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2017 Ohio State Fair SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE Shown by Abbie Collins, OH

2016 NAILE Reserve Champion Chiangus Heifer Shown by Colin Howd, TN

2017 National Western Grand Champion Char-Composite Heifer Shown by Stetson Bennett Raised with Goettemoeller, IN

2017 Illinois State Fair GRAND CHAMPION STEER Shown by Olivia Caldwell, IL Raised with Goettemoeller, IN

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– SHOW STEERS & HEIFER – SALES BEGIN SEPT 2 On the farm just off I-70 and US 40 on the IN/OH border

Keystone International Champion Shorthorn+

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2017 Ohio State Fair Reserve Champion AOB Heifer Shown by Abbie Collins

Selling a great set of bred cows and heifers in: Gale Long, Owner • Dillon Durham, Manager 5945 Orangeburg Road • New Paris, Ohio Multiple top 5’s for the Bowman family, IN Raised with Goettemoeller, IN

2018 Cass Co (IN) Preview 4th Overall Heifer - Ring B Shown by Jade Nagel

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The Handbook of the Active Showman • Fall 2018

IN THIS ISSUE BEST Results ...................................................90 Cattlemen’s Gala ..................................... 74, 75 Indiana Fair Dates ................................... 78, 79 Livestock Kids.................................... 76, 77, 80 Mark Your Cards...................................... 92, 93 National Junior Heifer Show Results ..................... 104, 105, 108, 109

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AJSA Eastern Regional 2018 3rd Overall SimSolution for Gabi Tebo, IN Purchased in Right By Design 2017

AJSA Eastern Regional 2018 3rd Overall Purebred for Claire Trennepohl

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2018 Illinois Simmental Preview Reserve Grand Champion for Jeff Rhode, IL

AJSA Eastern Regional 2018 4th Overall SimSolution for Tolle Show Cattle, KY

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Tues. night Oct. 16 - Hereford, TX

Selling Powerful, Service-Ready Bulls from Elite Donor Dams Mobile bidding powered by Smart Auctions - 1.866.419.6279

Snow Goose Sold in our 2017 sale to Roecker Cattle, IA

Cosmo Sold in our 2017 sale to Shirley Cattle, TX

Red Monkey Sold in our 2017 sale to Glen Valley Farms, VA

Full brother to Business Done Right Sold in our 2017 sale to Horn Livestock, TX

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December 28 - Zanesville, Ohio Selling 115 Bovine Opportunities

Mariah 54X Our $30,000 top seller in 2017 to David Jones Cattle, OH

Hara's Princess 101Z 2nd top seller of 2017 to Soehnlen Cattle, OH

Hara's Meyer 29 3rd top seller to Strine Farms, OH

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Thank You to ALL of Our Bidders & Buyers in 2017! Greg Garmyn – Hicksville, OH Richard Theaker – Bridgeport, OH Randy Smith – Lewisville, OH Gardner Farms – Washington, PA Tim Luallen – Adamsville, OH Cooksey Farms – Atwater, OH Ryan Smith – Ashville, OH B&J Cattle – Mt. Solon, VA Trevor Tom – Chandlersville, OH David Pittman – Beallsville, OH Hill Farms Cattle – Senecaville, OH Dylan Kernen – Jerusalem, OH Sara Saft – Lore City, OH Kimberly Nething – Mansfield, OH Lucas Family Cattle – Amesville, OH Hittle Farms – Zanesville, OH Tybenal Farms – Caldwell, OH Fisher Farms Cattle – Harrod, OH Brett Brown – Xenia, OH John Juzwiak – Quaker City, OH Bryan Eubanks – Cambridge, OH Hannah Jarvis – Homeworth, OH Aaron Moran – Hillsboro, OH McConnell Cattle – Mt. Vernon, OH Kent Loychanen – Russell, IA Strine Farms – Caledonia, OH Goettemoeller Show Cattle – Farmland, IN Lindsey Ward – Hillsboro, OH Justin Flax – London, OH Glen Elliot – Burlington, OK Campbellco – Cedarville, OH Parks Show Cattle – Oxford, MI Richard McDonald – Lisbon, OH

Oakley Cattle – Quaker City, OH Dennis Householder – Holbrook, PA Jason Knieper – Corunna, MI Jay Kitzmiller – Homeworth, OH Hummel Land & Cattle – Sunbury, PA Brandon Hilberry – Wheeling, WV McFarland Cattle – Princeville, IL Chase Liptrap – Gallipolis Ferry, WV Chase Snyder – Navarre, OH Glen Valley Farm – Covington, VA Garrett Farms – Crossville, TN John William – Woodsfield, OH Richland Farms – Rochester, IN Lucey Show Cattle – Glen Easton, WV Vanhorn Farms – Malta, OH Stephen Dawson – Frazeysburg, OH Trail’s End Farm – Belmont, OH Darrell Briggs – Claysville, PA Mike Decola – Perry, OH KO Cattle – Jacobsburg, OH Phil Schlabach – Millersburg, OH Darrell Weisend – Lewisville, OH Scott Barrett – Lancaster, OH Amber Ramage – Lewisville, OH John Marshall – New Concord, OH Steve Pryor – Barnesville, OH Brian Canfield – Ashland, OH Soehnlen Cattle – Navarre, OH Sleepy Hollow Farms – Clarington, OH Laura Bond – Pleasant City, OH David Jones Cattle – Winchester, OH Ricky Fields – Gay, WV Danny Vaughn – Lewisburg, WV Vetter Farms & Cattle – Hicksville, OH

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COLEMAN DONNA 741 Onward x Donna 386 // Full sister to Donna 714 Legendary Angus maternal genetics

LADY 1Y Who Da Man x Emerald Lady 138M A Frozen Gold feature!

HARA’S MISS UNIVERSE Meyer 734 x WAG Hairietta 9145J The absolute best show ring genetics!

CASINO 172X The best of the Partisover Burgess line!

SELECT SET OF CALVES SELLING THIS FALL. EMBRYOS AND FLUSHES SELLING IN THE SPRING.

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Tuesday, October 9 • 1 p.m. MST On the ranch near Charlo, Montana Coleman Donna 714

THE INCREDIBLE DAM OF WORLDWIDE LEADERS. Selling daughters by Charlo, Paxton, Right Time, Rito 707, and Rainmaker 6169

Coleman Bravo 6313

Selling a full sister pregnancy. His first calves are fabulous - Bravo is the best bull ever used here - and his service is a feature of this sale.

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This is the Best Offering of Females We Have Sold By Far!

Coleman Donna 1234

Coleman Donna 801

Selling an awesome 3YO daughter by Charlo that will have a calf at-side.

Selling a tremendous daughter by Coleman Juneau 044 that will have a calf at-side.

Coleman Abigale 0277

Coleman Donna 197

Selling a very special daughter by Bravo, the first daughter of Donna 197 to sell at public auction.

The Pathfinder flush sister to Charlo. Selling her full sister, a maternal sister by SAV Raindance plus daughters by SAV Renown, Coleman Doc, and Coleman Knight.

Larry & Dee Coleman & Family Request a catalog or more information by contacting 40067 Morris Road the owners or visiting the %Coleman web site: Charlo, MT 59824 www.colemanangus.com Phone: 406-644-2697 Craig M. Reiter craig@primetimeagrimarketing.com E-mail: colemanangus@blackfoot.net 1.877.800.9230

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Judge: TBA Entry Fee: $35 per head $5 Jackpot Showmanship

SCHEDULE:

Check-in: 9 am. - 11 am. Showmanship: Noon Followed by Heifers and Steers

PAYOUTS: Champion $250 Reserve Champion $150 Third Overall $75 Fourth Overall $50 Fifth Overall $35

DETAILS: • Painting and building permitted • No age requirement except for showmanship • All classes will be by weight unless there are enough numbers for heifer breed classes at the time of check-in • No market heifer classes • Food stand and show supplies will be available

For more information contact: Scott Alexander: 419/680-0634 • Jake Sautter: 419/575-0962 or visit us on Facebook!

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Congratulations to these winners from 2017-18 with Here I Am progeny from our herd. We have more like them to sell this year!

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FU MAN CHU HEIFER A full sib steer calf won over 10 prospect shows last fall!

She will be selling in the RC Show Cattle Early Bird Sale on Sept. 1. 

She will be selling in the RC Show Cattle Early Bird Sale on Sept. 1. 

I-80 HEIFER

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RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER 2017 PREBLE COUNTY FAIR Sold by Caplinger Show Stock and RC Show Cattle 28


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Waverly 996W The pure Maine outcross Queen!

Select your favorites from a great set of calves by Style, First Class Act, and Maternal Made

2017 Keystone Grand Champion MaineTainer 2017 Illinois State Fair Champion MaineTainer Shown by Jakob Setchell Sold by Schaeffer Show Cattle Come and get a great maternal sister to this winner by Style!

CALVES FOR SALE NOW Steers and Heifers

Claysville, PA

Just off US-70 near the PA/OH/WV borders

Bob Ross: 724-350-0066 Kathy Logue-Ross: 724-747-8589

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Waverly 0715C (Whiskey x Waverly 996W) Her first calves by Style, Broker, and Monopoly look great!


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All online with SC Online CALVES SIRED BY Unstoppable, Monopoly, Hi Ho Silver, CF Upgrade, Metro, Broker, Style, Here I Am, FuMan Chu Watch for our bred heifer sale in December!

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Autumn at the Crossroads October 20 On the farm

Selling Charolais, Simmental, and Composite Seed Stock Stop in to see them now or request aT catalog primetime.marketing

Joe & Marlene 8614 W 100 N • Danville, Indiana Andrew & Christa: 317.440.0525 877.800.9230 • 419.350.9159

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Selling calves “first come, first served” starting Sept 1 Sale cattle located just north of Ft. Wayne off US 33 and SR 205

2015 Indiana State Fair Champion Maine-Anjou and Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer Noble Co (IN) Grand Champion Hoosier Beef Congress Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer Shown by Warner Ott / Raised by Ott Brothers

2016 Indiana State Fair Champion Simmental Steer Third Overall Hoosier Beef Congress Shown by Clayton Duckworth / Raised by Ott Brothers

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Columbus, IN Jackpot Grand Overall Steer - Ring A Columbus, IN Jackpot Reserve Overall Steer - Ring B Huntington, IN Jackpot 3rd Overall Steer Whitley Co (IN) Reserve Overall Steer Shown by Rachel Streitmatter / Raised by Ott Brothers


Full sib heifer for sale

HIGH SELLER FOR TRACY GORETSKA Full and maternal sibs available

DADDY LIKE Sold to Matt Lautner

MULTIPLE TIME CHAMPION FOR ALBRECHT FAMILY

HERE I AM STEER An example of this year’s calves

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Calves for sale now by these sires:

MVP We will have some of the first calves by the ! $70,000 Frozen Gold top seller next spring

Fu Man Chu•Snap Chat•MAB•Here I Am Control Freak•Hi Ho Silver•Rockstar Blaze of Glory•Chatterbox•Uno Mas Daddy’s Money•No Worries•Team Blake Sweet Baby James•Jesse James Rango•Smooth Whiskey•sons of Monopoly

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We pride ourselves on helping our customers throughout the duration of their project and beyond. Supreme Champion and Many Top 5’s for the Chamberlin Family, Indiana

Class winning crossbred steer 2017 Heart of It All Preview Grand Champion Feeder NAILE Raised here and sold by Cooksey Farms

CALVES AVAILABLE ALL YEAR! CALL/TEXT TO SCHEDULE A TIME TO VIEW SPRING-BORN CALVES

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Ohio Expo Center • Columbus, Ohio O’Neill Swine Barn

SHOW:

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ENTRIES CLOSE ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Entry forms available at www.ohiofeedercalfroundup.com

MOTELS FOR 2018:

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CANDLEWOOD SUITES POLARIS 8515 Lyra Drive • Columbus, Ohio 614-436-6600

Janet Roberts: 740.638.4321 • 740.260.2695 (c) Barb Menzie: 740.432.6005 Megan Carpenter: 740-586-3844

COMFORT SUITES 1690 Clara Street • Columbus, Ohio 614-586-1001

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SARA’S DREAM 5116

The amazing full sister to Primo, our National Junior, Kansas City, Indiana, and Denver Champion. Her first offering is a sight to see. Daughters sell by Insight, McKinley, Syndicate and Blue Chip.

BLACKBIRD 3071

Our Louisville and Ft Worth Champion struts her stuff with a powerful offering by Syndicate.

FRONTIER GAL 4181

Pick your favorites from an excellent offering by Epic and Syndicate

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Selling 110 Bred and Open Females on the farm

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Top-selling cow to Dick Wisnefski, WI

Top-selling Angus bred heifer to Steve Martin, IN

Top-selling bred heifer by Loaded Up to Cox Farms, IL

Top-selling Simmental bred heifer to Adam Dryer, IL

$64,000 Sky High daughter to GKB Cattle, TX

Top-selling Simmental open heifer to Travis Connor, IL


Grand Champion Market Animal - $1,000 Reserve Grand Champion Market Animal - $500 3-5 Market Animal Payouts prorated

Grand Champion Heifer - $1,000 Reserve Grand Champion Heifer - $500 3-5 Heifer Payouts prorated

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Judges: TBA

Friday, January 4 8am: Cattle may arrive. The show office will be staffed starting at 10am 4-8pm: Check-in Saturday, January 5 6-7am: Heifer Check-In 7:30am: Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) session 9am: Ring A Heifer Show begins 9:30am: Ring B Heifer Show begins

Entry Fee: Entries can be made online and paid online at ohiocattle.org or can be paid at the time of check-in at the fairgrounds. A discount per head per ring will be given to animals in the BEST program. Entry fees $110 Both Rings, Ring A $60, Ring B $60. Fees include bedding, mulch availabe for sale outside. Rules: • All BEST rules apply - visit www.ohiocattle.org for complete BEST rules • Market Animals born on or after 1/1/18 • Breed Heifers born on or after 9/1/17 • Market Animals and crossbred heifers shown by weight • Breeds heifers shown by age. Registration required for all breed cattle • Health papers required for all out-of-state cattle

*Ring B Heifer Show will begin after the conclusion of the Angus heifers in Ring A.

TBA - Showmanship will begin after the completion of the Rong B Heifer Show and photos are complete (2 rings will be used) Sunday, January 6 8am: Market Animal Show Ring A begins *Ring B Market Animal Show will begin after the conclusion of the Chianina steers in Ring A.

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Congratulations Sara Sullivan, IA! This dominant winner was raised by us and sold as Lot 1 in 2017

Congratulations Jack Huelsenbeck, IN! Grand Champion Steer

2017 Noble County (IN) Fair

Raised by us Picked out of our “Load & Go” pen in 2016

Pettigrew Farms

Congratulations Hadley Dunklau, NE! 5th Overall Heifer 2018 Jackrabbit Memorial Raised by us - Sold to Paulsen, IA as Lot 2 in 2017 Sale

Jon, Tara, Ty, Kylee & Brooks

7206 E Dela Balme Road • Columbia City IN 260.229.0917 • pettigrewfarms@hotmail.com

Dice Show Cattle Barney & Vicky 260.693.9808

Hinen Show Stock Jeff: 260.503.5217

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THE $60,000 BLACK STAR 307Y WILL SELL! HER 2018 CROP IS AWESOME - SEVERAL CALVES

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Cumming County, Wisner, Nebraska Randy: 402.380.3710

TOP-SELLER OF OUR SPRING SALE TO TYLER PIEPER, NE OUR FALL LINEUP HAS SEVERAL BIG TIME BULLS IN IT!


Breed Steers & Heifers Embryos and semen available year-round. Steers and Heifers offered at all price ranges. Calves will be eligible for Best of the Buckeye.

Todd, Anna, Elizabeth, Lindsey & Maverick Pugh Todd - 330-353-1001 • Lindsey - 330-933-4297 6005 Meese Road • Louisville, Ohio 44641


! k r o W t a Th s c i t e n e G Colburn Saras Dream 7588

Our pick of the Colburn calf crop. Sired by C&C McKinley and Silveiras Style (1339 - Primo’s Dam) Owned with Bush Livestock.

Silveira Hara THE SHOW

Our selection of the 2017 NWSS Denim & Diamonds Sale! THE SHOW will add more muscle, bone and frame then his legendary sire Style. Silveira Style x WAR Cowboy Up x Dixie Erica 001

SCC SCH Classy Nellie 5102 This Class Act x Raptor 702 was the many time Champion for Kyle Piscione! Ask us about Genetic Opportunities out of ELLIE!

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M.V.P The $70,000 Frozen Gold feature and hot sire of the spring Thanks to all for their confidence in this great breeding piece

Pay the Price

2017 and 2018 National Western Grand Champion Simmental Bull 2x Nebraska State Fair Supreme Champion Bull We added this leader in 2017 and can't wait to see what he does here and for our customers! Owned with Volk, Gateway, Clay Hill, and Shoal Creek

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2017 Ohio State Fair Grand Champion Simmental Heifer Shown by Kylie O'brien and The Farmer Group

2017 NAILE Calf Champion Maine-Anjou Female Champion Maine Ohio AGR Preview Reserve Div. Champion AJMAA Junior Nationals Shown by Taylor Strope - Sold by Hanewich Cattle

2017 Indiana State Fair Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female Shown by Isaac Carter

2017 Indiana State Fair Grand Champion Simmental Female Shown by Sydney Roberts

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On the farm near Bargersville, IN

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Livestock Kids By Catherine Bensman

Catherine (Fulton) Bensman was a farm kid, raised around livestock, grain, and produce farming near Troy, Ohio. Part of a large, livestock-showing extended family with deep roots in the business and Ohio 4-H, Catherine was also a college athlete and middle school teacher. The mother of one son, Adam, she was diagnosed with cancer in September of 2015 at the age of 42. Catherine passed away in May of 2018 but not before she could teach us many valuable lessons about life, love, illness, and more. Many of these thoughts are found in a blog she kept during her illness which can be read in its entirety at https://wp.me/p8ACC1-l2. With the permission of her family, we have elected to publish one of our favorite posts of Catherine’s here. daily about not spending enough time in the barn. He was a true livestock kid; I was more of a social participator. The stories that can be told from those years we all spent in 4-H are priceless. Our family (this includes my Sutherly cousins) found much success in the ring. There were many county fair champions, state fair contenders, and even a state fair grand champion steer shown by my cousin Dan. Yet this is not what we talk about most. It’s the family moments we had, friendships we created, and ornery shenanigans that are repeatedly rehashed. I mean, who wouldn’t want to remember when my parents and aunts/uncles would let my brother and male cousins stay at the state fair unsupervised under the viaduct? It makes perfect sense to leave a

Many kids find their niche on a sports team. Some find it with music. A handful thrive on anything academia. Scads enjoy hours with technology. My son prefers hanging out in the barn. Livestock can get his mind ticking and adrenaline rushing more than anything else. My husband and I both spent 10 years in 4-H. His family focused on hogs. My cousins, brother, and I raised our own hogs, too. It’s a fond memory of mine. We would farrow them each winter and have the big selection day each spring. The true colors of my dad and uncles came out many a time during those years. I still crack up at some of the irrational moments my uncle Bob displayed. I also threw my hand in at showing cattle for a brief stent. That ended when my brother badgered me 76


still jaw-dropping. Personally, we set a budget for Adam and he has to stick to it. He has to figure out how many animals he’s going to purchase within that budget, allot for transportation costs, and decide if he wants to try to keep any of them for future fall shows. I’m not knocking anyone that can afford what they pay. For some kids, it’s the only thing they participate in, so spending more is the same as a parent who pays big bucks for JO volleyball or traveling soccer. I just feel bad for the kids who really have a passion for animals but can’t afford to be involved. It’s not cheap. Not only do you have to buy the animals, but you also need the equipment, show supplies, show clothes, entry fees, feed, and travel expenses. To us, it’s well worth it – as long as we stick to our budget. I have some hair-brained thoughts on this crazy inflation. I’ll pass on sharing them. Obviously politics is present in every arena of life. It’s unfortunate. At the end of the day, hopefully the most deserving person wins. I’m kind of loving these shows that have all of the kids wear the same t-shirt. In a way it levels the playing field a bit. Maybe we should also remove the ear tags that identify the breeder. Truth be told, there have been times when my son has stood higher than I think he should in a class. On the flip side, at times I’ve felt he deserved better. It goes both ways. Kids are going to be disappointed when they lose. How they handle it is key. How the parents handle it is even more key. Personally, I want the kid to win that has the best animal, does the best job showing, and has put in the work himself. This may be the kid that has won year after year or a new kid on the block. Everyone wants to be a winner. Each of us, as parents, want to see our kids succeed

bunch of teenage boys there for nights on end, right? More stories just keep being revealed every year. Heck, they even snuck the powerful steer blower up to the grand champion chickens’ cage (these were not ours) to give them all a little “fluffing” and “de-feathering.” The memories are endless. The memories extend way beyond trophies and ribbons. These days we spend our time in the goat and sheep barns. Adam devotes most Saturdays and a few Sundays from MayAugust to showing at various shows. I call it his traveling “sport.” He’d rather go to the fair than on vacation. It’s just what he embraces. Since my cancer diagnosis 21 months ago, I’ve really taken a step back and observed the current state of 4-H and livestock families. It’s quite interesting to really watch and discuss. Much of it I love. Some of it I hate. There’s no doubt, showing livestock teaches kids hard work and responsibility (as long as they are the ones doing the work). These kids are feeding before school, working their animals hopefully daily, cleaning out pens, learning how to budget money, and washing/clipping when needed. Kids that are “all in” on their projects are building some great skills. I’ve seen multiple blogs floating around talking about the great parts of being a livestock kid. I’m sure I agree with everything that’s said. It’s just a good way of life. I think we would be dishonest if we didn’t discuss some of the flaws. One of the big ones is the rising cost to participate in 4-H, especially if you want to be competitive. I’m actually dumbfounded at how much money some of these animals bring at auction. Now I realize it’s not all “real” money, but it’s

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ADAMS........................................................................................July 15 – 19, 2018 ALLEN........................................................................................ July 24 – 29, 2018 BARTHOLOMEW...........................................................................July 6 – 14, 2018 BENTON......................................................................................July 25 – 30, 2018 BLACKFORD............................................................................... July 14 – 21, 2018 BOONE........................................................................................ July 21 – 27, 2018 BROWN................................................................................. July 29 – Aug. 3, 2018 CARROLL.................................................................................... July 13 – 20, 2018 CASS............................................................................................. July 8 – 14, 2018 CLARK.........................................................................................July 13 – 21, 2018 CLAY........................................................................................... July 14 – 20, 2018 CLINTON.......................................................................................July 7 – 14, 2018 CRAWFORD...................................................................................July 8 – 14, 2018 DA VIESS1................................................................................... July 11 – 20, 2018 DEARBORN................................................................................June 18 – 23, 2018 DECATUR ................................................................................... July 11 – 18, 2018 DEKALB2 ................................................... Sept. 24 – 29, 2018; July 16 – 19, 2018 DELAWARE3 ................................................July 11 – 18, 2018; July 16 – 21, 2018 DUBOIS ...................................................................................... July 16 – 20, 2018 ELKHART ...................................................................................July 20 – 28, 2018 FAYETTE ..............................................................................July 28 – Aug. 4, 2018 FLOYD ...........................................................................................June 6 – 9, 2018 FOUNTAIN ................................................................................. July 13 – 19, 2018 FRANKLIN ................................................................................. July 16 – 21, 2018 FULTON ........................................................................................July 7 – 14, 2018 GIBSON ........................................................................................ July 8 – 14, 2018 GRANT ...................................................................................... June 17 – 23, 2018 GREENE .....................................................................................July 13 – 20, 2018 HAMILTON .................................................................................July 19 – 25, 2018 HANCOCK ................................................................................. June 22 – 29, 2018 HARRISON4 ............................................... June 15 – 22, 2018; June 17 – 23, 2018 HENDRICKS ...............................................................................July 15 – 21, 2018 HENRY........................................................................................July 14 – 20, 2018 HOWARD ...................................................................................... July 9 – 15, 2018 HUNTINGTON ............................................................................ July 13 – 27, 2018 JACKSON ................................................................................... July 22 – 28, 2018 JASPER.......................................................................................July 14 – 20, 2018 JAY5 .................................................................. July7 – 13, 2018;July 9 – 14, 2018 JEFFERSON .................................................................................July 9 – 14, 2018 JENNINGS ................................................................................ June 11 – 16, 2018 JOHNSON ................................................................................... July 15 – 21, 2018 KNOX ..........................................................................................July 16 – 21, 2018 KOSCIUSKO ................................................................................. July 8 – 14, 2018 LAGRANGE ................................................................................ July 14 – 21, 2018

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LAKE ....................................................................................... August 3 – 12, 2018 LAPORTE...................................................................................... July 8 – 14, 2018 LAWRENCE................................................................................ July 14 – 21, 2018 MADISON....................................................................................July 15 – 21, 2018 MARION.....................................................................................June 15 – 24, 2018 MARSHALL.................................................................................July 14 – 21, 2018 MARTIN...................................................................................... July 13 – 18, 2018 MIAMI....................................................................................... June 24 – 30, 2018 MONROE......................................................................................... 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July 21 – 27, 2018 PERRY ......................................................................................... July 9 – 16, 2018 PIKE ...........................................................................................July 22 – 28, 2018 PORTER ..................................................................................... July 19 – 28, 2018 POSEY ....................................................................................... July 15 – 21, 2018 PULASKI ............................................................................. June 30 – July 5, 2018 PUTNAM ................................................................................... July 20 – 27, 2018 RANDOLPH ................................................................................ July 21 – 26, 2018 RIPLEY ...................................................................................... July 22 – 28, 2018 RUSH......................................................................................... June 23 – 30, 2018 ST. JOSEPH ..........................................................................June 29 – July 7, 2018 SCOTT .......................................................................................... July 8 – 14, 2018 SHELBY ......................................................................................... July 2 – 7,2018 SPENCER.................................................................................. June 22 – 25, 2018 STARKE ...................................................................................... July 9 – 13, 2018 STEUBEN ................................................................................. July 20 – 26, 2018 SULLIVAN ................................................................................. July 14 – 21, 2018 SWITZERLAND ........................................................................... 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Livestock Kids... continued from page 77 Families were intermingling and having a great time who are competitors at the county, state, and national shows. Folks were even chilling with the livestock in the barn. It made me smile. That’s what it’s about. Let’s get it right for the kids: honesty, integrity, hard-work, friendship, responsibility, respect. Memories of euchre, water fights, milkshakes, scrambles, camper shenanigans, late nights in the barn, and so much more should be talked about for decades to come. If a big win is earned, cherish that well-deserved memory, too. Even though I wasn’t as committed as I should have been when I was in 4-H, I love that my son has embraced being a livestock kid. He’s had a lot of success and a great deal of failure. I just hope he remembers his show shirt this Saturday because an unexpected trip to Meijer last Saturday almost ended badly. Lastly, I’m proud to be from Miami County. I’d venture to say it has some of the toughest livestock shows in the state – in every species. Keep it strong, Miami County. Let’s get more kids involved in this great way of life. I’m grateful to be well enough to go to Adam’s shows. If you’re a fair goer, I’ll see you there.

in the ring. I’m no different. I won’t lie, it’s on my bucket list to see my son get the handshake at a big show one day. I guess because I see his passion and feel his disappointment when he’s not doing as well as he’d like. But I’m a realist. This isn’t really important. What’s important is honoring the 4-H pledge. What’s important is being honest and staying humble. What’s important is shaking your friend’s hand with heartfelt sincerity when he beats you. What’s important is helping someone out even if he is the competition. What’s important is keeping the drive to do better on a day when you thought you were the best yet lost. What’s important is thanking all of the people that help you and volunteer. What’s important is cultivating lifelong friendships. What’s important is keeping life in perspective. I’m trying to convey that to my son; it’s a work in progress. I was at a graduation party tonight that happened to have a large number of livestock families, so I was silently taking note. I noticed two guys from my generation catching up on old times that were fierce rivals back in the day. Adam was playing cards and basketball with some livestock kids that are very successful in the ring and are tough competition. I was chatting with a mom from another county who has a child that’s a top notch showman in multiple species.

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SEPTEMBER FAIRS Washington County (Marietta) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 1-4 Highland County (Hillsboro) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 1-8 Morgan County (McConnelsville) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 3-8 Belmont County (St. Clairsville) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 4-9 Hardin County (Kenton) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 4-9 Albany Independent (Athens County) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 5-9 Wayne County (Wooster) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 8-13 Williams County (Montpelier) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 8-15 Guernsey County (Old Washington) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 10-15 Hocking County (Logan) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 11-16 Wyandot County (Upper Sandusky) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 11-16 Bellville Independent (Richland County) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 12-15 Delaware County (Delaware) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 15-22 Ashland County (Ashland) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 16-22 Tuscarawas County (Dover) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 17-23 Brown County (Georgetown)- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 24-29 Barlow Independent (Washington Cty) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 27-30 Coshocton County (Coshocton) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sept 28-Oct 4 OCTOBER FAIRS Loudonville Independent (Ashland County) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Oct 2-6 Fairfield County (Lancaster) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Oct 7-13

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June 14-16................................................................................... Mountain Springs Country Fair June 17-23.................................................................................................... Mountain Area Fair June 19-23 ................................................................................... Schnecksville Community Fair June 19-24............................................................................................................Northeast Fair June 29-July 7 ........................................................................................................... Butler Fair July 1-7 .........................................................................................................Wolf’s Corners Fair July 8-14......................................................................................................Franklin County Fair July 8-14........................................................................................... Mercer County Grange Fair July 9-14 ......................................................................................................... Mason Dixon Fair July 11-21 ................................................................................................. Lycoming County Fair July 15-21..................................................................................Derry Township Agricultural Fair July 15-21.................................................................................................. Jefferson County Fair July 16-21 ........................................................................... Sewickley Township Community Fair July 17-21 ............................................................................................................ Jacktown Fair July 21-28 ......................................................................................................Lebanon Area Fair July 22-28.................................................................................................... Bedford County Fair July 22-28..................................................................................................... Clarion County Fair July 23-28..........................................................................................Kimberton Community Fair July 23-28..................................................................................... Shippensburg Community Fair July 23-28..................................................................................................................... Troy Fair July 24-28................................................................................................Plainfield Farmers Fair July 26-Aug.4 ............................................................................................... Fayette County Fair July 28-Aug.4 ................................................................................................Clinton County Fair July 29-Aug.4.............................................................................................Clearfield County Fair July 29-Aug.4..................................................................................................Fulton County Fair July 29-Aug.4..................................................................................................Potter County Fair July 30-Aug.3 ................................................................................... Morrisons Cove Dairy Show July 30-Aug.4............................................................................................... Goshen Country Fair July 30-Aug.4............................................................................ Montour-Delong Community Fair July 30-Aug.4.............................................................................................Schuylkill County Fair July 31-Aug.4.............................................................................................. South Mountain Fair Aug. 3-11 ......................................................................................................Wayne County Fair Aug. 4-11 ....................................................................................................Venango County Fair Aug. 4-12 ................................................................................................... Cumberland Ag Expo Aug. 5-11.................................................................................................... Cameron County Fair Aug. 5-11.......................................................................................................Greene County Fair Aug. 5-11................................................................................................ Huntingdon County Fair Aug. 5-11.............................................................................................. Mifflin County Youth Fair Aug. 5-11.................................................................................................................Reading Fair Aug. 5-11............................................................................................ Sykesville Ag & Youth Fair Aug. 5-11......................................................................................... Union County West End Fair Aug. 6-11........................................................................................................ Butler Farm Show Aug. 6-11.......................................................................................................Carbon County Fair Aug. 6-11..........................................................................................Cochranton Community Fair Aug. 6-11.......................................................................... Dawson Grange #419 Community Fair Aug. 6-11......................................................................................................... Tioga County Fair Aug. 7-11............................................................................................................ Elk County Fair Aug. 7-11................................................................................................ Jefferson Township Fair Aug. 7-11...................................................................................................... Warren County Fair

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Aug. 11-18......................................................................................... Washington County Ag Fair Aug. 12-18 ............................................................................. Bullskin Township Community Fair Aug. 13-18............................................................................................................... Dayton Fair Aug. 13-18............................................................................................................. Kutztown Fair Aug. 13-18.................................................................................................Lawrence County Fair Aug. 13-18 .................................................................................................. McKean County Fair Aug. 14-18............................................................................................... Blue Valley Farm Show Aug. 14-18..................................................................................... Perry County Community Fair Aug. 15-19 ............................................................................................ Middletown Grange Fair Aug. 17-25............................................................................ Centre County Grange Encampment Aug. 17-25..................................................................................................... Westmoreland Fair Aug. 18-25 .................................................................................................Crawford County Fair Aug. 18-25................................................................................................. Somerset County Fair Aug. 19-25 ........................................................................................................... West End Fair Aug. 19-25..........................................................................Williamsburg Community Farm Show Aug. 20-25 .................................................................................................... Elizabethtown Fair Aug. 20-25............................................................................................................... Harford Fair Aug. 21-25.......................................................................................................... Hookstown Fair Aug. 21-25........................................................................................Transfer Harvest Home Fair Aug. 22-25.......................................................................................Northumberland County Fair Aug. 24-Sept. 2 ............................................................................... Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fair Aug. 26-Sept. 1 ............................................................................................ Indiana County Fair Aug. 27-Sept. 1 .......................................................... Wattsburg Agricultural Society Inc./Erie C Aug. 28-Sept. 1 ......................................................................................... Big Knob Grange Fair Aug. 28-Sept. 3 .................................................................................................... Allentown Fair Aug. 29-Sept. 3.............................................................................................Sullivan County Fair Aug. 29-Sept. 3.................................................................................... The Great Stoneboro Fair Aug. 29-Sept. 3.........................................................................Wyoming County Community Fair Sept. 1-8 ...................................................................................................... Juniata County Fair Sept. 2-8......................................................................................................Cambria County Fair Sept. 2-8................................................................................................. Ox Hill Community Fair Sept. 2-8........................................................................................Spartansburg Community Fair Sept. 3-8............................................................................................ Waterford Community Fair Sept. 3-8...................................................................................................... West Alexander Fair Sept. 4-8.................................................................................................... Claysburg Farm Show Sept. 4-8........................................................................................... Jamestown Community Fair Sept. 5-9 ..................................................................................................... Luzerne County Fair Sept. 7-18 .................................................................................................................... York Fair Sept. 9-15 ............................................................................ McClure Bean Soup Festival & Fair Sept. 10-15 ........................................................................................................... Cookport Fair Sept. 11-15................................................................................................................ Albion Fair Sept. 11-15............................................................................................................... Denver Fair Sept. 11-15.....................................................................................................Sinking Valley Fair Sept. 12-15 .......................................................................Berlin Brothersvalley Community Fair Sept. 16-22............................................................................................. Beaver Community Fair Sept. 16-22..................................................................................................................Gratz Fair Sept. 17-20 .................................................................................. Hollidaysburg Community Fair Sept. 18-22 ............................................................................................... Harmony Grange Fair Sept. 19-21 ................................................................................ Southern Lancaster County Fair Sept. 20-22....................................................................................... North East Community Fair Sept. 20-22....................................................................................... Oley Valley Community Fair Sept. 22-29 ....................................................................................................... Bloomsburg Fair Sept. 25-29 .............................................................................................................Ephrata Fair Sept. 26-28 ................................................................................West Lampeter Community Fair Oct. 3-6 ..............................................................................................New Holland Farmers Fair Oct. 5-7 ..............................................................................................Unionville Community Fair Oct. 8-12 ..................................................................................Manheim Community Farm Show Oct. 15-20............................................................................................ Dillsburg Community Fair

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Mark Your with Lucas Wisnefski Our contributor for this issue is Lucas Wisnefski of Wyoming, IL. A respected junior cattle showman and breeder with a long list of show ring accomplishments, Lucas will be a junior at Oklahoma State University this fall where he will be a member of the livestock judging team. He is a graduate of Black Hawk East College where he was a leader on their judging team this past season, and his Stark/Henry County 4-H team won both the Illinois State title and the American Royal contest in 2016. Lucas won the Senior Sweepstakes Award at the 2018 AJSA North Central Region and was recently selected as the 2018 AJCA Herdsman of the Year; both awards are for combined excellence in Simmental and Chi cattle production, exhibition, marketing, and evaluation.

foundation that she brings to the table. Don’t get me wrong, 1 is undoubtedly more maternal in her body shape. She comes bolder in her fore-rib and center rib while being more correct in the set to her hock. Unfortunately, she is plainer about her head and neck, so I’ll leave the coarse shouldered one 3rd. Nevertheless, her practicality still marks the bottom 1-2. The higher performing 1 comes so much softer in her center rib and more correct in the set to her hock. Now, the all-black 2 certainly has future as she’s long bodied and square hipped. It’s just she’s the greenest bodied and more upright in her angles so the lower performing 2 is 4th.

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November 3, 2018

Muskingum County Fairgrounds • 1300 Pershing Rd., Zanesville, OH

OPEN TO THE WORLD - 2 Rings - 2 Shows Entry Fee: $45/head for 1 ring or $80/head for both rings Judges: TBA

Grand Champion Steer . . . . Res. Champion Steer. . . . . . 3rd Overall Steer . . . . . . . . . 4th Overall Steer . . . . . . . . . 5th Overall Steer . . . . . . . . . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Entry cards will be sold in Jr. Fair Office and must be purchased prior to checking in. All money is non refundable. Show committee decisions are final. Payout the top three in class: 1st place - $50, 2nd place - $30, 3rd place - $20. No bedding or cattle on grounds prior to 3pm Friday, Nov. 2. Breed classes must have five head to make a class. Breed classes and percentage classes will follow OCA requirements. No bedding will be provided - straw only. Check in time Friday 6pm-9pm and Saturday 6am-8am. Showmanship will start at 9am. Must sign up for showmanship by 8am. Show will start 30 minutes after conclusion of showmanship. Crossbred Steers and Heifers will show by weight, Breeds will show by age. Breed cattle must have original registration papers and tattoos. Steers and market heifers should all be born after January 1, 2018. Breed heifers born on or after September 1, 2017. Heifers will show first starting with breed’s followed by Steers starting with breed's followed by steers and then market heifers. Health papers are required for out of state cattle. All trailers must be parked in the infield including cattle being tied to trailers - generators are recommended. Muskingum County Cattlemen’s Association is not responsible for accident, injury, or losses. Highland Enterprises and Heritage Cooperative trailers will be on site.

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4th Annual 2018 Southern Ohio Showdown September 15 , 2018 • Adams Co. Fairgrounds

FALL STEER AND HEIFER SHOW September 16 , 2018 • Warren Co. Fairgrounds FOUNDATION FEATURE September 22 , 2018 • Scioto Co. Fairgrounds

BUCKEYE BASH September 29, 2018 • Pike Co. Fairgrounds FALL SHOW CLASSIC September 30, 2018 • Meigs Co. Fairgrounds MEIGS CO BEEF SHOW CALAWAY CLASSIC October 6, 2018 • Ross Co. Fairgrounds

ROSS CO. CLASSIC October 13, 2018 • Highland Co. Fairgrounds CATTLEMEN’S CLASSIC October 20, 2018 • Gallia Co. Fairgrounds FALL PREVIEW SHOW October 21, 2018 • Athens Co. Fairgrounds

OPEN BEEF SHOW November 3, 2018 • Muskingum Co. Fairgrounds MUSKINGUM CO. FALL CLASSIC (2 rings at Muskingum Co. - High Point Ring Only)

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Nomination Eligibility: 1. Must be a resident of Ohio to collect points. 2. Ages 21 and under as of January 1, current year 3. Nomination one-time fee of $30 per animal separate from show fees. 4. EID tag will be required at nomination (SOS will NOT provide them). 5. You must sign up for showmanship at nomination (no circuit fee for showmanship) and show your own nominated animal to obtain points Showmanship fees are set by and paid by each individual county to participants. General Rules (Subject to change at discretion of SOS Committee): 1. Points will be awarded for Market Animal (Steer or Heifer), Heifers, Beginner Showman (ages 10 and under) Junior Showman (ages 11-13), Intermediate (ages 14-16), and Senior (ages 17-21). 2. Coaching or helpers are not allowed during showmanship; if caught exhibitor will be disqualified from circuit for showmanship. 3. Southern Ohio Showdown will present awards to the top 10 points earners in each of the recognized divisions. 4. Exhibitors must follow the rules of each respective show. 5. Exhibitors must show their own animal. 6. Circuit animals must show in crossbred division if at a breed show to obtain points. 7. The maximum number of shows that will count for circuit points will be 8 shows. If an exhibitor shows all 10 shows, the top 8 show points will be included for total points. 8. Weight limits are set by and enforced by the individual counties. 9. Top two class winners will return for overall champion unless otherwise designated by the judge. 10. There is no transfer of points of animal to new owner. Prize Drawing Eligibility: 1. Exhibitors must have one nominated entry and show at 3 circuit shows to be eligible to win the random prize drawing at the last show. 2. Exhibitor must be present to win the random prizes. 3. Exhibitors are only eligible to win 1 random prize. Awards Banquet: • When: Sunday afternoon, November 4, 2018. • Time and Location: TBD • Food and drink will be provided, as well as exhibit booth by Sullivan Supply. • We will present our Top 10 winners in all categories and draw for random prizes will be awarded as well as outlined above.


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Regan McClure 4th Overall Maine Anjou Maine JR. Nationals

Maddy Udell Res. Champion Purebred Simmental Female

Karlee Griswold 4th Overall Purebred Simmental Female Simmental Jr. Nationals

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Makinzie Odell 5th Overall Owned Percentage Simmental Jr. Nationals

Chloe Van Vliet Reserve Maintainer Maine JR Nationals

Luke Harker Champion Owned Simmental Simmental JR. National

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Plan to attend the 3rd annual Camp Cost- $75.00 per participant *family rates available Madison County Fairgrounds London, Ohio *Camping is available To register visit www.ohiocattle.org

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Hands On • Showmanship • Leadership • Tailgate • Contests • Giveaways Anybody showing cattle is invited to attend!

Join in on the 2-day event for the opportunity to learn day-to-day care of your cattle project. Also, gain showmanship, clipping and fitting experience while learning about the cattle industry. Camp participants are encouraged to bring their calves along for “hands-on” experience and learning; however, it is not required for participants to bring a calf. If more than 1 participant per family attends, families can choose to bring 1 calf per kid or 1 calf per family. We will dive into cattle care, leadership, and also have a little fun with a Buckeye tailgate on Saturday! Bring the entire family! Breakout sessions will be offered specially tailored to age-specific groups. Meals will be provided.

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Largest Maine-Anjou sale in the East!

Ohio Beef Expo

Proud to support our youth and our breed! Take the Maine step and become a member of the most progressive breed!

March 15-17, 2019

Congratulations to all exhibitors at Junior Nationals!

Tom Wilcox, President (419) 675-2227 Joyce McKee, Sec./Treas. (937) 437-4653 Candace Muir, Jr. Advisor (419) 604-9832

JIM BESSLER jim@JamesFBessler.com Office: 630.945.3483  •  Cell: 815.762.2641  •  Fax: 630.945.3584 518 Brownstone Dr. • St. Charles, IL 60174-2807

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2017 Indiana State Fair CHAMPION LIMOUSIN HEIFER Congratulations Harvey Family!

2017 Indiana State Fair CHAMPION CHAROLAIS HEIFER Congratulations Reiboldt Family!

2015 Indiana State Fair CHAMPION SIMMENTAL HEIFER 2016 National Western RESERVE CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Offering the first progeny from this powerful winner this fall!

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ML Wonder Woman 613Z Her Fu Man Chu bull calf SELLS OCTOBER 7!

A cool full brother to this favorite SELLS OCTOBER 7!

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National Junior Heifer Shows MAINE/CHI - JUNE 17-24, 2018 - GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

GRAND CHAMPION CHIANINA FEMALE SHOWN BY SARA SULLIVAN, IA

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION CHIANINA FEMALE SHOWN BY MACIE MCCOLLUM, TX

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National Junior Heifer Shows MAINE/CHI - JUNE 17-24, 2018 - GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE SHOWN BY BECCA MOORE, OK

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU FEMALE SHOWN BY HUNTER MORTON, OK

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At the HERB Angus Sales Center and online at herbangus.com

Selling 25 Females

Angus Heifer Calves, Bred Heifers, and Cows This is our most impressive set of calves yet!

Congratulations Carly Sanders, OH! Champion Angus Steer 2018 Ohio's BEST and Ohio Expo Purchased sight-unseen in our 2017 sale!

Charlo 45C

Top-seller of our 2017 bull sale First calves look great His service will be featured along with several maternal sisters!

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National Junior Heifer Shows MAINE/CHI - JUNE 17-24, 2018 - GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANGUS FEMALE SHOWN BY SARA SULLIVAN, IA

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MAINE-ANGUS FEMALE SHOWN BY MARTINA ALBRECHT, SD

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National Junior Heifer Shows MAINE/CHI - JUNE 17-24, 2018 - GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE SHOWN BY RHYLEE RODGERS, IA

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION MAINETAINER FEMALE SHOWN BY CHLOE VANVLIET, IA

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PAT & CARLOS WOLFE

3720 W Washington-Concord Rd. Covington, OH 45318 Call or text Pat at 937-546-4511 or email: oklahomastate36@gmail.com

THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR! We sell high-quality registered stock at prices you can afford!

COW/CALF PAIRS FOR SALE SPRING HEIFERS FOR SALE First Come - First Served 2018 calves sired by Rumor Mill, Irish Whiskey, The Beast, Soo Line Motive, and Fu Man Chu Cows for sale bred to STUD HORSE.

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SHOW STEERS FOR SALE BY THESE SIRES:

MONOPOLY - HERE I AM MAN 2 MAN - I BELIEVE GETCHA SOME Priced to Sell On the Farm!

GRAND CHAMPION Kansas Classic 2018 4TH OVERALL PROSPECT National Western 2018 Multiple champion for Charlie Hudgins WE HAVE 2 FULL BROTHERS FOR SALE!

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$4,000 G old Winner Mike Estock

Beloit, Ohio rsity The Ohio State Unive Medicine College of Veterinary

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CONGRATULATIONS to these winners for their scholastic and extracurricular excellence. The 605/806 Memorial Fund is proud to assist these future agricultural leaders as they pursue their dreams.

$2,000 Silver Winner

$1,000 Bronze Winner

New Braunfels, Texas Western Texas College

Harveyville, Kansas Kansas State University

Cade Waldrip

Brooke Falk

THANK YOU to our many donors in 2018. Special thanks to Cory Marsh Family, TX, for the purchase of Lot 605 in the 2018 Donors Unlimited Share the Future Sale. Learn more at www.donorsunlimited.com or call the fund administrators at 877.800.9230. Brought to you by the parters at DONORS UNLIMITED and the families of BRENT BEITLESPACHER, LOGAN RAU, and NICK REIMANN.

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ENTRY DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2019 Entries are limited! Get your best cattle entered now. Sponsored by the Ohio Maine-Anjou Assn. Open to Registered Maine-Anjou/MaineTainer Bulls, Open Heifers, and Bred Females

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2018 FALL OPEN HOUSE ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND Visit www.turnershorthorns.com for details.

Selling steer & heifer calves privately-over 50 from which to choose Sired by Starburst, Star Power, Joe Davinci, Cavalier, Proud Jazz, Double Vision, Bearcat, I-80 and others. Most calves eligible for Best of Buckeye | Visitors welcome anytime

11075 SR 757 - Somerset, Ohio 43783 (30 miles east of Columbus, just off I-70) www.turnershorthorns.com Tom and Susie Turner: 614.499.5248 Stock Manager: W.F. Trooper Building Better Seed Stock Since 1948.

HERD SIRES - REPLACEMENTS - SHOW PROSPECTS - FROZEN GENETICS

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Select show and breeding cattle available at all times

Watch for a big and beautiful set of breds selling Dec 28 in Zanesville, OH 117


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Precious 240B "Kitty" One of the most dominant heifers of 2016 - Owned with Clare Trennepohl, IN She sells this fall along with a great set of calves!

NOW ACCEPTING NEW BOOKINGS Call 618.838.4078 for details

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See the cattle in the Louisville stalls and bid online at prospectcattle.com

NOVEMBER 17 - ON THE FARM

High Society Sale

THE 2018


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Order of Love D31U Executive Order x HILB Crazy N Love A475S $29,000 top seller of the 2018 Hilbrands Sale Watch for more from her this fall!

Dave Fairley – Owner Chad Fairley – Manager 937.205.5242 Andy Roberts – Show Cattle 937.763.2222 Joey Young – Herd Consultant 618.838.4078

Rita 47W by Traveler 6807 Proven, elite maternal and consistency - Watch for embryo matings

Surely Shocking X238 Shocking Dream x No Joke An elite offering is coming from her!

Stop In Anytime to See the Calves - Let's Start Your Next Champion!


CALENDAR OF EVENTS DATE

EVENT

LOCATION

TYPE

PAGE

AUGUST 21

Steak & Eggs

online

C

40

25-26

Highland County Circle Sale

online

C

39

SEPTEMBER 1

Early Bird Sale

Eaton, OH

C

7

1-3

Turner Shorthorns Fall Open House

Somerset, OH

C

115

3

Williams & Parker Club Calf Sale

online

C

27

9

Schaeffer/Tice Private Treaty Sale

Hagerstown, IN

C

BF

9

Goettemoeller Show Calf Sale

Winchester, IN

C

2, 3, 4, 5

10

Crystal Creek Farm Online Sale #1

online

C

134, 135

10

Soehnlen Online Club Calf Sale

Navarre, OH

C

127

12

Kopp Land & Livestock Club Calf Sale

online

C

91

15

Fall Steer & Heifer Show

Manchester, OH

C

96, 97

15-16

Vollborn, Call & Simmons Open House & Sale

Bidwell, OH

C

121

16

Foundation Feature

Lebanon, OH

C

96, 97

17

Hoobler Show Cattle Annual Online Sale

online

C

73

18

Garwood Cattle Co Online Sale

online

C

136, 137

22-23

Ohio Feeder Calf Roundup

Columbus, OH

C

42

22

Buckeye Bash

Lucasville, OH

C

96, 97

25

Best of the Buckeye – Round 1

online

C

29

25

Agle Family Show Cattle Steer Sale

online

C

32

26

Brock Welshans Fall Year End Sale

online

C

10, 11

26

Donors Unlimited – Share the Harvest

Hereford, TX

C

84, 85

29

FSC Rare Vintage Sale

Jefferson, OH

C

138, 139

29

Fall Show Classic

Piketon, OH

C

96, 97

30

Meigs Co Beef Show – Calaway Classic

Pomeroy, OH

C

96, 97

134, 135

OCTOBER 1

Crystal Creek Farm Online Sale #2

online

C

3

Pettigrew Farms Home Grown Hotties Sale

Columbia City, IN

C

55

6

Ross Co Classic

Chillicothe, OH

C

96, 97

6

Cattle Fest 2018

Hudson, MI

C

124, 125

7

Kastel & Friends Sale

Hudson, MI

C

124, 125

7

Corn Husker Classic

Upper Sandusky, OH C

7

Blue & Gold Club Calf Sale

Moundsville, WV

C

9

Agle Family Show Cattle Heifer Sale

online

C

32

9

Coleman Female Production Sale

Charlo, MT

C

22, 23

10

Brock Welshans Fall Year End Sale

online

C

10, 11

120

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FRENCH SILK 109Y / PB SIMMENTAL The full sister to WAGR Dream Catcher

AZALEA 1X / PB SIMMENTAL Trademark x Charisma x Legacy Ask us about embryos by Night Watch!

BLAZE 3A/ PB SIMMENTAL The full sister to Loaded Up

Purebred Charolais Heifers like this Vollborn heifer will sell Sept 16!

Luke: 740-441-5740

Matt Atha: 740-645-4301 121

Barry: 740-645-1660


CALENDAR OF EVENTS DATE

EVENT

LOCATION

TYPE

PAGE

OCTOBER 10

Bellar Bulls & Babes

Wisner, NE

C

56

13

Cattlemen’s Classic

Hillsboro, OH

C

96, 97

16

Sires Unlimited

Hereford, TX

C

17

20

Black Swamp Preview Show

Bowling Green, OH C

26

20

Fall Preview Show

Gallipolis, OH

C

20

Autumn at the Crossroads

Danville, IN

C

33

21

Open Beef Show

Athens, OH

C

96, 97

21

Nowatzke Cattle Co Inaugural Genetic Showcase Michigan City, IN

C

44

21

The Farmer’s Daughters Sale

Pemberville, OH

C

59

23

Best of the Buckeye – Round 2

online

C

29

27

Lucas Family Cattle Complete Dispersal

Newark, OH

C

132, 133

10, 11

96, 97

NOVEMBER 1

Brock Welshans Fall Year End Sale

online

C

3

Muskingum County Fall Classic

Zanesville, OH

C

95

4

A League of Their Own

Hagerstown, IN

C

130, 131

13

HERB Angus Female Sale

Pierce, NE

C

106

17

Prospect Cattle High Society Sale

Hillsboro, OH

C

118, 119

23-24

Hoosier Classic

New Castle, IN

C

71

24

Trennepohl Farms Right By Design

Middletown, IN

C

8, 9

25

Martin Livestock Dream Girls

Bargersville, IN

C

62, 63

27

Brock Welshans Fall Year End Sale

online

C

10, 11

46, 47

DECEMBER 8

The Program

Wyoming, IL

C

8-9

AGR Holiday Classic

Columbus, OH

C

24

28

Holiday Classic

Zanesville, OH

C

18, 19

29

The Winner’s Circle Sale

New Paris, OH

C

123

Springfield, OH

C

48

C

114

JANUARY 5-6

Midwest Showdown

31

Ohio Maine-Anjou Sale Entry Deadline

MARCH 15

Frozen Gold

Columbus, OH

C

52

15-17

Ohio Beef Expo

Columbus, OH

C

101

16

Ohio Maine-Anjou Sale

Columbus, OH

C

114

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Macie McCollum's 2018 AJCA Junior National Reserve Grand Champion Female Produced from the Lot 25 female in our 7th sale that sold to Jim Woodruff Family, Vincent, OH

Join Us for Our 11th

We Sell Bred Cows, Bred Heifers, Bulls, and Genetic Packages that Create Success

Saturday, December 29 At Green Oak Farms near New Paris, Ohio

Request your catalog now from any of the partners or at www.primetime.marketing 1.877.800.9230

SELLING 90 BREEDING CATTLE FROM OUR WINNING PROGRAMS Gale Long, Owner 5945 Orangeburg Rd. New Paris, OH Dillon Durham, Manager: 765/546-0395

Tim, Emily, & Braylen Schaeffer and Tracy Schaeffer CHAEFFER Paul Hagerstown, IN 765/541-0738

S Show Cattle

Goettemoeller SHOW CATTLE

Brian, Dru, & Spencer Goettemoeller Winchester, IN 937/459-0209 Kyle Garringer, Herdsman

Justin, Jamie and Bailey Garwood Noah Skrinjar, 330/692-1542 2538 Middleton Rd. - Columbiana, OH 123


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Josh & Michelle Kastel 13591 Packard Rd Hudson, MI 49247 419-344-3476, Josh 419-344-0737, Michelle

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 605/806 Memorial Scholarship . . . . 112

Heritage Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110

A League of Their Own . . . . . . . . . 130, 131

Highland County Circle Sale . . . . . . . . . 39

Adams Family Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . 29

Highland Livestock Supply . . . . . . . . . . 67

ADM Alliance Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Hill Farms Club Calves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Agle Family Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Holiday Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, 19

AGR Holiday Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Hoobler Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Barnes Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Hoosier Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Bellar Cattle Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Hunter Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Black Swamp Preview Show . . . . . . . . . 26

James Bessler Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . .101

Bodey Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Johnson Cattle Company . . . . . . . . . . . 102

Boysel Brand Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

Kalmbach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BC, IBC

Brock Welshans Show Cattle . . . . . . 10, 11

Kastel Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124, 125

Burt Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

Kopp Land & Livestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91

Caplinger/Rowe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Lucas Family Club Calves . . . . . . . 132, 133

Cattle Visions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14, 15

Lucey Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103

Coleman Angus Ranch . . . . . . . . . . . 22, 23

Martin Livestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62, 63

Cornhusker Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

McCauley Family Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . 107

Corry Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

McCray Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Crystal Creek Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134, 135

MH Eby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Donor Solutions, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Midwest Showdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Donors Unlimited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84, 85

Muskingum Co Fall Classic . . . . . . . . . . . 95

Doub Charolais & Show Cattle . . . . . . . 33

Nowatzke Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Early Bird Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

Ohio Feeder Calf Roundup . . . . . . . . . . 42

Ferguson Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . 138, 139

Olive Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

Focus Marketing Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Ohio Maine Anjou Association . . . . . . .101

Frey’s Show Pen Gates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Ohio Maine Anjou Association Sale . . 114

Frozen Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Orchard View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Gabriel Wagyu Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Ott Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Gainer Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Parks Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129

Garwood Cattle Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136, 137

Pettigrew Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Goettemoeller Show Cattle . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5

Prime Time AgriMarketing Network . . .72

Goff Genetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Prospect Cattle Company . . . . . . . 118, 119

Granny Creek Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81

Pugh Central Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Green Oak Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC, FF

R&L Cattle Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

HERB Angus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106

Ron Kreis, Auctioneer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 126

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NAVARRE, OHIO - JUST OFF I-77 Stan’s cell: 330.312.1147 Clare: 330.312.1467•Lori: 330.323.2112

SOEHNLENCATTLE.COM

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS Schaeffer/Tice Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . BF

The Farmer Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Select Sires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

The Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 47

Sharp Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

The Showbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Shegog Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

The Wendt Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

ShowRITE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 99

Tolle Show Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117

Sires Unlimited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Trennepohl Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 9

Sleepy Hollow Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Turner Shorthorns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115

Smart Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31, 68, 69

Valley Hill Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

Soehnlen Cattle Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127

Vollborn Cattle Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121

Southern Ohio Showdown . . . . . . .96, 97

Weaver Leather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

Sullivan Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 140

Williams & Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27

Steak & Eggs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Winners Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123

The Cattle Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

The Man Who Doesn’t Advertise Is Like The Man Who Winks In The Dark... He Knows What He Is Doing, But Nobody Else Does. CONTACT US TO DISCUSS YOUR PROMOTION OPTIONS! 877.800.9230 • WWW.PRIMETIME.MARKETING

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2018 Thumb Jackpot

2018 Maine-Anjou Junior National

SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL

4TH OVERALL MAINE-ANGUS

Shown by Riley Green Raised here and sold in our 2017 Early Fall Sale

Shown by Adelyda Ebersole Raised here and sold in our 2017 Early Fall Sale

2017 Michigan Winter Classic

2018 Michigan Beef Showcase

Shown by Ellie Mitchell Raised here and sold in our 2017 Early Fall Sale

Shown by Josie Kane Raised here and sold in our 2017 Late Fall Sale

3RD OVERALL HEIFER

3RD OVERALL STEER

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NEW LOCATION

Selling 50 Heifer Calves from World-Class Cow Families Spring Heifer Calves in Multiple Breeds - Excellence Abounds

SCHAEFFER SHOW CATTLE Hagerstown, IN 765.541.0738

Reserve your catalog now at www.primetime.marketing or by calling 1.877.800.9230 130


Clint Main and Lot 37 from 2017 2018 AJSA National Classic Third Overall Purebred 6x Champion or Reserve Simmental

Katie Mize and Lot 32 in 2016 20x Champion Sim-Solution / 10x Top 5 Overall Supreme Female Cass Co (IN) Jackpot

Stetson Bennett and Lot 2 from 2016 Grand Champion Jr. Char-Composite 2017 NWSS

William Dowd and Lot 43 from 2016 Res. Grand Champion Chiangus 2016 NAILE

Shelby Griffith and Lot 23 from 2016 7x Champion Charolais / 3rd Overall Small Town Throwdown Reserve Grand Female Catamount Showdown

Addie Walther and Lot 21 from 2016 Champion Maine 2016 Hoosier Beef Congress Multiple breed championships

Abbie Collins and Lot 1 from 2016 Supreme Champion Ring A 2016 Ohio AGR Multiple breed championships

Brad Johnson and Lot 6 from 2016 Champion Chi 2017 Cass Co (IN) Jackpot Res. Champion Commercial 2017 Purdue AGR

Bailey Garwood and Lot 3 from 2016 Grand Overall 2017 Holmes Co. Preview Several Top 5 selections

Mattie Drew Doerstler and Lot 39 from 2017 Reserve Champion Commercial 2017 Hoosier Congress

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October 27

at Claylick Run Farms near Newark, OH Selling 90 Bred Cows & Heifers 5 Bulls - Semen and Embryo Inventories Nothing Held Back or Sold Before Everything Sells! A Great Lineup of Proven Producers from One of Ohio's Best Herds!

Reserve Champion Overall Heifer Southern Ohio Showdown 5x Jackpot Champion She sells along with her yearling son by Daddy's Money

Our $50,500 top seller of 2016 to Matt Lautner Cattle, IA His powerful dam sells along with several full and half sisters

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Reserve Champion Steer Guernsey Co / 3rd Overall Athens Co His dam sells, two sisters sell, his 2YO brother by Monopoly sells

4x Jackpot Champion Heifer / 3rd Overall Southern Ohio Showdown Her dam sells with a strong heifer calf by Daddy's Money

Multiple jackpot winner in Michigan bred by us She sells bred to Daddy's Money Her dam also sells

Joe Lucas and Family - State Route 550 - Amesville, Ohio Joe: 740.448.4284 or 740.541.0948 | Jake Bush: 740.541.1526 | Matt Day: 740.701.4661 Reserve your FREE auction catalog at primetime.marketing or call the event managers at 1.877.800.9230 133


Champions Producing

Cham pions

BRILLIANCE x I-67 FU MAN CHU x X x EMERALD LADY 138M

Please join us as we offer our ver y best

Septem ber#110

steers and heifers for sale online.

October 1

ONLINE SALE

ONLINE SALE #2

MAN AMONG BOYS x HARD WHISKEY

MATERNAL MADE x MONOPOLY 134


MONOPOLY x HARD WHISKEY

M&M OUTSIDER x CHARLIE

QUALITY COUNTS x CHARLIE

STYLE x STRIKER

MONOPOLY x X Chris, Judy, Jordan & Janel Gilbert 8399 St. Rt. 118, Greenville, OH 45331 Located just 25 minutes North of I-70 Jordan Gilbert: (937)459-9515 Janel Gilbert: (937)467-3958 WWW.CRYSTALCREEKCATTLEFARM.COM

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40 Bred Heifers Sell! Service Sires: Bankroll, Imprint, Anchor, Executive Order

Learn more at fergusonshowcattle.com John Ferguson Chardon & Jefferson, OH 440.478.0782 Lindsey Ferguson, Herdsman: 440.478.0503 john@fergusonshowcattle.com

Request your reference catalog from the auction managers at primetime.marketing or call 877.800.9230 138


Broker daughter She sells!

Loaded Up daughter She sells!

Pays to Believe daughter She sells!

2017 Ohio State Fair Premier Breeder and Exhibitor

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- Congrats Macie McCollum - 2018 National Junior Chianina Show

- Congrats Sara Sullivan - 2018 National Junior Chianina Show

Supreme Female, KILE Supreme Female, Kentucky Beef Expo Supreme Female, Hoosier Beef Congress Supreme Female, Heart-of-It-All, Ring B

Supreme Female, Kansas Beef Expo Reserve Supreme Female, Heart-of-It-All Reserve Supreme Female, Purdue AGR

Champion Charolais Female, Fort Worth

5th Overall Female, Iowa Beef Expo

Champion Chianina Female, Louisville

Reserve Grand SimSolution Female, Louisville Calf Champion SimSolution Female, Denver

Calf Champion SimSolution Female, Fort Worth Champion Chianina Female, Fort Worth

Grand Champion MaineTainer, Fort Worth Reserve Grand Champion Steer, VCCP

3rd Overall Female, Heart-Of-It-All

4th Overall Female, Illinois Beef Expo

Style x Who’s Your Lady

5th Overall Female, Ohio Beef Expo

3rd Overall Female, Kentucky Beef Expo

Supreme Female Kansas Classic, Ring A & B

Reserve Supreme Champion Female, Gibson County Supreme Champion Female, War at Warren

Supreme Female Blackout Jackpot, Ring A & B

09.09.2018 PRIVATE TREATY SALE

Tim, Emily, Braylen & Colyer Schaeffer, 765.541.0738 14622 Crull Rd, Hagerstown, IN 47346 • Paul & Tracy Schaeffer

Nate Tice, 717.926.0874 • www.schaeffersimmentals.com Our customer service goes from START to FINISH!!


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