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Jordan Acres70th Anniversary Shorthorn Production Sale Sunday, September 1, 2013 • 12:00 noon • at the farm, Sibley, Illinois Schedule of events -

General Sale Information -

American Shorthorn Association Genetic Defect Disclaimer: Unless an animal is listed on the American Shorthorn Association “genetic defect status list”, the American Shorthorn Association makes no Pre-sale viewing and light evening meal. representation of any kind as to whether or not the animal has a genetic defect. Saturday, August 31st Terms And Conditions: Cattle sell per the terms and conditions of the Coffee and donuts American Shorthorn Association. Announcements from the auction Pre Sale Lunch block on sale day will take precedence over the information printed in 1:00 p.m. 70th Anniversary Sale this catalog. The terms of payment are cash or good check (with Evening Social with live entertainment proper identification, i.e. drivers license), as well as Visa or celebrating Denny and Terri’s 35th Wedding Anniversary Mastercard, made payable to the sale clerks. If you choose to use a credit card, you will incur a 3% service charge which will be applied to Cattle available for viewing any time. the total sale cost (thus a $1,000 heifer will cost you $1,030). No cattle will be loaded until approved by the sale clerks. Health: Each animal selling will be accompanied with a state approved health certificate from its state of origin for interstate travel. Buyers should make themselves aware of the health requirements for their respective states. Bred females have been pregnancy checked safe by a licensed veterinarian. Updated breeding information will be available • Sale Day Phones: on a supplement sheet sale day. This sheet will take precedence over House: 217-784-4854 • Denny’s cell: 217-202-2865 statements in the sale catalog. All bulls selling are guaranteed to be breeders. • Sale Headquarters: Gibson City Inn, 217-784-4201 Breeding Guarantee: The Suggested Breeding Guarantee as endorsed (limited number of rooms) by the American Shorthorn Association will be followed. Registration And Transfer: All animals sell with completed pedigrees or Others available in Bloomington and Champaign. applications for registration in the hands of the sale manager. Please • Auctioneer: leave all transfer information with the sale clerks at the completion of Bruce Brooks, Marietta, Oklahoma the sale. 580-276-5137 • cell: 580-695-2036 Livestock Transportation: No cattle will be loaded until the • Livestock Representatives: completion of the sale. We will be happy to assist with arranging Montie Soules, ASA Executive Secretary delivery of purchases to your farm or a convenient location. 402-393-7200 Announcements made from the auction block take precedence over all printed material in this catalog. Darryl Rahn, Shorthorn Country Insurance will be availablle. Contact the clerk at the time of settlement 217-473-1124 for your insurance needs. Jeff K. Aegerter, Special Representative Liability: Each animal selling will be at the buyer’s risk as soon as sold. 402-641-4696 Neither the owners, employees, auctioneer, sale consultants, sale Kent Jaecke and Darryl Kent Jaecke, Special Representative manager, or other affiliated personnel can be held responsible for any Rahn working the 405-408-2440 injury or loss for those attending the sale, but will make every effort to ring and proving Alan K. Sears, Special Representative provide for the safety and comfort of those attending. plaid is slimming. 970-454-3986 • cell: 970-396-7521 Absentee Bids: We hope you will be able to attend. If you cannot Cindy Cagwin-Johnston, Sales Clerk attend and would like to purchase cattle, please call one of the 217-452-3051 members of the sale management team to receive your bidders number. • Sale Consultants: Embryo & Semen Lots: The buyer will be responsible for the shipping Don Cagwin: 217-341-7552 costs associated with the embryos and semen purchased in this sale. Darryl Rahn: 217-473-1124

Saturday, August 31st

Important Sale Information -

Photos taken by Amanda Jordan Harden “Mo”

Directions -

Don Cagwin taking bids over the phone.

From Gibson City - North on Route 47 to 900 N Road (about 3.5 miles); then east on 900 N 1.5 miles. From Sibley - South on Route 47 to 900 N Road; then east 1.5 miles. Jordan Acres would like to reserve the right to one flush, minimum of six embryos, on any of the females offered by Jordan Acres. This flush to take place at the convenience of the new buyer and at JA’s expense.

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Dennis and Terri Jordan Sibley, Illinois 217-784-4854 • cell: 217-202-2865 Shorthorn and jordan@prairieinet.net Polled Shorthorn Cattle Jason, Tasha and Isabella Bunting: Cabrey, Illinois, 815-252-5520 Amanda, Layne, Ty and Ely Harden: Gibson City, Illinois, 815-383-3117 Ashleigh, David, Dakota and Dalton Hall: Perkins, Oklahoma, 217-841-8586


es On Time March “Forty years sounds like a long time and I guess it is, but I can still remember the thrill of picking out my own purebred Shorthorn heifer and taking her home. I have carried a picture of that first heifer in my billfold ever since. There have been a lot of calves born since, and we have bought several. I’m sure most were better individuals, but somehow none can take that first one’s place. Through the years the Shorthorns have paid a lot of bills, brought a lot of thrills, and made a lot of friends for us. When I decided to buy an engagement ring, two steer calves paid the jeweler, and another paid for the wedding trip. It seems there were always the cattle to depend on. When the four kids got old enough to show calves, they all owned their own. The numbers grew along with the kids and as the years went by, the good old Shorthorns paid for four college educations. In September, Denny and I are going to bring forth our best. Oh, we’re still going to have several left to stay in the Shorthorn business, but we’re offering to share in our progress. We hope all of you come not only to spend money, but to invest in the future. Darrell Jordan

That introduction letter was in the catalogue of our first production sale in 1983. I, too, remember the first Shorthorn heifer that I owned, and the excitement that went with it. Many thrills along the way fill our memories; including breeding the Grand Steer at the Illinois State Fair Junior. Show in 1991 (to date no Shorthorn has repeated). But even more than the thrills, it is the people that have become close, lifelong friends from coast to coast and even a few from out of the country, that mean the most. We consider ourselves to be like most of the people in this breed. We are a family based operation and want to give our kids and grandkids the opportunity to live this great life. We work hard for what we have and always strive for more. Nothing is more gratifying than to have cattle that originate at Jordan Acres, succeed for their new owners. Sometimes resources of time and funds limit what we can do, but we do what we can with what we have and take pride in it. Please join us on September 1st, in helping us celebrate our 70 years. We are offering the best we have, and I think you will find they can work for you if you have a performance based herd or one that lives for the show ring. Bring the family and get to know us. Denny

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Lot 1

Hot Commodity

1

Shadybrook Delia 39r x4101700 bd 02/15/2005

red

female

ARMSTRONG GOLD VO27 *x, red DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 *x, red RB IRISH BABE 4TH x, rwm DEER TRAIL BUCKSHOT 5073 x, red SHADYBROOK DELIGHT 9J *x, roan SHADYBROOK DELECTABLE 37F *, roan

MAX39R BEPD

2.5

9.4

YEPD

MEPD

13.4 6.9 For reference and sale. Retaining 1/3 embryo interest only. Polled. Selling open and ready to flush. This donor female is one massive beast. One would have to travel a fair distance to find a female with more volume, depth and rib shape than Delia. She has been a good egg producer for us and therefore we feel obligated to offer her as Lot 1 in this sale. She is still in the prime of her producing life and has the potential to work with many of today’s sires.

1B

Cloud Nine

WEPD

embryos Selling one package of three embryos Sire: DF CLOUD 9 *x4164412 Dam: SHADYBROOK DELIA 39R x4101700 We are retaining a female from this mating that will be a future donor female.

JA Drummer HC 3J36

1A

bd 05/25/2013

red

*x4198117

bull BEPD

14.8

YEPD

MEPD

Sexed Heifer embryos

1C 2

Selling one package of three sexed heifer embryos Sire: Free K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x4141432 Dam: SHADYBROOK DELIA 39R x4101700

bd 01/04/2013

red

Lot 2

eT

*x4197974

heifer

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red JA COMMOTION HC 0J04 *x, red JA SONNY’S FELICITY 2J07 *x, roan DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 *x, red SHADYBROOK DELIA 39R x, red SHADYBROOK DELIGHT 9J *x, roan

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WEPD

1.8

23.4 4.7 Selling 2/3 interest and full possession. Polled bull. At picture time, he was at the ET facility and it was not possible to get a photo of this outstanding prospect. If you are searching for a potential herd sire with a unique pedigree and unlimited potential, study this calf. Low birth weight, performance, shape, volume, solid red, polled, he has it all. Take this one home and develop him the way you want and he won’t disappoint.

JA SB Delia Com 3J02

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3J36

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 *x, red SHADYBROOK DELIA 39R x, red SHADYBROOK DELIGHT 9J *x, roan

LE 3J02 BEPD

WEPD

2.1

13.2

YEPD

MEPD

21.9 4.1 Offered with Shadybrook Farm. Polled. Here is a female that could light up the show ring and move right into the donor pen. She is loaded with balance and eye appeal, and yet has the volume and performance that comes from her dam. This may be the first daughter of the exciting Commotion bull to Sell. This one will leave a mark.


HF Valentine *x4116029

3

bd 02/14/2006

white

pair

LE 601 BEPD

DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 22P ET *x, roan GFS COUNTESS 9302 *x, red JA/RF/RG CUFFS ET *x, rwm HAYNES GIZMO PRINCESS *x, roan JA SILVER QUEEN 8J60 *x, white

WEPD

4.5

20.0

YEPD

MEPD

29.5

3.9

AI’d to Hot Commodity on May 22. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after July 1. Polled. I remember well the day that this female was born. Haynes Family was just starting their small herd of Shorthorns and they called with a heifer calving. The late John Haynes always loved white ones. When this heifer was born, he was as giddy as a kid on Christmas day. From that day on, she has been a favorite. We showed Valentine for them and eventually purchased her from them when they reduced their herd. Length of body, sound, functional, this female is extremely reliable. You can see what she does in her yearling heifer and the bull calf selling with her.

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Pregnancy Selling a pregnancy due January 10, 2014 Recipient cow is a registered Shorthorn Sire: FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x4141432 Dam: HF VALENTINE *x4116029

JA Broker HC 3J10 *x4197932

3A

bd 01/12/2013

roan

bull

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 22P ET *x, roan HF VALENTINE *x, white HAYNES GIZMO PRINCESS *x, roan

LE 3J10 BEPD

WEPD

2.8

20.1

YEPD

MEPD

31.4

3.2

Selling 2/3 interest and full possession. Polled. This bull calf offers a lot of different things. He is an outcross to many of the bloodlines today. He has a tremendous amount of performance and growth. His sire and maternal grandsire are both known for calving ease, production, and good dispositions. At picture time, Broker was going through a growth spurt and had just been weaned. However, by sale day, he will get your attention. BW: 88 lbs.

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JA Valentine

4

bd 01/12/2012

roan

T L C

2J09 *x4197345

bred heifer

AR SU LU TONIC X x, red TONIC’S LAST CALL TLC *x, red SGK CALL GIRL ET *x, roan K-KIM GOLD COUNT 22P ET *x, roan HF VALENTINE *x, white HAYNES GIZMO PRINCESS *x, roan

LE 2J09 BEPD

WEPD

4.2

21.5

YEPD

MEPD

30.3

2.1

Bred MArch 31 to Hot Commodity; Pasture exposed to JA Voucher after May 15. Polled. If it weren’t for trying to make this Anniversary Sale our best ever, this female would be going right back into our herd. This is one of our first daughters of our All-American herd bull, Tonic’s Last Call. Bred to Hot Commodity for an early January calf, you will have a quick return on your investment here. If you are starting a herd or adding to an existing one, this female will make you a wise investment.

JA Commotion II HC 2J40 *x4197358

5

bd 11/05/2012

roan

bull

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan JA SONNY’S FELICITY 2J07 *x, roan JA FELICITY 7J12 *x, roan

LE 2J40 BEPD

WEPD

1.9

17.7

YEPD

MEPD

31.1

1.4

Selling 2/3 interest and full possession. Polled. When we sold Commotion at the Illinois Beef Expo, he made quite a “commotion.” We feel his little brother can do it again. Stout made, sound and correct, this calf has it all. An added attraction to many will be his flashy color. Commotion II spent most of the winter and spring at an ET facility and wasn’t pampered as a calf. Now, he is exploding into the dynamic herd sire we are all looking for. Watch for him at the Illinois State Fair before the sale. Don’t miss the opportunity to own him.

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JA Felicity HC 2J44 *x

6

bd 10/24/2012

roan

heifer

LE 2J44 BEPD

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan JA SONNY’S FELICITY 2J07 *x, roan JA FELICITY 7J12 *x, roan

WEPD

1.9

17.7

YEPD

MEPD

31.1

1.4

Offered with Luke Turner. Polled. This is the first female from this mating to be offered. Make this investment and you won’t regret it. Not only is she a top individual, there are 32 full sib embryos and we feel there is bound to be a show stopper. She is also a full sister to Commotion.

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embryos Selling one package of 3 Sire: FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x4141432 Dam: JA FELICITY 2J07X

JA ruffian HC 1J45 *x4182139 bd 11/08/2011

roan

bred heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 22P ET *x, roan JA GOLDEN RUFFIAN x, roan JA/RF RUFFIAN 3J06 x, roan

LE 1J45 BEPD

WEPD

1.7

19.1

YEPD

MEPD

30.2

3.2

Offered with D Zam T Shorthorns. Pasture bred for an early 2014 calf to JA Voucher. Polled. This is a great female to add to any herd. She won the November Calf Class at the Illinois State Fair in 2012 and will be back this year. She is sound from end to end and has the broodiness to survive any conditions as a cow. If you study her lineage, she is backed by real world genetics and astute cattle breeders.

Donor of Lot 7.

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SULL Augusta Pride 9133 *x4165668

9

bd 01/13/2009

red

bred female

K-KIM DAZZLER 972 *x, rwm TM DAZZLER 54P *x, rwm TM KIMILHILL L90 *, red WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan GCC AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127 *, roan SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127 *x, rwm

LE 9133 BEPD

WEPD

3.7

22.6

YEPD

MEPD

35.1

-1.6

Offered with Luke Turner, Circle H, and Wesley Burt. Breeding information on sale day. Polled. This young donor cow was purchased as one of the top bred females in the ’10 Sullivan Farms Sale. Her name needs no introduction to the breed and she is no exception. Extremely long bodied and feminine. She has a lifetime of production ahead of her. Don’t miss this young donor.

Lot 10

Lot 10a WHr

10

L S

bd 05/16/2006

Cumberland 6516 *x4121305 roan

female

4D DOUBLE VISION 7/8 *, roan SHERWOODS RED VISION 576M ET *x, red DSF QUEENS TRUMP 99TH *x, roan JA DAZZLE 6J15 ET *x, white WHR CUMBERLAND DAZ WR19 ET *x, roan WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 *, red

LE 6516 BEPD

5.6

WEPD

24.6

YEPD

MEPD

38.7

2.0

Offered with Reum Brothers. Polled. This big stout cow has done an excellent job of producing the good ones every year. She was purchased as a heifer from Bill Rasor and shown successfully. Breed this one to your favorite sire and she won’t let you down.

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JA r B Cumberland V 3J11 *x

10A

bd 02/18/2013

red

heifer

TONIC’S LAST CALL TLC *x, red JA VOUCHER TLC 1J26 *x, roan JA FELICIA 7J65 *x, roan SHERWOODS RED VISION 576M ET *x, red WHR LS CUMBERLAND 6516 *x, roan WHR CUMBERLAND DAZ WR19 ET *x, roan

LE 3J11 BEPD

WEPD

4.4

22.8

YEPD

MEPD

35.6

2.4

Polled. This was the first calf born by Voucher and to say we were pleased would be an understatement. Note the extension through the body and neck, and yet the shape and dimension. This one has potential and I would sure like to see her mated to Hot Commodity.


Lot 11

DFS Gold 002

11

JA Glamour Girl 4J42 eT

JA Party Girl bd 01/03/2006

roan

eT

*x4111567

female

ARMSTRONG GOLD VO27 *x, red DFS GOLD 002 *x, red DFS CARMELE 766 *, roan HUBERDALE MASTER CHARGE 42T x, rwm JA GLAMOUR GIRL 4J42 ET *, roan CEDAR CURVE COLEEN 7/8 *, roan

LE 6J03 BEPD

WEPD

3.3

19.3

YEPD

MEPD

31.3

4.5

Polled. This is the only actual daughter of our old Glamour Girl cow that we have left. These cows have left a pretty decent trail in the past decade and Party Girl still has considerable production left in her as Glamour Girl is still producing eggs at 19 years of age. Gold 002, her sire, is a bull that in my opinion, should have been used more in this breed. We are retaining Party Girl daughters that are sired by Blood Rock and TLC.

11A

JA Voucher T L C 1J26

JA Vector V 3J22 *x bd 04/09/2013

red

TONIC’S LAST CALL TLC *x, red JA VOUCHER TLC 1J26 *x, roan JA FELICIA 7J65 *x, roan DFS GOLD 002 *x, red JA PARTY GIRL ET *x, roan JA GLAMOUR GIRL 4J42 ET *, roan

bull

LE 3J22 BEPD

WEPD

3.3

20.1

YEPD

MEPD

31.9

3.6

Polled. This stout made bull calf has tremendous length and top. He is a little young to get a valid picture but has as much potential and pedigree as the top bulls of the breed.

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This group of heifer calves includes several daughters of Hot Commodity as well as a selection of various other sires. We feel there are many heifers that, in the right hands, could compete at any level. Each of these open heifers sells with two units of semen from any of Jordan Acres’ herd sires.

Heifers

Lot 12

Lot 13

Maternal sister to Lot 13.

L H

12

Party Girl 3J09 *x4197418

bd 02/11/2013

roan

heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red JA BLOODROCK 6J49 *x, rwm JA PARTY GIRL 9J65 *, roan JA PARTY GIRL ET *x, roan

LE 3J09 BEPD

WEPD

2.5

18.3

YEPD

MEPD

30.6

2.9

Offered with Layne Harden. Polled. This female is Layne’s show heifer this year. He showed her mother and produced this fancy heifer by mating her to Hot Commodity. I’m not sure where I would change this heifer. She could make any junior a super show heifer. Great disposition and a pedigree that includes our best. You will more than likely see this heifer in Springfield in August.

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JA Ciara HC 3J05 *x4197931

13

bd 01/07/2013

rwm

heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red RHF SIGNATURE THREE ET *x, red JA/RF SIGNATURE SUNSET *x, red RFHF CIARA SUNSET H61 *x, red

LE 3J05 BEPD

WEPD

1.8

13.5

YEPD

MEPD

25.5

0.7

Polled. Many of you will remember the Baseline x Ciara heifer that we showed a few years ago. She was later purchased at the top of the New Generations Sale by Cates, WHR and Shadybrook. This Hot Commodity heifer has been my favorite all spring. We have a full sister and mother of 3J05 to keep.


Selling choice of heifer

JA red Meg 3J13

14A

bd 03/04/2013

red

eT

*x4197972

heifer

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T 3/4 *x, red SULL RED REWARD 9321 7/8 *x, red MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q *x, rwm DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red AR SU LU MEG 6037 ET *x, roan

JA red Meg 3J14

LE 3J13 BEPD

WEPD

2.2

14.9

YEPD

MEPD

24.2

4.3

14B

bd 03/05/2013

red

eT

*x4197973

heifer

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T 3/4 *x, red SULL RED REWARD 9321 7/8 *x, red MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q *x, rwm DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red AR SU LU MEG 6037 ET *x, roan

LE 3J14 BEPD

WEPD

2.2

14.9

YEPD

MEPD

24.2

4.3

Polled. I purchased a package of three embryos at the Illinois Beef Expo from Circle H and Turner Shorthorns hoping to get a good heifer from this mating. However, I was fortunate enough to get two. These heifers are sired by the popular bull, Red Reward, that unfortunately died at an early age before the full use of him was realized. Their dam, Meg 270N, is the mother of Hot Commodity. Either of these two heifers could become the next great donor cow for the breed. Now that I’ve bragged on their bloodline, take a look at the heifers. Perfectly matched, stout made and eye-appealing. Moderate in frame and deep in their body. I would love to see one of these heifers mated to Trump or a son of his.

JA Duchess HC 3J03 *x4197929

15

bd 01/05/2013

rwm

heifer

LE 3J03 BEPD

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red AR SU LU OSAGE 502 *x, red JA DUCHESS O 9J72 *x, red JA/RF DUCHESS 1J43 *, rwm

WEPD

0.8

18.8

YEPD

MEPD

33.2

4.7

Polled. If you like cattle with performance, low birth weights, and practicality in every respect. This heifer will be right down your alley. Her mother is a daughter of Ar Su Lu Osage, a bull used for his calving ease and appeal to the Western Cattleman. Her mother is a young cow that is one of my favorites. I could see this heifer becoming a donor for the breeder that wants to go “a little different direction.”

JA Colonie Pat 3J15 *x

16

bd 03/14/2013

red

heifer

WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 x, red WAUKARU PATENT 8161 ET x, red WAUKARU 12H MELITA ROSE 5021ET, red DF PURE GOLD 3N *x, roan SHADYBROOK COLONIE 12T ET *x, roan SHADYBROOK COLLETTE 1H *, red

LE 3J15 BEPD

WEPD

3.4

41.1

YEPD

MEPD

65.1

3.9

Polled. I purchased two nice cows in the Shadybrook Sale last fall. Both were carrying the service of Waukaru Patent. When this calf was born, my plan was to keep her and put her back into my herd. However, in trying to make this sale special, I reluctantly offer this heifer. Solid red and stout from head to tail. I’m keeping the cow in an attempt to raise another one of these.

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JA Lindy B 3J17 *x

17

bd 04/01/2013

red

heifer

CF PRIMO X ET *x, roan SULL BEEF ET *x, roan WF EVERGREEN SABLE ET *x, roan DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 *x, red SHADYBROOK LINDY 54R *x, red SHADYBROOK LINDORA 9H *, red

LE 3J17 BEPD

WEPD

4.7

20.3

YEPD

MEPD

33.4

4.3

Polled. We were on vacation during the Robinette sale this spring but I knew I wanted to participate so I talked to Jason about the cattle and decided to try to buy the mother of Lindy. She calved a couple weeks after I got her home and had this little SULL Beef heifer calf. Trust me, I’m not always this fortunate.

Bred Heifers This group of bred heifers is a group I am very proud of. Several are daughters of Hot Commodity and others are daughters of TLC that are mated to Hot Commodity. They have never been overly fat. They were wintered on roughage and very little grain by-products (bean hulls and DDG’s). This is truly the cream of the crop of our replacement females. JA Duchess HC 2J07 *x4197344

18

bd 01/10/2012

red

bred heifer

LE 2J07 BEPD

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red AR SU LU OSAGE 502 *x, red JA DUCHESS O 9J68 *, rwm JA DUCHESS 7J69 *, rwm

WEPD

1.3

20.0

YEPD

MEPD

34.8

4.9

Pasture exposed to Voucher after April 25th. Polled. Here is another sound pedigree with outcross bloodlines represented. Performance and commercial cattlemen, sit up and take note here.

JA Augusta Linda HC 1J40 *x4182134

19

bd 10/06/2011

rwm

bred heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red DF CRUISER 611 TP ET *x, roan JA AUGUSTA LINDA 9J43 *x, roan GK AUGUSTA LINDA 264 x, red

LE 1J40 BEPD

WEPD

2.1

19.0

YEPD

MEPD

31.2

3.2

Pasture exposed to Voucher after April 25th. Polled. If you raise show steers and club calves, this female should excite you. We have had a lot of people that pick her out. Moderate framed but stout made as they come.

JA Special rose HC 2J06 *x4197343

20

bd 01/08/2012

red

bred heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red JA BLOODROCK 6J49 *x, rwm JA SPECIAL ROSE BR 9J61 *x, rwm JA SPECIAL ROSE 2J31 *x, red

LE 2J06 BEPD

WEPD

2.3

17.9

YEPD

MEPD

30.4

2.5

Pasture exposed to Voucher after April 25th. Polled. This heifer was a little slower coming on but when you realize that she is a twin out of a two-year-old, it is a little easier to understand. We are keeping her twin sister that is similar in kind but spotted in color, and I love spots…….NOT.

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JA Ciara Sunset T L C

21

bd 02/01/2012

red

2J18 *x4197349

bred heifer

AR SU LU TONIC X x, red TONIC’S LAST CALL TLC *x, red SGK CALL GIRL ET *x, roan RHF SIGNATURE THREE ET *x, red JA/RF SIGNATURE SUNSET *x, red RFHF CIARA SUNSET H61 *x, red

LE 2J18 BEPD

WEPD

3.2

14.9

YEPD

MEPD

24.4

-0.5

Polled. AI’d to Hot Commodity May 26. Pasture exposed to Voucher after June 15. These TLC females compliment Hot Commodity nicely. They have a little more extension and frame. When mated to Hot Commodity, the possibility is great.

JA Queen T L C

22

bd 03/03/2012

roan

2J23 *x4197347

bred heifer

AR SU LU TONIC X x, red TONIC’S LAST CALL TLC *x, red SGK CALL GIRL ET *x, roan JA CUMBERLAND MARC 5J22 ET *x, red JA MARC’S QUEEN 8J27 *x, roan JA SILVER QUEEN 8J60 *x, white

LE 2J23 BEPD

WEPD

3.1

20.8

YEPD

MEPD

31.9

0.9

Polled. AI’d to Hot Commodity May 26. Pasture exposed to Voucher after June 15. This big stout female is a descendant from the old Coleen cow that produced Glamour Girl, Celeen, etc. It seems when you look back, the good ones always show up in a lot of your pedigrees.

JA r B Cumberland T L C

23

bd 01/12/2012

red

2J15 *x

bred heifer

AR SU LU TONIC X x, red TONIC'S LAST CALL TLC *x, red SGK CALL GIRL ET *x, roan SHERWOODS RED VISION 576M ET *x, red WHR LS CUMBERLAND 6516 *x, roan WHR CUMBERLAND DAZ WR19 ET *x, roan

LE 2J10 BEPD

WEPD

4.7

23.8

YEPD

MEPD

34.9

1.1

Polled. AI’d to Hot Commodity May 26. Pasture exposed to Voucher after June 15. This cow family is easily recognized. Her mother and little sister Sell as Lots 9 and 9a. If you need a replacement heifer, this one will work.

L H Party Girl 2J15 x4197419

24

bd 01/29/2012

rwm

bred heifer

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY ET *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red JA BLOODROCK 6J49 *x, rwm JA PARTY GIRL 9J65 *, roan JA PARTY GIRL ET *x, roan

LE 2J15 BEPD

WEPD

2.5

18.3

YEPD

MEPD

30.6

2.9

Offered with Layne Harden. Polled. Pasture exposed to Voucher after April 25. This female got a little slow start as she was on a first calf heifer. Another one that goes back to Glamour Girl, her future is bright.

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Spring Calving Females

This group is from the heart of the herd. There is not one cow in this group that I wouldn’t like to keep but in an attempt to make this sale a good one….here they are.

JA Belly Dancer *x4124442

25

bd 03/13/2006

white

bred female

DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 22P ET *x, roan GFS COUNTESS 9302 *x, red JA/RF VOYAGER 2J11 *x, roan JA/RF FLASH DANCER 4J12 *x, roan CF FOOL'S DANCER 876 TP X *x, r/w

LE 6J32 BEPD

WEPD

2.3

17.2

YEPD

MEPD

29.0

4.1

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after April 15. This cow goes back to the Dancer female that was shown successfully by Cates Farms and Fred Ripberger. Later she was a reliable donor female. This granddaughter is a good one herself. Broad muzzled, deep ribbed and brood cow written all over her. We are keeping her Hot Commodity, January, bull calf to market next spring.

JA Shadra Sal 7J67 eT *x4137293

26

bd 10/14/2007

roan

bred female

CF SOLUTION X ET *x, rwm SULL GNCC SALUTE 532R ET *x, roan WF EVERGREEN SABLE ET *x, roan HUBERDALE BENCHMARK 24Y, roan HUBERDALE HB SHADRA 76C, roan HUBERDALE M C SHADRA 96W, red

LE 7J67 BEPD

WEPD

4.4

18.6

YEPD

MEPD

30.7

0.2

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after April 15. I tried to buy the Huberdale HB Shadra 76C female when Caney Valley Farms purchased her. Later, I had the opportunity to buy embryos by Salute out of her and didn’t let the opportunity pass. I got this female out of those embryos and later bought three more of the eggs because I wanted more of these females. Unfortunately, we lost her Hot Commodity heifer calf this spring from a quick illness. Shadra has plenty more great ones left in her.

JA r F

27

Gold Plated Fool eT

bd 10/01/2006

roan

bred female

BYLAND GOLD DUST *x, r/w BYLAND GOLD PLATED 4GD104 *x, red BYLAND AUGUSTA 1D40 x, red CF TRUMP X *x, roan CF DZ FOOL 169 TP X *x, roan CF DAZZLE FOOL 973 ET *, rwm

*x4163187 LE 6J46

BEPD

WEPD

3.9

25.6

YEPD

MEPD

42.1

6.5

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after April 15. The dam of this female was a favorite of anyone that saw her. She was a division champion two years in a row at the NAILE. This daughter is one of her best. Her bull calf from the fall of 2011, was division champion at the 2012 Illinois State Fair. Her January 2013, solid red, bull calf will be offered next spring. Tremendous cow in the prime of her life.

GK Augusta Linda 262 x4114048

28

bd 03/12/2006

red

bred female

DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 24P ET *x, red GFS COUNTESS 9302 *x, red GK STAR PACER *x, red GK AUGUSTA LINDA 254 *x, red GK AUGUSTA LINDA 185 *x, red

LE 163 BEPD

WEPD

4.2

18.7

YEPD

MEPD

28.4

5.0

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after calving. Here is one of the females that originally came from the late George Slater. His entire herd contained the Augusta Linda bloodline. When you see these cows, you will know why. Her April bull calf will be weaned off and sold at a later time. I am retaining two daughters of this cow.

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GK Augusta Linda 264 x4114047

29

bd 05/23/2006

red

bred female

DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM GOLD COUNT 24P ET *x, red GFS COUNTESS 9302 *x, red MF PACER *x, red GK AUGUSTA LINDA 237 *x, red GK AUGUSTA LINDA 183 *x, red

LE 168 BEPD

WEPD

3.0

19.7

YEPD

MEPD

29.8

4.8

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after calving. The footnote from the previous cow works here too. I might add the fact that both of these females do not carry an asteric in their registration number. Again, we will be weaning off her April bull calf before the sale in hopes of marketing him next spring.

JA Picture Perfect 9J41 *x4197361

30

bd 05/10/2009

red

bred female

AR SU LU TONIC X x, red CF V8 VERSATILE X *x, red CF SISTER ROSE 280 SP X *x, roan DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 *x, red SHADYBROOK PEONY 89-T *, red MF PICTURE PERFECT BP114 x, roan

LE 9J41 BEPD

WEPD

2.7

19.2

YEPD

MEPD

31.1

4.6

Polled. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity after July 1. The pattern and profile of this young cow is just what her name says…Picture Perfect. She is feminine, balanced and a perfect udder. Calved in March and we are saving her calf to market later.

CF Myrtle Bo 920

31

bd 02/06/2009

roan

BS

*4114048

bred female

CF TRUMP X *x, roan HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET *x, roan NPS DESERT ROSE 004 *, r/w SR RED RIDERS DRIVE *x, red SULL RIDERS BO BO 7054 ET *, red CF MYRTLE BO 93 TP X ET *x, roan

LE 920 BEPD

WEPD

5.5

18.0

YEPD

MEPD

32.4

3.2

Horned. Pasture exposed to Hot Commodity afer July 1. This female has done an extremely good job for us after we purchased her at Cates Farm Sale as a bred heifer. She had Sonic heifer calf as a two-year-old and two really nice steer calves since. Sound udder and does it all on her own.

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Late Summer/Fall Calvers This group of cows will have new calves at their side or will be close to calving at sale time. As with the group of spring calvers, this is a select set of females that will please the most critical. All of the babies will be sired by Hot Commodity. WF Bobbi 9J42 *x4160421

32

bd 05/19/2009

white

bred female

DF PURE GOLD 3N *x, roan JA CANADIAN GOLD 26T *x, roan SHADYBROOK DELIA 39R x, red JA RF RASOR'S EDGE 4J42 ET *x, roan JA HFS BOBBI 7J31 *x, roan JA BUSTER'S BOBBI SOX x, r/w/m

LE 9J42 BEPD

WEPD

3.4

18.4

YEPD

MEPD

31.7

4.6

Polled. Offered with JC Walker and Haynes Farms. Bred back to calve this fall to Hot Commodity. This young female is a daughter of JA Canadian Gold, a son of Lot 1 and Pure Gold. She was a successful show heifer and is now producing the good ones. JC Walker is showing her fall 2012, son of Hot Commodity this summer.

JA Cumberland Margie 8J05

33

bd 01/16/2008

roan

*4137293

bred female

SHADYBROOK CENTURION 18L *x, red JA CUMBERLAND MARC 5J22 ET *x, red WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 *, red EIONMOR MR GUS 85C x, red SH FAF MARGIE'S GUS *x, roan DFS MARGIE 6109 *x, red

LE 8J05 BEPD

WEPD

5.3

25.9

YEPD

MEPD

40.5

1.2

Bred to Hot Commodity to calve before sale day. This cow would not be selling if we weren’t retaining a yearling Hot Commodity daughter. She has clicked extremely well with Hot Commodity and we are expecting another exciting calf later this summer. Her maternal brother by Hot Commodity was the fall bull calf that we had in Louisville last fall that sold to Du-Lyn.

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JA Felicia 7J65 *x4137306 bd 10/09/2007

roan

bred female

CF TRUMP X *x, roan DF CRUISER 611 TP ET *x, roan LHS ORANGE GIRL 92X *x, roan HS RODEO DRIVE 062WR *x, red JA FELICIA 3J02 *x, red JA ROSE ANNA KC 516 x, roan

LE 7J65 BEPD

WEPD

2.5

18.8

YEPD

MEPD

33.6

5.2

Polled. Offered by Ashleigh and Jordan Hall. Will calve soon after the sale to Hot Commodity. This big stout female has always been a producing beast. She is the dam of our herd sire JA Voucher. She also is a direct descendant of the Rose Anna cow family that is deep in most of our bloodlines. We are retaining a Hot Commodity daughter.

WHr

35

Lily WY 8011 eT *x4171851

bd 010/08/2008

roan

CF TRUMP X *x, roan HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET *x, roan NPS DESERT ROSE 004 *, r/w WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan LILY 504L *x, red GFS WYNONNA 9006 x, red

bred female

LE 8011 BEPD

WEPD

4.8

13.3

YEPD

MEPD

23.4

-1.1

Polled. Offered with Cates Farm. Bred to Hot Commodity; due shortly after sale date. This young female is just coming into her prime. Sired by the well known Bloodstone, and from the Lily family. Here is a female that will hit pay dirt soon, and quite possibly with the Hot Commodity calf that will come shortly after the sale.

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CF BSG Cumberland 953 eP

36

bd 03/04/2009

rwm

*x4150787

bred female

CF TRUMP X *x, roan CF EPIC X ET *x, roan WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 *, red AR SU LU TONIC X x, red CF BSG CUMBERLAND 6135 *x, red WHR CUMBERLAND AMY 4001 ET *x, red

LE 953 BEPD

WEPD

3.6

22.3

YEPD

MEPD

36.7

-0.4

Polled. She will calve by sale day to Hot Commodity. This solid red, Cumberland female has had two heifer calves for us and we feel confident to offer her. If you don’t own a Cumberland, here’s your chance.

CYT Missie edition 9157 *4155796

37

bd 01/09/2009

roan

bred female

DEERPARK IMPROVER 5, red NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET *x, roan KA'BA ROSE T90 *x, roan LIMITED EDITION OF VOLGA , roan OS MISSIE EDITION 1J, red OS MISSIE VENTURE 1G x, red

LE 9157 BEPD

WEPD

3.2

24.7

YEPD

MEPD

36.3

1.6

Horned. Should calve around sale time to Hot Commodity. When I purchased this female at the Cyclone Trace Sale, I liked the fact that she was an outcross female. She is deep in Irish and Dakota breeding. Sound functional cattle in her background. We are keeping her heifer calf by TLC from 2012.

JA/rF Diongsus 3J14 *x4068551

38

bd 03/01/2003

roan

bred female

RAMSHOLT BALMUCHY PRINCE 24F x, roan STUDER'S PRINCE JAMES 99 x, roan EIONMOR MOCHICAN RUBY 55A, red MB STEER MAKER 816 7/8 *x, roan JBS DIONGSUS 622 137 96X *x, roan JBS DIONGSUS H385X x, roan

LE 3J14 BEPD

WEPD

1.8

7.5

YEPD

MEPD

12.8

5.7

Polled. She will have a Hot Commodity calf by sale day. Not very many Studer’s Prince James daughters will ever leave here again. They are as productive as any sire group we have had in our 70 years. When you hear someone talking about “broad muzzled, deep jawed and broody,” here is what they mean.

Haynes Gizmo Princess *x4111606

39

bd 01/24/2004

roan

bred female

CF TRUMP X *x, roan JA/RF/RG CUFFS ET *x, rwm WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 *, red JA CASH 4J07 ET *x, white JA SILVER QUEEN 8J60 *x, white JA CELINE 6J37 *x, roan

LE 401 BEPD

WEPD

2.6

15.9

YEPD

MEPD

29.9

2.6

Polled. One Hot Commodity heifer calf could make this cow a “cash cow,” and she may have it by sale day. Note the barrel on this female. In 2012, she had a set of twin bull calves that were sold at 14 ½ months of age, weighing in excess of 1,350 lbs. each.

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reference Sires and Semen Lots

reserve Grand Champion Heifer 2013 Shorthorn Junior Nationals

Sired by Hot Commodity • Shown by Clayton Boyert

Free K-Kim Hot Commodity eT

40 A

bd 01/17/2008

red

reference bull

STUDERS PRETENDER 96TH *x, red K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET *x, red RB RUBY 177TH, red DFS GOLD 002 *x, red K-KIM MEG 270N ET *x, red AR SU LU MEG 6037 ET *x, roan

*x4141432 LE RE 814

BEPD

WEPD

1.1

20.2

YEPD

MEPD

33.3

2.4

Polled. In seven decades of raising Shorthorns, here is the bull that has really rang the bell. His popularity continues to explode. Not only do we tout him as easy calving, he is a homozygous polled, his feet are large and sound (never been trimmed), and his disposition is great.

Selling three units of sexed heifer semen (flush quality). This semen will not be offered commericially

****Special attraction sale day only*** Bring your semen tank and check book. Hot Commodity semen that is paid for at the sale, will be priced at $30 per unit. (Regular price $40) A-18

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Lot 40B

Lot 40C Studer’s Prince James 99 x4009041

40B

bd 03/19/1999

roan

reference bull

ALTA CEDAR ADMIRAL 46A x, roan RAMSHOLT BALMUCHY PRINCE 24F x, roan RAMSHOLT RITA MAE 18X x, red GAFA MOCHICAN x, red EIONMOR MOCHICAN RUBY 55A , red EIONMOR KNIGHT'S RUBY 65P

LE 32J BEPD

WEPD

2.9

18.4

YEPD

MEPD

28.1

4.6

Tonic’s Last Call T L C *x4137512

40C

bd 04/21/2007

red

reference bull

DFS RIDER EAGLE 176 ET x, red AR SU LU TONIC X x, red AR SU LU FIRST RAPTURE x, red DF VEGAS 310M ET *x, white SGK CALL GIRL ET *x, roan CELINE 2K *, roan

LE B708 BEPD

WEPD

3.8

23.0

YEPD

MEPD

31.1

0.2

Polled. Prince James is a product of our good friend Dale Studer. He is 100% Western Canadian breeding. His daughters are foundation females in all respects. His semen is in very limited supply and will not be sold in quantity.

Polled. We are very pleased with the calves by our TLC bull. Bred to be calving ease, TLC was the All-American two-year-old bull in the 2009-1010. This semen would be excellent to use on show heifers.

10 units of conventional semen selling in two lots of five units each.

Five units of sexed heifer semen.

Thank You! For attending our Sale, and we look forward to working with you for the next 70 years.

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Jordan acres 2013 catalog  

Jordan Acres 70th Anniversary Production Sale - Shorthorn Cattle