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Sunday, November 1, 2009 – 2 pm EST Equipment Auction begins at 1 pm On the farm near Amesville, Ohio – Along State Route 550


Joe Lucas & Family Cattle

State Route 550 – Amesville, Ohio 740/448-4284 or 740/448-7545 Jake Bush, 740/541-1526 or bushy.7@hotmail.com

Sale Schedule Now through October 30 See the herd anytime at the farm - Call ahead for an appointment please Saturday, October 31 – Official Sale Cattle Display The cattle will be gathered and separated for viewing. All of the equipment will be in place. Plan to join us at the farm! Sunday, November 1 – Sale Day 9:00 a.m. EST – Food available and cattle on display 1:00 p.m. EST – Equipment Auction Begins 2:00 p.m. EST – The Lucas Cow Herd Dispersal Please note that the time changes (falls back one hour) early Sunday morning, Nov. 1. Adjust your timepieces accordingly!

Driving Directions to the Sale: From Athens, Ohio take US 33 west to SR 550 north. Follow 550 north 6 miles to the farm. From Marietta, Ohio take SR 550 west through Amesville then 1.5 miles to the farm. Physical Address: 13878 State Route 550 - Athens, Ohio 45701 Watch for signs and directions to parking areas!

Sale Day Phones: Sale Office…740.448.4284 or 740.448.7545 Please note that most wireless phones will NOT work in the immediate areas of the auction and cattle displays.


Auction Personnel: Auctioneers ...........Ron Kreis, 740/683-3235 ..........................Kevin Wendt, 419/566-1599 Ringmen ..........Mark Murphy, 937/459-2530 .....................Jason Reynolds, 513/260-7155 ..................................BJ Eick, 330/234-7425 ...............................Chad Day, 260/248-6830 Sale Manager

CRAIG M. REITER & ASSOC. P.O. Box 85 - Elmore, Ohio 43416 419/862-0117 419/350-9159, sale days PTAMN@aol.com, e-mail www.primetimeagrimarketing.com Greg Meyer, 513/256-8575

Area Lodging: Super 8 Hotel, 740/594-4900 Hampton Inn, 740/593-5600 Be sure to reserve early as rooms are limited in Athens, Ohio

Southeastern Ohio is beautiful in autumn – Spend a great weekend with us!


Raising cattle. Good cattle. Breeding them, feeding them, trying to make them better. When it’s in your blood, there is nothing you can do about it; you’re hooked. Joe Lucas has been hooked for a long time. Along with his family, Joe has been producing winning cattle in the southeastern Ohio hills for more than 36 years. He has tried to give them up more than once but it didn’t stick. His interests, his talents, and, ultimately, his customers and family wouldn’t let him do it. It’s a tough thing to do, you know; to give up on something you’ve done for so long and still have a passion for. Ask Brett Favre. When you’re hooked, you’re hooked. The cattle business has been good to Joe Lucas and his family over the years. And, in turn, they’ve been good to the business. A lot of club calf history has been started in their pastures and eventually written by their customers in show rings across the region over the past four decades. Many herds have been started – or strengthened – with Lucas cattle from past sales, and many young people, including me, have been positively influenced by the Lucas family. Joe Lucas knows good cattle and he knows how to make them better. He’s not as young as he once was but don’t worry, Joe knows. This offering of Lucas cattle – their entire operation sells here – is easily the best herd that Joe has ever worked. True, the Lucas herd has been pumping out champions for many years and the list is as long as or longer than anyone in the business, but he has never worked with cattle like these. You’ll need to see them to believe me, but this set of cattle is something special. We’ve sold some great ones for Joe before but never anything like those that will sell to the highest bidder on November 1. The business has gotten tougher since 1973 so the Lucas herd has adapted; there are more “stout and special” ones in this herd than one man ought to have. Our past sales of Lucas females have produced a string of influential and profitable cattle that have impacted plenty of club calf outfits across the country. This one will be no different except that I expect the impact from the sale of these cattle to be more significant than ever before because the quality is so much deeper and easier to use. Joe has worked-out the kinks and set his cows up perfectly for their new owners. All you need to do is study the offering, make your favorite selections, and turn them loose. These cattle are ready to work and they are pasture-proven. The Lucas family is busily preparing for another big day in their history book but they would love to talk about these cattle with you. Feel free to contact Joe or his grandson, Jake, to learn more about their herd or to schedule your pre-sale visit. One phone call is all it will take for you to see how much time and effort they have put into this herd of cattle and how those efforts can directly benefit you. No, this isn’t the first time we’ve had a cow sale along Route 550 in Amesville, but it sure looks like it will be the last. I hope you can join us for a special day! As always, if I may be of any assistance to you prior to the sale, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you, Joe and Bev! We’ll see you in Amesville, Craig Reiter Sale Manager

The Lucas herd is available anytime for pre-sale inspection. Plan to stop by when you’re in the area or contact Joe Lucas, 740/448-4284, or Jake Bush, 740/541-1526, to arrange a visit.


The Entire Lucas Family Cow Herd

Lot 1

Lot 1

Lucas Donor P835 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2001

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Partisover Ranch Angus 550

Bred to calve approx. 2/14 to DCC New Look 101 “The best cow I ever owned and I hate selling her.” That says a lot from a man that has owned more cows than most, but it’s hard to Heat Wave x Lot 1 argue with Joe when you consider the track record of the 835 Donor. This impeccable beauty has certainly left her mark on the Lucas pastures and, to date, has brought in nearly $100,000 in income. We’ve got some other very special females that we’ll tell you about in this offering but none have beaten 835 when it comes to consistent, upper-level production and success. Everything she has produced has sold well with her most-accomplished progeny being Kaitlyn Thompson’s numerous time champion by Heat Wave that ended his career as the Grand Champion Steer of the always-tough Maimi County (OH) Fair. Donor 835 flushes well and is a product of the famous Meyer 734 x Partisover Ranch 550 mating that has produced some of the finest females in the business. She was a major show champion herself and is bred to DCC New Look to mimic the recent success achieved by Bain Goff, Bainridge Cattle, OH, with his 734 x 550 donor. This is a rare and accomplished individual with plenty left to give. Look for her confirmed pregnancies selling in this sale – we emptied the embryo inventory – put some thought into how she can work for you. An investment here will deliver with the best you will find anywhere!

Also selling 20 frozen embryos! Lot 1A – 5 Frozen Embryos by Heat Wave All Grade One

Lot 1B – 5 Frozen Embryos by Heat Wave All Grade One

Lot 1C – 5 Frozen Embryos by Heat Wave All Grade One

Lot 1D – 5 Frozen Embryos by Heat Wave All Grade One

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Every Female Sells! All The Best!

Lot 2 Lucas B34 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 1/25 to Monopoly – No Exposure

Lot 2

Also selling 20 Frozen Embryos by Hollywood (5) and Heat Wave (15) as Lots 2B-2E!

Another eye-popper for the front pasture, this gorgeous 734 daughter is pushing $40,000 in production but Joe claims she would have made a lot more if “someone who knew what they were doing had her”. I don’t know about that but I do know that this is a rare individual with tremendous producing power. She was another choice selection from the former Ray Farms, IL, and she is certainly a cow that will do plenty of good in her new home. You can look at plenty of females and you’ll rar ely find a Sim x Angus half-blood with this type of freaky power and good looks. And, when you find them, you need to own them because they really work. Steers from this cow have been fast to sell and one look at her bred heifer daughter that sells here is all you’ll need. Own the pair!

Lot 2A Lucas B8-34 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Friction Dam: Lucas B34 by Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 2/11 to Dirty Harry This beautiful baldie bred is all you need to know about the producing power in this family. This young female is going to make an exceptional cow just like her top-performing dam. Tremendous hair, look, and power!

Lot 2A

Lot 3 Lucas B83 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/28 to My Turn – No Exposure

Lot 3

Another fantastic frontrunner ready to push your program higher! This direct Draft Pick daughter has been as good as any in the herd. She is a club calf specialist whose 2008 steer sold well to Shane Show Steers, OH, and her 2009 daughter by the same mating should have been shown this summer. This cow is what makes Draft Pick daughters so appealling. Check her powerful build, long front, and excellent udder. Bred for a hot one!

Lot 3A Lucas B983 FEMALE

Calved: March 29, 2009

Sire: Heat Wave Dam: Lucas B83 by Draft Pick

Sells open This special heifer calf should have made the show string this summer. She has the look and plenty of shape from her powerful mother.

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The Lucas 82 Family

2008 Jefferson County Grand Champion Steer

Lot 4 Lucas B82 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2000

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 One of the hardest-working cows in the outfit, this proven Draft Pick daughter is another of the core producers for Joe Lucas. Her son by Paddy O'Malley sold to Shane Show Cattle and later won the 2008 Jefferson County (OH) Fair for the John Defrank family. She has an excellent full sister to that steer that sells here as Lot 5, and the 2009 son from this standout performer by Heat Wave sold for $2,200. This cow milks hard and stays thinner but she does the trick.

Lot 5

Lucas B1-82 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2006

Sire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: Lucas 82 by Draft Pick

Bred to calve approx. 1/12 to Point Taken - No Exposure

Lot 5A

Lot 5A

Lot 5B

Lucas B8-82 FEMALE

A full sister to the Defrank family’s 2008 Jefferson County (OH) Grand Champion Steer and a daughter of one of the top cows in the herd, this impressive Paddy O’Malley daughter is one you should mark with a star. Her first calf sells here and is one of the top bred heifers in the sale and her open heifer from 2009 is excellent also. This is a cow family to rely on!

Lucas B1-82

Calved: Spring 2008

FEMALE

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas B1-82 by Paddy O’Malley

Sire: Invincible Dam: Lucas B1-82

Bred to calve approx. 2/06 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

Sells open

A tremendous cow prospect from a tremendous family, this bred heifer by Ali sure looks like a great place to start something special in your herd. She descends from a line of cattle that have proven their consistency and she has plenty of tools to get the job done. Study the excellent performance, extra depth and muscle, and consider her high-Maine versatility. An excellent choice!

Calved: March 10, 2009

Here is a flashy show and cow prospect that has looked good since she arrived. Be sure to add this one to carry on the strength of this cow family in your operation.

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The Entire Lucas Family Cow Herd

Lot 6

Lucas Donor B32 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2001

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/26 to Monopoly – No Exposure

Lot 6

Also selling 5 Frozen Embryos by Heat Wave as Lot 6B! All Grade 1!

Another key to the success of the Lucas program, this topproducing donor has been as consistent as they come. Shane Show Cattle, OH, has selected two of her sons for resale and a bred daughter by Golden Child sells here and is one of the most-promising young females in the herd. This cow is deceptively stout – she works hard and puts all she has into her calves – and is one of the best fronted 734 daughters you’ll find. She has been flushed once where she produced 18 grade one embryos and she is due for a hot one by Monopoly!

Lot 6A Lucas B8-32 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Golden Child Dam: Lucas B32

Bred to calve approx. 2/07 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure A big boned, extra-hairy cow of the future from one of the best performers in the herd! This bred heifer has long been a favorite due to her extra length, stout hip, and cool look. She’ll milk like her momma and be one of your best in time!

Lot 6A

Lot 7

Lucas R608 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Double Vision son Dam: Maine cross

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to My Turn – No Exposure

Lot 7A

A red-roan production machine! This fancy, young cow knows how to do her job with the best of them. Her last calf has been her best thus far – she sells here – but we think you’ll agree that there is much more to come from this cow. She works great for today’s club calf business with her great hair, stylish design, and stout bone. Bred for a certain show calf!

Lot 7A Lucas 9608 FEMALE

Calved: March 23, 2009

Sire: Eye Candy Dam: Lucas 608 by Double Vision son

Sells open A winner already this summer, this eye-catching heifer will be plenty of fun to own. She is young but getting better every day and her dam has been a top performer. If you need style and fantastic hair, be sure to mark this one with a star!

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Lot 8 Lucas B89

Calved: Spring 1999

FEMALE

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to My Turn – No Exposure Another predictable Draft Pick daughter with a track record of success! The last three calves from this cow have been excellent and she is bred for another stout one. Her 2007 son by Paddy O’Malley sold to Justin Morgan, OH; his excellent full sister sells here, and the 2009 son from this cow and Invincible sold for $1,600. This is one of the older cows in the herd but she has stuck around for a reason. Expect a good return here!

Lot 8A

Lot 8A Lucas B8-89

Calved: April 2008

FEMALE

Sire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: Lucas B89 by Draft Pick

Bred to calve approx. 1/12 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure A seriuously stout first-calver from the predictable 89 cow, this heifer is a full sister to a strong prospect that sold to Justin Morgan, OH, in 2007. She has plenty of shape and design to work nicely in any club calf outfit and should take off quickly with her first calf by Dirty Harry!

Lot 9 Lucas R47 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2006

Sire: Warhorse Dam: Maine-Anjou cross

Bred to calve approx. 3/04 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure A red powerhouse with unreal top, hair, and bone – and she delivers! This young Warhorse daughter is a cool, stout one with plenty of fun to go around. Her 2008 heifer daughter is a good one and sells here and the 2009 son from this cow sold for $1,200 at a very young age. Dirty Harry has worked with this kind before!

Lot 9

Lot 9A Lucas R8-47 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas R47 by Warhorse

Bred to calve approx. 2/03 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15 A deep, smooth, polled bred heifer from a very exciting cow. We like the potential here!

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Young Club Calf Producers With Punch!

Lot 10 Lucas R504 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Who Made Who Dam: MA x AN

Bred to calve approx. 2/10 to My Turn – No Exposure

Lot 10

One of the Who Made Who daughters we have come to love, this young club calf specialist is a sight to see! Just like you need them, she is rocket-necked and powerfully thick with excellent movement and bone. Her 2008 son by Paddy O’Malley sold for $2,400 and she has an interesting daughter that sells here. My Turn is an excellent mating on this cow!

Lot 10A Lucas 9504 FEMALE

Calved: March 20, 2009

Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: Lucas 504 by Who Made Who

Sells open This is an exceptionally thick, great haired heifer with plenty of body and substance. By Heat Seeker, the sire of My Turn, think about the bull calves you’ll get from her mother!

Lot 11 Lucas R2 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: Double Barrell

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Monopoly

Lot 11

A freakish steer producer that is a maternal sister to a pair of West Virginia State Fair Grand Champions, this young Heat Seeker daughter always has a good calf. Her 2008 Paddy O’Malley son sold for $2,200 and her strong 2009 effort sells here. Take a good look, there is plentiful power in this monster boned, super-thick, well-bred donor prospect!

Lot 11A Lucas R92 FEMALE

Calved: March 28, 2009

Sire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: Lucas R2 by Heat Seeker

Sells open Bred in the purple with good looks that will last, be sure to keep an eye out for this heifer. Her full brother was a strong-selling steer prospect and this heifer will show and go!

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Lot 12 Lucas B35 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 1/10 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 Do not let this one slip past you! This is a tremendous daughter of Meyer 734 and one of the very top females in the herd. She was injured as a young cow but she is completely sound and very productive. Two daughters sell here and an excellent son brought a big premium three years ago to Justin Morgan, OH. It is very hard to find half-blood Meyer 734 daughters with this degree of muscle and total mass. Quite a cow!

Lot 12A

Lot 12B

Lucas W4 FEMALE

Lot 12

Lucas B935

Calved: Spring 2007

FEMALE

Calved: March 16, 2009

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas B35 by Meyer 734

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas B35 by Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 2/03 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

Sells open

A world of potential sells with this excellent bred heifer. She has no chioce but to be an excellent, high-revenue cow as she matures. One of the very best!

A daughter of the very consistent Draft Pick son that Joe used for a couple years, this cow blends a strong, versatile pedigree into a loose, cowy form. Own her!

Lot 14 Lucas B37 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2000

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 One of the family’s favorite cows. This direct 734 daughter can sure do the job. She produced a $3,500 heifer by About Time last year and has an excellent, young daughter in the sale that will be as good as she is in time. Good property!

Lot 14A

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Lucas B8 FEMALE

Lot 14A

Now through October 30 See the herd anytime at the farm - Call ahead for an appointment please

Calved: Spring 2006

Sire: Western Union Dam: Lucas B37 by Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 Quite a young female! This daughter of the former National Western Champion, Boss Western Union, is out of the stout Meyer 734 daughter that sells here. Her Ali calf sold for $3,000 this spring and there will be much more from this balanced, correct, good-haired beauty!

Saturday, October 31 Official Sale Cattle Display The cattle will be gathered and separated for viewing. All of the equipment will be in place. Plan to join us at the farm! Sunday, November 1 – Sale Day 9:00 a.m. EST – Food available and cattle on display 1:00 p.m. EST – Equipment Auction Begins 2:00 p.m. EST – The Lucas Cow Herd Dispersal Please note that the time changes (falls back one hour) early Sunday morning, Nov. 1. Adjust your timepieces accordingly!

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Lot 15 Lucas B92 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2001

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – No Exposure

Lot 15

Power cow! Safe to Heat Wave! The B92 cow is a favorite in Amesville due to her good looks and strong track record. She is a bigger, longer Draft Pick with great hair and bone. Her Heat Wave steers from 2008 and 2009 sold to Dave Shane, OH, and a young daughter sells here. This cow is flush-worthy and very consistent. Expect something special here!

Lot 15A Lucas B7-92 FEMALE

Calved: August 2007

Sire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: Lucas B92 by Draft Pick

Bred to calve approx. 1/12 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure A big, stout bred heifer out of the top-producing Lot 15 cow. This one will make an excellent female – a better haired version of her donor-quality dam.

Lot 16 Lucas R35 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Total Power son Dam: Maine x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to My Turn – No Exposure Old line genetics in a productive, profitable package! This Total Power granddaughter has been excellent. She has had numerous calves in the top of the herd with two of them selling here. She is smooth and gentle with strong milk flow, and she is bred for a hot one! Her bred heifer is one of the best we have raised!

Lot 16A

Lot 16A

Lot 16B

Sire: Dr. Who Dam: Lucas R35 by Total Power

Sire: About Time Dam: Lucas R35 by Total Power

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

Sells open

One of the best young females ever produced in the Lucas program! There are some excellent bred heifers in this offering and this one leads the pack. We love the feet, legs, and body on this Dr. Who daughter and she is one of the best haired, as well. She has all the potential of her top-producing dam, plus a lot more!

This stylish, muscular heifer is what to expect from this family. This heifer is wide and long fronted with excellent hair. Own the whole family!

Lucas R8-35 FEMALE

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Calved: Spring 2008

Lucas R935 FEMALE

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Calved: April 4, 2009


Lot 17 Lucas B86 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 Another way-powerful Draft Pick daughter! Circle this one in your catalog before you get to the sale and then give her a big star once you see her. She offers rare power and fleshing ability in a halfblood Maine female, and she has been a top performer as well. She has two excellent daughters in the sale – Lots 17A and 18 – and they will make great choices as well. Rarely do you find halfblood cows with this much mass, bone, and style. Own her!

Lot 17

Lot 17A Lucas R8-0 FEMALE

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Calved: Spring 2008

740.448.4284 740.448.7545

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas 86

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15 A wide-body with style and the right look to build with! This smooth, polled, three-quarter Maine heifer is as loose and thick as any young female needs to be and she is backed by a super cow. Her full sister is Lot 18.

Lot 18

Lot 18A

Lucas B5-86 FEMALE

Please note that most wireless phones will NOT work in the immediate areas of the auction and cattle displays.

Lucas B95-86

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: March 10, 2009

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas 86 by Draft Pick

Sire: Texas Hold’em Dam: Lucas B5-86 by Ali

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open

A high-potential, young cow that will be one to watch as she matures. She is a full sister to Lot 17A and out of the impressive Lot 17 donor prospect. Her first calf was a steer by Dirty Harry that sold for $1,500 and showed well, and her second calf is one of the best open heifers in the sale.

Lot 19

Lot 19A

Lucas B133/50 FEMALE

Extra flashy and good haired, this heifer descends from another of the best families in the herd. She weaned hard but is coming back strong and will make an excellent selection to show and keep as a cow.

Lucas 9133-50

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: Feb. 20, 2009

Sire: Ali Dam: Shorthorn cross

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas B133-50 by Ali

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to My Turn – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open

Another thick, hard-working Ali daughter, this cow does her job well and is just getting started. Her first calf by Dirty Harry sold as a show prospect and her 2009 daughter sells here.

Don’t let this one fool you. All of the calves by the Draft Pick son have been later-maturing but they make excellent replacements. This is one of the fastest-growing, longest-bodied heifers in the crop. She looks a lot like her productive dam. We’ll bet this pair won’t cost a lot but they will surely pay.

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- The Entire Outfit All the Best Sell Here!

Lot 20 Lucas B147 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Big Timber MGS: Dunk

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to My Turn – No Exposure

Lot 20

One of the best young females in the herd, this great-haired, heavy-milking Big Timber daughter is a full sister to Lot 39. Together, they make a powerful pair of donor-quality, young cows. This cow bred back on her first AI service after producing the excellent heifer calf that sells here. With her correct structure, great shag, and total femininity she’ll be easy to mate any way you like. This mating to My Turn will be easy to sell!

Lot 20A Lucas B9147 FEMALE

Calved: March 26, 2009

Sire: Dirty Harry Dam: Lucas B147 by Big Timber Sells open Extra hair and style! This young heifer is backed by some predictable cow genetics. Add her to your herd and expect profit!

Lot 21

Lucas R10-00 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Lot 21A Lucas R910-00 FEMALE

Calved: Feb. 10, 2009

Sire: Big Timber Dam: PB Angus

Sire: Majors Money Man Dam: Lucas R10-00 by Big Timber

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Hollywood – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open A flashy, long necked, high-Maine daughter of Money Man.

This sale will feature a compelling set of young, Big Timber daughters and this is one of the best. She does a great job in production – her first calf by Money Man sells here – and she keeps nicely. You’ll get extra hair and bone from these low-Maine daughters of Big Timber and they all look to have excellent milk.

Lot 22 Lucas B131 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Lot 22A Lucas B9131 FEMALE

Calved: march 20, 2009

Sire: Meyer 734 son MGS: Godfather

Sire: Majors Money Man Dam: Lucas B131 by Meyer 734 son

Bred to calve approx. 3/06 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open

Give this one a little time and watch her shine! This second-calf cow is great haired and very attractive. She is off to an excellent start and will be one of the best to surface from this set in time. She is smooth and correct with a perfectly modern club calf pedigree. Dig in!

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An excellent, long fronted Maine x Simmy heifer. The profit potential here is obvious!

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Lot 23 Lucas R57 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2001

Sire: Angus Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/07 to Point Taken – No Exposure Here is one to rely on for consistent results. This is one goodlooking, thick-ended Angus cow that knows how to deliver with quality and profit. Two excellent daughters sell here and her son by Alias was recently selected as the Grand Champion Steer of the 2009 Washington County (OH) Fair for the Gerald Antill family. She is safe to Point Taken for another success story!

2009 Washington County (OH) Fair Grand Champion Steer

Lot 23A Lucas R157 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Big Timber Dam: Lucas 57 (Angus)

Bred to calve approx. 3/04 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 A full sister to the Lot 24 cow, this young Big Timber daughter is a maternal sister to Antill’s Grand Champion Steer at the 2009 Washington County (OH) Fair. She milks especially well.

Lot 24

Lot 24A

Lucas R69 FEMALE

Lucas R969

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: March 28, 2009

Sire: Big Timber Dam: Lucas 57 (Angus)

Sire: Majors Money Man Dam: Lucas R69 by Big Timber

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – No Exposure

Sells open

We’ll be hearing from these young Big Timber daughters as they mature – especially when they are out of cows as accomplished as this one. Here is the full sister to the hard-working Lot 23A and another maternal sister to the Grand Champion Steer of the 2009 Washington County (OH) Fair. She is bred to Heat Wave – no exposure – after producing the heifer that sells here and a first calf that brought in $1,200. One of the best young females in the herd!

This heifer is smooth and angular – like her dam and her full sister – with tested pedigree.

Lot 25

Lot 25A

Lucas B120-R82 FEMALE

Lucas B9120-82

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: April 3, 2009

Sire: Double Vision son Dam: Maine x Angus

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas 120-82 by Double Vision son

Bred to calve approx. 2/27 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open

Small but mighty, this red-roan Double Vision granddaughter packs a punch! She is nearly as wide as she is tall and her calves have shown the same thick, eye-catching look. Her first calf was by Ali and sold for $2,000, and her current baby sells here. Eye Candy could be excellent with her but Vincent should work well also with what is likely to be a calf colored just like this cool cow.

One of the younger heifers in the group but also one of the best performers, this blue-roan heifer will make an excellent cow like her dam. She is big boned and good bellied with more than enough muscle.

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Proven Championship Genetics!

Lot 26

Lucas/MCC B15 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2006

Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: MCC Donor 23 (Total Play son x An)

Sells open One of three full sisters to the 2003 National Western Stock Reserve Champion Feeder Steer and the Grand Champion Steer of the 2003 Colorado State Fair that will sell here, this young cow works well. Her first calf by Rocky Balboa sold for $1,200 and she did an excellent job with the Draft Pick grandaughter that sells here. She is extreme enough to work with some of today’s hottest sires. Her full sisters sell as Lots 27 and 56.

2003 Colorado State Fair Grand Champion Steer

Lot 27

Lucas/MCC R23 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: MCC Donor 23 (Total Play son x An)

Bred to calve approx. 1/25 to Who Made Who – No Exposure

Lot 26A Lucas B915 FEMALE

Calved: March 10, 2009

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas B15 by Heat Seeker

Sells open This young heifer is going to be an eye-catching bred heifer and cow. She has the right rib and look to make an excellent cow and is backed by a time-tested club calf pedigree that has produced some big wins.

Another full sister to the Gable family’s 2003 National Western Stock Reserve Champion Feeder Steer and Grand Champion Steer of the 2003 Colorado State Fair, this young cow is exceptional. Her dam was a Frozen Gold donor and one of the cows that put Wes Marshall’s cow herd on the map. Her only daughter sells here, and you can see the consistent style and quality in this family when you look at this cow whose first calf - by Ali - sold for $1,500, and whose third calf - by Eye Candy - sold for $2,000. Safe to Who Made Who, this cow will make you think big thoughts!

Lot 27A Lucas R8-23 FEMALE

Lot 27

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas R23 by Heat Seeker

Bred to calve approx. 2/15 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure This white-tailed heifer is powerful! She blends some of the most potent genetics in the game – Draft Pick, Heat Seeker, and Total Play – into a huge boned, wide hipped, extra hairy package. Safe to Dirty Harry!

Lot 28 Lucas R3 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2006

Lot 28A Lucas R73 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Big Timber MGS: Full Throttle

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas R3 by Big Timber

Bred to calve approx. 3/07 to Dirty Harry – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 2/06 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

One of the best-haired cows in the herd, here is another Big Timber daughter that deserves strong consideration. Her 2009 calf was a good steer by Dirty Harry and she is bred back for a full sibling. Her first calf sells here as well.

Like her dam, this solid-red bred heifer is very shaggy and feminine. These Big Timber cattle just work!

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Cows That Work.

Be On the Seats When History Repeats Itself!

Lot 29 Lucas Y301 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2003

Sire: Maine Anjou Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Monopoly – No Exposure If you like your cows with extra muscle and power, then be sure to find this one! This Maine-cross cow is extra-powerful and good looking with serious bone and muscle shape. Three of her sons have sold for just over a $2,000 average and her 2009 daughter by Monopoly is one of the best calves in the sale. She is bred for a full sib and will return quickly!

Lot 29A

Lot 29

Lucas Y9301 FEMALE

Calved: March 1, 2009

Sire: Monopoly Dam: Lucas Y301

Sells open A deep, thick, great haired daughter of one of the best-producing cows in the herd!

Lot 30

Lot 30A

Lucas B46 FEMALE

Lucas B8-46

Calved: Spring 2000

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas B46 by Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 2/26 to Hollywood – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 1/30 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

This proven Meyer 734 daughter doesn’t look like the best one but she can certainly deliver – big time! Her Ali daughter from 2007 sold for $6,500 to the Bennett family, and her only daughter sells here as one of the best bred heifers in the herd. Trust this one!

A smooth and powered-up blend of Draft Pick and Meyer 734, this solid-black heifer is going to make a frontrunning cow. Her dam ensures it!

Lot 31

Lot 31A

Lucas W3 FEMALE

Lucas B140

Calved: Spring 2004

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Impulse son Dam: SM x AN

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas W3 by Impulse son

Bred to calve approx. 2/08 to Point Taken – No Exposure

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Majors Money Man – No Exposure

We’ll see if you’re paying attention when this cow hits the ring. She is an excellent Impulse granddaughter with plenty of tools and a track record of profit. Check her bred heifer daughter by Ali for proof of her skill set and consider that her 2007 son by Almost Famous sold for $3,300 and her 2009 son by the Draft Pick son sold for $1,500. She is bred for another stout one in 2010. This brockle-faced cow always delivers!

This solid-black Ali daughter is going to make an excellent cow. Her dam has been one of the best; and this heifer is correct, complete, and bred for a fast start!

Lot 32

Lot 32A

Lucas B68 FEMALE

Lucas B868

Calved: Spring 2001

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Draft Pick Dam: Angus

Sire: Ali Dam: Lucas B68 by Draft Pick

Bred to calve approx. 1/29 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 2/07 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

Another powerfully thick, hairy Draft Pick daughter that has been solid and profitable. The 2009 son from this cow and Naughty Pine sold for $1,700. Don’t miss her impressive bred heifer that sells here also!

This bred heifer is a commercial, three-quarter Maine with a proven pedigree. She is smooth and thick with the look of a lasting cow. Her dam is a good one!

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More Cows That Work.

Lot 33A

Lot 33 Lucas B58 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 1999

Lot 33A Lucas B8-58 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: C339U Dam: Simmental x Angus

Sire: Dr. Who Dam: Lucas B58 by C339U

Bred to calve approx. 1/28 to Point Taken – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

A star in more ways than one, this C339U is one of the best performers in the herd. She milks very well and always stays a little thin but she puts all she has into her calves and they have been excellent. Two of her sons – by Texas Hold ‘Em and Dr Who – have been two of the best steers in their crops, and her daughter by Dr Who might be the best bred heifer in the sale. This cow will not cost much but she will pay!

Lot 34 Lucas Y511 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

A fantastic donor prospect! This goggle-eyed beauty is a bigbodied powerhouse with tremendous potential. She offers as much mass and power as anything in the offering and she has done it all on grass. She should have been shown due to her total correctness and style but she’ll have plenty of time to show you what she can do for you. She is a sure bet in production – her dam has been excellent.

Lot 34A Lucas 9511 FEMALE

Sire: Lifeline MGS: Cunia

Sire: Draft Pick son Dam: Lucas Y511

Bred to calve approx. 3/04 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Sells open

Calved: March 20, 2009

Long, smooth, hairy and feminine. Another strong replacement.

A bigger, stouer Lifeline x Cunia blend with tremendous bone and great hair. We love this mating to Monopoly as she had a $1,300 steer in 2008 and a good heifer this spring that sells here.

Lot 35 Lucas B29 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – No Exposure One of the top selections when Joe started to rebuild the family herd, this direct 734 daughter produces as well as any cow in the sale. Her 2009 son was one of the top-sellers of his crop. Sired by Naughty Pine, he sold for $3,800, and his 2008 brother by Alias sold for $2,800. This has been a great cow. She is a hands-off producer that does it every time.

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Eye Candy x Lot 36

Lot 36 Lucas B26 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Hannibal MGS: Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 1/26 to Monopoly – No Exposure A freaky power player with production credits to match, this high-powered Hannibal x Meyer 734 combination has produced three excellent bull calves in a row. Her latest, a son by Eye Candy, won 4 out of 5 times this summer including the Grand Champion of the Athens Junior and Open Shows, Muskingum County Open Show, and Reserve Grand Champion of the Fairfield County Open Show. She is bred for another winner and she looks like she is just getting started. All the best sell here!

Lot 37

Lot 38

Lucas B39 FEMALE

Lucas OR7

Calved: Spring 2000

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2004

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus

Sire: Who Made Who MGS: Power Plant

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Heat Wave – No Exposure

Bred to calve approx. 1/26 to Point Taken – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

A solid-black tank with great hair, this proven Meyer 734 daughter has produced three steers that have averaged $2,400. She is due for another with this can’t-miss mating to Heat Wave!

A family favorite, this special Who Made Who daughter is one of the best-looking cows in the field and she has always produced quality and profit. Her 2009 son by Heat Wave brought in $2,600 and another by Paddy O’Malley sold for $2,500. She has never been flushed but is sure worthy. Check the powerful bone and hip blended with a long, clean neck. Quite a cow!

Lot 39 Lucas Y500 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Big Timber MGS: Dunk

Bred to calve approx. 2/26 to Heat Wave – No Exposure

Lot 39

A full sister to Lot 20, this cow has done everything that has been asked of her thus far. She is big and powerful with an excellent udder and a strong penchant for profit. Two of her steers have sold to Shane Show Cattle, OH, the Lucas crew has thought more than once of flushing her. She doesn’t miss and is very easy to take care of with no problems at calving time and one of the fattest calves every summer. She works great with Heat Wave and is bred back for another. Do not miss this one!

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Lot 40

Lot 40 Lucas B20 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2005

Sire: Jazz Dam: Meyer 734 x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 1/24 to Point Taken – No Exposure One of the best-looking cows in the Lucas herd – or anywhere in southeastern Ohio – this Jazz x Meyer 734 combo is one that you need to see. She hurt her eye when she was young but everything else is right here; unreal bone, great hair, and the look and shape of a future superstar. She is just hitting her stride in production with plenty of time to shine. Her 2009 steer by Heat Wave sold for $4,000 and she is bred for a better one by Point Taken. This one will make you look twice and bid more than that! Wow!

Lot 41 Lucas Y16 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2004

Sire: Who Made Who Dam: MA x AN

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to My Turn – No Exposure A striking Who Made Who daughter that knows her job well, this cow will make her new owner very happy. She was an excellent show heifer in her day and she is easy to handle and easy to make money with. Forsythe Cattle, OH, bought her Eye Candy son this spring and her 2008 son by Alias sold for $2,500. She’ll do better with My Turn and you’ll have no problem making her work about any way you like from there. She puts her cool look and extra thickness into all of her calves.

Lot 42 Lucas R399 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Lot 41

Lot 43 Lucas OR38 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Almost Famous MGS: Playboy

Sire: Paddy O’Malley MGS: Honky Tonk

Bred to calve approx. 3/03 to The Untouchable – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Who Made Who – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

A maternal brother to a $5,500 steer a few years ago, this young Almost Famous daughter is doing well and working hard. Her Dirty Harry son sold for $1,150 this year and there will be more profit to come here.

The first calf from this young, long-fronted Paddy O’Malley daughter sold for $900 from the field this past spring.

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Lot 44 Lucas Y20 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 1999

Sire: Simmental cross Dam: Simmental cross

Bred to calve approx. 2/17 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 This one is easy to find in the field and she is even easier to make money with. She is a big, stout, roomy cow that delivers quality. One of her better calves sells here and other sons have been strong sellers.

Lot 44A

Lot 44

Lucas R20 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Big Timber Dam: Lucas Y20

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to Point Taken – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 A very nice, black and white cow out of the top-performing Lot 44 cow that has stood the test of time.

Lot 45 Lucas G23 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2000

Sire: AJ (PB Char) Dam: Angus

Bred to calve approx. 3/04 to My Turn – No Exposure Sired by the National Western Champion Charolais Bull, A.J., this smokey cow has a lot of power. Her 2009 calf by Heat Wave sold out of the field for $1,500 and she is bred back for another. This will be her fourth AI calf in a row and she does a great job with them.

Lot 45

Lot 46

Lot 47

Lucas B13-68 FEMALE

Lucas B744

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Lamborghini Dam: Lucas B68 by Draft Pick

Sire: Paddy O’Malley MGS: Meyer 734

Bred to calve approx. 2/08 to Eye Candy – No Exposure

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Dirty Harry – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

A young cow with a hard-to-find pedigree, this Lamborghini daughter is rugged and great haired with a balanced, extended look. Her 2009 son by Eye Candy sold for $1,600.

This young cow combined with Ali to produce a $2,200 steer as her first calf. Don’t bet she won’t do better next time!

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Everything Sells! The Entire Program!

Lot 48 Lucas B106 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2004

Sire: DJ Loaded Dam: Draft Pick x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to My Turn – No Exposure

Lot 48

Lot 49 Lucas R72 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

A gorgeous daughter of DJ Loaded, this young cow is real headturner and she is rising through the ranks in terms of production. Her 2008 son by Alias sold for $2,500 and she had an excellent Paddy O’Malley daughter as well. She will make her new owner very happy as she offers extra muscle and a tremendous look combined with great bone and a smooth design. Be sure to find this one and get her in your pasture!

Lot 50 Lucas B143 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2006

Sire: Habenero son MGS: Heat Seeker

Sire: Kadabra Dam: Meyer 734 x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 2/25 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

A young cow with a bright future, we sold her first calf by Money Man out of the pasture for $1,200 this spring.

Like you might expect, this is a shaggy, heavy-mliking Kadabra x Meyer 734 cow that works well. Her dam was excellent but she was injured last year and had to be sold. The Dirty Harry son from this cow sold for $1,000 early last spring.

Lot 51 Lucas B7106 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Lot 52 Lucas B144 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: Lucas 106

Sire: Big Timber Dam: MA x AN

Bred to calve approx. 2/24 to Point Taken – No Exposure

Bred to calve approx. 2/22 to Eye Candy – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Another young cow that bred back on her first AI service, this cow is thick and long bodied. Safe to Point Taken!

Another really hairy Big Timber daughter, the first calf from this cow was by Dirty Harry and sold for $950 this past spring. There will be much more!

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Lot 53 Lucas Katie FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Hannibal Dam: WSC Goddess by The Godfather

Bred to calve approx. 3/13 to Monopoly – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16 Another of the very exciting young cows in the herd, this freaky and productive Hannibal daughter is out of the $10,000 WSC Goddess that sold with the top of the 2004 Holiday Classic to Tomlin and Jones, OH. Her first calf was by Majors Money Man and it sold for $2,000. You’ll travel far and wide before you find many cows with a design quite like this – extreme extension and hip with sound movement and milking ability. Hmmm???

Lot 54

Lot 55

Lucas W45 FEMALE

WSC Goddess

Lucas 108

Calved: Spring 2002

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2007

Sire: Angus Dam: Angus

Sire: Who Made Who Dam: 9FB3/EXT (Reg. Angus cow)

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to Hollywood – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 2/24 to BC Raven – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Here is a nicely designed Angus cow that raises a big calf with plenty of style and class. Her 2008 daughter by Dr. Who sold for $2,500, did some winning locally, and looks great as a bred heifer. This cow is a great milker and will work with either of these bulls.

Lot 56

Lot 57

Lucas OR13 FEMALE

Lucas 6G

Calved: Spring 2006

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2003

Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: Total Play son x An

Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Reg. Angus

Bred to calve approx. 3/05 to Who Made Who – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Bred to calve approx. 3/31 to Heat Wave – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

Another full sister to the Gable family’s 2003 National Western Stock Reserve Champion Feeder Steer and Grand Champion Steer of the 2003 Colorado State Fair, this young cow is another eye-catching young daughter from the Frozen Gold donor, MCC Donor 23, one of the cows that put Wes Marshall’s cow herd on the map. Her only daughter sold for $1,400 and her full sisters sell here as Lots 26 and 27.

Lot 58 Lucas 61 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2004

Sire: Rito 9FB3 of Fullback 5H11 son MGS: Traveler 6807 son

Bred to calve approx. 3/22 to Meyer 734 - No Exposure

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The Bred Heifer Inventory Other bred heifers and all open heifers sell beside their dams. Look for them throughout the catalog.

Lot 59 Lucas R8-00 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Juneau Dam: Maine x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 1/25 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

Lot 59

Lot 60 Lucas R8-504 FEMALE

This Juneau daughter has looked great since birth and continues to impress. There is no doubt she is one of the biggest bellied, best-built, best-haired heifers in the replacement pen. She can go maternal or terminal, you decide.

Lot 61 Lucas 8-10

Calved: Spring 2008

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Carnac MGS: Who Made Who

Sire: Carnac MGS: Who Made Who

Bred to calve approx. 2/03 to Dirty Harry – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

Bred to calve approx. 2/02 to Dirty Harry – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

Lot 62 Lucas R8-115 FEMALE

Lot 63 Lucas R8-50

Calved: Spring 2008

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Hannibal MGS: Jazz

Sire: Dr. Who MGS: The Godfather

Bred to calve approx. 2/01 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

Bred to calve approx. 2/03 to Dirty Harry – No Exposure

A terribly stout bred heifer whose dam was an excellent cow that was lost over the winter.

This is a long fronted, cool-built heifer with great hair and loads of potential!

Lot 64 Lucas 15 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Full Flush Dam: Meyer 734 x PR Lady Blackbird 496 (Angus)

Bred to calve approx. 4/08 to Rocky Balboa – Exposed to Vincent 68S 6/01-7/16

PB Lady Blackbird 496

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A former show heifer that won two shows in Virginia during her career, this heifer has a pedigree that has been working well. Her dam is an ET daughter of PR Lady Blackbird 496, a great Angus female that won all over the country for the former Fox Cross Farms, WV, and is now a pivotal donor for Teets Farms, WV.

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Lot 65

Lot 66

Lucas R12 FEMALE

Lucas R77

Calved: Spring 2008

FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: Checks In the Mail MGS: Bad Medicine

Sire: Ali Dam: SM x MA

Bred to calve approx. 2/06 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Majors Money Man – Exposed to Maghes NL7138M after 5/15

One of the best steer-producing prospects in the female offering, this Checks daughter is incredibly big boned and thick with a classic show look. Her dam produced very well for Joe and crew with two sons that won different county shows.

This half-Maine bred heifer is deep ribbed and easy fleshing with excellent cow traits.

Lot 67 Lucas R7 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2008

Sire: The Godfather son Dam: Maine x Angus

Bred to calve approx. 1/23 to Majors Money Man – No Exposure Sorry we missed this heifer during photo time but be sure to find her. She is one of the best breds in the Lucas replacement pens. Heifers with this type of depth, balance, muscle and fleshing ability have no choice but to be excellent cows. Several top prospects this past summer were out of Godfather daughters and we wouldn’t bet against this one.

Pregnant Recipients Heat Wave x Donor 835 - Three Shots At Stardom!

Lot 68A Lucas Y606 FEMALE

Calved: Spring 2002

Sire: Shorthorn cross Dam: Shorthorn cross

Carrying a Heat Wave x Donor 835 embryo Due approx. 1/30 This cow looks bad but she works good. She is a great milker and her calf is always one of the biggest coming out of the field. She is due to deliver a full sibling to Kaitlyn Thompson’s multiplechampion out of the Lot 1 donor in this sale.

Lucas Donor 835 – The donor dam of the Lot 59 pregnancies – She sells as Lot 1 in this sale

Lot 68B

Lot 68C

Lucas R803 FEMALE

Lucas 5399

Calved: Spring 2005

FEMALE

Calved: Fall 2005

Sire: Angus cross Dam: Angus cross

Sire: Crossbred Dam: Crossbred

Carrying a Heat Wave x Donor 835 embryo Due approx. 2/22

Carrying a Heat Wave x Donor 835 embryo Due approx. 2/22

A low maintenance recipient cow that milks well and has never had any problems calving.

No problems with this cow either. She has had an embryo calf nearly every year since coming to Amesville.

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- Herd Sire -

Lot 69

WCCF Friction ET JJJ 68S 1CM “Vincent 68S” Chi Bull #P325837

Calved: 04/05/06

FULL FLUSH FRICTION

Lot 69

Red Hot

NEC AN x SM x CA x MA 34 ROCKING B FINAL ANSWER MRH RED HOT 451L 1CM THMT HOT SAUCE CA 12.19% - AN 40.55% - MA 35.94% The natural service sire to many of the mature cows in the offering, Vincent 68S is an exceptional herd sire with one of the deepest show cattle pedigrees imaginable. His dam, MRH Red Hot 451L, was a great show heifer for Megan Hunt, OH, that was a featured top-seller of the 2004 Winners’ Circle Sale. She is widely regarded as the most productive daughter of the industry hallmark donor, THMT Hot Sauce, herself a 15-time winner for Megan Hunt and the dam of a string of successful, major-winning progeny. It is hard to imagine a better THF and PHAF pedigree than this one that blends the famed Campbellco Goose and Sullivan Ranch “Tank 16B” families. Beyond his blood, this bull is physically impressive, as well, with large bone, an extended front, real muscle, and fantastic hair. He was a high-dollar prospect in his youth and he has become a reliable sire of quality. His calves have been born with acceptable ease and they look excellent. Several regional breeders have used Vincent 68S through AI and even ET, and all report satisfaction. This is a great bull that is bred to be that way and we were very excited to have him cover the cows this summer. This is a great opportunity for any club calf producer.

Lot 69 is owned by Woodruff Valley Cattle Farm, Jim Woodruff, 740/749-3159

Hot Sauce

- Special Teams Players -

Lots 70 -72 Gomer Bulls

We have three “gomer” bulls to sell. All have seen heavy use in the Lucas herd. Problem-free, hard workers.

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Lot 73

Breaking Donkey A 9-year-old gelding that is great with the cattle.

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Cattle Equipment Sells At 1:00 p.m. Sharp

Cattle Cool Room and Air Conditioning Unit - 2 rooms with walk-through door - Total inside dimension = 22 ft. x 80 ft. - 5 ton unit, self-contained - See it in-use at the farm every day

Approx. 100+ Farmer Cattle Panels - most are 12 feet

Approx. 25 Farmer Cattle Panels - 4ft. Walk-Through’s

Large Sullivan Grooming Chute 8 Shafer Fans 2 Sullivan Livestock Blower/Groomers Plenty of miscellaneous cattle equipment - Grooming products, herd management products, feeders, water tubs Note on Equipment: Some of the equipment selling will be in use during the auction and may not be removed until it is no longer needed. All equipment will sell before the cattle auction but please be aware that some equipment (panels, blowers, and more) may not be removed until after the cattle have sold. Listen for announcements prior to and during the auction. Be ready to walk as most of the equipment will sell “where it stands”. Also, be prepared to remove purchases sale day. Loading/hauling assistance will be available. If you are unable to attend, feel free to contact the sale management team with any questions concerning the equipment. We will be happy to bid on the equipment for you in your absence and, in most cases, arrange delivery to you. Calls specific to the equipment auction may be directed to BJ Eick, 330/234-7425.

Semen Tank and Inventory - Sells After the Cattle -

MVE3418 Semen Tank - brand new in 2009, approx. 2500 straw capacity, 18 week storage

8 straws - About Time 7 straws - Ali 7 straws - BC Black Power 15 straws - Black Impact 1 straws - Checks In the Mail 7 straws - DCC New Look 101 2 straws - Final Solution 17 straws - Heat Wave (xx418 yellow top) 2 straws - Hollywood

2 straws - Kadabra 10 straws - Meyer 734 8 straws - Monopoly 2 straws - My Turn 2 straws - Playboy 9 straws - Swartzpower 8 straws – The Untouchable 6 straws - Wiseguy

Note on Semen Auction: All semen must be removed sale day unless prior arrangements have been made by the purchaser. All semen comes from the working inventory of the Lucas family and is expected to be of acceptable quality; however, no guarantee is made as to quality and/or conception rates achieved from semen purchased here.

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On the farm near Amesville, Ohio – Along State Route 550

2 pm EST Equipment Auction begins at 1 pm

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Craig M. Reiter & Assoc. P.O. Box 85 Elmore, Ohio U.S.A. 43416 www.primetimeagrimarketing.com

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