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2013 Heart of America Dairy Expo Ramada Oasis Hotel & Convention Center, Springfield, Missouri Thursday January 24, 2013

1:00 - 10 p.m. Trade Show Setup (Grand Ballroom) 2:00 p.m. Missouri Dairy Growth Council (MDGC) Annual Meeting and Board Meeting (Bora Bora Boardroom) 4:00 Missouri State Milk Board meeting (Bora Bora Boardroom) 7:30 Early Bird Seminar: “Ways to Reduce Risk for Dairy Farmers” -Dr. Scott Brown, Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics, University of Missouri (Sahara)

Friday January 25, 2013

8:00 a.m. 8:00 9:25 9:30 10:10 10:50 11:20 Noon 1:30 2:10 2:50 3:00 3:15 4:30 5:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 7:00

Registration open (Grand Ballroom Lobby) Coffee, Milk & Pastries, sponsored by Kraft Springfield, Southwest Dairy Farmers and Waikato Milking Systems (Grand Ballroom) Welcome to Missouri-Larry Purdom, Missouri Dairy Association (MDA) President (Grand Ballroom) “Nutrition Technology Opportunity in a Challenging Crop Year” - Dr. Max Hawkins, Noblesville, Indiana sponsored by Alltech “Are Your Vaccinations Causing Repro Problems? ”-Dr. Michael Moore, Overland Park, Kansas sponsored by Novartis Animal Health Break and Visit with Exhibitors (Grand Ballroom) “Heifer Mastitis - Economics, Prevention & Treatment” Rick Short, Romance, Arkansas, sponsored by Central Life Sciences Luncheon sponsored by Hiland Dairy Foods Company, Missouri Agribusiness Association, Missouri Pork Producers and Purina Animal Nutrition (Coco & Maui) “Market Outlook - What’s in the Cards for Dairy?) Dr. Scott Brown Top Producer Panel moderated by Joe Horner, University of Missouri with Jeff Buckner, Stockton; Marilyn Calvin, Mount Vernon; Stacey McCallister, Mountain Grove and John Schoen, Oak Ridge (Grand Ballroom) “Dairy Policy: Where Do We Go From Here?” - Dana Brooks, National Milk Producers Federation, Washington, DC President’s Ice Cream Social and Visit with Exhibitors sponsored by F&H Food Equipment Company, Southwest Dairy Farmers and Turner’s Special Supply (Grand Ballroom) Sho-Mo Dairy Heifer Growers Association Annual Meeting (Bora Bora Boardroom) MDA 28th Annual Meeting with Policy Development Session (Grand Ballroom) MDA 28th Annual Meeting adjourns Missouri Guernsey Breeders Association (MGBA) Committee Meetings (Sahara) Trade Show Recess Missouri Holstein Association (MHA) Committee Meetings (Coco & Maui) Missouri Holstein Junior Association Social at Poolside, light supper provided (Atrium) MGBA Board Meeting (Sahara)

Saturday January 26, 2013

7:00 a.m. 7:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 10:00 10:00 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:00 1:00 p.m.

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Registration/Check-in (Grand Ballroom Lobby) Trade Show Opens; Coffee, milk and pastries (sponsored by FCS Financial, S&L Sales LLC and Southwest Dairy Farmers (Grand Ballroom) Missouri Holstein Princess/Little Miss Interviews (Sonoran) Missouri Holstein Board Meeting (Bora Bora Boardroom) Missouri Junior Guernsey Breeders Meeting (Sahara B) (MGBA Annual Meeting immediately following) Missouri Holstein Junior Association Annual Meeting (Sahara A) Missouri Brown Swiss Association Annual Meeting (Fiji Ballroom) Missouri Holstein Association Annual Meeting (Grand Ballroom) Midwest Milking Shorthorn Annual Meeting (Arabian) Missouri Jersey Cattle Club Board Meeting (Bora Bora Ballroom) Trade Show Closes Luncheon sponsored by Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives and the Missouri Soybean Program Missouri Holstein All-Missouri, Junior Awards & Scholarships, Crowning of Holstein Princess & Little Miss; and Fun Auction (Coco & Maui) MHA Annual Meeting and Missouri Holstein Junior Association reconvene, if necessary (Grand Ballroom)


Heart of America Dairy Expo Speakers Dana Brooks was born and raised on a family farm in southeast Arkansas and is the Senior Vice President of Government Relations at the National Milk Producers Federation, which she joined in 2009. Dana is actively engaged in the day to day politics of Washington, where she educates Members of Congress and their staffs on dairy policy, nutrition, food safety, taxes, and other issues that affect dairy farmers throughout the nation. After working to help pass the 2002 farm bill, Dana joined the staff of Republican Jo Ann Emerson of Missouri as her Agriculture Appropriations and trade legislative assistant. She left Congress to work at the American Farm Bureau Federation as a Director of Public Policy, managing farm policy, disaster assistance, and southern crop and nutrition issues.

Scott Brown is a research assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Missouri. In this role, Scott has worked with U.S. Congress over the past two decades in determining the quantitative effects of changes in dairy and livestock policies and has testified regarding dairy and livestock policy issues before House and Senate Agriculture committees. He has also worked on the economic effects of industry led programs such as the Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) that currently operates in the dairy industry. Scott received his PhD degree in agricultural economics from the University of Missouri and his BS degree in agricultural business from Northwest Missouri State University. Scott grew up on a diversified farm in Northwest Missouri.

Dr. Max Hawkins was raised on a grain/livestock farm in Illinois that included cattle feeding, cow/ calf production, and purebred swine and sheep. He attended Western Illinois University and received a BS in Animal Science. Dr. Hawkins earned a MS and PhD in Animal Science at the University of Tennessee. He joined the faculty at California Polytechnic State University; he taught livestock production, nutrition management and coached the Livestock Judging Team. Prior to joining the Dairy Technical Staff at Alltech he worked in the feed industry in technical sales positions with Hubbard Feeds and Micron Bio-Systems. Dr. Michael Moore has been a contributor to various livestock publications as an author on various disease and management topics. He received the Veterinarian of the Year Award in Nebraska in 1990. Dr. Moore’s involvement with Novartis has given him the opportunity to present programs to veterinarians and producer groups. He has been active in training new territory managers on subjects ranging from basic immunology to various cattle diseases. Rick Short lives on a small beef cattle operation in Romance, AR with his wife of 34 years, Gail. They have 4 adult children and one granddaughter. Rick received his Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and Master of Science in Animal Nutrition from the University of Arkansas. He has worked for Central Life Sciences for 8 years, covering 13 states in the Southeast United States.

WELCOME! We are so glad you could join us for this event! The Missouri Dairy Association (MDA) would like to take this opportunity to remind you that MDA sponsored events are not and must not be viewed as an opportunity for those in attendance to illegally advance their respective companies’ competitive interests. Remember that those here that are your “friends” may also be your “competitors” in the eyes of the law. Careless or poorly worded conversations may signal wrongful conduct so please exercise extra caution and diligence by following these guidelines:

Don’t discuss with your actual or potential competitors pricing, price changes, price differentials, markups, discounts, allowance, credit terms, or related financial issues, or data that bear on price (e.g., costs, production capacity, inventories, sales). Don’t discuss with your actual or potential competitors changes production, capacity or inventories. Don’t discuss with your actual or potential competitors plans regarding production, distribution or marketing of particular products, including proposed territories or customers.

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2013 Heart of America Dairy Expo Sponsors Gold Level Sponsors Alltech Central Life Sciences Brownfield Network Novartis Animal Health

Bronze Level Sponsors MFA, Inc. Missouri Pork Association Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives—Saturday luncheon FCS Financial—Saturday morning break and Program Printing F&H Food Equipment Company—Friday afternoon break Hiland Dairy Foods Company—Friday luncheon Kraft Springfield—Friday morning break Missouri Agribusiness Association—Friday luncheon Missouri Corn Growers Association—Signage Missouri Department of Conservation—Program printing Missouri Soybean Association—Saturday luncheon Mycogen Seeds—Program printing Purina Animal Nutrition LLC—Friday luncheon S&L Sales LLC—Saturday morning break Southwest Dairy Farmers—Milk for morning breaks Turner’s Special Supply—Friday afternoon break Waikato Milking Systems—Friday morning break, Program printing

ABS Global Accelerated Genetics Alltech (double booth) Brownfield Network Central Life Sciences (double booth) Commercial Agriculture Program CountrySide Direct Dairy Farmers of America DeLaval 4 State Dairy Days Fabick CAT FSA/NRCS Healthy Acres LLC Hiland Dairy Foods Company Jerden Dairy Company Jim’s Motors Inc. MASBDA Merck Animal Health MFA, Inc. PAGE 4

Exhibitors

Midwest Milk Products Milk Specialties Miller Feed Service Missouri Beef Industry Council Midwest Dairy Association Missouri Dairy Association Missouri Dairy Growth Council Missouri Dairy Hall of Honors Missouri Department of Agriculture Missouri Department of Conservation Missouri Farmers Care MQT Lab Services Multimin USA Inc. Novartis Animal Health (double booth) PowerFlex Fence Select Sires MidAmerica Southwest Dairy Farmers Soy Best

SFP S&H Farm Supply S&L Sales LLC USDA-Missouri Ag Statistics Service Valent VES Environmental Solutions, LLC Vigortone WAM USA Inc. Winter Dent Z Tags


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The Missouri Dairy Growth Council Mission: “to grow a stronger and more viable Missouri dairy industry”

2012 Members:

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Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives FCS Financial F&H Food Equipment Company MFA, Inc. Missouri Corn Growers Association Missouri Dairy Association Missouri Department of Agriculture Missouri Soybean Program Opies Transport University of Missouri

Silver Level ($500.00 or more) America’s Best Carrier Dairy Farmers of America Central Council Dairy Farmers of America Southeast Council MFA Oil Company Missouri Dairy Products Association Missouri Farm Bureau

Bronze Level ($250.00 or more) Alltech Missouri State Milk Board

Individual ($100.00 or more) Gary L. Aggus

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Draft Minutes

Missouri Dairy Association 27th Annual Meeting University Plaza Hotel , Springfield, Missouri January 27, 2012

President Larry Purdom called the 27th annual meeting of the Missouri Dairy Association (MDA) to order at 2:10 p.m. in the Colorado/Illinois rooms of the University Plaza Hotel, Springfield, Missouri. The 26th annual meeting minutes of January 28, 2011 were presented.  The minutes were approved as written. The annual financial report and audit were presented which showed a total income of $169,798.00, total expenses of $180,597.00 for a negative balance of $10,799.00, and a total liabilities and net worth of $124,624.00 as of December 31, 2011.  It was moved and seconded to approve the treasurer’s report and the annual audit.  Motion carried. Larry Purdom gave his president’s report and Dave Drennan gave his Executive Director’s report. The Gold Level Members of the Missouri Dairy Growth Council were recognized. There being no old business, the meeting turned to new business.  Lloyd Gunter presented the nominating committee report of District 1, Larry Schmidt; District 3, Jay Moreland; District 5, Craig Westfall and District 7, Larry Purdom.  It was moved and seconded to accept the nominating committee’s report by acclamation.  Motion carried.    The following MDA members were present and served as voting delegates during the Policy Development Session: District 1:  Bill Siebenborn, Trenton and Richard Groves, Skidmore; MDA Director Larry Schmidt, Laredo District 2:  Charlie Voelker, Perryville and Robert Landgraf, Jackson; MDA Director Kevin Frankenbach, Hannibal District 3:  Paul Freund, Concordia; MDA Director Jay Moreland District 4:  John Denbigh, Columbia and Tom Oelrich, Mora; MDA Director Kenny Lenz District 5:  Charles Buckner, Fair Grove and Mike Greer, Goodson; MDA Director Craig Westfall   District 6: Wesley Lebahn, Mansfield; MDA Director David Hutsell District 7:  Marilyn Calvin, Mount Vernon and Betty Voskamp, Mount Vernon; MDA Director Larry Purdom, Purdy District 8: Jams Penn, Point Lookout and Wayne Whitehead, Conway; MDA Director Lloyd Gunter, Conway At Large: Mark Chamberlin, Mora and Darrell Melton, Mountain Grove; MDA Director David Melton, Mountain Grove At Large: Mark Freeman, Cabool and Norris Sloan, Mountain Grove At Large: Dwight Fry, Mountain Grove and Joe Thompson, Mt. View; MDA Director Stacey McCallister A total of 31 voting delegates were seated. The delegate body reviewed the current resolutions starting with State Issues. Moved and seconded to “strike line 89 dealing with supply management”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded to “strike Columbia, Panama and South Korea on line 109”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support increasing the weight limits with a 5,000 pound variance for hauling milk”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support the State Veterinarian’s efforts on controlling trichomoniasis”. Motion carried Moved and seconded to “strike line 6 dealing with the Unfair Milk Practices Act”. Motion defeated Moved and seconded to “oppose HSUS’s effort with “Our Vote Counts” in the state”. Motion carried Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support the continued annual review of the livestock stocking rates, by the Missouri State FSA Committee, in determining payments on pasture insurance claims”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “oppose the consolidation of any more Farm Service Agency offices in Missouri”. Motion carried. Federal Issues:  Operations and Marketing: No changes. Federal Issues: Pubic Policy and Government Relations: Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support the addition of heat index information with precipitation for the drought monitor for determining qualifications for the Livestock Forage Program (LFP) and pasture loss”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support NRCS and Extension making the loss determination for NAP loss on pastures rather than hay policies”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support a determination be made by on-farm adjusters for NAP consistent with other crops instead of basing the loss off of hay policies”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “oppose the U.S. Department of Labor’s attempts to restrict youth from working in the agriculture industry”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “support the efforts by youth to gain agriculture employment opportunities and experiences”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded a new resolution to “oppose further regulation by EPA on coal burning plants”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded to amend line 139 to read “we support alternative means to generate power”. Motion carried. Commendations: Moved and seconded to amend line 153 with “commend Dr. Taylor Woods, Gene Danekas and Frank Farmer for their service and leadership to the Missouri dairy industry and other boards”. Motion carried. Moved and seconded to approve the 2012 resolutions as presented.  Motion carried. Moved and seconded to continue the Dairy Forum in Springfield. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 4:15 p.m. PAGE 8


2012 MDA RESOLUTIONS (ratified 1/27/12)

1. Mission Statement: The Missouri Dairy Association, an organization of dairy producers, is 2. committed to promote, protect and enhance the Missouri dairy industry by working to insure the 3. profitability of dairy producers. State Issues 4. Oppose regulations on volatile organic compounds, dust, noise, odor on Ag operations in Missouri.  1/26/07 5. Support voluntary country or state of origin labeling on fresh meat, dairy and other agricultural products.  2/07/03 6. Support the Missouri Unfair Milk Practices Act in its present form.   10/21/98 7. Support the regulation of agriculture being limited to state jurisdiction and we do not believe local 8. jurisdiction, such as county commissioners and county health ordinances should be allowed to regulate 9. agriculture.   10/22/97 10. Continue to oppose any regulations, environmental or health, that are stricter than 11. Federal regulations and educate County Commissioners.  1/25/08 12. Oppose any legislation or ballot issue that restricts or diminishes livestock production in the state of 13. Missouri, and support new initiatives concerning livestock security and Bio and Eco-terrorism, to: 14. Strengthen the penalties for anyone involved in livestock theft and terrorist activities 15. affecting the agricultural industry. Provide increased coordination of local, state, and federal officials 16. to more effectively monitor and respond to these threats. Give producers increased protections against false 17. and derogatory statements or ballot issues that would damage or endanger a producer’s livelihood, 18. product, property, or diminishes livestock production practices.  1/25/08 23. Support incentives for new and existing dairy producers in the Missouri 24. Department of Economic Development’s programs.  2/25/00 25. Oppose efforts to increase property taxes on agricultural land in Missouri. 1/29/10 26. Solicit political support for economic development assistance for dairy in Missouri.  9/17/00 MDA Board 28. Support all Agriculture related initiatives (crop or livestock) that will result 29. in economic development in Missouri be eligible for state tax credit programs.  2/07/03 31. Support and join “The Coalition to Preserve the Missouri River”.   6/15/00 MDA Board 32. Request DNR to develop a general permit which would cover small milk processing operations in Missouri.  3/23/00 MDA Board 34. Enhance the management knowledge of dairy farmers by focusing on new and 35 .innovative production practices and technologies.  2/25/00 36. Support management education opportunities at dairy meetings.  2/25/00 37. Support purpose and activities of the Missouri Dairy Growth Council, to formulate an action plan to build the 38. dairy industry in Missouri, utilize a broad coalition of stakeholders, provide the resources to implement the 39. plan, and gain the authority to proceed.  2/6/04 41. Support the concept of establishing a service to help match beginning .farmers with retiring farmers to 42. continue the family farm business.  2/23/01 43. Support the one tenth sales tax for Missouri parks and soils 1/28/11 45. The University of Missouri Extension Commercial Agriculture Program is providing valuable information for 46. agriculture and the Missouri dairy industry.  We recommend increased funding and support of this valuable program.  1/27/06 49. Support the Missouri REC position on annexation.  1/28/05 50. Support establishing standards for acceptable levels of stray voltage. 2/01/02 51. Support policy which improves Missouri’s competitive advantage in retaining and attracting agriculture and 52. ag-related businesses and enhances Missouri’s position in the global marketplace.  2/01/02 54.  Support retaining positions for state and regional dairy Extension specialists.   1/26/07 55.  Support joining the new coalition of Missouri farm groups. 1/29/10 PAGE 9


56. Support state environmental rules and regulations must be based on sound scientific evidence and not put 57. into effect without a cost-benefit, economic- .impact study. The burden of proof shall be on the 58. governmental entity promulgating the rule or regulation to prove the rule or regulation is necessary to 59. prevent specific circumstances or conditions causing harm to human health or the environment.  2/01/02 62. Support MASBDA issuance of tax credits for individuals pursuing value added agriculture opportunities and 63. we feel livestock conversion of grain to milk and other food products should be regarded as value-added for funding.  1/27/06 65. Support the development of animal disease research facilities and diagnostic biosecurity level III capabilities 66. to help protect our livestock and support the efforts to increase diagnostic and animal disease research for 67. the protection of our livestock.  2/07/03 69. Support General Revenue funding of the state’s Johnes program.  1/26/07 70. Support Missouri’s current statues on the sale of raw milk and encourage the Missouri State Milk Board to 71. inspect facilities of producers who sell raw milk. 1/29/10 72. Support efforts to make voter passed referendum actions be of no negative budget impact to local or state 73. budgets. If such actions have an impact then the referendum shall include language detailing funding 74. details which shall also be passed by a vote of the people. 1/28/11 76. Support the continued annual review of the livestock stocking rate, by the Missouri State FSA Committee, in 77. determining payments on pasture loss. 1/27/12 78. Support increasing the weight limits with a 5,000 pound variance for hauling milk. 1/27/12 79. Support State Veterinarian’s efforts on controlling trichomoniasis in Missouri. 1/27/12 80. Oppose the consolidation of any more Farm Service Agency offices in Missouri. 1/27/12 81. Oppose HSUS’s effort with “Our Vote Counts” in the state. 1/27/12 82. Support continuing the Dairy Forum in Springfield. 1/27/12 Federal Issues: Operations and Marketing 83. Support the concept of eliminating the current Dairy Product Price Support Program and Milk Income Loss 84. Contract Program and using the available funds to create an actuarially sound and fiscally responsible 85. national margin insurance program. 1/28/11 86. We support a tiered, step down lowering, of the somatic cell count regulatory limit for Grade A milk from 87. 750,000 cells to 400,000 cells. 1/28/11 89. Encourage dairy farmer support of the Beef Checkoff Program.  2/25/00 90. Support labeling of reconstituted Class I milk.  2/1/02 91. Support the Federal Milk Marketing Order Program reform and tightening pooling regulations.  1/28/11 92. Oppose voluntary participation in the sharing of higher use pool funds.  1/28/05 93. Support reducing or eliminating the make allowance on all dairy products .that receive a make allowance. 1/28/11 95. Support increasing minimum milk solids to current California standards. 1/28/11 96. Oppose the labeling of soy-based beverages as “milk”.  2/25/00 97. Oppose the use of imported dried milk proteins in cheese production.   2/1/02 98. Support stronger regulations regarding performance standards of pooled plants.  2/1/02 101. Support further restrictions on the pooling of milk that cause a negative impact on 102. Class I utilization which generates lower prices paid to dairy farmers. 1/27/12 103. Actively oppose any change by USDA for the purchase prices of butter, .nonfat dry milk, and cheese under 104. the Milk Price Support Program if the .change results in lowering producer income.  2/01/02 106. Encourage USDA to aggressively find new markets for the inventories of dairy products.  1/26/07 108. Support the maximum utilization of the Dairy Export Incentive Program (DEIP).   1/26/07 109. Oppose supply management programs that would hinder the ability of existing dairies to expand or new 110. dairies to be constructed.   2/01/02 111. Support modifications to the current Federal Milk Marketing Order structure and the 112. formulas and price classes used to compute milk prices to better reflect current market conditions. 1/29/10 112. Support changing the Federal Order System to pay on components for 5, 6 and 7.  1/25/08 PAGE 10


113. Support the current dairy check off program and oppose a mandatory .referendum.  2/07/03 117. Oppose the introduction of raw milk from Canada into the U.S.  2/07/03 118. Support correcting the “loop hole” in the U.S. tariff schedule for trade in certain articles classified as milk 119. protein concentrates (MPCs) and casein products.  2/07/03 121. Oppose a Free Trade Agreement with New Zealand that allows more New Zealand dairy products to be imported into the U.S.   1/28/05 122. Support dairy trade with Cuba.   1/27/12 Federal Issues: Public Policy and Government Relations 124. Support tax laws that provide:  fair and equitable treatment to farmers; inheritance taxes which allow 125. farmers to pass their business to family members;  protection to farmers on the necessary tangible 126. components of a dairy operation;  enhanced capital gains treatment on family farm assets;  for .farmers to 127. use income averaging; and, a permanent 10% Investment Tax .Credit (ITC) targeted to equipment and livestock.  8/19/99 130. Support voluntary Johnes eradication with federal funding.  2/23/01 131. Oppose any attempt to eliminate any part of the current funding in the Farm Bill for Johnes eradication.  1/27/06 132. Support an increase in funding for Johnes Diseases.  1/27/06 134. Favor an accelerated national eradication program for brucellosis.  We support a research program to 135. develop a better vaccine for both cattle and calves.  We oppose reducing available funds from the state or 136. national eradication programs.  We commend the Missouri Department of Agriculture for its efforts in 137. obtaining a Class free brucellosis rating for Missouri..  We encourage producers to voluntarily vaccinate.  1/27/06 140. Support voluntary national animal traceability. 1/28/11 141. Support the Electoral College process of electing our U.S. president and vice-president.  2/23/01 142. Oppose the EPA greenhouse tax proposal on all livestock.  1/30/09 143. Support increased funding for the Environmental Quality Incentive Program 144.(EQIP) part of the Farm Bill and maintain at least 60% of the funding in Missouri for the livestock industry.  2/07/03 146. We are concerned over the loss of approved modern technologies for dairy production and therefore feel 147. that dairymen should be compensated for this loss.   1/25/08            148. Oppose deceptive marketing and promotion and/or label claims pertaining to dairy .and other food products, without scientific proof 149. and testing, implying superiority when compared to other products not bearing such claims.  1/25/08 151. Support strict enforcement of the federal Packers and Stockyards Act.   152. Furthermore, we oppose any further restrictions on livestock marketing in Missouri that could adversely 153. impact marketing options for livestock producers. 154. Support Congressional authority on the CO2 decision and other environmental 155.issues. 1/29/10 156. We appreciate the dairy producers who have participated to date in the Cooperatives Working Together 157. (CWT) program.  Their efforts to produce a safe, wholesome, product at reasonable profit levels are to be 158. commended.  We support 159.100% participation in the CWT working program.   1/30/09 160. We support alternative means to generate power.  1/27/12 161. We support the efforts of all groups in establishing additional nuclear energy in Missouri. 1/28/11 162. We oppose further regulation by EPA on coal burning plants. 1/27/12 163. Support the Vision and Mission of the American Farmers for the Advancement and Conservation of Technology (AFACT).  1/25/08 163. Oppose Cap and Trade legislation that would drive dairy production costs up now and in the future. 164. Support legislation to clarify that livestock production was not intended to be included in CERCLA or EPCA.  1/27/06 165. Oppose the removal of the word “navigable” from the Clean Water Restoration Act SB 787. 1/29/10 166. Support legislation that would indemnify dairy producers with aflatoxin in their milk if it is not marketable.  1/27/06 168. While we feel milk is safe and nutritious, we oppose marketing of milk from cloned cows and thus the necessity of using promotion 169. funds to combat consumer resistance to dairy products associated with milk from cloned dairy cattle.  1/30/09 171. Encourage the processors to be more aggressive in the introduction of milk vending machines and single PAGE 11


172. serve enhanced containers. 1/26/07 173. Support the exclusion of dairy in the Southeast Asia Free Trade Agreement which would allow unrestricted 174. imports of dairy products from New Zealand. 1/29/10 175. Support the review of IRS tax exempt status of non profit groups who do lobbying. 1/29/10 177. Support the addition of heat index information with precipitation for the drought .monitor for determining 178. qualifications for the Livestock Forage Program (LFP) and pasture loss. 1/27/12 179. Support NRCS and Extension making the loss determination for NAP loss on pastures rather than hay policies. 1/27/12 180. Support a determination be made by on-farm adjusters for NAP consistent with other crops instead of 181. basing the loss off of hay policies. 1/27/12 182. Oppose the U.S. Department of Labor’s attempts to restrict youth from working in the agriculture industry. 1/27/12 183. Support the efforts by youth to gain agriculture employment opportunities and experiences. 1/27/12 Commendations 184. Commend Dr. Taylor Woods, Gene Danekas and Frank Farmer for their service and leadership to the 187. Missouri dairy industry and other boards.  1/27/12

Missouri Dairy Association Board of Directors Larry Purdom (Alice) President Route 2, Box 245 Purdy, MO 65734 417/442-3846 cell: 417/235-9650 fax: 417/442-7009 District 7 Director

Kenneth Lenz (Marian) Vice President 8101 Quarles Drive Bunceton, MO 65237 660/427-5362 cell: 660/621-3019 fax: 660/838-6632 malenz@iland.net District 4 Director

Kevin Frankenbach (Sue) Secretary 6207 County Road 258 Hannibal, MO 63401 573/221-6843 cell: 573/248-9309 kfrank@rallstech.com District 2 Director

Larry Schmidt (Carolyn) Treasurer 216 Hwy JJ Laredo, MO 64652 660/286-2156 mooocows@grm.net District 1 Director

David Hutsell (Tamme) 4536 Indian Grove Road Hartville, MO 65667 417/741-6793 cell: 417/464-3135 d.hutsell@yahoo.com District 6 Director

Pat Wheat Route 1, Box 485 Van Zant, MO 65711 417/948-7321 cellL 417/327-4854 At Large Director

Stacey McCallister (Ingrid) 8458 Hwy 38 Mountain Grove, MO 65711 417/668-5504 cell: 417/259-1453 s31mccallister@hotmail.com At Large Director

Jay Moreland (Brenda) 21601 E. 227th Street Harrisonville, MO 64701 816/884-3697 cell: 816/258-3353 fax: 816/884-4598 District 3 Director

Lloyd Gunter (Jane) 1148 State Hwy WW Conway, MO 65632 417/589-6845 cell: 417/533-8009 fax: 417/589-2595 District 8 Director

David Melton (Becky) Route 1, Box 47-G Mountain Grove, MO 65711 417/948-2631 cell: 417/259-0395 fax: 417/926-4790 dm.1smp_mg@yahoo.com At Large Director

Craig Westfall 4671 Hwy H Halfway, MO 65663 417/445-2220 cell: 417/770-3350 District 5 Director

Arlen Schwinke (Kay) Director Emeritus Route 1, Box 228 Morrison, MO 65061 573/294-6203 cellL 573/291-3263 arlenkay@dishmail.net

Ex-Officio Dr. Scott Poock University of Missouri A331 Clydesdale Hall Columbia, MO 65211 573/882-6359 office 660/882-3960 home cell: 573/808-3479 fax: 573/884-9139 Poocks@missouri.edu

Executive Director/Secretary Dave Drennan (Karen) 1954 Sumter Ridge Court Chesterfield, MO 63017 636/519-9300 office cell: 314/712-6565 fax: 636/519-1403 dairystl@aol.com

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Sponsored by Missouri Dairy Association, the Commercial Agriculture Program and University of Missouri Extension

February 18-22, 2013

9:30 a.m. Registration and visit exhibitors Coffee, milk and pastries

10:00 a.m. Welcome

10:05 a.m. “Missouri Milk Quality Survey Results—The good, the bad & the ugly”—Dr. Scott Poock, University of Missouri, Commercial Agriculture, Columbia, MO

10:45 a.m. Making DOLLARS Out of Your Forages”—Russ Cooper, Promote Account Manager, sponsored by Vigortone

11:30 a.m. “Dairy Policy—Where Do We Go From Here?”—Dave Drennan, Missouri Dairy Association, Chesterfield, MO

12:00 Noon Lunch and visit with exhibitors (*Bring along a sample of your TMR and for a free particle sort evaluation.)

1:15 p.m. “Mitigating Feed Risk and Stretching Feed Supplies with Low Forage Diets”—Matt Waldron, University of Missouri, Animal Sciences Division, Dairy Nutritionist, Columbia, MO

1:45 p.m. Keith Schwinke, sponsored by Alltech

2:15 p.m. Speaker TBD

3:00 p.m. Adjourn

Registration fee is $20.00 payable at each location. Lunch reservations are needed.   Call the Extension office listed below TODAY for lunch reservations.

Locations:                           

Tuesday, February 19, Springfield Livestock Marketing Center off I-44

Tony Rickard at 417/847-3161

Wednesday, February 20, MSU State Fruit Research Center, Mountain Grove

Ted Probert at 417/741-6134

Thurs., February 21, Cape Girardeau County Extension Office, Jackson

Friday, February 22, Hagie’s Nineteen, 618 North Washington, Union  

Monday, February 18, Pork Palace, State Fair Grounds, Sedalia

Meal Reservations

Extension Office, 660/827-0591

Extension Office, 684 W. Jackson Trail 573/243-3581 Ken Bolte at 636/583-5141

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Do you want your cows On this side of the fence? Or this side?

Photo taken at the end of July 2012 in Shannon County. On the left is a hayfield of native warm season grasses established in 2009; on the right is fescue.

NATIVE GRASSES

• Produce quality summer forage • Are drought tolerant • Provide for wildlife needs

WE CAN HELP. Contact your local Missouri Department of Conservation office, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service office or Soil and Water Conservation District office.


ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: This is the official notice to all members of the Missouri Holstein Association that the annual membership meeting will be held Saturday, January 26, 2013, at The Ramada Oasis Hotel & Convention Center, Springfield, MO, beginning at 10:00 AM, with President Al Brandt presiding.

National Holstein Convention

OFFICIAL NOTICE

July 7 - 11 – Indianapolis, IN

Annual Membership Meeting & Convention Missouri Holstein Association January 25 – 26, 2013 Ramada Oasis Hotel & Conv. Center, Springfield, MO

Delegates Alfred Brandt & Jodi Wright MISSOURI HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011 2012 INCOME 100th MO Anniversary History Book MFA Sires of Distinction Book 2012 National Convention 2012 Sale Commission Billed to Burton & Assoc. Membership Dues Interest Income Show-Me Futurity and Fall Sale Show-Me Futurity Show-Me Fall Sale Field Day Junior Activities Convention Auction Spring Show Web Page Advertising

$8,629 1,966 231,957 9,156 7,712 671 3,100

209 books 59 books

3,100 0

$3,745 13,164 8,074 1,033 142,256

2,600 139,656 400 6,754 2,683 2,455 500

$274,628

$181,064

$225 247 27,667 1,899 126 162 470 2,709 222 1,000 8,200 182,106 594 1,681 816 65 500 0 300

$225 263 346 127 29 268 2,476 218 1,000 8,200 7,573 499 1,324 209 65 500 250 300

1,640 1,650 (10)

146,167 3,350 142,817

2,369 809 3,800 1,963 536 894 407

2,630 1,445 3,014 1,807 0 826 381

1,010

Total Expenses

810

236,936

Change in net assets

176,614

37,692

Net assets, beginng of year Net assets, end of year

2011 107 books

400 6,715 2,462 1,410 450

Total Income EXPENSES Accounting Administrative and general 100th Anniversary History Book MFA Sires of Distinction Book Depreciation Expense District Membership reimbursement Field Day Junior activities Junior member dues Junior Advisor Stipend Management Fee 2012 National Convention Expenses Printing Scholarships, awards, and gifts Awards and gifts Jr. Awards Judging Team sponsorship Princess Scholarship Cow Camp Show-Me Futurity and Fall Sale Show-Me Futurity Show-Me Fall Sale Spring Show Subscriptions (Mid-States) Travel and Office Expense Travel Travel President Office & Phone Postage Web Site

4,450

112,540 $

150,232

108,090 $

112,540

2013 DISTRICT OFFICERS Northeast Central: Crystal Rademacher, president; Roy Parsons, vp; Judy Borman, sec./treas.; Eric Adkins, director. Northwest: Dallas Cornelius, president; Dan Hegeman, vice-president; Debby Cornelius, sec./treas.; Kirby Hanson, director. Southwest: Mike Wilson, president; Nelson Hostetler, vice-pres.; Shannon Wilson-Kleiboeker, sec./treas.; Larry Wright, director. South Central: Tommy Schrivner, president; Justin Nelson, vice-president; Michelle Ramaeker, sec./treas.; Nancy Hamner, director. Southeast: John Schoen, president; Melinda (Schoen) Morrison, v.p.; Cliff Strieker, sec./treas.; Marvin Schoen, director. West Central: Jay Moreland, president; Matt Moreland, vice-president; Marilyn Moreland, sec./treas.; Ed Steele, director. 2013 STATE COMMITTEES Juniors: Janice Perry, chm; Joe & Sylvia McClellan, Chris & Suzanne Lenz, Sherri Peters, Susan Brooks Sale: Mike Wilson, chm; Nelson Hostetler, Jason Ewing, Brad Groves Show: Larry Wright, chm; Janice Ling; Michelle Rameaker; Candy Durst Spring Show: John Denbigh, chair; Eric Adkins; Mike Hackman; Ed Steele Futurity: Becky Durst, chm; Justin Nelson, Eric Ling, Nancy Hamner Resolutions: Jay Moreland, chm; Ed Steele, Ed Wittorff Finance: Harlan Borman, chm; Roy Parsons, Marvin Schoen Awards Committee: Ray Schooley, chmn; John Underwood, Kate Geppert, Marianna Thompson, Nominating: Barry Steevens, Chair; Dallas Cornelius, Robert Perry

2012 Progressive Breeders Registry Awards Groves-View Dairy Robthom Farm

Years Qualified 3 57

% Homebred 87.8 83.6

BAA 107.9 108.2

Milk 32,181 27,607

Fat 1293 976

Protein 976 800

2012 Progressive Genetics Awards Borman Farm Groves-View Dairy Wilson Martin

1st Place 2nd Place & 1st Jr. 3rd Place 4th Place & 2nd Jr. 5th Place, Prod Winner

Years Qualified 16 11 2

Average CTPI 1606 1643 1653

2012 Sho-Me Holstein Futurity ~ 3-Yr Olds

Wrightvale JL Jasper Persy J-Lean Sam Casey C of O Laurin Ann GP-82 Wrightvale JL Jasper Persy Toecky Audacity Anna-Rae GP-83

Larry & Jodi Wright, Clever Kristin Luttrell, Republic College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout Lora Wright, Clever Becky Durst, Huggins PAGE 17


2012 ALL-MISSOURI and JUNIOR ALL-MISSOURI AWARDS

Spring Heifer Calf AM Whitehead Next Aftershock RAM Char-Land Duece Monica JAM Whitehead Next Aftershock RJAM Char-Land Duece Monica

B Whitehead & G Cardwell Karlin Peters B Whitehead & G Cardwell Karlin Peters

Winter Heifer Calf AM Groves-Vu Guthrie Rivera RAM Toecky Elvis Smooch JAM Groves-Vu Guthrie Rivera RJAM J-Lean Madoff Diva

B, G, B, T & K Groves Candy Durst B, G, B, T & K Groves Kristin Luttrell

Fall Heifer Calf AM U-MO Pronto Amelia RAM Willadon Macey JAM Mik-Nels Domino Keila RJAM Radine Sid Cinderella

University of Missouri C. Highfill & B. Whitehead Steven Nelson Sophia Geppert

Summer Yearling Heifer AM Char-Land Sanchez Sake RAM Ram-Elle Force Allison JAM Char-Land Sanchez Sake RJAM Ram-Elle Force Allison

Jacob Peters K,E,L Wantland Jacob Peters K,E,L Wantland

Spring Yearling Heifer AM Mik-Nels Domino Ciara RAM Mi-Wil Atwood Berta JAM Mik-Nels Domino Ciara RJAM Char-Land Sanchez Miles

Steven Nelson Scott Wilson Steven Nelson Austin Moreland

Winter Yearling Heifer AM St-Jacob Aftrshck Amelia-ET RAM Hack Talent Ms Daisy Rae-ET JAM St-Jacob Aftrshck Amelia-ET RJAM Hack Talent Ms Daisy Rae-ET

Steven Nelson Nora Hackmann Steven Nelson Nora Hackmann

Fall Yearling Heifer AM HBD-Jons Braxton Inka-ET RAM Wrightvale E Elvis Datoma JAM HBD-Jons Braxton Inka-ET RJAM LC-MLG Debonair Tiara-Red

Blake Wright Josh & Colton Highfill Blake Wright Bailey Groves

Junior Best 3 Females AM McLean Farm RAM Robthom Farm

Senior 2 Year-Old Cow AM Whitehead Astro Coco RAM Voskamp Debonair Haylie-Red JAM Whitehead Astro Coco RJAM JL-Kel-Land Lindsy 429

B, L, T Whitehead Voskamp Farms B, L, T Whitehead K, E, L Wantland

Junior 3 Year-Old Cow Matt Brown/Colton Highfill AM Ms Highlane Zenith Ashlyn RAM L&M Rampage RedApple-Red-ET Tom & Sandra McMullin

Senior 3 Year-Old Cow AM Wrightvale JL Aspen Jewelry RAM Robthom Linzee Baxter JAM McClellan Wesley Ashley

Larry & Jodi Wiright Janice Ling Katelyn McClellan

4 Year-Old Cow AM Robthom Lilah Lou RAM Radine Damion Margie-ET JAM Yortons Adam Halley RJAM McClellan Bo Reese

Kelsey Ling University of Missouri Steven Nelson Audrey McClellan

5 Year-Old Cow AM Robthom Rachel Kiel RAM Ms Hack SS Ella Rae-Red-ET JAM Lucky 7 Avalanche Reba

Janice Ling Nora Hackmann Nancy Jackson

Aged Cow AM RAM JAM RJAM

Steven Nelson K, E, L Wantland Steven Nelson K, E, L Wantland

Mik-Nels Lheros Joett Viethsons Outside Sheryl Mik-Nels Lheros Joett Viethsons Outside Sheryl

125,000 lb. Cow Class AM Robthom Amarilo Ramses RAM Mi-Wil Silver Miranda

Janice Ling Scott Wilson

Produce-Of-Dam AM Kamps-Hollow Afire-Red-ET RAM Toecky Maurice Syriana

Cole McMullin Candy Durst

Daughter-Dam AM L&M Rampage RedApple-Red / L&M Atwood Amanda

Dry Aged Cow AM J-Lean Zenith Spring RAM Mik-Nels Durham Doodle JAM J-Lean Zenith Spring RJAM Mik-Nels Durham Doodle

Kristin Luttrell Steven Nelson Kristin Luttrell Steven Nelson

Dry 3 & 4 Year-Old Cow AM Ram-Elle Turbo Venus RAM J-Lean Sam Casey JAM J-Lean Sam Casey

Robthom Rachel Kiel / Robthom Rae Excellency Janice Ling Best 3 Females AM Robthom Farm RAM Toecky Farm

Michelle Eilenstine Kristin Luttrell Kristin Luttrell

Dairy Herd

Junior 2 Year-Old Cow AM Toecky Ann-Lyss Sanchez RAM A-Grimm S Storm Halo JAM McClellan Mac Aubrey

Becky Durst Ashley Grimm Audrey McClellan

RAM

Tom & Sandra McMullin

Breeders Herd AM Robthom Farm University of Missouri RAM

2011 Cow of the Year: Robthom Jiana Outside-ET, Robthom Farm, Springfield

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MISSOURI HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011 2012 INCOME 100th MO Anniversary History Book MFA Sires of Distinction Book 2012 National Convention 2012 Sale Commission Billed to Burton & Assoc. Membership Dues Interest Income Show-Me Futurity and Fall Sale Show-Me Futurity Show-Me Fall Sale Field Day Junior Activities Convention Auction Spring Show Web Page Advertising

$8,629 1,966 231,957 9,156 7,712 671 3,100

209 books 59 books

3,100 0

Total Income EXPENSES Accounting Administrative and general 100th Anniversary History Book MFA Sires of Distinction Book Depreciation Expense District Membership reimbursement Field Day Junior activities Junior member dues Junior Advisor Stipend Management Fee 2012 National Convention Expenses Printing Scholarships, awards, and gifts Awards and gifts Jr. Awards Judging Team sponsorship Princess Scholarship Cow Camp Show-Me Futurity and Fall Sale Show-Me Futurity Show-Me Fall Sale Spring Show Subscriptions (Mid-States) Travel and Office Expense Travel Travel President Office & Phone Postage Web Site

$3,745

107 books

13,164 8,074 1,033 142,256 2,600 139,656

400 6,715 2,462 1,410 450

400 6,754 2,683 2,455 500

$274,628

$181,064

$225 247 27,667 1,899 126 162 470 2,709 222 1,000 8,200 182,106 594 1,681

$225 263 346

816 65 500 0 300

127 29 268 2,476 218 1,000 8,200 7,573 499 1,324 209 65 500 250 300

1,640 1,650 (10)

146,167 3,350 142,817

2,369 809 3,800 1,963 536 894 407

Total Expenses Change in net assets Net assets, beginng of year Net assets, end of year

2011

$

2,630 1,445 3,014 1,807 0 826 381

1,010

810

236,936

176,614

37,692

4,450

112,540

108,090

150,232

$

112,540


MISSOURI HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011

ASSETS

2012

2011

$50,235 8,715 9,156 72,889 1,196 7,578 149,769

$25,474 5,001

95 0

190 100

95

290

CURRENT ASSETS Cash Cash - Juniors Other receivables: 2012 Nat'l Sale Commission billed Burton & Assoc. Certificates of deposit Certificates of deposit - Juniors I Bonds - Juniors Total Current Assets

72,799 1,184 7,210 111,668

PREPAID ASSETS Secretary Bond - '11 & '12 MDA - Dues 2012 Total Prepaid Assets

FIXED ASSETS Equipment (Junior Food Grill) Fully Depreciated in 2012 Equipment (Junior Laptop Computer) Equipment (Adult Laptop Computer) Less: Accumulated depreciation Total Fixed Assets

199 400 886 (1,117) 368

Total Assets

199 400 886 (903) 582

$150,232

$112,540

$0 0

$0 0

150,232

112,540

$150,232

$112,540

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES Prepaid Membership Total Liabilities

NET ASSETS Total Liabilities and Net Assets

MISSOURI HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION 100th ANNIVERSARY HISTORY BOOK Supporting Statements For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011 & Prior

2012

2011 & Prior

INCOME History Books Shipping

Total Income

209 Books

$8,267 362

107 Books

$3,745 0

8,629

3,745

475 5,000 146 7,694 165 13,904 63 220 0

0 0 737 0 19 0 0 0 336

27,667

1,092

($19,038)

$2,653

EXPENSES General storage Author Travel Expenses Layout Postage Printing Publicity Shipping Books Supplies

Total expenses Change in net assets


MISSOURI HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN ASSOCIATION 2012 National Holstein Convention SUPPORTING STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES Combined Income and Expenses until November 30, 2012 Total

INCOME Fundraising Levels Donor ($1 - $999) Pewter ($1000 - $2499) Bronze ($2500 - $4999) Silver ($5000 - $9999) Gold ($10K - $14999) Platinum ($15K and up) Jr. Convention

$99,760 4,210 21,850 17,000 5,000 30,000 15,000 6,700

Interest - JCPenny CD Publicity Raffle Adult Junior

318 20,598 2,255

29,381

Income Billed Commission - 3%

Ticket Sales Total Income

Family Night Facilities Family Night Transportation Shirts Airport Transportation Hotel Shuttle

$1,960 10,237 684 2,505 2,097 27,015 16,860 385 1,383 2,700 5,688

Host Day

1,058 1,197

Sale

Total

EXPENSES Administrative Banquet Dairy Bar Finance General Hospitality

Activities Transportation

46,503 28,275 18,228

Juniors

20,225 9,156 107,494

259,806

Cardinals Ballgame Fantastic Caverns Fantastic Caverns Transportation Jr. Banquet Jr. Mixer Judge Gifts KC Wolf Raffle T-Shirts

40,023 4,286 2,913 7,471 15,856 1,983 367 4,250 1,697 1,200

Meals - Not associated w/ committee Non-Delegate Tour Tour Costs Transportation

5,019 5,443 3,443 2,000

Pre-Convention Tours Fishing / Floating Heart of the Ozarks Precious Moments Transportation

4,509 1,123 646 240 2,500

Publicity Souvenir Book Convention Publicity

21,071 15,382 5,689

Raffle Registration Sale Cleanup Facilities Feed & Bedding Futures Sale Food Pre-Sale Meal Setup Transportation Vet

Total expenses Change in net assets

311 4,543 19,918 520 7,688 3,017 804 6,101 664 425 700

191,838 $67,968


MISSOURI JUNIOR HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION JUNIOR ACTIVITIES ~ SUPPORTING STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011 2012 INCOME I Bond Interest CD Interest Fundraisers Donated Calf Food Booth Junior Dues National Convention Other Donations: Silent Auction Cash Donations

2011

$368 $10 2,016 1560 456

$305 $12 4,026 3044 982

226 2,907 1,188 769 419

Total Income EXPENSES Activities National Convention Fundraising Expenses Food Booth Office supplies and postage Jr. Advisor Stipend Awards & Gifts Princess Jr & Res All-MO Other Awards & Gifts Printing 4-H Dairy Cow Camp Depreciation Expense (Laptop Computer, Grill)

218 0 2,133 1515 618

6,715

6,694

158 700 146

156 714 115

146

115 117 500 850

129 561 160

0 0 1,306 443 602 261

50 100 88

0 100 85

Total Expenses

2,709

2,476

Change in net assets

4,006

4,218

13,598

9,320

$17,604

$13,538

Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year

MISSOURI JUNIOR HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION JUNIOR ACTIVITIES - JUNIOR AWARDS Supporting Statements Of Activities For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011 2012 INCOME Award Money Junior Dues

2011

$0 226

$20 218

$226

$218

169 25 601 50 25 15 129

45 19 561 50 19 25 443

Total Expenses

1,015

1,161

Change in net assets

($789)

($943)

Total Income EXPENSES Distinguished Junior Highfill Memorial Award Jr & Res. All-Missouri Jr. Futurity Award Kay Bacon Memorial Spring Show Prizes Princess


MISSOURI JUNIOR HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION JUNIOR ACTIVITIES STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION November 30, 2012 and 2011 ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash Certificates of Deposit I-Bonds Total Current Assets

2012

2011

$8,715 1,196 7,578

$5,001 1,184 7,210

17,489

13,395

0

0

0

0

PREPAID ASSETS Prepaid assets Total Prepaid Assets FIXED ASSETS Equipment - Laptop Computer Less: Accumulated depreciation Equipment - Grill - fully depreciated 2012 Less: Accumulated depreciation Total Fixed Assets Total Assets LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES Total Liabilities NET ASSETS Total Liabilities and net assets

400 (285) 199 (199)

400 (228) 199 (168)

115

203

$17,604

$13,598

$0

$0

17,604

13,598

$17,604

$13,598

MISSOURI JUNIOR HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION JUNIOR ACTIVITIES - FOOD BOOTH Supporting Statements of Activities ~ For the Years Ended November 30, 2012 and 2011

2012 INCOME Spring Show food booth State Sale food booth Other food booth's - Field Day 2012 Total Income EXPENSES Spring Show State Sale Other food booth's - Field Day 2012 Total Expenses Change in net assets

2011

$156 0 300

$554 428 0

456

982

58 0 89

115 0 0

147

115

$310

$867


National Junior Holstein Convention Awards 2012

Junior Dairy Bowl Team 2012: Captain Jacob Peters, Holt, Austin Moreland, Harrisonville, Steven Nelson, Grovespring, Jake Lenz, Prairie Home. Coach Janice Perry National Folding Display Contest 2012: Taylor Groves, Billings-Leading Ladies Of Holstein History; Rosie Lenz, Prarie Home: All we Have we Owe to Udders – Jr. Division 3rd Place Creative Katelyn McClellan, Willow Springs-Embryo Transfer- Jr. Division 2nd Place Creative; Dalton Smith, Rolla, - Sire Selection & Management in the AI Industry; Gabriella Gardner, Billings – Marketing Dairy Products National Junior Jeopardy Contest 2012: Taylor Groves, Billings and Blake Wright, Clever National Intermediate Jeopardy Contest 2012: Bailee Whitehead, Conway – 3rd Place National Banner Contest 2012: Bailey Groves, Billings National Digital Scrapbook Contest 2012: Lora Wright, Clever – 1st Place Prepared Public Speaking 2012: Jr. Division: 2nd Place: Lora Wright, Clever – Robotic Milking Systems, Is this the Wave of the Future?; Lauren Whitehead, Conway – Flavored Milk in Schools; Audrey McClellan, Willow Springs- Public Perception of Milk Pricing Penny Wars: Missouri – 1st Place

Missouri State Junior Awards 2012

Missouri Holstein Princess 2012: Brittany Groves, Billings Spring Classic Scholarship 2012: None Awarded Missouri Holstein Little Miss 2012: Audrey McClellan, Willow Springs Distinguished Junior 2011-Jr Division: Lora Wright, Clever Kay Bacon Memorial Award (11th): Lora Wright, Lin-Max-JM Pronto Noel Jr Grand Champ 4-H/FFA State Fair Mark Highfill Memorial Award (9th): Grace Hilgenberg, Neosho, Roslem Gibson Marcy Grand Champ 4-H/FFA State Fair

2012 Membership Report

Northeast District Northwest District South Central District Southeast District Southwest District West Central District TOTAL

2012

2011

41 7 39 7 89 23 206

35 8 39 7 96 23 208

2010

2009

2008

45 12 43 6 93 26 225

42 13 45 6 92 24 222

42 14 50 7 99 27 239

2012 Missouri Holstein Budget

INCOME Membership $8,500 Interest 1,000 Fall Sale 0 Futurity 2,000 Field Day 2,000 Spring Show 2,500 Spring Calf Sale 0 Web Page Advertising 1,500 Know What You Buy Sale 0 Convention Auction 2,500 Total $20,000 MEMBERSHIP MEETING

EXPENSES Management & Jr. Advisor Travel & Office Accounting, Postage, Admin. Mid-States Subscriptions Scholarships, awards, gifts Fall Sale and Futurity Field Day Spring Show & Calf Sale History Book Website

Total

$9,200 4,600 2,000 2,500 1,500 2,000 1,500 2,500 0 1,200 $27,000

Missouri Holstein Association: Saturday, January 28, 2012, Springfield, MO

President, Al Brandt calls the meeting to order at 10:15am. Approximately 70 members & guests present. Dave Drennan welcomed everyone and thanked the 38 exhibitors that helped sponsor the event. Dave reminded everyone that if they received 10 exhibitor signatures then Dave would mail them a $20 visa gift card. Missouri Dairy Association voted to return to Springfield for the Dairy Forum in 2013 on the last Friday and Saturday of January. MDA will look into making the event a four-state affair next year inviting: KS, OK, and AR. Kate Geppert moved and Marvin Schoen 2nd to accept 2011 minutes. Motion passes. Jodi Wright reviewed financial statements. Approved as presented. DISTRICT, STATE & NATIONAL REPORTS Northwest: Fritz Hegeman reported on district show with Andrew County fair. PAGE 19


Southwest: Mike Wilson reported that the 2012 SW district show will be held in conjunction with the state fair due to the National Convention. Robthom was the 2010 Cow of the Year winner and congratulated Groves-View Dairy on receiving the Young Distinguished Breeder award. West Central: Jay Moreland reported district show held at Butler had great attendance. The date for 2012 is July 14. South Central: Joe McClellan reported a great district show with the Mtn Grove fair with 50 head. Grand-Michelle Ramaeker. The 2012 date is June 15. Southeast: Marvin Schoen announced that they have a new member, Lohman farms. Northeast Central: Kate Geppert reported the district show was held with Spring Show. Sophie had Jr champion, Borman’s had Grand. Rademachers will host the district picnic in October 2012. State Fair: Kate G. reports that the rules have been updated to be in line with World Dairy Expo and PDCA. They have been combined and streamlined. Make note of new rules. The Ayrshires should have gone on probation, but in order to help save the breed they have combined the Ayrshires with the Milking Shorthorns into ‘All Other Breeds’. A breed is to have a 3 year average of 30 head. There is a problem with premiums. Dairy has overspent for many years. Two breeds went over money allocations (Holstein, and ?). The Fair has sent proposed changes. It has been agreed to go to a point system to allocate all of the premiums. Discussion on the system ensued. General concession is to go to a 2 to 1 ratio for milk cows and heifers. Amount given for each place can’t be determined until after all the shows (divided by number of head showed). Question: Where does the money for the milk go? It goes to MDA to pay for the milk crew, supplies, and repairs. They have to sell Grade C and pay substantial transpiration. Some years there is a surplus that goes to MDA. They are trying to get the leftover for the fair and premiums. Field Representative: Callie Unruh gave the field representative report. Holstein had a record year in 2011. There will be a discount on genomic tests if in complete: 15-50=3% off, 51 & over=7% off. There was a staff conference in AZ and new things are going to be introduced. Holstein is not raising rates this year. Dairy Hall: Awards given February 10th, Columbia. Awards are as follows: Dairy Leader- Wilbur Feagan, CEO of F & H Food Equipment Company, Springfield; Distinguished Dairy Cattle Breeder- Ron and Patty DeLong, Marionville, MO and Larry Purdom, Purdy, MO; Meritorious Service-Gary Estes, , Auctioneer and Dairy Farmer, Rogersville; Pioneer Leader – Paul Selken Smithton, F.W.A. Vesper, St. Louis. University Extension: Ted Probert gave the extension report. Bill Lambertson is the Interim Leader. Dairy staff include: Ted, Tony, Stacy, Dr. Poock, Joe Horner, and Joe Zoutwich. Dairy Profit seminars in mid-Feb. Several studies going on at Mt. Vernon. Dairy Judging camp will be in Springfield, July 22-24. Dairy Shrine: Ray Schooley spoke on behalf of the National Dairy Shrine. Encouraged everyone who isn’t a member to pay $50 lifetime member fee that funds scholarships for young people. Also need to nominate more people from MO for awards. COMMITTEE REPORTS: Show/Spring Show: Mike Wilson reported to utilize state fair photographer again and to contact Lexie and Ella Wright. If a member wants to contribute to the state fair exhibitor meal, it would be most welcome. Derek Page didn’t show last year and no one took it on. It was well appreciated. Committee asks that all members follow the rules for any show that they attend and to be mature adults that represent our association well. Southern National: April 10-14. Going to keep All-MO point system. Michelle Ramaeker volunteered to keep track of points. District secretaries are responsible for getting correct info into Jodi. State Fair=20; Spring Show=15; District show=10. Spring Show: John Denbigh reported that the show is Saturday, March 31. We are not inviting other breeds and fees will be the same, no calf sale. Show starts at 10am and MU will have straw available this year for $3/bale. Clinton County sale is the same day. Janice Ling would like the show committee to discuss the possibility of moving the Spring Show to the southern part of the state. 100th Anniversary Book: Marianna Thomson reported on the book progress. She stated it all worked together with the National Convention. Pre-orders are at 119 books and the reduced price of $35 is available until March 15. People need to check the lists and submit anything they have by the first week in Feb. There are about 60 herd biographies making 200 pages. The rest will be history to total around 500 pages. The final cost of the book will be around $40 and they are exploring other online sales, Holstein World, Convention Webpage, and Holstein International. The estimated printing and layout cost is $21,000 for a 500 page book. This bid is 750 copies, but the bids with lower copy counts were actually higher in cost. It will be soft cover and any cover ideas need to go to Mary Angelo. Plan to present book at ceremony at National Convention – this is also good for FFA and home libraries. There was discussion on the book cost and finance committee expressed concern. If the convention makes money that would cover the deficit of the book, given that the two really go hand in hand. Brad Groves moves and Shirley Best 2nd to continue with the book. One nay vote – motion passes. Sale: Dean Dohle discussed the 2011 state sale and thanked everyone for the fine lineup of cattle that looked really good for the sale. The drought and recovery from low milk prices and higher fitting costs were factors in the sale losing money. The committee recommends that Missouri not have a fall sale in 2012, since we’ll just complete the National Convention sale. It was suggested to look into a spring sale and asking Jersey to include some cattle as well. Futurity: Becky Durst gave the 2011 report and since there is going to be no state sale they needed to find a location for futurity. Robthom volunteered to be the host in mid-September. They do not have any entries this year in the contest. The recommendation of the committee is to have it at Robthom as a show and field day combined. Judge suggestions were Leo Hoff and Janice Ling (only one judge). Do not announce anything about animals as they enter ring, but do all of the announcements at the end. If a jr enters an animal at age 21, is it still a jr animal when it is showed and the jr is now 24? There was a lot of discussion on this. This situation has not happened yet, but could in the future. Larry Wright moves the futurity adopt the same rules as the Holstein Assoc. Matt Day 2nd. Therefore once a jr turns 21 they can finish their year as a jr, but following that they become an adult member. Motion passes. National Convention: Barry announces we are nearing hosting the National Convention June 25-30, 2012. Barry also needs bus riders that like to give information about the area. Each committee gave a report: 1. Finance – Letters were sent and they are now calling companies to receive commitment. 50K is committed at this point, goal is still 150K. Committee in need of contacts with local Springfield companies. Also need contact with Case IH and Bass Pro. 2. Banquet/President's Reception - An Evening banquet of Prime Rib is planned with Jim Spain as the MC. Open doors at 4:30 and start at 5pm if hotel is able. Cash bar and greeting with President. Decorations Route 66 theme, Trivia card game and ice breaker around each table. 3. Dairy Bar – Stacy Dohle had to resign and Gail Groves is new co-chair. They have all the ice cream donated through Schwan’s, and they will park a truck to store things. Expect to get milk, cheese, yogurt from Hiland. Need to contact them. Local orchard will provide blueberries and peaches for free. Will maybe need to purchase crackers, plates, napkins, etc. Hopefully less than $1,000. Gail working with volunteers.

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Host Day - Two adult tours: A-Century Farms Tour: Robthom, Groves, College of the Ozarks, Showboat Branson Bell, and return. B-Country Adventure & Robthom: Bass Pro, Robthom, PFI, Showboat Branson Bell. Junior Host Day: Silver Dollar City Reserving 500 tickets for boat and SDC. Need people to help on busses. Cost per person about $55 (20-bus and 35-Showboat). Recommend keeping ticket prices the same. 5. Publicity - Working on souvenir booklet. Established ad rates and reduced rates with Holstein World, DAT, and Mid-States. Letters have gone out to businesses, breeder letters shortly. MO Breeders get webpage to National Convention website. Plan to have video farm footage on busses and farm tour guide. Website always being updated and need committee information. We have a facebook page as well. 6. Juniors - Wednesday – Luncheon with KC Wolf and Dance/mixer at hotel; Thursday - Host day Silver Dollar City. Costs are around $55 for ticket and bus. Leave at 7:45 am and busses for people to come back early if need to. $10 lunch ticket to be included. Friday - Dance at Fantastic Caverns; Saturday – Jr Awards Luncheon and Baseball game. They have reserved 150 in the Redbird Roost and could do another 50 more. 7. Transportation - working with Fisk for transportation. Budgeting high due to unknown gas prices. Members concerned about Fisk not wanting to travel at all on farm driveways. Committee going to look into that. Going to be a large expense. 8. Hospitality - Members of Missouri will wear Gold shirts to be easily recognized by participants. Polos $12 or t-Shirts. Family Night is at the ballpark – fun without a game. Full access to field, home run derby, mascot, inflatable’s, food and car show out front. Working on Airport greeting, adult and jr bags, and photo location for juniors. 9. Registration – Working with programmer to have registration available online for $1000. Mark Witherspoon and Mid-South will accept company items to be stuffed into the welcome bags. His staff will assist in the stuffing. All material needs to be to him by May 15. Close ticket sales June 1, $50 late fee. Tour ticket sales close June 15 to firm up ticket sales, pay Showboat and SDC and bus numbers. Original committee and chairs will rotate through registration desk when they are not busy with their own committee or tours. 10. Pre-Convention Tour – Tuesday tour: Lake Taneycomo water adventure tour – 1 large bus – float trip and then fishing. Wednesday Tours: Heart of the Ozarks – DFA Research & Development, Best-Sunrise (lunch), Laura Ingalls Wilder. Also on Wednesday - Precious Moments and Pythian Castle. $34 / person for bus – additional for meal, license, etc. 11. Non-Delegate Activity - Branson Landing and ride on Branson Scenic Railroad Leaving at 7am and returning by 3pm. Lunch on own at landing 27.95 is the Railroad cost and we can have it refunded on tickets we don’t need. Plan to limit the tour to two busses or 100 tickets. They will need to go ahead and purchase the tickets to hold seats. 12. Sale – Working with Burton & Associates. Live sale in Juanita K on 29th at 7pm with 80 live head, futures sale in hotel on Thursday evening with 20 head with a game component. Larry passing around list if you want people to come look at consignments. Michelle Ramaeker coordinating volunteers. Saving money on busses. Sarah Damroe is going to be in area week before Southern National for picturing. 13. Transportation – Ted and Tony working with all the tours. Make sure they know your bus needs or you won’t have them available. Going to have small busses for Family Night and Sale. Also plan shuttle service between hotels. Will have additional airport shuttle busses during peak days and on Sunday. The hotel has one airport shuttle. They are working with Fisk to contract all of the large and small busses. 14. Raffle – Janice Perry talked about the hand carved boxes. Juniors going to draw for an I-pad and then the box. Have a large box if adults want to buy and fill with stuff for a raffle. Jodi moves and Shiela Groves 2nd to buy large box and raffle for adults. Passes – one nay. Juniors: Brittany Groves gave Jr report. The juniors are gearing up to host National Convention. Voted to pay Janice Perry her stipend of $500 from jr funds. Had a good year with calf sales/raffle and basket sales to make up for the past couple of years. Thank you. Groves dairy offered to donate the next calf. District baskets will be sold at next year’s state convention since there is no state sale. The jrs decided on what National contests everyone wanted to participate in. The juniors are going to set aside $1000 of their money for National Convention registration help. It will be a maximum of $50 each individual or divided among those who attend. Jr. points remain the same for the Jr All-MO. The jrs are going to donate to cow camp and encourage participation in Futurity. New officers: President, Brittany Groves; Vice-Pres, Breezy Gardner; Sec, Audrey McClellan; Co-Reporters, Lauren Whitehead, Austin & Blake Moreland; Historian: Lora Wright. OLD BUSINESS: Paul Selken Award: Was not awarded at state fair. State Fair Jr Sale of Champions: That has been dropped and money has been raised to give extra premiums to the Grand Champions and Supreme of each junior show. Distinguished Service Award: To be presented at the National Convention to Barry Steevens and Darrell Robertson. NEW BUSINESS: Field Day: Can have with Futurity at Robthom in September. Budget Report: James Penn and Roy Parsons report on the budget. Budget as follows. Roy recommended that the 10K Southwest District CD should be separated from the state account in the future. The budget does not contain the National Convention and it does contain the state sale (before knowing it wasn’t going to happen). After convention some things need to be changed. Sue moves, Dean Dohle 2nd to accept 2012 budget. Resolutions: Jay Moreland read 2011 resolutions. Jay M. moves to accept. SueAnn S. seconded. Passes. Nominating Committee: Barry Steevens repots the slate to stay the same for second year. Announcements: Announced awards by National Holstein Distinguished Young Holstein Breeder award due Feb. 28. ; thank you notes received by association. The 40 year members of Kenneth & Darlene Nold, Union Star & Mark Thomson, Springfield. Awards and meal: Adult & Jr. All-MO awards given: Holstein Princess, Brittany Groves; Holstein Miss, Audrey McClellan; Distinguished Jr Member – Jr Division winner: Lora Wright, Clever. No Spring Classic given. Cow of the Year: Robthom Jiana Outside, Robthom-Janice Ling, Springfield. Thanked Jr donators: Leland & Sandy Thornhill, Greg Lenz, and Brad Groves. Also recognized Brad Groves and Groves-View Dairy for winning the 2011 National Holstein Distinguished Young Breeder Award Al thanks everyone for coming. Meeting adjourned. Respectfully Submitted, Jodi Wright PAGE 21


2011 RESOLUTIONS MISSOURI HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting, Saturday, January 29, 2011 Springfield, MO The committee met and recommends the following resolutions for your consideration at the 96th annual convention of the Missouri Holstein Association. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association expresses its sincere appreciation to the MDA and Dave Drennan for their work and organization of the 2012 Missouri Dairy Forum. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association expresses thanks to each and every member who has volunteered their talent and time for the success of the past years activities. Be it resolved: That Sue Ann Steele, Mid States News editor; Kate Geppert, associate editor, and Jodi Wright, secretary treasurer be commended for their hard work and diligent efforts. Be it resolved: That the Missouri Holstein Association expresses thanks to Paul Heins and family, Heins Dairy for hosting the 2011 Field Day. Whereas the Missouri Holstein Association is sincerely interested and considers itself a vital part of the dairy industry in the State of Missouri, be it resolved that the members individually and the corporate associations pledge support and offer its leadership to the following: 1. Mark Witherspoon and Mid-South Dairy Records. 2. Dave Drennan and the Missouri Dairy Association. 3. Missouri State Department of Agriculture, under the direction of Jon Hagler and his staff, including the animal health department, the director of the Missouri State Fair and especially Kate Geppert. 4. The University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources: Rex Ricketts and the Commercial Ag Program, and the entire dairy extension specialist team. The Midwest Dairy Association and the National Dairy Board with special commendation to Mike Kruger and Stacy Dohle. Be it resolved: That the Missouri Holstein Association support and encourage Dr. Barry Steevens as he chairs the 2012 National Holstein Convention and all the committee chairs and members as they prepare for the convention. 5. The 4-H and FFA youth organizations through their educational and leadership building experiences. 6. Be it further resolved that our Association continue to underwrite, support, and encourage participation in the district shows, fall sale, futurity and spring show. 7. A special thanks to Robthom farm for hosting Cow Camp for the juniors, understanding that the future of our organization, breed and industry is dependent upon interest, training, and leadership development of our youth. 8. Be it resolved that our association continue to support and encourage the Missouri Junior Association for the excellent job they are doing. Congratulations to the juniors who competed at the 2011 National Convention: Dairy Bowl: Jacob Peters, Austin Moreland, Steven Nelson, Lauren Whitehead. This team was also named the 2011 Sportsmanship Winners in the Dairy Bowl Junior Division. Folding Display Contest: Audrey McClellan, Taylor Groves, Rosie Lenz. Junior Jeopardy: Taylor Groves and Blake Wright. Intermediate Jeopardy: Jake Lenz and Bailee Whitehead. Banner: Taylor and Kiera Groves. Digital Scrapbook: Lora Wright. Public Speaking: Lora Wright and Karlin Peters. Special thanks are given to Brittany Groves for serving as our Holstein Princess and Kiera Groves as Holstein Miss. 9. Be it resolved: A special thanks to Robert and Janice Perry on their outstanding job as junior committee leaders, and all those who helped them. 10. Be it resolved: A special thanks to Becky Durst for chairing the Futurity. 11. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association expresses special thanks to this years officers, for their many hours of work and dedication to the cause of Registered Holsteins in the State of Missouri: Alfred Brandt, president; Eric Ling, vice president; Jay Moreland, director at large; Jodi Wright, secretary manager. 12. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association commends Sara Parker Pauley, Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, for her cooperation and common sense approach to dairy farming and the environment in the State of Missouri. 13. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association expresses its sincere sympathy to all the families who have lost loved ones during the past years. 14. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association commends Kate Geppert for her work and dedication in her role as a director on the National Board of Directors of the Holstein Association. The association also supports the Dairy Price Stabilization plan proposed by Holstein USA. 15. Be it resolved that in recognition that the education of present and future generations of producers is vital to the growth and well being of the dairy industry in Missouri. The Missouri Holstein Association urges the University of Missouri administration to fund and staff the positions being vacated through retirement. 16. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association congratulates Groves-View Dairy on receiving the National Holstein Distinguished Young Breeders Award. 17. Be it resolved: The Missouri Holstein Association thanks John Underwood and his committee members for all their efforts in compiling the 100th anniversary of Missouri Holsteins book. 18. Be it resolved: Missouri Holstein Association congratulates all of this year’s inductees into the Missouri Dairy Hall of Honors. 19. Be it resolved: Missouri Holstein Association congratulates Robthom Farms for receiving the 2010 Cow of the Year Award with Robthom Carolina Boss. Respectfully submitted: Jay Moreland, chairman; Crystal Rademacher PAGE 22


Missouri Holstein Districts

The Missouri Holstein Convention Host District Schedule

2013 – Northeast Central 2016 – Northwest

2014 – Southwest 2017 – South Central

Convention Notes:

2015 – West Central 2018 – Southeast


Grand Ballroom

Bora Bora Boardroom

Ballroom lobby

Oasis Convention Center

Fiji Coco Maui

Additional Meeting Rooms are located near the lobby in the hotel: Arabian - Ramada 2nd floor Sahara A & B - Ramada 2nd floor Sonoran - Ramada 1st floor

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