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In this Issue... Features Marketing in 2018................................................................... 14 New Beginnings, New Strategies........................................ 28 Livestock Judging Contest.................................. 32-34, 36-37 Meat...The End Game............................................................. 43 Reproductive Performance in the Meat Goat World......................................................... 52

Departments Subscription Form................................................................. 17 Kathleen's Korner.................................................................. 18 CJLA News, Sponsored Shows and Points..............................................................20, 21, 23, 24 Breeders Directory.....................................................44-46, 48 Products and Services........................................................... 48 Tales from the Real World.................................................... 54 Upcoming Events.............................................................. 55, 61 Show Results...................................................................... 56-57 Advertisers Index................................................................... 58 CJLA Membership Form....................................................... 62

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The holidays came and went – it seemed like in the blink of an eye! 2018 has just begun and it already feels like the months ahead are going to come and go at warp speed. There is always so much going on that it is important to stay organized. That’s easier said than done, but the one thing that helps me is to make lists. This way I can prioritize what I need to do and when. It’s a quick reference for what is coming up and also what I’ve finished. Does your list look like this? January starts out with sales for sheep, hogs, and goats, as well as a full calendar of jackpots. Add in school, sports, and 4-H and FFA activities. Then squeeze in time to work on your projects, going to shows AND doing all those things you started your list with! It is easy to get on overload. Parents are running in different directions with their children – one has to be here, the other one needs to be there. Organization is the key to keeping some sanity and peace of mind during the chaos of our busy lives. So try it! A written, visual, list is a good way stay on track. The New Year is all about resolutions. It is the start – a new beginning – a chance to do better or make changes – or regroup, get organized, or just keep plowing forward! I don’t think a New Year resolution always needs to be about changing one big thing in your life. You know –like that diet you are definitely going to stick to this time! I think a New Year resolution should be about making your life better as a whole. Maybe it’s more about a goal than a “have to make this change.” Like working together better as a family unit, or not overextending yourself and saying “no” to some things, or finding time to breathe and enjoy the moment you are in. Maybe it’s about working on being a better, happier, more peaceful person. That is what I mean – the New Year should be about making your life better. So go forward with joy and happiness and good things will come to you! I do have a resolution this year and it’s something I have been thinking about for a while. My resolution is to PAY IT FORWARD. I truly believe that every good turn starts a snowball that keeps giving on and on and on. Here in California there have been devastating fires the past several months, and in other states tragic storms. Through all catastrophes, we see hope rise up and people step up to help those in need. It restores our faith in the human spirit and brings strength and promise for a better future. There are lots of ways to pay it forward. It can be as simple as helping someone at the store or buying a coffee for the person behind you in line. It can also be contributing to something you believe in, or a good cause that the community needs. Maybe there is some way you would like to pay it forward. All good things start with one small step, so go ahead, add it to your “list” and see what you can do. With the New Year, the CJLA is very busy! The annual CJLA Award Banquet is just around the corner. This is a huge event to recognize the 2017 members for their hard work, dedication, and achievements during this past show season. We are always excited to do this for the kids, but it takes a lot of support to get it all done. We need your help! If you haven’t signed up to be a sponsor, look in this issue for more information and help us honor these kids! Give me a call or contact me if you have questions. I can share with you the details of our award program and where help is needed. The CJLA was started in 2000 and has been able to accomplish so much for our members because of the generosity of our donors. We cannot say “thank you” often enough for this wonderful support year after year! Be a part of this outstanding group who believes in these bright stars! As I sit here at my desk, I have to admit my mind is slightly overwhelmed with all that needs to be done in the next month or so. I have my spiral notebook out and am working on a to-do list for the week ahead and also making notes for the next few months as I think of something that will need to be accomplished. I never lose this notepad, it is my reference and reminder when life gets busy and I can’t remember a thing! It’s a crazy life, but it’s a good life! Keep reading each issue of the magazine for up-to-date information and articles. We cover what is going on in the western states and have many features for you to participate in throughout the year. You can also find us on our website and Facebook page, and also check out the CJLA on their website and Facebook page. If you move, be sure to let us know so we can quickly update our subscription files and you don’t miss an issue. If you want to be included in our email list, contact us so we can add you. We only send e-blasts for advertisers and important events. We never sell our email lists or provide them to other magazines or services. It is another way to keep you informed of what is going on! Spring is just ahead – Enjoy!

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Reserve Grand Champion, 2017 Butte County Fair. Shown by Payton Hubbard. Bred by A.A. Cover Club Lambs

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2018

July 13 – July 29, 2018

Livestock

(schedule subject to change)

Junior Beef, Sheep, Swine and Market Goats..... July 12-16

Featured Shows: Wether Dam Wether Sire Sheep Show, Western Regional Jr. Hampshire Sheep Show, Western Regional Junior Dorset Show, Market Heifer Show, Super Regional Jr. Shorthorn Show, All Other Breeds Beef, Hereford, Angus, Wether Dam Doe, and the Golden Opportunity Gilt Sale.

Open Beef I, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Angora Goats, Jr. & Open Boer Goats, and Jr. & Open Pygmy Goats..............July 17-20 Featured Shows: Angus Show, AHA Regional Horned & Polled Hereford Classic, Charolais Show, Medal of Excellence Limousin Classic, Red Angus Show, All Other Breeds Show, Super Regional Shorthorn Show, Regional Standard of Excellence Brangus Show, Junior Boer Goat Show and ABGA show, Junior and Open Pygmy Goat Show and California Classic Pygmy Goat Show.

Junior and Open Dairy Show............................... July 21-25 Featured Shows: Holstein Show, All California Brown Swiss Show, All California Jersey Show, Western National Guernsey Show, All California Milking Shorthorn Show, Golden State Oberhasli Specialty Show and the Junior Nigerian Dwarf Goat Show.

Open Sheep, Open Swine, Longhorns, and Llamas & Alpacas....................... July 26-29 Featured Shows: World Qualifier Texas Longhorn Show, Western Regional Hampshire Show, Southdown Show, Wether Dam Wether Sire Show, Western Regional Montadale Show, Columbia and Rambouillet Show, Dorset Show, Heritage Sheep Show, Wool and Fiber Sheep Show, Yorkshire Swine, Crossbred Swine, and the Llama and Alpaca Shows.

Entry Deadlines All Junior Livestock Entries Due: June 13 • All Open Livestock Entries Due: June 20

Fur & Feathers ENTRY DEADLINES First day to submit entries....May 1 Junior Rabbits .................. June 13 Junior Poultry ................... June 13 Avian & Rabbit Bowl ........ June 13 Premier Exhibitor ............. June 13 Junior & Open Cavies....... June 13 Open Rabbits ................... June 13 Open Poultry ................... June 13 Cavy Bowl ........................ June 13 Cornish Meet.................... June 13 County Fair Best of Show ................... June 29

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FUR & FEATHERS SHOW DATES All Junior Market Classes . July 11 Junior Rabbits .............. July 12-15 Junior Poultry ............... July 16-19 Junior & Open Cavies.... July 20-22 County Fair Best of Show Small Animal Showmanship ....... July 21 State Fair Master Showmanship.....................July 21 Open Rabbits................ July 23-26 Open Poultry .................July 27-29 DOG SHOW Dog Entries Due............... June 13 Dog Show Date................. July 21 Canine Bowl...................... July 21 19

Market animal DNA COLLECTION -

Process Allows Junior Exhibitors to Collect Their First Samples

Exhibitors wishing to enter their market animals (including market steers, market sheep, market barrows, market goats, wether dam does, crossbred gilts and wether dam wether sire sheep) in the Junior Livestock show at the 2018 State Fair must first register for the DNA Reservation and Collection online at www.castatefair.org/2018-junior-livestock Upon registration, the exhibitor will receive a collection kit to be used for the hair sample collection process. NO Market Animal will be eligible for official entry unless this sample is obtained and an official Market Registration Form has been completed. All samples will be collected by the exhibitor and a parent or leader (NO EXCEPTIONS). Your cancelled check and/or postage receipt will serve as your receipt. You will not receive notification from the California State Fair upon receipt of your sample. PLEASE NOTE: This process does not enter your animal into the 2018 California State Fair, it is only a part of the necessary requirements you will need for the market division. All animals are required to be officially entered by the owner, pay the entry fee and do so by the official entry deadline June 13, 2018. Failure to comply with the following deadlines shall result in disqualification for competition in the 2018 California State Fair. Parent/Leader/Advisor and Exhibitor must be present at time of collection. The deadlines for requesting kits and returning completed samples are as follows:

MARKET STEER DEADLINE FOR REQUESTING A KIT FOR DELIVERY VIA STANDARD US POSTAL MAIL – March 2, 2018 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -March 15, 2018 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 4:00 P.M.)

MARKET SHEEP, MARKET BARROWS AND MARKET GOATS DEADLINE FOR REQUESTING A KIT FOR DELIVERY VIA STANDARD US POSTAL MAIL – May 1, 2018 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -May 15, 2018 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 4:00 P.M)

WETHER SIRE/DAM SHEEP, WETHER DAM DOES AND CROSSBRED GILTS DEADLINE FOR REQUESTING A KIT FOR DELIVERY VIA STANDARD US POSTAL MAIL – May 31, 2018 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -- June 13, 2018 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 4:00 P.M)

For additional information, contact us at: entryoffice@calexpo.com Or Write: California State Fair Livestock Department P.O. Box 15649, Sacramento, CA 95852 (916) 263-3149 Phone (916) 263-7903 Fax

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NEWS & UPDATES!

know them. PLUS – the Heifer Divisions have been revised AND we have added the Wether Dam Ewe Division! If you have any questions about membership, divisions, or rules, please contact us right away so we can help you and you don’t miss out on any part of the association!

As you read this, 2018 has entered the record books! Some of you may wonder where the last 12 months have gone, and some of you may be ready to leap into 2018! For us at CJLA, it’s a little of both! As you read this, we are busy working on the Annual Award Banquet to honor the 2017 membership. This is always an exciting event held in February (this year it will be February 17, 2018) at the Mid State Fairgrounds in Paso Robles.

The 2018 membership application is in this issue of the magazine. WE ALSO OFFER PAYPAL ON THE CJLA WEBSITE. www. cjlainfo.com. You will be able to fill out the complete membership information when you pay by PayPal. You must join by the first show you attend in 2018 to start earning points. Remember – CALL or EMAIL if you have questions!!!

All 2017 members have received their invitation by now! Be sure to RSVP to Heidi so we can reserve your dinners for the big night! We can sure use your help with a couple of things for the banquet! We continue to need Sponsors and Donations. Everything goes back to our membership in the form of awards so it’s a very worthwhile and MUCH APPRECIATED gift. If you have any questions at all, please contact Heidi and she can discuss everything with you. We also need donations for our silent and live auction we hold each year during the banquet. This is always a highlight of the evening as everyone loves to bid on all the exciting items!

The regular method of communication from CJLA is by email. We send E-blasts through Constant Contact so if you are not hearing from us, please be sure we have your correct email address or have us add you to our lists. We also post on the website and in this magazine but you need to read our emails to receive our updates. We do our best to get the information out to you on a regular basis. And of course, we want you to contact us anytime you have questions about anything at all! It is much better to ask than to not know an answer or miss out on something!

The 2017 final points and placings are posted in this issue and on the CJLA website for anyone who would like to view them. It was definitely a competitive year as members attended sanctioned shows and exhibited their animals to earn points for the year-end awards. CJLA is so appreciative of the efforts of all our shows and our members!

So…go full speed ahead into 2018! Set new goals and work hard to achieve them! Be sure to enjoy the journey along the way! We will see you on the road!

You can also find the complete 2018 Sanctioned Show List on the website (www.cjlainfo.com) The Show List on the website has all the show details and contact information for each show. We also put a shorter version of the list in each issue of this magazine. And the shows place their ads in each issue as well. You will need to contact each show for their entries and any questions you have about their event. The 2018 Rule Book is also on the website and we encourage everyone to print a copy for reference and to review the rules throughout the year. There have been some updates, revisions, and new rules added this year so it is very important that you

CJLA Questions? Emails can be sent to cjlainfo@yahoo.com or through the CJLA website: www.cjlainfo.com Heidi Beljean: 408-888-2503 or pacshow@earthlink.net (CJLA Info, Memberships, & Sponsorships) Mary Ann Bush: 831-905-5665 or cjlainfo@yahoo.com (CJLA Rules, Points, & Shows)

2018 CJLA Sanctioned Show List (Show Information including date, location and contacts, is also available on the CJLA Website www.cjlainfo.com)

The Spring Classic Stock Show (2 Shows)..........Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe Calif. Jr. Angus State Fieldday & Preview Show.............................Heifer Calif. Jr. Charolais Assn. Fieldday & Show......................................Heifer

Pacific Elite Club Lamb & Goat Show & Sale......... Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe, Mkt. Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe

Southwest Regional Hereford Show.................................................Heifer Calif. Jr. Shorthorn Show..................................................................Heifer

Sierra Winter Classic (2 Shows)............................................. Steer, Heifer

Grand National Stock Show................................Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

24TH Annual MJC Cattle Classic-Showdown in Motown....... Steer, Heifer Red Wave Classic Jr. Livestock Show....................Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Spotlight On Quality Jr. Shorthorn Show........................................Heifer Oktoberfest Boer Goat Jackpot Show.......... Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Western Bonanza Jr. Livestock Show (2 Shows)................... Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show (2 Shows)...................... Steer, Heifer

Orange Blossom Klassic (2 Shows)........................ Lamb, Hog, Mkt. Goat

The Autumn Classic Show & Sale ….**NEW**................... Steer, Heifer

Cattlemen’s Jackpot................................................................ Steer, Heifer

CNHA Hereford Classic Jr. Jackpot Show........................................Heifer

Pacific Coast Jackpot of Gold (2 Shows).............Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Harvest Moon Jackpot Show (2 shows)..............Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Northern Exposure Spring Jackpot (2 Shows)...................... Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

Rolling Hills Boeranza (4 Shows) ................ Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

24th Annual MJC Classic Jackpot Show........ Hog, Mkt Lamb, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe, Wether Dam Ewe (tentative)

Holiday Classic (2 shows)....................................................... Steer, Heifer

Angus Days.........................................................................................Heifer

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CJLA Final Points and Placings for 2017 Steer Division ENGLISH 1. Mcpheeters, Chas...............360 2. Snook, Megan.....................318 3. Howard, Preston.................228 4. Cox, Clayton.......................214 5. Allen, Owen........................196 6. Bisagno, Katie....................148 7. Wheeler, Carly....................135 8. Howard, Trey......................108 9. Billups, Kory.........................90 10. Woods, Mackenzie...............90 11. Albrecht, Joshua.................88 12. Osborn, Faith......................85 13. Sweeney, Austin..................83 14. Orradre, Harrison..............70 15. Ross, Jaden.........................68 Campiotti, Aidriana.................60

BLACK-BLACK X 1. Henson, Maddy...................583 2. Weiman, Ashley Marie.......455 3. Sousa, Joshua.....................344 4. Wittinger, Julia...................295 5. Mallery, Grant....................270 6. Dreyer, Brian......................260 7. Wright, Laynie....................217 8. Hefner, Brittaney...............196 9. Aschwanden, Lindsey.........185 10. Branford, Madeline..........180 11. Cordova, Andrew..............170 12. Yates, Bailey.....................158 13. Traynham, Hailey............151 14. Fowler, Brandon...............150 15. Staberg, Danna.................146 Cavey, Ashleigh......................135 Campiotti, Aidriana...............135 Ross, Jaden.............................130 Wheeler, Carly........................130 Darrah, Payton.......................120 Bassett, Kendall.....................120 Kovach, Amelia.......................110 Lugo, Maggie..........................110 Kerlee, Aaron..........................105 Mansmith, Gracie...................100 Cox, Clayton...........................100 Lugo, Jacob...............................95 Mallery, Jack ...........................95 Brewen, Sarah..........................85 Woods, Mackenzie....................85 Darrah, Jarrett.........................81 Oatman, Kaitlyn......................75 Mcguire, Jeffrey........................70 Hoekstra, Tanner.....................70 Lugo, Kolbe...............................70 Bassett, Kimberlyn..................70 Schmitz, Johnny.......................65 Lugo, Analeina.........................65 Allen, Hayden...........................60 Stephens, Seth .........................60 Barnes, Axel..............................55 Roseman, Rex...........................55 Guerrero, Tyee..........................55 Branford, Sarah........................45 Osborn, Faith............................45 Cozzi, Jarod..............................41 Snook, Megan...........................35 Howard, Trey............................35 Anderson, Cody........................30 Martin, J.r.................................30 Arledge, Amanda......................15 Anderson, Courtney.................10 Brewen, Emily..........................10

ALL OTHER COLOR 1. Weiman, Ashley Marie.......506 2. Henson, Maddy...................270 3. Hubbell, Clay .....................258 4. Lugo, Analeina....................241 5. Staberg, Danna...................233 6. Carroll, Cassidy..................215 7. Darrah, Jarrett...................186 8. Wheeler, Carly....................178 9. Lugo, Maggie......................170 10. Dreyer, Brian....................165 11. Black, Brendan.................158 12. Mallery, Jack ....................140 13. Stephens, Seth .................135 14. Boynton, Katie..................125 15. Gonsalves, Riley...............115

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Schreck, Calista......................115 Vanella, Lexi...........................105 Crist, Lauryn..........................100 Cavey, Ashleigh........................90 Cassara, Tyler..........................90 Mallery, Grant..........................85 Bassett, Kimberlyn..................80 Branford, Sarah........................75 Cordova, Andrew......................75 Sousa, Joshua...........................70 Guerrero, Tyee..........................65 Suit, Tj......................................60 Orradre, Harrison....................55 Moore, Lizzie............................53 Sousa, Christopher...................40 Mcphee, Rose............................38 Albrecht, Joshua.......................30 Suit, Andy.................................30 Allen, Hayden...........................30 Brewen, Kate............................30 Carroll, Rachel.........................20 Oatman, Kaitlyn......................20 Anderson, Courtney.................15

Overall Steers 1. Weiman, Ashley Marie.......641 2. Henson, Maddy...................603 3. Wheeler, Carly....................398 4. Staberg, Danna...................379 5. Dreyer, Brian......................375 6. Mcpheeters, Chas...............360 7. Mallery, Grant....................355 8. Snook, Megan.....................353 9. Sousa, Joshua.....................344 10. Cox, Clayton.....................314 11. Wittinger, Julia.................295 12. Lugo, Analeina..................271 13. Darrah, Jarrett.................267 14. Hubbell, Clay ...................258 15. Cordova, Andrew..............245 Mallery, Jack .........................235 Howard, Preston.....................228 Cavey, Ashleigh......................225 Lugo, Maggie..........................225 Wright, Laynie.......................217 Carroll, Cassidy......................215 Ross, Jaden.............................198 Allen, Owen............................196 Hefner, Brittaney...................196 Campiotti, Aidriana...............195 Aschwanden, Lindsey............185 Bassett, Kendall.....................185 Stephens, Seth .......................185 Branford, Madeline................180 Woods, Mackenzie..................175 Yates, Bailey...........................158 Black, Brendan.......................158 Traynham, Hailey..................151 Bassett, Kimberlyn................150 Fowler, Brandon.....................150 Bisagno, Katie........................148 Howard, Trey..........................143 Osborn, Faith..........................130 Orradre, Harrison..................125 Boynton, Katie........................125 Guerrero, Tyee........................120 Darrah, Payton.......................120 Branford, Sarah......................120 Albrecht, Joshua.....................118 Schreck, Calista......................115 Gonsalves, Riley.....................115 Kovach, Amelia.......................110 Kerlee, Aaron..........................105 Vanella, Lexi...........................105 Mansmith, Gracie...................100 Crist, Lauryn..........................100 Lugo, Jacob...............................95 Oatman, Kaitlyn......................95 Cassara, Tyler..........................90 Allen, Hayden...........................90 Billups, Kory.............................90 Brewen, Sarah..........................85 Sweeney, Austin.......................83 Mcguire, Jeffrey........................70 Hoekstra, Tanner.....................70 Lugo, Kolbe...............................70 Schmitz, Johnny.......................65 Suit, TJ.....................................60 Barnes, Axel..............................55 Roseman, Rex...........................55 Moore, Lizzie............................53 Cozzi, Jarod..............................41 Sousa, Christopher...................40 Mcphee, Rose............................38 Anderson, Cody........................30

Martin, J.R................................30 Suit, Andy.................................30 Brewen, Kate............................30 Anderson, Courtney.................25 Carroll, Rachel.........................20 Arledge, Amanda......................15 Brewen, Emily..........................10 Boynton, Bella............................0 Cozzi, Justin...............................0 Daluz, Beau................................0 Forbes, Makaylah.......................0 Franks, Arden.............................0 Franks, Sydney...........................0 Franks, Joseph...........................0 Geib, Catie..................................0 Gruber, Bailey............................0 Halsey, Sarah.............................0 Martin, J.r...................................0 Mills, Kaili..................................0 Tharp, Hayley.............................0 Weaver, Sydney..........................0 Woodard, Ely..............................0

5. Hutchison, Taylor...............250 6. Day, Rachel.........................203 7. Hefner, Brittaney...............198 8. Sousa, Joshua.....................191 9. Rocha, Haley.......................175 10. Staberg, Danna.................175 11. Snook, Megan...................150 12. Cozzitorto, Georgia...........118 13. Bassett, Kimberlyn..........110 14. Weiman, Ashley Marie.......90 15. Pacheco, Brandon...............88 Bacchi, Taylor...........................83 Wheeler, Carly..........................75 Yates, Bailey.............................70 Sousa, Christopher...................55 Anderson, Courtney.................30 Mansmith, Gracie.....................20 Mills, Kaili................................20

CHAROLAIS 1. Wright, Laynie....................498 2. Rocha, Haley.......................333 3. Neimela, Levi......................311 4. Hill, Clayton.......................215 5. Pacheco, Brandon...............214 6. Pankey, Wyatt.....................100 7. Souza, Nick...........................70

Heifer Division HEREFORD 1. Dores, Kaitlin.....................526 2. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............451 3. Dewar, Meagan...................344 4. Cooley, James......................300 5. Albrecht, Joshua.................258 6. Lugo, Maggie......................180 7. Lugo, Analeina....................150 8. Dewar, Madison..................143 9. Wheeler, Carly....................128 10. Thompson, Natalie.............15

ALL OTHER PUREBRED 1. Mcphee, Rose......................256 2. Vietheer, Elizabeth.............118 3. Cardoza, Taylor....................90 4. Bassett, Kimberlyn..............73 5. Staberg, Danna.....................68 6. Rocha, Haley.........................45 7. Prentice, Amanda.................35

ANGUS

PERCENTAGE

1. Franks, Sydney...................466 2. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............455 3. Pacheco, Brandon...............426 4. Franks, Arden.....................343 5. Hefner, Brittaney...............290 6. Vietheer, Elizabeth.............288 7. Wheeler, Carly....................279 8. Carroll, Cassidy..................245 9. Traynham, Hailey..............240 10. Weaver, Sydney.................236 11. Tarr, Mason.......................235 12. Stevens, Brinlee................230 13. Franks, Joseph.................225 14. Roseman, Rex...................196 15. Dal Porto, Dawson............176 Gonsalves, Riley.....................175 Roseman, Wyatt.....................170 Welcher, Heather....................125 Righetti, Robin.......................120 Volheim, Justin.......................110 Kovach, Amelia.......................100 Cardoza, Taylor......................100 Schreck, Calista........................75 Day, Rachel...............................60 Carroll, Rachel.........................55 Dores, Kaitlin...........................38 Guerrero, Tyee..........................30 Hartill, Grant...........................25

1. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............488 2. Souza, Dana........................411 3. Kerlee, Aaron......................288 4. Vietheer, Elizabeth.............278 5. Mattos, Falynn....................270 6. Mills, Kaili..........................256 7. Cardoza, Clayton................256 8. Wright, Laynie....................190 9. Hutchison, Chaz.................185 10. Rocha, Haley.....................185 11. Yates, Bailey.....................161 12. Gonsalves, Riley...............155 13. Fowler, Brandon...............150 14. Mattos, Camryn................145 15. Scherer, Jenna..................140 Dreyer, Brian............................95 Prentice, Amanda.....................90 Hefner, Brittaney.....................85 Neimela, Levi...........................85 Bassett, Kimberlyn..................70 Guerrero, Tyee..........................50 Geib, Catie................................40 Day, Rachel...............................35 Pankey, Jenna...........................30 Weaver, Sydney........................25 Anderson, Cody........................15 Anderson, Courtney.................10 Bisagno, Katie..........................10

SHORTHORN

Overall Heifers

1. Bisagno, Katie....................491 2. Allen, Hayden.....................477 3. Wolfe, Evan.........................400 4. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............360 5. Allen, Owen........................360 6. Mills, Kaili..........................241 7. Kerlee, Aaron......................226 8. Mcpheeters, Chas...............216 9. Souza, Nick.........................140 10. Weaver, Sydney.................125 11. Staberg, Danna...................90 12. Wright, Laynie....................78 13. Mattos, Camryn..................78 14. Hartill, Drew......................40 15. Wheeler, Carly....................35

1. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............730 2. Kerlee, Aaron......................696 3. Vietheer, Elizabeth.............614 4. Pacheco, Brandon...............602 5. Wright, Laynie....................601 6. Rocha, Laney......................596 7. Rocha, Haley.......................543 8. Allen, Hayden.....................477 9. Mills, Kaili..........................462 10. Franks, Sydney.................456 11. Bisagno, Katie..................453 12. Dores, Kaitlin...................451 13. Prentice, Amanda.............421 14. Souza, Dana......................411 15. Wheeler, Carly..................397 Allen, Owen............................360 Dreyer, Brian..........................333 Hefner, Brittaney...................330 Wolfe, Evan.............................325 Franks, Arden.........................323 Neimela, Levi.........................321

MAINE-MAINTAINER 1. Rocha, Laney......................596 2. Kerlee, Aaron......................343 3. Prentice, Amanda...............316 4. Dreyer, Brian......................263

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Dewar, Meagan.......................309 Staberg, Danna.......................308 Cooley, James.........................300 Weaver, Sydney......................278 Gonsalves, Riley.....................270 Mattos, Falynn.......................270 Day, Rachel.............................263 Cardoza, Clayton....................256 Mcphee, Rose..........................256 Bassett, Kimberlyn................253 Hutchison, Taylor...................250 Carroll, Cassidy......................245 Traynham, Hailey..................240 Tarr, Mason.............................235 Yates, Bailey...........................231 Stevens, Brinlee.....................230 Franks, Joseph.......................225 Mattos, Camryn......................223 Hill, Clayton...........................215 Souza, Nick.............................210 Sousa, Joshua.........................191 Cardoza, Taylor......................190 Hutchison, Chaz.....................185 Albrecht, Joshua.....................183 Lugo, Maggie..........................180 Mcpheeters, Chas...................176 Dal Porto, Dawson..................176 Roseman, Rex.........................166 Fowler, Brandon.....................150 Snook, Megan.........................150 Lugo, Analeina.......................150 Dewar, Madison......................143 Scherer, Jenna........................140 Roseman, Wyatt.....................130 Righetti, Robin.......................120 Volheim, Justin.......................110 Pankey, Wyatt.........................100 Kovach, Amelia.......................100 Weiman, Ashley Marie.............90 Bacchi, Taylor...........................83 Welcher, Heather......................80 Guerrero, Tyee..........................80 Schreck, Calista........................75 Carroll, Rachel.........................55 Sousa, Christopher...................55 Anderson, Courtney.................40 Geib, Catie................................40 Hartill, Drew............................40 Pankey, Jenna...........................30 Hartill, Grant...........................25 Mansmith, Gracie.....................20 Anderson, Cody........................15 Aschwanden, Lindsey................0 Bauer, Harrison..........................0 Billups, Kory...............................0 Cozzi, Jarod................................0 Cozzi, Justin...............................0 Olivares, Lydon..........................0 Osborn, Faith..............................0 Setser, Kiersten..........................0 Stephens, Seth ...........................0 Tharp, Hayley.............................0 Thompson, Natalie.....................0 Vanella, Lexi...............................0 Woods, Mackenzie......................0

Ellis, Gracia................................0 Fetterman, Kade........................0 Howard, Trey..............................0 Martin, J.r...................................0 Martin, J.r...................................0 Orradre, Harrison......................0 Stevens, Brinlee.........................0 Sweeney, Austin.........................0

13-15 1. Dreyer, Brian......................280 2. Rocha, Haley.......................260 3. Henson, Maddy...................200 4. Wright, Laynie....................170 5. Aschwanden, Lindsey.........150 6. Vietheer, Elizabeth.............145 7. Franks, Sydney...................130 8. Darrah, Payton...................105 9. Mcpheeters, Chas.................90 10. Carroll, Cassidy..................85 11. Allen, Hayden.....................80 12. Cordova, Andrew................70 13. Mcphee, Rose......................60 14. Mills, Kaili..........................50 15. Cox, Clayton.......................50 Hartill, Grant...........................35 Crist, Lauryn............................20 Mansmith, Gracie.....................15 Guerrero, Tyee..........................10 Hubbell, Clay ...........................10 Weaver, Sydney........................10 Howard, Preston.........................5 Miller, Elyssa..............................5 Abner, Riley................................0 Albrecht, Joshua.........................0 Anderson, Cody..........................0 Bassett, Kendall.........................0 Billups, Kory...............................0 Bowe, Garrett.............................0 Boynton, Bella............................0 Brewen, Sarah............................0 Campiotti, Aidriana...................0 Cardoza, Clayton........................0 Carroll, Rachel...........................0 Corron, Kayli..............................0 Cumming, Maddy.......................0 Fellows, Emma...........................0 Fischer, Alexis.............................0 Hagerman, Sydney.....................0 Hartill, Drew..............................0 Hernandez, Josie........................0 Lugo, Jacob.................................0 Mallery, Jack .............................0 Olivares, Lydon..........................0 Pankey, Wyatt.............................0 Roseman, Wyatt.........................0 Seever, Hailey.............................0 Setser, Kiersten..........................0 Shepps, Hailey............................0 Sousa, Joshua.............................0 Souza, Nick.................................0 Suarez, Amy...............................0 Suit, Andy...................................0 Vanella, Lexi...............................0

Beef Showmanship

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9-12

1. Souza, Dana........................300 2. Pacheco, Brandon...............180 3. Hefner, Brittaney...............115 4. Weiman, Ashley Marie.......110 5. Snook, Megan.....................110 6. Day, Rachel...........................90 7. Stephens, Seth .....................80 8. Yates, Bailey.........................75 9. Bisagno, Katie......................75 10. Dewar, Madison..................70 11. Prentice, Amanda...............60 12. Cavey, Ashleigh..................40 13. Bassett, Kimberlyn............35 14. Hutchison, Taylor...............35 15. Roseman, Rex.....................30 Boynton, Katie..........................25 Scherer, Jenna..........................25 Dewar, Meagan.........................20 Pankey, Jenna...........................20 Mcguire, Jeffrey........................15 Fowler, Brandon.......................15 Neimela, Levi...........................10 Gonsalves, Riley.........................5 Ross, Jaden.................................5 Anderson, Courtney...................0 Arledge, Amanda........................0 Barnes, Axel................................0 Bauer, Harrison..........................0

1. Cozzitorto, Georgia.............320 2. Rocha, Laney......................240 3. Staberg, Danna...................235 4. Wheeler, Carly....................230 5. Mattos, Falynn....................150 6. Hutchison, Chaz...................95 7. Schreck, Calista....................90 8. Wittinger, Julia.....................70 9. Mattos, Camryn....................65 10. Dores, Kaitlin.....................65 11. Lugo, Analeina....................60 12. Lugo, Maggie......................40 13. Allen, Owen........................40 14. Cassara, Tyler.....................40 15. Mallery, Grant....................15 Franks, Arden...........................10 Kovach, Amelia.........................10 Andersen, Jake...........................0 Bacchi, Taylor.............................0 Bianchi, Abby.............................0 Brewen, Kate..............................0 Cardey, Tristan...........................0 Cardoza, Taylor..........................0 Cooley, James.............................0 Daluz, Beau................................0


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Black, Brendan...........................0 Branford, Madeline....................0 Branford, Sarah..........................0 Brewen, Emily............................0 Cooper, Kaela..............................0 Cozzi, Jarod................................0 Cozzi, Justin...............................0 Dal Porto, Dawson......................0 Darrah, Jarrett...........................0 Douglas, Abigail.........................0 Edwards, Sydney........................0 Forbes, Makaylah.......................0 Franks, Joseph...........................0 Geib, Catie..................................0 Gruber, Bailey............................0 Halsey, Sarah.............................0 Hill, Clayton...............................0 Hoekstra, Tanner.......................0 Hudson, Nikolas.........................0 Hults, Karleen............................0 Kerlee, Aaron..............................0 Lorenz, Camille..........................0 Lugo, Kolbe.................................0 Moore, Lizzie..............................0 Oatman, Kaitlyn........................0 Osborn, Faith..............................0 Perry, Brittany............................0 Ratkovich, Nicholas...................0 Righetti, Robin...........................0 Riley, Morgan..............................0 Schmitz, Johnny.........................0 Sousa, Christopher.....................0 Suit, Tj........................................0 Tarr, Mason.................................0 Tharp, Hayley.............................0 Thompson, Natalie.....................0 Traynham, Hailey......................0 Volheim, Justin...........................0 Welcher, Heather........................0 Wolfe, Evan.................................0 Woodard, Ely..............................0 Woods, Mackenzie......................0

Market Hogs 9-12 1. Jasper, Jacob.......................687 2. Col, Josh .............................503 3. Abrahams, Torie.................475 4. Stonebarger, Allison...........450 5. Price, Samuel......................405 6. Herrera, Bella.....................325 7. Col, Sami.............................280 8. Beck, Kourtney ..................275 9. Davi, Marissa.....................250 10. Nissen, Shelby, .................245 11. Boles, Claire......................220 12. Minetti, Charlie................180 13. Filkins, Taylor...................150 14. Tracy, Lillian.....................135 15. Aguiar, Bryson..................115 Correia, Connor........................90 Ledezma, Jesse.........................85 Minetti, Anna...........................60 Sterling, Julia...........................55 Bettencourt, Emma..................50 Rezendes, Lucas.......................45 Sterling, Jada...........................45 Unsell, Malana.........................40 Unsell, Justin...........................30 Bliss, Kendra..............................0 Bettencourt, Kaylee...................0 Ogan, Sydney..............................0 Price, Hunter..............................0 Steiner, Victoria Lynn................0

13-15 1. Gillard, Kilee......................656 2. Rodgers, Alia.......................566 3. Meitrott, Morgan................495 4. Bliss, Lauren......................455 5. Becker, Coleton...................425 6. Corey, Rodric.......................405 7. Nissen, Maddy....................378 8. Coonce, Alexie.....................295 9. Johnson, Kaitlyn................260 10. Botelho, Taylor..................255 11. Dotson, Marissa................220 12. Rezendes, Michael............220 13. Calbreath, Colton.............190 14. Bramsen, Madisen...........190 15. Beck, Lindsey ....................95 Filkins, Mallory........................35 Roche, Maggie...........................35 Horwath, Mari............................5 Chaddock, Rebecca.....................5 Belli, Payton...............................0 Downs, Savanah.........................0

Gritts, Brittany..........................0 Verdegaal, Grace........................0

16-19 1. Terra, Keaton......................590 2. Seymore, Hannah...............586 3. Hurst, Madison...................584 4. Pringle, Halie......................463 5. Falaschi, Corie Lee.............415 6. Debusk, Wyatt....................380 7. Calbreath, Jackson.............375 8. Johnson, Elijah...................366 9. Borba, Eleanor....................360 10. Andrade, Genna................348 11. Davi, Mackenzie...............300 12. Farquharson, Amanda.....280 13. Moore, Jenna....................275 14. Banducci, Brianna............260 15. Autry, Paige......................245 Rivera, Megan........................195 Banta, Tucker.........................190 Giovannoni, Ernie..................160 Sterling, Jessica.......................95 Gaasch, Alisyn..........................80 Mundello, Nicol........................70 Coffman, Bailey........................60 Mckeague, Ethan.....................40 Bond, Dyllan...............................0 Bond, Dylan................................0 Giovannoni, Emie.......................0 Hanchai, Isabel..........................0 Rezendes, Andrew......................0 Verdegaal, Clay..........................0

Overall Hogs 1. Jasper, Jacob.......................687 2. Gillard, Kilee......................656 3. Terra, Keaton......................590 4. Seymore, Hannah...............586 5. Hurst, Madison...................584 6. Rodgers, Alia.......................566 7. Col, Josh .............................503 8. Meitrott, Morgan................495 9. Abrahams, Torie.................475 10. Pringle, Halie....................463 11. Bliss, Lauren....................455 12. Stonebarger, Allison.........450 13. Becker, Coleton.................425 14. Falaschi, Corie Lee...........415 15. Corey, Rodric.....................405 Price, Samuel..........................405 Debusk, Wyatt........................380 Nissen, Maddy........................378 Calbreath, Jackson.................375 Johnson, Elijah.......................366 Borba, Eleanor........................360 Andrade, Genna.....................348 Herrera, Bella.........................325 Davi, Mackenzie.....................300 Coonce, Alexie.........................295 Farquharson, Amanda...........280 Col, Sami.................................280 Beck, Kourtney ......................275 Moore, Jenna..........................275 Johnson, Kaitlyn....................260 Banducci, Brianna..................260 Botelho, Taylor.......................255 Davi, Marissa.........................250 Nissen, Shelby, ......................245 Autry, Paige............................245 Boles, Claire...........................220 Rezendes, Michael..................220 Dotson, Marissa......................220 Rivera, Megan........................195 Bramsen, Madisen.................190 Banta, Tucker.........................190 Calbreath, Colton...................190 Minetti, Charlie......................180 Giovannoni, Ernie..................160 Filkins, Taylor........................150 Tracy, Lillian..........................135 Aguiar, Bryson........................115 Sterling, Jessica.......................95 Beck, Lindsey ..........................95 Correia, Connor........................90 Ledezma, Jesse.........................85 Gaasch, Alisyn..........................80 Mundello, Nicol........................70 Minetti, Anna...........................60 Coffman, Bailey........................60 Sterling, Julia...........................55 Bettencourt, Emma..................50 Rezendes, Lucas.......................45 Sterling, Jada...........................45 Mckeague, Ethan.....................40 Unsell, Malana.........................40 Filkins, Mallory........................35 Roche, Maggie...........................35

Unsell, Justin...........................30 Horwath, Mari............................5 Chaddock, Rebecca.....................5 Bliss, Kendra..............................0 Belli, Payton...............................0 Bettencourt, Kaylee...................0 Bond, Dyllan...............................0 Bond, Dylan................................0 Downs, Savanah.........................0 Giovannoni, Emie.......................0 Gritts, Brittany..........................0 Hanchai, Isabel..........................0 Ogan, Sydney..............................0 Price, Hunter..............................0 Rezendes, Andrew......................0 Steiner, Victoria Lynn................0 Verdegaal, Grace........................0 Verdegaal, Clay..........................0

Bond, Dyllan...............................0 Bond, Dylan................................0 Coffman, Bailey..........................0 Gaasch, Alisyn............................0 Giovannoni, Emie.......................0 Hanchai, Isabel..........................0 Johnson, Elijah...........................0 Mckeague, Ethan.......................0 Mundello, Nicol..........................0 Rezendes, Andrew......................0 Verdegaal, Clay..........................0

Market Lambs 9-12 1. Woods, Emma.....................560 2. Anderson, Bailey................536 3. Power, Kendal.....................460 4. Bell, Austin.........................360 5. Gragnani, Falynn...............353 6. Lewis, Jake.........................340 7. Ledesma, Oscar..................235 8. Ellis, Gracia........................190 9. Ward, Emily........................185 10. Hall, Adrienne..................155 11. Freitas, Kiley....................125 12. Hoekstra, Kenzie..............120 13. Parks, Emily.......................70 14. Knight, Lexie......................55 15. Shane, Austin.....................50 Loogman, Steven......................15 Schneider, Emma.....................10 Andersen, Jake...........................0 Bianchi, Abby.............................0 Cooley, James.............................0 Diaz, Chloe.................................0 Flores, Nathan............................0 Witt, Kensington........................0

Hog Showmanship 9-12 1. Jasper, Jacob.......................295 2. Col, Josh .............................260 3. Stonebarger, Allison...........250 4. Col, Sami.............................175 5. Abrahams, Torie.................170 6. Davi, Marissa.......................90 7. Sterling, Julia.......................75 8. Price, Samuel........................55 9. Nissen, Shelby, .....................55 10. Ledezma, Jesse...................40 11. Herrera, Bella.....................25 12. Sterling, Jada.....................25 13. Beck, Kourtney ..................25 14. Aguiar, Bryson....................10 15. Correia, Connor..................10 Bliss, Kendra..............................0 Bettencourt, Emma....................0 Bettencourt, Kaylee...................0 Boles, Claire...............................0 Filkins, Taylor............................0 Minetti, Charlie..........................0 Minetti, Anna.............................0 Ogan, Sydney..............................0 Price, Hunter..............................0 Rezendes, Lucas.........................0 Steiner, Victoria Lynn................0 Tracy, Lillian..............................0 Unsell, Malana...........................0 Unsell, Justin.............................0

13-15

1. Gillard, Kilee......................285 2. Rodgers, Alia.......................240 3. Meitrott, Morgan................225 4. Bliss, Lauren......................210 5. Nissen, Maddy....................130 6. Coonce, Alexie.....................120 7. Becker, Coleton...................110 8. Botelho, Taylor......................30 9. Bramsen, Madisen...............20 10. Roche, Maggie.....................20 11. Beck, Lindsey ....................15 12. Filkins, Mallory..................15 13. Corey, Rodric.........................5 14. Johnson, Kaitlyn..................5 15. Rezendes, Michael................5 Belli, Payton...............................0 Calbreath, Colton.......................0 Chaddock, Rebecca.....................0 Dotson, Marissa..........................0 Downs, Savanah.........................0 Gritts, Brittany..........................0 Horwath, Mari............................0 Verdegaal, Grace........................0

1. Andersen, Kiley..................697 2. Woods, Madison..................653 3. Meads, Maci........................614 4. Shepps, Hailey....................606 5. Johnson, Chancelyn...........578 6. Basila, Dilan.......................508 7. Seever, Hailey.....................508 8. Parker, Laney.....................465 9. Hoekstra, Colton................410 10. Vanella, Lexi.....................410 11. Brassfield, Kaycee............280 12. Tanson, Callie...................270 13. Lewis, Ty...........................265 14. Vering, Gabby...................245 15. Pelowski, Morgan.............165 Gomes, Jeanettte....................165 Peterson, Mary Pat.................150 Bowe, Garrett.........................150 Corron, Kayli..........................140 Layne, Allison.........................140 Roso, Valerie...........................120 Freitas, Marin........................115 Mcmann, Kari.........................105 Rotta, Nicole...........................100 Shane, Emma...........................90 Simonsma, Nichole...................80 Reynolds, Nicole.......................80 Wilhelm, Valerie.......................75 Brooks, Jacquelyn....................70 Hazen, Aubrie...........................50 Moser, Noah..............................45 Hagerman, Sydney...................20 Gonsalves, Reese......................15 Olivares, Lydon..........................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0 Zepeda, Brandi...........................0

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16-19

1. Seymore, Hannah...............265 2. Hurst, Madison...................190 3. Pringle, Halie......................140 4. Calbreath, Jackson.............130 5. Davi, Mackenzie.................120 6. Falaschi, Corie Lee.............115 7. Debusk, Wyatt....................100 8. Farquharson, Amanda.........85 9. Terra, Keaton........................80 10. Borba, Eleanor....................65 11. Sterling, Jessica..................65 12. Andrade, Genna..................60 13. Autry, Paige........................50 14. Moore, Jenna......................40 15. Banducci, Brianna..............30 Banta, Tucker...........................30 Giovannoni, Ernie......................5 Rivera, Megan............................5

1. Edwards, Sydney................656 2. Smith, Shane......................640 3. Pendleton, Marissa.............576 4. Chapton, Kylie....................573 5. Layne, Amber.....................484 6. Galhano, Chris ...................480 7. Curutchague, Taylor...........380 8. Griffiths, Maddie................375 9. Morgan, Blake....................346 10. Morino, Luke....................225 11. Adam, Abigail...................215 12. Autry, Paige........................45 13. Ramos, Jessica....................10 14. Boynton, Katie......................5 14. Pere, Alanna.........................5 14. Thomsen, Taylor...................5 Bernal, Douglas .........................0 Lorenz, Camille..........................0

13-15

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Nelson, Hannah..........................0

Overall Lambs 1. Andersen, Kiley..................697 2. Edwards, Sydney................656 3. Woods, Madison..................653 4. Smith, Shane......................640 5. Meads, Maci........................614 6. Shepps, Hailey....................606 7. Johnson, Chancelyn...........578 8. Pendleton, Marissa.............576 9. Chapton, Kylie....................573 10. Woods, Emma...................560 11. Anderson, Bailey..............536 12. Basila, Dilan.....................508 13. Seever, Hailey...................508 14. Layne, Amber...................484 15. Galhano, Chris .................480 Parker, Laney.........................465 Power, Kendal.........................460 Vanella, Lexi...........................410 Hoekstra, Colton....................410 Curutchague, Taylor...............380 Griffiths, Maddie....................375 Bell, Austin.............................360 Gragnani, Falynn...................353 Morgan, Blake........................346 Lewis, Jake.............................340 Brassfield, Kaycee..................280 Tanson, Callie.........................270 Lewis, Ty.................................265 Vering, Gabby.........................245 Ledesma, Oscar......................235 Morino, Luke..........................225 Adam, Abigail.........................215 Ellis, Gracia............................190 Ward, Emily............................185 Pelowski, Morgan...................165 Gomes, Jeanettte....................165 Hall, Adrienne........................155 Peterson, Mary Pat.................150 Bowe, Garrett.........................150 Corron, Kayli..........................140 Layne, Allison.........................140 Freitas, Kiley..........................125 Roso, Valerie...........................120 Hoekstra, Kenzie....................120 Freitas, Marin........................115 Mcmann, Kari.........................105 Rotta, Nicole...........................100 Shane, Emma...........................90 Simonsma, Nichole...................80 Reynolds, Nicole.......................80 Wilhelm, Valerie.......................75 Parks, Emily.............................70 Brooks, Jacquelyn....................70 Knight, Lexie............................55 Hazen, Aubrie...........................50 Shane, Austin...........................50 Moser, Noah..............................45 Autry, Paige..............................45 Hagerman, Sydney...................20 Loogman, Steven......................15 Gonsalves, Reese......................15 Schneider, Emma.....................10 Ramos, Jessica..........................10 Boynton, Katie............................5 Pere, Alanna...............................5 Thomsen, Taylor.........................5 Andersen, Jake...........................0 Bernal, Douglas .........................0 Bianchi, Abby.............................0 Cooley, James.............................0 Diaz, Chloe.................................0 Flores, Nathan............................0 Lorenz, Camille..........................0 Nelson, Hannah..........................0 Olivares, Lydon..........................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0 Witt, Kensington........................0 Zepeda, Brandi...........................0

Lamb Showmanship 9-12 1. Anderson, Bailey................310 2. Gragnani, Falynn...............290 3. Woods, Emma.....................250 4. Hoekstra, Kenzie................235 5. Power, Kendal.....................195 6. Ellis, Gracia........................180 7. Bell, Austin.........................110 8. Ward, Emily..........................85 9. Freitas, Kiley........................65 10. Lewis, Jake.........................55 11. Hall, Adrienne....................45 12. Shane, Austin.....................40

13. Ledesma, Oscar..................30 14. Parks, Emily.......................15 Andersen, Jake...........................0 Bianchi, Abby.............................0 Cooley, James.............................0 Diaz, Chloe.................................0 Flores, Nathan............................0 Knight, Lexie..............................0 Loogman, Steven........................0 Schneider, Emma.......................0 Witt, Kensington........................0

13-15 1. Andersen, Kiley..................305 2. Shepps, Hailey....................300 3. Johnson, Chancelyn...........250 4. Woods, Madison..................220 5. Hoekstra, Colton................200 6. Vering, Gabby.....................130 7. Bowe, Garrett.....................125 8. Basila, Dilan.......................120 9. Meads, Maci........................115 10. Seever, Hailey.....................80 11. Parker, Laney.....................80 12. Lewis, Ty.............................60 13. Tanson, Callie.....................50 14. Vanella, Lexi.......................35 15. Peterson, Mary Pat.............35 Simonsma, Nichole...................25 Wilhelm, Valerie.......................20 Brassfield, Kaycee....................20 Moser, Noah..............................20 Mcmann, Kari...........................20 Gomes, Jeanettte......................15 Brooks, Jacquelyn....................10 Corron, Kayli..............................0 Freitas, Marin............................0 Gonsalves, Reese........................0 Hagerman, Sydney.....................0 Hazen, Aubrie.............................0 Layne, Allison.............................0 Olivares, Lydon..........................0 Pelowski, Morgan.......................0 Reynolds, Nicole.........................0 Roso, Valerie...............................0 Rotta, Nicole...............................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0 Shane, Emma.............................0 Zepeda, Brandi...........................0

16-19 1. Edwards, Sydney................315 2. Smith, Shane......................260 3. Chapton, Kylie....................225 4. Morgan, Blake....................185 5. Griffiths, Maddie................160 6. Pendleton, Marissa.............155 7. Layne, Amber.....................140 8. Curutchague, Taylor...........125 9. Galhano, Chris ...................110 10. Autry, Paige........................65 11. Adam, Abigail.....................55 12. Morino, Luke........................5 Bernal, Douglas .........................0 Boynton, Katie............................0 Lorenz, Camille..........................0 Nelson, Hannah..........................0 Pere, Alanna...............................0 Ramos, Jessica............................0 Thomsen, Taylor.........................0

Overall Wether Dam Does 1. Johnson, Chancelyn...........548 2. Riley, Morgan......................534 3. Matsumoto, Katie...............520 4. Bowe, Garrett.....................480 5. Cumming, Maddy...............468 6. Cooper, Kaela......................448 7. Gragnani, Falynn...............445 8. Shepps, Hailey....................381 9. Mcphee, Rose......................375 10. Edwards, Sydney..............333 11. Bianchi, Abby....................310 12. Ellis, Gracia......................180 13. Suarez, Amy......................140 14. Andersen, Jake.................110 15. Ratkovich, Nicholas..........100 Corron, Kayli............................70 Hults, Karleen..........................55 Perry, Brittany..........................55 Boynton, Bella..........................50 Douglas, Abigail.......................50 Halsey, Sarah...........................35 Lorenz, Camille........................30 Fellows, Emma.........................15

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Miller, Elyssa............................10 Fetterman, Kade......................10 Abner, Riley................................0 Cardey, Tristan...........................0 Fischer, Alexis.............................0 Hagerman, Sydney.....................0 Hernandez, Josie........................0 Hudson, Nikolas.........................0 Seever, Hailey.............................0

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Market Goats 9-12

One Day

1. Anderson, Bailey................622 2. Forster, Kyleigh..................561 3. Ellis, Gracia........................255 4. Gragnani, Falynn...............205 5. Camou, Gabriella...............200 6. Hall, Adrienne....................170 7. Camou, Sophia....................165 8. Diniz, Charlize....................165 9. Morelos, Kathleen..............155 10. Lewis, Jake.......................100 11. Fetterman, Kade.................95 12. Orradre, Bennett................85 13. Actis, Isabella.....................75 14. Thomsen, Kendyl................70 15. Hopfe, Tristyn.....................65 Cardey, Tristan...........................0 Gritts, Kimberly.........................0 Mills, Maci..................................0

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1. Johnson, Chancelyn...........694 2. Shepps, Hailey....................677 3. Vering, Gabby.....................538 4. Bowe, Garrett.....................440 5. Basila, Dilan.......................435 6. Matsumoto, Katie...............418 7. Cumming, Maddy...............409 8. Diniz, Alexis........................245 9. Mcphee, Rose......................193 10. Fellows, Emma.................150 11. Corron, Kayli....................135 12. Miller, Elyssa....................103 13. Freeman, Abigail................95 14. Boynton, Bella....................55 15. Abner, Riley........................50 Freeman, Caleb........................45 Horal, Katherine......................40 Marriott, Elizabeth..................40 Moser, Noah..............................35 Hernandez, Josie......................20 Fischer, Alexis.............................0 Lewis, Ty.....................................0 Pelowski, Morgan.......................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0

(Angels Camp, CA)

For Entries and Information:

Shawna Davis — 209/736-0630 Email: shawna.davis@genpl.com Melissa Walraven — 209/736-0761 Email: mel@caltel.com

16-19 1. Edwards, Sydney................470 2. Hibbitts, Starr....................440 3. Garcia, Hannah..................305 4. Chapton, Kylie....................280 5. Cooper, Kaela......................268 6. Riley, Morgan......................250 7. Diniz, Katelyn.....................195 8. Douglas, Abigail..................160 9. Hudson, Nikolas.................135 10. Hults, Karleen..................130 11. Hudson, Brad....................115

11. Lorenz, Camille................100 12. Perry, Brittany....................65 13. Saunders, Sage...................35 14. Duncan, Savanna...............35 15. Brogdon, Abigail.................25

Overall Goats 1. Johnson, Chancelyn...........694 2. Shepps, Hailey....................677 3. Anderson, Bailey................622 4. Forster, Kyleigh..................561 5. Vering, Gabby.....................538 6. Edwards, Sydney................470 7. Bowe, Garrett.....................440 8. Hibbitts, Starr....................440 9. Basila, Dilan.......................435 10. Matsumoto, Katie.............418 11. Cumming, Maddy.............409 12. Garcia, Hannah................305 13. Chapton, Kylie..................280 14. Cooper, Kaela....................268 15. Ellis, Gracia......................255 Riley, Morgan..........................250 Diniz, Alexis............................245 Gragnani, Falynn...................205 Camou, Gabriella...................200 Diniz, Katelyn........................195 Mcphee, Rose..........................193 Hall, Adrienne........................170 Diniz, Charlize.......................165 Camou, Sophia.......................165 Douglas, Abigail.....................160 Morelos, Kathleen..................155 Fellows, Emma.......................150 Corron, Kayli..........................135 Hudson, Nikolas.....................135 Hults, Karleen........................130 Hudson, Brad.........................115 Miller, Elyssa..........................103 Lewis, Jake.............................100 Lorenz, Camille......................100 Fetterman, Kade......................95 Freeman, Abigail......................95 Orradre, Bennett......................85 Actis, Isabella...........................75 Thomsen, Kendyl.....................70 Perry, Brittany..........................65 Hopfe, Tristyn...........................65 Boynton, Bella..........................55 Abner, Riley..............................50 Freeman, Caleb........................45 Horal, Katherine......................40 Marriott, Elizabeth..................40 Duncan, Savanna.....................35 Moser, Noah..............................35 Saunders, Sage.........................35 Brogdon, Abigail.......................25 Hernandez, Josie......................20 Cardey, Tristan...........................0 Fischer, Alexis.............................0 Gritts, Kimberly.........................0 Lewis, Ty.....................................0 Mills, Maci..................................0 Pelowski, Morgan.......................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0

Goat Showmanship

3. Ellis, Gracia........................245 4. Forster, Kyleigh..................225 5. Bianchi, Abby......................210 6. Hall, Adrienne....................165 7. Camou, Gabriella.................75 8. Actis, Isabella.......................75 9. Camou, Sophia......................35 10. Lewis, Jake.........................30 11. Thomsen, Kendyl................15 12. Morelos, Kathleen..............10 13. Hopfe, Tristyn.....................10 Andersen, Jake...........................0 Cardey, Tristan...........................0 Diniz, Charlize...........................0 Fetterman, Kade........................0 Gritts, Kimberly.........................0 Mills, Maci..................................0 Orradre, Bennett........................0

13-15 1. Johnson, Chancelyn...........320 2. Shepps, Hailey....................305 3. Bowe, Garrett.....................290 4. Vering, Gabby.....................240 5. Basila, Dilan.......................200 6. Matsumoto, Katie...............175 7. Cumming, Maddy.................95 8. Corron, Kayli........................75 9. Mcphee, Rose........................45 10. Suarez, Amy........................35 11. Freeman, Caleb..................35 12. Moser, Noah........................25 13. Freeman, Abigail................15 14. Horal, Katherine................15 15. Diniz, Alexis........................10 Abner, Riley................................0 Boynton, Bella............................0 Fellows, Emma...........................0 Fischer, Alexis.............................0 Hagerman, Sydney.....................0 Hernandez, Josie........................0 Lewis, Ty.....................................0 Marriott, Elizabeth....................0 Miller, Elyssa..............................0 Pelowski, Morgan.......................0 Russell, Jessica...........................0 Seever, Hailey.............................0

16-19 1. Edwards, Sydney................320 2. Cooper, Kaela......................265 3. Riley, Morgan......................225 4. Garcia, Hannah..................135 5. Douglas, Abigail..................105 6. Chapton, Kylie....................100 7. Hibbitts, Starr......................70 8. Hudson, Nikolas...................40 9. Saunders, Sage.....................40 10. Perry, Brittany....................30 11. Hults, Karleen....................30 12. Diniz, Katelyn.....................25 13. Ratkovich, Nicholas............25 14. Duncan, Savanna...............25 Brogdon, Abigail.........................0 Halsey, Sarah.............................0 Hudson, Brad.............................0 Lorenz, Camille..........................0

9-12 1. Anderson, Bailey................320 2. Gragnani, Falynn...............305

Congratulations to the CJLA membership on an outstanding 2017 show season! See page 62 for info on joining for 2018! JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018

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33rd Annual Show!

Steer and Heifer Show

Aaron Kerlee Competes at Ohio Youth Cattle Shows

March 3rd & 4th, 2018

Aaron Kerlee of Denair, California, recently travelled to Ohio to exhibit his crossbred prospect steer at two major youth jackpot shows put on by the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association as part of their BEST show series.

Amador County A weekend for competitive exhibitors Fairgrounds and family fun! Plymouth, California

Saturday

Heifer Show

Cash and prizes for Divisions, Supreme and Reserve Champion

First up was the “Heart Of It All Show” at the Allen County Fairgrounds in Lima over the weekend of November 25th-26th. There were 707 head shown – 317 heifers and 390 market animals. Judges for the show were Jerrod Arthur, OK and Brett Carter, OK. In Ring A, Aaron’s entry was first selected as Champion Crossbred and then went on to being chosen Reserve Champion Overall Market Animal. Moving on to Ring B, Aaron and his fancy prospect continued to stand out as he was again named Champion Crossbred and then went on to win the Overall Champion Market Animal title.

Sunday

Steer and Market Heifer Show Awards and Cash for Divisions and Supreme.

Cash, Belt Buckles, Other Awards & more...

Two weeks later on December 9th and 10th, Aaron exhibited his steer at the AGR Ohio Holiday Classic held at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus. This event saw 601 head entered – 261 heifers and 360 market animals. The judges were Blaine Rodgers, MO and Trae Simmons, IN. Once again Aaron stood in the final drive having the Overall Champion in Ring A and the Reserve Overall Champion in Ring B. His entry was first named Champion Crossbred in both rings with the crossbred steer division having the largest number entries of any breed.

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NOTE: To collect CJLA points, exhibitors must be at least 9 years old as of 1/1/2017.

To avoid a late fee, entries must be submitted by Friday, Feb. 24th.

NOTE: Online Entries Only — Starting January 1st!!

CPPA Seeks Youth Committee Applications for 2017-2018

See our website for updates and listing of division breaks, and other important revisions to classes and schedule.

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Breeders Directory To include your listing, call Heidi at 408-888-2503 or William at 662-305-5434

Cattle Breeders

California

• 5-R Way Ranch Show Cattle Sheree Ryan (661) 245-3884 (H); (661) 619-5246 (C) Frazier Park, CA Email: 5rwayranch@gmail.com Website: www.5rwaycattle.com (Show Steers & Heifers – Sold Private Treaty Year Round)

• Alto Herefords

Larry Alto Family 7803 Myrtle Ave., Eureka, CA 95503 (707) 443-4727 (Bulls, Heifers, Steers)

• AWE Cattle Co.

Mike Wolfe (916) 704-5832 Adam Wolfe (916) 704-4799 11950 Sarayah Lane, Herald, CA 95638 Email: mwolfe@softcom.net (Club Calves & Show Heifers – Crossbreds & Shorthorns)

• Backer Cattle Co.

Nick Backer (916) 531-0908 Elk Grove, CA Email: mbarps2@frontiernet.net (Show Steers & Heifers)

• Bennett Land & Cattle

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

• Brocco Show Cattle

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

• CC Cattle Co.

Jodi Carbett: (760) 217-9999 Jacqui Cloutier: (951) 235-8774 19474 Jurupa Ave., Bloomington, CA 92316 Email: fatcalfkid@yahoo.com (Show Steers & Heifers – private treaty)

• Clevenger Cattle Company

Sam Clevenger 2680 Hwy. 46 West, Paso Robles CA 93446 (805) 305-3417 Email: Sam@clevengercattlecompany.com Website: www.clevengercattlecompany.com (Club Calves & Show Heifers)

• Colburn Cattle Co.

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

• Coy Cattle Co.

Bryan, Shari, Travis and Tyler Coy (559) 298-9757 Travis: (559) 392-8772 Email: travis@coycattleco.com Website: www.coycattleco.com (Club Calves – Steers & Heifers; available year-round)

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• D-B Club Calves

• Irwin Cattle

• Poncetta Farms

• J/4 Cattle Company

• R&R Farms

Paul, Terr & Shelby Irwin Paul's cell: (707) 974-5678 Terri's cell: (707) 695-1620 Dixon, CA Website: www.irwincattle.com Email: paul@irwincattle.com (Show Steers & Heifers)

David Sr. & David Brown 1560 Ellenwood Rd., Waterford, CA 95386 (209) 602-8745 (Club Calves)

• Dillabo Livestock

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

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

• Double E Hay & Cattle

Ed & Eric Bright 16120 Buchanan Hollow Rd. Le Grand, CA 95333 Ed (209) 389-4060; Eric (209) 761-6607 (Chi-Maine, Short, Angus, X-bred)

• Johns Cattle Co.

Deron, Karen, Layton, and Brett Johns 27613 Avenue 196, Strathmore, CA 93267 Deron (559) 647-1611; Layton (559) 359-6843 (Show Steers & Heifers, Market Heifers, Breed Heifer Prospects)

• Fair Cattle Co.

Todd Fair 5731 N. Hickman Rd., Denair, CA 95316 (209) 667-9220; (C) (209) 648-8240 Email: faircattle@gmail.com Website: www.faircattle.com (Club Calves & Show Heifers)

• K2 Show Cattle

Kyle Long 184 Bright Star Road Valley Springs, CA 95252 (C) (209) 728-7414; (H) (209) 920-4093 Email: k2showcattle@gmail.com Website: www.k2showcattle.com (Purebred Shorthorns & Short.-Maine X — Steers & Heifers)

• G/M Cattle Company

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

• Leo Bros. Cattle Co.

Matt and Amanda Leo (209) 587-5838 606 Figmond Ave., Snelling, CA 95369 Website: www.brightleo.com Email: Matt@leoparreira.com (Reg. Herefords, Shorthorns, Angus, Chi-Maines and Xbred Show Steers)

• Geist Cattle

Gary & Linda Geist (559) 674-4117 Shane, Kimberly, Kendall & Kayden (559) 674-4174; (C) (559) 363-4117 16540 Road 31, Madera, CA 93636 (Reg. Maines, Club Calves)

• L/S Show Cattle

Valerie & David Last Valerie: (760) 224-2980 Kelsey Schott (760) 877-8135 12296 Lilac Hill,Valley Center, CA 92082 Website: www.lsshowcattle.weebly.com Email: dvlast@gmail.com (Show Steers & Heifers)

• Gonsalves Ranch

Joey, Kristy, Riley & Reese Gonsalves; Mike Gonsalves 7243 Maze Blvd., Modesto, CA 95358 (209) 526-3006; Mike - (209) 578-3252 (Reg. & Commercial Angus, Club Calves)

• M2 Cattle Co.

• Grimsley Cattle & Goats

Mike Rivas (559) 285-2467 Woodlake, CA (Show Steers & Heifers)

Austin Grimsley (831) 207-7564 P.O. Box 1009, Tres Pinos, CA 95075 Email: austingrimsley@yahoo.com Website: www.grimsleycattle.com (Club Goats & Purebred Seedstock)

• M&M Livestock

Martin & Stacey Machado (209) 652-6946 P.O. Box 24 8171 N. Buhach Rd. , Winton, CA 95388 (Club Calves, Heifers)

• Hartill Cattle Co.

Todd Hartill (530) 755-9495 247 Wildwood Rd., Arbuckle, CA 95912 Email: hartillcattle@gmail.com (Show Heifers & Club Calves – Simmentals, Angus, Shorthorn and Crossbreds)

• Morrell Ranches

• H.A.V.E. Angus

Barry, Carrie & Bailey Morrell 5640 County Road 65, Willows, CA 95988 (530) 934-2047 (H); (530) 218-5507 (C) Email: morrellranches@aol.com (Reg. Hereford Show Heifers & Steers, and X-Bred Show Steers)

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

• Hildebrand Hay and Cattle

• Newton Cattle

John & Danya Hildebrand Jarred, Darcie and Jase Hildebrand (707) 349-6502 or (707) 272-1450 9301 Busch Lane, Potter Valley, CA 95469 Email: luvmycows64@gmail.com (Purebred Herefords, Show Steers & Heifers)

J Newton (559) 284-9115 27390 Sales Creek Rd., Clovis, CA 93619 Email: j-newton77@hotmail.com (Club Calves & Res. Breeding Show Heifers)

• Noble Cattle Company

Chad Noble 28679 Mtn. Rd. 120, Porterville, CA 93257 (559) 788-0659 (Reg. Shorthorns & Club Calves)

• Imhof Cattle Co.

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

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David & Michael Poncetta 10454 Wible Road, Bakersfield, CA 93313 David: (661) 978-3320; Michael: (661) 978-0955 Email: davidponcetta@aol.com Email: michaelponcetta@gmail.com (Show Heifers & Steers, Bulls, Seedstock – Shorthorns, Angus & Crossbreds) Bob Ross (408) 221-3023 P.O. Box 20668, San Jose, CA 95160 (Reg. Hereford Genetics - Show Heifers, Bulls, Embryos, Semen)

• Radiant Reds

Megan Shepherd P.O. Box 97, Bella Vista, CA 96008 (916) 705-1582 Email: radiantreds@gmail.com Website: www.radiantredsredangus.com (Red Angus Show Heifers, Steers & Bulls; Crossbred Show Heifers & Steers)

• Red River Farms

Michael Mullion - (760) 464-3906 Bob Mullion - (760) 861-8366 13750 West 10th Ave., Blythe, CA 92225 Email: redriverfarms@gmail.com (Purebred & Percentage Simmentals – Bulls, Heifers & Steers)

• Reis Livestock

Tony, Mary, Nathan, Natalie & Nicole Reis 648 Cowee Ave., Gridley, CA 95948 (530) 682-0317 (H); (530) 682-0305 (Nathan’s Cell) www.reislivestock.com (Charolais Heifers, Bulls & Steers; X-Bred Heifers & Steers)

• Rockin S Ranch

Ric Schultz (559) 281-2244 17554 S. Chateau-Fresno Ave. Riverdale, CA 93656 Email: rockinsranchinc@hotmail.com Website: www.rockinsranchinc.com (Club Calves, Angus Show Animals)

• Rodgers Livestock

Blaine & Melissa Rodgers 2399 N. Riverbend Ave., Sanger, CA 93657 Email: rodgerslivestock@aol.com Website: www.rodgerslivestock.com (C) (559) 314-4630; (H) (559) 287-6619 (Club Calves)

• Santos Hereford Ranch

Corinne Santos (209) 201-2292 Susan Santos (209) 632-4747 Hilmar, CA Email: santosherefords@gmail.com (Res. Hereford Heifers, Steers & Seedstock; Crossbred Steers & Heifers)

• Schnoor Sisters Cattle Co. Amanda, Kirbe and Sydney Schnoor 11564 Ave. 26, Chowchilla, CA 93610 (559) 665-1991 (Show Steers & Heifers; Reg. Angus Cattle)

• Seever & Son Cattle Co.

Lou Seever 3687 Old Santa Rita Rd., Pleasanton, CA 94588 (M) (925) 989-9069; (Day) (925) 463-3443 (N) (925) 820-5392 (Maines, Chimaines, X-Breds – Show Steers & Heifers)


• Shasta College Farm

B.J. Macfarlane 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA 96003 (530) 242-7564 Email: bmacfarlane@shastacollege.edu (Club Calves, Show Heifers)

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

• Genoa Livestock

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

• Strickler Livestock

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

Idaho

• Holt Family Cattle

Scott, Kim, Emilee and Ben Holt Scott – (207) 850-1329 Emilee – (208) 965-3130 20079 Homedale Rd., Caldwell, ID 83607 Email: emileeholt15@gmail.com Website: www.holtcattle.com (Hereford Show Heifers, Bred Heifers & Bulls)

• Kootenai Land & Cattle

Eddie Davis (208) 660-9065 (C) 9983 N. Happy Trail, Rathdrum, ID 83858 Email: eddie@basin-resources.com Facebook: Kootenai Land & Cattle (Club Calves – Annual Sale 1st Sunday of Oct.; Females sold private treaty)

Steve/Tina P.O Box 869, Denair, CA 95316 (760) 554-0424 (C); (209) 669-1410 (H) Email: hampman911@hotmail.com (Club Lambs, Rams & Ewes)

• Ahart Club Lambs

Greg and Mary Ahart 7 Carvel Place, Sacramento, CA 95835 (916) 928-9336; Greg’s Cell: (916) 396-2333 Mary’s Cell: (916) 612-1241 Email: greg@ahartclublambs.com (Club Lambs,Wether Sires and Dams)

Deanna Bustos (541) 891-4152 (C) 17465 Harpold Rd., Malin, OR 97632 Email: shugsdeanna@icloud.com (Specialize in club calf steers & maternal replacement heifers)

• Ansolabehere/Carter Club Lambs

• Stateline Cattle Co.

Doris Gallup (541) 891-5443 Malin, OR Email: statelinecattleco@gmail.com (Crossbred Club Calves; Reg. Angus – Heifers & Bulls)

Fred Ansolabehere Jr.; Lance Carter 33383 7th Standard Road Bakersfield, CA 93314 Fred (661) 589-5521; Lance (661) 342-0278 fred@atginternet.com dlcarter25@hotmail.com Website: www.ansolabehereclublambs.com (Dorsets, Suffolks, Hampshires, Club Lambs)

• Traynham Ranches

Brad & Buckley Cox 1881 Brophy Rd., Eagle Point, OR 97524 (541) 840-5797 or (541) 826-3650 Website: www.traynhamranch.com Email: info@traynhamranch.com (Angus, Maine influenced & Shorthorn Cattle; Steer & Heifer Prospects available)

• Asmus Club Lambs

Jed & Brandi Asmus 5750 E. Harney Lane, Lodi, CA 95240 (530) 304-0389 www.asmusclublambs.com (Club Lambs)

Utah

• Bianchi Club Lambs

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

• Top Hat Simmentals

Chris & Allison Beins Family (435) 257-0654 11945 N 3400 W, Deweyville, UT 84309 Website: www.tophatsimmentals.com Email: tophatsimmentals@gmail.com (Show Heifers & Steers, and Bulls – Purebred and Percentage Simmentals)

California

• Abatti/Wills Club Lambs

• Haggard Show Cattle

• Wheeler Cattle

Toby & Jessica Wheeler 1125 Penman Springs Road Paso Robles, CA 93446 (805) 801-2460 (C); (805) 226-9913 (H) Email: wheelercattle@gmail.com Website: www.wheelercattlecompany.com (Club Calves, Show Heifers and Bulls)

Oregon

Lee and Glenda Stilwell 14043 Algoma Rd., Klamath Falls, OR 97601 (541) 884-4881 (H); (541) 892-8966 (C) Email: cicattle@gmail.com (Limousin and Angus Seedstock, Project Steers and Heifers)

• Ward Cattle Co.

Frank & Christina Ward (530) 204-7124 Orland, CA Email: wardcattlecompany@yahoo.com Website: www.wardcattleco.com (Show Steers & Heifers, Angus Bulls)

Bailey — (559) 202-5325 Carmel — (559) 280-9907 3230 North Craycroft Road #3 Tucson, AZ 85712 Email: Spaulding.bailey@yahoo.com (Club Lambs)

• Country Inn Cattle Co.

• Wagner Livestock, LLC

Arizona

• Spaulding Club Lambs

Michelle McEntire & Mike Smith (541) 805-1007 Elgin, Oregon Email: sales@buffbeef.com Website: www.buffbeef.com (Purebred Limousin and Lim-Flex Bulls)

• Teixeira Cattle Co.

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

• Cummings Club Lambs

• Buff Beef Ranch

• 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)

Sheep Breeders

Chris Beck - (618) 367-5397 640 Genoa Lane, Minden, NV 89423 Website: www.genoalivestock.com (Registered Hereford Show Heifers, Steers, Bulls. Visitors always welcome!)

• Spring Valley Land & Livestock

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

• Chico State Sheep & Goat Unit

John Dixon (C) (509) 751-6208; (H) (509) 843-1464 P.O. Box 399, Pomeroy, WA 99347 Email: dixonjohnandlaura@hotmail.com Facebook: Dixon Land and Livestock (Club Calves – Annual Sale 1st Sunday of Oct.; Females sold private treaty)

• Brumley Farms

• Silva Cattle

Randy & Rhonda Silva 37378 Rd. 20, Kingsburg, CA 93631 (559) 897-0311; (559) 288-3856 (cell) Email: rscows64@yahoo.com Website: www.silvacattle.com (Reg. Maine Heifers & Club Calves)

Nevada

• Dixon Land & Livestock

• Brem Club Lambs

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

Washington

• C&E Club Lambs

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

• Damar Farms, Inc.

Randy & Debbi Repp 3001 Pennington Road, St. John, WA 99171 (509) 648-3885 Email: memevent@stjohncable.com (Shorthorn Show Heifers & Steers)

Dr. Celina Johnson, Faculty Supervisor 311 Nicholas C. Schouten Lane Chico, CA 95928 (530) 898-6024 Email: sheepunit@gmail.com Website: www.clublambpage.com/chicostate (Sheep and Goats) Bob & Joanne Cummings 4115 Vineyard Dr., Paso Robles, CA 93446 (805) 239-2635 (Club Lambs & Wether Sires)

• Del Petersen Club Lambs

www.petersenclublambs.com 710 N. Thompson Road, Nipomo, CA 93444 (805) 478-7963 Email: del_petersen@aol.com (Hampshire, Suffolk & X-Bred Club Lambs – Wether Sires)

• Estes Show Lambs

Hop & Debbie; Ryan & Mona Lisa 1375 N. Academy Ave., Sanger, CA 93657 (559) 301-3241 Email: ryanestes@hotmail.com Website: www.estesshowlambs.com (Show Lambs)

• Farao Club Lambs

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

• Fly'n Club Lambs

Todd, Erin and Bryce Peters; Sandy Parker Todd: (530) 713-3499 2377 Hale Rd., Marysville, CA 95901 Email: toddpeters77@aol.com Facebook page: Fly'n Club Lambs (Club Lambs, wether sires and dams, available year-round)

• Image Club Lambs/ Layne Suffolks

Dan & Marlys Layne (Scott, Keri & Stacy) 3113 North Ave., Modesto, CA 95357 (209) 632-8623; (209) 549-7849 (Club Lambs, Reg. Suffolks)

• KR Club Lambs

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

• Labrucherie Land & Livestock Bob & Leslie Labrucherie (559) 673-4332 or 675-0663 9671 Road 28 1/2, Madera, CA 93637 (Club Lambs,Wether Sires and Dams)

• Leventini Club Lambs

Mike Leventini Sr.: (209) 605-3274 Mike Leventini Jr.: (707) 624-6766 624 South Indiana Ave., Modesto, CA 95357 (Club Lambs,Wether Sires & Dams)

• Lopez Club Lambs

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

• Maddux Ranch/ Outlaw Club Lambs

Harry, Jan, Todd, Nikki Maddux 2675 E. Westfall Rd., Mariposa, CA 95338 (209) 966-4942 (Blackface, Dorset, Specks, Southdowns – Club Lambs)

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• Mayo Club Lambs

Don & Denise Mayo 1844 McDonald Ave., Live Oak, CA 95953 (530) 695-1555 (H); (661) 978-1364 (C) Email: denyse1013@aol.com (Club Lambs & Wether Sires)

• Merced College

Jaime Farao 3600 M. Street, Merced, CA 95348 (H) (209) 854-1033; (C) (209) 384-6299 Email: faraoj@mccd.edu (Show Lambs)

• Shining Star Club Lambs

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

• Nicewonger Club Lambs

John & Carol Nicewonger 6706 Lon-dale Rd., Oakdale, CA 95361 (209) 847-8976 Email: nicelamb@cwngt.com (Club Lambs)

• Riverbend Southdowns

Dean & Nomie Kautz 5619 Chico Ave., Kingsburg, CA 93631 (559) 897-5470 (H); (559) 859-5230 (C) Shelbi Kautz (559) 859-2249 Email: kauzkngsbrg@aol.com Website: www.riverbendsouthdowns.com (Registered Seedstock, Club Lambs)

• Shadow Oaks Ranch Club Lambs Jim Clayton 1084 W. Prosperity Ave., Tulare, CA 93274 (559) 688-7645; Cell: (559) 901-5990 Email: jamesshadow5@sbcglobal.net Website: www.shadowoaksranch.com (Club Lambs)

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018

Dion Ashurst - (760) 427-0468 Brock Ashurst - (760) 427-0464 Herdsman: Chandler Ryan - (805) 423-4644 Email: dion@desertshowpigs.com Website: www.desertshowpigs.com (Hamps, Durocs,Yorks & X-Breds; Show Pigs & Seedstock)

Gypsy, Gary & Calder Keene 13736 Lambuth Road, Oakdale, CA 95361 (209) 613-7015 E-mail: heygoat27@aol.com Website: www.sunrisesheepcompany.com (Club Lambs,Wether Sires and Dams)

• Generation X Farms

Allan Rios (209) 617-7987 2736 W. Chamberlain Rd., El Nido, CA 95317 Email: show.generationx@gmail.com Website: www.genxfarms.com (Show Pigs & Seedstock Supplier)

• Three Sisters Sheep

Cindy Freed (530) 304-8899 Williams, CA Email: cfreed@colusanet.com Website: www.threesisterssheep.com (Club Lambs,Wether Dams & Rams)

• Golden State Genetics

Rachelle Bailey 445 S. Blaker Rd., Turlock, CA 95380 (209) 277-2509 (cell); (209) 656-9550 (Office) Email: GoldenStateSwine@aol.com (Hamps,Yorks, Durocs, Landrace, X-Breds; Breeding Stock, Show Pigs, Semen)

• UC Davis Sheep Facility

Kyle Wood (260) 578-1769 Animal Science Department, Davis, CA Email: riconway@ucdavis.edu Email: kswood@ucdavis.edu Website: www.animalscience.ucdavis.edu (Club Lambs, Ewe Lambs & Prospect Rams)

• High Class Genetics

J.D. Ferrero - (707) 540-5595 Tami Ferrero - (707) 217-7573 826 Colleen Drive, Windsor, CA 95492 Email: jdferrero@ymail.com (Show Pigs, Seedstock)

• Wyman Club Lambs

Brad Wyman (559) 289-0369 Auberry, CA Email: wymancameron@yahoo.com Website: www.wymanclublambs.com (Wether type breeding stock and club lambs)

• Loin Eye Hog Farms

Paul J. Fernandes, Jr. 4362 Esmar Rd., Ceres, CA 95307 H (209) 664-0309 • M(209) 608-2697 Email: loineyefarms@aol.com (Yorks, Hamps, X-breds)

• Zeigler Club Lambs

Steve & Cindi Zeigler (760) 445-2162 2126 Boundary Ave., Ramona, CA 92065 Website: www.zeiglerclublambs.com Email: steve@zeiglerclublambs.com (Hamp & Suffolk Cross — Club Lambs)

• Richardson Livestock

Jake (530) 613-1395 Ben & Geldie (530) 305-1839 Auburn, CA Email: Jake.richardson9@gmail.com Website: www.jrichardsonlivestock.com (Club Lambs)

• Desert Show Pigs

• Sunrise Sheep Company

• Reedley College Agriculture & Natural Resources David Lopes 995 N. Reed Ave., Reedley, CA 93654 (559) 683-0319 Email: david.lopes@reedleycollege.edu Website: www.reedleycollege.edu (Club Lambs)

Cy Hawkins 2299 Zumwalt Rd., Williams, CA 95987 (530) 473-2264 (H); (530) 701-8298 (C) Email: cyhawkinsagency@gmail.com Website: cyhawkinsshowpigs.com (Breeding Stock — Yorkshire and Crossbred)

Jim, Kristi, Bobby & Shyann Mattes PO Box 22, O’Neal’s, CA 93645 (559) 276-5704; (B) (559) 868-3323 (Club Lambs)

• Ponce Club Lambs

Gabe Ponce (805) 878-9046 Nipomo, CA Email: gabeponce44@gmail.com Website: www.petersenclublambs.com (Show Lambs)

• Cy Hawkins Showpigs

• Spring Valley Land & Livestock

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

Matt Perkins (530)798-9281 12236 Robinson Rd., Gridley, CA 95948 E-mail: mattperkins1997@hotmail.com www.perkinsfamilyclublambs.com (Club Lambs)

Wes Barone 5675 S. Pedersen, Reedley, CA 93654 (408) 981-4881 (Hamps,Yorks, Durocs – Show Pigs & Semen)

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

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

• Perkins Family Club Lambs

• Bar-One Swine Farm

• Spring Creek Ranch Club Lambs

• Nunes Club Lambs & Project Goats

• Pavletich Club Lambs

Russ Miller 125 Sutherland Dr., Auburn, CA 95603 (530) 277-7375 (Specializing in Black Exotic and Hamp Show Pigs)

Jeffrey & Nancee Siebert 30689 Dutra Lane, Oakdale, CA 95361 (H) (661) 724-2441; (C) 805) 358-3716 Email: nansiebert@yahoo.com Website: www.siebertgenetics.com (Club Lambs, Southdowns & Club Pigs)

• Morino Brothers Club Lambs

• M.B. Show Pigs

Mario & Michele Buoni 10400 Old River Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93311 (661) 397-8940; (661) 201-3042 (c) (Hamps, Durocs,Yorks, Chesters, Spots – Show Hogs)

Swine Breeders

• Modesto Junior College

John Mendes 435 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 575-6205 Email: mendesj@mjc.edu (Breeding Stock, Project Pigs, Semen Sales)

California

• A One Show Pigs

• Siebert Genetics

• Modesto Junior College

Marleise Boyd 435 College Ave., Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 575-6210; (209) 581-1972 (C) Email: boydm@mjc.edu (Show Lambs)

Paul Strametz 702 McMahon Rd., Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 801-1715 (C) Email: shiningstarduo@aol.com (Quality Club Lambs)

Arizona

• Nasser Show Pigs

• No Limit Genetics, LLC

Larry, Adam and Rex Mendonza 5720 Woodland Avenue, Modesto, CA 95358 Larry: (209) 605-9903 • Adam: (209) 602-6106 Rex: (209) 988-1751 Website: www.nolimitgenetics.com (Year Round Show Pigs & Seedstock)

• Ottenwalter Show Pigs

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

• Power House Farms

Nathan Copp (Los Banos) 2129 S. 10th St., Los Banos, CA 93635 H: (209) 827-0460; C: (559) 280-0119 (Show Pigs & Breeding Stock)

• Reedley College Agriculture & Natural Resources David Lopes - (559) 683-0319 995 N. Reed Ave., Reedley, CA 93654 Email: david.lopes@reedleycollege.edu Website: www.reedleycollege.edu (Duroc,Yorkshire, X-Breds — Breeding Stock & Club Pigs)

• Salinas River Genetics

Christian (805) 835-1812 Chris (805) 391-0930 4340 Ramada Drive, Paso Robles, CA 93446 Email: srg_genetics@aol.com Website: www.SalinasRiverGenetics.com (Show Hogs & Seedstock – Yorks, Hamps, Durocs & Crossbreds)

• Seaver Show Pigs

Jerry Seaver - (530) 458-2026 4209 Hwy. 45, Colusa, CA 95932 (Hamps,Yorks, X-Breds – Show Pigs)

• Shasta College Farm

B.J. Macfarlane 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA 96003 (530) 242-7564 Email: bmacfarlane@shastacollege.edu (X-Breds,Yorks & Durocs — Show Pigs)

• Small Town Genetics

James Backman 2812 N. Hickman Rd., Denair, CA 95316 (209) 620-4106 (c) Email: smalltown@fire2wire.com (Yorks, Hamps, Durocs, Show Pigs)

• Triangle L Farms

Josh, Clarice & Kayleigh Luis (209) 604-8695 14545 East Donahue Ave., Ripon, CA 95366 Email: trilfarms@velociter.net (Yorks, Hamps, X-Bred — Show Pigs)

Nevada

• Malay Show Pigs

Earl – (775) 945-0381 Paul – (775) 316-0395 3405 Upper Valley Rd., Lovelock, NV 89419 Website: www.malayshowpigs.com (Show Pigs and Seedstock)

• Moench Farms

Tom, Tyler, Carson and Cole Nasser Queen Creek, Arizona Tom: (480) 628-8282 Tyler: (480) 282-7325 Email: Tom@nassershowpigs.com Website: nassershowpigs.com (Crossbred & Purebred Showpigs available year-round)

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

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Oregon

• Krische Family Swine

Ed, Sharon & Logan 12107 Meadows Rd., White City, OR 97503 (541) 826-1416; (541) 944-1549 (cell) Email: edkrische@gmail.com Website: krischefamilyswine.com (Club pigs, seedstock and semen)

• Milliron Showpigs

Don & Geri Milliron (c) (541) 279-3616; (h) (541) 728-6364 900 NW Pershall Way, Redmond, OR 97756 Email: millironshowpigs@outlook.com Website: www.millironshowpigs.com (Show Pigs, Seedstock & Semen)

Meat Goats

California

• Megan Elwood

• Del Sol Goats

• Moonstone Ranch, Inc.

Megan Shepherd - (916) 705-1582 P.O. Box 97, Bella Vista, CA 96008 Email: radiantreds@gmail.com Website: www.radiantredsboergoats.com (Fullbloods, Percentages and Wethers)

Dan and Mary Ann Bush 2345 Salinas Rd., San Juan Bautista, CA 95045 (831) 623-4316; (831-905-5665 (C) Email: mbush1102@sbcglobal.net (Show Wethers & Percentage Does)

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

Vince & Pam Sola; Tony & Emily Coito P.O. Box 190, Tipton, CA 93272 (559) 901-1781 Email: Pam1334@aol.com Website: www.delsolgoats.com (Show wethers, Full Bloods and % Does)

• Richardson Livestock

• Flying S Livestock

Jake (530) 613-1395 Ben & Geldie (530) 305-1839 Auburn, CA Email: Jake.richardson9@gmail.com Website: www.jrichardsonlivestock.com (Show Goats)

Jack, Sarah, Nicole & Jared Smith P.O. Box 81505, Bakersfield, CA 93380 (661) 399-0507 Email: flyingslivestock@yahoo.com (Show Wethers)

• Shasta College Farm

• HJ Boer Goats

B.J. Macfarlane 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding, CA 96003 (530) 242-7564 Email: bmacfarlane@shastacollege.edu (Percentage Does,Wethers)

Kyle & Stephanie Jefferson - (209) 840-8214 16972 Seidner Ave., Escalon, CA 95320 Email: hjboergoats@yahoo.com Website: www.hjboergoats.com (Show Wethers and Does)

• JC Boer Goats

• Ariaz Mtn. Ranch

Pat Ariaz 10180 Hayward Rd., La Grange, CA 95329 (209) 969-4307 (cell); home: (209) 852-9606 Email: patariaz@yahoo.com (Fullblood & percentage does & wethers)

• Brem Show Goats

Jim and Pam Brem 19387 Rd. 248, Strathmore, CA 93267 (559) 568-0358 (Show Wethers & Does)

AUCTIONEERS

• Bush Show Goats

• UC Davis Goat Facility

Julie Carreiro - (831) 297-2216 5300 San Felipe Rd., Hollister, CA 95023 Phil Lopez - (707) 695-1075 Email: info@jcboergoats.com Website: www.jcboergoats.com (Fullblood boer goats & market wethers; artificial insemination services)

Rachel Conway (707) 845-8291 Kyle Wood (260) 578-1769 Animal Science Dept., Davis, CA Email: riconway@ucdavis.edu Email: kswood@ucdavis.edu (Project Wethers and % Boer Does)

• Willoughby Show Goats

Patrick Willoughby - (805) 801-0743 Nipomo, CA Email: willoughbyshowgoats@gmail.com Facebook: Willoughby Show Goats (Show Wethers)

Idaho

• Holt Meat Goats

Holt Family Kim (208) 841-8250 Ben (208) 546-2310 20079 Homedale Rd., Caldwell, ID 83607 Email: kkholt1@msn.com (Purebred Boer wethers & does)

East of the Rockies • Hummel Livestock

Dale Hummel (815) 405-4111 Craig Benoit (815) 383-9727 3980 N. 1500 E Road Cabery, IL 60919 Email: Hummellivestock@gmail.com Website: Hummellivestock.com (Club wethers; Commercial & % does)

• White Rail Ranch

• Maggenti Show Goats

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

Michael Poncetta - (661) 978-0955 1742 Renfro Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93314 Email: michaelponcetta@gmail.com (Show Wethers, Percentage Does)

Products & Services

• Gator Auction Co.

Col. Geoff Gates - (559) 977-1318 Clovis, CA Email: gatorauctions@comcast.net (Specializing in all classes of Livestock)

BUILDINGS • Webb & Son

Deron & Karen Johns, Lic. No. 335463 678 N. Plano St., Porterville, CA 93257 Phone: (559) 784-2951; Fax: (559) 782-1804 Deron Johns: (559) 647-1611 Kari Rivera: (559) 306-7010 (Commercial, Industrial, Agricultural, Institutional Construction. Fairgrounds Construction, Show Barns, Sale Facilities, Equestrian Arenas, Metal Buildings)

FEED COMPANIES • ShowMaster Feeds

Cargill Animal Nutrition, Cargill Inc. P.O. Box 369, Stockton, CA 95201 (209) 982-4632 Website: www.showmasterfeeds.com (“Nourishing Animals Through Successful Partnerships”)

FENCING

• Live Wire Products Inc.

(530) 432-8028 10187 Commercial Ave., Penn Valley, CA 95946 Email: info@livewireproducts.com Website: www.livewireproducts.com (Permanent & Temporary Fencing for all your livestock needs; Livestock Scales, Handling Equipment and much more!)

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HAULING

• 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)

• Bob May Livestock & Hauling

Bob & Nancy May (530) 200-0866 8233 NE Watts Rd., Fletcher, OK 73541 Email: ca.bobmaylivestock@yahoo.com www.bobmaylivestock.com (For all your livestock needs. Check out our website for all we have to offer!)

• Show Photo by Katina

Katina Costerisan (661) 330-6392 108 Maple St., Thedford, NE 69166 E-mail: katina@showphotobykatina.com Website: www.showphotobykatina.com (Livestock Photography)

• Rocking P Transport

Jamee Boyce 515/537-4068 E-mail: rockingptransport@gmail.com (Livestock hauling nationwide)

SUPPLEMENTS

• Leading Edge Supplements (Thrive for the Drive)

JEWELRY

Kristen Andersen (707) 695-2812 Email: leadingedgesups@gmail.com www.facebook.com/LeadingEdgeSupplements (We carry many of the Top Livestock Supplements and Show Supplies)

• Evans Silver

Tom & Carrie Moxon Shop: (541) 826-1958; Cell: (541) 944-9960 P.O. Box 1092, Eagle Point, OR 97524 Email: evanssilver@hotmail.com Website: www.evanssilver.com (Specializing in custom sterling, gold and exceptional ranch jewelry)

• Winners Edge®

Cleat Stephens, President (800) 332-9331 Website: www.WinnersEdgeUSA.com (Complete, All-Natural,Vitamin & Mineral Feed Supplements — Growing Champions since 1982)

PHOTOGRAPHERS

SUPPLIES

• Bassett Photography

• Glamb Jams

Amanda – (661) 709-9710 Email: bassett.amanda.j@gmail.com Website: www.bassettphotography.zenfolio.com (Fairs, graduation pictures, farm pictures, specialty livestock photos, weddings, parties, events & more)

Denese Luthi (925) 726-9870 Email: glambjams@yahoo.com (Tubes for Lambs and Goats, and custom jams for Dogs; Canvas Covers)

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• KB Livestock Show Supplies

Kelly Bianchi (831) 801-7002 7430 Lovers Lane, Hollister, CA 95023 Email: kellyannbianchi@gmail.com Website: kblivestocksupplies.com (Weaver Brand Livestock Grooming Products – Aerosols & Liquids, Cattle Supplies, Sheep Supplies, Goat Supplies, Swine Supplies, Equipment, Grooming Supplies, Clippers & Blades)

• The Nasco Catalog Outlet Store (209) 545-1600 ext 124&139 Store fax (209) 846-6557 4825 Stoddard Rd., Modesto, CA 95356 Email: modestostore@enasco.com website: www.enasco.com (Ag supplies and equipment, incl. products for animal ID, showing & grooming, breed promotion, A.I., animal health, crops & soils, plus hundreds of hard-to-find farm items. Also boots and clothing, housewares & gift items.)

• Sullivan’s Supply

Isaac Lewis (559) 772-9115 5991 E. Kettleman Lane Lodi, CA 95240 Email: isaac@sullivansupply.com Website: www.sullivansupply.com (Show supplies, feed supplements, halters, blankets, brushes, and much more — for all species)


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May 19-20 Modesto Jr. College Ace Livestock Pavillion

Shoemake Ave, Modesto, CA 95358 Certified Dorper Judge:

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Dorper Entries Are OPEN TO THE WORLD! Entry Deadline: March 10

Sheep Check-in: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday, May 18

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December 13, 20

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Moench Farms

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' 80th annivers

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TALES FROM THE

REAL WORLD

By Brooke Bennett

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Show Heifers and Steers Available Year-Round.

Specializing in keeping your cattle on the right track for showring success!

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831-623-4316 2345 Salinas Road San Juan Bautista, CA 95045


UPCOMING

EVENTS ARIZONA

(pg.30-31)Mar. 11 Small Town Genetics Online Sale (at sconlinesales.com) (pg. 49)Mar. 17-18 Northern Exposure Spring Jackpot (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center, Corning) Mar. 24 MJC Field Day (Modesto Jr. College, Modesto) (pg. 22)Mar. 26-28 California Livestock Judges Conference (Fresno) (pg. 5)Mar. 31 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale #4 (at the ranch, Colusa) April 7 TCA Classic Steer & Heifer Show (Placer Co. Fairgrounds, Roseville) (pg. 12-13)April 7 24th Annual MJC Classic Jackpot (Agriculture Pavilion – MJC West Campus, Modesto) (pg. 15)April 14 Sutter Buttes Invitational Lamb Sale (Butte Co. Fairgrounds - Gridley) (pg. 50)April 14 Clash for Cash (Butte Co. Fairgrounds - Gridley) April 28-29 The Spring Classic Stock Show (Tehama District Fairground, Red Bluff) May 11-13 Tony Niccoletti Memorial Jackpot Show (Yreka) (pg. 5)May 12 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale #5 (at the ranch, Colusa) (pg. 50)May 19-20 Western States Dorper Assoc. Show & Sale (Agriculture Pavilion – MJC West Campus, Modesto) May 26-27 California Junior Angus State Fieldday/Preview Show (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds, Turlock) May 26-27 California Junior Shorthorn Show (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds, Turlock) May 26-27 Southwest Regional Hereford Show (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds, Turlock) June 2 North Coast Jr. Meat Goat Show (Ukiah) June 16 Stateline Spectacular Jackpot Show (Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair, Tulelake) June 16-17 Pork Spectacular (Merced County Fairgrounds, Merced) (pg. 19)July 13-29 California State Fair (Sacramento) (pg. 25)Oct. 11-14 Grand National Rodeo, Horse & Stock Show (Cow Palace, San Francisco) Oct. 27-28 “Spotlight on Quality” Shorthorn Show & Sale (Chowchilla Fairgrounds, Chowchilla) November Oktoberfest Boer Goat Show (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds, Turlock) Nov. 3-4 Northern Exposure Junior Cattle Show (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center, Corning) (pg. 25)Nov. 9-11 Autumn Classic Show & Sale (Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, Turlock) Nov. 17 CNHA 17th Annual Hereford Classic Jr. Jackpot Show (Placer Co. Fairgrounds) Nov. 17-18 Harvest Moon Jackpot Show (Kern Co. Fairgrounds, Bakersfield) December NJSA Western Regional Hog Show (Location TBA) Dec. 1-2 Rolling Hills Boeranza (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center, Corning) Dec. 1-2 Angus Days (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds, Turlock) Dec. 8-9 Holiday Classic (Kern Co. Fairgrounds, Bakersfield)

Jan. 27, 2018 Feb. 3-4, 2018 Feb. 24

Yuma/SAILA Show (Yuma County Fairgrounds, Yuma) Arizona Classic (Pimal County Fairgrounds, Casa Grande) Yuma Belt Buckle Blowout/Pima County Jackpot Show (U of A Ag Center – Tuscon) Mar. 3-4 Next Level Show Pig Camp (Buckeye) (pg. 29)Mar. 10-11 Tuscon SAILA Junior Livestock Show (Pima County Fairgrounds – Tuscon) July Flagstaff SAILA Show (Coconino Co. Fairgrounds – Flagstaff) July Safford SAILA Show (Graham County Fairgrounds - Safford) July 21 Route 66 Classic Jackpot Show (Navajo County Fairgrounds – Holbrook) August Sonoita SAILA Show (Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds – Sonoita) September SAILA Summer Slam (Verde Valley Fairgrounds –Cottonwood) October Parker Livestock Show (CRIT Fairgrounds – Parker) October SAILA Wicked Weekend (Verde Valley Fairgrounds – Cottonwood) December Casa Grande SAILA Show (Pinal County Fairgrounds – Casa Grande)

CALIFORNIA Jan. 20

WD Swine Farm Kick-Off Sale (Modesto Jr. College ACE Pavilion) Jan. 20 BNS Kickoff Sale ((Modesto Jr. College ACE Pavilion) Jan. 20 Grand Drive Sale (Modesto Jr. College ACE Pavilion) (pg. 4, 35)Jan. 27 Umbarger/Hearne Free Sheep Clinic (LA Hearne Co. – King City) Jan. 27 Young Guns of the West Lamb and Goat Sale (Dixon May Fairgrounds, Dixon) Jan. 27-28 MJC “Showdown in Mo-Town” (Modesto Jr. College ACE Pavilion) (pg. 4, 35)Jan. 28 Umbarger/Hearne Free Sheep Clinic (LA Hearne Co. – Prunedale) (pg.30-31)Feb. 2 Small Town Genetics Online Sale (at sconlinesales.com) Feb. 3 UC Davis Aggie Classic Sale (Davis) (pg. 5)Feb. 3 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale #2 (at the ranch, Colusa) Feb. 8 “Today Decides Tomorrow” Show Lamb Winter Sale (Hosted by Chico State Sheep Unit) (Inside Front Cover) Feb. 10-11 Red Wave Classic Jr. Livestock Show (at the Big Fresno Fairgrounds) (pg. 6)Feb. 16-18 Western Bonanza Junior Livestock Show (Paso Robles Fairgrounds) Feb. 17 CJLA Awards Banquet (Held at Paso Robles Event Center/ Mid State Fairgrounds – Paso Robles) Feb. 24 Golden Opportunity Sale (Modesto Jr. College Sheep Unit, Modesto) (pg. 24)Feb. 24 Gold Country Jackpot (Calaveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp) (pg. 17)Feb. 24-25 Orange Blossom Klassic (Porterville Fair Grounds) (pg. 26)Mar. 3-4 Cattlemen’s Jackpot Steer & Heifer Show (Plymouth Fairgrounds) (pg. 42)Mar. 9-11 Pacific Coast Livestock Show (Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield) (pg. 5)Mar. 10 Ottenwalter Showpig Sale #3 (at the ranch, Colusa)

IDAHO May May 26 June 2-3

Treasure Valley Classic Jackpot Show (Homedale) Magic Valley Classic (Gooding) Stateline Showcase (Boise) Continued on page 61

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SHOW

R E S U LT

November 30-December 2, 2017 • Reno, Nevada

Grand Champion Steer, Jr. Show Shown by Bree Kosinski (Dexter, OR)

Reserve Champion Steer, Jr. Show Shown by Tucker Pacatte (Santa Rosa, CA)

Grand Champion Bull, Jr. Show (Champ. Polled) Shown by Fallon Gohr (Madras, OR)

Reserve Champ. Bull, Jr. Show (Champ. Horned) Shown by Sara Harfst (Jacksonville, OR)

Grand Champ. Bred & Owned Female (Ch. Polled) Shown by Hannah Harrison (Montague, CA)

Res. Champ. Bred & Owned Female Shown by Carly Wheeler (Paso Robles, CA)

Grand Champion Horned Owned Female, Jr. Show Shown by Carly Wheeler (Paso Robles, CA)

Res. Champion Polled Heifer, Jr. Show Shown by Georgia Cozzitorto

Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair, Open Show Shown by Wooden Shoe Farms (Blackfoot, ID)

Reserve Champion Cow-Calf Pair, Open Show Shown by Lucky U Cattle (Stevensville, MT)

Grand Champion Polled Bull, Open Show Shown by Curtis & Jackie Castle (Crawford, OK)

Reserve Champion Polled Bull, Open Show Shown by Wooden Shoe Farms (Blackfoot, ID)

Grand Champion Horned Female, Open Show Shown by Joseph Barry (Gresham, OR)

Reserve Champion Horned Female, Open Show Shown by Fallon Gohr (Madras, OR)

Grand Champion Polled Female, Open Show Shown by Bailey Morrell (Willows, CA)

Res. Champion Polled Female, Open Show Shown by Hannah Harrison (Montague, CA)

Open Show Judge: Kevin Jensen (KS) Junior Show Judges: Graham Blagg (KS) and Colby Collins (OK) Grand Champion Horned Female, Open Show Shown by Joseph Barry (Gresham, OR)

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Reserve Champion Horned Female, Open Show Shown by Fallon Gohr (Madras, OR)

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Angus Offers Summer Internships College students can grow their professional skills through American Angus Association® 2018 summer internships. If you’re a college student interested in working in the Angus business, what better way to spend the summer than learning from the teams at the American Angus Association®? Internships are available to college students for summer 2018. These 10-week, paid internships provide opportunities through the communications group, Angus Journal, events and education group, Angus Foundation and Angus Genetics, Inc. (AGI). Students interested in applying should send a resume, cover letter and references to careers@angus.org by Feb. 1. The events and education intern will assist in planning and executing youth events hosted by the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA), including preparations, correspondence and communications for junior shows and events. Applicants should be a self-starter, detail-oriented and outgoing with the ability to work well with others. Livestock and event planning experience is a plus but not required. Travel to the 2018 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Conference, and other events is expected. From print stories to TV scripts, photography, graphic design and more, the communications intern will truly gain valuable ag communications experience. Applicants should have strong writing and design skills and have completed coursework in news and feature writing, editing and design. Experience in photography, video and social media would be helpful. College juniors or seniors are encouraged to apply to be part of the Angus Journal internship. The writing-intensive opportunity offers the chance

to participate in producing publications, including Angus Journal, Angus Journal Digital, Angus Beef Bulletin, Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA, Angus Journal Daily, editorial websites and social media. The internship can be tailored to applicants’ strengths, but many duties can be anticipated, including traveling to industry events. Experience in news and feature writing, editing and photography are strongly suggested. For an interest in 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organizations, resource development (fundraising) and purebred livestock association related careers, the Foundation internship is an excellent opportunity. This intern will be integral in facilitating the Foundation’s activities, programs and projects. The intern will learn about the functionality of a non-profit and how the Angus Foundation successfully raises funds to support youth, education and research for the advancement of the Angus breed, beef cattle and agricultural industries. The intern will assist staff in all facets of the Angus Foundation’s operations including engaging major supporters and benefactors. For students pursuing their master’s degree or PhD in animal breeding and genetics, AGI has an opportunity to work on one of the world’s largest beef genomic databases. The internship will be focused on research that involves data analysis. Candidates should have experience in analyzing animal breeding data sets, and experience analyzing genomic data is preferred.             For more information about summer internships with the American Angus Association, visit www.angus.org.  --Written by Sarah Hill, Angus Media

SHOW

R E S U LT

Supreme Champion Heifer, Show A Reserve Supreme Heifer, Show B Shown by Will Ward

November 3-5, 2017 • Corning, CA

Supreme Champion Heifer, Show B Reserve Supreme Heifer, Show A Shown by Chance Ward

Supreme Champion Steer, Shows A & B Shown by Brody Leo

Reserve Supreme Champion Steer, Shows A & B Shown by Collin McKinzie

SHOW

R E S U LT

Collegiate Division Winners: 1. Bailey Samper - Linn Benton Community College (LBCC); 2. Mikayla Duchi (LBCC); 3. Madison Morgan (LBCC); 4 Zach Wilson (LBCC); 5. Brooke Hopfer (LBCC)

November 19, 2017 • Chico, California

Youth Division Winners: 1. Ashley Porter - Livermore High School 2. Elizabeth Vietheer - Elk Grove High School 3. Jonwyn Ayres - Jackson County 4-H 4. Tyler Gifford - Jackson County 4-H 5. Bonnie Crawford - Livermore High School

Contestants in the showring

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ADVERTISERS

INDEX

Evans Feed’s Rising Star: HEATHER WELCHER

OUR RISING STAR: TEHYA ABRAHAMS

ADM Alliance Nutrition.................. 35

LubriSyn Livestock.......................... 27

All Around Kids................................ 29

Mayo Club Lambs.......................15, 50

Angelique Castro.............................. 25

Modesto Jr. College..................... 12-13

Associated Feed and Supply Co............................ 12-13

Moench Farms.................................. 53

Autumn Classic Show...................... 25 Banner Sale Management Services...................... 50 Bio-Mos.................. Inside Front Cover Bluelite Advantage.............. Inside Front Cover Bob May Livestock Sales & Hauling................................. 9 Cactus Feed & Supply, Inc............... 25 California Livestock Judges Conference........................... 22

Nasco............................................13, 51 Newcastle Genetics............................ 7 Northern Exposure Spring Show.... 49 Nutrena.................. Inside Back Cover Orange Blossom Klassic.................. 17 Ottenwalter Showpigs....................... 5 Oxy-Gen............................................ 16 Pacific Coast Livestock Show................................. 42 Purple Circle Magazine................... 24

California State Fair........................ 19

Red Wave Classic Show.......... Inside Front Cover

Cattleman’s Jackpot......................... 26

SAILA............................................... 29

CJLA Membership Form................. 62

Seever & Sons Cattle Co.................. 25

CJLA News & Shows.................. 20-21

ShowMaker....................................... 12

CJLA Points.......................... 21, 23-24

ShowRite Feeds...........................13, 59

Clash for Cash.................................. 50

ShowTec............................................ 35

Colburn Cattle.............. 38-41(fold-out)

Showtime Feeds.... Inside Front Cover

Dan Bush Hoof Trimming............... 54

Small Town Genetics................... 30-31

Essential Feeds..... Inside Front Cover

Stand Alone Feed........................ Inside Front Cover

Evan’s Feed & Livestock Supply, Inc........................ 58 Farmers Best Feed........................ Inside Front Cover Gist Silversmith............................... 11

Subscription Form............................ 17 Sullivan Supply..............1, Back Cover Sunglo Feeds.......... Inside Back Cover

Gold Country Jackpot...................... 24

Sutter Buttes Invitational Lamb Sale.................... 15

Grand National................................ 25

The Showtimes................................. 58

Grow & Shine..................................... 2

Umbarger-Hearne Show Feeds......... 4

Hummel Livestock................ Cover, 11

Western Bonanza Jr. Livestock Show.............................. 6

J/4 Cattle Co..................................... 54 Kerlee Cattle Co...........................3, 25 Kern County Fair............................. 42 Loin Eye Hog Farm.......................... 42

Western Dorper Show & Sale.......... 50 Willoughby Sales.............................. 47 Zymice.................... Inside Front Cover

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Jake Pickering Joins the American Angus Association

from Around the Nation

New regional manager to serve members in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah.

mum 2.0 GPA. Eligibility requirements and application guidelines are included. Applicants will want to strictly adhere to the guidelines and provide the information requested when submitting their application to the Angus Foundation.

The American Angus Association welcomes Jake Pickering of Oroville, California, as the organization’s newest member of the regional manager team. Pickering begins his role Jan. 8 and will represent Region 11, which consists of Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah.

Applicants are required to submit the following for consideration: the 2018 application form; three letters of recommendation; copy of current high school/college/university transcript; and applicant’s Association member code.

As a regional manager, Pickering will serve as a boots-on-the-ground representative for the Association and will attend various cattle events, sales and activities throughout the territory. Regional managers are responsible for helping cattle producers identify and accomplish herd goals, educating members on new programs and services, and they serve as a marketing resource for Angus breeders.

In 2017, the Angus Foundation awarded more than $213,000 in scholarships to more than 115 undergraduate and graduate students. When combined with other endowed and non-endowed scholarship funds administered by the Angus Foundation, nearly $300,000 was invested in more than 130 students pursuing their higher education. For more information, please contact Jenkins at 816-383-5100 or mjenkins@angusfoundation.org.

“Jake has a passion for the animal industry, specifically in cattle, and he has a strong rapport with industry leaders and influencers,” said American Angus Association CEO Allen Moczygemba. “His work ethic and experiences in the agricultural industry will benefit our membership greatly in the western regional area.”

— Written by Sarah Hill, Angus Media

Applications Now Open for 2018 Pork Industry Scholarships

Pickering graduated from Texas A&M University in December 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. He served as the Texas A&M assistant livestock judging coach during the last year of his college career.

The National Pork Board announces the opening of the application period of the 2018 Pork Industry Scholarships. This program is open to college juniors and seniors who have plans to pursue a career in swine production management or a related field. In addition, students who will be seeking to attend veterinary or graduate school with an emphasis on swine are encouraged to apply. The National Pork Board will award up to 21 scholarships in 2018 totaling $48,000. The top applicant will receive $5,000, the second-ranked applicant will receive $3,500 and all others will receive $2,000.

“It’s an exciting time for the Angus breed and an honor to work for the American Angus Association,” Pickering said. “I can’t wait to hit the road and get to personally meet the members of my vast territory. It’s an area I have a strong passion for, and I hope to be of service for registered Angus producers.” Angus breeders in Territory 11 are encouraged to get in touch with Pickering and ask him questions about Association programs and services or for help locating Angus seedstock. Regional managers also advise producers on marketing opportunities available through the Association, including advertising through the Angus Journal, Angus Beef Bulletin, The Angus Report and other avenues.     

“Developing human capital and identifying future leaders is critical to the continued success of the swine industry,” said Chris Hostetler, animal science director for the Pork Checkoff. “The National Pork Board’s Animal Science Committee understands this need and continues its commitment to recognize excellence and encourage students through awarding scholarships.”

Prior to his time at Texas A&M, he was a member of the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M livestock judging team where he was recognized as an All American, based on his success in both the classroom and livestock judging contests. While on campus at Texas A&M, he was a member of the Saddle and Sirloin Club and interned with the State Fair of Texas.

The guidelines for the scholarship application and the online form can be found at www.pork.org/scholarship. The deadline for application submission is Feb. 16, 2018. Following review and selection, recipients will be notified in April.

For more information about Angus cattle and the Association, visit www.angus.org.

“Students who meet the scholarship criteria are encouraged to submit an application for consideration.” Hostetler said. “This is an excellent opportunity to provide financial assistance to students seeking swineoriented careers.”

— Written by Katy Holdener, Angus Communications

About 80 percent of the previous recipients of the Pork Industry Scholarship have pursued advanced degrees as they prepared to serve the industry as veterinarians, nutritionists, reproductive biologists and management consultants.

Apply for Angus Foundation Scholarships Angus Foundation scholarship applications are now available online. Today’s college costs are astronomical—it’s a known fact. The Angus Foundation seeks to help Angus youth offset some of those steep costs by awarding undergraduate and graduate level scholarships.

The National Pork Board has responsibility for Checkoff-funded research, promotion and consumer information projects and for communicating with pork producers and the public. Through a legislative national Pork Checkoff, pork producers invest $0.40 for each $100 value of hogs sold. Importers of pork products contribute a like amount, based on a formula. The Pork Checkoff funds national and state programs in advertising, consumer information, retail and foodservice marketing, export market promotion, production improvement, science and technology, swine health, pork safety and sustainability and environmental management. For information on Checkofffunded programs, pork producers can call the Pork Checkoff Service Center at (800) 456-7675 or check the Internet at www.pork.org.

“Angus youth are the future of our Association and the industry,” said Milford Jenkins, Angus Foundation president. “We want to help them get a head start in any way that we can, and awarding scholarships is one way to do that.” Undergraduate and graduate student scholarship applications are available online at angusfoundation.org and are due May 1. Applicants must have, at one time, been a National Junior Angus Association member and must currently be an active Junior, Regular or Life member of the American Angus Association®. Applicants must be a graduating high school senior or enrolled at a junior college, four-year college/university or other accredited institution and have a miniJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018

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June 2-3 June 16-18 June June June June 16-17 June June July July Aug.

June June 14-16

Les Bois Spring Classic (Boise) 4th Annual Kootenai Classic Clinic & Jackpot (Kootenai Co. Fairgrounds, CoeurD’ Alene) Idaho Jr. Hereford Assn. State Show (Bruneau) Southern Idaho Extravaganza (Twin Falls Co. Fairgrounds, Filer) Small Town Showdown (Twin Falls Co. Fairgrounds, Filer) Idaho Jr. Beef Expo (Filer) Treasure Valley Swine Spectacular (Western Idaho Fairgrounds, Boise) Eastern Idaho Summer Classic (American Falls) Silver Spur Blowout (New Plymouth) Independence Ring Treasure Valley Classic Jr. Market (Emmett) Twin Falls Co. Fair/Open Mkt. Steer & Breeding Cattle Show (Twin Falls)

June 16-17 June 16-17 June 21-23 July 7-8 Sept. Oct. 27-28

UTAH Feb. 9-10 Apr. 14

MONTANA Jan. 25-28 Mar. 17 April May May May June June June June June July July July 14 July 15 July July July 27-Aug. 4 Aug. Oct. 13-20

Apr. 21 May 18-19

Montana Winter Fair (Lewistown) Junior Beef Spring Fling (Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Deer Lodge) Golden Triangle Preview (Great Falls) Mountain Magic Junior Classic (Bozeman) Hi-Line Preview (Havre) Russell Country Classic (Stanford) Golden Triangle Jackpot (Great Falls) Helena Jackpot Show (Helena) Yellowstone Classic (Billings) Mt. Junior Beef Expo (Lewistown) Western Ranch Spectacular (Billings) Fred Everson Memorial Livestock Jackpot (Lolo) Montana Royal Junior Livestock Show (Kalispell) Montana Royal Sheep, Goats & Beef Show (Flathead County Fairgrounds, Kalispell) Bronze Bonanza Sheep, Steer & Heifer Show (Bozeman) Muddy Boots Jackpot (Glendive) Bronze Bonanza at Big Sky Country State Fair (Bozeman) Montana State Fair Jr. Livestock & Open Shows (Great Falls) Montana Fair Open & Jr. Jackpot Show (Billings) NILE Stock Show & Rodeo (Billings)

June 8-9 July July Nov. 16-17 Dec.

April May 1-5

May 5-6 May 19 May May 26-27

NW Regional Hereford Show (Puyallup) Junior Livestock Show of Spokane (Spokane Interstate Fairground)

OTHER Jan. 12-Feb. 3 National Western Stock Show (Denver, CO) (pg. 47)Mar. 30-31 “Premier 10” Premier Goat Sale (Indianapolis, IN) May 19 Southwest Wyoming Snowball Show – Sheep & Goats (Evanston, WY) June 3-9 World Pork Expo Jr. National (Des Moines, IA) June 16 George Memorial Steer & Heifer Show (Casper, WY) June 23 Sublette County Summer Jackpot (Sublett County Fairgrounds, Big Piney, WY) July 1-7 National Junior Summer Spectacular (Louisville, Kentucky) June 17-22 Jr. National Charolais Show & Conference (Des Moines, IA) June 17-23 National Jr. Chi & Maine Shows (Grand Island, NE) June 26-July 1 National Jr. Shorthorn Show (Madison, WI) July 1 – 7 National Jr. Hereford Expo (Grand Island, NE) July 7-13 National Jr. Angus Show & Conference (Madison, WI) July 14-20 National Jr. Limousin Show (Denver, CO) Sept. 8-12 National Barrow Show (Austin, Minnisota)

Reno Nuggett Hereford Show & Sale (Livestock Events Center, Reno)

OREGON Apr. 21

Breeders Cup Steer & Heifer Show (Washington Co. Fairgrounds, Hurricane) USU Aggie Classic & True Blue Jackpot (Box Elder Fairgrounds, Trementon) Sevier Valley Spring Classic (Sevier County Fairgrounds) Divas in the Dark/Dudes in the Day (Spanish Fork Fairgrounds) Dino-Mite Classic Jackpot (Western Park, Vernal) The Double Down Lamb Jackpot (Heber) RMJSS Finale (Heber) RMJSS Fall Kick-Off (Spanich Fork) Christmas Classic (Box Elder Fairground – Tremonton)

WASHINGTON

NEVADA Nov. 29-Dec. 1

Mid Columbia Jr. Livestock Show (Tygh Valley) Westen Limousin Expo (Klamath Co. Fairgrounds, Klamath Falls) Klamath Youth Cattle Jackpot (Klamath Co. Fairgrounds, Klamath Falls) Mt. Hood Classic Jackpot Show (Mt. Hood) Pacific International Jr. Livestock Show (Prineville) High Desert Livestock Expo (Deschutes Co. Fair & Expo, Redmond) Jackson County Harvest Fair (Jackson Co. Fairgrounds, Central Point) Cascade Spectacular All Breeds Jackpot Show & Sale (Deschutes Co. Expo Center, Redmond)

Umpqua Valley Jr. Classic (Douglas County Fairgrounds, Roseburg) Southern Oregon Junior Classic (Central Point) Oregon Junior Livestock Expo (Albany) Stockman Spring Classic (Canby) Desert Storm Jackpot (Jefferson Co. Fairgrounds, Madras)

Note: Event information is updated in each issue. Let us know about your upcoming events and we will include them in this section.

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Fill out this form and mail in with membership dues. Or... go to www.cjlainfo.com and follow the link to fill out the membership application and pay through PayPal.

Why should you join?

You are attending jackpot shows throughout the year so why not accumulate points too? Attend as many sanctioned shows as you want to. One or all - its up to you!

What will you get out of it?

As a CJLA member, you join a great group of young people who are dedicated to raising and showing livestock. From first level to advanced, there is a place for everyone! The CJLA believes all participants in this program are equally important - therefore it is our goal to recognize and reward every member for their hard work and achievements throughout the year. Points are tabulated from January through December. The annual Award Banquet is then held for members, their families, and CJLA supporters.

Jr. Memberships are accepted until

March 31, 2018.

Join by the first show you attend to start earning points. Points count once membership form and dues are received by CJLA. For more information, contact: Heidi Beljean - 408-888-2503 Mary Ann Bush - 831-905-5665

California Junior Livestock Association – Year 2018 Membership Application Name: __________________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ________________ Parents’ Names Address: City: ____________________________________ State: ____________________________________________________ Zip: _____________ Phone #1: __________________________________________________ Phone #2: ________________________________________________ Email address: 2nd Email (optional but recommended):___________________________________________________________________________________

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FEES: Please enclose a check for: 1 Division ($50.00) 2 Divisions ($80.00) 3 Divisions ($110.00) 4 Divisions ($140.00) 5 Divisions ($170.00) 6 Divisions ($200.00) 7 Divisions ($230.00)

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NOTE: You must be 9 years old or older on January 1, 2018, to join. HEIFER DIVISION IS FOR REGISTERED HEIFERS ONLY.

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