2018-2019 Buckeye Hereford Directory

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Buckeye HEREFORD

ASSOCIATION

D I R E C T O R Y

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2018-2019 Buckeye Hereford Association

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Table of Contents BHA Directors...................................................................................................................... 4 BHA Bylaws....................................................................................................................... 14 BHA Hall of Merit............................................................................................................... 8 BHA History...................................................................................................................... 33 BHA Membership form...................................................................................................... 47 BHA Roster........................................................................................................................ 19 BHA Royalty...................................................................................................................... 13 BHA Spring Show & Sale Rules & Entry form.................................................................. 17 CHB Retailers...................................................................................................................... 6 Gestation Chart.................................................................................................................. 44 OBJHA............................................................................................................................... 10 OBJHA Bylaws................................................................................................................... 38 OHW................................................................................................................................. 12

Advertiser Index Berg Polled Herefords.................................3

Meadow Mist............................................37

COBA.......................................................40

MEB Polled Herefords.............................. 16

The Core Farm.......................................... 41

Mohican Farms.......................................BC

Creek Bottom Farm.................................. 18

Oakridge Polled Herefords....................... 45

Dunn Herefords.....................................IFC

Ohio Cattlemans Assoc. ..........................36

Farno Polled Herefords............................. 11

Ostgaard Cattle Co. .................................46

Glenview Farms LLC. ................................7

River Valley Polled Herefords................... 45

Grandview Herefords............................... 18

Sunny Side Farm......................................48

Green Valley Farms....................................9

Switzerland of Ohio PHA.........................37

Handrosh Farms.......................................40

Ralph E. Ullman & Son Polled Herefords.. 5

Hill & Hollow Farm...................................1

Wilson Farms...........................................43

J&L Cattle Services.................................. 16

WR Farms................................................43

Keets Herefords..................................... IBC

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DR NJB Count On Me 100W C05

P43573853 — Calved: March 4, 2015 — Tattoo: RE C05 KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 {SOD}{DLF,HYF,IEF} NJW 73S M326 TRUST 100W ET {SOD}{CHB}{DLF,HYF,IEF} P43002897 NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S {DLF,HYF,IEF}

RRH MR FELT 3008 {SOD}{DLF,HYF,IEF} KCF MISS 459 F284 PW VICTOR BOOMER P606 {SOD}{DLF,HYF,IEF} NJW 94J DEW 72N {DLF,HYF,IEF}

THM DURANGO 4037 {SOD}{DLF,HYF,IEF} SKY 4037 SWEET CHILLI 301W {DLF,HYF,IEF} P43059678 SKY 111R GLAMOUR GIRL 301T

CS BOOMER 29F {SOD}{CHB}{DLF,HYF,IEF} THM 7085 VICTRA 9036 {DLF,HYF,IEF} SKY P606 PRIME TIME 111R SALUNGA MS F243 51G

CE BW WW YW DMI SC SCF MM M&G MCE MCW UDDR TEAT CW FAT REA MARB BMI$ BII$ CHB$ -4.6 2.7 56 94 0.3 1.3 20.3 31 59 2.9 122 1.30 1.10 68 -0.026 0.59 0.17 31 26 32

• Count On Me semen available, contact Jerry for details.

Berg Herd Sires:

Feltons Legend 242 Boyd Worldwide 9050 ET

Boyd Masterpiece 0220 Boyd Legacy 3001

Join us for the J&L and Guests Sale, Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019

Polled Herefords LLC

“Where Legends are Born”

Jerry and Mary Ann Berg P.O. Box 224 16821 Withrich Rd. Dalton, OH 44618 330-857-7967 330-465-6185 Cell jwberg@bright.net

“ for every animal of the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills.” – Psalm 50:10

Mary Ann makes great sweet rolls and the coffee pot will be on.

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2018 Board of Directors President — Marsha Farno Eaton, OH 937-456-6842

Vice President — Dr. Tim Osborn Blanchester, Ohio 937-783-2869

Directors Reb Billman Newcomerstown, Ohio 330-204-5781

Jeff Harr Jeromesville, Ohio 419-282-3011

Liz Core Rushsylvania, Ohio 614-571-1989

Jamie Young Navarre, Ohio 330-936-3183

Bill Dunn Cochranton, Pa. 814-724-9343

Keith Ullman Graysville, Ohio 740-934-9321

Doug Fark West Manchester, Ohio 937-533-1701

Secretary — Treasurer Lisa Keets Berlin Heights, Ohio 440-320-6193

Buckeye Events and Activities February — Annual Meeting & Banquet 1st Saturday of February Location varies March — Annual Buckeye Spring Show & Sale Ohio Beef Expo Columbus 3rd weekend in March June/July — Buckeye Premier Junior Show Location varies September — Hereford Display Barn Ohio Farm Science Review London, Ohio Late September/Early October Ohio Hereford Futurity Location varies Membership — All Hereford Breeders and enthusiasts are invited and encouraged to join the BHA. Dues are $30 per year. TRENDS — The Trends is the official publication of the Buckeye Hereford Association. It is published and is mailed free of charge to all dues paid members. 4

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CHB RETAILERS Anna Foods.................................937-394-3011 315 W Main, Anna, OH 45302

Millers Brothers..........................419-929-1591 166 W Main St., New London, OH 44851

Chefs Warehouse Midwest.........513-721-5503 619 Linn St., Cincinnati, OH 45203

Millers Brothers..........................330-948-1440 711 Wooster St., Lodi, OH 44254

Davis Meats................................937-497-8866 1243 Wapakoneta Ave., Sidney, OH 45365

Pic-n-save....................................740-454-1263 800 Howard Street, Zanesville, OH 43701

Miller’s Newmarket.....................419-855-4541 State Road 51, Genoa, OH 43430

Pic-n-save....................................740-450-4985 2200 June Parkway, Zanesville, OH 43701

Miller’s Newmarket.....................419-485-4348 East Main St., Montpelier, OH 43543

Rankin’s Meat Market.................330-386-9074 111 Columbiana Plaza, Columbiana, OH 44408

Miller’s Super Value....................419-547-0338 505 West Maple St., Clyde, OH 43410

Riesbeck’s Food Market..............740-826-4501 168 W. Main St., New Concord, OH 43762

Miller’s Supervalu.......................419-877-5301 5917 Weckerly Rd., Whitehouse, OH 43571

Riesbeck’s Food Market.............740-537- 4300 1840 Franklin Ave., Toronto, OH 43964

Miller’s-Hawkins Market............419-289-1472 1617 Claremont Ave., Ashland, OH 44805

The Dough Hook.......................419-369-4264 117 N. Main St., Bluffton, OH 45817

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“Our Passion to Excel....”

At The Glenview, “Our Passion to Excel” makes us a partner you will value year after year. Each of our groups at The Glenview are performing very well-some exceptionally so. We are committed to managing our wealth for this generation and the next; doing what’s in our best interest year after year; maintaining value for both immediate and long term goals for Our Family and Special Friends. Thank you for believing in what we are doing and sharing “ The Passion “. Watch for Glenview cattle selling in the following sales: Mohican & Guests - October 27th, 2018 J&L Cattle & Guests - October 26th, 2019 GLENVIEW FARMS, LLC. W. Massey Booth Jr. and Curtis H. Booth 711 Kings Run Rd. • Shinglehouse, PA 16748 (814) 697-6339 • masseyb@frontier.com www.glenviewfarms.net


Buckeye Hereford Hall of Merit Honorees

The Bradfords, St. Marys, OH The Turner Family, Clarington, OH Reb and Denise Billman, Newcomerstown, OH Jeff and Jane Johnson, Navarre, OH Paul & Marsha Farno, Eaton, OH Jim & Rick Starr, Washington Court House, OH Jerry & Mary Ann Berg, Dalton, OH Steve & Leesa Beanblossom, Bradford, OH Brenda & Jerry Merry, Caldwell, OH Jim & Beth Herman, Edgerton, OH Dr. Earl & Cynthia Arnholt, Valley City, OH Jay & Lois Picklesimer, Pleasantville, OH John & Elinor Adams,Springfield, OH Flatter Herefords, Yellow Springs, OH Dr. Norman Starr, Mason, OH Doug and Jane Banks, Hamilton, OH Cecil Jordan, Dresden, OH Bob and Marge Larson, Hamilton, OH Paul Malina, Springfield, OH Gene Kiko, Magnolia, OH Ullman Farms, Graysville and Rinard Mills, OH

Joe Zupan, Jeromesville, OH Helen Hartfield, Johnstown, OH Bob Crites and Hazel Pinkley, Wooster, OH Ernie Smith, APHA Member Service Director Lorin Sanford, Caldwell, OH Bill Bidlack, Oakwood, OH Conard Stitzlein, Glenmont, OH Robert Morrison, Lexington, OH James Hupman, Greenville, OH John Nelson, Malta, OH Robert Siler, Zanesville, OH Frank Nelson, Crooksville, OH Jerry Ballard, Nashport; OH Claude and Denver Goff, Harrisville, WV Dana Williams, Wilmington, OH James Hoerner, Oxford, OH Paul Hurm, Hamilton, OH Clyde Banbury, Danville, OH William H. Nolan, Chillicothe, OH Paul Deer, Springfield, OH C. E. Knowlton, Bellefontaine, OH

2013 A merican Hereford A ssociation H all of Fame Honoree

Conard & Nancy Stitzlein, Mohican Farms, Glenmont, Ohio

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KH JLCS 10Y TITANIUM E15 {DLF,HYF,IEF}

BW 4.3

WW 64

YW 111

MM 34

M&G 66

REA 0.39

MARB 0.20

Sire: NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET Dam: CHURCHILL LADY 376A

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e are pleased to introduce our newest herd sire, owned with Turner Hereford Farms and J&L Cattle Services. He is sired by the national champion Hometown and out of Churchill Lady 376A, recently named a Dam of Distinction. He is a tremendous combination of substance, style, performance, and pedigree. Weighing 1,290 lb. on his first birthday and 1,525 lb. at fourteen and a half months. He is dark red, pigmented, and homozygous polled. We can’t wait to cross him on the daughters of our senior herd sire, Grassy Run Paramount 4003, owned with Gene and Penny Turner and Grassy Run Farms. Semen will be available on both bulls.

Green Valley Farms Rick VanFleet 21989 Woodsfield Rd. Sarahsville, OH 43779 740-732-4783 rickgreenvalley@gmail.com

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OBJHA Members

Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association 2018 OFFICERS

President: Abbygail Pitstick — Vice President: Caroline Vonderhaar Secretary: McKenna Baney — Treasure: Grant Helsinger Reporter: Kelsey Decker

ADVISORS

Sara Beanblossom — 937-417-1675 — s.bean_17@yahoo.com Leesa Beanblossom — 937-623-8111 — leesa.l.beanblossom@zoetis.com Shelley Peak — 419-295-1733 — wmspk@yahoo.com Junior memberships are based on an annual membership fee. To become a member of the Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association, send $10 and the completed form below to Grant Helsinger. Grant Helsinger 6518 Farmersville Germantown Pike Germantown, OH 45327

MEMBERSHIP FORM

Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association Application for Membership I hereby make application for membership in the Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association. The annual fee of $10 is enclosed, and is understood that the membership, which is not transferable, will remain in effect until the next fiscal year.

Signed

Member name

Date of Birth Parent name

Address Email Address

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Farno Polled Herefords

Celebrating the past, creating the future

Heifers and Steers for sale Farno Polled Herefords Paul Marsha, Luke, Sarah, Jacob and Noah 7718 US 35W Eaton, OH 45320 937-456-6842

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OHIO HEREFORD WOMEN 2018 OFFICERS

President: Sandy Ostgaard Vice President: Erika Evoniuk

Secretary: Angie Ostgaard Treasurer: Janet Earl

OHW DIRECTORS 2016-2019: Mary Ann Berg, Denise Billman, Dawn Handrosh 2017-2020: Erika Evoniuk, Angie Ostgaard, Liz Core 2018-2021: Faye Handrosh, Kaci Eddy, Sandra Ostgaard

OHW MEMBERSHIP LIST Jane Adams Lori Adams Stacy Adams Nichole Beach Jennifer Berg Barone Mary Ann Berg Phyllis Bidlack Denise Billman Aarica Burwell Molly Earl Coffee Liz Core Julie Decker Jody Dempsey Janet Earl Kaci Eddy

Erika Evoniuk Marsha Farno Shannon Gossett Dawn Handrosh Faye Handrosh Lou Ellen Harr Jessica Helsinger Sarah Helsinger Carman Helsinger Deborah Howard Jane Johnson Lisa Keets Kaci King Virginia Kinney Rachel Morgan

Karen Morrison Nicole Morrison Teresa O’Dian Angie Ostgaard Sandra Ostgaard Lois Picklesimer Elizabeth Pitstick Michelle Reed Jennifer Rose Kay Lurene Rose Kay Ruck Connie Shaw Rhea Shaw Jamie Young

Please send the form below plus $30.00 (includes membership to the National Organization of Hereford Women) to: Janet Earl, Treasurer • 7552 Lisbon Rd., Lisbon, OH 44432 Membership dues payable Jan. 1 each year. Thank you for your support.

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OHIO HEREFORD WOMEN APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP Name Address Home Phone

Cell Phone

E-mail Address

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2018 BUCKEYE HEREFORD ROYALTY

L to R: BHA Junior Princess — Jalyn Eddy • Jewet, Ohio BHA Princess — Lindsay Helsinger • Germantown, Ohio BHA Queen — Laramie Reed • Springfield, Ohio National Queen — Abbygail Pitstick • South Solon, Ohio

2018 ROYALTY SPONSORS

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Berg Polled Herefords • Farno Polled Herefords • Harmony Hill Herefords Merry Meadows Farm • Morrison Stock Farm • Ostgaard Cattle Company

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Core Family Farms Handrosh Farms

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Earl’s Lane View Farm Kay Ruck

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Buckeye Hereford Association, Inc. Polled And Horned

By-Laws Section I – Name The name of this association shall be the Buckeye Hereford Association, Inc. Polled and Horned. Section II – Object The object of the Buckeye Hereford Association, Inc. shall be to promote in all ways the Hereford Breed of cattle, and interests of breeders of these cattle, who are members of this corporation, by every legitimate means available, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, to do any and all things a natural person might or could do to advance the prosperity of this breed, its breeders, and members of the corporation, to assist in furnishing outlets for surplus breeding stock by public sale and otherwise, to carry on this promotion by advertising, buying, selling, and showing of cattle for breeders of this type of cattle, and to act as consignees and agents for the sale and showing of this breed, to furnish judges, premiums, and prize money for shows conducted or participated in by this corporation on behalf of its members, to assist in the registration of Hereford cattle and further to generally follow the policies and participate in the activities of the American Hereford Association, where consistent with the aims and policies of this corporation. Section III All proceedings of the Hereford Association, Inc., shall be in accord with the policies and activities of the American Hereford Association. Section IV – Membership 1. A ny breeder of Hereford cattle living in Ohio, or surrounding states is, upon payment of the membership fee is eligible for membership. 2. A ny member not paying the annual membership fee on or before January 31, in any calendar year, shall forfeit his membership. 3. Only active paid up members are eligible to vote. 4. The board of Directors, subject to appeal at any annual or special meeting, shall have to right to expel a member for violation of rules governing this Association, or for violation of any other nature, which they deem harmful to the Association or the breed. 5. A nyone whose dues and fees levied by the Association, are not paid by January 31st of any current year will be dropped from membership. Such members so dropped, in event they wish to be reinstated at any time in the future, it will be necessary for them to pay any assessments for the current year. Section V – Elections 1. There shall be a Board of Directors consisting of nine members, to be elected from the membership, and by a majority vote of those members present and eligible to vote at the annual meeting. 2. The President shall select a nominating committee and instruct this committee to select members for each office to be filled, and the President shall ask for nominations from the floor at the annual meeting before elections. 3. T he Board of Directors shall meet and elect from their membership, a President and Vice-President to serve for one year. 4. T he board of Directors shall hire the Secretary-Treasurer. 5. T he Board of Directors shall fill any unexpired term. A director may be re-elected for another successive three-year term. At the conclusion of that second term, there must be a lapse of one year before re-election to the Board

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Section VI – Compensation 1. T he Directors shall receive no compensation for their services, but may be entitled to traveling expense necessarily incurred in discharge of their duties. The decision as to the payment of said traveling expense shall be at the discretion of the Board of Directors. 2. The Secretary-Treasurer may be, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, compensated for his/her services. Section VII – Reports The Secretary-Treasurer shall render a full and complete report of his/her activities at the annual meeting. This report shall include a full written statement of receipts and disbursements. The Secretary-Treasurer shall also render such reports as may be required by the board of Directors. Section VIII – Duties 1. The President shall preside at all meetings, both of the board and of the Membership. He/She shall have all powers and privileges usually delegated to the Office of Parliamentary Law. 2. The Vice-President shall assume the duties of the President in case of his/her absence. 3. T he Board of Directors shall: a. Dictate the policies and activities of the Association during their tenure of office. b. Assume management of sales and shows held under the auspices of the Association. 4. The Secretary/Treasurer shall keep minutes of all meetings and compile them in permanent form. He/She shall keep the Board and Farm Journals informed of the activities of the Association. He/She shall keep an accurate and written record of receipts and disbursements. He/She shall deposit, in the name of the Association, all funds belonging to it in a bank acceptable to the Board of Directors. His/Her books shall be open to inspection at any time by members of the Association. Section IX – Meetings 1. The regular annual meeting of the membership shall be held at a time and place determined by the Board of Directors. The Annual meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held immediately following the adjournment of the Annual Meeting of members. 2. T he President may call special meetings of the Board of Directors. 3. The President shall call a special meeting of the Board of Directors upon written request of two Directors. 4. Special or called meetings of the Board of Directors or the membership may be called by written request of twenty-five percent of the members in good standing. 5. Upon request, in writing, delivered to the President or Secretary/Treasurer by any persons entitled to call a meeting of the Board of Directors or the membership or for any other regular or called meetings, it shall be the duty of the President of Secretary/ Treasurer to give written notice to all those eligible to attend such meetings. This written notice is to be mailed to the last known address at least ten days prior to the date of said meeting. 6. At any regular meeting a majority vote of those members present will suffice to do business. Section X – Fiscal Year The fiscal year of this Association shall be the calendar year. Section XI – Amendments These by-laws may be amended at any regular or special meeting of the Association upon a majority vote of those members present. Revised November 12, 2007

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MEB Herefords

Roger and Mary Baker 6609 Ashland Rd. Wooster, OH 44691 330-621-1609 haymaker2@earthlink.net

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KH JLCS 69X Custom Built C1 - First calf - Walking Sire for J&L KH 376A Laurel D15 - Second calf - Productive 2-year-old Heifer calf sired by Mohican THM Excede 2426 16

KH JLCS 10Y Titanium E15 - High selling bull - Herd sire for Green Valley Polled Herefords and Turner Family, Ohio ET calves due Spring 2018

Cattle Services Jeff, Lou Ellen and Keayla Harr 334 Twp. Rd. 1922 • Jeromesville, OH 44840 Cell 419-685-0549 jlcattleserv@aol.com

Look for our consignments to Mohican Farms Sale – Oct. 27, 2018 Join us for J&L and Guest Sale – Oct. 26, 2019

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Rules

(Revised September 30, 2017)

Buckeye Hereford Association 76th Annual Spring Show & Sale In conjunction with the Ohio Beef Expo, Columbus, Ohio Hereford Show March 15th, 2019 Hereford Sale March 16th, 2019 * 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

440-320-6193

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, 2019 $100.00 per head Entry Fee MUST accompany this form Name: Address: Bulls

Females

Photos

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.

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HEREFORD CATTLE    HORNED & POLLED HEREFORD CROSS CALVES

GRANDVIEW FARMS JAY, BECKY, LARAMIE & CODEE REED 5657 Moorefield Rd., Springfield, OH 45502 937-605-4218  ❘ grandview5890@att.net

Grandview Herefords

Creek Bottom Farm

Here at Creek Bottom Farm we are improving the profitability and functionality of Hereford cattle every day. We have cattle for sale at all times of the year. We also have show steers for sale in the summer and fall that are both Hereford and crossbred. Jeff and Jane Johnson & Family 15339 Wynncrest – Navarre, OH 44662 Jeff and Jane 330-767-3877 – Jeremiah 614-325-8539 18

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BUCKEYE HEREFORD ASSOCIATION 2018 Membership Roster ABLE ACRES – see Duncan, Lawrence & Family. ADAMS FAMILY SHOW CATTLE – 4575 Plateau Drive, Springfield, Ohio 45502. Phone: John M. (937) 605‑2881 or John B. (937) 605-4906. Email: janeadams@woh.rr.com. Cow herd consists of 100 head. ADAMS, Randall, Barbara & Stacy – ROAMING ACRES FARM – 24040 Georgetown Road, Homeworth, Ohio 44634. Phone: (330) 525-5243 or (330) 641-9964. Email: roamingacresfarm@gmail.com. Cow herd consists of 10 head. ANDERSON, Doug – DOUG ANDERSON FARMS – 6899 County Road 51, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611. Phone: (419) 606-3503 or (330) 231-0010. Directions: 1.5 miles north of SR 39 on CR 51. Cow herd consists of 12. Sires: 719T, Trust 100W and Worldwide. Bloodlines: P606 and Victor. ARNETT, Brandon & Lynetta – ARNETT REGISTERED HEREFORDS – 17646 Island Road, Grafton, Ohio. Phone: (440) 935-9144. Cow herd consists of 6 head. Sires: LBK 100W Valor 7E. Bloodlines: LBK Glenview 719T Security A1 and UPS Domino 3027. ARNHOLT, Earl & Cynthia – OAKRIDGE POLLED HEREFORDS – 763 West River Road, Valley City, Ohio 44280. Phone: (330) 483-3909. Directions: 6 miles west of I-71 on State Route 303 to Valley City, then one mile north on West River Road. Cow herd consists of 20 head. BAKER, Mary – MEB HEREFORDS – 6609 Ashland Road, Wooster, Ohio 44691. Phone: (330) 621-1629 (Mary) or (330) 621-1609 (Roger). BANKS POLLED HEREFORDS – Doug & Jane Banks – 9728 ST Highway 19, Ada, Oklahoma 74820. Phone: (513) 616-4753. E-mail: dbanks3878@aol.com. Sires: DJB 2040 Right Kind 9B, DJB X51 Momentum 6C, KCF Bennett Revolution X51, Perks 144U Right Track 2040, DJB R117 Legacy 13Y. BAR H FARMS – see Hennon, Don, L. BATES, Robert & Amber – STONEBROKE FARMS – 52392 SR 541, Coshocton, Ohio 43812. Phone: (740) 2947903. E-mail: batesygurl1327@gmail.com. Cow herd consists of 4 head. BEACH, Jeff, Nicole, Schelby & Gavin – THORNBRIAR FARM – 11089 TR 30, Forest, Ohio 45843. Phone: (567)295-9842. E-mail: honeckerbeach@yahoo.com. Cow herd consists of 10 head. BEANBLOSSOM, Steve, Leesa & Family – HILL & HOLLOW FARMS – 7174 Auld Road , Bradford, OH 45308. Phone: (937) 623-3180 or (937) 623-8111. Email: steve@hillandhollowfarms.com. Directions: St Rt 36 to Gettysburg. At flashing light turn north. 1 mile and first farm on the left. Cow herd consists of 30 head. A.I. Sires: UPS Sensation 2296, CHAC Mason 2214, H/TSM/Chez Full Throttle, LLC FBF Time Traveler 480, NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y. BERG, Jerry W. & Mary Ann – BERG POLLED HEREFORDS, SUGAR CREEK FARM – 16821 Withrich Road, Box 224 , Dalton, Ohio 44618. Phone: (330) 465-6185. Directions: One mile south of Dalton on State Route 94 to Withrich Road, east to first lane on right. Cow herd consists of 40 head. Sires: Feltons Legend 242; Boyd Worldwide 9050 ET; Boyd Masterpiece 0220; Boyd Legacy 3001; and featuring the service of our resident herd sire DR NJB Count On Me 100W C05 ET. BELL, Denny, Courtney, Casi, & Cody – DIAMOND D STOCK FARM – 76960 Broadhead Road, Kimbolton, Ohio 43749. Phone: (740) 202-2949. Email: casi.bell@gmail.com. Directions: Exit 65 off of I77 take 36 West about 1.5 mile, 258 to left, to 21 one mile on the left. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Sires: True Grit, About Time, TNT 7010, Trust. Bloodlines: Boomer P606, Durango, Bailout, Legacy.

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BIDLACK, Bill & Phyllis – GLAD ACRES FARM – 10174 SR 66, Oakwood, Ohio 45873. Phone: (419) 594-2825. Directions: Two miles north of Oakwood on State Route 66. BILLMAN, Robert & Denise – HARMONY HILL HEREFORDS – 6350 Harmony Valley Road SW, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832. Phone: Denise (330) 204-5865 or Reb (330) 204-5781. Email: herefordmomm@gmail. com. Directions: 5 miles north of Newcomerstown. Cow herd consists of 20 head. BLAND, Raymond or Carol – CNR HEREFORDS – 1942 Midvale Mine Road SE, Dennison, Ohio 44621. Phone: (330) 308-5681 or (330) 771-2523. Email: ray_bland@deflecto.com. Cow herd consists of 20 head. BOOTH, W. Massey, Jr. – GLENVIEW FARMS, LLC. – 711 Kings Run Road, Shinglehouse, PA 16748. Phone: (814) 697-6339. Email: masseyb@frontier.com. Farm location: 5 miles south of Ceres NY on Kings Run Road. Cow herd consists of 80 head. Herd sires: Glenview 10Y Hometown B12 ET, Glenview 421B Curt E6, Glenview 755T Rusty E30 ET. BOYD BEEF CATTLE – 5035 Main Street, Mays Lick, Kentucky 41055. Phone: Charlie II (606) 584-5194 or Blake (606) 375-3818. E-mail: boydbeefcattle@msn.com. Directions: 1/2 mile south of Mays Lick on US 68. BRADFORD, Rex A. – THE BRADFORDS’ – 05631 Glynwood Road, St. Mary’s, Ohio 45885. Phone: (419) 3945076. E-mail: premier1@watchtv.net. Website: thebradfords.com. Directions: SR 66 north of St. Mary’s to Glynwood Road. Then east one-half mile. Cow herd consist of 50 head. BRADY, Bill & Jane – 1349 James Road, Granville, Ohio 43023. Phone: (740) 587-1688. Directions: Two miles south of Granville on SR 37. Then 1/4 mile east on James Road. Cow herd consists of 9 head. Sires: 517 & NS Kenworth. Bloodlines: Knight Ryder, Feltons 517. BROKEN ROCK FARMS – see Hulbert, Josiah. BRIELMAIER, Jerrett – BRIELMAIER FARMS – 1632 Deer Run, Burlington, Kentucky 41005. BT CATTLE – see West, Barry. CHAIKCIC, Larry & Dot – L & D POLLED HEREFORDS – 925 Flatwoods Road, Vanderbilt, PA 15486. Phone: (724) 529-2947 or (724) 466-9608. Email: ldchaikcic@atlanticbb.net. Manager: Brent Chaikcic. Farm directions: 10 miles North of Uniontown, PA on Rt. 51. Go south on rt 201 through village of Flatwoods to bottom of hill, make left on Lake Rd. Farm on left. Herd consists of 25 brood cows. Sires: Goble American 203Z and CLF GCC Money B304 (Cash Flow son). Bloodlines: Logic; DJF Puckster; Durango; Solution, Avatar. CIRCLE D ENERGY & CATTLE COMPANY – see Decker, Caitlin and Colton. CIRCLE Y FARM – see Yoder, Vern. CNR FARM – see Bland, Ray & Carol. COLLINS, Dale – YOKER VALLEY FARM – 59060 Yoker Valley Road, Quaker City, Ohio 43773. Phone: (740) 679-3140 or (740) 679- 3122. Cow herd consists of 13 head. Directions: call first. CONRAD, Jim – FLINT RIDGE FARMS – 5940 Mulberry Road SE, Newark, Ohio 43055. Phone: (740) 7633875. Email: frfjim@hotmail.com. Directions: NE of Flint Ridge State Park, which is at the junction of Licking County Roads 312 and 668. Leaving park, drive east on 312 about 1 mile to first crossroad (Township Road 291). Turn left. Our farm is on the left (1 1/2 miles). Cow herd consists of 80 head. Registered Polled Herefords & black baldies. COOPER, Levi – COOPER STOCK FARM – 31634 Schneider Road, Hanoverton, Ohio 44423. Phone (330) 2222313. Email: bcooper001@neo.rr.com. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Sires: Tundra, KCF Bennett, & Top Shelf. CORE FARM/CORE FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP – Joyce Core & Liz Core – 2450 County Road 118, Rushylvania, Ohio 43347. Phone: Joyce (937) 468-2553 Liz: (614)571-1989. Email: liz@thecorefarm.com. Website: www.thecorefarm.com. Directions: Located 7 miles north of Bellefontaine. Sires: Feltons Legend 242; Feltons 774 Pattern 412P; Feltons Ozzie 492; VPI Limited Edition J921; Bar JZ Traditions Legend 462S; NS Keno 005; CF Knight’s Pattern C02. Bloodlines: Pure Gold; Remitall Marvel, other Remitall sires. 20

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CRAMER, Andrea or Jeff – TWIN HILLS FARM – 7810 Nook Road, Apple Creek, Ohio 44606. Phone: (330) 464-1810. Email: jeffcramer@hughes.net. Cow herd consists of 22 head. Directions: TR 168, Fresno, OH 43284. Sire: EFBEEF B20 X51 D827, Gerber Blue Chipoo2B, Woods Branch Proficient Z5. CREEK BOTTOM FARM – see Johnson, Jeff, Jane and Jeremiah. CREEKSIDE FARM – see Ruck, Kay or Ruck, Scott. CUPP, Katie, Maddox, Knox – MLOVE Cattle Co / Cupp Brothers Land & Livestock – 12505 Snyder Church Road, Baltimore, Ohio. Phone: (740) 862-6222 or (614) 989-9332. Email: kurtmarcylove@gmail.com. Family managed. DAVIS, Ron – DAVIS FARMS – 1855 Perry Lane, Frankfort, OH 45628. Phone: (740) 998-285. Cow herd consists of 25 Herefords. Sires: Leader. Bloodlines: Revolution, Ribeye, Trust. DECKER, Caitlin and Colton – CIRCLE D ENERGY & CATTLE COMPANY – 11565 State Route 676, Vincent, Ohio 45784. Phone: 740-749-3939. Email: circledcattle@gotsky.com. Manager: Pat Decker. Cowherd consists of 40 head. Sires: Crane Circle D Slugger 1111; CS Boomer 29F; PW Victor Boomer P606; Remitall Online 122L; NJW 1Y Wrangler 19D; UPS Odyssey 1ET; SR CG Hard Rock 5073; GH Neon 17N; Felton’s Legend 242; Enough Prophet 2913; NJW FHF 9710 Tank 45P; Star Bright Future 533P ET; GO 3196 Advance S109; THM Durango 4037; C-S Pure Gold 98170; CS Delhwak Beltway 265 ET. DECKER, Dale – DECKER FARMS – 8818 Carroll Northern Road, Pickerington, Ohio. Phone: (614) 226-6833. Email: juliedecker@hotmail.com. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Sires: LVA Explosion Five21. Bloodlines: TH 122 71I Top Shelf, TH 75J 243R Bailout 144U ET, NJW 98S Durango 44U, Feltons Ozzie 492, and NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET. DEWOODY, Amy – 21964 N. Moisertown Road, Saegertown, Pennsylvania 16433. Phone: (814) 763-1156. Email: amdewoody@psdmail.org. Directions: Conneautville/Saegertown Exit off I79. Sires: JJD Legend 7032 ET; VVF Unforgettable U5; Tank. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend 242, MSU Napolean. DEYO, Frank E. – WHITE OAKS FARM – 203 Dunbar Place, Louisville, Kentucky 40243. Home Phone: (502)245-0359. Farm Phone: (740)852-2611. Directions: 2.2 miles north of I70 ( London) Exit Route 56. DUGAN, Jim – J.L. DUGAN & SONS – 3772 Earlywine Road, Walhounding, Ohio 43843. Cow herd consists of 75 head. DUNCAN, Lawrence & Family – ABLE ACRES – 1264 North Mountain Road, Wingate, Indiana 47994. Phone: (765) 366-0295. Email: pduncan@tctc.com. Cow herd consists of 170 head. Directions: 5 miles North of I74. Bloodlines: Online; Ribeye; 218; Bailout; Durango. DUNN, Bill, Bobbi, Walker & Reagan & Cassie Andrews – DUNN FARMS – 21568 Dunn Road, Cochranton, Pennsylvania 16314. Phone: (814) 671-1881 (Bobbi) or (814) 724-9343 (Bill). Email: bobbi.dunn@yahoo.com. Directions: Just 3 miles off I79. From 173 take State Route to Dunn Road. Cow herd consists of 40 registered, 130 commercial. Sires: Harvie Dan T-Bone 196T, WD 196T Karl 0101, WD Bondsman 0115. Bloodlines: 29F, Rock. DURBIN, Brennan – 13687 Vincent Road, Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050. DURBIN, TIM – DURBIN LIVESTOCK – 12340 CR 109, Findlay, Ohio 45840. Phone: (419) 722-8473. Directions: 11400 CR 101, Findlay, Ohio. Cow herd consists of 20 head. DURBIN, Tim – DURBIN LIVESTOCK – 12340 CR 109, Findlay, Ohio 45840. Phone: (419) 722-8473. Farm location: 11400 CR 101, Findlay, Ohio. Cow herd consists of 20 head. EARL, L. Robert, Janet, Matthew/Tom & Molly, Gracie &Gavin Coffee – LANE VIEW FARM – 7552 Lisbon Rd., Lisbon, Ohio 44432. Phone: (330) 424-5641. Directions: North of Lisbon, South of Salem, off of State Route 45. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Herd Sire: THM Big Kahuna 2127ET (Star Bright Future 533P x Gerber 774 Rosey Lane 623S). Bloodlines: Daughters of Online, KeyMan, Shock & Awe, Star Bright Future, Special Asset, Gaarmin, Radar, Wifi.

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EASTERN OHIO HEREFORD ASSOCIATION – 15339 Wynncrest Street SW, Navarre, Ohio 44662. Phone: (330) 767-3877. Jane Johnson, Secretary/Treasurer. Annual JR Show is held the second Sunday in June. EDDY, Jason, Kaci, and Jalyn – MERRY MEADOWS FARM, LLC – 89600 Arbaugh Road, Jewett, Ohio 43986. Phone: (740) 946-1383. Email: merrymeadowsfarming@gmail.com. ELAM, Timothy – ELAM FAMILY FARM – 31211 Pine Grove Road, Racine, Ohio 45771. Phone: (740) 949-2873. Email: theelams@wildblue.net. Cow herd consists of 10 head. Sires: UHF 145R Sonora, UHF 27P Xavier. Bloodlines: C-S Pure Gold, AA Powerline, Mohican Wheatland, Hometown 10Y. EISENHART, Greg – GRANDVIEW ACRES – P.O. Box 77, E. Liverpool, Ohio 43920. Phone: (330) 532-2773. Email: plumber@spii.net. Cow herd consists of 20 head. FARK, Doug & Mary Ann – FARK FAMILY FARM – 1791 W. Holtzmuller Road, West Manchester, Ohio 45382. Phone: (937) 533-1701. Email: farkfamilyfarm@embarqmail.com. Directions: I70 to SR 127. North 5 miles to Holtzmuller Road, 2 miles west. Cow herd consists of 35 head. Sires: EF Beef U255 (M326 son), TH 122 71I Victor 449X ET. Bloodlines: Boomer; Tradition; Feltons; Vaquero . FARNO, Paul & Marsha – FARNO POLLED HEREFORDS – 7718 U.S. Route 35 West, Eaton, Ohio 45320. Phone: (937) 456-6842. Email: pmfeaton@centurylink.net. Farm location: Ten miles west of Eaton on SR 35. Herd sires: CRR About Time, Cracker Jack, Revolution 4R. FAUQUIER FARM – see Kube, Bob & Lucy. FENNEWALD, Bradley – FENNEWALD ACRES LLC – 5331 Franklin Church Road, Greenwich, Ohio 44837. Phone: (419) 908-3263. Email: fennewaldacres@gmail.com. Cow herd consists of 20 head. FINNEGAN, Michael and Susan – FINNEGAN FAMILY FARMS – 10914 Main Road, Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814. Phone: 440-965-8263. Cow herd consists of 20 head of registered and commercial Herefords. Sires: ILR Red Power, Mohican THM Excede. Bloodlines: Achiever, King Ten, Trust. FLAT STONE LICK – see Midla, Les & Nancy. FLATTER, Gerald, Sharon and Wyatt – FLATTER HEREFORD FARMS, INC. LLC and WDF CATTLE CO. – 3831 State Route 235, Fairborn, Ohio 45324. Phone: (937)878-4271. Gerald’s cell – (937)673-0926, Wyatt’s cell – (937)524-1196. E-mail: gflatter@woh.rr.com Farm locations: Brood cows – 4 miles south of Fairborn on State Route 235. Show cattle – 3 miles west of Yellow Springs. Cow herd consists of 95 head. Sires: WCC FHF Cool Collections ET, WCC FHF Snap, Crackle, Pop ET, JB Power Time 743, WCC Salton Sea C304 ET, WCC FHF Fire ET, FFF Wayne 03E. AI Sires: : CRR 028X, Roll Tide 612, NJW 79Z 22Z Mighty 49C ET, TH Frontier 174E, NJW135U 10Y Hometown 63A Et. Bloodlines: Online, About Time, Tank 45P, Pure Gold, True Grit, 29F, Spud, Ribeye, 88X. Show heifers and breeding age bulls for sale at all times. FLINT RIDGE FARM – see Conrad, Jim. FOUNDS, Charles W. – 4757 Rushcreek Road, Somerset, Ohio 43783. Phone: (740) 743-3188. Directions: Two miles NW of Somerset off of State Route 13. Cow herd consists of 5 head. Sires: CJB Sir Time. Bloodlines: CRR About Time & Mohican Eureka. FOUNDS, John & Betsy – J & B FOUNDS HEREFORDS – 4565 Rushcreek Road, Somerset, Ohio 43783. Phone: (740) 407-4296. Email: jbf27@hotmail.com. Directions: One mile off State Route 13. North of Somerset. Sires: Hometown and Churchill Redbull. FOUNDS, Roy – 286 Connell Ct., Reynoldsburg, Ohio, 43068. Phone: (614) 284-8055. Email: rfounds1965@ yahoo.com. GILLESPIE, Nathan & Angie – GILLESPIE FARMS – 4350 Huston Rd, Hamilton, Ohio. Phone: (513) 839-0357. Cow herd consists of 10 head. Sires: NJW Trust 100W, Catapult 109, Delhawk Kahuna 1009, Right Track 2040. GLAD ACRES FARM – see Bidlack, William & Phyllis. 22

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GLASSBURN FARM – 16140 St Rt 554, Bidwell, Ohio 45614. GLENVIEW FARMS, LLC. – see Booth, Massey Jr. & Curtis H. GOBLE, Bob & Jamie – RIDGEVIEW FARM – 11630 100th Street, Alto, Michigan 49302. Phone: Bob’s cell (616)-299-8681 or Jami’s cell (616) 366-6533. Website: ridgeviewfarm-goble.com. GOSSETT, Denny and Shannon – LAZY G FARM – 60588 Armstrong Centerville Road, Jacobsburg, Ohio 43933. Phone: (740) 310-2505. Email: sgossett14@gmail.com. Cow herd: 43 cows. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend, Durango. GRANDVIEW ACRES – see Eisenhart, Greg. GRANDVIEW HEREFORD FARM – see Reed, Jay & Becky. GREEN VALLEY FARM – see VanFleet, Rick. GUYER, Shawn, Traci, Mason & Tristan – 4G HEREFORDS – 1479 Salemville, Pennsylvania 16664. Phone: (814) 766-3669. Email: traciguyer@embarqmail.com. Cow herd consists of 20 head. HANDROSH, Dawn & Emma – HANDROSH FARMS – 24096 Foster Road, Litchfield, Ohio 44253. Phone: (330)421-6534. Email: dhandrosh@aol.com. Directions: Route 18 west from Medina, Foster Road south of 18, west side of road. Cow herd consists of 10 head. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend 242, About Time, MSU Revolution, Shrek, Worldwide. HANEY, Robert – HANNEY’S POLLED HEREFORDS – 32060 Morovian Trail, Tipp City, Ohio 44699. Phone: (740) 922-3311. Directions: 3 miles west of Deersville, Ohio. Cow herd consists of 18 commercial cows. Sire: UHF Tank 4515 ET. HARR, Jeff, Lou Ellen & Keayla – J&L CATTLE SERVICES – 334 Mohican Twp. Road 1922, Jeromesville, Ohio 44840. Phone: 419-685-0549 or (419) 685-. E-mail: jlcattleserv@aol.com. Farm location: Halfway between Wooster and Mansfield off State Route 30. Take St. Rt. 89 south of 30, go ¼ mile on 89 then west on T.R. 1922. First farm on right. Natural service sires: THM Brother 8699, NJW 69S W18 Wonder 102Z, KMH K51 Viking Time Z18, TDP Uptown Z74. Cow herd consists of 60 cows selected for fertility and problem free production. Cattle always for sale privately. Join us for the J & L and Guests Sale the 4th Saturday in October 2019. HARRA, Donovan – 1000 Pugh Road, Stockport, Ohio 43787. Phone: (740) 749-3537. Cow herd consists of 20 head. HARRIS FARM – 4775 State Route 726, Eldorado, Ohio 45321. HAUGHT, Derek – FIVE STAR HEREFORDS – 248 River Bend Lane, Smithville West Virginia 26178. Phone: (304) 477-3818. Email: derek@fivestarherefords.com Directions: Half mile west of Smithville on Rt 47. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Sires: PWF RHF 25L Wrangler 9001W, RVP STAR 533P Can-Am 57U, STAR Comte Grasse Y01, JDB 4R Revolution X113. Bloodlines: Boomer P606, 29F, Online 122L, Revolution 4R, Wrangler HEDRICK, Tim & Sally – 49940 State Route 303, Wellington, Ohio 44090 HELSINGER, Calvin – HELSINGER POLLED HEREFORDS – 6568 Farmersville Germantown Pike, Germantown, Ohio 45327. Phone: (937) 855-7694. Manager: Chris Helsinger Phone: (937) 855-0491. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Sires: Goble Sirloin 103Z (herdsire), Kilowatt, THM Durango 4037, NJW 98S R117 Ribeye 80X ET. Bloodlines: Feltons Ozzie 492, P606, ANL 57G Maverick 25M, CRR About Time 743, Victor 719T. HELSINGER, Chris, Sarah & Grant – HELSINGER POLLED HEREFORDS – 6518 Farmersville-Germantown Pike, Germantown, Ohio 45327. Phone: (937)-855-0491 or (937) 751-9841 cell. Email: chelsinger75@gmail.com Cow herd consists of 25 head. Sires: Goble Sirloin 103Z (herdsire), Kilowatt, THM Durango 4037, NJW 98S R117 Ribeye 80X ET. Bloodlines: Feltons Ozzie 492, P606, ANL 57G Maverick 25M, CRR About Time 743, Victor 719T. HELSINGER, Collin & Jessica– THE HELSINGER SISTERS – 1937 W Holtzmuller Rd, West Manchester, Ohio 45382. Phone: (937) 733-3726.

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HENDRIX, John & Mark – HENDRIX POLLED HEREFORDS – 6891 State Route 125, West Union, Ohio 45693. Phone: (937) 544-3039 or (937) 217-3806. Directions: 1 mile west of West Union on State Route 125. 60 miles east of Cincinnati, Ohio. Cow herd consists of 25 head. HENNON, Don L. – BAR H FARMS, INC. – 2449 Camp Meeting Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 15143. Phone: (412) 741-2883. E-mail: mdhennon@aol.com. Manager: Robert Glenn. Phone: (724) 748-4303. Directions: I-79 to exit 113 (Grove City Outlets). Follow route 258 north toward Mercer. Farm 1.5 miles from outlets on right side of highway. Cow herd consists of 30 head. AI Sires: NJW 73S W18 Hometown; Genoa’s Bonanza; EFBEEF U208 Fortune; R Revolution 4510; Whitehawk Beefmaker 2254 ET. Bloodlines: NJW Trust 100W; NJW 98S Durango 44U; RU Duster 60D; KCF Bennett Encore Z311. HERMAN, Jim – SUNNYSIDE STOCK FARM – 06753 County Road C-75, Edgerton, Ohio, 43517. Phone: (419) 212-0093. Email : jimbethherman@metalink.net. Manager: Jim Herman. Cow herd: 35 head. Cow herd is deep in Keysha progeny. Bloodlines by popular AI sires. Stop and see us, cattle always for sale. HERITAGE HILL FARM – see HOFFMAN, GREG & BETH. HERRON, Keith N. – KEITH N. HERRON FARM – 270 Cohen Drive, Zanesville, Ohio 43701. Phone: (740) 453-0815. HILEMAN, Cody J. – HILEMAN FAMILY FARMS – 675 E. Mannsiding Road, Harrison, Michigan 48625. Phone (989) 802-2366. Email: hilemanherf@gmail.com. Directions: 95 miles north of Lansing on US-127, take exit #168, go west 2.5 miles to 675 E. Mannsiding. Cow herd consists of 40 head. Sires: NJW 76S 4037 Durango Spirit 174X (P43092746); DD Mr Grizz 238 (P43357124). Bloodlines: THM Durango 4037; NJW 237M Call 100T; NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W. HILL & HOLLOW – see Beanblossom, Steve & Leesa. HINES, Todd, Suzy, Bryce, Cole & Cora – HINES FAMILY CATTLE – 715 Haanan Trace Road, Patriot, Ohio 45658. Phone: (740) 645-2330. Email: hines.fence@yahoo.com Cow herd consists of 15 head. Sires: Revolution 4R; Sensation 028X; Trust; About Time; 719T. Bloodlines: Encore Z311; Victor 33Z; Sensation 2504. Directions to farm: .7 miles east of Patriot on Haanan Trace Rd. HOFFMAN, Greg & Beth – Heritage Hill Farm – 7880 Oldtown Valley Road, Port Washington, Ohio 43837. Phone: (330) 340-2649. Email: ghoffarm@gmail.com. Cow herd consists of 15 head. Bloodlines: Mead, Mohican & NJW genetics. HOT IRON ENTERPRISES – see Morrison, Tom & Nikki. HOLLEY, Lynn & Karen – HOLLEY LAND & CATTLE – 2850 CR 62, Gibsonburg, Ohio 43431. Phone: (419) 637-2236. HOWARD, CHRIS – HOWARD & SON CATTLE – 2984 Northern Road, Somerville, Ohio. Phone: 937-7874375. Directions: 13 miles south of Eaton. Cow herd consists of 38-50 head. Sires: High Stakes (Excel) and BHF Special Agent. HOWE, DOUG, JENNY, ETHAN, AUSTIN, NIGEL, ANDRE, ALEESHA, KAIA – DEANAJAK FARM – P.O. Box 304, Wagontown, Pennsylvania 19376. Phone: (614) 942-4249. Website: deanajakfarms.com. HUBBARD, STEPHEN – HUBBARD RIDGE FARM – 315 Indian Pointe Drive, Maineville, Ohio. Phone: (513) 317-4547. Email: hubbardridgefarm@yahoo.com. Directions: Carlisle, Kentucky. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Sires: 055 Revolution 3014. HULBERT, Josiah – BROKEN ROCK FARMS – 10100 Leedy Road, Bellville, Ohio 44813. Phone (419) 308-7055. Email: hello@brokenrockfarms.com. Cow herd consists of 10 head. HUNTER, Sam – SCH POLLED HEREFORDS – 13651 Newcomer Road, Hagerstown, Maryland 21742. Phone: (301) 824-4771. Directions: 4 miles North of Smithsburg, MD or 4 miles South of Waynesboro, PA. Cow herd consists of 60 head. Sires: KCF Bennett Revolution Z62 Bloodlines: Victor Domino, Trask. 24

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HY VUE FARM – see SCRUGGS, DANNY & BECKY. ISON, Lloyde, Jeff, & Jacob – ISON POLLED HEREFORDS – 184 Cartro Road, Franklin Furnace, Ohio 45629. Phone: (740) 574-5889 or (740) 574-4682. Cow herd consists of 20 cows. Sires: NA AS Carbon Copy 11C ET. Bloodlines: Feltons; Durango; Standout. Directions: From US 52, take st rt 522 exit into Wheelersburg. Travel 4 miles on 522 to Shledon Cartro Rd. Take Sheldon Cartro Rd. for 3/4 of a mile to Cartro Rd. Take Cartro Rd at the “Y” in the road. The farm is the first driveway on the right. J&L CATTLE SERVICES – see Harr, Jeff & Lou Ellen. JOHNSON, Jeff & Family – CREEK BOTTOM FARM – 15339 Wynncrest Street, Navarre, Ohio 44662. Phone: (330) 767-3877 or Jeremiah (614) 325-8539. Directions: located between Mt. Eaton & Brewster. Cow herd consists of 40 head. Sires: Catapult 109; R Leader 2002; Redbull 200Z ; About Time 743, NJW Trust, Hometown. Bloodlines: Durango 4037; Revolution 4R; About Time 734; Trust 100W; Hometown 10Y. JORDAN , Cecil & Son – SUNNY SIDE FARM – 8570 Shannon Road, Dresden, Ohio 43821. Phone: (740) 8282626 or (740) 704-4807. Manager: Jeff Jordan. Directions: 7 miles north of Zanesville off State Route 60 on Shannon Road. Cow herd consists of 40 head. Sires: Hometown 27A; R Leader; Undisputed & RedBull. Bloodlines: SSF JJD Shrek 669 & Revolution 4R. JLZ FARM- see ZAENGER, JOEL & LORRAINE. KATICH FAMILY – WINDY ACRES FARM – 13370 McCallum Avenue, Alliance, Ohio 44601. Directions: East on Route 62 to State street, left on State, Right on McCallum Avenue approximately 4 miles. Cow herd consists of 5 head. Bloodlines: Star TCF Shock & Awe 158W, SSF 219 Nemo 824, & Boyd Blue Blood 1142. KC POLLED HEREFORDS – see Wallery, Kahler. KEETS, Brian, Lisa, Jen & Ellie – 10708 Main Road, Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814. Phone: Brian (419) 651-0978 or Lisa (440) 320-6193. E-mail: ohioherefordlady@yahoo.com. Herdsire: LBK 100W VALOR 7E. AI Sires: ILR Red Power; MCR Flint Hills; Mohican THM Excede; NJW Hometown 27A; TH Upgrade 69X; UPS Domino 3027. Bloodlines: daughters & grandaughters of donors: LBK 100W Gabby 7A (DOD); THM Victoria 8037 (DOD); THM Victra Dom 5043; and THM Victoria Belle 1817. KELLISH, Mike, Kelly, Nicole, Taylor & Abby – MTG FARM – 24143 SR 751, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832. Phone: (330) 715-1896. Email: mikek@grout-systems.net. Cow herd consists of 10-15 head. Bloodlines: OCC Beowulf, Excel, Exceed, Trust. KENSINGER, Daniel B. – DB KENSINGER FARM – 5094 Mountain Road NE, Mechanicstown, Ohio 44651. Phone: (330) 738-4083. Farm location: 3 miles due north of Mechanicstown. Cow herd conists of 30 cows. Sires: Domino. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend. KING, John & Jamie – LIBERTY RIDGE HEREFORDS – 3735 N. Twp Road 111, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. Phone: (419) 937-1864. Email: kingswayangus@gmail.com. Directions: SR 53 north of Tiffin to CR 592. Left on 592, go 4 1/2 miles to 5 way stop. Turn left on TWP Rd 111, first .farm on right. Cow herd consists of 6 head. KREITZER, Walter E. – MAPLE LANE HEREFORD FARM – 2689 Twin Twp Road, Lewisburg, Ohio 45338. Phone: (937) 839-5368. Directions: South of Lewisburg on 503 to Twin Twp Road. Turn west. Second place. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Herd Sires: DJB 2X Bentley 10Z, Achiever Boomer 115. Bloodlines: Remitall Boomer 46B, Gerber Kaiser 078K. KUBE, Bob & Lucy – FAUQUIER FARM – 6470 Beverly Mill Road, Broadrun, Virginia 20137. Phone: (540) 347-7188. Email: RFKube@verizon.net. Directions: 6 miles north of Warrenton on Rt 29-15-17. AI Sires: About Time; Revolution. Herd sires: DRC 61T Prince 139W; FFV Rib Eye X1. Bloodlines: Victor. L&D POLLED HEREFORDS – see Chaikcic, Larry & Dot. LAKE VIEW ACRES – see Picklesimer. LANE VIEW FARM – see Earl, Robert & Janet.

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LAZY G FARM – see Gossett, Denny & Shannon. LEONARD, Mark E. – RISING CREEK FARM – 287 Centerpoint Road, Oakhill, Ohio 45656. Phone: (740) 3951529 or (740) 682-7362. Email: mel.risingcreekfarm@yahoo.com. Directions: SR 3 SE to SR 279 to Centerpoint Road , then 3 miles to farm on the right. Small select herd. Sires: HHLF Tundra 20Z ET & ECA 7Z Editor 10Y 7EE. LIBERTY RIDGE HEREFORDS – see King, John & Jamie JOHN LITTLE HEREFORDS – 11121 Ambush Road NW, Magnolia, Ohio 44643. Phone: (330) 866-3987. Email: woodworm1@sbcglobal.net Cow herd consists of 25 head. LOVE, Kurt, Marcy, Mason & Morgan – MLOVE Cattle Co / Cupp Brothers Land & Livestock – 12505 Snyder Church Road, Baltimore, Ohio. Phone: (740) 862-6222 or (614) 989-9332. Email: kurtmarcylove@gmail.com. Family managed. LYNN VALLEY FARM – see Shepperd Grasz, Kathy. MAPLE LANE HEREFORD FARM – see Kreitzer, Walter E. MEADOW KNOLL – see Patterson, Bruce. MEADOW MIST FARM – see Ullman, Bob & Carol. MEB HEREFORDS – see Baker, Mary. MERRY, Brenda – MERRY FARMS – 19489 Woodsfield Road (SR 78E), Caldwell, Ohio 43724. Phone: (740) 7324363. Email: merryfarms@msn.com Manager: Brenda & Ryan Merry (740) 732-2859. Directions: Exit #25 off I-77, SR 78 east 3.5 miles, mile post 11 across from barn, driveway just before red/black buildings. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Herd Sires: BHF 3510 Murphy. Bloodlines: Boomer P606, Marshall, Lasalle, Lumberjack, Phantom, Felton 517, Durango 4037, Bar JZ 434V, Fed Ex 500Z, TRM High Energy, MS America. MERRY MEADOWS FARM LLC. – see Eddy, Jason, Kaci and Jalyn. METZGER, Ed & Susan – METZGER FARMS – 1681 Twp. Road 185 SW, Junction City, Ohio 43748. Phone: (740) 987-3366. Cow herd consists of 12 head. MIDLA, Les, Nancy & Brendan – FLAT STONE LICK – 34 Cranberry Marsh, Marianna, Pennsylvania 15345. Phone: (724) 267-3325. E-mail: nmidla@pulsenet.com Herdsman: Brendan Midla. Cow herd consists of 70 head. Directions: Just off Interstate 70 and Interstate 79 in southwestern PA. One mile east of Marianna on the Beallsville Rd. AI Sires: JDH Victor 33Z, Churchill Kickstart 501C, ILR Red Power 456B and NJW Durango 44U. Bloodlines: SHF Ribeye M326 R117, MSU TCF Revolution 4R, EF BEEF Proficient N093 & P606. MILLER, Larry G. – 7558 State Route 179, Lakeville, Ohio 44638. Phone: (330) 378- 2315. Farm Location: 3 miles south of Lakeville on SR 179. Cow herd consists of 15 head. Sires: Trust 100W, Victor 719T. Bloodlines: Wrangler, Revolution, Masterpiece 0220. MILLSTONE VALLEY FARMS – see Schlichter, Albert & John. MMC FARM – see Spurgeon, Thomas. MOHICAN FARMS – see Stitzlein, Conard & Nancy. MOHICAN WEST – 3100 Sportsman Park Road, Laurel, Montana 59044. Phone: (406) 633-2600 or cell (406) 670-8529. Email: mohicanw@yahoo.com MORGAN, Don – MORGAN FARMS LLC. -34670 Highway 35, Chillocothe, Ohio 45601. Phone: (740) 8844528. Email: rocofarmer@gmail.com. Directions: 9 miles east of Chillicothe on US 35. Cow herd consists of 40 head. Sires: Nasdaq, Domino, Boomer. MORRISON, Bobby & Kim – 5472 Twp. Road 59, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338. Phone: (419) 610-8282.

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MORRISON, Tom & Nikki – HOT IRON ENTERPRISES -5321 TR 59, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338, Phone: (419) 946-6977. Directions: Located 10 miles NW of I-71 [exit 151] or 10 miles south of State Route 30 [four-lane highway]. Sires: Feltons Legend 242, TNM RT 66 Ranger 8094, ANL 57G Maverick 25M, GKB 146 Anchor B514, CRR Helton 980. Bloodlines: Felton Prospectors (Feltons Legend 242, Feltons 492), Circle D Wranglers (NJW 1Y Wrangler 19D, MC Ranger 9615), Stockmaster (TNM SB Stocker 848, Remitall Route 66), Remitall Keynote (GKB 146 Anchor B514, PW Victor Boomer P606). MORRISON STOCK FARM – BOB & KAREN MORRISON – 7530 State Route 314, Lexington, Ohio 44904. Phone: (419) 362-4471, Cell (419) 565-0032. Email: morrisonmsf@gmail.com. Directions: 6 miles south of Lexington or 10 miles northwest of Mt. Gilead on US Hwy 42 (house #7295). Cow herd consists of 40 head. Herd Sires: KCF Bennett Revolution Z271 ET, KCF Bennett Revolution Z384, Gerber Balance 030B and KCF Bennett Z311 C530. AI Sires: Feltons Legend 242 and Boyd Worldwide. Bloodlines: Daughters of Feltons Legend 242, Feltons Pattern, Mohican Big Sky, KJ Prince Domino, MSF Xtra, KCF Bennett Revolution Z 271, and KCF Bennett Revolution Z384. MRN HEREFORDS – see Nickoli, Mike & Rebecca. MTG FARM – see Kellish, Mike & Kelly. MUHLENKAMP, Brittany – MUHLENKAMP SHOW STOCK -4177 Cassella-Montezuma Road, Celina, Ohio 45822. Phone: (419) 953-4979. Email: muhlenkampbrittany@gmail.com. Directions: 1.5 mile East of US 127. Cow herd consists of 2 head. NETHING, Scott & Kim – ROCKY ACRE HEREFORDS – 565 Lohr Road, Mansfield, Ohio 44903. Phone: (419) 683-4184. Cow herd consists of 19 head. NICKELL, Duane – NICKELL FARM – 12575 Y-Camp Road, Lisbon, Ohio 44432. Phone: (330) 420-0614. Cow herd consists of 34 head. Herd Sire: Durango 4037, Legend, Eureka, Nasdaq. NICKOLI, Mike & Rebecca – MRN HEREFORDS -4674 Gibbs Road, Norwalk, Ohio 44857. Phone: (419) 6683548. Email: mikenickoli@aol.com. Directions: 1/4 mile off Rt 601 on Gibbs Rd. Cow herd consists of 4 cows. Sires: Legend 242, SSF JJD SHREK 669, DR World Class 517 10H. NORMAN, Gary – 15 Paula Ct., Fremont, Ohio 43420. Phone: (419) 334-3302. Retired Hereford supporter. NS POLLED HEREFORDS – Norman Starr – 2265 South State Route 741, Lebanon, Ohio, 45036. Cell: 216 312 4999. Email: starrn42@att.net. Manager: Gene Steiner: (513) 616 4086; gsteiner@zoomtown.com. Farm is located 30 miles north of Cincinnati on State Route 741 (near Kings Island amusement park). NS, a Gold TPR Breeder, has been breeding Herefords successfully for 60 years. Our long term breeding philosophy includes utilization of proven genetics to generate cattle with nationally competitive phenotypes whose real value is enhanced by the collection of available, measured objective data. Cattle and embryos are available through private treaty and several auctions annually. OAKRIDGE POLLED HEREFORDS – see Arnholt, Dr. Earl & Cynthia. O’DIAM, John Jr. – O’DIAM POLLED HEREFORDS -2732 S. Clayton Road, Farmersville, Ohio 45325. Phone: (937) 673-3761 (cell). Directions: 2 3/4 mile south of US 35 at New Lebanon, OH on S. Clayton Road. OSBORN, Tim – RIPPLING ROCK HEREFORD FARM – 3537 Second Creek Road, Blanchester, Ohio 45107. Phone: (937) 655-0644. Email: timosborn@frontier.com. Directions: Second Creek Road 3 miles east of Blanchester on Center Street. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Sires: R Leader 6964, UPS Sensation 2504, KCF Bennett Encore Z311. Bloodlines: NS KENO, Feltons Ozzie, NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W, MSU Revolution 4R. OSTGAARD, John & Sandy, Tom & Angie – 4921 Tanner Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45424. Phone: John (937) 233-9712 or Tom (937) 475-9625 or Tom Cell (740) 323-4310. Manager: Tom Ostgaard. Farm location: north of Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Sires: LaGrand Reload 80P, TFR High Cotton, Star 8006 Enyeto, TFR Cyrus, C Fantastic, also sons of CS Pure Gold, MSU Hallmark, & Enyeto. Bloodlines: NJW Wrangler 19D, Remitall Boomer 46B, ABC Powertime, Remitall Kootenay, C-S Pure Gold, Star Headliner. PARADOCS FARM – see Williams, J.

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PATTERSON, Bruce – MEADOW KNOLL – 7125 State Route 88, Ravenna, Ohio 44266. Phone: (330) 2966992. Directions: Rt. 14 to Rt. 88. Go north on Rt 88 1 mile. PENNELL, Andy & Dr. Tricia Pugh-Pennell, DVM – PENNELL BROTHERS -2422 Anderson Avenue, Minerva, Ohio 44657. Phone: (502) 741-3091. PENNELL, Scott, Stacey & Piper – PENNELL BROTHERS – 2370 Mineral City Road, Bolivar, Ohio 44612. Phone: (330) 705-4339. PICKLESIMER, Jay and Lois Anne – LAKE VIEW ACRES – 6270 Indian Run Road, Pleasantville, Ohio 43148. Phone: (740) 536-7462 Cell (740) 974-9711. Email: loisanne.picklesimer@gmail.com Farm location: 5 miles east of Pleasantville, take Pleasantville Rd. to Indian Run Road. Turn north, 2nd house on right. Cow herd consists of 7 head. Sires: LaGrand Reload 80P, Feltons Ozzie 492, LVA Ranch Master, JSF 37 271 Devo. Bloodlines: Online, Boomer P606, NS Keno, Ozzie, Devo. PICKWORTH, G.A. & Family – 961 Hartland Center Road, Collins, Ohio. Phone: (419) 668-2233. PIERGALLINI FARMS – 1230 County Road 10, Dillonvale, Ohio. Phone: (740) 733-8062. PINE HILL FARM – see Starr, Rick & Jim. PINE ROW FARM – see Traveline, Joe & Anne. PITSTICK, Abbygail – 14380 Prairie Road, South Solon, Ohio 43153. Phone: (740) 572-8804. Email: pitstickbrothers@yahoo.com. Farm location: State Route 38N off I-71. Take Route 323 left take left onto Prairie Road. Cow herd consists of 10 cows. PUGH, Todd & Anna – PUGH CENTRAL STATION – 6005 Meese Road, Louisville, Ohio 44641. Phone: (330) 875-7844. QUAD-H FARM – see Schlabach, Robert & Stacy Adams. RANDOLPH, Chet & Jen – 3229 Marsh Road SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663. Phone: (419) 243-3918. Cow herd consists of 4 head. RECNY, Mark & Viola – RECNY FARMS – 3135 SR 600 Gibsonburg, Ohio 43431. Phone: (740) 665-2130 or (419) 680-2639. Email: markst@ohiohealth.us. Cow herd consists of 30 head. AI SIRE: Worr Owen Tankeray. REED, James W. & Sons – REED FAMILY FARMS – 5175 County Road 65, Gibsonburg, Ohio 43431-9770. Phone: (419) 637-2994. Directions: One mile south of Gibsonburg on State Route 300. Then west on County Road 65 to first farm on the left. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Sires: MSF 516R Legend 726T and JLWG N5 Wrango 4037 Y27. Bloodlines: Online & Legend. REED, Jay & Becky – GRANDVIEW FARMS – 5656 Moorefield Road, Springfield, Ohio 45502. Phone: (937) 605-4218 or (937) 605-4218. Email: grandview5890@att.net. Manager: Jay Reed. Directions: 5 miles north of I70 East of Springfield. Cow herd consists of 75 head. Sires: Laramie – Canadian – 29F grandson. Bloodlines: Line 1; Boomer 29F, Monument. RIDGEVIEW FARM – see Goble, Bob & Jamie. RIPPLING ROCK HEREFORDS – see Osborn, Tim. RISING CREEK FARM – See Leonard, Mark ROBINSON, James – 246 Greengrove Rd, Clarksville, PA 15327. ROCKY ACRE HEREFORDS – See Nething, Scott

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ROSE, Gerald & Laurene – WEBER ROSE FARMS LLC. – 7426 Chestnut Hill Road, Cambridge, Ohio 43725. Phone: (740) 584-0322. Directions: 2 miles off I77 between Cambridge & New Philadelphia. SR 541 exit. Cow herd consists of 45 head. Herd Sires: /S Red Bull 44588, WRF 4R Proof 64D. Bloodlines: 4R, Trust 100 W, Victor 719T, Legend 242, Schul-Lar Proficient. ROSE, Jesse & Jennifer – WEBER ROSE FARMS LLC. – 71596 8th Street, Kimbolton, Ohio 43749. Phone: (234) 281-1538 or (740) 584-0322. Directions: 2 miles off I77 between Cambridge & New Philadelphia. SR 541 exit. Cow herd consists of 45 head. Herd Sires: /S Red Bull 44588, WRF 4R Proof 64D. Bloodlines: 4R, Trust 100 W, Victor 719T, Legend 242, Schul-Lar Proficient. RUCK, Kay – CREEKSIDE FARMS – 7838 Clay Street, Thompson, Ohio 44086. Phone: (440) 813-3740. Email: kruck@gmail.com Directions: 7 miles south of I90 on State Route 534. Farm address 2588 St. Rt. 534. RUCK, Scott – CREEKSIDE FARMS – 6691 Barrett Road, Geneva, Ohio 44041. Phone: (440) 474-6639. Directions: 7 miles south of I90 on State Route 534. Farm address 2588 St. Rt. 534. SANDERS, Warner – SANDCREST FARMS – Box 62, Richmond, Ohio 43944. Phone: (740) 765-4531. Directions: Two and one-half miles north of Richmond on Ohio 152. Manager: Clint Sanders. Cow herd consists of 25 head. Bloodlines: Line One. SCH FARM – See Hunter, Sam. SCHLABACH, Robert & Stacy Adams – QUAD-H FARMS – 1682 Deerfield Avenue N, Dalton, Ohio 44618. Phone: (330) 641-9964. Email: quadhfarm1@gmail.com. Cow herd consists of 5-10 head. SCHLICHTER, Jon – MILLSTONE VALLEY FARMS – 7901 Brookville Road, Oxford, Ohio 45056-9207. Phone: (513)523-5179. Email: mvf@brecnet.com. Directions: From US 27 in Oxford turn onto Chestnut Street. Go straight, west, approximately 4.5 miles. We are in the valley. Cow herd consists of 30 cows. Sires: JR LB Y53 Cable D109, JR z17 Will D162, STAR Scotty 127E, MVF 20X Keystone G020. Bloodlines: John Rice, ALF (Alfalfa Lawn Farm), TMF (The Meadows Farm), TRM (Tenn. River Music), Remitall. SCRUGGS, Danny & Becky – HY VUE FARMS – 6295 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, Ohio 45040-9283. Phone: (513) 398-2165. SEITZ FAMILY FARM – Randy G. Seitz – 52756 Old Route 50, Londonderry, Ohio 45647. Phone: (740) 887-2135. Manager: Evan Seitz. Directions: from Chillocothe, 12.5 miles east on US 50, turn left on Old Rt. 50. Farm is 2.6 miles on the right. Sires: Boyd Worldwide 1026, ASM 308A 109 Catapult 538C. Bloodlines: Boyd Achiever 1115, Remitall Patriot 13P, Mohican,Mark Domino 8020, Remitall Silencer. SELHORST, Charles J. – SELHORST HEREFORDS – 5720 Searfoss Road, Columbus Grove, Ohio 45830. Phone: (419) 204-1430. Email: ckselhorst@gmail.com. Manager: Chuck & Kathy Selhorst. SHAW, Connie – 502 Heller Drive, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832. Phone: (740) 227-0199. Email: connie.shaw@ hotmail.com. SHEPHERD GRASZ, Kathy – LYNN VALLEY FARM – 7106 County Road 150, Kenton, Ohio 43326. Phone: (419) 674-6722. Cow herd consists of 8 cows. Sires: Durango; MSU Revolution; About Time. SHOWTIME CATTLE CO. – Jeff Koch & Jill Blake – 7780 E. CR 450 N, Mooreleand, Indiana 47360. Phone: (317) 446-8589. Email: jblake4@yahoo.com. Directions: 10 miles NE of New Castle, IN. Herd Sires: Showtime Fireball 734 ET; STCC SHR Sniper 525 ET; Showtime Flash 509 ET; H Excel 8051 ET & Showtime Pugh Dynasty. SLONE, Jim – SLONE & SON – 311 Emory Centerpoint Road, Oak Hill, Ohio 45656. Phone: (740) 682-0273. Directions: SR 35 to SR 279 to Centerpoint Road, bear left, on Centerpoint Road. Go 2.3 miles, then turn right on Emory Centerpoint Rd. Go .3 mile, farm is on the left. Cow herd consists of 7 cows. Herd sire: Online son & AI Sires. SMAIL, Scott – SMAIL POLLED HEREFORDS – 2361 Keever Road, Lebanon, Ohio, 45036. Phone: (513) 3163455. Email: scott@smailfarm.com. Cow herd consists of 12 cows. Sires: ALL AI. Directions: 3 miles from downtown Lebanon.

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SMITH, David and Beth – STONEPOST FARM – 13011 Township Highway 54, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351. Phone: (419) 294-3170. Email: stonep@udata.com. Directions: U.S. 30 west of Upper Sandusky to County Highway 330 exit. West on Cty Rd 330 approximately 1.4 miles to Twp Rd 102. South on Twp Rd 102 .10 miles to Twp Hwy 54. Farm located on the SW corner of Twp 102 & 54. Cow herd consists of 10 head. Sires: THM Durango 4037, MSU TCF Revolution 4R, UPS Sensation 2504. Bloodlines: Revolution, Logic. SMITH, Glenn C. – SMITH CREEK FARMS – 3362 Lenox New Lyme Road, Jefferson, Ohio, 44047. Phone: (440) 294-2868. Directions: 5 miles south of Jefferson on Lenox-New Lyme. Cow herd consists of 10 cows. Sires: 19D, World Class. Bloodlines: 19D, Victor. SNYDER, Daniel – STONE RIDGE MANOR – 654 Cold Spring Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325. Phone: (240) 447-4600. Manager: Seth Snyder. Email: herefordcattle@stoneridgemanor.com. Directions: Go Rt 116 5 miles west of Gettysburg. Turn right on Cold Spring Road, go 1 1/2 miles to farm on the left. Cow herd consists of 120 head. Herd Sires: ILR Red Power 456B, WHR SRM Tru Test 315 ET, SRM Red Powerball 1701 ET, RMB 372Z Whitlock 634C ET, ST TDP Joint Venture 2206 Z ET. SPURGEON, Thomas – MMC FARM – E-658 Road 5, Deshler, Ohio 43516. Phone: (419) 966-2728. E-mail: mmcfarm@bright.net. STARR, JIM & RICK – PINE HILL FARM – 844 Austin Road, Washington Court House, Ohio, 43160. Phone: (740) 701-5308. E-mail: jlstarr@horizonview.net. STITZLEIN, CONARD & NANCY– MOHICAN FARMS – 4551 SR 514, Glenmont, Ohio 44628. Phone: (330) 378-3421. Email: stitz@mohicanfarms.com. Directions: 10 miles north of Danville on ST RT 514. Manager: Matt Stitzlein. Cow herd consists of 75 cows. Sires: Wheatland, Upgrade, Good Day. Bloodlines: Boomer 46B, Tradition, Networth. STONEBROKE FARM -see Bates, Robert & Amber. STONE POST FARM -see Smith, David & Beth. STONE RIDGE MANOR – see Snyder, Dan & Seth. SUNNY SIDE FARM – see Jordan, Jeff & Cecil. SUNNYSIDE STOCK FARM – See Herman, Jim & Beth. SWITZERLAND OF OHIO POLLED HEREFORD ASSOCIATION – Rick Vanfleet – Secretary/Treasurer, 21989 State Route 78. Sarahsville, Ohio 43779. Phone: (740) 732-4783. TAR-J FARMS – Tom Rulman & Jane Stouffer – 16071 Road 138, Paulding, Ohio 45879. Phone: (419) 769-2924 or (419) 399-2226. Manager: Tom Rulman. Directions: Three miles east of Paulding on County Road 138 to Twp. Road 131. Turn north. 3/4 mile on right side of the road. Cow herd consists of 9 head. Sire: MSF 209T Big Sky 152Y. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend 242, CS Boomer 29F, Boyd Heavy Hitter. THOBE, Shawn & Connie – THOBE FARMS – 288 Stingly Road, Greenville, Ohio 45331. Phone: (937) 5487844. Email: scthobe@earthlink.net. Cow herd consists of 10 cows. Manager: Nathan Thobe. Sire: WCC Bluestem C301 ET. THORNBRIAR FARM – see Beach, Jeff. TOTH, Joe – SCOTTY LANE SHOW CATTLE – 8783 SR 44, Ravenna, Ohio 44266. Phone: (330) 298-8635. Email: scottylaneshowcattle@gmail.com. Directions: Mile South of turnpike exit #193 on SR 44. Cow herd consists of 6 head. Sires: Spartan, First Base, Tonic. TRAVELINE, Joe & Anne – PINE ROW FARM -5417 Cadwallader, Fowler, Ohio 44418. Phone: (330) 638-1696. Directions: East 1 1/2 miles of SR 193 on Cad-Sonk Rd. Cow herd consists of 15 head. Sires: CRR Catapult 320, Chac Mason 2214, KCF Bennett Rev. 151, Hometown 10Y and Boyd Legacy. TRIMBLE, Ken & Barb – TRIMBLE FARM -9525 Spencer Road, Homerville, Ohio 44235-9768. Phone: (216) 389-4983 or 440 665-6045. Email: kbtfarm@yahoo.com. Cow herd consists of 7 head. Bloodlines: VPI Limited Edition, THM Durango, Gerber Lombardi. Farm Location: 224W to 301S. 30

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TUCKER, Joe D. – JOE TUCKER FARMS – 9770 TR 236, Galion, Ohio 44833. Phone: (419) 468-4346 or (419) 961-2333 (cell). Cow herd consists of 30 head. Herdsires: AI only. Bloodlines: Feltons Legend, DR World Class, Recruit, Schular 5N, Times A’ Wastin, R294. TURNER , Gene & Penny – TURNER HEREFORD FARM – 52531 Krebs Hill Road, Clarington, Ohio 43915. Phone: (717) 903-2779. Email: GNPTurner@gmail.com. Directions: 30 miles south of I70. Go south on Rt 7, turn right on CR B1. Go 3 miles and farm is on the left. Sires: Grassy Run Paramount 4003 and KH JLCS 10Y Titanium E15. Bloodlines: Wyarno and About Time. TWIN HILL FARM – see Cramer, Andrea or Jeff. ULLMAN, Bob & Carol – MEADOW MIST FARM – 29300 State Route 26, Rinard Mills, Ohio, 45767-5077. Phone: (740) 934-9347. Email: meadowmistfarm@yahoo.com. Directions: Washington County on St Rt 26, 29 miles NE of Marietta, or 17 miles south of Woodsfield. Cow herd consists of 30 cows. Bloodlines: F243 & Beau Rollo, Trask. Sires: Beau Rollo, Trask, Victor bred sires. ULLMAN, Keith & Tina & Family – RALPH E ULLMAN & SON POLLED HEREFORDS – 36395 Greenbrier Road, Graysville, Ohio, 45734. Phone: (740)934-9321 or (740) 228-2253. Email: info@ullmanherefords. com. Website: www.ullmanherefords.com. Directions: 44 miles N.E. of Marietta on SR 26 or 10 miles south of Woodsfield on SR 26. Cow herd consists of 30 head. Sires: LBK Glenview 719T Security A1; CHF TFF 3001 Legacy 6602 ET. Bloodlines: Cracker Jack, Time Traveler, Playmaker. ULLMAN, RALPH E. & SON POLLED HEREFORDS – 38501 SR 26, Graysville, Ohio, 45734. Phone: (740)934-9321. Email: info@ullmanherefords.com. Website: www.ullmanherefords.com. Directions: 44 miles N.E. of Marietta on SR 26 or 10 miles south of Woodsfield on SR 26. Cow herd consists of 30 head. Sires: LBK Glenview 719T Security A1; CHF TFF 3001 Legacy 6602 ET. Bloodlines: Cracker Jack, Time Traveler, Playmaker. VAN FLEET, Rick – GREEN VALLEY FARMS – 21989 Woodsfield Road, Sarahsville, Ohio 43779. Phone: (740) 732-4783 or Cell (740) 541-8729. Directions: I-77 – exit 25. SR 78 east 6 1/2 miles. Cow herd consists of 50 head. Sires: Grassy Run Paramount 4003, GVF 10Y Homerun 41B, GVF 11X Powerstroke 10B & KH JLCS 10Y Titanium E15. WALLERY, Kahler “Wally” – K.C. POLLED HEREFORDS – 3395 Brown Road, Mansfield, Ohio 44903. Phone: (419)565-5676. Farm location: ST RT 603 to County Road 1475 west to Brown Road. Cow herd consists of 15 head. Sires: Trust 100W, MSU Revolution 4R, Durango X32, Uptown Z74. Bloodlines: Mohican, Mead Cattle Enterprise, and J&L Cattle. WEICKERT, Don E. – WEICKERT HEREFORDS – 2675 County Road 170, Fremont, Ohio 43420. Phone: (419)332-8916. Jeff: (419) 559-4719. Email: Don donaldeweikert@gmail.com or Jeff frelowes69@yahoo.com. Directions: Four miles north of Fremont on State Route 53. Left on CR 99. Turn right on County Road 170. First farm on the right. Cow herd consists of 22 head. Sires: Baja Speak Easy, son of Purple Milsap & Berg Revetta Trust 227E. Bloodlines: SH Diamond, Nasdaq, Golden Oak Outcross, Excel. WEST, Travis – B.T. CATTLE – 2290 Factory Road, Albany, Ohio 45710. Phone: (740) 698-3014. Email: west.222@osu.edu. Directions: Take 50/32 out of Athens, follow Rt. 50 towards Chillicothe, turn right at second road to right (Baker Road), at first stop sign, turn left. follow Factory Road for 1 1/2 miles. Cow herd consists of 8 head. Sires: Revolution, Wrangler, Perfect Timing, Masterpiece. Bloodlines: Revolution, Durango, Trust, Wrangler. WHITE OAKS FARM – see Deyo, Frank. WILLIAMS, Jeff & Chloe – PARADOCS FARM/WILLIAMS CATTLE COMPANY – 9957 SR 5, Kinsman, Ohio 44428. Phone: (330) 240-2553 or (330) 876-3118. Email: pdf@nlc.net. Directions: halfway between Akron & Canton. Cow herd consists of 30 head. Sires: UPS Undisputed ET (P43430925. WILSON STOCK FARM – Jack, Jackie Wilson and Corey – 29145 Buffalo Road, Kensington, Ohio 44427. Phone: (330) 223-1476. Email: jjwilson10@frontier.com. Cow herd consists of 20 brood cows. Bloodlines: Durango, MSU Revolution, Feltons 242, Worldwide 9050. WINDY ACRES FARM – see Katich, Don.

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WR FARMS – see Rose, Gerald & Laurene & Rose, Jesse & Jennifer. WRIGHTS POLLED HEREFORDS – 20357 Elgin-Converse Road, Venedocia, Ohio 45894. Phone: (419) 6672556 or cell (419) 619-4180. Cow herd consists of 12 head. Directions: 1 mile NW of intersection of SR 81 and 116, 1 mile in VanWert Co. YODER, Vernon – CIRCLE Y FARM – PO Box 225, West Liberty, Ohio 43357. Location: 1/4 mile north of West Liberty on 0568, turn right on county road 5, first buildings on right. Cow herd consists of 20 head. Herd Sires: DR Bonus 10H S07 and Encore, Count On Me. Bloodlines: World Class and Revolution. YOKER VALLEY FARM– see Collins, Dale. ZAENGER, Joel & Lorraine – JLZ FARMS – 1987 W County Road 58, McCutchenville, Ohio. Phone: (419) 3100201. Cow herd consists of 6 head. Sires: Revolution, Currency. Bloodlines: Grassy Run, Mary Baker.

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The History of the Buckeye Hereford Association By William H. Nolan Updated by Leesa Beanblossom and Lisa Keets The Buckeye Polled Hereford Association was born in 1943. It was the child of necessity which, coupled with sound organizational management, grew at a rate seldom witnessed in breed organizations. In September 1943 an all Polled Hereford dispersal sale winding up the J. W. Williams Estate had proven to be very successful. After this success, there were several progressive Polled Hereford breeders who, wanting to develop a market, realized that it could be possible to do so through a cooperative breeder sale. The first meeting was held in Zanesville in October 1943, having been called by T. W. McGovern of McConnelsville, Ohio with some 18 breeders present. Since the majority of the breeders came from the southeastern portion of the state, a question was posed as to whether this organization should be of several counties in that area or if possibly it wouldn’t be wise to take in the entire state. The name Buckeye Polled Hereford Association was adopted to signify statewide coverage but in a short period of time members were joining from all of the surrounding states. In addition to Mr. McGovern, the first vice president was J. C. Thompson, Lore City, Ohio and the secretary-treasurer was R. L. Siler of Zanesville. The Board of Directors consisted of S. L. Bliss, Chandlersville; Harry R. Blume, Sugar Grove; Claire Finley, Crooksville; George H. Wilking, Zanesville; and H. Dana Williams, Wilmington. Things move rapidly for on Friday, April 28, 1944, Ohio’s first Polled Hereford Breeders Sale was held at the B&O Railroad Yards, Zanesville, Ohio. There was a show with L. P. McCann as judge, Earl Gartin was the auctioneer and Don Chittenden was on hand representing the Hereford Journal. Don later served as secretary of the American Polled Hereford Association for many years. By this time there were 45 members and the consignor’s list totaled 20 firms with 63 head of cattle being sold in the first sale. On the back cover of the first sale catalog the following paragraph appears, which is quite interesting and informative: “Facts about Polled (Hornless) Herefords not generally known. The American Polled Hereford Breeder’s Association was organized in 1907 and in that same year Polled Rupert No. 88 was brought to Southeastern Ohio. Mated to registered Horned Herefords; 60% of the offspring was polled. Naturally local breeders became interested and started using Polled The Buckeye Polled bulls. From this southeastern section of Ohio, Polled Herefords have gone to the Hawaiian Islands, Cuba, Australia and to Hereford Association many states. With his background, it is believed those wanting was born in 1943. Polled (Hornless) Herefords should know they are available from dependable breeders in Ohio and adjoining states. Polled Herefords for many generations of Polled blood on both sides back of them, and with these thoughts in mind the breeders have organized the Buckeye Polled Hereford Association, and herein is the first offering in Ohio’s Finest Polled Hereford Sale, by the breeders whose names and addresses are listed inside.” In addition to the aforementioned officers and directors some of the members appearing in the First Sale Catalog were: Bentley Brothers, Sabina; Dr. Charles E. Vidt, Blue Crystal Farm, Hilliards; A. L. Carter and Sons, Zanesville; J.L. Delarber, Defiance; Don Finley, Malta; A. Goff and Sons, Washburn, WV; H. E. Herron and Sons, Chandlersville; Ora and Chester Kline, Osborn; Hugh M. Lynch, Chillicothe; John and Frank Nelson, Crooksville; Howard Rex, Blue Rock; Curt Richardson and John Rutledge, both of McConnelsville; Edwin Schafer, Aid; Paul Shaw, Zanesville; Garfield Watson and Son, Sarahsville; S. E. Ward and Son, Lisbon and Forest Weinrich, Logan. The second sale was held a year later at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds, Zanesville, Ohio during which 96 head were cataloged - a show with Don W. Chittenden, Eastern Representative, American Hereford Association, as judge. The American Polled Hereford Association was represented by B. O. Gammon, Secretary.

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By the time the third annual Spring Sale had rolled around in 1946, membership was up to 102 members and it became necessary to also have Fall Shows and Sales. The rapid development and importance of this area was recognized when in 1946 an Eastern National Show and Sale was held in Columbus, Ohio - a big three day affair with 300 head of Polled Herefords from 33 herds representing 15 states vying for $5,000 premium funds. The following men have served as President of the Buckeye Polled Hereford Association since its inception. In addition to Mr. McGovern in 1944, there followed in 1945 George H. Wilking, Zanesville; in 1946 H. C. Goff, Cincinnati; in 1947 H. Dana Williams, Wilmington; in 1948 Robert L. Siler, Zanesville; in 1949 H. W. Helwig, Canton; in 1950 John W. Nelson, At the National in 1958, McConnelsville; in 1951 and 1952 William H. Nolan, Buckeye members captured Chillicothe; in 1953 and 1954 Fred W. Schlichter, Hamilton; in 1955 and 1956 C. E. Knowlton, Bellefontaine; 1957 A. C. 13 of 20 blue... Hunsinger, Mt. Eaton; 1958, 1959, and 1960 C. E. Knowlton; 1961 A. C. Hunsinger; 1962 and 1963 William H. Nolan and 1964 C. E. Knowlton. From that time the following have served, and in some instances, more than one term: Noel Hartfield, Horace Karr, Dr. David Ayres, James Hoerner, Howard Thomsen, Jack Myers, Jerry Ballard, Robert Morrison, Conard Stitzlein, Hugh Earnhart, Doug Banks, Robert Wise, Charles Cole, Robert Morrison, William H. Nolan, Doug Banks, Keith Kauffman, Joe Zupan, Tom Morrison, Billy Joe Armstrong, Gene Kiko, Ric Lahmers, Ralph Ullman, Earl Arnholt, Richard Cope, Jeff Jordan, Jim Herman, Jerry Berg, Gerald Flatter, Chris Helsinger, John Ostgaard, Scott Pennell, Rick VanFleet and Marsha Farno. The Buckeye Polled Hereford Association has been particularly blessed with a roster of outstanding and dedicated secretaries. They are Robert L. Siler, John W. Nelson, Charles Gander, Guy H. Finley, Lorin G. Sanford, Lloyd Arnett, Carl Birney, Mike Bishop, Connie Peak, Pat Ballard, Sandie Engle, Connie Vance, Leesa Beanblossom and Lisa Finnegan Keets. The Buckeye Polled Hereford Association has been most capably represented on the American Polled Hereford Association Board of Directors by Hugh M. Lynch, Chillicothe, Vice President and Director 1943-1945; Adna R. Johnson, Clarksville, President and Director 1950-1952; C. E. Knowlton, Bellefontaine, Paul Deer, Springfield and Bob Morrison, Lexington for the American Hereford Association. In 1954, the National Show and Sale was held in Columbus, Ohio at the Ohio State Fairgrounds with a $10,000 premium fund. From that time on a Buckeye Eastern National has been held in Springfield, Ohio with at $5,000 premium fund, and it became known as “The Little National” because so many winners at this show went on to win at the National. As to how good Buckeye Polled Hereford cattle are, we respectfully submit two instances of excellence. At the National in 1958, Buckeye members captured 13 of 20 blues and in 1951, three of four National Champions were shown by members of the Buckeye Polled Hereford Association. They were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Knowlton, Champion Female; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Haberer, New Lebanon, Reserve Champion Bull and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hunslinger, Reserve Champion Female. In 1962, at the National held in Jackson, Miss., Buckeye member Leon Falk, Jr., Schellsburg, Pa., was the Premier Breeder and Exhibitor. In 1963, the following Buckeye Polled Hereford Association members stood high at the National held in Indianapolis, Ind.: Floyd Ballard and Son, Nashport, Ohio; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa.; John Watson, Sarahsville, Ohio; Mrs. Mary K. Sprague, Springfield Ohio, and Falklands Farms, Schellsburg, Pa. The winnings included Champion Bull, The New Breeder Award, and many firsts. The Buckeye Junior Polled Hereford Association was founded in 1962 and Carl Haines was the first President. This energetic group has been a real asset in our state and represents Polled Herefords in a positive manner. The following individuals have generously donated their time and served as Jr. Advisors: Hazel Pinkley, Bob Crites, Lynn and Karen Holley, Jeff and Jill Hiltner, Paul and Marsha Farno, Jay and Becky Reed, Reb and Denise Billman, Connie Shaw, Collin and Jessica Helsinger, Kym and Gene Steiner. Currently the juniors are being advised by Leesa and Sara Beanblossom along with Shelly Peak. 34

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The Buckeye Poll-ettes was formed by Helen Hartfield. It has been a very active membership and their accomplishments are numerous and effective. Since their formation in 1967, the following ladies have served the Buckeye Poll-ettes as President: Helen Hartfield, Edith Miller, Phyllis Bidlack, Ruby Dixon, Carol Culp, Erma Riley, Carol Smith, Lurline Smith, Karen Morrison, Kay Fiebiger, Charleen Campbell, Marsha Farno, Linda Helmke, Ann Kiester, Nancy Houser, Kym Cooper, Marsha Farno, Marie Bishop, Nikki Morrison, Shelley Peak, Tammy Herman, Lisa Levering, Karen Morrison, Lois Picklesimer, Liz Core and Sandy Ostgaard. The Buckeye Scholarship Program assists a deserving Animal Science major at the Ohio State University each year. Our first recipient was John Phillips. John was associated with the Polled Hereford World for many years. Recognized breeders who have outstanding contributions toward the development of Polled Herefords in the Ohio region and have served the Buckeye Polled Hereford Association enthusiastically are named to the Buckeye Hall of Honor: C. E. Knowlton, Bellefontaine; Paul Deer, Springfield; William H. Nolan, Chillicothe; Clyde Banbury, Danville; Paul Hurm, Hamilton; James Hoerner, Owford; Dana Williams, Wilmington; Jerry Ballard, Nashport; Claude and Denver Goff, Harrisville, WV; Frank Nelson, Crooksville; Robert Siler, Zanesville; John Nelson, Malta; James Hupman, Greenville; Robert Morrison, Lexington; Conard Stitzlein, Glenmont; Bill Bidlack, Oakwood; Lorin Sanford, Caldwell; Ernie Smith, APHA Member Service Director, Bob Crites and Hazel Pinkley, Wooster; Helen Hartfield, Johnstown; Joe Zupan, Jeromesville; Gene Kiko, Magnolia and Ullman Farms, Graysville and Rinard Mills; Paul Malina, Springfield; Bob and Marge Larson, Hamilton, Cecil Jordan, Dresden; Doug and Jane Banks, Hamilton; Dr. Norman Starr, Mason, Flatter Herefords, Yellow Springs, John & Elinor Adams, Springfield, Jay & Lois Picklesimer, Pleasantville, Dr. Earl & Cynthia Arnholt, Valley City, Jim & Beth Herman, Edgerton, Brenda & Jerry Merry, Caldwell, Steve & Leesa Beanblossom, Bradford, Jerry & Mary Ann Berg, Dalton, Jim & Rick Starr, The name was officially Washington Court House, Paul & Marsha Farno, Eaton, Jeff & Jane Johnson, Navarre, Reb & Denise Billman, changed in 1998 to Buckeye Newcomerstown, The Turner Family, Clarington, and The Hereford Association to include Bradfords of St. Marys. the entire Hereford breed. The 45th National Polled Hereford Show and Sale was held in Columbus, Ohio, in December of 1967. It was a tremendous success. The Buckeye Association had prepared for this event for a period of five years. Hospitality, good crowds and exceptional cattle have never been surpassed at the National. All Buckeye members are represented at the various shows, sales and events held in the state, region, and nation by our charming Queen and Princess. These lovely young ladies always make us proud because they reflect the spirit and enthusiasm of our State and our breed. This fine program has been serving the Buckeye Association for many years with a highpoint in 2017 with the Buckeye Queen Abbygail Pitstick being crowned as the National Hereford Queen! The APHA Standard of Perfection show held in Columbus in 1981 honored Paul Deer of Springfield while the 1993 show honored Bill Nolan of Chillicothe. We all take great pride in the rich heritage that has come to us in a relatively short period of time. Certainly, the pioneers of the Buckeye were sound in their principles and enthusiastic about the future. They set their sights high and all have served well. The members of the Buckeye feel that with our great Hereford cattle, our fine spirit of cooperation and our great faith in each other we will continue to accomplish the very goals for which the Association was born. In 2018 the Buckeye Hereford Association is proud to celebrate our 75th year of promoting Hereford cattle!

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Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association By-Laws (OBJHA) is under the direction and governed by the Buckeye Hereford Association (BHA) Article I: Name Section I – The name of this organization shall be The Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association, shall be for non-profit. Article II: Purpose Section I – The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a wholesome activity for the youth of Ohio, develop leadership skills, prepare them for the success and future of the Hereford Breed, and assure the best interest in those engaged in the Hereford business. Section II – All proceedings of the OBJHA shall be in accord with the policies and activities of the Buckeye Junior Hereford Association. Article III: Membership – Dues Section I – Any person under 22 years of age as of Jan. 1st of the current calendar year engaged in breeding or raising Hereford cattle is eligible for membership to this organization. Section II – The Junior Membership fee is $10.00 assessed annually on January 1st to be collected by advisors/treasurer when becoming a member of OBJHA. Section III – Annual membership fee of $10 must be paid before participation in any OBJHA sponsored activities. Section IV – Any person having joined this organization shall thereby become subject to the rules and By-laws, then in force, adopted by the OBJHA and approved by the board of BHA. Section V – Each member shall be entitled to one vote upon each matter submitted to a vote at the meeting of the membership. Article IV: Executive Committee – Duties Section I – The officers of the Ohio Buckeye Junior Hereford Association shall be: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Reporter and any other Officer deemed necessary by the members, advisors, and the BHA Board of Directors to conduct the affairs of the Association. Section II – These officers shall be called the Executive Committee. Section III – The business, property, and affairs of the Association shall be managed by the Executive Committee. Section IV – All officers will be elected once a year by the membership and will serve a (1) one year term with the exception of Treasurer who will serve a (2) two year term elected in the even year. Section V – Officers A. President 1. Shall call and preside at all meetings of the Executive Committee and the membership 2. Shall fill any vacancies that occur with the approval of the Executive Committee 3. Shall perform all duties usually pertaining to this office and shall be ex-officio member to all committees except the nominating committee B. Vice President 1. Shall assist the President in conducting the affairs of the association 2. Shall assume the responsibilities of the President in case of his/her absence C. Secretary 1. Shall keep the previous 2 year reports and records. 2. Turn over the reports to the Advisors, and pass down the original copies to the next secretary. 3. Must keep a full record of minutes and shall read a full report at each meeting and it shall be provided to the advisors 4. Shall maintain an accurate membership list 5. Notify members of meetings and activities 38

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D. Treasurer 1. Shall keep full and accurate records of receipts, bills, bank statements and disbursements, etc. 2. Shall forward such to Banker (treasurer of BHA) for deposits and payment of expenses 3. Shall keep all records submitted by BHA Treasurer (banker) 4. Provide a complete written treasurer’s report at every membership and executive committee meeting. A copy must be provided to each advisor present. E. Reporter 1. Shall work closely with other officers 2. Take pictures for scrapbook 3. Assist in putting together a scrapbook each year 4. Send show reports to Hereford World and other pertinent publications Article V – Nominations Elections Committees Section I – There shall be a nominating committee appointed by the president, and advisor, and BHA liaison. Section II – The president shall ask for nominations from the floor at the annual meeting before election Section III – The officers shall be elected by the members of the association for one year except the treasurer, elected for two year term Section IV – Committees shall be appointed by the president with the approval of the executive committee. These committees shall be for: (1) Awards; (2) Fund raising and other committees deemed necessary by the Executive Committee and Junior advisor. Article VI – Meetings Section I – The regular annual meeting shall be at the major Junior event held in the summer at the Ohio State fair Section II – Special meetings of the Executive Committee may be called by the President or Vice President in the absence of the President. Section III – The President shall call a special meeting of the Executive Committee upon written request of two of the officers or upon request of the Junior Advisors. Section IV – It shall be the duty of the President or Secretary to give all those eligible to attend such meetings, at least ten days notice, prior to the date of said meeting. Notice to be mailed and/or electronically sent to members at last known address. Section V: At any regular or special meeting a majority vote of those members present will suffice to do business in the name of the Association. Article VII – Quorum Section I – Three members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a Quorum Article VIII – Amendments Section I – These By-laws may be amended at any regular or special meeting of the membership by a 2/3 majority vote of the members present providing the members and BHA Board were notified of the proposed amendments 10 days prior to the meeting Section II – These amendments must also be approved by the BHA Board of Directors Article IX – Shows Section I – All shows sponsored by the Ohio Buckeye Jr. Hereford Association will follow Junior National Rules with exceptions as noted in the premier show rules entry form. A. Must be approved by BHA board of Directors Article X – National Voting Delegates Section I – The National Voting Delegates will serve as the State delegates for the election of NJHA council Section II – two delegates are required to attend the National Junior Hereford Expo Section III – Each junior is limited to two (2) terms as a voting delegate These By-Laws read, amendments made, and adopted, by the Membership and BHA Board of Directors on June 8, 2018

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2450 County road 118 • Rushsylvania OH • 43347

Five Generations Raising Polled Herefords

We have BULLS for sale! Feeder steers and replacement heifers available as well.

Joyce Core 937-468-2553

Contact us or drop by anytime!!

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Field Representative for the Upper Midwest Region Give me a call if you are interested in: • Assistance in marketing your Hereford seedstock and commercial females • Placing an ad in the Hereford World • Creative Services projects, including sale catalogs, flyers or brochures • Buying or selling Hereford-Influenced feeder calves • Marketing cattle through the CHB program

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/S RED BULL 44588 (P43566212) from Shaw Cattle Company continues to produce calves that set the standard for calving ease, calf vigor, fast growth and correct conformation. Walking Herd Bulls: /S RED BULL 44588, WRF 4R PROOF 64D (P43683091), WRF 44588 OHIYO RED BULL 100E (P43793756)

AI Bulls: R LEADER 6964 and CHURCHILL RED BULL 200Z

Cattle bred for production with an emphasis on growth and fertility.

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Hereford and Polled Hereford Gestation Table

May Feb.

5 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Sept. June

Oct. July

Nov. Aug.

9 6

10 7

11 8

1 9

May

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Aug. May

8 5

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Oct.

Sept.

Aug.

July

June

April

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 9

12 Dec. 9 Sept.

2

1

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 March 3

Feb.

Jan.

July April

3 9

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6

Dec.

7 4

2 8

2 9

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Nov.

6 June 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3 March 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 7

1 8

April Jan.

4 1

2 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 8

Feb. Nov.

2 11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

3 March 12 Dec.

Jan. Oct.

1 10

Find date of service in upper line. Figure below indicates date due to calve

This table is based on 283-day gestations. It applies to non-leap years. For leap year, subtract 1 day after February 28.


Great Bulls are the Foundation of our Herd

TDP Crossover 400Z

Boyd Masterpiece 0220

RVP 9050 Architect 46A

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rivervalleyherefords@kos.net www.rivervalleyherefords.com Annual Genetic Designs Sale 3rd Friday in September

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REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS

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Ostgaard Cattle Co. Powerhouse Maternal Genetics!

KCL 13P Cataline 48S ET

MF 54N Sophie 242 6003 ET

DSUL Bunny 011X ET

SULL Shelby 6158D

Donor Battery:

DBLL DCC P606 Abby 6267 ET H DelHawk Lady 9801 ET H DelHawk Lady 9807 ET (Full sisters to NWSS Champion, H Poetic Justice 8042) KCL 13P Cataline 48S ET (Daughter of Online’s full sister and Remitall Patriot ET 13P) Elm-Lodge Marvel 9M MF 54N Sophie 242 6003 ET (Full sister of MSU TCF Revolution 4R) DSUL Bunny 011X ET SULL Shelby 6158D

Sires:

AHA JDH Cracker Jack 26U ET NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W TH 60W 719T Victor 43Y H W4 Pure Country 0109 H W4 Grizzly 0146 ET H WCC/Wb 668 Wyarno 9500 H H Perfect Timing 0150 ET CL 1 Domino 955W MSU TCF Revolution 4R CRR About Time 743 SULL TCC Custom Made CHEZ Divergent 505C ET

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Buckeye Hereford Association

Send $30 to: Lisa Keets, Secretary 10708 Main Road, Berlin Heights, OH 44814

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CONSIGNMENTS AT: Breeder’s Cup Sept. 1, 2018

Mohican Polled Herefords & Guests Oct. 27, 2018

Breeder’s Cup Aug. 31, 2019 8570 Shannon Rd.

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Dresden, OH 43821

Cecil Jordan

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740-704-4807

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Sharing our best with you!

LBK 6109 Hazel 1A Sold in Mohican Sale to Carmel Valley Farm

LBK 63Y Hazel 5C

Sold in Buckeye Spring Sale to Piper & Kirbie Pennell, Res. Champion Ohio Futurity

LBK 100W Gabby 7A

Sold in J&L sale to Heritage Hills Farm, just named a Dam of Distinction

LBK 27A Hazel 28F The Next Generation Maternal sib to 1A and 5C

Watch for LBK cattle selling in these sales: Mohican & Guests Sale — October 27, 2018 76th Buckeye Hereford Spring Sale — March 16, 2019 J&L Cattle & Guests Sale — October 26, 2019

LBK

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3 5 1 6 t n i r p e u l B Boyd 31Z P43764491

Sire:

R Leader 6964

NJW 91H 100W Rita 31Z ET

Dam:

CE 8.7 MCW 83

BW 1.2 UDDR 1.40

WW 59 TEAT 1.50

YW 97 CW 83

DMI 0.7 FAT 0.064

les: a S g in m o c p U

SC 1.3 REA 0.47

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MOHICAN WEST

3100 Sportsman Park Rd. Laurel, MT 59044 Conard and Nancy Stitzlein, Owners 330-378-3421 Terry Powlesland 406-670-8529 Fax 406-633-2600 mohicanw@yahoo.com

SCF 17.6 MARB 0.20

MM 30 BMI$ 27

M&G 60 BII$ 23

MCE 12.8 CHB$ 32

MOHICAN WEST & GUESTS Sept. 27, 2018 Laurel, Mont.

MOHICAN POLLED HEREFORD FARMS Conard and Nancy Stitzlein 4551 State Rt. 514 Glenmont, OH 44628 330-378-3421 stitz@mohicanfarms.com Matt Stitzlein • 330-231-0708 Cell