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Shorthorn Country january 2018 issue 1 • volume 45

= Features

ASA/ University of Illinois Sire Test Update.................................. 14 NAILE Show Honoree...................................................................... 20 ASA Annual Meeting - Forum and Awards Banquet................... 64

=Show Reports

NAILE Open Shorthorn Show....................................................21-25 NAILE Open ShorthornPlus Show............................................26-28 NAILE Junior Shorthorn Show..................................................56-59 NAILE Junior ShorthornPlus Show...........................................60-62

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=Sale Reports

Greenhorn’s Where Future Generations are Created.................... 72 Kohlstaedt Farms Herd Dispersion................................................. 72 A Maternal Event - Paint Valley Farms & Byland......................... 73

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=Departments

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Shorthorn Update...............................................................8 Association Outlook........................................................10 Beef Business.....................................................................12 Regional Show Schedule..................................................16 Junior Corner....................................................................18 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................62 News & Notes....................................................................70 Sales Calendar...................................................................81 Ad Index............................................................................82

Shorthorn Country

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The January cover was designed by Amy Sampson, Shorthorn Country with photos taken by Cindy Cagwin-Johnston.

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.

=Advertising Representatives Montie Soules, ASA representative Don Cagwin, Durham Management Co. =Subscriptions US: 1 year- $24 • 2 years - $38 • 3 years - $52 1 year First Class - $54/year Canada: 1 year- $60 • 2 years - $110 • 3 years - $130 Other Foreign: 1 year- $120 • 2 years - $220 • 3 years - $300 SHORTHORN COUNTRY (ISSN 0149-9319) Published monthly by the American Shorthorn Association, 7607 NW Prairie View Rd., Platte Woods, MO 64151. Subscription rates are $24.00 for 1 year, $38.00 for 2 years, and $52.00 for 3 years in the U.S.; $60.00 for 1 year, $110.00 for 2 years, and $130.00 for 3 years to Canada and $120.00 for 1 year, $220.00 for 2 years, and $300.00 for 3 years to other foreign countries. Periodicals postage paid at Kansas City, MO and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: send address changes to SHORTHORN COUNTRY, 7607 NW Prairie View Rd., Platte Woods, MO 64151.


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= Shorthorn Update

7607 NW Prairie View Rd. • Kansas City, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 • FAX: 816-599-7782 Montie D. Soules, asa executive secretary/CEO montie@shorthorn.org Matt Woolfolk, director of performance programs, performance data & commercial acceptance • matt@shorthorn.org Heather Lange, director of customaer service, registrations & DNA • heather@shorthorn.org Shelby Rogers, director of youth activities, marketing & communications • shelby@shorthorn.org Emily Velisek, show/membership coordinator & assistant youth activities director • emilyv@shorthorn.org Rochelle Wilson, director of finances • rochelle@shorthorn.org

ASA Board of Directors James Freed, president 405-370-1482 Rick Leone, vice president 719-468-1981 Ed Kruse, executive director 719-252-1084 Tom Turner, 614-499-5248 Robert Alden, 816-632-8509 Nancy Grathwohl-Heter, 785-587-7947 Hugh Mooney, 916-319-0488 Joe Bales, 615-330-2342 Dave Greenhorn, 937-470-6552 Shorthorn Foundation Bill Rasor, president American Junior Shorthorn Association Zach Fanning, president National Shorthorn Lassies Shay Bakenhus, president

ASA Dates of Note

February Feb. 20 Junior Fundraiser- Funding the Future Online Sale January www.showstock.com Jan. 1 ASA Office Closed Feb. 28 Membership becomes delinquent Jan. 1 2018 ASA Membership is due at 11:59pm CT if not paid Jan. 9 Deadline for reduced WHR March assessment fees ($16) March 1 Late fees incur for WHR Jan. 13 NWSS Pen Show Assessment starting March 1 ($25) Jan. 14 NWSS Junior Shorthorn & March 30 ASA Office Closed - Good Friday ShorthornPlus Heifer Show Jan.14 NWSS Open ShorthornPlus Bull April April 10 AJSA Junior Board App. Deadline & Female Show May Jan. 14 “The Summit” National May 1 Junior National Ownership & Shorthorn Sale at the NWSS Entry Deadline Jan. 15 NWSS National Shorthorn Bull May 15 Junior National Late Entry Deadline & Female Show May 24 All data turned in for Fall 2018 Jan. 28 Fort Worth Stock Show - Genetic Evaluation National Shorthorn Show -9am Jan.31-Feb. 2 NCBA Convention and Trade May 28 ASA Office Closed - Memorial Day Show - Phoenix, Ariz.

National Western Schedule (NWSS) - 2018 Wednesday, January 10, 2018 7:00 a.m. Yard cattle begin arriving Thursday, January 11, 2018 9:00 a.m. Begin processing all pen cattle Friday, January 12, 2018 8:00 p.m. Hill cattle begin arriving Saturday, January 13, 2018 8:00-11:00 a.m. Check-in all Junior and Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Hill cattle 9:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show Presentation of Show Honoree - Bakenhus Polled Shorthorns, The Bakenhus Family

Sunday, January 14, 2018 11:00 a.m. Jr Shorthorn & ShothornPlus Heifer Show

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following Open ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Female Show 5:00 p.m. Mile High Summit Shorthorn Social National Western Club 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale - National Western Club Monday, January 15, 2018 11:00 a.m. Open Shorthorn Bull Show following National Shorthorn Female Show Tuesday, January 16, 2018 7:00 a.m. All Yard cattle released 5:00 p.m. All Hill cattle released

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Non-Certificate Bull List In Digital Beef, on the left-hand column, you will find a link that reads Non-Certificate Bulls. On this link, you will find bulls that have all DNA testing done for A.I. Sire qualifications; along with their results. You can also download this list as an excel spreadsheet. For a bull to become non-certificate, ALL DNA requirements for an A.I. Sire must be completed.

Genetic Condition List In Digital Beef, on the left-hand column, you will find a link that reads Genetic Conditions. On this link, you will find every animal in the registry (both bulls and females) that have been tested for DS, TH and PHA; with their status.

A.I. Certificates In order to have A.I. certificates released on a bull, it must be tested as an A.I. Sire. However, if the bull is deceased, the calf can be tested instead.

WHR Breeders WHR Assessments for 2018 were mailed in November. If you have not received yours, please contact the ASA office as soon as possible. 1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2018 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2018.) 2. Included with each assessment is the registration of a calf born to the dam in the year she was assessed (if calf is registered prior to one year of age) and a free transfer of said calf (if recorded within 60 days from the date of the sale.) (i.e. cost to register a calf born in 2018 to an assessed 2018 dam will be $0) ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: November 1 - January 9 $16 January 10 - February 28 $20 March 1 - December 15 $25

2018 NWSS Judges Pen Shows: Steve McGill-Iva, NC Open Shows: Greg Walthall-Windsor, MO Junior Shows: Lydell Meier-Clinton, TN

2018 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference June 26 - July 1 • Madison, Wisconsin

Regular Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Friday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Central Time Zone

2018 International Year Code: F


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= Association Outlook

Shorthorn Stats for 2017

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

Total Paid Membership Up 14% Total Junior Membership Up 19% New Junior Membership Up 13% 2017 WHR Assessments Up 26% Record Breaking 21,000 WHR Paid Assessments 14,832 Total Registrations (Last Fiscal Year) ShorthornPlus = 23.4% of Total Registrations AI Calves = 27% of Total Registrations 61% of ASA Members are WHR Breeders 39% of ASA Members are TOC Breeders 75.9% of All Transfers are Females 24.1% of All Transfers are Bulls

Shorthorn Impact Breed Initiatives Develop Better Shorthorn Cattle (see results in 5 years) Shorthorn Breeders Producing Better Animals Use Extensive Culling Practices Create Sire Test Program (fully operational in 2 years) Identify Cooperator Commercial Test Herds Shorthorn Breeders Contribute Semen for Sire Testing Membership Recognition Develop New Programs to Recognize Members Years of Membership, Shows, Performance and Special Achievements

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he holiday season is behind us as we start a new year. The month of January represents a fresh start in a number of ways. New Year’s resolutions can fade away almost as quickly as they appeared. That being said, I want to challenge you as Shorthorn breeders to accept an ongoing tradition and responsibility to continue to help move our breed forward in the industry. This is a continuous 24/7, 365 days every year commitment. Stand tall and relay the Shorthorn story to the world. You may ask what story? My answer is, tell your own story! After all it’s what you believe so you will be all the more convincing! The 120 breeders who attended the Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet in December were empowered with loads of information during the forum sessions. We learned that by adding a Shorthorn bull into a crossbreeding program, the use of heterosis is worth $150 per cow per year to that commercial breeder, per Dr. Bob Weaber of KSU! This gives commercial breeders a huge reason to use a Shorthorn bull. Also a Shorthorn is perfect for a 3-way cross such as breeding an Angus x Hereford female to a Shorthorn bull; which keeps the cross British and adds additional heterosis and value. The procedure for calculating indexes and ways to use them was addressed, along with detailed information on the $Fescue index. There was an interesting comparison of how performance data and visual phenotype can affect value - one without the other will not maximize value. The question and answer session with an expert panel focusing on heterosis and selecting for carcass traits was a big topic. This drives home the need to pick a target for your genetic selection that will add value to the product. 53 delegates from 28 states, representing 92% of the membership, attended the annual meeting; giving our membership a huge representation. Committee Chairs reported to the membership and new ASA Board Members were elected. The Awards Banquet was a full house. There were 65 breeders who owned 150 Pacer Performance dams and sires that received recognition, 11 Century Club members were honored, one 107 year old membership was recognized, the regional and national show award winners received awards and the Merit, Heritage and Builder of the Breed award winners were announced. This was a big night for the Shorthorn Breed and its members. On Friday afternoon many breeders participated in the BreakOut Sessions hosted by ASA staff. The committee meetings were well received including a number of members who are excited to help plan the 150th anniversary celebration of the ASA in 2022. The first weekend in December has become known as the annual ASA event that is much more than an annual meeting. If you did not attend in 2017, please plan on attending in 2018 and join the large number of Shorthorn enthusiasts who take advantage of this time for breeder fellowship and education while learning more about your association. Your time will be well spent! Happy New Year!! =


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= Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

Moving Forward in 2018 As I sit down to write this, we just wrapped up a very successful American Shorthorn Association annual meeting. I want to thank all the breeders who made the trip to Kansas City, because without your interest and participation in the breakout sessions, committee meetings and the educational forum those events wouldn’t have been as beneficial. While it may have seemed like information overload, the speakers and panel members laid out some excellent thoughts that can help the breed move forward and gain acceptance in the commercial industry. The opportunity for Shorthorns to increase commercial acceptance lies in becoming a piece of the commercial crossbreeding equation. Speakers and panelists echoed this sentiment throughout the forum, presenting figures to support the need for crossbreeding. Dr. Bob Weaber of Kansas State shared a study that determined a crossbred cow produces an additional 600 pounds of lifetime weaning weight over her straightbred counterpart. Douglas Olsen, a rancher from Nebraska, brought data from his own operation demonstrating that his 8-year old crossbred cows produced more pounds of weaning weight than his 11 year old straightbred cows. Eye-opening figures like these make the compelling case for crossbreeding. If a commercial cattleman is raising his own replacement females, there is a place in his program for Shorthorn bulls. As Shorthorn breeders, you already know that the breed is capable of making quality broodcows. There are a lot of commercial cows in this country that could use a shot of

heterosis to boost their production. We are in a business where inputs are high and profit margins are tight, and the chance to improve outputs and bottom lines through crossbreeding with Shorthorns is a great opportunity for your customers. Our industry is becoming increasingly data-driven. All the members of the panel discussion, Dr. Larry Kuehn, Douglas Olsen, and Jeff Gooden, discussed the need and usage of data in the cattle industry. Dr. Kuehn, a geneticist at the USDA Meat Animal Research Center, showed the audience some production data they have collected on Shorthorn cattle over the years. Olsen discussed the data collected in his operation, as well as his partnership with another breed association in a sire test. Gooden has seen the need for data at his various endeavors from selling commercial bulls to managing a purebred operation and now a feedlot and packing plant. At the breed level, collecting data is important to validate the strengths of Shorthorn cattle. Opportunities like the Illinois Sire Test and other potential tests give us real-world information that we can share with cattlemen interested in the Shorthorn breed. As a breeder, collecting data will give you more tools to make selection decisions in your herd, as well as help your customers make their purchasing decisions. However, Dr. Mark Johnson of Oklahoma State University reminded breeders that not all traits can be measured objectively, and we still have to use our eyes to evaluate some economically important traits. All the data in the world won’t help us sell structurally unsound bulls with no eye

appeal. Visual appraisal still matters to commercial cattlemen. As we move forward as a breed, it will be important to continue to pursue new avenues to make our cattle better. Patrick Wall touched on the new $Fescue tool, as well as other traits of interest on the horizon, such as feed intake. It will be exciting to see what traits we identify as new strengths of the Shorthorn in the ever-changing beef industry. Bryce Schumann displayed a slide that read “If you don’t like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less.” As an industry with strong traditions, the thought of changing things can scare some of us (myself included). But it is also a very competitive marketplace, and those who are complacent will be left behind. Montie echoed these sentiments during his State of Shorthorns address at the annual meeting. The theme of the weekend was “Make Shorthorns Great Again”, and I think there is certainly opportunity to make that happen. It will take a team effort between staff and membership to grow our share of the bull market pie. We must embrace our role as an important piece of the commercial crossbreeding equation and utilize the advantages of heterosis in our favor. We must focus on breeding cattle that commercial cattlemen want and providing them with the data they ask for. And we can’t be afraid to adapt when new technologies or developments come along and change how we conduct business. With the high breeder enthusiasm coming out of Kansas City, I think there are a lot of people ready to Make Shorthorns Great Again. =

Non-Certificate Bull List

Genetic Condition List

In Digital Beef, on the left-hand column, you will find a link that reads Non-Certificate Bulls. On this link, you will find bulls that have all DNA testing done for A.I. Sire qualifications; along with their results. You can also download this list as an excel spreadsheet. For a bull to become non-certificate, ALL DNA requirements for an A.I. Sire must be completed.

In Digital Beef, on the left-hand column, you will find a link that reads Genetic Conditions. On this link, you will find every animal in the registry (both bulls and females) that have been tested for DS, TH and PHA; with their status.

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Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

2017 University of Illinois Sire Test Birth/Calving Report - 154 calves born; 151 calves born alive - Calving season: 9/8/17 to 10/4/17 - All calves had a recorded calving ease score of 1 - Average birth weight 86.5 lb - Average gestation length 279.9 days - Approximately 80% calves are black; 10% black with white marks/roan; 10% red Look for further reports on the 2017 U of I Sire Test in a spring issue of Shorthorn Country

2018 University of Illinois Sire Test Selected Bulls The following bulls have been selected as sires for the 2018 University of Illinois Sire Test. By the time this issue reaches mailboxes, these bulls will have been randomly mated to 200 Angus and SimAngus cows in the U of I commercial herd for September 2018 calving dates.

Ash Valley Answer 5720 (AR4225554) • Nominated by Loving Polled Shorthorns, Kansas CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 13 -1.3 55 80 24 51 12 12 15 0.08 0.52 -0.08

$CEZ $BMI $F 41.52 149.03 61.45

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Ash Valley Count 5792 (4228061) • Nominated by Loving Polled Shorthorns, Kansas CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 11 -1.8 39 41 20 40 6 13 -9 0.15 0.43 0.01

$CEZ $BMI $F 41.91 125.09 50.87

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Crooked Post Stockman 4Z (4196667) • Nominated by Crooked Post, Canada CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 13 -1.2 57 66 26 55 8 9 7 0.19 0.05 -0.02

$CEZ $BMI $F 46.12 151.72 54.87

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Leveldale Ringo 337A (4206214) • Nominated by Leveldale Farms, Illinois, and Paint Valley Farms, Ohio CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F $FESCUE 11 0.7 63 84 14 45 2 9 20 -0.22 -0.24 -0.03 36.28 110.15 54.21 56.69

Muridale Thermal Energy (4218103) • Nominated by Bowman Superior Genetics, Indiana , and Gerfen Family Farms, Ohio CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F $FESCUE 10 0.6 67 84 14 47 8 14 20 0.23 0.35 0.00 33.27 142.26 63.14 71.89

Saskvalley Ramrod 155R (4161930) • Nominated by Saskvalley Stock Farm, Canada CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 6 4.8 92 121 -16 30 6 13 47 -0.07 -0.32 -0.03

$CEZ $BMI $F 11.92 109.72 66.80

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SULL Red Reward 9321 (AR48841) • Nominated by Sullivan Farms, Iowa CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 11 -3.2 48 60 28 52 -3 1 1 0.40 0.00 -0.01

$CEZ $BMI $F 39.97 120.72 49.94

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SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET (4223162) • Nominated by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns, Illinois, and Sullivan Farms, Iowa CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 5 0.9 60 79 23 53 -4 2 18 0.19 -0.05 -0.03

$CEZ $BMI $F 16.25 108.70 54.61

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Waukaru Gold Card 1010 (4175359) • Nominated by Keebler Farms, Nebraska CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 15 -1.6 77 106 18 57 -3 11 30 -0.07 0.11 -0.06

$CEZ $BMI $F 45.20 136.93 66.70

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Waukaru Gold Band 5061(4225108) • Nominated by Richardson Farms, Oklahoma CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST CW REA MB FT 7 0.6 72 93 20 56 6 9 25 -0.07 0.46 -0.04

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$CEZ $BMI $F 19.41 144.30 66.98

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= Junior Corner New Year’s Resolution As we enter the New Year people come in with high hopes of things they want to accomplish in the year 2018. Most people have New Year’s Resolutions whether that be working out, eating healthy, or even for some of us college students getting a full 8 hours of sleep every night. While some of these resolutions are more achievable than others, it is important not to get lazy with them as the weeks and months go on. So, developing a plan, sticking to it, and adding some incentives along the way can make following through with those resolutions a lot easier and more achievable. Though, being able to develop and plan for anything is one of the first steps in completing a task at hand. That may be creating your workout plan to fit your schedule or a game plan for the extremely busy show days we have all encountered. Having a ballpark idea of what to expect and get done can make things run so much smoother and cause less confusion, not to mention limiting the room for error. Knowing the right time when to get your heifer fed and in the barn, gets the ball rolling. After that, know-

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ing when to start fitting to give yourself plenty of time to get up to the ring so you don’t miss your class. Developing a plan goes much further than a simple New Year’s Resolution and even the show ring. Being able to develop a plan is a skill that you can use in everyday life. That may be in school while students study for finals, or in your jobs or careers to have a plan on what to get done that week. After that, what is the point of developing a plan if you don’t have the will to stick to it. In this situation, I turn to a quote by Joel A. Barker which states “A vision without action is merely a dream. While an action without vision just passes time. Vision with action can change the world.” It shows us in the first sentence alone that having a plan but no dedication or action with it is a dream, or at that point useless. Most people can dream of success or sticking to their plan, but unless you have action or dedication behind it that plan may never get accomplished. While we are all guilty at one time or another about our action or dedication to

our plan. Having little incentives or victories along the way can reassure you of your plan and get you to follow through. When it comes to eating healthy, we all know the sweets are sometimes too hard to resist. Setting up an incentive to allow yourself one sweet on a Friday or Saturday night is an incentive to work hard and stick to your healthy eating plan all week. A more relatable scenario for us college students might be, I can take a nap after I get my homework done for my math class. Little things like that can make it easier to commit and propel yourself through you plan. All in all, I hope you all crush your New Year’s Resolutions this year and maybe take the things we talked about to heart and implement them in your daily lives. Being able to develop a plan, commit to it, and allow yourself some small victories here and there can make 2018 an amazing year for anyone in your job, in school, or just every day work. Hope to see you all in Madison, WI this year, and from all of us here at AJSA we hope you had an amazing Christmas and a Happy New Year! =

2018 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference June 26 - July 1 • Madison, Wisconsin

Funding the Future Online Sale

February 20, 2018 showstock.com

For more information or to donate, call or email Shelby Rogers 816-437-9209 or shelby@shorthorn.org

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WHR Breeders WHR Assessments for 2018 were mailed in November. If you have not received yours, please contact the ASA office as soon as possible. 1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2018 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2018.) 2. Included with each assessment is the registration of a calf born to the dam in the year she was assessed (if calf is registered prior to one year of age) and a free transfer of said calf (if recorded within 60 days from the date of the sale.) (i.e. cost to register a calf born in 2018 to an assessed 2018 dam will be $0) ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: November 1 - January 9 $16 January 10 - February 28 $20 March 1 - December 15 $25

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North American International Livestock Exposition

2017 North American International Livestock Exposition

L O U I Shorthorn Show Honoree S V I L L E

2017

Shorthorn enthusiasts made the iconic walk onto the green shavings at North American International Livestock Exposition in November. Breeders had come from near and far to exhibit their best animals at the National Show for Shorthorns. This year, from November 11th through the 13th, 437 head of Shorthorn cattle stepped into the ring to compete for the highest honors in the breed. Thanks to each and every one of you, it was another outstanding year as the Shorthorn show continues to grow!

The Doug Schrag Family in Louisville, Ky, receiving the Show Honoree award.

The 2017 North American International Livestock Exposition Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show honoree was Doug Schrag from Marion, South Dakota. Doug was a third generation Shorthorn breeder following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps. In an operation that has spanned over 100 years, there have been many milestones that have had major impact on the Schrag herd and the Shorthorn breed. Herd sire selection was the highest priority to Doug, through the 60’s and 70’s several herd sires 20

were imported from Canada from the Kenebar program. In 1994, Doug was instrumental in importing Dunbeacon Venture from Australia. This was the first importation of a live Shorthorn bull to North America in over 30 years. Cow families were also a major focus to the operation. Over the years cow families such as Marion’s Delight, Jealousy Par, Revival, and the famed Augusta Pride family originated and were propagated at Schrag Shorthorns. In 1966, Doug and his father Paul started an annual bull sale, marketing

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bulls to commercial and seed stock producers across the country. In 1987, the first production sale “Impact for the eighties” featuring progeny from AF Dividend’s Impact was started. AF Dividend’s Impact lead the ASA in number of registrations, weaning and yearling EPD performance and received several sire of the year honors through the eighties and early nineties. Doug was honored as builder of the breed in 1988. He also served several terms on the American Polled Society board of directors and 2 terms on the National board of directors. His son Cory and wife Melissa, along with their two children Sammi and Jaxon currently manage the operation. Both kids are very active in the operation and the Shorthorn breed. Sammi is currently a member of the AJSA board of directors and Jaxon can be found at the chutes on show day. Doug credited much of his success from strong family support. His wife Candace and daughter Tammy, her two children Ashlyn and Tyce, along with Doug’s two sisters Judy and Mary and brother-in-law Jim are in attendance representing the entire Schrag family. Doug left us way to soon, but the legacy and passion for the Shorthorn breed will survive for generations to follow. If Doug were here today he would no doubt like to thank the many dear friends and fellow breeders who worked so hard together to make the breed what it is today. Congratulations to the Schrag family of Marion, SD for being selected as this year’s show honoree. =


Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show Open Purebred Show :: Judge: Jack Ward, Plattsburg, Mo. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Senior Champion Female, honors went to SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

On Monday November 13, 2017, Shorthorn exhibitors stepped onto the green shavings at the NAILE in Louisville, Kentucky. Judge Jack Ward of Plattsburg, Mo., evaluated the purebred show with 39 bulls and 147 females. Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Senior Champion Bull honors went to SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET, owned by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns

of Middletown, Ill. and Sullivan Farms of Dunlap, Iowa. CSSTARCATCHER CS815C was named Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Senior Reserve Champion Bull, owned by Cheyenne Starman of Camp Point, Ill.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Senior Champion Female, honors went to SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET, owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa.

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L O U I S V I L L E

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Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Senior Champion Bull, was awarded to SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET, owned by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns, Middletown, Ill. and Sullivan Farms, Dunlap, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Junior Heifer Calf Champion was CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET, owned by Cornerstone Farms of Winchester, Ind. Division Winners: Purebred Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion SamanthaRose Big John 03E, Gavin D Bunnell, Antigo, Wisc. Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Powell PayDay Rome, Danny & Bradyn Powell, New London, Mo. Early Spring Bull Calf Champion - JS Revolutionary, James R. Johnson, Niantic, Ill. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - GCC TRN Chicago 746 ET, Greenhorn Cattle CO., Waynesville, Ohio. Junior Bull Calf Champion - CF V8 Marksman X, Luke & Catherine Neumayr, Boling, Texas. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion CSF Backdraft 703 RR ET, Cornerstone Farms. Senior Bull Calf Champion - JA SP Gale Force SM 6J554, Jordan Acres, Sibley, Ill. Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - BWS Swagger Twin B ET, Bye Well Shorthorns, Portland, Ind. Intermediate Champion Bull - LSF MD Easy Livin, Leemon Stock Farm, Hoopeston, Ill. Intermediate Reserve Champion Bull - RSF Lunesta 2D, Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark. Junior Champion Bull - SRV Quiet Man, Kennedy Cattle Company, Hennessey, Okla. Junior Reserve Champion Bull MFK Hot Rebel 26K X, Wesley Maurice Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky. Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET, David Smith, Boulder, Colo. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Little Cedar Lakota Rose 1722, Katie Francisco, Olivet, Mich. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Demi 760 HC X ET, Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET, Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SULL Dream Only 7188E ET, Sara Sullivan. Senior Heifer Calf Champion WHR Queen Of Hearts 6923 ET, Alexis


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Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Senior Reserve Champion Bull went to CSSTARCATCHER CS815C, owned by Cheyenne Starman, Camp Point, Ill.

Hanson, Dekalb, Ill. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - MDR Mona Jackie 630, Reagan Easton, Bethany, Ill. Intermediate Champion Female CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - SULL Myrtle Bo’s Knight ET, Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa. Junior Champion Female - CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, Jake Nikkel, McPherson, Kan. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET, Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. Reserve Senior Champion Female - CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET, Mark Inskeep. Cow/Calf Champion - GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET, Gavin D Cender. Reserve Cow/Calf Champion - SC Bo’s Reward 5C, Cody Hollingsworth, Lebanon, Ill. Class Placings: Purebred Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calves – (4 entries): 1) SamanthaRose Big John 03E exhibited by Gavin D Bunnell; 2) Powell PayDay Rome exhibited by Danny & Bradyn Powell; 3) Powll PayDay Ruff Rider exhibited by Bradyn Powell. Early Spring Bull Calves – (5 entries): 1) TRN Omaha 79 exhibited by Gavin D Cender; 2) SHOUF Duality 1710 DEC exhibited by Kyle Shoufler; 3) Riola Islander 17 X exhibited by Riola Shorthorn Farms. Early Spring Bull Calves – (6 entries): 1) JS Revolutionary exhibited by James Johnson; 2) GCC TRN Chicago 746 ET exhibited by Greenhorn Cattle Co.; 3) WayMar UT Sables Uncle Spice exhibited by Alyson Utegg. Junior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) MM Mad Dash 29E ET exhibited by Hugh Moore Jr & Sons; 2) Patriot CS179E exhibited by Cheyenne Starman; 3) MM Edge 30E ET exhibited 22

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion went to CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET, owned by Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind.

by Hugh Moore Jr & Sons. Junior Bull Calves – (4 entries): 1)CF V8 Marksman X exhibited by Luke & Catherine Neumayr; 2) CSF Backdraft 703 RR ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 3) M-L FHF Cold Cash exhibited by Wilson Matthews. Winter Bull Calves – (4 entries): 1) JA SP Gale Force SM 6J554 exhibited by Jordan Acres; 2) DFM Starstruck exhibited by McCall Show Cattle; 3) MFK Joe Kidd 346K X exhibited by Maurice & Faye Korthaus. Senior Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) BWS Swagger Twin B ET exhibited by Bye Well Shorthorns; 2) BWS Swagger Twin A ET exhibited by Bye Well Shorthorns. Summer Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) M-L FHF Roosters Chanticlair exhibited by Wilson Matthews. Late Spring Yearling Bulls – (2 entries): 1) LSF MD Easy Livin exhibited by Leemon Stock Farm; 2)RSF Lunesta 2D exhibited by Ryan Lane. Junior Yearling Bulls – (3 entries): 1) SRV Quiet Man exhibited by Kennedy Cattle Co.; 2) MFK Hot Rebel 26K X exhibited by Wesley Maurice Korthaus; 3) 6B’s Guardian ET exhibited by 6B Farms. Senior Yearling Bulls – (4 entries): 1) CSSTARCATCHER CS815C exhibited by Cheyenne Starman; 2) Riola Island Asset exhibited by Riola Shorthorn Farms; 3) Riola Island Rider exhibited by Riola Shorthorn Farms. Two-Year Old Bulls – (1 entry): 1) SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET exhibited by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns & Sullivan Farms. Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) Little Cedar Lakota Rose 1722 exhibited by Katie Francisco; 2) SS Destiny’s Halo 796 exhibited by Samantha Schrag; 3) KOLT Hot Pinky 940E exhibited by Kyle & Sarah Reedy. Late Spring Heifer Calves – (10

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entries): 1) CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET exhibited by David Smith; 2) R-C Proud Athena 703 ET exhibited by Piper Campbell; 3) FR Quantum Queen 395E ET exhibited by Grace Fry. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) Little Cedar Rose Mary 1718 ET exhibited by Charlie Sutherland; 2) CF HHF Margie 799 HC X ET exhibited by Kevin Hesser; 3) LCCC WF Final Rosette 1704 exhibited by Kelsey Francisco. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) Kane Red Reba 613E exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 3) CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 782 SOL ET exhibited by Ryan Wickard. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 780 SOL X ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 2) CF CSF Rosemary 773 RK X ET exhibited by Emily Dahse; 3) CSF Myrtle Bo 705 exhibited by Rosemary Thompson. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 760 HC X ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) Shadybrook Hot Verona 56E ET exhibited by Shadybrook Farm LTD.; 3) KSD CSF Sarah’s Lucky Charm 417 ET exhibited by Skylar Ward. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6entries): 1) CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SS Max Rosa Rebel 760 exhibited by Samantha Schrag; 3) Hahn Leading Lady C35E exhibited by Braden Hahn. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET exhibited by Gavin Cender; 2) BRH Proud Fool 1720 exhibited by Caroline Winter; 3) SS Myrtle Bo Mercedes 749 ET exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF CSF Max Rosa 725 RR X ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) CF HHF Margie 720 HC X ET exhibited by Cole


Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, Powell PayDay Rome, owned by Danny & Bradyn Powell, New London, Mo.

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, JS Revolutionary, owned by James R. Johnson, Niantic, Ill.

Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, GCC TRN Chicago 746 ET, owned by Greenhorn Cattle CO., Waynesville, Ohio.

Junior Bull Calf Champion, CF V8 Marksman X, owned by Luke & Catherine Neumayr, Boling, Texas.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, CSF Backdraft 703 RR ET, owned by Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind.

Senior Bull Calf Champion, JA SP Gale Force SM 6J554, owned by Jordan Acres, Sibley, Ill.

Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, BWS Swagger Twin B ET, owned by Bye Well Shorthorns, Portland, Ind.

Intermediate Champion Bull, LSF MD Easy Livin, owned by Leemon Stock Farm, Hoopeston, Ill.

Junior Champion Bull, SRV Quiet Man, owned by Kennedy Cattle Company, Hennessey, Okla.

Junior Reserve Champion Bull, MFK Hot Rebel 26K X, owned by Wesley Maurice Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky.

exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) Shadybrook Perfect Spice 2E exhibited by Shadybrook Farm LTD.; 3) SULL Crystal’s Direction 7006E ET exhibited by Jacob & Bailey Farrer. Winter Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET exhibited by Collin Britton; 2) A&D Dream Girl Banner ET exhibited by Harlee Keller; 3) VSC Miss Margie 59

exhibited by Mattie Williams. Winter Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) RSF Mona Lisa 625 exhibited by Kendall Leonard; 2) CF Max Rosa 6135 TP ET exhibited by Madalyn Rankin; 3) BONL Sinful Pioneer 694D ET exhibited by Emily Hoene. Senior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET exhibited by Elley Inskeep; 2) Sharben Margie

Picture not available: Intermediate Reserve Champion Bull, RSF Lunesta 2D, owned by Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark.

Whisman; 3) MM Annadelle 28E ET exhibited by Clayton Poppe . Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 2) SULL Dream Only 7188E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) SFF Nebraska Queen 701 EV exhibited by Miller Smith. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET

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Late Spring Bull Calf Champion, SamanthaRose Big John 03E, owned by Gavin D Bunnell, Antigo, Wisc.

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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET, owned by David Smith, Boulder, Colo.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Little Cedar Lakota Rose 1722, owned by Katie Francisco, Olivet, Mich.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, CF CSF Demi 760 HC X ET, owned by Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET, owned by Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SULL Dream Only 7188E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion, WHR Queen Of Hearts 6923 ET, owned by Alexis Hanson, Dekalb, Ill.

Love 835 exhibited by Cedar Lane Farm; 3) Blenview GCC Augusta Pride 74 exhibited by Christy Miller. Senior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) WHR Queen of Hearts 6923 ET exhibited by Alexis Hansen; 2) MDR Mona Jackie 630 exhibited by Reagan Easton; 3) MFK Hoot Sister Sue exhibited by Wesley Korthaus. Summer Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) SULL Dream Lady 6969D ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) M-L FHF Princess Madison exhibited by Wilson Matthews; 3) Smoketown Rama Razz exhibited by Kolton & Danny Powell. Late Spring Yearling Females – (6 entries): 1) KOLT-WW Tune Gentry 38 ET exhibited by Erica Harrell; 2) RHS Eldorado Queen 5246 ET exhibited by Alexis Hanson; 3) BRH CLF Proud Fool 1620 exhibited by Ben Harner. Late Spring Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET exhibited by Adrianne Trennepohl; 2) SULL Myrtle Bo’s Knight ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart; 3) Fancy As Hale PAH 116 exhibited by Blake Pillars. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) LGF Ruby’s Hot Emerald exhibited by John Gellerman; 2) SULL Crystal’s Lucy 6598D ET exhibited by Kayla Fogg; 3) SHOUF Red Sable 1612 exhibited by Reid Utterback. Early Spring Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) MFF Cumberland 95 ET exhibited

by Skylar Ward; 3) Hahn Max Star C62D exhibited by Zak Schwiderski. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) SULL Bo’s Reward 6325D ET exhibited by Karli Berkheimer; 2) PRNL Poly Aligning Pride R830 ET exhibited by Halley Becking; 3) MM Robjoy Lily 3Z 80D exhibited by Clayton Poppe. Early Spring Yearling Females – (6 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 3) BONL Ruby Rose 606D exhibited by Brady Tracy. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) Hahn Elizabeth C11D exhibited by Braden Hahn; 3) PRNL Simply Southern 120 exhibited by Anna Parnell. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) SULL Rose Mary 6056D ET exhibited by Stetson Klise; 3) J A Rosabelle SM 6J01 exhibited by Isabella Bunting. Senior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) DKSN Muhl Mirage 1027T exhibited by Zach Meyer. Two-Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (5 entries): 1) GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET; 2) SC Bo’s Reward 5C exhibited by Cody Hollingsworth; 3) BJSF Carly’s Pride 15 ET exhibited by Brien Jordan. Three-Four Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1) Smoketown Touchdown ROZ exhibited by Bradyn Powell. =

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Junior Champion Female, CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, owned by Jake Nikkel, McPherson, Kan.

Intermediate Champion Female, CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, owned by Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind.

Cow/Calf Champion, GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET, owned by Gavin D Cender, Mahomet, Ill.

Winner of the George Garvin Brown Memorial Trophy went to the Grand Champion Shorthorn Female.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, SULL Myrtle Bo’s Knight ET, owned by Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa.

Pictures not available: Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET, owned by Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. Reserve Senior Champion Female, CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET, owned by Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Reserve Cow/Calf Champion, SC Bo’s Reward 5C, owned by Cody Hollingsworth, Lebanon, Ill.

l to r: Callie Prochaska, 2017-2018 National Shorthorn Lassie Queen and Hannah Olsen, Alternate Lassie Queen.

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Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, MDR Mona Jackie 630, owned by Reagan Easton, Bethany, Ill.

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Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show Open ShorthornPlus Show :: Judge: Ernie Wallace, Springfield, Mo. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Junior Bull Calf Champion, was awarded to CF NNN Panther X exhibited by Alison Nichols of Sullivan, Ind.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Champion Female, honors went to Steck WLK Jenny 627D ET exhibited by Mason Walker of Prairie Grove, Ark.

On Monday, November 13, 2017, ShorthornPlus exhibitors started their morning on the green shavings in Freedom Hall at the NAILE. Judge Ernie Wallace of Springfield, Mo., evaluated the ShorthornPlus show with 8 bulls and 39 females; all of outstanding quality. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Junior Bull Calf Champion 26

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Champion Female, exhibited by Mason Walker of Prairie Grove, Ark. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Champion Female was SULL Tamale Too 6000D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Division Winners: ShorthornPlus Bull Show Divisions: Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - GCS Inconceivable, Ryan Thompson, Gilman, Iowa. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - HVF Red Stockman 4E ET, Drew Cowden, Hickory, Pa. Junior Champion Bull - R-C Proud Freckles 602, RC Show Cattle, Eaton, Ohio. Reserve Junior Champion Bull BFC Can’t Touch This 114, Brandywine Farms Cattle Company, Carthage, Ind. Senior Champion Bull - LSF Blackjack, Leemon Stock Farm, Hoopeston, Ill. ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - M&M 5177 Myrtle’s Passion 733, M&M Cattle Company, West Burlington, N.Y. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Steck Dunk Anita C 714E, Steck Cattle, Woodstock, Minn. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Minges Ten Queens 239E ET, Kayla Fogg, Rushville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET, Addison Walther, Centerville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Tamale 745 RD X ET, Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Champion BOY Brandi Wine D692, David Smith, Boulder, Colo. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Cinderella Cindy RC BRCC, Addison Campbell, Eaton, Ohio. Intermediate Champion Female - Steck Katie C 606 ET, Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - MM Patsy MSC 111D, Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Junior Champion Female SULL Who Dat Righteous ET, Wyatt Hancock, Oologah, Okla. Reserve Senior Champion Female - SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio.


Cow/Calf Champion - Sutherland Cherry 187A exhibited by David Ragsdale. Class Placings: ShorthornPlus Bull Class Placings: Early Spring Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) Sutherland Revlon 343E exhibited by David Ragsdale; 2) GCS Inconceivable exhibited by Ryan Thompson. Junior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) CF NNN Panther X exhibited by Alison Nichols; 2) HVF Red Stockman 4E ET exhibited by Drew Cowden; 3) CSF Twister BM 700 exhibited by Ryan Jester. Early Spring Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) R-C Proud Freckles 602 exhibited by RC Show Cattle. Junior Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) BFC Can’t Touch This 114 exhibited by Brandywine Farms Cattle Company. Two-Year Old Bulls – (1 entry): 1) LSF Blackjack exhibited by Leemon Stock Farm. ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (1entry): 1) M&M 5177 Myrtle’s Passion 733 exhibited by M&M Cattle Company. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) Minges Ten Queens 239E ET exhibited by Kayla Fogg; 2) SHAT MS Taffy 4E exhibited by Jenna Godown. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) Steck Dunk Anita C 714E exhibited by Steck Cattle; 2) Steck Cheslie C 701E ET exhibited by Steck Cattle; 3) JAMS Mona Minne exhibited by Emily Brautigam . Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) CF Tamale 745 RD X ET exhibited by Paige Wickard; 2) SULL Jalynn’s Magic 7033E ET exhibited by Samantha Schrag; 3) AF Playful Cait 1702 ET exhibited by Robert & Beverly Alden. Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries):

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Champion Female, was SULL Tamale Too 6000D, exhibited by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa.

1) SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET exhibited by Addison Walther; 2) J-F Black Mamba 1701 ET exhibited by Rylan Jester; 3) PRNL Golden Delight 118 exhibited by Lakin Whatley. Winter Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) Cinderella Cindy RC BRCC exhibited by Addison Campbell; 2) A&D Damn Stout ET exhibited by Haley Frazier; 3) WayMar UT Aunt Erica 112 exhibited by Alyson Utegg. Senior Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) BOY Brandi Wine D692 exhibited by David Smith; 2) OLSN Midnight Ruby 3252 11D ET exhibited by Lindsey Mogg; 3) AF Playful Cait 1637 ET exhibited by Robert & Beverly Alden. Summer Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) MM Patsy MSC 111D exhibited by Clayton Poppe; 2) IFS Blue Mattis M1D exhibited by Molly Williams. Late Spring Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 606 ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 2) JM Rio exhibited by Tate George; 3) DTR Mona Lisa 645D exhibited by Josie Heter. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) SULL Crystal’s Lucy 6483D ET exhibited by Tyler Saunders; 2) SULL Sophia 6250D ET exhibited by Kathy Lehman; 3) Dunk Mirage 624D ET exhibited by Ryan Wickard. Early Spring Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) Steck WLK Jenny 627D ET exhibited by Mason Walker; 2) SULL Who Dat Righteous ET exhibited by Wyatt Hancock; 3) SULL Crystal’s Style 6998 ET exhibited by Kyle Piscione. Junior Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) SULL Tamale TOO 6000D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 3) SULL Crystal’s Judy 6997D ET exhibited by Katie Mize. =

Three-Four-Year-Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1) Sutherland Cherry 187A exhibited by David Ragsdale.

Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, GCS Inconceivable, owned by Ryan Thompson, Gilman, Iowa.

Junior Champion Bull, R-C Proud Freckles 602, owned by RC Show Cattle, Eaton, Ohio.

Reserve Junior Champion Bull, BFC Can’t Touch This 114, owned by Brandywine Farms Cattle Company, Carthage, Ind.

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Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, was Sutherland Revlon 343E, exhibited by David Ragsdale of Prospect, Ky.

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Senior Champion Bull, LSF Blackjack, owned by Leemon Stock Farm, Hoopeston, Ill.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, M&M 5177 Myrtle’s Passion 733, owned by M&M Cattle Company, West Burlington, Ny.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, Steck Dunk Anita C 714E, owned by Steck Cattle, Woodstock, Minn.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Minges Ten Queens 239E ET, owned by Kayla Fogg, Rushville, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET, owned by Addison Walther, Centerville, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, CF Tamale 745 RD X ET, owned by Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion, BOY Brandi Wine D692, owned by David Smith, Boulder, Colo.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Cinderella Cindy RC BRCC, owned by Addison Campbell, Eaton, Ohio.

Intermediate Champion Female, Steck Katie C 606 ET, owned by Shelby Stephenson, Fortveille, Ind.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, MM Patsy MSC 111D, owned by Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill.

Reserve Senior Champion Female, SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Cow/Calf Champion, Sutherland Cherry 187A owned by David Ragsdale, Prospect, Ky.

Pictures not available: Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, HVF Red Stockman 4E ET, owned by Drew Cowden, Hickory Pa. Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Who Dat Righteous ET, owned by Wyatt Hancock, Oologah, Okla.

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National Western Club ASA Pre-Sale Social with hors d’oeurves and Cocktails - 5:00 PM • SALE - 6:00 PM

Sale Day Phone Jeff: 402-641-4696

Schedule of Events:

Sale Headquarters DoubleTree Hotel, 3203 Quebec Street, Denver, Colorado 80207, 303-321-3333 or 1-800-222-TREE

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 7:00 a.m. Yard cattle begin arriving Thursday, January 11, 2018 9:00 a.m. Begin processing all pen cattle Friday, January 12, 2018 8:00 p.m. Hill cattle begin arriving Saturday, January 13, 2018 8:00-11:00 a.m. Check-in all Junior and Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Hill cattle 9:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show

Auctioneer Kevin Wendt • 419-566-1599 Sale Consultants: Stuart Wilson • 217-454-9355 Darryl Rahn • 217-473-1124 Josh Greenhorn • 937-681-1948 Brian Kohlstaedt • 816-716-4614 Kane Aegerter •402-641-8699

Presentation of Show Honoree Bakenhus Polled Shorthorns ,The Bakenhus Family

Sale Managed By:

Sunday, January 14, 2018 11:00 a.m. Jr Shorthorn & ShothornPlus Heifer Show, following Open ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Female Show 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale - National Western Club Monday, January 15, 2018 11:00 a.m. Open Shorthorn Bull Show following National Shorthorn Female Show Tuesday, January 16, 2018 7:00 a.m. All Yard cattle released 5:00 p.m. All Hill cattle released

Nate Kolterman • 402-641-0146 Luke Bowman • 765-993-6681 Cory Schrag • 605-941-5241 Josh Elder • 402-650-1380 Tyler Cates • 765-576-0035

Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.

Jeff K. & Darla Aegerter 1250 Ridge Run Seward, NE 68434 402-641-4696 jeff.aegerter@gmail.com www.aegertermarketing.com Sears Marketing Services LLC Alan Sears office: 970-454-3986 • cell: 970-396-7521 alan.sears@aksears.com• www.searsmarketingservices.com Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC 217-452-3051 •  FAX: 217-452-3053 Don Cagwin cell: 217-341-7552 Cindy Cagwin-Johnston cell: 217-370-6034 cagwincattle@casscomm.com

www.shorthorn.org • 816-599-7777 Montie Soules - 918-645-4322

General Sale Information: American Shorthorn Association Genetic Condition Disclaimer: Unless an animal is listed on the American Shorthorn Association “genetic condition status list”, the American Shorthorn Association makes no representation of any kind as to whether or not the animal has a genetic condition. Terms And Conditions: Terms of the sale are cash payable to the clerk following the sale and before the cattle are removed from the premises. Billed Accounts: All billed accounts are due within 10 days following the date of the sale. Health: Each animal selling will be accompanied with a state approved health certificate from its state of origin. Buyers should make themselves aware of the health requirements for their respective states. Breeding Guarantee: The Suggested Breeding Guarantee as endorsed by the American Shorthorn Association will be followed. Registration And Transfer: All animals sell with completed pedigrees or appli-

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cations for registration in the hands of the sale manager. Announcements made from the auction block take precedence over all printed material in this catalog. Insurance will be available for your purchases at the sale. Contact the clerk at the time of settlement for your insurance needs. Liability: Each animal selling will be at the buyer’s risk as soon as sold. Neither the owners, employees, auctioneer, sale consultants, sale manager, National Western Livestock Show, American Shorthorn Association or other affiliated personnel can be held responsible for any accidents, but will make every effort to provide for the safety and comfort of those attending. Mailed Bids: We hope you will be able to attend. If you cannot attend, you may mail or telephone bids to the sale manager or representatives.


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Choice lot SULL RED ROSEMARY 8085 THF - PHAF - DSF 1A FEMALE 3/4/2008 SH97 POLLED RED SULL Red Value, Son of SULL Red Rosemary 8085 was syndicated for $40,000 in the No Bull Sale. His first calves are on the ground and look fantastic.

SULL Roses are Red, daughter of SULL Red Rosemary 8085 was Reserve Champion at the National Western, Grand Champion American Royal and Champion Bred and Owned Female at Junior Nationals. She is also dam of the 2017 NAILE and Junior National Champion.

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PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF *x3909231 CF CARMELE NG NG 158X NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET - DSF - PHAF - THF NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF 4021066 NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET - PHAF - THF

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ACC EPD ACC .28 ST 1 .25 .28 CW 30 .23 .28 REA -0.21 .19 .28 MB -0.07 .20 .28 FT -0.03 .21 $CEZ -5.44 .28 $BMI 89.69 $F 56.48

- SULL Red Rosemary 8085 has been a beast of a donor for us. Successfully producing national champion females and AI stud bulls. Her eggs have averaged over $1200 and her progeny averaged over $17,000. Recently her granddaughter, SULL Red Knight Rose 6452, was names Grand Champion Female in both the open and junior show in Louisville at the NAILE, along with being named Grand Champion female at the 2017 National Junior Shorthorn Show. - SULL Red Rosemary 8085’s direct daughter, SULL Roses are Red, was a national champion female that has produced national champion is one of the best upcoming donors in the breed. This fall a SULL Red Knight daughter sold for Schaeffer/Tice for $50,000 and was champion shorthorn female at Hoosier Beef Congress and third overall breeds at Heart of it All. There have been numerous champions produced by this cow. SULL Red Rosemary herself was champion at junior nationals, NAILE and National Western. A dominate female that has went on to be a dominate producer. - Open, fresh productively and ready to generate income for you.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380


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lot SULL ROSE MARY 636 THF - PHAF - DSF 1B FEMALE 2/27/2008 SH100 POLLED RED & WHITE

PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND F CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF *x3909231 CF CARMELE NG NG 158X NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET - DSF - PHAF - THF NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF 4021066 NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

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8236 EPD 2 2.1 63 91 27 58 -3

ACC EPD ACC .44 ST 1 .26 .45 CW 27 .35 .43 REA -0.21 .19 .43 MB -0.07 .20 .44 FT -0.03 .21 $CEZ 2.52 .42 $BMI 94.05 $F 55.62

This SULL Rose Mary 636 daughter owned by the VanVorhis Family was Supreme Overall female at 2016 Keystone, Reserve Supreme 2016 Ohio State Fair and many time champion.

SULL Rose Mary 636 herself was Supreme Champion female at the NAILE overall breeds along with being Grand Champion female at the National Junior Heifer Show, American Royal, NAILE, and National Western. She has been just as dominate in production as she was in the show ring She has worked with virtually every bull we have mated her to. Her SULL RGLC Legacy 525 calves are some of the best in our fall calf crop. - She is a national champion that has produced national champion females (pictured right) and super sires SULL Premium Reward, owned by the SULL Premium Reward syndicate and SULL Red Sensation, one of the top selling semen sires in the breed for Ripberger/Norman. Her progeny has averaged over $15,000. - Open, fresh productively and ready to generate income for you

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380 SULL Miss America, SULL Rose Mary 636 daughter. Check her out in the Sullivan Farms stalls in Denver and Fort Worth. She is destined to make a major impact at Sullivan Farms.

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CF CSF Demi HC X ET, Champion Early Spring Heifer, ‘17 NAILE. Full sib to Lot 2. CF CSF Demi 650 Junior Champion Heifer, ‘17 NAILE. Full sib to Lot 2.

lot CF CSF DEMI 6100 HC ET 2 FEMALE 5/3/2016 SH100 POLLED K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET - DSF - PHAF - THF FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY - DSF - PHAF - THF x4141432 K-KIM MEG 270N ET - DSC- PHAF - THF HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF WHR LS DEMI 8931 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4147143 WHR JAZ DEMI DELIGHT 2R58 - DSF - PHAF - THF

ROAN CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

Bred to W L E Legit B30; due 2/13/18.

lot LEVELDALE REVIVE 722E 3 BULL 1/31/2017 SH98.44 POLLED STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y - DSF - PHAF - THF LEVELDALE BOARDWALK 530C - DSF - PHAF - THF *x4228433 LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 230Z EF RED NAN 243 x4209812

WAUKARU IMF 0080 ET EF RED NAN 949

EPD 7 2.8 59 64 9 38 -4 .2

$BMI 108.69 $F 55.43

- Consignor: Trennepohl Farms, 765-620-1700

What an opportunity to REVIVE your cow herd. This will be the first chance to buy a son of Leveldale Boardwalk at public auction. Boardwalk has created a lot of hype for Cates Farms and his semen has been selling extremely high. Revive would be his first progeny 722E born in 2017, and for the quality he has, I think the hype is real! This bull is powerfully ACC EPD ACC designed, deep ribbed, sound structured and yet, still super attractive! Revive would be .14 ST 7 .07 a complete outcross to most all popular genetic lines in the Shorthorn breed. Be sure to .15 CW 25 .11 check him out in The Yards, as part of Leveldale Farms Pen of Bulls. .12 REA 0.03 .06 Selling 2/3 interest and full possession. *x4255087

RWM CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

BW: 92; Adj. WW: 744; Adj. YW: 1,320

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We truly feel that the Shorthorn breed needs to continue and shine at the National Western. The Summit sale is a tremendous event and we wanted to continue to consign something that would amp up the excitement. This Demi female we truly believe is 6100 coming to Denver a contender for the national champion title. She is the one we have been gearing for Denver all year this cow family is clicking on all cylinders. In Louisville ACC EPD ACC .21 ST 8 .1 Demi 6100 and two sisters teamed to win three division in the female show. This .21 CW 11 .17 remarkable consignment from the Trennepohl girls that I feel will be a game changing .2 REA -0.21 .09 donor for the new owner. .2 MB 0.11 .1 We are adding one unit of both CF Solution as well as one unit of Leveldale Board.2 FT -0.04 .12 walk for her first two IVF cycles. This is a tremendous opportunity for a firm trying to establish themselves in this great breed. $CEZ 26.5 x4238376

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EPD 4 3.6 70 89 .12 MB -0.06 .07 14 .1 FT -0.02 .1 49 $CEZ 12.37 -2 .1 $BMI 116.79 $F 58.49

- Consignor: LEVELDALE Farms, 309-678-4230


CF CSF Margie 575 HC ET - Grand Champion Female, 2017 NWSS, full sister.

lot CSF LONG LOOK HC 706 ET DSF - PHAF - YTHF 4 BULL 3/15/2017 SH100 SCURRED RWM K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET - DSF - PHAF - THF FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY - DSF - PHAF - THF K-KIM MEG 270N ET - DSC - PHAF - THF CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CF MARGIE 119 SOL X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CF MODOC MARGIE 523 TPX ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

CF CSF Margie 611 HC - Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2017 National Junior Show, full sister.

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CSF 706 EPD 8 2.2 66 75 12 46 -3

ACC EPD ACC .2 ST 7 .11 .2 CW 16 .17 .2 REA -0.14 .09 .2 MB 0.04 .1 .2 FT -0.05 .12 $CEZ 27.39 .2 $BMI 122.83 $F 58.41

I had the opportunity to see Long Look the first of September at the Farm and I was truly impressed. To start off, his pedigree is as impressive as one could ask for. Sired by the hottest sire in the Breed, Hot Commodity, and out of the Margie 119, the 2012 National Champion, who has already produced a Junior National Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion in just two tries. On top of this sterling pedigree, Long Look is nearly flawless in his phenotype. Near perfect in his structure, athletic in his movement, offering a beautiful profile with excellent feet and testicle development. A Shorthorn Bull like doesn’t come along all that often. Take advantage of the willingness of Jason to share this great bull with the public. Cornerstone Farms will retain in herd semen use. Semen packages and possession are available. Contact Jeff Aegerter 402-641-4696 or Jason Newcom.

- Consignor: CORNERSTONE Farms, 765-546-0796

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Lot 5A

Lot 5B

Pick of the Pen Lot 5C

lot GCF ELWAY 709E DSF - PHAF - THF 5A BULL 2/9/2017 SH100 POLLED SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF WALL STREET 106C ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4228704 KL GOLD ROSE - DSF - PHAF - THF GCF ROBIN 103Y x4177665

SULL-GNCC FINAL SOLUTION ET - PHAF - THF GCF ROBIN 404

lot GCF ELEVATION 704E DSF - PHAF - THF 5C BULL 1/29/2017 SH100 POLLED SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF WALL STREET 106C ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4228704 KL GOLD ROSE - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF GOLDENROD 57U - DSF - PHAF - THF SBR MONICA 223Z x4200545 SBR MONICA 871U - DSF - PHAF - THF

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RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

GCF 709E EPD 5 1.8 60 73 23 53 2

ACC EPD ACC .16 ST 6 .07 .18 CW 16 .12 .13 REA 0.04 .06 .13 MB 0.1 .06 .12 FT -0.04 .09 $CEZ 17.43 .12 $BMI 125.26 $F 56.26

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RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

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GCF 704E EPD 10 0.1 56 62 25 53 6

ACC EPD ACC .16 ST 11 .06 .18 CW 6 .12 .13 REA -0.04 .06 .13 MB 0.12 .06 .11 FT -0.04 .09 $CEZ 35.33 .12 $BMI 142.87 $F 54.66

lot GCF EXCHANGE 702E DSF - PHAF - THF 5B BULL 1/29/2017 SH100 POLLED SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF WALL STREET 106C ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4228704 KL GOLD ROSE - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF NAVIGATOR T2 X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF LAVENDER 73X x4164887 SHALIMAR LAVENDER 147

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RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

GCF 702E EPD 5 2 57 60 28 56 3

ACC EPD ACC .17 ST 14 .07 .19 CW 8 .12 .13 REA 0.17 .06 .13 MB 0.04 .07 .12 FT -0.06 .1 $CEZ 20.03 .12 $BMI 143.89 $F 53.82

What an opportunity from Greg Crawford Family. Greg has been in the business a long time and has bred his share of notable cattle and shown many champions including a dominant run at the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic. Elway, Exchange and Elevation are sure to add to the list and I am not sure which one will have the biggest impact. All three of these studs are by JSF Wall Street 106C, who was the record selling bull from Jungels and now resides at Byland. Take your pick of who’s who on the cow side with Solution, Navigator and Goldenrod represented. These bulls are modern day Shorthorn Beef Bulls with the look and the genetic profile to ensure breeding success in anyone’s program. Greg Crawford will retain in herd semen use. Check these guys out In The Yards and be in the Club Sunday night to make your selection. Contact Jeff Aegerter 402-641-4696, Greg Crawford 402-560-1205.

- Consignor: GREG CRAWFORD FAMILY, 402-560-1205


EMBRYOS

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 6 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED SENSATION 6554D ET - DSF - PHAF - THF *x4248212 SULL ROSE MARY 636-3 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CYT DREAM LADY 0103 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF 4165853 CCC GOLD RUSH - PHAF - THF

sire dam sire dam 6 2 ST 1 5 -0.5 4.2 CW 14 31 55 71 REA 0.09 0.05 76 94 MB -0.03 0.02 27 23 FT -0.02 -0.03 55 58 $CEZ 21.26 3.31 -3 -8 $BMI 107.34 105.96 $F 52.83 60.39

CYT Dream Lady 0103 ET.

CYT Dream Lady 0103 has accounted for over a half million dollars ($500,000) in sales the last two years. This includes $160,000 for CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV the popular 2017 Reserve Grand Champion Louisville Heifer. SULL Red Sensation was our choice of a new herd sire this past year. He is sired by SULL Red Reward and out of SULL Rose Mary 636, a past National Champion. We have or are flushing all of our donors to him and will have over 30 calves by him in 2018.

- Consignor: ripberger Farms, 317-694-4273

CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV, 2017 NAILE Grand Champion Female.

SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET

2 SIRED BY

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF *xAR48841 MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q - DSF - PHAF - THF

2 SIRED BY

lot FOUR EMBRYOS 7 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR EMBRYOS SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED BLOOD - DSC - PHAF - THF *x4181029 RL CUMBERLAND 5N35 - DSC - PHAF - THF JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF K-KIM FOXXY 29S - DSC - PHAF - THF x4113302 ELBEE BESSIE F120 - DS - PHAF - THF

sire CED 11 BW -3.2 WW 48 YW 60 MK 28 TM 52 CEM -3

sire 3 1.6 56 72 22 50 -8

dam sire -1 ST 1 4.6 CW 1 48 REA 0.40 54 MB 0.00 17 FT -0.01 42 $CEZ 39.97 -5 $BMI 120.72 $F 49.94

dam sire 2 0 8 14 0.30 -0.03 0.03 -0.15 -0.04 -0.05 11.72 0.43 103.18 89.77 53.84 47.12

K-Kim Foxxy 29S

Foxxy 29S has made as many winners and top sellers in the last few years as any cow in the breed...steers, heifers and bulls. This is your last chance to acquire these lead genetics.

- Consignor: GREENHORN CATTLE CO., 937-470-6552; Josh: 937-681-1948

SULL Red Blood

SULL Red Reward 9321

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 8 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF 4190557 K-KIM MONA LISA 10T ET - DSF - PHAF - THF HI VIEW’S ACE OF DIAMONDS - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL MYRTLE BO 9154 - DSF - PHAF - THF x4155395 CF MYRTLE BO 46 TP X - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire dam sire dam 6 0 ST -1 4 0.2 4.0 CW 42 14 88 51 REA 0.09 -0.15 123 64 MB -0.01 0.00 20 12 FT -0.04 -0.04 64 37 $CEZ 9.83 3.12 -2 1 $BMI 130.47 86.03 $F 69.20 50.09

SULL Myrtle Bo 9154 was a top show heifer for the Schrags in South Dakota and now a top donor in their program. The 9154 cow has produced the top sale heifers in three of their recent sales including SS Myrtle Bo Marie, the 2015 Illinois Grand Champion Heifer for Gana Farms, and SS Myrtle Monday, a division winner at Denver, Illinois State Fair and Iowa State Fair for Kane Aegerter.

SULL Mrytle Bo 9154

SULL Red Knight, a three-time National Champion, is now carrying on the tradition siring National Champions, including the current National Junior Show and Louisville Grand Champion Heifer. SULL Red Knight may be the top show heifer sire currently in the Shorthorn breed.

- Consignor: ripberger Farms, 317-694-4273

SULL Red Knight

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DF Waco

SULL Red Blood

Silveiras Style 9303

lot FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 9 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF DF WACO 6W - DSF - PHAF - THF x4152747 DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H - DSF - PHAF - THF CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4114536 DFS MARGIE 6109 - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

lot FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 10 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS sire -5 5.8 61 80 9 39 -2

dam sire dam -3 ST 8 2 4.8 CW 25 17 54 REA -0.12 -0.10 68 MB -0.06 -0.10 16 FT -0.05 -0.06 43 $CEZ -18.37 -9.58 0 $BMI 79.20 88.20 $F 53.98 50.05

SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED BLOOD - DSC - PHAF - THF *x4181029 RL CUMBERLAND 5N35 - DSC - PHAF - THF CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4114536 DFS MARGIE 6109 - PHAF - THF

These embryos will be full sibs to one of the most prestigious and talked about females on the tanbark this past season. GCC Turners Margie 542 the recent Grand Champion Cow/Calf at the North American and dam of the upcoming “Omaha” bull. Take a look at her in our stalls at Denver, you will be impressed.

- Consignor: GREENHORN CATTLE CO., 937-470-6552; Josh: 937-681-1948

lot FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 11 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 2 SIRED BY

SULL GNCC ASSET ET - DSC - PHAF - THF SULL TRAVELER 9807 ET - DSC - PHAF - THF 4165654 SULL SABLE DELIGHT ET- PHAF - THF

2 SIRED BY

WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF DF WACO 6W - DSF - PHAF - THF x4152747 DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H - DSF - PHAF - THF CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4114536 DFS MARGIE 6109 - PHAF - THF

sire CED 2 BW 3.9 WW 68 YW 89 MK 17 TM 51 CEM -2

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire dam sire dam 11 -3 ST 1 2 -3.2 4.8 CW 1 17 48 54 REA 0.40 -0.10 60 68 MB 0.00 -0.10 28 16 FT -0.01 -0.06 52 43 $CEZ 39.97 -9.58 -3 0 $BMI 120.72 88.20 $F 49.94 50.05

Guarantee one pregnancy per package if implanted by a certified technician. The Red Bloods are full sibs to Taylor Morbitzers Champion Shorthorn Heifer from 2016 AGR and 2017 AGS Ohio Best Shows. These will probably be some of the last embryos we sell since Margie is 12-years-old now.

- Consignor: Moore CATTLE CO., 740-213-0602

lot FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS 12 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR IVF SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS sire -5 5.8 61 80 9 39 -2

dam sire -3 ST 2 4.8 CW 28 54 REA 0.03 68 MB 0.00 16 FT -0.04 43 $CEZ 3.92 0 $BMI 108.57 $F 58.79

sire 8 25 -0.12 -0.06 -0.05 -18.37 79.20 53.98

Guarantee one pregnancy per package if implanted by a certified technician. These embryos will be full sibs to one of the most prestigious and talked about females on the tanbark this past season. GCC Turners Margie 542 the recent Grand Champion Cow/Calf at the North American and dam of the upcoming “Omaha” bull.

dam GAMBLES HOT ROD 2 SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 SILVEIRAS ELBA 2520 17 AN16427563 -0.10 CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF -0.10 D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET - DSF - PHAF - THF -0.06 x4114536 DFS MARGIE 6109 - PHAF - THF -9.58 88.20 50.05

- Consignor: Moore CATTLE CO., 740-213-0602

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GCC Turner Margie 542

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire dam sire dam 19 -3 ST 9 2 -0.9 4.8 CW 21 17 47 54 REA 0.04 -0.10 86 68 MB 0.83 -0.10 19 16 FT 0.04 -0.06 42 43 $CEZ 62.20 -9.58 13 0 $BMI 116.33 88.20 $F 61.61 50.05

Style is the hottest sire in the show circuit today. His mating to 610S has us excited.

- Consignor: GREENHORN CATTLE CO., 937-470-6552; Josh: 937-681-1948


Supreme Champion at 2017 Hoosier Congress and 2017 Heart of it All, Ring B shown by the Walther Family. Full sib to embryos.

Sherwood’s Lady Crystal 434P - Dam of Lot 13A &13B. Many time champion for the Van Vorhis Family. Full sib to embryos.

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 13a SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS GAMBLES HOT ROD SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 AN16427563 SILVEIRAS ELBA 2520 WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL LADY CRYSTAL 434P-6 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4235128CL AF MARGIES DREAM LADY 05 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 13b SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS sire dam sire dam 19 0 ST 9 5 -0.9 2.5 CW 21 9 47 51 REA 0.04 0.01 86 61 MB 0.83 0.03 19 15 FT 0.04 -0.04 42 41 $CEZ 62.20 3.82 13 -2 $BMI 116.33 94.71 $F 61.61 50.59

Without a doubt the most consistent ShorthornPlus mating at Sullivan Farms in the 2017 Maternal Legends Sale offering. Expect blue roan cattle with extra body and easy fleshing ability in a smooth, fancy, show heifer package. This is an outstanding genetic merger of Style or Watchout on SULL Lady Crystal 434P. She has produced national champions in the purebred Shorthorn ring and we feel confident she will product national champions in the ShorthornPlus ring. The most popular matings in our 2017 Maternal Legends ShorthornPlus offering were out 434P daughters out of Angus bulls. Look for full sibs by Style x 434P and Watchout 434P x 434P at the Sullivan Farms stalls in Louisville, Kentucky. A full sib to this embryos was recently selected supreme overall at the 2017 Hoosier Beef Congress and also supreme in one ring at the 2017 Heart of it all in Lima, Ohio. The extra quality in this proven mating is valuable to say the least.

WATCHOUT

SILVEIRAS WATCHOUT 2K BEAUTY 961

WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL LADY CRYSTAL 434P-6 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4235128CL AF MARGIES DREAM LADY 05 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

dam sire 0 ST NA 2.5 CW NA 51 REA NA 61 MB NA 15 FT NA 41 $CEZ NA -2 $BMI NA $F NA

dam 5 9 0.01 0.03 -0.04 3.82 94.71 50.59

SULL Lady Crystal is one of the most versatile females at Sullivan Farms. ShorthornPlus females out of the 434 females were a smashing success in the 2017 Maternal Legends Sale. She produced the 2013 NAILE Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Crystal’s Tootie, 2012 NWSS and NJHS Champion Female SULL Crystal’s Lucy 0686. Now mated with the 2016 National Champion Angus bull SMA Watchout. This was a big-time mating at Sullivan Farms in 2017. Watch for a full sib to these embryos in the Sullivan Farms stalls.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 14 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS DAMERON FIRST CLASS COLBURN PRIMO 5153 - PHAF - THF xAN18217480 SILVEIRAS SARAS DREAM 1339 - CAF - DDF - PHAF - THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL LUCY’S CRYSTAL ET- DSF - PHAF - THF x4207252 SULL CRYSTAL’S LUCY ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

dam sire 4 ST NA 0.5 CW NA 65 REA NA 85 MB NA 28 FT NA 60 $CEZ NA -6 $BMI NA $F NA

dam 3 20 -0.10 -0.03 -0.04 10.44 111.75 57.04

A new mating that should be a perfect fit on the 2015 NJHS Champion Bred and Owned Female, SULL Crystal’s Lucy 3804. Colburn Primo’s extra power and SULL Crystal’s Lucy 3804’s mobility and extra smoothness should click well here. The Primo progeny have been extremely popular in the 2017 fall sale season. With multiple heifer calves selling as high as $80,000+.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

SULL Lucy’s Crystal ET - Dam of Lot 14.

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SULL Desert Rose SULL Special Rose 3280. Full sib to Lot 15 embryos.

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 15 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED BLOOD - DSC - PHAF - THF *x4181029 RL CUMBERLAND 5N35 - DSC - PHAF - THF NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL DESERT ROSE 004 ET CL- DSF - PHAF - THF 4199286CL NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 3 1.6 56 72 22 50 -8

dam sire dam 4 ST 0 4 5.1 CW 14 49 87 REA 0.30 -0.17 122 MB 0.03 -0.15 37 FT -0.04 -0.03 81 $CEZ 11.72 5.30 -10 $BMI 103.18 122.36 $F 53.84 66.66

The Lot 15 eggs are also full sibs to SULL Special Rose 3280, a young new powerhouse donor at Sullivan Farms that we are expecting her first progeny from in our 2018 calf crop. SULL Desert Rose 0004 is one of the most prolific cows in the breed, producing breed greats such as CF Solution, SULL Right Direction, SULL Rose Mary 636, HD Ruby 903, and SULL Red Rose Mary. - Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

SULL Crystal’s Lucy - Dam of Lot 16.

Sherwood Lady Crystal

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 16 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF 4190557 K-KIM MONA LISA 10T ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL LUCY’S CRYSTAL ET- DSF - PHAF - THF 4207252 SULL CRYSTAL’S LUCY ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

lot FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS 17 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR SEXED HEIFER IVF EMBRYOS sire dam sire dam 6 4 ST -1 3 0.2 0.5 CW 42 20 88 65 REA 0.09 -0.10 123 85 MB -0.01 -0.03 20 28 FT -0.04 -0.04 64 60 $CEZ 9.83 10.44 -2 -6 $BMI 130.47 111.75 $F 69.20 57.04

SULL Crystal’s Lucy 3804 was the 2015 Bred & Owned Champion Female at the National Junior Heifer Show. She is a full sib to SULL Crystal’s Lucy 0686, the 2012 National Junior Heifer Show and NWSS Champion Female. Mated with the three-time National Champion, SULL Red Knight. We are looking forward to having a few full sib heifers calves born in Spring 2018 at Sullivan Farms.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

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shorthorn country = january 2018

WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL WINGMAN 7049 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4134267 NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL LADY CRYSTAL434P-1 ET CL- DSF - PHAF - THF X4217009CL AF MARGIES DREAM LADY 05 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 1 3.9 63 85 21 52 1

dam sire dam 1 ST 6 5 2.3 CW 26 10 52 REA -0.04 0.01 63 MB -0.06 0.03 19 FT -0.063 -0.04 45 $CEZ 0.63 4.46 -2 $BMI 105.51 99.22 $F 55.84 51.09

SULL Wingman is a full brother to Little Cedar Avaitor. This sexed heifer mating on Lady Crystal 434P will be full sibs in blood to SULL Crystal’s Lucy, pictured above. Look at the value in the above footnotes at what this female has produced. 434P has produced multiple national champion purebreds and ShorthornPlus females.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380


lot FOUR EMBRYOS 18 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR EMBRYOS SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T - DSF - PHAF - THF MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A - DSF - PHAF - THF x4218103 MURIDALE GOOSE 32R SASKVALLEY STAMPEDE 128S - DSF - PHAF - THF BSG ROSEWOOD SYLVIA 1244 x4185156 BSG SYLVIA 113 MGR X

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 10 0.6 67 84 14 47 8

dam sire dam 7 ST 14 12 1.5 CW 20 12 55 REA .023 -0.04 68 MB 0.35 0.24 11 FT 0.00 -0.02 39 $CEZ 33.27 24.72 8 $BMI 142.26 116.44 $F 71.89 55.41

Embryos are presently stored at StockVets, Rensselaer, IN. Buyer responsible for shipping. Rosewood 1244 is a true Shorthorn dam of distinction. Being wide-pinned, big-bellied and sweet fronted are all assets, but she is more than just a front pasture, attractive cow. Having a production record of 107@BW ratio, 102@ WW ratio and 105@YW ratio prove that her basic EPDs, which are much above breed average, are legit and worthy of your inspection. She can be considered a breed leader for Stayability EPD, Calving Ease Maternal and Marbling. This elite Rosewood is also the dam of the impressive BSG Stayability 1413 herd sire at Leveldale. One of Stampede’s most popular daughters, her mating to the $28,000 massive powerhouse Thermal Energy will certainly continue her legacy that is part of #MakingShorthornsGreatAgain!

BSG Rosewood Sylvia 1244.

- Consignor: Bowman Superior Genetics, 765-886-5777 & Schafer Angus Ranch, 209-988-6599

Muridale Thermal Energy 15A.

lot FOUR EMBRYOS 19 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR EMBRYOS STUDERS PRETENDER 96TH - DSF - PHAF - THF FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY - DSF - PHAF - THF x4141432 K-KIM MEG 270N ET - DSC - PHAF - THF HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CF DREAM GIRL 012 BS X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4162952 SS DREAM GIRL 210 - DSC - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire dam sire dam 18 -2 ST 12 1 -0.6 6.2 CW -3 18 59 51 REA -0.24 -0.20 51 66 MB 0.12 0.02 9 10 FT -0.05 -0.03 38 36 $CEZ 63.60 -6.57 0 -6 $BMI 148.47 65.58 $F 56.05 49.91

Guarantee one pregnancy. This mating was a donor for Cates family and has continued her legacy being a donor cow for us. Our first three full sibs out of this mating have generated 30,000 on two heifers and are retaining our promotional sire. The results with this package is endless! Dream big!

- Consignor: A&D Shorthorns, 812-787-0134

CF Dream Girl 012 BS X ET.

lot FOUR IVF EMBRYOS 20 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR IVF EMBRYOS WHR SONNY 8114- DSF - PHAF - THF LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X - DSF - PHAF - THF x4091399 NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET - PHAF - THF CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CYT DREAM LADY SOLUTION ET - DSF - PHAF - THF 4165852 SS DREAM LADY 420 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 2 3.0 58 76 16 45 -12

dam sire dam 3 ST 0 5 3.7 CW 19 29 69 REA 0.01 0.05 91 MB -0.04 0.02 23 FT -0.07 -0.03 58 $CEZ 8.05 5.74 -8 $BMI 86.38 106.70 $F 54.05 59.76

CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV - 017 NAILE Reserve Grand Champion Female and top seller at Cates Farms, 2017 Sale . Full sib to Embryos.

- Consignor: Aegerter Cattle Co., 402-641-4696

CYT Dream Lady AV, 2, 2015 Junior National Grand Champion & Supreme Champion Female. Full sib to Embryos.

shorthorn country = january 2018

A-13


DuLyn Farm offering the progeny from our Top Donor Dams Sired by the Denver Champion ‘BISS Element 79 370Z’ .

lot THREE EMBRYOS 21A SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF THREE EMBRYOS DF PURE GOLD 3N - DSF - PHAF - THF BISS ELEMENT 79 370Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4202834 DF GODIVA 10U CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL FOOL ME 508 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4098681 CF 18TH FOOL 458 X ET - PHAF - THF

SULL Fool Me 508 ET .

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 0 7.0 68 85 23 57 3

dam sire dam 1 ST 5 4 2.9 CW 30 5 40 REA -0.24 -0.09 51 MB -0.17 -0.10 16 FT -0.05 -0.05 36 $CEZ -2.35 8.81 3 $BMI 114.24 82.78 $F 56.07 43.65

Guarantee of one (1) confirmed pregnancy if implanted by a certified ET Technician. Talk about the ultimate Fool! ‘Fool Me 508’ is the impressive, standout daughter of the great donor dam, CF 18th Fool 458x ET and is sired by the legendary Trump. • ‘Fool Me 508’ was the Super Cow Champion at the 2014 Ohio State Fair. She is a full sister to MISS V8 Can’t Fool Me, the 2005 ASA Show Female of the Year and the 2004 Reserve National Champion Female that became one of V8 Shorthorns most successful females. • ‘Fool Me 508’ has a very successful list of successful progeny herself: • CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 was the Grand Champion Bull at the Ohio & Kentucky State Fairs; a Class Winner and and Junior Bull Calf Champion at the 2014 NAILE. • GCC ESQ Fool Me 508 ET, Grand Champion Female at the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show; Senior Champion Female at the 2014 Eastern Regional Shorthorn Show. • DLF Can’t Be Fooled 3S27 ET was third in class, Early Spring Yearling Females, 2014 National Junior Show. This cow truly lives up to her title from the Ohio State Fair as “Super Cow”. Cross that with the 2013 Canadian National Champion Bull and the 2014 NWSS Grand Champion Bull, BISS Element 79 370Z and you have the recipe for banners and pictures in the winner’s circle. DSF - PHAF – THF.

- Consignor: DuLyn Farm, 330-231-3431

lot THREE EMBRYOS 21B SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF THREE EMBRYOS DF PURE GOLD 3N - DSF - PHAF - THF BISS ELEMENT 79 370Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4202834 DF GODIVA 10U CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF CF 20 QUEENS 571 TPX ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4094389 CF RODEO CASINO 100

CF 20 Queens 571 TPX ET.

A-14

shorthorn country = january 2018

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 0 7.0 68 85 23 57 3

dam sire dam -3 ST 5 1 6.1 CW 30 28 62 REA -0.24 -0.05 84 MB -0.17 0.06 16 FT -0.05 -0.03 47 $CEZ -2.35 -13.06 -1 $BMI 114.24 88.62 $F 56.07 56.20

Guarantee of one (1) confirmed pregnancy if implanted by a certified ET Technician. Embryos from the Great 20 Queens 571 donor, a direct daughter of the original Queens cow that started it all at Cates Farms. Sired by Trump, she has produced well for us. Her daughter in the sale shows that. This mating with the 2014 NWSS Grand Champion Bull, BISS Element 79 370Z are sure to produce sons or daughters with true genetic value. DSF PHAF – THF.

- Consignor: DuLyn Farm, 330-231-3431


lot THREE EMBRYOS 21C SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF THREE EMBRYOS DF PURE GOLD 3N - DSF - PHAF - THF BISS ELEMENT 79 370Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4202834 DF GODIVA 10U CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF HVR MARY 773 - DSF - PHAF - THF x4137073 CF RODEO CASINO 100

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 0 7.0 68 85 23 57 3

dam sire dam -3 ST 5 2 7.7 CW 30 42 81 REA -0.24 0.11 105 MB -0.17 -0.09 10 FT -0.05 -0.07 51 $CEZ -2.35 -14.68 0 $BMI 114.24 115.00 $F 56.07 64.01

Guarantee of one (1) confirmed pregnancy if implanted by a certified ET Technician. Mary 773’ is a granddaughter of the premier donor dam, Green Ridge DP Mary 9434 ET who was sired by Deerpark Leader 13th, (Dividend), arguably one of the top two or three Shorthorn donor females in the breed. The premier pedigree of ‘Mary 773’ is loaded with National Champions and Top Sellers. Mary 773 herself was the Senior Champion Female at 2008 NAILE. Mary 773 and her calf by HD Filthy Rich were second in their class at the 2010 National Junior Shorthorn Show. And talk about performance, she is in the top 1% in the breed for WW & YW. Her mating the 2014 NWSS Grand Champion Bull, BISS Element 79 370Z are an exciting chance to get into the show ring and be super competitive!

HVR Mary 733.

- Consignor: DuLyn Farm, 330-231-3431

lot THREE EMBRYOS 21D SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF THREE EMBRYOS DF PURE GOLD 3N - DSF - PHAF - THF BISS ELEMENT 79 370Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4202834 DF GODIVA 10U WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF ESQ SONNY MARGIE 4145 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF 4221180 D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 0 7.0 68 85 23 57 3

dam sire dam -5 ST 5 3 4.6 CW 30 16 52 REA -0.24 -0.10 66 MB -0.17 0.00 10 FT -0.05 -0.05 35 $CEZ -2.35 -15.94 -4 $BMI 114.24 69.48 $F 56.07 50.04

Guarantee of one (1) confirmed pregnancy if implanted by a certified ET Technician. Sonny Margie 4145 is a full sister to the $45,000 CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET from the 2017 Cates Farms ‘Star Search Sale. She is a powerful daughter of ‘Sonny’ that is very impressive in her own right. Just imagine her daughters sired by the Denver Champion, ‘Element’. DSF - PHAF – THF.

- Consignor: DuLyn Farm, 330-231-3431

CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET, full sister to dam.

lot THREE EMBRYOS 21E SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF THREE EMBRYOS DF PURE GOLD 3N - DSF - PHAF - THF BISS ELEMENT 79 370Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4202834 DF GODIVA 10U HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF ESQ DEE DEE 3B25 ET- DSF - PHAF - THF x4210324 WHR JAZ DEE DEE 2R87 - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire 0 7.0 68 85 23 57 3

dam sire dam -4 ST 5 3 6.6 CW 30 27 60 REA -0.24 -0.17 80 MB -0.17 0.07 10 FT -0.05 -0.04 40 $CEZ -2.35 -12.61 -7 $BMI 114.24 70.78 $F 56.07 54.96

Guarantee of one (1) confirmed pregnancy if implanted by a certified ET Technician. This is a powerful daughter of HD Bloodstone 604 ET is out of the WHR Donor dam, WHR JAZ Dee Dee 2R87. Dee Dee 3B25 is the dam of our lot 1, DLF Dee Dee 6M3 heifer that sold for $4,300 to Jason Roe, Salesville, Ohio in our 2016 ‘Share The Vision Sale. DSF PHAF – THF.

- Consignor: DuLyn Farm, 330-231-3431

lot FOUR EMBRYOS 22 SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR EMBRYOS CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF DF VEGAS 310M ET - DSF - PHAF - THC x4091399 NPS MIRAGE 544 ET - PHAF - THC SULL STOCKMAN 365 - DSF - PHAF - THF CM468180

DLF Dee Dee 6M3, daughter of ESQ Dee Dee 3B25 ET..

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

sire NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

dam sire 9 ST NA 1.0 CW NA 41 REA NA 44 MB NA 19 FT NA 39 $CEZ NA 2 $BMI NA $F NA

dam -1 -3 0.43 -0.27 -0.16 36.24 131.42 44.37

This is the most proven and successful Shorthorn Plus mating, EVER. Stockman 365 put Shorthorn Plus Show Heifers on the map winning shows across the U.S. This mating is time tested and continues to have an influence on the tanbark and in the pastures. One pregnancy is guaranteed.

DF Vegas 310M ET.

- Consignor: John Boggess, 641-295-2126

SULL Stockman 365.

shorthorn country = january 2018

A-15


SEMEN

lot SULL TRAVELER 9807 ET DSC - PHAF - THF 23 REF BULL 5/17/2009 SH100 HORNED ROAN CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL GNCC ASSET ET - DSC - PHAF - THF 4099888 K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET - DSC - PHAF - THF CCS EQUITY’S CHARMER ET - PHAF - THF SULL SABLE DELIGHT ET - PHAF - THF x4086394 WF EVERGREEN SABLE ET - TH

SULL Traveler 9807 ET.

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

4165654

9807 EPD 2 3.9 68 89 17 51 -2

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 SEXED HEIFER SEMEN Located at Trans Ova, Iowa.

ACC EPD ACC .55 ST 2 .24 .56 CW 28 .42 .53 REA 0.03 .09 .53 MB 0 .09 .52 FT -0.04 .11 $CEZ 3.92 .52 $BMI 108.57 $F 58.79

- Consignor: Kerlee CATTLE CO., 209-648-7666

Gana Lucky TR Charm 4127.

lot SULL RED BLOOD DSC - PHAF - THF 24 REF BULL 4/14/2011 SH93.75 POLLED TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF *xAR48841 MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q - DSF - PHAF - THF JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF RL CUMBERLAND 5N35 - DSC - PHAF - THF 4115498 WHR CUMBERLAND FR29 ET - PHAF - THF

*x4181029

RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

1334 EPD 3 1.6 56 72 22 50 -8

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 3 Stored at Trans Ova, Maryland.

ACC EPD ACC .51 ST 0 .17 .52 CW 14 .4 .5 REA 0.3 .15 .5 MB 0.03 .17 .47 FT -0.04 .28 $CEZ 11.72 .48 $BMI 103.18 $F 53.84

- Consignor: Slate Wind Farm, 717-328-5446

lot LEVELDALE BOARDWALK 530C DSF - PHAF - THF 25 REF BULL 2/20/2015 SH96.88 POLLED RED SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R - DSF - PHAF - THF STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y - DSF - PHAF - THF x4176051 DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 230Z *x4191572 LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 933W

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

EPD 8 1.5 59 77 9 39 -3

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 3

*x4228433

530C ACC EPD ACC .31 ST 7 .22 .33 CW 17 .26 .29 REA 0.08 .14 .31 MB -0.13 .16 .23 FT -0.03 .27 $CEZ 27.34 .24 $BMI 97.99 $F 53.51

Stored at Trans Ova, Maryland.

- Consignor: SAJO-QUIN LIVESTOCK INC., 717-729-3151

lot SULL RED SENSATION 6554D ET DSF - PHAF - THF *x4248212 26 REF BULL 3/7/2016 SH91.8 POLLED RED 6554D TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF *xAR48841 MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q- DSF - PHAF - THF CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL ROSE MARY 636-3 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4177969 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 3 SEXED HEIFER SEMEN

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

EPD 8 1.5 59 77 9 39 -3

ACC EPD ACC .23 ST 7 .12 .23 CW 17 .19 .23 REA 0.08 .09 .23 MB -0.13 .09 .23 FT -0.03 0.11 $CEZ 27.34 .23 $BMI 97.99 $F 53.51

SULL Red Sensation was our choice of a new herd sire this past year. He is sired by SULL Red Reward and out of SULL Rose Mary 636, a past National Champion. We have or are flushing all of our donors to him and will have over 30 calves by him in 2018.

- Consignor: ripberger Farms, 317-694-4273

A-16

shorthorn country = january 2018


lot SASKVALLEY BANJO 268B DSF - PHAF - THF 27a REF BULL 5/19/2014 SH100 POLLED WHITE

x4256469

AEN 268B

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

lot SASKVALLEY BANJO 268B DSF - PHAF - THF 27b REF BULL 5/19/2014 SH100 POLLED WHITE SASKVALLEY CYLDE 12E SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J - THF x4230532 SASKVALLEY LILY 170F

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

MURIDALE MASTER 24M SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 73R - DSF - PHAF - THF x4210094 SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 256M

x4256469

AEN 268B EPD 10 0.6 49 55 19 43 9

ACC EPD ACC .38 ST 14 .16 .45 CW 2 .32 .38 REA -0.19 .16 .38 MB 0.17 .18 .27 FT -0.01 .21 $CEZ 39.15 .27 $BMI 127.92 $F 51.68

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 Sire and Dam are possibly the influential cattle of sustainability for breed improvement to come out of Canada. A thick, stout sire to use to improve feet & legs, skeletal dimension and honest fleshing ability for low maintenance herds. Reports out of Saskvalley prove he is a sire of elite calving ease. Don’t be afraid of his color, White Sires remove the dreaded spots on Shorthorn cattle. Semen exportable to Canada, South America and Australia.

- Consignor: Bowman Superior Genetics, 765-886-5777

lot SASKVALLEY STAMPEDE 128S DSF - PHAF - THF x4164304 28a REF BULL 5/3/2006 SH100 POLLED ROAN AEN 128S SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

lot SASKVALLEY STAMPEDE 128S DSF - PHAF - THF x4164304 28b REF BULL 5/3/2006 SH100 POLLED ROAN AEN 128S SASKVALLEY CYLDE 12E SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J - THF x4230532 SASKVALLEY LILY 170F

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

ALTA CEDAR ULTIMATE 8J SASKVALLEY DORA 70N xC679396 SASKVALLEY DORA 12K

EPD 10 0.4 44 47 10 32 12

ACC EPD ACC .76 ST 13 .34 .79 CW -3 .56 .76 REA -0.15 .55 .76 MB 0.42 .58 .72 FT -0.02 .55 $CEZ 40.00 .72 $BMI 126.97 $F 52.42

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 #2 Trait Leader for both Muscle and Marbling. Stampede, a half brother to Banjo, is one of the few Canadian sires that really makes sleek, attractive females with added muscle. This is the best outcross sire we have found to match cattle with Trump influence. Show them, calve them, or eat them, Stampede makes Shorthorns valuable throughout the lifecycle.

- Consignor: Bowman Superior Genetics, 765-886-5777

lot GILMAN’S ENVIED 448B DSF - PHAF - THF 29a REF BULL 3/28/2014 SH100 POLLED RED

x4213175

B448G

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

lot GILMAN’S ENVIED 448B DSF - PHAF - THF 29b REF BULL 3/28/2014 SH100 POLLED RED RS DV729 01 034 04 - PHAF - THF RS 034 04 421 11 x4178769 RS DREAMGIRL 103 04 EIONMOR MARQUIS 86G - PHAF - THF JSF RUBY 46Y - DSF x4190563 RB/SS RUBY 291 - DS

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

x4213175

B448G EPD ACC EPD ACC 12 .4 ST 10 .26 -1.6 .5 CW 9 .27 61 .3 REA -0.28 .01 72 .29 MB 0.35 .02 14 .2 FT 0 .02 45 $CEZ 40.11 3 .21 $BMI 128.8 $F 59.77

Quickly becoming our go to bull here. His combination of well- balanced and functional EPD’s, along with his progenies’ phenotype is second to none. He has already produced high selling females. His first set of sons will highlight our spring bull sales. As a set, they are stout, yet smooth made and incredibly powerful studs. We are expecting over 40 calves out of him this upcoming spring. His steer calves are already excelling in the feedlot after being on feed for 45 days. Envied ranks in the top 20% for CED, BW, WW, ST, MB, and all $ indexes.

- Consignor: Gilman Shorthorns, 515-360-1445

shorthorn country = january 2018

A-17


lot GILMAN’S PRAIRIE FIRE 580 DSF - PHAF - THF 30a REF BULL 5/7/2015 SH100 POLLED RED

x4218847

C580G

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

lot GILMAN’S PRAIRIE FIRE 580 DSF - PHAF - THF 30b REF BULL 5/7/2015 SH100 POLLED RED TPS CORONET MAXIMIZE - PHAF - THF STUDER’S TPS UNLIMITED 7A - DSF - PHAF - THF x4197908 GLEN HAVEN BUTTERFLY 546

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

JT TRANS X 28X SASKVALLEY MYRTLE 81Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4207434 SASKVALLEY MYRTLE 132X

x4218847

C580G EPD 10 0.9 61 72 17 48 5

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

ACC EPD ACC .26 ST 13 .08 .28 CW 13 .2 .23 REA -0.1 .04 .23 MB 0.11 .04 .2 FT -0.06 .07 $CEZ 32.68 .2 $BMI 138.07 $F 57.62

This young sire’s combination of low birth EPD, explosive growth curve, and moderate mature frame makes him an elite, and hard to come by package. Prairie Fire’s first calves will hit the ground here on the Gilman Farm in late January and we are anxiously waiting! His pedigree is as unique as any, with a sire producing uniform calves in volume for Studer Shorthorn’s and a model uddered dam coming from a big-time cow family. Above breed average in 14 of 15 EPD’s and $ indexes.

- Consignor: Gilman Shorthorns, 515-360-1445

lot CYT MAXIM 9202 ET DSF - PHAF - THF 31 REF BULL 3/4/2009 SH100 POLLED CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4072518 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF

x4160204

RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

WHR SONNY 8114 - DSF - PHAF - THF MINDEMANN MAX ROSA 310 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4099960 HOMEDALE MAX ROSA - DSF - PHAF - THF

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

9202 EPD ACC EPD ACC 0 .42 ST 5 .19 4.6 .44 CW 36 .33 72 .4 REA 0.08 .18 101 .4 MB -0.1 .2 20 .4 FT -0.05 .23 56 $CEZ -4.18 -8 .4 $BMI 97.31 $F 59.9

- Consignor: Aegerter Cattle Co., 402-641-4696

lot SULL RED REWARD 9321 DSF - PHAF - THF 32 REF BULL 4/15/2009 SH87.5 POLLED RED HAA CONTENDER 243P - PHAC - THF TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAF - THF *xMA377219 HALL’S ENCHANTRESS 38M - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

CCC GOLD RUSH - PHAF - THF MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q - DSF - PHAF - THF x4095063 ROCKDALE MARGIE MILLION - PHAF - THF

SULL Red Reward - Daughter.

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

*xAR48841

9321 EPD ACC EPD ACC 11 .79 ST 1 .25 -3.2 .79 CW 1 .56 48 .78 REA 0.40 .19 60 .78 MB 0.00 .20 28 .78 FT -0.01 .25 52 $CEZ 39.97 -3 .78 $BMI 120.72 $F 49.94

A deceased super star that has done it all. Sire of sale toppers, cow makers, and show ring winners.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

SULL Red Reward Daughter, $77,000 ’17 Cates Farm sale topper.

lot SULL RED BLOOD DSC - PHAF - THF 33 REF BULL 4/14/2011 SH90.2 POLLED TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAC - THF SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF *xAR48841 MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q - DSF - PHAF - THF JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF RL CUMBERLAND 5N35- DSC - PHAF - THF 4115498 WHR CUMBERLAND FR29 ET - PHAF - THF

SULL Cool Crystal, Daughter.

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 SULL Blooded Ruby, Daughter.

A-18

shorthorn country = january 2018

*x4181029

RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

1334 EPD 3 1.6 56 72 22 50 -8

ACC EPD ACC .51 ST 0 .17 .50 CW 14 .40 .50 REA 0.30 .15 .47 MB 0.03 .17 FT -0.04 .28 .48 $CEZ 11.72 .17 $BMI 103.18 $F 53.84

A true cow changer that sires champions all across the country including at NAILE and NWSS.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380


lot FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF - PHAC - THF 34A REF BULL 1/17/2008 SH98.4 POLLED RED

x4141432

814

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 SEXED HEIFER SEMEN

lot FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF - PHAC - THF 34B REF BULL 1/17/2008 SH98.4 POLLED RED TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAC - THF SULL RED REWARD 9321 - DSF - PHAF - THF *xAR48841 MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q - DSF - PHAF - THF JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF RL CUMBERLAND 5N35- DSC - PHAF - THF 4115498 WHR CUMBERLAND FR29 ET - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

x4141432

814

EPD ACC EPD ACC 18 .85 ST 12 .27 -0.6 .88 CW -3 .59 59 .84 REA -0.24 .23 51 .84 MB 0.12 .27 9 .81 FT -0.05 .36 38 $CEZ 63.60 0 .82 $BMI 148.48 $F 56.05

Bolin-Sullivan Donor Hot Commodity Daughter.

A unique sire of moderation with extra mass in a maternal package. The leading outcross sire of champions; including the NWSS and NAILE.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot SULL FERRARI 6597D DSF - PHAF - THF 35 REF BULL 3/15/2016 SH48.4 POLLED GAMBLES HOT ROD SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 AN16427563 SILVEIRAS ELBA 2520 SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL CRYSTAL JUDY 1471 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4185822 SULL LADY CRYSTAL-434P-1 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

*xAR4241357

BLACK CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

6597D EPD ACC EPD ACC 12 .20 ST 8 .21 -0.6 .20 CW 18 .17 54 .20 REA -0.03 .12 82 .20 MB 0.41 .12 24 .20 FT 0.00 .12 52 $CEZ 37.44 5 .21 $BMI 117.25 $F 58.47

SULL Ferrari 6597D ET.

Maybe the most phenotypically flawless herd sire ever raised at Sullivan Farms. Incredible body shape with a unique look. He was used heavily for our 2018 calf crop. Full sib recently sold for $42,000 on the Maternal Legends Sale.

Full Sib to SULL Ferrari.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot SULL REVOLUTION 4238 DSC - PHAF - THF 36 REF BULL 4/15/2014 SH50 POLLED BWM CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET - DSF - PHAF - THF x4140183 NPS DESERT ROSE 004- PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

HEAT WAVE - PHAF - THC JSUL JALYNN 344 - DSC - PHAF - DSC - PHAF - THF xCHI334061 MISS FOREPLAY

*AR4235705

4238 EPD 3 1.9 53 73 22 49 -8

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5

ACC EPD ACC .22 ST 1 .10 .28 CW 16 .22 .26 REA 0.11 .06 .26 MB -0.05 .06 .25 FT -0.06 .07 $CEZ 9.48 .22 $BMI 90.12 $F 51.49

SULL Revolution 1383.

A unique sire of moderation with extra mass in a maternal package. He has sired champion ShorthornPlus female and high percent Chianina heifers all across the country including at NWSS.

SULL Breathless Revolution, Daughter.

-- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot JSF MARQUIS 127X DSF - PHAF - THF 37 REF BULL 4/2/2010 SH97.7 POLLED EIONMOR MASTERPIECE 36D EIONMOR MARQUIS 86G - PHAF - THF x3986086 EIONMOR CAMELOT RUBY 94T

JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L - DSC - PHAF - THF JSF MARVEL 12U - DS x4142909 JSF MARVEL S15 ET

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RED CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

127X EPD 5 1.4 83 94 19 61 0

ACC EPD ACC .71 ST 7 .23 .77 CW 26 .54 .72 REA 0.36 .33 .72 MB 0.07 .36 .62 FT -0.02 .42 $CEZ 11.88 .62 $BMI 66.35 $F 121.61

JSF Marquis 127X5.

An outcross sire of phenotype and calving ease. He has an impressive set of bred heifers in the 2017 Maternal Legends sale offering.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

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lot SULL CYCLONE 8242 ET DSF - PHAF - THF x4144895 38 REF BULL 4/28/2008 SH96.9 POLLED RED 8242 PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND CF TRUMP X -DSF - PHAF - THF *x3909231 NPS MIRAGE 544 ET - PHAF - THC

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET -DSF - PHAF - THF NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF 4021066 NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET - PHAF - THF

EPD -3 6.3 69 95 19 54 -3

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ACC EPD ACC .70 ST 1 .38 .71 CW 35 .53 .70 REA -0.21 .19 .70 MB -0.07 .20 .69 FT -0.03 .21 $CEZ -13.35 .69 $BMI 89.89 $F 57.95

A full sib to legendary breed sires CF Solution, SULL Right Direction and also national champion females, SULL Rose Mary 636, SULL Red Rose Mary, and HD Ruby 903

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET DSC - PHAF - THF 39 REF BULL 1/9/2007 SH94.5 POLLED ROAN PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF *x3909231 CF CARMELE NG NG 158X

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET - DSC - PHAF - THF 4037424 HR MONA LISA W684Y

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253T EPD -6 6.0 50 64 12 38 -2

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ACC EPD ACC .82 ST -1 .29 .83 CW 16 .58 .81 REA -0.27 .23 .81 MB -0.03 .24 .80 FT -0.06 .27 $CEZ -16.11 .80 $BMI 73.14 $F 49.15

An elite direct son of CF Trump and a maternal brother to SULL Asset.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot CSF EVOLUTION HC DSF - PHAF - THF 40 REF BULL 3/3/2014 AR97.9 SCURRED K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET - DSF - PHAF - THF FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY - DSF - PHAF - THF x4141432 K-KIM MEG 270N ET - DSC - PHAF - THF CF SOLUTION X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET x4185834 BOY SWEET CAROLINE 070X ET - DSF - PHAF - THF

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ROAN CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

48 EPD 9 1.2 63 72 12 43 -3

ACC EPD ACC .41 ST 4 .17 .52 CW 13 .28 .32 REA -0.16 .05 .31 MB 0.05 .09 .23 FT -0.04 .11 $CEZ 31.62 .25 $BMI 117.98 $F 57.10

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-1380

lot SULL MUSCLE MAN 9043 DSC - PHAF - THF 41 REF BULL 2/18/2009 SH100 HORNED ROAN CF TRUMP X - DSF - PHAF - THF CF SOLUTION X ET- DSF - PHAF - THF x4072518 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 - PHAF - THF JM VORTEC ET - DSC - PHAF - THF RL CUMBERLAND 5N35 - DSC - PHAF - THF 4115498 WHR CUMBERLAND FR29 ET - PHAF - THF

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

4157800

9043 EPD -3 5.0 54 74 22 49 -7

ACC EPD ACC .66 ST 1 .29 .73 CW 22 .49 .64 REA 0.00 .13 .62 MB -0.08 .14 .55 FT -0.05 .15 $CEZ -8.56 .56 $BMI 78.98 $F 50.79

A proven site of mass and mobility. He is also a maternal sib to SULL Red Reward 9321.

- Consignor: Sullivan Farms, 402-650-138

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lot BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF - PHAF - THF 42a REF BULL 2/10/2015 SH100 POLLED

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lot BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF - PHAF - THF 42B REF BULL 2/10/2015 SH100 POLLED

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ROAN

5B10

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lot BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF - PHAF - THF 42C REF BULL 2/10/2015 SH100 POLLED

x4224565

ROAN

5B10

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lot BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF - PHAF - THF 42D REF BULL 2/10/2015 SH100 POLLED JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L - DSC - PHAF - THF JSF MCCOY 39Z - DSF - PHAF - THF x4190259 WR SHADOW MO 644 - DSF - PHAF - THF JSF GAUGE 137W - DSF - PHAF - THF BYLAND JENNY 3G33 x4204754 BYLAND JENNY 1RW32

x4224565

ROAN CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

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5B10 EPD ACC EPD ACC 16 .41 ST 4 .23 -1.3 .51 CW -4 .31 50 .33 REA 0.3 .16 49 .36 MB -0.28 .18 27 .22 FT -0.11 .28 52 $CEZ 59.64 9 .24 $BMI 169.22 $F 48.25

- Consignor: Byland Polled Shorthorns, 419-651-0501 x4206214 lot LEVELDALE RINGO 337A DSF - PHAF - THF 43a REF BULL 3/26/2013 SH100 POLLED RED W/ WHITE MARKS 337A SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 5 x4206214 lot LEVELDALE RINGO 337A DSF - PHAF - THF 43b REF BULL 3/26/2013 SH100 POLLED RED W/ WHITE MARKS 337A SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R - DSF - PHAF - THF STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y - DSF - PHAF - THF x4176051 DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U - DSF - PHAF - THF PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET - DSF - PHAF - THF LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U - PHAF - THF 4151301 EF ROSEWOOD 1193 - PHAF - THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

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EPD 11 0.7 63 84 14 45 2

ACC EPD ACC .53 ST 9 .25 .7 CW 20 .47 .59 REA -0.22 .22 .6 MB -0.24 .26 .32 FT -0.03 .35 $CEZ 36.28 .33 $BMI 110.15 $F 54.21

- Consignor: PAINT VALLEY Farms, 330-231-6834

lot SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET DSF - PHAF - THF 44A REF BULL 4/18/2009 SH87.5 POLLED ROAN

*xAR49219

9329

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lot SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET DSF - PHAF - THF 44B REF BULL 4/18/2009 SH87.5 POLLED ROAN

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9329

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lot SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET DSF - PHAF - THF 44C REF BULL 4/18/2009 SH87.5 POLLED ROAN

HAA CONTENDER 243P- PHAC - THF TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T - DSF - PHAF - THF *xMA377219 HALL’S ENCHANTRESS 38M - PHAF - THF KL DOUBLE DUTY 6294 - DSF - PHAF - THF KL MARIGOLD MARIA 974 - DSF - PHAF - THF x4012729 KL MARIGOLD MARIA 784

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

*xAR49219

9329 EPD ACC EPD ACC 9 .80 ST 2 .21 -0.1 .82 CW -1 .57 39 .78 REA 0.19 .28 49 .78 MB -0.26 .30 15 .75 FT -0.07 .39 34 $CEZ 35.53 5 .76 $BMI 102.47 $F 42.47

- Consignor: JUNGELS SHORTHORN Farms, 701-238-4362

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lot SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z DSF - PHAF - THF 45A REF BULL 5/3/2012 SH100 POLLED ROAN

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AEN 173Z

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lot SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z DSF - PHAF - THF 45B REF BULL 5/3/2012 SH100 POLLED ROAN

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AEN 173Z

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lot SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z DSF - PHAF - THF 45C REF BULL 5/3/2012 SH100 POLLED ROAN Saskvalley Outlaw 173Z daughters that sold in Durham Nation ‘17 sale.

SASKVALLEY PIONEER 126P - DSF -PHAF - THF SASKVALLEY INNOVATION 131X *xCAM475237 SASKVALLEY DARLING 227T EIONMOR IDEAL 69R STAR P JODY ROSE 5X *xCAF687687 STAR P JODY ROSE 11R

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

x4210008

AEN 173Z EPD 13 0.4 60 67 14 44 7

ACC EPD ACC .53 ST 8 .22 .64 CW 9 .42 .51 REA -0.12 .13 .51 MB -0.03 .15 .36 FT -0.03 .25 $CEZ 44.35 .37 $BMI 137.51 $F 54.83

- Consignor: JUNGELS SHORTHORN Farms, 701-238-4362

lot JDMC BIG SKY 15X DSF - PHAF - THF 46A REF BULL 2/11/2010 SH100 POLLED

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WHITE

15X

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lot JDMC BIG SKY 15X DSF - PHAF - THF 46B REF BULL 2/11/2010 SH100 POLLED

x4167752

WHITE

15X

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lot JDMC BIG SKY 15X DSF - PHAF - THF 46C REF BULL 2/11/2010 SH100 POLLED SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J - THF SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M - DSF - PHAF - THF x4144181 SASKVALLEY BRENDA 218K

2017 NWSS, Reserve Champion Purebred Pen of Five, all sired by Big Sky.

EIONMOR MARQUIS 86G - PHAF - THF S ROCKSIE’S MARQUIS 3590 x4091632 S MISS EAGLE 6330

SELLING 1 PACKAGE OF 10

x4167752

WHITE CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM

15X EPD 9 1.8 81 94 18 58 8

ACC EPD ACC .61 ST 15 .17 .67 CW 27 .46 .58 REA -0.42 .20 .58 MB 0.10 .23 .51 FT 0.01 .33 $CEZ 25.24 .52 $BMI 148.13 $F 65.36

- Consignor: JUNGELS SHORTHORN Farms, 701-238-4362

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Notes

ASA Disclosure of Genetic Conditions and Performance Data

1. The seller is responsible for disclosure of all known Genetic Conditions at the time of sale. The seller should display in the catalog all Genetic Conditions known to the breed at the time of cataloging. For each

animal Genetic Conditions should be displayed in the same format as on the original registration paper or disclosed in a separate box or prominent place for buyers to be notified of the results (both free or carrier status) from testing for Genetic Conditions. 2. The buyer assumes all risk associated with the purchase of known and unknown Genetic Conditions of carrier animals. (Provided the seller has disclosed all Shorthorn Genetic Conditions known to the seller and /or to the Shorthorn breed at the time of sale) 1. The Seller is not responsible for any new Genetic Conditions that may be determined or discovered by the ASA after the time of sale for any animal or genetic material. 2. The seller should print in the catalog all EPDs and accuracies for each EPD trait and all breed indexes on each animal selling. This information should be presented in a standardized manner as seen in sire summaries or breed EPD information released by ASA. This performance information should be the latest and most actuate data at the time the catalog is printed, providing the animal qualifies to have EPDs attached to their registered pedigree. Any other pertinent performance data such as BW, WW, YW or Carcass Data that is available should be added to the performance listing in the catalog at the seller’s discretion. 3. Special logos with letter terminologies will be given to breeder’s sales and / or individual lots in a sale that make it a priority to test and disclose all Genetic Conditions. a. GCF (Genetic Condition Free) –A sale offering or an individual lot that has tested or found animals to be pedigree free of any Genetic Conditions for all animals and/or genetic material represented in the sale. b. GCT (Genetic Condition Tested) – A sale offering or individual lot that has tested all animals that may be potential Genetic Condition carriers and the results of those tests are displayed in the appropriate manner for all animals that may be at risk as a Genetic Condition carrier. This means that all possible Genetic Condition Carriers are identified according to the descriptions in paragraph 1 under Disclosure of Genetic Conditions and Performance Data. There may be carrier animals or genetic material selling but they have been tested and are disclosed and all potential animals and / or genetic material at risk to be a carrier have been tested and the results disclosed. c. CAP (Complies with All Performance listing) – A sale offering or an individual lot that Complies with All Performance listings of all Shorthorn EPD traits with accuracies and indexes in the appropriate standardized manner as described in paragraph 4 above under Disclosure of Genetic Conditions and Performance Data.

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Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Senior Champion Female, was SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. She also claimed the title of Bred & Owned Grand Champion Shorthorn Female.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Reserve Senior Champion Female, was CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET, exhibited by Mark Inskeep of Lafayette, Ind.

On Sunday, November 12, 2017, Shorthorn Junior exhibited the females to Judge Jeff Gooden of Lone Jack, MO. Gooden evaluated a total of 153 females during the Junior Purebred Show at the NAILE. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Senior Champion Female honors went to SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET, owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, 56

Iowa. She also claimed the title of B&O Grand Champion Female. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Reserve Senior Champion Female was CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET, owned by Mark Inskeep of Lafayette, Ind. B&O Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & B&O Junior Heifer Calf Champion was SFF Nebraska Queen 701 EV, owned by

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Miller Smith of Pendleton, Ind. Division Winners: Junior Shorthorn Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET, David Smith, Boulder, Colo. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SS Destinys Halo 796, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D. B&O Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SS Destinys Halo 796, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D. B&O Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Athenna Princess’s Warrior 1190, Mya Hetrick, Fremont, Ohio. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET, Jacob Nikkel, McPhearson, Kan. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET, Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind. B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Kane Red Reba 613E, Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LBT Cindy Beauty 1722 ET, Logan Test, Cedarville, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET, Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Max Rosa 725 RR X ET, Sara Sullivan. B&O Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET, Gavin Cender, Mahomet, Ill. Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET, Elley Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - AF SL Revival 1648, Cyrus Kornegay, Tulsa, Okla. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Champion - VSC Destiny Best Asset 57, Molly Williams, Gamaliel, Ky. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - MBS Sunshine’s Reward 1608, Clayton Miller, Beecher City, Ill. Intermediate Champion Female CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - Fancy As Hale PAH 116, Blake Pillars, Martin, Mich. B&O Intermediate Champion Female - BRH CLF Proud Fool 1620, Ben Harner, Xenia, Ohio. B&O Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - M-L FHF Princess Madison, Wilson Matthews, Cartersville, Ga.


Junior Champion Female - CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, Jake Nikkel, McPherson, Kan. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET, Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. B&O Junior Champion Female - MM Robjoy Lily 3Z 80D, Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill. B&O Reserve Junior Champion Female - LGF Ruby’s Hot Emerald, John Gellerman, Petersburg, Ill. B&O Reserve Senior Champion Female - PRNL Simply Southern 120, Anna Parnell, Stanton, Ala. Junior Shorthorn Female Class Placings:

Late Spring Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) SS Destiny’s Halo 796 exhibited by Samantha Schrag; 2) RSF Zoey 1E exhibited by Anna Parnell; 3) Little Cedar Lakota Rose 1722 exhibited by Katie Francisco. Late Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET exhibited by David Smith; 2) R-C Proud Athena 703 ET exhibited by Piper Campbell; 3) JAMS Patsy 3 exhibited by Belle Brautigam. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (9 entries): 1) Little Cedar Rose Mary 1718 ET exhibited by Charlie Sutherland; 2) ) LCCC WF Final Rosette 1704 exhibited by Kelsey Francisco; 3) CF HHF Margie 799 HC X ET exhibited by Kevin Hesser. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (10 entries): 1) MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) Kane Red Reba 613E exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 3) CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 782 SOL ET exhibited by Ryan Wickard. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 780 SOL X ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 2) CSF Myrtle Bo 705 exhibited by Rosemary Thompson; 3) CF CSF Rosemary 773 RK X ET exhibited by Emily Dahse. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (10 entries): 1) CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) KSD CSF Sarah’s Lucky Charm 417 ET exhibited by Skylar Ward.; 3) CF SF Demi 760 HC X ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep. Junior Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) SULL Grand Rose Mary 7025E ET exhibited by Colten Anderson; 2) BRH

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B&O Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and B&O Junior Heifer Calf Champion, was SFF Nebraska Queen 701 EV, owned by Miller Smith of Pendleton, Ind.

Proud Fool 1720 exhibited by Caroline Winter; 3) TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET exhibited by Gavin D Cender. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF CSF Max Rosa 725 RR X ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) CF HHF Margie 720 HC X ET exhibited by Cole Whisman; 3) MM Annadelle 28E ET exhibited by Clayton Poppe. Junior Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) SFF Nebraska Queen 701 EV exhibited by Miller Smith; 3) SULL Dream Only 7188E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Winter Heifer Calves – (12 entries): 1) CF Max Rosa 6135 TP ET exhibited by Madalyn Rankin; 2) GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET exhibited by Collin Britton; 3) Bowman Delilah B607 exhibited by Sarah Parker. Senior Heifer Calves – (13 entries): 1) CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET exhibited by Elley Inskeep; 2) AF SL Revival 1648 exhibited by Cyrus Kornegay; 3) WHR Queen Of Hearts 6923 ET exhibited by Alexis Hanson. Summer Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) SULL Dream Lady 6969D ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) M-L FHF Princess Madison exhibited by Wilson Matthews; 3) Smoketown Rama Razz exhibited by Kolton & Danny Powell. Late Spring Yearling Females – (12 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET exhibited by Adrianne Trennepohl; 2) Fancy As Hale PAH 116 exhibited by Blake Pillars; 3) RHS Eldorado Queen 5246 ET exhibited by Alexis Hanson. Early Spring Yearling Females – (9 entries): 1) LGF Ruby’s Hot Emerald exhibited by John Gellerman; 2) SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 3) SULL Crystal’s Lucy 6598D ET exhibited by Kayla Fogg. Early Spring Yearling Females – (11 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 3) SULL Bo’s Reward 6325D ET exhibited by Karli Berkheimer. Junior Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) SULL Mrytle Bo 6118D ET exhibited by Aaron Lay; 3) PRNL Simply Southern 120 exhibited by Anna Parnell. Junior Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) BOY Cumberland Q 605 ET exhibited by Brandee Painter; 3) SULL Rose Mary 6056D ET exhibited by Stetson Klise. Senior Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) DKSN Muhl Mirage 1027T exhibited by Zach Meyer; 2) SMFC Ginger Snap exhibited by Emily Johnson. = 57


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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET, exhibited by David Smith, Boulder, Colo.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion & B&O Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, SS Destinys Halo 796, exhibited by Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET, exhibited by Jacob Nikkel, McPhearson, Kan.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, MFS Simply Diva The Roo 30E ET, exhibited by Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind.

B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, LBT Cindy Beauty 1722 ET, exhibited by Logan Test, Cedarville, Ohio.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET, exhibited by Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, CF CSF Max Rosa 725 RR X ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

B&O Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET, exhibited by Gavin Cender, Mahomet, Ill.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion, CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET, exhibited by Elley Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, AF SL Revival 1648, exhibited by Cyrus Kornegay, Tulsa, Okla.

Intermediate Champion Female, CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, exhibited by Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, Fancy As Hale PAH 116, exhibited by Blake Pillars, Martin, Mich.

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B&O Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, M-L FHF Princess Madison, exhibited by Wilson Matthews, Cartersville, Ga.

Junior Champion Female, CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, Jake Nikkel, McPherson, Kan.

Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET, Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb.

B&O Junior Champion Female, MM Robjoy Lily 3Z 80D, exhibited by Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill.

B&O Reserve Junior Champion Female, LGF Ruby’s Hot Emerald, exhibited by John Gellerman, Petersburg, Ill.

Pictures not available: B&O Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Athenna Princess’s Warrior 1190, exhibited by Mya Hetrick, Fremont, Ohio.

B&O Senior Heifer Calf Champion, VSC Destiny Best Asset 57, exhibited by Molly Williams, Gamaliel, Ky. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, MBS Sunshine’s Reward 1608, exhibited by Clayton Miller, Beecher City, Ill.

B&O Reserve Senior Champion Female, PRNL Simply Southern 120, exhibited by Anna Parnell, Stanton, Ala.

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B&O Intermediate Champion Female, BRH CLF Proud Fool 1620, exhibited by Ben Harner, Xenia, Ohio.

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NAILE Junior ShorthornPlus Show Judge: Chuck Lemenager, Clifton, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Junior Champion Female, was KOLT Blue The Roo 940, exhibited by Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. She also claimed the Bred & Owned Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female title.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Champion Female, was SULL Tamale TOO 6000D ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. She also claimed the Bred & Owned Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female title.

On Saturday, November 11, 2017, Chuck Lemenager took his time to evaluate the 51 ShorthornPlus Females in the Junior ShorthornPlus Show at the NAILE. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Champion Female was KOLT Blue The Roo exhibited by Kane Aegerter of Seward, Neb. She also claimed the title of the B&O Grand 60

Champion ShorthornPlus Female. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Champion Female was SULL Tamale Too 6000D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Also claiming the B&O Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female title. Division Winners: Junior ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions:

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Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Smokin Tamale 7988E ET, Dawson Minor, Bondurant, Iowa. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SULL Crystal’s Lucy 7211E ET, Mike Brown, Middleville, Mich. B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - JAMS Mona Minnie, Emily Brautigam, Sidney, Ohio. B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Monopolys Star 01, Zane Conley, Springfield, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET, Addison Walther, Centerville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SULL Watchout Crystal 7030E ET, Sara Sullivan. B&O Junior Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Watchout Crystal 7030E ET, Sara Sullivan. B&O Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LIL Red, Case Poole, Fort Valley, Ga. Senior Heifer Calf Champion BOY Brandi Wine D692, David Smith, Boulder, Colo. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - OLSN Midnight Ruby 3252 11D ET, Lindsey Mogg, Sumner, Mich. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Champion - WayMar UT Aunt Erica 112, Alyson Utegg, Grand Ridge, Ill. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - WAG Stella, Tanner Curtin, Oxford, Iowa. Intermediate Champion Female - Steck Katie C 606 ET, Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - Elsa 15D, Holly Barga, Rossburg, Ohio. B&O Intermediate Champion Female - DTR Mona Lisa 645D, Josie Heter, Raymond, Kan. Reserve Junior Champion Female - Steck WLK Jenny 627D ET, Mason Walker. Reserve Senior Champion Female - SULL Lady Crystal’s Judy 6997D ET, Katie Mize, North Manchester, Ind. Junior ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) SULL Smokin Tamale 7988E ET exhibited by Dawson Minor; 2) SULL Crystal’s Lucy 7211E ET exhibited by Mike Brown; 3) Minges Ten Queens 239E ET exhibited by Kayla Fogg.


Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SULL Crystal’s Lucy 7211E ET, exhibited by Mike Brown, Middleville, Mich.

B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, JAMS Mona Minnie, exhibited by Emily Brautigam, Sidney, Ohio.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET, exhibited by Addison Walther, Centerville, Ind.

B&O Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, LIL Red, exhibited by Case Poole, Fort Valley, Ga.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion, BOY Brandi Wine D692, exhibited by David Smith, Boulder, Colo.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, OLSN Midnight Ruby 3252 11D ET, exhibited by Lindsey Mogg, Sumner, Mich.

B&O Senior Heifer Calf Champion, WayMar UT Aunt Erica 112, exhibited by Alyson Utegg, Grand Ridge, Ill.

Intermediate Champion Female, Steck Katie C 606 ET, exhibited by Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) SULL Crystal’s Delight 7004E ET exhibited by Addison Walther; 2) SULL Watchout Crystal 7030E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) CF Tamale 745 RD X ET exhibited by Paige Wickard. Winter Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) Cinderella Cindy RC BRCC exhibited by Addison Campbell; 2) A&D Damn Stout ET exhibited by Haley Frazier; 3) WayMar UT Aunt Erica 112 exhibited by Alyson Utegg. Senior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) BOY Brandi Wine D692 exhibited by David Smith; 2) OLSN Midnight Ruby 3252 11D ET exhibited by Lindsey Mogg; 3) WAG Stella exhibited by Tanner Curtin. Summer Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) MM Patsy MSC 111D exhibited by Clayton Poppe; 2) IFS Blue Mattis M1D exhibited by Molly Williams. Late Spring Yearling Females –

(6 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 606 ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 2) Elsa 15D exhibited by Holly Barga; 3) SHOUF Revivals Moon 1617 exhibited by Staton Bowman. Early Spring Yearling Females – (8 entries): 1) KOLT Blue The Roo exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 2) SULL Crystal’s Lucy 6483D ET exhibited by Tyler Saunders; 3) SBF Liberty 16 exhibited by Cowen McKelvey. Early Spring Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) Steck WLK Jenny 627D ET exhibited by Mason Walker; 2) SULL Crystal’s Style 6998 ET exhibited by Kyle Piscone; 3) SULL Who Dat Righteous ET exhibited by Wyatt Hancock. Junior Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) SULL Tamale TOO 6000D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) ) SULL Crystal’s Judy 6997D ET exhibited by Katie Mize; 3) SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis. =

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Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Smokin Tamale 7988E ET, exhibited by Dawson Minor, Bondurant, Iowa.

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L O U I S V = Tartan Plaid Shorthorn Lassie I National Annual Meeting L L E Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, Elsa 15D, exhibited by Holly Barga, Rossburg,Ohio.

Reserve Junior Champion Female, Steck WLK Jenny 627D ET, exhibited by Mason Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

Reserve Senior Champion Female, SULL Lady Crystal’s Judy 6997D ET, exhibited by Katie Mize, North Manchester, Ind.

Pictures not available: B&O Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Monopolys Star 01, exhibited by Zane Conley, Springfield, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion & B&O Junior Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Watchout Crystal 7030E ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan. B&O Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, WAG Stella, exhibited by Tanner Curtin, Oxford, Iowa. B&O Intermediate Champion Female, DTR Mona Lisa 645D, exhibited by Josie Heter, Raymond, Kan.

The National Shorthorn Lassie Board met following the annual meeting November 11, 2017. The following officers were elected: President: Shay Bakenhus Vice Pres: Megan Dragstrem Secretary: Sydney Miller Treasurer: Pam Dressen Publicity: Macy Bakenhus Queen Chairs: Elaine Dragstrem & Gwen Crawford At large: Angel Dornak & MaLaine Strope

The National Lassie’s are pleased to announce your new Lassie Queens: Callie Prochaska from Oklahoma will be serving as your National Lassie Queen and Hannah Olsen from Wisconsin will

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be serving as your Alternate National Lassie Queen. Both girls show a great interest in the Shorthorn breed and we are certain will represent the Shorthorn breed well! In other news, the Lassies are once again happy to announce that the Lassie Princess Hour and Lassie 101 programs were a huge success at the Jr National Show held this past July. The Lassie Tea has become a big part of Jr. Nationals and we believe it is something that the younger set looks forward to every year. The Jr. Board was kind enough to include the Lassie lots in their annual “Deck the Stalls” fundraiser this year and it went very well! Thank you Jr. Board members and Shelby for including us! For the upcoming year, the National Queens

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Shay National Shorthorn Bakenhus Lassie President

will have a donation lot in the Summit Sale at Denver to help cover their travel expenses and will also be selling 50/50 raffle tickets with the profits going to the National Lassie Association. The board will work together to donate items to both the “Leading a Legacy” and “Deck the Stalls” fundraisers in the coming year. We want to take this opportunity to thank the National Shorthorn Board, The Shorthorn Foundation and the Shorthorn community at large for your support this year and every year! Without your generous gifts and enthusiasm for the Lassies, we could not continue this scholarship program! Look for your National Queens at the Denver Stock Show and the Lassie Booth “In The Yards”! =


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American Shorthorn Association 2017 Annual Meeting - Forum & Awards Banquet The 2017 ASA Annual Meeting – Forum & Awards Banquet had a great attendance of Shorthorn members during the two-day event at Harrah’s Hotel & Casino in Kansas City, Missouri. Friday, December 1, started with the breakout sessions led by the ASA staff. Matt Woolfolk shared how members could build better performance data in the herd. Heather Lange & Rochelle Wilson explained the ASA registry and DNA policies while answering member questions. Shelby Rogers described the opportunities ASA provides to breeders to market Shorthorn cattle and Amy Sampson of Shorthorn Country spoke about advertising with the magazine. Emily Velisek informed state association leaders how to become an ambassador for the Shorthorn breed. After the breakout sessions, members were invited to attend committee meetings. The ASA Genetic Evaluation Committee, ASA Commercial Acceptance Committee, ASA ShorthornPlus/Composite Committee and ASA Promotion Committee had great groups of members eager to learn and participate. The new ASA 150th anniversary committee had an exceptional group of members who are enthusiastic to assist in the planning of the 150th anniversary of the ASA that takes place in 2022. On Saturday, December 2, Dr. Bob Weaber of Kansas State University, spoke

about the importance of heterosis and presented dollar figures to emphasize the value of using it in your herd. Matt Woolfolk followed by explaining selection indices to the membership. Patrick Wall, Iowa State University Beef Specialist, then described the new $Fescue that was recently released. Dr. Mark Johnson of Oklahoma State University, spoke of the value of using performance data and visual phenotype when making herd decisions. The panel of Dr. Larry Keuhn, US MARC, Douglas Olsen, Olsen Ranches, and Jeff Gooden, Valley Oaks Feeders Operations Manager, moderated by Bryce Schumann engaged the attendees. There were many great questions from membership answered by the panel of speakers. Bryce gave a great wrap-up presentation and encourage members to take what they learned and share with other breeders. After the forum of speakers, the annual meeting was in session. The ASA auditor gave a financial report and told attendees that the association is in great condition financially. Montie D. Soules gave the state of the association report. The highlights of his report being the senior membership has a 14 percent increase in paid membership this calendar year, 19 percent increase in junior membership for the fiscal year, 13 percent increase in new junior membership for the calendar year, and 26 percent

Shelby director of youth activities, Rogers director of marketing & communications

increase in WHR assessments for the calendar year. There were 53 delegates from 28 states that represented 92 percent of the paid membership in attendance to vote for directors. Marty Loving and Mark Gordon retired from the board, Nancy Grathwohl-Heter was up for re-election, Joe Bales and Dave Greenhorn were running as new board members. Nancy, Joe and Dave were elected to serve on the board for the next three years. After the election of the new board members, the board voted on new officers. James Freed was elected as the new president, Rick Leone was elected as vice-president, and Ed Kruse will continue to serve as the executive director. That evening there were more than 120 people in attendance for the awards banquet. Members were recognized for Century Club, Pacer Performance Awards and Show Awards. The new Shorthorn Merit Award was presented to Larry Cundiff. The new Heritage Awards were presented to Kenneth Rogers Bridges, Rocky Branch Shorthorns and Don Hutzel. The Builder of the Breed was awarded to John Sullivan and Laurence Pathy. Thank you to all those who attended this event and congratulations to those who were recognized. We can’t wait to see everyone back in Kansas City next year! =

Board of Directors

New ASA Board of Directors for the 2018 year. Front Row Left to Right:

Ed Kruse, Executive Director James Freed, President Rick Leone, Vice President Nancy Grathwohl-Heter Back Row Left to Right:

Joe Bales Tom Turner Robert Alden Dave Greenhorn Hugh Mooney Montie D. Soules, ASA Executive Secretary/CEO

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Century Club Awards

The Century Club Award is given to breeders with 100 registrations or more.

Farm/Name, Number of Registrations Stangl Shorthorns Loving Polled Shorthorns Sullivan Farms Jungels Shorthorn Farm Waukaru Farms Inc. Martindell Farms LLC. Dale Studer Family Byland Hugh W Moore Jr & Sons Paint Valley Farms Peak View Ranch Inc.

253 registered 242 registered 241 registered 202 registered 182 registered 161 registered 148 registered 138 registered 116 registered 111 registered 101 registered Century Club Honorees

Pacer Performance Awards

In 2016 we had 132 animals with 65 owners that qualified for PACER Performance Awards. The list of these were printed in the December Shorthorn Country. Pictured are those who were present to receive their award.

13-4 qualified animals

2-3 qualified animals

1 qualified animal

Membership Award

Recognized was Leemon Stock Farm for over 100 years of membership with ASA.

Leemon Stock Farm

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Show Awards

This year there are 18 Regional winners with 14 Runner-Up heifers and bulls.

Region, Animal Name, Owner North Central Region

Shorthorn Female of the Year: AF Mirage 1604, Haley Alden Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year: BK Love 1616, Bailey Klise Shorthorn Bull of the Year: K’s Home Brew, Robert & Beverly Alden & Kohlstaedt Farms Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year: MM Smack Down 103 114C, Clayton Poppe ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: DMW Black Cherri, DAV MAR WAY Farms

North Central Region

Southeast Region

Southeast Region Shorthorn Female of the Year: Turner’s GCC Margie ET, Mattie Williams Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year: SULL Lavish, Craig Bratcher Shorthorn Bull of the Year: CLF Fooln’ Around 1401 ET, Cedar Lane Farm Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year: MFK Hot Rebel 26K X, Wesley Maurice Korthaus ShorthornPlus Bull of the Year: MAV Desclosure 517C , Lucas Stock Farm

Northeast Region Shorthorn Female of the Year: SULL Dream Lady 5445C ET, Kinley Kreis Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year: SULL Cherri Moon 5993C ET, Kathy Lehman Shorthorn Bull of the Year: TRNR Brillance 106, Turner Shorthorns Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year: Key Ridge Tace 418, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: SULL Demi’s Style 5369 ET, Abbie Collins ShorthornPlus Bull of the Year: BFC Can’t Touch This 114, Brandywine Farms Cattle Company

South Central Region Shorthorn Female of the Year: WHR SRVM Cecilia 5919 ET, Kyle Jones Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year: JCC Lisa HC ET, Jeepetta Cattle Company Shorthorn Bull of the Year: LUCAS CCF Route 66, Crow Creek Farms Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year: CCF JJ Zeus C11D, Crow Creek Farms & Double J Ranch ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: (tie) JCC Bella C146, Jeepetta Cattle Company Lane’s Bunny I-80, Ryan Lane Runner-Up ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: (tie) CASH LF Anabell ET, Darci Cash CASH-FARMS CN Ginger, Shane Carlisle ShorthornPlus Bull of the Year: AF Double Wide, Crow Creek Farms Runner-Up ShorthornPlus Bull of the Year: CASH LF Megatron ET, Darci Cash

West Region Shorthorn Female of the Year: LC Princess 1837, Don Cardey Runner-Up Shorthorn Female of the Year: LC Welcome Lady 893, Don Cardey Shorthorn Bull of the Year: LC Gold Label 1474, Don Cardey Runner-Up Shorthorn Bull of the Year: LC Gold Label 1269, Don Cardey ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: Frosty, Cook Cattle Company Runner-Up ShorthornPlus Female of the Year: MMC Miss Collins 174D, Molly Cooksey

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South Central Region Northeast Region

National ShorthornPlus Female of the Year KOLT Blue the Roo 940 owned by Kane Aegerter National ShorthornPlus Bull of the Year DTR Buzz 612D owned by DTR Cattle Company National Shorthorn Female of the Year SULL Dream On 5158 ET owned by Sara Sullivan National Shorthorn Bull of the Year SULL RGLC Legacy 525ET owned by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns & Sullivan Farms


The Shorthorn Merit Award The Shorthorn Merit Award will recognize individuals that are not Shorthorn breeders who support and promote the cattle industry. This award honors those beef cattle industry leaders who have specifically assisted and had a positive influence on the Shorthorn breed. These individuals have been exceptional supporters and dedicated friends of the Shorthorn breed for many years.

The Shorthorn Heritage Award The Shorthorn Heritage Award recognizes Shorthorn members who have shown exceptional leadership for Shorthorn activities in a state or regional area. These honorees are persons that have shown exceptional passion in all areas of the breed. Award recipients have promoted the breed by taking leadership roles within their respective geographical areas. They are individuals that can be given credit to helping with the longterm success of the breed at any level. They have attended functions, been a mainstay, and have shown their passion and love for the breed and the people in the breed. A Heritage Award winner is a true Shorthorn enthusiast who has positively impacted the breed to the benefit of all Shorthorn breeders.

Dr. Larry Cundiff Larry Cundiff was reared on a livestock and grain farm near Abilene, Kansas. He and his wife have a son, two daughters, and seven grandchildren. Larry received a B.S. degree in Animal Science at Kansas State University in 1961 and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at Oklahoma State University in 1964 and 1966. From 1966 to 1967, he was Assistant Professor of Animal Science at the University of Kentucky. In 1967 he joined the United States Department of Agriculture as a Research Geneticist. He conducted beef cattle breeding research and was Coordinator of Regional Research Project NC-1 (1967-1988) located at the University of Nebraska from 1967 to 1973 and at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center, Clay Center, NE from 1973- to 2007. At the USMARC, he was an important member of a team of scientists that impacted genetic improvement programs,

choice of breeds, crossbreeding systems and composite populations used for beef production in the United States and other countries. His colleagues included Drs. Gregory, Dickerson, Koch, and Van Vleck and many key scientists, staff and graduate students at the USMARC, University of Nebraska, and other cooperating institutions. Dr. Cundiff was leader of a heterosis project evaluating effects of heterosis over four generations of systematic crossing of Herefords, Angus and Shorthorn cattle. Results from this program had a major influence on use of crossbreeding globally to utilize heterosis and reduce cost of beef production. Dr. Cundiff also served 32 years as leader of a comprehensive Germplasm Evaluation Program to characterize performance of 37 diverse breeds of beef cattle. Results from this research have impacted choice of breeds used in beef production in the U.S. and other countries. Data from this ongoing program provided the basis for across-breed EPD’s (expected progeny differences) used widely to compare animals of different breeds for 25 years. =

Don Hutzel Don Hutzel was born in Cincinnati and raised in the area of southwestern Ohio. His father was the oldest of a large family of brothers. Some of his brothers operated a farm in Warren County where they milked a herd of registered Jersey cattle. One of the official “Elsie” cows was bred there. Hutzel’s love and enthusiasm for purebred cattle began there. Near Hutzel’s homeplace farm was a registered herd of Shorthorn cattle, Landen Farms. He had no experience in showing beef cattle but he was hired to help prepare the show cattle for some local fairs. This is how he got his start with beef cattle. Hutzel enrolled in agriculture at Ohio State. Since he came from an urban/dairy background, he decided he wanted to make a name for himself in the beef cattle world. Hutzel spent his spare time at the beef cattle barns which is how he got to know Herman Purdy. When Herman was hired to transfer to Penn State to improve their beef cattle herds, Hutzel was one of the few students that went to Penn State with Herman. They fitted and showed large numbers of cattle in all three of the major British breeds at state, regional and the International Livestock Exposition. Their most

famous champion was the overall international champion steer, a Shorthorn named Troubadour. After graduation and a short time in the Army, Hutzel took his first real job as herdsman at Acadia Farms, a purebred Shorthorn Farm near Cleveland, Ohio. Shortly after taking the herdsman position, he was offered the manager position. After some hard work and support, they had best 10 head at the International in 1960. During this time, Shorthorn cattle were greatly influenced by Scotch bulls. While at Acadia, Hutzel inherited two bulls, Calrossie Troubadour and Kinellar Napoleon. Much of what was done at Acadia was influenced by these two bulls. After working for an Angus farm for a few years, Hutzel returned to Ohio to launch a career in cattle breeding working for AI companies. Hutzel has had many successes from career, to family and everything in between. He says that he has seen cattle breeding come from the short-legged fat cattle, then giant lean cattle to where it is today. He believes that beef cattle breeding is on target for what the market desires and we now have great genetic tools to keep improving. =

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The Shorthorn Heritage Award

Kenneth Rogers Bridges Kenneth Rogers Bridges grew up as on a 140acre cotton farm in Jackson County Georgia. He started showing beef cattle in 1951 as a member of the local high school FFA Chapter. This experience was his introduction to the Shorthorn breed. In 10th grade, Mr. Bridges decided he wanted to be a teacher of agriculture, and gained a higher education to reach this goal. In 1960, Mr. Bridges became a vocational agriculture teacher and worked with students to develop a strong livestock program with an emphasis on Shorthorn show stock. His 32-year teaching career in vocational agriculture maintained a central theme in promoting Shorthorns as the breed of choice for his students. In 1966, Mr. Bridges purchased the 140-acre farm he was raised on and began his registered Shorthorn herd. He has con-

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Rocky Branch Shorthorns

Rocky Branch Shorthorns began in 1978 when Lee, Joy and Hannah Kerby purchased three registered Shorthorns, a bred cow and two heifers. Joy grew up on a farm in Daisy, Tennessee, that was first a dairy and then a commercial beef cattle operation. Herman Yarnell, Joy’s father, used purebred Shorthorn bulls to cross with Hereford based cows. Dr. Fred Mitchell, breeder of the bulls, saved his best steer each year for Joy to show, fostering a lifelong love of Shorthorns and emphasizing the importance of Junior activities. Lee learned about cattle from the other end of the production chain from a father who had careers as a butcher and federal meat inspector. The log cabin home at Rock Branch Shorthorns shows the deep history of the Shorthorn breed. From the 1822 edition of the Coates Herd Book and Durham Ox print to the first active Shorthorn website, created in 1997, it is obvious the importance Shorthorns play for this family. Oil paintings, prints, books, sculpture, porcelain and stained glass portray an array of Shorthorn heritage and that’s before you’ve even seen the cows. 
In 1986, with the home farm now located inside the city limits and facing encroachment on all sides, Rocky Branch Shorthorns moved to the Paint Rock Valley in Roane County, Tennessee. This farm is part of an original land grant. The old dogtrot house and double pen log barn date back to 1835.
 The Shorthorn herd has grown significantly since the first purchase in 1978, numbering around 60 head, and now consists of primarily home bred cows with sire influence from Glengyron Shorthorns of Australia, Shadybrook Shorthorns and Masonic Homes.
 Lee and Joy have had the pleasure of attending nine World Shorthorn Conferences and are planning on visiting Australia in 2019. Serving as Secretary for the 11th

centrated on the promotion of the breed throughout the Southeastern US and consistently strives to improve his own herd. His cattle have primarily been used for show stock throughout the region and as registered Shorthorn herd starter stock. In 1972, Mr. Bridges was a founding member of the Southeastern Shorthorn Association and served as the President of the organization from 1980-1982. In 1985, he was the Southeastern Delegate to the National Shorthorn Association. In 1992, Mr. Bridges was the top Shorthorn recorder for the State of Georgia. From 2001-2005, Mr. Bridges served as the President of the Jackson County Cattlemen’s Association. Mr. Kenneth Bridges has tirelessly promoted the Shorthorn breed in the Southeastern United States. His cattle have won many championships both in same breed competitions and also against other British breeds combined. He is greatly honored to be here today to receive the Heritage Award from the American Shorthorn Association. =

Shorthorn World Conference held in the US in 2004 provided an opportunity to return some of the outstanding hospitality received on previous trips, renew friendships, and meet and visit with the US breeders whose cooperation made the conference and tour such a success.
 Some other Shorthorn activities they have been involved in include: Secretary of the 11th Shorthorn World Conference organizing committee: Multiple terms as state delegate to annual ASA meeting, ASA committee chair; Multiple terms as ASA committee member; Multiple terms as director of the Tennessee Shorthorn Association; Long time supporter of Junior Shorthorn activities on national (AJSA), regional (Southeast Junior Shorthorn Assoc.), state (Tennessee Junior Shorthorn Assoc.) and local 4-H and FFA activities Hannah lives outside Washington, D.C. She manages the website and computer logistics for Rocky Branch Shorthorns and joined Lee and Joy in welcoming the 11th World Shorthorn Tour to Roane County (where better to raise Shorthorns?) along with her late husband Dave. Hannah holds a Master’s Degree in International Agricultural Development from Texas A&M and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture and Design. As an undergraduate at Duke she was able to obtain a summer internship at the Irish Ministry of Agriculture in Dublin through the Shorthorn connection with Austin Mescal, deputy agriculture minister. The Shorthorn cattle and Shorthorn artifacts at Rocky Branch Shorthorns are important, but the most significant Shorthorn connections are with the people who love and promote this great breed, both here and around the world, now and for the future! They are honored to be named a Heritage Award Winner. =


Builder of the Breed The Builder of the Breed honoree is or has been an active breeder of Shorthorn cattle. This person has true dedication for a lengthy period of time and contributed to the stewardship of the Shorthorn Breed. This award recognizes their efforts in breeding and promoting Shorthorn cattle which have contributed to genetic improvement of the breed. They are also recognized as individuals that have continuously been supporters and promoters for both the Shorthorn breed and the beef cattle industry. Builder of the Breed award winners are recognized for making a lasting impact on our breed.

Laurence Pathy Laurence Pathy graduated with a BA from Princeton University—went on to Law School at New York University. He never practiced law because he went into the family shipping business until he recently retired in 2010. Laurence knew nothing about farming or the cattle business when he acquired his first Shorthorns in 1973, the year he bought Shadybrook Farm. But the Shorthorn breed quickly became an important part of his life. And has remained important in his and his family’s life. He now has a herd of 120 Shorthorn cows. They have been having Production sales at the farm – every two

years—since 1984. Shadybrook Farms have had a number of National Champion bulls and females in Canada. Laurence was a director of the ASA for a total of 12 years. He served for 6 years and after a break served another 6 years. For part of that time he served as the Vice President and as a member of the Executive Committee. Laurence is the only Canadian to have served on the ASA Board. Shadybrook has been honored to have received a Century Club award several times over the years. He has also been a director of the Shorthorn Foundation since 2004. Laurence and his wife Constance have two sons – Mark and Paul with wives Jess and Marie-Michelle, plus 5 grandkids. Paul is now running the family shipping business. Shadybrook Farm is honored to receive the Builder of the Breed Award this year. =

John Sullivan John Sullivan grew up showing cattle with his brother. They showed and taught each other along the way. John’s parents taught them a strong work ethic that has been carried on the rest of his life. His parents supported showing livestock but had a bigger interest in the feedlot and commercial cow-calf operations. In 1989, John and Dede Sullivan established Sullivan Farms and Sullivan Supply in Dunlap, Iowa. Sullivan Farms is currently a 500 head cow calf operation with deep roots in Shorthorn and

ShorthornPlus genetics. Sullivan Farms has marketed genetics to cattlemen in 47 states, Canada and international markets. John and Dede’s daughters, Sara and Sage take a active roll in the cattle operation as well. John is a strong believer in the youth of agriculture and always takes the next step in his support of the youth in the Shorthorn breed and agricultural industry. He offers $20,000 of scholarships each year through Sullivan Supply which really shows his dedication and support of the youth. He says they are the future of our industry so we must support them. John is passionate about the breed and privileged to receive the Builder of the Breed Award. =

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= News & Notes

Farewells

Bruce Franklin Leemon, 41, of Hoopeston, Ill., passed away Friday November 24, 2017 at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Living in Hoopeston, Ill. He was born October 11, 1976, in Hoopeston, Ill., the son of Charles E. and Dixie (Shoemaker) Leemon. He married Courtney Seymour on August 2, 2008. She survives in Hoopeston. He is survived by his parents; two daughters, Isabella and Sophie Leemon both of Hoopeston, Ill.; one sister, Laura (Jeff ) Leemon-McGinnis of Westmin-

ster, Colo.; his paternal grandmother, Elaine Leemon of Hoopeston, Ill.; six nieces and nephews, Caleb, Hannah, Zoe, Jude, Luke and Mara Seymour and many cousins, Katrina and Twyla Watkins, Jeremy, Melanie, Holly and Matthew Shoemaker, John, Jeff and Adam Barten, Adam and Steve Winzenburger, Matt Payne and Cody, Wes, and Clint Leemon. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Glen and Thelma Shoemaker; paternal grandfather, Charles B. Leemon and three uncles, Kevin Payne, Scott Leemon and Max Watkins. Bruce worked for Champaign Danville Grain Inspection for 20 years. He

was an active member of the Prairie Green Church of Christ where he was currently serving on the church board and was a past president of the board. He was also a member of the Hoopeston Boosters 4-H Club and coached his daughter Isabella’s t-ball and little league teams. Bruce won many awards showing cattle including having Grand Champion Heifer in the Junior Shorthorn Show at the 1989 North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky. Memorials may be made in Bruce’s memory to the Prairie Green Church of Christ 278 N 2800 East Rd, Hoopeston, IL 60942. =

Retraction -

The results published in the December issue of Shorthorn Country, were for the 2017 Wisconsin State Shorthorn

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= Sale Reports Greenhorn Cattle Company’s Where Future Generations Are Created Sale Summary

1 Bull.................................$ 53,000.... avg. $ 53,000 1 Donor Female...............$ 8,750...... avg. $ 8,750 5 Pregnancies....................$ 25,800.... avg. $ 5,160 64 Embryo Pkgs...............$ 167,525. avg. $ 2,618 48 Semen Pkgs.................$ 46,975.... avg. $ 979 Sale Gross $ 301,550

Sunday, November 12, 2017 Louisville, Kentucky Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Manager: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

Again this year, this sale had a tremendous offering of frozen genetics from the breeds top bloodlines. Also, there were again live lots unlike any other that are not offered anywhere else in the sale season. This sale, hosted by Greenhorn Cattle Co., continues to be a leading sale of this type in the Shorthorn Breed. $53,000 - Lot 1 - Bull - SULL Propel 7187E ET. A red, polled, February 22, 2017 son of SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET and out of HD Ruby 903. What a tremendous young sire. Sired by the

five time National Champion Bull Legacy and out of a National Champion dam. Everyone who saw this youngster immediately liked him. He has great dimension from end to end and the depth and bone structure that make him desired by many. Offered by Sullivan Farms, The Propel Group was the winning bidder for this lot. Twenty six breeders purchased semen packages in this great bull. Possession was purchased by Eric Moore of Jerusalem, Ohio. $8,750 - Lot 2 - Donor Female - CF Margie 9105 SOL X ET. A rwm, polled, 2009 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET. One of the leading donor females over the past few years in the breed. Her progeny have continually been top sellers when offered at auction. She carries on the dominance of the Modoc Margie line. Offered by The Farmer Group and purchased by John Vendetta of Raymond, Ohio. $8,400 - Lot 12 - Package of 8 embryos - Sired by CF Solution X ET and out of GCC Augusta Pride 3127. This is a great

mating that is as close to a can’t miss as you will find. This is a great pedigree to build on. Offered by Greenhorn Cattle Co., and Turner Family Shorthorns. Purchased by Tom Keele of Acade, N.Y. $7,600 - Lot 6 - Package of 8 Sexed Heifer Embryos - Sired by SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Red Rosemary -3 ET CL. This is another of the elite matings offered in this sale. A three time National Champion Bull and a NAILE and NWSS Champion Female. The progeny from this mating will be in demand in the future. Offered by Sullivan Farms and purchased by Ripberger and Norman of Sidell, Ill. $7,600 - Lot 24 - Package of 8 Shorthorn Plus Sexed Heifer Embryos. Four sired by Silveiras Style 9303 and four sired by Watchout. All out of SULL Lady Crystal 434P. Very exciting plus embryos here. Out of a great producing female and sired by the popular Style and the National Champion Watchout. Offerd by Sullivan Farms and purchased by Andy Hamann of Grant Park, Ill. =

Kohlstaedt Farms Herd Dispersion Sale Summary

3 Bulls................................$ 14,500.... avg. $ 22 Fall Pairs.......................$ 84,450.... avg. $ 14 Bred Heifers.................$ 42,350.... avg. $ 6 Spring Bred Cows.........$ 16,200.... avg. $ 21 Open Heifers...............$ 49,425.... avg. $ 66 Live Lots....................$ 206,925.avg. $ 2 Embryo Pkgs.................$ 3,420...... avg. $ 16 Semen Pkgs.................$ 7,450...... avg. $ Sale Gross $ 217,795

4,833 3,839 3,025 2,700 2,354 3,135 1,710 466

Sunday, December 3, 2017 Wellington, Mo. Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Manager: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

An excellent crowd gathered on a beautiful Sunday afternoon to be a part of the dispersion of the Kohlstaedt Farms herd. This operation has been a leader in the Shorthorn business in the Midwest for nearly 60 years. It was an opportunity for Shorthorn breeders to share in the hard work and the results if this top breeding program. The cattle offered were readily accepted by the buyers in this snappy sale. $5,750 - Lot 12 - Open Heifer - K & 72

RSF Furry Fox 717 ET. A roan, polled, March 7, 2017 daughter of SULL Red Reward 9321 and out of K-Kim Foxxy 29S. This is one of the best show heifer prospects to sell anywhere this Fall. When you walked through the display pens, you immediately noticed this one. She has the style and dimension to make her a top show heifer and the pedigree to make her a donor prospect. Purchased by Rod Shorthorn Farm of Sublette, Ill. $5,300 - Lot 58 - Fall Heifer Pair K’s Maycie 247 - A rwm, polled, 2012 daughter of Diamond Regal Lefend 4R and out of ML Maycie 047 OF 239 selling with a red, polled, September 9, 2017 heifer calf at side sired by SULL Red Stallion 1335. The Fall Pairs were a feature of this sale and this pair was just outstanding. A really good cow with an exciting young heifer at side. Purchased by John Niebruegge of Kirksville, Mo. $5,100 - Lot 74 - Bull - Lucas Snow Commando 74 ET. A white, polled, May 2015 son of Ball Dee Royal Commando and out of Matlock DW Princess 70P. The bulls in this sale were of the highest quality and in great demand. This big

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guy had been used in this program and is a young sire that has many years of top production ahead of him. Purchased by Haynie Farms of Miami, Mo. $5,000 - Lot 55 - Fall Heifer Pair K’s Maycie 347. A rwm, polled, 2013 daughter of CT Candy Man 4774 ET and out of ML Maycie 047 OF 239 selling with a rwm, polled, November 2, 2017 heifer calf at side sired by RFS Red Alert. Many thought this might be the top cow in this sale. From the Maycie female family that has been a leader in this program for many years. Purchased by James Parnell of Stanton, Ala. $5,000 - Lot 70 - Fall Bull Pair - K’s Maycie 950. A roan, horned, 2009 daughter of CT Candy Man 4774 ET and out of ML Maycie 817 OF 239 selling with a roan, polled, September 28, 2017 bull calf at side sired by RSF Red Alert. Another of the Maycie females that led this sale. This one is a beast. Tremendous body mass and performance. Purchased by Stacey Lewis of Porum, Okla. =


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1 Cow/Calf Pair................$ 5,300...... avg. $ 12 Open Heifers...............$ 37,600.... avg. $ 12 Bred Cows...................$ 35,300.... avg. $ 42 Bred Heifers.................$ 121,450. avg. $ 67 Live Lots....................$ 199,650.avg. $ 14 Semen Pkgs.................$ 10,450.... avg. $ Sale Gross $ 210,100

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Sunday, December 9, 2017 Paint Valley Farms, Millersburg, Ohio Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Manager: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A good crowd gathered at Paint Valley Farms on a pleasant December morning to walk through the pens of sale cattle on display. Offered by Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns, the cattle were of the highest quality in all categories. There was an extremely strong set of bred heifers to choose from. In the snappy auction, bidding was active on all individuals. Cattle were sold to breeders in several state as well as Canada. $6,200 - Lot 19 - Open Heifer - PVF Rose 12E. A roan, polled, February 1, 2017 daughter of Leveldale Ringo 337A and out of PVF Rose 25Y. This was the

leader of a strong set of open heifers in this sale. Ringo was on display and you could see in him why this young lady has the dimension and depth to be a great female in the future. It is seldom you fine one this good offered for sale. Offered by Paint Valley and purchased by Cairns Shorthorns of Amherst, Ohio. $5,100 - Lot 58 - Bred Heifer Byland Augusta Brae 6M46. A roan, polled, March 2016 daughter of JSF McCoy 39Z and out of Byland Augusta Brae 2G22 selling bred to Studer’s Taylor Made for an early Spring 2018 calf. This top bred female was the pick of many at the sale. Out of a Gage daughter, this one has the fleshing ability to go with the look of a brood cow. Offered by Byland and purchased by Brian Bays of Huddleston, Va. $5,100 - Lot 50 - Bred Heifer - Byland Bonnie Bud 6RX31. A rwm, polled, March 2016 daughter of Leveldale Rolex 276Z and out of Byland Bonnie Bud 1R65 selling bred to JSF Gauge for an early Spring 2018 calf. Another of the very popular bred heifers in this sale. She has tremendous performance numbers that make her future as a productive

mother cow one that is exciting. Offered by Byland and purchased by Leroy Foss of Lisbon, N.D. $5,000 - Lot 3 - Bred Cow - Byland Bonnie Bud 3G11. A red, polled, 2013 daughter of JSF Gauge 137W and out of Byland Bonnie Bud 1R65 selling bred to Studer’s Universal for a Spring 2018 calf. This is a top cow that has outstanding EPD numbers across the board. She is in the top 1% of the breed for $BMI, Milk, TM and CEM. What a breeding piece. Offered by Byland and purchased by Bline Family Farm, Mechanicsburg, Ohio. $4,900 - Lot 17 - Open Heifer Byland Ellen 7GL99. A red, polled, April 5, 2017 daughter of Byland Global 5M10 and out of Byland Ellen 9RW11. This one is truly exciting. Besides being an outstanding individual, this one is sired by the exciting young sire, Global and out of a time honored cow line at Byland. This one will be a good one for many years. Offered by Byland and purchased by Bowman Superior = Genetics of Greensfork, Ind.

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= Sales Calendar Jan. 14 - The Summit National Shorthorn Sale, Denver, Colo. Jan. 30 - Galbreath Farm/Shady Maple Farm Early Bird Bull Sale, Enderlin, ND. Hosted on showstock.com Feb. 6 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Durhams in the Dakotas Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND. Feb. 14 - Iowa Royal Shorthorn Sale, Iowa Beef Expo, Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 20 - Funding the Future Online Sale hosted on showstock.com Feb. 24-25 - Studer Shorthorns and Gilman Shorthorns, Don’t You Think It’s Time Online Bull Sale, Creston, Iowa hosted on showstock.com Feb. 26 - Midwest Shorthorn Spectacular Shorthorn and AOB Sale, Illinois Beef Expo, Springfield, Ill. Feb. 27 - Alden Farms/Highland Farms, Genetic Advancement Online Sale, Hamilton, Mo., and Pittsfield, Ill., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 3 - Kentucky Beef Expo Sale, Louisville, Ky. Mar. 3 - Loving Farms, Predictable Genetics Proven Performance Sale, Pawnee Rock, Kan. Mar. 4 - Cagwin Farms, Bold Future Online Sale, Virginia, Ill., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 3-4 - Leveldale Farms, Headquarters for Herd Bulls Open House, Mason City, Ill. Mar. 5 - Leveldale Farms, Private Treaty Bull Sale, Mason City, Ill.

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Mar. 8 - Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns Bull Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. Mar. 10 - Tennessee Agribition Sale, Lebanan, Tenn. Mar. 10 - Missouri State Shorthorn Sale, Sedalia, Mo. Mar. 13-14 - Cates Farms, Modoc Madness Online Sale, Modoc, Ind., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 14-15 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, Neb., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 17 - Ohio Beef Expo Sale, Columbus, Ohio. Mar. 17 - Ozark Shorthorn Association Classic Sale XX, Springfield, Mo. Mar. 17 - Waukaru Farms, The Gathering Bull Sale, Rensselaer, Ind. Mar. 18 - Sullivan Farms, NO BULL Fall Open Heifers & Bulls Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa and Martell, Neb. Mar. 19 - Sullivan Farms, NO BULL Spring Open Heifer and Bred Heifers Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Mar. 20 - Sullivan Farms and Gana Farms, Designer Genes Online Semen and Embryo Sale, Dunlap, Iowa and Martrell, Neb. Mar. 25 - WHR Shorthorns, Lone Star Edition XX Sale, Van Alstyne, Texas Apr. 15 - Little Cedar Cattle Co., Springtime Revival, Meeker, Okla. =

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Jan. 14 - The Summit National Shorthorn Sale, Denver, CO. Jan. 30 - Galbreath Farm/Shady Maple Farm Early Bird Bull Sale, Enderlin, ND hosted on showstock.com Feb. 6 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Durhams in the Dakotas Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND. Feb. 20 - Funding the Future Online Sale hosted on showstock.com Feb. 24-25 - Studer Shorthorns and Gilman Shorthorns, Don’t You Think It’s Time Online Bull Sale, Creston, IA, hosted on showstock.com Feb. 27 - Alden Farms/Highland Farms, Genetic Advancement Online Sale, Hamilton, MO and Pittsfield, IL, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 3 - Kentucky Beef Expo Sale, Louisville, KY. Mar. 4 - Cagwin Farms, Bold Future Online Sale, Virginia, IL, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 8 - Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns Bull Sale, Millersburg, OH. Mar. 13-14 - Cates Farms, Modoc Madness Online Sale, Modoc, IN, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 14-15 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, NE, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 18 - Sullivan Farms, NO BULL Fall Open Heifers & Bulls Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa and Martell, Neb. Mar. 19 - Sullivan Farms, NO BULL Spring Open Heifer and Bred Heifers Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Mar. 20 - Sullivan Farms and Gana Farms, Designer Genes Online Semen and Embryo Sale, Dunlap, Iowa and Martrell, Neb. Mar. 25 - WHR Shorthorns, Lone Star Edition XX Sale, Van Alstyne, TX. Apr. 15 - Little Cedar Cattle Co., Springtime Revival, Meeker, OK. Online sales with a personal touch.

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= Ad Index 605 Sires.................................................3 AAA Shorthorns....................................71 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc...........81 Bartels Bros...........................................71 Bennett Land & Cattle..........................71 Berg Shorthorns....................................71 Bern-A-Dale Shorthorns........................71 Bigelow Farms.......................................71 Bo’s Shorthorns.....................................71 Bowman Superior Genetics...................71 Bridle Path Ranch.................................71 Broken Road Cattle Company..............71 Brooks, Bruce .......................................78 Bye Well Shorthorns..............................71 Byland Polled Shorthorns......................71 Cagwin Farms.......................................11 Cairns Shorthorns.................................71 Cates Farms....................................6-7, 71 Cattle Visions..................................78, 80 Cornerstone Farms................................71 Country K Shorthorn............................71 Crawfdown Farms.................................71 Dale Studer Family Shorthorns...........IFC Dav Mar Way Farms.............................71 Dedmon Shorthorns.............................74 DJS Shorthorns.....................................74 Double C Shorthorns............................74 DTR Cattle Co.....................................74 Duis Farms............................................74 Fieser’s Polled Shorthorns......................74 Fischer Cattle Company........................74 Greenhorn Cattle Co., LLC..............9, 74 Greg Crawford Family...........................30 Haumont Shorthorns............................74

High Ridge Farm LTD..........................74 Homeplace Farms..................................74 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.........................74 Humble Stock Farm..............................74 Inness Shorthorns..................................74 Iowa Royal Sale.....................................29 Iroquoian Shorthorns............................74 James F. Bessler, Inc...............................48 Jungels Shorthorn Farm..................... IBC Kearns Farms.........................................74 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm...................74 Keystone Shorthorns, Hugh Mooney....75 Keystone Shorthorns, Hilger.................75 KW Cattle Co.......................................74 Laban Roanoke Farm............................75 Lane Cattle............................................75 Leveldale Farms...............................55, 75 Little Cedar Cattle Co...........................75 Longview Farms....................................75 Loving Farms........................................13 Maple Brook Farms...............................75 Masonic Village.....................................75 McKee Family Shorthorns.....................75 Meyer Family Shorthorns......................75 Meyer Farms.........................................75 Moon Creek Ranch...............................75 Nebraska Cattlemens Classic.................79 New River Cattle...................................75 Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust.70, 75 Norman Farms......................................75 Oler Farm.............................................75 Ozark Shorthorn Association................19 Paint Valley Farms.................................15 Phildon Farms.......................................75

Prospect Hill Shorthorns.......................77 RC Show Cattle....................................77 Richardson Farms Shorthorns...............77 RL Cattle Company..............................77 Robjoy Shorthorns................................77 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle......................77 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.....................77 Schrag Shorthorn Farms........................77 Sears Marketing Services, LLC..............78 SharBen Shorthorns..............................77 Sho-Me Shorthorns...............................77 Simon Farms.........................................77 Singing H Shorthorns...........................77 Smoky Mountain Farm.........................77 South Starr Farms..................................17 Stangl Shorthorns..................................77 Stone Springs Shorthorns......................77 Strode Family Shorhtorns......................77 Strope....................................................63 Sullivan Farms................................77, BC Sullivan Supply.....................................78 Sutherland Shorthorns..........................77 Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns....................77 Top Notch Stock Farm..........................78 Turner Family Shorthorns.....................78 Tynywtra’s.............................................78 Vogel Shorthorn Farm...........................78 Walnut Spring Farms.............................78 Warner Ranch.......................................78 Watertown Winter Farm Show..............82 Waukaru Shorthorns.............................78 Wendt, Kevin........................................78 WHR Shorthorns....................................5 Wilson Livestock Agency.......................78

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