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274 Blackout Preview We preview Blackout Jackpot 7 and also look back at our first 6 shows in Loveland, Colorado!

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385 Grand Hills Cattle We had the chance to interview the owner and herdsman up in Eaton, Colorado!

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411 Tyler Campbell Cattle Tyler shares his history as well as the great people and cattle in our industry!

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TERRY STARNES, FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW ANNOUNCER It was an absolute pleasure to meet and get the chance to do a very impromptu interview with you after the Fort Worth Steer Show! Thank you for coming to Fort Worth and thank you for what you do by covering the show industry better than anyone in the world!

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The Showtimes welcomes new subscribers! In each issue we will feature 10 of our new subscribers on our map! a) Chad Chaplin // Weatherford, TX

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THANK YOU The Showtimes is overwhelmed by the response we receive from our readers! There is no industry we would rather call home.

Y’all did an AWESOME job covering it [Fort Worth]. I enjoyed seeing all the photos on Instagram and Facebook...It’s amazing what a difference good social media coverage makes! Fantastic job Showtimes Crew!

SHERRY LAUTERBACH Love the 2 page Rodgers ad in the newest edition - has my fav pic of Cole you guys took. SUPER job! Keep up the great work.

SHELLI MARDESEN THANK YOU SO MUCH! We had so many wonderful comments on the cute calf [cutout] at our Angus Booth this week!!! What a great addition! Thanks to you ALL!!! You all are AMAZING!!! The Iowa Angus Auxiliary Ladies LOVED it!!! You guys have the coolest stuff!!

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So here’s your pat on the back, HOLY COW, YOU GUYS ARE WORKERS! My husband and I have admired y’alls work for years, but the fact that you guys are still the driving force and man power is truly, amazingly, rare! Congrats!

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CHRISTINE WILSON First and foremost thank you for all you do for this wonderful livestock industry! It is always a pleasure to see you at the shows. Thanks again for your great dedication and hard work! We appreciate all you do!

BEAU ANN GRAVES Thank you for my Reserve Polled Hereford banner from Denver and all you do for us kids.

ASHLYN OCHSNER On behalf of the District XVII Officer Team, I want to thank you for making our District Leadership Conference a success... Your workshop was a huge hit! I got so many comments from other students how unique and fun and worth while it was to learn about your business! THANK YOU!

TAYLOR DIEBALL Thank you for sponsoring the belt buckles for the All-Americans at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest! I plan to wear this belt buckle when I judge and show!

BRAD + BERNICE HEIGHT ELMWOOD, ONTARIO, CANADA BRAD I’d like to thank you and your staff for the pictures you took in Denver. Me and my family traveled to the NWSS with some homegrown Shorthorn show stock. You made the experience so unforgettable and memorable <3

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BERNICE I would like to thank your photographers from the bottom of my heart for capturing this picture. We had never shown a bull in the United States before. It was the last show of this bull’s show career. This picture will some up our feelings that day and remind us what a great day we had. Thanks again.

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WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO CHANGE THE INDUSTRY? he people featured in this issue are dedicating their lives to bettering the industry. Whether it’s with a new or even proven herd sire, raising a family, showing or developing a new product or company, the work they are doing is setting up the industry for bigger breakthroughs. This is evident in the last paragraph of the Hall of Fame article on page 312 where Katie Hoge describes her family’s outlook on success. It can be found on page 361 where Duello used the tagline “Game Changer” to describe his bull Icon. It can be found in every

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special feature, article and ad. People are working day in and day out to make an impact. It struck me hard how many people we worked with getting this issue to print were primarily focused on how they could excel the genetics, skills and knowledge of the industry and people around them. Take advantage of that. Read every article - study every ad. Use this issue as a tool to help you excel both in the ring and in the pasture. Here’s to making your own impact!

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Rodgers Bulls are featured on the cover of our Sire Edition for the 4th time! Our March/April 2019 cover features the Grand Champion Steers from all of the Majors including Grand and Reserve in Kansas City, Grand in Louisville, Grand and Reserve in Denver and Grand in Fort Worth! All were sired by Rodgers Bulls! PLUS VIEW THE FULL RODGERS SIRE CATALOG STARTING ON PAGE 50! Louisville, Fort Worth and Kansas City Photos were taken by The Showtimes. Denver photos purchased from Show Champions.


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BLACKOUT INTERNS We are excited to announce 9 Interns for Blackout 7! Thank you so much to everyone who took the time to apply! There were so many great applications from 30 different states as well as Canada! Congratulations to Macey Goretska, Abigail Pitstick, Sammi Schrag, Regan Culp, Caley Mayo, Kory Ridnour, Samantha Reese, Dillon Hinners and Cody Maddox! We look forward to working with you in Loveland, Colorado!

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The Showtimes had a busy two months in Denver and Fort Worth on our I AM SHOWTIMES TOUR! In Denver, we had our store on the hill in the Stadium Arena. We also had a booth in the yards in the Livestock Center. Thanks to everyone who stopped by! We also traveled to Fort Worth for their 2019 Steer Show! It was great getting to visit with everyone in Texas! We were greatly impressed with the Fort Worth Steer Show! If you’ve never been, it is definitely something you will want to attend in the future!

SHOW CENTER IS BACK IN 4K We brought Show Center back with 4K video coverage this past Fall. Watch Episode I from Louisville and episode II from Fort Worth on The Showtimes App, www.theshowtimesmagazine.com or through Vimeo. Look for Episode III from Blackout 7 March 27, 2019!

AFTER DARK - BLACKOUT 7 Don’t miss our AFTER DARK ONLINE SALE March 18th on cwcattlesales.com. The online sale will feature our Showtimes / Sullivan Supply Stall Bid-Off. The winning bidder can uload their cattle and go straight to a setup stall that includes a sit down showbox, end pannels, fan, fan stand, mat, shavings and custom black and white themed blower! Plus, you get to take everything home with you! Proceeds will go towards Scholarships at the show! In addition, the online sale will host approximately 10 lots ranging from Embryos’ Semen and Industry Equipment! Proceeds from our 10 lots will go towards the Maine-Anjou’s Double Down in Des Moines Junior National! The Blackout Jackpot 7 will be held March 22-24, 2019 at The Ranch in Loveland, Colorado. The show will once again be held with the CSU Green & Gold Showdown.


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HALL OF FAME In Denver we had the opportunity to award both of our recent Hall of Fame members with their plaques. Congratulations again to the Allan Family and P.D. Miller on your induction into The Showtimes Hall of Fame! Be sure to check out our newest Hall of Fame Member on page 312!

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NEW HOODIES + CAPS The Showtimes is excited to announce our new line of hoodies and fitted caps for Spring 2019! We will have our store setup at Blackout Jackpot 7 with new items! They will also be available in our online store at theshowtimesmagazine. com/store while supplies last!

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A 70,000-plus square-foot, $55 million hotel and convention center, Wyoming’s largest, will be built south of Cheyenne and open in 2021, a Wyoming development company announced Friday. 307 Land Development LLC announced it will build, own and operate the complex, which will also include an events center, entertainment complex and restaurant at the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce’s February luncheon. Work on the 150-bed 307 Hotel, Convention and Event Center Complex will begin this fall and the facility is expected to be completed in the summer of 2021, said Tate Bauman, 307 Land Development’s CEO.

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CONTACT US Text or Email Blog Updates: RODGERSCATTLECOBULLS@GMAIL.COM COLTON LIND 970-397-0942 CHRIS ROSA 641-203-1686 OR RODGERSCATTLECO@YAHOO.COM Send Your High Sellers & Pictures: RODGERSCATTLECOBULLS@GMAIL.COM Phone Numbers: WADE RODGERS (515) 480-6896 KAYLENE RODGERS (515) 783-6107 DUSTIN SMITH (641) 990-7787 AUSTIN WOOSTER (712) 269-5504 CHRIS ROSA (641) 203-1686 FIELD REP. CLINT THOMPSON (816) 500-7755 COLTON OTTO (712) 269-7746

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MAILING ADDRESS: RODGERS CATTLE CO. 405 510TH AVE. SEARSBORO, IA 50242

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A somewhat COMPLETE LIST OF RECENT HIGH SELLERS SIRED BY RCC BULLS

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Price $13,000 $9,750 $125,000 $32,000 $23,500 $22,000 $20,000 $13,500 $13,000 $12,500 $12,000 $10,000 $9,850 $9,500 $9,100 $8,250 $7,800 $7,500 $16,000 $11,000 $27,500 $11,000 $7,500 $88,000 $77,000 $59,250 $52,500 $41,500 $40,500 $40,000 $33,000 $30,500 $30,500 $25,500 $25,000 $20,500 $19,000 $18,500 $17,500 $15,500 $15,500 $15,000 $15,000 $14,500 $14,500 $14,000 $14,000 $13,500 $13,000 $12,500 $11,500 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $11,000 $10,500 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $9,750 $9,750 $9,500 $9,500 $9,250 $9,000 $8,750 $8,750 $8,750 $8,500 $8,500 $8,500 $8,500 $8,500 $8,500 $8,250 $8,250 $8,250 $8,000 $7,750 $7,750 $7,750

Seller Clayton Cattle Company Hanewich Cattle Co Jeremy Clark Jones Show Cattle Jones Show Cattle Hanold, Meisner, Schnettgoecke Jones Show Cattle Wayne & Barb Ohlrich First Class Bred Female Sale Jones Show Cattle Griswold Cattle Co Minnaert Show Cattle Sieck Show Cattle Copeland Cattle Co Jones Show Cattle Fitz Genetics Combined Forces Willow Springs Ranch Bremer / RJ Scott Heinrich Brian Martin Show Cattle First Class Bred Female Sale Reimann Ranch Goretska Show Steers Goretska Show Steers Ward Eckloff Putz Cattle Smith Family Cattle Co Reimann Ranch Doris Show Cattle / RCC Doris Show Cattle Wacey & Dakota Townsend Shirley Show Cattle Abney Family Cattle Black Hereford Ranch Bruns, Criner and Jackson Boyert-Core Collin Eichler Fletcher & Lex Larsen Cromwell Cattle Co. Goretska Show Steers Goretska Show Steers Collins Cattle Co Collins Cattle Co Shirley Show Cattle Vickand Show Cattle Collins Cattle Co Bruns, Criner and Jackson Goretska Show Steers Kober / Jacobs Vandy Cattle Co RCC Tyler Hartgers Rick Frye Toenyes Livestock & Tebbe Farms Collins Cattle Co Combined Forces Faber / Kober Putz Cattle Hoobler Show Cattle Ethan Hanold England Cattle Co Simon / Newton Cattle Collins Cattle Co Dakota Classic Boyert-Core Zwirn Cattle Co Putz Cattle Wilson Farms Shirley Show Cattle Grauer Show Cattle Minnaert Show Cattle Fletcher & Lex Larsen Webster Cattle Co RJ Cattle Co Collins Cattle Co Goretska Show Steers Weiss Brothers Dave Stoltz RCC RCC England Show Stock Collin Eichler

Sire Believe In Me Believe In Me Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Daddys Money Drivin 80 Drivin 80 Extra Special Extra Special Extra Special Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu Fu Man Chu

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Price $7,500 $7,500 $12,600 $12,500 $11,500 $10,500 $9,250 $9,000 $8,750 $8,100 $7,750 $165,000 $75,000 $60,000 $40,000 $40,000 $39,750 $39,000 $35,000 $27,500 $24,500 $23,500 $23,500 $19,500 $19,000 $18,000 $15,500 $15,500 $15,500 $15,000 $13,500 $13,000 $12,500 $12,000 $11,500 $11,500 $11,000 $11,000 $10,900 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $9,500 $9,000 $9,000 $8,750 $8,500 $8,500 $8,250 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $7,800 $7,750 $7,500 $7,500 $7,500 $51,500 $22,500 $32,000 $13,000 $10,000 $10,000 $9,550 $9,000 $20,500 $20,000 $8,750 $25,500 $15,000 $10,500 $9,500 $7,500 $15,000 $33,000 $29,000 $24,500

Seller Wilson Farms Gray Show Cattle Webster Cattle Co Goretska Show Steers Goeken Cattle Goeken Cattle Brock Welshans Shirley Show Cattle RJ Cattle Co Fries Farms M Lazy Heart Ranch MimmsShow Cattle Bonham Show Cattle Bonham Show Cattle Hilbert Show Steers Doris / RCC Boyert-Core Brian Martin Show Cattle RJ Cattle Co Kalen Miller Charlie Wilson Goretska Show Steers Webster Cattle Co England Cattle Co Dave Stoltz Josh Blackford Christo Cattle Wedig Show Cattle Faber / Kober Jeff Miller Brian Martin Show Cattle Josh Blackford Landgren Ranch Brian Martin Show Cattle Beckett Cattle Burke Show Cattle & Went Blacks Boyert-Core Gray Show Cattle First Class Bred Female Sale Doris Show Cattle Goretska Show Steers Charlie Wilson Lutrick Show Cattle Jeff Miller Larrison Farms Grant Caldwell Kober / Jacobs Otto Show Cattle M Lazy Heart Ranch M Lazy Heart Ranch K&K Cattle Co. / Weimer-Stiles Cattle Simon / Newton Cattle Curt Wolff Burke Show Cattle & Went Blacks Wilson Farms Brian Martin Show Cattle Brian Martin Show Cattle Goretska Show Steers England Show Stock Brock Welshans Z Bar H Club Calves Josh Blackford Brian Martin Show Cattle Wayne & Barb Ohlrich Brian Martin Show Cattle Bruns, Criner and Jackson Heart Felt Farms Champions Bruns, Criner and Jackson Kegley Farms Heart Felt Farms Champions Goretska Show Steers LeClaire Cattle Simon / Newton Cattle RCC Bennett Show Cattle Grauer Show Cattle Thompson Show Steers Cow Sale England Show Stock Jones Show Cattle RJ Cattle Co Scott Club Calves Cromwell Cattle Co.

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$23,500 $23,000 $18,000 $15,500 Price $15,000 $14,500 $14,000 $13,000 $12,750 $12,500 $12,500 $11,500 $11,500 $10,500 $10,500 $10,000 $9,750 $9,000 $8,750 $8,750 $8,500 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $7,800 $7,750 $7,650 $7,600 $7,500 $7,500 $16,500 $22,000 $16,000 $16,000 $15,000 $15,000 $13,000 $12,000 $10,500 $10,000 $10,000 $9,700 $9,000 $9,000 $8,750 $8,750 $8,700 $8,600 $8,300 $8,250 $8,000 $8,000 $7,500 $65,000 $15,500 $15,000 $13,500 $12,500 $11,500 $11,000 $11,000 $8,750 $8,750 $7,500 $10,100 $12,500 $7,750 $12,000 $8,000 $21,500 $15,500 $14,000 $8,000 $26,000 $23,000 $16,000 $13,500 $7,500

Cromwell Cattle Co. M Lazy Heart Ranch Sandy Show Steers M Lazy Heart Ranch Seller Nix Farms Eaves Show Cattle Mittag Show Cattle Tyler Hartgers Wiese Cattle Co Josh Blackford Collins Cattle Co Blach Cattle Simon / Newton Cattle Bremer / RJ Hornung Show Cattle Horn Livestock Horn Livestock Fraker Show Cattle Charlie Wilson RJ Cattle Co Roberts Cattle Horn Livestock Coblentz Show Cattle Derrow & Talley Copeland Cattle Co Mark Ball Toenyes Livestock & Tebbe Farms Griswold Cattle Co Simon / Newton Cattle Weaver Show Cattle First Class Bred Female Sale Geist Cattle Kelley/Hertrampf Show Cattle Copeland Cattle Co Jared Flyod Shirley Show Cattle Share The Brand England Show Stock Black Hereford Ranch Kerlee Cattle Doris Show Cattle Cline Cattle Co Collins Cattle Co Black Hereford Ranch Black Hereford Ranch Simon / Newton Cattle Bremer / RJ England Show Stock Collins Cattle Co Thompson Show Steers Cow Sale Thompson Show Steers Cow Sale Black Hereford Ranch Wiese Cattle Co McDaniel/Wiedel Combined Forces Goeken Cattle Ward Eckloff Lock Cattle Co. Josh Blackford Garwood Cattle Co Josh Blackford Toenyes Livestock & Tebbe Farms Bremer / RJ Vickand Show Cattle Wayne & Barb Ohlrich Gateway Genetics Toenyes Livestock & Tebbe Farms First Class Bred Female Sale Keller Club Calves Fries Farms M Lazy Heart Ranch Copeland Cattle Co Gray Show Cattle Cromwell Cattle Co. Share The Brand Donors Unlimited Jones Show Cattle Donors Unlimited Boyert-Core Lutrick Show Cattle Lutrick Show Cattle

***WE APOLOGIZE FOR THOSE WE MISSED.

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the NEW UPCOMING BULLS. 2019 BULLS.

WYNNE IN DOUBT.

GOOD AS IT GETS.

SIRE: MATERNAL MADE DAM: BROKER/ANGUS DNA: THF PHAF

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BURNING MAN.


“THE MATERNAL BULL WE HAVE ALL BEEN LOOKING FOR!!!” Said by many that saw him in Denver, maybe the best they’ve ever seen for being Maine/Sim/Angus cross. GAIG is extremely unique in his design, his neck sets high out of the top of his shoulder and has an enormous body with unmatched balance. His hair coat is better than most THC bulls. We feel the bull will breed show heifers and steers alike for generations to come. Ask any who’ve seen him; he is truly Good As It Gets!!!! Reg 1/4 Maine 1/4 Simmi

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“THE MATERNAL BULL WE HAVE ALL BEEN LOOKING FOR!!!”

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the NEW UPCOMING BULLS.

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WYNNE IN DOUBT.

GOOD AS IT GETS.

BURNING MAN.

HERE I AM X 3/4 ANGUS (STRUCTURE X N. IMPROVEMENT X FULL FLUSH)

BW 80# :: THC PHAF DSC :: RAISED BY WYNNE CATTLE CO :: BORN 11/27/17

MAY WE ALL.


WID IS THE HIA SON WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR : His round soft rib cage, high neck set, and overall chubby ness makes him more desirable than any other HIA sons on the market. From the first time we saw Wynne In Doubt we felt he was the one we had been looking for to make highly sought after fat steers. His hair coat and structure are unparalleled. Wynne In Doubt on what to breed your cows to he is your answer!!!

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the NEW UPCOMING BULLS. 2019 BULLS.

WYNNE IN DOUBT.

GOOD AS IT GETS.

BURNING MAN.

MAY WE ALL.

BURNING MAN

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: WHISKEY CHIC (IW x HW) DNA: THC PHAF DSC OWNED WITH: GOET

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Burning Man Has been a standout since birth, big ears, choke neck, big belly, good feet and legs. Ask Rick Frye about this bull; one of his favorites in 2019! The mother of BM Whiskey Chic needs no introduction; already producing over $350,000 in offspring in her short time. Red is hot in the south and we feel Burning Man will be on fire for years to come!!

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PURCHASED IN 2019

MAY WE ALL DADDY’S MONEY X IRISH WHISKEY

MAY WE ALL DADDY’S MONEY x IRISH WHISKEY THF PHAF PRICE: $30

Several of The Best Bred Heifers That Sold This Fall/Winter Sold Bred To “May We All”!!!!

THE #1 DADDY’S MONEY SON!!

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THANK YOU TO BRAD SMITH & BRIAN FOX FOR SELLING US MAY WE ALL!!

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ACTUAL BIRTH WEIGHT OF 55 POUNDS

LEGIT CALVING EASE!


HERE I AM THERE’S NO SUBSITUTE FOR RESULTS.

HIA IS THE NEW UNDISPUTED KING OF THE RING!

IF YOU WANT HIGH SELLERS, PROSPECT SHOW WINNERS, MAJOR SHOW WINNERS, HIA IS THE ANSWER. Even the people that doubted them came back to their milk after they had them on feed! We do admit these cattle can go through funny stages, but they come back around and do exactly what we hoped they would!! We feel he is very versatile in his breeding, protect him on belly with the cow and no matter how she’s bred he can do the rest!!! Also look for this bull to make females to raise steers with, ask Chad Thompson about his HIA first calf heifers “they’re incredible they milk and have them on their own”!!

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SIRE: WALKS ALONE DAM: GORETSKA 805 (ALI X HEATWAVE/HABANERO) DNA: THC PHAF DSC CANE CODE: CM129 PRICE: $40 OWNED WITH: CHRIS ROSA

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HERE I AM

GRAND AT 4 0F THE 5

MAJORS

STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER HEIFER HEIFER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER BULL STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER BD HEIFER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER BULL HEIFER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER STEER HEIFER HEIFER HEIFER

MIKE MIMMS $165,000 BONHAM SHOW CATTLE $75,000 BONHAM SHOW CATTLE $60,000 MIKE MIMMS $44,000 HILBERT SHOW STEERS $40,000 DORIS / RCC $40,000 BOYERT-CORE $39,750 BRIAN MARTIN SHOW CA $39,000 RJ CATTLE CO $35,000 KALEN MILLER $27,500 CHARLIE WILSON $24,500 GORETSKA SHOW STEERS $23,500 WEBSTER CATTLE CO $23,500 CONNOR CLINE $22,000 CONNOR CLINE $20,000 ENGLAND CATTLE CO $19,500 DAVE STOLTZ $19,000 JOSH BLACKFORD $18,000 CHRISTO CATTLE $15,500 WEDIG SHOW CATTLE $15,500 FABER / KOBER $15,500 JEFF MILLER $15,000 BRIAN MARTIN $13,500 JOSH BLACKFORD $13,000 LANDGREN RANCH $12,500 BRIAN MARTIN $12,000 BECKETT CATTLE $11,500 BURKE / WENT BLACKS $11,500 BOYERT-CORE $11,000 GRAY SHOW CATTLE $11,000 FIRST CLASS FEMALE $10,900 MIKE MIMMS $10,500 DORIS SHOW CATTLE $10,000 GORETSKA SHOW STEERS $10,000 CHARLIE WILSON $10,000 LUTRICK SHOW CATTLE $10,000 JEFF MILLER $10,000 LARRISON FARMS $9,500 GRANT CALDWELL $9,000 KOBER / JACOBS $9,000 OTTO SHOW CATTLE $8,750 M LAZY HEART RANCH $8,500 M LAZY HEART RANCH $8,500 K&K / WEIMER-STILES $8,250 SIMON / NEWTON CATTLE $8,000 CURT WOLFF $8,000 BURKE / WENT BLACKS $8,000 WILSON FARMS $8,000 BRIAN MARTIN $8,000 BRIAN MARTIN $8,000 GORETSKA SHOW STEERS $7,800 ENGLAND SHOW STOCK $7,750 BROCK WELSHANS $7,500 Z BAR H CLUB CALVES $7,500 JOSH BLACKFORD $7,500

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SINCE THE FIRST IGWTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ARRIVED, I HAVE BEEN IN AWE OF HOW THIS BULL HAS GENERATED!!! HE WILL MAKE EM AS GOOD AT THE GROUND AS ANY BULL WE HAVE EVER USED. HE MAKES THEM SQUARE AND LEVEL IN THEIR RUMP STRUCTURE AND HAS MADE THEIR NECKS AND FRONTS VERY DESIRABLE. AS WE CONTINUE BREEDING THIS BULL, WE HAVE FOUND A GREAT NEW WAY TO MAKE YELLOW BALDIES BY BREEDING HIM TO OUR HEREFORD APPEARING FEMALES. THESE HAVE BEEN SOME OF OUR MORE UNIQUE LOOKING CATTLE NOT JUST IN COLOR PATTERN, BUT BUILD AND HAIR AS WELL . HE HAS BEEN EXTREMELY CONSISTENT IN HIS BIRTHWEIGHTS. WE HAVE A SET OF HEIFERS THAT WE ARE GETTING READY TO BREED TO HIM THAT LOOK LIKE THE KIND I WANT TO KEEP AND MAKE COWS OUT OF! IGWT WORKS ON A WIDE VARIETY OF COWS AND WILL MAKE THE KIND THE INDUSTRY IS STRIVING TO GET AND KEEP COMING . BREED THIS BULL WITH CONFIDENCE!! JUST ASK SOMEONE THAT HAS!!

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IN GOD WE TRUST STEER RJ CATTLE CO IN GOD WE TRUST STEER SCOTT CLUB CALVES IN GOD WE TRUST STEER CROMWELL CATTLE CO. IN GOD WE TRUST STEER CROMWELL CATTLE CO. IN GOD WE TRUST STEER M LAZY HEART RANCH IN GOD WE TRUST STEER JARED FLYOD IN GOD WE TRUST STEER SANDY SHOW STEERS IN GOD WE TRUST STEER M LAZY HEART RANCH IN GOD WE TRUST STEER NIX FARMS IN GOD WE TRUST STEER JARED FLYOD IN GOD WE TRUST STEER EAVES SHOW CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST HEIFER MITTAG SHOW CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST STEER TYLER HARTGERS IN GOD WE TRUST STEER WIESE CATTLE CO IN GOD WE TRUST STEER JOSH BLACKFORD IN GOD WE TRUST STEER COLLINS CATTLE CO IN GOD WE TRUST STEER BLACH CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST STEER SIMON / NEWTON CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST HEIFER BREMER / RJ IN GOD WE TRUST STEER HORNUNG SHOW CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST HEIFER HORN LIVESTOCK IN GOD WE TRUST BULL HORN LIVESTOCK IN GOD WE TRUST STEER FRAKER SHOW CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST STEER CHARLIE WILSON IN GOD WE TRUST STEER RJ CATTLE CO IN GOD WE TRUST HEIFER ROBERTS CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST BULL HORN LIVESTOCK IN GOD WE TRUST STEER COBLENTZ SHOW CATTLE IN GOD WE TRUST HEIFER DERROW & TALLEY IN GOD WE TRUST STEER COPELAND CATTLE CO IN GOD WE TRUST STEER MARK BALL IN GOD WE TRUST STEER TOENYES & TEBBE

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FAIR AND SQUARE IS THE MOST EXCITING FU MAN CHU SON TO DATE! FNS’s build is what we look for in the FU’s. he is extremely deep bodied, wide square pinned, awesome balance from chest to flank, and perfect in his structure!! We love the cow side of him as well. she is an Ali/Full Flush That has produced many high sellers and champions!

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A couple of the first new borns sired by FNS

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SIRE: FU MAN CHU DAM: MILKY WAY DNA: THC PHAF PRICE: $30


SIRE: MADE TO ORDER DAM: LUEKING EMERSON DNA: THF PHAF DSC CANE CODE: 54CA852 REG: ACA #370497 PRICE: $40

WE FEEL THIS IS THE MOST UNIQUE CLEAN BULL WE HAVE CAME UP WITH TO DATE. His high clean neck, incredible body shape, enormous flexible feet, and unmatched hair coat make him One Of A Kind !!!! 1OAK is also loaded with genetics. Made To Order is winning Grand Champion in Denver, NECC, Michigan AGR!! His mother is no slouch either she raised two flush mate brothers that were Grand Champion at NECC and Michigan AGR! This bull is a no brainer if your cows are clean or dirty we feel he can do the job. 1OAK truly has what it takes!!!!

A Couple of the first new borns sired by 1OAK

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[fu man chu] SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: BOUNTY HUNTER DNA: THC PHAF DSC CANE CODE: 54CA852 REG: ACA #370497 PRICE: $100 OWNED WITH: GORETSKA & CAMPBELL

R.I.P. FU MAN CHU, due to internal digestion failure it saddens us to say we had to put him down to save him any more suffering. There is a limited supply of semen left that will be priced at $100 until it is reduced then pricing will change from there. He has made a huge impact on the club calf market in the last few years!

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Fu Man Chu Has The Ability To Put Feet & Legs That Are Absolutely Incredible!!! Use Fu Man Chu On Powerfully Built Females, That Need Softened up, While Adding Hair & A Sound Structure!!!

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TRACY GORETSKA SETS RECORDS WITH HIS 2018 FU MAN CHU CALVES WITH ALL TIME HIGH SELLER OF $88,000!!! GORETSKA SHOW STEERS SALE RESULTS TOP 5 HEAD AVE. $57,000 TOP 18 HEAD AVE. $23,180.50


{clean money} SIRE: FU MAN CHU DAM: JSC VELVET 112W DNA: THF PHAF DSF

Rodgers BULLS

PRICE: $30

Clean Money is the triple clean Fu Man Chu son of choice, great jointed, soft bodied, awesome balance, and great looking. Out of the same cow as Daddyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Money we feel this bulls breeding capabilities could be endless.

{fu 805} SIRE: FU MAN CHU DAM: 805 DNA: THC PHAF PRICE: $25

When Tracy Goretska gave us first pick of his 805 donor 3 years ago we knew without doubt we got the best bull: Here I Am!!! He called this spring and said he raised the next best 805 son without doubt!! Fu 805 is huge boned, long haired, super square hipped, and ultra good looking !! Use this bull to sire look with power!!!

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Getcha somE

SIRE: I BELIEVE DAM: MONOPOLY DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: 54CA865 OWNED WITH: GOET PRICE: $40

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IF YOU WANT THEM WITH A PERFECT BACK LEG, SOFT CHUBBY LOOK, AND A HIGH NECK SET GETCHA SOME WILL BE RIGHT UP YOUR ALLEY. WE REALLY FEEL THIS BULL WILL BREED SIMILAR TO MONOPOLY. GETCHA SOME HAS TWO SHOTS OF HEAT WAVE IN HIS PEDIGREE AND THE FAMOUS KELLI COW. HIS MOTHER IS A MATERNAL SISTER TO MADE TO ORDER AND M2O2. A CROWD FAVORITE IN THE YARDS AT DENVER IN 2016.

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GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER GETCHA SOME STEER

JARED FLYOD WEBSTER CATTLE CO GORETSKA SHOW STEERS GOEKEN CATTLE GOEKEN CATTLE BROCK WELSHANS SHIRLEY SHOW CATTLE RJ CATTLE CO FRIES FARMS M LAZY HEART RANCH

17,000 12,600 12,500 11,500 10,500 9,250 9,000 8,750 8,100 7,750


DNA: THC PHAF PRICE: $30

HERE I AM X UNSTOPPABLE HE’S REALLY CHUBBY, SOFT, AND STILL POSSESSES HIS FATHERS POWER, LOOK, AND SOUNDNESS!! WE FEEL HE IS A MUST USE SIRE FOR 2019. YOU’VE GOT TO RISK IT IF YOU WANT THE BISCUIT !!! OWNED WITH BRUCE EGBERT.

Rodgers

CALL FOR BULL LEASE OPTIONS BTO

NO PRESSURE

TWO TONE

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BLOWIN SMOKE

BLOCKBUSTER

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HI HO HIGH SELLERS

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SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: ALIAS/MEYER DNA: THF PHAF DSC CANE CODE: XB 340 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: CHRIS ROSA

SILVER

HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER HEIFER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER HEIFER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER STEER HI HO SILVER HEIFER

BRIAN MARTIN TUSA SHOW CATTLE WAYNE & BARB OHLRICH JEFF GRAHAM BRIAN MARTIN SHOW CATTLE BRUNS, CRINER AND JACKSON HEART FELT FARMS BRUNS, CRINER AND JACKSON KEGLEY FARMS HEART FELT FARMS

HIHO $51,500 $20,000 $22,500 $22,500 $22,000 $13,000 $10,000 $10,000 $9,550 $9,000

MANY GENERATIONS OF CLUB CALF PRODUCTION WILL FOREVER BE CHANGED WITH THIS INCREDIBLE TH AND PHA FREE BULL. NEVER BEFORE HAS A BULL LIKE THIS BEEN AVAILABLE. HIS LEGACY SHOULD BE LEFT IN THE ABILITY TO PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY STEERS, ELITE SHOW HEIFERS, AND UNBELIEVABLE REPLACEMENT FEMALES. WITHOUT QUESTION, UNLIKE ANY OTHER WE HAVE PROMOTED, HI HO SILVER CHANGES THE GAME!


SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: TROUBADOUR/5005 DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: 54XB399 PRICE: $30

holy smoker TROUBADOUR x 5005

5005

MANY ASTUTE CATTLEMEN LIKE THEIR HOLY SMOKERS. HE IS BUILT GREAT, BIG TOPPED, SUPER HIPPED, AND HAS PLENTY OF BELLY. IN ADDITION TO HIM THROWING TOP SELLING STEER CALVES HIS FEMALES WILL BE OUTSTANDING. THE KIND TO BUILD A COW HERD AROUND. HE IS VERY SOFT MADE AND STILL NICE FRONTED. HE IS A GREAT ONE. POWER IN THE BLOOD.

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$20,500 HOLY SMOKER STEER SOLD BY GORETSKA

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man among boys

MONOPOLY X HARDCORE / WMW

DNA: THC PHAF

CANE CODE: XX3462, XB125 REG: ACA #370785, AMA #427197

PRICE: $50

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AMERICA’S MOST CONSISTENT CLUB CALF BULL; ASK THE MANY PEOPLE WHO USED HIM, HE FLAT WORKS! THE COMPETITION CAN’T EVEN RESIST, HE WILL OFTEN BE IMITATED BUT NEVER DUPLICATED!!! CALL & GET YOUR ORIGINAL SEMEN!!

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MAB DAUGHTERS ARE MAKING GOOD COWS!

HIGH QUALITY ORIGINAL SEMEN AVAILABLE


SIRE: MUDDY BOTTOMS (ROTTEN COTTON X YJ 5005)

DAM: MONOPOLY X ROTTEN COTTON DNA: THC PHAF PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: JAKE FRANKE, SKIP ADAMS

WE PURCHASED SAVAGE FROM JAKE FRANKE AND SKIP ADAMS OF TEXAS AND WE WERE NOT DISAPPOINTED!! THIS RED AND WHITE BULL IS SUPER SQUARE BUILT, GOOD ON HIS FEET, SOFT BODIED AND GOOD LOOKING!! COLOR IS IN AND WE FEEL THIS BULL COULD ADD TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF VALUE TO YOUR COW HERD!

EXTRA SPECIAL

SAVAGE SIRE: REAL DEAL(AIRHART) DAM: KC MAINE/ANG DNA: THF PHAF DSF CANE CODE: XB292 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: NEWMANN

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EXTRA SPECIAL IS A VERY UNIQUE BREEDING PIECE, HE HAS NO CLUB CALF BULL IN HIS PEDIGREE FOR THE LAST 30 YEARS! YOU CAN BREED HIM TO ANYTHING! HE IS PERFECT BUILT FOR SLICK SHEAR CATTLE BUT ALSO HAS A SOFT COAT OF HAIR MAKING HIM VERSATILE FOR THE NORTHERN WORLD. WE HAVE BEEN AROUND MANY CATTLE, BUT HAVE NOT SEEN AN ANIMAL AS SOFT, EASY DOING, AND GENTLE AS THIS ONE! WE HAVE HAD SEVERAL BREEDERS CONTACT US ABOUT EXTRA SPECIAL SAYING THAT HE IS WHAT THE CLUB CALF BUSINESS HAS BEEN WAITING FOR.

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SIRE: HEAT WAVE DAM: 7587 DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: XB084 REG: ACA 362775 PRICE: $20 OWNED WITH: HECKMAN, ROSA, ONION, TAYLOR

BELIEVE

in me

SIRE: HEAT WAVE DAM: 7587 DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: XB007 REG: ACA #348625 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: WEBER, PIFFER, FERGUSON

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Walks Alone Alone Walks

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WALKS ALONE AND BIM HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME HE WAS OUR FIRST AND ALWAYS BE OUR FAVORITE AROUND THE RCC!!! DONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T GIVE UP ON THIS BULL YET HIS BEST ATTRIBUTE MAY BE HIS FEMALES!! ASK ANYONE WHO HAS THEM FOR COWS THEY ARE TRULY TREMENDOUS!!!


I BELIEVE

SIRE: BELIEVE IN ME DAM: HARD DRIVE DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: 54CM126 PRICE: $35 OWNED WITH: GOET

I BELIEVE I BELIEVE I BELIEVE I BELIEVE I BELIEVE

STEER HEIFER HEIFER BR COW STEER

RCC BENNETT SHOW CATTLE GRAUER SHOW CATTLE THOMPSON SHOW STEERS ENGLAND SHOW STOCK

$25,500 $15,000 $10,500 $9,500 $7,500

WORKS AWESOME ON MONOPOLY FEMALES, NOT SURE WHY BUT THAT CROSS WORKS. WITH LIMITED SEMEN SALES, I BELIEVE IS MAKING A COMBACK. PRODUCING MULTIPLE HIGH SELLERS AND CHAMPIONS THIS YEAR. WE FEEL THIS BULL HAS TWO OF THE MOST POWERFUL COW FAMILIES THE CLUB CALF INDUSTRY HAS EVER SEEN; 7587(DRAFT PICK SON X MISS PERFECTION F.F X 602) AND MILEY(DAM OF I-80).

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made to order THERE IS A VERY LIMITED AMOUNT OF SEMEN ON MADE TO ORDER. FORTUNATLY WE HAVE M2O2, HE IS A FULL SIB. THEIR MOTHER KELLI (WHO DAM MAN X HS/6651) WAS SUCCESSFULLY SHOWN BY THE BRIDWELL FAMILY AND WAS A STAND OUT CHAMPION IN LOUISVILLE. SHE IS NOW VALUED OVER $100,000 AND IS A VERY SUCCESSFUL DONOR. THE KELLI COW HAS SOLD OVER $500,000 OF PROGENY WITH MOST BRINGING OVER $10,000 EACH. THEY ALMOST HAVE TOO MANY WINNING AND HIGH SELLING SIBLINGS TO KEEP TRACK OF; TRUE POWER IN THE BLOOD HERE! THESE BULLS ARE ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESS IN THEIR STRUCTURE, HUGE FOOTED, AND ABOUT AS SMOOTH AS YOU COULD DESIGN ONE. THEY POSSESS MORE LENGTH OF BODY AND BETTER STUCTURE THAN MOST MONOPOLYS.

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SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: KELLI DNA: THF PHAF DSC CANE CODE: CA858 PRICE: ASK/AUCTION OWNED WITH: GOET

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M2O2 IS A FULL BROTHER TO MADE TO ORDER; NOT A CLONE. TESTED TH FREE, THIS BULL WILL BE AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE TO MADE TO ORDER. HIS BUILD AND OVERALL COMPOSITION IS VERY SIMILAR TO HIS BROTHER. THIS BULL IS PICKING UP STEAM AS LIMITED CALF REPORTS ARE COMING IN.

M2O2 SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: KELLI DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: CA882 PRICE: $ASK OWNED WITH: GOET

QUALITY COUNTS CALVING REPORTS HAVE BEEN REALLY GOOD. NO MATTER WHAT ASPECT OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY YOU ARE IN; ONE MUST APPRECIATE THIS BULL. THIS MADE TO ORDER SON IS SUPER STRIKING IN HIS PROFILE, AND UNBELIEVABLY CORRECT ON HIS FEET AND LEGS. HEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S THE KIND TO BUILD A COW HERD AROUND. SOFT MADE BUT STILL VERY NICE FRONTED. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET IN ON A GREAT YOUNG MATERNAL SIRE.

quality counts

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SIRE: MADE TO ORDER DAM: HAIRY BEAR DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: 54CM133 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: PAUL MILLER

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ONE AND ONLY SHEAR BALDY POWER. THE NEXT GENERATION OF ONE AND ONLY FEMALES WILL MAKE THEIR MARK AS STEER RAISING COWS.

SIRE: HEAT WAVE DAM: 109 DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: XB070 REG: ACA #353302 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: ROSA, SPEAR

MAN OF THE YEAR THIS MAB IS OUT OF SMILIN BOB’S MOTHER, OWNED BY GARTEN CATTLE CO. MAN OF THE YEAR PUTS THE GENETICS FROM 2 HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SIRES ALL IN ONE PACKAGE. HE IS TREMENDOUSLY BIG HIPPED AND HEAVY BONED, BUT STILL COMES IN AN ATTRACTIVE PACKAGE.

SIRE: MAN AMONG BOYS DAM: 3D (SMILIN BOB DAM) DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: 109XX548 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: GARTON

RODGER THAT WE ARE CERTAIN THAT “RODGER THAT” IS THE BEST BLACK MAN AMONG BOYS’ SON AVAILABLE. FREEZING HIGH QUALITY SEMEN, READY FOR SHIPMENT!

SIRE: MAN AMONG BOYS DAM: HOTTY DNA: THC PHAF CANE CODE: MA843 REG: AMA #442049 PRICE: $20 OWNED WITH: GOET

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TH FREE MAB

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VERY SELDOM DOES AN ANIMAL COME ALONG WITH THIS MUCH BODY, DIMENSION, AND CHUBBINESS THAT IS TH AND PHA FREE!!! HE HAS BIG SHAG ALSO!!

SIRE: MAN AMONG BOYS DAM: 7587 DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: CM130 PRICE: $25


Rodgers M AT E R N A L S I R E S SIRE: UNLIMITED POWER DAM: WHISKEY/KELLI DNA: THF PHAF 3/4 MAINE PRICE: $30

MAINE-ANJOU GENETICS AT THEIR BEST. THIS SOFT BODIED, EXTREMELY SOUND STRUCTURED BULL STEMS FROM ONE OF THE BEST LOOKING COWS IN THE INDUSTRY. A SON OF UNLIMITED POWER THAT IS RIGHT FOR THE TIMES.

KELLI, GRANDMOTHER OF UNLEASHED

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MOTHER OF UNLEASHED

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Rodgers M AT E R N A L S I R E S DRIVIN 80

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A QUOTE RIGHT FROM THE BREEDER OF I-80 HIMSELF “DRIVIN’ 80 WAS A LOT EASIER CALVING AND SOUNDER AT BIRTH THAN I-80 WAS”. THIS SUMS UP THE WAY WE FEEL, DRIVIN’ 80 COULD BREED BETTER THAN HIS SIRE. DRIVIN’ 80’S FEET AND LEGS ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT IN THEIR PLACEMENT. WITH ONLY A FEW NUMBER OF HEAD BORN IN 2014 AND ONE BEING A $36,000 HEIFER, DON’T MISS THIS FOR SURE CALVING EASE BULL. COMPARE THIS AWESOME SON TO MANY OTHERS OF HIS KIND; HE WON’T DISSAPPOINT!

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SIRE: I-80 DAM: DESTINY(HARD DRIVE) DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: MA4021 REG: AMA #443334 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: GOET


MATERNAL PERFECTION

SIRE: IRISH WHISKEY DAM: IMPRINT/WD/CF DNA: THF PHAC CANE CODE: 54MA842, MA4079 REG: AMA #441628 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: ROSA, SMITH

POWERFUL MAINE SIRED CATTLE ARE IN EVER INCREASING DEMAND ACROSS AMERICA. WITH THE LOOK, BODY, STYLE AND PERFORMANCE IN A MODERATE MADE, FUNCTIONAL PACKAGE, MATERNAL PERFECTION IS A GO TO SIRE FOR AN IRISH WHISKEY SON WITH THE VERSATILITY TO BE USED IN MANY DIFFERENT ARENAS AND AVENUES OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY. CLUB CALF, COMMERCIAL, AND PUREBRED BREEDERS ALIKE HAVE NOTED THE QUALITY IN HIS FIRST CALF CROP. WHEN CROSSED ON ANGUS, MAINE, CLUB CALF OR SIMMENTAL INFLUENCED FEMALES, THE RESULT IS FLAT GOOD. WE HAVE AS MUCH FAITH IN MATERNAL PERFECTION AS WE HAVE EVER HAD IN ANY OTHER BULL. WE TRULY BELIEVE THAT HE AND HIS FEMALES WILL LEAVE A LEGACY SUCH AS HIS SIRE, IRISH WHISKEY, AND THOSE FEMALES HAVE OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS.

SIRE: HARD DRIVE DAM: IRISH WHISKEY DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: 109MA535 REG: AMA #418906 PRICE: $40 OWNED WITH: MINNEART, HECKMAN, GRISWOLD

HARD WHISKEY

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HE IS GAINING STEAM AND CAN BE USED IN A LOT OF DIFFERENT WAYS AND GET GOOD RESULTS. THESE ATTRIBUTES COMBINED WITH GREAT HAIR AND STYLE IN A TH & PHA FREE PACKAGE. HIS DAM WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS ONE OF THE GREAT FEMALES OF THE BREED, SHE DOES NOT MISS AND PROVES IT IN HER CONSISTENT ABILITY TO PRODUCE.

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All you Need

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YOU WILL APPRECIATE HIS BODY, AND HIS BALANCE. THIS BULL HAS A LOOK THAT IS QUICK TO CATCH YOUR EYE! THIS BULL HAS UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES! USE HIM ON COWS TO MAKE ELITE HIGH CHI SHOW HEIFERS, OR USE HIM ON CARRIER COWS AS A CLEAN OPTION TO MAKE HEIFERS AND/OR GREAT STEERS. USE THIS BULL WITH CONFIDENCE! WE FEEL THAT HE WILL PROVIDE SELLABLE CATTLE IN ANY OPERATION AND SITUATION.

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SET ME FREE THIS BIM SON HAS MORE LEG HAIR THAN MOST TH CARRYING BULLS, HE IS EXTRA COOL THROUGH HIS FRONT 1/3, AWESOME BALANCED, WITH A HUGE TOP! OUT OF GOETEMOELLERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LATEST AND GREATEST DONOR COW RAISING THE WINNING $52,000 MAB STEER SHOWN BY THE MARTIN FAMILY.

SIRE: YOU NEED ME DAM: PB MAINE DNA: THF PHAF PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: DORIS

SIRE: BELIEVE IN ME DAM: MERCEDES 128U DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: MA862 REG: AMA #442051,ACA #370950 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: GOET


MR. MISUNDERSTOOD SIRE: RR FIREWATER DAM: DEJA VU DNA: THF PHAC CANE CODE: 54CM135 PRICE: $5

THOMPSON SQUARED SIRE: CERVESA DAM: OCC LEGEND DNA: THF PHAC CANE CODE: MA891 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: SMITH

I TOWN SIRE: DRIVIN 80 DAM: MAB/WITCH DR. DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: 54MA914 PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: TLACH

SIRE: FU MAN CHU DAM: BLAZE OF GLORY DNA: THF PHAF DSC PRICE: $25 OWNED WITH: RODGERS LIVESTOCK

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R DOUBLE CLEAN

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Better Believe It LLSF BETTER BELIEVE IT 264D SIRE: Pays to Believe DAM: LLSF Cayenne DNA: THF PHAF Purebred Simmental REG: ASA # 3152728 PRICE: $50 OWNED WITH: LEE SIMMENTALS

EPD

CE 6.4

Brth 2.4

Wean Year ADG MCE 59.6 88.2 0.18 6.1

SPRING 2017 EPDs Milk MWW Stay Doc CW API 19.9 49.8 9.8 10.8 25.9 120.9

WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR A PUREBRED SIMMENTAL BULL FOR THE LAST 2-3 YEARS, WE FINALLY FOUND HIM!!!!! AWESOME NECK AND CHESTED, GREAT HEADED AND EAR SET. HE IS WIDE AND SQUARE FROM HIS BLADES TO HIS PIN SET, TREMENDOUS RIB SHAPE, AND AWESOME FOOTED. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO(WWW.RODGERSCATTLECO.COM) AND SEE FOR YOURSELF THIS BULL IS A FREAK FOR HIS BREED!! WE THINK HIS BREEDING POTENTIAL WILL BE AROUND FOR YEARS TO COME!!!!!!

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New day new deal

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SIRE: BIG DEAL DAM: BELLAR HW DNA: THF PHAF 50% SIMMENTAL REG: ASA #3229656 PRICE: $30

MATERNAL SIB TO THE $90,000 WHISKEY CHIC DONOR OWNED WITH GOETEMOELLER. UNIQUE MATERNAL GENETICS HERE. SHOW HEIFERS, REPLACEMENT HEIFERS, BRED HEIFERS ALL WILL BE PHENOMENAL OUT OF THIS BULL. HIS FEET AND LEGS, BODY, AND BUILD ARE INCREDIBLE. WE TRUELY BELIEVE THIS BULL HAS A BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD OF HIM.


DAM OF “MEANT TO BE”

SIRE OF “MEANT TO BE”

FULL SISTER TO “MEANT TO BE”

meant to be

823E

PB SIMMENTAL :: OWNED WITH PAULSEN AND CAMPBELL LAND AND CAT TLE

Rodgers S I M M E N TA L S I R E S

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THE HOT NEW PUREBRED SIRE IN THE COUNTRY! SIRED BY THE TRIPLE CROWN AND BREED CHANGING BROKER AND OUT OF THE DOMINATING KLS DIAMOND! DIAMOND’S UNDEFEATED SHOW RECORD INCLUDES SUPREME FEMALE TITLES AT JUNIOR NATIONALS, ILLINOIS STATE FAIR , AND DENVER OPEN AND JUNIOR SHOWS. MEANT TO BE BLENDS THE BEST OF BOTH SIDES OF HIS CHAMPIONSHIP PEDIGREE INTO ONE ELITE INDIVIDUAL! STOUT BUILT , GREAT LOOKS, ATHLETICALLY DESIGNED, AND A VERY ACCEPTABLE GENOMIC PROFILE MAKE MEANT TO BE THE MUST USE SIRE OF 2018 AND BEYOND! FULL SIBS TO MEANT TO BE HAVE SOLD FOR $120K, $50K, $49K, $42K, AND $40K, WITH MATERNAL SIBS FROM $20K TO $55K! THE PROOF IS OVERWHELMING! IT’S MEANT TO BE!

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Rodgers

C A LV I N G E A S E S I R E S

WE ARE EXTREMELY EXCITED TO HAVE DADDY’S MONEY IN OUR ARSENAL!!! WE HAVE SEEN OFFSPRING OUT OF THIS LEGENDARY CALVING EASE P.B. MAINE SIRE AND KNEW WE NEEDED HIM OUR ARSENAL. HE IS LEGIT CALVING EASE MORE SO THAN HIS FATHER AND GRANDFATHER AND THE OFFSPRING ARE EXTREMELY HIGH IN QUALITY.

DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $ DADDYS $

HEIFER JEREMY CLARK HEIFER JONES SHOW CATTLE HEIFER JONES SHOW CATTLE HEIFER HANOLD/MEISNER/SCH. HEIFER JONES SHOW CATTLE HEIFER WAYNE & BARB OHLRICH BD HEIFER FIRST CLASS FEMALE SALE HEIFER JONES SHOW CATTLE HEIFER GRISWOLD CATTLE CO HEIFER MINNAERT SHOW CATTLE HEIFER SIECK SHOW CATTLE STEER COPELAND CATTLE CO HEIFER JONES SHOW CATTLE HEIFER FITZ GENETICS BD HEIFER COMBINED FORCES HEIFER WILLOW SPRINGS RANCH

$125,000 $32,000 $23,500 $22,000 $20,000 $13,500 $13,000 $12,500 $12,000 $10,000 $9,850 $9,500 $9,100 $8,250 $7,800 $7,500

PURCHASED IN 2019

MAY WE ALL DADDY’S MONEY X IRISH WHISKEY

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SIRE: I 80 DAM: JSC VELVLET 112W(WISDOM) DNA: THF PHAF REG: 3/4 MAINE AMA #427013 PRICE: $35 OWNED WITH: GRISWOLD AND JONES

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NEW CALVING EASE SIRE, DON’T MISS HIM OUT IN THE NEW BULLS SECTION!

Daddy’s Money


PROVING HIMSELF BY PRODUCING HIGH QUALITY CALVES CONSISTENTLY. THIS BULL WILL HAVE A LONG FUTURE IN FRONT OF HIM BECAUSE EVERYONE THAT USES HIM SEEMS TO COME FOR MORE. THE POPULARITY IS SPREADING ON THIS CALVING EASE BULL. BACKED BY AN INCREDIBLE LOOKING ALI COW AND SIRED BY A CALVING EASE IRISH WHISKEY SON MAKES FOR SOME EXCITING MATERNAL ORIENTED GENETICS IN A CALVING EASE PACKAGE.

friskey whiskey

SIRE: CRUEL WHISKEY DAM: ALI/BACHELOR DNA: THF PHAC CANE CODE: 54MA843 REG: AMA #440529 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: WHITE

SIRE: BUILT RIGHT DAM: WITCH DOCTOR DNA: THF PHAF CANE CODE: SM4624 REG ASA # 2940781 PRICE: $30 OWNED WITH: CHRIS ROSA

Rodgers

C A LV I N G E A S E S I R E S

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Outsider

OUTSIDER IS A PROVEN SIRE WITH THE ABILITY TO PRODUCE THE HIGHEST QUALITY SHOW HEIFERS. A MUST USE BULL. OUTSIDER IS A FIFTY PERCENT SIMMENTAL BULL WITH CALVING EASE GENETICS ON BOTH SIDES OF HIS PEDIGREE. THIS BULL IS SOFT AND SMOOTH MADE WITH A PHENOMENAL STRUCTURE AND AWESOME FEET AND LEGS. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN EASY CALVING BULL TO PRODUCE REPLACEMENTS WITH ADDED VALUE HE IS ONE YOU NEED TO USE. HIS SEMEN IS EXTREMELY HIGH QUALITY \

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BULL NAME

CANE CODE

DNA

REG. #

BW

BURNING MAN GOOD AS IT GETS MAY WE ALL WYNNE IN DOUBT

137MA5444 MA4925 137XX5377

THC PHAF DSC THF PHAF THF PHAF THC PHAF DSC

80 ASA #3540224 MA #498883 87 55 85

1 OAK ALL YOU NEED BLOWIN SMOKE FAIR AND SQUARE FU 805 LUKE DUKE MEANT TO BE R DOUBLE CLEAN RISK IT FOR THE BISCUIT SAVAGE

54XB445 54XB441 54XB451 54XB446 54XB449 54XB442 54SM1956 54CA872 54XB443 54XB450

THF PHAF DSC ACA #392867 AMMA #490472 90 THF PHAF 75 THF PHAF 80 THC PHAF ACA #392865 80 THC PHAF 82 THC PHAF 80 THF PHAF ASA #3372380 80 75 THF PHAF DSC 80 THC PHAF 85 THC PHAF 80

BEAST OF BURDEN BELIEVE IN ME BETTER BELIEVE IT BLOCK BUSTER BTO COON DOG CROWD FAVORITE CLEAN MONEY DADDY’S MONEY DEADLIEST CATCH DOC DRIVIN’ 80 EXTRA SPECIAL FRISKEY WHISKEY FU MAN CHU GETCHA SOME HARD WHISKEY HERE I AM HI HO SILVER HIGH & MIGHTY HOLY SMOKER I BELIEVE I TOWN IN GOD WE TRUST LONE RANGER MADE TO ORDER MADE TO ORDER 2 MAN 2 MAN MAN AMONG BOYS MAN OF THE YEAR MATERNAL PERFECTION MR. MISUNDERSTOOD NEW DAY NEW DEAL NO PRESSURE NOT AFRAID ONE AND ONLY OUTSIDER PROCEED AND SUCCEED QUALITY COUNTS RODGER THAT SET ME FREE TH FREE MAB THOMPSON SQUARED TWO TONE UNLEASHED WALK THE LINE WALKS ALONE

CA857 XB084 049SM1994 MA4269 54XB377 MA3860 XB166 M4959 MA4796 XB168 014GV00210 AN2976 MA4021 XB292 54MA843 54CA852 54CA865 109MA535 CM129 XB340 MA824 54XB399 54CM126 54MA914 54XB375 54XB221 CA858 CA882 MA884 XX3462 XB125 109XX548 54MA842 MA4079 54CM135 AN4585 AN4585 54MA813 XB070 SM4624 54CM134 54CM133 MA843 MA862 CM130 MA891 XB169 54MA915 54XB209 XB007

THC PHAF THC PHAF ACA #362775 THF PHAF ASA #3152728 THF PHAC THC PHAF THC PHAF THC PHAF ACA #3690 THF PHAF DSF AMAA #475249 THF PHAF AMA #427013 THC PHAF ACA #370341 THF PHAF THF PHAF AMA #443334 THF PHAF DSF THF PHAC AMA #440529 THC PHAF DSC ACA #370497 THC PHAF ACA#389849 THF PHAF AMA #418906 THC PHAF DSC THF PHAF DSC THC PHAF THF PHAF THC PHAF THF PHAF AMA#477415 THC PHAF DSF THC PHAF AMA #F456446 THF PHAF DSC ACA #369770 THF PHAF THC PHAF AMA #F454468 THC PHAF ACA#370785 AMA#427197 THC PHAF THF PHAC AMA #441628 THF PHAC THF PHAF ASA #3229656 THF PHAF AAA #18354345 THC PHAF AMA #416911 THF PHAF ACA #353302 THF PHAF ASA #2940781 THC PHAF THF PHAF THC PHAF AMA #442049 THF PHAF AMA#442051 ACA#370950 THF PHAF THF PHAC THC PHAF ACA #367802 THF PHAF 3/4 MAINE #AMA478822 THC PHAF THC PHAF ACA #348625

PRICE NEW IN 2019 BULLS $30 $35 $30 $35 NEW IN 2018 BULLS $40 $25 $25 $30 $25 $25 $50 $25 $30 $30

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PRICES. CANE CODES. REGISTRATION NUMBERS. DNA.

Rodgers BULLS CONTACT US Send Your High Sellers & Pictures: RODGERSCATTLECOBULLS@GMAIL.COM Phone Numbers: WADE RODGERS 515-480-6896 KAYLENE RODGERS 515-783-6107 DUSTIN SMITH 641-990-7787 AUSTIN WOOSTER 712-269-5504 CHRIS ROSA 641-203-1686

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“We believe being successful means having a balance of success stories across the many areas of your life. You cannot truly be consistently successful in your business if your family life is in shambles.” WADE, KAYLENE, RHYLEE, SHAYLYNN & LAYTON RODGERS

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RECIPE

BEEF LO MEIN CHINESE FOOD THAT HITS THE SPOT! BY: LAURIE REID, SHOWTIMES

INGREDIENTS

Sauce ¼ Cup Soy sauce ¼ Cup Beef Stock 2 Tsp Toasted Sesame Oil 1 Tbsp. Garlic Chili Sauce (more if you like it spicy) 1Ttbsp. Honey 1 Tsp Garlic Finely Chopped 1 Tsp Ginger Finely Chopped 1 Tsp Corn Starch 1lb Steak Sliced Thin (whatever cut you prefer) 1 Onion Thinly Sliced 4 Cups Broccoli Cut into Small Florets 2 Cups Carrots Thinly Sliced 1 Bag Frozen Snow Peas

Oil for Cooking Salt and Pepper to Taste Sesame Seeds for Garnish

# LAURIE'S HOMEMADE

Prep all ingredients before starting. Cook pasta following package instructions. Drain, then transfer to ice water to stop the cooking. Place to the side. Mix all sauce ingredients together in a small bowl and place to the side. Heat a large skillet (I prefer a stove top or electric wok) over high heat. Add two tablespoons of oil, sear sliced steak on both sides. Remove from heat and place to the side for later. In the same skillet with drippings from the steak add another two tablespoons of oil. Add onion and cook on high heat until translucent and starting to golden. Add broccoli carrots and snow peas to the onions along with a half a cup of water. Cover and lower the heat to medium and let steam for 5-10 minutes until broccoli starts to soften. Add back the seared steak along with the prepared sauce. Cook until the sauce thickens and vegetables are desired softness. Salt and pepper to taste. Drain the noodles and add to the beef and veggies. Cook over medium/low heat until the noodles are warmed through. Serve and garish with sesame seeds. This is an easy recipe to alter depending on your taste. You can add or remove any vegetables that you would like. It is also great when made with chicken. If you don’t want to use fresh vegetables, you can also buy frozen mixed vegetables. •

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8oz Package of Noodles (There are a lot of options for this. Can be ramen or noodles from the Asian dept. spaghetti noodles work great as well. I make homemade ramen noodles).

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Hale Farms/Marshall Hillside Farms Online Bull Sale

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Aubrey's Cattle Company Bronze Ambition Sale

3/5/19

Schaeffer & Tice Online Bull Sale

3/5/19

Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

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Midwest Genetics Online Sale

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Illinois State 4-H Judging Team Online Scotland Fundraiser

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

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Donor Solutions Online Semen & Genetics Sale

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The Showtimes Magazine/Sullivan 3/18/19 Supply Stall Bid-Off Norman Ripberger Shorthorn Show Heifers & Genetics Sale

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

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Wilson Cattle Company Summer/ Fall Born Female Sale

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The PAUS Online Piedmontese Production Sale

4/9/19

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

4/10/19

Sullivan Farms Elite Multi Breed Fall Born Heifer Sale

3/24/19

Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

4/17/19 4/18/19

Glamour Girls Online Heifer Sale

3/25/19

Prairie View Farms Online Foundation Female Embryo Sale

Sullivan Farms ~ No Bull ~ Multi Breed Bred Heifer, Bred Cows & Bull Sale

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Donor Solutions Online Semen & Genetics Sale

4/18/19

Glamour Girls Elite Show Heifer & Genetics Offering Sale

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Moore Shorthorns Online Fall Born 3/26/19 Female Sale Schaeffer & Tice ~ The Egg Hunt ~ 3/26/19 Online Embryo Sale Round 1 Sullivan Farms Multi Breed Embryo 3/26/19 & Semen Sale 3/27/19

Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

3/27/19

Adcock Land & Livestock Online Heifer & Embryo Sale

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BH Cattle Online Genetics Sale

4/2/19

Colonial Ridge Farms & LA Genetics Spring Angus Sale

4/2/19

Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

4/3/19

2H Cattle co Frozen Assets Online Sale

4/7/19

Sullivan Farms Multi Breed Fall Born Heifer Sale

4/8/19

Midwest Genetics Online Sale

4/9/19

Meyer Cattle Co Easter Egg Sale

4/22/19

Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

4/24/19

Howser Family Show Cattle Online 4/28/19 Sale Ryan McIntosh Show Cattle Online 4/28/19 Sale Jeff Parry Show Cattle Online Sale

4/29/19

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UT Livestock Judging Team Online 4/22/19 Fundraising Sale

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SPECIAL FEATURE

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hat started out as a love and passion for the show cattle industry, has evolved into a ranch outside of Bridgeport, Texas that focuses primarily on producing elite show cattle for youth livestock exhibitors and their families. 1Eleven Cattle is owned by Trey and Lexie Yates of Artesia, New Mexico.

trio. As his love for the show industry grew, he began to invest in females to jump start his own program. Once his genetics were up to his standard, Trey hosted his first online steer sale while in college at Texas A&M University,

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Trey Yates’ interest in the cattle industry began after he exhibited his first show steer at his local county fair in New Mexico. Trey’s mom Nancy grew up on a cattle ranch in Lovington, New Mexico and was familiar with the show cattle industry. While in high school Trey’s parents, John and Nancy, brought up the idea to get a steer and went to one of his families’ ranches where they picked his project out. It was after showing his first steer that Trey’s passion really took off.

With one year of caring for and exhibiting a steer under his belt, Trey decided to call in the experts. After meeting Eric Drager, Jay Carr and Shane Lutrick, Trey decided to purchase future show steers from the

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In August 2016, after discovering a rare condition, Trey was scheduled to have open heart surgery. It was then that he decided to push harder toward making his dreams a reality and called upon the help of longtime friends, Eric and Zane. At the time, Zane was managing Drager Cattle Co. and Eric was on the road facilitating his photography business. But after discussions with Trey, both decided to make the move to Bridgeport and merge their two operations; Drager Cattle Co. and Yates Cattle. 1Eleven stems from a culmination of opportunity and faith. The tag number of the first female that Trey purchased interest in from Eric was 111. “Bentley” as she is known, has become one of the strongest females in the donor pen. Many of her progeny have gone on to be national champions, successful herd sires and cows that have made marks of their own.

allowing him one step closer to his dream of owning a large ranch and cattle company.

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In 2017, Trey’s dream became a reality when he and his soon-to-be wife purchased land outside of Bridgeport, Texas, which is now home to 1Eleven Cattle.

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Today, Eric Drager, wife Marissa and brother Zane Drager manage the 1Eleven business along with other team members. Eric focuses primarily on management and customer relations, Marissa runs the marketing and youth programs while Zane’s focus is on the cowherd. Like Trey, both Eric and Zane, grew up with extensive backgrounds in caring for showing cattle through 4-H and FFA.

In 2002 Eric began Drager Cattle Co., which was officially put on the map after brother Zane exhibited the champion steer at the Arizona National in 2003 and the National Western Stock Show in 2004. Founded on humble beginnings, determination and a strong work ethic, Drager Cattle Co. had many champions pass through the show barn in Texico, New Mexico on Highway 60-70-84. In 2014 Drager Cattle Co. moved from Texico to Haskell, Texas after Eric married his wife Marissa. Eric and Zane remained involved in Trey’s venture, Yates Cattle Company and would often consult and assist with breeding and sale/show day preparations.

The second component of the decision to name the business 1Eleven, is rooted deep in faith. Deuteronomy 1:11 NIV says, “May the Lord, the God of your ancestors, increase you a thousand times and bless you as he has promised.” Their logo, which boldly displays the cattle company’s name, was sketched out by Eric on a piece of notebook paper and brought to life by dear friend and graphic designer, Shawn Zeringue. Today, 1Eleven Cattle runs approximately 350 head of cows, 150 replacement females and 35 bulls on their 3,000 acre ranch outside of Bridgeport, just 45 minutes from Fort Worth. Additionally, around 100 females are in Artesia, where Justen Colwell is the primary herd manager. Justen has been with the operation since 2012 and takes great pride in his work and involvement with youth.


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As cattle numbers have grown, so has the 1Eleven team. In 2018, the company welcomed Cole Ridnour who runs the show barn and sale cattle sector. Cole’s passion for the industry was visible at a young age. After purchasing cattle from the Drager’s, Cole jumped at every opportunity to learn more about feeding, genetics and presentation. Today, he enjoys helping youth with their own show cattle purchased through 1Eleven. Eric and Marissa’s boys have also become vital team members, while daughter Maesa is learning the ropes at a young age. Ethan, 15, can almost always be found in the show barn or helping with breeding and calving. Maddox, 14, has a strong passion for the land, farming, and all things mechanical. 1Eleven always jumps at an opportunity to welcome newcomers to the ranch. After riding around with any of the team members, one can quickly discover and pick up on their passion for the industry. From helping youth and their families to discussing ways to make the ranch’s next generation of calves better, the 1Eleven group is continually looking to the future.

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To learn more about the ranch and to view future cattle offerings, visit their Facebook page or website, www.1elevencattle.com. •

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August–September–early October Steer & Heifer Prospects…approximately 70 head! Slick shear & hair steer prospects…show heifers & donor candidates. All colors and several breeds represented.

Semen available

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Grand Champion Market Steer, 2019 LSU AgCenter State Livestock Show. His full and maternal sibs sell.

Division Champion MaineTainer Heifer, 2017 Oklahoma Youth Expo. Many powerful heifer prospects sell.

Baylor Bonham

Sadie Wynne

Troyer Family

Coontz Family

Grand Champion Prospect Steer (both rings), 2018 Oklahoma Beef Expo …his full brother sells!

Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer, 2018 Oklahoma Jr. Cattlemen’s Assn. Preview Show

Martin Family Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2019 Fort Worth Stock Show. Sold by Wynne with Bonham.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2018 Oklahoma Slick Shear Expo. Maternal sib sells.

Troyer Family

Champion Maine Steer, 2017 Oklahoma Youth Expo. Maternal sib sells.

ALL CALVES ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ANY TIME — GIVE US A CALL! Pictures and videos online prior to sale day: sconlinesales.com

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Sold for $120K at the 2019 Donors on Ice S

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BC Lookout 7024 x Sherwood Rosebud 83U

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A truly unique Angus bull, “The Wood” combines phenomenal phenotype, impressive performance data, and an intriguing outcross pedigree. “The Wood” is one of the most versatile bulls on the market because his pedigree is free of First Class, Style, Lutton, and Insight.”

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Grand Champion Angus Female at 2015 American Royal - Full sib to the dam of The Wood.

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Reserve Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer at the 2019 Iowa Beef Expo - Maternal sib to The Wood

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Selling Horned and Polled Herefords with many other breeds represented! Spring, Summer and Fall borns. Cattle will be available at the ranch in Seward until Sunday, March 24th. Cattle will be available for viewing on March 27th at Sargent Show Cattle, 5775 Preston Rd, Denison TX 75020. Come check them out with all the sales in the area!

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FILL IN THE BLANKS

BY: STEPHANIE SINDEL, OH

The Director of Member Services & Youth Program Coordinator at the Ohio Beef Council / Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Fills in the Blanks. (one) The greatest aspect of being a part of the livestock industry is... the people. They become a major part of your life.. (two) My biggest pet peeve is... when someone commits to something and doesn’t follow through. (three) If I could have one other skill I do not have it would be to... read people’s minds

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(four) If I could have dinner with one person past/ present/future it would be... Penny Chenery - owner of Secretariat.

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over $95,000 for Make-A-Wish Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky with their Celebrity Showdown. It’s one of my favorite days of the year and I’m so proud of their ambition for community service. (seven) I would never go to a show without... A bag that has absolutely any random thing in it that you may need to make a show happen. Chapstick, vitamins, phone chargers, sharpies, a staple gun, caution tape, computer, hand warmers... the essentials. (eight) There should be a livestock show in... Hawaii.

(five) My fondest memory is... Sundays when I was a growing up. Church and family time. I probably took it for granted when I was growing up, but those were definitely some of the best days.

(nine) One thing most people do not know about me is... I’m a licensed cosmetologist. I worked in a salon prior to the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association.

(six) My greatest accomplishment is... I can’t necessarily take credit, but the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association BEST program participants and supporters have raised

(ten) A dream of mine is to... Travel to different country’s livestock shows to see how their exhibitions promote the native livestock.


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Show Results 140 Fort Worth Stock Show 166 Illinois Beef Expo 170 Iowa Beef Expo 172 Sioux Empire Livestock Show 177 Coffee County 178 OSU Winter Bonanza 180 Pennsylvania Farm Show 186 Clark County Cattle Battle 190 Down 4 The Cause 194 Madison County Winter Bonanza 198 Arizona National Livestock Show 200 National Western Stock Show 230 AGR Beef Preview 234 Scarlet & Gray 238 Diamond Classic 240 Gibson County Preview 242 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic 244 Purdue AGR 246 VCCP Winter Classic 248 Premier Miss 250 Cattlemen’s Jackpot 252 Holmes Co. Preview 256 Kentucky Beef Expo

143 Chris Mullinix

Beyond the Backdrop Announcer Quote 147 Terry Starnes

Show Stats 219 Kayden Nowatzke

141 Aven Horn 150 Saige Martin 158 Kylee Gatson 159 Morley Griffith 201 Kutter Bland 208 Haley Jarck 213 Hayden Schroeder 229 Carly Wheeler

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SIRE In God We Trust BREEDER Horn SELLER Horn

Grand Champion Steer

$195,000

Aven Horn › Champion European Cross

› 1st Place

› Weight 1,399

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Steer Judge Chris Mullinix, KS

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TEXAS

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Date November 2018

Candid Photos The Showtimes Results/Photos Barron Photografix

SIRE Monopoly SELLER Bonham, Brian Martin and Travis Otterstad

Reserve Champion Steer

$120,000

Saige Martin › ReserveEuropean Cross

› 2nd Place

› Weight 1,369


BEYOND THE BACKDROP

I am fortunate that my family owns Horn Livestock and sells show cattle for a

living. So with that, I get the opportunity to show highquality cattle. I have won many jackpots as well as the San Antonio Livestock Exposition, but winning Fort Worth Stock Show was special because my steer, Bentley, was special. We raised both the sire, In God We Trust, and the dam, HL Donor 620, of Bentley. So the Horn genetics were responsible for creating the incredible steer that Bentley was. I would like to thank some people in my life that

helped me accomplish this goal of winning the “Super Bowl” of Livestock shows. First, my dad, he works long hard hours to make sure that our cattle are ready for the show. In my opinion, he’s the best at what he does. Next, my mom, she keeps it all going. Then, my brother, Jagger, who also works many hours in our barn to help with our steers. I also need to thank, Chris Martinez, my other brother, who works every day so I can be successful in the show ring. We also have the best workers that

help keep Horn Livestock going while we are away. Thank you to Kirby Eaves, Preston Graves, Darin Wiley, Mario Carrasco, Clayton Weatherly, Cade Waldrip and Jeff Howard who all helped get Bentley looking his best! And last but not least, thank you to The Showtimes Magazine for coming to Texas and covering the show. My family has some wonderful memories that are captured forever thanks to you guys! •

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y name is Aven Horn. I am the 13-year-old daughter of Brandon and Brek Horn. I live in Anson Texas and go to school at Craig Middle School in Abilene. I am in the 7th grade and enjoy playing volleyball and basketball. I am also active in my youth group at church. But the majority of my time is spent at our barn with our steers.

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AFTER THE SHOW

Showtimes: Tell us a little bit about what you thought of the steer show here today. Mullinix: It was a blast. Obviously the numbers were incredible, but the depth and quality at this show was amazing. Starting yesterday, the breeds were outstanding. You expect it when you come here. As many times as I’ve watched it from the stands, you don’t truly know until you’re down here how deep and how incredible a set of cattle it is. It was a lot of fun! Showtimes: Watching it was a lot of fun. Were there any big surprises or anything you didn’t expect? Mullinix: I don’t know. Again, you can be overwhelmed with the numbers and the scope of the cattle that are down here. I would say...I’ve never been here for the day of the breed show. The depth of the breed show was impressive to me. Maybe more than any of them, and I mentioned it yesterday, I thought the deepest breed show we saw was actually the American cattle. That was really fun for me to sort through. I guess if there was a minor surprise, maybe that was it. Showtimes: It was a lot of fun watching you sort through them. Like you said, there was an amazing amount of numbers here. If you have not been to the steer show, kind of like you said in your speech, put it on your bucket list. Good job today. • INTERVIEW

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IT’S THE SUPER BOWL OF LIVESTOCK EVENTS. FORTUNATELY, I GUESS THIS SUPER BOWL IS NOT GOING TO END 13-3. WE’VE GOT A LOT OF HIGH SCORING EVENTS OUT HERE. IT’S BEEN EVERYTHING I’VE IMAGINED IT WOULD BE.

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You can win every big horse race in the world... but until you win the Kentucky Derby, you haven’t won a horse race. Until you win Fort Worth, you haven’t won a steer show. - Terry Starnes, Announcer

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y name is Saige Martin. I am 16 years old. I live in Hereford, Texas with my parents, Brian and Sherri Martin, and my brother, Stock. I am a sophomore at Vega High School. I like to play golf. I am an active member of my 4-H club and church youth group. BEYOND THE BACKDROP

I have grown up in the show cattle business. My family owns and operates Brian Martin Show Cattle. We run 300 head of cows. So, raising and showing cattle is all I’ve ever known. I have started my own cow herd. Hopefully, I can raise a champion like my dad did when my brother won the 2013 Fort Worth Stock Show. Fort Worth is one of my favorite shows. In Texas, it is such a prestigious steer show. This year, it was an unforgettable show. My 1,369lb black crossbred steer, “King,” was slapped as the Reserve Grand Champion Steer on my 16th birthday. I was so excited to win. It was my birthday wish come true! It was fun to celebrate with my family and friends at the show.

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I have shown the Grand Champion Steer at the 2013 State Fair of Texas, Reserve Grand Champion Steer at the 2016 Fort Worth Stock Show, and the Reserve Grand Champion Steer at the 2018 Rodeo Austin. I have won numerous prospect shows in Texas.

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Throughout my show career, I have learned a lot of life lesson and I have made many friends. Many of my best friends show cattle, and it is so much fun to spend time with them at the shows. Many people have been a part of my success in the show ring. Most of all, I want to thank God and my family. I want to thank my stock show friends, the guys at the barn and the guys who helped clip and fit my steer. I appreciate all of you. •


Champion Angus

Champion Hereford

Champion Polled Hereford

Aniston Floyd

Mason Meier

Ryan Stephens

Reserve Angus

Reserve Hereford

Reserve Polled Hereford

Kirby Lehman

Mason Allan

Harper Hale

FORT WORTH STEERS

Champion American Cross

Champion European Cross

Ashton Floyd

Jaityn Mires

Aven Horn

Reserve Shorthorn

Reserve American Cross

Reserve European Cross

Cooper Mullins

James Cleere

Saige Martin

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Champion Shorthorn

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SHOW RESULTS F O R T

Grand Champion Hog

W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

Banner Young › Hampshire

FORT WORTH

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HOGS

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Reserve Champion Hog

Raynee Schacher › Yorkshire


Champion Duroc

Champion Hampshire

Champion White OPB

Champion Dark OPB

Madeline Maker

Banner Young

Lyberti Evans

Jacob Swatsell

Reserve Duroc

Reserve Hampshire

Reserve White OPB

Reserve Dark OPB

Kaylee Lackey

Rilee Slaggle

Anna Wyle

Faith Geistweidt

Champion Yorkshire

Ch. Light Cross / Res. Cross

Champion Medium Cross

Ch. Heavy Cross / Ch. Cross

Raynee Schacher

Weston Lackey

Brenlye Strain

Tate Branson

Reserve Yorkshire

Reserve Light Cross

Reserve Medium Cross

Reserve Heavy Cross

Kaden Mason

Cayley Waide

Cole Phillips

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SHOW RESULTS F O R T

W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

FORT WORTH LAMBS

Grand Champion Lamb

Hudson Franklin

Reserve Champion Lamb

Logan Jackson

FORT WORTH

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GOATS

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Grand Champion Goat

Dakota Martin

Reserve Champion Goat

Jaylin Smith


Champion Angus

Champion Beefmaster

Champion Brahman

Abby Ann Geye

Shawn Skaggs

Payton Neal Herzog

Reserve Angus

Reserve Beefmaster

Reserve Brahman

Katie Harris

Sierra Stephens

Lauren Bolcik

FORT WORTH

JR. HEIFERS

Champion Charolais

Champion Hereford

Canute Janish

Madison Metzler

Grady Creamer

Reserve Brangus

Reserve Charolais

Reserve Hereford

Weston Hinze

Corbin Hunt

Slade Beerwinkle

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Champion Brangus

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Champion Polled Hereford

Champion Limousin

Champion Maine-Anjou

Kylee Gaston

Barrett Kody Howe

Addison Sopchak

Reserve Polled Hereford

Reserve Limousin

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Bryden Barber

Nichole Keeton

Mallory Myracle

FORT WORTH

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JR. HEIFERS

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Champion Red Angus

Champion Santa Gertrudis

Champion Shorthorn

Holly Thomas

Avery Elizabeth Strait

Quinn Rasor

Reserve Red Angus

Reserve Santa Gertrudis

Reserve Shorthorn

Madison Fischer

Kenley Kincannon

Jaxson Dillard


Champion Simbrah

Champion Simmental

Champion Other Recorded Heifers

Wes Reeder

Annah Morris

Macie McCollum

Reserve Simbrah

Reserve Simmental

Reserve Other Recorded Heifers

Mackenzie Groce

Karley Rayfield

Rilee Hall

SHOW RESULTS F O R T

W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

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BEYOND THE BACKDROP

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i! I’m Kylee Gaston, an 8 year-old 3rd grader from Bridgeport, TX. This is my first year to be eligible to show in the junior shows and I am loving every minute of raising my heifers, a steer, and broilers for this show season. When I’m not putting in work at the barn, I love to dance, run, fish, and participate in opportunities through 4-H like public speaking and photography.

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My heifer HFR CEC Fiona 1813, aka “Red and Whitee”, was selected as the Grand Champion Polled Heifer at the Fort Worth Junior Show this year. Red and I are really buddies and we work so hard together, so winning that day was an amazing in so many ways! Showing so close to home meant that so many of my family and friends were able to see us in the ring throughout the show. Having a such a big cheering section and all the support was both exciting and motivating. My dad watching me show for the first time in the arena that he grew up showing in was

a special moment for my family as well. Showing Red takes a lot of work at home before we ever leave for the show, and a whole team of people that help us get her looking her best on show day. Right before I go in the ring my parents always give me a pep talk and remind me of the things I need to focus on doing in the ring. One of the things they tell me is that no matter the outcome of the show, I need to leave the ring having showed to the best of my ability. After winning the show coming out of the ring to the crew of people that helped get Red ready that day was a great feeling, but what meant the most was when they told me that they were proud of how I showed. A big thank you to my parents, James & Deena Holder, Jason Lyman, Justin Gosnell, Brett Moriarty, Rachelle Coble, Amber & Johnny Parkinson, Scott & Donna Stowers, Aaron Welborn, and all the crew at Humphrey’s Farm & Ranch for making it all possible. •


orley Griffith, age 14, an 8th grade student at Dale Middle School lives with her parents, Matt and Twana Griffith and older sister, Hadley Griffith on a ranch just outside Shawnee, OK. Morley maintains a 4.0 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society and the Dale Middle School Leadership Class. Morley is active in 4-H where she serves in various leadership roles at the Local, County and State level. She approaches everything she does with passion and determination.

BEYOND THE BACKDROP

Morley has shown cattle since she was 5 years old, winning PeeWee Showmanship, two years in a row at the National Junior Santa Gertrudis Heifer Show. Morley has shown several breeds of cattle through the years, but two years ago started showing Red Angus. After winning a class at the North American Junior Red Angus Event in Stillwater OK, she never looked back. She and her Dad purchased 10 commercial Red Angus bred heifers and will continue to grow her Red Angus herd.

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Morley quickly joined the OK Junior Red Angus Association and was elected OK Junior Red Angus Princess and OK Junior Red Angus Ambassador. Morley attended the National Junior Angus Round Up in Fayetteville AR., where she was reserve in AG Advocacy competition. Morley has also found lots of success in the show ring the past two years. After winning the 2018 Red Angus Breed at the Oklahoma Youth Expo as well as Red Angus Showmanship, Morley knew she had a special heifer. That heifer, Damar Barcelona EO67, aka “Mimi” has never lost a breed show in Oklahoma and has 14 Breeds Championships to date. This includes the Open Show at the American Royal in Kansas City, Both the Junior and Open Shows at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Culminating with the National Championship Titles at both the Junior and Open shows at the Fort Worth Stock Show. With three major Championships earning the coveted “Triple Crown” Morley is looking forward to attending her third NAJRAE in Grand Island, NE this summer as well as The Red Angus Junior Round Up in Amarillo, TX. Morley loves her Red Angus family and cattle and looks forward to many more years of lessons and memories both in and out of the show ring. •

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FORT WORTH

Champion Angus

Reserve Angus

Champion Beefbuilder

Reserve Beefbuilder

Kayden Nowatzke

Alexis Koelling

Allgood Show Cattle

Adrianna Figone

Champion Braford

Reserve Braford

Champion Braunvieh

Reserve Braunvieh

Logan Vest

Luke Natali

Kasie Hinton

Kasie Hinton

Champion Charolais

Reserve Charolais

Champion ChiAngus

Reserve ChiAngus

Jeffs Cattle Company

Kaleb Johnston

Tyson Fox

Tatum Miller

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OPEN HEIFERS

Champion Chianina

Reserve Chianina

Champion Hereford

Reserve Hereford

Sara Sullivan

Keagan Steck

Sage & Kynsleigh Krebs

Victoria Chapman

Champion Gray Brahman

Reserve Gray Brahman

Champion Polled Hereford

Reserve Polled Hereford

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Bulls Eye Ranch

North Forty Ranch

Aubrey Cattle Company / GKB

Hardy Malcolm Edwards IV


SHOW RESULTS F O R T

W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

Reserve Liomousin

Champion Maine-Anjou

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Carly Kolterman

Beau London

Berkley McKay

Ace McHatton

Champion Simmental

Reserve Simmental

Champion MaineTainer

Reserve MaineTainer

Sara Sullivan

Tucker Bayer

Sara Sullivan

Parker Lockhart

Champion % Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Champion Fullblood Maine

Reserve Fullblood Maine

Lucas Crutcher

Sara Sullivan

Tyler Loudon

Tyler Loudon

Champion Red Angus

Reserve Red Angus

Champion Red Brahman

Reserve Red Brahman

Morley Griffith

Kinlee Rathmann

Moreno Ranches SCC

Chad Allen Phillip

Champion Santa Gertrudis

Reserve Santa Gertrudis

Champion Simbrah

Reserver Simbrah

Serbesa

Demi Harrington

Caleb Fuchs

Wes Reeder

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Champion Limousin

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FORT WORTH

OPEN HEIFERS

Champion Shorthorn

Reserve Shorthorn

Champion ShorthornPlus

Reserve ShorthornPlus

Ryan Wickard

Riley Johnson

Miller Smith

Gabriella Leone

Champion Brangus

Reserve Brangus

Molly Pack

Mason Perry

FORT WORTH

OPEN BULLS

162

Champion Angus

Reserve Angus

Champion Beefbuilder

Reserve Beefbuilder

Griswold Cattle

Austin Nowatzke

Allgood Show Cattle

Madison Abbott


SHOW RESULTS F O R T

W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

Reserve Beefmaster

Champion Brangus

Reserve Brangus

Emmons Ranch

Saige TassinMoreno

Jesse Mason

DTS Cattle

Champion Braunvieh

Reserve Braunvieh

Champion Charolais

Reserve Charolais

Star Ranch

Caitlyn Grace Stotts

Braxton Filippo

Doug Satree

Champion ChiAngus

Reserve ChiAngus

Champion Chianina

Reserve Chianina

Andy Higgins

Amelia Higgins

Jeffs Cattle Company

Katy Satree

Champion Maine-Anjou

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Champion MaineTainer

Reserve MaineTainer

Buck Cattle Company

Copeland & Sons, LLC

Jones Cattle Company

Mackenzie Moldenhauer

Champion Fullblood Maine

Reserve Fullblood Maine

Champion Gray Brahman

Reserve Gray Brahman

Fancy Creek Farm

Circle TC Cattle

JD Hudgins

Bulls Eye Ranch

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Champion Beefmaster

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SHOW RESULTS W O R T H

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion Hereford

Reserve Hereford

Champion Polled Hereford

Reserve Polled Hereford

Rylee Barber

Perez Cattle Company Rocking Chair Ranch

Hoffman Hereford, JB Show Cattle

Blagg Herefords, Perry Show Cattle, Graham Blagg, Curtis Curry

Champion Simmental

Reserve Simmental

Champion % Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Owen Brothers Cattle Company

Sublette Cattle Company

Wesner Livestock

Buck Creek Ranch

Champion Limousin

Reserve Limousin

Champion Red Brahman

Reserve Red Brahman

Wyatt Perry

Colt Schrader

Detering Bros. Cattle Co.

Keen Swaner

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F O R T

Champion Red Angus

Reserve Red Angus

Champion Simbrah

Reserve Simbrah

L83 Ranch

L83 Ranch

Kyleen Hewitt

Golden Star Simbrah

Champion Santa Gertrudis

Reserve Santa Gertrudis

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Quail Valley Farm

Stroman Cattle, Pitchford Cattle


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Grand Champion Heifer

Ashtin Guyer › Simmental

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Steer & Heifer Judge Amanda Schnoor

HEIFERS

ILLINOIS

SPRINGFIELD

ILLINOIS BEEF EXPO

Date February 2019

Heifer Judge Jirl Buck Results/Photos Cindy Backdrop Cover-All / The Showtimes, Inc.

Reserve Champion Heifer

Carter Hoge › Simmental


› MaineTainer

› Commercial

› Commercial

3rd Overall Heifer McKlay Gensini

4th Overall Heifer Kade Gensini

5th Overall Heifer Olivia Caldwell

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SHOW RESULTS I L L I N O I S

Grand Champion Market Animal

B E E F

E X P O

Ashtin Guyer › Crossbred

ILLINOIS BEEF EXPO

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MARKET ANIMAL

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Reserve Champion Market Animal

Adam Miller › Crossbred


› Simmental

› Maine-Anjou

› Maine-Anjou

3rd Overall Market Animal Chet Gillespie

4th Overall Market Animal Max Bedecker

5th Overall Market Animal Dalton Line

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Grand Champion Market Animal

Taylor Thomas › Crossbred

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Market Animal Judge Shane Bedwell

MARKET ANIMAL

IOWA

DES MOINES

IOWA BEEF EXPO

Date February 2019

Heifer Judge Scott & Ty Bayer Results/Photos Hamilton Photography Backdrop Cover-All / The Showtimes, Inc.

Reserve Champion Market Animal

McKlain Jorgensen › Crossbred


› Charolais

› Chianina

› Maine-Anjou

3rd Overall Market Animal Halle Hindman

4th Overall Market Animal Avery Shalla

5th Overall Market Animal Avery Shalla

IOWA BEEF EXPO HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Addyson Lehman

Brooklyn Curtin

› Foundation Simmental

› Angus

› Commercial

› ShorthornPlus

3rd Overall Heifer Kinnick Paulsen

4th Overall Heifer Rylee Short

5th Overall Heifer Abigail Burkhart

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› Limousin

171


Grand Champion Market Beef

Taylor Glover

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Cattle Judge Graham Blagg, KS

MARKET ANIMAL

SOUTH DAKOTA

SIOUX FALLS

SIOUX EMPIRE

Date January 2019

Hog Judge Brant Smith, IL Lamb & Goat Judge Caleb Boardman, WY Results/Photos Heather Gessner

Reserve Champion Market Beef

Cohl Van Meter


3rd Overall Market Beef Will Freking

4th Overall Market Beef Talli Heim

5th Overall Market Beef Payton Beare

SIOUX EMPIRE HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Austin Foss

Bailey Kroupa

› % Simmental

› Angus

› MaineTainer

› Angus

3rd Overall Heifer Jett Krohnke

4th Overall Heifer Macy Killmer

5th Overall Heifer Bradi Bohke

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› % Simmental

173


SHOW RESULTS S I O U X

Grand Champion Feeder Steer

E M P I R E

L I V E S T O C K

S H O W

McKlain Jorgensen › Division II Crossbred

SIOUX EMPIRE

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FEEDER STEERS

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Reserve Champion Feeder Steer

Denver McKay › Division III Crossbred


› Division I Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

› Division II Crossbred

3rd Overall Feeder Steer Abi Henderson

4th Overall Feeder Steer Chesney Effling

5th Overall Feeder Steer Taylor Thomas

SIOUX EMPIRE

FEEDER HEIFERS

Grand Champion Feeder Heifer

Reserve Champion Feeder Heifer

4th Overall Heifer Chloe Uhlenhake

Kade Killmer

5th Overall Heifer Cash Johnston

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3rd Overall Heifer Abi Henderson

Makia Smith

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SHOW RESULTS

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S I O U X

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E M P I R E

L I V E S T O C K

S H O W

Grand Champion Hog

Reserve Champion Hog

Zach Muller

Carter Calmus

Grand Champion Lamb

Reserve Champion Lamb

Madison Rule

Brayden Bowers

Grand Champion Goat

Reserve Champion Goat

Tate Bittner

Tate Bittner


Adyson Day

Date February 2019

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Results/Photos Ronna Spivey

Reserve Champion Barrow

DOUGLAS

GEORGIA

COFFEE COUNTY

Kaitlin Kirkland

Cameron Kirkland

Reserve Champion Gilt

Sam Ables

Grand Champion Barrow

Grand Champion Gilt

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Grand ChampionHeifer

Landree Siebert › MaineTainer

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Results/Photos Final Drive Photography

HEIFERS

OKLAHOMA

STILLWATER

OSU WINTER BONANZA

Date January 2019

Reserve Champion Heifer

Berkley McKay › Commercial


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Grand Champion Prospect A

Grand Champion Prospect B

Stetson Hall

Laney Branen

Reserve Champion Prospect A

Reserve Champion Prospect B

Darla Fesmire

Darla Fesmire

OSU WINTER BONANZA STEERS

Grand Champion Progress A

Grand Champion Progress B

Emory Cowley

Briley Harman

Reserve Champion Progress A

Reserve Champion Progress B

Will Chrz

Colten Ward


Grand Champion Steer

Michael Butz › Light Heavyweight

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Judges Brad Winegardner Bob Goble Todd Herman

FARM SHOW STEERS

PENNSYLVANIA

HARRISBURG

PENNSYLVANIA

Date January 2019

Results/Photos Linde

Reserve Champion Steer

Marissa Miller › Light Heavyweight


Reserve Champion Hog

Amerrah Hennessey

Autumn Zundel

Grand Champion Lamb

Reserve Champion Lamb

Emily Valentine

Callie Taylor

Grand Champion Goat

Reserve Champion Goat

Alexa Miles

Elon Horchler

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Grand Champion Hog

181


› % Simmental

Josh Schmidt › MaineTainer

Courtney Dahlquist

Supreme Champion Jr. Female

› Maine-Anjou

F A R M

Jamie Brozman

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S T A T E

Supreme Champion Open Female

P E N N S Y L V A N I A

Supreme Champion Bull

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SHOW RESULTS S H O W


DIVISIONS

Champion Angus

Reserve Angus

Champion AOB

Reserve AOB

Samuel Parr

Karli Berkheimer

Rylee Stockdale

Katelynn Bennett

Champion Hereford

Reserve Hereford

Champion Limousin

Reserve Limousin

John M. Allen

Rylee Stockdale

Jessica Kelly

Austin Miller

Champion Maine-Anjou

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Champion MaineTainer

Reserve MaineTainer

Courtney Dahlquist

Mckenzie Stadtmiller

Josh Schmidt

Rylee Stockdale

Champion % Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Champion Simmental

Reserve Simmental

Davanta Rarick

Rodney Parson

Nolan Schmidt

Sara Downs

PENNSYLVANIA

FARM SHOW JR. FEMALES

Champion Shorthorn

Reserve Shorthorn

Benjamin Allen

Kali Rankin


SHOW RESULTS

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P E N N S Y L V A N I A

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S T A T E

F A R M

S H O W

Champion Angus

Reserve Angus

Champion AOB

Reserve AOB

Kolton Grim

Courtney Dahlquist

Sadie Compagnola

Kevin Stahl

Champion Shorthorn

Reserve Shorthorn

Champion Maine-Anjou

Champion % Simmental

Joshua Mummert

Sara Lang

Bernie Blystone

Jamie Brozman

Champion Hereford

Reserve Hereford

Champion MaineTainer

Reserve MaineTainer

John Allen

Walker Dunn

Annette Delaplaine

Emilie Campbell

Champion Limousin

Reserve Limousin

Champion Simmental

Reserve Simmental

Stacy Miller

Shane Clark

Troy & Lynette Gelsinger

JMP Cattle Company

PENNSYLVANIA

FARM SHOW BULLS


DIVISIONS

Reserve Angus

Champion AOB

Reserve AOB

Benjamin Allen

Kali Rankin

Curtis Patton

Katelynn Bennett

Champion Shorthorn

Reserve Shorthorn

Champion Maine-Anjou

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Charlie Marsch

Charlie Marsch

Nolan Schmidt

Mckenzie Stadtmiller

Champion Hereford

Reserve Hereford

Champion MaineTainer

Reserve MaineTainer

Nigel Howe

Rylee Stockdale

Josh Schmidt

Rylee Stockdale

Champion Limousin

Reserve Limousin

Champion Simmental

Reserve Simmental

Austin Miller

Jessica Kelly

Campbell Land & Cattle

Jackson Mattocks

Champion % Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Adam Wise

Adam Wise

PENNSYLVANIA

FARM SHOW OPEN FEMALES

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Champion Angus

185


Grand Champion Steer

Elizabeth Heintz › Crossbred

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Ring A Judge Tyler Stutsman, IA

STEERS

OHIO

SPRINGFIELD

CATTLE BATTLE

Date January 2019

Ring B Judge Emily Schilling, NE Results/Photos Linde

Reserve Champion Steer

Grant Belleville › Crossbred


› Maine-Anjou

› Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

3rd Overall Steer Victoria Waits

4th Overall Steer Micayla McClure

5th Overall Steer Mallory Peter

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Elizabeth Heintz

Victoria Waits

› Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

› Market Heifer

› Crossbred

3rd Overall Steer Harrison Blay

4th Overall Steer Bailey Garwood

5th Overall Steer Grant Belleville

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› AOB

187


SHOW RESULTS C L A R K

Grand Champion Heifer

C O U N T Y

C A T T L E

B A T T L E

Caden McLaughlin › ShorthornPlus

CATTLE BATTLE

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HEIFERS

188

Reserve Champion Heifer

McKala Grael › Shorthorn


› % Simmental

› Angus

› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Kathy Lehman

4th Overall Heifer Paige Pence

5th Overall Heifer CampbellCo Show Cattle

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

McKala Grauel

Caden McLaughlin

› Shorthorn

› ShorthornPlus

› Angus

› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Harrison Blay

4th Overall Heifer Paige Pence

5th Overall Heifer CampbellCo. Show Cattle

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› Angus

189


Grand Champion Market Animal

Dalton Shanks › Crossbred

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Ring A Judge Ashley Judge

MARKET ANIMAL

IOWA

CEDAR RAPIDS

DOWN 4 THE CAUSE

Date December 2018

Ring B Judge Todd Herman Results/Photos Maddy Udell

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Annie Herr › Crossbred


› Crossbred

› Chianina

› Market Heifer

3rd Overall Market Animal Avery Shalla

4th Overall Market Animal Kennedy Steffes

5th Overall Market Animal Clare Shanks

Grand Champion Market Animal

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Dalton Shanks

Annie Herr

› Crossbred

› Crossbred

› Crossbred

› Market Heifer

3rd Overall Market Animal Austin Evans

4th Overall Market Animal Lauren May

5th Overall Market Animal Clare Shanks

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› Chianina

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Grand Champion Heifer

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T H E

C A U S E

Whitney Walker › Commercial

DOWN 4 THE CAUSE

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HEIFERS

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Reserve Champion Heifer

Sara Sullivan › Angus


› % Simmental

› Commercial

› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Cagney Effling

4th Overall Heifer Cody Kline

5th Overall Heifer Sara Sullivan

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Sara Sullivan

Whitney Walker

› Chianina

› Maine-Anjou

› Commercial

› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Sara Sullivan

4th Overall Heifer Cody Kline

5th Overall Heifer Rhylee Rodgers

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› % Simmental

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Grand Champion Market Animal

Caiden Daugherty › Crossbred

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LONDON

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Ring A Judge Chad Wilson, IN

WINTER CLASSIC

MARKET ANIMAL

OHIO

MADISON CO. WINTER CLASSIC Date December 2018

Ring B Judge Wes Keller, IL Results/Photos Linde

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Hayden Smith › Crossbred


› Crossbred

› Hereford

› Crossbred

3rd Overall Market Animal Karlie Palmer

4th Overall Market Animal Kaitlyn Lowes

5th Overall Market Animal Grant Belleville

Grand Champion Market Animal

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Emma Mathews

Harrison Blay

› Crossbred

› AOB

› Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

3rd Overall Market Animal Kayler Frey

4th Overall Market Animal Grant Belleville

5th Overall Market Animal Victoria Waits

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› Crossbred

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SHOW RESULTS M A D I S O N

Grand Champion Heifer

C O U N T Y

W I N T E R

C L A S S I C

Emma Dunn › Hereford

WINTER CLASSIC

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HEIFERS

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Reserve Champion Heifer

Mason Love › Maine-Anjou


› Hereford

› Crossbred

› Crossbred

3rd Overall Heifer Maddox Cupp

4th Overall Heifer Michelle Shafer

5th Overall Heifer Kyle Piscione

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

McKala Grauel

CambellCo Show Cattle

› Shorthorn

› % Simmental

› Angus

› Angus

3rd Overall Heifer Beau Johnson

4th Overall Heifer Paige Pence

5th Overall Heifer Harrison Blay

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› Crossbred

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Grand Champion Steer

Mikala Grady

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Cattle Judge Chris Cassady

STEERS

ARIZONA

PHOENIX

ARIZONA NATIONAL

Date December 2018

Barrow Judge Mark Hoge Lamb Judge Josh Kouns Goat Judge Brent Jennings Results/Photos Arizona National Livestock Show

Reserve Champion Steer

Jagger Horn


ARIZONA NATIONAL JR. HEIFERS

Grand Champion Junior Heifer

Reserve Champion Junior Heifer

Stiles Patin

Braden Wheeler

SHOW RESULTS N O R T H

A M E R I C A N

I N T E R N A T I O N A L

L I V E S T O C K

E X P O

Grand Champion Lamb

Grand Champion Goat

Mallarie Yokley

Sam Schmillen

Hayden Schroeder

Reserve Champion Barrow

Reserve Champion Lamb

Reserve Champion Goat

Kilee Gillard

Logan Jackson

Hayden Schroeder

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Grand Champion Barrow

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SIRE Here I Am SELLER Bob May, Tusa

Grand Champion Steer

$150,000

Kutter Bland, TX › Class 6

› 1st Place

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Steer Judges Brandon Callis, OK Dave Allan, TX Mark Core, IA Candid Photos The Showtimes Results/Photos Show Champions

NWSS STEERS

COLORADO

DENVER

› Weight 1,339

Date January 2019

SIRE Here I Am BREEDER Schultz + Wohlers SELLER Schultz, Wohlers, Vogt, Stagemeyer, Weiss, Caldwell/Jones + Cody Burke

Reserve Champion Steer

$90,000

Kassidy Bremer, IA › Class 7

› 1st Place

› Weight 1,369


BEYOND THE BACKDROP

i, I’m Kutter Bland. Words cannot describe how exciting and special this feels. My family and I have worked for the past 23 years to do something like this and we finally got it done. All of those long nights in the barn preparing for the upcoming shows have finally paid off. I can’t thank my family, friends, and everyone else involved in this accomplishment enough. •

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i, I’m Hayley Jarck and I’m 14 years old. I have been showing cattle since I could walk thanks to my parents Jared and Jennifer Jarck, and my biggest competitor, my brother Andrew. I’m from Fairmount, Indiana, where my family manages a small herd of cows. I attend school at Eastbrook High School where I’m extremely active in FFA, golf, and livestock judging. I serve as secretary for my 4-H club and serve on the IJLA board of directors.

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My family manages a herd of around 20 cows made up of Maine-Anjou, Chiania, Simmental, and Crossbred cows. We try to focus on raising high-quality show cattle to show for ourselves and sell. I have shown two heifers and three steers that we have raised ourselves. When we have a good calf

hit the ground everyone in my family gets excited, and when we saw this fiery red colored calf walking around in our lot we knew he was something special. The fiery red colored calf soon earned the names “ole’ red” and eventually “Fireball”, when we met his attitude. My dad gave me first pick of all of the calves we had raised and bought for the year, and when it came down to it I picked “Fireball”. I had loved the calf since birth because I had also raised and shown his mother, and when she got stolen from us later that winter my love for the calf became stronger, even if his attitude sometimes made me question it. “Fireball” was my third Denver steer, and I was eager to show him, as well as a little nervous. We had brought two steers on the

trailer this year, one being “Fireball”, the other being “Dennis”, my friend Ross Brumbaugh’s steer. I was in class 4 on the day and was pretty anxious all morning. When Ross won class three I felt a little bit of pressure taken off me and walked in the ring for my class. When the ringman put us in the first line up my nerves were calmed a little, but the smile on my face was undeniable when he pointed the “1” finger at me. I had managed to win a class at “the Super Bowl of Steer Shows” and with one I had raised. I also knew I was going to get to walk on the green carpet following another kid from my state that I knew well, which was super cool. My steer ended up being bought by John McCord of the Colorado Powerline. The whole experience is still pretty cool to me, and always will be. I love the National Western and the

industry it spotlights. The livestock industry is one of the greatest industry’s anyone can be involved in. You can meet so many new people and make so many connections that can matter later in life. I am immensely grateful that I have been born and raised in this industry, and look forward to continuing to be a part of it. In my future, I would like to move ahead with my livestock judging career at a JuCo and carry on to either Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, or Purdue University, where I want to major in Ag. Science or Ag. Business, or even maybe Animal Science. After college, I want to continue my family’s goal of raising high-quality show stock. I love the livestock industry and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. •


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SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Hog Judge Brian Arnold, IN

Grand Champion Hog

Mikala Grady, TX

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› Champion Crossbred

210

$70,000 › Weight 267

Reserve Champion Hog

NWSS HOGS

Sterling Boyles, TX › Reserve Crossbred

$34,000 › Weight 269


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SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

NWSS LAMBS

Grand Champion Lamb

Lydia Straka, OK

$40,000

Reserve Champion Lamb

Carlye Winfrey, TX

$36,000

Lamb Judge Cade Wilson, TX Goat Judge Steve Sturtz, TX

NWSS

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GOATS

212

Grand Champion Goat

Hayden Schroeder, TX

$35,000

Reserve Champion Goat

Turner Matkin

$25,000


BEYOND THE BACKDROP

kids are in the house playing video games, watching TV, or hanging out with friends you can find us in a barn. During stock show season it's the show barn, and we're either working, exercising, evaluating, or feeding the show stock. During the off season we are in the kidding or breeding barn working, doctoring, or sorting something. The agriculture industry doesn't stop because of hot, cold, or bad weather. It's an industry that you truly have to have a heart for, and a work ethic different than most.

I have shown goats and hogs since I was in the 3rd grade, and I added sheep to my show barn when I was in the 6th grade as well. Showing livestock is a huge part of my life. It's the hardest yet most rewarding thing anyone could do. Showing livestock has taught me so much about myself and has definitely taught me that you get what you put into something. My mom has always said, "If it was easy, everyone would do it", and those words really are true. When most

There are so many things that the livestock industry has given me. I truly cherish the life lessons, the friends I've made from across the state and country, and the time I get to spend with my family. I've learned that success in the show ring is a direct reflection of the work you put in at the house. Whether it's your performance in showmanship or the grand drive, you have to put the hours in at home!

When I'm not in a barn or working stock I love to livestock judge, and play football and baseball! I am very lucky to be in a county that has a great 4-H program and supportive Ag Teacher and Extension Agent.

My future after stock showing includes (hopefully) judging livestock collegiately, getting a degree in Agriculture business, and then pursuing a career in the Ag. Pharmaceutical business. I plan to continue raising show wethers and hope to raise champions!!! I have been extremely fortunate to have had some great success at many state and national shows. I have exhibited the Light Weight Champion Market Goat at the Houston Livestock Show, the Grand Champion Market Goat at Rodeo Austin, the Reserve Champion Market Goat at the State Fair of Texas, the Grand Champion Market Goat at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, the Reserve Champion Market Goat at the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo, the Grand Champion Market Goat at the American Royal, the Reserve Champion Market Goat at the Arizona National Livestock Show, the Reserve Division 3 Market Goat at the Arizona National Livestock Show, the Reserve Division 3 Market Lamb at the Arizona National Livestock Show and the Grand Champion Market Goat at the Nation Western Stock Show. â&#x20AC;˘

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i, I am Hayden Schroeder and I am 14 years old. My family and I live and operate a show wether operation in Zephyr, TX. We run around 750 head of wether dams and recipient does, and are part of Blue Team Wethers. I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to have a hand in the day to day operations of the goat production business. I not only get to feed and help with the daily chores, but I get to assist in the breeding, embryo, and A.I. programs as well. I thoroughly enjoy helping with the birthing, vaccinating and processing during kidding season. And, the selection of bucks for the next year's breeding season. I love to talk genetics and have even started my own herd of wether dams.

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Champion Angus

Champion Limousin

Champion LimFlex

Georgi Bezner

Kinnick Paulsen

Sara Sullivan

Reserve Angus

Reserve Limousin

Reserve LimFlex

Kynlee Dailey

Carly Kolterman

McKinlee Palmatary

NWSS

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JR. HEIFERS

214

Champion Gelbvieh

Champion Balancer

Champion Chianina

Jacie Carroll

Abbi Schrader

Sara Sullivan

Reserve Gelbvieh

Reserve Balancer

Reserve Chianina

Lily Judd

JW LeDoux

Sara Sullivan


Champion Charolais

Champion Maine-Anjou

Champion MaineTainer

Carter Hoge

Vada Vickland

Julia Frye

Reserve Charolais

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Reserve MaineTainer

Kelton Arthur

Samantha Van Vorhis

Hadley Dunklau

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion Salers

Champion Optimizer

Sara Sullivan

Christian Hirsch

Lauren Frederick

Reserve Composite Charolais

Reserve Salers

Reserve Optimizer

Kadon Leddy

Brittany Hirsch

Audrey Bracken

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Champion Composite Charolais

215


Champion Shorthorn

Champion ShorthornPlus

Champion Simmental

Ryan Wickard

Jake Brandt

Jack Dameron

Reserve Shorthorn

Reserve ShorthornPlus

Reserve Simmental

Madison McCormick

Abigail Burkhart

Whitney Walker

NWSS

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JR. HEIFERS

216

Champion SouthDevon

Champion SouthDevon Poundmaker

Champion Red Angus

Emma Gnech

Hanna Gnech

Morley Griffith

Reserve SouthDevon

Reserve SouthDevon Poundmaker

Reserve Red Angus

Taygen Boyce

Carlee McCracken

Avery McMurphy


Champion % Simmental

Champion Horned Hereford

Champion Polled Hereford

Whitney Walker

Blayke Breeding

Lucas Stumpf

Reserve % Simmental

Reserve Horned Hereford

Reserve Polled Hereford

Sara Sullivan

Kynsleigh Krebs

Beau Ann Groves

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion Maine Angus Sara Sullivan

Abby Wood

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Reserve Maine Angus

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Champion Angus

Champion Gelbvieh

Champion Balancer

MKayden Nowatzke

3G Ranch

JW LeDoux

Reserve Angus

Reserve Gelbvieh

Reserve Balancer

Austin Nowatzke

Michael Butler

James Dobson

NWSS

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OPEN HEIFERS

218

Champion Charolais

Champion Simmental

Champion % Simmental

Kelton Arthur

Jack Dameron

Clint Main

Reserve Charolais

Reserve Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Tony Jeffs

Tucker Bayer

Sara Sullivan


T/R NFF Princess E307 Kayden Nowatzke 2019 Grand Champion ROV Angus Heifer National Western Stock Show 2019 Grand Champion ROV Angus Heifer FWSSR 2018 NAILE Intermediate Division Champion (Open & Junior) 2018 Intermediate Division champion American Royal Junior Show 2018 Champion Heifer & Supreme Champion All American Angus Breedersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Futurity 2018 Reserve Champion ROV Angus Heifer Atlantic National

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

Champion Polled Hereford

Moore Cattle

Ward Ranch

Reserve Horned Hereford

Reserve Polled Hereford

Lillie Skiles

Bentley London

S H O W

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Champion Horned Hereford

S T O C K

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Champion Red Angus

Champion Shorthorn

Champion ShorthornPlus

Morley Griffith

Cates Farms

Brandt Ranch

Reserve Red Angus

Reserve Shorthorn

Reserve ShorthornPlus

Plum Creek Angus

Riley Johnson

Abigail Burkhart

NWSS

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OPEN HEIFERS

220

Champion Chianina

Champion ChiAngus

Champion SouthDevon

Jeff Mize

Ty Goss

Gnech Farms

Reserve Chianina

Reserve ChiAngus

Reserve SouthDevon

Sara Sullivan

Tyson Fox

Jum Cattle Co.


Champion SouthDevon Poundmaker

Champion Salers

Champion Optimizer

Gnech Farms

Brittany Hisch

White Woman Creek Salers

Reserve SouthDevon Poundmaker

Reserve Salers

Reserve Optimizer

Jum Cattle Co.

White Woman Creek Salers

Lauren Frederick

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion MaineTainer

Champion Limousin

Whitney Walker

Julia Frye

McKinlee Palmatary

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Reserve MaineTainer

Reserve Limousin

Samantha Van Vorhis

John Griswold

Kinnick Paulsen

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Champion Maine-Anjou

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Champion Angus

Champion Chianina

Champion ChiAngus

Hoffman Ranch

Justin Tracy

Tyler Meroe

Reserve Angus

Reserve Chianina

Reserve ChiAngus

Express Ranch

Katy Satree

Eric Walker

NWSS

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OPEN BULLS

222

Champion Charolais

Champion Simmental

Champion % Simmental

Boyert Show Cattle

Hilbrands Cattle Co.

Boyert Show Cattle

Reserve Charolais

Reserve Simmental

Reserve % Simmental

Sydney Johnson

Jones Show Cattle

Elmore Cattle Services


Champion Limousin

Champion Red Angus

Champion Maine-Anjou

Magness Land & Cattle

Cloud 9 Cattle Co.

Buck Cattle Co.

Reserve Limousin

Reserve Red Angus

Reserve Maine-Anjou

Pinegar Limousin

L83 Ranch

Winegarnder Show Cattle

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion ShorthornPlus

Champion SouthDevon

Grow Creek Farms

5J Farms

DLCC Ranch

Reserve Shorthorn

Reserve ShorthornPlus

Reserve SouthDevon

Kyle Shoufler

Christy Campbell

Jum Cattle Co.

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Champion Shorthorn

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Champion MaineTainer

Champion Salers

Champion Optimizer

Mup Group

Fox Group Farm

GG + T Cattle Co.

Reserve MaineTainer

Reserve Salers

Reserve Optimizer

Griswold Cattle Co.

GG + T Cattle Co.

T Bone Cattle Co.

NWSS

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OPEN BULLS

224

Champion SouthDevon Poundmaker

Champion Gelbvieh

Champion Balancer

Louann Fraser

Hilltop Farms

Casey Martin

Reserve SouthDevon Poundmaker

Reserve Gelbvieh

Reserve Balancer

DLCC Ranch

3G Ranch

3G Ranch


Champion Horned Hereford Barber Ranch

Reserve Horned Hereford Express Ranch

SHOW RESULTS N A T I O N A L

W E S T E R N

S T O C K

S H O W

Champion Polled Hereford Hoffman Ranch

Jensen Bros.

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Reserve Polled Hereford

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NWSS

PROSPECTS

Grand Champion Prospect Steer

Cash Pratt, CO

Prospect Steer Judge Dustin Frank, NE Prospect Heifer Judge Deb Core, IA

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Reserve Champion Prospect Steer

Carly Wheeler, CA


3rd Overall Prospect Steer Grace Aust, KS

Grand Champion Prospect Heifer

Kade Gensini, IL

5th Overall Prospect Steer Rhylee Rodgers, IA

Reserve Champion Prospect Heifer

4th Overall Prospect Heifer Taylor Dorsey, CO

Goss Livestock, OK

5th Overall Prospect Heifer Kelton Arthur, OK

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3rd Overall Prospect Heifer Julia Frye, CO

4th Overall Prospect Steer Emma Richardson, CO

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NWSS

PROSPECTS

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Grand Champion Feeder Heifer

228

3rd Overall Feeder Heifer Landre Greiman, CO

M Lazy Heart Ranch, WY

Reserve Champion Feeder Heifer

4th Overall Feeder Heifer Bella Langrehr, WI

Taylee Velasquez, NM

5th Overall Feeder Heifer Madison McIntosh, WY


BEYOND THE BACKDROP

I have been so lucky to have had the opportunity to show at many state and national level shows. Since I started showing, I have shown at the California State Fair, my two

county fairs, and other jackpot shows throughout California. These past 5 years I have had the opportunity to show at the National Western Stock Show, American Royal, Arizona National, and Western Nugget Hereford Show and Western Angus Futurity Show in Reno. My favorite national show is the National Western. This year was such an amazing experience and a huge accomplishment for our family and breeder. For the past 5 years, I have been fortunate enough to make the trip to Denver and show at the National Western Stock Show. This year I participated in many competitions while attending The National Western. During the first week of the show I showed a Bred and Owned Hereford Heifer, and Market Goat. During the second week, I showed a Market Steer and I ended the week with showing

a Prospect Steer. I am excited to say that, this year I had the honor of being awarded Reserve Supreme Champion Prospect Steer with my steer, Boomer. I would not be even close to achieving the things that I have, a this age, if I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the love and support of my team. I would like to thank the Rodgers Family for placing this steer with us and for all of their hard work getting him and many of my other animals show ready. I look forward to every show that we get to be together. I would also like to thank Travis Bartels and Jacob Rodriguez for the hard work they put into my animals. I would also like to thank my parents and my brother for all of the time, money, effort and patience spent raising and showing livestock. I have learned that it takes a whole family committing to competing at this level. I look forward to many more years of showing! â&#x20AC;˘

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y name is Carly Wheeler. I am 13 years old and from Paso Robles, California. I have been around cattle since I was born! My favorite thing about showing livestock is the friends and memories that I have made along the way. My parents are Toby and Jessica Wheeler, and my younger brother is Braden. My family and I run approximately 40 head of purebred Hereford and Angus cattle on our ranch in California. Aside from showing cattle, I also enjoy showing goats and I have showed hogs in the past. I know that I am blessed to live the lifestyle that I do and to have the support from so many to pursue showing livestock.

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Grand Champion Market Animal

Elizabeth Heintz

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Ring A Judge Mark Johnson

MARKET ANIMAL

MICHIGAN

LANSING

AGR BEEF PREVIEW

Date February 2019

Ring B Judge Torie Schwartz Results/Photos Lindsay Hanewich

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Alissa Boerson


3rd Overall Market Animal Callie Halsey

Grand Champion Market Animal

Alissa Boerson

5th Overall Market Animal Kipp Fisher

Reserve Champion Market Animal

4th Overall Market Animal Nick Boerson

Kipp Fisher

5th Overall Market Animal Callie Halsey

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3rd Overall Market Animal McKenna Hoppa

4th Overall Market Animal Elizabeth Heintz

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Grand Champion Heifer

A G R

B E E F

P R E V I E W

Dallas Richey

AGR BEEF PREVIEW

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HEIFERS

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Reserve Champion Heifer

Kade Gensini


3rd Overall Heifer Rylee Derrer

Grand Champion Heifer

Kade Gensini

Reserve Champion Heifer

4th Overall Heifer Addie Shaffer

5th Overall Heifer Tayler Johnson

Alyssa Fagner

5th Overall Heifer Dallas Richey

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3rd Overall Heifer Tayler Johnson

4th Overall Heifer Alyssa Fagner

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Grand Champion Steer

Calvin Trigg › Crossbred

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Ring A Judge Josh Taylor, OK

STEERS

OHIO

SPRINGFIELD

SCARLET & GRAY

Date January 2019

Ring B Judge Brady Ragland, TX Results/Photos Linde

Reserve Champion Steer

Brooke Egbert › Crossbred


›Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

› Market Heifer

3rd Overall Steer Alissa Boersen

4th Overall Steer Victoria Waits

5th Overall Steer Bailey Garwood

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Alissa Boersen

Brooke Egbert

› Crossbred

› Crossbred

› Maine-Anjou

› AOB

3rd Overall Steer Micayla McClure

4th Overall Steer Victoria Waits

5th Overall Steer Harrison Blay

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› Crossbred

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SHOW RESULTS S C A R L E T

Grand Champion Heifer

A N D

G R A Y

M I D W E S T

S H O W D O W N

Bailey Tomson › MaineTainer

SCARLET & GRAY

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HEIFERS

236

Reserve Champion Heifer

Paige Pence › Angus


› Crossbred

› Simmental

› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Wyatt Morris

4th Overall Heifer Alyssa Fagner

5th Overall Heifer Hadley Hendrickson

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Bailey Tomson

Wyatt Morris

› MaineTainer

› Crossbred

› Crossbred

› Shorthorn

3rd Overall Heifer Paige Pence

4th Overall Heifer Mattie Drew Doerstler

5th Overall Heifer McKala Grauel

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› Angus

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Grand Champion Market Animal

Ashley Halpin › Crossbred

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Judges Richard & Renee Rogers

MARKET ANIMAL

MICHIGAN

MASON

DIAMOND CLASSIC

Date February 2019

Results/Photos Sterling Photography

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Levi Fagner › Crossbred


› Market Heifer

› MaineTainer

› Chianina

3rd Overall Market Animal Ashley Halpin

4th Overall Market Animal Corbin Sharbowski

5th Overall Market Animal Alivia Neal

DIAMOND CLASSIC HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Alyssa Fagner

Kate Stewart

› Simmental

› SimSolution

3rd Overall Heifer Megan Brunke

4th Overall Heifer Cody Wallace

5th Overall Heifer Vivian Sickafoose

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› Chianina

› AOB

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Grand Champion Steer

Calvin Trigg › Crossbred

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Judge Nick Fitzsimmons

STEERS

INDIANA

PRINCETON

GIBSON CO. PREVIEW

Date February 2019

Results/Photos Lindsay Hanewich

Reserve Champion Steer

Ashtin Guyer › Crossbred


› Maine-Anjou

› Shorthorn

› Maine-Anjou

3rd Overall Steer Malah Bridwell

4th Overall Steer AidynBarber

5th Overall Steer Hadley Hendrickson

GIBSON CO. PREVIEW HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Clint Main

Kade Gensini

› SimSolution

› Chianina

› Simmental

› SimSolution

3rd Overall Heifer Bailey Tomson

4th Overall Heifer Ashtin Guyer

5th Overall Heifer David Streitmatter

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› MaineTainer

241


Grand Champion Market Animal

Ansley Maronde › Crossbred

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KEARNEY

242

Steer Judge Wravenna Bloomberg

NCC

MARKET ANIMAL

NEBRASKA

NE CATTLEMEN’S CLASSIC Date February 2019

Heifer Judge Parker Henley Results/Photos Legacy Livestock Imaging

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Berren Strope › Chianina


› Crossbred

› MaineTainer

› Composite Charolais

3rd Overall Market Animal Kathlyn Hauxwell

4th Overall Market Animal Taylin Sanley

5th Overall Market Animal Dalton Wagner

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HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Fletcher Larsen

Jace Stagemeyer

› Hereford

› Angus

› Chianina

› Commercial

3rd Overall Heifer Carly Kolterman

4th Overall Heifer Marissa Meduna

5th Overall Heifer Bryson Stultz

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Ross Brumbaugh › Simmental

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WEST LAFAYETTE

PURDUE AGR

Date February 2019

Results/Photos Lindsay Hanewich

Reserve Champion Steer

Rachel Streitmatter › Crossbred


› Crossbred

› Chianina

› Simmental

3rd Overall Steer Ashtin Guyer

4th Overall Steer Brielle Vernon

5th Overall Steer Cohl VanMeter

PURDUE AGR HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Clint Main

Bailey Tomson

› SimSolution

› MaineTainer

› Crossbred

› SimSolution

3rd Overall Heifer Tanner Cordes

4th Overall Heifer Mattie Doerstler

5th Overall Heifer Anne Dameron

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Calvin Trigg › Crossbred

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VIRGINIA

HARRISONBURG

VCCP

STEERS

Date January 2019

Results/Photos Megan Blakenship

Reserve Champion Steer

Jackson Rippeon › Crossbred


› Crossbred

› Hereford

› MaineTainer

3rd Overall Steer Kaylie Shelton

4th Overall Steer Kaylie Shelton

5th Overall Steer Jakob Kolega

VCCP

HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Shelby Burcker

Adalynn Blankenship

› MaineTainer

› Hereford

› SimSolution

› MaineTainer

3rd Overall Heifer John Crawford

4th Overall Heifer Kolten Greenhorn

5th Overall Heifer Rylee Stockdale

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Grand Champion Breeding Doe

Jordan Pritchett

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Results/Photos Bryan Christian

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Reserve Champion Breeding Doe

Tucker Howard


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Grand Champion Breeding Ewe

Reserve Champion Breeding Ewe

Caroline Burke

Mac Heuer


Supreme Champion Female

Chance Ward

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HEIFERS

CALIFORNIA

PLYMOUTH

CATTLEMEN’S JACPOT

Date March 2019

Results/Photos Nicole Reis Photography Backdrop Cover-All / The Showtimes, Inc.

Reserve Supreme Female

Will Ward › Bred & Owned


CATTLEMEN’S JACPOT STEERS

Supreme Champion Steer

Carly Wheeler › Progress

Georgia Cozzitorto › Progress

3rd Overall Steer

Cassidy Carroll › Prospect

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Maliah Bridwell â&#x20AC;º Crossbred

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MARKET ANIMAL

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MILLERSBURG

HOLMES CO. PREVIEW

Date March 2019

Ring B Judge Ashley Judge Results/Photos Linde Backdrop Cover-All / The Showtimes, Inc.

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Elizabeth Heintz


3rd Overall Market Animal Rachel Streitmatter

Grand Champion Market Animal

4th Overall Market Animal Grant Belleville

5th Overall Market Animal Carter McCauley

Reserve Champion Market Animal

Maliah Bridwell

Carter McCauley

› Crossbred

› Chianina

3rd Overall Market Animal Fox Morgan

4th Overall Market Animal Elizabeth Heintz

5th Overall Market Animal Elizabeth Heintz

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Grand Champion Heifer

C O U N T Y

P R E V I E W

Tanner Cordes

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Tanner Cordes


› % Simmental

3rd Overall Heifer Elizabeth Heintz

Grand Champion Heifer

4th Overall Heifer Kolten Greenhorn

Reserve Champion Heifer

Elizabeth Heintz

5th Overall Heifer Audriana Albert

Tanner Cordes

› Crossbred

› MaineTainer

3rd Overall Heifer Dallas Richey

4th Overall Heifer Ella Schroeder

5th Overall Heifer Tanner Cordes

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Nate Brown › Maine-Anjou

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STEERS

KENTUCKY

LOUISVILLE

KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO

Date March 2019

Heifer Judge Tim Schaeffer Results/Photos Linde

Reserve Champion Steer

Victoria Waits › Maine-Anjou


› Chianina

› Crossbred

› Simmental

3rd Overall Steer Nick Boerson

4th Overall Steer Alissa Boersen

5th Overall Steer Chase Harker

KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO HEIFERS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Carter Hoge

Bailey Sigrist

› Simmental

› % Simmental

› Angus

› Angus

3rd Overall Heifer Carter Wickard

4th Overall Heifer Carter Hoge

5th Overall Heifer Delaney Jones

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JUDGE: BOB MAY, WI $5,000

PHOTOGRAPHER: BIG STAR $2,500

$1,000

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

3rd Overall Steer

Kayla Morrow, MO

Emma Vickland, CO

Kyndal Reitzenstein, CO

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Kyndal Reitzenstein, CO

Austin Vieselmeyer, CO

HEIFER JUDGE: JOEL JUDGE, CA STEER JUDGE: AMANDA SCHNOOR, CA

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Bayley Kroupa, SD

Breelynn Frank, CO

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Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Vada Vickland, CO

Isabelle Schultz, NE

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Dalton Lind, CO

Andrew Hodges, KS

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Vada Vickland, CO

Whitney Walker, AR

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Austin Reitzenstein, CO

Grant Vickland, CO

March 20-22, 2015 HEIFER JUDGE: BRAD WINEGARDNER, OH STEER JUDGE: MATT LEO, CA

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March 18-20, 2016 HEIFER JUDGE: BRANDON CALLIS, OK STEER JUDGE: JIM WILLIAMS, TX PHOTOGRAPHER: LEGACY LIVESTOCK IMAGING


Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Kelton Arthur, OK

Ben Nikkel, KS

March 24-26, 2017 HEIFER JUDGE: JOSH ELDER, IA STEER JUDGE: RANDY DANIEL, GA

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Jake Nikkel, KS

Kory Ridnour, CO

Grand Champion Heifer

Reserve Champion Heifer

Mason Walker, AR

Vada Vickland, CO

PHOTOGRAPHER: CINDY

HEIFER JUDGE: MARK + DEB CORE, IA STEER JUDGE: MARK HOGE, IL

Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Champion Steer

Julia Frye, CO

Aaron Kerlee, CA

PHOTOGRAPHER: CINDY

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n 2012 we held the first Blackout Jackpot! It was a steer only show that awarded $5,000 to the Grand Champion Steer. It was just an afternoon show held on the Saturday of the Green & Gold Showdown. While it was a great show with some of the best steers in the country, it was nothing like what Blackout 7 will be. We took the next year off as the show facility had to be rebuilt. Shane Bedwell who ran the Green & Gold rings asked if we would take over the gold ring the next year. In 2014 Blackout Jackpot 2 was held with the Green & Gold and included both a steer and heifer show. Each year we have tried to make a jackpot show that would be a ton of fun to win if we were showing. We always loved jackpotting our steers at shows like the Show Calf Cruise and Mountain States Beef Expo. It was

always fun to win a buckle or even $1,000! We thought how cool it would be if you could win money, a banner, a buckle, a show box and the check? So we added all of those cool prizes to Blackout. Each year we took the show a step further. We introduced wild backdrop banners, lights, smoke, metal truss, neon signs, ring wall banners and cool Show and Win Prizes. We even added a Stall Bid-Off where you could come to the show and unload and go straight to a set up stall where you got to take everything home! The coolest part was we used the money raised to go towards scholarships to exhibitors at the show! To date we have awarded 28 Scholarships totaling $16,250 and plan to award several more at Blackout 7! When we started Blackout there were only a few states that participated each year including Colorado, Wyoming and a few from Nebraska. Last


It was always a goal of ours to showcase judges, photographers and industry professionals from across the country. We’ve brought in judges from California to Georgia and Ohio to Texas. We’ve got to work with many different photographers. This year we are excited to have Cindy taking photos once again! Cindy is from Illinois and has taken backdrop photos at State Fairs, Jackpots, Junior Nationals and National Shows across the country! Larry Wilson will also be there. Larry is the Beef Superintendent at the Illinois State Fair and works with the National Junior Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, Kentucky. We’re also excited to have Kenin Smith back to announce our 2019 show. Kenin is the announcer at the Illinois State Fair! Lindsey Broek from the American Maine-Anjou Association and Bailey Clanton from the American Hereford Association will once again be helping out. We will also be having many other awesome people helping this year including Loren Broad, Gerald Green, Dustin Johnson, Patti Thaden, Kelli Mundhenke, Roger Tuell, Lyndell Tuell, Bauman Family, Bob and Virginia Beebe, Tonya Eich, Dana Wooten, the Sterkel Family and Kassi Rice! A special thanks to everyone with the CSU Green & Gold Showdown for once again

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working with us! We’re also excited to welcome nine great interns from across the country! We look forward to working with Macey Goretska, Abigail Pitstick, Sammi Schrag, Regan Culp, Caley Mayo, Kory Ridnour, Samantha Reese, Dillon Hinners and Cody Maddox!

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Plus, we will also have the American Junior MaineAnjou Board Members working the ring this year! Blackout 7 will be our coolest show to date! Not only do we have some really fun awards you can win, you could also win a custom made 2 Blower Package, Show Boat, Xbox One S, TV, Anderson Bean Boots and Showtimes Prize Pack! We will also have drawstring bags, light up pens, official show pins, stickers and many more exciting awards you can win at the show! Blackout would not be possible without the numerous sponsors that donate each year and our many friends from across the country! We started the Blackout as a way for us to give back to an industry that means a lot to us. We hope you all enjoy Blackout Jackpot 7! Each year we try to top what we’ve done before. We can’t wait to show you what we have planned for this year! See you in Loveland, CO March 22-24, 2019! It’s gonna be lights out!

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CJLA SANCTIONED DOUBLE SHOW Sponsored by the 15th District Agricultural Association

March 9 & 10, 2019 Market Steer • Heifers • Market Swine • Market Sheep Wether Dam Ewe • Market Goat • Wether Dam Doe ENTRY DEADLINE • MARCH 7 AT 11:59 PM ENTER ONLINE AT WWW.KERNCOUNTYFAIR.COM/P/LIVESTOCK

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Proudly Presented by: Erie County Agricultural Society & WW Livestock Systems

Empire State Beef Classic-2018 Grand Champion Female Exhibited by: Katelynn Bennett-PA

WNY Hog & Lamb Preview Classic-2018 Grand Champion Market Lamb- Show #1 Exhibited by: McKenzie Stadtmiller, PA

WNY Hog & Lamb Preview Classic-2018 Grand Champion Hog- Show #1 Exhibited by: Katelynn Bennett -PA

WNY WNY Hog Hog && Lamb Lamb Preview Preview Classic-2018 Classic-2018 Grand Grand Champion Champion Market Market LambLamb- Show Show #2 #2 Exhibited McKenzie Stadtmiller- PA Exhibitor: by: McKenzie Stadtmiller-PA Empire State Beef Classic-2018 Grand Champion Market Animal Exhibited by: Fox Morgan-OH

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Brand New Show!

Two Indoor Rings!

Royal Rumble

Saturday, May 4, 2019 Veteran’s Memorial Park

SHOW BEGINS: 10:00 am Heifers followed by Steers Weigh-in: Friday 7–9 pm Saturday 6–8 am

1001 Division Street, Mauston, WI 53948 (Easy access to Interstate 90/94) Cattle may arrive Friday after 6:00 pm | Limited indoor stalling — first come, first served

Top 5 will be chosen for each ring, heifers and steers!

ENTRY FEE

GRAND CHAMPION $500

Prior to April 20th: $40/ring Onsite entry fee: $55/ring

Reserve Champion $350

3rd Overall $250 | 4th Overall $150 | 5th Overall $100

Food Available on the Grounds General Rules & Information: • • • • • • • • •

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Heifers must be born after 9-1-17 Steers must be born after 1-1-18 We are not responsible for accidents or personal property Show is open to youth exhibitors ages 8-21 Must have readable tattoos & papers on registered animals No artificial filling or fitting of cattle allowed All out of state animals must have health papers Generators are STRONGLY encouraged Exhibitors are responsible for bringing their own bedding along with cleanup, including outdoor tack areas No dairy steers or cow/calf pairs Minimum of 6 head per breed & class (with committee discretion) Registered heifers will be shown by breed and age Commercial heifers will be shown by weight Registered steers will by shown breed and weight Crossbred steers will be shown by weight

Hotel Accommodations: Mention: “Exit 69 Royal Rumble” to receive a discounted rate. • BEST WESTERN PARK OASIS INN 608-847-6255 • QUALITY INN 608-847-5959 • SUPER 8 BY WYNDHAM 608-847-2300

Show Sponsored by: Juneau County Youth Livestock Association and Mauston FFA For more information, please call:

Lori Lulich — 608-963-1054 Check out our Facebook page for updates and registration form!

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Memorial Day Weekend | May 25 - May 26, 2019 Goodhue County Fairgrounds Zumbrota, Minnesota

Schedule of Events Saturday, May 25

Noon - 4:00 pm...Check-In 3:00 pm...Showmanship Clinic 4:00 pm...Nutrition Clinic 4:30 pm...Stock Show U Clinic 6:00 pm...Showmanship

Sunday, May 26

7:00 - 9:00 am...Check-In 11:00 am...Show Begins

Entry Fee

postmarked by May 17 $40 Postmarked after May 17 $50 Showmanship Free

General Rules

- Judges Information Available Online - Breeding Heifers must have registration papers and be born on or after 9/1/17 - Exhibitors must be age 21 and under as of 1/1/19 - Minimum of 4 entries required for breed division

Payouts

Champion $500 Reserve Champion $250 3rd overall $200 4th overall $150 5th overall $100 Class Winners Pro-Rated

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UWRF

Block & Bridle Prospect Weekend

Beef

Sheep

Swine

Goat

May 4th-5th, 2019 Pierce Country Fairgrounds Ellsworth, Wisconsin

Macy Abraham:

715-574-4293 Macy.abraham@my.uwrf.edu

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Brittany Renn

414-801-4536 Brittany.renn@my.uwrf.edu

UWRF Prospect Show

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Western Kansas Livestock Show Greeley County Fairgrounds • Tribune, KS FRIDAY, May 31 2:00 p.m. • Barns Open SATURDAY, JUNE 1 7:00 a.m. • Weigh-In Swine 12:00 Weigh-In Sheep & Goat SUNDAY, JUNE 2 7:00 a.m. Weigh-In Cattle

All Mountain Standard Time!

Show Starts at 9 a.m.

JUDGE: Danny Davis This show is sanctioned by • Cimarron Valley Livestock Series

• BREED CHAMPION AWARDS • CLASS PAYOUT • SHOWMANSHIP BUCKLES & PRIZES • SILENT AUCTION • VENDOR BOOTHS • SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE • OUT OF STATE EXHIBITORS WELCOME • CONCESSIONS ALL DAYS • SATURDAY NIGHT Free BBQ • OLD TIMER’S SWINE CONTEST • BEEF FITTING CONTEST • Generators are encouraged, be prepared to show out of trailers

Swine,Meat Goat, & Sheep must be born after January 1st, 2019 Pre-Entry: $25 • Day of Show: $30 per animal Meat Goat and Market Sheep $250 Champion & Buckle • $100 Reserve Market Swine $500 Champion & Buckle • $250 Reserve Breeding Class: Goat, Sheep & Swine, Separate Entry & cash payout

Market Beef & Breeding Heifer must be born after January 1st, 2018 Full Fit Beef Show – Weigh in Sunday at 7:00 am Pre-Entry: $25 • Day of Show: $30 Market Beef $800 Champion & Buckle $500 Reserve Breeding Heifer $250 & Boots and Buckle - Champion $100 & Boots and Buckle – Reserve Website:purpletowin.com

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CHURCH SIGN

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--PUT ON BY THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB --

MSU PAVILION 4301 Farm Lane Lansing, Michigan

--ENTRY FEE: $50 ($100 late) -- ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MARCH 8TH,2019

OVERALL CHAMPION

RESERVE CHAMPION

$500

3RD OVERALL

$300

$400

4TH OVERALL

$200

5th OVERALL

Committee Chairs

Schedule

Brandon Goering (419) 551- 5461 goeringb@msu.edu

FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH

$100

3:30PM --B&B Livestock Judging Contest

SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH Brady Littlefield (269) 503 - 0407 littl103@msu.edu

Claire Vincent (810) 941-7737 vince173@msu.edu

SUNDAY, MARCH 31ST 8:00AM --------------------- SHOWMANSHIP BEGINS

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Kollin Johnson (517) 932 - 8621 john7264@msu.edu

1:00 -- 4:00PM ------------------------ EARLY CHECK-IN (south barn) 5:30PM ------------------- STALLING IN MAIN BARN 6:00 -- 9:00PM ----------------------------------------- CHECK IN

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Will you be

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June 17 -22, 2019

ENTER ONLINE AT JUNIORSHORTHORN.COM Upcoming Deadlines:

Contest Age Divisions as of Jan. 1, 2019:

April 10 - Junior Board Application Deadline

PI: 5-9 PII: 10-12 Intermediate: 13-16 Senior: 17-21

May 1 - Scholarship Deadline May 1 - Ownership Deadline (must have registration number to enter!!)

May 1 - Entry Deadline May 15 - Late Entry Deadline

*Exhibitors must be 7 to exhibit cattle or compete in showmanship*

NEW for 2019! The minimum requirement is now 25% for ShorthornPlus steers ONLY!!! This rule will be in place for a two-year trial period. ShorthornPlus Bred & Owned females (must be 50%) will now have their own show on June 21. They will be judged by the bred & owned judge. On June 21, there will be two rings, ALL bred and owned in Ring 1 and ShorthornPlus Owned females & steers in Ring 2.

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Austin, Minnesota EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE

April 19

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: mnjrspringclassic.com facebook.com/minnesotajsc

Questions?

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BY: BURT DERRYBERRY, OK

CIMARRON TRAILERS / FOOD EXPERT

BURT SHARES HIS FAVORITE PLACES TO EAT DOWN SOUTH DURING HOUSTON AND OYE! FLOYDS CAJUN SEAFOOD & TEXAS STEAKHOUSE 16549 Southwest Fwy Sugar Land, TX 77479 281.240.3474

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S&B BURGER JOINT Multiple Locations Oklahoma City, OK 405.270.0516

THE COW CALF-HAY 3409 Wynn Dr. Edmond, OK 73013 405.509.2333

Wow, it’s that time again! Seems like I was just sitting down to plan my next road trip and where I was going to dine along the way. This Tour starts with the Houston Livestock Show. Once again, as a creature of habit I’m going to share a couple of places in Pearland that are fairly close the motel where I stay. I’ll start with my favorite place to satisfy my hunger pangs - and that would be Floyds Cajun Seafood & Texas Steakhouse. This place has been around for over 70 years; which leads me to believe they are doing a lot of things right! My stomach tends to agree with my brain on this one. They have something for everyone on the menu here from the Cajun classics and seafood platters to the hamburgers, steaks, hamburger steaks and chicken fried steak. Now if you can’t find something to please you here, you’re just plumb outa luck! Did I mention that the prices are very affordable also? The next stop on my Southern Tour lands me at Bighorn BBQ & Burgers. This place is a combination BBQ, gas station (for your automobile), convenience store and gift shop for your one stop shopping! They take pride in their home cooking and generous portions. Once again, there is something for everyone on the menu! If you’re craving some ribs, brisket or burgers - they’ve got it. I would strongly suggest you save room for some of the peach cobbler to top things off with. The prices at this place I feel are very affordable for a hungry crew from the stock show. Heading North on this World Tour I find myself in Oklahoma City, home of the Oklahoma Youth Expo. As you know, I tend to look for places off the beaten path to dine at. I like to

frequent the S&B Burger Joint. This place is primarily a burger joint and that’s fine with me. If I wanted something else to eat I would go somewhere else to dine. The service at this place is awesome! Fast and friendly, which makes me feel right at home (maybe somebody else’s home). They treat everyone like they are glad to see you. I must say my favorite burger here is the mushroom and swiss. I’ve had these at lots of other places, but this is what I want when I show up here! There are several locations for this little chain, but they don’t treat you like most of the chain restaurants. Once again, I would highly recommend taking a hungry group in here to dine. The last stop on my Dining Tour brings me to The Cow Calf-Hay. One of my favorites here is the Mad Cow - which is a chicken breast with bacon. Now you can’t go wrong with that combination! You throw in some homemade hand breaded onion rings and buddy it’s game on! This place is also famous for its big, thick, juicy, handmade hamburger patties of which I’m a large fan of. This place is also a small family owned chain restaurant in the OKC metroplex with one in Lawton, OK as well. They still have a great staff that makes you feel like they are happy you came to dine with them. I think I’ve shared enough of my favorites for this time. I don’t see the need to bore you or confuse about where I like to dine. Once again, as we journey through this awesome stock show world, let’s try not to lose focus on why we do what we do and be a positive influence on everyone we meet. ‘Til next time, safe travels and hope to see you down the road. •


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Upcoming Events are provided for your convenience. Please check individual ads or contacts to confirm show and sale dates and locations. Email your show’s name, location, phone number and website to theshowtimes@yahoo.com for a complimentary listing of your upcoming show. We will also add it to our website as well as our free Showtimes App!

American Royal

Eastern Regional Junior Show

Kansas City, MO October 16-27, 2019

Murfreesboro, TN June 6-9, 2019

Aksarben

Empire State Beef Classic

Grand Island, NE September 26-29, 2019

Hamburg, NY April 12-14, 2019

Beauty and the Beast

Exit 69 Royal Rumble

Canton, KS May 11, 2019

Mauston, WI May 4, 2019

Bill Rogers Classic

Flint Hills Classic

Columbus, OH March 23, 2019

Eureka, KS April 28, 2019

Blackout Jackpot 7

Green & Gold Showdown

Loveland, CO March 22-24, 2019

Loveland, CO March 22-24, 2019

Boots and Buckles Chute Out

Hendricks County Preview

Tribune, KS June 1-2, 2019

Danville, IN April 6, 2019

Catamount Showdown

Hoof N Horn - Cattle

Keyser, WV April 6-7, 2019

Roseville, IL March 23, 2019

Central Florida Fair

Hoof N Horn - Pigs

February 28 - March 17, 2019

Springfield, IL May 18, 2019

Central Texas State Fair August 29 - September 1, 2019

Hoof N Horn - Sheep & Goats

Colorado State Fair

Macomb, IL May 12, 2019

Pueblo, CO August 23 - September 2, 2019

Houston Livestock Show

Cyclone Classic & AGR Spring Showdown Ames, IA March 15-17, 2019

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Houston, TX February 26 - March 17, 2019

Huntington County Cattlemen’s Huntington, IN March 16, 2019

January 31 - February 7, 2019

I-80 Extravaganza

Decatur County Cattle Battle

Rawlings, Wyoming March 30, 2019 June 29-30, 2019

Greensburg, IN March 24, 2019

Double Down in Des Moines Maine-Anjou & Chianina Junior National Des Moines, IA June 22-28, 2019

East Texas State Fair September 20-29, 2019

Illinois State Fair Springfield, IL August 8-18, 2019

Indiana State Fair Indianapolis, IN August 2-18, 2019


Iowa State Fair Des Moines, IA August 8-18, 2019

Jackrabbits Memorial Sioux Falls, SD March 1-3, 2019

Kentucky Bluegrass Invitational Murray, KY April 6, 2019

Leadin’ for a Cure Chillicothe, MO March 23-24, 2019

McPherson County Spring Beef Show Canton, KS May 12, 2019

Michigan Beef Expo Lansing, MI March 31, 2019

Midwest Mania Kirksville, MO March 31, 2019

Minnesota Junior Spring Classic Austin, MN April 19, 2019

NAILE Louisville, KY November 5-21, 2019

North Star Showdown Zumbrota, MN May 25-26, 2019

Oklahoma Beef Expo Stillwater, OK April 26-28, 2019

OYE Oklahoma City, OK March 13-22, 2019

Pacific Coast Livestock Show Bakersfield, CA March 9-10, 2019

Pioneer Showdown Lancaster, WI April 26-27, 2019

Rodeo Austin Austin, TX March 16-30, 2019

SC Showdown Scott City, KS April 27-28, 2019

Southeast Summer Classic Murfreesboro, TN June 6-9, 209

Spring Futurity Show Ames, IA May 11, 2019

UPCOMING ISSUES

Spring Kick-Off Showdown Ames, IA May 11, 2019

SOJC

MAY/JUNE

Central Point, OR May 4-5, 2019

2019 JUNIOR NATIONAL EDITION

Steers & Stripes

Ad Deadline: May 1 Available: May 20

Sedalia, MO March 2-3, 2019

Strumming a Shorthorn Tune Lebanon, TN June 17-22, 2019

The Main Event Des Moines, IA March 23, 2019

Tulsa State Fair Tulsa, OK September 26 - October 6, 2019

UWRF Block & Bridle

AUGUST 2019 STATE FAIR EDITION Ad Deadline: July 10 Available: July 25

SEPT/OCT 2019 FALL EDITION Ad Deadline: September 1 Available: September 25

Ellsworth, WI May 4-5, 2019

Whitley County Cattlemen’s Classic Columbia City, IN March 17, 2019

WNY Preview Classic Hamburg, NY May 31 - June 2, 2019

Plan now to advertise in an upcoming issue of The Showtimes Magazine! We offer discounted rates for year/6 issue contracts! Email theshowtimes@yahoo.com or call Betty at 303.579.4032 to learn more or reserve your ad!


New Year / New Tour Look for The Showtimes at these upcoming shows!

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We will have our booth and store setup at the show! Be sure to check out all of our Blackout 7 hoodies, caps, pins and more! Plus look for videos and results after the show! Use our SNAPCHAT FILTER throughout the show! We want to see your photos! Take a photo at your stall or around the Blackout and use #IAmShowtimes!

June 22-28, 2019

Photos, Show Center Video + Updates! We are excited to once again be the Official Media Partner of the 2019 Maine-Anjou & Chianina Junior National! Follow us online and in print for the latest coverage! Use our SNAPCHAT FILTER throughout the show! We want to see your photos! Take a photo at your stall or around Fort Worth and use #IAmShowtimes!

TAKE PHOTOS USING #IAmShowtimes in Loveland and Des Moines! We will share our favorites on Social Media and in our Magazine!


LOOK FOR THESE JUDGES AT THE UPCOMING SHOWS.

OYE FLINT HILLS CLASSIC Beef Brook Cromwell Swine Blake Goss Sheep + Goat Brandon Morgan

Market Steers Paul Clapp, IA Market Barrows Nick Mauck, IN

Saturday Hogs & Sheep Sunday Cattle & Goats Payton Dahmer, MO

Houston Market Steers Kevin Jensen, KS

HENRICKS COUNTY

Market Goats Spencer Scotten, MO

Mark & Deb Core

Heifers Ring 1 Lydell Meier, TN

Market Lambs Todd Wise, CO Market Goats Marvin Ensor, TX

BOOTS & BUCKLES CHUTE OUT Danny Davis

Blackout 7 Steers Travis Otterstad, OK Baylor Bonham, OK Heifers Nate Tice, IA Tim Schaeffer, IN

Huntington County Chuck Lemanager Dave Guyer

Green & Gold Steers Amanda Schnoor Heifers Torie Schwartz

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Market Barrows James Backman, CA Kade Hummel, KS

Matt Copeland Todd Caldwell

Market Lambs Todd Wise, CO

SC SHOWDOWN Saturday Cattle & Goats Sunday Hogs & Sheep Jake Bloomberg, IL

Oklahoma Beef Expo

UPCOMING JUDGES

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MARKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PARENTS SHARE HIS EARLY YEARS INCLUDING GROWING UP SHOWING, SPORTS, WINNING HIGH INDIVIDUAL IN LOUISVILLE IN 4-H AS WELL AS SENIOR COLLEGE, ALL LEADING TO WHO HE IS TODAY.


cattle show arena from an early age. Through his 4-H years Mark exhibited cattle, hogs, sheep, and western pleasure horse. He began speaking competitions as a Jr. High literary contestant. Formal livestock judging began in 7th grade with the Atkinson, IL, FFA coach Roger Carr who is now a highly successful FFA instructor and coach in Indiana. When joining FFA he became very active though the guidance of instructor Ron Alhorn, in livestock judging and Parliamentary Procedure—starting as a floor member and by his Jr. year was competing as a chairman and in his senior year was the Illinois state champion chairman.

As his sister, Kathy, was older, Mark was involved in the

Highlighting his early judging career, Cambridge FFA was

In high school his extracurricular activities included football (tight end), basketball(center) and track (3200 and 1600) in which Mark excelled and was awarded multiple all-conference awards. To add to his personal development, he also played trumpet in band, marching band, and ensemble competitions (5 entries his senior year). Through his involvement in choir, Mark was a cast member of a school musical presentation all 4 years. Probably “Sonny” in the play Grease was his claim to fame.

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here Mark Hoge got his personality is something we are still pondering but thoroughly enjoying. These things in no specific order would have influenced him in some way: Dan building a high ranking livestock judging team thus from little up, being surrounded by college age influences—want to be like them, Grandparents (Verden and Verna Lee Broers) that would listen, support and share their time in his life, livestock was raised and housed at “Grandpa’s Farm, an autistic (Asperger’s) sister –5 yrs. older with Mark being her best friend, a mother whose belief was “Whatever you enter into, you are expected to finish to the best of your ability.” So started his life at age 3----entered into tumbling because he needed to be social, he needed to be coordinated, and he needed to learn to line up! Competition in this started at age 5 and thus competition became a large part of his life in many forms as you will see.

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the state livestock judging team that represented Illinois in Kansas City and was a top ten individual. Between his senior year and freshman at Black Hawk College, Mark was selected to the Illinois 4-H Livestock Judging team in which he was named high individual in the National 4-H contest in Louisville. At Black Hawk he was high individual at the National Barrow Show and the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo. At the senior college level at the University of IL, he was high individual at the National Western and finished his competitive career by winning the National Senior College contest in Louisville.

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While working on his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree at Iowa State, Mark was an assistant coach under Dr. Scott Greiner whose team was high team overall at the American Royal. Mark followed by coaching several highly successful teams. He finished his education at Michigan State University earning a PhD. In Animal Breeding. Mark joined the teaching faculty at Western IL University at Macomb, IL and serves as the livestock judging coach.

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From this you can tell it takes many to encourage a youth to become the best they can be. As parents, we were so fortunate Mark had the abilities to take these paths. Hopefully this is carrying over as Mark continues to be competitive in many ways. But mainly he enjoys what he is doing and enjoying Katie and his children. â&#x20AC;˘


BY: KATIE HOGE, IL

“THIS INDUSTRY IS SO IMPORTANT TO HIM. IT’S WHAT RAISED HIM. IT’S WHAT’S RAISING HIS FAMILY. IT’S WHAT HE WANTS SO BADLY FOR OTHER FAMILIES TOO.”

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There was no doubt that this was the path Mark would take. Raising and evaluating livestock is his gift. Mark went to Blackhawk East College followed by University of Illinois followed by masters at Iowa State University followed by PhD in genetics at Michigan State University. Professor at WIU advisor to the AGRs and

Hoof and Horn, WIU coach, judge raises hogs at home. The livestock industry is Mark‘s passion. He is captivated by the industry. He won’t worry about how much time it takes or energy he just gives his all and sacrifices it all without a second thought. People that don’t know him don’t know this, but people that work with him for sure know, that Mark wants everyone to succeed around him. He wants to help them pursue their passion which in return allows the industry to be more successful. Anybody that’s passionate about something knows that when you love something so much you want to share that with others, he wants everyone to succeed and pushes them to be better. In return, he asks a lot of people. He pushes people to find strength that they weren’t tapping into and therefore helps people grow in incredible ways. He would give anything to help anyone. He is very selfless. He wants to pass on his passion to others. Being a professor allows him to do this. Working with young adults is so important to him. He wants to help guide them, he loves talking with them and hearing their ideas and brainstorming. Although Mark has lots of years of experience he still wants to hear what others have to say. He knows in order to grow you can’t be one minded, that you must listen to other people’s ideas and although some of these kids are 20 years old he still listens intently to what they have to say. He knows that in order to grow you can’t stop listening and learning from others around you. I have never met someone that goes as hard as Mark. The

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ark has known nothing other than the livestock industry. He’s been raised in it and has breathed every waking moment in it. Growing up with Dan Hoge has allowed him to learn from thee very best and to see for many years firsthand how incredible this industry is. He’s tagged along to livestock judging events at Black Hawk East College for as long as he can remember allowing him to be raised right alongside amazing, influential livestock leaders. All of the moments in his life revolve around raising and evaluating livestock. If you were to ask him he doesn’t remember any moments without livestock. In fact his greatest fear is not being around livestock. In addition to growing up learning how to evaluate livestock, he was able to raise livestock on his grandparents family farm in Walnut, Illinois. They raised every species there was and of course showed them too! The family spared nothing to make sure Mark was able be raised around all types of species. They never limited him in anything he did creating a person who is driven for the industry and knows no limitations for what is possible.

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only person that could really understand his lifestyle would be his family. And really his children don’t even know how hard he goes because they think this is the norm. I’ll never forget when we were building a barn Carter and Nolan couldn’t understand why the people weren’t working on Saturday and Sunday. It was unimaginable, out of reality to them that somebody was not working on a perfectly good day. I had to explain that most people don’t work Saturday and Sunday, they had never heard or witnessed such a thing and were taken back by this unthinkable concept.

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Most things he does in one day people do over the course of a month. We can be going to two Junior nationals in two different species across the states, farrowing hogs at home, on top of judging a show because it is near the junior national, writing a reference letter, purchasing a plane ticket for a trip that occurs three days from the day and making it to a baseball game real quick. I don’t make this stuff up. Most people would say no, that’s too much going on, but Mark doesn’t know how to say no. He is without a doubt a living example of how to live every single moment to the fullest. That no minute can be wasted. That no minute can be sitting down. That no minute can be mediocre. That digging deep when you have nothing left to give is the only way to live. We aren't well rested people. The thing that pains me the most is that people don’t think Mark has a plan for tomorrow or why he can't discuss his next week’s schedule. The problem is he can’t talk about tomorrow because his today plans don’t allow him to give tomorrow a thought. He has too much going on in one day that his schedule doesn’t allow him to think about anything but the exact moment he is currently in... and isn’t that the goal of life? To live in the moment. He does! He doesn’t waste one minute of the day. He goes hard every single minute of the day. Mark’s family is to be credited for this trait. They never limited Mark on what he could do. They pushed him and allowed him to do anything and everything he wanted to. If Mark believes with his heart that it’s a good step in the right direction, despite all of the difficulty that might come by taking that step, he’s taking it. No doubt. And let me tell you what I’ve been with him through all of his steps and I’ve never seen him going in the wrong direction. When I think he can’t do it, that it’s too much, he proves me wrong every single time. He always comes out on top. His goals for family and the industry are simple and the same. Be better. Do more. This industry is so important to him. It’s what raised him. It’s what’s raising his family. It's what he wants so badly for other families too. It’s his mission to make sure that as an industry and an individual person, we continue to make progress and we don’t become stagnant. Whenever you talk to him that’s what

he wants to discuss making genetic progress. He wants to make sure that we aren’t influenced by trends and that the decisions we make are sound and just and that we are fair and kind and loyal to one another. He believes in picking the best one. His ability to see things is staggering. The way he can think about the decisions of choosing an animal and breeding and raising and feeding hogs is mind blowing. It is every part of who he is and what sets him apart is he is willing to share this with others. There are many times I would like him to be at home with us, that would be so much easier, that would be better for me, but that wouldn’t allow him to share with others. I know that in order to be impactful you have to be able to share your gift with others and I’m lucky to have someone that is so worthy of sharing. He enjoys doing things that people say cannot be done and will not be stopped by norms or boundaries. He will stop at nothing to positively impact the livestock industry. The scary thing is, I know he has so much more to give and there just doesn't happen to be any more seconds left in the day that allows him to give any more than what he already is giving. We are a family that doesn’t ever talk about our successes, ever. The goal has never been about winning a show, our goal is to raise unbelievably, industry-changing livestock that we believe in and working incredibly hard and when you have those two goals at the front of everything you do, sometimes winning comes with it. •


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Kent Habeger March 2009

Mike Hartman May 2012

Bob May March 2011

James & Nick Sullivan July 2012

Jim Williams July 2009

Schnoor Sisters May 2011

Dave Guyer September 2012

Wayne Colette September 2009

Dan Hoge August 2011

Bo Sanders November 2012

Steve Bonham January 2010

American Royal October 2011

Jack Ward January 2013

Christy Collins March 2010

Bauman Family November 2011

Caldwell Family March 2013

Mark Sneed January 2012

Willoughby Family March 2013

Matt Lautner March 2012

Winegardner Family May 2013

Ky Stierwalt March 2009

Kirk Stierwalt July 2010

Randy Daniel September 2010

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Ron & Becky Thompson July 2013

Pearl Walthall May 2014

Faber Family September 2013

Brock May July 2014

Eugene Ritchey November 2013

Deb Vorthmann September 2014

Don Greiman September 2015

Robert Funk January 2014

Cherry Knoll Farm November 2014

John & Jeannie Griswold July 2015

Scott Schaake January 2014

Tracy Goretska January 2015

Jensen Family January 2016

Mark & Deb Core March 2014

Brandon Callis March 2015

Horn Family March 2016

Kyla Copeland May 2015

Stewart Family May 2016

Baylor Bonham July 2015

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Gib Yardley March 2014

Nick Reimann May 2014

Jason Hoffman May 2015

Kendall Bremer July 2016


Maddy Udell July 2016

Aegerter Family March 2018

Jerrod Arthur July 2016

Amy Cowan May 2017

Chadwick Folger May 2018

Cindy Cagwin-Johnston September 2016

Wade Rodgers August 2017

Walker Family May 2018

Alan Miller November 2016

Smith Family August 2017

Sara Sullivan August 2018

Steve Gabel January 2017

Shane Bedwell September 2017

Dave Duello August 2018

Travis and Jill Otterstad January 2017

Stephanie Steck November 2017

Pembrook Cattle Co. September 2018

Terri Barber March 2017

Charles W. Herbster November 2017

Becca Moore September 2018

Loren & Maureen Broad March 2017

Mikala Grady January 2018

Jack Ragsdale November 2018

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Allan Family January 2019

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ď&#x192;&#x2019; Each issue of The Showtimes Magazine we induct new Hall of Fame members! These individuals are industry leaders. From showmen, breeders, business owners and judges, to an announcer, auctioneer and livestock show, the Hall of Fame represents excellence. It is a group of individuals that make a difference in our industry. We have had an overwhelming response to our Hall of Fame since it was started in March 2009! We always welcome nominations for our Hall of Fame. If you would like to nominate someone for our Hall of Fame, please email us at theshowtimes@yahoo.com.

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Top 10 Teams #

Team

Total

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Butler Community College

4,652

2

Lakeland College

4,637

3

Illinois Central College

4,627

4

Norhtern Oklahoma

4,594

5

Conners State

4,592

6

Blinn College

4,592

7

Black Hawk East

4,585

8

South Plains College

4,577

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Fort Scott Community College

4,562

10 Northeastern Oklahoma

4,549

Location: Denver, CO

Top 10 Individuals #

Contestant

Team

Total

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Micah Smock

Lake Land College

949

2

Rhett Pursley

Eastern Oklahoma State

948

3

Skyler Scotten

Butler Community College

947

4

Justin Slabaugh

Black Hawk East

945

5

Austin Garner

Illinois Central College

944

6

Trace Mulligan

Hutchinson Community College

942

Kylee Meyers

Black Hawk East

942

Tyler Bush

Hutchinson Community College

941

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Shyann McWhirter

Connors State College

938

Lake Land College

937

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CADE HIBDON TALKS ABOUT HIS REWARDING SUCCESS IN DENVER.

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ello, my name is Cade Hibdon. I grew up in Princeton, Kansas on a commercial cow/calf ranch with my parents Darren and Julie Hibdon and my younger brother Chad. I am currently a junior at Kansas State University majoring in Animal Science with a Business Option. I received my Associate’s degree from Butler Community College and was a member of the 2018 Livestock Judging Team of the year. For my brother and I we were involved in the livestock business from Day 1. We grew up showing cattle, hogs, sheep and goats from the county level to as well as many national shows around the country.

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You can say my parents were the ones who got me hooked on judging at the age of 7 and I have never looked back once. Judging runs very deep in my family. My dad was on the livestock judging team at Fort Scott Community College and then transferred to Kansas State where he was also on the Wool Judging Team. My mom was on the Meats Judging team at Kansas State. And my aunt and uncle were as well on many livestock judging teams in college. So it was only natural for my brother and I to judge. There are several people I owe thanks to over the years helping me get to where I am today. Firstly I have to

thank my parents for allowing me to attend several shows over the years and multiple judging events and always pushing me to do better each time. My parents allowing us to show such a wide variety of livestock and be involved in so many agricultural opportunities I think really shaped us boys into well rounded better evaluators. I also need to thank my coaches at Butler Community College. Marcus Arnold and Taylor Frank both really shaped me into a better stock person as well as a greater individual. Winning Denver was a rewarding success that I won’t ever forget. I was very fortunate to have had a very successful career at

Butler Community College winning 5 contests and being recognized as an All-American in junior college judging. I had told myself so many times that this run in Senior College is it. All those years of judging and evaluating were all riding on this year and I sure wanted to make it count. I am a part of an awesome team here at Kansas State with a great depth of quality and an awesome pair of coaches in Chris Mullinix and Payton Dahmer. As much as I am excited about winning Denver I know that our goal as a team is that final contest in November and how good we can make ourselves as we build for that last contest. After graduating I would like to be involved in the beef cattle industry. My dream job is cattle procurement in order buying stocker cattle for producers. I would also personally like to build my own cow herd from where it is today. I have several Charolais cows and I am starting to become more aggressive in keeping back replacement heifers. I would like to take this string of replacements and build them up to a group of cows that can one day allow me to ranch full-time. But most importantly I want to settle in a small ranching community and be a part of several youth programs and be able to give back to these organizations that have done so much for me over the years and helped shaped me into the person I am today. •


Western Illinois University

Top 10 Teams #

Team

Total

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Western Illinois University

4,683

2

Kansas State University

4,681

3

Oklahoma State University

4,680

4

University of Wyoming

4,636

5

Texas Tech University

4,610

6

Texas A&M University

4,610

7

Iowa State University

4,551

8

University of Arkansas

4,537

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South Dakota State University

4,516

10 California State University, Chico

4,507

Top 10 Individuals #

Contestant

Team

Total

1

Cade Hibdon

Kansas State University

959

2

Adrian Austin

Kansas State University

951

3

Kylie Patterson

Oklahoma State University

950

4

Dylan Enyart

Oklahoma State University

950

5

Logan Despain

University of Wyoming

945

Austin Walter

Texas Tech University

943

Morgan Carrick

Western Illinois University

942

8

Drew Lamie

Western Illinois University

941

9

Shanan Davey

University of Wyoming

941

10 Shyann Mattes

Texas A&M University

937

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Team

Total

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Oklahoma State University

4,722

2

Texas A&M University

4,652

3

Texas Tech University

4,628

4

University of Arkansas

4,606

5

Kansas State University

4,551

6

Colorado State University

4,513

7

Tarleton State University

4,251

8

Oklahoma Panhandle State University

2,429

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Sam Houston State University

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Oklahoma State University

Top 2 Reasons / Individuals #

Contestant

Team

Total

1

Kylie Patterson

Oklahoma State University

374

2

Travis Bonner

Texas A&M University

373

Top 10 Individuals #

Contestant

Team

Total

1

Austyn Fuss

Oklahoma State University

955

2

Daniel Young

Texas Tech University

947

3

Logan Corbett

Oklahoma State University

944

4

Kylie Patterson

Oklahoma State University

943

5

Dylan Enyart

Oklahoma State University

940

6

Chase Ratliff

Oklahoma State University

940

7

Benjamin Porter

Texas A&M University

939

8

Abby Taylor

University of Arkansas

938

9

Travis Bonner

Texas A&M University

935

Kansas State University

934

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Connors State College

Top 10 Teams #

Team

Total

1

Connors State College

3,747

2

Northern Oklahoma College

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Butler Community College

3,706

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Hutchinson Community College

3,700

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Clarendon College

3,693

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Redlands Community College

3,660

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Blinn College

3,652

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Eastern Oklahoma State College

3,611

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Frank Phillips College

3,489

10 Seminole State College

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Braeton Kimble

Connors State College

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Skyler Scotten

Butler Community College

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Contestant

Team

Total

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SJ French

Butler Community College

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Breyden Codding

Northern Oklahoma College

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Will Shelby

Connors State College

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Kam Childers

Northern Oklahoma College

940

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Chelsea Richison

Northern Oklahoma College

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Braeton Kimble

Connors State College

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7

Tierani Johnson

Connors State College

938

8

Matthew Chaney

Hutchinson Community College

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Kyler Tice

Clarendon College

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Clarendon College

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10 Jasper King

O V E R A L L

SJ French

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Top 10 Individuals: Beef

Top Individuals : Beef

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Contestant

Team

Total

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Daniel Young

Texas Tech University

333

2

Abby Taylor

University of Arkansas

332

3

Austyn Fuss

Oklahoma State University

330

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Cade Hibdon

Kansas State University

330

5

Loren Benedict

Texas A&M University

329

6

Dylan Enyart

Oklahoma State University

328

7

Taylor Perryman

Texas Tech University

328

8

Austin Reitzenstein

Oklahoma State University

327

9

Savannah Millburn

10 Bailey Samper

Colorado State University

327

Texas Tech University

327

Top 10 Individuals: Swine

Top Individuals : Swine

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Contestant

Team

Total

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Austyn Fuss

Oklahoma State University

242

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Kylie Patterson

Oklahoma State University

240

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Jaci Burgin

Texas A&M University

239

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Logan Corbett

Oklahoma State University

239

5

Chase Ratliff

Oklahoma State University

239

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Benjamin Porter

Texas A&M University

238

7

Eli Nielsen

Texas A&M University

238

8

Shyann Mattes

Texas A&M University

237

9

Taylor Perryman

Texas Tech University

237

Texas Tech University

235

10 Daniel Young

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Contestant

Team

Total

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Logan Corbett

Oklahoma State University

290

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Travis Bonner

Texas A&M University

287

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Austyn Fuss

Oklahoma State University

286

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Chase Ratliff

Oklahoma State University

286

5

Cooper Carlisle

Kansas State University

285

6

Daniel Young

Texas Tech University

285

7

Kylie Patterson

Oklahoma State University

284

8

Dylan Enyart

Oklahoma State University

284

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Eli Nielsen

Texas A&M University

284

10 Benjamin Porter

Texas A&M University

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Top 10 Individuals: Beef #

Contestant

Team

Total

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Will Shelby

Connors State College

336

2

Matthew Chaney

Hutchinson Community College

334

3

Grady Hammer

Hutchinson Community College

330

4

Austin Vieselmeyer

Butler Community College

330

5

Breyden Codding

Northern Oklahoma College

329

6

Chisum Grund

Hutchinson Community College

327

7

Tierani Johnson

Connors State College

327

8

Braeton Kimble

Connors State College

326

9

Kam Childers

10 Noah Miller

Northern Oklahoma College

325

Blinn College

325

Top Individuals : Beef

Top 10 Individuals: Swine #

Contestant

Team

Total

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Jasper King

Clarendon College

244

2

Sj French

Butler Community College

243

3

Braeton Kimble

Connors State College

242

4

Tierani Johnson

Connors State College

239

5

Kyler Tice

Clarendon College

239

6

Shyann Mcwhirter

Connors State College

238

7

Codi Lamb

Eastern Oklahoma State College 238

8

Breyden Codding

Northern Oklahoma College

237

9

Evan Witte

Butler Community College

237

Clarendon College

236

10 Reed Sultemeier

Top Individuals : Swine

Top 10 Individuals: Sheep/Goat Contestant

Team

Total

1

Kam Childers

Northern Oklahoma College

289

7

Baylee Etheridge

Clarendon College

284

8

Kyler Tice

Clarendon College

283

9

Codi Lamb

Eastern Oklahoma State College 283

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Redlands Community College

339

2

Sj French

Butler Community College

288

3

Tyler Bush

Hutchinson Community College

288

4

Tanner Hoffman

Redlands Community College

287

5

Breyden Codding

Northern Oklahoma College

285

6

Will Shelby

Connors State College

284

10 Kaleb Selman

282

Top Individuals : Sheep/Goat


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HIGH TEAM M E M B E R S

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A Special thanks to Lautner Farms and Korky Wise for purchasing One-Half interest in Icon…

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802F HOW DO YOU BEGIN TO EXPLIAN SOMETHING THAT UNTIL NOW YOU HAVE ONLY IMAGINED!!! This is how strongly we feel about this great young bull. The pictures are awesome, the video is great and even more reveling but when you see him in real life…HE IS CAPTIVATING. Icon, took Denver 2019 by storm being described by many as “The most complete, highest quality multipurpose Sire to come on the scene in A LONG TIME…MABE EVER. He is a breath of fresh air… A Three Quarter Maine with as much balance, smoothness, structural quality, mobility and profile as you will find in a stout made, square built, heavy muscled, clean designed, up headed, perfect footed, clean jointed, good haired baldy of any breed or cross. He is from the first calf crop out of BOE Epic. The first 10 Epic daughters sold this Fall at Buck Cattle Company averaged $34,610 with two head over the $100,000 mark. Icon is backed a proven maternal Maine Anjou pedigree that is hard to beat…The first six cows on the bottom side of his pedigree are ALL GREAT FEMALES dating back to the 1990 National Champion Maine, Sweet Cheeks. We feel like he is sure to be the NEXT GO TO SIRE to generate those highly sought after High Maine, Maintianer and Maine-Angus show heifers. As important, his contribution to the club calf and composite female industry will be dramatic…And he will sire show steers as well.

the first semen will be sold online when available. semen can be purchased from the owners and major distributors DUELLO CATTLE CO. 307.220.3645

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ICON is a Three Quarter Maine Anjou sired by BOE EPIC. Out of a Dam by No Worries x BKRI Trendsetter x Tyson x Jazz x Magic x Sweet Cheecks Born 3/2/18 – BW 92 – SC 41cm – THF, PHAF, DSF

“Icon is the most near perfect bovine that I have ever been associated with”… A REAL GAME CHANGER

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MaineTainer by Epic

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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019

1:00 P.M. | at the Ranch, Madill, OK

SELLING 70 HEAD

Maine-Anjou, MaineTainer, Horned Hereford, Polled Hereford, Charolais, Angus, Chianina and Commercial show prospects. Females were born July through November 2018.

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WHEN YOU THINK CHAROLAIS, THINK GRAND HILLS.

Interview LANCE PFEIFF + ZACH GODDE

The individuals behind the cattle at Grand Hills are owners

Curt Richardson and Lance Pfeiff. Richardson, a successful entrepreneur and businessman, is most widely known as the Founder and Chairman of Otter Products LLC. He moved to Fort Collins, Colorado right out of high school. In 1998, he decided that he wanted to make a product of his own and developed the OtterBox dry box – used by outdoors men to keep valuables dry. Less than ten years later, in 2007, he premiered the OtterBox phone case. A product that is widely known and used across the globe to this day. Pfeiff, a Colorado native, has always had a passion for agriculture and finance. His family raised commercial cattle down in Olney Springs, Colorado. He graduated in 2009 from Colorado State University with degrees in Accounting, Animal Science and Ag Business. After a

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ig things are brewing in the pastures of Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming for the Charolais breed. Grand Hills Cattle “broke ground” in 2016 with the purchase of their first purebred Charolais. Over the past few years, they have invested in some of the top genetics and laid the building blocks to take the industry by storm.

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When the opportunity presented itself in 2016 to purchase a ranch in Laramie, Wyoming, Richardson and Pfeiff jumped on it. With their combination of passions for cattle, developing and building things of the highest quality, Grand Hills Cattle was established. The two put together a plan, did research and settled on the Charolais breed as where they wanted to place their focus. They found the breed to have the most potential to progress and be versatile. They can use the same cow and breed her three different ways to produce commercial bulls, show heifers and steers.

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The Showtimes had the pleasure of sitting down with Lance and Grand Hillsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; herdsman, Zach Godde, this February at their barn in Eaton, Colorado. Their fire to advance not only their own operation, but the Charolais industry as a whole was obvious. They recognize the quality and heritage of the Charolais breed. At the same token, they are working every day and with every breeding to stay true to the commercial cattleman while pushing the breed to the next level. The cattle industry has seen dynamic growth in breeds such as the Herefords and Red Angus. It is the goal and main focus of Grand Hills Cattle to be on the forefront of the wave for the Charolais Breed.


Grand Hills Cattle’s debut has been nothing short of amazing. They have worked closely with Jerrod Arthur and Lucky Strike Cattle where they have landed titles such as the National Champion Charolais Female at the 2018 Denver, the National Champion Charolais Female at the 2018 NAILE, and the Reserve National Champion Charolais Female at the 2019 Denver. One of their top donors currently is M&M Ms Carbine 1567 PLD (owned with Effling & Thomas Ranch). Carbine’s first calf, M&M Outsider 4003 PLD, is the reigning show sire of the year. Donors such as these are the base for their operation. Producing cattle that are sound and functional is a priority. Whether you are looking for your next nationally competitive purebred or composite show heifer or your next commercial herd bull, Grand Hills Cattle should be a goto source. They are hosting their inaugural Charolais with Altitude Bull Sale on April 29th in Laramie, Wyoming. Be sure to mark you calendars and stay tuned for more information about their offering!

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When you find the balance of satisfying both the commercial cattlemen and the elite showmen, you find something truly special. Grand Hills Cattle is well on their way to leaving a lasting mark on the Charolais industry. “Our goal,” Pfeiff stated, “is when people think of Charolais, they think of Grand Hills.” •

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FALL-BORN HEREFORD SHOW HEIFER & DONOR PROSPECTS Our top fall-born heifers sell…horned & polled

SEMEN & TOP EMBRYO MATINGS

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This sale will include the first Belle Air sexed female semen Barber Ranch has offered!

Selling April 12th only on

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His semen sells April 12th.

Text BARBER to 52182 for mobile bidding, or to access the auction, visit barberranch.com or smartauctions.co

Closes horse race style at 6 p.m. CDT.

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Dam sells with Final 4 bull calf at side & bred to Knighted Man

DONOR SELLS HD Lakota Rose 112 ET – Bred to Byland Global Direct daughter of the great Desert Rose!

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WOULD YOU RATHER

Garrett Blanchard I am the 3rd generation of a family owned and operated ranch, Silveira Bros., where we raise registered Angus and also grow almonds here in Central California. I am the show and sale cattle manager. We have about 350 head and also host a bull, female, and 2 internet sales each year. I absolutely love what I do being able to travel all across the country showing and selling high quality Angus females.

Even though I deal with females most of the time I absolutely love showing bulls. There is nothing cooler than having a good big bull in the string!

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EASY! Tacos all day living where I do!?! We eat tacos at least 3-4 times a week! Fly if I can. I drive so much going to shows all over the country it gets old driving after a while. Especially when you live as far out as we do!

Tops for sure. I probably can’t hang with these kids doing legs anymore. The talent is getting really deep now a days! I’ll stick to what I’m good at!

THAT

THE SHOW + SALE CATTLE MANAGER FOR SILVEIRA BROS.,GIVES US HIS PREFERENCES. BULL

HEIFER

TACOS

BURGERS

WINTER SHOW

SUMMER SHOW

FLY

DRIVE

MORNING

NIGHT

RAP

COUNTRY

TOPS

LEGS

CALL

TEXT

MOUNTAINS

BEACH

CALVING

SHOWING

I don’t go to either one very often, but if I had to choose, I guess mountains!

I know most people would choose winter shows because that’s when their cows are all fluffy, but not this guy! It takes another level of talent to win at summer shows when everything is a lot less hairy and I love a good challenge!

I am a night owl for sure! I think every show should start at 10am!

I can’t multitask as well when I’m on the phone. I prefer texting

Showing!! I’ll be the first one to admit I am not a real cowboy! But I still do it when necessary.

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SPECIAL FEATURE

BY: TYLER CAMPBELL, IA

FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CATTLE!

My family has raised cattle many

years making me a 5th generation producer. But my interest for the show ring came from my father, who like me started showing a younger age yet and continued his involvement into his young adult age, clipping, raising cattle and trading show steers. I now am the sole owner/operator of Tyler Campbell Cattle. A growing operation that is focused on quality cattle and customer care. I Enjoy being diverse in what I sell, steer, market heifers, bred females etc. “As long as they are good”. But have found a niche in selling higher end show females. Females we try to highlight and offer to everyone in “Brand Builders” Female Sale in

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aised in southern Iowa, an area rich in show cattle tradition and history. I was exposed to some of the very best cattle, cattle jocks and producers in the country. Guys who you know there name well and some who you have never heard of but helped shape and influence the industry today. All of which I watched, learned from and wanted to be like.

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the Fall. I absolutely love an attractive show female but also want those females to be maternal and practical enough to produce for my customers. It’s a goal to have my customers win in the ring but get a return on their investment. I sell all ranges of cattle from county level on to the top end. And have been fortunate enough for my cattle and customers to have won at the highest levels. Many state and National winners. TC cattle has recently entered into a new area of the industry, the “Promo” Bull business with a bull we raised, percentage Simmental Outspoken and a bull I purchased 801 (Daddy’s Money x Slugger/Irish Whiskey). 801 made his appearance in the yards in Denver and the response was incredible. Top producers and respected cattlemen loved him. 801 is unique and is the whole package. “Its very hard to pick a hole in him”. Great necked and shouldered, still with great width and muscle. Real big feet, bone and moves just how you want one to. Just extremely well built. My opinion and others is that 801 will raise great cattle especially females. Both bulls are very high quality and possess the traits that are important to me and other in the business. And would be excellent choices in your breeding decisions this Spring. I love this business and really really good cattle, but just as much, I enjoy the people. With the exception of a few, this business is filled with great people. Family, friends and cattle jocks willing to help a kid, have led to this being a career for me. I am so thankful to those who helped along the way. I have a broad network of friends and colleagues all over this country that I am constantly learning from, calling on to help solve problems or bounce ideas off of. If I had to give any advice to anyone coming up in the business. Go work for someone, watch, listen and learn. I started with nothing and built something by just watching, asking questions and working hard. You can as well. Surround yourself with honest, successful people who have the same drive as you. Be prepared for major highs and lows. And always be learning something new. •


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BY: BOB & JENNIFER BRUNS, TX

LIVING THE WAY GOD WANTS US TO LIVE. e recently made our annual trip to South Dakota to look at fall born calves. Over the four days we were there, we probably saw around a thousand calves. Every year the goal is to cut back on the number of calves we buy and improve the quality, which forces us to get pretty critical. Some may be built good but have something we just don’t like about them, like a rat tail, the wrong sire, or a bad attitude. When we shop for Herefords, we have to look close at their white to make sure we think they’ll be able to class in Texas. All of this critical judgment got me thinking, that I sure am glad no matter what we are made of or what we have done, God still loves each and every one of us. God gives us all the opportunity to make the cut into His kingdom, we just have to accept Him into our hearts and repent of our sins to get there.

says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.’ 7 I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.”

In the parable of the lost sheep, Luke 15:1-7 teaches us, “Now the tax collectors and sinners were all gathering around to hear Jesus. 2 But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, “This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.” 3 Then Jesus told them this parable: 4 “Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? 5 And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders 6 and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and

When you really stop and think about the fact that each one of us was created to be unique in our own special way, and how much God loves us for being that unique individual, we should all feel special. We are all good enough for God to love us. We are good enough to make the cut. We just have to surrender to Him, let Him in to our hearts, repent of our sins and live in the way that He wants us to live. •

This teaches us that God’s love for each one of us is so great that He is willing to seek us out as an individual until we are found. If we are wandering lost, He wants to find us, protect us, and make us one of His own. He wants us to accept His love, repent of our sins, and become part of His family.

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Ephesians 2:8-10 explains, “8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— 9 not by works, so that no one can boast. 10 For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

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he producers, exhibitors and entreprenuers of the livestock industry captured in this issue should leave you with a simple, wow. There are so many big things happening right now in agriculture. People are really pushing it to the next level in terms of genetics, skills and innovations. It it is a blessing for my family and I to be a part of it with The Showtimes.

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With that being said, it is our goal to carry this wow factor throughout the rest of 2019! Next up on our I Am Showtimes Tour is The Blackout Jackpot 7. We really turned up the amps for the Most Electrifying Show of the Year! Following that, we will be full speed ahead into our May/ June 2019 Junior National Edition and Summer Shows. Stay tuned for coverage like never before!

Before wrapping up this issue, I want to take the time to personally thank everyone we have the pleasure of working with and marketing for for everything you do and all the sacrifices you make in order to better this industry. This Winter has been tough weather wise for people all the way from the North to the South. There are a small percentage of people in the World today who have what it takes to keep things going in such tough elements. You all are amazing! Let me leave you with this, if the rest of the year follows suit with shows like Fort Worth and sales like that have been happening across the country recently, we are going to have to find a stronger word than wow to describe what is happening in the livestock world. Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rock this thing! â&#x20AC;˘

If you are interested in advertising in the May/June issue, be sure to contact us by May 1st!

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We would like to thank everyone who helps distribute and promote The Showtimes Magazine to shows, sales and events across the country!

A Special Thanks to: Sullivan Supply, IA/TX/CA Bob & Virginia Beebe, CO The Farmer Family, IN Cindy Cagwin-Johnston, IL Mason and Whitney Walker, AR Joe Sullivan, IA Twisted Stitch, KS Bob and Jennifer Bruns, TX Jason Simpson, CO Bo Sanders, OK Opie Campbell, OH Joseph Lolli, MO Burt and Shirley Derryberry, OK Bob May, WI Bobby & Mandi Maddox, TX Zack Eatherton, WA Gerald Green, MI The Winegardner Family, OH Larry Wilson, TX Lindsey Broek, MO Dustin Johnson, IN Janie Suddeth, WI Bill Angel, NE Loren Broad, CO Amy Cowan, MO Bailey Clanton, MO We would also like to thank the numerous other livestock shows, jackpots and families that help distribute The Showtimes Magazine all year long!


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Eastern Regional Junior Show .....300 Eclipse .............................................395 Egg Hunt Sale...................................28 Electric Cleaner Company ...........363 Elmore Cattle Services ..........344,345 Emmett ...........................................402 Empire ............................................325 Empire State Classic......................282

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Dabo....................................................9 Daddy’s Money..................90,400,426 Dakota Gold...................................403 Damn Proud ..................................400 Data Bank ...............................400,426 Detour.............................................400 Distinction .....................................401 Double Bar L Livestock .........344,345 Double Down in Des Moines ......263 Double Hot .....................................BC Double Made......................................9 Drivin 80...........................................84 Duello Cattle Co............................361

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C&C Farms ....................................391 Catamount Showdown .................262 Cattle Visions .........................397-409 CCC WC Resource 417 P...............25 Centerpiece .....................................BC Cimarron Trailers..........................258 CK Cattle ........................................360 Clark Show Cattle..........................369 Class on Class ................................400 Clean Money ....................................71 Clear Vision ...................................391 Code Blue .......................................330 Coffee ..................................................8 Colburn Primo................400,404,405 Comfort Zone ................................400 Conley Express 7211 .......................25 Conrad Stock Farm................434,435 Control Freak.................................401 Cool Calf ........................................346 County O.................................423,427 Cover-All...........310,311,362,380,381 Cowan Cattle Company................369 Cowboy Classic .............................372 Crack the Code..............................434 Custom Made ................................400 CW Cattle Sales ..........................96,97 Cyclone Classic..............................291

High Style .......................................401 HILB Oracle C033R .......................25 Hilbrands Simmentals ..................110 Hoffman Ranch .............................360 Holy Smoker......................75,136,403 Honky Tonk ...................................403 Hoo Made Hoo..............................136 Horn Livestock .......................436,437 Huff ‘n Puff.....................................403 Hybrid ............................................400

Excel ..................................................27 Exclusive Use .................................401 Executive ........................................402 Exit 69 Royal Rumble ...................289 Extra Special .............................77,403 Extreme Natural Stride.................417

M2O2 ................................................81 MAB Sib .........................................403 Maddy Udell ..................................413 Made To Order ................................80

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R Double Clean ...............................87 Rapid Rewards ...............................136 Red Eavle ........................................426 Red Rocky.......................................403 Red Sensation ................................400 Red, White & Roan .......................400 Relentless .........................398,399,402 Revival ............................................407 Risk It For The Biscuit ....................73 Ritchey Livestock ID.....................383 Rito..................................................325 RJ Cattle Co. ...........................398,399 Rock Star.........................................401 Rocket Fuel.....................................403 Rodger That......................................82 Rodgers Bulls ..................Cover,51-94 Roecker Cattle Co. ........................369 Rojas Rioja .....................................400 Royal Grand ...................................135 Rumchata .......................................400 Run for the Roses ..........................403

Savage ...............................................77 SC Showdown ................................285 Schaefer Ventilation ......................343 Schaeffer/Tice Show Cattle ............28 Scheetz Cattle Company...............432 Screenshot ......................................400 Second 2 None...............................401 See No Evil .....................................403 SEK Genetics .................................325 Set Me Free.......................................86 Sherwood Cattle Company..........110 Shocker ...........................................427 Shomax Cattle Co. ........................131 Shorty..............................................403 Show Cattle Connection.................10 Show Center .....................................36 Show Coat Solutions .....................132 Show Photo by Katina ..................382 Show-Rite .......................................433 ShowBloom .................................38,39 ShowTime Cattle Company ...........27 Showtimes Store ............................331 Shut Eye .......................................20,21 Silveiras Style............400,405,425,432 Simplify...........................................400 SimSolutions ..................................402 Sky High .........................................325 Slider ...............................................400 Smoke Leads to Fire......................403 Smokin Bob ............................377,403 Snow Goose ...................................403 Solid Gold ......................................403 Son of a Biscuit ..............................402 Southeast Summer Classic ...........300 S. Ohio Spring Smackdown .........416 S. Oregon Junior Classic...............281 Spring Choices Sale.......................112 Spring Futurity Show ....................290 Spring Kick-Off Showdown .........290 ST Genetics ......................................25 Standridge Cattle...........................347 Starburst .........................................400 State of Mind .................................401 Steck Cattle.........................................7 Strikin Gold ...................................403 Strip Tease ......................................401 Strumming A Shorthorn Tune ....298 Style & Profile ................................401 Sullivan Supply ...............................4,5 Sunglo .............................................138 Supreme Trailer Sales ...................128 Sustainable......................................136

S.O.B................................................402 Safe & Sound ..........................369,401 Sanburg Herefords ........................395 Santana ...........................................325

Testify..............................................400 Texas Limited Edition ...........344,345 Texas Tea .................................136,403 Texas Tech U. Judging Camps .....342

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Quality Counts ................................81 Quantum Leap........................401,402 Quick Release ................................392 Quicksilver .....................................403 Quiet Man...............................400,408

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Oklahoma Beef Expo....................286 On Point ..................................136,425 On The Mark .................................427 One And Only..................................82 One Eyed Jack ................................402 Otterstad Cattle Company............107 Out Kast..........................................403 Outlier.............................................401 Outsider ............................................91 Oxy-Explosion Plus ......................127

Pacific Coast Livestock Show.......280 Pacific Showcase ............................370 Paid In Full .....................................325 Pay The Price..................................402 Pearl’s Pics ......................................413 Pembrook..........100,101,344,345,347 Perfection ................................131,325 Pinnacle Sires .................................435 Pioneer Showdown .......................260 Plain Jan’s........................................394 Prairie Cove Charolais..................305 Prairie View Farms............................3 Primary Candidate........................401 Profile................................................24 Profit Maker ...................................402 Pump Daddy ..................................403 Purina .............................................134 Purple Circle ..................................370 Purple Cobain................................400 PVF Surveillance .............................25

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NAILE.............................................303 Natural Solutions .....................37,417 New Beginning ..............................426 New Day New Deal .........................88 Next Up...........................................400 Night Watch ...................................402 No Free Rides ................................136 No Guts, No Glory ........................401 No Surprise ....................................403 No Worries .............................401,405 North Star Showdown ..................292 Northern Feed & Bean .................346 Northern Made ..................................8 Nowatzke Cattle ............................115

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Majority Rules ...............................325 Make A Wish .................................325 Makin Time ...................................426 Man Among Boys ...........................76 Man of the Year ...............................82 Man’s the Word ..............................401 Masterpiece ....................................136 Matador ..........................................401 Maternal Made .......................400,426 Maternal Perfection ........................85 Matt C. Sims Auction ............344,345 May We All ................................63, 90 McDonald Farms...........................360 McKinley ........................................401 McPherson Co. Show....................296 Meant To Be ......................89,325,402 Michigan Beef Expo......................295 Midwest Mania ..............................301 Miller Family Angus .......................24 Minnaert Show Cattle ..................IFC Minn. Junior Spring Classic.........299 Money Earned ........................422,425 MoorMan’s ShowTec .................30,31 Moxie ..............................................403 Mr. All Day.....................................325 Mr. Misunderstood .........................87 Murphy Trailer Sales.....................396 Musgrave Sky High .......................400


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W-W Livestock Systems ...............317 Wahl ................................................133 Walks Alone .....................................78 Ward Brothers Livestock ..............137 Watchout ........................................397 Weaver Leather Livestock .......29,421 Werning Cattle Company .....398,399 Whiskey 404.......................................9 Whiskey Bent .................................BC White Bear......................................305 Whizard ..................................402,426 Willow Springs Cattle Co. ................6 Witten .............................................400 WIU Hoof N Horn .......................283 WNY Preview Classic...................282 Wynne Cattle .................................107 Wynne In Doubt ........................60,61

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Yasafuku .........................................325 Yellow Jacket ..................................403 Yellowstone ....................................403 Yeti...................................................403

ZBLT Show Calves .......................392

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U Need Me .....................................401 Unfinished Business .....................403 Unleashed .........................................83 Uprising ..........................................402 Uptown Funk .................................403 Utopia Ranch .................................377 UWRF Block & Bridle ..................293

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TH Free MAB ..................................82 The General....................................403 The Judge ........................................402 The Main Event .............................302 The Old West Cedarmill...............370 The Player.......................................402 The Power of Maternal .................424 The Springtime Revival ................390 The Wood .......................................110 Thompson Squared .........................87 Three Aces Cattle Company.........371 Trans Ova Genetics.......................259 Transwest .......................................374 Tree Lane Farms ..............................15 Tres Rios Silver ..............................375 Trump Train ..................................403 Tyler Campbell Cattle ..................410 Tyrion .............................................389

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