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Pacific Showcase Magazine

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Congratulations to our CCCA

Northern Exposure

Winners...

Grand Champion, shown by AARON KERLEE. Bred by James Bright/Leo Brothers

Reserve Champion, shown by DEVINANNE SHERWOOD. Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 3rd Place: Brooke DeAlba - Bred by Brocco Show Cattle

• 7th Place: Caitlin Maita - Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 4th Place: Emily Brossard - Bred by Colburn Cattle Co.

• 8th Place: Alina Amaral - Bred by Brocco Show Cattle

• 5th Place: Rex Rosemand - Bred by Star Cattle

• 9th Place: Emily Piland - Bred by Rodgers Livestock

• 6th Place: Brandon Machado - Bred by M&M Livestock

• 10th Place: Kate Brossard - Bred by M& M Livestock

Please be sure to join today! Send in this membership/renewal form to: CCCA 855 Thousand Hills Road, Pismo Beach, CA 93449 805-595-1416 Membership/renewal fee: $500

It's not too late to join for 2011!

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Division Champions • Champion AOC: Aaron Kerlee Bred by James Bright/Leo Bros. • Champion Black: Devinanne Sherwood Bred by Rodgers Livestock • Champion English: Emily Brossard Bred by Colburn Cattle Co.

UPCOMING SHOWS: • Sierra Winter Classic, Porterville — January 2011 • Red Wave Classic, Fresno — February 2011 • Cal Poly's Western Bonanza, Paso Robles ‚ February 2011 • Cattlemen's Jackpot, Plymouth — March 2011 • California State Fair, Sacramento — July 2011

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www.californiaclubcalves.com THANK YOU TO OUR MEMBERS! James Bright/Leo Bros. • Rodgers Livestock Brocco Show Cattle • Colburn Cattle Co. Star Cattle Co. • M&M Livestock Teixeira Cattle Co. • Eleven Bar Ranch Heidi Beljean • Fair Cattle Co.


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Don't miss the show that rings in the holidays!

* It's 2 Days * It's 2 Judges * It's 2 sets of CJLA Points

December 11th & 12th, 2010

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Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield, California (Sponsored by 15th DAA)

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FEATURES: Basic Vaccination of Sheep and Goats.........................................14-15, 34 Getting a Bigger Piece of the Pie — Direct Marking Beef and Beef Products............................................20-21 Fair Time Highlights............................................................................. 31, 46 Livestock Producers Fear GIPSA Rule's Vagueness and Unintended Consequences............................................ 34 FFA Members — "Learning To Do"............................................................ 44

DEPARTMENTS: CJLA Membership Form............................................................................. 17 "Sittin' Round the Showbox" ..................................................................... 24 CJLA News & Points.........................................................................26-27, 30 CJLA Sanctioned Show List....................................................................... 30 Pacific Showcase Quiz Time...................................................................... 30 Have You Been Reading?............................................................................ 30 Show Results........................................................ 33, 35, 39-40, 49-50, 52-53 Advertisers Rate Sheet................................................................................ 41 Subscription Form ...................................................................................... 45 Breeders Directory...........................................................................56, 58-60 Products and Services................................................................................. 60 Upcoming Events.......................................................................................... 62 Pacific Showcase Quiz Time Answers...................................................... 68 Have You Been Reading? – Answers......................................................... 68 Advertisers Index......................................................................................... 68

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Fall is: shorter days, cooler temperatures, trees changing colors, leaves in piles on the ground, the urge to bake goodies and cook warm soups and stews, and preparing to SHOP!! “Shop”, you say? What does shopping have to do with this magazine? Well, I don’t mean shopping in stores, buying gifts, and preparing for the upcoming holidays. I mean SHOPPING for your new project animals!! Fall has always been my favorite time of year because of the anticipation it brings of searching for that next perfect animal – reading ads, making phone calls, traveling to ranches, attending sales, looking through pens and pastures, studying and comparing, and finally choosing the “right one.”

P.O. Box 41430 • San Jose, CA 95160 (408) 776-7611 • Fax (408) 776-9811 Publisher & Managing Editor: Heidi Beljean — (408) 888-2503 Email: pacshow@earthlink.net

As you read this editorial, there will be some who have already gone through the shopping process and have those projects in their pens at home. Others of you are still waiting to make your selections. Take advantage of the information that is out there – contact breeders and study sale catalogs, or go on-line and look at websites. Gather as much information as you can and you will find someone who has the animal you need.

Production Manager & Art Director: William Crump — (662) 257-1998 Email: pacificshowcase@gmail.com

Something else to think about when making a selection, is what you intend to do with your animal long term. Are you going to show at jackpots as much as possible, or is it your goal to have an animal that will be competitive at your county fair? It can be difficult to have one animal that will do well in both circumstances, so many times exhibitors will have animals they jackpot and then have animals they are preparing for that major market show at their fair. Having two sets of animals may not be a financially feasible option, but with good selection and good management, you can have the best of both worlds with the one you do choose. Remember that it is fun, educational, and rewarding, to do well at jackpots, but your income or return on your investment, comes at your county fair. Therefore, your main selection criteria should be about how that animal will turn out at the end.

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If you have studied and done your research before making a purchase, you will have decided what is important to you in that selection. Don’t get discouraged when that selection goes through growth spurts or “ugly stages,” and you are wondering what in the heck you ever saw in that animal to begin with! If you have selected for correct structure and type, then what you saw as a baby, will be there at the end as a finished mature animal. And I cannot stress enough how important it is to have that correct structure. A minor problem as a baby will only get worse as time goes on, and more often than not, with all else being equal or close, structure will determine 1st place or 2nd place.

Pacific Showcase limits its liability resulting from any and all errors, misprints and/or other inaccuracies in the advertisements and editorial content. The opinions or views expressed in all editorials are those only of the writer or persons interviewed and not the Pacific Showcase. Reproductions or other use of this magazine in whole or part of the contents without written permission of the editor is prohibited.

I also want to remind you not to forget about the breeder of your animal, or the person you purchased it from. They all spend a considerable amount of time raising animals for your selection and have a vested interest in how they turn out for you. Keep in contact with them throughout the time you have your project, give them progress reports and ask for advice, and send a picture and a thank you at the end. Appreciation and consideration go a long way, and next time you are in the market for a prospect, those breeders will look forward to helping you again. How awesome is that!

Pacific Showcase welcomes readers contributions. Articles of interest, show results, sale results, and calendar dates are welcome and will be printed on space available. To have articles or pictures returned, include a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Send all submissions to address above. Pacific Showcase is published bimonthly. It is mailed first class and third class bulk mail at Morgan Hill, California. Postmaster: send address changes to Pacific Showcase, P.O. Box 41430, San Jose, CA 95160.

Jackpots and CJLA go together, so this brings me to my next editorial thought! The annual award banquet is only a few months away and it is amazing to me to realize that 2010 is our 11th year anniversary! It is still my greatest pleasure to be able to recognize and reward all CJLA members for their hard work and achievements. Of course, we rely so much on the generosity and support of those who donate and sponsor the many awards we give out. Without them, it would not be possible to do as much for so many. I know that everyone is budgeting and I am asking that you put the CJLA on that list of those who you will continue to support. If you are interested in donating to the CJLA, or would like to know more about the organization, please call me anytime at 408-888-2503. To join the CJLA for the upcoming year (2011), there are membership forms in this magazine, at the shows in the Sullivan Supply Trailer (a huge CJLA sponsor!), or you can contact us directly and we will get a form to you by mail, email, or fax.

Subscriptions: (Bulk mail - one year - $25; two years - $45.) (First class - one year - $35; two years $65.) For processing of new subscriptions - please allow 4 to 6 weeks. For address corrections, send current mailing label along with new address to Pacific Showcase.

Time to Plan Ahead!

Okay, back to Fall, and SHOPPING! Yes, the stores are full of decorations – Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years… and presents, gift ideas, and special food items too. So go ahead, step inside and shop for awhile, have fun, and then celebrate with your family! Reflect on all you have to be thankful for, enjoy the excitement of new projects, make plans for the new Jackpot season, and don’t worry, somehow, it will all get done!

The December/January Issue is our

Jackpot Issue

Well, I have a few more pumpkins, scarecrows, and fall wreaths to put out, so I am going to step away from my desk for a little while and go outside and enjoy this beautiful Fall day. As always, please continue to send in Hot Shots, news events, upcoming activities, show results, sales information, etc. so we can get them listed in the magazine. If you move, let us know your new address right away so you don’t miss a single issue. And if there is anything I can help you with, or you have questions about, feel free to call or shoot me an email. I would love to hear from you!

Give us a call!

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Happy Fall – Happy Shopping!

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We’ve built the Foundation! Now here’s your chance to purchase some of the Top Genetics in our Herd!

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Sunday, November 28th, 2010 Bids Close at 7 p.m. Pictures will be up on our website soon —

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Chowchilla, CA Amanda Schnoor: 559-223-1891 Mike Deniz: 559-363-1957 Schnoor Home: 559-665-1991

Feel free to stop by anytime! economy as the attendance numbers reached the two highest weekday attendance records in Fair history with both Tuesdays (56,505 and 73,363 respectively), and the highest recent totals for a second Wednesday and closing Saturday in the last five years. Total attendance reached 741,189 which is a ten percent increase over last year.

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Governor Schwarzenegger made a special visit to the State Fair on opening day this year with an extended tour of “The Farm,” the Jungle and Reptile Experience, the Counties Exhibits and “Days of the Dinosaur.”

“Your Passport to Adventure” Wraps up at California State Fair

In addition, the State Fair drew large crowds for big name acts like Fab Four, Eddie Money, Rick Springfield, Martina McBride, Village People, Foghat and “Weird Al” Yankovic. There were a plethora of specials and promotions that helped the Fair achieve a successful season. The promotions and discounts proved to be the most popular thing about the State Fair this year. With the multitude of advance gate discounts and reduced food prices we felt that we offered a great bargain and a niche price program for many visitors.

The California State Fair wrapped up its 157th year on Sunday, August 1, in traditional State Fair style – with the nightly fireworks finale, corn dogs and plenty of BIG FUN! Throughout its 19-day run, Fairgoers were encouraged to enjoy “An Adventure Waiting Inside” and take part in the affordable family fun.  Despite the difficult economy, the State Fair managed to break some important records and milestones during its season. Before the 2010 California State Fair even started, advance online ticket sales soared to record levels thanks in part to the many discounts and package deals being offered.  This year, more than one million dollars in online purchases were made- a 16% increase over the past year making it the highest ever! For the first time in 100 years, the Fair moved away from its traditional schedule which typically lasts through the Labor Day weekend, to an earlier start date in July.  By doing so, families didn’t have to worry about children being back in school, and instead, could enjoy the new dates and new adventures offered by the Fair.  On Tuesday, July 27, 73,363 people visited the Fair during Kids’ Day: a record number of guests for a weekday.  “We’re thrilled with this year’s attendance,” said Norb Bartosik, CEO and General Manager of the California Exposition & State Fair. “With the transition to a new schedule, we didn’t know what to expect. But the numbers show that Californians came out in droves to support the Fair and for that we say thanks!” Fair officials saw a glimmer of change in a down

The 2011 California State Fair is now tentatively scheduled to run for 19 days from Wednesday, July 13 to Sunday, July 31.

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63rd Annual

Arizona National Livestock Show December 28, 2010 - January 1, 2011

If you weren't at the 3rd Annual...

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A big THANK-YOU to all those who attended and bought the calves. “Learnin’ the Ropes” Featured Artist Kim Trickey

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Start Your Show Year at the 22nd Annual...

Sierra Winter Classic

Junior Steer & Heifer Show January 14th­—16th, 2011

Sanctioned

Sanctioned

We've Moved!

Porterville Fairgrounds — Porterville, California The Porterville Fairgrounds have a new home — 2700 W. Tea Pot Dome Ave., Porterville, CA 93257

For more information: Sierra Winter Classic – Diane Ennis: (559) 784-2802 • Porterville Fair: (559) 781-6582 Email: livestock@portervillefair.com

Check us out on the web: www.portervillefair.com

February 27th, 2011 Sanctioned Event

For more information, call the Porterville Fair at

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Did you know that this Fall, Junior Livestock PRO wants you to try it for FREE? N E W ! Junior Livestock PRO's Tack Trader is here! Tack Trader is now ready for your posts! Buy, sell and trade old tack and other items large and small in a place where people are actually looking for it! There is also a space for you to list services like hoof trimming or fitting, sell dogs or other pets, and much more. With room for pictures and maps and ways to share on Facebook and Twitter, this is the place to find or sell almost anything!

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Come join us at the CNPHA

November 20-21, 2010 November 20: 10:00 a.m.: Cattle on Display

Hereford Classic Sale

12 Noon: 58 Lots Selling... 30+ Stout Steers, including a dozen Black Baldies

Selling Flashy Show Heifers and Red Hot Show Steers!

Amador Co. Fairgrounds • Plymouth, CA

November 21, 10:00 a.m.:

Junior Jackpot Show

Sale Cattle which meet age requirements are eligible to compete in class.

Heifer Bonus Bucks!

... for the highest placing sale heifer shown in the Jackpot. Highest gets $500.00 • 2nd Highest gets $300.00 • 3rd Highest gets $200.00

For more information, call Karen Perrin at (916) 663-1142 or Tom Weimer at (530) 254-6802

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Basic Vaccination of Sheep and Goats By H.J. Hamlen, DVM, MS, DACVPM

ian will consider your herd or flock status (closed, open, frequent addition, trips to exhibitions), the disease prevalence in the area, and management. Vaccines are not a replacement for hygiene and management! Importantly, do not vaccinate a sick animal unless specifically told to do so by your veterinarian.

What is a vaccine? The term vaccine comes from the Latin word vacca (cow) because cowpox virus was the first organism used to protect people from the related, and deadly, smallpox virus. The vaccine has since been used to eradicate small pox from the planet! However, there are many diseases of people and animals that are still a threat and vaccines serve an important role in preventing or minimizing their affects.

Sheep and Goat Core Vaccines: CD-T - Yearly booster vaccination protects against the bacteria (and its toxin) Clostridium perfringens that causes bloody scours in young goats and lambs (Type C) and overeating disease in grain-fed lambs and goats (Type D). It also protects against Clostridium tetani, which causes tetanus, or “lock jaw”. Animals receiving high levels of concentrate may require booster vaccination several times a year.

Vaccines basically mimic infections by disease causing viruses and bacteria and stimulate the body to produce a protective immune response. Vaccines may be made from weakened, killed, or live microorganisms, or products produced by microorganisms such as toxins. The substance that is used to provoke an immune response is called an antigen. Antigens are usually combined with a substance, called an adjuvant, that enhances the immune response. Following vaccination, if the animal encounters the virus or bacteria under natural conditions they may be completely protected from developing the disease or develop a milder form. That’s the goal of vaccination – to prevent or minimize the disease.

Protocol: Follow manufacturer’s directions. Figure 1: Sheep generAfter the initial vaccination, repeat in 3-4 ally are given polyvalent weeks and then annually. One should vacClostridium vaccines. cinate pregnant ewes and does 2-4 weeks There are many excellent vaccines on the market, before lambing/kidding. Colostrum will and your veterinarian then provide passive immunity to lambs or extension agent will and kids protecting them for the first 50-60 recommend one. days of life. This protection is important to prevent disease caused by tetanus organisms that may enter the body through contamination of the umbilicus, during tail docking in lambs and disbudding in kids, as well as preventing tetanus after castration. First lambing ewes should be vaccinated two times in late pregnancy, 3 to 4 weeks apart, whereas, mature ewes only require one vaccine. Lambs and kids should be vaccinated at weaning and then again 3-4 weeks later, then annually. If the vaccination status of the dam is unknown, then kids and lambs should be vaccinated earlier (see summary chart).

Vaccines come in many forms: inactivated (killed), modified live (weakened or attenuated), live, and recombinant (genetically engineered vaccines containing pieces of the organism). Other forms include toxoids (inactivated toxic proteins produced by a microorganism) and anti-toxins (immune conferring antibodies directed at a toxin). Vaccines must be handled properly to assure that they will work. They are sensitive to sunlight, heat, and freezing. It is never advisable to mix vaccines together as the components may inactivate each other and cause reactions. Always follow manufacturer directions regarding dose, frequency, and route (under the skin or in the muscle) of administration. Make sure the vaccine is labeled for use in the species you are using it in – if it is not you need to consult a veterinarian about “off-label” use. To assure food safety, remember that all vaccines have meat and milk withdrawal times, and these are printed on the label.

Sheep and Goat Noncore Vaccines: Many of the vaccines on the market are polyvalent (i.e. contain antigens from multiple organisms). For the most part, they are effective against C. perfringens (types C and D) and C. tetani and some combination of other diseases. Other conditions may have monovalent vaccines (against one disease organism). Choice of vaccine(s) depends on the location of the herd or flock and specific health concerns. Listed below are several diseases of concern for goats and sheep. When choosing a vaccine(s), one should consider which, if any, of these are risks to a particular herd or flock. Your veterinarian is the best source of information regarding vaccination protocols.

Core vs Noncore vaccines A core vaccine is universally recommended for a certain species in a wide geographic area. Core vaccines are recommended because consequences of disease are severe, infection poses a substantial zoonotic potential (spread to people), disease prevalence is high, the organism is easily transmitted to others of its species, and or the vaccine is safe and efficacious. Noncore vaccinations are recommended for herds or flocks depending on their risk of contact with the disease-causing organism. Producers need to tailor their vaccine protocol to their facility and develop protocols for different production classes of animals.

Veterinary Guidance

Soremouth – Also called contagious ecthyma, soremouth is a viral skin disease of sheep and goats. It can also be spread to people. Vaccination is not recommended in

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Figure 2: When vaccinating goats, make sure the vaccine is labeled for that species.  If not, consult a veterinarian regarding “off-label” use.


M&M genetics made their mark for FFA and 4-H exhibitors this year! Reserve Grand Champion & FFA Champion Steer at Chowchilla. Shown by Cassie Bruecker.

If you missed your future calf project at the Bid-Offs or at the auction, M&M Livestock is open every day!

Reserve FFA Market Steer, San Joaquin County Fair. Shown by Colleen Sunbury.

We have calves priced to fit all budgets for your 4-H and FFA projects — calves that will fit May to August county fairs. Halter broke and ready to show. Come take a look! Call us anytime.

Martin, Stacey, Brittney and Brandon Machado 8171 N. Buhach • Winton, CA 95388

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M&M Livestock calves are CCCA eligible!

Tetanus (Clostridium tetani) antitoxin – Tetanus antitoxin is more commonly used than CD antitoxin, and will protect an animal before surgery or delivery if previous vaccination is unknown. It is commonly used in kids prior to disbudding and castration if dam vaccination is unknown. Dosage is 150-250 units for kids and 400-750 units for adult goats.

flocks free of disease because the vaccine contains live virus that may then act as a source of infection. If it is started because of disease presence, one initially vaccinates the Figure 3: Sheep and goats are susceptible entire herd, to tetanus, and vaccination against it is universally recommended. then new kids and unvaccinated new additions. Site for vaccination is inside the ear or under the tail. People handling the vaccine should be cautious, wear disposable gloves and dispose of contaminated vials and gloves carefully, as the vaccine can produce the disease in people.

Sheep Noncore Vaccines: Clostridium diseases – Although CD-T is universally recommended for all sheep, there are other Clostridium diseases of concern in sheep, and many times sheep are given polyvalent products that include C. novyi, C. sordelli, C. chavoei, and C. septicum in addition to CD-T.

Caseous lymphadenitis (CL) – The vaccine protects against a disease caused by the bacteria Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis that produces abscesses in lymph nodes, but it may not eliminate the disease. Abscesses may be reduced in number and severity.

Figure 4: Caseous lymphadentitis in sheep and goats is very difficult to eradicate from a premises once it is established.  Vaccines may aid in controlling the severity and number of abscesses, with management and hygiene playing key roles.

Campylobacter fetus (also called Vibrio) –The vaccine protects against the bacteria that causes abortion in sheep.

Rabies – Recommended in herds and flocks living in areas where rabies is seen in wildlife (skunks, raccoons, coyotes, and foxes, or those traveling to events where vaccination is required).

Goat Noncore Vaccines:

Chlamydia psittici– For use in breeding stock only, the vaccine protects against the bacteria that causes enzootic abortion in sheep.

CD (Clostridiun perfringens types C and D) antitoxin – The antitoxin may be used in cases of failure of passive transfer of immunity from dam to newborn.

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Congratulations to our 2010 winners! Here's a look at what they have accomplished this year! Congratulations to Makalya Spaman and Kyle Kerlee on their accomplishments at the 2010 Stanislaus County Fair! Pictured from left to right:

Makayla Spaman, Reserve Champion FFA Market Lamb, Supreme Champion & Grand Champion FFA Market Lamb. Kyle Kerlee, Reserve Champion 4-H Market Lamb, Reserve Supreme & Grand Champion 4-H Market Lamb!

Congratulations to our other winners from the Stanislaus County Fair!

If you are a winner on Showmaker or ShowRite Feeds, don't forget to submit your junior awards application for incentives and advertising opportunities!

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• Ron Luis 209-531-5936 • Brady Otto 530-521-9054


* You must be a member of the first show you attend to receive points for that show *

Jr. Memberships are accepted until March 31, 2011. To receive points you must be a member.

How do you join?

Fill out the form and exhibit at as many sanctioned shows that you want to. You can attend one or all the shows - It’s up to you!

Why should you join?

You’re attending jackpots throughout the year, so why not accumulate points too? Get recognition at the end of the year for all your work and effort to be your best!

What will you get out of it?

For more information, contact: Heidi Beljean 408-776-7611 Mary Ann Bush 831-623-4316

Our goal is to reward all kids that join with some form of compensation (by awards, scholarships, things for your future - personal & project, etc). At the end of the year, points will be tabulated and a banquet held for all that attend. It is our belief that all participants in this program are equally important - therefore, our goal is to include and reward every member for their involvement and efforts.

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Getting a Bigger Piece of the Pie – Direct Marketing Beef & Beef Products

By Carol Albrecht

Meat is only legal for resale if it is USDA harvested and processed. Hmm, where is your nearest USDA harvest plant? Better put that on the list of things to find out also.

Once you have decided to direct market your beef, it is time to do some research. You can start on the internet with websites like EatWild.com or the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. But don’t spend all your time online. Head out and talk to those who are marketing directly to consumers and having some success. A good place to start might be your local farmer’s market. If your community does not have a thriving market with a beef producer or two, then head to your nearest urban area that does. Type the name of the city and farmer’s market into your search engine and you should come up with the market website. A quick email to the market manager can tell you if there are beef producers in the market. Another idea is to contact the producers listed on the Eat Wild Website. Please don’t skip this step. You can read hundreds of books and articles but nothing substitutes for actually talking with someone who is successful and running your ideas by them. If you do attend a market and the producer is busy, ask when you might call or come and visit his ranch. Most will be glad to spend some time with you. Once you have formulated your business plan and budget, be sure and take it back to the producers you originally talked with and run it by them. I often get the calls after there is a problem and I would have been glad to have taken a look at their plan in advance.

When you have completed a good bit of research, you should then begin a business plan with a detailed budget. In our last article we spoke of niche marketing, so this would be a good time to figure out yours. So what sort of beef are you going to sell? Grain fed, hand raised, grass fed, Kobe? Lots of this is going to depend on the type of cattle you have or plan to have and the land you have to raise them on. If you raise market steers for show, then an easy way to start is to raise an extra one or two. This will give you an idea of whether you like direct marketing and will help you work out some of the kinks as you go along. You already know how to raise steers on grain so you need only learn the marketing part. We actually started our direct marketing operation with our son’s backup steer and now direct market our entire calf crop as grass fed beef at a premium. Start slowly and build up using cash you have earned in order to avoid debt. It is the easiest and safest way to move forward. This is probably a good time to talk about facilities and land as beef cattle do need those. All of the most profitable grass finished beef producers I know have one thing in common; they don’t own any land. Yep, you read that right. These people all lease their land. One guy I know leases his land and his cattle. He uses his profits to buy and restore rental homes. He owns his pickup and some electric fence. Really, when you think about it, this is a very enviable position. Think of the flexibility. Decide you want to stop producing beef and be a welder? You can walk away and do that. Want to raise more steers? Lease more grass. Want to raise less? Give up some leases. Need a different type of grass or don’t like the neighbors? You get the idea. Get some help from a person well versed in leases so that your leases are well done and have enough time for you or the other person to cancel so you don’t get caught in the middle of a production cycle.

While you are at the farmer’s market, do some research into what beef is going for direct to the consumer in your area. Just because XYZ ranch lists their steaks online for $22 a pound or sells them for that at the San Francisco Farmer’s Market does not mean you will get that price in your market. Every area is different. If you live in an area that is far away from consumers who are willing and interested in buying, then you may need to use different methods than someone who is twenty miles away from a medium sized city. (Keep reading, we will discuss long distance marketing in future articles.)

Another important thing to consider is your breed of cattle. Some breeds aren’t well suited to grass or take a very long time to finish. These breeds might be better suited to grain feeding or pasture with grain supplementation. You also might have to consider changing breeds or bringing in feeders. When you bring in feeders it is a good idea to make sure they fit your raising system. If you are advertising your beef as organic, then you must buy organic feeder cattle. If you are advertising that you do not use synthetic wormers and you purchase feeders that are loaded with worms, you are in trouble. If you are already raising show steers, you might talk with the rancher you buy your steers from and see if the non-show quality calves are available at market price.

In addition to internet research you might want to read a few good books on the subject. Joel Salatin’s Salad Bar Beef comes to mind as well as Alan Nation’s Direct Marketing of Meat and Milk Products. Speaking of Alan Nation, he has an excellent monthly newspaper that has the most current information on the direct marketing of meat products entitled The Stockman Grass Farmer. This is a great read and always entertaining. Attending a grazing academy or the Ranching for Profit School are also excellent investments. In as short as a day or as long as a week, a school can teach you the basics quite quickly. Another important area of research is in learning regulations and rules regarding how meat is sold. I have lost count of how many new producers have called me in a panic because they did their budget figures based on hanging weight and just figured out that that is not the amount of meat you get back… I also get lots of calls from people who had their meat harvested by the local on-farm butcher and just now found out it is not legal for resale. october/november 2010

In what form will your beef be sold? Most producers market beef in wholes, halves and/or by the cut. Because you are paid all at 20


once, and just after harvest for the whole or half you don’t have the cost of storing that beef and then selling it so you can usually charge less for wholes and halves. (Taking a deposit for a large purchase such as a whole or half is good business, check out producers websites and see how they have their whole and half beef sales structured.) For cuts of meat, you will need storage and transportation and will have lots of handling to do, so the price will be much higher. Other products to consider include Jerky, snack sticks, pet food, pet treats, leather goods, all ground beef and many others. We make an excellent return on our cull cows by having them ground and selling the grassfed ground beef. We find there is a large market for ground beef in natural food stores and direct to consumers. There really are so many possibilities and a bit of research and some long talks with successful producers will have you well on your way.

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"Sittin' Round the Showbox"

with Celeste Settrini

Who are you? Where did you come from? What are you doing here?

whole other world of folks out there that are interested in what WE, as livestock producers, have to say. It’s become quite simpleI share my journey and as we get to know each other through PS, you too will learn how to share your journey while hopefully taking away a tidbit of something to add to your story that can assist in perhaps making it a bit more flavorful. I have come to realize that is our duty as livestock producers to share these journeys, it is a disservice to our industry if we do not. My vision for this column is to open your eyes to a whole other world of information that you might not be in touch with. You see I have had the unique opportunity to meet some fantastic men and women throughout the United States and from them I have come to learn so much, so why not share it with someone. What better folks to share it with than the people I feel close to the most, my livestock family.

About a month ago, Heidi called and asked if I would be interested in doing a column for Pacific Showcasemy immediate thought? A dream comes true! For many of you who read PS, you may not know me but hopefully as we work towards creating this column you will come to enjoy what I have to say. I am interested in what you would like to read, special interest stories, legislation affecting livestock and property, features on great advocates within our industry, livestock ethics, you name it we can write about it while having fun and sharing my own experiences and educating you on how to do the same.

I encourage you to send me your ideas, comments and tips as we start this adventure. I am thrilled to be associated with PS and with the great team Heidi has in place. I am over the top excited for the opportunity and eager to share my thoughts with each and every one of you because you see as I mentioned earlier it is just like coming home. Farm and Ranch families are the best there is, I truly believe that there is no better. Through our journey, we will learn not only about issues and current topics along with some of my thoughts, hopefully I will be able to teach you to start the conversation on agriculture, empowering you to share your journey at every opportunity that comes available and become well educated on a full range of topics so that you can go out and celebrate our industry.

It all began back in the late 80’s, I was a student at Cal Poly and become instant friends with Miss Beljean. I showed cattle competitively for many years, was a national officer of the American Junior Hereford Association and was very involved in my local 4-H group. My love for cattle was evident as I showed for Cal Poly, was on the feeder calf enterprise and show projects and became a “show jock” for ranches throughout California. Upon graduation, I moved back to Salinas where I became a produce broker while continuing to work with my family on our commercial cow calf operation. However over the years, I missed the junior programs, livestock shows and most of all the people. So when Heidi asked me to be a feature writer for your magazine, it was very easy to say yes. It was kinda like coming home.

To get us started I think I would like to share the 15 components of the Pyramid of Success , created by John Wooden, someone whom I have come to admire, respect and learn from. Since there are 15 components each issue, we will take a component and expand about it and how it relates to you and your show projects. What are these 15 components?

In the past year, I have come to realize that it is so very important for me to “share my journey” with anyone interested in listening. Through numerous speaking engagements, magazine features, television and radio interviews I have experienced a

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CJLA News

One more item I would like to remind you about - our award program relies entirely on the generous donations of the many people and businesses that support the CJLA and its members, and your help is needed in order for us to meet our goals. We have e-mailed and mailed to you, a Sponsor Letter and Donation Form, for your use. Please make copies and spread the word about the CJLA and your participation in the association, and ask for donations from those who you think would be interested in supporting the award program. If you need more information from us, just let us know and we can contact them or provide you with more forms and information to pass along. As an added incentive, each year we give a SPECIAL PRIZE to the person who brings in the most sponsorships, so keep that in mind as you talk to people about the CJLA!!!

Happy Fall, CJLA Members!

As this issue goes to print, all of the 2010 sanctioned Lamb, Hog, and Goat shows have been completed. In this issue, you will find the updated points for all members in all the divisions thru the Surf n Turf Jackpot Show. (The last goat show, Oktoberfest Goat Show, is not recorded in this set of points.) If you have any questions at all, please give me a call and I will be happy to go over your points with you. If you have attended more than 8 shows, your top eight shows are included in the total listed here.

Contact: Mary Ann Bush (831) 623-4316 Heidi Beljean (408) 888-2503

We are busy planning for the annual award banquet scheduled for February 2011. All CJLA members have been sent e-mails containing several pages that need your attention. I hope you have all taken the time to open those e-mails and print out the files. It is extremely important that you read through all material sent to you and fill out and return any forms that ask for your input. Every year we give special awards to members in each specie. These awards are given based on your votes for those members whom you think deserve this special recognition. By the time you receive this magazine, you will also have received by mail, the same Information that was sent by e-mail. So, yes, you are getting bombarded with Information from us! This means that there is no excuse for you not to send In your votes - either by e-mail, fax, or mail. I am challenging the 2010 membership to establish a new record for

Steer Division English 1. Clark, Sarah........................ 267 2. Fien, Garrett........................ 258 3. Rutledge, Johanna............... 256 4. Johns, Brett......................... 228 5. Goss, Kallie.......................... 195 6. Castaneda, Clarissa............ 171 7. Thompson, Austin................ 143 8. Tarap, Tommy...................... 138 9. Holland, Alexander............. 125 10. Bogetti, Liesel.................... 118 11. Holland, Nicholas.............. 113 12. Wilke, Nathan.................... 100 13. Brossard, Emily................... 65 14. Bassett, Callie..................... 63 15. Gregory, Lindsey.................. 60 16. Shultz, Nick......................... 50 17. Hefner, Austin..................... 45 18. Patton, Samuel.................... 40 19. Benjamin, Melanie.............. 30 20. Rounds, Kim........................ 20

Black/Black Cross 1. Blanton, Zachary................. 453 2. Andres, Stewart................... 351 3. Emmert, Marcus.................. 325 4. Matteson, Michael............... 288 5. Schuler, Sarah..................... 268 6. Levisay, Savannah............... 238 7. Clark, Sarah........................ 220 8. Hefner, Nicole...................... 216 9. Mebane, Amy....................... 205 10. Tyler, Taylor....................... 205 11. Sherwood, Devinann......... 203 12. Wisecarver, Madeline........ 203 13. Holdener, Tatum................ 198 14. Brewen, Emily................... 196 15. Yerian, Nathan.................. 168 16. Beckwith, Jaime................ 165 17. Newton, J........................... 165 18. Denier, Brandon................ 163 19. Bayne, Nicole..................... 160 20. Brossard, Kate................... 155 21. Savage, Luke..................... 155 22. Kling, Dylan....................... 145 23. Rutledge, Johanna............. 135 24. Greer, Brandon.................. 120 25. Kelton, Jenna.................... 110 26. Brossard, Chad.................. 100 27. Hefner, Austin................... 100 28. Olson, Connor...................... 95 29. Roseman, Rex...................... 93 30. Bassett, Callie..................... 90 31. Cozzitorto, Colby................. 90 32. Grimsley, Austin.................. 85 33. Andrade, Madison............... 80 34. Hefner, Brittany.................. 80 35. Bogetti, Damon.................... 75 36. Mancino, Kellie.................... 75 37. Brossard, Emily................... 65

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38. Piland, Emily....................... 55 39. Simonis, Kevin..................... 55 40. Wolfe, Adam......................... 50 41. Banducci, Thomas............... 45 42. Castaneda, Clarissa............ 43 43. Nelson, Shane...................... 40 44. Thompson, Austin................ 40 45. Lusk, Allyson....................... 35 46. Long, Marilyn...................... 30 47. Caylor, Caytlyn.................... 25 48. Dill, Leighton....................... 25 49. Goss, Kallie.......................... 20 50. Stegall, Melissa................... 20 51. Debusk, Wyatt..................... 15 52. Patton, Samuel.................... 15 53. Rounds, Kim........................ 15 54. Nelson, Nichole.................... 10 55. Torres, Kristyn..................... 10 56. Vellecamp, Hannah............... 5

All Other Color 1. Benjamin, Melanie.............. 329 2. Banducci, Thomas............... 303 3. Crum, John.......................... 301 4. Sherwood, Devinann........... 279 5. Lusk, Allyson....................... 206 6. Levisay, Calvin.................... 198 7. Mcglothern, Pookie.............. 196 8. Kerlee, Arron....................... 195 9. Timm, Nicole........................ 168 10. Miranda, Marc................... 168 11. Beckwith, Jaime................ 150 12. Brown, Lauryn.................. 138 13. Lane, Nicholas................... 125 14. Brossard, Cole................... 115 15. Andrade, Madison............. 111 16. Zumstein, Taylor............... 110 17. Patton, Sarah..................... 105 18. Johns, Brett......................... 95 19. Blanton, Zachary................. 90 20. Mcphee-Bayha, Royce......... 90 21. Machado, Brandon.............. 80 22. Nelson, Shane...................... 80 23. Hefner, Brittany.................. 35 24. Wolfe, Adam......................... 30 25. Gregory, Tayler.................... 30 26. Debusk, Wyatt..................... 20 27. Denier, Brandon.................. 20 28. Debusk, Ryan...................... 15 29. Fincher, Jacob...................... 15

Steer Overall Points

1. Blanton, Zachary................. 488 2. Clark, Sarah........................ 487 3. Sherwood, Devinann........... 482 4. Rutledge, Johanna............... 391 5. Benjamin, Melanie.............. 359 6. Andres, Stewart................... 351 7. Emmert, Marcus.................. 325 8. Banducci, Thomas............... 323 9. Beckwith, Jamie.................. 315 10. Crum, John........................ 301

POINTS FROM THE FOLLOWING SHOWS INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE: Sierra Winter Classic Pork Spectacular Red Wave Classic Western Bonanza A & B MJC Showmaster Classic Orange Blossom Klassic Cattlemen's Jackpot Great Western Monterey Bay Classic Grand National Pacific Coast Jackpot of Gold A & B Valley Classic Goat Show A & B Bar Ale/Sunglo “Circle of Champions� - Chico A & B Siskiyou Golden Jackpot Show Calif. Jr. Angus Field Day Calif. Jr. Charolais Field Day Southwest Regional Hereford Show Golden Empire Open Jr. Show Surf n Turf Jackpot Show

Johns, Brett............................. 293 Matteson, Michael................... 288 Schuler, Sarah......................... 268 Fien, Garrett............................ 258 Lusk, Allyson........................... 241 Levisay, Savannah................... 238 Hefner, Nicole.......................... 216 Goss, Kallie.............................. 215 Castaneda, Clarissa................ 214 Mebane, Amy........................... 205 Tyler, Taylor............................. 205 Wisecarver, Madeline.............. 203 Holdener, Tatum...................... 198 Levisay, Calvin........................ 198 Brewen, Emily......................... 196 Mcglothern, Pookie.................. 196 Kerlee, Aaron........................... 195 Andrade, Madison................... 191 Denier, Brandon...................... 183 Thompson, Austin................... 183 Miranda, Marc......................... 168 Timm, Nicole........................... 168 Yerian, Nathan........................ 168 Newton, J................................. 165 Bayne, Nicole........................... 160 Brossard, Kate......................... 155 Savage, Luke........................... 155 Hefner, Austin......................... 145 Kling, Dylan............................ 145 Brown, Lauryn........................ 138 Tarap, Tommy.......................... 138 Bassett, Callie......................... 133 Brossard, Emily....................... 130 Holland, Alexander................. 125 Lane, Nicholas......................... 125 Greer, Brandon........................ 120 Nelson, Shane.......................... 120 Bogetti, Liesel.......................... 118 Brossard, Cole......................... 115 Hefner, Brittany...................... 115 Holland, Nicholas.................... 113 Kelton, Jenna.......................... 110 Zumstein, Taylor..................... 110 Patton, Sarah........................... 105 Brossard, Chad........................ 100 Wilke, Nathan......................... 100 Olson, Connor............................ 95 Roseman, Rex............................ 93 Cozzitorto, Colby....................... 90 Mcphee-Bayha, Royce............... 90 Grimsley, Austin........................ 85 Machado, Brandon.................... 80 Wolfe, Adam............................... 80 Bogetti, Damon.......................... 75 Mancino, Kellie.......................... 75 Gregory, Lindsey....................... 60 Patton, Samuel.......................... 55 Piland, Emily............................. 55 Simonis, Kevin.......................... 55 Shultz, Nick............................... 50 Debusk, Wyatt........................... 35 Rounds, Kim.............................. 35

Gregory, Tayler.......................... 30 Long, Marilyn............................ 30 Caylor, Caytlyn.......................... 25 Dill, Leighton............................. 25 Stegall, Melissa......................... 20 Debusk, Ryan............................ 15 Fincher, Jacob............................ 15 NElson, Nichole......................... 10 Torres, Kristyn.......................... 10 Vellecamp, Hannah..................... 5 Barney, Riley............................... 0 Cherny, Abby............................... 0 Hankins, Cody............................. 0 Mcglothern, James...................... 0 Mcglothern, Robert..................... 0 Meyers, Sierra............................. 0 Miles, Karley............................... 0 Perry, Bryce................................. 0 Perry, Taylor................................ 0 Perry, Wyatt................................. 0 Sherwood, Brandon..................... 0 Simonis, Brian............................. 0 Wilke, John.................................. 0 Wisecarver, Lee........................... 0

13. Valentine, Jenna.................. 40

Heifer Division

1. PeRry, Macy......................... 313 2. Brown, Lauryn.................... 246 3. Tower, Shannon..................... 75 4. Smith, Nicole......................... 70 5. Forster, Jenna........................ 45 6. Matteson, Michael................. 40

Angus 1. Perry, Macy.......................... 675 2. Wisecarver, Madeline.......... 425 3. Tower, Shannon................... 354 4. Gatz, Dawson....................... 349 5. Pozzi, Regina....................... 333 6. Pozzi, Steven........................ 315 7. Levisay, Savannah............... 314 8. Grimsley, Austin.................. 300 9. Silveira, Megan................... 278 10. Judge, Jessica.................... 208 11. Piland, Emily..................... 208 12. Newton, J........................... 170 13. Judge, Wyatt...................... 130 14. Leage, Alexis...................... 120 15. Silveira, Denni................... 115 16. Thompson, Austin.............. 115 17. Judge, Ashley....................... 90 18. Sardella, Grant.................... 75 19. Matteson, Michael............... 60 20. Turri, Andrew...................... 30 21. Osborn, Faith....................... 25

Hereford 1. Bianchi, Erica...................... 458 2. Kling, Dylan......................... 404 3. Bianchi, Hannah................. 375 4. Spears, Allyson.................... 345 5. Hartzell, Caitlyn.................. 328 6. Goss, Kallie.......................... 291 7. Castaneda, Clarissa............ 290 8. Bianchi, John....................... 218 9. Morrell, BaileY.................... 193 10. Valentine, Jacie.................... 85 11. Patton, Jennifer................... 80 12. Sozzi, Kelsey........................ 40

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Shorthorn 1. Sardella, Grant.................... 463 2. Judge, Ashley....................... 313 3. Wolfe, Adam......................... 268 4. Benjamin, Melanie.............. 173 5. Maggy, Breanne................... 150 6. Judge, Jessica........................ 83

Limousin 1. Pozzi, Steven........................ 256

Maine-Anjou 1. Andres, Stewart................... 318 2. Sumpter, Shannon............... 288 3. Miranda, Marc..................... 278 4. Emmert, Marcus.................. 238 5. Spears, Allyson.................... 214 6. Brewen, Emily..................... 160 7. Lusk, Allyson....................... 100 8. Savage, Luke......................... 83 9. Hefner, Nicole........................ 45

Charolais

All Other Breeds 1. Lusk, Allyson....................... 379 2. Goss, Kallie.......................... 293 3. Spears, Allyson.................... 243 4. Debusk, Ryan...................... 226 5. Holdener, Katy..................... 221 6. Blanton, Zachary................. 210 7. Maggy, Breanne................... 206 8. Hire, Taelor.......................... 180 9. Mcphee-Bayha, Royce......... 175 10. Hefner, Nicole.................... 170 11. Yerian, Nathan.................. 165 12. Machado, Brandon............ 160 13. Suttles, Sierra.................... 150 14. Denier, Brandon................ 145 15. Nelson, Shane.................... 145 16. Mancino, Kellie.................. 140 17. COzzitorto, Colby.............. 135 18. Wisecarver, Madeline........ 135 19. Meyers, Sierra................... 130 20. Newton, J........................... 130 21. Savage, Luke..................... 113 22. Benjamin, Melanie............ 110 23. Bassett, Callie..................... 85 24. Rotter, Becca........................ 85 25. Wilson, Elizabeth................. 85 26. Strohmaier, Kelsie............... 80 27. Forster, Jenna...................... 70 28. Kelton, Jenna...................... 58 29. Grimsley, Austin.................. 45 30. Bianchi, Erica...................... 43

31. Dill, Leighton....................... 40 32. Roseman, Rex...................... 40 33. Rounds, Kim........................ 40 34. Shultz, Nick......................... 40 35. Turri, Andrew...................... 35 36. Amaral, Alina...................... 30 37. Hartzell, Caitlyn.................. 30 38. Morrell, Bailey..................... 25 39. Torres, Kristyn..................... 15

Heifer Overall Points

1. Perry, Macy.......................... 627 2. Goss, Kallie.......................... 518 3. Sardella, Grant.................... 463 4. Lusk, Allyson....................... 424 5. Pozzi, Steven........................ 401 6. Bianchi, Erica...................... 378 7. Spears, Allyson.................... 363 8. Maggy, Breanne................... 356 9. Kling, Dylan......................... 349 10. Wisecarver, Madeline........ 334 Grimsley, Austin...................... 325 Judge, Ashley........................... 323 Andres, Stewart....................... 318 Judge, Jessica.......................... 291 Bianchi, Hannah..................... 290 Tower, Shannon....................... 289 Sumpter, Shannon................... 288 Benjamin, Melanie.................. 283 Miranda, Marc......................... 278 Wolfe, Adam............................. 268 Gatz, Dawson.......................... 261 Newton, J................................. 260 Pozzi, ReginA........................... 253 Hartzell, Caitlyn..................... 245 Emmert, Marcus..................... 238 Debusk, Ryan.......................... 226 Levisay, Savannah................... 226 Holdener, Katy........................ 221 Castaneda, Clarissa................ 215 Hefner, Nicole.......................... 215 Blanton, Zachary..................... 210 Savage, Luke........................... 196 Silveira, Megan....................... 195 Hire, Taelor.............................. 180 Mcphee-Bayha, Royce............. 175 Bianchi, John........................... 173 Brown, Lauryn........................ 166 Yerian, Nathan........................ 165 Brewen, Emily......................... 160 Machado, Brandon.................. 160 Suttles, Sierra......................... 150 Denier, Brandon...................... 145 Nelson, Shane.......................... 145 Mancino, Kellie........................ 140 Morrell, Bailey......................... 138 Cozzitorto, Colby..................... 135 Judge, Wyatt............................ 130 Meyers, SIerra......................... 130 Piland, Emily........................... 130 Leage, Alexis............................ 120 Silveira, Denni......................... 115


Bassett, Callie........................... 85 Forster, Jenna............................ 85 Rotter, Becca.............................. 85 Thompson, Austin..................... 85 Valentine, Jacie......................... 85 Wilson, Elizabeth...................... 85 Patton, Jennifer......................... 80 Strohmaier, Kelsie..................... 80 Smith, Nicole............................. 70 Turri, Andrew............................ 65 Kelton, Jenna............................ 58 Dill, Leighton............................. 40 Roseman, Rex............................ 40 Rounds, Kim.............................. 40 Shultz, Nick............................... 40 Sozzi, Kelsey.............................. 40 Valentine, Jenna........................ 40 Amaral, Alina............................ 30 Matteson, Michael..................... 30 Osborn, Faith............................. 25 Torres, Kristyn.......................... 15 Andrade, Madison....................... 0 Braught, Madyline...................... 0 Canizalez, Zachary...................... 0 Cherny, Abby............................... 0 Debusk, Wyatt............................. 0 Frost, Jessica............................... 0 Gregory, Tayler............................ 0 Hankins, Cody............................. 0 Hayes, Jade.................................. 0 Hefner, Brittany.......................... 0 Higgins, Morgan.......................... 0 Holdener, Tatum.......................... 0 Jenks, Bailey............................... 0 Jones, Megan............................... 0 Jones, William............................. 0 Levisay, Calvin............................ 0 Miles, Karley............................... 0 Sankey, Alyssa............................. 0 Simonis, Brian............................. 0 Simonis, Kevin............................ 0 Smith, Mycha.............................. 0 Williams, Austin.......................... 0

20. Smith, Nicole....................... 40 21. Pozzi, Regina....................... 35 22. Kelton, Jenna...................... 35 23. Bassett, Callie..................... 30 24. Mancino, Kellie.................... 30 25. Sardella, Grant.................... 25 26. Wisecarver, Madeline.......... 25 27. Lane, Nicholas..................... 20 28. Sherwood, Brandon............. 15 29. Wilke, Nathan...................... 10 30. Bayne, Nicole......................... 5 31. Bianchi, Hannah................... 5 32. Braught, Madyline................ 0 33. Brossard, Kate....................... 0 34. Cherny, Abby......................... 0 35. Denier, Brandon.................... 0 36. Gregory, Tayler...................... 0 37. Hayes, Jade............................ 0 38. Jenks, Bailey.......................... 0 39. Johns, Brett........................... 0 40. Mcglothern, James................ 0 41. Mcglothern, Pookie................ 0 42. Mcglothern, Robert................ 0 43. Miles, Karley......................... 0 44. Olson, Connor........................ 0 45. Perry, Bryce............................ 0 46. Smith, Mycha........................ 0 47. Suttles, Sierra........................ 0 48. Valentine, Jacie...................... 0 49. Williams, Austin.................... 0

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1. Andres, Stewart................... 305 2. Lusk, Allyson....................... 260 3. Kerlee, Aaron....................... 220 4. Hire, Taelor.......................... 150 5. Pozzi, Steven........................ 125 6. Brewen, Emily..................... 115 7. Andrade, Madison............... 100 8. Gatz, Dawson......................... 95 9. Hefner, Birttany.................... 90 10. Tarap, Tommy...................... 50 11. Brossard, Chad.................... 40 12. Grimsley, Austin.................. 35 13. Thompson, Austin................ 35 14. Silveira, Megan................... 30 15. Bianchi, John....................... 25 16. Brossard, Cole..................... 25 17. Debusk, Wyatt..................... 15 18. Dill, Leighton....................... 15 19. Holland, Nicholas................ 15 20. Mcphee-Bayha, Royce......... 15 21. Piland, Emily....................... 15 22. Holland, Alexander............. 10 23. Judge, Wyatt........................ 10 24. Barney, Riley......................... 0 25. Bogetti, Damon...................... 0 26. Greer, Brandon...................... 0 27. Hankins, Cody....................... 0 28. Hartzell, Caitlyn.................... 0 29. Higgins, Morgan.................... 0 30. Jones, Megan......................... 0 31. Jones, William....................... 0 32. Morrell, Bailey....................... 0 33. Osborn, Faith......................... 0 34. Patton, Samuel...................... 0 35. Perry, Taylor........................... 0 36. Roseman, Rex........................ 0 37. Sozzi, Kelsey.......................... 0 38. Turri, Andrew........................ 0 39. Perry, Wyatt........................... 0

1. Miranda, Marc..................... 215 2. Levisay, Savannah............... 160 3. Judge, Ashley....................... 155 4. Banducci, Thomas............... 140 5. Blanton, Zachary................. 130 6. Fien, Garrett........................ 115 7. Hefner, Nicole...................... 115 8. Crum, John.......................... 105 9. Rutledge, Johanna................. 95 10. Savage, Luke....................... 95 11. Benjamin, Melanie.............. 90 12. BIanchi, Erica...................... 75 13. Maggy, Breanne................... 65 14. Nelson, Shane...................... 45 15. Brown, Lauryn.................... 40 16. Cozzitorto, Colby................. 40 17. Sumpter, Shannon............... 40 18. Emmert, Marcus.................. 35 19. Rotter, Becca........................ 35 20. Beckwith, Jamie.................. 30 21. Matteson, Michael............... 30 22. Torres, Kristyn..................... 30 23. Bogetti, Liesel...................... 15 24. Meyers, Sierra..................... 15 25. Leage, Alexis........................ 10 26. Patton, Sarah....................... 10 27. Yerian, Nathan.................... 10 28. Sherwood, Devinann............. 5 29. Shultz, Nick........................... 5 30. Amaral, Alina........................ 0 31. Canizalez, Zachary................ 0 32. Castaneda, Clarissa.............. 0 33. Caylor, Caytlyn...................... 0 34. Fincher, Jacob........................ 0 35. Forster, Jenna........................ 0 36. Frost, Jessica......................... 0 37. Gregory, Lindsey.................... 0 38. Long, Marilyn........................ 0 39. Nelson, Nichole...................... 0 40. Patton, Jennifer..................... 0 41. Rounds, Kim.......................... 0 42. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0 43. Silveira, Denni....................... 0 44. Simonis, Brian....................... 0 45. Simonis, Kevin....................... 0 46. Stegall, Melissa..................... 0 47. Strohmaier, Kelsie................. 0 48. Timm, Nicole.......................... 0 49. Valentine, Jenna.................... 0 50. Vellecamp, Hannah............... 0 51. Wilke, John............................ 0 52. Wilson, Elizabeth................... 0 53. Wisecarver, Lee...................... 0 54. Zumstein, Taylor................... 0

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Hog Division

Beef Showmanship 9-12

1. Perry, Macy.......................... 225 2. Schuler, Sarah..................... 220 3. Clark, Sarah........................ 205 4. Judge, Jessica...................... 145 5. Goss, Kallie.......................... 135 6. Newton, J............................. 105 7. Wolfe, Adam........................... 95 8. Tower, Shannon..................... 90 9. Machado, Brandon................ 90 10. Debusk, Ryan...................... 80 11. Hefner, Austin..................... 75 12. Kling, Dylan......................... 75 13. Levisay, Calvin.................... 70 14. Mebane, Amy....................... 70 15. Holdener, Katy..................... 55 16. Holdener, Tatum.................. 55 17. Spears, Allyson.................... 50 18. Tyler, Taylor......................... 45 19. Brossard, Emily................... 40

9-12 1. Bowen, Chase...................... 575 2. Thomas, Amanda................. 480 3. KisEr, Madeline................... 423 4. Scarborough, Jenna............. 411 5. Thomas, Andrea................... 408 6. Nelson, Dane....................... 335 7. Johnson, Elijah.................... 313 8. Peters, Kiana....................... 305 9. Verdegaal, Clay.................... 180 10. Coonce, Adriana................. 175 11. Coonce, Cole....................... 155 12. Johnson, Nolan.................. 135 13. Nylander, Taeber............... 135 14. Gonzales-Salazar, Maddy.. 115 15. Stewart, Bailee.................. 115 16. Silva, Madison..................... 75 17. Whitaker, Whitney.............. 60

18. Bennett, Lily........................ 10 19. Brem, Tyson......................... 10 20. Dutra, Dusty........................ 10 21. Carter, Kaycee....................... 0 22. Debusk, Wyatt....................... 0 23. Huseby, Kyle.......................... 0 24. Rush, Justine......................... 0 25. Terry, Justin........................... 0 26. Torres, Daniel........................ 0

Tarbell, Jace.............................. 30 Mccain, Jordan.......................... 15 Bennett, Lily.............................. 10 Brem, Tyson............................... 10 Dutra, Dusty.............................. 10 Mattes, Robert........................... 10 Kelzer, Jocelyn............................. 5 Carter, Kaycee............................. 0 Debusk, Wyatt............................. 0 Huseby, Kyle................................ 0 Moses, Alyssa............................... 0 Rush, Justine............................... 0 Sheppard, Ian.............................. 0 Stegall, Melissa........................... 0 Terry, Justin................................ 0 Torres, Daniel.............................. 0

13-15 1. Cramer, Mariesa.................. 681 2. Mcintyre, Baylie.................. 606 3. Serna, Artie.......................... 595 4. Miller, Savannah................. 533 5. Lehfeldt, Travis................... 525 6. Zittel, Madison.................... 495 7. Johnson, Caleb.................... 485 8. Conant, Greg....................... 449 9. Anderson, Morgan............... 443 10. Huseby, Danielle................ 230 11. Taylor, Brent...................... 220 12. Simmons, Lane.................. 175 13. Alderson, Lauren............... 120 14. Debusk, Ryan.................... 115 15. Gibbs-England, Jada......... 115 16. Byrd, Larry.......................... 90 17. Giddings, Mariah................. 85 18. Auldridge, Allison................ 75 19. Dutra, Justine..................... 45 20. Bryson, Kane....................... 35 21. Tarbell, Jace......................... 30 22. MCcain, Jordan................... 15 23. Mattes, Robert..................... 10 24. Sheppard, Ian........................ 0

Hog Showmanship 9-12 1. Bowen, Chase...................... 285 2. Kiser, Madeline.................... 275 3. Verdegaal, Clay.................... 245 4. Nelson, Dane....................... 220 5. Thomas, Andrea................... 210 6. Dutra, Dusty........................ 145 7. Peters, Kiana....................... 130 8. Scarborough, Jenna............. 105 9. Johnson, Elijah...................... 70 10. Thomas, Amanda................. 65 11. Whitaker, Whitney.............. 55 12. Stewart, Bailee.................... 50 13. Silva, Madison..................... 25 14. Coonce, Adriana................... 20 15. Johnson, Nolan.................... 20 16. Brem, Tyson........................... 5 17. Nylander, Taeber................... 5 18. Bennett, Lily.......................... 0 19. Carter, Kaycee....................... 0 20. Coonce, Cole........................... 0 21. Debusk, Wyatt....................... 0 22. Gonzales-Salazar, Maddy...... 0 23. Huseby, Kyle.......................... 0 24. Rush, Justine......................... 0 25. Terry, Justin........................... 0 26. Torres, Daniel........................ 0

16-19 1. Bradshaw, Matt................... 656 2. Conant, Matthew................. 624 3. Vasquez, Claire.................... 536 4. Tasos, Lindsay..................... 523 5. Lopez, Sarah-Ann................ 438 6. Shively, Darrah.................... 366 7. Lasalle, Brittany................ 305 8. Brem, Kyle........................... 260 9. Auldridge, Codie.................. 240 10. Gordan, Camille................ 125 11. Sankey, Alyssa................... 120 12. Clark, Micah...................... 105 13. Hastin, Nick......................... 55 14. Bright, Melanie................... 50 15. Kelzer, Jocelyn....................... 5 16. Moses, Alyssa......................... 0 17. Stegall, Melissa..................... 0

13-15 1. Cramer, Mariesa.................. 315 2. Lehfeldt, Travis................... 285 3. Mcintyre, Baylie.................. 220 4. Serna, Artie.......................... 190 5. Johnson, Caleb.................... 135 6. Zittel, Madison.................... 130 7. Conant, Greg....................... 120 8. Anderson, Morgan................. 75 9. Taylor, Brent.......................... 65 10. Debusk, Ryan...................... 60 11. Miller, Savannah................. 45 12. Alderson, Lauren................. 40 13. Tarbell, Jace......................... 35 14. Dutra, Justine..................... 15 15. Huseby, Danielle.................... 5 16. Mccain, Jordan...................... 5 17. Auldridge, Allison.................. 0 18. Bryson, Kane......................... 0 19. Byrd, Larry............................ 0 20. Gibbs-England, Jada............. 0 21. Giddings, Mariah................... 0 22. Mattes, Robert....................... 0 23. Sheppard, Ian........................ 0 24. Simmons, Lane...................... 0.

Overall Hog

1. Cramer, Mariesa.................. 681 2. BradShaw, Matt................... 656 3. Conant, Matthew................. 624 4. Mcintyre, Baylie.................. 606 5. Serna, Artie.......................... 595 6. Bowen, Chase...................... 575 7. Vasquez, Claire.................... 536 8. Miller, Savannah................. 533 9. Lehfeldt, Travis................... 525 10. Tasos, Lindsay................... 523 Zittel, Madison........................ 495 Johnson, Caleb........................ 485 Thomas, Amanda..................... 480 Conant, Greg........................... 449 Anderson, Morgan................... 443 Lopez, Sarah-Ann.................... 438 Kiser, Madeline....................... 423 Scarborough, Jenna................. 411 Thomas, Andrea...................... 408 Shively, Darrah....................... 366 Nelson, Dane........................... 335 Johnson, Elijah........................ 313 Lasalle, Brittany.................... 305 Peters, Kiana........................... 305 Brem, Kyle............................... 260 AuldridgE, Codie..................... 240 Huseby, Danielle..................... 230 Taylor, Brent............................ 220 Verdegaal, Clay....................... 180 Coonce, Adriana...................... 175 Simmons, Lane........................ 175 Coonce, Cole............................. 155 Johnson, Nolan........................ 135 Nylander, Taeber..................... 135 Gordan, Camille...................... 125 Alderson, Lauren..................... 120 Sankey, Alyssa......................... 120 Debusk, Ryan.......................... 115 Gibbs-England, Jada............... 115 Gonzales-Salazar, Maddy....... 115 Stewart, Bailee........................ 115 Clark, Micah............................ 105 Byrd, Larry................................ 90 Giddings, Mariah...................... 85 Auldridge, Allison...................... 75 Silva, Madison........................... 75 Whitaker, Whitney.................... 60 Hastin, Nick.............................. 55 Bright, Melanie......................... 50 Dutra, Justine........................... 45 Bryson, Kane............................. 35

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1. Conant, Matthew................. 300 2. Tasos, Lindsay..................... 285 3. Vasquez, Claire.................... 190 4. Lasalle, Brittany................ 110 5. Shively, Darrah.................... 105 6. Bradshaw, Matt..................... 80 7. Lopez, Sarah-Ann.................. 50 8. Brem, Kyle............................. 35 9. Clark, Micah.......................... 35 10. Auldridge, Codie.................. 25 11. Bright, Melanie................... 15 12. Gordan, Camille.................... 0 13. Hastin, Nick........................... 0 14. Kelzer, Jocelyn....................... 0 15. Moses, Alyssa......................... 0 16. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0 17. Stegall, Melissa..................... 0

Sheep Division 9-12 1. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 682 2. Smith, Kristyn..................... 588 3. Mendez, Joshua................... 571 4. Kerlee, Aaron....................... 509 5. Galindo, Audrey................... 390 6. Mattes, Shyann................... 380 7. Klinger, Allysa..................... 370 8. Layne, Amber...................... 355 9. Snyder, Holland................... 320 10. MoseS, Justina.................. 120 11. Dutra, Dusty...................... 100 12. Gottlieb, Jacey..................... 30 13. Madden, Maggie.................. 25

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14. Pendleton, Marissa.............. 15 15. Whiteford, Alexis................. 15 16. Bayne, Sarah......................... 0 17. Bianchi, John......................... 0 18. Townsend, Michael................ 0

13-15 1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 696 2. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 611 3. Hanks, Amy......................... 583 4. Norman, Daphne................. 565 5. Teresi, Jessica...................... 515 6. Vieira, Lindsey..................... 453 7. Hoogendoorn, Emily............ 390 8. Alexander, Morgan.............. 340 9. Nelson, Tate......................... 335 10. Tackmier, Kate................... 280 11. Davis, Brooke..................... 245 12. Dutra, Justine................... 243 13. Eldridge, Bridgette............ 225 14. Truax, Timothy.................. 220 15. Lewis, Isaac....................... 215 16. Bowles, Kelsie.................... 140 17. Castello, Alexandra........... 115 18. Rosantsson, Mark................ 90 19. Love, Morgan....................... 70 20. Peltzer, Abby........................ 40 21. Ivey, Lauren......................... 35 22. Russell, Kortney.................. 20 23. Shelton, Codi....................... 20 24. Slocum, Kayla...................... 20 25. Mcneely, Isabella................. 15 26. Whiteford, Joseph................ 15 27. Bayne, Nicole......................... 0 28. Braught, Madyline................ 0 29. Mckinley, Kaily...................... 0 30. Miller, Jesse........................... 0 31. Pendleton, Gianna................. 0

16-19 1. Spaman, Makayla............... 640 2. Snyder, Skottlyn.................. 515 3. Lehar, Jacob......................... 503 4. Edelman, Brooke................. 463 5. Schwabauer, Brianne.......... 388 6. Strasser, Taylor.................... 340 7. Ryan, Joe.............................. 300 8. Robinson, Kathren.............. 240 9. Yantis, Lee........................... 210 10. Gambril, Cody.................... 190 11. Gordon, Camille................. 145 12. Strahan, Brittany.............. 110 13. Monahan, Erin.................. 100 14. Hagle, Samantha................. 95 15. Morrison, Caitlyn................ 90 16. Switzer, Hailey Rose............ 83 17. Gambril, Clayton................. 65 18. Miller, Robert....................... 60 19. Strand, Emilie..................... 60 20. Boggs, Marcee...................... 50 21. Lewin, Lacey........................ 40 22. Jost, Eric.............................. 35 23. Kautz, Shelbi....................... 35 24. Mckinley, Kelsey.................... 0

Overall Lamb

1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 696 2. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 682 3. Spaman, Makayla............... 640 4. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 611 5. Smith, Kristyn..................... 588 6. Hanks, Amy......................... 583 7. Mendez, Joshua................... 571 8. Norman, Daphne................. 565 9. Snyder, Skottlyn.................. 515 10. Teresi, Jessica.................... 515 Kerlee, Aaron........................... 509 Lehar, Jacob............................. 503 Edelman, Brooke..................... 463 Vieira, Lindsey........................ 453 Galindo, Audrey....................... 390 Hoogendoorn, Emily................ 390 Schwabauer, Brianne.............. 388 Mattes, Shyann....................... 380 Klinger, Allysa......................... 370 Layne, Amber.......................... 355 Alexander, Morgan.................. 340 Strasser, Taylor........................ 340 Nelson, Tate............................. 335 Snyder, Holland....................... 320 Ryan, Joe................................. 300 Tackmier, Kate........................ 280 Davis, BRooke.......................... 245 Dutra, Justine......................... 243 Robinson, Kathren.................. 240 Eldridge, Bridgette.................. 225 Truax, Timothy........................ 220 Lewis, Isaac............................. 215 Yantis, Lee............................... 210 Gambril, Cody......................... 190 Gordon, Camille...................... 145 Bowles, Kelsie.......................... 140 Moses, Justina......................... 120 Castello, Alexandra................. 115 Strahan, Brittany.................... 110 Dutra, Dusty............................ 100 Monahan, Erin........................ 100

Hagle, Samantha....................... 95 Morrison, Caitlyn...................... 90 Rosantsson, Mark...................... 90 Switzer, Hailey Rose................. 83 Love, Morgan............................. 70 Gambril, Clayton....................... 65 Miller, Robert............................. 60 Strand, Emilie........................... 60 Boggs, Marcee............................ 50 Lewin, Lacey.............................. 40 Peltzer, Abby.............................. 40 Ivey, Lauren............................... 35 Jost, Eric.................................... 35 Kautz, Shelbi............................. 35 Gottlieb, Jacey........................... 30 Madden, Maggie........................ 25 Russell, Kortney........................ 20 Shelton, Codi............................. 20 Slocum, Kayla............................ 20 Mcneely, Isabella....................... 15 Pendleton, Marissa.................... 15 Whiteford, Alexis....................... 15 Whiteford, Joseph..................... 15 Bayne, Nicole............................... 0 Bayne, Sarah............................... 0 Bianchi, John............................... 0 Braught, Madyline...................... 0 Mckinley, Kaily............................ 0 Mckinley, Kelsey.......................... 0 Miller, Jesse................................. 0 Pendleton, Gianna....................... 0 Townsend, Michael...................... 0

Sheep Showmanship 9-12 1. Pagliaro, Rio........................ 295 2. Smith, Kristyn..................... 290 3. Klinger, Allysa..................... 245 4. Mendez, Joshua................... 225 5. Kerlee, Aaron....................... 190 6. Mattes, Shyann................... 190 7. Galindo, Audrey................... 130 8. Moses, Justina....................... 80 9. Snyder, Holland..................... 75 10. Dutra, Dusty........................ 55 11. Layne, Amber...................... 30 12. Madden, Maggie.................. 10 13. Bayne, Sarah......................... 0 14. Bianchi, John......................... 0 15. Gottlieb, Jacey....................... 0 16. Pendleton, Marissa................ 0 17. Townsend, Michael................ 0 18. Whiteford, Alexis................... 0

13-15 1. Kerlee, Kyle......................... 310 2. Norman, Daphne................. 240 3. Hanks, Amy......................... 220 4. Nelson, Tate......................... 185 5. Teresi, Jessica...................... 165 6. Galindo, Cassidy.................. 140 7. Tackmier, Kate..................... 135 8. Vieira, Lindsey..................... 115 9. DuTra, Justine.................... 105 10. Lewis, Isaac......................... 85 11. Bowles, Kelsie...................... 65 12. Shelton, Codi....................... 65 13. Hoogendoorn, Emily............ 60 14. Truax, Timothy.................... 35 15. Ivey, Lauren......................... 30 16. Davis, Brooke....................... 25 17. Castello, Alexandra............. 15 18. Rosantsson, Mark................ 15 19. Eldridge, Bridgette.............. 10 20. Alexander, Morgan................ 5 21. Bayne, Nicole......................... 0 22. Braught, Madyline................ 0 23. Love, Morgan......................... 0 24. Mckinley, Kaily...................... 0 25. Mcneely, Isabella................... 0 26. Miller, Jesse........................... 0 27. Peltzer, Abby.......................... 0 28. Pendleton, Gianna................. 0 29. Russell, Kortney.................... 0 30. Slocum, Kayla........................ 0 31. Whiteford, Joseph.................. 0

16-19 1. Spaman, Makayla............... 305 2. Snyder, Skottlyn.................. 285 3. Lehar, Jacob......................... 240 4. Schwabauer, Brianne.......... 145 5. Edelman, Brooke................. 140 6. Strasser, Taylor.................... 140 7. Ryan, Joe.............................. 115 8. Switzer, Hailey Rose.............. 60 9. Yantis, Lee............................. 50 10. Monahan, Erin.................... 40 11. Boggs,, Marcee..................... 20 12. Gambril, Clayton................. 20 13. Lewin, Lacey........................ 20 14. Miller, Robert....................... 15 15. Morrison, Caitlyn................ 15 16. Gordon, Camille................... 10

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Continued from page 27 17. Strahan, Brittany.................. 5 18. Gambril, Cody........................ 0 19. Hagle, Samantha................... 0 20. Jost, Eric................................ 0 21. Kautz, Shelbi......................... 0 22. Mckinley, Kelsey.................... 0 23. Robinson, KathrEn................ 0 24. Strand, Emilie....................... 0

Goat Division 9-12 1. Johnson, Erin...................... 614 2. Cocagne, Baylee................... 596 3. Woods, Samantha................ 503 4. Brem, Tyson......................... 496 5. Moses, Justina..................... 280 6. Sardella, Clayton................. 265 7. Macdonald, Elise................. 253 8. Hudson, Brad....................... 195 9. Saco, Joslyne........................ 155 10. Andrade, Madison............. 155 11. Ratkovich, Nicholas........... 120 12. Ratkovich, Nathaniel........ 110 13. Galindo, Audrey................... 70 14. Watrous, Abigaile................ 55 15. Castello, Courtney............... 45 16. Smith, Jared........................ 20 17. Arroyo, Andraya.................... 0 18. Grimsley, Austin.................... 0 19. Harrover, Alan....................... 0 20. Thomas, Andrea..................... 0

13-15 1. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 657 2. Heaton, Jenna..................... 619 3. Shelton, Codi....................... 578 4. Norman, Daphne................. 564 5. Doolittle, Katherine............. 505 6. Hudson, Andy...................... 365 7. Macdonald, Patrick............. 362 8. Andrews, Anna.................... 298 9. Mccarty, Colleen.................. 210 10. Andrews, Amy.................... 185 11. Clark-Webb, Kristin.......... 165 12. Mattes, Robert..................... 60 13. Castello, Alexandra............. 40 14. Ivey, Lauren........................... 5

16-19 1. Kehn, Briana....................... 573 2. Ackley-Grady, Michael........ 486 3. Zimmerman, Steven............ 421 4. Byrne, Felicia....................... 353 5. Andrews, Justin................... 300 6. Adam, Caroline.................... 273 7. Brisi, Gunter........................ 150

8. Ryan, Joe................................ 95 9. Jimenez, Juan Cesar............. 90 10. Moses, Alyssa....................... 80 11. Forster, Shelby..................... 65 12. Strahan, Brittany................ 30 13. Robinson, Kathren.............. 15 14. Pombo, Damon....................... 0 15. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0

Overall Goat

1. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 657 2. Heaton, Jenna..................... 619 3. Johnson, Erin...................... 614 4. Cocagne, Baylee................... 596 5. Shelton, Codi....................... 578 6. Kehn, Briana....................... 573 7. Norman, Daphne................. 564 8. Doolittle, Katherine............. 505 9. Woods, Samantha................ 503 10. Brem, Tyson....................... 496 Ackley-Grady, Michael............ 486 Zimmerman, Steven................ 421 Hudson, Andy.......................... 365 Macdonald, Patrick................. 362 Byrne, Felicia........................... 353 Andrews, Justin...................... 300 Andrews, Anna........................ 298 Moses, Justina......................... 280 Adam, Caroline........................ 273 Sardella, Clayton..................... 265 Macdonald, Elise..................... 253 Mccarty, Colleen...................... 210 Hudson, Brad.......................... 195 Andrews, Amy......................... 185 Clark-Webb, Kristin................ 165 Andrade, Madison................... 155 Saco, Joslyne............................ 155 Brisi, Gunter............................ 150 Ratkovich, Nicholas................ 120 Ratkovich, Nathaniel.............. 110 Ryan, Joe................................... 95 Jimenez, Juan Cesar................. 90 Moses, Alyssa............................. 80 Galindo, Audrey......................... 70 Forster, Shelby........................... 65 Mattes, Robert........................... 60 Watrous, Abigaile...................... 55 Castello, Courtney..................... 45 Castello, Alexandra................... 40 Strahan, Brittany...................... 30 Smith, Jared.............................. 20 Robinson, Kathren.................... 15 Ivey, Lauren................................. 5 Arroyo, Andraya.......................... 0 Grimsley, Austin.......................... 0 Harrover, Alan............................. 0 Pombo, Damon............................. 0 Sankey, Alyssa............................. 0 Thomas, Andrea.......................... 0

Goat Showmanship

have you been

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9-12 1. Macdonald, Elise................. 295 2. Woods, Samantha................ 280 3. Johnson, Erin...................... 275 4. Cocagne, Baylee................... 250 5. Brem, Tyson......................... 160 6. Moses, Justina..................... 140 7. Sardella, Clayton................. 120 8. Saco, Joslyne........................ 100 9. Andrade, Madison................. 75 10. Hudson, Brad....................... 70 11. Ratkovich, Nicholas............. 45 12. Ratkovich, NathanIel.......... 30 13. Castello, Courtney............... 25 14. Galindo, Audrey................... 25 15. Arroyo, Andraya.................... 0 16. Grimsley, Austin.................... 0 17. Harrover, Alan....................... 0 18. Smith, Jared.......................... 0 19. Thomas, Andrea..................... 0 20. Watrous, Abigaile.................. 0

1. 2.

The first vaccine was directed against the following disease: A. chickenpox B. cowpox C. smallpox D. sheeppox E. all of the above Vaccines usually have two components: the __________ contains specific components of the disease causing organism, whereas the __________ stimulates the immune system.

3. Define toxoid. 4.

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1. Heaton, Jenna..................... 290 2. Norman, Daphne................. 280 3. Shelton, Codi....................... 275 4. Macdonald, Patrick............. 255 5. Bisnett, Hazen..................... 230 6. Andrews, Anna.................... 165 7. Hudson, Andy...................... 135 8. Doolittle, Katherine............... 70 9. Clark-Webb, Kristin.............. 60 10. Mccarty, Colleen.................. 35 11. Ivey, Lauren......................... 20 12. Castello, Alexandra............. 10 13. Mattes, Robert..................... 10 14. Andrews, Amy........................ 5

6. 7. 8.

16-19 1. Zimmerman, Steven............ 310 2. Kehn, Briana....................... 275 3. Ackley-Grady, Michael........ 195 4. Andrews, Justin................... 180 5. Byrne, Felicia....................... 140 6. Adam, Caroline.................... 115 7. Jimenez, Juan Cesar........... 100 8. Ryan, Joe.............................. 100 9. Moses, Alyssa......................... 90 10. Brisi, Gunter........................ 75 11. Strahan, Brittany................ 40 12. Forster, Shelby..................... 30 13. Pombo, Damon..................... 30 14. Robinson, Kathren................ 0 15. Sankey, Alyssa....................... 0

9.

In order to save money on syringes and needles it is advisable to combine vaccines before administering. A. True B. False It is considered an off-label use to give a vaccine labeled for one species to another. A. True B. False Vaccines have meat and milk withdrawal times, just like other drugs, and these are printed on the label. A. True B. False Which organisms are considered core vaccinations for both sheep and goats? A. Clostridium perfringens type C B. Clostridium perfringens type A C. Clostridium tetani D. All of the above E. Only A and B The vaccine for caseous lymphadenitis (CLA) is effective for eliminating the infection from your herd or flock. A. True B. False Goats are highly susceptible to tetanus, therefore, tetanus antitoxin may be used to protect unvaccinated animals. A. True B. False

10. Comparatively, sheep more often receive polyvalent (many) Clostridium organisms in their vaccines, whereas bivalent (2 Clostridium organisms) vaccines are more often used in goats. A. True B. False

Answers are on page 68.

2010 CJLA Sanctioned Show List

Pacific Showcase

Sierra Winter Classic.......................................................................... Steer, Heifer Pork Spectacular............................................................................................... Hog Red Wave Classic......................................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Western Bonanza - (2 Shows)...................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Mjc Showmaster Classic...................................................................... Lamb, Hog Orange Blossom Klassic............................................................. Lamb, Meat Goat Cattlemenís Jackpot........................................................................... Steer, Heifer

Night Visitors

Have you ever wondered what creatures might be wandering around your barn at night? Here are some hints.  See if you can guess what they are, but you’ll have to find out on your own.  No list of answers this time!  Good luck!

Great Western.............................................. Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Monterey Bay Classic.................................. Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Grand National............................................ Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Pacific Coast Jackpot - (2 Shows)................ Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Valley Classic Boer Goat Show - (2 Shows)...........................................Meat Goat Bar ALE/Sunglo Circle Of Champions - (2 Shows)...........Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Siskiyou Golden Jackpot Show........................................................... Steer, Heifer Calif. Jr. Angus State Field/Day & Preview Show........................................Heifer Calif. Jr. Charolais Assn. Field/Day & Show................................................Heifer

1)   Only known flying mammal. 2)   This amphibian might like to climb the wall. 3)   This amphibian is happy ambling along. 4)   Roadrunner is his nemisis. 5)   Only North American marsupial; may feign death when frightened. 6)   This masked animal’s five toed footprint resembles a child’s hand.

Southwest Regional Hereford Show.............................................................Heifer Golden Empire Open Jr Show..................... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Meat Goat Surf N Turf Jackpot Show...............................................Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog Calif. Jr. Limousin Show & Field/Day...........................................................Heifer Oktober Boerfest Goat Show..................................................................Meat Goat Spotlight On Quality Jr. Shorthorn Show....................................................Heifer Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show - (2 Shows)................................ Steer, Heifer Cnpha Hereford Classic Jr. Jackpot Show.................................................Heifer Angus Days.....................................................................................................Heifer

7)   These creatures may bark, howl, scream, yap or make a sound like a hiccup. 8)   An adult can squeeze into your tack room through the size of a quarter. 9)   These critters can produce litters six to ten times per year. 10)  Count the number of chirps per minute that this creatures sings; divide by 4; add 40 and you can tell the Fahernheit temperature.

Answers are on page 68.

Holiday Classic - (2 Shows)................................................................ Steer, Heifer

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For those exhibitors whose shows weren't featured in the Show Results throughout the year.

2010 Amanda Moore

Oakdale FFA

2010 Stanislaus County Fair

The Dorr Brothers Jacob Dorr Davey Dorr

Results: Champion Cow/ Calf Pair, Outstanding Beef Exhibitor, Outstanding Angus Exhibitor, and many 1st's and 2nd's with her Angus cattle.

Healdsburg FFA

Amanda also received her FFA American Degree in Indianapolis in October.

Healdsburg 4-H

Sonoma County Fair

Sonoma County Fair

Results: FFA Grand Champion Steer; FFA Reserve Champion Steer; FFA Beef Showmanship

Results: 4-H Grand Champion Steer; 1st in Class - Jr. 4-H Beef Showmanship; 4-H Grand Champion Market Lamb; Supreme Champion Steer AND Supreme Champion Lamb (first time a competitor has won both in the same year)

Nick Moore

Owen Macfarlane

Oakdale FFA 2010 Stanislaus County Fair

2010 Inter-Mountain Fair of Shasta County

Results: Reserve Supreme Champion Market Steer; FFA Champion Market Steer; 1st Place Advanced Beef Showmanship; 4th Place Round Robin

Results: FFA Champion Steer, Supreme Champion Steer

Mariesa Cramer

Willow Oak 4-H 2010 Yolo Co. 4-H Spring Show Results: Grand Champion Market Goat (pictured). Also won Supreme Meat Goat Breeding Doe, Res. Sup. Meat Goat Breeding Doe, Champion Sr. Meat Goat Showman, Grand Champion Market Hog, Res. Grand Champion Market Hog, Champion Sr. Hog Showman, and Champion Sr. Master Showman.

Justin Terry Azalea, OR Results: Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog at the 68th Mid-Columbia Livestock Show (Tygh Valley, OR). * Also had Grand Champion Steer at the Douglas Co. Fair (Roseburg, OR)

Taylor Zumstein Fallbrook FFA

Daphne Norman

2010 San Diego County Fair Results: FFA Champion Red & Non-Black Beef, FFA Reserve Champion Beef. (Thank you Bob May!)

Chowchilla-Madera County Fair Results: Supreme Champion Market Goat (pictured); Reserve Supreme Champion Market Lamb; Grand Champion Breeding Doe; Champion Commercial Gilt.

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June-July, 2010 • Pleasanton, CA

Supreme Champion Beef (4-H Champion) Shown by Danielle Jess

4-H Res. Champion Market Beef Shown by Allison Ricart

FFA Champion Market Beef Shown by Robert Boorujy

Reserve FFA Champion Market Beef Shown by Lauren Mason

Supreme Champion Hog (4-H Champion) Shown by Andrew Imhof

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog Shown by Garren Cook

FFA Champion Market Hog Shown by Malorie Bankhead

Reserve FFA Champion Market Hog Shown by Sean Gallagher

Grand Champion Market Lamb (FFA Champion)

4-H Champion Market Lamb Shown by Alexandra Castello

Shown by Cash Kuhn

Res. FFA Champion Market Lamb

Res. 4-H Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Kelsie Bowles

Shown by Samantha Stoneham

Grand Champion Market Goat (4-H Champion)

FFA Champion Market Goat Shown by Jessica Sweet

Shown by Kate Ricart

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Goat

FFA Res. Champion Market Goat Shown by Laura Waters

Shown by Alexandra Castello

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Livestock Producers Fear GIPSA Rule’s Vagueness and Unintended Consequences FORT COLLINS (Aug. 27, 2010) - Beef and pork producers rallied against USDA’s Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration’s (GIPSA) proposed federal rule on the buying and selling of livestock at a public meeting held in Fort Collins, Colo., Aug. 27. The meeting on competition in the livestock industry was hosted by USDA and Department of Justice.

ing more than 20 states attended the meeting to voice their opposition to the GIPSA rule, expressing the negative effect it could have on their operations. “As written, the GIPSA rule would limit my ability to sell hogs,” said NPPC President Sam Carney, a producer from Adair, Iowa. “It’s a solution in search of a problem. The markets work, and we don’t need the government trying to ‘fix’ it. The GIPSA rule is overly broad and very vague. It would inject uncertainty into the market, stifle innovation and lead to less not more competition in the livestock industry.”

Producers voiced concerns to USDA Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack about the unintended consequences of the proposed rule. Robbie LeValley, president of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association; a cattle producer; and a co-owner of Homestead Meats, a family owned company marketing beef locally, is worried that the proposed rule could have a negative impact on her family business.

To learn more about the GIPSA rule, and how you can submit comments and voice your opinion, please visit www.nppc.org

“Our innovation and our willingness to do direct marketing has basically now labeled us a packer and under the proposed rule, as I read it, now limits our marketing options – meaning not being able to sell to other packers,” she said. “While some say that is not the intent of the rule, the vagueness of the language makes it very possible.”

GIPSA’s Proposed Rule on Buying and Selling Livestock Is a Disaster for Farmers, Consumers and Rural America The rule is a breathtaking bureaucratic overreach that will ... • Limit farmers’ ability to sell animals. • Dictate the terms of contracts. • Make it harder to get farm financing. • Raise consumer prices and reduce choices. • Stifle innovation and eliminate rural jobs.

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) held a media briefing on Aug. 26 regarding the proposed rule. Pork and beef producers representContinued from page 15

Summary of Basic Vaccination Protocol for Sheep

Footrot – The vaccine does not prevent the disease but combined with facility hygiene and routine foot trimming and/or foot baths can reduce the occurrence of lameness. Vaccine should be administered every three to six months especially in preparation for the rainy season.

Pregnant Ewes

Brucella ovis – Used in breeding rams to protect against the bacteria that causes ram epididymitis. Summary of Basic Vaccination Protocol for Goats Pregnant Does

CD-T approximately 30 days before due date

Kids

If kid is from immunized dam – CD-T at 1-2 months of age, repeat 3-4 weeks later If kid is from non-immunized dam- CD-T at 1- 3 weeks of age and repeat in 3-4 weeks. May need tetanus anti-toxin at time of disbudding/castration

Bucks and Yearlings

Vaccinate with CD-T at same time as pregnant does

Lambs

Lambs from immunized dams should be given Clostridial vaccination (see above) at 1-2 months of age, with repeat vaccination 3-4 weeks later. Lambs from dams with unclear immunization status should be vaccinated for Clostridium species at 1-3 weeks of age, with repeat vaccination twice at 3-4 week intervals.

Rams and Yearlings

Vaccinate for Clostridium diseases at the same time as ewes.

Conclusion: This article discusses basic vaccine protocols for sheep and goats, consult your veterinarian if you are having specific disease issues to see if there are vaccines (on or off-label) or management changes that would help control the condition.

Figure 5: Soremouth is a viral disease.  Vaccination should only be given when the disease is present in a herd or flock as the vaccine contains a live, infective virus.   People may contract soremouth if animals and vaccine is not handled appropriately.

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Clostridium species (minimally CD-T but may include C. novyi, C. sordelli, C. chauvoei, and C. septicum or others as indicated) approximately 30 days before lambing.

In future issues we will discuss core and noncore vaccinations of beef cattle and swine. For a list of vaccines available for sheep and goats and meat/milk withdrawal times visit the Maryland Small Ruminant websitehttp://www.sheepandgoat.com/articles/vaccinestable.html. For general information on vaccinating sheep visit the University of Minnesota Extension website- http://www.extension.umn.edu/ distribution/livestocksystems/DI5749.html 34


June 19th, 2010 • Tracy, CA

Grand Champion Hereford Steer Shown by Clarissa Castaneda

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer Shown by Katelynn Bradford

Grand Champion Horned Bull Shown by Bailey Morrell

Reserve Champion Horned Bull Shown by Cody McDougald

Grand Champion Polled Bull Shown by Madison Dewer

Reserve Champion Polled Bull Shown by Erica Bianchi

Grand Champion Horned Cow-Calf Pair Shown by Graham Blagg

Reserve Champion Horned Cow-Calf Pair Shown by Katelynn Bradford

Grand Champion Polled Cow-Calf Pair Shown by Erica Bianchi

Reserve Champion Polled Cow-Calf Pair Shown by Erica Bianchi

Grand Champion Horned Heifer Shown by Kinsey McDougald

Reserve Champion Horned Heifer Shown by Graham Blagg

Grand Champion Polled Heifer Shown by Kinsey McDougald

Reserve Champion Polled Heifer Shown by Jamie Mickelson

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by Erica Bianchi

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by Cody McDougald

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California Pork Producers Association presents: California Pork Producers Association presents: California Pork Producers Association presents:

Western All Breeds Western All Breeds Western All Breeds Show & Sale Show & Sale Show & Sale December 10-11, 2010

December 10-11, 2010 Reno-Sparks Livestock Center Reno,NV NV Reno-Sparks Livestock Event Event Center * *Reno, December 10-11, 2010 Reno-Sparks Livestock Event Center * Reno, NV

Schedule of Events Schedule Events Saturday, December 11, 2010 Sunday, December 12, 2010 Sunday, December 12, 2010 Saturday, December 11, 2010 Schedule of Events 8:30am—Swine Show Begins  12noon—All animals must be 

Friday, December 10, 2010   Friday, December 10, 2010      

8:00am—Barns Open 

8:00am—Barns Open     Friday, December 10, 2010  

8:30am—Swine Show Begins  Saturday, December 11, 2010       Breeding  4:00pm—All animals in place        Breeding      Club Pigs  4:00pm—All animals in place     8:00am—Barns Open   8:30am—Swine Show Begins        Club Pigs      6:00pm—Exhibitor Social  Mkt Barrows  Breeding  4:00pm—All animals in place       Mkt Barrows  6:00pm—Exhibitor Social              Club Pigs       4:00pm—Swine Sale    6:00pm—Exhibitor Social                  Mkt Barrows  4:00pm—Swine Sale                     

GENERAL

12noon—All animals must be  Sunday, December 12, 2010     out of barns          out of barns  12noon—All animals must be      out of barns 

  4:00pm—Swine Sale  General Rules and Regulations Rules and Regulations R General ‐ S General Rules and Regulations ‐ S  

ULES

HOW

1. Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  GENERAL  RULES  HOW  2.  There will be no refunds on entry fees. 

GENERAL RULES ‐ SHOW  Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  3.  Bedding will not be provided, and NO shavings will be sold on site.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  1.  There will be no refunds on entry fees.  4.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  2.  There will be no refunds on entry fees.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  3.  CPPA reserves the right to refuse any entry.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  4.  A certificate of veterinary inspection and a health certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian must accompany  breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    breeding swine 6 months or older, and pigs weighing more than 180 pounds. Health documents must accompany  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  5.  each animal in transport. (Call (775) 688‐1180 for entry permits or for further information regarding the State of  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  6.  Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ Nevada’s requirement.)  Certificate must be issued within 30 days of show.    hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified.  5.  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  5.  Exhibitors must have a CDFA Premise ID number.  6.  All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ SALE All swine entries must be in the Livestock Pavilion by 4:00p.m. For every hour late, exhibitor will be charged $50/ ‐ GENERAL RULES  6.  1.  hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified.  CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  hour. If weather or unintended circumstances prevent exhibitor from arriving on time, staff must be notified. 

1. 2.  3.  4. 

have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  ALE  ‐ GENERAL  RULES  SALE S2.  ‐ G ENERAL  RULES  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the 

1. CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  1.  CPPA will not bill individuals for purchased swine. All animals must be paid for prior to load‐out.  Only exhibitors who  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  have sold animals in the sale will be allowed the opportunity to be billed.  3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   2.  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the  2.  Checks for payment from individuals or firms that have had check(s) returned to CPPA due to non‐sufficient funds in the  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  past will not be accepted.  Cash, check, money order or cashiers check will be the only form of payment accepted.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   3. Sale order will be determined by the judge and Swine Improvement Committee.   6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  by noon on Sunday.  4. Animals sold in accordance with Swine Code of Fair Practices. CPPA may not be held liable for any exceptions.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  5. A commission of 15% to CPPA and the NPB check off will be retained on animals sold.  6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  6. Animals purchased in the sale can be taken from the grounds immediately following the sale, and must be off the grounds  by noon on Sunday.  by noon on Sunday.  october/november 2010

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2010 Western All Breeds Rules Entry Deadline: November 22, 2010  PUREBRED BREEDING SWINE SHOW AND SALE 

Age Requirements:   Open Gilts ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Boars ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Bred Gilts ‐ Due to farrow 12/2010 ‐ 3/2011  1.  All swine must have at least 6 functional nipples on each side. Pin nipples not counted. Any boar or gilt  with an inverted nipple will be sifted.  2.  All entries must be registered with original papers submitted at check‐in. Bred gilts must have breeding    certificate attached to registration paper. (No copies of pedigrees will be accepted.) Pigs must be    registered in the name of the CPPA member in order to be eligible to show.  3.  Bred Gilts must be purebred; may carry a crossbred litter, and must have passed over prior to the show.  4.  Breeding Swine Sale will be limited to: 15 Boars, 50 Open Gilts, 25 Bred Gilts. Sale order will be deter‐ mined by the Judge.   

CROSSBRED BREEDING SWINE SHOW AND SALE 

Age Requirements:   Open Gilts ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Boars ‐ Farrowed on or after April 1, 2010        Bred Gilts ‐ Due to farrow 12/2010 ‐ 3/2011  1.  All swine must have at least 6 functional nipples on each side. Pin nipples not counted. Any boar or gilt  with an inverted nipple will be sifted.  2.  Classes will be broken by weight.  3.  Bred Gilts must have passed over prior to the show.  1.  Crossbred Breeding Swine Sale will be limited to: 10 Open Gilts, 5 Boars, and 10 Bred Gilts. Sale order to  be determined by the Judge. 

CLUB PIG SHOW AND SALE 

1. The weight range of the pigs entered in the sale shall be 50‐125 lbs.  2.  Papers are required for purebred club pigs. Hogs without papers will be shown in the crossbred division  3.  The Club Pig Sale will be limited to 40 club pigs, and will be determined by the judge. 

MARKET BARROW SHOW 

1. The weight range is: 210— 280 pounds.   2.  There will be two divisions: Purebred and Crossbred. Purebred barrows must have papers.  3.  No Carcass contest will be conducted, however shipping to Yosemite Meats Company will be available  to exhibitors who wish to have their mkt barrows sold at market price.  4.  There is no limit on the number of entries by any producer.  5.  Awards and Premiums are as follows:    Supreme Champion Market Barrow: $100, Reserve Supreme Champion $50    Champion Purebred: $50, Reserve Champion Purebred $25     Champ Xbred: $50, Reserve Champ Xbred: $25    Class Premiums—1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15 

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$30

Open Gilt

Total Cost

$30

Boar

Class

Total Amount

$30

Bred Gilt

Entry Total CPPA Membership $50 CPPA Junior Membership $35 Late Entry Fee $40

# Entered Cost/entry Total

Breed

Premise ID#:

Phone Number:

City:

Mailing Address:

Exhibitor Name:

$30

Club Pig Date of Birth Name of Animal

Sire of Animal

Breeding Swine Information Sire of Animal Dam

Mail Completed Entry Forms and Payment to:

Signature:_________________________________________________

I certify that the information provided is up-to-date and to the best of my knowledge. I agree to abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the CPPA and the Western All Breeds Show and Sale Committee.

Ear Notch

Email:

Zip:

California Pork Producers Association - Western All Breeds Show 1225 H Street, Suite 106 - Sacramento, CA 95814 If you have any questions contact the CPPA at: (916) 447-8950 or info@calpork.com

$30

Market Barrow

State:

Ranch Name:

Entries deadline: November 22, 2010

20102010 Western AllAll Breeds Show Sale –—Entry EntryForm Form Western Breeds Showand and Sale


May 3-4, 2010 • Central Point, Oregon

Grand Champion Open Steer Shown by Katie Deupree

Reserve Grand Champion Open Steer Shown by Natalie Kane

Champion Bred & Fed Steer Shown by Derrick Shurr

Res. Champ Bred & Fed Steer Shown by Austin Self

Supreme Champion Female Shown by Ashley Cox

Reserve Supreme Champion Female Shown by Ashley Cox

Champion Jr. Beef Showmanship Shown by Brandt Downing

Champion Inter. Beef Showmanship Shown by Katie Deupree

Champion Sr. Beef Showmanship Shown by Alisha Shurr Grand Champion Hog Shown by Wyatt Self

Champion Inter. Hog Showmanship Shown by Wyatt Self

Champion Sr. Hog Showmanship Shown by Keenan Krische

Reserve Grand Champion Hog Shown by Sandra Wallace

Grand Champion Lamb Shownb by Austin Wilson

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Reserve Champion Prospect Hog Shown by Emily Dulany

Reserve Champion Lamb Shown by Austin Wilson

Champion Jr. Hog Showmanship Shown by Haley VanWormer

Reserve Champion Progress Lamb Shown by Austin Wilson

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Reserve Champion Prospect Lamb Shown by Emily Dulany

Champion Jr. Sheep Showmanship Shown by Jessica Juvinall

Champion Inter. Sheep Showmanship Shown by Emily Dulany

Reserve Champion Meat Goat Shown by Conner Childers

Champion Jr. Goat Showmanship Shown by Mikayla Childers

Champion Jr. Goat Showmanship Shown by Conner Childers

Supreme Champion Steer (also 4-H Champion and Champion AOB) Shown by Davey Dorr

Grand Champion Meat Goat Shown by Mikayla Childers

Champion Sr. Sheep Showmanship Shown by Kelsey Dixon

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Shown by Suzanne Amaral

FFA Champion Steer (& Champion AOB) Shown by Jacob Dorr

May 3-4, 2010 Central Point, Oregon

Reserve FFA Champion Steer (Champion Crossbred) Shown by Jacob Dorr

July 27-August 8, 2010 Santa Rosa, CA Supreme Champion Heifer (Champion Angus) Shown by Steven Pozzi

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Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer Shown by Steven Pozzi

Grand Champion Commercial Heifer Shown by Regina Pozzi

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— Arizona Nation s r e b m e M December 28, 2 A F F "Learning to Do"

By Kristi Mattes

latest: Agriculture Chemistry. All these courses are UC approved for college entrance.

In last issue's article, I told you that the FFA was more than just “Cows and Plows”. The first line of the FFA motto focuses on the basis of the organization — the classroom — hence the idea of “Learning to Do”.

Other UC approved courses that your local Agriculture department might be offering are Floral Design, which fills the visual and performing arts requirement, and Agriculture Government and Economics, filling the senior social science requirement.

The classroom has undergone many changes over the past 82 years. When we started, it was an organization for young farm boys to come together and learn about current farming trends. Agriculture was an elective course for those students who were interested in graduating from high school and returning to the family farm. These courses were called vocational courses because they were hands on classes preparing you for a career upon graduation. Today’s agriculture bears little resemblance to those classes of old, except that we continue to foster the handson aspect of teaching. Those courses, which were once filled with students who had little or no desire to go to college or work anywhere but the family farm, are now filled with college bound individuals because there is no farm to go to. In addition to the fact that only 2% of the population is in agricultural production, today’s student realizes that even if you have a farm to go to, it requires a person with a college degree to manage it.

There are a variety of other courses designed and offered in many departments across the state that fulfill graduation requirements as well as college entrance requirements. Although the face of agriculture has changed in the public school system from Vocational Agriculture to Agriculture Education, the thing that hasn’t changed is our system of delivering educational material, which is and always will be hands-on and project based. That last part of my job as an educator in Agriculture, and the most fulfilling, is the fact that we are the only program that offers leadership as a regular part of our classroom instruction. Every student who enrolls in an agriculture education course is automatically a member of the FFA organization and all that it offers. Giving each student the tools they will need for their chosen field of endeavor, and teaching them how to become a productive citizen as well…well, it doesn’t get any better than that.

For those of us who have roots in the FFA, we remember the days of the vocational agriculture courses called Ag Science 1, 2 and 3 et cetera. Today’s agriculture includes such courses as Agriculture Biology, Agriculture Earth and Physical Science, and one of the

What more could a student and or parent ask for in a program? Stay tuned until next time when we talk about the next phase, "Doing to Learn”.

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For those exhibitors whose shows weren't featured in the Show Results throughout the year.

2010 Madison Andrade

Ausaymas 4-H

2010 San Benito County Fair

The Mitchell Brothers Austin Mitchell J.C. Mitchell

Results: Grand Champion Market Goat, Grand Champion Market Steer (pictured at right) 2010 Monterey County Fair

Sheldon 4-H, Sacramento County

Results: Grand Champion Market Goat, Grand Champion Market Steer

Results: First Place Tractor at the San Joaquin Tractor and Vege Crop Field Day

2010 Santa Cruz County Fair Results: Grand Champion Market Steer *Madison also won Jr. Round Robin Showmanship at all 3 fairs listed.

Sheldon 4-H, Sacramento County Sacramento Co. Fair Results: Won First Place Intermediate 4-H Showmanship, and placed four our of five in the Small Animal Master Showmanship at the 2010 Sacramento County Fair.

Royce McPhee-Bayha

Macy Perry

Linden Peters 4-H San Joaquin County Fair Results: Division Winner, Light Heavyweight Steer; 4th Overall in 4-H Steers; part of the 1st Place Club Group; 2nd Place, Inter. Market Showmanship; 3rd Place, Individual Judging Contest. Breeding Show: Supreme Champion Bull, Champ. Red Angus Bull, Res. Champ. Red Angus Female, 1st Place Inter. Showmanship, 1st Place Advanced Breeding Showmanship.

Clovis FFA 2010 Big Fresno Fair Results: Supreme Champion Market Lamb * Also exhibited the Junior Show Supreme Champ. Heifer and Junior Show Supreme Champion Bull; and 1st place Freshman/Sophmore FFA Beef Showmanship & Sheep Showmanship

Taylor Durfey

Taylor LaRossa

Galt FFA

Escalon, CA

2010 Sacramento County Fair

San Joaquin Co. Fair (Stockton, CA)

Results: 1st Place, Advanced FFA Sheep Showmanship

Results: Local Bred Champion * Also, had All Other Breeds Champion Heifer

A big Congrats on a Great Job!

Weldon Colbert 2010 Antelope Valley Classic: Results: Champion Classic Lamb, Jr. Open Supreme Ram, Supreme Champion Ewe, Res. Champion Ram 2010 Antelope Valley Open Breeding Show: Results: Champion AOB Yearling Ram, Res. Champ. AOB Yearling Ram, Champion AOB Ewe, Res. Champ. AOB Jr. Ram, 2010 Great Western: Results: Reserve Champion october/november 2010 Dorset Ram

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Sheep Co.

E U R E K A , N E VA D A

A BIG thank-you to Ahart Club Lambs, Estes Show Lambs, Fitch Family Hamps and Petty Wishbone Ranch Southdowns. Thank-you to all of our Nevada Wild West State Fair 2010 family and friends; and all the people who helped to make the Nevada State Fair 2010 tons of fun and a tremendous learning experience for everyone!

Thanks to Estes Show Lambs for the great ewes and our new ram Chino -- he's already out working.

AHART 001 -

L to R: Will, Mary Kate, Ethan Marshall & Katie Schnoor

Reserve Grand Steer and Champion Home Grown at NV State Fair 2010. Ethan Marshall & Katie Schnoor

K.T. Fuzzet, Champion Wether Dam, NV Junior Livestock Show 2010 and Supreme Ewe, NV State Fair 2010

HC 62, Box 186 Eureka, NV 89316

775-237-5118 • willm62@gmail.com Year after Year... Fresno State provides you with a successful

Major Sponsorship provided by

For more information on these two events, and more of what CSU Fresno has to offer:

Randy Perry 559/278-4793

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Go to our website for show and sale information, and for times and show entries —

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RED WAVE CLASSIC Prospect Steer & Show Lamb SALE

New for this year — Prospect Meat Goat Sale!

January 8th, 2011 (At the Fresno State Animal Science Pavilion)

RED WAVE CLASSIC JR. LIVESTOCK SHOW February 5th & 6th, 2011 (At the Big Fresno Fairgrounds)

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THANK YOU! to everyone who supported the 2010 Grand National Rodeo, Horse and Stock Show!

And next spring, don't miss the 2011...

Cow Palace San Francisco

March 30-April 2, 2011 Market and Classic Shows have been combined into one Classic Show with INCREASED PRIZE MONEY! Merit Award applications are now available, and are due DECEMBER 2ND. For more information, contact: Vanessa Schneider: 559/288-3475 E-mail: vadams@cowpalace.com

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July 21 - August 1, 2010 • Paso Robles, CA

Grand Champion Market Steer Shown by Ashley Judge

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Shown by Leah O'Reilly

Reserve FFA Champion Market Steer Shown by Ryan DeBusk

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Steer Shown by Larson Patty

Grand Champion Replacement Heifer Shown by Hailey Switzer

Reserve Grand Champ. Replacement Heifer Shown by Ashley Judge

Res. 4-H Champ Replacement Heifer Shown by Jessica Judge

Res. FFA Champ Replacement Heifer Shown by Ryan Sandoval

Grand Champion Market Hog

Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog

Shown by Sarah Ann Lopez

Shown by Jacob Pomi

FFA Champion Market Hog Shown by Alex Borba

Reserve FFA Champion Market Hog

Champion Independent Market Hog

Shown by Taylor Wampler

Shown by Lacey Davis

Grand Champion Market Lamb

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Maggie Boneso

Shown by Lindsey Wyatt

Reserve Champion Market Lamb

Reserve FFA Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Kayla Hildebrand

Shown by Brook Edelman

Grand Champion Meat Goat

Reserve 4-H Champion Meat Goat

Shown by Carly Williams

Shown by Bailey Williams

Reserve Champion Meat Goat

Reserve FFA Champion Meat Goat

Shown by Carly Roth

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Shown by Niki Todaro

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Champion Jackpot Steer Shown by Rachel Harris

Reserve Champion Jackpot Steer Shown by Rebecca Kracker

Champion Jackpot Hog Shown by Maddie Kizer

Supreme Champion Boar Shown by Andrew Murphy

June 23-27, 2010 Petaluma, CA Supreme Champion Gilt Shown by J.D. Ferraro

Supreme Young Pair Shown by Cole Crawford Champion Jackpot Lamb

Champion Jackpot Meat Goat

Shown by Rio Pagliaro

Shown by Alyssa Lopez

Reserve Jackpot Champion Meat Goat Shown by Wyatt Lopez

July 1-5, 2010 • San Rafael, CA • Judge: Kent Benson (Winters, CA)

Grand Champion Classic Steer Shown by Suzanne Amaral

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Reserve Champion Classic Steer Shown by Tony Menini

Grand Champion Heifer Shown by Suzanne Amaral

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Reserve Grand Champion Heifer Shown by Alina Amaral


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IASU9 Fast Lane 35-4 x WAT6 Bulletproof 1-3 World Pork Expo — 2nd, Class 6 Berkshire

"Victory Lane" stood 2nd to the $50,000 world record selling Berkshire boar "Legend" as well as sharing the same sire, IASU9 Fast Lane. We knew this boar needed to come back to California and be used as a herd boar. “Victory Lane” is a big footed, heavy boned boar that still is wide in his skeleton but still has the "look" of a showpig sire. Call for semen pricing.

Check out our new spring and summer results and the addition of our new herdsires on our website — www.goldenstategenetics.com Showpigs, breeding stock and semen sold year-round!

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Grand Champion Steer Shown by Ashley Nightingale

Reserve Champion Steer (4-H Champ Local) Shown by Nico Menjivar

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Steer Shown by Justin Mortensen

Reserve FFA Champion Steer (Champ. Local) Shown by Hannah Vellekamp

Reserve FFA Local Bred Steer Shown by Clay Teixeira

Reserve 4-H Local Bred Steer Shown by Matt Arevalos

Supreme Champion Replacement Heifer Shown by Costin Allen

Reserve Champion Replacement Heifer Shown by Marissa Mankins

July, 2010 Santa Maria, California Res. FFA Champ. Local Replacement Heifer Shown by Jessica Williams

Reserve FFA Champ. Replacement Heifer Shown by Hannah Vellekamp

Reserve 4-H Champ. Replacement Heifer Shown by Korina Camargo

Grand Champion Hog Shown by Joh Velazquez

Grand Champion Market Lamb

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Kyler Vernon

Shown by Sergio Arias

Reserve Champion Market Lamb

Reserve FFA Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Brooke Phillips

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Reserve 4-H Champion Market Hog Shown by Bailey Caron

4-H Champion Market Hog Shown by Kristoffer Camargo

Reserve Grand Champion Hog Shown by Brittany LaSalle

Shown by Joe Ryan

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Birth Announcement Drew Brandon Watje Born July 27, 2010 @ 8:57 pm 8 lbs 3 oz, 20.5 inches Parents: Ryan & Stacey Watje; Big Brother: Trent Watje

Congratulations!

Grand Champion Meat Goat

Reserve FFA Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Andrea Calderon

Shown by Joe Ryan

Reserve Champion Meat Goat

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Lamb

Shown by Nick Santana

Shown by Joshua Willoughby

Reserve Champion Market Lamb (4-H Champ)

May, 2010 King City, CA

Shown by Jacob Lehar

Reserve 4-H Champion Market Lamb

Grand Champion Market Lamb (FFA Champ) Shown by Nolan Hildebrand

Shown by Cori Walker

Grand Champion Meat Goat (FFA Champion)

4-H Champion Meat Goat

Shown by Carly Roth

Shown by Jacob Madden

Reserve Champion Meat Goat (Res. FFA Champ)

Reserve 4-H Champion Meat Goat

Shown by Nicole Sonne

Shown by Lilly Hildebrand

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a p u g n i h s i Fin with

Reserve Champion AOB Market Hog, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Ryan DeBusk.

Reserve FFA Champion Market Hog, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Rico Abreu.

Reserve FFA Hampshire, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Alyssa Sankey.

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Supreme Champion Boar, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Alyssa Sankey.


Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Stanislaus County Fair. Shown by Brent Taylor.

Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Tehama County Fair. Shown by Savannah Miller.

4-H Champion Market Hog, 2010 Sonoma County Fair. Shown by Laney Klunis.

4-H Champion Duroc Hog, 2010 California State Fair. Shown by Clay Verdegaal.

Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Market Hogs, 2010 Yolo County Fair. Shown by Marissa Cramer. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Chico Silver Dollar Fair. Shown by Davis Mardesich. Grand Champion Market Hog, 2010 Napa County Fair. Shown by Rico Abreu.

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• J/4 Cattle Company

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Joe & Marlene Amaral (209) 538-1540 3348 Zeering Rd., Modesto, CA 95358 E-mail: J4cattle@aol.com

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• alto herefords Larry Alto Family (707) 822-9478; Kevin: (707) 839-0170 3545 Bayschool Rd., Arcata, CA 95521 (Bulls, Heifers, Steers)

• Applegate Trail Ranch Owner: Dave & Jeanette Dillabo Manager: David Dillabo (530) 695-9322; (530) 667-4300 (C) (541) 281-9240 952 County Road 108A, Tulelake, CA 96134 (Club Calves)

• Azevedo/Backer Cattle Brian Azevedo (209) 200-3832 Elk Grove, CA Email: azevedocattle@yahoo.com (Show Steers & Heifers)

• Bennett land & Cattle Mike, Marti, Casey & Brooke Bennett – (559) 534-2396 P.O. Box 549, Ducor, CA 93218

(Reg. Shorthorns & Herefords; X-Breds; Steers & Heifers)

• Bigelow Farms Matt Bigelow (559) 647-2817 PO Box 43, O'Neals, CA 93645

(Reg. Shorthorn - Breeding & Show Steers)

• Blackjack Ranch Joe Lopes (916) 753-9896 PO Box 213, Wilton, CA 95693 (Club Calves & Show Heifers)

• Boneso Livestock Steve, Mary Ann, Wes and Maggie Boneso (805) 227-4031 (H) • (805) 294-3816 (C) 5995 Martingale Circle San Miguel, CA 93451 Email: sboneso@msn.com Website: www.bonesolivestock.com (Maine & Chi Show Heifers and Club Calves)

• Brocco Show Cattle Ron, Justine & Audra Brocco (707) 996-6224 1189 Solano Ave., Sonoma, CA 95476 (Show Heifers & Steers)

• Colburn Cattle Co. Ron, Lisa, Tyler, Ryan & Wyatt (559) 269-3175 PO Box 568, Five Points, CA 93624 (Club Calves, Reg. Maines, Reg. Shorthorns)

• Coles Cattle Company Nick, Karen & Nicole Guriel (805) 545-8983 814 O'Connor Way San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 (Club Calves, Reg. Maine)

• D-B Club Calves David Sr. & David Brown (209) 874-3943 1560 Ellenwood Rd., Waterford, CA 95386 (Club Calves)

• Dillabo Livestock David & Jeanette Dillabo (530) 695-9322 5127 Pennington Road, Live Oak, CA 95953 (Shorthorn & Angus – Steers & Heifers)

(Show Heifers & Steers)

• James Bright / Leo Bros. (209) 389-4880 7953 Le Grand Rd., Merced, CA 95340

• Dismukes Ranch

(Reg. Herefords, Shorthorns, Angus, ChiMaines and Xbred Show Steers)

Jim Dismukes (M) (916) 995-3549; (H) (916) 682-8648 11070 Bradley Ranch Rd. Elk Grove, CA 95624

• Jergens Club Calves Curt Jergens (214) 636-4954 P.O. Box 10672, Terra Bella, CA 93270

(Charolais & Angus Show Heifers, X-Bred Club Calves)

(Club Calves, Show Heifers, Hoof Trimming)

• Double E Hay & Cattle

• M&M Livestock

Ed & Eric Bright; Ed (209) 389-4060 Eric (209) 761-6607 16120 Buchanan Hollow Rd. Le Grand, CA 95333

Martin & Stacey Machado (209) 357-0912; (209) 564-8361; (209) 652-6946 8171 North Buhach, Winton, CA 95388

(Chi-Maine, Short, Angus, X-bred)

(Club Calves, Heifers)

• Fair Cattle Co.

• Mission Angus/ Mission Club Calves

Todd Fair - (209) 667-9220 (C) (209) 648-8240 5731 N. Hickman Rd., Denair, CA 95316 Email: faircattle@cv-access.com Website: www.faircattle.com

Mark & Tom Perez (209) 837-4721; (209) 531-7455 (cell) P.O. Box 97, Crows Landing, CA 95313 Email: markperezsr@yahoo.com

(Club Calves & Show Heifers)

(Angus)

• Flynn Cattle

• Noble Cattle Company

Jim or Matt Flynn (559) 534-2367 or 534-2423 PO Box 57, Ducor, CA 93218

Chad Noble (559) 788-0659 28679 Mtn. Rd. 120, Porterville, CA 93257

(Competitive Club Calves)

(Reg. Shorthorns & Club Calves)

• G/M Cattle Company

• Poncetta Shorthorns

Kevin & Stacey Griffith (209) 785-3013; (209) 610-7616 cell P.O. Box 283, 3434 Rock Creek Road Copperopolis, CA 95228 Email: kgriffithcattle@yahoo.com

David & Michael Poncetta (661) 978-3320 10454 Wible Road, Bakersfield, CA 93313 (Show heifers, Club Calves, Bulls)

(Show Steers)

• Prestige Club Calves

• GBJ Beef Cattle

A Division of Rubicon Ranching Trust Ken Hershey (541) 347-3099 88822 Polly Creek Lane Bandon, Oregon 97411

Gary & BJ Flint (530) 268-6768 Ranch (916) 995-7103 Gary's Cell (916) 995-7183 BJ's Cell 20902 Big Spring Drive Grass Valley, CA 95949 Email: gbjflint@netscape.net

(Angus, Limousin, Maine, Shorthorn and Crossbred Club Calves - performance genetics since 1963)

(Club Calves - Maine X Black & Black Baldies, Reg. Angus Breeding Stock)

• R&R Farms Bob Ross (408) 776-0333 (H); (408) 221-3023 (Cell) Dennis Lee (775) 217-2280 P.O. Box 20668, San Jose, CA 95160

• Geist Cattle Gary & Linda Geist (559) 674-4117 Shane, Kimberly, Kendall & Kayden (559) 674-4174; (C) (559) 363-4117 16540 Road 31, Madera, CA 93638

(Reg. Hereford Genetics Show Heifers, Bulls, Embryos, Semen)

(Reg. Maines, Club Calves)

• Reed Valley Ranch Ranch Managers: Don & Janet Moore (951) 767-0524 Hemet, California E-mail: don@reedvalleyranch.net Website: www.reedvalleyranch.net

• Gilardi Show Cattle (530) 518-2312 8640 Sherwood Blvd., Los Molinos, CA 96055 Website: www.gilardilandandcattle.com

Lou Seever (M) (925) 989-9069 (Day) (925) 463-3443 (N) (925) 820-5392 3687 Old Santa Rita Rd. Pleasanton, CA 94588

(Maines, Chimaines, X-Breds – Show Steers & Heifers)

• Silva Cattle Randy & Rhonda Silva (559) 897-0311; (559) 288-3856 (cell) 37378 Rd. 20, Kingsburg, CA 93631 (Reg. Maine Heifers & Club Calves)

• Simon Cattle Faris Simon: (209) 769-8427 Layne Simon: (209) 769-8429 Barn: (209) 374-3429 Catheys Valley, CA Email: rscows@psnw.com

(Steers & Heifers Available Year-Round)

• Spring Valley Land & Livestock Jim, Kristi, Bobby & Shyann Mattes (559) 276-5704; Barn (559) 868-3323 PO Box 22, O'Neal's, CA 93645 (Reg. Angus & Shorthorns, Club Calves)

• Strickler Livestock Shane Strickler (530) 570-6634 7253 County Road 24 Orland, CA 95963 (Show Steers, Heifers, Bulls)

• Sunnyday Shorthorns Alpha & Sherri Gipe (209) 358-9377 6885 West Oak Ave., Merced, CA 95340 www.sunnydayshorthorns.com

(Registered Shorthorn Show Heifers, Bulls, Steers — X-Bred Steers)

• Teixeira Cattle Co. John and Heather Teixeira; Allan and Cee (805) 595-1416 855 Thousand Hills Road, Pismo Beach, CA 93449 www.teixeiracattleco.com (Club Calves and Show Heifers)

• W6 Herefords Aaron & Sara Wilbourn (559) 687-2342 (H); (559) 972-6551 (C) 25118 Rd. 44, Tulare, CA 93274 Email: awilbourn001@aol.com (Res. Hereford Show Heifers, Steers, Bulls & Bred Females)

• Wagner Livestock, LLC Jeff & Nicole Wagner (Rch) (209) 887-2291; (Cell) (209) 351-0351 11149 Shelton Rd., Linden, CA 95236 Email: jwwagnermech@sbcglobal.net (Charolais & Angus Heifers; Show Steers)

(Club Calves, Commercial Heifers, Bulls)

(Show Steers and Fancy Heifers)

• Reid Overmier Cattle

• Gonsalves Ranch

Cory Reid (209) 559-0142 Casey Overmier (209) 753-7464 12727 Hunt Rd., Farmington, CA 95230 Email: caseyovermier@yahoo.com

Joey, Kristy,Riley & Reese Gonsalves (209) 526-3006 Mike Gonsalves - (209) 578-3252 7243 Maze Blvd., Modesto, CA 95358

(Hereford, Angus, Charolais, Crossbreds)

(Reg. & Commercial Angus, Club Calves)

• Reis Livestock

• H.A.V.E. Angus

Tony, Mary, Nathan, Natalie & Nicole Reis (530) 846-3940 (H); (530) 682-0305 (Nathan's Cell) 648 Cowee Ave., Gridley, CA 95948 www.reislivestock.com

Mel & Darrell Hansen (707) 838-4463, Windsor, CA Jim & Karen Vietheer (916) 687-7620, Wilton, CA (Angus Heifers & Bulls)

(Charolais Heifers, Bulls & Steers; X-Bred Heifers & Steers)

• Hyder Cattle Co.

• Rodgers Livestock

Troy & Cliff Hyder Dave DeRose (559) 539-3220 36786 Hwy 190, Springville, CA 93265

Blaine & Melissa Rodgers (C) (559) 314-4630; (H) (559) 287-6619 2399 N. Riverbend Ave., Sanger, CA 93657

(Club Calves)

• Imhof Cattle Co.

(Club Calves)

Frank Jr., Haley & Andrew Imhof (925) 600-7735 (h); (925) 580-2245 (c) (510) 377-9556 P.O. Box 174, Sunol, CA 94586 Email: imhofcattle@earthlink.net

• Schnoor Sisters Cattle Co. Amanda and Kirbe Schnoor (559) 665-1991 11564 Ave. 26, Chowchilla, CA 93610

(Club Calves, Show Heifers, Bulls)

(Show Steers & Heifers; Reg. Angus Cattle)

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• Seever & Son Cattle Co.

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nevada breeders • Brumley Farms Don, Skeeter, Kari, Brooke & Bryce Brumley (775) 272-3152; (C) (209) 479-0287 P.O. Box 239, Orovada, NV 89425 (Reg. Herefords – Heifers, Bulls & Steers)

• Witte Shorthorns Gary & Pegi Witte (775) 423-1571 4205 Shurz Hwy., Fallon, Nevada

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BEEF (cont.) oregon breeders • Ellis Club Calves Frank & Darlene Ellis (541) 546-8290 (H); (541) 419-9183 (C) 3786 SW Ford Lane, Madras, OR 97741 Email: fdellis@crestviewcable.com (Club Calves & Show Heifers)

(East of the Rockies) breeders • McKinzie Cattle Kevin, Christy, Conner & Collin McKinzie (209) 747-7292 10376 East 2000 Ave. West York, IL 62478 www.mckinziecattle.com (Show Steers & Heifers)

• Leventini Club Lambs

• Bianchi Club Lambs

Mike Leventini Sr. (209) 529-2774 Mike Leventini Jr. (209) 634-7262 624 South Indiana Ave. Modesto, CA 95357

Karen Bianchi (209) 847-0694 13500 Valley Home Rd., Oakdale, CA 95361

(Club Lambs, Wether Sires & Dams)

(Club Lambs, Wether Sires)

• Lopez Club Lambs

• Brem Club Lambs

Don, Marcia & Andrea Lopez (916) 777-5911 15913 Hwy. 160, Isleton, CA 95641 E-mail: lopezd@ix.netcom.com

Jim & Pam Brem (559)568-0358 19387 Rd. 248, Strathmore, CA 93267 (Club Lambs)

(Club Lambs)

• C&E Club Lambs

• Maddux Ranch / Outlaw Club Lambs

Kimmelshue Family (530) 345-4456 E-mail: daxandkaren@yahoo.com Wilkinson Family (530) 891-4964 E-mail: timw@ea.org Durham, CA

Harry, Jan, Todd, Nikki Maddux (209) 966-4942 2675 E. Westfall Rd., Mariposa, CA 95338

(Show Lambs, Wether Sires & Dams)

(Blackface, Dorset, Specks, Southdowns – Club Lambs)

• Cedar Hill Club Lambs Rob Antheunisse (707) 586-1038 (H); (707) 327-6213 (C) 43 Mecham Rd., Petaluma, CA Email: cedarhillclublambs@comcast.net

• Mayo Club Lambs Don & Denise Mayo (530) 695-1555 (H); (661) 978-1364 (C) 1844 McDonald Ave., Live Oak, CA 95953

(Suffolks, Hamps, X-Breds, Project Lambs, Breeding Stock)

(Club Lambs & Wether Sires)

• Merced College

• Chesser Farms

Sheep:

Jaime Farao: (H) (209) 854-1033 (C) (209) 384-6299 3600 M. Street, Merced, CA 95348

Jeffey & Virgle Chesser (661) 589-4214 14810 Meachan Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93312

(Show Lambs)

(Club Lambs, Wether Sires)

arizona breeders • Dusty Acres Sheep Ranch Diane Bales (520) 834-5198 Breana, Kayla & Jarrett Carpenter 2806 W. Skyline Rd., Benzon, AZ 85602

(Club Lambs, Reg. Oxfords & Southdowns)

• Mitchell Farms

• Clifford's Sheep Connection

Ken & Charlotte Mitchell (916) 685-9700 E-mail: twoturkey@aol.com 9651 Grant Line Rd., Elk Grove, CA 95624 Website: www.mitchellfarms.net

Mike Clifford (805) 735-7957 807 San Pasqual Road, Lompoc, CA 93436 Email: sheepfit@aol.com

(Club Lambs; Color & White Lincolns)

(Club Lambs)

• Cummings Club Lambs

• Modesto Junior College

Bob & Joanne Cummings (805) 239-2635 4115 Vineyard Dr., Paso Robles, CA 93446

Marleise Boyd (209) 575-6210 435 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95350

(Club Lambs & Wether Sires)

california breeders • Abatti/Wills Club Lambs Steve/Tina (760) 554-0424 (C) (209) 669-1410 (H) 6019 N. Hickman Rd., Denair, CA 95316 Email: hampman911@hotmail.com (Club Lambs, Rams & Ewes)

• Ahart Club Lambs Greg and Mary Ahart (916) 928-9336 Greg's Cell: (916) 396-2333 Mary's Cell: (916) 612-1241 7 Carvel Place Sacramento, CA 95835 (Club Lambs, Wether Sires and Dams)

• Ansolabehere Club Lambs Fred Ansolabehere Jr. (661) 589-5521 Lance Carter (661) 873-8492 33383 7th Standard Road Bakersfield, CA 93314 fred@atginternet.com dlcarter25@hotmail.com

(Dorsets, Suffolks, Hampshires, Club Lambs)

• Asmus Club Lambs Jed & Brandi Asmus (530) 304-0389 5547 Waterhole Loop, Linda, CA 95901 www.asmusclublambs.com (Club Lambs)

• Azevedo Club Lambs Art Azevedo (707) 762-1579 545 Marshall Ave., Petaluma, CA 94952

(Hamps, Suffolks, Comm. X-Breds)

• Beam Ranch Ben, Terri, Lacey, Andrew, Casey & Shaylynn (209) 838-6791 25050 Mariposa Rd., Escalon, CA (Club Lambs, Wether Dams)

(Show Lambs)

• Echo Basin Suffolks & Club Lambs

• Morino Brothers Club Lambs Dan & Celeste Morino (209) 838-7208 Paul & Carri Morino (209) 599-3168 25053 Dove Road, Escalon, CA 95320

Mary McMurphy (530) 534-7783 3589 Cherokee Rd., Oroville, CA 95965 (Reg. Suffolk & Club Lambs)

(Club Lambs, Wether Sires & Dams)

• Estes Show Lambs

• Nicewonger Club Lambs

Hop, Debbie & Ryan (909) 627-1762 11720 Harding Ct., Chino, CA 91710

John & Carol Nicewonger (209) 847-8976 6706 Lon-dale Rd., Oakdale, CA 95361

(Show Lambs)

(Club Lambs)

• Farao Club Lambs Jaime Farao (209) 854-1033; (209) 777-1033 Frank Farao (805) 934-2097; (805) 354-2317 28803 Gun Club Road, Gustine, CA 95322

• Nunes Club Lambs & Project Goats Ernie & Judy Nunes (707) 762-7135 190 Walker Road, Petaluma, CA 94952

Myron & Lois Strasser (209) 847-9171 7120 Dorsey Rd., Oakdale, CA 95361 (Club Lambs, Reg. Hamps)

• Sampson Sheep Harry & Jeannine Sampson (530) 435-2476 PO Box 1115, Gazelle, CA 96034 Email: hsampson@cot.net Website: www.sampsonsheep.com (Club Lambs)

• Shining Star Club Lambs Paul & Ginny Strametz (831) 634-1044 702 McMahon Rd., Hollister, CA 95023 (Quality Club Lambs)

• Siebert genetics Jeffrey & Nancee Siebert (H) (661) 724-2441; (C) 805) 358-3716 19235 W. Ave. C, Lancaster, CA 93536 Email: nansiebert@yahoo.com Website: www.siebertgenetics.com (Club Lambs, Southdowns & Club Pigs)

• Snyder Club Lambs Dustin, Hilary, Skottlynn & Holland Snyder (559) 659-2512; (C) (559) 706-9540 6353 Road 8 1/2, Firebaugh, CA 93622 (Club Lambs, Wether Sires & Dams)

• Spring Creek Ranch Club Lambs Stornetta Family (Steve, Diana, Stefanie, Dawn & Tori (707) 823-7516; (707) 490-2607 4901 Gravenstein Hwy. North Sebastopol, CA 95472 www.sprcrkranchclublambs.com (Club Lambs)

• Spring Valley Land & Livestock Jim, Kristi, Bobby & Shyann Mattes (559) 276-5704; (B) (559) 868-3323 PO Box 22, O'Neal's, CA 93645 (Club Lambs)

• Sunrise Sheep Company / KEene club lambs Gary, Gypsy & Calder Keene (209) 847-0945/(209) 613-7015 13736 Lambuth Road Oakdale, CA 95361 E-mail: heygoat27@aol.com Website: www.sunrisesheepcompany.com (Club Lambs, Wether Dams)

• Thompson Bros. Livestock (805) 922-6270 422 N. Western Santa Maria, CA 93454

(Club Lambs and Wether Sires) (Suffolks, Hamps, X-Breds)

(Club Lambs, Project Goats)

(Club Lambs, Breeding Stock)

• Pavletich Club Lambs

• Fish Club Lambs

Scott, Annette, Jason & Courtney (661) 589-5669 17324 Rosedale Hwy, Bakersfield, CA 93312

Karin Fish (916) 214-0078 4005 Karchner Road, Sheridan, CA 95681 Email: kafish4@yahoo.com Website: www.fishclublambs.com

(Club Lambs)

(Club Lambs)

• Penfold Dorsets & Club Lambs

• Image Club Lambs/ Layne Suffolks

Ken, Teri, Jared & Cody (559) 897-4878 14585 E. Caruthers Ave. Kingsburg, CA 93631 E-mail: penfarm@inreach.com

Dan & Marlys Layne (Scott, Keri & Stacy) (209) 632-8623; (209) 549-7849 1013 N. Gratton Rd., Turlock, CA 95380

(Club Lambs, Dorsets, Brockles, Breeding Stock)

(Club Lambs, Reg. Suffolks)

• Del Petersen Club Lambs

• KR Club Lambs

(805) 478-7963 www.petersenclublambs.com 710 N. Thompson Road Nipomo, CA 93444

Robbie Rowlett (805) 610-4235 (C) 10960 Carrisa Hwy. Carrisa Plains, CA 93453

(Hampshire, Suffolk & X-Bred Club Lambs – Wether Sires)

(Show Lambs)

• Labrucherie Land & Livestock

• Ridenhour Club Lambs

Bob & Leslie Labrucherie (559) 673-4332 or 675-0663 9671 Road 28 1/2, Madera, CA 93637

Floyd Ridenhour (707) 431-7701 667 Alexander Valley Rd. Healdsburg, CA 95448 E-mail: fridenhour@comcast.net

(Club Lambs, Wether Sires and Dams)

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• Rosewood Ranch

(Black Face Club Lambs, Breeding Stock)

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idaho breeders • Potter's Emmett Valley Ranch Kevin Potter (208) 365-3621 3738 County Line Road Emmett, ID 83617 Website: www.cattleandsheep.com

(Club Lambs, R.R. Rams; delivery to Calif.)

• Turnbough Club Lambs Denise, Donna & Dave (208) 887-0886 P.O. Box 841, Meridian, ID 83680 (All Sheep QR or RR)


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oregon breeders • boatman club lambs David Boatman (541) 815-0205 5700 N.W. Rye Grass Rd. Prineville, OR 97754 Email: BoatmanClubLambs@cbbmail.com (Club Lambs, Wether Sires & Dams)

• Fallesen Sheep Farms Jake Fallesen (541) 928-9843; (C) (541) 979-0868 Box 28, Crabtree, OR 97335 (N.W.'s largest & winningest source — Club Lambs & Rams)

utah breeders • Kunzler Club Lambs Tony & Kelly Kunzler (435) 871-4511 P.O. Box 817, Park Valley, UT 84329 (Club Lambs)

• Tomlinson Club Lambs Trent Tomlinson: (435) 790-5458 Home: (435) 247-2185 P.O. Box 133, Lapoint, UT 84039 E-mail: tomlinson@ubtanet.com Website: www.tomlinsonclublambs.com

(Wether Sires — Hamps, Suffolks, Crossbred, Speckle Faced & White Faced; Club Lambs)

(East of the Rockies) breeders • Cabaniss Club Lambs Riley Cabaniss (580) 445-6240 Norman Cabaniss (580) 445-7553 22220 E1010 Rd., Arapaho, OK 73620 Website: cabanissok.tripod.com Email: cabanissok@itlnet.net (Reg. Hamps, Reg. Shrops; Ram Lambs for sale at farm.)

• Day's Swine Farm

• Pork Palace

Tony Day (559) 909-2369 A.J. Day (559) 967-4388 24950 Ave. 212, Lindsay, CA 93247

Randy Jones (805) 350-1459 (Cell.) (805) 688-0337 (Home) E-mail: randy@thejonesorganization.com 1503 S. Hwy. 101, Gaviota, CA 93117

(Club Pigs - Hamps, Yorks, Durocs, Landrace, X-breds)

(Yorks, Hamps, Durocs, X-Breds – Breeding Stock & Show Pigs)

• Desert Show Pigs

• posse show pigs

Dion Ashurst - (760) 427-0468 Mike Heim - (760) 535-9678 Brock Ashurst - (760) 427-0464 Jayson Scarborough - (559) 647-9359 Email: dion@desertshowpigs.com Website: www.desertshowpigs.com

Billy Barnes (661) 201-2330 10600 S. Union, Bakersfield, CA 93307 (Show Pigs)

• Power House Farms Nathan Copp (Los Banos) H: (209) 827-0460; C: (559) 280-0119 2129 S. 10th St., Los Banos, CA 93635

(Hamps, Durocs, Yorks & X-Breds; Show Pigs & Seedstock)

• G n G Genetics

(Show Pigs & Breeding Stock)

John & Nick Gonzales (530) 824-4292 John's cell (530) 320-5304 Nick's cell (530) 520-8361 E-mail: Ngonzales28@hotmail.com 23582 River Rd., Richfield, CA 96021

• Seaver Show Pigs Jerry Seaver: (530) 458-2026 4209 Hwy. 45, Colusa, CA 95932

(Hamps, Yorks, X-Breds – Show Pigs)

(Yorks, Hamps, Durocs — Show Pigs and Breeding Stock)

• Sheehan Farms Toby, Kristin, Clayton & Layne Sheehan (559) 896-5651 • (559) 960-2285 (c) 10702 S. Bethel, Selma, CA 93662

• Golden State Genetics Rachelle Bailey (209) 277-2509 (cell) (209) 656-9550 (Office) 445 S. Blaker Rd., Turlock, CA 95380 Email: GoldenStateSwine@aol.com

(Hamp, York, Landrace, Duroc, X-Bred — Show Pigs & Seedstock)

• Small Town Genetics

(Hamps, Yorks, Durocs, Landrace, X-Breds; Breeding Stock, Show Pigs, Semen)

James Backman (209) 620-4106 (c) (209) 667-4144 (farm phone/fax) 2812 N. Hickman Rd., Denair, CA 95316

• Homen Farms Henry Homen (209) 526-2337 (H); (209) 613-3678 (M) 3749 Blue Gum, Modesto, CA 95358

(Yorks, Hamps, Durocs, Show Pigs)

(Hamp & York Breeding Stock, Project Pigs)

• swine valley Farms Ron & Regina Roberts (209) 599-3909 (H); (209) 450-3153 (C) 4350 Woodland Ave., Modesto, CA 95358 Email: swinevalleyfarms@yahoo.com Website: www.swinevalleyfarms.com

• KV Swine Debbie Violini (831) 675-2662 P.O. Box 19, Gonzales, CA 93926

(Hamps, Yorks, X-Breds — Show Pigs)

• Loin Eye Hog Farms

(Duroc, Hamp, York, Berk, X-Bred Show Pigs)

Paul J. Fernandes, Jr. H (209) 664-0309 • M(209) 608-2697 4362 Esmar Rd., Ceres, CA 95307

• Triangle L Farms David & Josh Luis (209) 604-8695 14545 East Donahue Rd., Ripon, CA 95366 Email: trilfarms@velociter.net

(Yorks, Hamps, X-breds)

• Lucky Genetics Andrew & John Turek (530) 824-4731 (530) 510-9322 (Andrew's cell) 25175 New York Ave., Corning, CA 96021 Email: makingchampions@yahoo.com

(Show Pigs)

• Tyauve Farms Anne Dawson (530) 894-8493 David Smith (530) 518-2416 2366 Dayton Rd., Chico, CA 95928 Email: aakdawson@aol.com

(Hamps, Yorks, & X-Bred Project Pigs)

Swine: california breeders • 3c Livestock Roger, Sheri & Micah Clark (661) 587-6332 16418 Stephenie Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93314 E-mail: rclark6084@bak.rr.com (Hamp, York, Duroc — Project Pigs)

• AAA Elite Genetics Heather, Andrea & Amanda Thomas Kathy & Alyssa Sankey (530) 218-1968 Colusa, CA 95932 Email: aaaelitegenetics@hotmail.com (Project Pigs, York & Crossbred Seed Stock)

• A One Show Pigs Russ Miller (530) 277-7375 125 Sutherland Dr., Auburn, CA 95603

(Specializing in Black Exotic and Hamp Show Pigs)

• Bar-One Swine Farm Wes Barone: (408) 981-4881 6093 Mountain View Road Caruthers, CA 93609

(Hamps, Yorks, Durocs – Show Pigs & Semen)

• C.V.C. Swine Colt, Mariesa, Edna & Jack Cramer (530) 666-3554 19481 Hillcrest Dr., Woodland, CA 95695 (Project Pigs)

california breeders

• M.B. Show Pigs Mario & Michele Buoni (661) 397-8940; (661) 201-3042 (c) 10400 Old River Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93311

(Yorks, Hamps & X-Breds)

• Western Stars Farm

(Hamps, Durocs, Yorks, Chesters, Spots – Show Hogs)

Cy Hawkins (530) 473-2264 P.O. Box 1326 2299 Zumwalt Rd., Williams, CA 95987 Email: cyhawkins@frontier.net

• Millar Show Pigs Tom Millar (530) 934-0220, (530) 990-6465 8209 County Road 29, Glenn, CA 95943

(Breeding Stock — Hamps, Duroc, X-Breds, Project Pigs)

(Durocs, Hamps, Yorks, X-Bred Show Pigs, Semen Sale)

(East of the Rockies) breeders

• Modesto Junior College John Mendes (209) 575-6205 435 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95350 (Breeding Stock, Project Pigs, Semen Sales)

• RW Genetics Rick Whitman (402) 440-5898 285 North 8th Road, Palmyra, NE 68418 E-mail: RWGENETICS@aol.com www.rwgenetics.com

• Moench Farms Wilbert & Dennis Moench (559) 535-4347 24701 Ave. 106, Terra Bella,CA 93270 (Hamps, Yorks, Durocs, X-Bred • Breeding Stock & Project Pigs)

(Duroc, Hamp, York & X-Breds; Club Pigs)

Market Goats:

• No Limit Genetics Adam & Becky Mendonza (209) 602-6106 or (530) 682-9262 2500 S. Walton Ave., Yuba City www.nolimitgenetics.com (Year Round Show Pigs & Seedstock)

• Ottenwalter Show Pigs

arizona breeders

Mark & Sandy Ottenwalter (530) 458-5700 (o); (530) 681-9799 (m) 2260 Lurline Ave., Colusa, CA 95932 (Show Pigs, Seedstock)

• B&B Boers Mitchell Schultz (661) 706-5042 16229 The Lords Way Bakersfield, CA 93314 (Club Goats)

• Glenn Land Farm Wes Patton - (530) 865-7250 6352 County Road 27 Orland, CA 95963 www.glennlandfarm.com

(Project Wethers, Full Blood and % Boer Goats)

• Goatback Mtn. Ranch Pat Ariaz (209) 969-4307 Lila Meglio (209) 852-2701 1904 State Hwy. 132 La Grange, CA 95329 Email: info@gbmrboers.com Website: www.gbmrboers.com

(Fullblood & percentage does & wethers)

• HJ Boer Goats Kyle Jefferson & Stephanie Horton (209) 614-5664 30110 Grooms Rd., Oakdale, CA 95361 Email: hjboergoats@yahoo.com Website: www.hjboergoats.com (Show Wethers & Percentage Does)

• The Miller Moth Ranch Kelly Roth and Stacy Miller (805) 467-9270 • (805) 238-2219 (H) (805) 423-4886 (C) 1289 Mountain Springs Rd. Paso Robles, CA 93446 (Project Market Goats)

• Moonstone Ranch, Inc. Bruce & Rebecca Cogswell (661) 393-2457 Bakersfield, CA 93308 E-mail: moonstoneranch@atsecure.net Website: www.moonstoneranch.com (Club Goats, % Does)

• N-Bar-D Ranch Dave & Nancy Hall (951) 769-9073 Beaumont, CA Email: nbardranch@aol.com Website: www.nbardranch.com

(Reg. Boer Goats, Fullblood & %'s, Project Wethers, Reg. Nubian Goats. Buck service for Boers & Nubians. Discounts for 4-H, FFA & Grange.)

• Olive Knoll Ranch Catherine Acly (209) 754-4580 5887 Romel Road, Angels Camp, CA 95222 www.oliveknollranch.com (Wether Goats, percentage & fullblood does)

• Rocking 4R Boer Goat ranch Mike & Maureen Reis (H) (707) 693-1893 Mike - cell (707) 483-6303 Maureen - cell (209) 601-5892 7320 Hackman Rd., Dixon, CA 95620 www.rocking4rboers.com Email: msrreis@yahoo.com

(Quality Purebreds & Percentage Does & Bucks; Market & Project Wethers)

• Staz A Fraz Ranch Mark & Julie Stasinowsky (916) 655--3160 P.O. Box 641, Pleasant Grove, CA 95668 (Project Mkt. Goats, FB & % Boer Goats)

• Sundance Kids The Schallbergers (209) 333-0543 Website: www.sdksundancekids.com 8989 E. Live Oak Rd., Stockton, CA 95212 (Project Mkt. Goats, FB & % Boer Goats)

• Dusty Acres Meat Goats Diane Bales & Derek Carpenter (520) 834-5198 2806 W. Skyline Rd. Benson, AZ 85602

• Panero Farms Rhys & Jeanine Panero (209) 838-7570 (H) 11935 S. Van Allen Rd., Escalon, CA 95320 e-mail: panerofarms@aol.com

(Project Goats & Percentage Boer Does)

(Showpigs and breeding stock)

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• UC Davis Goat Facility Jan Carlson (530) 752-6792 Dept. of Animal Science Davis, CA 95616 Email: jlcarlson@ucdavis.edu

(Project Wethers and % Boer Does)

• White Rail Ranch Chuck & Judy Kaye (559) 788-1085 (707) 548-1486 (cell) 22819 Avenue 124, Porterville, CA 93257 Email: wrr@jps.net (Club Goats, % Does)

(East of the Rockies) breeders • Dynasty Meat Goats Terry & Alice Burks (270) 901-0053 131 Pine Bluff Court Bowling Green, KY 42104 (Meat Goats)

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Products & Services • Grainery Diane Bales (520) 834-5198 2806 W. Skyline Rd., Benzon, AZ 85602 Email: grainery_az@yahoo.com

(Full line of show supplies, equipment & feed)

• KC Photography Katina Costerisan (661) 330-6392 P.O. Box 40, Castroville, TX 78009 E-mail: kphotography@yahoo.com Website: www.kcshowpix.com (Livestock Photography)

• Kountry Feed Marianne Konda (559) 782-3330 1018 West Teapot Dome Ave. (#J) Porterville, CA 93257

(Hay, Feed, Grain, Bedding & Supplies)

• Photos by Tracy Tracy Bjornestad — Photographer (530) 339-0165 P.O. Box 2368, Flournoy, CA 96029 E-mail: photosbytracy05@aol.com

(Livestock & Special Events Photography)

• Reid cattle service Cory Reid — (209) 559-0142 12727 Hunt Rd. Farmington, CA 95230

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Open Opportunity Wether Goat Sale (Stockton Fairgrounds) Small Town Genetics Champion Drive Sale #2 (Merced County Fairgrounds) (pg.70) Mar. 11-13 California Pork Spectacular (Turlock) (pg. 70) Mar. 11-13 NJSA Western Regional (Turlock) (pg. 64) Mar. 11-13 Great Western Livestock Show (Tulare Fairgrounds) (pg. 71) Mar. 27 Small Town Genetics "Focused on Quality" Sale (Mid-State Fairgrounds) (pg. 48) Mar.-30-April 3 Jr. Grand National (Cow Palace - San Francisco) (pg. 32) Apr. 2 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale (Colusa) Apr. 14-16 57th Annual NACJA (North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture) Judging Contest (Modesto)

Dec. 4 SAILA Jackpot (Pinal County Fairgrounds - Tucson) (pg.10) Dec. 28-Jan. 1 Arizona National Livestock Show (Phoenix) (pg. 10) Dec. 30-31 Sun Classic Heifers & Feeder Steers at Arizona National (Phoenix)

CALIFORNIA Nov. 6

James Bright/Leo Bros. Steer & Select Heifer Sale (Silveira Bros. Angus Ranch - Firebaugh) Nov. 19-21 Kirk Stierwalt’s Central California Cattle Clipping Clinic (Konda Family Showbarn-Porterville) (pg.13) Nov. 20-21 CNPHA 12th Annual Hereford Classic Sale & Junior Jackpot Show (Amador Co. Fairgrounds-Plymouth) (pg. 5) Nov. 27 Triple Threat Sale (Madera Livestock Sale Facility) (pg .9) Nov. 28 Schnoor Sisters Bid-Off Sale (Chowchilla) (pg. 19) Dec. 4-5 Angus Days (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds-Turlock) (pg. 4) Dec. 11-12 Holiday Classic (Kern Co. Fairgrounds-Bakersfield) (pg. 47) Jan. 8, 2011 CSU Fresno’s Red Wave Classic Sales (Ag. Pavilion-CSU Fresno) (pg. 64) Jan. 8 Breeder, Feeder & Leader Seminar (Stockton Fairgrounds) (pg. 64) Jan. 8 Wethering the Edge Goat Sale (Stockton Fairgrounds) (pg. 71) Jan. 8 Small Town Genetics Champion Drive Sale (Merced County Fairgrounds) (pg. 32) Jan. 9 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale (Colusa) (pg. 11) Jan. 14-16 Sierra Winter Classic (Porterville Fairgrounds) Jan. 15 W-D "Kick-Off" Sale (Turlock Fairgrounds) (pg. 63) Jan. 15 BNS "Kick-Off" Sale (Turlock Fairgrounds) (pg. 65) Jan. 15 4th Annual Dynasty Project Animal Sale (Merced Fairgrounds) (pg. 64) Jan. 29 "Young Guns of the West" Sale (Dixon) (pg. 66) Feb. 5-6 19th Annual MJC Showmaster Classic Jackpot (Stanislaus County Fairgrounds - Turlock) (pg. 47) Feb. 5-6 CSU Fresno’s Red Wave Classic (Big Fresno Fairgrounds- Fresno) (pg. 69) Feb. 18-20 Cal Poly's Western Bonanza (Paso Robles) (pg. 60) Feb. 26 MJC Champions Choice Project Hog & Lamb Sale (MJC Beef Unit) (pg. 60, 63) Feb. 26 Golden Opportunity Sale (in conjunction with MJC Champions Choice Sale) (MJC Beef Unit) (pg. 11) Feb. 27 Orange Blossom Klassic (Porterville Fairgrounds) (pg. 32) Feb. 27 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale (Colusa)

NEVADA (pg. 36-38) Dec. 10-11

Western All Breeds Show & Sale (Reno)

OTHER Nov. 6-19

North American International Livestock Exposition (Louisville, KY)

Nov. 7-8

NAILE Junior Swine Show (Louisville, KY)

(pg. 42-43) Nov. 8

RW Genetics Online Showpig Sale

Nov. 12-19

NAILE Sheep Show (Louisville, KY)

Nov. 13-19

NAILE Beef Cattle Show (Louisville, KY)

Nov. 17

NAILE Junior Wether Goat Show (Louisville, KY)

Nov. 18

NAILE Boer Goat Show (Louisville, KY)

Nov. 17

Fall Classic at the North American (7 p.m. - Louisville, KY)

Nov. 22-23

Diamond M Cattle Online Sale (Online - Breeder's World)

Nov. 26

Shroyer Bred Ewe Sale (6 p.m. - Hilliard, OH)

(pg. 3) Nov. 27

Mid Continent Farms Top Cut Female Sale (Farmers Livestock Auction - Washington, KS)

(pg. 7) Dec. 4

Sullivan Ranch Presents "The Power in the Blood" Sale 2010 (Dunlap Livestock - Dunlap, IA)

(pg. 42-43) Dec. 9

RW Genetics Online Showpig and Bred Gilt Sale

Jan. 8-23

National Western Stock Show (Denver, CO)

Note — If you know of any shows we may have missed or don't have a date listed for... let us know! We update this section in each issue.

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Hereford Youth Go Out West for 2010 PRIDE Convention Nebeker, Kuna; and Brice Anderson, Buhl. Back Row from left; Guy Colyer, Bruneau; Bennett Holt, Caldwell; Bailey Anderson, Buhl; and Joe Shaw, Caldwell. Not pictured are: Jacee and Jessica Lancaster, Jerome.

Leadership development, Hereford cattle and fun highlighted the 2010 Program for Reaching Individuals Determined to Excel (PRIDE) Convention August 2-4 in Boise, Idaho. More than 110 individuals from 23 states participated in this event, hosted by the National Junior Hereford Association (NJHA). Celeste Settrini, Salinas, Calif., kicked off the conference with her message about not being afraid to be yourself and the importance of becoming an agricultural advocate. Currently serving as California Women for Agriculture president, Celeste grew up on the family Hereford ranch near Salinas and was very active in the NJHA as a youth.

Oregon delegation From left: Levi Brant, Redmond; Cooper Alexander, Redmond; Zack Hartzell,Redmond; Brandt Downing, Butte Falls; Rachel Blomquist, Bend; Amelia Stallings, Eugene; and Chelsea Castrow, Madras.

NJHA board members led a series of leadership workshops on marketing, successful meetings, and another for state association presidents and vice presidents. A highlight of the event was the opportunity to tour Idaho Hereford ranches, including Shaw Cattle Co., Caldwell; Split Butte Livestock, Minidoka; Heritage Cattle Co., Buhl; and Colyer Herefords, Bruneau. A fun time was combined with teamwork in an unforgettable whitewater rafting trip on the Payette River. Several western states sent strong delegations to the conference and participants brought back many skills and knowledge to share with their own state associations.

Washington delegation From left: Courtney Tribble,Puyallup; Haley Dorman, LaCrosse; Bryant Brown, Elma; Sky Senyohl, Enumclaw; and Leighton Dorman, LaCrosse. Not pictured are: Maggie and Ashlee Ashby, Castle Rock.

Idaho delegation Front Row from left: Heather Stovgard, Kuna; Sally Anderson, Buhl; Jerrod Berrett, Melba; Kelsey Stimpson, Melba; and Emilee Holt, Caldwell. Middle row from left: Newman Berrett, Melba; Michael Wiseman, Filer; Mark

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January 15th, 2011 Merced Fairgrounds

Sheep and Goats at 3:00 p.m. Pigs at 5:00 p.m.

This sale will feature nothing but the best, from consignors with a long history of producing winners!

Grand Champion Lamb, Nevada County Fair. Shown by James McKenzie. Bred by Image Club Lambs.

xxxx winnings xxxxx, 2010 Jr. Grand National. Shown by Tyson Brem. Bred by White Rail Ranch.

Supreme Champion Market Goat, 2010 Stanislaus County Fair. Shown by Addison Cook-Horton Bred by HJ Boer Goats. Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Supreme Champion Hog, 2010 Stanislaus County Fair. Shown by Brent Taylor. Bred by No Limit Genetics South.

Grand Champion Hog Overall, 2010 Butte County Fair. Shown by Tyler Wilkerson. Bred by No Limit Genetics South.

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog, 2010 California Pork Spectacular. Shown by xxxxxx xxxxxx. Bred by Lucky Genetics.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, 2010 Jr. Grand National. Shown by Isabella Leventini. Bred by Leventini Club Lambs.

Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Grand Champion Barrow, 2010 Western Bonanza. Shown by Matt Bradshaw. Bred by No Limit Genetics North.

Sold in last year's Dynasty Sale!

Supreme Champion Barrow & Champion Prospect Pig, 2010 Red Wave Classic. Shown by xxxxxx xxxxxx. Bred by Lucky Genetics.

Grand Champion 4-H Hog, 2010 Sonoma County Fair. Shown by Laney Klunis. Bred by No Limit Genetics North.

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“People have lost sight of what agriculture has become, but more importantly, what agriculture could be,” said Lyons. “I salute those who stand next to us to insure that we are protecting our future. We believe in the value of education. It is through education that we can accentuate the positives of our industry, of which there are many.”

The brainchild of Alltech president, Dr. Pearse Lyons, the “Giving Kids a Chance” program has engaged Alltech’s customers from around the world to secure their future and educate consumers how modern agriculture can provide safe and nutritious food at an affordable price. As more and more people migrate towards city living, the connection to the farm has become a distant memory. 126 companies worldwide stepped up to “give kids a chance” six of these companies were from California: A.L. Gilbert, Best Ag, J.D. Heiskell, Pine Creek Nutrition, Nutrius, and Western Milling.

Students arrived at the Games and had a guided tour where they saw the following exhibits within the Alltech Experience Pavilion: Feeding the World: How we will feed the 9.3 billion people in 2050.

ACE Principle: Producing products that are safe for the animal, the consumer, and the environment.

The Future of Farming: What will the farm look like in 2050?

Life Sciences: How will nutrigenomics change the way we look at human medicine?

Additionally, they attended classes to learn about equine nutrition, learned about foreign cultures when they visited the French Pavilion, home of the 2014 Games, and interacted with attendees the world over. They also received recognition at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games through a variety of marketing and advertising activities.

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Junior Livestock PRO..................12

RW Genetics............................42-43

Kent Show Feeds.....................28-29

Schnoor Sisters...............................9

King Feeds...............................28-29

Seever & Sons..............................21

Loin Eye Hog Farm......................72

Sel-Plex.........................................67

M & M Livestock..........................15

Sierra Winter Classic...................11

CJLA News, Points & Sanctioned Shows.............26-27, 30

Marshall Sheep Co.......................47

Showmaker...................................16

Mid-Continent Farms....................3

Show-Rite.....................................16

CNPHA Hereford Classic............13

Millar Farms................................69

Showstring...............................22-23

Cool Calf ......................................10

Mission Angus Ranch..................18

Silva Cattle...................................10

Arizona National Livestock Show.............................10

Dan Bush Hoof Trimming...........21

MJC Champions Choice Sale......60

Small Town Genetics, LLC..........71

Dynasty Project Animal Sale.......65

Associated Feed............................16

EDJE Technology.........................57

MJC Showmaster Classic Jackpot..........................................66

Bar Ale/Sunglo........................54-55

Evans Feed & Livestock Supply..........................60

NJSA Western Regional..............70

Sullivan Ranch...............................7

Fair Time Highlights.............31, 46

O.H. Kruse Grain & Milling...22-23

Farmers Warehouse........ Front Inside Cover

Orange Blossom Klassic..............11

Golden State Genetics.................51

Pork Palace...................................68

ADM Alliance / Showtec..............61 Advertisers Rate Sheet................41 Alltech.....................................66, 67 Alum-Line.....................................21

Bianchi Club Lambs....................72 BNS Kickoff Sale..........................63 California Angus Days.................19 California Club Calf Assn..............2 California Pork Producers Assn...................................36-38, 70

Nutrena/Showmaster....Back Cover

Ottenwalter Show Pigs................32

Golden Opportunity Sale.......60, 63

Pork Spectacular..........................70

Grand National............................48

California State Fair.................. Front Cover, 9

Great Western Livestock Show...64

Cal Poly’s Western Bonanza........69

HJ Boer Goats..............................68

CJLA Membership Application...17

Holiday Classic...............................4

Red Wave Tradition (CSU Fresno)................................47

J/4 Cattle......................................24

Rodgers Livestock..........................4

Premier 1......................................25 Purple Circle Magazine...............63

Subscription Form........................45 Sullivan Supply..............................1 Triple Threat Female Sale.............5 The Showtimes Magazine............21 Weaver Leather.............. Back Inside Cover Western All Breeds Show & Sale............................36-38 Western Regional.........................70 White Rail Ranch.........................64

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We also had the Champion and Reserve Champion Hampshire Gilts at the 2010 California State Fair Open Show!

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2nd High Selling Hampshire Gilt — 2010 World Pork Expo! Sired by: Judgement Day. Thanks to Clapp Farms for your $3,500 investment in our program. • Supreme Champion Breeding Gilt, 2010 Calif. State Fair. • Supreme Champion Jackpot Hog, 2010 Golden Empire. • Supreme Champion Jackpot Hog, 2010 Surf 'n Turf. Exhibited by Caleb Johnson. Sired by: Stimulus.

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