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Aug-Sept. 2017 Volume 20, Issue 3

Buckeye Hereford Association, Inc.

Trends

LK Congratulations to

Ohio Hereford Futurity entry form inside

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


The “ BREEDERS CUP” Sale presented by Boyd

Beef Cattle & Guests

Guest Consignors:

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Dennis & Heather Birdsall Cottage Hill Farm Flat Stone Lick Hopper Herefords Matheny Herefords Cody & Lindsay Sankey Sunny Side Farm Wolf Farm

Noon Selling 60 Lots

Sale held at Boyd Beef Cattle Mayslick, KY Catalogs on request

Lot 8

Lot 21

WBCC HH2028 Miss 3138 D406 - 12/10/2016 BW 3.0 WW 56 YW 91 M 32 MG 60

SSF 503 Miss 755T 296 - 1/1/2017 BW 3.4 WW 49 YW 79 M 26 MG 50

Lot 28 SSF 1Z Miss Axel - 1/10/2017 BW 1.9 WW 51 YW 86 M 26 MG 52

Lot 2A BOYD 2132 Queen Dominette 7030 - 1/14/2017 BW 2.3 WW 54 YW 87 M 39 MG 66

Lot 2 CL 1 Dominette 2132Z {DLF,HYF,IEF} - 1/28/2012 BW 2.5 WW 49 YW 73 M 38 MG 63

Lot 12 NJW 64X 719T Turquoise 16Z {DLF,HYF,IEF}- 2/4/2012 BW 0.6 WW 59 YW 85 M 30 MG 59

For more information contact:

Charlie Boyd II (606) 584-5194

Blake Boyd (606) 375-3818

Dale Stith

(918) 760-1550 dalestith@yahoo.com


August, 2017

Hereford Times

Vol.XXXII

We are pleased to bring you our largest fall sale offering ever. We will be bringing 15 choice young cow calf pairs to the J&L and Guests sale. This offering will feature the get and service of these renowned sires: Glenview 100W Trust Z12ET Glenview 100W Duke A97 ET Boyd Legacy 3001 Boyd Worldwide 9050ET THM Solution 6056 NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y ET THM Avatar 2108 THM Mohican Exceed Z246 The offering will also feature the service of our lead Herdsire

Glenview 10Y Hometown B12 ET

CE +1.6 BW 3.4 WW 56 YW 89 MM 28 M&G 56 MCE +1.1 SC 0.7 Fat +.021 REA +0.54 MARB +.14

Mark your calendars to join us for the J&L & Guests Sale in Jeromesville, Ohio October 28, 2017 catalogs available on request

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 TRENDS 3


A MINUTE WITH THE MEENTS

The 2017 National Junior Hereford Expo “Showin for the Roses” is now history. What a historical event it was! There were over 900 junior exhibitors from 35 states in attendance. A huge thank you goes out to the National Junior Board of Directors, the Andrew Matheny Family, and the Don Cole Family along with Amy Cowan, and her staff for putting on the largest Hereford Junior National ever. Besides record number of cattle, the quality of cattle was superb. Of the 136 classes shown each and every one was tough, tough, tough to win. There were some really awesome heifers that were standing fifth, sixth, seventh or even last in almost every class. Congratulations to all the junior exhibitors for doing an outstanding job, and bringing there “A” game to Louisville. I wanted to share a few of my highlights of the week: 1. Junior Board Member, Mason Blinson sang “My Old Kentucky Home” and past Junior Board Member Keysto Stoltz played “Call to the Post” on his trumpet prior to the championship drive. 2. The barn was filled with moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas, and juniors having a great time all week long. They were playing cards, playing corn hole, or just enjoying hanging out with family and friends. I call that family bonding. It was neat to witness! 3. Joe Rickabaugh, Tommy Coley, Trey Befort, and I cooked 65 three pound beef tri tips for the tailgate party. It was a lot of work, but a lot of fun. They were consumed in an hour and a half! 4. Cattle check in, showmanship line up, heifer, steer and bull line up went as smooth as ever. I believe not one young person missed a class all week long. If so, my goal was reached! 5. The band, Nashville Crush, did a bang up job entertaining all the people at the tail gate party. I thought they were a top notched country band, and you possibly might hear them in concert in Grand Island, NE. 6. There was a family who has been showing Herefords for 38 years, and I think have been to almost every Hereford Junior National. The family won their first class ever at a Hereford Junior National Show. That moment was a pleasure to witness, and seeing their smiles as the boy exited the ring, and moved to the picture backdrop. If you and your family have never been to a Hereford Junior National, I want to encourage you to put that on your “To DO List”. Next year it will be in Grand Island, NE, July 1 – 7, 2018. Save the Date! MAKE YOUR CATTLE BETTER TODAY BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO MARKET THEM TOMORROW! John Meents American Hereford Association, Field Staff jmeents@hereford.org Cell: 419-306-7480 4 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

A note from the President............ Hello Hereford Enthusiast: President’s letter; It seems this spring and summer have gone by very quickly. The show season for our Juniors began at Wooster, followed by Switzerland of Ohio., Premier Show, the Junior National in Louisville and finally the Ohio State Fair. A great set of Herefords was seen at each and even better a great set of Buckeye Juniors involved. Louisville was the scene of many OBJHA members along with families supporting these youngsters. A big ‘shout out’ goes to all in attendance and a great thank you to Sarah Helsinger for coordinating the meals serving to all families and to Dale Decker for super Breakfasts every day and to Jay Reed for being the chef along to all the families who provided lunch and or dinner each day. If you have a chance please mark your calendar to attend the 2018’s Junior national in Nebraska the first of July.. you will be in for a very memorable time. Also don’t forget to visit the Hereford barn at FSR and the Futurity/Field day at Old Washington. Marsha Farno President Buckeye Hereford Association

In Loving Remembrance

Kimberly Ann Katich 1988-2017 Of Alliance, Ohio passed away unexpectedly on May 23, 2017 at the age of 28. She was born September 23, 1988 in Canton and was a graduate of Marlington High School Class of 2007. Kim graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in Animal Science in 2011. She was a member of 4-H and President of the Marlington Chapter of FFA where she also served as past Treasurer. Kim was a member of the Buckeye Hereford Association, Ohio Cattleman’s Association and served as Buckeye Hereford Queen from 2009-2010. She was employed at Case Farms as a Breeder Flock Supervisor and was a Special for the Stark County Mounted Unit. Kim is survived by her father, Donald; brother, Christopher; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She is preceded in death by her mother, Kathie (Sturm) Katich.


The Buckeye Hereford Association & The Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association have teamed up Saturday September 30th - Field Day hosted by Green Valley Farm at the farm in Pleasant City Sunday October 1st - Ohio Hereford Futurity at the Guernsey Co. Fairgrounds in Old Washington Save these dates and plan to join us! Rick VanFleet and his family are hosting the Buckeye Hereford Association Field Day on September 30, 2017 at the farm in Pleasant City. There will be educational speakers, a small judging contest, food, and fun for the whole family. You need not be a Hereford Breeder to attend. Anyone who raises or is interested in beef cattle is welcome to attend. If you are showing cattle at the Ohio Hereford Futurity the next day you can drop them off at the fairgrounds Saturday morning and then make the short trip over to the farm for the field day. We have a few responsible volunteers that will stay at the fair barns and “babysit� your cattle while you enjoy the field day. Rick will be expecting you about 1PM. Please plan to join us for an afternoon of fun, food & fellowship! Then grab a hotel in nearby Cambridge. We have a Buckeye Hereford block reserved at a great rate! Then join us the next morning at the Ohio Hereford Futurity in Old Washington, just 10 miles from the hotel to the fairgrounds. Brenda Merry and the Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association always feed us well and the show will start at 1PM. As details and speakers are finalized we will post them on the www.BuckeyeHerefords.com webpage as well as on the facebook page. Feel free to give us a call should you have any questions. Field Day - Rick VanFleet (740) 541-8729 cell (740) 732-4783 home Ohio Hereford Futurity - Lisa Keets (440) 320-6193 see page 12 for show entry form - entries due September 5th see page 13 for directions and hotel information TRENDS 5


Selling 82 Lots (fall and spring calving cows, bred heifers, open heifers, herd sire prospects)

At Walker Polled Hereford Farm n Morrison, Tenn. 11 AM (Central Time) Watch for videos of our sale offering at CattleInMotion.com.

5208 546C

427B

727E

7204 707E

6235 Watch the sale and bid live online.

Catalogs available upon request. Visit WalkerPolledHerefordFarm.com for more photos of sale offering.

Polled Hereford Farm

P.O. Box 146 n Morrison, TN 37357 Eric, Rhonda and Casey n Cody, Trisha and Hayden Eric’s Cell (931) 607-6356 n (931) 635-2181 wphf@blomand.net n WalkerPolledHerefordFarm.com


Ohio Buckeye Juniors in the News

Ohio was well represented well at the National Junior Hereford Expo in Louisville, Kentucky recently. In the contests on the weekend, Kelsey Decker shined in the photography contest, receiving first place honors in the Enhanced category. She also placed third in the Hereford Cattle and the People categories. We had a couple of young juniors participate in the pee wee speech contest. Emma Lewis and Augustin Burwell showed their speaking talents at a young age! You could see Mason Weber practicing his Individual Sales all week. His hard work paid off as he earned second place. The Judging Contest was held Monday and Ohio is proud to have the high individuals in the Pee Wee and Senior Divisions! Madelynn Baney was first place pee wee and Keayla Harr was first place senior. Ohio also boasted TWO nominations for the coveted Herdsman Award. Both Keayla Harr and Emily Beanblossom were nominated and represented our state well throughout the week and their careers. Outstanding Ohio Pictured is Emily Beanblossom & Keayla Harr, Junior member was nominations for Herdsman of the Year. Dylan Evoniuk. Retiring junior members were Kyndall Williams and Emily Beanblossom.

Emily Beanblossom exhibited the Champion Bred & Owned Cow/Calf pair and went on to win the overall National Champion Cow/Calf Award with HH Pearls Uno 576A, a February 2015 female sired by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y ET with her January bull calf sired by RST Times A Wastin 0124. Congratulations to all the participants at the National Junior Hereford Expo. Friendships and memories were evident through the week. Thank you to all that pitched into help for the week, including all the brought food or helped with our display. Thank you to Dale Decker and Jay Reed who mastered breakfast and the grill. A special thank you goes out to our “show mom� Sarah Helsinger for organizing all the meals for the week and helping us keep functions on track!

Pictured: Emma Lewis, pee wee speech participant; Keayla Harr, Senior division high individual judging contest; Dylan Evoniuk, outstanding Ohio Junior member; Kelsey Decker, photo contest winner; Madelynn Baney, Pee wee division high individual judging contest. Unavailable for photo: Mason Weber, second place individual sales.

OBJHA News Flash - new officers elected at the Ohio State Fair Meeting as follows: President: Abbygail Pitstick, Vice President: Caroline Vonderhaar, Treasurer: Grant Helsinger, Secretary: Mckenna Baney Reporter: Kelsey Decker. TRENDS 11


2017 OBJHA Premier Show July 1-2nd, Lebanon, Ohio Judged by Noah , East Liverpool, Ohio

SHF Dominette Enuff by Del Hawk Kahuna Grand Champion Heifer Maddox Cup, Lancaster, OH

HH Dos 712 by RST Times A Wastin 0124 Grand Champion Bull Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, OH

HH Pearl’s Uno 576A by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y ET with January bull calf by RST Times A Wastin 0124 Grand Champion Cow Calf Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, OH 8 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

HH Debbies Layla 525A ET by CRR ABout Time 743 Reserve Champion Heifer & Grand Champion B&O Heifer Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, OH

OCC Karmelo A468 by OCC Equalizer A319 Reserve Champion Bull Dylan Evoniuk, Dayton, OH

RR 1135 22Z Cassie 69C by RR 22X Zeke 766 22Z with February heifer calf by NS Extra ET 045 Reserve Champion Cow Calf Andrew & Ashleigh Osbourne, Blanchester, OH


Genetic Designs XIII Friday, Sept. 15, 2017

She sells!

5:30 PM at the Farm, Newburgh, ON Selling 70 Lots Bulls • Show Prospects • Bred Heifers • Pairs He sells!

RVP 10Y Dividend 33D BW 4.1 WW 63 YW 107 M 35 MG 66

RVP 100W Ember 21E featuring the get and service of BW 0.8 WW 52 YW 89 M 30 MG 56 Boyd Masterpiece 0200 MSU TCF Revolution 4R She sells! Remitall Online 122L NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET and TDP Crossover 400P.

Elwyn, Donald & Pauline Embury 240 Embury Rd., RR 1 • Newburgh, ON K0K 2S0

RVP 70A Designer Gal 103D BW 3.5 WW 52 YW 94 M 21 MG 47

Main Office (613) 378-6632 Fax: (613) 378-1646 Donald Embury cell (613) 328-9065 Cattle Office: (613) 378-2701 Res: (613) 378-2224 Dale Stith Auctioneer (918) 760-1550 rivervalleyherefords@kos.net • www.rivervalleyherefords.com View our sale live on the Internet at LIVEAUCTIONS.TV Catalogs available on request.

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2017EOHA Jr. Show June 11, Wooster, Ohio Judged by Jared Wynn

GCS McCoys Deana 1D ET by H Excel 8051 1ET Grand Champion Heifer Kyle Piscione, Waynesville, OH

Creek 301A 100W Uproar 604D by NJW 73SM326 Trust 100W Champion Bred & Owned Bull Madelynn Baney, Navarre, OH

JLCS 4R Duranna 9438 C38ET by MSU Revolution 4R with January bull calf by TH 133U 719T Upgrade 69X Grand ChampionCow Calf Pair Keayla Harr, Jeromesville, OH 1 0 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

AA JTen 320 Carlynn 669 by CRR 109 Catapult 320 Reserve Champion Heifer McKalynne Helmke, New Philadelphia, OH

OCC Karmelo A468 by OCC Equalizer A319 Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Bull Dylan Evoniuk, Dayton, OH

Creek 039X 10Y Viola 502C by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y with February bull calf by NJW 98S Durango 44U Reserve ChampionCow Calf Pair McKenna Baney, Navarre, OH


SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 2017 Noon — Harrisville, W.Va. Selling:

15 Cow-Calf PairS • 20 oPen HeiferS • 30 Bred HeiferS • 5 BullS

auCtioneer: JoHn SPiker 304-677-0255 agoffandsons@yahoo.com

TH 108U 14Z Playmaker 78D Service sire

PWF RHF 25L Wrangler 9001W Progeny selling

Boyd Worldwide 9050 ET Service sire

THM Avatar 2108 ET Service sire and progeny selling

gueSt ConSignorS Westfall Polled Herefords Five Star Polled Herefords Grandview Polled Herefords

Cottle Brothers/Litton Livestock McDonald Polled Herefords

Eric and Jamie Goff 304-643-2196 or 304-483-6100 709 Hazelgreen Rd., Harrisville, WV 26362

Haught Brothers Knotts Polled Herefords Pineridge Hereford Farm

Follow us on Facebook: A. Goff & Sons

Oldest Continuous Polled Hereford Herd in America


2017 Ohio Hereford Futurity October 1st

Held at the Guernsey County Fairgrounds, Old Washington, Ohio Cattle may arrive any time after 1 PM Saturday September 30th Show Sunday October 1st at 1 PM Judge: Scott Brown, Quaker City, Ohio Lunch will be provided Classes: 1. Cows with calves at side. Cows not to exceed 6 years of age & calves not to exceed 270 days. 2. Champion & Reserve Cow-Calf Pair 3. Heifers calved after March 1, 2017 4. Heifers calved between January 1 and February 28, 2017 5. Champion & Reserve Junior Heifer Calf 6. Heifers calved between November 1 and December 31, 2016 7. Heifers calved between August 1 and October 31, 2016 8. Champion & Reserve Fall Heifer Calf 9. Heifers calved between June 16 and July 31, 2016 10. Heifers calved between May 1 and June 15, 2016 11. Champion & Reserve Intermediate Heifer 12. Heifers calved between March 1 and April 30, 2016 13. Champion & Reserve Spring Yearling Heifer 14. Heifers calved between January 1 and February 28, 2016 15. Champion & Reserve Junior Yearling Heifer 16. Heifers calved between August 1 and December 31, 2015 17. Champion & Reserve Senior Yearling Heifer 18. Grand & Reserve Champion Heifer 19. Ohio Beef Expo Class - class limited to cattle purchased in 2017 Buckeye Spring sale - winner recieves a $200 credit for 2018 sale

20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.

Buckeye Hereford Prospect Steer Class Bulls calved after March 1, 2017 Bulls calved between January 1 and February 28, 2017 Champion & Reserve Junior Bull Calf Bulls calved between November 1 and December 31, 2016 Bulls calved between August 1 and October 31, 2016 Champion & Reserve Fall Bull Calf Bulls calved between June 16 and July 31, 2016 Bulls calved between May 1 and June 15, 2016 Champion & Reserve Intermediate Bull Bulls calved between March 1 and April 30, 2016 Bulls calved between January 1 and February 28, 2016 Champion & Reserve Yearling Bull Bulls calved between August 1 and December 31, 2015 Two Year Old Bulls, January 1 thru July 31, 2015 Champion & Reserve Senior Champion Bull Grand & Reserve Champion Bull Junior Get of Sire (3 head) - both sexes Senior Get of Sire (4 head) – both sexes Best Six Head (owned by exhibitor)

Premier Exhibitor & Premier Breeder

The BHA reserves the option to add or alter class breaks as needed according to entries. All exhibitors must be Ohio Residents. All Exhibitors must be Buckeye Hereford Association Members. All cattle must be Ohio Bred and Ohio Owned. All cattle must be registered Hereford cattle. Please bring your own bedding - all cattle must be stalled in the barn.

2017 OHIO HEREFORD Futurity Show Entry Form Farm Name__________________________________________________________Phone (_____)___________________________ Address____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Entry Deadline: September 5, 2017. Entry fee per class: $20.00. Make checks payable to Buckeye Hereford Association. Late Entries: will be charged $30.00 each.

AHA Reg. #

Name

Sire

Breeder

Send entries to: BHA Secretary Lisa Keets, 10708 Main Road, Berlin Hts., OH 44814 1 2 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

Birth Date Sex

Entry fee


Ohio Hereford Field Day & Futurity Field Day September 30th Futurity October 1st Plan to join us for this Hereford Weekend! This weekend is being held as a joint venture between the Buckeye Hereford Association and the Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association. Ohio Hereford Futurity cattle may move into the fairgrounds on Saturday or may arrive Sunday morning. The Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association has graciously again offered to host a lunch on Sunday prior to the show. Show starts Sunday at 1 PM

Hotel Directions: Hotel is located a1/4 mile off of I70 just west of I77. It is only a 10 minute drive to the fairgrounds Fairfield Inn Cambridge 1-740-435-8700 8700 Dozer Road Cambridge, OH 43725 Ask for the “Buckeye Hereford” block rate of $79 for King or 2 Queens. Rate available thru Sept 15th. SOPHA News

It was another packed house at the Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Association’s 40th Annual Sale, held May 12th at Old Washington. Prior to the start of the auction, the association awarded two $1,000 scholarships to John Gilson and Mary Baker, both of the Wooster area. The Lot 1 heifer, Grassy Run Rachael 6118, then entered the ring. She was donated in support of the scholarship by Grassy Run Farms of Winfield, WV in memory of Jim Turner, and brought $2,500 from the Billman family of Harmony Hill Herefords of Newcomerstown. This is the second straight year the Billmans have bought the donation female. Topping the female sale at $5,000 was lot 2 consigned by Earl and Cynthia Arnholt of Oakridge Polled Herefords at Valley City. Goble Miss Deluxe 405C , a two year old daughter of GCC JPF Exciter A222 sold with a March heifer calf by UPS Sensation 2504 ET to Perkins Pastures of Alledonia.

Field Day Directions:

Green Valley Farm 18081 Halleys Ridge Road Pleasant City, OH 43772

From intersection of I70 & I77: - I77 South for 7 miles to Exit 37 - Turn right (west) onto SR 313 - .1 mile turn left onto CR 52 (Pleasant Road) - Travel 1 mile to stop sign at Pleasant City - Turn right onto Main - 1/4 mile to next stop sign - Turn left onto SR 146 - Travel exactly 6 Miles to Halley Ridge Road - Turn left onto Halley Ridge - 1st Farm on the right

Futurity Directions:

Guernsey County Fairgrounds 335 Old National Rd. Old Washington, OH 43768

From I70: - Take Old Washington exit off of I70 - Follow SR 258 into Old Washington - Turn right onto SR 40 - Travel East to fairgrounds

The high selling bull was consigned by Ostgaard Cattle Co. of Dayton, an honor they have claimed before. Lot 44 , OCC Takeover A410 is an October 2015 bull sired by OCC Beowulf 67 and fetched $2,950 from J.L.Dugan and Sons of Walhonding. Bulls averaged $1,982 and females averaged $2,098 for an overall average of $2,072. Volume buyer was Marshall Acres of Clarington with 6 lots. Cattle sold into Ohio, Pennsylvannia and West Virginia.

SOPHA Jr Show Results

Champion Heifer - Jeb Painter Reserve Champion Heifer - J.D. Painter Champion Steer - Angela Distl Reserve Steer - Lindie Helsinger Champion Bull - Dylan Evaniouk Reserve Bull - Madalynne Baney Champion Cow Calf - Emma Lewis Champion Bred & Owned Heifer - Keayla Harr Reserve Bred & Owned Heifer - Lindie Helsinger

-submitted by Rick VanFleet, SOPHA Secretary TRENDS 13


2017 Ohio State Fair Open Show July 29th, Columbus, Ohio Judged by Patrick Gunn, Greenfield, IN

Showtime Maggie 613ET by H Excel 8051 ET Grand Champion Heifer Hadley Hendrickson, Mooreland, IN

WCC Saltom Sea C304-ET by MCR Bluestem 977 Grand Champion Bull Flatter Herefords, Yellow Springs, OH & Wilson Cattle Co. , Cloverdale, IN

Other Open Show Results: Grand Champion Cow Calf in the Open & Jr Show RR 1135 22Z Cassie 69C by RR 22X Zeke 766 22Z with February heifer calf by NS Extra ET 045 Andrew & Ashleigh Osborn, Blanchester, OH

Reserve Champion Cow Calf JLCS X53 Freda 969W A27 by Beckleys Ontime 969 with January heifer calf by SSF 321L S109 Advance H250 J&L Cattle Services, Jeromesville, OH Premier Breeder Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Graysville, OH Premier Exhibitor Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Graysville, OH 14 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N

Purple LJR Greena 27 by AH JDH Cracker Jack Reserve Champion Heifer Morgan Love, Baltimore, OH

UHF 10Y Homeboy U26 by NJW 73S W18 Hometown 10Y Reserve Champion Bull Ralph E. Ullman & Son, Graysville, OH

Jr. Show Results: Grand Champion Heifer JSC Precious TIme 70D by Full Throttle Maddox Cupp, Lancaster, OH Reserve Champion Heifer SF OBD 2214 Diamond by CHAC Mason 2214 Frani Levan, Woodstock, OH Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer HFJ Ellie Page 401D by Purple Chachi 65Z ET Jacob Wiechart, Ft. Jennings, OH Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Creek 118 109 Fancy 706E by CRR 719T Catapult 109 McKenna Baney, Navarre, OH


Oakridge POlled HerefOrds Plan on attending the J&L and Guests Sale Saturday, October 28th @ noon.

We are consigning a two-year-old daughter of Hometown 10Y and her January heifer calf by UPS Sensation 2504. This is a very nice pair and worthy of everyone’s consideration. In addition, we are offering several pairs and bred heifers. All of us are consigning some of our best, so do not miss this great opportunity.

Earl & Cynthia Arnholt

330-483-3909

Buckeye

oakridge@zoominternet.net

Hereford Association

Name_____________________________________________________Phone______________________________ Address___________________________________________________City___________________Zip__________ Farm Name__________________________Phone________________________E-mail______________________ Manager________________________________________________No. of Cows___________________________ Sires_________________________________________________________________________________________ Bloodlines____________________________________________________________________________________ Directions to farm______________________________________________________________________________ Send $30 to: Lisa Keets , secretary 10708 Main Road Berlin Heights, OH 44814 TRENDS 15


Saturday, September 9, 2017 Noon Selling 72 Lots at the Farm Winfield, WV

"Mature Cowherd Dispersal"

Lot 65A Grassy Run Victoria 7018 - 1/20/2017 BW 2.1 WW 42 YW 65 M 22 MG 43

Catalogs on request

Lot 4A Grassy Run Queen Ten 7034- 1/28/2017 BW 3.2 WW 56 YW 79 M 32 MG 60

Lot 11

Lot 17

Grassy Run Terri 1A - 8/25/2013 BW 3.3 WW 43 YW 68 M 21 MG 42

Grassy Run Ona Beth 102A - 8/28/2013 BW 3.0 WW 48 YW 84 M 25 MG 49

Lot 6

Lot 27

Grassy Run Rachael 4096 ET - 3/3/2014 Grassy Run Queen Ten 2006 6DLF,HYF,IEF}- 1/15/2012 BW 2.3 WW 56 YW 88 M 26 MG 55 BW 4.5 WW 69 YW 104 M 35 MG 70 For more information contact: 5683 Rocky Step Rd. Dale Stith Winfield, WV 25213 Aaron Glascock Manager 304-312-7060 (918) 760-1550 Gary Kale, Owner Derik Billman Herdsman 330-432-3267 dalestith@yahoo.com 16 B U C K E Y E H E R E F O R D A S S O C I AT I O N


Ohio Hereford Women Attention Ohio Hereford Women! The summer is gearing down. Many of you have been busy with our outstanding juniors with your presence, cheers, and support. We are working with the Ohio Hereford Board to plan some projects for the 75th Celebration of The Ohio Hereford Association. This will start with The Field Day and Futurity Show on September 30 and October 1. Please pass any of your ideas on to me. We will have a year long celebration . I am counting on your help and ideas. Don’t forget to get your farm cards, and gadgets like ink pens, pencils, emery boards, key rings, etc advertising your Herefords to me to be handed out at this year’s Farm Science review. Don’t hesitate and miss this opportunity for publicity. Our queen Abbygail Pitstick has been doing a terrific job representing The Ohio Hereford Association. She will be in the National Hereford Queen Contest this Fall in Kansas City, Missouri. We need you all to get your membership dues paid as soon as possible. $30.00 a year will get your membership paid for The Ohio Women and The

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National Hereford Women. This money helps us with regular yearly projects as well as new projects that come along. Some of those projects are Ohio State Fair awards for all Juniors that show a Hereford Heifer in Breeding Showmanship, Showmanship awards for The Jr. Premiere Show (when needed), to run and help sponsor The Ohio Hereford Queen, hospitality on sale day at The Ohio Beef Expo., and other things that come up (like 75th Anniversary Celebrations)!!! We love new members and value our old ones. Please send $30.00 to Janet Earl , treasurer of The Ohio Hereford Women at 7552 Lisbon Road, Lisbon, Ohio 44432. I am excited to see you at our Fall Hereford Events! Sandy Ostgaard, OHW President

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Combined Excellence HEREFORD SALE

New Location: Warren County Fairgrounds • Lebanon, OH

November 5, 2017 • 12 Noon

NS 4R Rachel 221

Progeny from this proven cow family sells!

WLB Winchester Powerball 27A His powerful progreny sell!

BREEDERS CONTRIBUTING GENETICS:

NS Polled Herefords Rippling Rock Hereford Farm Helsinger Polled Herefords Ostgaard Cattle Co. Odiam Polled Herefords Breilmaier Farms Bry-Re Acres

NS Zephyr 219

Super show heifer prospects by this great herd sire sell!

Limited mailing so please contact Gene Steiner today to recieve a catalog or view catalog online at Herfnet.com

Sale Managed by: Gene Steiner Management Co. Inc. 2265 S. St. Rt. 741 • Lebanon, OH 45036 Cell 513-616-4086 • gsteiner61@gmail.com www.auctionzip.com #6379


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THANK YOU to all of the buyers at the 40th annual SOPHA Spring sale

Special Thanks to The Billman Family of Harmony Hill Herefords for purchasing the SOPHA Scholarship Fund Donation Heifer for each of the past two years. Your support of our scholarship program is greatly appreciated! 2016

2017

UHF MISS CRACKER JACK U24C ET

GRASSY RUN RACHEL 6118

Donated by: Ralph E. Ullman & Son Polled Herefords | Graysville, Ohio

Donated by: Grassy Run Farms LLC | Winfield, WV

Calved: March 22, 2015

Calved: March 6, 2016

Find out how to make a tax-deductible donation or download the application at: www.switzerlandpolledherefords.com/scholar_SOPHA.html


Sep 2 Sep 4

Hereford Happenings!

ohioherefordlady@yahoo.com

Grassy Run Farms - Mature Cowherd Dispersal Sale Winfield, WV

Sep 15

Genetic Designs XIII Sale at River Valley Polled Herefords Newburgh, Ontario

Sep 26

“Legends of the Cove” DeanaJak Farms Sale New Enterprise, PA

Sep 28

Mohican West & Guests Production Sale Laurel, MT

Sep 30

Buckeye Hereford Field Day at Green Valley Farm Sarahsville, OH Ohio Hereford Futurity Guernsey Co. Fairgrounds, Old Washington, OH

Oct 6 Buckeye Keystone International Hereford Show, 2010 Hereford Association Board of Directors Harrisburg, PA

Oct 8

Definitely Different Sale hosted by Ridgeview Farm Alto, MI

Oct 14

Celebrate Maryland Sale at Thomas & Sons Farm Boonsboro, MD

Oct 21

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

Oct 28

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

Nov 4

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

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Terms expire January 2019

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

Brian Banks Camden, OH (513) 200-4248

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

Liz Core Rushsylvania, OH (614) 571-1989

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

Bill Dunn Cochranton, PA (814) 724-9343

Scott Pennell Navarre, OH (330) 703-4339

Keith Ullman Graysville, OH (740)934-9321

Jeff Harr Jeromesville, OH (419) 282-3011

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September 26, 2017

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Farm address: 337 Guyer Corner Rd. New Enterprise, PA 16664 (814)766-2893

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