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w o h S l Pen Bul orm Entry F Check In: Friday December 12th, 5 p.m. - Show: Saturday, December 8th, 4:00 p.m. Bulls will be released Saturday, December 13th following the show. Show is open to all registered bulls born in 2007 or 2008. Bulls will be shown by breed and age. All bulls must be owned and exhibited by same owner or ranch. Bulls will be weighed at time of check in. Performance data must be provided at time of check in. Copy of registration must accompany entry of all bulls. Out of state bulls must be accompanied by a certificate of health. A total of four bulls may be entered - Three will show with an alternate. Cattle will be stalled in the Prairie Pavilion on the Kansas State Fairgrounds Bedding will be provided, NO STRAW is allowed in the barn. Straw may be used for tie outs only Stalling assignments are made prior to arrival, please indicate any stalling preferences on entry form Entry fee is $50 per pen. This fee includes stall fees. Bulls will be judged by a panel of three judges. Judges will be provided with performance data. Bulls must be halter broke but will show both loose and on the halter. Entries are due by November 15th, 2008. Late entries will be accepted until show time with an additional $20 per pen entry fee. Entries may be mailed to Kansas Beef Exposition - 1318 MacArthur Rd. - Hays, KS 67601

Ranch Name _____________________________________________________________________________________ Address _______________________________________City ________________________St ______Zip ___________ Phone _______________________________________Alt Phone ___________________________________________ E-Mail ______________________________________Web Site _____________________________________________ Breed ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Bull 1 Reg. Number ___________________________________BD ____________________Tatoo ________________ Bull 2 Reg. Number ___________________________________BD ____________________Tatoo ________________ Bull 3 Reg. Number ___________________________________BD ____________________Tatoo ________________ Bull 4 Reg. Number ___________________________________BD ____________________Tatoo ________________ Entries may be mailed to Kansas Beef Exposition - 1318 MacArthur Rd. - Hays, KS 67601


w o h S e d Tra n o i t a v r e s Re Trade Show Check In: Friday December 12th, 6 p.m. Booths may be released Sunday, December 14th following the show. Show is open to all commercial and private businesses. The trade show will be held in a climate controlled, well lit building that also houses the auction ring, show ring, and cattle ties. Outdoor display space in available. Booth spaces are approx. 10’ x 10’ Multiple spaces may be reserved at a discounted price. All spaces include (1) folding table and (2) chairs Electricity will be provided to each booth. Every attempt will be made to provide wireless internet - this amenity will not be guaranteed. Entries are due by November 1st, 2008. Late entries will be accepted but will not be ensured prime traffic space. Booth selections will be honored based on postmark of the application, special needs and compatibility with other exhibitors. Cost Exhibit space purchased before November 1, 2008 - $150.00 for first space, $75.00 for each additional space. Exhibit space purchased after November 1, 2008 - $175.00 for first space, $100.00 for additional spaces. Entries may be mailed to Kansas Beef Exposition - 1318 MacArthur Rd. - Hays, KS 67601

Trade Show Agreement Please Reserve______Booth Spaces Enclosed is a check for $___________made payable to Kansas Beef Expo List power needed for over 120V________________________________ Name of Company______________________________________________________________________________ Complete Address______________________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip _________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone (1) _________________________________Telephone (2) ____________________________________ E-Mail _______________________________________Web Site _________________________________________ Brief Description of Company to be put on the online trade show _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Person ___________________________________________________________________________________ Please Return To:

Kansas Beef Exposition 1318 MacArthur Rd. Hays, KS 67601


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Saturday, December 13th - 5:30 p.m. Kansas State Fairgrounds Prairie Pavilion Kansas Beef Exposition Phone - 620-669-3806 Kansas Beef Exposition Fax - 620-669-3808

Todd & Janel Harman 620-585-2278

Craig Heinen 785-545-5618

Kansas Shorthorn Association

5-S Shorthorns

Bill & Mallory Saathoff, Naponee, NE (308) 269-2602

Auctioneer

Bar JS Shorthorns J.C. Scritchfield Ellsworth, KS (785) 472-4168

Loving Polled Shorthorns Marty & Scott Loving Pawnee Rock, KS (620) 982-4430 or (620) 982-4393

Roux Shorthorns

Norman & Dwayne Roux, Moundridge, KS (620) 345-6488

Sodhouse Cattle Co.

Triple H Ranch

Craig & Billie Hoyt & Dan Dewey Brewster, KS (785) 694-2464

Howard & Elizabeth Hemphill Baldwin City, KS (785) 594-3356

Quinton Huncovsky 785-259-4122

Kansas Beef Exposition

Davis Farms

Mark, Teri, & Matt Davis Manhattan, KS (785) 313-3993 or (785) 313-3599

M Bar Shorthorns

Troy & Sommer Smith, Walton, KS (620) 837-3118

Stepping Stone Ranch Shirley Pearson & Ron Busse Edson, KS (785) 694-2802

TJ Land & Cattle Co. Todd & Janell Harman Inman, KS (620) 585-2278


Ash Valley Jasmine 8513

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x4143763 - 2/15/08 - RWM Purebred Heifer BW: 68# - Adj. 205: 602#

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Ash Valley Double Duty 32 Ash Valley Duty 5323 Ash Valley Miss Star 3523 Ash Valley Double Duty 32 Ash Valley Jasmine 6194 Slacks Jasmine

EPDs: BW: -2.8, WW: +11, YW: +19, Milk: +3

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Never have we afforded an opportunity such as this, a top heifer calf of the ‘08 calf crop. This heifer exemplifies what our program is all about, phenotype with genetic consistency. A 68 lb. calf out of a first calf heifer, weaning better than 50% of her body weight, and sired by the highest scanning REA bull we’ve produced. Breed her how you like; show ring, commercial? It won’t be wrong. Selling full interest and full possession. We would like to retain the right to one flush at the seller’s expense and the buyer’s convenience. 50% of the proceeds to be donated to Kansas Shorthorn Assn.

Donated by

Loving Polled Shorthorns

R Luc Blossom

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x4143618 - 2/19/08 - Roan Purebred Heifer BW: 96#

R Pistol R Lucky Guy R TD Miss Lincoln K-Kim Trendline 14L R Tinkerbell R Miss September

EPDs: BW: +0.1, WW: +13.5, YW: +23.3, Milk: +3.8 Blossom is a mid-February calf straight from the heart of the Roux Shorthorns herd. If you’re looking for a heifer with the ability to turn some heads in the show ring and then convert into a top producing cow, take a second look at her. CHV.

Roux Shorthorns


DFRS Dutchess’s DD 18

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x4141838 - 2/25/08 - RWM Purebred Heifer

K-Kim Revamp DF Hunter’s Buckshot 16 TM Kilmilhill 64P TJ’s Otis 102 Bar JS O Dutchess 0548 Bar JS RC Duchess 0226

DFRS Dutchess’s DD is an extremely deep, long-bodied feminine show heifer prospect. She is sired by DF Hunter’s Buckshot, out of our BarJS O Dutchess cow. We were hoping to start showing her this fall, but our son’s schooling wouldn’t allow the time away.

Davis Farms

Waukaru Gold Mine 2109

This sweet little heifer has all the right pieces to make a nice show heifer and will be a great cow. Her mother is one of Sommer’s favorite cows and we have all the females out of her grand dam. We hate to see her go, she has great, accurate numbers, and performance to back it up. This is the only replacement heifer we are selling.

Waukaru E148 Lilly 3157

EPDs: BW: +0.8, WW: +26, YW: +39, Milk: +1

M Bar Gwendoline 817U x4143814 - 3/23/08 - RWM - PB Heifer BW: 94#

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EPDs: BW: +2.3, WW: +23, YW: +35, Milk: 0

S H O R T H O Waukaru Gold Mine 6049

RK Shark 106

M Bar Shorthorns

M Bar Gwendoline 506 RK Gwendoline 110

HA Clara 457 IM x4139686 - 5/11/08 - White Purebred Heifer - BW: 78#

Elbee Leader 017K HA Clara SM 924 ELB 457

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HA Golden Clara 526 SM EPDs: BW: +0.9, WW: +5, YW: +7, Milk: +4

5-S Shorthorns

We purchased this heifer alongside her mother at the recent dispersal of the Kenneth Paul Gibler herd. She is a calf that is in a younger class that few people have. This was the first calf for her dam and she really performed. CHV. TH test results available sale day.


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x4122479 - 3/19/07 - Roan PB Bred Heifer - BW: 68#

HHH Laredo HHH Red Man HHH Julie LJ GCC Red Baron 363

Crany is a good honest type of heifer. What you see is what you get. She is sired by HHH Red Man and his influence is all over her. HHH Red Man is a modest framed bull, but he possesses an extra dimension of thickness from front to back. Her dam is a descendent of JF-BGS Cujo’s Rosie 9334 whose genetic influence has been woven throughout our herd. Crany is bred to HHH Petras Iceman, *x41122478, an exciting young bull with adequate frame and muscle, but a world of style and balance. The mating will produce one of his first calves and it should be a good one! This young heifer will be an excellent producer in your herd.

HHH Miss Crany

Triple H Ranch

HHH Cranberry Rose EPDs: BW: +1.2, WW: +12, YW: +22, Milk: +2

Bar JS R Lass 0781 x4126289 - 3/18/07 - R/W PB Bred Heifer - BW 80#

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TJ’s Otis 102 Bar JS O Riley 0550 Bar JS Contess 9528 K-Kim Cabela 09M Bar JS C Lass 0444 Bar JS K Lass 9662

EPDs: BW: -0.9, WW: 0.0, YW: +6, Milk: +2 Bred to Bar JS Red Cloud 0780 ET for a Spring 2009 calf. There’s a lot of popular words to describe her, but they’re all true…moderate framed, easy fleshing, structurally correct, strong topped, and good disposition all come to mind. Her mating to a son of the popular GFS Red Cloud 7026 should be exciting. She’ll work in most anyone’s program.

TJ’s Dutchess 226S x4126450 - 10/21/2006 - Red PB Pair - BW 72#

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Bar JS Shorthorns

MTU Cujo 301 MF Blueprint 833 MF Marigold PD 091 Sutherland Titleist 269

TJ’s Dutchess 093 TJ’s Print 4 Success 131 EPDs: BW: -0.8, WW: +20, YW: +44, Milk: +9

TJ Land & Cattle Co.

Dam of Lot 8 A carbon copy of her dam in the picture, this solid red, polled, appendix free, moderate framed cow is backed by great EPDs. She is a doublebred Blueprint daughter with other noteables in her pedigree like Sutherland Titleist 269. Her calf by TJ’s 434 Cabela 066s, due 11/13/08, could be something special. His calves to date have been thick topped and loaded with muscle. TH Free by pedigree.


EPDs: BW: +2.4, WW: +8, YW: +15, Milk: +3

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BR Windstar HHH Irish Star JF BGS Irish Lass S414 Pa Do Boxer 455

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JF-BGS Cujo’s Rosie 9334

Bull Calf

*4068913 - 9/6/08 - Red PB Bull - BW: 102#

This calf already exhibits performance that will catch your attention. The calf’s sire is a modest framed bull, but he possesses an extra dimension of thickness from front to back. If you like them red and polled, don’t let his one small white spot turn you away.

Sire: HHH Red Man

TJs Cloud Dreamer x4037688 - 11/14/00 - Red PB Bred Heifer - BW 108#

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*4068913 - 3/16/03 - Roan PB Bred Heifer - BW: 102#

HHH Boxer Rosa

Triple H Ranch

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Rosa Lee’s pedigree is packed with muscle and performance. She is sired by HHH Irish Star who set himself apart from his herd mates in performance and extra muscle in the rear quarters. Rosa Lee’s dam is HHH Boxer Rosa who is probably the best of our flush mates from our old Rosie cow. Rosa Lee has the good maternal traits that we strive to produce, the ability to deliver a good sized calf and enough milk to grow it to it’s potential. Breeding information will be available at sale time.

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HFS HL Red Baron JG Red Cloud JG 301 First Lady TU156 Deerpark Improver 57 MF Cool Dreams 568 AF Dream Lady 1305

EPDs: BW: +3.2, WW: +14, YW: +21, Milk: 0 Bred to TJ’s 434 Cabela 066S for a spring 2009 calf. More detailed due date available at sale time. This cow was the very first ET calf ever born at our place. She really should be in someone’s donor program with a pedigree that includes some of the greats including Red Cloud, Improver 57, 3W Payoff, and the Margie cow family from Alden’s. She always raises one of the heaviest calves and stands on a frame that will keep her traveling for many years. Solid red, polled, appendix free and tested TH free.

TJ Land & Cattle Co.


5S Filmore *4134260 - 1/29/07 - Red PB Bull - BW 85#

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RB Eagle 148th RB Eagle 255th RB Ruby 179th STZ Mufasa STZ Bianca STZ Iris 517

EPDs: : BW: +1.6, WW: +18, YW: +26, Milk: +6 Horned. This bull is out of a cow that never misses with an early AI calf sired by RB Eagle 255th, one of the heaviest muscled bulls of the popular Rocker Brothers genetics. 5S Filmore is just shy of two years old and ready to service a large number of cows. Tested for Trich and TH test results available sale day.

5-S Shorthorns 5S Fitz *x4137200 - 9/23/07 - Red PB Bull - BW 86#

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Deerhorn Medicine Man 826 D&D Medicine Man 8184 D&D Rosa 818-6 ToJo Solar 803 NB Opal 2nd NB Opal

EPDs: BW: +1.3, WW: +9, YW: +19, Milk: +3 This fall yearling bull traces back to the Deerhorn Medicine Man bull that was used heavily in the D&D and Dean Fieser herds. He’s solid red, polled, and smooth made. Tested for Trich and TH test results available sale day.

5-S Shorthorns

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Mel-Bar Rodeo Drive 345 Byland Legacy 5RD15 Byland Velvet D25

JR Legacy 23G *x4000070 - 3/14/97 - Red

Semen

LCS Bel Air 915 MR Lovemore 351 MR Lovemore 390

EPDs: BW –2.0, WW +20, YW +30, Milk –3

Polled— Offering 10 units of semen. Legacy 23G has sired a lot of great cattle in his career and has done some great things in the Loving Polled Shorthorns herd here in Kansas. Check out his EPD’s. Low birth weights combined with more than adequate growth numbers. That can be a hard package to find while maintaining great structure and longevity.

Bar JS Shorthorns


Bar JS Steer Tattoo 0843 Tattoo 0843 - 3/21/08 - Roan

PUREBRED STEER

Bar JS Duch 0020 Bar JS D Countess 0425 Bar JS Countess9884

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Here’s one of the first calves to sell sired by 80C’s Gus, who is a flushmate to the Grand Champion Bull at the Kansas State Fair that was exhibited by Fischer Cattle Co. This roan calf is extra thick with a lot of guts. He moves freely on a structurally correct frame. He should put you in the winner’s circle.

Bar JS Shorthorns

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Sodhouse Mr Man 49 Sodhouse Little Man 342 KS Queen 611 Sodhouse Dog Soldier 348

Sodhouse Soldier Boy 720 Pending - 6/10/08 - R/W

PUREBRED STEER

Sodhouse Starlight 471 Sodhouse Starlight 273

Soldier Boy 720 is a classy young steer that can target a lot of different end points. The Dog Soldier by Little Man calves really work well.

Sodhouse Cattle Co

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SP RB Bottomline 60 SP RB Bottomline Elite JI Courtney SP RB Bottomline

Sodhouse Soldier Boy 720 Pending - 6/26/08 - R/W

PUREBRED STEER

Purebred Shorthorn Cow

A late June calf with a lot of style. His color will get him noticed in the show ring and with his stacked Bottomline pedigree, you know he’ll be packed with muscle.

Stepping Stone Ranch

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Junior Show Rules & Eligibility

Saturday, December 13th and Sunday, December 14th Heifers Ring A & B - Satuday December 13th Market Ring A & B - Sunday December 14th

Sanctioned By The Kansas Club Calf Association

Breed Steer Eligibility Angus

General Rules

Junior Show will be a two day show, heifers will show on Saturday, December 13th and steers will show on Sunday, December 14th. Each day animals will have the option to show in one or both rings. A two ring system will be used with a different judge in each of the A ring and B ring. Animals must be entered to show in each of the two rings. This will be a prospect show. Steers and market heifers must be born on or after Jan. 1, '08, and breeding heifers must be born on or after Jan.1, '07. Any heifer that has calved will be ineligible to show. Steers and market heifers will be weighed and classes will be broken by weight and breed. Breeding Heifer classes will be broken by age and breed. Youth show entries will be allowed on the grounds starting at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 11th and must be on the grounds by 5:00 p.m. on Friday Dec. 12th. Check in will be Friday December 12th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Youth show cattle may be stalled in the Prairie Pavilion in the designated area. No cattle will be permitted to stall in sale cattle aisles. There will be no showmanship contest. Exhibitors must be a 4-H, FFA or Breed Association Members. Any exhibitor who was 21 years of age before January 1, 2008 is ineligible to show. Exhibitors must show their own animal unless they have more than one animal in a single class. The Kansas Beef Expo Executive Committee will have final ruling on interpretation of all rules. Breed must have at least three head to represent a breed division. If fewer than three are entered, that breed will show as AOB. Exceptions exist if award is sponsored by breed association. Each steer showing in a breed specific class may be subject to a screening committee. All screening committee decisions are final. All heifers must be registered in the name of the junior exhibitor only. Registration papers must be presented at the show. Heifers entering the AOB class must be registered heifers (not commercial). There will be a commercial heifer class offered. All heifers and steers bought at the 2008 Kansas Beef Expo sale are eligible to show in the Beef Expo Youth Show, the entry fee will be waived on these animals. All cattle that enter the premise must have health papers issued within thirty days prior to event. Animals with lesions of ringworm, warts or infested with mange will be excused from the premises.

Steers must have American Angus Association registration papers and corresponding tattoo. Steers must show typical Angus type as determined by the Classification Committee. The decision of the Classification Committee is final.

Charolais

Steers must be at least 50% Charolais or higher, show Charolais characteristics, and be out of a registered Charolais sire or dam. Steer exhibitors must provide a Kansas Charolais Association steer certificate. KCA certificates can be obtained from the breeder. For certificates, contact the KCA, Laci Schrader, 2118 Oxbow Road, Wells, KS 67467 (785) 488-2135.

Chianina

Chianina steers must meet registration requirements as defined by the American Chianina Association, be registered with ACA and have a legible tattoo corresponding to the registration papers.

Gelbvieh

Steers must be 3/8 Gelbvieh or greater.

Hereford and Polled Hereford

Steers will show together. Entries are open to Hereford steers sired by a registered Hereford bull and whose dam is registered with the AHA or is a purebred commercial Hereford. Steers do not need to be registered but a steer certificate is required to show as indicated below: *Horned steers must have a steer certificate issued by the American Hereford Association. An application may be obtained by writing to the American Hereford Association Youth Department. *Polled steers are required to have either an AHAsteer certificate or Kansas Polled Hereford Association steer certificate. For a KPHAcertificate, contact Paula Acheson, 3 N. Chicago, PO Box 86, Woodbine, KS 67492 (785) 257-3541. Steers must show characteristics typical of straight-bred Hereford cattle. All steers will be subject to inspection by a KHA/KPHAcommittee and are required to meet minimum standards for type, quality and conformation. The committee will check tattoos to see that they correspond to the record of certification and will have the final authority to determine eligibility of steers for the Hereford show. Ineligible steers will be changed to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Crossbredâ&#x20AC;? division.

Limousin

Steers must be 50% or higher, sired by a registered Limousin bull or out of a registered Limousin cow. Steers need not be registered, but exhibitors must provide a completed State Association Steer Certificate. A completed KLBA steer certificate may obtained from the breeder, or by contacting Karen Campbell, 23577 - 139th St., Leavenworth, KS 66048 (913) 727-5407, or by clicking the juniors link at www.kansaslimousin.org.

Maine-Anjou

Steers must be 1/4 or higher Maine-Anjou, sired by a Maine-Anjou bull, registered with the American Maine-Anjou Association and have a legible tattoo corresponding to the registration papers.

Maintainer

Potential Heifer Divisions & Show Order

Potential Market Divisions & Show Order

Commercial AOB Simmental Appendix Shorthorn Shorthorn Maintainer Maine-Anjou Limousin Hereford Gelbvieh Chianina Charolais Angus

Angus Charolais Chianina Gelbvieh Hereford Limousin Maine-Anjou Shorthorn Appendix Shorthorn Simmental AOB Crossbred Market Heifer

Steers must be 74% or lower Maine-Anjou.

Shorthorn

Steers must be 15/16 or higher and have a Kansas Shorthorn Association verification form or American Shorthorn Association purebred registration certificate (red color form).

Appendix Shorthorn

Steers must be 7/8 or less and have a Kansas Shorthorn Association verification form or American Shorthorn Association purebred registration certificate (green color form).

Simmental

Steers must be at least 50% Simmental, accompanied by an American Simmental Association performance pedigree and have legible tattoos corresponding to the accompanying performance pedigree.

AOB

Class is for all breed qualified steers that do not have minimum numbers for breed division or breed steers that do not have a division. All AOB steers must have association certificates and or posess breed characteristics to be qualified as a breed steer.

Crossbred

All steers that do not classify in above listed divisions, do not posess breed characteristics associate with specific breed, crossbred steers and or any steer not deemed fit to be represented by a specific breed. All breed listed above are potential breed divisions, all breeds must have a minimum of three entries to be enstated as a breed division. Show committee has right to add or delete divisions based on number of head participating.

Entry Fee - $35 per entry per day for all entries postmarked before November 15, 2008. Late fee - $50 per entry per day.


w o h S h t u o Y m r o F y r t n E Exhibitor Entry

One Entry Form Per Exhibitor Please

Entries must be mailed to Kansas Beef Exposition - 1318 MacArthur Rd. - Hays, KS 67601

Exhibitor Name __________________________________________________________________________________ Address, City, State, Zip ____________________________________________________________________________ Telephone __________ ______ E Mail _________________________Exhibitor Birth Date _____________________ Parent or Guardian Name _________________________ _________________________________________________

Animal Entry MARKET

BREEDING

(Circle One)

Animal will be showing in ring

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B

Both Rings

(Circle One)

BREED/DIVISION _______________________________________________ANIMAL BIRTH DATE ________________ ANIMAL NAME ________________________________________________REGISTRATION NUMBER _____________ WAS THIS ANIMAL PURCHASED IN THE 2007 KANSAS BEEF EXPO SALE?

YES _________NO __________

MARKET

A

BREEDING

(Circle One)

Animal will be showing in ring

B

Both Rings

(Circle One)

BREED/DIVISION _______________________________________________ANIMAL BIRTH DATE ________________ ANIMAL NAME ________________________________________________REGISTRATION NUMBER _____________ WAS THIS ANIMAL PURCHASED IN THE 2007 KANSAS BEEF EXPO SALE?

YES _________NO __________

MARKET

A

BREEDING

(Circle One)

Animal will be showing in ring

B

Both Rings

(Circle One)

BREED/DIVISION _______________________________________________ANIMAL BIRTH DATE ________________ ANIMAL NAME ________________________________________________REGISTRATION NUMBER _____________ WAS THIS ANIMAL PURCHASED IN THE 2007 KANSAS BEEF EXPO SALE?

YES _________NO __________

Entry Fee - $35 per entry per ring for all entries postmarked before November 15, 2008. Late fee - $50 per entry per ring.

_______Head Entered @ $35.00 Per Head X ______Rings = $ _____________Check Number ____________ _______Head Entered @ $50.00 Per Head X ______Rings = $ _____________Check Number ____________ Make checks payable to Kansas Beef Exposition


Saturday, December 8th - 5:30 p.m. Kansas State Fairgrounds Prairie Pavilion Kansas Beef Exposition Phone - 620-669-3806 Kansas Beef Exposition Fax - 620-669-3808

Quinton Huncovsky 785-259-4122

Kansas Beef Exposition

Ark Valley Cattle Co., LLC

http://www.clubcalves.com/arkvalleycattleco.htm

Jeff Bryant 888-442-6757 620-442-8722 Blair Tenhouse 620-660-1410 Doug Tenhouse 785-341-4022

Stetson Junek Cuba, KS 785-729-3442 785-694-3468

Brett Spader 785-466-2247

Kansas Livestock Assn.

Chisum Show Cattle Sheryl Clanton Mike Bond Bucyrus, KS 913-208-1683

Craig Heinen 785-545-5618 Auctioneer

MCW Club Calves Mary Werth Hays, KS 785-623-8515

Eberth Show Cattle

Logan Flowers & Jason Henson

Mill Creek Ranch

Ryan and Sharon Breiner

Basehor, KS 913-724-2628 816-

785-449-2841 Alma, KS

Manhattan, KS


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Pen of Three Bred Heifers:

Here is an opportunity to start or enhance your Chi, Club Calf, or Maine program.

39T March daughter of Strictly Business X Impulse son we sold to Texas and out of a purebred Angus cow that is an ET, Future Direction and our 405 EXT donor. Bred on 5/21 to the Ali son Rocky Balboa. Registered Chi and eligible MaineTainer. 51T May horned daughter of our Power Plus X Habanero herd sire and out of a Full Flush daughter of Peekaboo, who was Res. Grand at Chi Jr. Nationals. This gal is chromed up! Bred on 5/20 to Rocky Balboa. Either of the matings on these two heifers could pay for the whole bunch. Registered Chi and eligible MaineTainer. 602T early June daughter of Hart XLT (Witch Dr. X Fear This) and out of a Polled Energizer cow. Checkout this registered Purebred Maine pedigree to understand her potential. Bred on 7/22/08 to Northern Improvement(AN). We have had excellent results with this mating on high percentage Maine heifers.

Ark Valley Cattle Co., LLC

Reg # Pending - BD 2/17/08 Open Heifer - Tatoo MCW244 3/8 Maine-Anjou

Reg # 38776 - BD 3/23/08 Open Heifer - Tatoo MCW26U 1/2 Maine-Anjou

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Who Made Who

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MCW Sunshine

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GUC Patricia 366N

MCW Club Calves

Sun Seeker Miss Yardkey P193

MCW Club Calves

STSN 810 S

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MCW Fullmoon

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BD 2/19/08 Open Heifer - Tatoo STSN 810 S Maintainer

Cowanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ALI Who Made Who STSN 931 P Meyer 734

If you are looking for a gentle, nice profiling Maintainer heifer, this could be one for you. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss this good one on sale day.

Stetson Junek


Maintainer

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Reg # 38776 - BD 3/23/08 Open Heifer - Tatoo MCW26U Registerable Maintainer

Unforgiven Final Link/Maine

Eberth Show Cattle

AVCC Elvira

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Reg # 38776 - BD 3/6/08 Open Heifer - Tatoo MCW26U Registered Chimaine(horned)

Dr. Hook Peekaboo (Chiangus)

Show power and cow power combined in one super profiling, long spined, feminine daughter of the Reserve Grand Champion Chiangus female Peekaboo

Ark Valley Cattle Co., LLC


BCL Jennys Bad Boy 08

SH O R THO

Sull GNCC Sables Vision ET Jennys Memory

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Reg # Pending Steer - Tatoo BCL26 Shorthorn Plus

BCL 02’s Bad Boy 08

SH O R THO

Reg # Pending Steer - Tatoo BCL27 Shorthorn Plus

Sull GNCC Sables Vision ET JSCC Miss 02

Here is a young steer calf that has worlds of style, bone mass, and soundness. Make sure you take a look at him on sale day!

This young stocking legged calf is sound, attractive and fault free. He just needs a little extra time and then he will shine in the show ring for his next showman.

Chisum Show Cattle

Chisum Show Cattle

MCW Razor

Black Steer

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Miss Herring R66

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2nd to None

Steer

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Easy Out Power Plus

This calf can be registered.

Big boned, stout, hairy with lots of style and look. This one won’t dissapoint you!

MCW Show Cattle

Henson/Flowers

Angus Steer

Hereford Steer

ID#568 Steer - DOB 3/14/08 Angus

Analyst Saugahatchee Daughter

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Reg # Pending Steer - BD 4/16/08 3/8 Maine-Anjou

SH O R THO

ID# 843 Steer - DOB 3/18/08 Hereford

Mark Domino 192 Pure Gold L91 Daughter

568 is a super fronted, straight lined, long sided, correct made steer with lots of muscle expression.

843 is a deep sided, wide topped correctly designed steer with extra bone and muscle expression.

Ryan and Sharon Breiner

Mill Creek Ranch


Fast, Reliable, Engine-Driven Hydraulic Power

Hydraulic supplement feeder for bunk,apron or range feeding of cake or grain.

NEUMANN TRAILERS & EQUIPMENT Cunningham, KS 620-298-2010 â&#x20AC;˘ 800-801-3213 www.neumanntrailers.com

Reversible hydraulic post hole digger. Simple, fast installation.Various auger sizes available.

Beds in Stock 1 Day Installation Available


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Checkoff dollars created an advertising tagline – Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner® – that’s recognized by 87% of consumers. Other checkoff promotional tools work to reinforce this memorable message. A striking new ad campaign touts the power of protein in lean beef. The www.BeefItsWhatsForDinner.com site draws over 1 million visitors a year. Ongoing foodservice and retail promotional partnerships leverage the checkoff to reach more consumers, with more efficient dollars. In fact, for every checkoff dollar invested in these promotions, partners have contributed $50. All these checkoff promotions, working together, entice consumers to enjoy the beef they love at any meal. My beef checkoff… extending our reach to help build beef demand.

Get to know your checkoff — visit Kansas Beef Council at www.Kansasbeef.org or kbc@kansasbeef.org Funded by the Beef Checkoff.


17th Annual Ks Angus Association

Commercial Female Sale

Selling over 1000 head of Angus influenced quality replacement commercial bred & open females

Dec. 6, 2008ƒ Pratt Livestock ō Pratt, KS

54th Kansas Angus Futurity Show & Sale January 23 23--25, 2009 Ks State Fairgrounds ō Hutchinson Selling over 60 lots on Jan. 24 x Herd bulls Junior Show Heifer Prospects x Pairs x Bred and open replacement females x Embryo packages & one of a kind herd picks x Junior Show on Jan. 25 x

KJAA Preview Show

June 5 5--6, 2009 Ɠ Hutchinson

Anne Lampe, Secretary/Manager 5201 E Rd 110 Scott City, Kansas 67871 (620) 872– 3915 ō (620) 874– 4273 cell kansasangus@wbsnet.org

Kansas Beef Expo Sale Catalog  

2008 Kansas Beef Expo Sale Catalog December 13th 2008 Hutchinson, KS