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Oct-Nov. 2017 Volume 20, Issue 4

Buckeye Hereford Association, Inc.


Pasture scene from 2017 Field day hosted by the VanFleet Family Green Valley Farms, Sarahsville, Ohio

Ohio Beef Expo Entry form & Ohio Hereford Futurity results inside

D AT E D M AT E R I A L D O N OT D E L AY BUCKEYE HEREFORD ASSOCIATION Lisa Keets 10708 Main Road Berlin Heights, OH 44814 Return Service Requested

45th Annual


Saturday, Nov. 25th, 2017 • 6:30 PM EST

at the Farm

Affordability at its Best! These Champions all purchased in our 44th Annual sale

AA Nia 6133 Purchased by Claire and Emily Sennett, Waynetown, IN Congratulations on your JNHE division winner!

AA JTEN 320 Carlynn 669 Purchased by McKalynne Helmke, New Philadelphia, OH Congratulations on your Reserve Grand Heifer at the 2017 Eastern Ohio JR Preview Show

LCC CAL Let Freedom Ring 230 Purchased by Wyatt Claire, Watseka, IL Congratulations on your Grand Champion Aged Cow/Calf pair at the IL State Fair as well as your Reserve Bull Calf Champion

AA Sho Chonda 703 - 1/14/2017 SIRE: ECR RO Chosen One 424 ET {DLF, HYF, IEF} DAM’S SIRE: Remitall Online 122L {SOD, CHB, DLF, HYF, IEF} BW 4.7 WW 65 YW 106 MM 26 M&G 59

AA DP Exie 738 - 1/24/2017 SIRE: AA HARD Excalibuer 2142 {DLF, HYF, IEF} DAM’S SIRE: AA PRF Wideload {SOD, DLF, HYF, IEF} BW 2.8 WW 50 YW 78 MM 21 M&G 46

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AA HB Dorinda 744 - 1/30/2017 SIRE:BF Bar1 10Y Down Home 41111 ET {DLF, HYF, IEF} DAM’S SIRE: NJW 98S Durango 44U {DLF, HYF, IEF} BW 2.9 WW 49 YW 83 MM 24 M&G 54

AA Divine 765 - 2/19/2017 SIRE: CHEZ Divergent 505C ET {DLF, HYF, IEF} DAM’S SIRE: NJW 98S R117 Ribeye 88X ET {CHB, DLF, HYF, IEF} BW 1.0 WW 48 YW 77 MM 28 M&G 52

L.R. Duncan and Family

1264 N. Mountain Road • Wingate, IN 47994 David Duncan Cell (765) 365-0295 • Lawrence Duncan cell (765) 918-2297 •

Auctioneer Cody Lowderman (309) 313-2171

October, 2017 Shinglehouse, PA

Hereford Times


These all sell in the J&L Cattle Services & Guests Production Sale October 28th in Jeromesville, Ohio

Glenview Z12 Rockette E58

Glenview 206A Passion E2 ET 3/24/17 sired by NJW PMH 66X 156 Lux 206A ET BW 4.5 WW 58 YW 89 M 25 MG 54

5/3/17 sired by Glenview 100W Trust Z12 ET BW 2.3 WW 59 YW 90 M 26 MG 54

Catalogs available upon request

Glenview Z2 Zinnia B47

Glenview 206A Jake D82 12/12/2016 sired by NJW PMH 66X 156 Lux 206A ET BW 4.5 WW 58 YW 89 M 25 MG 54

Glenview 48W Victra B78 ET

4/8/2014 sired by Glenview 6056 Warrior Z2 BW 3.5 WW 51 YW 79 M 22 MG 48

Glenview 100W Victoria A16 ET

8/28/2014 sired by TH 65R 45P Tank 48W BW 4.3 WW 70 YW 20 M 20 MG 41

3/27/13 sired by NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET BW 3.9 WW 57 YW 95 M 31 MG 60

GLENVIEW FARMS, LLC. W. Massey Booth Jr. and Curtis H. Booth 711 Kings Run Rd. • Shinglehouse, PA 16748 (814) 697-6339 • TRENDS 3

A MINUTE WITH THE MEENTS The American Hereford Association is putting their best foot forward in planning the 2017 AHA Annual Meeting and Conference, October 27-28 at The Westin Kansas City - Crown Center. You will not want to miss the exciting educational sessions offered this year. Any member of the American Hereford Association, and their guest, are welcome to come to this informative meeting. The “Paving the Genetic Path” session will be held Friday, Oct. 27, at 8:30 a.m. during the AHA Annual Meeting and Conference. Dorian Garrick, AL Rae Center Chief Scientist and Bruce Golden, CEO of Theta Solutions, LLC, will breakdown fundamental changes of the improved AHA genetic evaluation utilizing BOLT. Learn about upcoming opportunities for DNA pricing that can take your breeding program to the next level. Also, hear updates regarding the revised AHA economically relevant traits and profit ($) indexes. By attending this session you will learn directly how and why your robust EPD profiles will be changing and improving the accuracies. At a noon Friday lunch session, the results of the 2016 Great Hereford Feeder Shoot Out will be presented, and the excitement for the future of this great program will be explained. There are six sessions on Friday, October 27 afternoon to attend:

• Generational Transitions - Ensuring legacies last a lifetime requires good estate planning. This Session will highlight important considerations for passing your farm on to the next generation. • Maximizing Profit – Help you customers maximize feeder calf marketing potential and drive profit margins. Lean about leveraging various marketing tools available including the Hereford Advantage program, Hereford Influenced feeder calf sales and backgrounding options. • Building your Brand – Brand recognition is the foundation to a marketing program. Learn the basics of branding your farm and what marketing tools will help you reach current and potential customers. The session will also cover AHA marketing resources available to Hereford breeders. • Consumer Connections – Take part in real conversations with retail and foodservice industry experts, and discover what happens after your product enters into the food supply. • Boots on the Hill – Updates from Washington D.C. and how agricultural policy will affect your operation. In addition, there will be a fun and active Trade Show to view. Thus, if you are NOT going to attend the J & L and Guest Sale, Jeromesville, Ohio, on October 28, take the time to learn more about the exciting happenings in the Hereford breed by attend the 2017 AHA Annual Meeting and Conference.

• Hereford: Leading the Industry – Learn about the AHA Strategic Plan – development process and the initiatives set to position Hereford as the leading beef breed association

MAKE YOUR CATTLE BETTER TODAY BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO MARKET THEM TOMORROW! John Meents American Hereford Association, Field Staff Cell: 419-306-7480

A note from the President............

Hello Hereford Enthusiast: The summer has come and gone quickly and has been a wonderful time for our Juniors, Seniors, and our Herefords. June started out with the Junior Shows at Wooster, Caldwell, and their state show at Lebanon. For those who were able to attend any of these events were in for a wonderful time watching the youngsters exhibiting a great set of cattle. It shows a great future of the industry and of our future generation. Then came the Junior National Expo in Louisville, KY with a large turnout of Buckeye Juniors, their families, and of course a super set of cattle from Ohio. It was great watching these youngsters working together and participating in the activities as a group. AND of course how great it was to see the families and cooks providing food to everyone each day. Then came the Ohio State Fair with a large set of cattle and exhibitors in attendance. It seems the cattle keep getting better and the exhibitors keep growing in numbers. Finally the summer came to a conclusion with the FSR. The Hereford barn, the super set of cattle, and the promotional displays were second to none. A big thank you to the Ohio Hereford Women for donating t-shirts and sweatshirts for two daily drawings and to Custom Sign Design for donating a farm sign given to a lucky visitor on Thursday. 2018 is the Buckeye Hereford Association’s 75th birthday and we are already preparing for a celebration of this monumental event. More is to come on this! Marsha Farno, President Buckeye Hereford Association 4 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

Offering our Best - October 28th at the J&L and Guests Sale

LBK 69X Gabby 16E

- 3/27/17 Upgrade x Wellington BW -0.7 WW 47 YW 86 M 25 MG 49 Fat -.012 REA +0.52 Marb +0.16

LBK 88A Mack 15E {DLF, HYF, IEF} - 3/14/17 McEwen x Trust

LBK 2012 Belle 24E - 4/7/17 Twentytwelve x K16 BW 2.2 WW 44 YW 79 M 28 MG 50 Fat -.002 REA +0.57 Marb +0.0

FFF 7540 Adalida 2E - 12/28/16 Marcel x Glenview W89 BW 2.9 WW 56 YW 80 M 22 MG 50 Fat .046 REA +0.37 Marb +0.14

LBK 0220 Martha 5D - Masterpiece bred to Upgrade BW 2.2 WW 47 YW 72 M 24 MG 47 Fat -.008 REA +0.52 Marb +0.18

BW +2.7 WW 56 YW 92 M 31 MG 59 Fat -.014 REA +0.68 Marb +0.23

LBK 100W Gabby 7A - Trust x “Rusty” bred to Exceed! BW 2.1 WW 50 YW 86 M 29 MG 54 Fat -.038 REA +0.74 Marb +0.12

Keets Herefords 10708 Main Road • Berlin Heights, Ohio


Brian: (419) 651-0978 ~ Lisa: (440) 320-6193

Online bidding available

Rules (Revised September 30, 2017)

Buckeye Hereford Association 75th Annual Spring Show & Sale In conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo, Columbus, Ohio Hereford Parade March 16th, 2018 Hereford Sale March 17th, 2018

* Custom Fitting Available *Increase Saleability of your consignment by including a photo in the sale catalog please contact Lisa if you need assistance making arrangements


1. Consignor must be a member of the BUCKEYE HEREFORD ASSOCIATION. 2. All animals must be fully registered in with the American Hereford Association. No range certificates. 3. All entries must be accompanied by said entry fee set forth by the BHA. Entry fee due according to deadline date. 4. All original registration papers must be in the secretary’s possession before any animal enters the ring. NO EXCEPTIONS. 5. The Spring Sale is limited to the first 15 bulls and 50 heifers. One bull requires one female, 2 bulls requires 3 females. Two bulls limit per consignor. 6. Participation in the show is optional. 7. A sifting/screening committee will make the final determination animals that may be sold in the sale based on number limitations and quality. BHA Show and Sale Committee has the right to regulate number to sell. Scratched entries will forfeit their entry fee as a cataloging fee. 8. Age of animals eligible for the Spring Sale will be animals that were eligible for the previous AHA show season. Cows must not exceed 6 years of age by the sale date. 9. Sale expense will be charged against each animal selling based on the sale price of the animal. 10. INDIVIDUAL health papers are required on EACH entry. 11. Consignors must have all entries tested to meet the Ohio Beef Expo requirements. 12. All animals MUST be paid for immediately following the sale. NO EXCEPTIONS. 13. Sale Committee will check all tattoos for animals entered prior to starting the sale. Tattoos must be easily read and correspond with what appears on the original registration papers. 14. All bulls are required to pass a Breeding Soundness Exam prior to the sale. 15. Cattle that arrive at the event with lice or active ringworm will be sent home and forfeit their entry & cataloging fees. 16. All breeding age females shall be palpated for pregnancy status and have status noted on health paper. 17. Individual bull lots must have a DNA sample submitted to the AHA at the time of entry, no exceptions. 18. All bulls 12 months and over must have a nose restraint to be exhibited and sold at the Ohio Beef Expo.

Official Entry Blank Entry Deadline January 5th, 2018 $100.00 per head Entry Fee MUST accompany this form Name:________________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________ ________Bulls



Send Entries, Pedigrees, Footnotes & Photos to: Lisa Keets, 10708 Main Road, Berlin Hts., OH 44814 Secretary reserves the right to edit any footnote material in excess of 75 words. 18 B U6C KBUCKEYE E Y E H E R E FHEREFORD O R D A S S O C IASSOCIATION AT I O N

Best of Luck to the Buckeye Hereford Queen!

Miss Abbygail Pitstick will be competing for the National Hereford Queen title at the American Royal on October 29th in Kansas City, Missouri. Abbygail is a senior at Miami Trace High School. She plans to attend Wilmington College and major in business agriculture and animal science. She served as the Buckeye Hereford Queen and the president of the Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association. She is the daughter of Neil and Elizabeth Pitstick of South Solon, Ohio. Good luck to Abby!

BUCKEYE BULLETINS Next year will be the 75th Anniversary of the Buckeye Hereford Association and we will be holding our 75th Annual Spring Show & Sale at the Ohio Beef Expo in March. We are planning some special events to celebrate this milestone. Anyone that has any Buckeye Hereford Memorabilia or Hereford History to share please contact Marsha (937) 456-6842 or Lisa (440)320-6193. We would also like to recognize any farms that have had Herefords for 50 or more years, please let Marsha know if you should be on this list! A very special THANK YOU to Rick Van Fleet and Family at Green Valley Farm for hosting an awesome Field Day!!


Hereford Association

Name_____________________________________________________Phone______________________________ Address___________________________________________________City___________________Zip__________ Farm Name__________________________Phone________________________E-mail______________________ Manager________________________________________________No. of Cows___________________________ Sires_________________________________________________________________________________________ Bloodlines____________________________________________________________________________________ Directions to farm______________________________________________________________________________ Send $30 to: Lisa Keets , secretary 10708 Main Road Berlin Heights, OH 44814 TRENDS 7

2017 Ohio Hereford Futurity

October 1st, Guernsey Co. Fairgrounds, Old Washington, OH 55 head judged by Scott Brown, Quaker City, Ohio

Grand Champion Heifer - NS 4R Rachael 512 September 2015 heifer by MSU TCF Revolution 4R Bred by NS Polled Herefords, Mason, Ohio Owned by Bryce & Cole Hines, Patriot, Ohio

Reserve Champion Heifer - DDF Dixie May 2016 heifer by NJW 73S M328 Trust 100W ET Bred & owned by Diamond D Herefords, Kimbolton, Ohio

Grand Champion Bull - UHF 10Y Home Boy U26D ET

Reserve Champion Bull - NS HF Director 611

December 2016 bull by NJW 73S W18 Trust 10Y ET Bred by Creek Bottom Farm, Navarre, Ohio Owned by Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Rinard Mills, Ohio

September 2016 bull by R Leader 6964 Bred & owned by Bryce & Cole Hines, Patriot, Ohio

Grand Champion Prospect Steer - Harmony Hill Blaze

Reserve Champion Prospect Steer - Creek Rambo 705E

April steer calf by Grassy Run World Wide 3024 bred & owned by Harmony Hill Herefords, Newcomerstown, Ohio

January steer calf by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y ET bred & owned by Creek Bottom Farm, Navarre, Ohio


Grand Champion Cow Calf Pair - Creek 4R Libby 201Z

Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor

2012 cow by MSU TCF Revolution 4R and April heifer by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y ET. Bred & Owned by Creek Bottom Farm, Navarre, Ohio

Best 6 head The Johnson Family, Creek Bottom Farm, Navare, Ohio

Additional Champions: Reserve Champion Cow/Calf Pair: HH Jamie 491, sired by NJW 98S R117 Ribeye 88X ET with a March heifer calf by PKWMS Jamie Jo Outback 7491. Cow bred by Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, Ohio. Owned by Kyndall Williams, Mt. Gilead, Ohio Champion Expo Class: LBK W89 Trixie 9A, an April 2013 cow sired by Glenview 5052 Choice Domino W89ET, Bred by Brian & Lisa Keets, Berlin Heights, Ohio and owned by Olivia Shaulis, Ravenna, OH. Champion Junior & Senior Get of Sire – Harmony Hill Herefords, Newcomerstown, Ohio with groups sired by GRF World Wide 3024 ET. Champion Jr Heifer Calf: Holleys Lex 224E a March heifer sired by Lake B Jurassic Park 55C. Bred & owned by Holley Land & Cattle, Gibsonburg, Ohio. Reserve Jr Heifer Calf: UHF U27Y Grace U16E a June heifer sired by UHF S40 Revenue U27Y. Bred & owned by Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Rinard Mills, Ohio. Champion Fall Heifer Calf: Wilson Custom 340 Eby 117D a September 2016 heifer sired by SULL TCC MR Custom Made 340 ET. Bred & owned by WIlson Stock Farm, Kensington, Ohio. Reserve Fall Heifer Calf: DDF Daffodil an August 2016 heifer sired by Hivelys HLF Draw the Line. Bred & owned by Diamond D Herefords, Kimbolton, Ohio. Intermediate Champion Heifer: DDF Dixie a May 2016 heifer sired by NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET. Bred & owned by Diamond D Herefords, Kimbolton, Ohio. Reserve Intermediate Heifer: MSF Z384 Rachel 640D a July 2016 heifer sired by KCF Bennett Revolution Z384. Bred by Morrison Stock Farm, Lexington, Ohio. Owned by Farno Polled Herefords, Eaton, OH. Champion Spring Yearling Heifer: UHF EFF U16Z Dayna U19D a March 2016 heifer by UHF 27P Xavier U16Z. Bred by Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Rinard Mills, Ohio. Owned by Elam Family Farm, Racine, Ohio.

Reserve Spring Yearling Heifer: SLSC Pandora a March 2016 heifer sired by THM 44U Master Blend. Bred by Joe Detweiler, Uniontown, Ohio. Owned by Joe Toth, Ravena, Ohio. Champion Junior Yearling Heifer: GSC McCoys Deanna 1D ET a February 2016 heifer sired by H Excel 8051 ET. Bred by Soehnlen Cattle Co, Navarre, Ohio. Owned by Kyle Piscione, West Salem, Ohio. Reserve Jr. Yearling Heifer: HH Debs Myra 625A a January 2016 heifer by Delhawk Kahuna 1009 ET. Bred by Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, Ohio. Owned by Kyndall Williams, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Reserve Senior Yearling: UHF U21U Candice U32C ET an August 2015 heifer by AH JDH Cracker Jack 26U ET. Bred & Owned by Ralph E. Ullman & Son Champion Junior Bull Calf: Creek 109 411 Surefire 737E an April bull calf sired by CRR 719T Catapult 109. Bred & owned by Creek Bottom Farms, Navarre, Ohio. Reserve Jr. Bull Calf: SLSC Tonic N Lime an April bull calf sired by Purple Chachi 65Z ET. Bred & owned by Scotty Lane Show Cattle, Ravena, Ohio. Champion Intermediate Bull: UHF EFF U27Y Axle U17D a May 2016 bull by UHF S40 Revenue U27Y. Bred by Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Rinard Mills, Ohio. Owned by Elam Family Farm, Racine, Ohio. THANK YOU To all the EXHIBITORS: Creek Bottom Farm • Diamond D Herefords • Elam Family Farm Farno Polled Herefords • J&B Founds • Harmony Hill Herefords Holley Land & Cattle • Emma Lewis • Merry Meadows Cody Miller • Kyle Piscione • Scotty Lane Show Cattle Olivia Shaulis • TLR Herefords • Ralph E. Ullman & Son Kyndall Williams • Wilson Stock Farm THANKS AGAIN TO THE SWITZERLAND OF OHIO POLLED HEREFORD ASSOCIATION FOR HOSTING THIS YEARS SHOW !! TRENDS 9

Notes from the Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association Field Day on September 30, 2017 By: Christine Gelley of Noble County OSU Extension Pasture Fertility A good pasture starts with good fertility. Just like animals, plants need a variety of nutrients in the right amounts to survive. Soil is the reservoir for these nutrients. The only way to know what nutrients are held in that reservoir and how much is available for your pasture is to soil test. A typical soil test costs $10 to $15, plus shipping. Results are usually available within a week. One bag 50 lb. bag of 19-19-19 fertilizer usually costs more than $20. Why apply fertilizer before you know what fertilizer you need or don’t need? A soil test can save you time and money. Pay attention to pH. Some nutrients are not available to plants when the acidity of the soil is too high or too low. Nutrients may be present in the soil that can be utilized after adjusting the pH. Here are some tips on how to soil test:

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Sample areas that perform differently separately. 25 acres is MAX area for one sample. 1 sample should come from a collection of 12-20 cores (small samples of the soil profile). Take 12-20 soil cores from random sites across the area. Remove grass from the cores. For most pastures, sample 4-6 inches deep. Combine cores together to a uniform mix and allow to air dry on newspaper at least overnight. Wet soil may mildew between the sample date and when the laboratory processes it. Get a soil sample kit from your chosen lab. Fill the sample bag as directed by the kit with the mixed, dry soil. Complete the sample information form with your sample kit. Send the form and soil to the lab. Results will provide soil nutrient data and give recommendations based on the information given on your sample form. Sample every three years or whenever you plant a new crop. Sample at the same time of year to compare changes over time.

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Incorporating legumes into pasture, ideally 30% or more. Rotationally grazing for good manure distribution. Preventing erosion.

Weed Control In most cases weeds are a sign of an underlying problem. Fertility is a big culprit. Grazing height and frequency are too. Moisture also plays a role. When conditions are right for the plants you want, they thrive. When conditions are wrong for the plants you want, weeds thrive. The task of controlling weeds in pastures is never ending. Part of what makes it such a challenge is that pasture is a diverse ecosystem. When it comes to treating weeds with herbicides they are often broke down into grass weeds and broadleaf weeds. 18 B U10 C K EBUCKEYE Y E H E R E F OHEREFORD R D A S S O C I AT ION ASSOCIATION

Usually pastures contain a mix of desirable grasses and broadleaf plants (ex: legumes). It is difficult to treat problem weeds without damaging desirable plants. Broadleaf herbicides will kill thistles, ironweed, knapweed, pigweed, bedstraw, poison hemlock, marestail, cocklebur, and more, but will also kill clovers and brassicas. Grass herbicides will kill foxtail, barnyard grass, quackgrass, johnsongrass, redtop, and broomsedge, but will also kill orchardgrass, timothy, ryegrass, fescue, oats, and many more. Be careful what you spray and how you spray it. Always follow the instructions on the label. They are not suggestions, they are the law. Grazing multiple species of animals can help control weeds. True grazers like cattle and sheep will prefer fine textured plants. Browsers like goats and deer may prefer plants with a rougher texture. Mowing/brush hogging pastures is also very helpful. For best results clip weeds multiple times throughout the season. Brushy weeds can be more stubborn than those previously mentioned. It takes persistence to achieve good results and maintain control. One of the most effective times for controlling perennial weeds is mid-September to late October. This is when much of the plant’s energy is sent to the roots, which means systemic herbicides will be most effective at killing the whole plant. Mechanical control is also effective in the fall because plants have transitioned into their reproductive phase. For more information about how to treat weeds in your specific circumstance, talk to your County Extension Educator or consult the 2017 Weed Control Guide. You can find a PDF copy of the guide online at:

Producers figuring available tonnage and proper stocking rates at the Green Valley Farm field day.

Utilize All of Your Pasture After you have gone through all the effort to create a good pasture, make sure that your animals utilize it for its greatest value. Take care not to overgraze or undergraze your pastures. Overgrazing isn’t always obvious. Overgrazing can occur when stocking density is too high, stocking period is too long, or due to selective grazing. Cattle will graze their favorite plants and ignore the others as long as there is enough to eat. This can lead to rapid decline of desired species and/or increased weed pressures. 18 B U C K E Y E H E R(CONT. E F O R D PAGE A S S O C13) I AT I O N




Undergrazing can also lead to problems. Old leaves have lower nutritive value than young leaves. Plants that are too tall shade out other leaves and legumes. Rough, over mature, grasses can also cause abrasions to the eyes of cattle and contribute to pink eye. Promote full utilization of your pastures by:

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Rotating among pastures. Stockpiling for times of stress. Having water readily available. Fencing out lounging areas. Combating weeds. Rotationally grazing is the best method for utilizing pasture to it’s fullest potential. There are many tools available to help develop and maintain a successful rotation. They include:

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Pasture Stick- To help measure dry matter available for grazing. Grazing Equations- To determine how many animals can graze and for how long. Calculator- To check your work. Calendar- To aide your memory. Pasture Map- To develop paddocks with ease of access to food, water, and handling facilities. Temporary Electric Fence- To adjust paddock size and shape as you wish. Solar Charged Battery- For efficiency. Plentiful & Accessible Water Record Book- To make improvements as you go. Extension Agent- To help fill in the blanks.

We’re Here to Help Extension Educators are available all across our nation and in nearly every county in Ohio. We are here to help you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. To find out more about your County Extension Office, look them up online. Each county in Ohio has an Extension website. My county is Noble County, Ohio. Our web address is: Your county name will substitute for noble in the URL. There you can find the location of the office, phone numbers, and emails for the county staff. It was a pleasure to present at the Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association Field Day! If you would like to talk more about the topics presented there or in this summary, feel free to contact me directly as well. Sincerely, Christine Gelley Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator

Noble County Extension 46049 Marietta Rd., Suite 2, Caldwell, OH 43724 740-732-5681 Office / 740-732-5434 Fax 18 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N


Oct 14

H e re fo rd H a p pe n i n gs !

Oct 14

Lisa Keets, Editor 10708 Main Road Berlin Hts., OH 44814 (440) 320-6193

SOPHA Annual Meeting Belle Valley, Ohio

Oct 21

A. Goff & Sons 64th Annual Sale Harrisville, WV

Oct 27-28th

American Hereford Association Annual Meeting Kansas City, MO

Oct 28

J&L and Guests Sale at J&L Cattle Services Jeromesville, OH

Nov 2

Dunn Herefords - Results Driven Vol. III Female Sale hosted by Lowderman Auction Options

Nov 4

Combined Excellence Sale Hillsboro, OH

Nov 12

Buckeye Trends

Celebrate Maryland Sale at Thomas & Sons Farm Boonsboro, MD

North American Int. Livestock Expo Jr Hereford Show Lousville, KY

Nov 13Buckeye Mohican West Bull Sale 2010 Hereford Association Board of Directors Laurel, MT

Nov 14

North American Int. Livestock Expo Jr Hereford Show Lousville, KY

Nov 25

Able Acres “Winning Traditions Sale” Wingate, IN

Nov 30

Kentucky Certified Hereford Feeder Calf Sale Stanford, KY

Jan 1

2018 Buckeye Hereford Association Memberships due

Jan 5

75th Annual Spring Show & Sale /Ohio Beef Expo Entries due

Jan 27

Buckeye Hereford Annual Meeting & Banquet - Plain City, OH

Published show results, sale results, events, announcements, etc. will only be listed in the Trends if delivered to the secretary in writing. Hereford related photographs you wish to share are also encouraged! Rate



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TRENDS deadlines:

February/March “EXPO” Issue: January 15 April/May issue: March 25 Aug/Sep issue: July 15 Oct/Nov issue: September 15

2017 Buckeye Hereford Association Board of Directors Terms expire January 2018

Terms expire January 2019

Terms expire January 2020

Vice President - Gene Steiner Mason, OH (513) 616-4086

Brian Banks Camden, OH (513) 200-4248

President - Marsha Farno Eaton, OH (937) 456-6842

Liz Core Rushsylvania, OH (614) 571-1989

Dr. Tim Osborn Blanchester, OH (937) 783-2869

Bill Dunn Cochranton, PA (814) 724-9343

Scott Pennell Navarre, OH (330) 703-4339

Keith Ullman Graysville, OH (740)934-9321

Jeff Harr Jeromesville, OH (419) 282-3011



Bill, Bobbi, Walker, Reagan Dunn and Cassie Andrews 21568 Dunn Rd., Cochranton, PA 16314 814-724-9343 • 814-671-1881 • 814-807-4816 •

SOLD in the 2016 Sale to Mark Stephens. 2017 Pennsylvania Farm Show Reserve Open Grand Champion Heifer

Dr. Jeff, Dr. Deb and Chloe Williams Kinsman, Ohio 330-876-3118 330-240-2553 cell

Paradocs Farm

Scott and Andy Pennell Bolivar, Ohio 330-705-4339 502-741-3091

Undisputed, Catapult, 2296, Mohican Equity 407C, WD 196T Karl 0101 and WD 719T Sharp Dressed Man 3256. Again, we welcome our dear friends and partners Pennell Bros. and Chloe Williams.

Visitors are always welcome! Cattle available for viewing!

November 2, 2017 Hosted by Lowderman Auction Options

Dunn Herefords

Vol. III

Spring and summer born heifers calves sired by:

J & L Cattle Services & Guests Production Sale at the farm in Jeromesville, Ohio October 28th, 2017 — 12:30 PM Selling 74 Lots from

Berg Polled Herefords • Creek Bottom Farms • Glenview Farms J&L Cattle Services • KC Polled Herefords • Keets Herefords • Mohican Farms NexGen • Oakridge Polled Herefords • Kyndall Williams

Glenview Steer E51 DOB: April 24, 2017 Sire: Glenview 2108 Avatar C9 ET Show steer prospect!

JLCS DAF 4R Paige 53 CE9 DOB: February 7, 2017 Sire: MSU TCF Revolution 4R BW 1.3 WW 59 YW 91 MM 24 MG 53

Berg 99Z Trudy 21C DOB: July 21, 2015 Sire:Berg Treutlen 99Z BW 3.1 WW 46 YW 69 MM 19 MG 42

Glenview 2108 Spirit E29 DOB: April 7, 2017 Sire: THM Avatar 2108 ET BW 4.7 WW 53 YW 86 MM 20 MG 47

Creek 201 10Y Libby 728E DOB: April 1, 2017 Sire: NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10YET BW 2.5 WW 59 YW 97 MM 29 MG 59

KH JLCS 10Y Titanium E15 DOB: February 10, 2017 Sire: NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10YET BW 3.9 WW 61 YW 104 MM 33 MG 64

Mohican Cindy C57 DOB: April 4, 2015 Sire: Mohican Vintage Z17 ET BW 3.6 WW 47 YW 80 MM 19 MG 43

ECA 4AA Diane 44U 4DD DOB: March 13, 2016 Sire: NJW 98S Durango 44U BW 0.5 WW 53 YW 91 MM 33 MG 60

LBK 100W Gabby 7A DOB: March 30, 2013 Sire: NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET BW 2.1 WW 50 YW 86 MM 29 MG 54

Most of the calves selling are Best of the Buckeye eligible. This offering includes a select group of steers.

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for catalogs contact: Dale Stith, Auctioneer (918) 760-1550

J&L Cattle Services Jeff, Lou Ellen & Keayla Harr 334 Mohican Twp. Road 1922 Jeromesville, Ohio 44840 • 419-685-0549

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