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When we talk about naming the best cows we have ever seen or worked with at Sullivan Ranch, Sadie 634F is always in the conversation. You’ve heard the phrase “talk the talk” and “walk the walk”... well, Sadie does just that. This remarkable Foreplay daughter has been the source of so many great successes at DSUL. Cow families are everything here, and the Sadie Family does it right!

DSUL Sadie Lady (Hide Watch) sold on the 2006 Holiday Classic sale for $20,000

DSUL Sadie Gracey 4634 (Meyer) is bound to be famous. Wait until you see her 4 Heat Wave steers that will sell on our pasture sale Sept. 9th. WOW!

DSUL Sadie May (Meyer) sold in 2008 as an open for $7,600. DSUL Sadie's Destiny (Meyer) sold on the Genetic Progress Sale 2007 for $8,800 to Ernest Fulton of Calvert, TX.

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DSUL Sadies Treasure (Meyer) sold on the Genetic Progress Sale 2008 for $7,800.

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Dan Sullivan

2576 Old Brandon Rd. Hillsboro, Texas 76645 254.582.7096 254.707.0814


Purple Clover L25T: 2008 JNHE Grand Champion Heifer. Sired by Purple Tonic 10M and out of a first-calf heifer. -- Randa Owen

Purple Cotton 40T ET: 2008 Grand Champion Heifer, NAILE Junior & Open Shows. -- William Passwaters

Purple Hennessey 44T ET: 2008 Grand Champion Heifer, Keystone Int’l Junior & Open Shows. -- Karey Howes

Purple Madge 23T: 2008 Polled Show Heifer of the Year and Reserve Grand Champion NAILE. -- Bauer Family

Purple CMCC Paris 19S ET: 2008 Horned Show Heifer of the Year and Grand Champion Heifer, KILE, NAILE, Denver Jr. Shows. -- Collins Family

Purple CMCC Nastia 9U: 2008 Junior Calf Champion, NAILE.

2009 has given us our best calf crop ever. Available for viewing anytime.

2008 JNHE Reserve Grand Champion Steer. -- Deppe Family. We have sold the champion or reserve steer at the JNHE five years in a row.

Best of luck to all our customers through the Jr. National and State Fair season. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m June/July 2009

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Volume 12, Issue 5 June/July 2009

The Leader in Current Livestock Production, Show, & Sale Information

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Over 500 Head Selling Featuring an Elite set of Young Donor Prospects ready for flushing this fall! Over 100 Videos available for preview on the website. Also again this year, bid at liveauctions.com. THE LARGEST ANNUAL CLUB CALF PRODUCING FEMALE SALE IN THE COUNTRY Black Hereford Ranches 8th Annual

Bear Classic ..............................................46-50 Blue Valley Beef Review ................................63 Business Article..............................................64 Coming Events ..............................................69 Cow Palace ..............................................41-45 Index of Advertisers ....................................106 KCCA........................................................72-73 MCCA ......................................................77-79

Muskingum Classic ....................................74-75 Northern Exposure ....................................51-56 OCCA ............................................................70 Oklahoma Beef Expo......................................71 Ottawa County (OH) Spring Classic ............67-69 Prospect Weekend ....................................57-62 Subscription Form ........................................106 Sunflower Classic ......................................36-40 Trans Ova Article ..........................................66 Walker Article................................................35 Wessington Springs Futurity ............................65

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Sire: Heat Wave Dam: Simmental TH-Free/PHA-Free

This THF/PHAF Heat Wave daughter is a rare bigtime donor. She was the $54,000 top seller in the recent 2008 First Ladies Sale. Several have described her “The Best They Have Ever Seen!” Cherry Delight in her first offering was the high selling Right To Flush in the 2009 Forzen Gold Sale. She is without a doubt one of the best designed cows with incredible bone, foot size and substance, yet as sound as you can build one. With her color and body type the flexibility of how to breed this female is limitless. She was flusehd to Kris Black’s Outer Limits Hereford-cross bull. Kris felt that he was the most likely to hold a Hereford color pattern. Offering 3 #1 Embryos sired by Outer Limits and 2 pregnant recips with a mid-August calving date. Sired by Outer Limits.

For more information on embryos, pregnant recips, and flush availabilities, contact owners: DeRouchey Cattle Company: 605-530-6488 Sneed Cattle Company: Mark Sneed, 937-269-1871 Reg. PB Charolais #F966621 We purchased 117P in John Bauman’s Final Drive Sale and flushed her to Heat Wave. Her last two natural calves sired by Madrid were the club calf bull Kool Whip (now deceased) and Kojack S45, the Reserve Champion bull at the 2007 NAILE Charolais Show. 117P has produced other outstanding progeny with heifers selling for $12,500, $11,000, $8,250, nd two other heifers sold for $21,500 nd $9,500 in Bauman Cattle Company’s 2008 fall sale. In three public auctions in 2008 (Embryos on Snow, Frozen Gold, and Breeders’ Classic), 117P’s embryos were top sellers averaging over $3,300. 117P stands as one of the highest valued purebred cows in the Charolais breed and is widely admired for her tremendous design, powerful construction, and consistently valueable production. The Heat Wave mating presents great opportunity in the steaming hot Char-cross sector of the business. The potential for a highly valued stud bull or donor female is very real. She is a premier proven donor. This is a great oppotunity! Offering Embryos by Heat Wave.

Offering Embryos by Heat Wave

Kass Maternal Girl U70 $21,500 daughter of 117P

Fred & Joan DeRouchey

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SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, 2009 HOPE INVITATIONAL - Congratulations to Mason & The Walker Family for exhibiting the Res. Champion AMAA Show heifer of The Year!

SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, 2008 LAWTON

SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, 2009 PURDUE AGR

Be sure to join us this fall. Once again we are offering our top end of calves for sale. Many like the Supreme Champions pictured! You won’t want to miss this set. 2009 BPF Pasture Bid-off Sale - September 15th SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, 2008 KANSAS BEEF EXPO

• Pasture Bid Off Bids Due By Dark On The 15th • Offering a top set of steers, heifers & select set of promotion sires

2009 Tradition of Excellence Elite Heifer Sale - October 17th • October 17th • Mitchell, SD •Offering our best show heifers, donors, embryo’s & flush opportunities

Visitors always welcome at the farm anytime.

Bushy Park Farm - Steve Robinson, Owner

SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE, 2008 BADGER KICK-OFF CLASSIC

40281 260th Street, Mitchell, SD 57301•Fax: 605-996-0721 Cory Thomsen, South Dakota Herdsman, 605-730-2397 Bob Stoltz, Maryland Herdsman, 301-473-3886 www.bpfcc.com • 888-502-7322

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The World’s Best Show Calf Mamas!

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Nelson Cattle Company Brad & Juli Nelson

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901 Highway 39 • Denison, IA 51442 Juli: 712-269-6275 • Brad: 712-269-6351 www.cowpower.com • www.clubcalfparadise.com


Nick & Kyrstin Reimann Cell 605-871-3642 Kent, Nora, & Barry Reiman Herdsman Justin Tracy

Located 45 minutes from Wessington Springs.

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Purchased by Bonham & Guyer. Shown by the Burke Family.

Purchased by Hirchell LeClair. Shown by Nick Pince.

Purchased by Brian Martin. Shown by Drew Johnson.

NEW LOCATION at the Reimann Ranch Facilities. Watch for upcoming details.

Purchased by Chad Forman.

Purchased by Daeke and Dorn. Shown by Janae Ochs.

All calves here were sold in last year’s sale. A big thank you to all bidders and buyers in our 2008 sale.

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VF for Contact P on full ion informat ll embryo fu sibs and Payday. o t sibs

AAA Reg. 15779234 BW:2.9 WW:72 YW:117 Milk:30 Sire: SAV Payroll 5281 MGS: PVF New Horizon 001

The first crop of Payday calves are on the ground and look awesome. Combining a moderate birth weight, tremendous power and stoutness, Payday scanned a 19.9 yearling REA and that muscle is easily seen in calves. Payday is not to be missed when making breeding decisions this spring.

For semen contact:

Heifer Calf at C-BAR

Bobby & Sherry Adcock 217-768-3059 • Moweaqua, IL Paul Adcock • 630-789-6429 • Burr Ridge, IL

308-425-6000 • Franklin, NE Dru Uden 308-470-0740

Alan & Theresa Miller 217-840-6935 Orlan & Carol • Brandon & Cathy Jones 309-258-1266 Drew Stollard 217-521-0257 Gridley, IL • www.pvfangus.com t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m June/July 2009

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Top quality Angus females for sale at all times!

SCC Queen Beyonce 3053 (aka “Be Be” • The Brosey Family 2004 NAILE Jr. Show Grand; 2004 NAILE Open Show Res. Grand; 2005 NWSS Jr. Show Grand; 2005 Atlantic Nat’l Grand (both days)

SC ENT Queen O Diamonds 670 (aka “Clover”) • The Foster Family 2007 NJAS Reserve Grand Champion Owned Heifer; Many-time division champion

SCC Echo Dell Nellie 6005 (“Bonz”) • The Untied Family

2007 NJAS Grand; 2007 Atlantic Nat’l Jr. Show Grand; 2007 Amer. Royal Jr. Show Res. Grand; 2007 Amer. Royal Open Show Grand; 2007 NAILE Jr Show Grand

Gambles Shadoe 998 • The Willis Family

2006 NJAS Grand Owned Heifer; 2-time NAILE Grand (2007-08); 2006 ERJAS Grand Owned Heifer; 2006 MAJAC Res. Grand Owned Heifer

W atch for calf photos in our next ad. P ossibly the best set of Springborns we have raised!

The Stertzbachs

SCC PVF Corona Queen 613 (“Splash”) • The Willis Family 2007 MAJAC Res. Grand; 2007 NJAS Div. 1 Champion; 2008 Atlantic Nat’l Res. Grand

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Bruce, Amie, Dillon, & Cade 8010 Paris Ave., Louisville, Ohio Bruce cell: 330-704-5260 Amie cell: 330-495-2887 amiestertzbach@aol.com


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Steel Force x Meyer 734 - PB Simmental

The leading young Simmental bull in the industry. Lots of style and body.

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Irish Whiskey x Chill Factor - 3/4 Maine PHAF

A leading new sire of Maine Champions. Sound, functional, Maine genetics with style. Sire of champions and high sellers in his first calf crop.

Maternal Sires for the Seedstock, Commercial and Club Calf Producers These sires highlight our bull battery of easy calving, big bodied cattle that can complement any breeding program. COMPLETE SIRE DIRECTORY www.gcccattle.com

LEADING A.I. & HERD SIRES: GCC Black Watch 849T #16082838, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC Exxon 902U #16183487, Semen $20, Cert. $25 OCC Just Right 619J #+13492456, Semen $50, Cert. $25 OCC Machinist 734M #14349350, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC New Trail 826T #15909428, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC Old School 4709 #14909998, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC Osage 601S #15488375, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC Total Recall 806T, #15914543, Semen $20, Cert. $25 GCC Volumizer 846T #16082835, Semen $20, Cert. $25

MAINE and SIMMENTAL GCC ECC Dubai 56S #372557, Semen $25, 75% AMAA, PHAF Chill Factor #209063, Semen $50, 75% AMAA, PHAF GCC Cerveza 1829P #328874, Semen $20, 50% AMAA, PHAC TCTC Patton 5142R #387653, Semen $20, 50% AMAA, PHAF SVF Steel Force S701 #2340262, Auction Only, PB Simmental ZKCC Chopper 844U #2453413, Semen $25, PB Simmental Visit gcccattle.com or collinscattleservices.com for more sire info. and the up-coming sale schedule.

OCC Missing Link x OCC Juanada 741K by Emblazon Dam is a granddaughter to the dam of OCC Anchor Recommended for use on heifers. A sound and leading Angus pedigree with quality to burn. First calves are tremendous. AAA #15914543

Call or Come By the Place Anytime! Operating in Stillwater, Oklahoma - Dupree, SD (405) 780-3300 - www.gcccattle.com

For Semen Orders: Collins Cattle Services 1-800-975-6313 | ccollins@pldi.net | gcccattle@gmail.com | No shipping on larger orders.

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Tell your authorized Wilson dealer you saw this ad in the Show Circuit Magazine. Receive a free Wilson jacket with trailer purchase! Wilson...A Great Name to Have Behind You Since 1890. 4400 S. Lewis Blvd. Sioux City, IA 51106 712-252-6500 email: sales@wilsontrailer.com

Adjustable compartment roller gate, road-side double height tie rails, and pop-up roof vents. Wilson aluminum gooseneck livestock trailers are a smart buy – by design.

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2008 American Royal Champion Feeder Steer Show and Sale

MILLER FAMILY 2008 Kansas Beef Expo Champion Heifer (Ring A)

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2008 Colorado State Fair Grand Champion Market Steer

2008 American Royal Champion Maine Heifer Show and Sale

2009 National Western Grand Champion Overall Market Heifer

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SHOW CALF


- Supreme & Champion Chi, Iowa Beef Expo 2009 - Shown by Matt Royster Special thanks to Tracy Groetska for placing this heifer. Bred by Sullivan & Sieck.

At the Ranch, Bartlett, KS

- Reserve Supreme & Champion Chi, 2008 SE District Beef Expo - Reserve Chi, 2007 Oklahoma AGR - Champion Chi, 2008 State Fair of Oklahoma - Reserve Chi Ring A, Champion Chi & Reserve Grand Ring B, 2008 Oklahoma AGR - Shown by Lauren Hulin

Join us for lunch on sale day!

October 24, 2009

Bids close at 1:30 p.m.

- Grand Champion Steer, Arkansas Oklahoma State Fair 2008 - Shown by Derek Campbell

November 28, 2009 Bids close at 1:30 p.m.

Watch the website for photos and sale catalog.

- Reserve Commercial Heifer, Oklahoma Youth Expo 2009 - Reserve Commercial Heifer, NW District Livestock Show 2009 - Shown by Jarred Strate

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DAMON, DARCEY & DARLA FESMIRE Bartlett, KS cell: 620-423-5888 barn: 620-226-3344

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Helena, OK cell: 580-977-4766 barn: 580-852-3371

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Hosted by Horstman Cattle Co. LLC & Sheets ChiAngus Both farms are within a 15 min. drive.

Bids close Sunday, June 14, at 5pm

Preview dinner and social at Horstman Cattle Co. on Saturday, June 13 Cattle will be priced by June 5th. All cattle will be at HCC by June 6th. Sires include: Heat Wave, Sun Seeker, I Am Legend, Legend, LAH Sue, Who Made Who, and many others....

Breeds include: Chi, Simmental, Angus, Hereford, Maine-Influence, & Crossbreds

This is a diverse and deep set!

1 4. Sun Seeker x Heat Seeker/Comm. Angus. DOB: Feb 09 5. RSRS Hanson Ransom 1 CA x Simmy/Angus. DOB: 3-11-2009 6. Who Made Who x Simmy/Angus. DOB: Late Feb

Dr. Robin & Becky Sheets Family West Lafayette, IN 765.583.4565 765.426.3398 rsheets462@aol.com www.showsteers.com/sheets/

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5 Larry Horstman, DVM Joe Horstman 765.426.0426 joe@horstmancattle.com Randy Martin, Mgr. 765.412.3660 horstmancattle.com

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June 5-7, 2009

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Moffat County Fairgrounds, Craig, Colo. Contact: Blake 970.824.7941 or 970.824.6583 Kawcak bmjksales@hotmail.com

Sterling, Colorado Contact: Nick Livingston 719-349-2500

Riverton, Wyoming Contact: Bryan & Marti Warner 307-857-4240 bwarner@wyomin.com

Gaithersburg, Maryland Contact: Scott & Denise Grahm MDCattleSchool@aol.com 301-972-7356

June 22-24, 2009

Clinic University of Georgia-Athens Contact: Chria Steinkamp 706-542-9775 csteinkamp@gaaged.com

June 25-27, 2009

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June 29 - July 2, 2009

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Seminole, Texas Contact: Buddy & Teresa Long bud.tree@sbcglobal.net Buddy 432.661.770 Teresa 432-664-9548

Elk City Civic Center, Elk City, Oklahoma Contact: Kirk or Juli Steirwalt Kirks Cell- 580-302-3009 Juli's cell- 580-302-3006 email- steirwalt@dobsonteleco.com

July 11-12, 2009

Clinic Andis Clinic, Listowel, Ontario Contact: RK Supply 519.638.3533 or 519.638.3533 reid@wcl.on.ca

July 17-19, 2009

Clinic Jason Hoffman Ranch, Thedford, Nebraska Contact: Jason Hoffman jason@hoffmanranch.com

July 23-25, 2009

South Plains Fairgrounds, Lubbock, Texas Contact: Lubbock County Extension Agent rj-scott@tamu.edu cell 806-392-5405 Office: 806-775-1680 lubbock-tx@ag.tamu.edu

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WALKERarticle by Dr. Paul Walker, Professor of Animal Science, Il inois State University

Summer Time Water Quality Water is the most taken-for-granted nutrient of the six nutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrate, vitamins, minerals, water). It is, also, the most important. An animal can lose all its body fat and one half its body protein, and survive. If an animal loses more than 10% of its body water it will die. Restrict water intake and the animal will automatically restrict feed intake and decrease performance whether it is weight gain, milk production or activity. Some other facts regarding water include: 1. it takes 40 grams of water to excrete 1 gram of mineral. 2. it takes 12 grams of water to excrete the nitrogenous production from one gram of protein intake. 3. urea (in this case, a body metabolite of protein metabolism) cannot exceed 2.6% of the urine volume. 4. it takes 60 grams of water to dissipate the heat produced during the metabolism of 100 kcal of energy intake. 5. an animal has four sources of water [free (drinking) water, bound water (water collided with protein), water included as part of the feed and metabolic water]. 6. metabolic water is the water produced from the metabolism of feed. 7. feeds high in fat yield the most metabolic water per unit weight. 8. feeds high in carbohydrate yield the most metabolic water per kcal of energy intake. 9. while producing metabolic water fat, carbohydrate and protein also require water to dissipate the heat produced during metabolism. Subtracting the water produced during metabolism from the water required to dissipate the heat of metabolism, carbohydrate requires less water intake than fat or protein. Protein requires the greatest net water consumption because every 100 grams of protein intake produces 32 grams of urea and urea cannot exceed 2.6% of the urine volume. The water concentration of body cells is higher in younger animals than in older animals. Growing animals require a higher percentage water intake than older animals in a maintenance mode. Older, larger animals require more daily water intake than younger, smaller animals. Lactating animals and pregnant animals require more water intake than non-lactating and non-pregnant animals. Water has five primary functions within the body. It serves as a dispersion medium for foods within the digestive tract and for metabolic products during metabolism. Water helps to regulate body temperature. Water has the highest specific heat (capacity of a substance to hold heat) of any liquid (1 gram calorie compared to ½ gram calorie for other liquids). Water is important as a transportation medium for nutrients and metabolic products. Water facilitates enzymatic reactions, aids in the transfer of sound waves in the ear for hearing, plays a role for vision in the eye, lubricates joints such as synovial fluid and cushions and protects bones such as cerebrospinal

fluid. In calculating water balance for an animal the positive factors are drinking water, water contained in feeds and metabolic water. Here is an “aside” comment I always share with students in nutrition class to help them remember the facts. The problem I encounter, though, is the students remember the example but not the facts. “A 12 oz can of beer contain 125 cal of energy (the equivalent energy of one average size potato), 90.2% water, 0.6% protein, 4.4% carbohydrate, no fat and 0.2% mineral content. While beer is low in percent protein if one consumes enough beer to meet ones daily energy requirement, the protein and water requirement will be met. However, beer is low in essential vitamins, especially thiamin and a diet of beer will result in major vitamin deficiencies. In addition, beer is a toxin destroying brain cells and most college students need all the brain cells they can keep! The negative factors (water losses for calculating water balance include environmental temperature, physiological function, species, physical activity, state health and pharmaceutical treatment, and nervous condition of the animal. The practical implications of these facts are many. Animals on higher protein diets require more water intake. Show animals consuming higher protein diets and offered water by bucket should be offered more water. Animals fed higher dietary inclusion levels of distillers grains (26 – 30% crude protein) will require more water. Animals consuming diets containing added fat will require more water. When provided a choice, animals always drink after they eat. Show animals offered water by bucket should be watered after they are fed. On hot days, they may drink a little water prior to eating, but they will always drink after eating. Animals will drink more water if the water temperature is between 40°F and 70°F. Therefore, it is best to locate water fountains or water tanks in the shade (in the barn as opposed to outside in an open lot). The sunlight will raise water temperature during the summer to temperatures above 70°F, resulting in lower water consumption and decreased feed intake. During the cold winter months animals at a show offered water from a cold hydrant will drink more water if the water is warmed with a bucket heater. Water consumption is as important in very cold weather as it is in very hot weather. We remember to provide animals with ample water during hot weather to help them dissipate heat and associated body water loss but during cold weather animals require as much water as they do in hot weather because in cold weather protein metabolism increases as animals strive to maintain body temperature by increasing heat production. Consequently, nitrogen loss increases resulting in greater urea production and increased urine output. Animals on medication (such as cortisone) often have increased protein metabolism and therefore higher water requirements. Limitations on water intake depress animal performance quicker and more drastically than any other nutrient deficiency. Providing adequate, clean water of acceptable temperature is essential to animal performance. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m June/July 2009

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Alternative Investments Change Your Perception of Hedge Funds and Private Equity Reports about hedge funds and private equity often paint these investment vehicles as shad¬owy agents of the financial world, when, in fact, both are well established investment options that may be right for qualified investors. Both hedge funds and private equity funds are pooled invest¬ment vehicles designed to serve high-net worth and institu¬tional investors. Hedge funds, which may be concentrated portfolios of both private and public securities, can invest borrowed assets (known as “leverage”). They may hold short positions, which allow the funds to profit when a security declines in value, as well as traditional long positions. Hedge funds often seek to generate a specific absolute return based on the level of risk they assume, regardless of the market environment—a key point of difference from most mutual funds. Hedge funds employ a variety of investment strategies, but in general have the potential to generate enhanced risk-adjust¬ed returns. “The popular perception that all hedge funds are high-risk, high-return investments is misguided,” says Susan Wilson-Perez, Head of Alternative Investments for Citi Global Wealth Management. Additionally, most hedge funds have low correlation to the broad markets, potentially enhancing portfolio diversification. Private equity funds, meanwhile, generally use pooled funds to purchase companies. The managers then typically seek to improve the companies’ infrastructure and overall prospects before selling the company, or the interest in the company, at a profit to other corporations or to the public through initial public offerings (IPOs). Managers at private equity firms have several advantages. Private equity firms usually have a great deal of access to company information. Once they have invest-

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ed in a compa¬ny, the managers may also have substantial control through a presence on their corporate board, for example. Private equity firms also have access to executive level expertise, so they may be able to improve company performance signifi¬cantly. And, unlike managers of public companies, private equity firms rarely face market pressure to generate short-term results, giving them the freedom to take a long-term perspective. These advantages have helped private equity funds outperform public equity markets over time.1 And, like hedge funds, private equity investments tend to be uncorre¬lated to the public markets, potentially providing diversifica¬tion benefits to a broad portfolio. Investors considering hedge funds or private equity should be aware of some of their limitations. Investors by law must meet rigorous income and/or net worth, as well as, invest¬ment assets requirements to participate. Hedge funds may limit the times that investors can withdraw capital, while pri¬vate equity funds only distribute investment returns when they earn them, which usually happens around the fourth or fifth year, for a total of seven to 12 years for an entire fund. And, both strategies may charge substantial fees. Call or schedule an appointment at any time to learn more about alternative investments, and how they may offer diversifica¬tion opportunities for your portfolio. Questions or comments? Please go to http://fa.smithbarney.com/matthew_odonnell or call 312-917-7464. Smith Barney is a division of Citigroup Global Market Inc. Member SIPC. Citigroup, Inc., its affiliates, and its employees are not in the business of providing tax or legal advice. These materials and any tax-related statements are not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used or relied upon, by any such taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties. Taxrelated statements, if any, may have been written in connection with the "promotion or marketing" of the transaction(s) or matters(s) addressed by these materials, to the extent allowed by applicable law. Any such taxpayer should seek advice based on the taxpayer's particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.


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In Vitro Fertilization Equips Livestock Breeders with Unique Opportunities Historically, in vitro fertilization (IVF) has been reserved as the last opportunity for old, poor producing donors before they are written off and shipped to the cull market. IVF donor yards were often littered with overweight celebrity donors of the past enjoying retirement while their final contributions to the genetic pool were made. Today, some of the hottest genetics and rising stars of the show cattle industry are turning to IVF as more than just a last resort. Why the shift? In two words: efficiency and opportunity. Over the past five years, IVF programs have grown tremendously and seen the number of pregnancies created per collection soar. “By identifying critical control points in the production process and state of the art upgrades in the technology used, huge strides in efficiency have been made,” explains Dr. Matt Bartlett, DVM at Trans Ova Genetics. “A 14 day collection cycle in IVF allows 2-3 collections in the time that one collection could be made in conventional embryo transfer.” With these advances, a donor becomes a powerful genetic machine that can create pregnancies at a rate that is unparalleled to anything else on the reproductive market today. New opportunities within the IVF process are part of the stimulation behind the growth in IVF programs within many parts of the cattle industry. Now, a breeder’s pregnant donor female can be collected in an IVF program from 40 to 100 days of gestation with no adverse effects on the fetus. This procedure is becoming more common and allows breeders to maximize the efficiency of their donor females. Embryo production while a female is growing the next calf crop is another way breeders can put their females to work for their breeding program. “We are proud to offer both custom collected sorted semen and reverse sorted semen that can be utilized on IVF donors,” says Dr. Bartlett. “This allows breeders to create gender selected offspring from today’s up and coming sires and the legends of the past.” Show cattle breeders can now take advantage of using reverse sorted semen from the lab to create embryos that can then be shipped back to their farms for transfer into their own recipients. To get the most for their semen inventory, breeders also can take advantage of IVF to stretch a rare or valuable sire’s semen

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No longer viewed as merely a last chance for older donors, IVF can offer other benefits, including stretching rare or expensive semen over multiple donors. over multiple donors. More opportunities for IVF generated genetics are constantly being researched for future integration into show cattle operations. When decision time comes for the best way to generate profits from genetic investments, breeders should consider enrolling their top females in an IVF program to reap the benefits of this growing technology. Trans Ova Genetics has remained a mainstay in the cattle industry since 1980 by keeping their on the cutting edge of reproductive technology and today is no different. More information about IVF and other advanced reproductive technologies can be obtained by contacting Trans Ova Genetics at 1-800-999-3586.


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June 1, 2009 Bauman Cattle Final Drive Pasture Edition June 3, 2009 *M Lazy Heart Ranches Western Shootout 3 June 4, 2009 Southwest Minnesota Private Treaty Bid Pasture Sale June 5, 2009 Burch Livestock Pasture Bid Off Sale June 5-7, 2009 Nebraska Junior Hereford Association State Field Day June 6-7, 2009 Hancock County Showdown Show Millpond Shorthorns Private Treaty Sale

August 1, 2009 NWSS Swine Draw Applications Due September, 15, 2009 NWSS Steer Nomination/Ownership Deadline September 22-27, 2009 AK-SAR-BEN 4-H Livestock Exposition September 25-27, 2009 World Beef Expo October 17, 2009 Fall Nationwide Sale October 24, 2009 Fesmire Show Cattle Private Treaty Sale

June 7, 2009 Bennett Shorthorns Dreams VI

October 27 – November 1, 2009 American Royal Livestock Show

June 13, 2009 Black Hereford Ranch 18th Annual Cream of the Crop Sale Nationwide Sale

November 1, 2009 NWSS Market Lamb Ownership Deadline NWSS Market Beef, Lamb, & Goat Entry Deadline

June 14, 2009 Factory Direct Pasture Bid Sale

November 8, 2009 Shades of Red & White Show Calf Sale

June 22-27, 2009 Midwest Stud Ram Sale

December 13, 2009 14th Annual Hartman Cattle Co. Customer Appreciation Sale

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Oklahoma Club Calf Association - May ‘09

May brings green grass, beautiful flowers, large trees with an abundance of shade, planting is in full swing and nearing completion, while the wheat fields begin to turn gold for the upcoming harvest. We, as ag people, many times forget all the great things we enjoy at no cost just simply because we live and work in the atmosphere where the baby calves are running in the fresh grass every morning and spend long afternoons lying in the shade of the magnificent trees that nature has provided for us to enjoy. As this time in upon us, most of our beef expos are over, entries have been sent to several of the junior nationals and the balance are due in the coming days. Livestock producer’s nation wide and their p-------spend their summer vacation time hauling and exhibiting their livestock at these events as well as speech, showmanship, fitting and grooming contest, quiz bowls and various other contests. We all look forward from one year to the next for these events that last from four to seven days where we renew friendships and gain new one, friendships that we may only see once a year, but as the years go by, they become some of our closest friends. We as a group of people are a very unique bunch in that our business and our hobbies are the same thing. As a family, we undertake a job that requires many hours of our spare time, as well as a lot of hard work to be successful, yet we all jump in as there was no tomorrow. As we gather at these shows, we meet our old friends from thousands of miles away at the first of the week and as the week goes on, we find out everything that has happened during the past year and enjoy the camarodie of all the contest. As the cattle show begins, everyone is going full speed to get their animals presented in the very best way possible. Looking on you would think everyo9ne is everyone else’s worst enemy, but when the judge has made his decision, it is everyone shaking hands and congratulating their friends as they leave the show ring. Nowhere else can you see a group of people so dedicated to promoting their way of life and their livelihood like you can at a livestock show? Then it’s good-by, see you next year and we all return home to continue our lives and exhibit our livestock at county, district, state and national show. We, as OCCA members, can feel good about ourselves as our organization is just a smaller group of these individuals, yet most of us belong and exhibit at our breed’s national shows. It makes me proud that our young group of exhibitors are some of the top showman, with the best livestock, top speakers, judges, fitters, national directors and officers of any state is the United States. Our OCCA schedule has the OCA Preview show the first week of June, before junior nationals begin and then our late summer jackpot afterwards, so if you have not paid your membership current, do so today and get involved in one of the very best family orientated organizations available. The point races have just begun, so don’t miss a one and be their for the awards banquet next spring. I would like to wish the best of luck to all of you with your new projects and your spring born babies. We all watch our pastures close to see if that next great one is out there. Don’t forget, it you have any question, feel free to call one of us and we will be glad to help solve your problems. Until next time, nay all your calves be champions and your experiences be memorable. Sincerely,

Lyle Blakley, OCCA President

www.oklahomaclubcalfassociation.com

2009-10 OCCA Youth Directors Shelby Stidham, President Lauren Sheive, Vice President Levi Shelby, Secretary 580-795-5795 merrily2@sbcglobal.net Dillon Travis, Treasurer Baylee Morris, Reporter 580-571-1880 charolaisshowgirl@hotmail.com

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Directors: Clint Barney

JD Steele Abby Chrz

Sara Greene Jenna Will

Michael Hatter Reighly Blakley

Youth Directors:

Beth Carter

Ronda Elizonda

Rae Ann Blakley

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2009-10 OCCA Senior Board Lyle Blakley, President & At Large Director okdrcc@hotmail.com 918-693-5768 Brian Courtney, Vice President brian.courtney@ivescollc.com 918-629-1603 Brian Chrz, Treasurer blchrz@hotmail.com 580-370-0561 Meridith Barney, Secretary mbarney@seiling.k12.ok.us 580-886-2342 Tim Stidham, Central District Director tbs-obi@excite.com 405-742-4553 Jim Bob Hendrickson, Northeast District Director jim.bob.hendrickson@okfb.com 918-857-1304

Appointed Directors: Rhonda Elizondo, Director/Co-Youth Advisor 580-351-8134 Beth Carter, Dir./Co-Youth Advisor carterb@helenachemical.com 580-821-6221 Kristie Clark, Director clarkfarms_kristie@hotmail.com 580-782-2414 Richard Gebhart, Director richard-gebhart@utulsa.edu 918-344-0022 Advisory Council Susan Gebhart, Show Contract Coordinator segebhart@hotmail.com 918-342-0327 Erica Boyer, Show Contract Coordinator ericasg@hotmail.com 918-344-0622 Rae Blakley, Co-Youth Advisor okdrcc@hotmail.com 918-683-5770 Cody McMurphy, Sale Manager mcmurphyfarms@hotmail.com 405-880-4587 Tracy McMurphy, Sale Manager tracymcmurphy@hotmail.com 602-549-4509 Nancy Blakley, Points Keeper okdrcc@hotmail.com 918-693-5773

Year-End Awards PURINA OVERALL EXHIBITORS Lauren Sheive Abbey Chrz Clint Barney TOP 10 SHOWMANSHIP Clint Barney Lauren Sheive Megan LaRue Abbey Chrz Brock Courtney Jenna Will Vivienne Hasenbeck Levi Shelby Cody Duncan Talon Alexander Matt Leedy TOP 10 HEIFER Brock Courtney Clint Barney LaurenSheive Jake Zumwalt Laken Lierie Mikka Harman Jonah Northcutt Kolby Shepard Abbey Chrz Shelby Stidham TOP 10 STEER Lauren Sheive Macy Griswold Garrett Hudgins

Bailey Buck JD Steele Cody Duncan Jonah Northcutt Barrett Newell Trevor Dudark Lucan Northcutt TOP NOVICE STEER Jonah Northcutt TOP NOVICE HEIFER Jonah Northcutt DISTRICT WINNERS CENTRAL Heifer-Madison Chaney Steer-Colton Griswold NORTHEAST Heifer-Casey Nail Steer-Rashele Blakley NORTHWEST Heifer-Baylee Morris Steer-Michael Hatter SOUTHEAST Heifer-Morgan Wynn Steer-Morgan Wynn SOUTHWEST Heifer-Vivienne Haenbeck Steer-Ry Schnider OCCA SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Rashele Blakley Justin Strate


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Missouri Juniors, Friends, & Family..

Glad to see that spring has finally arrived in Missouri! Many of you have been taking the opportunity the beautiful weather has given us and been hitting the roads going to shows. All your hard work and dedication is showing! August is right around the corner and we could really use your help to make our first award ceremony a success. Let’s all pull together to show the junior exhibitors just how proud of them we are. If you are interested in sponsoring the overall exhibitor or a specific breed award, please contact one the of committee members. Again, our goal is to present the members their awards during the State Fair. We hope to be able to publish or post something on the website soon on the showmanship standing… please stay tuned and thanks for your patience. It is never too early to start planning for next year. If you know a show that might be interested in joining our program… let us know! The more options to show everyone has the better! Take care, be safe and call or email if you have any questions.

www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

Upcoming shows

June 12-14 - Cattlemen's All-Breed Show in Sedalia July 17 - Henry Co. in Clinton July 18-19 - Boone Co. in Columbia

The MCCA is not-for-profit. This program has been created with only the best intentions for junior exhibitors in mind, but programs such as this are only a success if they receive support. Please feel free to contact any of the MCCA committee members below if you are interested in joining or have any questions.

Samantha Graves

Michelle Koelling

David Brooks

samantha.graves@transova.com

mnkoelling@hotmail.com

brooksfamilyclubcalves@yahoo.com

660.646.1242

573.694.1622

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Heifer Points

ANGUS Reid Richardson Ward Weigand Drechsel Gerke Barker Ward Connell Drechsel Weigand Wofford Kahlenbeck Richardson Kahlenbeck Rushly Ward Drechsel Longstreth Plank Ward Weigand Kilmer Sicht

Haley Ashlyn Carter Jessica Tanner Tyler Collin Cameron Gregory Tanner Jamylin Tyler Chris Ashlyn Chris Ashleigh Kyle Audrianna Brooke Brandon Cameron Jamylin Jamiie Caroline

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CHAROLAIS Henley

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CHIANINA Robinson Meyer Rushly Hudson Wells Decker Abramovitz Williman Weigand Barker Bastian Kahlenbeck Reeter Anstine Plank Wofford

Layne Shiana Amanda Samantha Luke Ethan Brianne Courtney Jessica Cassidy Chris Chris Seth Jared Brandon Tyler

125 84 84 53 45 43 23 19 11 10 8 6 6 5 4 3

HEREFORD Abramovitz Steiner Steiner Abramovitz Steiner

Brianne Steven Steven Brianne Steven

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Groose Abramovitz Phillips Phillips Gregory Ward Summers

Eric Brianne Amanda Amanda Jordann Kyle Evan

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LIMOUSIN Thomas Edwards Thomas

Reggie Scott Reggie

170 8 6

MAINE-ANJOU Meyer Shiana Fifer Kaitlin Carlson Rachel Schneider Justin Brooks Garret Fifer Kaitlin Brooks Makinley Fifer Kaitlin Zumbehl Justus

225 34 23 23 21 15 3 3 3

MAINETAINER Kempker Lea Barker Bellis Barker Kahlenbeck Robertson Williman

Evan Hannah Collin Holly Cassidy Chris Haley Courtney

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RED ANGUS Richardson

Ashlyn

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SHORTHORN Sicht Robertson Thomas Edwards Kilmer Wofford Phillips

Caroline Jenna Austin Montel Jamiie Cody Amanda

105 33 13 11 5 5 3

SHORTHORN Martin Davidson Carlson Bastian Gott Menne

PLUS Claire Derrick Rachel Jesse Kayla William

135 52 18 8 8 3

SIMMENTAL Aubuchon Fricke Williman Early Early Early Bolte Early Bolte Fricke Mawson Bolte Thomas Willard Templeton

Adriene Chelten Allison Mallory Mallory Brittany Lorryn Kennedy Lorryn Chelten Callie Lorryn Reggie Justin Danyelle

63 35 30 28 24 21 20 19 18 13 10 8 3 3 2

SIMSOLUTION Barker Collin Robinson Layne Kempker Evan Lea Hannah Meyer Shiana Schlup Cole

189 18 5 5 5 3

CROSSBRED Webb McCauslin Kempker Hudson Barker Moore Martin Staples Bastian Romine Abramovitz Brooks Staples Jennings Edwards Graves Robertson Barker Hance Meyer Abramovitz Bolte Deiters Hicks Reeter

126 103 95 88 38 25 21 18 15 13 10 10 10 8 6 6 6 5 5 3 1 1 1 1 1

Haley Jared Trent Tanner Cassidy Clayton Elaine Josh Chris Carrie Brianne Makinley Josh Bill Trent Maggie Brittany Collin Cameron Shiana Brianne Lorryn Jessica Lindsey Seth

Note: Points include the following shows that had reported by press date: Missouri AGR, No. Mo. Prospect Show, Green and Gold Classic, Midwest Mania, Kirksville FFA Preview, MU Block and Bridle, Pettis County Show, Holden FFA Preview, Booneville FFA Show, NWMSU Block & Bridle, Warrenton County Preview Show, and Gasconade Show. If a discrepancy is believed, please contact one of the committee members. Points do not accumulate until the date that dues are paid. You can still become a member

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Steer Points

ANGUS Keesaer Robinson Kempf Bellis

Laura Layne Zach Garren

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CHAROLAIS Schlup Henley Meyer

Cole Parker Shiana

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CHIANINA Wear Mawson Richardson Moore Dunakey Huebner Rushly Gerke Early Anstine Staples Bolte Sicht Kempf Page Prall Lea Luther Williman

Sidney Callie Ashlyn Clayton Zachary Morgan Amanda Adam Mallory Jared Josh Lorryn Caroline Zach Kayla Chelsea Hannah Carson Courtney

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HEREFORD Abramovitz Groose Williman Phillips

Brianne Eric Allison Amanda

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LIMOUSIN Clark Thomas Mawson Williams Gepner

Emma Reggie Mackenzie Cameron Morgan

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MAINE-ANJOU Clark Mason Stout Devon Mawson Callie Tallman Molly Weigand Jamylin Brooks Garret

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www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com Anstine Medwick Gerke Ward Rushly Dunakey Willard Loesing Longstreth Robertson Jennings

Jared Alex Tyler Cammie Ryan Zachary Justin Matthew Brooke Haley Bill

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MAINETAINER Hendrix Clayton

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SHORTHORN Mikel Jake Sicht Caroline Schneider Justin

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SHORTHORN Wells Plank Webb Abramovitz

PLUS Luke Brandon Haley Brianne

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SIMMENTAL Reid Huebner Martin Nieder Early Bolte Kempker

Tanner Tucker Laine Colby Brittany Lorryn Trent

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CROSSBRED Mawson Martin Ward Dilly Gerloff Martin Graves Morris Mawson

Callie Laine Kyle Evinn Dakota Claire Maggie Zac Mackenzie

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Wear Tallman Rushly Weigand Graves McCauslin Robinson Staples Martin Connell France Martin Dunakey Medwick Jennings Kempker Mawson Schmidt Aubuchon Menne Luther Mayes Webb Abramovitz Brooks Summers Martin Edwards Gerke Lea Buckner Jr. Edwards Reeter Robinson Robertson Gerke Prall Staples Templeton Edwards Hance Kempker McKenna Nieder Sicht

Sidney Molly Ashleigh Jessica Walker Jared Layne Adam Claire Gregory Bruce Elaine Zachary Kayla Bill Evan Callie Bryce Adriene William Travis Nick Haley Brianne Garret Evan Elaine Trent Adam Hannah Joseph R. Scott Seth Layne Brittany Tyler Chelsea Josh Danyelle Montel Cameron Trent Ray Colby Caroline

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Club Calf Association www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

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Ohio

1. Achor Club Lambs Bruce Achor 12350 SR 134 Martinsville, OH 45146 (937) 685-6561 Brood ewes, rams, ewe lambs, late wethers for sale privately 2. Stitzlein Club Lambs Mike Stitzlein 797 Co. Rd. 1754 Ashland, OH 44805 (417) 289-9520 3. Wildman Club Lambs Ben & Peg Wildman 4570 Cortsville Rd. Cedarville, OH 54314 (937) 766-1321

4. H&F Club Lambs, Club Goats & Livestock Guard Dogs Bob & Darlene Hare 10626 Fincastle-Winchester Rd. Winchester, OH 45697 (937) 695-0340 5. Miller Club Lambs Tom, Debbi, Charlie & Claire 2613 Bardshar Rd. Castalia, OH 44824 (419) 625-9384 Grand Champion Lamb, 1999 Ohio State Fair 6. Johnson Show Lambs Alan & Christy Johnson 767 S. Wenger Rd. Dalton, OH 44618 (330) 857-0500 7. Cotterman Brothers 8424 Twp. 94 NW Thornville, OH 43076 (740) 246-5815 Breeder of Res. Grand Champion Lamb, 2001 IN St. Fair & Grand Champion Lamb, 2002 IN St. Fair

8. Shady Hill Farms, Ltd. 11510 Music Street Newbury, OH 44065 (440) 796-4592 shadyhillfarms.com 9. Myers Club Lambs Steve, Pat & Tyler Myers 4450 St. Tr. 274 E. Rushsylvania, OH 43347 (937) 468-2035 smyers@loganrec.com

Indiana 1. Slack’s Suffolks Tom & Val Slack 1022 W 1300 N N. Manchester, IN 46962 (260) 982-8714 (260) 982-1391 2. Bell & Leonhard Show Lambs 2238 W. 50N Portland, IN 47371 Bob Bell (219) 726-7392 Michael Leonhard II (765) 584-0011 3. Dyer Club Lambs Scott Dyer 834 E. Co. Rd. 1250 N Chrisney, IN 47611 (812) 457-0320 Visits & inquiries welcome.

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Illinois

1. Ellerbrock Club Lambs Brad & Lisa Ellerbrock (309) 936-7515 13383 E 2000 St. Atkinson, IL 61235 Jeff & Kelly Ellerbrock 20082 N. 1450 Atkinson, IL 61235 (309) 936-7639 Cell (309) 944-7331 Visits & inquiries always welcome 2. Gresher-Fisher Show Stock, Inc. Ontarioville, IL (630) 837-7227 (630) 220-3743 gvcssi@sbcglobal.net www.gvcssi.com

Wisconsin 1. Impact Hamps Brian Reilly 17435 Cty W Shullsburg, WI 53586 Home (608) 596-2120 Cell (608) 482-2697


Iowa

1. McIlrath Show Lambs Sam McIlrath Laural, IA 50141 Harold (641) 476-3405 Sam (641) 476-5125 2. Schminke Club Lambs Al & Kandy Schminke 6641 24th Ave. Van Horne, IA 52346 (319) 223-5352 Show lambs and breeding stock schminkelivestock@msn.com 3. Cedarcrest Club Lambs Craig & Neal Smith 0955 160th St. Stanwood, IA 52337 (563) 942-3931 4. Hindman Show Lambs Mike Hindman 1648 640th Ave. Albia, IA 52531 Home (641) 932-3635 Cell (515) 491-7829 hindmanlamb@iowatelecom.net 5. Fastert Farms John & Sally Fastert 1148 Indian Ave. Rock Rapids, IA 51246 Home (712) 472-2296 Cell (712) 470-0587

8. RSO Livestock Roger & Sherry Olsen 3769 Little Wall Lake Rd. Story City, IA 50248 (515) 328-3366 Suffolk/Hampshire wether sires, wethers & replacement females 3 miles west of I-35 at Exit 128 9. Wright Club Lambs BJ & Krystal Wright 409 State St. Scanton, IA 51462 (712) 830-6128 bwright75@hotmail.com Show lambs & breeding stock

Nebraska

1. Lincoln Creek Suffolks Andy & Bonnie Jensen 1407 W. 16 Rd., Aurora, NE 68818 (402) 694-3936 (402) 694-6396 aandb@hamilton.net

Oklahoma

1. Johnson Club Lambs Bradley & Brian Johnson Gotebo, OK 73041 (580) 639-2336 Great selection of private treaty lambs 2. Cabaniss Club Lambs Joe (580) 323-2802 Riley (580) 323-9089 RR 1, Box 19 Arapahoe, OK 73620

Texas 1. Turner Show Stock Andy and Jeribeth Turner Van Alstyne, TX Andy cell: 254-290-0420 Jeb cell: 903-816-1208 office: 908-482-5618 www.turnershowstock.com Registered Hamps, Suffolks & Club Lambs

Colorado 1. Barr Club Lambs 2023 Overton Rd. Pueblo, CO 81008 Work (719) 542-6075 Home (719) 542-7260 Fax (719) 542-6010 clublambpage.com/Barr

Kansas

1. Mein Club Lambs 167 W 650 Ave. Girard, KS 66743 (620) 724-6512

6. Franz Farms Todd & M.K. Franz RR1, Box 165 Bingham Lake, MN 56118 (507) 678-2347 www.franzfarms.com Located 35 miles from the Iowa border 7. Rule Sheep Co. P.O. Box 71 Hawarden, IA 51023 Rob (712) 552-2498 Tyson (303) 588-3356

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Sale Dates Super Star, May 16, 1pm

Nationwide, June 13, 11am • Production 1pm Fall Nationwide, October 17, 1pm

6-year-old Ewes will eb sired by Cash, 118, Nickle&Dime, Pipeline, Holiday, Pistol. 100 head of yearling ewes like these pictured here!

Ram Lambs for Sale at the Farm

1. Reserve Supreme Ewe, Tulsa State Fair. 2. Supreme Champion Ewe, Tulsa State Fair. 3. Champion Shropshire Ewe, 2008 Tulsa State Fair. Shown by Carson Cabaniss.

22220 E1010 Rd. • Arapaho, Oklahoma 73620 cabanissok.tripod.com • cabanissok@itlnet.net Joe: 580-323-2802 • Riley: 580-445-6240 • Norman: 580-445-7553 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m June/July 2009

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See you at these upcoming shows... Chi Jr. Nat’l • Maine Jr. Nat’l Simmental Jr. National Delaware State Fair Iowa State Fair The Big E • KILE Eastern Nat’l Livestock Show Looking for a special gift for your showman or a unique thank you for your buyers? Think about a banner! They make great awards at shows, too!

Pets Weddings Families Seniors Livestock 2340 W. County Road 1000 N Jamestown, IN 46147 (317) 994-6100

Linde Sutherly

3661 New Carlisle-St. Paris Rd. New Carlisle, OH 45344 (937) 875-0670 lindeslivestockphotos.com On Farm and Show Photography View and order photos online!!

Specializing in shows, fairs, and on-farm cattle portraits.

Pearl Walthall 1051 NE 500 Windsor, MO 65360 660-647-2009 www.pearlspics.com

Official photographer of the Missouri State Fair

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Congratulations & thank you to the Vickland Family for a great year! Special thanks to Caldwell Show Cattle for purchasing this steer from us!

. 2009 Denver Champion Feeder Steer, Sarah Vickland • Champion at Purdue AGR • Champion at Kentucky Beef Expo

HOLM SHOW CATTLE Dave & Pat Holm, h: 507-677-2240 holmshowcattle@hotmail.com Trevor Holm, 507-227-6449 Tim & Julia Holm, 712-441-0469

Private Treat Sale “Lookin’ Fine in ‘09” coming on 09-09-09

Directions to Chandler, MN: 20 miles North of I-90, Exit 26 at Adrian on HWY 91

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Advanced vitamin & minteral supplement for all classes of cattle, swine, sheep, horses & goats.

Make Oxy-Explosion your driving force to put you in the winners circle!

Please contact JDK Products, Inc. 815.264.8887 • David Kearns, 815.739.3578

Shown by Nick Sullivan • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2009 NWSS Jr & Open Show • ASA 2007 & 2008 ShorthornPlus Show Heifer of the Year • National Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2007 & 2008 National Shorthorn Show • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2008 American Royal Jr & Open Show • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2007 NAILE • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2007 American Royal

SULLIVAN SUPPLY

1.800.475.5902, Dunlap, IA • 1.800.588.7096, Hillsboro, TX Dave Kearns, Jr., IL, 815.739.3575 • White Show Supply, OH, 740.225.0658 Sinnamon Show Supply, IN, 765.566.2007 Way-Mar Semen Specialists, IL, 815.223.2534

Reserve National Champion Shorthorn Bull, 2008 NAILE Owned by Cagwin Farms & Cyclone Trace Cattle Co.

DJ’s EXPANSION For A Winning Show Day Fill! Check out our newest product, DJ Expansion, used by the Reserve National Champion Shorthorn Bull.

Check out our website at www.oxyexplosion.com for our new Awards Program!

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Bred & Sold by Maas/Ripke Many-time Grand and Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, including “Heart of It All” in Lima, Ohio.

Bred & Sold by Golden Acres. Grand Steer, Pocahontas County Fair. Sold by Golden Acres to Friesth. Manytime Grand Champion Low-% Simmental Heifer. Undefeated in-class for career.

September 09

Pasture Sale • Laurens, IA Bred & Sold by Golden Acres/Salton. Re-sold by Ferguson. Shown by Robinson Family. Reserve Low-% Simmental Heifer, 2007 American Royal.

Bred & Sold by Ruppert/Johnson Shown by Shaw Family Many-time Champion Simmental Heifer

Golden Acres Simmentals

Doug Wenell 515.321.8457 Jeff Wenell 515.371.0764 Chad Wenell 515.231.3706

Raised by Golden Acres, Johnson, & Hoversten. Shown by Shaw Family. Many-time Champion Simmental Heifer

B.S. Show Cattle

Bred by Golden Acres. Sold by Andy Lown. Grand Champion Simmental Steer, 2008 Iowa State Fair.

Brent Svuba 712.358.1245 Brian Ruppert 712.260.6130

Maas Angus

Kevin Maas 641.740.0880

A&S Simmentals

Andy Frerk 712.358.1019

Brian Johnson

515.570.1245

Mike Shaw Family

515.231.2828

Krosch Cattle Company

Scott Krosch 712.378.3535

R&K Simmentals

Kevin Hauswirth 712.358.0129

1st Annual

Located at Golden Acres in Laurens, IA

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$10,000 CRCC Angus - Sold in The’07 Royal Edge Sale

$20,000 Stimulus AI Sire - Sold in the Western Bull Bash to Rob VanHove, SD

$54,000 Bred Heifer & Top Selling Bred ‘08 - Sold in the First Ladies Sale to Fred DeRouchey & Mark Sneed, SD

Kevin Mears, Owner

6136 Black Road • West Alexandria, OH 45381 937.533.0169 • 937.839.6142 • www.stockoptionsmarketing.com Emma Donor - Sold in the ‘07 Royal Edge Sale to Junk Cattle, IA

Sold in the First Ladies Sale to Guyer Cattle Company, IL

Buddy Love AI Sire - Sold in the Western Bull Bash to Wendall Dunn & Dean Kephart, OK

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Complete Sale Management - Sale Consulting

Are you thinking about selling cattle this fall or making a change in your current marketing approach? Stock Options Marketing provides professional, honest and knowledgeable marketing assistance. We can represent your cattle in a positive light on the national stage. We will be honored to devote time to your needs by working hard to ensure your sale is a success Please feel free to contact me at any time Kevin Mears 937.533.0169 • 937.839.6142 to discuss your operation and remember when it comes to marketing your livestock, you DO have options!


Reserve Grand, 2008 MI State Fair • Grand, 2008 MI Summer Expo Shown by Ryan Smoes

Grand Steer, 2008 Oklahoma/Arkansas State Fair. Shown by Derek Campbell.

Watch the website

Plan your summer travel to come to

www.wallacecountyclubcalves.com

Wallace County!

for 2009 baby pictures!

Reserve Grand, 2008 Michigan Summer Expo. Shown by Ryan Smoes.

Val Reiss 785-821-1010

Bryce Walker 785-821-1054

Dave 785-821-0056 Curtis 785-821-1600

Derek 785-821-3855 Wayne 785-943-5333

Chris Allen 719-767-5431

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Bids close at 5pm on

Heifer sired by Smart Money that can be dual registered Maine/Chi

Maine heifer sired by Smart Money

Bull calf sired by Power Plus that can be dual registered Shorthorn Plus/Maine

While in the area, also make plans to stop by Fischer Cattle Company

Steer sired by Smart Money that can be dual registered Shorthorn Plus/Maine Shorthorn steer sired by Ace of Diamonds

Ryan and Nancy Grathwohl Heter More pictures will be posted to our website:

www.dtrcattleco.com

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745 Ave S, Raymond, KS 67573 Nancy (785) 587-7947 Ryan (620) 727-3757 ngrathwohl@yahoo.com


Event catalogs available for download after October 20th at

www.humphreymarketingsolutions.com To request your free copy of the catalog please visit www.humphreymarketingsolutions.com or contact the sale manager.

The First Edition

Featuring the Nations Most Elite Genetics In the evening of Saturday, November 14th at the Hilton Garden Inn, Louisville Kentucky, held during the N.A.I.L.E.

Tyler B. Humphrey

419.230.3450 P.O. Box 314 • Harrod, Ohio 45850 tylerh@humphreymarketingsolutions.com

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Sunday, September 13th

BIDS close at 6:00 PM

We are located 5 miles North of I-70. Take Exit 137; then take State Road 1, cross over State Rd. 38 and take the second left on Crull Road. Showbarn on the right!

Final Solution

Immortal

(PB Shorthorn)

Heat Wave

(ShorthornPlus)

Sun Seeker

Tim & Emily Schaeffer Doctor Who

(1/2 blood Simmy)

Heat Wave 1

14622 Crull Road Hagerstown, IN 47346 765.541.0738

(1/2 blood Simmy)

Nate Tice

717.926.0874

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$25/unit

Contact Josh Greenhorn 937-681-1948 Sire: CF Solution Dam: K-Kim Mona Lisa 34P BW: 86# BW 1.2 WW 21.6 YW 41.3 MA 6.2

Many believe Achiever is one of the best to be produced in the Sullivan program. A member of the Champion Pen of Three Bulls in Denver, tremendous carcass data, with lots of positive performance in a 6.1 frame score and backed by one of the great females of the breed.

K-Kim Mona Lisa 34P: Dam of Achiever and his 2 full brothers. A phenomenon donor cow that is fast becoming a maternal legend.

SULL GNCC Primetime: 2008 National Champion Full brother to Achiever. Syndicated for $40,000.

Andy Vance 937-402-0068 Delaware, OH

SULL GNCC Solutionist: 2007 Res. National Champion Full brother to Achiever. Syndicated for $52,000.

Mike Carper Family 740-524-6521 Delaware, OH

Edward, Lori, & Kayla Williams 601-776-5127 • Quitman, MS

Dave & Josh Greenhorn 937-681-1948 Waynesville, OH

David & Sally Studer 419-347-7643 • Shelby, OH

David Schaffner 330-364-9070 New Philadelphia, OH

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The August 2009 issue of The Show Circuit promises to be our best yet... providing the world of show stock producers and enthusiastics with something to get excited about! Start planning now for the August State Fair Issue, our annual centerpiece edition. Not only will your advertisement be mailed directly to thousands of homes and show barns across the country, we’ll also be delivering FREE issues to State Fairs across the country.

Contact us today to discuss your August ad or upcoming catalog or email blast needs.

Roland Schumaker II 309.365.7105 roland@theshowcircuit.com Darla Aegerter 402.643.8122 darla@theshowcircuit.com

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BW: 90 lbs DOB:3-2-07 Sire: Heat Wave Dam: #22 (Cookie Monster)

Bryan, Stacy, & Denver McKay Orlando, OK • 405-747-8627


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Sired by Unforgiven Bred by Kent Haun

Sired by Unforgiven

Sired by Unforgiven Bred by Kent Haun

Sired by Unforgiven Bred by Kent Haun


Designer Genetics In Motion Eye Candy x Strictly Business x Double Down Heifer

Home of the Cow Palace Sale Facility Anita, Iowa Eye Candy x Who Made Who Steer

Hired Man x Heat Seeker Steer

Naughty Pine x Heat Seeker Steer

Naughty Pine x Heat Seeker Steer

Naughty Pine x Heat Seeker Steer Naughty Pine Steer

Naughty Pine x Fed Ex Steer Chris W ilson (641) 745-0323 Esther Trausch (712) 790-3033 etrausch04@yahoo.com Kyle Thom (989) 737-7402 Brock W elshans, (734) 368-4006

www.trauschfarms.com

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If you hate to throw away that first calf and would like to have one that you can still sell but don’t have to stay up all night worrying, then Grizzly is your answer to your calving ease troubles. This is a maternal sire that brings a lot to the table. He has hair, bone, look, squareness, soundness, and an extended family tree of baldies on both sides of his pedigree. This photo was taken at 2 years of age, so you make your own decisions when it comes to how you want your maternal cattle to look at that age.

Grizzly’s Dam

Sire: B&D 700M (Grizz/Blk Bear) • Dam: Hotmail/Simm (50% Simmental) • BW: 65 lbs. (out of a first calf heifer) DOB: 4.05.06 • 50% Simmental • ASA Reg. #2468117 • TH- & PHA-Free

Semen: $20

Guyer Cattle Co. Dave & Lucy Guyer, Robinson, IL • barn, 618.546.5035 • 812.243.1676

TOP SIRES

New owner!

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Home of the Cow Palace Sale Facility Anita, Iowa

www.trauschfarms.com

Chris Wilson (641) 745-0323 Esther Trausch (712) 790-3033 etrausch04@yahoo.com Kyle Thom (989) 737-7402 Brock Welshans, (734) 368-4006


Call for directions to the Eckloff viewing site & the Strolberg viewing site. I-80

• Kearney

Spring & Fall Born Steers, Heifers, Bulls

With over 600 head of calves to view (mostly embryo and AI calves) in all price ranges, we invite you to visit these two locations (within 15 miles of each other and I-80) and make this your I-80 “one stop” club calf shop.

Private Treaty Bid Sale

Tuesday, September 8 Bids Close: 6:00 pm

Calves available for viewing throughout the summer, and no calves sold prior to September 8th.

Raised by us.

Grand Steer, 2008 New Mexico St. Fair. Koby Cone, Roosevelt, NM.

Offering full siblings to many of these popular champions!

Raised by us.

Res. Grand Steer, 2007 Ak-Sar-Ben. Tyler Faber, Sioux Center, IA.

Champion Market Heifer, 2008 Nebraska State Fair. Atlanta Maronde, York, NE.

Reserve Limousin Steer, 2008 Houston Livestock Show. Brady Johnson, Fairfield, TX.

Grand Champion Steer, 2009 NWSS. Ky Stierwalt, Leedy, OK.

Champion Div. 2 XB Steer, 2008 Nebraska State Fair. Wyatt Anderson, Arapahoe, NE.

Raised by us.

Raised by us. Raised by us.

Grand Champion Steer, 2008 California MidState Fair. Conner Medeiros, Paso Robles, CA.

Champion Steer, 2007 Panhandle Parade of Breeds, Plainview, TX. Justin Forbes, O’Donnell, TX.

Raised by us.

Class Winner, 2008 & 2009 NWSS. Reserve Prospect Steer, 2008 Western Bonanza. Reserve Black Prospect, 2008 Cow Palace. Marcus Battaglia, Romona, CA.

Raised by us. Raised by us.

Spring calves will be available for viewing at www.strolbergeckloff.com or www.showsteers.com approximately mid-August. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to our buyers in the past year and we look forward to seeing you again in the fall.

1360 P Road, Minden, NE 68959 • 308-832-0517 • 308-830-0834 cell Chad Marsh, Herdsman: 308-440-8851

545 24 Road, Axtell, NE 68924 • 308-263-3531 • 308-991-1589 cell Jeff Livingston, Herdsman: 308-999-0036

Visitors always welcome!


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