

0.77

02/11/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

CED

14

BW

-1.9

WW

66

YW

103

9

0.98

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.79

-0.05

$Ranch

28

0.51

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s F/G Intake YH

0

$Feeder

11%

Disposition

TMAT

HPG

-1

1203

CEM

8

-0.36

4

-61

STAY

15

SCR

0.3

$Profit

37%

-0.23

LCOC MISSION A026A 1605359

01/31/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

4

-3.9

WW

62

YW

102

Growth Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.63

-0.21

$Ranch

25

56%

0.73

Phenotype Disposition ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

-0.03

$Feeder

1231 33%

HPG

1

7

-0.16

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

WW

56

YW

90

0.11

18

0.11

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

0.03

$Feeder

7%

Phenotype

44

1203

HPG

-1

CEM

9

-0.26

5

-43

-0.23

$Profit

41%

76 *** * *** ** *** 4 STAY

12

SCR

0.21

17%

LCOC MISSION A024A 1605371

01/29/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt. C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

SCHULER SILVER BULLET 4604P SRN TYRA 7155 WPRA HR TYRA 002 CED

5

BW

-3.7

WW

58

YW

100

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.61

-0.1

25

15%

0.7

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

0.01

$Feeder

45

1193 55%

HPG

3

10

-0.28

166

$Profit

CEM

1

0.39

70 ***** *** *** ** **** 4 STAY

14

SCR

1.3

34%

*** *** ** ** *** 3.5

Maternal

TMAT

44

C. Ease

70

C. Ease

MILK

13

Birth Wt.

Top 3.7% F:G. Top 1% REA. 721 AWW. 110 YR. 15.6 ribeye. High appetite & growth.

Birth Wt.

BUF CRK LANCER F M328 SRN PENNY 7084 RED PENNY 7341 BW

EEC

Scores

Pen: 12

LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 HOLDEN LEAD TIME 120 HOLDEN DOROTHY 610

CED

B

-4

$Ranch

18%

Top 0.6% F:G. Top 5% marbling & 6% ribeye. 744 AWW. Very low intake.

163

RED

Scores

Pen: 11

LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 HOLDEN LEAD TIME 120 HOLDEN DOROTHY 610

***** * *** ** *** 3

Phenotype

49

100AR

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

83

C. Ease

MILK

15

P

BW

162

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

CED

N

$Ranch

16%

Scores

Pen: 11

LCoC Romero A007T EEC MS NOON X49T SRN MS. NOON 7049

02/14/13

Top 5.5% F:G. #6 Marbling Red Angus. Very low intake. Kind.

LCOC HERITAGE A035A 1605381

1605380

RED CROWFOOT OLE'S OSCAR FEDDES MISCHIEF X15 FEDDES MISCHIEF 828

Top 25% F:G. Top 5% marbling. Very low intake.

161

LCOC HERITAGE A040A

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

*** ** *** ** *** 3

Maternal

MILK

22

84

C. Ease

LCOC HIGH NOON A093R SRN RACHEL 7035 SRN PRILARK 3058 CED

160

Scores

Pen: 11

199

$Profit

CEM

2

STAY

14

0.82

SCR

38%

2.6

Lot 162

713 AWW. 109 YR. Top 1% ribeye area. 43.8 Scrotal. Frame 7. Deep sided.

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Red Angus Bulls

164

Lots 101-171

LCOC MISSION A041A 1605365

02/15/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Birth Wt.

LJC MISSION STATEMENTP27 HOLDEN LEAD TIME 120 HOLDEN DOROTHY 610

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

MESSMER JUDGE 36N SRN HI DEE 7536 SRN HI DEE 3021 CED

6

BW

-3.5

WW

59

YW

94

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.49

-0.13

$Ranch

21

0.66

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0

$Feeder

42%

Phenotype

MILK

17

47

1222

165

Scores

Pen: 12

HPG

6

CEM

11

0.23

4

92

0.49

$Profit

56%

74

15

SCR

-0.29

03/11/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 LARSON ELIZABETH 651-111

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LCoC Silver Bullet A036T JST JOAN 9318 JST JOAN CED

BW

WW

YW

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

$Ranch

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

$Feeder

31%

Phenotype

1258

HPG

-0.28

CEM

67

0.45

$Profit

17%

CED

02/07/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

EEC

0.69

STAY



SCR

-0.02

12

BW

-3.7

WW

52

YW

80

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.98

0.1

$Ranch

12

14%

-0.17

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

19

$Feeder

0

45

1210 25%

HPG

-1

8

-0.57

-49

$Profit

CEM

3

0.31

WW

0.3

71

0.21

Birth Wt.

YW

111

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

36

0.19

Disposition

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

0.05

$Feeder

29%

Phenotype

MILK

16

52

1269

83

C. Ease

HPG

1

CEM

13

-0.29

104

13

SCR

0.7

$Profit

38%

**** ** ** *** 3.5 STAY

6

LCOC HERITAGE A037A 1605354

02/13/13

N

P

1.16 29%

100AR

RED

B

EEC

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

PAULS CANYON RIDGE 470 MCCR COPPERLASS T701 COPPERLASS CHATEAU J501 CED

12

BW

-4.2

WW

58

YW

90

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 YG CW REA MARB

0.92

-0.03

169 80

18

0.33

Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

19 0

$Feeder

19%

Phenotype

48

1205

HPG

0

CEM

10

-0.17

-27

17

SCR

0.47

$Profit

10%

76 **** ** *** *** *** 4 STAY

2

STAY

12

SCR

0.27

LCOC EPIC B006A 1653774

01/15/13

A

P

99AR

RED

B

STG

-0.19 6%

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt.

BECKTON EPIC F075 BECKTON EPIC R397 K BECKTON KIT F468 JL

**** * *** ** *** 4

12%

#6 F:G & #5 Marbling Red Angus. Very low intake. Gentle. Frame 6.5+.

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STG

$Ranch

14%

Birth Wt.

BECKTON HERITAGE T270 J2 BECKTON HERITAGE W027 J3 BECKTON LARKABA T813 JC

CED

B

Top 3.0% F:G. #6 WW & #8 YW Red Angus. 719 AWW. 111 YR. 40.4 Scr. Frame 6.5+

**** ** ** **** 3

Scores

Pen: 12

BJR RAMBLER 5162 MLK CRK LAKOTA 542 MLK CRK LAKOTA 332

RED

Scores

Pen: 12

Top 25% F:G. #9 Marbling Red Angus. Very low intake. Quiet. Deep.

LCOC HERITAGE A031A 1605344

100AR

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

Top 3.7% F:G. 714 AWW. 109 YR. Frame 6.5+.

168

P

BW

0

86

C. Ease

A

LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 JST THUNDERGIRL 1508 JST GOLD GIRL 9300

167

LCOC THUNDERBIRD A078A Pending

01/20/13

$Ranch

51%

700 AWW. Top 7% Stay. Top 1% ribeye area. A growthy, heavy muscled heifer bull.

166

1653769

BECKTON EPIC F075 BECKTON EPIC R397 K BECKTON KIT F468 JL

*** ** ** ** *** 3 STAY

LCOC EPIC A065A

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 JST LORENZEN 1519 LORENZEN T7118 CED

1

BW

-3.4

WW

68

YW

112

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.59

0.16

$Ranch

16%

32

0.31

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

0.05

$Feeder

50

1256 35%

HPG

2

13

-0.1

112

$Profit

CEM

7

0.45

69 *** *** *** ** *** 3 STAY

15

SCR

1.13

19%

Huge birth to yearling spread. #6 YW Red Angus. Top 20% Marb & REA. 40.2 Scrotal.

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Red Angus Bulls

170

Lots 101-171

1653727

03/03/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

STG

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt.

MESSMER PACKER S008 LARSON THUNDEBIRD 936 LARSON ELIZABETH 651-111

1

BW

-0.6

WW

65

YW

98

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.6

0.12

$Ranch

27

84%

0.14

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

16

0.02

$Feeder

48

1250

HPG

4

12

0.03

8%

138

$Profit

CEM

4

0.54

Today, Ludvigson Stock Farms is a major, independent Red Angus breeder, with operations based in Montana and on their family farm in Iowa where Ryan’s mother, Joan, and brother, Park and his family, reside.

(970) 568-3983

STAY

13

SCR

0.5

LCOC HIGH NOON A128A 1650054

03/12/13

N

P

100AR

RED

B

PRM

Scores

Pen: 12

Birth Wt.

BIEBER MAKE MIMI 7249 LCOC HIGH NOON A093R SRN HI DEE 3021

*** * *** *** 3

23%

Top 20% growth, HPG, Stay, and marbling! 704 AWW. Frame 6.5+.

Ryan Ludvigson in the 1990s was a Leachman employee and evolved into a Leachman Cooperator taking advantage of Leachman genetics and supplying Hairpin bulls. He is pictured with Rodger Reitman, a LSF employee, formerly from LCC of MT.

80

C. Ease

LCB CHEROKEE CHIEF A377N JST LADY IN RED R5017 LCC KURUBA LA202 CED

171

LCOC THUNDERBIRD A074A

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

MLK CRK CAPSTONE 901 MATH CAP T1133 MATHEWS HAMLET 026 CED

BW

7

WW

0.6

59

YW

93

Red Angus EPDs as of 1/1/2014 MARB YG CW REA

0.59

0.05

$Ranch

68%

26

0.13

Phenotype Disposition

MILK

TMAT

ME

FAT

MWT

Leachman ABC’s FT F/G Intake YH

20

-0.01

$Feeder

49

1243 15%

90

C. Ease

HPG

9

5

-0.14

-31

CEM

2

0.57

$Profit

*** * ** *** 4.5 STAY

11

SCR

0.76

24%

766 AWW. Very low intake. Super disposition. Frame 6.5+. Deep.

“The $Profit index is the most useful selection tool today and will do more for beef cattle selection than any performance development in the last 25 years. • Historically, we’re from a traditional Iowa family farm, where we witnessed the pork industry utilizing indexes to make huge economic advancements in pork production. • In the beef industry, people have spoken about indexes for years, but no one ever really developed one that’s useful up to this point. • While working at Leachman’s, I witnessed Lee gaining a genetic edge by utilizing his in-house indexes. • At the end of the day, for our own outfit’s profit strategy, we came to the conclusion that $Profit works. It boils down to selection for conversion, high growth, and high carcass into one number.” -- Ryan Ludvigson After experimenting with $Profit, Ludvigson Stock Farms is one of the first to sign up as a $Profit Share Seedstock Herd, contractually using the technology in their own program.

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Angus Bulls

Some Angus are Worth More than Others! Today, there are two major profit drivers:

1. MARBLING

2. FEED CONVERSION

There is no question that high quality Angus beef is in greater demand than ever before. Consumers want consistent, high quality beef and that requires marbling in the upper 2/3 of Choice and/or Prime. Only high marbling EPD Angus genetics can achieve this target consistently.

One ate 17 lbs. of dry matter per day.

Here are the eating satisfaction results from a recent study by Colorado State University of instrument graded beef:

The other ate 42 lbs. of dry matter per day.

They both gained and weigh the same! Which bull’s steers do you want to feed? Which bull’s daughters do you want to raise? Your marbling goal should be ® to produce 70% or better CAB !

Your feed efficiency goal should be to produce calves that convert 5.0:1.

Leachman Angus combine marbling and feed conversion:

� Top 6% Marbling � � Top 15% Feed Conversion �

Leachman Angus Bulls are More Profitable!

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75 Leachman Angus Bulls Sell HUGE CARCASS VALUE!

K Lazy K Ranch is a Leachman AI test herd. They have stacked some of the industry’s most profitable sires. 2012 born Steers results – 105 progeny test steers fed NHTC Carcass weight: 805 lbs. Yield: 83% YG3 or better Grading results: 1% Select Added value of $151 10% Low Choice per head! 35% Upper 2/3 Choice 54% Prime

39 sons sell!

UNMATCHED FEED CONVERSION! We measured feed intake and conversion on the sires. We progeny tested them against the industry standard. The data does not lie: Sire Line Feed Conversion Objective grand progeny 6.9 : 1 Feed cost Multiple sire clean up bulls 6.0 : 1 advantage of $109 per head! Leachman Resolution G288U 5.4 : 1 Leachman Paradigm G289U 5.2 : 1

23 sons sell!

G A R Further Progress ranks as the breed’s #5 sire on Marbling. +21 CED & -2.0 BW Marbling & Calving Ease Specialists

Lot 172 (970) 568-3983

450 Bulls, tot 50 Female al s

Leachman Resolution G228U ranks in the top 8% for feed conversion and top 2% on $Profit. Nuts & Butts, & Conversion Experts

Lot 180

G515Z, $14,403 on $Profit!

G042A, $15,022 on $Profit! Page 91


“Our 2012 born steers graded 54% Prime at just 15 months of age

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… and they converted better than the feedlot’s average of 6.25 : 1 even though we did not use Rumensin, implants, or beta-agonists. Our 2011 steers graded 99.5% Choice or better with 88.4% Certified Angus Beef and 25.1% Prime.” ~ Jerry Kusser, K Lazy K Ranch Highmore S.D.

K Lazy K Ranch Plan:

(970) 568-3983

Build the highest carcass quality and feed efficient herd of Angus cattle possible.

Artificially inseminate all heifers and mature cows to the highest $Profit and feed efficient yearling Leachman Angus bulls.

Turn out high $Profit, embryo transplant bulls custom designed for us to maximize the genetic improvement of our cleanup calves.

Calculate Leachman’s $Profit and $Ranch on our females to maximize our rate of genetic improvement.

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Angus Reference Sires

Lots 172-247

CCAR AWESOME X720 16760222 100AN

08/04/10 BLK

P

B

Scores

Pen:

Act BW

SydGen C C & 7 Hoover Dam Erica of Ellston C124

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

S S Traveler 6807 T510 River Hills 7R8 S808 S S Miss Rita R011 7R8 BW

-0.1

WW

58

YW

103

MI

27

$Ranch $25 64%

IMF

Phenotype Disposition

REA

0.56

MWT

F/G

0.90 1223 -0.31 $80 14%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-7

0.70

08/30/04 BLK

E B

P $$$

Scores 82

Pen: AMF,NHF

Act BW

RITO 6I6 OF 4B20 6807 Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 G A R PRECISION 2536

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

D H D TRAVELER 6807 L B 6807 Isabel 339 L B E31 Isabel 168 BW

1.1

WW

67

YW

117

$Ranch $37 16%

MI

IMF

22

0.98

REA

Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

1.21 1269 -0.51

$Feeder $133 0.1%

Intake

YHT

3

08/18/09 BLK

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

S S Objective T510 0T26 G A R Objective 2345 G A R 1407 New Design 2413 BW

WW

48

YW

91

$Ranch $36 18%

MI

38

IMF

1.61

REA

$109 1%

HOOVER DAM 16124994 100AN

01/25/08 BLK

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.64 1212 0.09

$Feeder

B

P SPA

Intake

102

WW

51

YW

95

$Ranch $31 38%

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MI

35

IMF

0.89

$Feeder

REA

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition

MWT

F/G

1.20 1214 -0.62 $93 5%

SCR

0.10 -0.06

Scores

Pen:

TC Gridiron 258 Erica of Ellston C124 Erica of Ellston V65 BW

YHT

***** *** **** ***** ***

$Profit $12,834 1%

S A F Connection SydGen C C & 7 SydGen Forever Lady 4087

0.0

Scores

Act BW

B/R NEW DESIGN 036 G A R Predestined G A R Ext 4206

-1.4

SCR

$Profit $14,936 0.1%

P Pen: HEN

B

*** ***** **** ***** **** ****

0.30 -0.44

G A R FURTHER PROGRESS 16497035 100AN

SCR

0.58

$Profit $9,273 21%

GAR-EGL PROTEGE 15098880 100AN

*** * *** *** *****

Intake

-5

YHT

0.30

*** ** *** **** **** *** SCR

0.99

$Profit $10,932 6%

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Angus Reference Sires

Lots 172-247

K C F BENNETT ABSOLUTE 16430795 100AN

03/08/09 BLK

P Pen: RAB

B

SITZ TRAVELER 8180 S A V Final Answer 0035 S A V Emulous 8145

C. Ease Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Wulffs Ext 6106 Thomas Miss Lucy 5152 Thomas Miss Lucy 3050 BW

-1.1

WW

65

YW

118

$Ranch $49 0.8%

MI

27

IMF

0.78

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.79 1209 -0.49 $67 30%

$Feeder

Intake

YHT

-44

0.30

03/07/02 BLK

A B

P $$$

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

War Venture 8030 6008 LCC SUNSET K3118 LEACHMAN SUNSET G3008 BW

WW

56

YW

108

MI

38

$Ranch $36 17%

IMF

REA

0.61

MWT

Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.64 1246 -0.44 $93 5%

$Feeder

SCR

1.38

Scores 70

Pen: AMF,NHF

B/R NEW DESIGN 036 BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 BON VIEW PRIDE 664

-0.5

**** ** ***** *** ***

$Profit $10,524 9%

LCC NEW STANDARD 14218253 100AN

Scores

Act BW

Intake

36

*** *** **** **** **** **

YHT

SCR

0.50

0.43

$Profit $11,491 4%

LEACHMAN MEAT CASE G049T 15914175 100AN

02/14/07 BLK

E B

Scores 72

P Pen: OSB AMF,NHF

Act BW

G A R PRECISION 1680 G A R RETAIL PRODUCT G A R EXT 4927

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCC TEHAMA K3289 LEACHMAN B C TIDY BEE B3013 BW

2.2

WW

29

YW

62

MI

19

$Ranch $36 18%

IMF

REA

0.72

MWT

F/G

FT

0.60 1221 -0.60

$Feeder $110 0.9%

Phenotype Disposition Intake

-67

YHT

0.20

*** ** **** ***** *** 3 SCR

0.08

$Profit $12,978 0.8%

LEACHMAN RESOLUTION G228U 16248786 100AN

02/04/08 BLK

A B

Scores 88

P Pen: LOH AMF,NHF

Act BW

B C C BUSHWACKER 41-93 Dr J Analyst M250 G A R Precision 706

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

Bon View New Design 878 L A Gammer Pride LG 291 FINKS PRIDE 517 210 H Y BW

1.6

WW

51

YW

90

$Ranch $54 0.1%

(970) 568-3983

MI

24

IMF

0.56

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.60 1235 -0.38 $100 3%

Disposition Intake

-58

YHT

0.20

** **** ***** **** ***** 2 SCR

2.02

$Profit $13,879 0.3%

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Lots 172-247

Lot 172

Lot 173

172 LCOC MEAT CASE G515Z 17636167 100AN

10/12/12 BLK

A B

Scores Act BW 90

P Pen: 13 HEN

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

WW

1.1

44

YW

80

$Ranch $40 7%

MI

28

IMF

0.64

REA

MWT

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.72 1240 -0.22

$Feeder $122 0.2%

Disposition Intake

-58

YHT

SCR

0.50

0.41

$Profit $14,403 0.1%

174 LCOC MEAT CASE G521Z 10/21/12 BLK

A B

WW

1.8

35

YW

65

$Ranch $44 3%

MI

23

IMF

0.59

$Feeder

REA

MWT

C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.76 1215 -0.15 $94 5%

Scores 84

P Pen: 13 HEN

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Southern 2409 Rita 3335 G A R Prime Time 2409 BW

1.2

WW

51

YW

96

$Ranch $21 79%

MI

24

IMF

0.86

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.76 1275 -0.43

$Feeder $123 0.2%

Disposition Intake

45

YHT

0.70

*** ***** ** ***** **** 3 SCR

0.69

$Profit $12,557 1%

#4 $Feeder. Top 1.1% F:G. 706 AWW. High efficiency donor dam back to 2409.

Act BW

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Leachman Meat Case G049T LCC TEHAMA K3289

BW

E B

Scores 80

P Pen: 13 HEN

Rito 2B94 of Rita 6K20 BW LCoC RITA WG406 LCoC RITA SG968

10/20/12 BLK

Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 GAR-EGL Protege L B 6807 Isabel 339

*** **** ***** ***** 3.8

#3 $Profit & #6 $Feeder. Top 15% REA. 120 WR. 112 YR. Very low intake.

17638776 100AN

17689673 100AN

C. Ease

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 LCOC CANYON LASS RG199 LCC CANYON LASS NG860 BW

173 LCOC PROTEGE G604Z

Disposition Intake

-58

*** ** ***** **** **** 3.5

YHT

0.20

SCR

0.30

$Profit $12,465 2%

Lot 174

Top 20% REA. 109 WR. 109 REAR. Very low intake. Deep sided heifer bull.

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Angus Bulls

Lots 172-247

Lot 175

Lot 176

175 LCOC RESOLUTION G511Z Nt Reg 100AN

09/30/12 BLK

A B

P WIL

Scores Act BW 76

Pen: 13

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

0.6

WW

59

YW

107

$Ranch $43 4%

MI

30

IMF

0.56

REA

MWT

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype Disposition F/G

0.67 1248 -0.41 $109 1%

$Feeder

Intake

-34

YHT

0.38

SCR

0.59

$Profit $13,636 0.4%

177 LCOC PROTEGE G603Z 10/23/12 BLK

E B

-0.6

WW

54

YW

94

$Ranch $41 7%

MI

19

IMF

0.75

$Feeder

REA

C. Ease Growth

Maternal

MWT

Feed/Carc Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.64 1244 -0.46 $85 10%

P WIS

Scores 82

Pen: 13

Act BW C. Ease Growth

Maternal Feed/Carc

G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Southern 2409 Rita 3335 G A R Prime Time 2409 BW

1.2

WW

51

YW

96

$Ranch $17 90%

MI

24

IMF

0.80

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.85 1272 -0.38

$Feeder $119 0.4%

Disposition Intake

113

YHT

0.40

*** ***** ** ***** **** SCR

0.58

$Profit $11,769 3%

#7 $Feeder Angus. Top 2.6% F:G. 707 AWW. Top 10% REA & Marb.

Act BW

Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 GAR-EGL Protege L B 6807 Isabel 339

BW

E B

Scores 77

P Pen: 13 HEN

CONNEALY FREIGHTLINER Mogck Erica C71 Mogck Erica 788

10/22/12 BLK

Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 GAR-EGL Protege L B 6807 Isabel 339

***** ***** ***** *** 4

#7 $Profit Angus. Top 1.6% F:G. 106 WR. Very low intake. Kind disposition. 2.5 Feet.

17636033 100AN

17636028 100AN

C. Ease

GAR-EGL Protege LCoC Middlebrook UG372 LCoC Middlebrook RG800 BW

176 LCOC PROTEGE G599Z

Disposition Intake

-75

YHT

0.20

**** *** **** *** *** 3 SCR

0.78

$Profit $11,293 5%

Lot 177

Top 0.6% F:G. Very low intake. Moderate framed. Deep bodied.

(970) 568-3983

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Angus Bulls

Lots 172-247

178 LCOC DAYBREAK G601Z 17691024 100AN

10/26/12 BLK

E B

P JSI

Scores Act BW 72

Pen: 13

Boyd New Day 8005 MCC Daybreak MCC Miss Focus 134

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

BON VIEW NEW DESIGN 1407 G A R 1407 New Design H315 G A R Precision 2011 BW

WW

-0.6

46

YW

89

$Ranch $32 31%

MI

25

IMF

0.55

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.99 1266 -0.77 $105 2%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

17703059 100AN

SCR

0.70

0.03

$Profit $12,180 2%

#4 F:G Angus. Top 2% REA. 710 AWW. Heavy muscled, extreme heifer bull.

02/15/13 BLK

A B

Scores 90

P Pen: 14 HEN

Act BW

Rito 1I2 of 2536 Rito 6I6 GAR-EGL Protege L B 6807 Isabel 339

***** ***** *** ***** *** 3

YHT

46

179 LCOC PROTEGE G033A

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

Mytty In Focus LCoC Gammer SG738 LCOC GAMMER PG084 BW

2.2

WW

63

YW

116

$Ranch $34 25%

MI

26

IMF

0.92

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.82 1268 -0.92

$Feeder $138 0.1%

Disposition Intake

YHT

-14

0.70

***** *** ***** **** 3.5 SCR

1.01

$Profit $15,111 0.1%

#1 $Profit, #1 $Feeder, #1 F:G, #9 Marbling, #1 WW & #1 YW Angus. Herdbull!

Lot 179

Lot 180

180 LCOC HIT THE MARK G042A 17756152 100AN

03/06/13 BLK

N B

Scores Act BW 68

P Pen: 14 HEN

S A V Bismarck 5682 Galaxy Hit the Mark 0006 Galaxy Isabel 8326

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

D R Retail Product 4637 LCoC Tidy Bee WG044 LCoC Tidy Bee TG048 BW

-0.8

WW

47

YW

83

$Ranch $44 3%

MI

28

IMF

0.99

REA

Phenotype Disposition MWT

F/G

0.78 1210 -0.18

$Feeder $125 0.1%

Intake

-33

YHT

Pending 100AN

SCR

0.20 -0.12

$Profit $15,022 0.1%

03/28/13 BLK

E B

P Pen: 14 HEN

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

MCC Daybreak LCoC Blackcap XG528 LCOC BLACKCAP RG005 BW

3.8

WW

65

YW

120

$Ranch $46 2%

MI

30

IMF

0.56

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.89 1272 -0.61 $109 1%

Scores 90

Act BW

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

**** *** ***** ***** *** 4

#2 $Profit & #3 $Feeder Angus. Very low intake. 43.6 Scr. Deluxe calving ease!

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181 LCOC RESOLUTION G387A

Disposition Intake

8

YHT

0.74

***** ***** ***** *** 3 SCR

0.86

$Profit $13,846 0.3%

#5 $Profit, #10 $Ranch & #5 F:G Angus. 727 AWW. Eats less. Stacks efficiency.

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Angus Bulls

Lots 172-247

Lot 182

Lot 183

182 LCOC RESOLUTION G050A 17572625 100AN

01/24/13 BLK

E B

Scores Act BW 84

P Pen: 14 MNB

Dr J Analyst M250 Leachman Resolution G228U L A Gammer Pride LG 291

1.5

WW

50

YW

85

$Ranch $44 3%

MI

25

IMF

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc

0.31

Phenotype

REA

MWT

F/G

FT

0.35 1233 0.01 $98 3%

$Feeder

Disposition Intake

YHT

54

0.27

SCR

0.91

$Profit $12,703 1%

A B

Scores Act BW 85

P Pen: 14 LOH AMF,CAF

Connealy Consensus Connealy Consensus 7229 Blue Lilly of Conanga 16

Maternal Feed/Carc

Bon View New Design 878 L A Jodie MG736 L A JODIE 604 BW

1.6

WW

55

YW

93

$Ranch $28 50%

MI

32

IMF

0.77

$Feeder

REA

MWT

Phenotype

F/G

FT

0.50 1240 -0.15 $78 15%

Disposition Intake

58

YHT

0.80

BW

1.5

WW

50

YW

85

$Ranch $38 12%

MI

25

IMF

0.24

REA

C. Ease

Growth Maternal Feed/Carc Phenotype

MWT

F/G

FT

0.38 1245 -0.05 $102 2%

$Feeder

Scores 81

Act BW

Disposition Intake

90

***** **** ***** **** 4

YHT

SCR

0.64

2.13

$Profit $12,431 2%

185 LCOC PROTEGE G057A Nt Reg 100AN

SCR

1.24

$Profit $9,462 18%

01/24/13 BLK

A B

P Pen: 14 LAM