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Manitoba Charolais

BULLETIN

Publications Agreement #0041265055

The official publication for the Manitoba Charolais Association

HERD SIRE 2021 spring ISSUE


Steppler FarmS 10th annual Bull Sale Sunday, march 14, 2021 - Over 100 Bulls Sell Steppler Farms Sale Barn, Miami, MB

One OF the largeSt OFFeringS OF CharOlaiS BullS in Canada, develOped FrOM 600 pureBred CharOlaiS FeMaleS Steppler Farms strives to supply the best customer service and back up on our bulls. Now we have implemented THREE PROGRAMS to give even better service.

STEPPLER BREEDING WARRANTY

Steppler Farms will cover all bulls for injury and death for 6 months after the sale with ZERO premium; you deal directly with us. We will supply a back up bull to get your cows bred and you will receive the full sale credit at our next year’s bull sale.

STEPPLER HERD BULL GUARANTEE

If the bull you purchase at our sale does not meet your needs, give us a call. Return the bull and take advantage of our HERD BULL GUARANTEE, outlined in detail in the 2021 bull sale catalogue.

EXTENDED HERD BULL WARRANTY

See the 2021 Bull Sale catalogue for full details.

Box 7, Miami, MB R0G 1H0 Andre & Katie Steppler 204-435-2463 Dan & Pat Steppler 204-435-2021 stepplerfarms@hotmail.com • stepperfarms.com • @steppler_andre • Steppler Farms


A SAmple of our BeSt offering So fAr

DSY 14H

DSY 271H

DSY 29H

DSY 93H

DSY 460g

DSY 139g

Bred in calving ease by Braxton out of a Ledger

Hair, hip, and meat in this son of El Paso

Meat, bone, length, and top by Full House

Sale Manager:

From our great White Arrow cow family by Flagstaff x Blue Value

Power son of our Contender bull

A smooth correct, two-year old by Zeal

Stop by to tour through the bulls anytime. Catalogue and videos online at stepplerfarms.com

Sale broadcast live on 306-584-7937 Helge By 306-536-4261 Jon Wright 306-807-8424 charolaisbanner@gmail.com

www.bylivestock.com

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Manitoba Charolais

PRESIDENT’S Jeff Cavers:MESSAGE 204-242-4448

BULLET I N The official publication for the Manitoba Charolais Association

Publisher

I’m very proud to be involved in agriculture, and so should everyone else reading this. This past year has proven yet again that agriculture can’t stop, and won’t stop for anything.

Prairie Pistol Designs Melissa McRae RR 1 Box 57 Brandon, MB R7A 5Y1 204-573-9903

Plans are underway for the Canadian Charolais AGM to be hosted in Russell in June, as well as Manitoba’s AGM to be hosted in Carberry later that same month. Planning for fall shows will hopefully be up and running very soon. Everyone is optimistic that things will return to normal very soon.

Photos Provided by High Bluff Stock Farms, Rammer Charolais, LEJ Charolais, Johnston Charolais, Steppler Farms, C2 Charolais, Hidden Lake Stock Farm Manitoba Charolais

B U L LET I N

Publications Agreement #0041265055

The official publication for the Manitoba Charolais Association

Spring is on the way, calving is in full swing for many producers across the province, and thoughts will begin to focus on bull power in the coming months. Take the time to evaluate your bull needs and take advantage of the upcoming bull sales in the province. Ensure that your cows are bred to registered Charolais bulls to continue to capture that Charolais premium now, and into the future. -Jeff Cavers

HERD SIRE 2021 spring ISSUE

THE MANITOBA CHAROLAIS IS

now accepting e-transfers

On the Cover Photo by Steppler Farms

THIS YEARS TATTOO YEAR LETTER IS J Advertising Rates

$400 $250

FULL PAGE W- 8.5” 0.25’ bleed H- 11” 0.25’ bleed

HALF PAGE (H) W- 7.5” H- 5”

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$250 HALF PAGE (H) W- 3.75” H- 5”

$115 QUARTER PAGE W- 3.75” H- 5”

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BUSINESS CARD - Annual W- 3.5” H- 2”

To book contact Melissa McRae 204-573-9903 or prairiepistoldesigns@gmail.com

A second similar sized advertisement within the current year will be eligible for a discount!

Publication Terms: Advertisers of breeding stock must be Manitoba breeders and current in the WHE with the Canadian Charolais Association, business cards are exempt. The Manitoba Charolais Association reserves the right to approve or deny any advertising. All accounts are due within 60 days of billing with interest at a rate of 2% charged pre month after 60 days. All advertising must be paid in full before any more advertising is accepted from that contributor. Breeders/ business’ requesting photo editing will be billed by the MCA as a cost recovery measure. Canadian Publications Mail Product Registration # 0041265055 Printed by: Western Litho Printers Ltd. RETURN UNDELIVERABLE MAIL TO: PRAIRIE PISTOL DESIGNS - RR 1 BOX 57 BRANDON, MB R7A 5Y1

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MANITOBA CHAROLAIS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

(l-r): Scott Johnston, Mervin Nykoliation, Jim Olson (CCA Director), Ron McDonald, Jared Preston, Kevin Stebeleski, Bert McDonald, Matthew Ramsey, Tyler Stewart, Shawn Airey (CCA Director) Missing: Erin Jackson Front (l-r): Rae Trimble-Olson (Secretary/Treasurer), Hans Myhre (Vice President), Jeff Cavers (President), Michael Hunter (2nd Vice President)

PRESIDENT H: 204-242-3467 C: 204-242-4448

c2charolaisjeff@gmail.com

Juniors

H: 204-638-5664 C: 204-648-6416

hans@myhrelandandcattle.com

Website

H: 204-937-2531 C: 204-247-0301

mike_hunter40@hotmail.com

Ad & Promo CCA AGM

H: 204-252-3115 C: 204-871-1063

trimblemr@hotmail.com

4-H

H: 204-252-3115 C: 204-856-6357

lejcharolais@gmail.com

Box 639 Rivers, MB R0K 1X0

H: 204-328-7704 C: 204-724-8823

htacharolais@hotmail.com

Merv Nykoliation

Box 899 Lenore, MB R0M 1E0

H: 204-838-2107 C: 204-851-2290

merv1@prairie.ca

Breeder’s of the Year, CCA AGM, Scholarship

Erin Jackson

Box 75 Inglis, MB R0J 0X0

C: 204-821-4110

erin.dawn.jackson@gmail.com

CCA AGM Bulletin

Kevin Stebeleski

Box 266 Oakburn, MB R0J 1L0

H: 204-234-5425 C: 204-365-6010

happyhavencharolais@gmail.com

Comm. Breeder & MCA Ambassador

Bert McDonald

Box 66 Brookdale, MB R0K 0G0

H: 204-354-2267 C: 204-212-0722

jmb@goinet.ca

Ag-Ex

Scott Johnston

Box 123 Rathwell, MB R0G 1S0

H: 204-749-2247 C: 204-723-5030

h.scott.johnston@gmail.com

4-H

Ron McDonald

Box 85 Sidney, MB R0H 1L0

H: 204-466-2883 C: 204-724-2811

rgmcdonaldlivestock@inethome.ca

Comm. Breeder & MCA Ambassador*

Jared Preston

Box 790 Ste. Rose du Lac, R0L 1S0

H: 204-732-2054 C: 204-647-5416

jppreston223@gmail.com

Scholarship

Matthew Ramsey Box 337 Hamiota, R0M 0T0

H: 204-365-2729 C: 204-365-0976

rammercharolais@hotmail.com

Ag-Ex

Tyler Stewart

H: 204-847-2213 C: 204-847-0612

sunbladecharolais@hotmail.com

CCA AGM, Ads & Promo

Jeff Cavers

Box 237 La Riviere, MB R0G 1A0

1ST VICE PRESIDENT Hans Myhre

R.R. #4, Comp. 9A Dauphin, MB R7N 2T7

2ND VICE PRESIDENT Michael Hunter

Box 569 Roblin, MB R0L 1P0

SECRETARY/TREASURER Rae Trimble-Olson

Box 882 Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3B7

CCA DIRECTOR AT LARGE Jim Olson

Box 882 Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3B7

CCA DIRECTOR FOR MANITOBA Shawn Airey DIRECTORS

Box 26 Foxwarren, R0J 0R0

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canadiancharolaisassociation @canCharolais

CCA MESSAGE Craig Scott

cscott@charolais.com

The Canadian Charolais Association Board of Directors along with the Breed improvement committee are very pleased to introduce the Genomic Producer Advancement Program (GPA). The GPA program is open to all members of the CCA and is designed to 100K SNP test females. Genomic testing will offer benefits to both seedstock and commercial producers. •

Early predictor of genetic predictability.

Increased value of breeding stock.

More accurate EPD’s.

More genomic records keep the Charolais breed informed and ahead in the industry.

The number of free 100K SNP tests that each breeder will receive will be based on their 2020 Whole herd Enrolment numbers. The GPA program is available for our members to test up to 10% of females in your herd (100 female enrolled in 2020 you can request 10 tests at no cost). The Canadian Charolais Association board of Directors are committed to moving forward and providing every tool possible to breeders. Please take advantage of this and any other programs that will be offered on the future. For more information and to request your test kits please contact the CCA office (403)250-9242. As we move into bull sale season, we would like to wish every good luck. Take Care, Craig Scott

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JUNE 19, 2021

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R&G MCDONALD LIVESTOCK R & G McDonald Livestock

Ron & Gail McDonald 204-466-2883 (H) 204-724-2811 (C) Box 85, Sidney, Manitoba R0H 1L0 rgmcdonaldlivestock@inethome.ca

R A M M 20H

homo pld

Merit Roundup X Bluegrass BW: 92 WW: 854 Jan 21: 1320

R A M M 33H homo pld

homo pld

RAMM Earnhart 37E X SVY Pilgrim BW: 105 WW: 924 Jan 21: 1450

R A M M 16H

HRJ Bulletproof X Pleasant Dawn Major BW: 105 WW: 902 Jan 21: 1400

Double pld

13 bulls selling in the

R A M M 9H

homo pld

R A M M 39H

Steppler Magnum 56F X Merit Roundup BW: 96 WW: 840 Jan 21: 1380

LT Sundance X Bar J Steel BW: 98 WW: 950 Jan 21: 1390

Prairie Distinction Bull Sale

MORE BULLS FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY ON THE FARM

1 PM - Tuesday - MARCH 30 - Neepawa, Manitoba Herd Sire Issue 2021

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RAMM 39H

19 Two-Year Olds Most are Polled Some Red Factor 13 Yearlings 12 are Homo Polled

RAMM 56H

YeaRlingS that will add the PeRFORMance YOu wanT TwO-YeaR Old bullS that aren’t leftovers, but develOPed TO SeRve MORe cOwS Consignors: Double P Stock FarmS Jared Preston 204-732-2054 C 204-647-5416 JohnSton charolaiS Scot & Shelley Johnston 204-749-2247 C 204-723-5030

JFC 942G

r & G mcDonalD liveStock Ron & Gail McDonald 204-466-2883 C 204-724-2811

Catalogue, Videos, Sale and Internet Bidding at www.bylivestock.com Sale Manager: 306-584-7937 Helge By 306-536-4261 Jon Wright 306-807-8424 charolaisbanner@gmail.com

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JAPR 13G


DH CHUCKWAGON 19G

DENBIE RANCH & GUESTS

BULL SALE FEBRUARY 27, 2021 STE ROSE AUCTION MART Ste Rose Du Lac, Mantioba

HANS & MARY MYHRE Dauphin, Manitoba C: 204-648-6416 hans@myhrelandandcattle.com myhrelandandcattle.com @Myhre_Hans

DH 37G

sale broadcast by

videos online at cattlevids.ca

DH 53G

Raising spring born two year old bulls with Commercial Cattlemen in mind! Herd Sire Issue 2021

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MJCA REPORT Madisyn Robertson

CCYA @charolaisyouth charolaisyouth@gmail.com

Hello everyone! I hope calving is going well. For the most part the weather has been decent. We held a quick zoom meeting on January 20th. It was great to have almost all of our members attend the meeting. The members decided to forgo a general election for 2021, however, we had a vacancy at the vice president position. Fisher Cavers was elected to fill this roll. We will once again be asking breeders for their support with our bull sale auction fundraiser. If you already haven’t received a letter you will be getting one shortly. The Manitoba breeders have been extremely supportive of our association and we are very grateful. Pending COVID regulations, it is hoped that we can hold an outdoor Junior Show in Carberry in early June. This would be in conjunction with the MCA annual meeting. Our promotion committee will be sending invitation letters to all Manitoba 4-H clubs, in hopes that we can entice juniors with a Char cross steer or heifer to attend. The goal would be to keep them interested enough to attend the CCYA conference in a few years. Our next meeting will be held April 7 on zoom and we welcome all new members. If you would like to be included in this meeting please feel free to contact me for more information! I can be reached at 204-841-2496 or robertsonmadisyn@gmail.com. Happy calving everyone!

4H Token Reminder

TO ALL MANITOBA 4-H BEEF CLUBS Please submit the number of Charolais entries in your club to receive the MCA 4H Token! Rae Trimble-Olson: mbcharolaisassoc@gmail.com

MANITOBA YOUTH BEEF ROUND UP July 31 - August 2, 2021

July 30, 31 & 1, 2021 will be the Manitoba Youth Beef Roundup 14th annual event in Neepawa, Manitoba, along with hosting the Canadian Junior Shorthorn National Event. This exciting three-day event will bring together Junior members, 4-Hers, and enthusiasts from all across the country. The show is organized by representatives from various breeds that have been involved with National and Provincial shows in the past. Our goal is to prepare young entrepreneurs in the livestock industry, thru this exciting showcase of youth, cattle and friendly competition. This event will educate, encourage, stimulate and unite participants in the business of agriculture and the beef industry. It encompasses a variety of competitions and events to match all interests and skill levels of participants. Some of the events are Team Grooming, Individual and Team Judging, Showmanship, Marketing, Sales Talk, Impromptu Speeches, Art, Photography, Scrapbooking, as well as cattle classes. This will be a celebration and showcase of Youth and agriculture in our province. We encourage young and old to stay involved in the agriculture industry, explore career opportunities, increase national trade and awareness, and be proud to be part of one of Canada’s largest industries. We feel the celebration of our past shows exemplifies the importance of youth and agriculture, and will strive to present innovative opportunities that promote and educate future cattleman dedicated to the cattle industry. NEW IN 2021 for the 14th Anniversary- National Junior Shorthorn weekend, Embryo Transplant workshop, Cattle Presentations, workshops, and invitations for 4-H Champion Females from each 2021 Club Achievement to attend Roundup with entry fee paid by Roundup. Along with Ag Challenge competitions, Cook-off, cattle shows, scholarships and Selection of Canadian Western Agribition Judging Team. Our 2019 Agribition Judging team did extremely well winning the Dairy cattle and Horse judging be part of this opportunity by attending Roundup. Roundup is being undertaken as an all breeds show to bring young purebred and commercial cattle producers from across the country to see friendly competition amongst the new and upcoming producers from within Canada. Check out Manitoba Youth Beef Roundup facebook page or website for entry forms and information. WWW.MBYOUTHBEEFROUNDUP.WEEBLY.COM

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Neil & Lisa Preston (204) 732-2054 Jared Preston (204) 647-5416 Jppreston223@gmail.com

TWO YEAR OLD BULLS DEVELOPED FOR LONGEVITY AND THE COMMERCIAL CATTLEMEN IN MIND A GREAT SELECTION OF BULLS ON OFFER BY PRIVATE TREATY

JAPR GREYJOY 22G BW: 100 lbs - Circle Cee Legend grandson

JAPR GASTON 2G BW: 85 lbs - Beaver Creek Redrock 211A

JAPR 10G BW: 98lbs - C2 Zarley 13Z

6 BULLS CONSIGNED TO THE

JAPR UP-TOWN FUNK 6G BW: 96lbs - LT Ledger grandson

Prairie Distinction Bull Sale

MARCH 30, 2021 - NEEPAWA, MB Herd Sire Issue 2021

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Kendra Cline - Belmont, Manitoba

My name is Kendra Cline and I live on a mixed farm just outside of Belmont, MB. I am 17 years old and currently a grade twelve student at Baldur School. I have been involved in my school’s sport programs which include basketball, volleyball, and curling. Aside from extracurricular activities and summer jobs I am involved with our family farm. This year I purchased my first purebred heifer with the intent of developing my own herd. Farm life has taught me the value of responsibility and hard work. After graduating I will be attending Assiniboine Community College to receive a diploma in Business Administration where I will be specializing in financial services. I hope to then use my knowledge of the agriculture industry and my secondary education for my future endeavours. I would like to thank the Manitoba Charolais Association for this scholarship as it will help with my educational goals.

MANITOBA CHAROLAIS

Scholarship Recipients My name is Megan Perih and I am 19 years old. I am attending my second year of the veterinary technology program at Saskatchewan polytechnic college in Saskatoon, SK. Along with my parents, we have a cattle farm just north of Dauphin Manitoba where we have a herd of Charolais cattle. I have been in 4-H showing Charolais cattle for a couple of years and I am currently a national board member of the Canadian Charolais Youth Association and have been on the board for the last 2 years. I have shown cattle with CCYA for 2 years and loved everything about the experience. In the past year I have purchased my own pure bred Charolais heifers and look forward to expanding my herd. When I’m not attending college or helping on the farm, I work part time at a veterinarian clinic. Being a part of this industry has taught me so much about how hard work pays off and that trying your best will allow you to feel pride in what you have accomplished. Working with cattle has taught me many life lessons and skills that will help me in the future. I would like to say thank you to the Manitoba Charolais Association for choosing me as the recipient of the MCA Scholarship, it will definitely help me further my education!

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Megan Perih - Dauphin, Manitoba


JMB RENAISSANCE

Prairie Trail Ranch CharChar-don Charolais RAISING PUREBRED CHAROLAIS BULLS SINCE 1973 Wayne Milliken started this herd is 1973 as WPM Polled Charolais

ALL BULLS sold private treaty off the yard Fully Guaranteed Semen tested Good bulls for a good price. Growth is Free and Pounds equal Money

Don, Dillon & Cody Milliken HolmďŹ eld, Manitoba

south of #3 between Killarney and Cartwright

Don 204-523-8265 Cody 204-523-0206 Dillon 204-523-2522

One of our main goals in the Charolais business has always been to raise bulls with a POLLED HEAD and a HORNED HIP. Renaissance our senior herd sire does just that. This polled bull has French in his pedigree and has left us with a tremendous set of females and bulls. His calves are all born easy, super aggressive, and are up and ready to suck in minutes. We strive to raise and develop athletic bulls while maintaining calving ease and good disposition, performance and longevity. All the bulls are developed slowly on grass and wintered on corn silage, free choice hay and oats. They are raised with the commercial man in mind we only sell bulls we feel are good enough to be used in our own commercial herd. The bulls we raise will provide you with great replacement females.

PRIVATE TREATY OFFERING

3 yr old polled bulls

These three have been used in our commercial herd for the past two seasons and are proven experienced breeders. Sired by: LT Ledger, Pleasant Dawn Barracuda and red factor, C2 Dodge son

2 yr old polled bulls

Not left overs, were kept over to be two year olds. Some are recommended for use on heifers. Sired by: Renaissance, Canyon son, a Bulletproof son, and Explorer. Herd Sire Issue 2021

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Annual Bull Sale New Location!

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C2 Charolais

Jeff & Jackie Cavers

Box 237, La Riviere, MB R0G 1A0 P: 204-242-3467 | C: 204-242-4448 c2charolaisjeff@gmail.com

Sale Management:

T Bar C Cattle Co. Ltd.

Chris Poley: 306-220-5006 Shane Michelson: 403-363-9973 Ben Wright: 519-374-3335

View the catalogue online at www.C2charolais.com or www.BuyAgro.com Herd Sire Issue 2021

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COMMERCIAL BREEDERS OF THE YEAR Riddell Farms - Pierson, MB

Greg and Garett Riddell and families own and operate Riddell Farms, south of Pierson, Manitoba. Their operation consists of a 500 head cow calf as well as a back grounding feed lot operation and a 9000 acre grain farm. The Riddell family has used Charolais bulls for over 30 years. The majority of their cow herd are Charolais Cross. According to Garrett, they have always promoted the value of a Charolais cow when most operations don’t keep commercial Charolais females. “What good is bull if you have to throw away the daughters,” Garrett says. The Riddell’s are firm believers in the Charolais Female. Annually all females are bred to Charolais Bulls, in exception to the heifers, they are bred Red Angus. Calving starts in early April and calves are weaned in November and back grounded until spring where they are traditionally sold through Heartland Livestock Services, Virden. These calves are known to top the market. In the past their calves have got national recognition after being featured on the Livestock Market Association of Canada (LMAC) Facebook page after topping the market in Virden. Quality in Quantity! Unlike many other commercial breeders, the Riddell Family doesn’t just support one operation when buying bulls, they support the Manitoba Charolais industry as a whole. Greg & Garrett have supported many sales in the last few years, including the Prairie Distinction, C2 Charolais, Pleasant Dawn Charolais and Tri N Charolais. The Riddell Family are great cattlemen and they know Charolais are the type of bulls that work for them and their calf buyers. They are always keen to talk about Charolais Cattle!

INNOVATIVE

PRODUCTS

ENHANCING YOUR NUTRITION

PROGRAM

MAKING YOU MORE

PROFITABLE

Contact our MB/SK beef territory managers to learn more:

LEJ CHAROLAIS

Derek Reimer (204)371-9093 Jessica Hextall (204)901-3058 Terry Fehr (204)362-7830

RAMMER CHAROLAIS

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Selling 60 Yearling Bulls All are Polled

All the bulls in this ad except 834H have been DNA tested Homozygous Polled

TLJ 312H LT Affinity x PleadantDawn Classic

CE 10.7 BW -1.7 WW 48 YW 92 M 23 TM 47 BW 82, Adj 205 794, Adj 365 1405

We StreSS:

• Calving ease • Maternal Strength • Structural Soundness • Performance

TLJ 195H Turnbull’s Full Moon x Pleasant Dawn Chisum CE 7.3 BW -.6 WW 53 YW 100 M 24 TM 50 BW 96, Adj 205 820, Adj 365 1492

Our goal is

Customer Satisfaction

ASH 613H MAIN Magico Lanzo x LT Ledger

CE 7.9 BW -1.8 WW 49 YW 97 M 24 TM 49 BW 94, Adj 205 834, Adj 365 1495

Our yearling bulls are fed a growing ration to insure their healthy development while maintaining sound feet and legs.

Delivery AvAilAble Bulls can be kept until June 1 at no charge

TLJ 98H PleasantDawn Optical x Eatons Big Bud

CE 1.9 BW 1.5 WW 64 YW 114 M 23 TM 55 BW 106, Adj 205 904, Adj 365 1640

Call today for a catalogue or for more information

TLJ 834H CCC WC Resource x PleasantDawn Razor

CE 12.8 BW -4.1 WW 39 YW 75 M 26 TM 45 BW 84, Adj 205 781, Adj 365 1392

View catalogue and

videos online at www.pleasantdawn.com

Trent & Ashley Hatch

Box 132, Oak Lake, MB R0M 1P0

Trent 204-855-3078 Cell 204-721-3078 trent.hatch@gmail.com

Internet Bidding Available

www.bylivestock.com

TLJ 309H TRI-N Captain Morgan x Eatons Big Bud CE 5 BW .6 WW 61 YW 109 M 16 TM 46 BW 97, Adj 205 794, Adj 365 1453

Sale Manager:

306-584-7937 Helge By 306-536-4261 Jon Wright 306-807-8424 charolaisbanner@gmail.com

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thirty - six years in the red white and tan

Monday, March 22, 2021 - 2 PM

TRI-NBULL SALE 6th Annual

CHAROLAIS - at the farm - Lenore, Manitoba-

offering 60 lots of

Yearling & Two Year Old CHAROLAIS BULLS A BULL FOR EVERY BUDGET

Manitobaʼs Largest Offering Of Red Factor Charolais Bulls

TRI-N CHAROLAIS FARMS

Merv, Joanne and Jesse Nykoliation Box 899 Lenore, Manitoba R0M 1E0 Merv: (204) 838-2107 | (204) 851-2290 | merv1@prairie.ca Jesse: (204) 851-3391 | jnykoliation@yahoo.com facebook: Tri-N Charolais Farms twitter: @nykoliation

SALE MANAGEMENT

JACK AUCTION GROUP - Brennin Jack 306-641-9285 watch & view online with

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IMPORTANCE OF TRACEABILITY Simply put, Traceability is the ability to follow an item or a group of items – be it animal, plant, food products or ingredient – from one point in the supply chain to another, either backwards or forwards.

REWARD PROGRAMS

As a producer that purchases and applies approved Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) tags, you are the important first step in the Canadian livestock traceability system. Premises Identification numbers (PID) and the ability to track movement of livestock are the other important components of a successful traceability system. Current contact information (account name, contact name, address, phone number, fax or email) makes a significant difference when communication is required.

This offer is for new Webstore accounts only. Call CCIA at 1.877.909.2333 to set up your account. Once your account is activated, you can use the self-serve webstore or continue placing your order by phone.

Current Health of Animals Part XV regulations focus on Animal Identification; where all cattle must be tagged with an approved tag/indicator prior to moving from their current location or leaving their farm of origin. Proposed amendments to the regulations will be shifting to a more comprehensive movement tracking system that will be dependent on Premises Identification. How do I get a PID number? Each Canadian Province and Territory has specific guidelines for creating a premises identification number. Canadaid.ca has a section regarding premises registration in your province https:// www.canadaid.ca/traceability/premises-identification/ What is the CLTS and how do I update my account? Everyone who has ever purchased tags already has a Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS) database account and it is housed at clts.canadaid.ca. Your retail tag dealer uploads your newly purchased tags into your CLTS account within 24 hours of their purchase. CCIA manages the CLTS database and provides tools and information for data capture. CCIA is not government, we are non-profit, industry-driven and here to help you navigate reporting and recording requirements. New users to the CLTS database can call the CCIA call centre at (1877-909-2333) and a Client Support Representative (CSR) will be happy to get you started with a username for you. Once your username has been set up, the Client Support Representatives will generate an authorization code which will be emailed to you or given verbally over the phone so that you can to create your own personalized password. It’s that easy. Now you can start using your account to enter your PID and manage your tag and livestock inventory. From there, you can practice submitting events such as retirements and animal movements. Download the CLTS MOBO APP to have the CLTS database available on your mobile device, for fast and convenient data uploads. Buy tags online with the CCIA Webstore The CCIA Webstore offers all approved tags and matching applicators with a full selection at the most competitive price. Order online or by phone and you will receive your tags in the mail 5-7 business days later! The Webstore is run independently. You will need a CCIA/CLTS account and a Webstore account. While your information is mirrored, a CCIA Webstore account must be activated before you can purchase tags directly from CCIA.

New Webstore Accounts:

• At the time of activation, you will be entitled to 5 free tags and an applicator. • If you provide a valid email address OR your PID, you will receive 10% off your first tag order. • If you update your account with both your email AND your PID, you will receive 15% off your first tag order. Existing accounts: You will receive CCIA swag of your choice for updating any portion of your CCIA/CLTS Account information (account name, contact name, address, phone number, fax or email). You may pick one of these gifts: • Cotton gloves (2 pairs per account M, L, XL) • Tool kit • Wine bottle stopper • Leather gloves (large and XL only) Add your PID number, and you can pick and extra gift. Or choose a rebate card for 10% off your next tag order instead of swags. What resources do we have? CCIA has an online CLTS Resource Centre (CRC) that is new and improved. The new CRC is your “how to” destination for everything CLTS. At support.canadaid.ca you’ll find comprehensive guides for how to submit events, frequently asked questions and more. Each guide features simple instructions and screenshots to guide you through each process step-by-step to easily navigate your way through the CLTS. You can find guides on everything from pairing a tag reader to Bluetooth, to submitting a Birth Date event. Guides are organized in easy to navigate headings to help you find what you are looking for quickly. Knowledge of the CLTS and how to submit events are critical in light of proposed traceability regulations and for contributing to a world-class traceability system. To learn more about what we do visit www.canadaid.ca; to learn more about the CLTS visit support.canadaid.ca and login to your account at clts.canadaid.ca. Of course, our team of Client Support Representatives are available to walk you through any of the user guides or help you find the right guide for you. Try out our new online chat feature, available during business hours or email info@ canadaid.ca or call toll free at 1-877-909-2333.

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Guidelines for Canadian Cattle Sales in 2020-2021 Updated: November 25, 2020

For those hosting sales

o limit attendance to comply with provincial and regional health regulations o signage should be posted at the entrance and in high-traffic areas within the facility, clearly displaying guidelines and protocols for attendance. o consider a sign-in process with contact information including cell numbers to track sale attendees o where possible, make internet or phone bidding available o have the cattle available for viewing prior to the sale o consider online photos and videos for those who are not able to view in person o restrict general public access on sale day o seating in sale ring area must be clearly marked, accommodating physical distancing requirements o international buyers are required to take additional precautions to comply with regulations o avoid contact (do not shake hands) and maintain a physical distance of 6-feet o provide hand sanitizer and disposable masks for attendees o mask use must comply with local regulations and require use in common areas where physical distancing is not possible o if food is provided, serve in individual packages and avoid buffet style o sanitize workstations and eating areas on a regular interval

For those purchasing cattle and attending sales

o respect signage and comply with requirments as they may differ from your home region o do not attend a sale if you are sick with even mild symptoms o do not bring additional family members with you, especially school-age children or the most vulnerable, one person per farm operation is recommended o refrain from entering areas that are marked as restricted or for employees only o avoid contact and maintain a 6-foot physical distance, consider bringing your own mask o consider phone or online bidding and where possible, view cattle ahead of the sale o wash your hands thoroughly and frequently or use hand sanitizer o All travellers entering or returning to Canada are required to submit required information on the ArriveCAN app, which can be downloaded on Apple and Android devices o American cattle producers attending a sale in Canada may request information from the CBBC on border crossing procedures for essenatial services. Please email info@beefbreeds.ca or call (403) 730-0350.

We recognize this is an important time for producers. By working together and through good preparation we will keep our families, customers and employees safe. These are recommended best practice guidelines.

The information provide here is made available on the understanding that CCA, LMAC and CBBC and its employees and agents shall have no liability to the users for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred or arising by reason of any person using or relying on the information. While the information provided is considered to be correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. The information may change without notice and CCA, LMAC and CBBC is not in any way liable for the accuracy of any information used by a user.

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LEJ CHAROLAIS PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE A SAMPLE OF OUR BULLS ON

O F F E R B Y P R I VAT E T R E AT Y

LEJ 65H WHITE, TAN OR RED

LEJ 33H

LEJ 10H

YEARLINGS & TWO-YEAR OLDS AVAILABLE

LEJ 19H V I S I TO R S A L W AYS W E L C O M E CONTACT US TO COME SEE THESE BULLS OFFERED B Y P R I VAT E T R E AT Y

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White MeadoW Charolais

Bull sale aPriL 14Th

32 Late Spring Coming Two and Fall Born, Long Yearlings A program with over 40 years experience breeding and producing bulls with extra age, developed on grass. Featuring sons oF We have many direct sons, and bulls from Sundance daughters in the sale. They have great disposition, good performance, and are sound and well muscled. Visitors are welcome to view the bulls at the farm anytime. Catalogues and videos will be available online at www.bylivestock.com LT Sundance 2251 PLd

Wc Big Ben 9036

LT Bridger 9191 PLd

Calving ease bull used on our heifers in the top 1% for CE & BW

Producing correct, complete progeny

Mike Bertholet Pipestone, MB 204-854-2952 C 204-522-5469 whitemeadowcharolais@live.ca

Sale Manager 306-584-7937 Helge By 306-536-4261 Jon Wright 306-807-8424 charolaisbanner@gmail.com

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C2 CHAROLAIS

QUESTION &ANSWER

HOW DO YOU PREPARE YOUR REPLACEMENT HEIFERS FOR BREEDING SEASON?

Our heifers get vaccinated in the fall with a BVD and a blackleg vaccine and again at least 30 days prior to breeding. We make sure we feed plenty of mineral, and have them in adequate body condition to ensure they are ready to breed. 2 weeks prior to breeding we administer estrimate followed with a second dose 11 days later. The heifers are then split into groups of 6-10 head and placed with a bull, in 3 days they should all cycle. We achieve near 85% conception rates with this method. Getting the heifers to calve early gives them the maximum opportunity to rebreed for the following year. - The Ramsey Family, Rammer Charolais In the late fall/early winter after making the selection of what we plan to keep for replacement heifers they are sorted out of the larger group to get a little extra treatment and attention. We find it works best for us to have them in good condition and on a good mineral program well before breeding season. Our heifers are fed a TMR ration of tub ground hay, barley silage, rolled grain and mineral. In addition in their pen there is free choice hay, salt and a lick tub and adequate bedding. Getting closer to breeding season we’ll start watching and recording heats to make sure they are all in good reproductive health. We will make a decision to sync the heifers with Estrumate or watch for natural heats and AI from those. We have found that developing our heifer pen this way sets the females up well to maintain their condition and fertility, which ensures they stay in our herd. - The Jackson Family, High Bluff Stock Farms Once spring has finally sprung and the dugouts are thawed we turn the replacement heifers on their 6 acre pasture. We like to have them out on the fields as early as we can so they can get out and run around and get some exercise. They get their needles and brands before we turn them out. We feed them good grass/ alfalfa hay and millet or oat silage bales. We also give them a 1:1 breeding mineral and crushed barley every 3-4 days as a protein boost. - The Jared Preston, Double P Stock Farms

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HOW DO YOU PREPARE YOUR MATURE FEMALES FOR BREEDING SEASON?

Our mature cows only go through the processing chute once a year, usually around late October. At this time, they will receive a 4 way BVD vaccine, Scourboss 9 and Ivomec. Aside from that we just try and make sure they are in nice condition and on a good mineral package. - The Ramsey Family, Rammer Charolais

WHAT ARE YOUR GO TO CALVING SEASON TIPS/TRICKS?

We do our very best to keep the barn clean and dry to limit naval infections. We generally select bulls with more calving ease (this does not mean low birth weight, this means calving ease) because Matthew is calving a large number of cows primarily on his own. It is labor intensive to be helping cows calve, not to mention the affects dystocia has on calf health and on the cows return to estrus. - The Ramsey Family, Rammer Charolais Canola straw! We like it for everything but especially for the calf sheds. We layer it with barley straw to keep them warm and dry. Throw in a square bale of hay to give them something to chew on (and stay out of and away from the cows bale feeders!). We like to have the calf sheds set up as soon as we start calving. Gets the calves used to going into them, which has worked out well for us in preparation for any storms and extra cold nights. - The Jackson Family, High Bluff Stock Farms

WHAT ARE YOU LOVING THIS WINTER?

We love soups in winter with some fresh bread. see our favourite Hamburger soup recipe on pg 27. This is a tough one, we are absolutely loving this winter.. family time, ice fishing, the girls are learning to rope, horse riding, calving in beautiful weather (except this week lol, toboggan rides, skating on the outdoor rink. - The Ramsey Family, Rammer Charolais


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bulls selling in the 2021

MARCH 30 Neepawa, MB

pre register for online bidding available through ByLivestock.com

12 MAY/JUNE COMING 2 YR OLD BULLS WHITE AND TAN COLOURED PROJECTED AVE SALE WEIGHT 1850 LBS TESTED & GUARANTEED HOMO POLLED TESTS TO BE ANNOUNCED

JFC BOCKINKEL 942G JFC WAHOO 964G

Many thanks to our past and current customers over the last 25 years. As well the many others that have bid or inquired into our cattle and management program. Looking forward to earning your business! JFC MR PERFECT 944G

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contact us for more information or view catalogue online at bylivestock.com

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WHERE QUALITY, PERFORMANCE & INTEGRITY is guaranteed Rammer Hondo 19H

dob: January 19, 2020 bw: 108 lbs Smooth Polled JWX Downtown 7C x HTA Conrad 248z Hondo was orphaned in May but you would never know that to look at him. He catches your eye when you enter the bull pen with his length of spine, depth of body and good disposition. Hondo will sire the type of calves that are highly sought after by order buyers.

CE 4.3 BW 3.9 WW 55 YW 101 MILK 14 MTL 42

Rammer Hercules 20H

dob: January 21, 2020 bw: 115 lbs Smooth Polled Elder’s Honcho 72E x HTA Marcus 987W CE 0.5 BW 4.0 WW 52 YW 96 MILK 19 MTL 45

Here is our pick of the pen! He is sired by the 2018 Ag Ex and Agribition Champion Charolais Bull. Hercules has been a stand out all summer long, easy made, lots of hair and a great disposition. On top of that he is out of a no miss cow who has several females producing in our herd. This bull has all the features to make him your next herd sire.

Rammer Huckleberry 8H dob: January 14, 2020 bw: 90 lbs Smooth Polled TTSS 5C x HRJ Canadian Gold 518C

In the market for a heifer bull? Well look no further! CE 9.6 Huckleberry is an impressive first calf out of a heifer BW -1.9 with a beautiful udder and the 5C bull who we have WW 44 being using in our heifer pen for 4 years. Huckleberry is YW 88 smooth polled and will provide you with ample growth MILK 22 MTL 44 while maintaining a low birth weight.

yearling and two year old bulls on offer by

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COW PATTY COOKIES

Submitted by Hidden Lake Stock Farm INGREDIENTS 2 Cups White Sugar 1/2 Cup Butter 1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder 1/2 Cup Milk 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1/2 Cup Peanut Butter 2 1/2 Rolled Oats

DIRECTIONS

In a medium saucepan, combine the sugar, butter, cocoa, milk, vanilla. Bring to slow boil and simmer until the sugar is completely dissolved. Remove from the heat. Stir in the peanut butter and oats. (Should be thick-stir in additional oats if runny) Let the mixture stand for 5-10 minutes to cool. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Drop the mixture by heaping tablespoonful onto the cookie sheet. Let the cookies stand at room temperature for 1 hour to firm up. Store in an airtight container.

RAMMER CHAROLAIS

HIDDEN LAKE STOCK FARM

RAMMER CHAROLAIS

HAMBURGER SOUP Submitted by Rammer Charolais

DIRECTIONS

Brown hamburger and then add all other ingredients. Simmer until veggies are tender. Add macaroni if you wish. I have also put this in my crockpot on low for 4-6 hours. Serve with warm bread.

RAMMER CHAROLAIS

INGREDIENTS 1 ½ lbs hamburger 1 onion 3 stalks celery 4 carrots 4 potatoes 1 – 28 oz can of canned tomatoes 2 cups water 3 oxo cubes dissolved in 3 cups of boiling water (or 1 carton of beef broth) 1 can tomato soup ½ tsp thyme Salt & Pepper to taste Macaroni if desired

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HIGH BLUFF STOCK FARM

Calendar of Events FEBRUARY 27 STE. ROSE, MB Myhre Land & Cattle Co. / Bar J Charolais Bull Sale FEBRUARY 29 Triple C Charolais Bull Sale

ASHERN, MB

MARCH 14 MIAMI, MB Steppler Farms 10th Annual Bull Sale MARCH 19 High Bluff Stock Farms Bull Sale

INGLIS, MB

MARCH 21 OAK LAKE, MB Pleasant Dawn Charolais 18th Annual Bull Sale MARCH 22 LENORE, MB Tri-N Charolais Farms & Guests Bull Sale MARCH 24 HTA Charolais Bull Sale

RIVERS, MB

MARCH 27 Tee M Jay Charolais Bull Sale

ASHERN, MB

MARCH 30 NEEPAWA, MB Prairie Distinction Charolais Bull Sale MARCH 31 C2 Charolais Bull Sale

LA RIVIÈRE, MB

APRIL 1 ROBLIN, MB Hunter 10th Annual Charolais Bull Sale APRIL 12 Cattle Capital Bull Sale

STE ROSE, MB

JULY 5 CARBERRY, MB Manitoba Charolais AGM JUNE 19 RUSSELL, MB Canadian Charolais AGM & 61st Anniversary Party JULY 30-AUG 1 Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up

NEEPAWA, MB

OCTOBER 25 - MCA BULLETIN DEADLINE

Index

By Livestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 6 C2 Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Canadian Charolais Association . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Cline Cattle Company. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 16 Commercial Breeder of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Double P Stock Farm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 9 Fountian Tire, Virden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Happy Haven Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Hidden Lake Stock Farm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 High Bluff Stock Farms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 HTA Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BC Hunter Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IBC Johnston Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 24 Keystone Livestock Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 LEJ Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Manitoba Charolais Association . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Manitoba Junior Charolais Association . . . . . . 8 Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Myhre Land & Cattle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 26 Pleasant Dawn Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Prairie Pistol Designs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Prairie Trail Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 R&G McDonald Livestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6, 26 Rammer Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Sunshine Oak Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23, 26 Steppler Charolais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC, 1 Sunny Ridge Stock Farms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Tri N Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Trouw Nutrition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 White Meadow Charolais. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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ON FARM VISITS WELCOMED AND ENCOURAGED CONTA CT U S F OR A F R E E C ATAL OGU E

HTA BLIZZARD 79H

HTA DUTTON 14H

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Astroid x Zeplin BW 101 | Adj 205 - 832 | Adj 365 - 1513 BW 0.3 WW 52.8 YW 106 Milk 21 TM 47

Astroid x Bulletproof BW 104 | Adj 205 - 765 | Adj 365 - 1511 BW 2.0 WW 47.4 YW 93.1 Milk 19 TM 42

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Watchman x Reliable BW 84 | Adj 205 - 694 | Adj 365 - 1327 BW 1.5 WW 52.2 YW 101 Milk 18 TM 45

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