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In this Issue... Features What Will He Weigh At My Fair?......................................... 14 State Fair Is Closing In — It Is Time To Manage Your Goat Project With a Purpose...................... 16 2019 State Fairs Out West and National Shows.............. 20 Final Preparations for the Big Day!................................... 28 CJLA Awards, Honoring the 2018 Membership.......... 42-61

Departments All Around Kids.....................................................12, 27, 29, 70 Kathleen's Korner.................................................................. 18 CJLA News............................................................................... 22 2019 CJLA Sanctioned Shows......................................... 22-23 2019 CJLA Members............................................................... 24 Keepin' Up With the FFA in Your State........................ 30-31 Show Results..........................................................34, 35, 38-40 Breeder's Directory........................................................... 62-65 Products and Services........................................................... 65 Upcoming Events.................................................................... 66 Advertisers Index................................................................... 68 Subscription Form................................................................. 72

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EDITOR As I sat down to write this editorial, I took a few minutes to look through my calendar. I’m pretty good about keeping my planner up to date with future appointments, birthdays and special events, and whatever else I need to keep track of, so looking through my calendar helps keep me organized and is also a reminder of past events and where I am at today. My big revelation is that we are already into May and the first half of 2019 is almost over!

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

School finals and graduations are almost here, county fairs have started and everyone has a full schedule of things to do! Of course, State Fairs and your National Breed Shows are quickly approaching and that adds another whole level of planning and preparation. How do you prepare for all of it? And I know that many kids who are busy with livestock also have sports and other activities they are involved in, so schedules and organization are key to accomplishing it all. My advice is to get out that calendar and write down your plans, make a schedule, and have an agenda to focus on! And one more thing – talk to your family and those who help you because when you work together it is all possible and everything gets done better!

Production Manager & Art Director: William Crump — (662) 305-5434 Email: pacificshowcase@gmail.com Instagram and Facebook Management: Kaela Cooper – kaelacooper@aol.com Representatives: Kaela Cooper Tiffany Carter

I mentioned above that the end of school means graduations. Grade school, high school, or college – these are important steps for your family members. As you finalize the last days of school, take some time to reflect on highlights and accomplishments of the past year. In the next issue we highlight Graduating Seniors with photos from the time they first started showing to their senior portraits. I love this section and am always a little surprised to realize that it doesn’t seem very long ago that I remember those kids when they first started showing and now here they are, ready for the next big step in life. The years truly do fly by, so be sure to treasure every moment!

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In this issue we highlight the All-Around Kids! We salute you for the many things you are involved in and enjoy doing! Be sure to look through those photos of kids who excel in the show-ring and in sports, too.

Pacific Showcase welcomes readers contributions. Articles of interest, show results, sale results, and calendar dates are welcome and will be printed on space available. To have articles or pictures returned, include a stamped, selfaddressed envelope. Send all submissions to address above.

We have all heard the phrase “our kids are our future”. In the agriculture industry we are all a part of, we are behind our youth 1000%. In this issue we highlight two major events that believe in our juniors! The first event is our annual CJLA Award Ceremony. In February we recognized and rewarded our 2018 members for their hard work and achievements throughout the past year. It is the hard work of those who put on weekend shows so our members and other youth can exhibit their project animals, and then our many sponsors, donors, and supporters who step up and help with our awards, that make it all possible. This year was exciting because we tried a new format by announcing and presenting awards ringside for each specie. Everyone enjoyed it and it was great to see so many people who came to watch and cheer for all the winners.

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The next feature in this issue is the FFA State Convention. Spring is the time when many of our western states hold their FFA Conventions. The best of the best rise to the top in both the CJLA and FFA and it is truly inspiring to see so many voices lifted up through these activities. Agriculture kids are a diversified group who believe in the future of agriculture. With faith and hard work, it is our youth who will lead the way into the future. Truly inspiring! In this issue we feature the California State FFA Conference and State FFA Contest Finals. In the next issue we will feature the new FFA officer teams and events from throughout the western states.

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As we swing into summer, I hope each of you will stay positive, find the good in each day, and do your part to encourage and support all kids who strive to reach their goals. If you move please let us know so we can be sure your magazine subscription gets updated and you don’t miss an issue. Send us photos for hot shots and if you have news we can include in the next issue, let us know!

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Bennett Land and Cattle is a commercial and registered cow-calf and Citrus operation located in the south central San Joaquin Valley near Ducor, California. The cattle ranch was homesteaded in the 1880s by Marti’s great-grandparents. John B. And Addie Dennis. Originally a dry farm ranch, Hereford cattle were introduced soon after. In the mid 1960s, Angus bulls were introduced to make a baldy herd as well. The practice of using Angus bulls as well as Hereford continues today. In the 1990s, a 4-H project led to the introduction of Shorthorn cattle. Today, you will find all three breeds to bean integral part of our vision to produce commercially acceptable cattle, irrespective of color, that perform in the field as well as the feedlot. The success that we have achieved in the show ring shows that the “look” doesn’t have to be sacrificed for commercial performance. Our registered cattle are expected to improve the performance of the commercial herd. Our newest Shorthorn herd is a Byland Global son who was that reserve calf champion at the NAILE in 2018, who looks to be a breed changer. 11

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For Junior Showmen who also love the spirit of athletic competition, dance, cheerleading and other activities!

(Chowchilla, CA)

(Chowchilla, CA) Activity: Cheer Squad Show: Market Goats

Activity: Baseball Show: Market Goats

Mary Immaculate Queen School (Lemoore, CA)

Norris Elementary School (Bakersfield, CA) Activity: Football

Show: Cattle, Swine Activities: Baseball, Basketball Show: Sheep

Setting goals is the first step in the turning the invisible into the visible! Goals can be 12 reached! MAY/JUNE 2019


Livestock (schedule and shows subject to change) Junior Beef, Sheep, Swine and Market Goats................................. July 11-15

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

Open Beef I, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Jr. & Open Boer Goats, and Jr. & Open Pygmy Goats.........July 16-19

Featured Shows: Angus Show, AHA Regional Horned & Polled Hereford Classic, Charolais Show, Medal of Excellence Limousin Classic, All Other Breeds Show, Super Regional Shorthorn 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 20-24

Featured Shows: Holstein Show, All California Brown Swiss Show, All California Jersey Show, Western National Guernsey Show, All California Milking Shorthorn Show, Golden State Saanen Specialty Show and the Junior Nigerian Dwarf Goat Show.

Open Sheep, Longhorns, Angora Goats, and Llamas and Alpacas........................ July 25-28

Featured Shows: World Qualifier Texas Longhorn Show, Western Regional Hampshire Show, Southdown Spectacular, Wether Dam Wether Sire Show, Western Regional Montadale Show, Columbia and Rambouillet Show, Dorset Show, Heritage Sheep Show, ACAGR National Angora Goat Show, the Llama and Alpaca Shows – performance, obstacle and fleece classes.

Entry Deadlines All Junior Livestock Entries Due: June 12 • All Open Livestock Entries Due: June 19 All Junior Exhibitors are required to complete YQCA training. Due: June 30, 2019

Fur & Feathers

(schedule subject to change)

ENTRY DEADLINES FUR & FEATHERS SHOW DATES First day to submit entries....May 6 All Junior Market Classes . July 10 Junior Rabbits .................. June 12 Junior Rabbits .............. July 11-14 Avian & Rabbit Bowl ........ June 12 Junior & Open Cavies.... July 19-21 Junior & Open Cavies....... June 12 County Fair Best of Show Small Open Rabbits ................... June 12 Animal Showmanship ....... July 20 Cavy Bowl ........................ June 12 State Fair Master Cornish Meet.................... June 12 Showmanship.....................July 20 Outstanding Exhibitor ...... June 19 Open Rabbits................ July 22-25 County Fair Best of Show ... June 28 DOG SHOW Dog Entries Due: June 12; Dog Show Date: July 20; Canine Bowl: July 20

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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 2019 State Fair must first register for the DNA Reservation and Collection online at www.castatefair.org/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 2019 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 12, 2019. Failure to comply with the following deadlines shall result in disqualification for competition in the 2019 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 1, 2019 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -March 14, 2019 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 5:00 P.M.)

MARKET SHEEP, MARKET BARROWS AND MARKET GOATS DEADLINE FOR REQUESTING A KIT FOR DELIVERY VIA STANDARD US POSTAL MAIL – May 1, 2019 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -May 14, 2019 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 5:00 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 29, 2019 COMPLETED SAMPLE HAIR COLLECTION -- June 12, 2019 (must be in the State Fair entry office by 5:00 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 MAY/JUNE 2019


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Please let us know as soon as possible (NO LATER THAN JUNE 15th) at PACSHOW@EARTHLINK.NET, or text or call Heidi at 408/888-2503.

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OUT WEST & National Shows

State Fairs - 2019 Nevada State Fair (Carson City) June 6-9, 2019 775-688-5767 nevadafair.com California State Fair (Sacramento) July 12-28, 2019 906-263-3010 www.castatefair.org Montana State Fair (Great Falls) July 26 – Aug. 3, 2019 406-727-8900 www.montanastatefair.com Montana Fair (Billings) Aug. 9-17, 2019 406-256-2400 www.montanafair.com Wyoming State Fair (Douglas) Aug. 13-17, 2019 307-358-2398 www.wystatefair.com Western Idaho State Fair (Boise) Aug. 16-25, 2019 208-287-5650 www.idahofair.com Oregon State Fair (Salem) Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 2019 503-947-3247 www.oregonstatefair.org

Central Washington State Fair 
 (Yakima) Sept. 20 – Sept. 29, 2019 509-248-7160 www.statefairpark.org Southern New Mexico State Fair (Las Cruces) Sept. 25 – 29, 2019 575-524-8602 
 www.snmsttefairgrounds.net Eastern New Mexico State Fair 
 (Roswell) Sept. 30 – Oct. 5, 2019 575-623-9411 www.enmsf.com Arizona State Fair (Phoenix) Oct. 4 – 27, 2019 602-568-2015 www.azstatefair.com

Junior Nationals AIJCA Jr. National Charolais Show & Conference (Fort Worth, TX) June 16-21, 2019 
www.charolaisusa.com North American Jr. Red Angus Event (Grand Island, NE) June 16-22, 2019 www.najrae.com

Colorado State Fair (Pueblo) Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 2019 719-561-8484 www.coloradostatefair.com

Jr. National Shorthorn Show (Lebanon, TN) June 17-22, 2019 www.juniorshorthorn.com

Washington State Fair (Puyallup) Aug. 30- Sept. 22, 2019 253-845-1771 www.thefair.com

National Jr. Maine Anjou Show (Des Moines, IA) June 23 – 29, 2019 www.maine-anjou.org

Eastern Idaho State Fair (Blackfoot) Aug. 30 – Sept. 7, 2019 208-785-2480 www.funatthefair.com

National Jr. Chianina Show (Des Moines, IA) June 23 - 29, 2019 www.chicattle.org

New Mexico State Fair (Albuquerque) Sept. 5 -15, 2019 505-222-9700 www.statefair.exponm.com

Miniature Hereford Junior National Expo (Claremore, OK) June 25-30, 2019 www.miniaturehereford.org

Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City) Sept. 5-15, 2019 801-538-8400 www.utah-state-fair.com

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Junior National Hereford Expo 
(Denver, CO) July 9-13, 2019 www.hereford.org National Jr. Angus Show 
 (Louisville, KY) July 14-21, 2019 www.njas.info American Jr. Simmental National Classic (Louisville, KY) July 22-28, 2019 www.simmental.org

Open Junior Livestock Shows World Pork Expo (Des Moines, IA) Cancelled for 2019 – see website for full information 765-463-3594 www.nationalswine.com Grand National – Cow Palace 
 (San Francisco) Oct. 11-19, 2019 415-404-4100 www.cowpalace.com Northern Int’l Livestock Expo (NILE) (Billings, MT) Oct. 12-29, 2019 406-256-2495 www.thenile.org American Royal Livestock Show (Kansas City, MO) Oct. 16-27, 2019 816-221-9800 www.americanroyal.com North American Int’l Livestock 
 Exposition (NAILE) (Louisville, KY) Nov. 5-21, 2019 502-595-3166 www.livestockexpo.org Arizona National Livestock Show (Phoenix, AZ) Dec. 27 – Dec. 31, 2019 602-258-8568 www.anls.org National Western Stock Show 
 (Denver, CO) Jan. 11-26, 2020 303-297-1166 www.nationalwestern.com


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1– Just send their senior picture AND a picture when they first started showing. 2– Write their name, the town they're from, the name of the high school they're graduating from, the college they are attending, the major they've chosen, and the species they showed — on a piece of paper and send them in to: Pacific Showcase P.O. Box 41430, San Jose, CA 95160

Deadline to send pictures in is June 15th. We will be featuring these pictures in the July/August issue.

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CJLA NEWS & UPDATES

In this issue we have posted all 2019 CJLA members by Division. Please check the list for your name in the Divisions you signed up for. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR ARE NOT ON THE LIST, YOU NEED TO CONTACT US RIGHT AWAY so we can check everything out on our end.

confusing so if you have a question as to what division you need to go in, contact us. 3. Steer Division – Please read our Rules for specific details on what qualifies steers to be shown in each of the 3 categories – based on breed or coloring. If you have a question about your particular animal, contact us.

Our Point Tabulator is working on calculating points from all the early shows so we will be posting an update soon. We will send the update out by E-blast, post on the CJLA website and also put a notice on our CJLA Facebook when the points can be viewed. We know that everyone wants to see the points posted quickly so I wanted to share a few facts with you about how the first of the year looks from our side. From January 1st through April 30th, there are 13 weekends – 11 of those weekends have sanctioned shows scheduled. With the events holding multiple shows there are actually 18 sanctioned shows during those 11 weekends. For those 18 shows, there are a total of 88 separate specie reports. Then the shows have to format their show results and send us their reports. THEN we have to process those 88 specie reports separately for our 350 current year members. Even if you don’t count in putting out several issues of the Pacific Showcase magazine AND planning, organizing and holding the Award Ceremony, it is still a huge amount of work to process everything in the first months of the year.

4. Showmanship for all species – Our rules state you must show YOUR OWN ANIMAL in showmanship! It is not fair to other exhibitors to borrow an animal because it will do better in showmanship. Remember that everyone has to go through the same thing when they start over with new or young animals! 5. Show-ring help – Our rules state that an animal MUST BE SHOWN BY THE PERSON WHO ENTERS IT IN THE SHOW – unless that person has more than one in the same class. This does not mean it is ok for someone else to show an entry in the final drive and have the exhibitor stand next to it! If an animal is unruly or an exhibitor is young, then that should be addressed with show management to request someone to be with the exhibitor in case something happens, but that exhibitor is still the one who needs to be doing the actual handling and showing of the animal. In this issue Check out the Award Ceremony Feature! February 16, 2019 was the date we recognized the 2018 members for their hard work and achievements over the past year. It was an awesome day of celebrating our CJLA kids! We tried a new format this year where we announced awards ringside for each Division throughout the day. We thought it worked out great and would love to hear your comments or thoughts on the changes. We are so grateful to all our sponsors and supporters who help to make this event all come together for our members.

We encourage you to keep track of the shows you go to and your placings for all your entries. This makes it much easier for us if you provide your information along with any inquiries you have regarding your points. When you are figuring your points, remember that your top eight shows count for year-end totals but the tie breakers for both division and showmanship are the number of shows you earned points at in that division. It often happens at the end of the year that placings change based on this tie-breaker rule! So keep on trucking and keep on showing!

For those of you who could not make it to the award ceremony – we have your awards and t-shirt packets and would like to get those to you! Please contact us at the CJLA email listed below and we will get back to you. We also may be able to get items to some of the upcoming shows for pick-up. I’m working on that now and will have that information when you contact me.

And be sure to contact us anytime if you have questions about points or CJLA or anything related to showing your animals. We are here to help! I want to mention a couple of things that have been brought to our attention this year:

As you travel down the road to the next show, be sure to enjoy the journey along the way! Stay safe, and thank your crew that helps you get it all done. And say Thanks to those awesome people who work so hard to put on those shows you attend!

1. Market Heifers and Commercial Heifers are not eligible for CJLA points because we do not have divisions for them. They are also not eligible for showmanship points because our rules state that an animal MUST be shown in a CJLA division in order to also be entered and shown in CJLA showmanship. Therefore, because Market Heifers and Commercial Heifers are not eligible for CJLA division points, they are also not eligible to be shown for CJLA showmanship points.

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 & Sponsorships) Mary Ann Bush: 831-905-5665 or cjlainfo@yahoo.com (CJLA Rules, Memberships, Points, & Shows)

2. Heifer Divisions – Please be sure your heifers are entered and shown in the CORRECT DIVISION! Registration papers can be

2019 CJLA Sanctioned Show List Show Information including date, location and contacts, is also available on the CJLA Website - www.cjlainfo.com This List is for Sanctioned Shows! Check out the Upcoming Events Page for all other junior shows and events. Sierra Winter Classic (2 Shows).................................... Steer, Heifer

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

9th Annual MJC Cattle Classic Showdown in Motown.................................................... Steer, Heifer

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

Red Wave Classic Jr. Livestock Show....... Steer, Heifer, Lamb, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe MAY/JUNE 2019

Cattlemen’s Jackpot....................................................... Steer, Heifer 22


Pacific Coast Livestock Show (2 Shows) ...................... Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Hog, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

San Benito Classic........................................Steer, Heifer, Hog, Mkt. Lamb, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe Cowabunga Classic (2 Shows)................ CANCELLED FOR 2019

Northern Exposure Spring Jackpot.....................2 Shows for: Steer, Heifer, Mkt Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe AND 3 Shows for Market Hogs

Northern Exposure Fall Classic (2 Shows)...................... Hogs, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe, Mkt. Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe

27th Annual MJC Classic Jackpot Show.................Hog, Mkt Lamb, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe, Wether Dam Ewe

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

Clash For Cash.................................. Mkt .Lamb, Wether Dam Ewe, Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe, Steer, Heifer

Spotlight on Quality Jr. Shorthorn Show............................... Heifer

The Spring Classic Stock 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

Calif. Jr. Angus State Fieldday & Preview Show........................................................ Heifer

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

Oktoberfest Boer Goat Jackpot Show.Mkt. Goat, Wether Dam Doe

The Autumn Classic Show & Sale................................ Steer, Heifer

Calif. Jr. Charolais Assn. Fieldday & Show...................................................................... Heifer

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

Southwest Regional Hereford Show....................................... Heifer

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

California Jr. Shorthorn Fieldday ...................NOT SANCTIONED but will hold May event in conjunction with above breed fielddays

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

Sierra Supreme Jackpot Show............Steer, Mkt. Lamb, Mkt. Goat California Mid-State Fair Jackpot............................. Wether Dam Doe, Wether Dam Ewe

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2019 CJLA MEMBERS

2019 CJLA Members are shown here in each division by age group. PLEASE CHECK THAT YOU ARE IN THE CORRECT DIVISION AND AGE GROUP. Contact CJLA at cjlainfo@yahoo.com with any questions. IN THE NEXT ISSUE with points included - all divisions will be listed by CJLA categories for the correct recording of points.

Steer Division AGES 9-12 Bacchi, Brayden Hauck, Taylor Johnson, Emma Lassaga, Jarrett Lugo, Analeina Lugo, Dominic Nevels, Maddy Rose Stevens, Stran Sullivan, Nancy Wakeham, Ryder Werlhof, Natalie Wheeler, Braden Wood, Peyton

AGES 13-15 Alcott, Paige Allen, Owen Allen, Taylor Blinn, Addison Blinn, Ashtin Carroll, Rachel Cox, Clayton Cozzitorto, Georgia Cribben, Rae-Lynn Dores, Kaitlin Duchi, Jackson Ferman, Anthony Gibbs, Justin Gratney, Savanna Guerrero, Tyee Henson, Maddy Hollis, Darnell King, Aubrey Lassaga, Jade Locke, Bella Lugo, Margaret Martinez, Joseph Masopust, Lilly Mcpheeters, Chas Peterson, Frances Rocha, Kayla Schreck, Calista Sehnert, Mallory Staberg, Danna Sweeney, Austin Thomas, Madison Weaver, Sydney Webb, Reagan Wheeler, Carly Wise, Emily Wittinger, Julia Wood, Jackson Wright, Laynie

Sehnert, Delana Smith, Sabrina Sousa, Joshua Stowers, Macee Vanella, Lexi

Newlin, Bailey Pacheco, Brandon Point, Samantha Ritchie, Riley Vietheer, Elizabeth Welcher, Heather

Heifer Division

Goat Division

AGES 9-12

AGES 9-12

Cripe, Landen Fernandes, Courtney Hauck, Taylor Johnson, Emma Lassaga, Jarrett Lugo, Analeina Lugo, Dominic Nevels, Maddy Rose Schohr, Joseph Stevens, Stran Wakeham, Ryder Werlhof, Natalie Wheeler, Braden Wood, Peyton

Deniz, Joseph Fields, Addie Gann, Caleb Gann, Chase Hohenwarter, Aiden Ivory, Tyee Lombardo, Khloe Maraviglia, Justin Maraviglia, Lane Parker, Cash Roberts, Evan Stevens, Stran Watkins, Hayden Watkins, Logan Yokom, Jayden

AGES 13-15 Allen, Owen Allen, Taylor Bacchi, Taylor Carroll, Rachel Cozzitorto, Georgia Cribben, Rae-Lynn Dores, Kaitlin Garcia, Brennan Gibbs, Justin Gratney, Hailey Guerrero, Tyee Hurl, Katelyn Lassaga, Jade Locke, Bella Martinez, Joseph Naphan, Zane Rocha, Haley Rocha, Kayla Rocha, Laney Schreck, Calista Staberg, Danna Stevens, Brinlee Taillon, Amanda Wallace, Gracelynn Weaver, Sydney Wheeler, Carly Wood, Jackson Wright, Laynie

AGES 16-21 AGES 16-21 Albrecht, Joshua Allen, Hayden Anderson, Cody Anderson, Courtney Barnes, Delaney Brown, Katie Carpenter, Torrance Carroll, Cassidy Carroll, Melanie Coleman, Kathryn Crist, Lauryn Dreyer, Brian Frost, Joy Gibbs, Tiffany Howard, Preston Hubbell, Clay Hurl, Kayla Lugo, Jacob Lugo, Kolbe Montes, Dominique Point, Samantha Ritchie, Riley Ross, Jaden Russell, Jessica

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Albrecht, Joshua Allen, Hayden Arledge, Amanda Barnes, Delaney Beckwith, Kara Brown, Katie Campos, Jared Carroll, Cassidy Carroll, Melanie Coleman, Kathryn Cozzi, Justin Darrah, Payton Dreyer, Brian Frost, Joy Frost, Sara Gibbs, Tiffany Gonsalves, Reece Gonsalves, Riley Hill, Clayton Howard, Preston Hurl, Kayla Kalman, Sarah Kerlee, Aaron Maysville, Zach Minton, Sabrina Morris, Ryder

AGES 13-15 Adams, Brody Albrecht, Hailey Anderson, Bailey Bianchi, Abby Brassfield, Kaycee Diniz, Alexis Diniz, Charlize Ellis, Gracia Fields, Jake Forster, Kyleigh Freeman, Abigail Hamre, Hanna Hollis, Darnell Hurl, Katelyn Ludlow, Rhys Mckinney, Lillie Naphan, Joelle Naphan, Zane Parker, Laney Rocha, Kayla Shane, Emma Taillon, Amanda Taillon, Rachael Wheeler, Carly Wise, Emily

AGES 16-19 Autry, Paige Bliss, Lauren Bowe, Garrett Boynton, Bella Burris, Lucy Coelho, Emma Diniz, Katelyn Freeman, Caleb Garcia, Hannah Hoekstra, Colton Johnson, Chancelyn Matsumoto, Katie Medina, Maite Riley, Morgan Ritchie, Lauren Rosselle, Macy Row-Gosvenor, Mckenzy Saunders, Sage Tuttle, Hayley Vering, Gabby

Wether Dam Does Division AGES 9-12 Deniz, Joseph Gann, Caleb

Gann, Chase Graham, Emma Hohenwarter, Aiden Lombardo, Khloe Mcdaniel, Bryce Morelos, Amanda Taylor Parker, Cash Roberts, Evan Stevens, Stran Whitman-Snipes, Wessin

AGES 13-15 Adams, Brody Albrecht, Hailey Anderson, Bailey Bianchi, Abby Brassfield, Kaycee Hamre, Hanna Ingvoldsen, Reece Knight, Lexie Ludlow, Rhys Maral, Maddy Mckinney, Lillie Parker, Laney Taillon, Rachael Vierra, Mikayla Wheeler, Carly

AGES 16-19 Bowe, Garrett Boynton, Bella Burris, Lucy Garcia, Hannah Ingvoldsen, Kace Johnson, Chancelyn Little, Kiylee Matsumoto, Katie Newlin, Bailey Riley, Morgan Rosselle, Macy Row-Gosvenor, Mckenzy Russell, Jessica Tuttle, Hayley Vannoy, Tiffany

Hog Division AGES 9-12 Acevedo, Aly Aronsen, Peyton Beilke, Capreeece Beilke, Isabella Bogetti, Hayley Boyce, Makenzie Col, Sami Correia, Connor Curry, Grace Dennis, Ryann Dougherty, Carson Dougherty, Cooper Fields, Addie Giannini, Maya Herrera, Bella Kirby, Gavin Leneave, Cash Loogman, Kallie Maraviglia, Justin Maraviglia, Lane Martin, Luke Martin, Trent Mcdonald, Peyton Lee Mendonza, Carson Morelos, Amanda Taylor Nissen, Shelby, Rice, Kailey Robles, Adriana Short, Cecil Slate, Hannah Vierra, Tanner Yokom, Jayden Ages 13-15

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Abrahams, Torie Aguiar, Bryson Aronsen, Kylie Beierle, Laci Blake, Brooklyn Blankenship, Jordyn Bliss, Kendra Bogetti, Mariah Borden, Brayden Bowlin, Sadie Boyce, Austin Col, Josh Davi, Marissa Dennis, Morgan Fields, Jake Gonzalez, Tyler Greenlee, Austyn Harkrader, Grace Jasper, Jacob Johnson, Kaitlyn Lee, Justin Mcdonald, Madison Melson, Emily Montgomery, Hailey Petersen, Jaycee Rezendes, Lucas Sargenti, Isabella Short, Sierra Stonebarger, Allison Torigiani, Mia Verdugo, Mateo Verdugo, Maya Vierra, Paige Webb, Reagan

AGES 16-19 Albrecht, Joshua Andrade, Genna Awalt, Christy Banducci, Brianna Bean, Katelin Becker, Coleton Bliss, Lauren Botelho, Taylor Branford, Madeline Corey, Rodric Davi, Mackenzie Drennen, Nathaniel Higgins, Travis Horwath, Mari Jones, Taylor Lewis, Ty Martinez, Jacob Mccarty, Allyson Morales, Andrew Nuno, Julia Petersen, Jesslyn Pringle, Halie Rezendes, Michael Roche, Maggie Rodgers, Alia Roghair, Audrey Stonebarger, Carson Thompson, Aj Truelson, Tyler

Lamb Division AGES 9-12 Bell, Carson Blackmon, Mcclain Byrd, Hayley Casarotti, Madilyn Coffman, Heidi Conlan, Lacy Ficco, Rebecca Fields, Addie Hawkins, Fallon Hawkins, Tai Kaelin, Mason Ludlow, Maryn Martinez, Reagan

Mendonca, June Mullins, Audrey Parker, Cash Parks, Emily Rotta, Natalee Schneider, Emma Schohr, Joseph Villasenor, Dylan Grace Wagster, Elizabeth Wilson, Kaden Witt, Kensington

AGES 13-15 Albrecht, Hailey Allen, Taylor Andersen, Kiley Anderson, Bailey Ansolabehere, Isabelle Bell, Austin Bridges, Fallon Clower, Allton Clower, Tanner Ellis, Gracia Fields, Jake Franck, Dylan Frasee, Macie Gritts, Brittany Hall, Adrienne Hoekstra, Kenzie Kampmann, Kaitlyn Knight, Lexie Lindsey, Will Loogman, Steven Maral, Maddy Mckinney, Lillie Mendonca, Emily Moore, Zachary Naphan, Joelle Nye, Jadelyn Parker, Laney Richardson, Nicki Rocha, Kayla Roso, Valerie Rotta, Nicole Shane, Austin Shane, Emma Stevens, Brinlee Thomas, Madison Timm, Bella Ward, Emily Woods, Emma

AGES 16-19 Adam, Abigail Autry, Paige Boller, Stella Boynton, Katie Burns, Lr Carpenter, Torrance Coelho, Emma Cole, Audra Dike, Sara Domecus, Aubrianna Doyle, Abbie Garnsey, Elisa Goodwin, Regan Hagerman, Sydney Hartwig, Aubrie Hernandez, Katya Hoekstra, Colton Johnson, Chancelyn Layne, Allison Lewis, Ty Little, Kiylee Mcmann, Kari Medina, Maite Montes, Dominique Morgan, Blake Morino, Luke Oxford, Kai Pendleton, Marissa Peterson, Mary Pat Rios, Sarah Rosselle, Macy Salinas, Sarahi

Seever, Hailey Singleton, Mariah Smith, Shane Struiksma, Katelyn Trujillo, Samantha Vanella, Lexi Woods, Madison Zepeda, Brandi

Wether Dam Ewe Division AGES 9-12 Blackmon, Mcclain Byrd, Hayley Conlan, Lacy Fields, Addie Hawkins, Fallon Hawkins, Tai Kaelin, Mason Ludlow, Maryn Martinez, Reagan Oxford, Lulah Parker, Cash Parks, Emily Schneider, Emma Schohr, Joseph Seever, Hanna Villasenor, Dylan Grace Wagster, Elizabeth Whitman-Snipes, Wessin Wilson, Kaden Wood, Peyton

AGES 13-15 Albrecht, Hailey Andersen, Kiley Anderson, Bailey Bell, Austin Brassfield, Kaycee Bridges, Fallon Fields, Jake Franck, Dylan Fulghum, Lauren Kampmann, Kaitlyn Loogman, Steven Maral, Maddy Mckinney, Lillie Naphan, Joelle Nye, Jadelyn Parker, Laney Richardson, Nicki Roso, Valerie Stevens, Brinlee Timm, Bella Ward, Emily Woods, Emma

AGES 16-19 Adam, Abigail Autry, Paige Boller, Stella Burns, Lr Burris, Lucy Carpenter, Torrance Dike, Sara Domecus, Aubrianna Doyle, Abbie Garnsey, Elisa Hagerman, Sydney Hartwig, Aubrie Johnson, Chancelyn Layne, Allison Little, Kiylee Mcmann, Kari Morgan, Blake Morino, Luke Pendleton, Marissa Russell, Jessica Salinas, Sarahi Seever, Hailey Simonsma, Nichole Struiksma, Katelyn


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Madera County 4-H Crowned 2019 State Champion Livestock Judging Team November 2019.

UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences held its 43rd Annual Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Field Day on Friday, March 1st and Saturday, March 2nd, 2019. This Field Day is open to FFA and 4-H students from California and surrounding states. These students come to Davis to compete in 25 different agriculturally based judging contests, ranging from livestock judging to agriculture computer applications. UC Davis students from a variety of majors coordinate the contests. Faculty, staff, and local community members volunteer their time to make this event possible.

Team members are - pictured, left to right: Regan Fringer – High Individual Reasons and High Individual Overall; Michael Rezendes – 2nd High Individual Overall; Garrett Bowe; and Dilan Basila. The First Place Team may select which contest for which they will represent California. North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE), Louisville, Kentucky; American Royal, Kansas City, MO; and Western National Round-Up, Denver, CO., are the three events they may choose from.

This event is the California State Qualifier for poultry, dairy, and livestock judging. In order to compete in national contest, 4-H youth must first qualify at a State Qualifying Event. The Madera County 4-H Livestock Judging Team was crowned State Champions at the UC Davis 4-H Finals Contest and will represent California at the NAILE in Louisville, KY in

California State Fair Cancels Open Swine Show for 2019 March 25, 2019 — Announcement from the California Pork Producers Association to its membership.

Throughout the many years that the California State Fair Livestock Programs have existed, many of the traditions and program elements have steadily remained the same. In order for the California State Fair to continue to be sustainable into the future we are now tasked with having to make some hard choices and inevitable changes. Some of these decisions have resulted in either eliminating or drastically changing some of our long-standing programs.

Good Afternoon CPPA Members, Earlier today, California State Fair informed CPPA that it will not be offering an Open Swine Show for 2019. Please see the announcement below for details. The California State Fair continuously strives to deliver high quality livestock competitions that are evaluated by nationally recognized judges in all species with the hope of providing an overall great livestock show experience for both our exhibitors and fair guests.

After a considerable amount of research, discussion and cost analysis of the Open Swine Shows over the past several years, fair staff has concluded that due to multiple ongoing factors, including a decline in entries and the number of exhibitors participating along with increasing costs and expenses associated with the show, it is with regret that the California State Fair will not be offering an Open Swine Show for 2019.

Due to the ever-increasing costs of doing business as a State Agency, Cal Expo had to make significant immediate cuts and operational changes beginning in August of 2018. While these cuts have been beneficial on a temporary basis, they are not sustainable into the future and service levels for not only fair time events are being heavily impacted. As a result, it has become imperative for the competitive programs department to take a hard look at all of the programs we offer.

We will be sending a letter from Cal Expo to all of the Open Swine Exhibitors explaining this difficult decision but felt it was important that we informed you and the CPPA Board of Directors of this outcome prior to the mailing of the letter.

Fairs and Expos: Engage, But Don’t Forget Security Principles

By Hannah Thompson-Weeman, Animal Agriculture Alliance

outs and educational materials from ag orgs to have available.

Summer is almost here. For many of us in agriculture that means one thing: fair season. County and state fairs will be in full swing very soon, giving 4-H and FFA members the opportunity to show off another year of hard work. In addition to allowing us to catch up with friends and compete in the show ring, fairs also give all of us involved in animal agriculture a unique chance to connect and engage with the general public.

Unfortunately, animal rights activist orgs also see fairs as major opportunities to spread misinformation about our industry. Activist groups have been vocally targeting 4-H and FFA recently, saying that these programs turn “innocent young children into murderers.” All fair organizers and exhibitors should keep the following security principles in mind. •    All events should have a crisis plan outlining who should do what in various scenarios – protests, disruptions, etc. Crisis plans can also address natural disasters, accidents and other issues that may arise during the event. During this planning process, local law enforcement should be consulted about how to handle activist activity at fairs. 

In order to make the most of your time at the fair, I recommend taking the following proactive steps. •    Make sure everyone who will be working with animals on the grounds is well-versed in proper animal care. All fairs should have an animal care policy that exhibitors review and sign. This policy should be posted on the fairgrounds.

•    Keep an eye out for suspicious activity: people carrying signs or other protest materials, someone taking a strange amount of photos/ videos or talking into a phone or camera, individuals asking very direct questions, etc. Report any concerns immediately to fair management. 

•    Prepare all exhibitors, family members, volunteers and event staff to handle consumer questions positively and enthusiastically. I know answering the same basic questions repeatedly can be tiring, but this could be someone’s only interaction with agriculture for the year – we need to make sure it is a positive one. 

•    Avoid confrontation. Activists want attention – please avoid giving it to them. Keep your cool and let law enforcement or event management handle any issues.  I hope this advice helps ensure that any fairs you participate in remain positive experiences for all. Happy show season! 

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For Junior Showmen who also love the spirit of athletic competition, dance, cheerleading and other activities!

Union Mine High School (Placerville, CA)

Union Mine High School (Placerville, CA)

Activityv: Golf Show: Cattle, Swine

Activities: Golf, Cheer Team, Dirt Bikes, Razor, Hunting, Fishing Show: Cattle, Swine

Los Molinos High School (Los Molinos, CA) Ukiah High School (Redwood Valley, CA) Activity: Trapshooting

Activities: Basketball, Volleyball

Show: Sheep

Show: Goats

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Final Preparations for the Big Day!

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For Junior Showmen who also love the spirit of athletic competition, dance, cheerleading and other activities!

Big Springs Elementary School (Montague, CA)

Grass Valley Charter School (Nevada County, CA) Activities: Volleyball, Basketball, Girl Scouts Show: Swine, Goats

Activities: Baseball, Basketball Show: Sheep

Kermit King Elementary School (Paso Robles, CA)

Lewis Middle School (Paso Robles, CA)

Activity: Dance

Activities: Wrestling, Baseball, Fishing

Show: Swine

Show: Swine

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KEEPIN' UP WITH

THE FFA IN YOUR STATE Winners Announced at the 91st California State FFA Conference The 91st annual California State FFA Leadership Conference, themed “Believe,” was held at the Anaheim Convention Center April 25-28. The conference inspired and challenged students to learn about agriculture and leadership.

Throughout each of the sessions, students were recognized for their outstanding work in numerous categories including speaking contests, proficiency awards, star awards and scholarships. More than $100,000 was awarded to students to further their education and projects.

More than 6,500 FFA members participated in seven sessions featuring keynote speakers and awards along with educational workshops, agricultural tours, competitions and a career show. In addition, the 676 delegates representing 338 chapters conducted the business of the student-led FFA organization.

State FFA Proficiency Award Winners

Ariel Scholten from the Sebastopol FFA Chapter - Ag Communications Proficiency Award • Yesenia Tellez from the Buena Park FFA Chapter - Ag Education Proficiency Award • Josh Heupel from the Merced - Golden Valley FFA Chapter - Ag Mechanics: Design & Fabrication Proficiency Award • Cody Parker from the Merced FFA Chapter - Ag Mechanics: Repair & Maintenance (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Victor Becerra from the Livingston FFA Chapter - Ag Mechanics: Repair & Maintenance (placement) Proficiency Award • Austin Aschwanden from the Turlock Christian FFA Chapter - Ag Processing Proficiency Award • Preston Pauls from the Immanuel FFA Chapter - Ag Sales (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Kiley Andersen from the Sebastopol FFA Chapter - Ag Sales (placement) Proficiency Award • Darren Borba from the Gustine FFA Chapter Ag Services Proficiency Award • Riley D’Arcy from the Marysville FFA Chapter - Agriscience Research: Animal Systems Proficiency Award • Atticus Humphrey from the Sanger FFA Chapter - Agriscience Research: Integrated Systems Proficiency Award • Mackenzie Camacho from the O’NealsMinarets FFA Chapter - Agriscience Research: Plant Systems Proficiency Award • Bailey Morrell from the Willows FFA Chapter - Beef Production (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Emily Wise from the BCHS FFA Chapter - Beef Production (placement) Proficiency Award • Billy Marchy from the Turlock FFA Chapter - Dairy Production (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Jacob Lepori from the Sebastopol-Analy FFA Chapter was awarded the Dairy Production (placement) Proficiency Award • John Mark VanderPoel from the Tulare

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Be sure to check out the next issue for even more RESULTS and FFA HIGHLIGHTS from throughout the Western States!

FFA Chapter - Diversified Ag Production Proficiency Award • Cole Marchy from the Turlock FFA Chapter - Diversified Crop Production (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Ty Cota from the Gridley FFA Chapter Diversified Crop Production (placement) Proficiency Award • Savanah Downs from the Bakersfield Christian FFA Chapter - Diversified Horticulture Production Proficiency Award • Hannah Mancebo from the Chowchilla FFA Chapter was awarded the Diversified Livestock Production Proficiency Award • Liesl Wolf Heinemann from the St. Helena FFA Chapter - Environmental Sciences & Natural Resources Proficiency Award • Colby Perry from the Tollhouse-Sierra FFA Chapter - the Equine Science (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Madison Muschetto from the Jackson-Argonaut FFA Chapter - Equine Science (placement) Proficiency Award • Samantha Rios from the Clovis FFA Chapter was awarded the Food Science & Technology Proficiency Award • Cole Dexheimer from the El Capitan FFA Chapter - Forage Crop Production Proficiency Award • Nick Duft from the Nipomo FFA Chapter Forest Management Proficiency Award • Joshua Albrecht from the CORE Butte FFA Chapter - Goat Production Proficiency Award • Ethan Harlan from the Woodland FFA Chapter - Grain Production (placement) Proficiency Award • Mackinna Henley from the Patterson FFA Chapter - Home and/or Community Development Proficiency Award • Danny Joya from the Madera FFA Chapter Landscape Management Proficiency Award • Ashley Mobley from the La Habra FFA Chapter - Nursery Operations Proficiency Award • Dylan Shea from the Mountain Empire FFA Chapter - Outdoor Recreation Proficiency Award • Rylee Neese from the Central Valley Christian FFA Chapter - Pomology Production Proficiency Award • Fiona Affronti from the Healdsburg FFA

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Chapter - Poultry Production Proficiency Award • Linzee DeGraff from the Marysville FFA Chapter - Sheep Production Proficiency Award • Emilly Hambly from the Healdsburg FFA Chapter - Small Animal Production & Care Proficiency Award • Bailey Alexander from the Foothill PaloCedro FFA Chapter - Special Animal Production Proficiency Award • Sebastian Pinon from the Santa Maria Pioneer Valley FFA Chapter - Special Crop Production Proficiency Award • Olivia Valdez from the Clovis FFA Chapter - Swine Production (entrepreneurship) Proficiency Award • Alyssa Donich from the Ripon FFA Chapter - Swine Production (placement) Proficiency Award • Kyra Wright from the Atwater FFA Chapter Turf Grass Management Proficiency Award • Alexys Bautista from the St. Helena FFA Chapter - Vegetable Crop Production Proficiency Award • Maleah Ramos from the SacramentoSheldon FFA Chapter - Veterinary Science Proficiency Award • Garett Cook from the Foothill-Palo Cedro FFA Chapter- Viticulture Production Proficiency Award • Taylor Williams from the Chico FFA Chapter was awarded the Wildlife Production Proficiency Award

State FFA Contest Award Winners •

1st Place Creed Speaking Contest – Bella Albiani • 1st Place Extemporaneous Speaking Contest – Matthew Brazil • 1st Place Impromptu Speech Contest – Isabella Cawley • 1st Place Job Interview Contest – Joshua Heupel • 1st Place Prepared Speech Contest – Lili Steel • 1st Place Novice Parli Pro Team – Minarets FFA • 1st Place Advanced Parli Pro Team – Minarets FFA


KEEPIN' UP WITH

THE FFA IN YOUR STATE State Star Farmer Awards

Joshua Heupel of the Merced Golden Valley FFA Chapter FFA State Star Farmer

Kimberlina Santos of the Madera FFA Chapter - FFA State Star In Agriscience

Darren Borba of the Gustine FFA Chapter – FFA State Star in Agriculture Placement

Preston Pauls of the Immanuel FFA Chapter - FFA State Star in Agriculture Business

Cal Poly Hosts California FFA State Finals Competition Cal Poly San Luis Obispo was host to more than 2,000 students from across the state at the annual California State FFA Finals competition on Saturday, May 4. This weekend marked the 91st year that Cal Poly has hosted the event.

omy, Dairy Cattle, Farm Business Management, Floriculture, Forestry, Livestock, Nursery Landscape, Marketing, Vegetable Crops, Vet Science, and Welding. The winners of each event will represent California at the National FFA Convention in October in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Students from more than 160 schools across California competed in 22 events throughout the day in categories including Agron•

Best Informed Greenhand High Individual Samantha Albiani Elk Grove FFA 1st Place Team Elk Grove FFA •

Livestock Judging High Individual Michael Rezendes – O’NealsMinarets FFA 1st Place Team O’NealsMinarets FFA

AET Farm Record Book High Individual Dominick Kelly – Firebaugh FFA 1st Place Team Firebaugh FFA • Ag Communications High Individual Camille Rowland – San Luis Obispo FFA 1st Place Team San Luis Obispo FFA • Agriculture Issues 1st Place Team Galt FFA

Agronomy High Individual Sophie Plass – Tulelake FFA 1st Place Team Tulelake FFA • Agricultural Mechanics High Individual Anthony Cortez – Clovis East FFA 1st Place Team Hilmar FFA • Dairy Cattle Judging High Individual Ryan Haringa – Turlock FFA 1st Place Team Hilmar FFA • Farm Business Management High Individual Delaney Sarantopulos – Elk Grove FFA 1st Place Team Elk Grove FFA • Floriculture High Individual Citalli Mendez – Santa Maria FFA 1st Place Tem Susanville-Lassen FFA • Forestry High Individual TC Drury – Red Bluff FFA 1st Place Team Weaverville-Trinity FFA • Light Horse Judging High Individual Madison Eller – Santa Maria FFA 1st Place Team Lodi FFA • Marketing High Individual McKenna Phillips – Visalia-Central FFA 1st Place Team Oakdale FFA

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• Marketing Plan 1st Place Team Atwater FFA • Meat Judging High Individual Faith Gatley – Clovis-East FFA 1st Place Team Clovis-East FFA • Milk Quality and Dairy Foods High Individual Natalie Frontella – Atwater FFA 1st Place Team Santa Maria FFA • Nursery/Landscape High Individual Seraphina Bedoyan – Clovis-East FFA 1st Place Team Clovis-East FFA • Poultry Judging High Individual Jonah Beals – Hughson FFA 1st Place Team Santa Maria FFA • Soil & Land Evaluation High Individual Maria Pichardo – Chowchilla FFA 1st Place Team Chowchilla FFA • Vegetable Crops High Individual Yahir Langarica – Los Molinos FFA 1st Place Team Los Molinos FFA • Veterinary Science High Individual Sydney Cusisk – San Luis Obispo FFA 1st Place Team San Luis Obispo FFA

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March 15-17, 2019 • Corning, California

Supreme Champion Heifer, Shows A & B Shown by Jade Lassaga

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer, Show A Shown by Arden Franks

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer, Show B Shown by Brinlee Stevens

Supreme Champion Steer, Show A Reserve Supreme Champion Steer, Show B Shown by Seth Cox

Supreme Champion Steer, Show B Shown by Cassidy Carroll

Supreme Champion Hog, Show A Shown by Jacob Martinez

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog, Show A Shown by Luke Martin

Supreme Champion Hog, Show B Shown by Taylor Botelho

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog, Show B Shown by Luke Martin

Supreme Champion Lamb, Show A Shown by Madison Woods

Reserve Supreme Champion Lamb, Show A Shown by Hailey Seever

Supreme Champion Lamb, Show B Shown by Madison Woods

Reserve Supreme Champion Lamb, Show B Shown by Shane Smith

Supreme Champion Wether Dam, Show A Shown by Hailey Seever

Supreme Champion Wether Dam, Show B Shown by Hailey Seever

Reserve Supreme Champion Wether Dam, Show B Shown by Rose Davies

Photo Not Available: Reserve Supreme Champion Wether Dam, Show A — Shown by Madison Woods

Supreme Champion Goat, Show A Shown by Chancelyn Johnson

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Reserve Supreme Champion Goat, Show A Shown by Bailey Anderson

Supreme Champion Goat, Show B Shown by Chancelyn Johnson

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Reserve Supreme Champion Goat, Show B Shown by Gabby Vering


5 Tips to Achieve Healthy Hair in the Summer By Jessica Judge, Sure Champ Representative

Make sure you spend the time to really cool them off and get cool water all over their body; this will help to lower their overall body temperature. 3. Work, Work, Work the Hair

It is NO secret. It is A LOT more fun to work on achieving a healthy hair coat in the winter and early spring. Outside temperatures are cooler, cattle are shaggy, and they are naturally growing plenty of hair on their own. But growing hair for the summer is a different story. You go out to the barn and your cattle are itchy and rubbing because of dry skin, it’s hot outside and hair is DEAD. Growing hair in the summer takes much more effort and dedication, but it isn’t impossible to achieve if you establish a routine and keep things systematic.

After rinsing, there is really no need to blow your calf out with such little hair, so you should focus on getting them dry by brushing. Get your animal tied up in the barn under fans and brush the hair straight forward with either a rice root brush or a plastic wash brush. If you want to grow hair, you have to brush A LOT in order to stimulate the hair follicles to grow (until if feels like your arm might fall off). Once you have made several passes brushing forward, and your calf starts to grow a little more hair, you can start working the hair more at a 45-degree angle. When your calf is dried from brushing or from standing under the fans, you should apply some sheen or light oil to keep the hair hydrated and fresh.

1. Shed it or Shear it In the same way you pack away your winter coats when spring and summer come – you need to get rid of your calf’s winter coat of hair before you can focus on new growth. The average hair growth cycle for show cattle is 90 days, thus you should aim to have all the old, dead hair removed 90 days prior to your targeted goal. For example, if your state or county fair is in August, you should plan to have the hair removed by mid-May. There are two basic ways to shuck the dead hair.

Keeping hair and skin hydrated this time of year is so important. With so much rinsing and brushing, you are stripping the hair and skin of its natural oils each time, and thus it is vital that you condition the skin and apply some type of product after each rinsing and brushing session to ensure that some of the natural oils are restored to the animal and its hide is healthy. Keep in mind, whatever oil or product you use should be very light. You want to steer clear of heavy oils, as these will only heat your animal up more and also matte the hair, attracting dirt to cling to it. Keep it light, keep it clean and keep it hydrated!

The fastest way, and arguably the most common method is to shear your calf. This can be done with a plucking blade or a beveled come or blade. Start at the topline of your animal and clip in a downward stroke all the way to the belly line. At this point you should leave and blend about 1-2 inches of hair above the belly line, hind quarter and fore arm. Additionally, you can leave the tailhead hair and blend it the same way you blend the hair below the belly line. There is a good chance that in some parts of the country, you have already shorn your calf. Depending on your spring show season, some calves will get shorn in the first part of March. However, by the end of April, all cattle should be shorn off if you are expecting to grow healthy summer hair. Once your animal is shorn, you might want to consider using a pour-on product like prolate to kill any lice or external pests that cause dry skin or itching.

4. Create a Cold Spell in the Midst of Summer Hair growth is all related to the mind and body working together. If the animal thinks it is preparing for winter, they will most likely grow a thicker hair coat at a faster rate. However, without some barn management, it’s not going to feel much like winter during the longer, brighter days of spring and summer. If you have a cooler, make sure to get your calves rinsed and tied in early in the morning and turned out later when the sun goes down. If you don’t have a cooler, the same rules apply. Try to find a place in your barn where you can turn the lights off or reduce the amount of daylight. Tie your calf in under fans early, work their hair and perhaps rinse again and turn out later in the evening when temperatures decrease. When it comes to hair growth in the summer, it’s about mind over matter.

The second method for dead hair removal is to use a shedding tool like a shedding comb or brush. This method is going to take a lot more muscle, dedication and time, but it is effective to ensure the that any new, healthy hair growing is not lost. You will want to make sure to start this process early and use the shedding comb often to get all the dead hair removed in time.

5. Pay Attention to What’s in the Pan The last step to consistent and healthy hair growth is to make sure you are following a good nutrition program, and your calf is receiving the nutrients vital to hair growth. Make sure your animal is getting a quality vitamin or mineral supplement like Sure Champ®. Sure Champ Cattle, Sure Champ Spark® and Sure Champ Extreme with Climate Controlall contain biotin and zinc to help support healthy hair and hoof growth. Additionally, many exhibitors also add melatonin to their feed, which specifically targets hair growth.

2. It’s a go for H2O When the old hair is gone, it’s time to promote a new, healthy hair coat and that starts with getting them on the wash rack. Rinsing your animal at least once, if not twice a day and using conditioner will help to start and promote new hair growth. You should try to limit the amount of times you wash with soap to about once or twice a week. The more you use soap, the more it dries out the skin and hide which can encourage your cattle to itch and rub.

If you want healthy hair in the heat of summer, you have to be prepared to work hard. But with all things, you get out what you put in. Make a plan and work your plan EVERY. DAY. to make healthy hair a reality.

If it is warm outside, make the most of your time spent rinsing. Start the cold water on their feet and legs, then belly and work your way up the calf.

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Supreme Champion Wether Dam Doe, Show A Shown by Chancelyn Johnson

March 15-17, 2019 • Corning, California

Res. Supreme Champ. Wether Dam Doe, Show A Shown by Carly Castello

Supreme Champion Wether Dam Doe, Show B Shown by Hanna Hamre

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NPPC Cancels 2019 World Pork Expo As Precaution Risk of African Swine Fever Introduction to U.S. Herd Considered Negligible; Decision Made Out of An Abundance of Caution   

Herring said. “An ASF outbreak would immediately close our export markets at a time when we are already facing serious trade headwinds. The retaliatory tariffs we currently face in some of our largest export markets due to trade disputes are among the factors that prompted a conservative decision regarding World Pork Expo. U.S. pork producers are already operating in very challenging financial conditions.” Herring added, “The widespread presence of African swine fever in China’s swine herd, the world’s largest by far, takes the threat of this swine disease to an entirely new level. We ask all producers, travelers and the general public to recognize the heightened risk since the first outbreak was reported in China last year and to heed biosecurity protocols in support of U.S. agriculture.  About ASFAfrican swine fever is a viral disease that causes high mortality in domestic and wild pigs.It spreads through close contact with infected animals or their excretions, or through feedinguncooked contaminated meat to susceptible pigs. African swine fever affects only pigs and presents no human health or food safety risks. About World Pork ExpoHosted by NPPC since 1987, World Pork Expo is the world’s largest pork industry-specific trade show in the world. It brings together pork producers and other industry professional from around the world for three days of education, innovation and networking. About U.S. Pork ProductionU.S. pork producers today provide 26 billion pounds of safe, wholesome and nutritious meat protein to consumers worldwide. With annual sales of more than $20 billion, U.S. pork production generates an estimated $23 billion of personal income and $39 billion of gross national product and supports more than 500,000 jobs across the United States.

Des Moines, IA, April 10, 2019 – The National Pork Producers Council’s board of directors today announced its decision to cancel World Pork Expo 2019 out of an abundance of caution as African swine fever (ASF) continues to spread in China and other parts of Asia. World Pork Expo, held each June at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, hosts approximately 20,000 visitors over three days, including individuals and exhibitors from ASF-positive regions.  African swine fever affects only pigs and presents no human health or food safety risks. There is currently no vaccine to treat the swine disease.  “While an evaluation by veterinarians and other third-party experts concluded negligible risk associated with holding the event, we have decided to exercise extreme caution,” said David Herring, NPPC president and a producer from Lillington, North Carolina. “The health of the U.S. swine herd is paramount; the livelihoods of our producers depend on it. Prevention is our only defense against ASF and NPPC will continue to do all it can to prevent its spread to the United States.”  The decision to cancel this year’s World Pork Expo comes as more than 100 U.S pork producers gather in Washington this week to meet with their members of Congress during NPPC’s Legislative Action Conference. To augment the USDA’s efforts to protect the United States from ASF and other animal diseases, U.S. pork producers are asking Congress to appropriate funding for 600 new U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture inspectors to further strengthen our defenses against African swine fever. “Our farmers are highly export dependent,”

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April 13-14, 2019 • Yuba City, California

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Supreme Champion Lamb Shown by Madison Woods

Reserve Supreme Champion Lamb Shown by Emma Woods

Supreme Champion Wether Dam Ewe Shown by Kiley Anderson

Reserve Supreme Champion Wether Dam Ewe Shown by Emma Woods

Supreme Champion Goat Shown by Chancelyn Johnson

Reserve Supreme Champion Goat Shown by Falynn Gragnani

Supreme Champion Wether Dam Doe Shown by Carly Castello

Reserve Supreme Champion Wether Dam Doe Shown by Hanna Hamre

Supreme Champion Heifer Shown by Georgia Cozzitorto

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer Shown by Joseph Martinez

Supreme Champion Steer Shown by Cassidy Carroll

Reserve Supreme Champion Steer Shown by Taylor Hauck

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Supreme Champion Heifer Shown by Chance Ward

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by Will Ward

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by Carly Wheeler

Reserve Supreme Champion Steer Shown by Georgiz Cozzitorto

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Supreme Champion Steer Shown by Carly Wheeler

March 2-3, 2019 Plymouth, California

Western National Angus Futurity Super Point Roll of Victory Show April 14, 2019 • Reno, Nevada • Judge: Jeff Dameron (Towanda, IL)

Grand Champion Bull Owned by Andrew Hodges (Montague, TX)

Reserve Champion Bull Owned by Andrew Hodges (Montague, TX)

Grand Champion Female Owned by Alexis Koelling (Curryville, MO)

Premier Breeder Award Won by Express Ranches (Yukon, OK)

Reserve Champion Female Owned by Levisay Farms (Creston, CA)

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NILE Announces Internship Opportunity The NILE is offering the experience of a lifetime Oct. 10-20!

set up horse awards, buck bales, and score keep the ranch rodeo. All interns laugh, goof around, and get stuff done. The work details are to be determined, but we guarantee they'll be valuable!

The Northern International Livestock Exposition (NILE) is looking for college students who are willing and able to work all day and into the night, eat and sleep minimally, handle high pressure situations, work in the extreme weather conditions of October in Montana, and enjoy every minute of it.

We get it, the NILE is during the school months and it's hard to get away, but believe us, it's worth it for the experience! Yes, the NILE is months away, but it's not too soon to start thinking about your future. Many of the NILE's past interns are gainfully employed and attribute some of their success to the NILE internship experience. Apply today and set yourself up for success.

NILE staff is looking for those college kids who are little obsessed, a little quirky, and have a lot of heart. We want those who eat, breathe, and sleep stock shows and rodeos. We want those who can function on minimal sleep and maximum caffeine. College kids who have brains and brawn-handle high pressure critical thinking and not be afraid to pick up a pitchfork.

All we are missing is this year's group of interns! It could be YOU! Want more information on how to apply? Go to www.thenile. org for all the answers! All applications must be in the NILE Office by August 30, 2019 and interns will be announced shortly thereafter.

From the bright lights of the rodeo arena, to the heart pounding hooves of the horse events and finally to the smells of adhesives in the cattle barn, you won't want to miss out on the action! The internship is ten days of early mornings and late nights. Some interns work the livestock show ring; checking in exhibitors, lining up steers, shuffling sheep, and recording results. Other interns

Questions? Contact the NILE Office at (406) 256-2495 or by emailing shelby@thenile.org. Apply now at https://www.thenile.org/p/events/youth-events/internships

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Grand Champion Bred & Owned Bull Shown by Ryan Callahan (Edmond, OK)

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Bull Shown by Eva Hinrichsen (Westmoreland, KS)

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Female Shown by Dawson Dal Porto (Oakley, CA)

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Female Shown by Trista Bates (Manhattan, MT)

Grand Champion Owned Female Shown by Alexis Koelling (Curryville, MO)

Reserve Champion Owned Female Shown by Saige Martin (Hereford, TX)

Grand Champion Steer Shown by Nello Baldocchi (Knightsen, CA)

Reserve Champion Steer Shown by Mackenzie Crawford (Atascadero, CA)

April 13, 2019 • Reno, Nevada Judges: Kyle Conley (Sulphur, OK); John Dickinson (Sacramento, CA) Grand Champion Heifer Phenotype and Genotype Show Shown by Mason Tarr (Sanger, CA)

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Reserve Champion Heifer Phenotype and Genotype Show Shown by Eva Hinrichsen (Westmoreland, KS)

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2018 CJL A Awar d Winner s

9-12 Market Hog Division

Sami Col – 1st Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship, Most Improved Special Award; Bella Herrera – 2nd Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Allison Stonebarger – 3rd Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Cooper Dougherty – 4th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Luke Martin – 5th Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Connor Correia – 6th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Grace Curry – 7th Pl Division; Kallie Loogman – 8th Pl Division, 8th Pl Showmanship; Lucas Rezendes – 9th Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Justin George – 10th Pl Division; Trent Martin – 9th Pl Showmanship; Jacob Jasper – 10th Pl Showmanship.

16-19 Market Hog Division

Kilee Gillard – 1st Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Lauren Bliss – 2nd Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship, Herdsmanship Special Award; Jesslyn Petersen – 3rd Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Collin Billings – 4th Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Taylor Botelho – 5th Pl Division; Jayse Souza – 6th Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Keaton Terra – 7th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Rodric Corey – 8th Pl Division, Most Helpful Special Award; Carson Stonebarger – 9th Pl Division, 10th Pl Showmanship; Travis Higgins – 10th Pl Division; Brianna Banducci – 5th Pl Showmanship; Corie Lee Falaschi – 8th Pl Showmanship; Halie Pringle – 9th Pl Showmanship.

9-12 Market Goat Division

Reece Turman – 1st Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship; Kyleigh Forster – 2nd Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Sophia Camou – 3rd Pl Division; Joseph Deniz – 4th Pl Division, 9th Pl Showmanshp; Isabella Actis – 5th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Tristyn Hopfe – 7th Pl Division, 10th Pl Showmanship; Aiden Hohenwarter – 8th Pl Division, 8th Pl Showmanship, Most Improved Special Award; Brody Adams – 9th Pl Division; Evan Roberts – 10th Pl Division; Abby Bianchi – 3rd Pl Showmanship; Jake Lewis – 5th Pl Showmanship; Braden Turman – 6th Pl Showamship.

13-15 Market Hog Division

Christy Awalt – 1st Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Morgan Meitrott – 2nd Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Alia Rodgers – 3rd Pl Showmanship, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Josh Col – 4th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship, Sportsmanship Special Award; Torie Abrahams – 5th Pl Division, 9th Pl Showmanship; Jaycee Petersen – 6th Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Brooklyn Blake – 7th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Kylie Aronsen – 8th Pl Divison, 10th Pl Showmanship; Sierra Short – 9th Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship; Maggie Roche – 10th Pl Division, 8th Pl Showmanship.

Top Ten Overall Market Hog Division Winners

1st – Kilee Gillard; 2nd – Lauren Bliss; 3rd – Christy Awalt; 4th – Jesslyn Petersen; 5th – Morgan Meitrott; 6th – Collin Billings; 7th – Sami Col; 8th – Taylor Botelho; 9th – Jayse Souza; 10th – Alia Rodgers.

13-15 Market Goat Division

Chancelyn Johnson – 1st Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship; Bailey Anderson – 2nd Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship, Sportsmanship Special Award; Hailey Albrecht – 3rd Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Gracia Ellis – 4th Pl Divison, 4th Pl Showmanship; Maddy Cumming – 6th Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship, Herdsmanship Special Award; Kaycee Brassfield – 7th Pl Division, 9th Pl Showmanship; Hayley Tuttle – 8th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Alexis Diniz – 9th Pl Division; 8th Pl Showmanship; Charlize Diniz – 10th Pl Division; Laney Parker – 10th Pl Showmanship.


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16-19 Market Goat Division

Lauren Bliss – 1st Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Gabby Vering – 2nd Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Hannah Garcia – 3rd Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Sage Saunders – 4th Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Meagan Dewar – 5th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Garrett Bowe – 6th Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship, Most Helpful Special Award; Lucy Burris – 7th Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Karleen Hults – 8th Pl Division, 9th Pl Showmanship; Katelyn Diniz – 9th Pl Division, 10th Pl Showmanship; Tyler Sewell – 10th Pl Division; Brandon Smith – 8th Pl Showmanship.

Top Ten Overall Wether Dam Doe Division Winners

1st – Chancelyn Johnson & Herdsmanship Special Award; 2nd – Abby Bianchi & Most Improved Special Award; 3rd – Katie Matsumoto; 4th – Kaycee Brassfield; 5th – Hannah Garcia & Most Helpful Special Award; 6th – Bailey Anderson; 7th – Garrett Bowe; 8th – Aiden Hohenwarter; 9th – Isabella Actis; 10th – Gabriella Camou & Sportsmanship Award.

13-15 Market Lamb Division

Madison Woods – 1st Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Kiley Andersen – 2nd Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship, Herdsmanship Special Award; Chancelyn Johnson – 3rd Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Bailey Anderson – 4th Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Hailey Albrecht – 5th Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship, Sportsmanship Special Award; Maci Meads – 6th Pl Division, 8th Pl Showmanship; Emma Coelho – 7th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Laney Parker – 8th Pl Division, 9th Pl Showmanship; Nichole Simonsma – 9th Pl Division; Colton Hoekstra – 7th Pl Showmanship; Gracia Ellis – 10th Pl Showmanship.

Top Ten Overall Market Goat Division Winners 1st – Reese Turman; 2nd – Chancelyn Johnson; 3rd – Kyleigh Forster; 4th – Lauren Bliss; 5th – Bailey Anderson; 6th – Hailey Albrecht; 7th – Gabby Vering; 8th – Hannah Garcia; 9th – Sage Saunders; 10th – Gracia Ellis.

9-12 Market Lamb Division

Emma Woods – 1st Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Emily Ward – 2nd Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship; Austin Bell – 3rd Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Tai Hawkins – 4th Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Reese Turman – 5th Pl Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Wyatt Wonnell – 6th Pl Division; Reagan Martinez – 7th Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Madilyn Casarotti – 8th Pl Division; Kenzie Hoekstra – 9th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship, Most Improved Special Award; Emily Parks – 10th Pl Division, 10th Pl Showmanship; Kyleigh Forster – 8th Pl Showmanship; Jake Lewis – 9th Pl Showmanship.

16-19 Market Lamb Division

Shane Smith – 1st P Division, 1st Pl Showmanship; Marissa Pendleton – 2nd Pl Division, 2nd Pl Showmanship, Most Helpful Special Award; Sydney Edwards – 3rd Pl Division, 5th Pl Showmanship; Taylor Curutchague – 4th Pl Division, 3rd Pl Showmanship; Kaci Walker – 5th Pl Division, 7th Pl Showmanship; Paige Autry – 6th Pl Division, 6th Pl Showmanship; Blake Morgan – 7th Pl Division, 8th Pl Showmanship; Gabby Vering – 8th Pl Division, 4th Pl Showmanship; Audra Cole – 9th Pl Division; Kari McMann – 10th Pl Division; Maddie Griffiths – 9th Pl Showmanship; Wyatt Colbert – 10th Pl Showmanship.


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Top Ten Overall Market Lamb Division Winners 1st – Madison Woods; 2nd – Shane Smith; 3rd – Marissa Pendleton; 4th – Kiley Andersen; 5th –Chancelyn Johnson; 6th – Bailey Anderson; 7th – Emma Woods; 8th – Sydney Edwards; 9th – Taylor Curutchague; 10th – Hailey Albrecht.

English Steer Division

Top Ten Overall Wether Dam Ewe Division Winners

1st – Meagan Martinez; 2nd – Kiley Andersen; 3rd – Chancelyn Johnson; 4th – Kaci Walker & Sportsmanship Special Award; 5th – Emily Ward & Most Helpful Special Award; 6th – Colton Hoekstra; 7th – Steven Loogman & Most Improved Award; 8th – Laney Parker; 9th – Maci Meads & Herdsmanship Award; 10th – Marissa Pendleton.

Black / Black-X Steer Division

Sydney Weaver – 1st Pl Division; Analeina Lugo – 2nd Pl Division; Chas McPheeters – 3rd Pl Division, 10th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Jaden Ross – 4th Pl Division; Austin Sweeney – 5th Pl Division; Madison Thomas – 6th Pl Division; Owen Allen – 7th Pl Division; Calista Schreck – 8th Pl Division; Jarrett Lassaga – 9th Pl Division, 8th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; JP Ficher – 10th Pl Division.

Maddy Henson – 1st Pl Division, 8th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Jacob Lugo – 2nd Pl Division, 9th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Analeina Lugo- 3rd Pl Division, 2nd Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship, Most Improved Special Award; Carly Wheeler – 4th Pl Division, 1st Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Georgia Cozzitorto – 5th Pl Division, 1st Pl 13-1 Beef Showmanship; Margaret Lugo – 6th Pl Division; Laynie Wright – 7th Pl Division, Herdsmanship Special Award; Joshua Sousa – 8th Pl Division; Braden Wheeler – 9th Pl Division, 3rd Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Kolbe Lugo – 10th Pl Division, 10th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship.

All Other Color Steer Division

Top Ten Overall Steer Division Winners

Margaret Lugo – 1st Pl Division, Sportsmanship Special Award; Lexi Vanella – 2nd Pl Division; Danna Staberg – 3rd Pl Division, 5th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Kolbe Lugo – 4th Pl Division; Georgia Cozzitorto – 5th Pl Division; Addison Blinn – 6th Pl Division; Brian Dreyer – 7th Pl Division, 2nd Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship, Most Helpful Special Award; Ryder Wakeman – 8th Pl Division; Jade Lassaga – 9th Pl Division; Francesca Pharo – 10th Pl Division.

1st – Margaret Lugo; 2nd – Analeina Lugo; 3rd – Maddy Henson; 4th – Jacob Lugo; 5th – Kolbe Lugo; 6th – Brian Dreyer; 7th – Carly Wheeler; 8th – Chas McPheeters; 9th – Sydney Weaver; 10th – Joshua Sousa.


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Hereford Heifer Division

Joshua Albrecht – 1st Pl Division, 2nd Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Tanner Collins – 2nd Pl Division, 6th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship, Most Improved Special Award; Kaitlin Dores – 3rd Pl Division; Georgia Cozzitorto – 4th Pl Division; Carter Collins – 5th Pl Division, 6th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Brandon Pacheco – 6th Pl Division, 7th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship; Dana Sousa – 7th Pl Division, 3rd Pl 15-21 Beef Showmanship; Carly Wheeler – 8th Pl Division; Madison Dewar – 9th Pl Division; Joseph Schohr – 10th Pl Division.

Shorthorn Heifer Division

Joseph Martinez – 1st Pl Division, 5th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Hayden Allen – 2nd Pl Division, Kaili Mills – 3rd Pl Division; Owen Allen – 4th Pl Division; Analeina Lugo – 5th Pl Division; Camryn Mattos – 6th Pl Division; Kalie Bisagno – 7th Pl Division, Most Helpful Special Award; Aaron Kerlee – 8th Pl Division; Evan Wolfe – 9th Pl Division; Laynie Wright – 10th Pl Division.

Charolais Heifer Division

Laynie Wright – 1st Pl Division; Sabrina Minton – 2nd Pl Division; Nick Souza – 3rd Pl Division; Haley Rocha – 4th Pl Division; Clayton Hill – 5th Pl Division; Maddy Rose Nevels – 6th Pl Division; Stran Stevens – 7th Pl Division, 9th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Clayton Cox – 8th Pl Division; Lexi Vanella – 9th Pl Division; Levi Neimella – 10th Pl Division.

Angus Heifer Division

Elizabeth Vietheer – 1st Pl Division, 6th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship; Sydney Weaver – 2nd Pl Division; Georgia Cozzitorto – 3rd Pl Division; Carly Wheeler – 4th Pl Division; Heather Welcher – 5th Pl Division; Jarrett Lassaga – 6th Pl Division; Brandon Pacheco – 7th Pl Division; Sydney Franks – 8th Pl Division; Brinlee Stevens – 9th Pl Division; Riley Gonsalves – 10th Pl Division, 9th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship.

Maine Anjou/Mainetainer Heifer Division

Laney Rocha – 1st Pl Division, 4th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Jenna Scherer – 2nd Pl Division, 4th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship; Justin Cozzi – 3rd Pl Division, 1st Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship, Herdsmanship Special Award; Joshua Albrecht -4th Pl Division, Sportsmanship Special Award; Aaron Kerlee – 5th Pl Division; Brian Dreyer – 6th Pl Division; Brandon Pacheco – 7th Pl Division; Amanda Arledge – 8th Pl Division, 5th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship; Margaret Lugo – 9th Pl Division; Kaili Mills – 10th Pl Division; Taylor Bacchi – 10th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship.

Chi-X/Chi-Maine Heifer Division

Georgia Cozzitorto – 1st Pl Division; Kimberlyn Bassett – 2nd Pl Division; Haley Rocha – 3rd Pl Division, 3rd Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Amanda Arledge – 4th Pl Division; Rachel Day – 5th Pl Division, 8th Pl 16-21 Beef Showmanship; Stran Stevens – 6th Pl Division; Jenna Scherer – 7th Pl Division; Clayton Cox – 8th Pl Division; Aaron Kerlee – 89th Pl Division; Clay Hubbell – 10th Pl Division.


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All Other Breeds Heifer Division

Dana Sousa – 1st Pl Division; Elizabeth Vietheer – 2nd Pl Division; Taylor Hauck – 3rd Pl Division, 7th Pl 9-12 Beef Showmanship; Justin Cozzi – 4th Pl Division; Owen Allen – 5th Pl Division; Jade Lassaga – 6th Pl Division, 7th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Levi Neimella – 7th Pl Division; Sydney Weaver – 8th Pl Division; Payton Darrah – 9th Pl Division, 4th Pl 13-15 Beef Showmanship; Georgia Cozzitorto – 10th Pl Division.

Top Ten Overall Steer Division Winners

1st – Georgia Cozzitorto; 2nd – Dana Sousa; 3rd – Joseph Martinez; 4th – Brandon Pacheco; 5th – Elizabeth Vietheer; 6th – Laynie Wright; 7th – Sydney Weaver; 8th – Justin Cozzi; 9th – Haley Rocha; 10th – Joshua Albrecht.

Thanks and Recognition: We would like to recognize and thank the following people for their help and support in making the CJLA awards program a success...

Kristi Mattes and Family *

Can't Thank You enough for all your Hard Work in making the banquet special for everyone! The Decorations are Fabulous!!!!!

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For the Great Facilities and for working with us.

Paso Robles Fairgrounds

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Sullivan Supply, Inc.

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Farm Supply

Family and Friends

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We would like to thank you for MCing our awards program in each ring!! We greatly appreciate it


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CJLA Essay Contest "Attitude, Flexibility, and Focus" By Josh Col, 1st Place Winner, 13-15 Division According to Weaver Leather’s List of Principles to Live and Lead, the definition of attitude is “the capacity to stay positive and optimistic despite the circumstances.” My idea of the word attitude is constantly changing because my attitude is not always consistent. My attitude is dependent on how I am feeling, the time of the day, and how much I’ve eaten. When I think of how the work attitude applies in my life, I think about being at my pig barn. At the barn, attitude is everything because it affects how the pigs work and how my family and I interact together. If I have a negative attitude while working my pig it can result in my pig becoming stressed which may ultimately undo the work that has been put into training my pig therefore; it is important that I always have a positive attitude. When I train my pig with a positive attitude the pig responds positively and cooperates with me. At school, my attitude impacts how I talk to and work with my classmates and teachers. At school I do my best to speak kindly to my teachers and fellow class mates because these interactions have a large impact on not only the classroom environment but, more importantly the success of each of us. According to Weaver Leather’s List of Principles to Live and Lead, the definition of flexibility is “the willingness to change or compromise as a situation requires.” In order to be flexible an individual must be willing to adapt as required to meet the objectives of a situation. How flexible I am affects my how I address problems and tasks and how I can come up with creative ways to resolve situations.

and pick a different route to ensure I don’t injure myself or damage my A.T.V., even if that means taking a longer route. Also, I must commonly be flexible at school, in particular regarding my time management. It is often hard to predict what my homework schedule will be, so I must remain flexible so that I can complete my homework and prepare properly for my exams. Sometimes I have a school assignment and the only time I have to do it is during my free time. While sometimes I have other plans, which I would prefer to take part in instead, I know I have to be flexible and take time to make sure that I have all A’s. Last, I am flexible with my schedule because I am a part of the youth showing community which, at times requires me to miss school. According to Weaver Leather’s List of Principles to Live and Lead, the definition of orderliness is “organizing and caring for responsibilities and possessions efficiently.” Orderliness is a word that describes me because I like to be neat. Also, having everything just so is not enough, I like it to be perfect. Some may even say that I have OCD. I apply orderliness in life by making sure everything is done the right way the first time so that I don’t have to do it again a second time. I have noticed when I am organized and properly take care of my responsibilities the first time, I feel much less stressed and I am overall happier. I exhibit orderliness at school by making sure that all my school work is organized and that I myself am organized. To accomplish this goal, I have to make sure that I am aware of deadlines on a daily basis. At home I exhibit orderliness through ensuring that all of my chores are done. After, I make sure to check with my family to ensure that there are no tasks that I can help with. While a positive attitude, flexibility, and orderliness are only a few principles I use in my everyday life at school, at home, and with my pigs; I have found that these characteristics make me truly successful.

One way I have had to be flexible in the past is when making food for my pigs. Sometimes when I am making food for my pigs I don’t have all of the specific ingredients so I have to be flexible and choose a different feed to be sufficient for my pigs' needs. The word flexibility applies in my life when I am at our family ranch and I am driving around on my A.T.V. Sometimes there are obstructions on the path I planned to take so I have to be flexible

No 2nd-Place Winner in this Division. No entries in the 16-19 Division.


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CJLA Essay Contest By Rhys Ludlow, 1st Place Winner, 13-15 Division CJLA Essay Contest I have heard a saying throughout my life  “At least once in your life you will need a Lawyer, a Police officer, a Doctor, and a Priest but every day three times a day you will need a person in the ag industry”. While this is a very true statement I don't think we give enough recognition to the organizations that shape the people that are in this industry, like CJLA, 4-H, and FFA. One thing that I have learned from these organizations is how to have a great attitude when facing challenges. Attitude is everything especially when you show and raise livestock. Animals interpret your feelings based on body language.  You always have to have a calm temperament in order for the animals to not react negatively. This also translates throughout your life to keep your composure no matter what the situation. So not only are these organizations raising the next generation of people immersed in ag, but are teaching the younger generations of people life skills. Another attribute that these youth groups have taught me, is how to be motivated. Staying motivated is a super important skill that is vital to be successful throughout life.  You have to be able to motivate yourself and others while being positive and open to new

ways of doing things. I have found this motivation through showing livestock. Every aspect of it makes me want to move forward to become the best I am able to be. When it comes to showing and preparing to show it is extremely exhilarating.  When you go into the show ring and show off all that you have worked for. There are so many emotions flowing, pride, nervousness, and anticipation all balled up into one.  The best thing for me is a champion title to show that all of my hard work has paid off. I enjoy demonstrating the traits that showing livestock has taught me,    how to be passionate, patient, and productive. I have been blessed to have many mentors throughout the time I have been showing.  My biggest influences have been breeders, 4-h leaders, and my family. While I have learned so much during the time I have been showing I still have a lot to learn and I continue to learn every day.    Lots of kids choose different activities to participate in.  Even though I like to do other things. Showing has been my main focus this year.  It is so important to me to be successful showing that I chose to skip a year on the alpine race team this winter.  It has really paid off. I have enjoyed the most rewarding year since I started showing. I can't wait for a new season of shows and all that it brings.     I would not have these opportunities if it wasn’t for CJLA.  Thank you to everyone that makes all of this possible for me, and so many other kids that feel as passionate about showing livestock.  We couldn’t do it without your support.    

2nd Place Winner in the 9-12 Division: Sami Col


Dave Spaulding Memorial Scholarship Winners: 1st Place Girl, receiving $300.00 Award: Kilee Gillard 1st Place Boy, receiving $300.00 Award: Brian Dreyer

Kilee Gillard 3rd High Individual - Arizona National Livestock Judging Contest 2017 Grand Champion Market Hog Merced Fair 2017 Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog - Yuma Belt Buckle Blowout 2018 Grand Champion Market Hog Orange Blossom Klassic 2018

Grand Champion Market Hog - Northern Exposure 2018 Grand Champion Market Hog - Los Banos Fair 2018 4th Overall Berkshire Gilt World Pork Expo 2018 Grand Champion Market Barrow - California State Fair 2018

Grand Champion Prospect Hog Cowabunga Classic 2018 Grand Champion Market Hog Cow Palace 2018 Ranked #1 Swine Exhibitor in California - CJLA 2018 Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow - Arizona National 2018

BRIAN DREYER Exeter, California - (559) 804-1321

Steers - Heifers - Established Breeding Herd

Being raised on a diversified farming operation as well as having a background in livestock production has led me to gain many life skills. Skills such as responsibility and a strong work ethic are practiced everyday in my operation. Everyday tasks have taught me many lessons and have paved the path for some of the fondest memories. The many shows throughout the past 8 years, experiencing calving season, and helping other young people learn about their livestock projects has made it an unforgettable experience.

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Wall of Past Winners: 2000 Overall Winners Overall Steer: Jared Watts Overall Heifer: Joseph Amaral Overall Hog: Sara Houret Overall Lamb: David Downs

2006 Overall Winners

2012 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Katie Duysen Overall Heifer: Ashley Judge Overall Hog: Kyle Brem Overall Lamb: James Smith Overall Goat: Felicia Byrne

Overall Steer: Suzanne Amaral Overall Heifer: Aaron Kerlee Overall Hog: Matthew Conant Overall Lamb: Amy Hanks Overall Goat: Tyson Brem

2007 Overall Winners

2013 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Allison Mebane Overall Heifer: Ashley Judge Overall Hog: Baylee Starkey Overall Lamb: Jackie Smith Overall Goat: Alexandra Staley

Overall Steer: Austin Thompson Overall Heifer: Aaron Kerlee Overall Hog: Kiana Peters Overall Lamb: Bridgette Eldridge Overall Goat: Erin Johnson

2008 Overall Winners

2014 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Brittney Barnett Overall Heifer: Jessica Judge Overall Hog: Micah Clark Overall Lamb: Makayla Spaman Overall Goat: Felicia Byrne

Overall Steer: RaeAnn Brown Overall Heifer: Madison Andrade Overall Hog: Sutter Long Overall Lamb: Tyler Wilkerson Overall Goat: Tyler Wilkerson

Overall Steer: Mari Catherine Hunt Overall Heifer: Garrett Blanchard Overall Hog: Kylie Watson Overall Sheep: Jared Hixon Overall Goat: Robin Millerick

2009 Overall Winners

2015 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Nicole Hefner Overall Heifer: Jessica Judge Overall Hog: Micah Clark Overall Lamb: Shaylynn Beam Overall Goat: Felicia Byrne

Overall Steer: Madison Andrade Overall Heifer: Georgia Cozzitorto Overall Hog: Sutter Long Overall Lamb: Morgan Kiser Overall Goat: Nicole Rider

2004 Overall Winners

2010 Overall Winners

2016 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Kadie Calac Overall Heifer: Austin Perry Overall Hog: Kylie Watson Overall Lamb: Andrew Beam Overall Goat: Rachel Imbach

Overall Steer: Devinann Sherwood Overall Heifer: Macy Perry Overall Hog: Mariesa Cramer Overall Lamb: Kyle Kerlee Overall Goat: Hazen Bisnett

Overall Steer: Sam Patton Overall Heifer: Georgia Cozzitorto Overall Hog: Jacob Jasper Overall Lamb: Morgan Kiser Overall Goat: Chancelyn Johnson

2005 Overall Winners

2011 Overall Winners

2017 Overall Winners

Overall Steer: Kadie Calac Overall Heifer: Ashley Judge Overall Hog: Kylie Watson Overall Lamb: Andrew Beam Overall Goat: Robin Millerick

Overall Steer: Stewart Andres Overall Heifer: Alexius Watje Overall Hog: Baylie McIntyre Overall Lamb: Kristyn Smith Overall Goat: Samantha Woods

Overall Steer: Ashley Marie Weiman Overall Heifer: Georgia Cozzitorto Overall Hog: Jacob Jasper Overall Lamb: Kiley Andersen Overall Goat: Chancelyn Johnson Overall Wether Dam Doe: Chancelyn Johnson

2001 Overall Winners Overall Steer: Candice Woessner Overall Heifer: Joseph Amaral Overall Hog: Kylie Watson Overall Lamb: Jared Hixon Overall Goat: Robin Millerick 2002 Overall Winners Overall Steer: Candice Woessner Overall Heifer: Joseph Amaral Overall Hog: Kylie Watson Overall Lamb: Jared Hixon Overall Goat: Robin Millerick 2003 Overall Winners


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: awecattleco@yahoo.com (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)

MAY/JUNE 2019

• D-B Club Calves

• Imhof Cattle Co.

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

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)

• Dillabo Livestock

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

• Irwin Cattle

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)

• Dorr Family Show Cattle

Davey Dorr (707) 799-3738 Dave & Nancy Dorr (707) 689-0136 Healdsburg, CA Email: daveydorr@gmail.com Email: nancydorr@gmail.com Check us out on Facebook (Club Calves, Show Heifers & Freezer Beef)

• J/4 Cattle Company

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)

• K Bar G Cattle Co.

Steve Guerrero, Lisa Kuppens-Guerrero & Tyee Guerrero (209) 281-9535 P.O. Box 1970, Oakdale, CA 95361 Email: kbargcattleco@gmail.com Website: www.kbargcattleco.com (Res. & Commercial Angus, Semen & AI Cert.Technicians)

• 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)

• K2 Show Cattle

Kyle Long 20200 Live Oak Rd., Red Bluff, CA 96080 (C) (209) 728-7414; (H) (209) 920-4093 Email: k2showcattle@gmail.com Website: www.k2showcattle.com (Purebred Shorthorns & Short.-Maine X — Steers & Heifers)

• 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)

• 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)

• 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)

• L/S Show Cattle

• Grimsley Cattle & Goats

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)

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)

• Hartill Cattle Co.

• M2 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)

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

• Machado Livestock

• H.A.V.E. Angus

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

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

• Morrell Ranches

• Hildebrand Hay and Cattle

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)

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)

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• Noble Cattle Company

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

• Poncetta Farms

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)

• Prechter Livestock

Maddie Prechter (530) 913-4137 25150 Barefoot Rd., Grass Valley, CA 95949 Email: prechterlivestock@gmail.com (Show Steers & Heifers)

• R&R Farms

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 (Mary); (530) 682-0356 (Natalie) 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)

• Strickler Livestock

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

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

• Brem Club Lambs

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

• Stockton Cattle Co.

Miley & Dan Stockton 541-513-5522; 541-908-2052 307 NW Ivy Lane, Madras, OR Website: www.facebook.com/StocktonCattleCompany (Reg. Angus, Show Heifers, and Club Calves)

• C4 Sheep Co.

Rick & Crystal Clower Rick: (707) 951-6257; Crystal: (707) 951-9365 14041 E. Jahant Rd., Acampo, CA 95220 Email: crysward@yahoo.com Website: www.facebook.com/c4sheepco (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)

• Teixeira Cattle Co.

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

• Bianchi Club Lambs

• Stateline Cattle Co.

• Sunnyday Shorthorns

• Wagner Livestock, LLC

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

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)

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

• Asmus Club Lambs

• Country Inn Cattle Co.

• Spring Valley Land & 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)

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)

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

• 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)

Oregon

• Buff Beef Ranch

• Shasta College Farm

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

• Ansolabehere/Carter Club Lambs

• Cummings Club Lambs

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

Utah

• 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)

• 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)

• 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)

• Ward Cattle Co.

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

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)

Nevada

• Brumley Farms

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

Bib Coker - (916) 539-1987 Chris Beck - (618) 367-5397 640 Genoa Lane, Minden, NV 89423 Website: www.genoalivestock.com (Registered Hereford Show Heifers, Steers, Bulls. Visitors always welcome!)

Washington

• Damar Farms, Inc.

• Farao Club Lambs

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

Idaho

• Holt Family Cattle

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)

Sheep Breeders

• 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)

Arizona

• Spaulding Club Lambs

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

• Foscalina Club Lambs

Charles & Marilyn (925) 447-7210 3073 Cross Road, Livermore, CA 94550 Email: marilynfoscalina@aol.com (Club lambs,Wether Sires & Dams)

• 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)

• 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)

• Modesto Junior College

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

• Morino Brothers 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)

• Nunes Club Lambs & Project Goats

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

• Freitas/Bianchi Club Lambs

California

Allan & Norma Freitas Rodney & Kelly Bianchi (209) 847-1017; (209) 604-4345 Kelly: (831) 801-7002 10042 Cleveland Ave., Oakdale, CA 95361 Email: freitas1017@velociter.net Website: www.freitasbianchidorsets.com (Dorset, Speck and Crossbred Club Lambs)

• 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)

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• Pavletich Club Lambs

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

• Three Sisters Sheep

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

• 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)

• Shining Star Club Lambs

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

• Siebert Genetics

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)

MAY/JUNE 2019

• Moench Farms

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

• Long Club Lambs

• Ottenwalter Show Pigs

Ryan & Mandy Long Ryan: (801) 664-3430; Mandy: (801) 664-3311 Vernal, UT Email: longclublambs@outlook.com Website: www.longclublambs.com (Club Lambs, Ewes & Rams)

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

• Power House Farms

Swine Breeders

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

California

• 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)

• A One Show Pigs

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

• 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)

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)

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)

• 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)

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California

• 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)

• Bush Show Goats

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)

• HJ Boer Goats

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

• McDaniel Livestock

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

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)

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)

• Shasta College Farm

• Small Town Genetics

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)

• Krische Family Swine

• Maggenti Show Goats

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

• Desert Show Pigs

Oregon

• Seaver Show Pigs

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

• Cy Hawkins Showpigs

• Golden State Genetics

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)

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

Utah

• Stornetta Club Lambs/ Spring Creek Ranch

• Sunrise Sheep Company

• Modesto Junior College

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)

• Generation X Farms

Diana & Dawn Stornetta 4901 Gravenstein Hwy. North Sebastopol, CA 95472 (707) 490-2607; (707) 217-5808 www.springcreekranchclublambs.com (Club Lambs)

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

• Zeigler Club Lambs

• Spring Valley Land & Livestock

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

• M.B. Show Pigs

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)

• 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)

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)

• UC Davis Sheep Facility

• Ponce Club Lambs

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

• Loin Eye Hog Farms

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

Michael Poncetta - (661) 978-0955 10924 Wible Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93313 Email: michaelponcetta@gmail.com (Show Wethers, Percentage Does) Eric McDaniel (559) 977-9895 Hughson, CA Email: mcdaniellivestock@gmail.com Website: www.mcdaniellivestock.com (Show Wethers and Does)

• Moonstone Ranch, Inc.

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

• Radiant Reds Boer Goats

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

• Richardson Livestock

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


• Shasta College Farm

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

• UC Davis Goat Facility 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)

Idaho

• Holt Meat Goats

East of the Rockies

Nevada

• Hummel Livestock

• JC Boer 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)

Julie Carreiro - (831) 297-2216 458 Mountain City Hwy. #11 Elko, NV 89801 Email: info@jcboergoats.com Website: www.jcboergoats.com (Fullblood boer goats & market wethers; artificial insemination services)

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)

• Willoughby Show Goats

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

AUCTIONEERS

Call 408-888-2503 to find out how.

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!)

HAULING

• 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!)

JEWELRY

• Evans Silver

Breeders Directory Listings are also posted on the Pacific Showcase website at no additional charge! Get your name in the magazine and on the web year-round for one low price!

PHOTOGRAPHERS

• The Nasco Catalog Outlet Store

• Bassett Photography

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)

• Branded Rose & Co.

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NEVADA

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(pg. 2)May 30-Jun. 1 June. 6-9

OREGON

ARIZONA July 12-13 Holbrook) Oct. 4- 27 Dec. 27 - Dec. 31

(Back Cover)Jun. 13-15 Western Limousin/Charolais Exposition 
 (Klamath Co. Fairgrounds - Klamath Falls) Jun. 15 Mt. Hood Classic Jackpot Show (Mt. Hood) Jun. 16-17 Klamath Youth Cattle Jackpot 
 (Klamath Co, Fairgrounds - Klamath Falls) Jun. 20-23 Pacific International Jr. Livestock Show (Prineville) July 6 UCCA Desert Classic (Umatilla Co. Fairgrounds) Aug. 23-Sept. 2 Oregon State Fair (Salem) Sept. 21-22 Jackson Co. Harvest Fair (Jackson Co. Fairgrounds - Central Point) Sept. 29 Western Fall Classic Livestock Judging Contest 
 (Jackson Co. Expo - Central Point) Oct. 26-27 Cascade Spectacular All Breeds Jackpot Show & Sale 
 (Deschutes Co. Expo Center - Redmond)

Route 66 Classic Jackpot Show (Navajo County Fairgrounds Arizona State Fair (Phoenix) Arizona National Livestock Show (Phoenix)

CALIFORNIA (pg. 36)May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 15 Jun. 15 (pg. 36)Jun. 19 Jun. 21-23 (pg. 13)Jul. 12-28 July 19 (pg. 36)Jul. 25 (pg. 25)Aug. 2-4 Aug. 3-4 Sept. 7-8 (pg. 15)Oct. 5-6 Oct. 10-13 Oct. 27 Oct. Nov. 1-3 (pg. 15)Nov. 2-3 (pg. 9)Nov. 8-10 Nov. 16-17 Nov. 23-24 Dec. Dec. 7-8 Dec. 14-15 Feb. 14-16, 2020

Ottenwalter’s Showpig Sale (online sale at thepigplanet.com) North Coast Jr. Meat Goat Show (Ukiah) Stateline Spectacular Jr. Livestock Show 
 (Tulelake-Butte Valley Fair - Tulelake) Sierra Supreme Jackpot Show (Plumas Co. Fairgrounds - Quincy) Ottenwalter’s Showpig Sale (online sale at thepigplanet.com) Pork Spectacular (Merced Co. Fairgrounds - Merced) California State Fair (Sacramento) California Mid-State Fair Jackpot Show (Mid State Fair - Paso Robles) Ottenwalter’s Showpig Sale (online sale at thepigplanet.com) Red Wave Livestock Judging Camp (Fresno State - Fresno) San Benito Classic (Bold Park Fairgrounds - Tres Pinos) Next Level Show Camp (Hanford) Northern Exposure Fall Classic 
 (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center - Corning) Grand National Rodeo, Horse & Stock Show
 (Cow Palace - San Francisco) “Spotlight on Quality” Shorthorn Jackpot 
 (Chowchilla Fairgrounds - Chowchilla) Oktoberfest Boer Goat Show (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds - Turlock) Stierwalt Beef Clinic (Porterville) Northern Exposure Jr. Cattle Show (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center - Corning) The Autumn Classic Show & Sale (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds - Turlock) CNHA Hereford Classic Jr. Jackpot Show (Yuba Sutter Fairgrounds - Yuba City) Harvest Moon Jackpot Show (Kern Co. Fairgrounds - Bakersfield) Rolling Hills Boeranza (Rolling Hills Equestrian Center - Corning) Angus Days (Stanislaus Co. Fairgrounds - Turlock) Holiday Classic (Kern Co. Fairgrounds - Bakersfield) Cal Poly’s Western Bonanza 
 (Mid State Fairgrounds - Paso Robles

UTAH Jun. 7-8 July July 18-20 Sept. 5-15 Nov. 15-16 Dec.

Aug. 16-25 Aug. 30-Sept. 7

June 29-30 July 20-21 Aug. 30-Sept. 22 Sept. 20-Sept. 29 Nov. 2

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Next Level Show Camp (Chehalis) Sagebrush Classic Jr. Show (Connell) Washington State Fair (Puyallup) Central Washington State Fair (Yakima) Western Showcase (Moses Lake)

OTHER (pg. 3)Jun. 8

Black Hereford Ranch “Cream of the Crop” Female & Bull Sale (at the Ranch - Crawford, OK) Jun. 15-20 Mini Hereford Junior Nationals (Claremore, OK) Jun. 16 -22 Red Angus Junior Nationals (Grand Island, NE) Jun. 16-21 Charolais Junior Nationals (Fort Worth, TX) Jun. 23-29 Maine-Anjou Junior Nationals (Des Moines, IA) Jun. 23-29 Chianina Junior Nationals (Des Moines, IA) Jun. 23-30 Shorthorn Junior Nationals (Lebanon, TN) Jun. 25-30 Miniature Hereford Jr. National (Claremore, OK) Jun. 27-29 American Black Hereford Assoc. Junior Nationals (Bowling Green, KY) Jun. 30-July 5 Limousin Junior Nationals (Springfield, MO) July 6-13 Hereford Junior Nationals (Denver, CO) July 7-12 Gelbvieh Junior Nationals (Lebanon, TN) July 14-21 Angus Junior Nationals (Louisville, KY) July 22-28 Simmental Junior Nationals (Louisville, KY) Aug. 13-17 Wyoming State Fair (Douglas) Aug. 23- Sept. 2 Colorado State Fair (Pueblo) Sept. 5-15 New Mexico State Fair (Albuquerque) Sept. 25-29 Southern New Mexico State Fair (Las Cruces) Sept. 30- Oct. 5 Eastern New Mexico State Fair (Roswell) Oct.16-27 American Royal Livestock Show (Kansas City, MO) Nov. 5-21 North American Int’l Livestock Exposition (NAILE) (Louisville, KY) (pg. 23)Jan. 11-26, 2020 National Western Stock Show (Denver, CO)

Stateline Showcase (Boise) Kootenai Classic Clinic & Jackpot 
 (Kootenai Co. Fairground - CoeurD’Alene) Western Idaho State Fair (Boise) Eastern Idaho State Fair (Blackfoot)

MONTANA Jun. 1 Jun. 8 Jun. 8-9 Jun. 13-15 Jun. 21-23 July 13 July 26-Aug. 3 Aug. 9-17 Oct. 12-29

Dino-Mite Classic Jackpot Show (Western Park - Vernal) The Double Down Lamb Jackpot (Heber) RMJSS Finale (Heber) Utah State Fair (Salt Lake City) RMJSS Fall Kick-Off (Spanish Fork) Christmas Classic (Box Elder Fairground - Tremonton)

WASHINGTON

IDAHO Jun. 1-2 Jun. 14-16

Nugget All American Show & Sale (Reno) Nevada State Fair (Carson City)

Golden Triangle Jackpot (Great Falls) Muddy Boots Jackpot (Glendive) Helena Jackpot Show (Helena) Montana Jr. Beef Expo (Lewistown) Western Ranch Spectacular - Stierwalt Clinic (Billings) Montana Royal Jr. Livestock Show (Kalispell) Montana State Fair (Great Falls) Montana Fair Open & Jr. Jackpot Show (Billings) NILE (Billings)

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2. 115 lbs./46days = 2.5 lbs./day

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WESTERN LIMOUSIN/CHAROLAIS EXPOSITION JUNE 13-15, 2019 Klamath County Fairgrounds • Klamath Falls, Oregon

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Thursday, June 13 4 p.m................... Cattle due in place for check-in

Friday, June 14 9:30 a.m.......................Junior Events 10 a.m................... WRC Junior Show 11:30 a.m...................... Lunch Break 6 p.m.........................Complimentary 1 p.m.................... WLE Junior Show Welcome Barbecue at 6 p.m........................................Social Country Inn Cattle Company 6:30......................... Annual Banquet & Benefit Auction Saturday, June 15 10 a.m......................................... WLE Open Show Immediately followed by WRC Open Show

LIMOUSIN and charolais ENTRY DEADLINE: May 15, 2019 Late entry deadline is June 1.

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