The Canadian Shorthorn Report - January 2022

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Impressive and Practical Beef Bulls HC North of 49 55G

Since 55G sold to Wernacres in Illinois, we have had several inquiries about semen from Canadian breeders. Our original plan was for him to come back for the 2021 Agribition show and stay in Canada until semen was collected, but Covid and border restrictions ended that idea. Right now, he is on display at the US National show in Oklahoma City and then he will be dropped off at a stud for collection. We are hoping to have semen here for this year’s breeding season. Semen will be limited so contact us as soon as possible to get on the list if you want some. Semen will be available at $50/straw (min of 5). A ¾ brother sells on March 8th in the Sun Country sale.

HC FL Touchdown 123T ET

The 2009 Canadian National Champion Bull. Looking back over the years and the bulls we have used, Touchdown is one that we need to use again. He sired moderate framed cattle with thickness and fleshing ability. His daughters have excellent udders and are fertile. Semen is $35/straw (min 5 straws).

HC Bluebook 22B ET

Bluebook topped our 2015 Sun Country sale at $32,000. He later came back here as a herd sire and he sired some excellent calves, including two sons that sold for $24,000 and $13,000 in last year’s sale. It was a sad day when he had to leave the farm due to injury. Semen is $35/straw (min 5 straw).

We have semen available from a host of other sires. We will be offering a good selection of herd sire prospects and a great set of replacement heifers in the

Sun Country Shorthorn Sale.

Horseshoe Creek Farms Ltd.

Horseshoe Creek Shorthorns

We welcome your inquiries anytime. The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

Weyburn, Saskatchewan Grant & Chris Alexander, Gerald Alexander 306-861-5504 www.horseshoecreekfarms.com horseshoecreek@sasktel.net Page 3


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Adversity Builds Character! I usually sit down to write the editorial for this January issue in late December, and I always seem to look back at the previous year and then try to look to what the New Year will bring us. My first thoughts when looking back, were that I didn’t want to even think of what 2021 had brought us. There were so many negative things in the world I live in, like record breaking drought, feed shortages, water shortages, record high temperatures, devastating wind damage, and on and on. (Not to say anything about the moving target called COVID!) I also realize that there were lots of issues in other parts of this country from never ending rain, flooding, wild fires and record winds. It seems that most everyone had their own set of challenges in the past year. After reflecting on this for a few brief moments, I realized that there were also some very good things that happened in the past year. I have said before, that to me, there is nothing as devastating as drought. It truly does mess with my mind. Not only does it make me scramble to figure out how I will gather enough feed to get through the next winter, it actually made me wonder if we should even plan to offer breeding stock for sale as I didn’t think there would be anyone interested in buying them. There were even a few days where I wondered if we should cancel our March bull and heifer sale, for the same reasons. Fortunately, those thoughts were short lived and I got my head sorted out properly again. This wasn’t the first drought I have seen. I have always survived the previous ones and I decided I would survive this one as well. I kept reminding myself that I was fortunate that I didn’t have as many

cattle as I used to have! There is an old saying here, that you always have to make your cow numbers fit your feed supply. That certainly wasn’t going to work in 2021, because if I did, I would have to sell off most of the cattle I had left. Now we are only a few months away from spring and green grass and I am optimistic that we have turned the corner and are heading to a great year ahead. I think our breed has had an excellent 2021 despite everything Mother Nature has tossed in our paths. I think Shorthorn sales have all been tremendous through the fall sale season. We have not only seen record prices being broken on a few occasions, but we have also seen record sale averages across the board. This is more proof that quality cattle will sell for good prices in most any situation. The numbers of people who purchased their first Shorthorns for their herds is pretty long. The ball has started to roll and I think it is gaining momentum. Just a few weeks ago, I had a cattleman who had purchased his first Shorthorns a few months ago, say that he had heard of Shorthorns all his life, but he didn’t realize what he was missing out on, until he actually added some to his herd. I have half jokingly said for years that if every Shorthorn breeder gave two heifer calves to someone who raised another breed, with the only stipulation being that they had to keep them until they weaned at least one calf, that we would probably see a major increase in our membership. It would be an investment that would pay for itself in many ways over a few years. As I walked down the aisles at Continued on page 8 The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


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Canadian Shorthorn Association Board of Directors President

Ray Armbruster Rossburn, MB Ph: 204-859-2088 Cell: 431-761-4477 ray.armbruster@gmail.com

President Elect Bob Merkley Aldergrove, BC Phone 604-607-7733 Cell 778-240-7233 circlemshorthorns@telus.net Directors

Dan Stephenson Okotoks, AB Phone 403-938-4112 Cell 587-436-2224 djstephenson1@gmail.com Richard Moellenbeck Box 47, Englefeld, SK S0K 1N0 Ph:306-287-3420 Cell: 306-287-7904 bellmfarms@outlook.ca Dale Asser Duntroon, ON Cell 705-444-9403 hillhavenshorthorns1@gmail.com

Dennis Cox Compton, QC Phone 819-837-2086 Fax 819-820-5080 triplejcox2018@gmail.com Marvin Peters Springfield, PE Phone 902-315-2939 mipet@yahoo.com Canadian Shorthorn Association Belinda Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer Email office@canadianshorthorn.com Shayla Chappell Member & Registry Services registry@canadianshorthorn.com Phone 306-757-2212 Fax 306-525-5852 2nd Floor, Canada Centre Building Evraz Place, Box 3771, Regina, SK S4P 3N8 Office hours - M-F - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm www.canadianshorthorn.com https://csa.digitalbeef.com Page 6

CSA News... This will be my last report to you from 2021 as we will be in the New Year when this reaches you. This past year has been a roller-coaster of challenges and working through adversity and uncertainty, dealing with Covid, drought and factors which are out of our control. I want to speak positively of the good things that have been successfully accomplished and will carry us forward into 2022. As we moved through 2021, events seemed doubtful at times but shows and sales came through. I must commend the show organizers and Shorthorn participants that made this possible and successful. Shorthorn Breeders brought forward good strong Shorthorn genetics that will serve our Shorthorn people but also the kind of beef cattle that will compete and continually be well received in the beef industry in Canada and abroad. I cannot remember a year with as many Shorthorn sales with high numbers of animals sold as we have had this year. As I watched and reviewed the sales I think we can feel very positive about the results. With the largest number of animals sold in recent history and the quality of animals evolving in a positive manner, Shorthorn genetics are being very well received by established and new Shorthorn breeders to expand and or improve their herds. We are also seeing commercial breeders participating by bringing commercial animals to sales and also purchasing Shorthorn genetics to add to their operations. We’re also seeing new breeders starting new herds and expanding existing ones and this is a trend that should continue. I would like to commend Shorthorn breeders across the country on the quality of animals produced and presented at shows and sales and we will hopefully see this continued into the new year.

By Ray Armbruster

was kicked off last year. Make sure to check all the tabs including a new For Sale feature. We will continue to expand this feature throughout the year and encourage members to check it out whether buying or selling. There is a place to submit material and if you have trouble, contact Shayla at the office. A reminder to breeders who have sold animals to new Shorthorn owners to reach out to them to direct them to the web-site. They can get lots of information and the assistance they may need to become members and register their animals. Also a reminder that we are going to proceed with the survey that was promised in the fall. It will arrive in the new year, better late than never!! We ask that you participate and fill it out as this will be very beneficial for the board to continue planning on your behalf. The CSA annual general meeting will be held in Brandon, Manitoba June 2-4, 2022 at the Clarion Hotel. Along with the meeting will be various events and activities for members to attend. More details to follow. Please check the Manitoba and CSA web-sites in the next month or so. This is always a great opportunity for members to get together and have formal and informal discussions to keep the Shorthorn breed moving ahead. In closing I would personally like to thank the board members for their work and commitment to maintaining a strong Shorthorn Association. A special thanks to our staff Belinda, Shayla and Ruth for their continued dedication to their work. I hope everyone has enjoyed a wonderful festive season and wish everyone continued success in 2022!

A reminder to check out the Canadian Shorthorn Association web-site which The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


AMENDMENTS TO THE BY-LAWS OF THE CANADIAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

The By-laws may be amended by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members who have voted through a mail in ballot. Notice of all proposed amendments shall be given to the Secretary in writing, signed by two members in good standing, at least sixty (60) days prior to the date of the annual meeting. The membership will be provided by mail, with all notices of motion received at least 30 days prior to the annual meeting. All notices of motion will be taken to the Annual Meeting for discussion and debate and may be amended there by a simple majority of votes cast. Within 15 days of the annual meeting a ballot, along with the notices of motion, or, amended notices of motion will be mailed to the membership. Ballots must be returned to the Canadian Shorthorn Association office no later than 45 days after the Annual Meeting to be counted. The results of any votes will be held in total confidence until all votes are counted and the results of all votes will be released by the Canadian Shorthorn Association President or Board of Directors. In order to receive a ballot in 2022, memberships must be purchased on or before June 4, 2022. Amendments to or the repeal of any by-laws shall become effective upon approval by the Minister of Agriculture (Canada) and registration in the Department of Agriculture (Canada). All Notices to amend the By-laws must be received in this office by Tuesday, April 5, 2022.

THE CANADIAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION 2nd Floor, Canada Centre Building, Evraz Place, Box 3771, Regina, SK S4P 3N8 Phone (306) 757-2212 Fax (306) 525-5852 email office@canadianshorthorn.com Ray Armbruster, President Belinda Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer

The Annual General Meeting of THE CANADIAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION will be held SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2022 at the CLARION HOTEL 3130 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, Manitoba R7B 3Y3 (204) 728-5775 The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

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Adversity Builds Character! Agribition, the thought came to me that there were probably more Shorthorn exhibitors in the show that did not even own Shorthorns 10 years ago, than there were long time exhibitors. This makes me very happy and it tells me that we are heading in the right direction. This breed is getting noticed and it has been wonderful to see more Shorthorn bulls and females win major Supreme Championships over all other breeds in the past few years than ever before. I think we should all be thanking the breeders who developed and promoted these great cattle as we all benefit from their efforts.

Continued from cover

I have not made many New Year’s Resolutions in the past, but this year, I have made one that I hope I can keep (well, most of the time anyways). It is that I am going to try to concentrate on the positive in the coming year. I expect I may break this resolution on occasion, but I don’t know of any rule that says I cannot pick it back up and start over. I am convinced that this breed is as good as our breeders want it to be. Let’s all try to make 2022 a better year for ourselves, our families and the Shorthorn breed - that one thing that ties us all together. Onwards and upwards! All the Best in 2022! Grant

Johnathan Garth Inglis

Johnathan Garth Inglis, age 45 years passed away on Sunday, September 9, 2021 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. John was born in Brandon on January 4, 1976 to Garth and Deb Inglis. Growing up on a farm near Rapid City, John attended Rapid City Elementary and Elton Collegiate. He enjoyed playing baseball, hockey and curling. He was a member of the 4-H Beef Club, showing cattle at various events, liked horseback riding and rodeo; both watching and a short try at bull riding. John was a hard worker and always on the go. Throughout his life he held various jobs including farming, working on the rigs in Alberta, trucking and most recently, he worked for the RM of Oakview. When he wasn’t at work, he was often helping out with the family cattle and other farmers in the area. Family was John’s pride and joy; he was truly a family man and his family was everything to him. He enjoyed helping his kids with 4-H, hockey and anything else they were interested in. John will be lovingly remembered by his wife Amanda, Children, Wyatt, Alyssa, Sierra and Chance, parents Deb and Garth Inglis, brother Tim (Tracey) Inglis, sister Sam (Joel) Carpenter, parents in law Cindy and Doug Sigvaldason, sister-in-law Rebecca (Keith) Houston, brother-in-law Mike (Paige) Sigvaldason, nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his grandparents John and Bert Sibbald and Roy and Dorothy Inglis, cousin Leon Houle and uncles Leo Houle and Don Inglis. A private funeral service was held Friday, September 24, 2021 with Reverend Cliff Paul officiating, interment followed at Rapid City Cemetery. A note from the Inglis Family: Our family wishes to thank the Manitoba Shorthorn Association for dedicating their Shorthorn Show at Brandon Ag-Ex in John’s memory. He would have been proud and smiling from above. I am sure he was there in spirit. John truly loved the Shorthorn breed and the friends he made over the years. He was a quiet guy who was just there with a helping hand whenever needed. To have John acknowledged in this way gave our family a great feeling. He is gone from our midst but will remain in our hearts forever. Thank-you so much. Page 8

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Starbright Shorthorns Rena Nelson 780-201-2785 Bonnyville, AB nelson.ericrena@gmail.com

Starbright Shorthorns would like to thank the following buyers for your 2021 purchases from our program: Bender Shorthorns Bell M Farms Sharom Shorthorns Silverline Shorthorns Trieber Shorthorns Kroner Cattle Co. Hattie Lake Shorthorns Schafer Shorthorns Leon Scaub & Sons Ltd. Wolff Land & Cattle Ltd. Jake Weins Mike Ochran Phil Crampton Wayne Davie Kyle Nimigeers

Wishing a successful year to all in 2022!! The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

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Trieber Farms Beaverlodge, AB Fred: 780.831.1346 Naomi: 780.814.0052 www.trieberfarms.com

CCIA UPDATE FOR CANADIAN SHORTHORN MEMBERS We have been made aware of concerns regarding unclear communications and confusion impacting producers. This is an effort to try to dispel some rumours and clear the air on proper traceability practices. Miscommunication we’ve been hearing:

Shorthorn tags and inventory is currently unavailable.

This is NOT TRUE. Currently Shorthorn tag inventory is not being housed evenly between the two CDMV (CCIA’s tag distributor) warehouses sometimes creating a “Back Order” message. We assure you THE PRODUCT IS NOT BACK ORDERED, and this is simply a technical communication issue with the CDMV’s order process. Plenty of stock remains. Place an order regardless of the Back Order message and the product will be shipped out directly to you.

Producers must have Shorthorn tags in all animals to show next year. This is NOT TRUE. Producers are strongly encouraged

to have a Shorthorn tag to show next year but this CANNOT be MANDATORY. You can tag your 2022 calves Shorthorn but leave your current official tag on older animals and stay abreast of the official show rules with the Shorthorn association. Cutting off any official tag is illegal. We know some aspects of the process can be confusing and we encourage you to contact CCIA directly if you are ever unclear. 1-877-909-2333 | info@canadaid.ca Page 10

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EXPO BOEUF

October 9, 2021 Victoriaville, QC Bull calf born Jan 1 to July 5, 2021 1 STEELE BROOK LOCKDOWN 3J Steele Brook Farm 2 SHADYBROOK-PL RIFLEMAN 5J Shadybrook Shorthorns 3 CEDAR GROVE JUSTICE 1J Cedar Grove Farms Bull calf born Mar 1 to April 31 2020 1 CEDAR GROVE GOLD MINE 49H Cedar Grove Farms

Female born Jan 1 to July 5, 2021 1 CEDAR GROVE SALLY JANE 12J Cedar Grove Farms 2 STEELE BROOK DESTINY 1J Steele Brook Farm 3 SHADYBROOK SAVORY 42J Shadybrook Shorthorns 4 SHADYBROOK BELLA 28J Shadybrook Shorthorns

CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL SHADYBROOK-PL FIRE CHIEF 18H SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CEDAR GROVE GOLD MINE 49H CEDAR GROVE FARMS

CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE SHADYBROOK VERONA 7H SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS

Bull calf born in 2019 1 MILLBROOK RED LINE 22G Carey Johnston

RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H FIRST CLASS MARKETING,HEAD FOR THE HILLS/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

CHAMPION SENIOR BULL MILLBROOK RED LINE 22G CAREY JOHNSTON

RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G BLAIR ALLNUTT

Female born Mar 1 to April 31, 2020 1 CEDAR GROVE ROSE 53H Cedar Grove Farms Female born Jan 1 to Feb 29, 2020 1 SHADYBROOK VERONA 7H Shadybrook Shorthorns 2 MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H First Class Marketing/Head For the Hills/ Hatfield Shorthorns 3 STEELE BROOK DIVA 4H Steele Brook Farm

Bull calf born Jan 1 to Feb 29, 2020 1 SHADYBROOK-PL FIRE CHIEF 18H Shadybrook Shorthorns

CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE STEELE BROOK ADDICTION 2E STEELE BROOK FARM

Female born Jan 1 to Apr 31, 2019 1 SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G Blair Allnutt

GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE STEELE BROOK ADDICTION 2E STEELE BROOK FARM

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE SHADYBROOK VERONA 7H SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS Breeder’s Herd Shadybrook Shorthons

Female born before 2019 1 STEELE BROOK ADDICTION 2E Steele Brook Farm

MANITOBA AG-EX

October 28, 2021 Brandon, MB GRAND CHAMPION BULL SHADYBROOK-PL FIRE CHIEF 18H SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL MILLBROOK RED LINE 22G CAREY JOHNSTON Page 12

Female born on/after Jan 1, 2021 – Split 1 1 3D TRUE LOVE 11J ET Megan Turton 2 HAWKEN VERONA JAY 7J Hawken Shorthorns 3 TRAILSIDE ISOBEL 4J Rylee Paterson 4 3D TRUE LOVE 6J ET 3 of Diamonds Cattle Company 5 VANRIDGE BETSY’S JONQUI 31J Adrianne Vandersluis Female Born on/after Jan 1, 2021 – Split 2 1 HEAD FOR THE HILLS LIZA MINELI Head For The Hills Shorthorns 2 BELL M ERICA 2J Bell M Farms

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NVR NESSY’S JOVI 12J New View Ranch 3D TRUE LOVE 37J 3 of Diamonds Cattle Company TRAILSIDE LADY ESTHER 14J Easton Paterson

CHAMPION FEMALE CALF HEAD FOR THE HILLS LIZA MINELI HEAD FOR THE HILLS SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE CALF BELL M ERICA 2J BELL M FARMS Female Born Jan 1 to March 31st, 2020 1 PIC-A-SPOT ROSIE 1H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns 2 MOSSIDE RED WINE 44H Mosside Shorthorns The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


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BELL M MARION 22H Bell M Farms PIC-A-SPOT CLAUDIA 34H Lesley Hedley BELL M SALLY 114H Mosside Shorthorns

CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE PIC-A-SPOT ROSIE 1H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE MOSSIDE RED WINE 44H MOSSIDE SHORTHORNS Female born Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2019 1 KF LADY ESTHER 9G Trailside Cattle Company Female born on/before Dec 31, 2018 1 HILL HAVEN VERONA VALERIE 37E Hawken Shorthorns CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE HILL HAVEN VERONA VALERIE 37E HAWKEN SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE KF LADY ESTHER 9G TRAILSIDE CATTLE COMPANY

Bull Calf born on/after Jan 1, 2021 – Split 1 1 MOSSIDE DEFENDER 51J Mosside Shorthorns 2 3D SUPERVISOR 17J 3 of Diamonds Cattle Company 3 DCS APOLLO 1J Double Coulee Farm 4 BELL M ZIRCONIUM 53F Bell M Farms 5 HEDLEY’S SPITFIRE 2J Lesley Hedley Bull Calf born on/after Jan 1, 2021 – Split 2 1 HEAD FOR THE HILLS OFFENDER 4J Head For The Hills Shorthorns 2 HAWKEN JUST ROCKIN 6J Hawken Shorthorns 3 BELL M ICE 23G Bell M Farms 4 HEDLEY’S ROBBIE BURNS 3J Lesley Hedley 5 G TEE JAGGER 5J Gerrin Vandersluis CHAMPION BULL CALF HEAD FOR THE HILLS OFFENDER 4J HEAD FOR THE HILLS SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION BULL CALF HAWKEN JUST ROCKIN 6J HAWKEN SHORTHORNS Bull Yearling born April 1 to Dec 31, 2020 1 HATFIELD ANDREW 71H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns Bull Yearling born Jan 1 to Mar 31, 2020 1 BELL M AFFINITY 35H Bell M Farms

GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE PIC-A-SPOT ROSIE 1H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

GRAND CHAMPION BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL HEAD FOR THE HILLS OFFENDER 4J HEAD FOR THE HILLS SHORTHORNS Pair Of Bulls Bell M Farms Breeder’s Herd Bell M Farms Get Of Sire 3 Of Diamonds Cattle Company Shorthorn Plus Heifer Calf 1 HEAD FOR THE HILLS JAZZ 12J Head For The Hills Shorthorns 2 3D PERFECT 29J 3 Of Diamonds Cattle Company 3 TRAILSIDE JUNIPER 8J Easton Paterson

RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL BELL M AFFINITY 35H BELL M FARMS Bull born Jan to Dec 31, 2019 1 JT GUARDSMAN 8G Poplar Park Shorthorns CHAMPION SENIOR BULL JT GUARDSMAN 8G POPLAR PARK SHORTHORNS

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2021 was different and challenging but it was also great to see everyone who came out to the shows.

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FARMFAIR INTERNATIONAL November 11, 2021 Edmonton, AB

Yearling Heifer – Born 2020 – Split 1 1 GOLDENVIEW MOLINARI 326H Goldenview Shorthorns 2 SIX S MARILYN 51H Schutz Cattle Co. 3 DRS PICTURE PERFECT HALO 32H Cactus Flat Shorthorns 4 SASKVALLEY NORMA 353H Saskvalley Stock Farm 5 SHEPALTA HF ALICE 11H Shepalta Farm 6 PROSPECT HILL HANA LOMOND 43H Prospect Hill Shorthorns Yearling Heifer – Born 2020 – Split 2 1 MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H Millbrook Farm 2 SHADYBROOK MILLIE 44H ET Schutz Cattle Co. 3 MATLOCK 86A HONEY 17H Family Ties Angus 4 DIAMOND HIGH BARONESS 3H Diamond Shorthorns 5 DIAMOND FLORA 4H Diamond Shorthorns Yearling Heifer – Born 2020 – Split 3 1 EDGEVIEW HARLOW 1H Edgeview Farms 2 PIC-A-SPOT ROSIE 1H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns 3 GOLDENVIEW LEANNE 11H Goldenview Shorthorns JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H MILLBROOK FARM RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE SHADYBROOK MILLIE 44H ET SCHUTZ CATTLE CO Two-Year-Old Heifer w/Calf 1 SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G Millbrook Farm 2 SIX S MARILYN 14G Schutz Cattle Co. Mature Cow – Born Prior 2019 w/calf 1 DRS PICTURE PERFECT 32D Cactus Flat Shorthorns 2 DUNGANNON J JACKIE 45C Dungannon Stock Farm CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G MILLBROOK FARM Page 14

RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE DRS PICTURE PERFECT 32D CACTUS FLAT SHORTHORNS Junior Heifer Calf – Born after Mar 1, 2021 1 SIX S SPARKLE DELIGHT 62J Schutz Cattle Co 2 SHEPALTA DOT 10J Shepalta Farm 3 DUNGANNON FLOWER 14J Dungannon Stock Farm CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF SIX S SPARKLE DELIGHT 62J SCHUTZ CATTLE CO. RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER CALF SHEPALTA DOT 10J SHEPALTA FARM Intermediate Heifer Calf – Born Feb 1, 2021 1 DIAMOND JENNA BARONESS 3J Diamond Shorthorns 2 DUNGANNON JACKIE 3J Dungannon Stock Farm CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE HEIFER CALF DIAMOND JENNA BARONESS 3J DIAMOND SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE HEIFER CALF DUNGANNON JACKIE 3J DUNGANNON STOCK FARM Senior Heifer Calf – Born Jan 1, 2021 1 DASF BILLIE JEAN 1J Double Arrow Stock Farm 2 GOLDENVIEW FLOWER 22J Goldenview Shorthorns 3 GOLDENVIEW SUNFLOWER 44J Goldenview Shorthorns

Junior Bull Calf 1 Cactus Flat Jackpot 1J Cactus Flat Shorthorns 2 Six S Tomorrow 66J Schutz Cattle Co CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF CACTUS FLAT JACKPOT 1J CACTUS FLAT SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF SIX S TOMORROW 66J SCHUTZ CATTLE CO. Intermediate Bull Calf – Feb 1, 2021 1 DUNGANNON JOLT 2J ET Dungannon Stock Farm 2 DASF JOSE 7J Double Arrow Stock Farm INTERMEDIATE BULL CALF CHAMPION DUNGANNON JOLT 2J ET DUNGANNON STOCK FARM INTERMEDIATE BULL CALF RESERVE CHAMPION DASF JOSE 7J DOUBLE ARROW STOCK FARM Senior Bull Calf – Born Jan 1, 2021 1 GOLDENVIEW WINNING POINT 153J Goldenview Shorthorns 2 GOLDENVIEW JET STREAM 233J Goldenview Shorthorns CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF GOLDENVIEW WINNING POINT 153J GOLDENVIEW SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF GOLDENVIEW JET STREAM 233J GOLDENVIEW SHORTHORNS

CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF DASF BILLIE JEAN 1J DOUBLE ARROW STOCK FARM RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF GOLDENVIEW FLOWER 22J GOLDENVIEW SHORTHORNS

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H MILLBROOK FARM GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G MILLBROOK FARM The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


Yearling Bull – Born 2020 1 Hatfield Andrew 71H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns 2 Saskvalley Herschel 104H Saskvalley Stock Farm CHAMPION YEARLING BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

CHAMPION SENIOR BULL SIX S MR. GUS 28G ET SCHUTZ CATTLE CO. RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL PROSPECT HILL GALAHAD 16G STARSTRUCK LIVESTOCK

Pair of Heifer Calves Goldenview Shorthorns Get of Sire Goldenview Shorthorns Breeder’s Herd Goldenview Shorthorns

RESERVE CHAMPION YEARLING BULL SASKVALLEY HERSCHEL 104H SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM Two-Year-Old Bull – Born 2019 1 SIX S MR. GUS 28G ET Schutz Cattle Co. 2 PROSPECT HILL GALAHAD 16G Starstruck Livestock 3 MATLOCK GAUCHO 25G Foxtail Livestock 4 DU Glacial Storm 42G ET Diamond Shorthorns

Pair of Bulls Goldenview Shorthorns

Progeny of Dam Cactus Flat Shorthorns GRAND CHAMPION BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

Premier Breeder/Exhibitor Goldenview Shorthorns

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL SIX S MR. GUS 28G ET SCHUTZ CATTLE CO.

CANADIAN WESTERN AGRIBITION NATIONAL SHOW NOVEMBER 26, 2021 REGINA, SK

Female born Mar 1 to Jul 15, 2021 1 CF NNN CAROLINE 161 BW X Shadybrook Shorthorns 2 MSA DORA 27J Martin Farms 3 STAR P BELLE 50J Star P Farms 4 LL CHERRY MIST 4J Long Lake Shorthorns 5 DIAMOND CREEK AMIRATION 52J Diamond Creek Cattle Company 6 LL PATSY 12J Long Lake Shorthorns JUNIOR DIVISION, CHAMPION HEIFER CALF CF NNN CAROLINE 161 BW X SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER CALF MSA DORA 27J MARTIN FARMS

The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

Female born Jan 1 to Feb 29, 2021 Split #1 1 NVR NESSY’S JOVI 12J New View Ranch 2 MSA LADY ESTHER 5J Martin Farms 3 STAR P SCARLETT 6J Star P Farms 4 GAR-LIND KATHRYN 10J Height Land & Livestock Co. 5 DIAMOND JENNA BARONESS 3J Diamond Shorthorns/Vikram Chouhan 6 DIAMOND CREEK SPARKLE GIRL 22J Diamond Creek Cattle Company Female born Jan 1 to Feb 29, 2021 Split #2 1 DSC PERFECT FOOL 2160J Dempsey Show Cattle 2 SHADYBROOK BELLA 28J Shadybrook Shorthorns/ Lamontagne Holdings 3 HILL HAVEN SL LILYS MIRACLE 3J Hill Haven Farms/Samantha Lundy 4 HEAD FOR THE HILLS LIZA MINELI Head For The Hills Shorthorns 5 GLENFORD LADY 28J Bender Shorthorns 6 BELL M ERICA 2J Bell M Farms 7 RK ROSIE 130J RK Cattle Co. 8 RK ROSIE 101J RK Cattle Co.

CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF DSC PERFECT FOOL 2160J DEMPSEY SHOW CATTLE RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR HEIFER CALF SHADYBROOK BELLA 28J SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS/ LAMONTAGNE HOLDINGS Female born Mar 1 - Dec 31, 2020 1 PROSPECT HILL HANA LOMOND 43H Prospect Hill Shorthorns CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING HEIFER PROSPECT HILL HANA LOMOND 43H PROSPECT HILL SHORTHORNS Female born Jan 1- Feb 28, 2020 Split #1 1 SHADYBROOK MILLIE 44H ET Schutz Cattle Company 2 MILLBROOK RED ROSE FB 10H Millbrook Farm/First Class Cattle Marketing Hatfield Shorthorns/Woodruff Ranch 3 LITTLE REBEL HISSY FIT 1H Little Rebel Cattle Company 4 BELL M MARION 22H Bell M Farms/Maurice Moellenbeck 5 GLENFORD ROSE 44H Star P Farms

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Female born Jan 1- Feb 28, 2020 Split #2 1 SHADYBROOK VERONA 7H Shadybrook Shorthorns 2 PIC-A-SPOT ROSIE 1H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns 3 RK ROSIE 101H RK Cattle Co. 4 DIAMOND CREEK MILLICENT 32H Diamond Creek Cattle Company CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING HEIFER SHADYBROOK VERONA 7H SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING HEIFER SHADYBROOK MILLIE 44H ET SCHUTZ CATTLE COMPANY Female w/calf born in 2019 1 SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G Calf: SHADYBROOK PERFECT WIN 21J Millbrook Farm/Bryce Raymond/First Class Cattle Marketing/Diamond Shorthorns Female w/calf born in 2018 or earlier 1 SHADYBROOK PERFECT SPICE 2E Calf: SHADYBROOK PERFECTLY SPICED 3J Shadybrook Shorthorns 2 HILL HAVEN VERONA VALERIE 37E Calf: HAWKEN VERONA JAY 7J Hawken Shorthorns 3 MSA ROSEBUD 50C Calf: MSA ROSEBUD 33J Martin Farms CHAMPION CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G CALF: SHADYBROOK PERFECT WIN 21J MILLBROOK FARM/BRYCE RAYMOND/ FIRST CLASS CATTLE MARKETING/ DIAMOND SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SHADYBROOK PERFECT SPICE 2E CALF: SHADYBROOK PERFECTLY SPICED 3J SHADYBROOK SHORTHORNS

GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE

Bull born Mar 1 to Jul 15, 2021 1 HLLC CHASE THE ACE 312J Height Land & Livestock Co. 2 HILL HAVEN HIGHWIRE 40J ET Hill Haven Farms 3 HLLC DOUBLE VISION 42J Height Land & Livestock Co. 4 MSA LANCER 7J Martin Farms 5 BELL M FELSEN 85J Bell M Farms 6 DIAMOND CREEK JOKER 20J Diamond Creek Cattle Company CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF HLLC CHASE THE ACE 312J HEIGHT LAND & LIVESTOCK CO. RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR BULL CALF HILL HAVEN HIGHWIRE 40J ET HILL HAVEN FARMS Bull born Jan 1 - Feb 29, 2021 Split #1 1 GLENFORD CRIMSON 80J Bender Shorthorns 2 BELL M ZIRCONIUM 53J Bell M Farms 3 BELL M ICE 23J Bell M Farms 4 BELL M MAVERICK 35J Bell M Farms Bull born Jan 1 - Feb 29, 2021 Split #2 1 HEAD FOR THE HILLS OFFENDER 4J Head For The Hills Shorthorns 2 HAWKEN JUST ROCKIN 6J Hawken Shorthorns 3 GLENFORD DE NIRO 65J Bender Shorthorns 4 HLLC RICKY BOBBY 24J Height Land & Livestock Co. 5 RK RED RACER 106J RK Cattle Co.

SHADYBROOK PERFECT 7G MILLBROOK FARM/BRYCE RAYMOND/FIRST CLASS CATTLE MARKETING/DIAMOND SHORTHORNS

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CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF HEAD FOR THE HILLS OFFENDER 4J HEAD FOR THE HILLS SHORTHORNS RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL CALF GLENFORD CRIMSON 80J BENDER SHORTHORNS Bull born Mar 1 - Dec 31, 2020 1 HATFIELD ANDREW 71H New View Ranch/Hatfield Shorthorns CHAMPION JUNIOR YEARLING BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS Bull born Jan 1- Feb 28, 2020 1 GLENFORD CRIMSON 72H Bender Shorthorns/Crawfdown Farms/ 72H Syndicate 2 DIAMOND HENDRIX 2H Diamond Shorthorns/Diamond Hendrix 2H Syndicate 3 SHADYBROOK PL FIRE CHIEF 18H Shadybrook Shorthorns/Poplar Lane Farm CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING BULL GLENFORD CRIMSON 72H BENDER SHORTHORNS/CRAWFDOWN FARMS/72H SYNDICATE RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR YEARLING BULL DIAMOND HENDRIX 2H DIAMOND SHORTHORNS/DIAMOND HENDRIX 2H SYNDICATE Bull born in 2019 1 MATLOCK GAUCHO 25G Foxtail Livestock 2 PROSPECT HILL GALAHAD 16G Prospect Hill Shorthorns/Starstruck Livestock CHAMPION SENIOR BULL MATLOCK GAUCHO 25G FOXTAIL LIVESTOCK RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR BULL PROSPECT HILL GALAHAD 16G PROSPECT HILL SHORTHORNS/ STARSTRUCK LIVESTOCK

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE DSC PERFECT FOOL 2160J DEMPSEY SHOW CATTLE The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


Progeny of Dam RK Cattle Co. Breeder’s Herd Shadybrook Shorthorns Get-of-Sire Shadybrook Shorthorns GRAND CHAMPION BULL MATLOCK GAUCHO 25G FOXTAIL LIVESTOCK

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL HATFIELD ANDREW 71H

NEW VIEW RANCH/HATFIELD SHORTHORNS

A New Year’s Resolution for Cow-Calf Producers By DERRELL PEEL - OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY - Taken from Drover’s magazine.

Cow-calf producers are constantly managing many production and marketing challenges. However, as we consider the coming year, one that deserves special attention is to produce and market forage for maximum value. Cattle producers are frequently reminded that they are really in the forage business and that cattle are a means to harvest and market forage. There are numerous considerations to market forage for the highest value. In part, marketing forage involves considering cattle production and marketing alternatives that represent higher value for forage. For cow-calf producers, this includes considerations for marketing calves at weaning or retaining calves for backgrounding/stocker production as well as marketing cull breeding animals. The market environment in 2022 may provide more possibilities with reduced cattle numbers favoring weaned calf production and marketing yet, at the same time, higher grain prices and elevated feedlot cost of gain increase the value of added forage-based weight gain on feeder cattle. Producers will have more options and potential to add value and planning now can improve returns to cattle and forage production later. Feed costs are the largest cost component for cow-calf production. Part of managing forage for increased value is to utilize grazing better to reduce cow feed costs. Grazing is the least expensive feed for cows, so this means managing pastures for maximum quantity, quality and duration of grazing and having cows do most of their own feed harvesting. Early planning is necessary to plan annual forage production and grazing management. This must be done in conjunction with plans for cow-calf production, retained stockers and forage use as part of cull cow marketing. The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

Premier Breeder/Exhibitor Shadybrook Shorthorns

Feeding harvested forages (hay) is at least twice the cost of grazing. The goal should be to minimize hay use with grazing management. To the extent that hay use cannot be avoided, manage hay for reduced waste and to decrease hay expense. Test hay to know the nutritive value and how the hay will contribute to meeting cattle nutritional requirements. This is done on a pound basis so it is important to know the weight of round bales. Evaluate the economics of hay versus supplemental feeds to provide needed protein and energy relative to the cattle stage of production at different times and any available grazable forage. Store hay to maintain quality and reduce waste. As I’m driving, I see lots of rounds bales from last year or the year before which are now melted into the ground with little or no feed value. Plan hay storage relative to how long the hay might need to be stored. The longer hay must/will be stored, the more you can justify investment in storage facilities (sheds, coverings, pads and drainage). Feed hay to reduce waste and know exactly how much cows are consuming. Think about how much hay cows need and how much they are getting. Round bales are more convenient and save labor but do require feeding management otherwise they can add significantly to annual cow costs. With generally rising input costs, cow-calf producers need to put additional effort into cost management. Managing feed costs will be a key to minimizing cow costs and capitalizing on better cattle market conditions in 2022. It’s not too early to plan the next year of forage management and grazing.

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Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association Board of Directors President: Samantha Lundy Collingwood, ON samilundy2@gmail.com Vice-President: Royce Moellenbeck Englefeld, SK royce.moellenbeck@outlook.com Secretary: Taylor Carlson Elm Creek, MB lilupthecreek@yahoo.ca Directors: Jessica Davey Saskatoon, SK jessicaadavey@gmail.com Samuel Dempsey West Brome, QC samdempsey87@icloud.com Sarah Height Arthur, ON sarah.height123@gmail.com Evan Patriquin Thorhild, AB doublearrowstockfarm@gmail.com Brooke Van De Voorde Meeting Creek, AB brooke3vandevoorde@gmail.com

Canadian Shorthorn Association Belinda Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer 2nd Floor, Canada Centre Building Evraz Place, Box 3771, Regina, SK S4P 3N8 Phone 306-757-2212 Fax 306-525-5852 Email office@canadianshorthorn.com Website www.canadianshorthorn.com Office hours - M-F - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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CJSA Update... 2021 was definitely one for the books for our Canadian Junior Shorthorn Board. The year had some hiccups and some doubtful moments, but we persevered and made the best of the challenges. This allowed the board to experience the leadership and teamwork it takes to be successful. Thank you to everyone who made the trip to Lacombe, Alberta this past July, where we had 45 junior participants both virtually and in person. It was a pleasure working alongside the Alberta Shorthorn Association to put on our first Canadian Junior Shorthorn National show hosted by our junior board of directors. Thank you to all those who participated and congratulations to those who won, we are excited to see everyone again in 2022. We would like to again thank all of our sponsors and volunteers for their support. This fall the Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association board of directors held elections for the current executive. I am excited to be the new President of the CJSA board of directors and with that, we would like to thank Royce Moellenbeck from Englefeld, Saskatchewan who served as President for the last number of years for all of his hard work and dedication. Taylor Carlson from Manitoba is the new Secretary and Royce is the Vice-President. A bit about me – I am currently in my fourth year of post-secondary education, finishing my Applied Degree in Agriculture Business. I purchased my first Shorthorn in 2018 and am planning to continue to grow my herd in the near future.

Association board provides juniors with the experience of meeting new people, building industry connections, enhancing decision-making skills, and helping build confidence. Of all the benefits of being a junior board director don’t forget about the best part, taking responsibility and planning events for your fellow juniors across Canada. We are looking forward to our Shorthorn Stars Leadership Workshop January 8-9 in Saskatoon, where we will be learning from a number of presenters and meeting as a board to work on plans for the next year and beyond. Watch for a complete report in the March issue! Mark your calendars!! July 14-17, 2022, in Collingwood, Ontario, the CJSA is hosting “Sun, Shades and Shorthorns”, a Hawaiian-themed Canadian Junior Nationals. Collingwood is the perfect location for both a cattle show and a family trip. The beautiful Georgian Bay, Wasaga Beach and Blue Mountains offer a number of great opportunities for all of the family and they are all within a 20 km radius. Keep watching for more updates. If there are any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of the Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association board of directors. Stay posted for more updates and information from the Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association on social media and the CSA website. Last but not least, our Junior board would like to wish everyone the best in 2022. Stay healthy, strong and always make time for yourselves and your herds.

Do you know of any other junior members across Canada who are passionate, driven or interested in bringing new ideas and skills to the table? Nominations for becoming a director on the Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association board are due January 31st. The Canadian Junior Shorthorn The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022


Millbrook's Northern Exposure Vol II Sale October 4, 2021 The Volume II edition of the Northern Exposure Sale saw the welcome addition of the customer appreciation program bringing in cattle from Ontario and Quebec for the offering. Cattle & genetics sold to 4 provinces and 2 states. Heifers - Avg $11,763 Embryos - Avg $700/egg Semen - Avg $137/straw Lot 1 - $41,500 - Millbrook Maria FB 6J - 1/2 interest sold to Longview Cattle Company, SK. Lot 6 - $6000 - LCWW Priceless 212J Sold to Jason Jedele, IL Lot 2 - $5500 - Millbrook Regal FB 3J Sold to Hatfield Shorthorns, MB. Prospect Hill Shorthorns & Strilchuk Shorthorns Complete Herd Dispersal October 9, 2021 Meeting Creek, AB Lots Gross Avg Shorthorn Live Lots 70 $336,050 $4,800 Frozen Lots 3 $3,950 Lot 13 - $8,500 - Prospect Hill A Stage Show. Consigned by Prospect Hill Shorthorns and bought by River Valley Farms & Shayson Farms. Lot 67 - $10,500 - Prospect Hill Gallahad. Consigned by Prospect Hill Shorthorns and bought by Trieber Shorthorns. Lot 15 - $5,500 - Prospect Hill Butterfly 1B. Consigned by Prospect Hill Shorthorns and bought by Trieber Shorthorns. Lot 15A - $5,500 - Prospect Hill Butterflys Jewel. Consigned by Prospect Hill Shorthorns and bought by Trieber Shorthorns.

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All Star Classic November 17, 2021 Stettler, AB Lots Gross Avg Shorthorn Females 26 $79,100 $3,042 Commercial Females 11 $24,800 $2,436 Semen & Embryos 3 $5,100 $1,700 Sales Totals 40 $109,000 $2,725 Lot 30 - $5,300 - Shadybrook Valentine 75F. Consigned by Grass Roots Ranch and bought by Shadybrook Shorthorns. Lot 32 - $4,800 - Sweetgrass Valentine 102H. Consigned by Grass Roots Ranch and bought by Double Arrow Stock Farms. Lot 1 - $4,500 - Lingley's Ruby 17J. Consigned by Lingley Livestock and bought by Cornerstone Cattle Co. Lot 2 - $4,500 - Lingley's Ruby 20J. Consigned by Lingley Livestock and bought by Waskwei Creek. OSA FALL CLASSIC SALE REPORT November 20, 2021 Maple Hill Auctions Hanover, ON. Lots Gross Avg Heifer Calves 35 $93,650 $2676 Bred Females 28 $86,650 $3095 Sales Totals 63 $180,300 $2862 Lot 24 - $5,900 - High selling female Maple Key Haven 10H sold to Robert Teasdale & Kirlene Cattle Co of Brighton, ON. This nice roan bred heifer was sold by Maple Key Farms first time consignor. Lot 23 - $4,250 - Co-High selling heifer calf. Maple Key Juliet 15J. Offered by Maple Key Farm and purchased by Amanda Brodhagen of Bunner, ON. A February born full sister to the high selling female. Lot 15 - $4,250 - Co-High selling heifer calf. Red Rose Big Ticket Soda 3J. This nicely made JSF Big Ticket daughter was consigned by the Mason’s of Red Rose Farm. Purchased by Robway Acres of Thorndale ON.

Canadian Western Agribition Shorthorn Sale November 25, 2021 Regina, SK Lots Gross Avg Shorthorn LIve Lots 9.25 $127,750 $13,810 Frozen Lots 15 $36,575 Lot 1 - $45,000 - Blenview Glamorous Annie. Consigned by Blenview Farms and bought by Cornerstone Cattle Co. Lot 2 - $16,000 - Hatfield Andrew. Consigned by Hatfield Shorthorns and bought by Head For The Hills Shorthorns. Lot 3 - $15,000 - Pick of the Herd. Consigned by Diamond Shorthorns and bought by Cornerstone Cattle Co. Lot 6 - $10,000 - Shadybrook Perfect Win. Consigned by Millbrook Farms, Diamond Shorthorns, Bryce Raymond and bought by Head For The Hills. Lot 5 - $8,500 - NVR Nessi's Josi 12J. Consigned by New View Ranch and bought by Matlock Farms. Lot 10 - $8,250 - RK Rosie 101H. Consigned by RK Livestock and bought by Matlock Farms.

Muridale Heritage Farm Gate Timed Auction Sale Results December 1-2, 2021 Lot 8 - $6,250 - Muridale Hussy 307H. An eye-catching heifer that caught the attention of many who visited the farm. Sold to Ray Rintoul, SK. Lot 1 - $6,000 - Muridale Queeny 37H. A daughter of the famous Saskvalley Bonanza 219M bull, this strong maternal heifer was sold to Nate Rigney, AB. Lot 2 - $5,500 - Muridale Maggie 306H. Sold to Lesley Hedley, MB. Lot 5 - $5,500 - Muridale Linda 11H. A super heifer with a wealth of genetics in her pedigree. Top 1% for Calving Ease and Birth weight, Top 5 % in $BMI. Another good heifer that sold to Ray Rintoul, SK. Lot 15 - $5,000 - Muridale Goose 112H. This tremendous heifer is long bodied and stout and is a favorite of those who saw her. Sold to Anna Wright (Rintoul), SK.

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Peterson Family Farms Green

Grove

Meeting Creek, AB Christy 780-608-6197 Steven & Danielle 780-281-0569

R.R. 3 Mannville, AB T0B 2W0

Doug & Karen Hess & family

Ph/Fax: (780) 763-2209 6 1/2 miles South of Mannville karenahess@hotmail.com on Hwy 881

Half Diamond

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Renwick’s

Box 607, Melita, MB R0M 1L0 204-522-8686 Email: ojemr@mts.net

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Index of Ads ... Alberta’s Finest Bull & Heifer Sale................ 11 Bell M Shorthorns...........................................9 Bender Shorthorns......................................BC Canadian Junior Shorthorn Association.18/21 Canadian Shorthorn Association.................6/7 Craig Elachie Shorthorns..............................10 Head for the Hills Shorthorns.........................5 Horseshoe Creek Farms................................3

On Target Bull Sale....................................... 11 Saskvalley Stock Farm.................................23 Shadybrook Shorthorns..................................2 Starbright Shorthorns.....................................9 Trieber Farms...............................................10 Western Prime Shorthorn Bull Sale..............22

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Western Prime Shorthorn Bull & Female Sale

VJV Auction Co. Ltd. Westlock, AB Saturday, April 2nd, 2022

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NO PICTURES ... JUST DATA

We tested our yearling bulls for feed efficiency. Hopefully this will generate some discussion. Here are the results: Important information to know before we get to the data: We tested 33 yearling bulls for individual feed efficiency. The test was conducted from May 4 to July 30, 2021. The Residual Feed Intake (RFI) was calculated by Livestock Gentec, University of Alberta, Lisa McKeown and John Basarab. The bulls were fed a growing ration (NEgain 49.5 Meal/cwt), not a high energy finishing ration. The average start weight was 987 lbs., and the average ending weight was 1293 lbs. I.D.

ADG

DMI

%Body F:G Weight

RFI (lbs)

140H

3.35

15.99

1.29

4.78

-6.33

104H

3.63

20.99

1.79

5.80

-1.85

246H

4.05

21.04

2.18

5.20

-1.28

318H

4.13

22.82

1.94

5.53

-0.96

66H

3.20

21.56

1.82

6.76

-.068

173H

3.84

22.73

1.94

5.93

-0.53

432H

3.44

21.85

1.94

6.33

-.043

221H

3.98

22.37

2.14

5.64

-0.40

37H

2.85

20.78

1.87

7.31

-0.38

105H

3.49

21.93

1.98

6.30

-0.35

120H

2.92

20.93

1.92

7.15

-0.27

406H

3.37

21.57

2.02

6.40

-0.26

98H

3.86

22.46

2.12

5.81

-0.22

191H

4.00

24.11

1.93

6.03

-0.01

219H

3.70

23.13

1.99

6.25

0.07

252H

3.07

22.12

1.90

7.21

0.23

93H

3.05

21.47

2.10

7.05

0.42

294H

3.14

22.59

1.93

7.18

0.48

122H

3.97

24.40

2.02

6.15

0.55

141H

3.47

22.84

2.07

6.60

0.56

352H

3.33

22.93

1.99

6.89

0.58

86H

3.49

23.24

2.01

6.16

0.58

74H

3.09

22.21

2.04

7.18

0.67

4H

4.63

25.59

2.17

5.54

0.70

123H

3.06

22.79

2.00

7.45

0.95

107H

3.30

23.18

2.09

7.02

1.09

49H

3.08

23.14

2.03

7.51

1.23

190H

3.36

23.69

2.08

7.07

1.34

2H

4.08

25.63

2.11

6.28

1.46

217H

3.45

24.82

1.99

7.20

1.60

341H

4.12

26.02

2.19

6.32

1.92

IMPORTANT TAKEAWAYS 1) The bull with the lowest average daily gain (ADG) gained 2.85 lbs/day. The bull with the highest ADG gained 4.63 lbs/day. The pen averaged 3.56 lbs/day. 2) The bull that ate the least amount of feed (DMI) ate 15.99 lbs/day (all weights of feed are on a dry matter basis). This bull only ate 1.29% of his body weight per day (that is incredibly good). The bull that ate the most amount of feed ate 26.02 lbs/day. This bull ate 2.19% of his body weight per day (that is still an acceptable amount). The pen's average feed consumption was 22.65 lbs/day and averaged eating 1.98% of their body weight. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOWEST FEED INTAKE AND THE HIGHEST FEED INTAKE WAS 10 LBS/DAY! 3) The bull with the best lbs of feed consumed:lb of gain ratio was 4.76:1. The bull with the poorest feed:gain ratio was 7.51:1. The pen averaged 6.43:1. These results proved to us what we had already been told. It is very hard, if not impossible, for even the best of cattlemen to walk into a pen and predict which animal is the most feed efficient. If a group of animals is not tested for individual feed efficiency, one would not be able to pick out the most feed efficient animal, even with ADG numbers, EPD's, etc. Feed:gain(F:G) ratios are important and interesting, but if we select bulls mainly on the basis of high ADG and low feed:gain ratios, the size of the cow in our herd will increase and thus our yearly feed costs will also increase. We feel that it is extremely important to take into account a bull's residual feed intake (RFI) when selecting which bull to use. RFI is defined as the difference between an animal's actual feed intake, and it's expected feed requirements for maintenance and growth, and is used as a tool for selecting feed efficient animals, thus reducing feed costs. RFI is a moderately heritable trait. We highly recommend going on YouTube and searching "Gordon Carstens". He can describe the importance of RFI better than we can. This video is a good starting p.oint. https://youtu.be/XVt I FGMeO (4:50). If you would like to discuss any of the above data or opinions, please phone Barry.

SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM

barry 306 212 0240 • murray 306 232 7131 • carl 306 232 3511 barrylehmann15@gmail.com www.saskvalleyshorthorns.com The Canadian SHORTHORN REPORT - January 2022

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BENDER SHORTHORNS AND STAR P FARMS

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Sold to Crawfdown Farms and 72H Group in 2021 sale

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