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Early Fall 2019

Official Publication of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association

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Features 10 Replacement Female Sale Planned 22 Young Cattlemen’s Conference

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24 OCA Offers Spring Semester Internship Opportunities

28 Ohio State Fair Results and Highlights

58 Best of the Buckeye Ohio State Fair Results

News & Notes

Reference

16 Ohio Fall Feeder Cattle Sales

The Clemens Family Cattle, conservation and race horses are all part of the Clemens family operation by Amy Beth Graves

50 Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation Scholarship Applications Available 52 Dean’s Charity Steer Show 54 OCA Seeking Industry Leaders

25 OCA Launches New Producer Education Program

Editorial 4

Harsh Realities

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Your Dues Dollars at Work

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OCA News & Views

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OCA News

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Forage Corner

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Breed News

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Beef Briefs

56 On the Edge of Common Sense

64 Your Checkoff Dollars at Work

8 OCA County Affiliate Presidents 11

Allied Industry Council

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Calendar of Events

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Parting Shots

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Advertisers’ Index

On the Cover

Photo taken by Michaela Kramer, OCA Staff, at the 2019 Ohio State Fair

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Harsh Realities

Ohio Cattleman 10600 U.S. Highway 42 Marysville, Ohio 43040 Phone 614-873-6736 • Fax 614-873-6835 www.ohiocattle.org cattle@ohiocattle.org Editor Elizabeth Harsh

Having just wrapped up a successful state fair for many beef industry youth, this quote seems especially appropriate. Their significant accomplishments are the perfect example of this philosophy at work. Repeated practice and preparation resulted in the excellence that was on display in the beef barn throughout the fair. Congratulations to the many youth featured in this issue’s state fair recap.

Sales Representative Stephanie Sindel

Ohio Cattleman magazine (USPA: 020-968, ISSN: 15430588) is published six times per year: Winter issue, mailed in January; Expo preview issue, mailed in February; Spring issue, mailed in April; Summer issue, mailed in July; Early Fall issue, mailed in September; and Late Fall issue, mailed in October; for $15 a year to OCA members only. It is dedicated to reporting facts about Ohio’s cattle including marketing, production and legislative news. All editorial and advertising material is screened to meet rigid standards, but publisher assumes no responsibility for accuracy or validity of claims. All rights reserved. Circulation for the Early Fall 2019 issue is 2,839. Published at Minster, Ohio 45865 by the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, 10600 US Highway 42, Marysville, Ohio 43040. Periodical postage paid at Marysville, Ohio and at additional offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Ohio Cattleman, 10600 US Highway 42, Marysville, Ohio 43040. CHANGING YOUR ADDRESS: Please send old as well as new address to Ohio Cattleman, 10600 US Highway 42, Marysville, Ohio 43040.

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Habit of Excellence There is a sign that hangs in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center that houses the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. It reads “EXCELLENCE is not a singular act but a HABIT. You are what you repeatedly do.”

Managing Editor Michaela Kramer

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By Elizabeth Harsh, Ohio Cattleman Editor

It was the Young Cattlemen’s Conference participants who toured the football complex during the association’s leadership program. These future beef industry leaders already demonstrate a habit of excellence in their everyday lives and their futures are even brighter. OCA looks forward to their continued involvement in the association and the beef industry. The month of August has been filled with the excellence of youth, yet overall, 2019 could be called anything but excellent from a farming perspective. In mid-August USDA released figures on the unplanted crop acreage – the result of the spring’s record rainfall. It pegged Ohio’s acres at nearly 1.5 million, ranking the state third behind only South Dakota and Illinois. Spring rolled into summer with poor quality first-cutting hay, reduced cuttings and concerns over the potential for livestock feed shortages as we move into winter. And as this issue goes to press, many parts of the state seemed to have received their entire allotment of rain for the year in April and May and are now dry with little to no grass. The dry conditions will further impact yields on crops that in many places were only marginal at best. Compounding the challenges facing the beef industry is the recent fire at the Tyson cattle harvest facility in Kansas. This plant was responsible for six percent of the total U.S. fed cattle packing capacity and its closure is having a negative economic impact on the industry. The packing industry was already largely at capacity before the fire and will now have to absorb these additional cattle. NCBA immediately moved to assist the industry and minimize the impact by requesting exemptions for hours of service, addressing the need for meat inspectors as plants expand their harvest and contacting the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Packers and Stockyards Division to request they keep an eye on the market to make sure it keeps working. Experts predict the plant will be down for months and there’s significant concern that the impact of this event could linger in the markets for some time to come — affecting all classes of cattle, including feeder calves. These weather and market challenges affect cattlemen in Ohio and across the country. They require that going forward we make management decisions with excellence in mind. Recognizing the need for a source that would offer recommendations and solutions for agriculture’s most stressful issues, The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences put together a website with resources for Ohio farmers. This timely and responsive website offers the best science-based recommendations for issues such as weather impacts, tariffs, and low commodity prices. #LeanOnYourLandGrant in a Crisis. The habit of excellence is what cattlemen and farmers practice everyday and they’ll rise above these current challenges as we always do. But know there are resources to assist you every step of the way. And on a lighter note, as I researched the origins of this quote, it is attributed to both Aristotle and Shaquille O’Neal. Ancient Greek philosopher or basketball star, either way it’s a great one to live by. v

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OCA Officers

President • Sasha Rittenhouse Vice President • Aaron Arnett Secretary • Elizabeth Harsh Treasurer • Bill Tom Past President • Joe Foster

OCA Directors

Tom Karr Director At-Large Pomeroy • Term expires 2021 Kyle Walls Director At-Large Mt. Vernon • Term expires 2020 J.L. Draganic Director At-Large Wakeman • Term expires 2019 Scott Alexander District 1 Bowling Green • Term expires 2020 Kelvin Egner District 2 Shelby • Term expires 2021 Pete Conkle District 3 Hanoverton • Term expires 2019 Troy Jones District 4 Harrod • Term expires 2020 Frank Phelps District 5 Belle Center • Term expires 2021 Pam Haley District 6 West Salem • Term expires 2019 Brad Thornburg District 7 Barnesville • Term expires 2020 Linde Sutherly District 8 New Carlisle • Term expires 2021 Jim Jepsen District 9 Amanda • Term expires 2019 Jess Campbell District 10 Waynesville • Term expires 2020 Lindsey Hall District 11 Hillsboro • Term expires 2021 Luke Vollborn • District 12 Bidwell • Term expires 2019

Elections are held each year in November. If interested in serving on the OCA Board, please call the OCA office.

OCA Staff Elizabeth Harsh Executive Director Kagney Collins Director of Education Michaela Kramer Director of Communications & Managing Editor Stephanie Sindel Director of Member Services & Youth Programs Ron Windnagel Director of Accounting & Operations Shelby Riley Project Manager Tracie Stanley Administrative Assistant 6 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

OCA News & Views By Sasha Rittenhouse, OCA President

Here’s to a Good Fall! Last week the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Board of Directors had the opportunity to take a tour of the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus. I have friends who have stayed at the Ronald McDonald house both when their son was born about 18 years ago, and again a few summers ago when he had brain surgery. I knew it was nice, but I was not prepared for just how great that facility is. It’s absolutely amazing! I was blown away with how many details are thought about and handled for all of the families who use the Ronald McDonald house. Families are provided three home cooked meals each day and there is a theater room, music room, library and exercise room. They offer a laundry facility, refrigerators, secrete Santa and even clothes if families arrive in disarray. 100 percent of what they offer is either donated or purchased with donated funds. I am sure by now you have heard about the Dean’s Charity Steer Show, which took place at this year’s Ohio State Fair. The efforts of this event raised nearly $150,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. Congratulations to everyone who made that happen! The event filled the stands in the Voinovich building at the Ohio State Fair – you may have thought that they were showing the champion drive of the steer show by the looks of things. It brought many new faces to the cattle barn and it put the beef industry front and center and it was all for a great cause. Much like my house, the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association rarely takes a break. The staff and interns run a well-oiled machine and there are lots of things gearing up to hit center stage through the fall. Hopefully you can all stop and visit us at the Farm Science Review September 17-19. You can renew your 2020 OCA membership and purchase OCA/Ohio Beef merchandise and apparel. One thing that is gearing up, and I’m pretty excited about, is our new OCA Cattlemen’s Academy. The Cattlemen’s Academy is designed to be an annual producer education series, focusing on a different aspect of the cattle industry each year and benefiting Ohio Cattlemen’s Association members. 2019 will bring a hands-on Calving Clinic series to help us all prepare for calving season. There will be a handful of these clinics around the state, covering a variety of topics. Producers will learn how to determine calf presentations and more about calving assistance techniques and facilities design. They will also be instructed on nutritional management of the prepartum cow and sire selection for calving ease. Of course, the ball is already rolling on another BEST and Best of the Buckeye show season. This program continues to be an excellent aid in helping us raise an excellent set of youth across our state. The shows are simply a reward for all of the hard work those kids do day in and day out with their calves. This year the BEST program will add another element to this program and will offer a youth Stockmanship Competition that will include individual contests. We are still working on the details, but we are very excited to add another component to the BEST shows that will showcase our talented youth across the state. I have no doubt these kids will shine! As fall approaches and another harvest season will (hopefully) soon be upon us, the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association will continue to monitor all of the state and federal issues affecting our industry. Water quality challenges continue to be a hot topic around the state and OCA works to continually stay involved and be part of the discussion on how sound science should play a large role in the solution. Happy fall everyone and here’s to hoping for a good fall calving season, a good harvest with good commodity pricing, and a great market for our product. v


Early Fall Special Sale Dates Select from a larger volume of feeder cattle than traditionally available at standard weekly sales.

Bucyrus, Ohio

Gallipolis, Ohio

Weekly sales on Thursday at 11 a.m. Facility Manager: John Albert - (419) 420-2078

Weekly sales on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Facility Manager: Jamie Graham - (740) 739-3576

Feeder Cattle Sale: Thursday, October 3, at 11 a.m.

Graded Feeder Cattle Sales: Wednesday, August 28, at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 11, at 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 25, at 10 a.m. Wednesday, October 16, at 10 a.m.

Caldwell, Ohio Weekly sales on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Facility Manager: Brad Haury - (740) 584-4821

*consignments must arrive the day prior to the sales from 12-6 p.m.

Special Cow Sale: Saturday, September 14, at 5 p.m.

Feeder Cattle Sales: Tuesday, September 3, at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, September 21, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, October 5, at 9:30 a.m.

Ron Morrison Farms and H&H Cattle; 100+ replacement females, bred cows and cow/calf pairs. Majority Fall calving. Consignments welcome for all sales.

Creston, Ohio

Hillsboro, Ohio

Weekly sales on Tuesday at 12 p.m. Facility Manager: Keith Hinds - (419) 350-1540

Weekly sales on Monday at 10:30 a.m. Facility Manager: Ben Wheeler - (614) 896-0310

Feeder Cattle Sale: Saturday, October 12, at 10 a.m.

Feeder Cattle Sales: Monday, August 26, at 10:30 a.m. Monday, September 2, at 10:30 a.m. Monday, September 16, at 10:30 a.m. Monday, September 23, at 10:30 a.m. Monday, October 7, at 10:30 a.m. Monday, October 14, at 10:30 a.m.

Eaton, Ohio Weekly sales on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Facility Manager: Scott Rittenhouse - (937) 408-4402 Feeder Cattle Sales: Tuesday, September 3, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, October 1, at 1 p.m.

For detailed sale information contact the market or visit us online at www.uproducers.com. Updates can also be found on our Facebook page: United Producers Inc.

Internet Feeder Cattle Sale Every third Wednesday, at 12:30 p.m. EST

September 18 . October 16 . November 20 Hosted at: www.lmaauctions.com Visit our website or contact your local UPI representative for registration details or to consign!


Your Dues Dollars at Work

OCA County Affiliate Presidents Adams..........................................Craig Black Allen...................................... Randy Pohlman Ashland........................................ Jared Wynn Athens/Meigs/Washington....... Andy Smith Auglaize.......................... Charles Sutherland Brown............................................Alan Scott Butler........................................... Brad Baker Carroll........................................... Fred Kungl Clark....................................... Linde Sutherly Clermont......................................Chris Smith Columbiana/Mahoning/Trumbull................. ....................................................Brady Baker Crawford.....................................Kurt Weaver Darke.......................................... Andy Byram Defiance.............................. Brian Schroeder Fairfield......................................Ray Breagel Fayette.............................................Luke Bihl Fulton................................... Rick Coopshaw Gallia..................................Danielle Sanders Greene...........................................Jarrot Test Hancock................................Charles Beagle Hardin........................................ Dane Jeffers Henry.......................................Scott Millikan Highland.................................. Craig Shelton Huron.................................... Michael Sparks Jackson..................................... Jim Edwards Jefferson................................... Tyler Ramsey Knox............................................... Kyle Walls Lawrence.................................... Gene Myers Licking......................................... Steve Davis Logan............................................. Jim Warne Madison................................ Quinton Keeran Marion..................................... Dustin Bayles Mercer........................................Neil Siefring Miami...................................Robert Karnehm Montgomery......................Duane Plessinger Morrow................................... Dustin Bender Muskingum................................... Adam Heil Noble.......................................Pernell Saling Ohio Valley............................... Marvin Butler Perry......................................Jason Poorman Putnam............................. Dennis Schroeder Richland................................... Dave Fackler Seneca............................................ Jason Fox Shelby......................................... Jason Gibbs Stark............................................Steve Lewis Tuscarawas................................... Jerry Prysi Vinton.............................Teresa Snider-West Williams.................................. Robin Herman Wood............................................. Drew Baus Wyandot........................................Mike Thiel

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A review of actions by the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Legislative & Regulatory

• OCA contacted key Ohio congressional offices requesting their co-sponsorship of a bill to increase control measures for black vultures. Black vultures, whose numbers and territories continue to expand, are causing tremendous economic damage on cattle farms throughout Ohio. • OCA President Sasha Rittenhouse and her daughters testified during a joint hearing of the Ohio House and Senate Agriculture Committees during the Ohio State Fair. OCA also co-hosted a reception for the committee members and central Ohio VIPs to promote Ohio Ag and the fair. • OCA hosted several public office holders and candidates at the beef barn during the 2019 Ohio State Fair. • OCA and NCBA supported and attended fundraisers for various members of the Ohio congressional delegation. • With the recent passage of the state budget, OCA has been involved in several meetings to provide input into how the agriculture portion of the H2Ohio fund should be used to make the most positive impact on nutrient management practices on Ohio farms.

Youth

• Sponsored beef awards for the 4-H Livestock Judging Contest held during the Ohio State Fair. • Co-sponsored a dinner for the state fair market animal exhibitors and their families. • Distributed BOTB press releases and ordered awards for all Ohio State Fair exhibitors and breeders. • Held the BOTB breeder reception in conjunction with the Cattlemen’s Gala on August 24 featuring over $10,000 in prizes. Sponsored by Sullivan Supply and Stock Show University.

Programs & Events

• Finalized plans for the Cattlemen’s Gala Celebration and Fundraiser on August 24 in Ostrander. • Hosted the 2019 OCA Young Cattlemen’s Conference August 8-10. • Planned the OCA Cattlemen’s Academy, a program for association members that will feature multiple educational series. The first series of the program will focus on calving and topics related to it, such as sire selection and nutritional recommendations for the cow and calf.

Association • • • •

Emailed OCA e-newsletter for July and August. Held August board of directors’ meetings for OCA and OCF directors. Shipped copies of The Ring directory to County Extension offices. Shipped 2019 Ohio Feeder Calf special sales brochures to Ohio auction markets. v


16th Annual

FEMALE PRODUCTION SALE Saturday, September 28, 2019 • 6 PM

Selling 70 Lots of Angus & Sim-Angus Females

At the farm • Hillsboro, Ohio

n Fall yearlings, bred heifers, bred cows, fall calving females n Females bred to GAR Ashland, GAR Phoenix, Connealy Emerald,

SydGen Enhance, GAR Driven, GAR Sunrise, GAR Proactive, GAR Sunbeam, GAR Method, GAR Sure Fire

Maplecrest Rita 8049 (19289224)

This daughter of the Select Sires feature GAR Sure Fire should suit the most discriminating breeder of seedstock. She is a logical donor candidate given her strong genetic merit and pleasing phenotype. Her pedigree is full of highly proven sires from Select Sires. If you are looking for genetics that will produce extra pounds of a high-quality product, don’t pass up this intriguing prospect. Double digit CED; top 1% RE; 2% Docility; 3% YW; 5% $G; 10% $B. Due to calve 2.12.20 to the $175,000 top-selling bull at the 2019 Connealy Angus Spring Bull Sale, Connealy Emerald.

Maplecrest Eva K8152 (19289242)

We lead off the spring heifer division with this impressive daughter of the ST Genetics sire, GAR Drive. GAR Drive is a proven source of high marbling genetics and this daughter carries on that tradition. K8152 offers an excellent combination of double digital CED; top 1% Marb (+1.57!) $G, $B; and 10% RE, $W. She represents the goal of the Maplecrest Farms program—combination of calving ease, growth AND carcass merit! Due to calve 1.2.20 to GAR Ashland.

Maplecrest Blackcap 8308 (19429350)

We teamed up with Hillhouse Angus to purchase GAR Ingenuity 3132 as the top-selling donor of a past Gardiner production sale. She was extremely popular that day and her production record has validated our belief in her as she has passed over $500,000 in lifetime progeny sales. 8308 is a natural daughter of 3132 and is sired by the popular ST Genetics sire, GAR Storm. 8308 combines two of the very best donors in the history of our program, 3132 and 7010. 8308 has a +15 CED, plus her numbers rank her in the top 1% RE, $G, $B; and 3% Marb.

Maplecrest Rita 8287 (19429348)

This intriguing donor prospect is sired by GAR Method and out of the $24,000 GAR Early Bird N885, the top-selling donor from our 2018 sale that sold to Vista Farms, Fayette, AL. She meets our criteria as a potential donor as she combines excellent growth (top 3% WW and YW), strong carcass merit (top 1% $W, $G, $B; 2% CW; 4% Marb; 5% RE), and pleasing phenotype. Selling one-half embryo interest with the option to double.

Contact us for more information: John, Joanie & Lauren Grimes • Lindsey & Adam Hall

2594 State Route 73 • Hillsboro, Ohio 45133 • mcfarms@cinci.rr.com John: (937) 763-6000 • Adam Hall: (740) 336-8142 • Cris Sprague: (740) 525-2593 • Will Coor: (919) 723-6399 Watch the sale and bid live online.

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OCA News Replacement Female Sale Planned On Friday evening, November 29, OCA will host their seventh annual Replacement Female Sale. The sale will be held at the Muskingum Livestock facility in Zanesville and will begin at 6:00 p.m. The 2019 Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Replacement Female Sale will provide an opportunity for both buyers and sellers to meet the need for quality replacements in the state. Consignments may include cow-calf pairs, bred cows and bred heifers. Females must be under the age of five as of January 1, 2020 and may be of registered or commercial background. Bred females must be bred to a bull with known EPD’s and calves at side of cows must be sired by a bull with known EPD’s. Pregnancy status must be verified

by an accredited veterinarian through traditional palpation, ultrasound or by blood testing through a professional laboratory. Analysis must be performed within 60 days of sale. Consignments will also be fulfilling specific health requirements. At the 2018 sale, buyers evaluated 107 lots of bred heifers, bred cows, and cow-calf pairs at the auction. The sale included 80 lots of bred heifers that averaged $1,437, 25 lots of bred cows that averaged $1,377, and two cow-calf pairs that averaged $1,450. The 107 total lots grossed $152,275 for an overall average of $1,423. The females sold to buyers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Now is the time to evaluate the body condition of potential sale animals and

make nutritional adjustments to the animal’s diet in anticipation of a late November sale date. A body condition score in the 5-6 range on a 9-point scale at sale time is a good goal to strive to achieve. Consignments for the sale are due to the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association by October 1, 2019. Sale information can be obtained by contacting the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association at (614) 873-6736 or www.ohiocattle.org. If you have any questions about the sale, contact John Grimes at (937) 763-6000 or grimes.1@osu.edu. Please consider this sale as an option for both buyers and sellers to help contribute to the improvement of Ohio’s beef cow herd. v

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DALE STRYFFELER MARIETTA, OH PHONE: 330-556-8465 EMAIL: DSTRYFFELER@HERITAGECOOPERATIVE.COM

JOSEPH WRIGHT WINCHESTER, OH PHONE: 937-213-1168 EMAIL: JOSEPH.WRIGHT@KENTWW.COM

LESLIE & CHRIS GARDISSER PHONE: 937-592-7072 EMAIL: LESLIE@ENGELHAUPTEMBROIDERY.COM EMAIL: CHRIS@ENGELHAUPTEMBROIDERY.COM

DEREK FAUBER URBANA, OH PHONE: 614-873-6736 EMAIL: DFAUBER@HERITAGECOOPERATIVE.COM

PATRICK BARKER LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OH PHONE: 513-315-3833 EMAIL: PATRICK.BARKER@KENTWW.COM

FARM CREDIT MID-AMERICA WWW.E-FARMCREDIT.COM

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DAVID SANDERS WASHINGTON CH, OH PHONE: 740-335-3306 EMAIL: DAVID.SANDERS@E-FARMCREDIT.COM WENDY OSBORN MT. ORAB, OH PHONE: 937-444-0905 EMAIL: WENDY.OSBORN@E-FARMCREDIT.COM TARA DURBIN BALTIMORE, OH PHONE: 740-892-3338 EMAIL: TARA.DURBIN@E-FARMCREDIT.COM FENNIG EQUIPMENT GARY FENNIG COLDWATER, OH PHONE: 419-953-8500 EMAIL: AFENNIG@BRIGHT.NET FRANKLIN EQUIPMENT WWW.FRANKLINEQUIPMENT.COM TROY GABRIEL GROVEPORT, OH PHONE: 614-389-2161 EMAIL: TGABRIEL@GABRIELLOGAN.COM COREY MUNCY DUBLIN, OH

STEF LEWIS URBANA, OH PHONE: 614-873-6736 EMAIL: SLEWIS@HERITAGECOOPERATIVE.COM ALLAN ROBISON URBANA, OH PHONE: 614-873-6736 EMAIL: AROBISON@HERITAGECOOPERATIVE.COM HIGHLAND ENTERPRISES WWW.HIGHLANDLIVESTOCKSUPPLY.COM CURT & ALLISON HIVELY NEW WATERFORD, OH PHONE: 330-457-2033 EMAIL: INFO@HIGHLANDLIVESTOCKSUPPLY.COM HILLIARD LYONS WWW.PATRICKSAUNDERSFC.COM PATRICK SAUNDERS GALLIPOLIS, OH PHONE: 740-446-2000 EMAIL: PSAUNDERS@HILLIARD.COM IMMUCELL CORPORATION WWW.FIRSTDEFENSECALFHEALTH.COM

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SETH MIDDLETON NEWARK, OH PHONE: 614-798-8818 EMAIL: SETH.MIDDLETON@HEARTLAND.BANK

BECKY VINCENT EAST CANTON, OH PHONE: 330-705-8755 EMAIL: BVINCENT@IMMUCELL.COM

BRIAN FRACKER NEWARK, OH PHONE: 740-403-6225 EMAIL: BRIAN.FRACKER@HEARTLAND.BANK

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CHERYL MILLER UPPER SANDUSKY, OH PHONE: 419-294-3838 EMAIL: CHERYL.MILLER@KALMBACHFEEDS.COM JEFF NEAL UPPER SANDUSKY, OH PHONE: 419-356-0128 EMAIL: JEFF.NEAL@KALMBACHFEEDS.COM KYLE NICKLES UPPER SANDUSKY, OH PHONE: 419-294-3838 EMAIL: KYLE.NICKLES@KALMBACHFEEDS.COM

ROB STOUT ALEXANDRIA, OH PHONE: 740-924-2691 EMAIL: INFO@LEGENDSLANEET.COM M.H. EBY WWW.MHEBY.COM STEVE RITTENHOUSE WEST JEFFERSON, OH PHONE: 614-879-6901 EMAIL: STEVEN.RITTENHOUSE@MHEBY.COM KIRK SWENSEN WEST JEFFERSON, OH PHONE: 614-879-6901 EMAIL: KIRK.SWENSEN@MHEBY.COM MCARTHUR LUMBER & POST WWW.TOTALFARMANDFENCE.COM STAN NICHOLS MCARTHUR, OH PHONE: 740-596-2551 EMAIL: INFO@MCARTHURLUMBERANDPOST.COM MERCER LANDMARK WWW.MERCERLANDMARK.COM TRAVIS SPICER CELINA, OH PHONE: 419-733-9915 EMAIL: TRAVIS@MERCERLANDMARK.COM JOE SIEGRIST CELINA, OH PHONE: 419-305-2451 EMAIL: JSIEGRIST@MERCERLANDMARK.COM RANDY SEEGER CELINA, OH PHONE: 419-230-9832 EMAIL: RANDYS@MERCERLANDMARK.COM CHAD KNAPKE CELINA, OH PHONE: 419-733-6434 EMAIL: CHADK@MERCERLANDMARK.COM MERCK ANIMAL HEALTH WWW.MERCK-ANIMAL-HEALTH-USA.COM JAKE OSBORN LYNCHBURG, OH PHONE: 937-725-5687 EMAIL: JAKE.OSBORN@MERCK.COM SETH CLARK DALTON, OH PHONE: 330-465-2728 EMAIL: SETH.CLARK9@MERCK.COM


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BRIDGET GILLOGLY MASSILLON, OH PHONE: 1-800-321-0235 EMAIL: BGILLOGLY@RJMATTHEWS.COM

NIKKI MCCARTY MALVERN, OH PHONE: 330-868-1182 EMAIL: NIKKI@RANCHCITY.COM

THOMAS CARPER VEVAY, IN PHONE: 540-336-2737 EMAIL: TCARPER@MULTIMINUSA.COM

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COREY HINTERER HORNER, WV PHONE: 304-625-1302 EMAIL: CHINTERER@PRIEFERT.COM

ANGIE DOBSON REMINGTON, IN PHONE: 800-213-0567 EMAIL: ADOBSON@SUMMITLIVESTOCK.COM

PURINA ANIMAL NUTRITION WWW.PURINAMILLS.COM

RICHARD HINES REMINGTON, IN PHONE: 765-421-9966

MURPHY TRACTOR WWW.MURPHYTRACTOR.COM CHAD WHITE COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-876-1141 EMAIL: CWHITE@MURPHYTRACTOR.COM MARTY HLAWATI COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-876-1141 EMAIL: MHLAWATI@MURPHYTRACTOR.COM BRENT CHAUVIN VANDALIA, OH PHONE: 937-898-4198 EMAIL: CHAUVIN@MURPHYTRACTOR.COM CHRIS CRON VANDALIA, OH PHONE: 937-898-4198 EMAIL: CCRON@MURPHYTRACTOR.COM ERIC BISCHOFF COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-876-1141 EMAIL: EBISCHOFF@MURPHYTRACTOR.COM NATIONWIDE INSURANCE WWW.NATIONWIDE.COM COLUMBUS, OH OHIO AG EQUIPMENT / OHIO CAT WWW.OHIOCAT.COM WWW.OHIOAGEQUIPMENT.COM COURTNEY BUSH BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, OH PHONE: 614-851-3629 EMAIL: CBUSH@OHIOAGEQUIPMENT.COM LINDA MEIER COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-851-3629 EMAIL: LMEIER@OHIOCAT.COM BRIAN SPEELMAN COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-851-3629 EMAIL: BSPEELMAN@OHIOCAT.COM OHIO SOYBEAN COUNCIL WWW.SOYOHIO.ORG JENNIFER COLEMAN WORTHINGTON, OH PHONE: 614-476-3100 EMAIL: JCOLEMAN@SOYOHIO.ORG BARRY MCGRAW WORTHINGTON, OH PHONE: 614-476-3100 EMAIL: BMCGRAW@SOYOHIO.ORG

PATRICK GUNN GREENFIELD, IN PHONE: 316-967-4345 EMAIL: PGUNN@LANDOLAKES.COM CY PRETTYMAN NEW BLOOMINGTON, OH PHONE: 740-360-5358 EMAIL: CLPRETTYMAN@LANDOLAKES.COM DAVID NEWSOM NOBLESVILLE, IN PHONE: 317-677-5799 EMAIL: DKNEWSOM@LANDOLAKES.COM KIRA MORGAN FRANCISCO, IN PHONE: 812-480-2715 EMAIL: KBMORGAN@LANDOLAKES.COM QUALITY LIQUID FEEDS WWW.QLF.COM JOE FOSTER PLAIN CITY, OH PHONE: 614-560-5228 EMAIL: JFOSTER@QLF.COM REED & BAUR INSURANCE AGENCY, LLC WWW.REEDBAUR.COM JIM & PAULA ROGERS ATHENS, OH PHONE: 1-866-593-6688 EMAIL: PROGERS@REEDBAUR.COM

MIKE SHEETZ REMINGTON, IN PHONE: 800-213-0567 MIKE SCHLUTTENHOFER REMINGTON, IN PHONE: 765-427-2818 SUNRISE COOPERATIVE, INC WWW.SUNRISECO-OP.COM PHIL ALSTAETTER FREMONT, OH PHONE: 937-575-6780 EMAIL: PALSTAETTER@SUNRISECO-OP.COM THE WENDT GROUP WWW.THEWENDTGROUP.COM KEVIN WENDT PLAIN CITY, OH EMAIL: KEVIN@THEWENDTGROUP.COM TYLER WILT LEBANON, IN PHONE: 740-572-1249 EMAIL: TYLER@THEWENDTGROUP.COM NICK CUMMINGS WASHINGTON CH, OH PHONE: 740-572-0756 EMAIL: NICK@THEWENDTGROUP.COM

SAUNDERS INSURANCE AGENCY WWW.SAUNDERSINS.COM

DALE EVANS KIMMELL, IN PHONE: 260-894-0458 EMAIL: DALE@THEWENDTGROUP.COM

BRETT STEINBECK GALLIPOLIS, OH PHONE: 740-446-0404 EMAIL: BRETT.STEINBECK@SAUNDERSINS.COM

WESLEY BLACK GREENFIELD, OH PHONE: 740-572-1670 WESLEY@THEWENDTGROUP.COM

SCOTT SAUNDERS GALLIPOLIS, OH PHONE: 740-446-0404 EMAIL: SCOTT.SAUNDERS@SAUNDERSINS.COM

W.J. FANNIN WASHINGTON C.H, OH PHONE: 614-395-9802 EMAIL: WJ@THEWENDTGROUP.COM

JOHN SAUNDERS GALLIPOLIS, OH PHONE: 740-446-0404 EMAIL: JOHN.SAUNDERS@SAUNDERSINS.COM

UMBARGER SHOW FEEDS WWW.UMBARGERANDSONS.COM

ST GENETICS WWW.STGEN.COM AARON ARNETT GALENA, OH PHONE: 614-947-9931 EMAIL: AARNETT@STGEN.COM

JACKSON UMBARGER BARGERSVILLE, IN PHONE: 317-422-5195 EMAIL: JUMBARGER@UMBARGERANDSONS.COM ERIC KING PO BOX 695; 111 N BALDWIN ST BARGERSVILLE, IN PHONE: 317-422-5195 EMAIL: EKING@UMBARGERANDSONS.COM Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 13


UNITED PRODUCERS INC WWW.UPRODUCERS.COM BILL TOM COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 937-694-5378 EMAIL: BTOM@UPRODUCERS.COM SAM ROBERTS COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-890-6666 EMAIL: SROBERTS@UPRODUCERS.COM HAYLEY MAYNARD COLUMBUS, OH PHONE: 614-890-6666 EMAIL: HMAYNARD@UPRODUCERS.COM WEAVER LEATHER LIVESTOCK WWW.WEAVERLEATHER.COM LISA SHEARER MT. HOPE, OH PHONE: 330-674-1782 EXT. 25 EMAIL: LISAS@WEAVERLEATHER.COM

ZOETIS ANIMAL HEALTH WWW.ZOETIS.COM LEESA BEANBLOSSOM BRADFORD, OH PHONE: 937-447-3044 EMAIL: LEESA.L.BEANBLOSSOM@ZOETIS.COM NEAL BRANSCUM NANCY, KY PHONE: 606.872.5395 EMAIL: NEAL.BRANSCUM@ZOETIS.COM MINDY THORNBURG BARNESVILLE, OH PHONE: 740-255-0277 EMAIL: MINDY.THORNBURG@ZOETIS.COM TED HOLTHAUS FORT LORAMIE, OH PHONE: 937-4891548 EMAIL: TED.HOLTHAUS@ZOETIS.COM

ANGELA KAIN MT. HOPE, OH PHONE: 330-674-1782 EXT. 25 EMAIL: ANGELAK@WEAVERLEATHER.COM CHRISTY HENLEY MT HOPE, OH PHONE: 208-320-1675 EMAIL: CHRISTYH@WEAVERLEATHER.COM

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Featuring the Finest

Simmental and SimAngus Genetics TM

10 TH ANNUAL PRODUCTION SALE Saturday, October 5, 2019 // 6:30 PM Muskingum Livestock // Zanesville, OH

RHFS Felicia F30H / ASA#3594662 AI’d to HPF Quantum Leap Z952, Due 1/19

RHFS Honeysuckle F36H / ASA#3594661 AI’d to GSC GCCO Dew North 102C, PE 5/17 to 6/29 to RHFS King of Kisses F25H

RHFS Baby Girl B15H / ASA# 2955620 AI’d to GSC GCCO Dew North 102C Due 2/22 with a heifer calf

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JC MS Intimidator 311N “Belle” / ASA# 2202243 Selling a pregnancy and progeny

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ERV-N-DEL Farms / Cliff Linder. 330-940-9542, Lor-Mar Simmental Farm / Mark & Lorrie Isler 740-262-5154, Brady Clemens / 740-605-6347 Hopkins Simmental Farm / Stan Hopkins. 740-962-5288, Bill Hoovler / 937-538-1536, Triple Nickle Show Calves / 740-684-1593, Crooked Creek Cattle Company / 319-325-9389

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2019 2019Ohio OhioFall FallFeeder FeederCattle CattleSales Sales Day Mon. Tues. Tues. Mon. Wed. Wed. Mon. Mon. Mon. Sat. Mon. Mon. Wed. Wed. Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Mon. Mon. Wed. Sat. Mon. Mon. Mon. Mon. Wed. Wed. Thurs. Mon. Mon. Wed. Mon. Mon. Mon. Wed. Wed. Sat. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Mon. Mon. Mon. Tues. Wed. Wed. Mon. Wed. Mon. Wed. Mon. Mon. Mon. Tues. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Mon. Wed. Thurs. Mon. Mon. Wed. Wed.

Date of Sale 9/2/2019 9/3/2019 9/3/2019 9/9/2019 9/11/2019 9/11/2019 9/12/2019 9/16/2019 9/16/2019 9/21/2019 9/23/2019 9/23/2019 9/25/2019 9/25/2019 9/30/2019 10/1/2019 10/3/2019 10/4/2019 10/5/2019 10/7/2019 10/7/2019 10/9/2019 10/12/2019 10/14/2019 10/14/2019 10/14/2019 10/14/2019 10/16/2019 10/16/2019 10/17/2019 10/21/2019 10/21/2019 10/23/2019 10/28/2019 10/28/2019 10/28/2019 10/30/2019 10/30/2019 11/2/2019 11/4/2019 11/5/2019 11/6/2019 11/7/2019 11/11/2019 11/11/2019 11/11/2019 11/12/2019 11/13/2019 11/13/2019 11/18/2019 11/20/2019 11/25/2019 11/27/2019 12/2/2019 12/2/2019 12/2/2019 12/3/2019 12/3/2019 12/4/2019 12/5/2019 12/9/2019 12/11/2019 12/12/2019 12/16/2019 12/16/2019 12/18/2019 12/18/2019

Time of Sale 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 12:30 PM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 10:30 AM 9:30 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 9:30 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM 10:30 AM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM Private Treaty 9:30 AM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM 9:30 AM 9:30 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 12:30 PM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM 9:30 AM 1:00 PM 9:30 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 9:30 AM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:00 AM 10:30 AM 10:00 AM 1:00 PM

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Location United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Eaton United Producers - Caldwell Union Stock Yards United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Barnesville Livestock, LLC Athens Stockyards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Caldwell Union Stock Yards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Athens Stockyards United Producers - Eaton United Producers - Bucyrus Bloomfield Livestock Auction, LLC United Producers - Caldwell Union Stock Yards United Producers - Hillsboro Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. United Producers - Creston Athens Stockyards Union Stock Yards Barnesville Livestock, LLC United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. United Producers - Caldwell Union Stock Yards Mt. Hope Auction Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Athens Stockyards Union Stock Yards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. United Producers - Caldwell Union Stock Yards United Producers - Eaton Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. United Producers - Bucyrus Athens Stockyards Union Stock Yards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Caldwell United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Union Stock Yards Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Union Stock Yards United Producers - Gallipolis Athens Stockyards Union Stock Yards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Eaton United Producers - Caldwell Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. United Producers - Bucyrus Union Stock Yards Muskingum Livestock Auction Co. Union Stock Yards Athens Stockyards United Producers - Hillsboro United Producers - Gallipolis Muskingum Livestock Auction Co.

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Breed News Featuring our members’ success at local, state and national shows

Angus Achievements

King Wheeler Named 2019 National Junior Angus Advisor (NJAA) of the Year

The Ohio Junior Angus Association (OJAA) advisor Jamie King Wheeler was named the 2019 National Junior Angus Advisor of the Year during the National Junior Angus Show July 14-20 in Louisville, Kentucky. “Jamie always went above and beyond to make sure every junior member felt special, involved and important,” said Joanie Grimes, owner of Maplecrest Farms and nominator of the award. “Jamie kept every junior involved to their fullest extent and helped bestow confidence in every member.” As an OJAA advisor, King Wheeler has played an instrumental role in the success of the growing OJAA membership, the planning of two Eastern Regionals and the execution of one National Junior Angus Show. The NJAA Advisor of the Year Award was introduced in 1980 to recognize tremendous contributions of junior Angus association advisors.

effective July 5, 2019. Strahm hails from Sabetha, Kansas and is a 2016 graduate of Kansas State University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications and journalism. In her role as multimedia coordinator, Strahm will manage and develop AGA social media strategies and contribute to AGA publications and the marketing team. Her skills in photography, film production, and design will be valuable assets brought to the AGA marketing team for the promotion of Gelbvieh and Balancer® genetics throughout the beef industry.

Simmental Solutions

Ohio Youth Awarded Scholarship from the American Junior Simmental Associaiton (AJSA)

At the Junior Simmental National Classic, Cole Liggett, Tuscarawas County, was named a 2019 Merit Award Winner and earned a Gold Merit Scholarship. v

Maine-Anjou Moments 2020 National Show Coming to Ohio

The 2020 American Maine-Anjou Association National Junior Heifer Show dates and location have been released. The show will take place in Lima, OH from June 28 to July 4.

View our website at www.ohiocattle.org for additional news!

Ohio Youth Awarded 2019 NJAA Scholarships

The National Junior Angus Association recently announced the 2019 recipients to numerous Angus scholarships. Kristina Scheurman, Coshocton County, and Samantha Wallace, Seneca County, were both awarded the American Angus Foundation scholarships in the amount of $3,000. Wallace was also awarded the National Junior Angus Show “In a League of our Own” Scholarship. McKayla Raines, Adams County, was awarded the Angus/ Talon Youth Education Learning Program Scholarship in the amount of $5,000.

Gelbvieh Gatherings

Strahm Joins American Gelbvieh Association Staff

The American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) welcomed Malerie Strahm to its staff as the multimedia coordinator, Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 17


Beef Briefs Cattle from BQA Certified Producers Shows Increased Premium

According to a recent study by the Beef Checkoff-funded BQA program and conducted by Colorado State University (CSU), results show a significant premium for calves and feeder cattle sold through video auction markets. Study results clearly show that participation in BQA and BQA certification can provide real value to beef producers. It means that the initiatives within the industry are rewarding cattlemen and women who take action to improve their operations and our industry. The result was a premium of $16.80/head for cattle that had BQA listed in the lot description. For more information on the study or to complete online BQA training, go to www.bqa.org/certification.

Governor DeWine Signs SB 57

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine

recently signed Senate Bill 57 into law, decriminalizing hemp and paving the way for the development of a new hemp industry in Ohio. The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) will administer the newly created hemp program. Hemp is a cannabis plant that does not produce intoxicating effects, grown for its many industrial uses. Hemp contains a fiber, a grain and oil that can be extracted for CBD, which is now being used in food and dietary supplements. The hemp program sets up a licensing structure for farmers who are interested in growing the crop and those interested in processing it. It also allows for universities to grow and cultivate the crop for research purposes. ODA will also be testing CBD and hemp products for safety and accurate labeling to protect Ohio consumers. To learn more, visit ODA’s website at agri.ohio.gov.

DeWine Creates “Expo 2050” Task Force

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced a new task force to develop and recommend a long-term vision for the Ohio Expo Center, which is home to the Ohio State Fair, AllAmerican Quarter Horse Congress, Mapfre Stadium, Ohio History Connection and the Ohio Beef Expo. Governor DeWine made the announcement during a meeting of the Ohio Expositions Commission. Expo 18 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

2050 is tasked with reviewing the Expo experience, including the assets and activities of the Ohio Expo Center, the Ohio History Connection, and Mapfre Stadium, and developing ideas for getting the most use and enjoyment out of this state land in the future. The task force is comprised of 20 members from across the state of Ohio, with representation from the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association and other agricultural entities.

Colorado State University Home to New Zoetis Research Lab

Colorado State University and Zoetis have signed an agreement to establish a research lab that will explore the livestock immune system and target new immunotherapies – paving the way for new alternatives to antibiotics in food-producing animals. This research and development collaboration will begin focusing on Incubation Research for biotherapeutics for cattle. With few alternatives today for treating life-threatening bacterial infections in animals, Zoetis supports the responsible use of antibiotic medicines in animals and in people, while ensuring that veterinarians and livestock producers have new and enhanced solutions to better predict, prevent, detect and treat disease in the animals under their care. The new facility will create up to 20 new jobs for livestock research scientists, immunologists, and cell biologists beginning this Fall.

Carter named new President-elect of Nationwide Financial Services

John Carter has been named as the president and chief operating officerelect of Nationwide’s financial services businesses, effective immediately. Carter succeeds Kirt Walker, who will become Nationwide’s next Chief Executive Officer in October. Reporting to Walker, Carter will oversee the company’s retirement plans, life insurance (individual, business and corporate-owned), annuities and mutual funds business operations. v


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Forage Corner Mike Estadt, OSU Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Pickaway County

Harvesting Options for Summer Annuals This month I drove across I-70 interstate to Kansas City, Missouri. Along the way I observed at least a dozen semi-trailers headed east with loads of high-quality hay. Some of this hay may have been delivered to Ohio where very little good hay has made this year. I also saw several fields planted with summer annuals where corn should have been. Beef producers in Ohio who have planted summer annuals such as sudangrass or sudangrass X sorghum hybrids and pearl millet as a substitute for high-quality cool season grass hay should prepare for the immediate harvest beginning this month. Most smaller beef operations are not set up for feeding silage so there are two options available – green chopping and hay/baleage. Green chopping – Green chopping may be an option for producers especially if pastures are getting short of forage. Sorghum-sudangrasses are well suited to a green chop program. Field losses are less from green chopping than from grazing or haying. However, the fast growth rate of sorghum-sudangrass results in variable amounts and quality of feed throughout the growing season. When grass is young and growing rapidly it may contain 20 percent crude protein

and produce a highly succulent feed. As the crop grows taller and nears maturity, the protein content may drop to seven percent or less, and fibrous, low quality green chop is produced. Dry Hay and Baleage – Dry hay harvests are difficult with summer annuals. Ideally cut at a 30 to 36 inch height. Leave 6 to 8 inches stubble height for best regrowth and aeration of the cut forage swaths. A second harvest will also be increased if forages are harvest at this stage. (Table 1) Condition using more roller pressure than for conventional hays. If your mower has intermeshing rollers it is advised to adjust these rollers as tightly as recommended by the manufacturer. Create as wide and fluffy a windrow as possible. Do not windrow until the top of the windrows are dry enough for baling. It can take an entire week of sunny weather to cure the forage for dry hay harvest. Tedding this forage will be difficult as most tedders are not designed to handle such a heavy crop. Baleage – To hasten baling and preserve field losses associated with dry hay, the best option for harvest and storage of summer annuals is to wrap bales either individually or inline. Wrap bales as quickly as possible after baling to reduce internal heating and associated quality decline.

TABLE 1 - Approximate mechanical harvest and stubble heights of selected summer annuals HAY/BALEAGE MANAGEMENT Species

Height

Maturity Stage

(inches) Pearl Millet

Stubble Height* (inches)

30-40

Early head

4-6

Sorghum-sudan 30-40

Early head

6-8

Sudangrass

Early head

6-8

30-40

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Cautions and Considerations of Harvesting Summer Annuals Green Chop – Nitrates can become a problem in a green chop program under certain growing conditions such as drought and heavy nitrogen applications. Do not feed green chop that has heated in the wagon, feed bunk or stack, or that has been held overnight. Nitrates are converted to nitrites as plants respire; nitrites are about 10 times more toxic than nitrates. Feed only what can be consumed in a day. Dry Hay and Baleage – Prussic acid poisoning is a much less common occurrence when the affected summer annual is cut and baled as hay, since hydrogen cyanide (prussic acid) dissipates within a few days. However, toxic nitrate levels in hay will not go away, no matter how much time it is given. Thus, an analysis of any forage suspected of high nitrate levels is crucial in understanding how to deal with the affected forage. Nitrate levels would ideally be measured prior to harvest. If nitrate levels are found to be high, increase the cutter bar height to 2 to 4 inches above the target specified in the table so that the nitrates that are highly concentrated in the lower stalk are avoided. If baleage is been made in late August/early September, an application of approximately 50 units of nitrogen fertilizer should be made to hasten regrowth to increase yield for the subsequent second harvest. To reduce hay waste at the hay ring from cows pulling out long strands of feed, utilize a net wrap baler with cutting knives to facilitate smaller forage particle size. These balers with knives improve bale density and hay fermentation. Bales will tend to weigh several hundred pounds heavier even when only half the knives are engaged. These denser bales will use less net wrap, plastic to wrap the bales which can result in monetary savings and time savings. v


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Young Cattlemen’s Conference participants learned about current issues in the beef industry at the Ohio Statehouse. Pictured back row from left: Cole Liggett, Tuscarawas County; Garrett Stanfield, Adams County; Michael Anadell, Lorain County; Eric Blythe, Wayne County; Darby Walton, Wyandot County; Jason Workman, Ashland County. Pictured second row from left: Dakota Wroten, Gallia County; Mikayla Wroten, Gallia County; Kinley Kreis, Muskingum County; Meghan Pleiman, Shelby County; Katie Weeks, Champaign County; Scott Cummons, Gallia County. Pictured first row from left: Gabrielle Cooper, Preble County; Tayler Ardrey, Wayne County; Schelby Beach, Hancock County; Taylor Duckett, Iowa; Megan Maurer, Shelby County; Casey Wagner, Seneca County; Courtney Cummons, Gallia County.

Young Cattlemen’s Conference Shaping the Future of the Industry

The 2019 Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC) hosted 19 cattlemen and women for a three-day leadership development program in central Ohio, Aug. 8-10. The conference was made possible through the support of program sponsors, Farm Credit MidAmerica, Ohio Beef Council, Ohio Corn & Wheat Growers Association, Ohio Soybean Council and the Rick Malir & Bonnie Coley-Malir Beef Leadership Fund. YCC kicked off Thursday evening at the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus where participants were able to tour the house and learn about its mission. Attendees also had the opportunity to network over a beef dinner with members of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association’s Board of Directors, program sponsor representatives and other industry professionals. Vice President of Protein Procurement and Innovation, Wendy’s Quality Supply Chain 22 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

Co-op, Inc. (QSSC), Dr. Henry Zerby, served as the guest speaker for the evening and shared his thoughts on the future of the beef industry and some of the challenges it faces moving forward. On day two of YCC, conference attendees participated in a mini-Beef 509 session with Dr. Lyda Garcia, assistant professor of meat science for The Ohio State University’s Department of Animal Sciences. This handson experience included learning how meat is graded, the fabrication of wholesale and retail cuts, and other issues that can impact beef quality and pricing. Participants also viewed the champion beef carcasses from the 2019 Ohio State Fair and visited The Ohio State University’s football practice facilities. Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) staff then discussed the value of membership and the role OCA has in legislative and regulatory issues; participants also heard

from Executive Director of Government Affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), Allison Rivera, about the latest federal issues impacting the cattle industry. The afternoon was spent at the Ohio Statehouse where participants met with Representative Darrell Kick (District 70). Representative Kick, who sits on the the House Agricultural and Rural Development Committee, spoke about current Ohio legislation affecting the beef cattle industry and answered questions from the group. That evening, participants were hosted at the home of program sponsor, Rick Malir and Bonnie Coley-Malir. While there, attendees were able to network with one another and learn more about the couple’s agricultural roots and their passion for the beef industry and professional development. The final day of the conference was kicked off by Ohio Beef Council (OBC) staff, with a discussion regarding OBC’s role


Pictured left: YCC Participant Eric Blythe, Wayne County; Rick Malir, CEO and Co-founder of City Barbeque and one of the program sponsors; and YCC participant Cole Liggett of Tuscarawas County. Pictured right: Thursday evening, Vice President of Protein Procurement and Innovation, Wendy’s Quality Supply Chain Co-op, Inc. (QSSC), Dr. Henry Zerby, shared his thoughts on the future of the beef industry.

Pictured top: YCC participants pay close attention as representatives from The Ohio State University’s Department of Animal Sciences discuss beef carcass evaluation. Pictured bottom: Program sponsors, Rick Malir and Bonnie Coley-Malir welcomed YCC participants to their home for an evening of barbeque and networking.

in checkoff collection and beef promotional efforts in Ohio. Attendees also participated in a spokesperson training program coordinated by Director of Grassroots Advocacy and Spokesperson Development for NCBA, Ryan Goodman. Goodman led participants through a media training session that strengthened their communication skills, encouraged attendees to tell their beef production story and helped them become more effective cattle industry leaders. The purpose of YCC is to offer emerging Ohio beef industry leaders and young producers the opportunity to build their own leadership skills as they network with beef industry leaders, government officials, businesses and media. Young beef producers interested in attending the 2020 conference should contact the Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation at 614-873-6736 or email cattle@ohiocattle.org. v

Pictured above: YCC Participants met with Rep. Darrell Kick of District 70, Member of House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and a sixth-generation farmer and discussed current industry issues and gathered for a photo in the House Chamber.

Pictured above: Attendees discussed quality grading and fabrication while participating in a mini Beef 509 in the meat lab with Dr. Lyda Garcia, Assistant Professor of Meat Science in The Ohio State University’s Department of Animal Sciences. Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 23


OCA News OCA Spring Semester Internship Opportunities The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association and the Ohio Beef Council have always had the goal of providing great opportunities for young people interested in developing a career in the agricultural and beef industries. The organizations will be offering five internship positions for the Spring 2020 semester, beginning in January and continuing through the latter part of April depending on the position need. Each internship will require approximately 20 hours per week and is flexible based upon academic course schedules. Each successful candidate will receive a scholarship based on availability during the duration of the internship. Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, Attn: Internship, 10600 U.S. Highway 42, Marysville, Ohio 43040 or by email to Michaela Kramer at mkramer@ohiocattle.org, prior to October 1, 2019. For more information call 614-873-6736.

Industry Relations Intern

Want to learn more about major beef industry events? The primary responsibilities of this internship include coordinating and executing the Ohio Beef Expo trade show. In addition, this intern will enhance their communication skills through promotion and advertisement of the Ohio Beef Expo. The candidate will help facilitate other various association activities and industry events.

Public Relations Intern

The public relations internship is ideal for the student who wants to refine their communication skills. This intern will be responsible for Annual Meeting & Banquet and Ohio Beef Expo press releases both prior to and after the events. The candidate will also assist with the production of the Ohio Cattleman magazine. The candidate will

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also help facilitate various association activities and industry events while providing opportunities to learn more about event photography and social media.

Member Services Intern

Members are the heart of the OCA. The Member Services intern’s responsibilities will focus on coordinating OCA’s membership campaigns. This intern will provide support to Ohio Young Cattlemen’s programs and membership updates and newsletters. Additionally, this candidate will work with industry leaders while helping coordinate the Cattlemen at the Capital event at the Ohio Statehouse and the Membership Booth in the Ohio Beef Expo trade show.

Youth Activities Intern

Help foster the next generation of industry leaders in this position focusing on coordinating the Ohio Beef Expo Junior Show including fundraising and show management. This position will also help facilitate the Cattlemen’s Youth Quiz Bowl contest at the OCA Annual Meeting & Banquet. In addition, the intern will work closely with the Beef Exhibitor Show Total (BEST) Program. The candidate will also assist with other various association activities and industry events.

Beef Improvement Intern

Herd improvement is crucial to the Ohio beef industry. The Beef Improvement intern’s responsibilities include the organization of Ohio Beef Expo’s breed shows and sales and the Genetic Pathway. The intern will help coordinate and execute producer education programs such as Beef 509/510 and Beef Quality Assurance. The candidate will also assist with other various association activities and industry events.

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OCA Launches New Producer Education Program, Cattlemen’s Academy Kicks Off September 30 The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) will launch a new producer education program in the fall of 2019, the OCA Cattlemen’s Academy. OCA recognizes the importance of serving individual members across the state, and the goal of the Cattlemen’s Academy is to offer informative, hands-on learning experiences as part of a current OCA membership. Each year, the program will focus on a different aspect of the cattle industry with a new meeting series that is important to producers in the state of Ohio. As its first series, the Cattlemen’s Academy will host calving clinics at multiple locations throughout Ohio in conjunction with the Department of Animal Sciences at The Ohio State University. Producers will learn how to determine calf presentations and more about calving assistance techniques and calving facilities design. They will also be instructed on nutritional management of the

prepartum cow and bull selection for calving ease. Various experts from Ohio State and the cattle industry will be on-hand to instruct attendees and answer questions throughout the clinics. The Cattlemen’s Academy calving clinics are free for OCA members to attend. Those who are not current OCA members may still attend but must pay $75 per family upon registration. This cost includes clinic attendance and an OCA membership. A meal is included for each participant at each of the clinics, sponsored by Merck Animal Health. Producers should make plans to attend, or risk missing out on the chance to take part in this unique learning opportunity for their operations. Each clinic is limited to the first 100 registrants, so those interested should register early. The first calving clinic will take

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place at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 30, 2019 at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) Eastern Agricultural Research Station in Noble County, Ohio: 16870 TR 126 Caldwell, Ohio 43724. Additional calving clinics will be announced throughout the remainder of 2019. To register for a clinic or to learn more, visit ohiocattle.org, call the OCA office at 614-8736736 or contact OCA’s Director of Education, Kagney Collins at kcolllins@ohiocattle.org. v CALVING CLINICS DINNER SPONSOR:

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THE CLEMENS FAMILY

Cattle, conservation and race horses are all part of the Clemens family operation

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Story & photos by Amy Beth Graves

asey Clemens is bouncing around the back roads of Morgan County pointing out areas he owns or rents. A parcel on the right, a parcel on the left. They’re not always large areas – sometimes they don’t even get some swaths planted – but put together as a whole they work for the family. “It’s not always easy but we have a good life here. It’s a complicated farm, and we put in long hours but it’s what we do and we wouldn’t want to be anywhere else,” he said. Casey grew up on the farm, which his parents bought from his great great uncle in 1961. While the family had some sheep and cattle, he didn’t really get into the livestock until later in life. That’s mainly because he was too busy hauling equipment back and forth for the family’s business, Clemens Ford Tractor and Fertilizer Sales, which they operated for nearly 20 years. “I’ve been farming ever since I could push a clutch in. After high school, I kept on farming but really was never home. I was always up in Detroit where Ford was made and constantly bringing stuff back. I still haul some sawdust to the (Muskingum Livestock) sale and

a couple of other farms to earn a little extra money but I’m pretty much a ‘stay-at-homer’ now,” he laughed. The same could be said for his adult children, 26-year-old Brady and 23-year-old Vada. The brother and sister have their own registered Simmentals, which they show at the

and embryo (transfer). He has a very good eye for show cattle. He can look at them once and say ‘yep, I’ll take that one.’ Course it’s the most expensive one,” Casey laughed. Brady and Vada grew up in the showring and particularly liked going to the BEST shows in the winter. “The more BEST shows you went to, the better you did at your county fair. That repetition of going in the ring could really pay off,” said Casey’s mother, Joyce, who serves as the farm’s bookkeeper. Her husband, Mark, passed away last year. Vada has been accepted into Hocking College’s dental hygiene program but as her father says, she’s “not a goawayer.” “She works the ground in the spring, mows a lot of hay, rakes and does square baling. She’s very hands on because she grew up doing it,” Casey said noting that Vada runs the computer during Muskingum Livestock’s sale every Wednesday, sometimes putting in a 17-hour day there. Casey, who is a Muskingum Livestock board member, sells his commercial cattle there for its special

“It’s not always easy but we have a good life here.”

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- CASEY CLEMENS Ohio Beef Expo and the Ohio State Fair. A couple of years ago, Brady bought 160 acres nearby as he started branching out on his own. The family business, Clemens Farms, Inc., is a commercial cow-calf operation that’s predominantly an Angus-Simmental cross. The family became interested in the Simmental breed when Brady showed a Simmental heifer at age 9. “There were a few cows here when we bought the farm but it’s really grown over the last 20 years because of Brady’s cattle knowledge. He owns and sells the bulls and has put the money into (doing artificial insemination)


feeder calf sale in December as well as throughout the year. The family does both fall and spring calving and focuses on raising healthy and well weaned calves. They use a creep feeder to help calves gain more weight and wean the calves with their mothers within eyesight. They also typically hand feed the calves twice a day to help calm them down. “Weaned calves at the stock sale bring you more money. Bawling calves in the ring don’t bring as much as calm calves. We really try to get them as calm as possible before the sale,” Casey said. Conservation is a big part of the family farm, and the Clemens have received several awards, including the State Conservation Farm Family award in 2014. The award recognizes farm families for their dedication to natural resources and their efforts to conserve soil, water, woodland and wildlife on their land. Besides cattle, the family raises corn, soybeans and hay. “We do whatever we can to take care of the land because it’s taken good care of us,” Casey said as he pulled up next to a new watering trough that he put in with the help of his local Soil and Water Conservation District. “For years now we’ve put in different conservation measures because the ground isn’t very flat here and having so much rain has made it challenging at times.” Over the years, the family has put in fencing to keep livestock out of waterways, used cover crops to help keep nutrients in the ground, put in grassed waterways and done minimum till using a salford tool, which digs 4 inches down into the ground. “Using the salford tool helps save the

soil because you’re not dicing things up so fine and you’re only doing one pass over the land instead of four or five. It really saves on soil, wear and tear and labor,” Casey said. A couple of years ago, Brady put in a feeding pad for the cattle and this year is having a manure pit installed. Both projects received EQIP funding from the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service. “Our springs have been pretty bad and even in the winter. There’s so much mud because the ground is wet,” Casey said. “Having this concrete down means less destruction of the ground. And having the manure facility means we’re able to spread manure when weather conditions are right. It’s all about water quality. We need to take care of our water.” Another area of interest for the family is horse racing. The Clemens raise standard bred trotters, which

race at county fairs and Ohio’s four raceways. Brady drives their horses at county fairs, and the family’s “getaway time” is watching the horses race in Columbus. When it comes to the farm, everybody pitches in to help, including Casey’s two brothers, David and Daniel, and his uncle, Sam. A friend, Trevor Ruff, also works on the farm. Saying that the farm is a good size right now, Casey is confident that it will remain in the family. “We’re busy and we work long hours but that’s what farming is. It’s challenging to stay above water at times and to keep going. But it’s worth it to be working for yourself. As Brady says ‘Well, if we’re going home at 9 p.m. at least it’s not because we’re driving home from Columbus or Cleveland because we could make more money there,’” he said. “We like what we do and that’s what matters the most.” v

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Grand Champion Heifer Champion AOB BOY IMPRESSIVE 811 ET Kathy Lehman, Richland County

Third Overall Heifer Champion Chianina HEIN SUNFLOWER 426F Addie Shaffer, Lake County

Reserve Champion Heifer Champion Shorthorn CF CSF CUMBERLAND 836 McKala Grauel, Hardin County

Fourth Overall Heifer Champion SimSolution JBOY TAMMY 843 Kathy Lehman, Richland County

Judge: Amanda Schnoor - ChOWchilla, CA ASSOCIATE JUDGE: Scott bush - Britton, SD

Grand Champion Market Animal Champion Maine-Anjou Elizabeth Heintz, Hardin County

Third Overall Market Animal Champion Division 2 Crossbred Frani LeVan, Champaign County

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Fifth Overall Heifer Champion Angus DCC SHADOE 1720 Margaret Davis, Gallia County

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Reserve Grand Champion Market Animal Champion Division 3 Crossbred Delaney Jones, Allen County

Fourth Overall Market Animal Champion Chianina Elizabeth Heintz, Hardin County

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Results

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Angus Jr. Show

Breeding Cattle Show Results

Reserve Champion Female HENNING BLACKCAP 8060 Sydney Sanders, Highland County Champion Bred & Owned Female DCC SHADOE 1720 Margaret Davis, Gallia County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female PARADISE ERICA 947 Caroline Winter, Pickaway County

Angus Open Show

Champion Female DCC SHADOE 1720 Margaret Davis, Gallia County Reserve Champion Female HIGHLAND FARMS NELLIE 834 Garrett Miley, Noble County Champion Cow/Calf WAYVIEW BEAUTY 5210-9187 Rylee Closser, Licking County 32 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

Chianina Jr. Show

Champion Bull GAHLER O’REILLY 3809 Gahler Farms, Ottawa County Reserve Champion Bull GAHLER TREASURE 9841 Gahler Farms, Ottawa County Premier Exhibitor Jamie Wheeler, Seneca County Premier Breeder Jamie Wheeler, Seneca County

AOB Jr. Show

Reserve Champion Female CAG GARW MS FAITH 8608F Bailey Garwood, Columbiana County

Reserve Champion Female LFL JACKIE 8113 F ET Kathy Lehman, Richland County Champion Bred & Owned Female HFC MISS SWEET CAROL Caden Hess, Brown County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer MISS SCARLETT ZIGGY Taylor Barton, Clinton County

Chianina Open Show

Champion Female HEIN SUNFLOWER 426F Addie Shaffer, Lake County Reserve Champion Female TSSC BT WHOS TALKING NOW ET Brice Phelps, Union County

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Gelbvieh Jr. Show

Champion Bull HGEN ACE OF SPADES Austin Hunker, Huron County Reserve Champion Bull MCNL RUGER 70E McConnell Farms, Knox County Premier Exhibitor McConnell Farms, Knox County Premier Breeder Austin Hunker, Huron County

Crossbred Show

Champion Female Audriana Albert, Richland Couny Reserve Champion Female Dalton Kennedy, Adams County

Champion Female KVEE FAITH 836F Betsy Knicely, Muskingum County Reserve Champion Female KVEE GINA 935G Brooke Knicely, Muskingum County Champion Bred & Owned Female KVEE FELICITY 819 F Brooke Knicely, Muskingum County

Champion Bull OHMV MV FORBIDDEN F420 Maple Valley Farm, Highland County Reserve Champion Bull KVEE GOLD DIGGER 936G Brooke Knicely, Muskingum County

Hereford Jr. Show

Gelbvieh Open Show

Champion Female KVEE FELICITY 819 F Brooke Knicely, Muskingum County Reserve Champion Female KVEE GINA 935G Brooke Knicely, Muskingum County

Champion Female SSF KKH KEYARA 822 ET Maddox Cupp, Fairfield County Reserve Champion Female SULL CCC PL ROSIE 800 Kathy Lehman, Richland County Champion Bred & Owned Female MISS PRINGLES Morgan Love, Fairfield County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female HFJ ELLIES DESTINY 403F Jacob Wiechart, Putnam County

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Results

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Hereford Open Show

Champion Female SSF KKH KEYARA 822 ET Maddox Cupp, Fairfield County Reserve Champion Female SULL CCC PL ROSIE 800 Kathy Lehman, Richland County Champion Cow/Calf Pair UHF U 27Y GRACE U16 E Keith Ullman, Monroe County Reserve Champion Cow/Calf Pair DELHAWK MISS SAMANTHA 7 Grant Helsinger, Montgomery County

Limousin Jr. Show

Champion Female ELCX FOR THE WIN 323F Sydney Sanders, Highland County Reserve Champion Female EWLK WSCC BARBARA 113 ET Dalayna Collins, Highland County Champion Bred & Owned Female KJMR HOPE3 KJ17F Kurtis Moore, Coshocton County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female EMMA CHAROLETTE Emma Gurney, Seneca County

Champion Bull KJMR BLACKJACK KJ12F Kurtis Moore, Coshocton County Reserve Champion Bull HZLC PURPLE RAIN 835F Hannah Ziegler, Wyandot County Premier Exhibitor VanHorn Limousin Farms, Morgan County Premier Breeder VanHorn Limousin Farms, Morgan County

Maine-Anjou Jr. Show

Limousin Open Show

Champion Bull UHF 480 ON TIME U14F Keith Ullman, Monroe County Reserve Champion Bull WILSON 3001 ARROWHEAD 78E Corey Wilson - Wilson Stock Farm, Columbiana County Premier Exhibitor Keith Ullman, Monroe County Premier Breeder Creek Bottom Farms, Stark County

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Champion Female ELCX FOR THE WIN 323F Sydney Sanders, Highland County Reserve Champion Female EWLK WSCC BARBARA 1 LFF Dalayna Collins, Highland County

Champion Female BMWC XACTLY 512F ET Austin Hunker, Huron County Reserve Champion Female SIECK MISS VADA Hanna Schroeder, Putnam County Champion Bred & Owned Female BETHANY Blake Herdman, Highland County


Junior & Open Beef Exhibitors, 2019 Ohio State Fair Exhibitors,

Champion MaineTainer Female BMWC ACE 421F ET Austin Hunker, Huron County Reserve Champion MaineTainer Female MINN CINDERELLA 190F ET Kathy Lehman, Richland County Champion Bred & Owned Female NSSC HANNA’S LADY Hanna Schroeder, Putnam County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female HFC MISS ANNABELLE Caden Hess, Brown County

Champion MaineTainer Female MINN CINDERELLA 190F ET Kathy Lehman, Richland County Reserve Champion Female BMWC ACE 421F ET Austin Hunker, Huron County

Maine-Anjou Open Show Champion MaineTainer Bull MCCF MFW FAME MONSTER Ali Muir & MidWay Farms, Hardin County Premier Exhibitor Ali Muir, Auglaize County Premier Breeder Austin Hunker, Huron County Champion Female BMWC XACTLY 512F ET Austin Hunker, Huron County Reserve Champion Female BOE TANYA ET Rylee Closser, Licking County

Simply said…THANKS to all the exhibitors of the 2019 Ohio State Fair. We had an outstanding year with a lot of changes / nuances, and we pulled it off. Moreover, I can’t thank the beef barn staff enough for all their commitment and passion for making every year a great one. The “viaduct” curve ball was one none of us expected this year. It is greatly appreciated that all the sessions worked with us to make it happen. Losing a third of our viaduct bays was a challenge and we collectively worked together to make this year the best it could be, despite the circumstances. Special appreciation to the prospect folks that were willing to stall in the dairy barn. How about that Dean’s Charity Steer Show? At last count, we were approaching $150,000 for the Ronald McDonald House of Columbus. This would not have been possible without 13 of our junior families committing and participating. I continue to be amazed and proud of our youth and their families and how they give back in so many wonderful ways. I’d be remiss if I did not thank our friends from the hog barn for the awesome meal and concert on Thursday, as well as the Grauer Family, Si Pirogowicz and the sponsors for Friday’s incredible meal. The reason for all of this is the youth. I say this every year, but it is worth repeating…Ohio has unquestionably the greatest beef youth in the world. Once again, the number of “first time” exhibitors were overwhelming. Junior Nationals, Denver, Louisville, Kansas City…every credible show in this country is dominated by the youth of Ohio. These kids are the reason that I come back every year…I like the adults, but if it were not for the kids it would not be quite as nice. Thanks to all you parents for lending us your youngsters for a few days every summer. The future of our industry is in great hands here in Ohio. Super big thanks to Virgil, Stacey, Barb and all the staff at the OSF. Equally, none of what we accomplish at the OSF would be possible without the support and leadership of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association and the awesome staff there. I pray that all of you have a safe and health filled fall and winter until our paths cross again. Go Bucks!

Bill Tom Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 35 Beef Department Superintendant


Results

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Santa Gertrudis Open Show

Premier Breeder Osborne Livestock - Lathrop, MO Premier Exhibitor Osborne Livestock - Lathrop, MO

Shorthorn Open Show

Shorthorn Junior Show

Champion Female FLATWILLOW LYRIC Thomas Benfield - Statesville, NC Reserve Champion Female MISS DOUBLE TT 107 Cody Heath - Turner Station, KY Best of Polled Female MISS DOUBLE TT 107 Cody Heath - Turner Station, KY

Champion Bull OLC REDMAN 517 Craig Lopossa - Poland, IN Reserve Champion Bull CIRCLE A CREED Thomas Benfield - Statesville, NC Produce of Dam Hailey Grubb, Ross County Champion Star Five Female ROYAL PRINCESS Osborne Livestock - Lathrop, MO Reserve Champion Star Five Female DAISY Layne Patterson - Bloomfield, IN

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Reserve Champion Female CF NNN AUGUSTA PRIDE 8102 EV Allysa Carter, Warren County Champion Bred & Owned Female LAYLA’S KNIGHTED PEARL 119 Mya Hetrick, Sandusky County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female FPK CINDY BEAUTY 1761 Fulton Kennedy, Adams County

Champion ShorthornPlus Female BSCS MS. BLUE MARGIE ET 3F ET Erin Dilger-Lawrence, Licking County Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Female SULL LADY CRYSTAL 8062F ET Dawson Osborn, Highland County Champion Bred & Owned Female M&L MISS MIRACLE 1218 McKalynne Helmke, Tuscarawas County

Champion Female CF NNN AUGUSTA PRIDE 8102 EV Allysa Carter, Warren County Reserve Champion Female FPK CINDY BEAUTY 1761 Fulton Kennedy, Adams County Champion Cow/Calf Pair BRH PROUD FOOL 1720 Caroline Winter, Pickaway County Reserve Champion Cow/Calf Pair TOF SUNSET #12 Twin Oaks Farm, Ashland County

Champion Bull PVF INDEPENDENCE 114F Whitney Miller, Holmes County Reserve Champion Bull ROAN SAVAGE 1193 Mya Hetrick, Sandusky County Get-of-Sire Cedar Lane Farms, Greene County Group-of-Two Females Belle Brautigam, Shelby County Caroline Winter, Pickaway County


Best Six Head Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm, Belmont County Premier Breeder Cedar Lane Farms, Greene County Premier Exhibitor Cedar Lane Farms, Greene County

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer SULL LADY CRYSTAL 8062F ET Dawson Osborn, Highland County Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer BSCS MS BLUE MARGIE ET 3F ET Erin Dilger-Lawrence, Licking County

Champion ShorthornPlus Bull BFC BLACKJACK F064 Brandywine Farms - Carthage, Indiana Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Bull BFC DREAM ON G0001 Brandywine Farms - Carthage, Indiana

Simmental Junior Show

Simmental Open Show

Champion Female TJSC OBSESSION 103F Tyler Topmiller, Warren County Reserve Champion Female LLSF FAITH F565 Hudson Drake, Ross County Champion Bred & Owned Female WISE-GUACAMOLE McKalynne Helmke, Tuscarawas County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female NHSC ALLIE’S CRYSTAL 01G Allison Herr, Fulton County

Champion Female TJSC OBSESSION 103F Tyler Topmiller, Warren County Reserve Champion Female LLSF FAITH F565 Hudson Drake, Ross County Champion Cow/Calf DHC HIGH MAINTENANCE Dustin Pape, Carroll County Reserve Champion Cow/Calf FSCI NEON’S REGARD C505 Ferguson Show Cattle, Geauga County

Reserve Champion SimSolution Female TJSC KNOCKOUT 208F Hannah Schaub, Auglaize County Champion Bred & Owned SimSolution Female JONES SO SWEET 100E Christina Norman, Fulton County Reserve Champion Bred & Owned SimSolution Female SHE KNOWS NO WORRIES Hunter Harris, Adams County

Champion Bull PPCC GRAND LARCENY Prospect Cattle, Highland County Reserve Champion Bull FSCI RED TAPE F048 Ferguson Show Cattle, Geauga County

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Results

& Highlights

Miniature Hereford Open Show

Champion Percentage Female TJSC KNOCKOUT 208F Hannah Schaub, Auglaize County Reserve Champion Percentage Female JBOY TAMMY 843 Kathy Lehman, Richland County Champion Percentage Cow/Calf SHE KNOWS NO WORRIES Hunter Harris, Adams County Reserve Champion Percentage Cow/Calf JONES SO SWEET 1OOE Christina Norman, Fulton County

Champion Percentage Bull FSCI MISTER TRIBUTE E387 Ferguson Show Cattle, Geauga County Reserve Champion Percentage Bull DVSF SUBSTANCE E2 Davis Farms, Ross County Premier Exhibitor Ferguson Show Cattle, Geauga County Premier Breeder Ferguson Show Cattle, Geauga County

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Champion Female KERSTENS PATCH Jonny King, Miami County Reserve Champion Female VW’S TESS Emma Havenar, Miami County

Champion Bull DJ’S LANCER Shawn Lohr, Richland County Reserve Champion Bull 4 WILEY SIR SMITH 4 Wiley Farm, Morrow County Champion Steer EL JAKE Trenton Havenar, Miami County Reserve Champion Steer VADER Cody Landin, Putnam County Pair of Females Ely Livestock, Miami County 4-Wiley Farm, Morrow County Premier Breeder 4-Wiley Farm, Morrow County Premier Exhibitor 4-Wiley Farm, Morrow County


Market Beef Show Results

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer Holden LeVan, Champaign County

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer Alex Linder, Huron County Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer Tatumn Poff, Geauga County

Division I Champion Crossbred Madison Paden, Guernsey County Division I Reserve Champion Crossbred Allison Davis, Carroll County

NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Champion Hereford Steer Madison Frey, Crawford County Reserve Champion Hereford Steer Kendall Bishop, Clark County

Champion Simmental Steer Libby Grossniklaus, Wayne County Reserve Champion Simmental Steer Caden Wright, Allen County

Division III Reserve Champion Crossbred Elizabeth Heintz, Hardin County

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer Victoria Waits, Fayette County

Champion AOB Steer Harrison Blay, Portage County Reserve Champion AOB Steer Sydney Sanders, Highland County

Division IV Champion Crossbred Oliver McGuire, Champaign County Division IV Reserve Champion Crossbred Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford County

For more Results from the Ohio State Fair visit

www.ohiostatefair.com Champion Shorthorn Steer Ross Michael, Montgomery County Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer Logan Kinney, Logan County

Champion Market Heifer Luke Fulton, Miami County Reserve Champion Market Heifer Kyle Kardotzke, Erie County Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 39


Results

& Highlights

Prospect Calf Show Results Judge: Scott Bush - Britton, South Dakota

Grand Champion Steer McCullough Hoffman Farm, Hardin County Reserve Champion Steer Bobby Keirns, Athens County Third Overall Steer Karsyn Ball, Lawrence County Fourth Overall Steer Wyatt Osborn/Hatfield Family Farms, Highland County Fifth Overall Steer Carson Barton, Clinton County

Grand Champion Heifer Taylor Barton, Clinton County Reserve Champion Heifer Seth Vogel, Adams County Third Overall Heifer Parry Show Cattle, Highland County Fourth Overall Heifer Casey Leach, Hocking County Fifth Overall Heifer Allison Kiley, Highland County

Outstanding Beef Breeding Exhibitors

From L-R: Delaney Chester, Warren County; Wyatt Osborn, Highland County; Allison Davis, Carroll County; Hudson Drake, Ross County; Dawson Osborn, Highland County - 3rd place; Sydney Sanders, Highland County - 2nd Place; Carly Sanders, Highland County - 1st Place. 40 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019


Photo Credits: Ohio’s Country Journal and Ohio Ag Net

Congratulations, beef cattle exhibitor scholarship winners:

Caroline Blay, Portage County

Alana Hesler, Adams County

it Elected Officials vis the State Fair

Abbygail Pitstick, Madison County

Outstanding Record Books

Morgan Neill, age 9 of Huron County; Wyatt Osborn, age 10 of Highland County; Tatumn Poff, age 11 of Geauga County; Sydney Sanders, age 12 of Highland County; Adeline Kendle, age 13 of Tuscarawas County; Dawson Osborn, age 14 of Highland County; Shala Graham, age 15 of Licking County; Colleen Minges, age 16 of Butler County; Elizabeth Heintz, age 17 of Auglaize County; Chelsea Graham, age 18 of Licking County.

Skillathon Winners

Morgan Neill, age 9 of Huron County; Wyatt Osborn, age 10 of Highland County; Tatumn Poff, age 11 of Geauga County; Sydney Sanders, age 12 of Highland County; Adeline Kendle, age 13 of Tuscarawas County; Dawson Osborn, age 14 of Highland County; Shala Graham, age 15 of Licking County; Colleen Minges, age 16 of Butler County; Elizabeth Heintz, age 17 of Auglaize County; Chelsea Graham, age 18 of Licking County.

Oustanding Market Exhibitors Pictured from Top: OCA Vice President Aaron Arnett, his wife Jill and son Tyson, visited with Governor Mike DeWine during the Market Beef Show. President Pro Tempore of the Ohio Senate, Bob Peterson, and OCA Director, Frank Phelps, at the Joint House and Senate Agriculture Committee Hearing in the Donahey Ag & Hort building .

Morgan Neill, age 9 of Huron County; Wyatt Osborn, age 10 of Highland County; Tatumn Poff, age 11 of Geauga County; Sydney Sanders, age 12 of Highland County; Adeline Kendle, age 13 of Tuscarawas County; Dawson Osborn, age 14 of Highland County; Shala Graham, age 15 of Licking County; Colleen Minges, age 16 of Butler County; Elizabeth Heintz, age 17 of Auglaize County; Chelsea Graham, age 18 of Licking County.

Governor Mike DeWine and First Lady Fran DeWine stopped by the Taste of Ohio Cafe’ while the Liberty Union FFA Chapter was volunteering. Ohio Auditor of State, Keith Faber, spoke with OCA member Chase Gostomsky, Darke County, when he stopped by the Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 41 Voinovich building.


Results

& Highlights

Sale of Champions Grand Champion Market Beef

Elizabeth Heintz, Hardin County Live Weight – 1289 Carcass Weight – 819 Dressing Percentage – 63.5% Backfat (inches) – 0.25 Ribeye (area, square in.) – 16.2 Yield Grade – 1.5 Quality Grade – Low Choice Purchased by: Steve R. Rauch Excavating and Demolition Sold For: $50,000

Reserve Grand Champion Market Beef

Delaney Jones, Allen County Live Weight – 1356 Carcass Weight – 839 Dressing Percentage – 61.9% Backfat (inches) – 0.3 Ribeye (area, square in.) – 12.9 Yield Grade – 2.8 Quality Grade – High Select Purchased by: Steve R. Rauch Excavating and Demolition, Mark Kvamme Family and Meijer Sold For: $56,000

top Three Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitors

Alex Linder, Huron County finished first in the 2019 Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor. The $1,000 prize was sponsored by Steve R. Rauch Excavating and Demolition. 42 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

Sydney Sanders, Highland County finished second in the 2019 Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor. The $800 prize was sponsored by The Kroger Co.

Allison Davis, Carroll County finished third in the 2019 Outstanding Market Beef Exhibitor. The $500 prize was sponsored by the Youth Reserve Program.


Ohio Beef Council at the State Fair!

Ohio State Fair Promotions:

Ohio Beef Council (OBC) worked in the beef barn at the Ohio State Fair to run the Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner. store and the Cattlemen’s Country Club Putt-Putt Golf Course. OBC also offered virtual tours of ranches and feedyards with their virtual reality googles in the store area. There were multiple educational stations set up for the fairgoers to come in and learn about the beef industry. These stations included information about beef cuts and parts, checkoff dollars and the many by-products that stem from the cattle industry.

Burger Battle:

OBC hosted the annual Capital City Burger Battle at the Ohio State Fair. Seven teams of Ohio ProStart students competed for the title of champion burger. The students with the top three burgers received scholarships and cash prizes. Throughout the competition, members of the OBC Operating Committee and staff members grilled and prepared a variety of steak samples for the fairgoers to sample while they observed the competition.

www.ohiobeef.org

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Results

& Highlights

Breeding Cattle Showmanship Champions - Session 1

Session 1 Junior Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Carly Sanders, Highland County, Champion; Kolten Greenhorn, Greene County, Reserve Champion; Morgan Neill, Huron County, 3rd Place; Andrew Johnson, Preble County, 4th Place; Sara Britton, Wood County, 5th Place.

Session 1 Intermediate Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Hudson Drake, Ross County, Champion; Sadie Holman, Licking County, Reserve Champion; Brooklyn Pierce, Morgan County, 3rd Place; Sydney Sanders, Highland County, 4th Place; Grant Helsinger, Montgomery County, 5th Place.

Breeding Cattle Showmanship Champions - Session 2

Session 2 Junior Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Carly Sanders, Highland County, Champion; Tyler Neill, Huron County, Reserve Champion; Delaney Chester, Warren County, 3rd Place; Connor Yochum, Highland County, 4th Place; Wyatt Osborn, Highland County, 5th Place.

Session 2 Intermediate Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Sydney Sanders, Highland County, Champion; Karlie Kennedy, Adams County, Reserve Champion; Sydney Kleman, Putnam County, 3rd Place; Ethan Davies, Wood County, 4th Place; Garrett Miley, Noble County, 5th Place.

Market Beef Showmanship Champions

The market beef 9-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Carston Stephens, Ashland County, Champion; Bailey Garwood, Columbiana County, Reserve Champion; Jackson Brandt, Tuscarawas County, 3rd Place; Brylie Jackson, Clark County , 4th Place; Brady Evans, Tuscarawas County, 5th Place; Klayten Chamberlin, Hardin County, 6th Place; Kendall Bishop, Clark County, 7th Place.

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Judge: Chris Cassady, Iowa

Session 1 Senior Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Samantha Wallace, Sandusky County, Champion; McKenzie Powers, Fairfield County, Reserve Champion; Hunter Harris, Adams County, 3rd Place; Abbygail Pitstick, Madison County, 4th Place; Katie Storey, Sandusky County, 5th Place.

Judge: Jeff Dameron, Illinois

Session 2 Senior Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Caden Hess, Highland County, Champion; Shala Graham, Licking County, Reserve Champion; Dawson Osborn, Highland County, 3rd Place; Allison Davis, Carroll County, 4th Place; Rylee Closser, Licking County, 5th Place.

Judge: Cari Rincker, Illinois

The market beef 10-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Madisyn Brandt, Tuscarawas County, Champion; Kendall Davies, Wood County, Reserve Champion; Tyler Neill, Huron County, 3rd Place; Levi Yelton, Champaign County, 4th Place; Caiden Daugherty, Morrow County, 5th Place; Luke Fulton, Miami County, 6th Place; Trevin Redd, Wyandot County, 7th Place; Barrett Evans, Tuscarawas County, 8th Place; Brody Studenka, Fulton County, 9th Place; Brock Lyons, Miami County, 10th Place.

The market beef 11-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Carly Sanders, Highland County, Champion; Alexis Watkins, Wyandot County, Reserve Champion; Ashton Bain, Highland County. 3rd Place; Delaney Chester, Warren County, 4th Place; Wyatt Osborn, Highland County, 5th Place; Cade Hawley, Ashland County, 6th Place; Jack Stingley, Warren County, 7th Place; Norah Randolph, Tuscarawas County, 8th Place; Nicholas McKay, Union County, 9th Place; Madison Frey, Crawford County, 10th Place.


Market Beef Showmanship Champions

The market beef 12-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Hayden Smith, Holmes County, Champion; Holden LeVan, Champaign County, Reserve Champion; Logan Schroeder, Defiance County, 3rd Place; Lauren McIntosh, Brown County, 4th Place; Lauren Schulte, Putnam County, 5th Place; Tatumn Poff, Geauga County, 6th Place; Taylor Poff, Geauga County, 7th County; Caroline Sever, Ross County, 8th Place, Garrett Agle, Clark County, 9th Place, Mason Kinney, Huron County, 10th Place.

The market beef 13-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Madison Paden, Guernsey County, Champion; Sydney Sanders, Highland County, Reserve Champion; Kelly Hinds, Tuscarawas County, 3rd Place; Ross Michael, Montgomery County, 4th Place; Jaycee Yelton, Champaign County, 5th Place; Grant Belleville, Wood County, 6th Place; Delaney Jones, Allen County 7th Place; Rylan Luyster, Belmont County, 8th Place; Baylee Harmon, Morgan County, 9th Place; Ryleigh Egbert, Auglaize County, 10th Place.

The market beef 14-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Montana Hulsmeyer, Allen County, Champion; Annette Augustine, Ashland County, Reserve Champion; Brice Phelps, Union County, 3rd Place; Harrison Blay, Portage County, 4th Place; Luke Kiefer, 5th Place; Carly Csapo, Wayne County, 6th Place; Luke Schroeder, Butler County, 7th Place; Lane Underwood, Hardin County, 8th Place; Kamree Frey, Crawford County, 9th Place; Kylee Bloomfield, Crawford County, 10th Place.

The market beef 15-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Hayden Belleville, Wood County, Champion; Paige Pence, Miami County, Reserve Champion; Alayna McIntosh, Brown County, 3rd Place; McKalynne Helmke, Tuscarawas County, 4th Place; Frani LeVan, Champaign County, 5th Place; Maggie Mathews, Clinton County, 6th Place; Rachel Hostetler, Logan County, 7th Place; Dawson Osborn, Highland County, 8th Place; Emily Singer, Defiance County, 9th Place; Avery McGuire, Champaign County, 10th Place.

The market beef 16-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Hannah Whitted, Portage County, Champion; Alex Linder, Huron County, Reserve Champion; Mallory Peter, Defiance County, 3rd Place; Shala Graham, Licking County, 4th Place; Victoria Waits, Fayette County, 5th Place; Alli Underwood, Hardin County, 6th Place; Abby Facemyer, Delaware County, 7th Place; Karli Gaddis, Morrow County, 8th Place; Trevor Christian, Geauga County, 9th Place; Cael Gostomsky, Darke County, 10th Place.

The market beef 17-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Caroline Blay, Portage County, Champion; Tyler Michael, Montgomery County, Reserve Champion; Allison Davis, Carroll County, 3rd Place; Ian Gehret, Darke County, 4th Place; Zach Retcher, Defiance County, 5th Place; Alexis Renner, Tuscarawas County, 6th Place; Aubrey Csapo, Wayne County, 7th Place; Caroline Winter, Pickaway County, 8th Place; Colleen Minges, Butler County, 9th Place; Caden Hess, Highland County, 10th Place.

Congratulations!

The market beef 18-year-old Showmanship Champions pictured from left are Brooke Egbert, Auglaize County, Champion; Micayla McClure, Hamilton County, Reserve Champion; Lori Millenbaugh, Crawford County, 3rd Place; Hadley LeVan, Champaign County, 4th Place; Emily Paden, Guernsey County, 5th Place; Elizabeth Heintz, Hardin County, 6th Place; Cole Foor, Licking County, 7th Place; Zach Meyer, Mercer County, 8th Place; Blaine Grant, Defiance County, 9th Place; Alli Pfister, Licking County, 10th Place.

Congratulations to Hudson Drake, Ross County, for being named the 2019 Ohio State Fair Breeding Cattle Supreme Showman for session 1.

See you next year! 2020 Ohio STate Fair: July 29 - August 9

Congratulations to Sydney Sanders, Highland County, for being named the 2019 Ohio State Fair Breeding Cattle Supreme Showman for session 2.

Congratulations to Caroline Blay of Portage County, for being named the 2019 Ohio State Fair Market Beef Supreme Showman.

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Results

& Highlights

Judging Contest Results Jr. Beef Individuals

Jr. High Individuals

Jr. High Team

The Jr. beef high individuals pictured from left are Cody Hesler, Adams County, 1st Place; Taylor Olszewski, Wayne County, 2nd Place; Brynn Shearer, Wayne County, 3rd Place; Hunter Miller, Tuscarawas County, 4th Place; Anne Young, ---- County, 5th Place; Avery Barker, Ross County, 6th Place; Beau Hesler, Adams County, 7th Place; Abi Earley, Clinton County, 8th Place; Katie Cook, Highland County, 9th Place; Drew Reeves, Madison County, 10th Place.

The Jr. overall high individuals pictured from left are Cody Hesler, Adams County, 1st Place; Beau Hesler, AdamsCounty, 2nd Place; Arnold Kolton, Tuscarawas County, 3rd Place; Luke Perry, Wood County, 4th Place; Kari Carter, Marion County, 5th Place; Taylor Olszewski, Wayne County, 6th Place; Brayden Hayes, Ottawa County, 7th Place; Grayden Sproull, Tuscarawas County, 8th Place; Ryleigh Schafer, Champaign County, 9th Place; Kyle Olszewski, Wayne County, 10th Place.

The Jr. overall high team was Adams County. Team members included Cody Hesler, Beau Hesler and David Raines

Sr. Beef Individuals

Sr. High Individuals

Sr. High Team

The Sr. overall high individuals pictured from left are Ellie Kidwell, Knox County, 1st Place; Hayden Belleville, Wood County, 2nd Place; Alyssa Carter, Warren County, 3rd Place; Maggie Miller, Tuscarawas County, 4th Place; Morgan Simon, Wood County, 5th Place; Ashley O’Brien, Wood County, 6th Place; Ethan Staley, Knox County, 7th Place; Logan Heitzman, Warren County, 8th Place; Jera Jordan, Warren County, 9th Place; Owen Brinker, Warren County, 10th Place.

The Sr. overall high team was Warren County. Team members included Alyssa Carter, Logan Heitzman, Jera Jordan and Caroline Bensman.

The Sr. beef high individuals pictured from left are Ellie Kidwell, Knox County, 1st Place; Adem Newman, Adams County, 2nd Place; Ashley O’Brien, Wood County, 3rd Place; Hayden Belleville, Wood County, 4th Place; Logan Heitzman, Warren County, 5th Place; Nolan Newman, Adams County, 6th Place; Alyssa Carter, Warren County, 7th Place; Grace Gumm, Ross County, 8th Place; Andrew May, Portage County, 9th Place; Emily Buckley, Fairfield County, 10th Place.

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Thank You,

OCA steak barn & food pavilion Volunteers! Adams County Cattlemen Clark County Cattle Producers Crawford County Cattlemen Fayette County Cattlemen Gallipolis FFA Heartland Bank Jim & Dee Jepsen Kohl’s Department Store, KVP Liberty Union FFA Meadowbrook FFA Mechanicsburg FFA

Miss Agriculture USA Mohawk FFA Montgomery County Cattlemen Morgan FFA OSU Beef Team Rabbits & Roosters 4-H Club RG Drage FFA Riverdale FFA Union Local FFA United Producers, Inc.

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Ohio Cattlemen’‘ ’s Foundation News OCF Scholarship Applications Available Several college scholarships are currently available to beef industry youth. These scholarships are administered through the Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation in conjunction with the following organizations and individuals. Applications are now being accepted for the following scholarships and are due October 31, 2019. Note: Applicants are only eligible to receive one Foundation scholarship per calendar year.

Cattlemen’s Country Club

Tagged for Greatness

One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a college student who is enrolled in an agricultural program or a graduating high school senior who plans to study agriculture at a college or university. This scholarship is sponsored by Saltwell Western Store, owned by Jay and Sally Puzacke and the Ohio Beef Expo. The scholarship is funded by a percentage of sales from the official line of Expo clothing sold through Saltwell’s trade show booth at the Ohio Beef Expo.

Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to a college student who is enrolled in an agricultural program or a graduating high school senior who plans to study agriculture at a college or university. This scholarship is made possible by the sale of Ohio’s beef specialty license plates. For information on purchasing beef plates, contact the Foundation office at 614-873-6736.

Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to a college student who is enrolled in a two-year or four-year program or a graduating high school senior who plans to attend a college or university majoring in an agricultural or non-agricultural program. This scholarship is made possible by proceeds from the beef putt-putt golf course at the Ohio State Fair.

Saltwell Expo Scholarship

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One high school senior or college student who is enrolled in a two-year or four-year program will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. Students must be majoring in an agricultural program to receive the scholarship, with preference going to those with beef related degrees. This scholarship was created in honor of Bill Cleland, Sr. who passed away in October 2014.

Noah Cox Memorial Scholarship

One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a college student who is enrolled in a two-year or four-year program or a graduating high school senior who plans to attend a college or university majoring in a agricultural or non-agricultural program. This scholarship was created in honor of Noah Cox who passed away in May 2017.

Cattlemen’s Gala Scholarship

Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to college students who are enrolled in an agricultural program or a graduating high school senior who plans to study agriculture at a college or university. This scholarship is made possible by the annual Cattlemen’s Gala Celebration and Fundraiser.

Ohio CattleWomen

Up to five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded annually to outstanding college junior or senior students in a four-year program (2019-2020 school year). Priority will be given to applicants attending a school in Ohio. Applicants’ majors may vary; however, preference will be given to a major in agriculture, specifically relating to beef. Applicants must be maintaining a 2.75 GPA or higher. Visit www.ohiocattlewomen.com for more information. Applications due December 15, 2019.

To Apply

Learn more today at knowmycotoxins.com Ryan Sorensen | Territory Sales Manager rsorensen@Alltech.com | 440-759-8938

William A. Cleland, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

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Interested students can download the applications at www.ohiocattle.org/ foundation or www.ohiocattlewomen. com. All completed applications for the first six scholarships must be returned to the Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation office by October 31, 2019. Questions can be directed to kcollins@ohiocattle.org or by calling 614-873-6736. v


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S A V Resource 1441 x S A V Pioneer 7301 This three-year-old daughter of SAV Resource 1441 from the donor Boyd Abigale 0001 sells with a calf at side by LD Capitalist 316.

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Dean’s Charity Steer Show

Ohio Celebrities and 4-H Youth Making a Difference Photos by Linde’s Livestock Photos

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new event at the 2019 Ohio State Fair, the Dean’s Charity Steer Show was a huge success – raising nearly $150,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Central Ohio. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association is proud to have helped coordinate the event alongside The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and Telhio Credit Union. Hosted by Cathann A. Kress, vice president for agricultural administration and dean of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), the July 30 charity show included 13 teams of celebrity exhibitors and 4-Hers with their steers. It was held at the Ohio Expo Center and State Fair’s Voinovich Livestock & Trade Center. If you were unable to attend the show, donations to RMHC will be accepted through August 31 at give.osu. edu/deanscharitysteershow. “I am so appreciative of the

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unbelievable support we received in our first year of doing this.” said Kress. “It was wonderful to see us come together to celebrate agriculture and children, both our 4-H youth as well as youth who benefit from the wonderful Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio.” In addition to RMHC, the big winners were the teams who won the Best Steer Award, the Showmanship Award, and the People’s Choice Award. Exhibitor Clark Kellogg, former NBA player and CBS Sports lead college basketball analyst and his 4-H teammate, Sydney Sanders from Highland County, took the Best Steer Award with Sanders’ Charolais, Cosmo. The Showmanship Award went to exhibitor Bob Peterson, public servant and 8th generation farmer from Fayette County and his 4-H teammate, Victoria Waits and her Angus steer, Rabbit, also from Fayette County. Exhibitor Adam Sharp, Ohio Farm Bureau executive vice president, along with his Miami County 4-Her Sam Sutherly and his crossbred steer,

Buttercup won bragging rights with the coveted People’s Choice Award. Celebrity exhibitors, in addition to Kress, Kellogg, Peterson, and Sharp, included Matt Barnes, WCMH-TV Channel 4 anchor; Mark Berven, president and chief operating officer of Nationwide Property & Casualty; Joshua Perry, former Ohio State and NFL football player, stood in for Bobby Carpenter and represented 97.1 FM The Fan, Columbus; Jay Edwards, public servant and small business owner from Athens County; Clay Hall, sports director for Columbus’ WSYX 6/Fox 28 TV; Woody Johnson, host of “Woody and the Wake-Up Call” on WCOL-FM 92.3, Columbus; Rick Malir, chief executive officer and co-founder of City Barbeque; Bob McElligott, sports broadcaster for the Columbus Blue Jackets; and Shelley Meyer, former first lady of Ohio State football and instructor for Ohio State’s College of Nursing. More than 900 attended the Steer Show event and made donations ranging from 87 cents to $15,000.


Individuals and organizations who bid on and “purchased” steers during the “sale” included Heartland Bank; Nationwide; Ohio State Fair; Telhio Credit Union; Mike and Leslie Bumgarner; United Producers, Inc.; Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation; City BBQ; Huntington Bank; Sparkman Mastek Family Foundation; Wise Show Cattle; Farm Credit Mid-America; Gibbs Farms LLC; Tom Price; Leeds Farm; Ohio Farm Bureau Federation; Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation; and three anonymous bidders. No actual transfer of animals occurred. Instead, all bids and sale proceeds were donated to RMHC. The Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation purchased the steer of Woody Johnson, co-host of “Woody and the Wake-up Call” on 92.3 WCOL and iHeart Media/Columbus, and 4-H member Lauren Schulte of Putnam County. With this purchase, the Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation also received an Ohio State themed quilt, handmade by Schulte’s grandmother. This quilt will be auctioned off at the 2019 Cattlemen’s Gala, with all proceeds going to RMHC. “Everyone at the Ronald McDonald House would like to express our sincere gratitude for allowing us to be part of such a special day,” said Dee Anders, chief executive officer and executive director of RMHC. “The positive energy and pride in that building could not have been stronger. We feel so blessed to be a part of the magic. The funds raised Tuesday are transformational for the charity. We are forever grateful for your friendship.” Mark your calendars now for the second annual 2020 Dean’s Charity Steer Show set for Tuesday, August 4.v

The Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation “purchased” the steer of Woody Johnson, co-host of “Woody and the Wake-up Call” on 92.3 WCOL and iHeart Media/Columbus, and 4-H member Lauren Schulte of Putnam County at the 2019 Dean’s Charity Steer Show at the Ohio State Fair. All the proceeds from the Foundation’s purchase benefited RMHC.

SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE COUNTY AFFILIATES THAT CONTRIBUTED TO THE OHIO CATTLEMEN’S FOUNDATION RMHC DONATION! Clark County Cattle Producers Miami County Cattlemen’s Association Athens, Meigs, & Washington County Cattlemen’s Association Putnam County Cattlemen’s Association

The Ohio State University’s Meat Science program donated 400 pounds of ground beef to RMHC, pictured here with RMHC of Central Ohio CEO and Executive Director, Dee Anders. Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 53


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OCA News OCA Seeking Industry Leaders OCA Director Nominations due October 1

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Are you interested in becoming more involved in OCA, or do you know someone who is? Find the OCA director nomination form at

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Nominations for the OCA board of directors are due by October 1, 2019. OCA districts 3, 6, 9, 12 and one at-large position are up for election this fall. Refer to the map outlining the districts. Ballots will be included in the OCA membership renewal mailing planned for 2019. Only those OCA members in the district up for election will receive a ballot to vote for their director. All OCA members will receive a ballot to vote for the one at-large director. Currently serving in the director positions up for election are district 3, Pete Conkle, Hanoverton; district 6, Pam Haley, West Salem; district 9, Jim Jepsen, Amanda; district 12, Luke Vollborn, Bidwell; and at-large J.L. Draganic. The term is for three years, and directors can serve a maximum of three terms. OCA is only as strong as its members and its leadership. The association needs individuals who are interested in becoming active and involved directors. There are approximately five OCA board meetings annually, dates of which are set at the beginning of each year. Per the OCA bylaws, “Each OCA member shall have the right to nominate one candidate for director from the member’s district.” County affiliates may also nominate candidates for district director. Please make sure the individual nominated has agreed to have their name placed in nomination. A nominating committee appointed by the OCA president will nominate atlarge directors. For additional information concerning district director nominations or a copy of the director position description, visit www.ohiocattle.org or contact the OCA office at 614-873-6736. v


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Dates to Remember: OCA Awards Nomination Deadline

September 1

Late Fall Issue Advertising Deadline

September 6

Farm Science Review

September 17-19

OCA Board of Directors Nomination, Internship Application & Replacement Female Sale Entry Deadline

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On the Edge of Common Sense By Baxter Black, DVM

The Feedlot Hand Life is just a bowl of cherries to a first rate feedlot hand, All the gates swing free and easy, every day’s precisely planned. The boss is always pleasant and lavish with his praise. And when your wife demands it, you get another raise. The pickup that you’re furnished came off the showroom floor, The horses all are gentle and facilities top drawer, The alleys lay so perfect when you’re pushin’ to the scale You only need to set one gate then put’em in the mail! The feed truck drivers thank you and insist you’re always right And when you have to block their way, they’re patient and polite. Plus, loadin’ fats is easy through you’re tired as you can be. ‘Cause the truckers all are helpful…and say, “Oh, please, let me!” The barn where they get processed is as modern as they come, Every hot shot’s always workin’, ain’t no pandemonium. The crowdin’ alleys built so good the cattle flow like wine. They almost fairly work themselves, they wait to get in line. And on those days when rain or dust or snow get in the way The boss says, “Take it easy, heck, they’ll wait another day.” On holidays like Christmas when you work the extra mile The overtime they pay makes all the hardship seem worthwhile. No feedlot cowboy worries ‘bout his job security They rarely ever lay one off, too valuable, ya see. I’ve heard’em say about the boss, “When all is said and done It’s hard to take his money ‘cause I’m havin’ so much fun!” Oh, there are days, they’d all agree that go against the grain, Receivin’ bawlin weaners in November’s freezin’ rain Or checkin’ pens in early March is really not that great When it takes a front end loader just to open up a gate. But, all in all, they love their work. The way their mufflers smell, The Terramycin on their hands, the Holstein steers from hell, Scoopin’ out the rainy bunks, a calvy heifer mess And the profound satisfaction when you lance a big abscess. The glamour of their work ensures an application glut. Though many hear the calling, just a handful make the cut. And he puts his heart into it and stays above the mob So he don’t have to give this up and get a real job.v www.baxterblack.com 


NCBA News NCBA Hails Increased Access to European Markets for U.S. Beef

On August 2, 2019, Jennifer Houston, President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), joined President Trump and other NCBA officers at a White House signing ceremony for an agreement that will establish a duty-free quota for high-quality American beef in the European Union (EU). The Office of the United States Trade Representative had previously announced the signing of an agreement with the European Union to establish a duty-free quota for high-quality U.S. beef from non-hormone treated cattle. Once implemented, the annual quota will increase from 18,500 metric tons in year one to 35,000 metric tons in year seven. The country-specific quota will benefit U.S. beef producers who participate in USDA’s non-hormone treated cattle program that was established in 1999. USTR estimates that this quota will increase annual U.S. beef sales in Europe from $150 million to $420 million in year seven.

NCBA Launches Cattlemen’s Call Podcast

During the 2019 Summer Business Meeting, NCBA launched a new podcast to focus on the stories and producers that make the beef industry great. The podcast, Cattlemen’s Call, will feature a new episode each month to share the stories and ideas from cattlemen and women across the nation. The first episode focuses on young producers entering into the family farm or ranch and the challenges that come with it. Each month, the podcast, which is hosted by Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund, will bring a “coffee talk” style to the country, allowing listeners an inside look at the issues cattle producers are facing while sharing the stories of their lives and businesses. For more information, to listen and subscribe to the podcast, go to NCBA. org/CattlemensCall.aspx.

NCBA Takes the Fight to Fake Meat at Summer Business Meeting

During the 2019 Summer Business Meeting, NCBA redoubled their efforts to push back against deceptive and erroneous marketing and nutritional claims by plant-based and lab-created alternatives to real beef. Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Colin Woodall, and Alisa Harrison, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing and Research, highlighted how NCBA is continuing to educate consumers and policymakers about the benefits of real beef and the often oversold claims of fake meat products. Woodall focused on the need for the federal government to ensure that beef nomenclature is protected in the marketing and labeling of fake meat. He also said the organization will continue to educate consumers about what exactly is in the plant-based fake

meat that is available in supermarkets and restaurants.

National Cattlemen’s Foundation Now Accepting Applications for W.D. Farr Scholarships

The National Cattlemen’s Foundation is now accepting applications for the W.D. Farr Scholarships for the 201920 school year. Two annual $15,000 grants will be awarded to outstanding graduate students who demonstrate superior achievement in academics and leadership and are committed to beef industry advancement. The awards will allow the students to further their study in fields that benefit the industry. Applications close at midnight MDT on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019. For more information and to apply, visit www. nationalcattlemensfoundation.org. All applications must be submitted online.

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Ohio’s Premier Bred, Born & Raised Registered Steer & Heifer Youth Event Hosted by the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association in conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo and the Ohio State Fair.

Heifer Division

Steer Division

Breeder Recognition

2019 Ohio State Fair Results The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) hosted the Best of the Buckeye show at the Ohio State Fair July 24 Aug. 4, 2019. The Best of the Buckeye program, coordinated by OCA in conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo and Ohio State Fair, had a strong start with 211 head of cattle nominated by youth and breeders. The program recognizes top Ohio bred and born registered steers and heifers, along with the breeder and exhibitor, in each breed division at the two shows. Best of the Buckeye provides Ohio seedstock breeders with an enhanced marketing opportunity for Ohio bred and born registered steers and heifers, creates a source of more moderately priced show

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steers and heifers by providing a program with awards and prestige, and attracts new participants interested in showing at the Ohio Beef Expo and/or the Ohio State Fair. All nominating breeders will be recognized on OCA’s website at ohiocattle.org and will also be recognized for their honors achieved with the cattle they sell and nominate for the program. All participating breeders were invited to attend the Best of the Buckeye Breeders Reception preceding the Cattlemen’s Gala on August 24 at Leeds Farm in Ostrander, Ohio. This year’s generous sponsoring partners are The Folks Printing and Dickson Cattle Company, heifer division;

Jones Show Cattle and R & D Jones Excavating, steer division; and Sullivan Supply and Stock Show University, breeder recognition. Over $45,000 will be presented between the two shows in the form of premiums and awards. Every winning Best of the Buckeye exhibitor received a basic premium of $300 for champion, $200 for reserve champion, and $100 for third overall. Ohio breed associations also contributed additional premiums. OCA would like to thank these sponsors for contributing to a successful year of the Best of the Buckeye program. Visit www.ohiocattle.org/Youth/bestof-the-buckeye for more information.

*Additional premiums for the Angus divisions were sponsored by the Ohio Angus Association.

Best of the Buckeye Heifers - Sponsored by The Folks Printing & Dickson Cattle Company

Champion Angus Heifer Exhibited by Caroline Winter, Ashville, Ohio Bred by Paradise Cattle Company, Ashville, Ohio Total Premium: $500*

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer Exhibited by Jacob LeBrun, Lucasville, Ohio Bred by Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro, Ohio Total Premium: $325*

Third Overall Angus Heifer Exhibited by Garrett Miley, Sarahsville, Ohio Bred by Highland Farms, Ltd., Granville, Ohio Total Premium: $175*

Champion Chianina Heifer Exhibited by Allison Davis, Carrollton, Ohio Bred by Hunker Genetics, Bellevue, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer Exhibited by Dawson Osborn, Lynchburg, Ohio Bred by Samantha Boeck, Cedarville, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Chianina Heifer Exhibited by Ethan Davies, Bowling Green, Ohio Bred by Si Pirogowicz, North Coast LIvestock, Suffield, Ohio Total Premium: $100

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Congratulations

to all Best of the Buckeye Exhibitors,

& Thank You

4 Wiley Farm, Mount Vernon Adams Family Show Cattle, Springfield Agle Family Cattle, South Vienna Annett Cattle Farm, Utica Apple Creek Farms, Kenton Bakers Farms, Shreve Barnes Brothers, West Alexandria Barton Farms, Sabina Boeck Brothers, Cedarville Samantha Boeck, Cedarville Breymier Farms, Union City C & S Hetrick Show Cattle, Fremont Cairns Shorthorns, Amherst CampbellCo, Cedarville Carper Family Shorthorns, Delaware Conkey Show Cattle, Hicksville Conley Cattle Company, Tremont City Corry Farms, Xenia Crystal Creek Farm, Greenville Maddox Cupp, Lancaster DaLin Show Cattle, New Carlisle Austin Douglass, Alvordton Hudson Drake, Chillicothe Du-lyn Farm, Millersburg Durban Cattle Company, West Jefferson EarlHaven Farms, Utica Esselburn Grain & Cattle Farm, Shreve Fedderke Show Cattle, Napoleon Fennig Show Cattle, Coldwater Ferguson Show Cattle, Jefferson Frazier’s Farm, Fredericktown Fries Farms, Willard Garner Show Cattle, Hamilton Garwood Cattle Co, Columbiana Valerie Graham, Frazeysburg Grauer Show Cattle, Shiloh Green Oak Farms, New Paris Greenhorn Cattle Company, Waynesville Gurney Show Cattle, Bloomville

to all PARTICIPATING breeders!

Emma Gurney, Attica Haley Farms, West Salem Kyle Hanna, Shreve Hara Farms, LLC, Dublin Harris Show Cattle, West Union Landon Helmke, New Philadelphia Grant Helsinger, Germantown Herdman Family Cattle, Hillsboro Heritage Farm, Fort Jennings B J Herman & Sons, Edgerton Herman Show Cattle, Edon Herr Show Cattle, Metamora Highland Farms, Ltd., Granville Rick Hogue Shorthorns, Newcomerstown HR Cattle Company, Republic Hunt Farms, New Madison Jordan Johnson, Gallipolis Johnston Farms Show Cattle, Wauseon Jolliff Farms, Kenton Jones Show Cattle, Harrod Fulton Kennedy, Seaman Karlie Kennedy, Seaman Ben Kremer, Ansonia KBAR Livestock, Middletown Kiefer Farms, Hamilton Kingsway Angus, Tiffin Kinley Kreis, Adamsville KSD Farms, Eaton Lawrence Cattle Company, Hebron LeVanderosa Farm, Urbana Julia Loch, West Alexandria Mason Love, Baltimore Morgan Love, Baltimore M&L Cattle Co. and Wise Show Cattle, New Philadelphia Maple Valley Farm, Hillsboro Maplecrest Farms, Hillsboro Tony McClain, New Concord McConnell Farms, Mt.Vernon

Miley’s Windy Ridge Farm, Sarahsville Missing Rail Simmentals, Holgate Muddy Fork Cattle, Wooster Muir Show Cattle, Waynesfield North Coast Livestock, Suffield Orchard View Farm and Show Cattle, Stoutsville Painter Farms, Hebron Paradise Cattle Company, Ashville Platinum Farms, Chardon Prestige Cattle Company, Crooksville Prospect Cattle Co., Hillsboro Pugh Central Station LLC, Louisville Rattlesnake Creek Cattle, Milledgeville Rockin’ C Show Cattle, Oregonia Rocking 3C Cattle Co., Tontogany Sautter Farms, Helena Schroeder Show Cattle, Columbus Grove Schulte Girls, Ottawa Sharp Farms, Beloit Simms Show Cattle, Waterford Alyson Simpson, West Union Molly Spohn, Oak Hill Strausbaugh’s Black Simmental, Danville STS Cattle Co., London The Farmer Group, LTD, Pemberville TK Cattle, Lexington Turner Shorthorns, Somerset Twin Oak Farms, Perrysville VanHorn Farms, Malta Watson Family Show Cattle, Cable Lindsey Weaver, Jackson Center Winegardner & Klingaman Show Cattle, Lima Winegardner Show Cattle, Lima Y Not Cattle, Pleasant Plain Zimmerly Family Cattle, Bellefontaine

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Best of the Buckeye Heifers - Sponsored by The Folks Printing & Dickson Cattle Company Heifer Division SponsorS

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer Exhibited by Hailey Cornett, Hillsboro, Ohio Bred by Maple Valley Farm, Hillsboro, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Champion Hereford Heifer Exhibited by Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, Ohio Bred by Jim Herman, Edgerton, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer Exhibited by Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, Ohio Bred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Hereford Heifer Exhibited by Jacob Wiechart, Ft. Jennings, Ohio Bred by Jacob Wiechart - Heritage Farm, Ft. Jennings, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Limousin Heifer Exhibited by Emma Gurney, Attica, Ohio Bred by Emma Gurney, Attica, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion LImousin Heifer Exhibited by Brady Rex, Blue Rock, Ohio Bred by VanHorn Farms, Malta, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall LImousin Heifer Exhibited by Brady Rex, Blue Rock, Ohio Bred by VanHorn Farms, Malta, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer Exhibited by Austin Hunker, Bellevue, Ohio Bred by Winegardner Show Cattle, Lima, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion High % Maine-Anjou Heifer Exhibited by Blake Herdman, HIllsboro, Ohio Bred by Blake Herdman, HIllsboro, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall High % Maine-Anjou Heifer Exhibited by Piper Shepard, Napoleon, Ohio Bred by Schroeder Show Cattle, Columbus Grove, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Mainetainer Heifer Exhibited by Austin Hunker, Bellevue, Ohio Bred by Winegardner Show Cattle, Lima, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Mainetainer Heifer Exhibited by Hanna Schroeder, Columbus Grove, Ohio Bred by Hanna Schroeder, Columbus Grove, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Mainetainer Heifer Exhibited by Delaney Chester, Oregonia, Ohio Bred by Green Oak Farms, New Paris, Ohio Total Premium: $100

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Champion Shorthorn Heifer Exhibited by Mya Hetrick, Fremont, Ohio Bred by Mya Hetrick, Fremont, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer Exhibited by Fulton Kennedy, Seaman, Ohio Bred by Fulton Kennedy, Seaman, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Shorthorn Heifer Exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn, Waynesville, Ohio Bred by Kolten Greenhorn, Waynesville, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer Exhibited by Caden McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio Bred by Brandee Painter - Painter Farms, Hebron, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer Exhibited by Wyatt Osborn, Lynchburg, Ohio Bred by Greenhorn Cattle Co., Waynesfield, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall ShorthornPlus Heifer Exhibited by Luke Schroeder, Defiance, Ohio Bred by Winegardner & Klingaman Show Cattle, Lima, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Tyler Topmiller, Pleasant Plain, Ohio Bred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, Ohio

Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Delaney Chester, Oregonia, Ohio Bred by Strausbaugh’s Black Simmental, Danville, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Amber Heil, Zanesville, Ohio Bred by Prestige Cattle Company, Crooksville, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion % Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Hannah Schaub, Wapakoneta, Ohio Bred by Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion % Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn, Waynesville, Ohio Bred by Hara Farms LLC, Dublin, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall % Simmental Heifer Exhibited by Hunter Harris, West Union, Ohio Bred by Hunter Harris, West Union, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion AOB Heifer Exhibited by Shala Graham, Frazeysburg, Ohio Bred by Craig Simms, Waterford, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer Exhibited by Colleen Minges, Oxford, Ohio Bred by Crystal Creek Farm, Greenville, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall AOB Heifer Exhibited by Mason Love, Baltimore, Ohio Bred by Mason Love, Baltimore, Ohio Total Premium: $100 Early Fall Issue 2019 | Ohio Cattleman | 61


Best of the Buckeye Steers - Sponsored by Jones Show Cattle and R & D Jones Excavating steer Division SponsorS

Champion Angus Steer Exhibited by Caroline Winter, Ashville, Ohio Bred by Paradise Cattle Company, Ashville, Ohio Total Premium: $550*

Champion Chianina Steer Exhibited by Lauren Schulte, Ottawa, Ohio Bred by Schroeder Show Cattle, Columbus Grove, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer Exhibited by Zachery Retcher, Defiance, Ohio Bred by Tony McClain, New Concord, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Chianina Steer Exhibited by Luke Schroeder, Defiance, Ohio Bred by Winegardner Show Cattle, Lima, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Hereford Steer Exhibited by Madison Frey, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Bred by Pugh Central Station LLC, Louisville, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer Exhibited by Kendall Bishop, Springfield, Ohio Bred by Hudson Drake, Chillicothe, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Hereford Steer Exhibited by Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, Ohio Bred by Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer Exhibited by Montana Hulsmeyer, Harrod, Ohio Bred by Jones Show Cattle, Lima, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer Exhibited by Delaney Chester, Oregonia, Ohio Bred by Rockin’ C Show Cattle, Oregonia, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Maine-Anjou Steer Exhibited byTaylor Poff, Chardon, Ohio Bred by Sharp Farms, Beloit, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Shorthorn Steer Exhibited by Luke Wilson, South Vienna, Ohio Bred by Conley Cattle Company, Tremont City, Ohio Total Premium: $300 62 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer Exhibited by J.C. Patton, Belle Center, Ohio Bred by Lindsey Weaver, Jackson Center, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Shorthorn Steer Exhibited by Garrett Agle, South Charleston, Ohio Bred by Agle Family Cattle, South Vienna, Ohio Total Premium: $100


Champion ShorthornPlus Steer Exhibited by Tatumn Poff, Chardon, Ohio Bred by Kyle Hanna, Shreve, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer Exhibited by Franklin Kinney, Belle Center, Ohio Bred by Lindsey Weaver, Jackson Center, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall ShorthornPlus Steer Exhibited by Braden Studenka, Lyons, Ohio Bred by Herr Show Cattle, Metamora, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion Simmental Steer Exhibited by Libby Grossniklaus, Burbank, Ohio Bred by Bakers Farms, Shreve, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer Exhibited by Luke Kiefer, Hamilton, Ohio Bred by Luke Kiefer, Hamilton, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall Simmental Steer Exhibited by McKalynne Helmke, New Philadelphia, Ohio Bred by McKalynne Helmke, New Philadelphia, Ohio Total Premium: $100

Champion AOB Steer Exhibited by Maggie Mathews, New Vienna, Ohio Bred by LeVanderosa Farms, Woodstock, Ohio Total Premium: $300

Reserve Champion AOB Steer Exhibited by Colleen Minges, Oxford, Ohio Bred by Lawrence Cattle Company, Hebron, Ohio Total Premium: $200

Third Overall AOB Steer Exhibited by Caroline Seber, Frankfort, Ohio Bred by Agle Family Show Cattle, South Vienna, Ohio Total Premium: $100

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Your Beef Checkoff Dollars at Work

2014 Ohio Fall Feeder Cattle Sales

Investing in Beef Safety, Nutrition and Promotion Celebrating Independence Day with Beef

OBC’s team of food bloggers created a variety of grilling recipes to celebrate the 4th of July and encourage readers to put beef on their grill for the holiday and other cookouts throughout summer. These five unique recipes ranged in price and skill level, so readers had the opportunity to create a meal they were comfortable with or test their grilling capabilities with something outside the box. In just three weeks, these recipes have been viewed by over 50,000 people on Facebook. Find all the recipes at ohiobeef.org.

among the checkoff’s target audience of young millennial parents, but also contains improved resources for Ohio beef producers to learn about the beef checkoff and stay up-to-date with recent news. Check out the new website and its increased functionality and learn more about your checkoff dollars at work at ohiobeef.org.

OBC Visits Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Conference

OBC Revamps Website

The Ohio Beef Council recently reconfigured the OBC website to increase its accessibility and userfriendliness in an effort to increase engagement with consumers and producers alike. The fresh look of the website reflects that of Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. (BIWFD) and increases the ability to share resources between the two websites in a seamless fashion. The website is still anchored around sharing the story of Ohio’s beef farming families and inspiring beef use

OBC Director of Education, Kagney Collins, attended the Ohio Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences annual conference to exhibit the checkoff resources that are available to teachers and students. OBC’s Virtual Farm Tours (VFT) program was heavily discussed with conference attendees, as well as the other educational resources that checkoff dollars provide. VFTs allow students to experience life on a beef farm without ever leaving the classroom. In the fall of 2019, OBC will host six trips, targeting family and consumer science and culinary science classrooms.

Capital City Burger Battle

OBC hosted the annual Capital City Burger Battle at the Ohio State Fair. Seven teams of Ohio ProStart students competed for the title of champion burger. The students with the top three

burgers received scholarships and cash prizes. Throughout the competition, members of the OBC Operating Committee and staff members grilled and prepared a variety of steak samples for the fairgoers to sample while they observed the competition.

Checkoff ROI Study

In Fiscal Year 2019, the Cattlemen’s Beef Board (CBB) conducted an economic study to measure the return on beef producers’ and importers’ investments into the national portion of the Beef Checkoff program over the past 5-year period, 2014-2018. “An Economic Analysis of the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board Demand-Enhancing Programs” is the resulting study from Dr. Harry M. Kaiser, a Gellert Family Professor of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University. A few of the highlights are: • The overall return for all nine CBB activities, is $11.91 per dollar invested. • Had there been no domestic CBB demand-enhancing activities over the latest 5-year period, total domestic beef demand would have been 14.3% lower than actual You can review the results of this study at beefboard.org. v

The Ohio Beef Council and the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board are responsible for developing programs that increase the demand for beef. For more information, contact the Ohio Beef Council at 614-873-6736, beef@ohiobeef.org or visit www.ohiobeef.org. Ohio Beef Council Operating Committee: Jamie Graham, Patriot, Chairman • Todd Raines, Seaman, Vice Chairman Erin Stickel, Bowling Green, Treasurer • Henry Bergfeld, Summitville • Mike Carper, Delaware • Dave Felumlee, Newark Bill Sexten, Washington C.H. • Brent Porteus, Coshocton • Allan Robison, Cable • Bev Roe, Hamilton • Garth Ruff, Napoleon Stan Smith, Canal Winchester • Sam Roberts, South Charleston • Kurt Steiner, Creston• Barb Watts, Alexandria • Elizabeth Harsh, Executive Director 64 | Ohio Cattleman | Early Fall Issue 2019


By partnering with The Ohio State University, beef is featured at the center of tailgates and training regimens. For more, visit ohiobeef.org.

YOUR $2 CHECKOFF SHOWS CONSUMERS BEEF IS MORE THAN

JUST WHAT’S FOR DINNER IT IS EVERY CATTLEMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO REMIT THEIR $2 PER HEAD BEEF CHECKOFF. LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR CHECKOFF AT WWW.OHIOBEEF.ORG.

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OCA News United Producers Hold Eighth Annual Fat Cattle Show and Sale United Producers Inc. (UPI) held its eighth annual Fat Cattle Show and Sale at its Bucyrus, Ohio, facility on July 2. UPI employees Scott Acker and Ed Ebbing judged pens of three beef steers, beef heifers and Holstein steers based on a desirable combination of muscling and finish. Plaques and cash prizes were awarded to the top three pens in each category. The winners include: Grand Champion Steers - Jeff Small of Fredericktown, Ohio; Reserve Champion Steers - Alvin Horst of Shelby, Ohio. Grand Champion Heifers - Hartley Grain Farm of Bellevue, Ohio, Reserve Champion Heifers - Wendell Horst of Shelby, Ohio. Grand Champion Holsteins - MKB Farms of Galion, Ohio; Reserve Champion Holsteins - MKB Farms of Galion, Ohio. “We always look forward to hosting this show and sale,” said John Albert, facility manager at the United Producers facility in Bucyrus, Ohio. “It is a great opportunity to showcase our local

producers in the commercial cattle industry and we appreciate the support from the sponsors and community.” There were 69 pen of three entries at this year’s show making 207 head of cattle sold. Holstein steers brought a high of $99.25 CWT, beef steers and heifers brought a high of $118.50 CWT. Sponsors of this event included: Ashland County Cattlemen’s Association, Burkhart Farm Center, Carle’s Bratwurst, Crawford County Cattlemen’s Association, Hardin County Cattlemen’s Association, Huron County Cattlemen’s Association, Marion County Cattlemen’s Association, Morrow County Cattlemen’s Association, North Central Veterinary Services, Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, Richland County Cattlemen’s Association, Rick Heffelfinger - Heffelfinger’s Meats, S & F Transport, Seneca County Cattlemen’s Association, and United Producers Credit Services. v

Facility Manager, John Albert, moves the Grand Champion pen of Steers during the eighth annual Fat Cattle Show and Sale at UPI’s Bucyrus, OH location.

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2019 FAT CATTLE SHOW RESULTS STEERS Grand Champion Steers • Jeff Small, Fredericktown Reserve Grand Champion Steers •Alvin Horst, Shelby HEIFERS Grand Champion Heifers • Hartley Grain Farm, Bellevue Reserve Grand Champion Heifers • Wendell Horst, Shelby HOLSTEINS Grand Champion Holsteins • MKB Farms, Galion Reserve Grand Champion Holsteins • MKB Farms, Galion


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Calendar of Events Visit www.ohiocattle.org for a complete list of events August 31

Richwood Independent Fair Fall Kickoff Feeder Show - Richwood, Ohio

September 1 2 5 6 8 17-19 21-22 22 24 28 28 28 28 30

OCA Award Nominations Due Grauer Show Cattle Online Steer Sale Schrader Absolute Real Estate Auction – Mercer County, Kentucky Ohio Cattleman Late Fall Issue Advertising Deadline Richey Show Steers Private Treaty Sale - West Alexandria, Ohio Farm Science Review Ohio Feeder Cattle Roundup - Columbus, Ohio OSBA Fall Showcase - Newark, Ohio Agle Family Show Cattle Online Sale Boyd Beef Cattle Angus Maternal Excellence Female Sale - Mays Lick, Kentucky Cattlemen for Cattlemen Sale - Zanesville, Ohio Ferguson Show Cattle Production Sale - Jefferson, Ohio Maplecrest Annual Production Sale - Hillsboro, Ohio OCA Cattlemen’s Academy Calving Clinic - Caldwell, Ohio

October 1 1 1 5 6 13 19 23 26 31

OCA Board of Director’s Nomination Deadline OCA Replacement Female Sale Entry Deadline OCA Spring Internship Application Deadline Buckeye’s Finest Annual Production Sale - Zanesville, Ohio Cornhusker Classic Show - Upper Sandusky, Ohio Cattlemen’s Choice Female Sale Black Swamp Preview Show Wirth Family Show Cattle Online Sale Johnny Regula Invitational - Ostrander, Ohio Ohio Cattlemen’s Foundation Scholarship Applications Due

November 2 4 8 16 29

High Standards Female Sale - Harrod, Ohio Grauer Show Cattle Online Elite Female Sale 2019 Ohio Cattlemen’s Calendar Advertising Deadline Best of Both Worlds Sale - Newark, Ohio OCA Replacement Female Sale - Hillsboro, Ohio

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Advertisers’ Index Alltech................................................................. 50 American Angus Association............................ 21 Armstrong Ag & Supply...................................... 68 Boyd Beef Cattle................................................ 51 Buckeye Hereford Association.......................... 55 Buckeye’s Finest Sale........................................ 15 Chippewa Valley Angus Farms.............................5 Farm Science Review......................................... 14 Highland Livestock Supply................................ 18

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine stopped by the Joint House and Senate Agriculture Committee Hearing. He is pictured here with (from left) OCA Vice President Aaron Arnett, OCA President Sasha Rittenhouse and OCA Director Frank Phelps.

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Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director, Mary Mertz, and OCA President, Sasha Rittenhouse, at the Joint House and Senate Agriculture Committee Hearing in the Donahey Ag & Hort building .

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