January 2021 Shorthorn Country

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The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.



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Contents

january 2021 issue 1 • volume 48

The January cover photos were taken by Cindy Cagwin-Johnston & Linde’s Livestock Photos at the 2020 NAILE.

7607 NW Prairie View Rd, Platte Woods, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 •  FAX: 816-599-7782 www.shorthorncountry.net

Shorthorn Country

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.

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Features

Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year.................................................... 18 Shorthorn Youth Development Fund............................................. 16 Red, White & Roan Club.................................................................. 17 ‘The Summit’ National Shorthorn Sale Catalog...................A1-A24

Show Results

NAILE 2020 Open Shorthorn Show............................................... 19 NAILE 2020 Open ShorthornPlus Show........................................ 47 NAILE 2020 Junior Shorthorn Show.............................................. 50 NAILE 2020 Junior ShorthornPlus Show....................................... 53

Sale Reports

Where Future Generations are Created.......................................... 58 A Maternal Event............................................................................... 59

Departments Update..................................................................................8 Association Outlook........................................................10 Beef Business.....................................................................12 Junior Corner....................................................................14 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................56 News & Notes....................................................................60 Sales Calendar...................................................................65 Ad Index............................................................................66 4

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Contract Rates And Discounts:

Contract rates require advertising in all 11 issues per year with a business card ad. Business card price is pre-paid at the beginning of the calendar year or pro-rated if started after the first issue of the year. Contract (11x) rates do not apply for any sale advertising. Contract advertisers must run the business card ad in every issue. Contracts will run by calendar year. No agency commissions are allowed.

Online Sale Packages & Sale Catalogs

Contact us about your upcoming Online Sale or Sale Catalogs for marketing options and pricing.

Don Cagwin, publisher Amy Sampson, managing editor/creative director 816-599-7777 • amy@shorthorncountry.org Amanda Cagwin, accountant • amandacagwin@yahoo.com =Advertising Representatives Cindy Cagwin-Johnston 217-452-3051 • cagwincattle@casscomm.com Darryl Rahn 217-473-1124 • drahn@casscomm.com Jay Carlson, Carlson Media Group, LLC 913-268-5725 • Jay@carlsonmediagroup.com =Advisory Council Montie Soules, ASA representative Don Cagwin, Durham Management Co. =Subscriptions US: 1 year- $24 • 2 years - $38 • 3 years - $52 1 year US 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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WHR Breeders WHR Assessments for 2021 were sent in November. If you have not received yours, please contact the ASA office as soon as possible.

Shorthorn Update American Shorthorn Association 7607 NW Prairie View Rd. Kansas City, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 • FAX: 816-599-7782 www.shorthorn.org 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 customer service, registrations & DNA • heather@shorthorn.org Shelby Diehm, director of youth activities, marketing & communications • shelby@shorthorn.org Emily Velisek, director of events, show & membership activities • emilyv@shorthorn.org Accounting • accountmgr@shorthorn.org

ASA Dates of Note

January 2021 Jan. 1 ASA Office Closed Jan. 1 2021 ASA Membership is due Jan. 9 Deadline for early discount for 2021 WHR assessment fees ($16) Jan. 10 Cattlemen’s Congress Pen Show Jan. 10 Deck the Stalls Extravaganza - Junior Fundraiser Jan. 11 Cattlemen’s Congress Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show Jan. 11 Cattlemen’s Congress National ShorthornPlus Bull & Female Show Jan. 11 “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress

ASA Board of Directors Nancy Grathwohl Heter, president 785-587-7947 Hugh Mooney, vice president 209-712-6692 Dave Greenhorn, executive director 937-470-6552 Joe Bales, 615-330-2342 John Sonderman, 402-641-0936 Toby Jordan, 219-819-4603 Jerrell Crow, 580-585-2522 Lee Miller, 330-231-6834 John Russell, 832-588-8604 Shorthorn Foundation Bill Rasor, president American Junior Shorthorn Association Lexi Wetzel, president National Shorthorn Lassies Sommer Smith, president

Jan. 12 Cattlemen’s Congress National Shorthorn Bull & Female Show February Feb. 5-6 ASA Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Mo Feb. 16 AJSA “Funding the Future” Online Junior Fundraiser - amsonlinesales.com Feb. 28 Membership becomes delinquent at 11:59pm CT if not paid. TOC breeder status ends if membership is not paid. March March 1 Late fees incur for WHR Assessment starting March 1 ($25) April April 10 AJSA Junior Board Candidate Application Deadline

Cattlemen’s Congress (2021 NWSS Alternative Show) Oklahoma City, Okla.

Tentative Schedule of Events Friday, January 8, 2021 Arriving and Stalling 9:00 a.m. Pen Cattle Check-In Saturday, January 9, 2021 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Check-In Junior & Open Show Cattle Sunday, January 10, 2021 8:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show 3:00 p.m. Deck The Stalls Extravaganza Monday, January 11, 2021 8:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show

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followed by National ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Female Show 5:00 p.m. Pre-Sale Social in the Cattlemen’s Club 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale Tuesday, January 12, 2021 8:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Female & Bull Show

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1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2021 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2021.) 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 2021 to an assessed 2021 dam will be $0, if calf is registered within 12 months) 2021 ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: November 1 - January 9, 2021 $16 January 10 - February 28, 2021 $20 March 1 - December 31, 2021 $25 *Calves born in previous year(s) to unassessed dams will incur additional fees.

Shorthorn Beef Locally Raised Visit shorthornbeef.org to see the availability of Shorthorn Meat from Shorthorn producers. Contact shelby@shorthorn.org to get on the map or for more information.

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BEEF • LOCALLY

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Help Support the Juniors! Jan. 10 • Deck the Stalls Extravaganza,

at the Cattlemen’s Congress, OKC Feb. 16 • Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com

2021 Cattlemen’s Congress Judges Pen Shows: Scott Werning Junior Shows: Jimmy Linthicum Open Shows: Charlie Boyd

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

(ASA Staff Meeting Wednesday’s 10:00-11:00 AM)

2021 International Year Code: J


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Association Outlook

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

Finishing up 2020 and Starting 2021

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ere we are at the beginning of 2021. An optimistic outlook for the new year is always refreshing, especially after a year like 2020. As we move forward into 2021 the pandemic and all the related restrictions and changes are not over. The vaccination for Covid-19 is sure a bright spot looking forward and is viewed as “the light at the end of the tunnel” to get Covid-19 under control. We cattle breeders understand viruses and vaccinations, possibly better than most of the non-agricultural population. We’ve had sickness move through a set of calves and have often treated them, when in reality it had to run its course until a vaccination for that specific virus became available. Now, with a vaccination we may be able to return to some form of normality, but until then, the pandemic will continue to affect activities for Shorthorn breeders everywhere. One of the first major changes we had last fall was postponing the Annual Meeting to February 5 & 6, 2021. As of this writing we plan to have the same program. We refunded all registration fees for last December. There is a registration form on the Website to reregister for this important ASA function. I encourage everyone to make plans to attend. If the Covid-19 restrictions have not been lifted or eased, we will have a virtual meeting for delegates to elect the Board of Directors for the year. Please continue to look for updates about this meeting with the Association E-blasts and Insider, along with Facebook posts. We will try to give you as much notice as possible if it becomes necessary to cancel the in-person meeting on Feb. 6th and move to a virtual type meeting. Another postponement from 2020 is the Deck the Stalls fundraiser for the Junior National which is normally held in Louisville during the North American. 10

However, due to no spectators being allowed at the NAILE, we postponed it to be part of the Annual Meeting last fall and then that was canceled. Now, we will hold the Deck the Stalls fundraiser during the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City on Sunday afternoon after the Yards Show on January 10, 2021. We hope to have this auction broadcast on CCi.Live as well, so those of you who cannot be present in Oklahoma can still participate. This is one of the major fundraisers we hold each year to sponsor the Shorthorn Junior National; the largest and most attended event in the breed. Along with the new date, time and location of the Deck the Stalls fundraiser and as a result of the iconic National Western being canceled, a group was formed to host a replacement; the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City. There are record numbers entered for this event. Over 700 head of Shorthorns are entered including the Yards Show and halter classes which would have been on “the hill”. This show/event is set to be one of the biggest and best winter shows the breed has ever seen. All cattle folks are welcome to attend. There is no parking or gate admission, just show up and become part of this inaugural event. The hotels are only a couple miles from the show grounds and for those who fly into OKC, the airport is only 3 miles from the show grounds. This is a handy spot and more centrally located. We expect a big crowd and a great show of Shorthorn cattle. There is still time to make plans to attend. Don’t forget about “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale that will be held in the Barn 3 Sale Arena (Cattlemen’s Club) with a pre-sale social on Monday night, January 11 following the Junior Shorthorn Show and Open ShorthornPlus Show. Then, on Tuesday morning January 12, the Open Purebred

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Shorthorn Show will conclude the Shorthorn events. Please continue to check the Cattlemen’s Congress website, ASA Insider, and Facebook posts for possible schedule changes and updates. As I stated at the beginning of this month’s Association Outlook, we have a lot to look forward to this new year as we first work at finishing up 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world. We have seen many new ways to go about our daily lives. Maybe we should have been more aware before, but now that we have dealt with surviving and learning how to deal with the virus, I think we will all be better off in 2021 – which will bring on our new normal! Have a Happy & Prosperous New Year! =

Deck the Stalls EXTRAVAGANZA

Junior Fundraiser January 10, 2021 at the Cattlemen’s Congress

January 11, 2021 • 6:00 PM at the Cattlemen’s Congress


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Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

Scouting Your Competition If you regularly read this column, by now you know that I am prone to use my page in the Shorthorn Country to build some analogies tying together the things I know and enjoy most: beef cattle production and sports. As we start 2021, I feel that might be the best way to kick off this year of articles. Hopefully, those of you that aren’t big sports fans don’t find these topics too alienating or boring. Before I found gainful employment in the breed association sector out of grad school, many fall Saturdays were spent either in the football stadium of my alma mater, or on the couch watching every game I could. Over time, the style and philosophy of offense in college football has completely evolved. Offensive strategy used to be focused on being stronger and more powerful than your opponent on defense. Plays were run from offensive formations with most of the 11 players close to each other, hoping to create space for a running back to gain yards. Passing the football was much less common across the sport, but there were a few coaches who built their strategy completely different than the norm. These coaches felt that if they spread out their players in formation across the field, then the defense must spread out to cover those players. Once you spread out the defensive players, there are more gaps and spaces for an offense to successfully gain yards and score points. As a kid, I remember watching coach Steve Spurrier at the University of Florida use this spread out type of offense. He won a lot of games and championships using this philosophy. Because football coaches all want

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to win games, they study film on their opponents, looking for weaknesses they can exploit with their game plan. Because football coaches are also good copycats, they find things from other teams to incorporate into their own playbook. Eventually, other coaches started adapting some of these new spread tactics to fit their team, and a revolution was born. Today, you are hard pressed to find a college football game where both teams aren’t running some variation of the now commonplace “spread offense”. The game was forever changed by some coaches looking for an advantage that weren’t afraid to try something new. The principles of scouting and evaluating those around you can easily be applied to our business. As a cattle breeder, I feel it is part of my responsibility to study what others are doing in their operations that I can incorporate into my own. By watching more successful programs, I have picked up some pieces that I can adapt and adopt to hopefully make my herd better. It could be a genetic line I have not considered using, a marketing tactic to employ, or a new twist on customer service after the sale. During bull sale season, I will read catalogs featuring every major breed in the cattle industry from breeders in every corner of the United States. Some of the neatest things I have learned have come from outside my region and from a different breed. If I stayed just within my realm of interest, I might not have ever picked up some valuable information. As a Shorthorn breeder, if you aren’t spending some time studying outside of the breed, I challenge

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you to do so. Identify some breeders in your region that aren’t raising red, white, and roan cattle, but align with your goals and are successful. Notice what they focus on in their programs and see if you can find a way to implement something similar. You might surprise yourself with what you learn. While it may seem like a fruitless endeavor to some to study nonShorthorn magazines and catalogs, I can promise you that there have been things drawn from others that have allowed me to do my work for ASA better. Programs like the Genomically Enhanced Female Program were born from studying other breeds’ similar programs and making some adjustments to better fit the needs of Shorthorn breeders. You will likely see some new graphics in bull sale catalogs this spring to help better educate buyers on EPDs and indexes. The idea was born from seeing a similar piece in another breed’s leading bull sale catalog, and then adapted to fit the Shorthorn breed with input from the Genetic Evaluation Committee. While we all need to be focused on what is going on in the Shorthorn breed, looking out the window to see what those around us are doing can help us be even stronger. This year, make it a point to learn something new from another operation outside your usual circle of influence. You don’t have to go as far as changing your entire philosophy, but maybe you want to give your operation a “spread offense” type of rejuvenation. Even a small tweak or two might be just the adjustment you need to score a big victory in your herd in 2021. =



Junior Corner

Gabri ajsa Leone director

juniorshorthorn.com

No matter who you are, you are going through one of the most challenging times you will ever face. It is easy to fall victim to the ever-pressing disasters of politics, pandemic, drought, riots, economy, and honestly the list goes on. At this point there is a good chance that the only calm you feel is when you get to go outside and check those beautiful Shorthorns in your pasture. That is where I challenge you to also appreciate all the other normal things in your life. One thousand things that happen every day are still happening. The sun rose this morning and the birds still chirped at the sight of light, the cows still came to water and yes, you had to walk out in the freezing cold this morning to break ice. Regardless of what happens, agriculture is still here, we are resilient, we are optimists and dreamers of better days through better ways. We will keep showing up, keep on keeping on. This has been true for all of existence and anyone who thinks otherwise can try to live without us, but they will fail. Do not let your faith in our lifestyle and beliefs

waver, rather stay strong and steady. Keep raising your cattle with passion and your children with love, for this too shall pass. Keep supporting your fellow breeders and investing in your herd, for this too shall pass. Travel to the spring sales and tell other Shorthorn enthusiasts how your cows are bred to calve this spring, for this too shall pass. Attend every show and event offered, if not only to prove to those non-believers that this too shall pass. We are agriculture, we are resilient. When we get knocked down we come back stronger. When we lose one means of working we come up with two more. Tonight, the sun will set just like it has at the end of every day before. But tonight, when you lay your head down for sleep, I encourage you to think about all of the blessings you experienced in the last 24 hours. Appreciate what is okay, and know that whatever isn’t can be dealt with tomorrow. Wake up each morning and know that whatever you face, you will survive. Because you are agriculture, you are resilient. =

Save the Date!

Deck the Stalls Extravaganza - Jan. 10 , 2021 in OKC at Cattlemen’s Congress

We will be sharing updates of auction items and other updates on the AJSA Facebook page. There will be many great items available for purchase! All fundraiser proceeds benefit the AJSA and NJSS. If you have any questions or would like to donate, contact shelby@shorthorn.org.

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Junior Board President :: Lexi Wetzel Vice President :: Gabriella Leone Secretary :: Allyssa Obrecht Public Relations :: Korbin Collins Director :: Kendall Nelson Director :: Tayler Bacon Director :: Faye Smith Director :: Miller Smith Director :: Colton Hulsey

Upcoming Junior Nationals 2021 • Louisville, KY June 20-26, 2021

2022 • Kansas City, KS 2023 • Des Moines, IA 2024 • TBA * Tentative Locations. Subject to Change *

Words of Advice

Appreciate what is okay, and know that whatever isn’t can be dealt with tomorrow. Wake up each morning and know that whatever you face, you will survive. Because you are agriculture, you are resilient.

We Are Resilient


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Investing in the Future The Shorthorn Youth Development Fund (SYDF) was established in 2020 to provide financial support that will sustain and expand excellent programming to develop Shorthorn youth as cattle producers and responsible, productive citizens. Since we started our new fundraising program many breeders have donated lots in their sales to become part of the Shorthorn Royal Society. On November 7 during the ‘Durham Nation’ sale, several breeders donated lots in support of the Shorthorn Youth Development Fund. The host of the sale, Derek Jungels sold 1 cane of semen on JSF Wall Street

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106C for $1,000 to Lee Braun of Ohio. Stangl Shorthorns donated two units of semen on JSF Broker 157Z and five units of semen on Byland Axis. The two units of semen were purchased for a total of $370 by James Holzer of Pennsylvania. The five units were purchased for a total of $500 by Duane Miller of Ohio. Greg Crawford Family donated 100% of two units of semen to the SYDF. The Elbee Leader C087 “Gizmo” semen was purchased by Osterman Shorthorns of South Dakota for $80. During the ‘Where Future Generations are created, sale on November 15, Sullivan Farms donated 100% of two

units of sexed heifer semen. The SULL Right Direction semen was purchased for $2,600 by Schrag 605 of South Dakota. Alden Farms, Missouri, donated 100 % of for sexed heifer embryos in their sale on October 24. The SULL Current Commodity x AF Playful Cait 902 embryos sold for a total of $4,000 to Leemon Stock Farm of Illinois. Thank you to all the November donors and buyers for your support of the SYDF. We appreciate your commitment to the future of the breed! For more information on how you can provide support, email shelby@ shorthorn.org or visit shorthorn.org. =

Shorthorn Royal Society Members

Royal Society

Diamond: $5,000+ Ruby: $2,500 - $4,999

Alden Farms :: Cates Farms :: Little Cedar Cattle Co. :: Schrag 605 :: Sullivan Farms

Emerald: $1,000 - $2,499

Aegerter Cattle Company :: Fred Ripberger :: Smith Family Farms :: Paint Valley Farms :: Jungels Shorthorn Farm :: Martindell Farms LLC.

Sapphire: Less than $1,000 Cornerstone Farms :: Berg Shorthorns :: Shoufler Shorthorns :: Tadmore Farms :: Greenhorn Cattle Co. :: Turner Family Shorthorns :: Double C Farm :: Crow Creek Farms :: Narrow Brook Farms :: Jester Farms :: Stangl Shorthorns :: Greg Crawford Family

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Shorthorn

Red, White & Roan

club

Thank You Donors!

$17,500

raised for the Foundation Heifer & Shorthorn Red, White and Roan Club - and more to come!

The 2020 foundation heifer was Donated by marTindell Farms LLC., and purchased by Schrag 605 & Nikkel Bros Show Stock. Thank you for your generous donation and support of the Shorthorn Youth.

Hide & Hair :: $1,000+

Armstrong Farms - Saxonburg, PA :: AST Shorthorns - Pikeville, TN :: Bennett Land & Cattle - Ducor, CA :: Enix Farms, LLC - Centennial, CO :: Jim & Sharon French - Beaverton, Mi :: Parnell Farm - Stanton, Al :: PEAK VIEW RANCH, LLC - Fowler, CO

Red :: $500 - $999

Dickson Cattle Company - Edison, OH :: DJS Shorthorns - Laurel, NE :: Kevin Wendt - Plain City, OH :: Paint Valley Farms - Millersburg, OH :: RL Cattle Company - Bell City, LA :: Rockin’ G Land & Cattle - MIddletown, IL :: Stuart & Ann Wilson Findlay, IL :: Waukaru Farms Inc. - Rensselaer, IN :: WHR Shorthorns - Van Alstyne, TX

White :: $250 - $499

Berg Shorthorns - Osage, IA :: Bowman Superior Genetics - Green Forks, IN :: Dedmon Shorthorns - Shelby, NC :: Hillside Farm - Morristown, TN :: Janelle’s Cattle - Carney, OK :: M Bar Shorthorns - Walton, KS :: M/W Cattle Company - West branch, MI :: Nelson Farms - Seneca, IL :: Oaks Shorthorns - Galt, MO :: Sugarbird Shorthorns at Respite Farm - Paris, KY :: SharBen Shorthorns - Sharpsburg, KY :: Sutherland Family - Petal, MS :: Sutherland Shorthorns - Prospect, KY :: Tadmore Farms - Caldwell, TX

Roan :: $25 - $249 4D Cattle Co. - Winchester, KY :: Agle Family Cattle - South Vienna, OH :: ALBIANI SHORTHORNS - ELK GROVE, CA :: Bark Shorthorns - Stanton, TX :: Bass Farms - Burrton, KS :: Cabbage Creek Shorthorns - Martinsburg, PA :: DAS Cattle - Hamler, OH :: Double - G Shorthorns - Hinton, ok :: Haumont Shorthorns - Weissert, NE :: Just Good Shorthorns - Wilson, TX :: McCall Show Cattle - Shelbyville, KY :: Nile Valley Farm - Sedalia, MO :: Open Box Diamond Cattle - Wauneta, NE :: Paradise Ranch - Moravia, IA :: Pluth Homestead Ranch - Clearlake OAKS, Ca :: PRJ Hillcrest Farm - Volant, PA :: R&A Vanek Shorthorns - Stockett, MT :: Richardson Farms - Marlow, OK :: Robjoy Shorthorns - Charleston, IL :: Roger Dickson - Freeport, IL :: SUNNYLAND - Albion, IL :: Turner Shorthorns, Tom & Susie Turner - Somerset, OH :: Weihl Farms - Bowling Green, OH :: White Birch Farms - Butler, PA :: WILDWOOD FARM - BUFFALO, MN

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Lawrence Grathwohl Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year - Scott Winkle by Shelby Diehm

Scott Winkle receiving the Lawrence Grathwohl Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year Award at the 2020 NAILE.

In 1985, his parents, Jeff and Susie Winkle, started Cedar Lane Farms in Cedarville, Ohio, after working for Isaac’s Land and Cattle. Once Scott reached 4-H age, Jeff and Susie decided to get back into the Shorthorn breed. Jeff’s family had been involved since the 1920’s, making Scott a third generation Shorthorn breeder. The Winkle’s purchased a bred cow from the McLaughlin (10 M’s) family and a bull from Waukaru Farms. This allowed Scott to start building his own herd as a junior member and he has been expanding it for the last 10 years. Scott spent eight years working for and traveling with his childhood friend, Josh Greenhorn and the Greenhorn Cattle Company. He is recognized by those in the cattle industry as someone that is always willing to help whether that be dialing one in or pep talks outside the ring. Since 2014, Scott and his girlfriend Katie have been the Ohio Junior Shorthorn Association advisors, leading 18

the state to multiple Outstanding State Awards at the National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference. Scott and Katie assist junior members attending the NJSS with their projects, speeches and more. The role as advisor has showcased his passion for building youth in order to build our breed. When not working as a machinist in Cincinnati, Ohio, he devotes his time to helping the Kennedy Family of Seaman, Ohio, as well as other juniors and their families across Ohio. Cedar Lane Farm raised CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ET, a Sonny son out of a full sib to CF Bravo. This bull was a three time undefeated Ohio and Kentucky State Fair Grand Champion Bull. Many of his calves have gone on to be successful at NAILE, NJSS and other shows. Scott enjoys working with his family at Cedar Lane Farm while assisting juniors all across Ohio. The Herdsman of the Year is a prestigious award sponsored by the Shorthorn Foundation and honored with a trophy buckle in memory of Lawrence

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Grathwohl. Lawrence Grathwohl was a loyal member of the ASA who passed at the young age of 41. He was best known for raising Shorthorn cattle, which he showed all across the country. The award is voted on by fellow Shorthorn breeders and announced during the National Shorthorn Show each year. Congratulations to Scott Winkle for being selected by his peers for this special award - The 2020 Lawrence Grathwohl Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year. It is well deserved. =


Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show Open Purebred Show :: Judge: Jason Elmore, Oklahoma by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Junior Champion Bull, was SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion, was CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET, exhibited by Houston Ferree,Sullivan, Ind. She was also named Supreme Champion.

The 2020 NAILE may have looked a little different this year but Shorthorn exhibitors really showed up and continued the quality this breed has showed in the past. The red, white and roan certainly was not missed in the barns. The National Shorthorn Show was Monday, November 16th in Freedom Hall following the ShorthornPlus Show. Judge Jason Elmore sorted through 18 bulls and 119 females to find his

champions. Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Junior Champion Bull honors went to SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. CF S/F Upper Hand X ET was named Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Senior Champion Bull, owned by Cates Farms of Modoc, Ind., Simon Farms of Rockford, Ohio & Shoufler Shorthorns of Fortville, Ind.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Intermediate Champion Female was Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G shown by Keagan Steck of Woodstock, Minn. Division Winners: Open Purebred Bull Show Divisions: Early Spring Bull Calf Champion CF Maskerade 070 BW X, Cates Farms & LSA Shorthorns, Royse City, Texas. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - CCS Red Reign 410H, Don Cagwin, Virginia, Ill. Junior Bull Calf Champion - SFF Ragweed 003 B ET, Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Hahn CL Chaos S21H, Mitch Clodfelter, Sterling, Ill. Senior Bull Calf Champion - WHR Ghost Rider 9004, Caitlyn Rasor, Van Alstyne, Texas & Cameron Fallon, Tom Bean, Texas. Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - CFS Ghost Rider 123G, Clark Farms Shorthorns, Pleasantville, Iowa. Senior Reserve Champion Bull Hahn Surprise Me C17F, Bright Lights Show Cattle, Beloit, Wis & Hahn Family Shorthorns, Minonk, Ill. Open Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET exhibited by Makenzie Laughery, Royse City, Texas. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Double C Myrtle Bo 09, Alexa Turner, Mahomet, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CSF Dream Lady 2118 AV ET, Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - TAD Margie’s Royal Commodity 5H ET, Kolten Greenhorn, Bellbrook, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Mona Lisa 002 SOL X ET, Alyssa Carter, Oregonia, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Champion CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET, Jackson Harlan, Bells, Texas. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - WHR SRVM Cecilia 9910

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L O U I S V I L L E

2020 North American International Livestock Exposition

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Junior Heifer Calf Champion, honors went to CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET exhibited by Houston Ferree of Sullivan, Ind. At the end of the show, she competed against the Grand Champion Shorthorn bull and was awarded the title of Supreme Champion.


2020 North American International Livestock Exposition

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Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Senior Champion Bull was CF S/F Upper Hand X ET, owned by Cates Farms, Modoc, Ind., Simon Farms, Rockford, Ohio & Shoufler Shorthorns, Fortville, Ind..

ET, Carolyn Norris, Rowlett, Texas. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF Crystals Lucy 9100 RK X ET, Simon Farms. Junior Champion Female - BFS Margie LL 950, Mikayla Wetzel, Faribault, Minn. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL LGF Ruby Knights 9362G ET, Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind. Senior Champion Female - CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET, Miller Smith. Reserve Senior Champion Female GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET, Kolten Greenhorn. Cow/Calf Champion - JS Rose 6J05, Drake Penrod, Jonesboro, Ill. Class Placings: Open Purebred Bull Class Placings: Early Spring Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) CF Maskerade 070 BW X exhibited by Cates Farms & LSA Shorthorns; 2) CCS Red Reign 410H exhibited by Don Cagwin; 3) GM Tribune 84H exhibited by Anna Bratsven. Junior Bull Calves – (7 entries): 1) SFF Ragweed 003 B ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 2) Hanh CL Chaos S21H exhibited by Mitch Clodfelter; 3) SS SL Train Station 010 exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Winter Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) Rexlaine Gretsky 15G exhibited by Rex Tribbett; 2) Crowe Foundation exhibited by Nolan Crowe. Senior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) WHR Ghost Rider 9004 exhibted by Caitlyn Rasor & Cameron Fallon; 2) CFS Ghost Rider 123G exhibited by Clark Farms Shorthorns; 3) MM Sancho 99G exhibited by Clayton Poppe. Junior Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Senior Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) Hahn Hot Mess R44F exhibited by Ellerbusch Farms. Two-Year Old Bulls – (2 entries): 1) CF S/F Upper Hand X ET exhibited by Cates Farms, Simon Farms & Shoufler 20

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Intermediate Champion Female was Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G, owned by Keagan Steck, Woodstock, Minn.

Shorthorns; 2) Hahn Surprise Me C17F exhibited by Bright Lights Show Cattle & Hahn Family Shorthorns. Open Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET exhibited by Makenzie Laughery; 2) Double C Myrtle Bo 09 exhibited by Alexa Turner; 3) SFF Mona Lisa 043 I exhibited by Evelyn Hill. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa 098 SOL X ET exhibited by Mallory Inskeep; 2) BFS Royal Ruby EE 064 ET exhibited by Emily Bollum; 3) Chey Max Bo 04MX ET exhibited Cheyenne Cattle Company. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF Rosebud 090 UH X exhibited by Ryan Wickard; 2) MFS Crystal’s Lu Lu 43 H ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 3) CF S/F Margie 093 SOL X ET exhibited by Keegan McGrew. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) Agle Jazzy 20 ET exhibited by Kyia Hendrickson; 2) CSF Dream Lady 2122 HC exhibited by Lindsey Jester; 3) Highland Pat 053 exhibited by Cooper Laughery. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) CSF Dream Lady 2118 AV ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 2) TAD Margie’s Royal Commodity 5H ET exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn; 3) CF Crystal’s Lucy 073 RK X ET exhibited by Reed Schumacher. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) SFF Caroline 017 W ET exhibited by Skylar Ward; 2) CF CSF Mona Lisa Smile 064 HC X ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 3) CLF Miss Margie 204 ET exhibited by Karly Goetz. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (9 entries): 1) SS Max Rosa 029 ET exhibited by Schrag Shorthorn Farms; 2) SS Max Rosa Magic 019 ET exhibited by Cash Lehrman; 3) Millers Missing

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Aviator ET exhibited by Desirae Logsdon. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) CF Mirage 050 EL X ET exhibited by Mckala Grauel; 2) SS Missing Mirage Miami 013 ET exhibited by Rick Hogue; 3) J-F SFF Mona Lisa Reward 2011 S ET exhibited by Emily Dahse. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) Peakview Alaska 2001 ET exhibited by Peak View Ranch, Inc.; 2) BONL Simple Pride 004H ET exhibited by Maddox Reedy; 3) CF/CCC Omaha Queen exhibited by Ethan McMichael. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF CSF Cherri 036 X ET exhibited by Carter Wickard; 2) GCC Current Margie 202 ET exhibited by Callie Turner; 3) CSF Mona’s Solution 2111 ET exhibited by Skylar Ward. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET exhibited by Houston Ferree; 2) J-F Mona Lisa Reward 2014 SOL ET exhibited by Rylan Jester; 3) Hahn Elizabeth C3H ET exhibited by Paige Van Dyke. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa 002 SOL X ET exhibited by Alyssa Carter; 2) MM Pat 6H exhibited by Clayton Poppe; 3) PRNL Augusta Pride 0103 EV ET exhibited by Charli Bay Tapscott. Winter Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) RSF Glamour Girl 19G exhibited by Kimberly Holland; 2) BARR Augusta Pride 1905 exhibited by Brandon Barr; 3) FF/DL White Crystaleen 37G ET exhibited by Emily Dahse. Senior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET exhibited by Jackson Harlan; 2) WHR SRVM Cecilia 9910 ET exhibited by Carolyn Norris; 3) CF CSF Cumberland 9128 AV X ET exhibited by Mckala Grauel. Summer Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Bratcher Mona Lisa 932 exhibited by Abby Bratcher; 2) RSF Maxx Lady 20G exhibited by Alyson Utegg.


Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion CCS Red Reign 410H, Don Cagwin, Virginia, Ill.

Junior Bull Calf Champion - SFF Ragweed 003 B ET, Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Hahn CL Chaos S21H, Mitch Clodfelter, Sterling, Ill.

Senior Bull Calf Champion - WHR Ghost Rider 9004, Caitlyn Rasor, Van Alstyne, Texas & Cameron Fallon, Tom Bean, Texas.

Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - CFS Ghost Rider 123G, Clark Farms Shorthorns, Pleasantville, Iowa.

Senior Reserve Champion Bull - Hahn Surprise Me C17F, Bright Lights Show Cattle, Beloit, Wis & Hahn Family Shorthorns, Minonk, Ill.

Late Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G exhibited by Keagan Steck; 2) CF Crystals Lucy 9100 RK X ET exhibited by Simon Farms; 3) SS Max Rosa 973 ET exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) BFS Margie LL 950 exhibited by Mikayla Wetzel; 2) CF S/F Margie 998 BW X exhibited by Skylar Ward; 3) LGF Ruby Knights 9360G ET exhibited by John Gellerman. Early Spring Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) SULL LGF Ruby Knights 9362G ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) CF HHF Margie 952 HC X ET exhibited by Paige Wickard; 3) CF Sunflower 965 UR X exhibited by Makenzie Laughery. Junior Yearling Females – (6 entries):

1) CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 2) SULL MFS Dreamin Big 9203G ET exhibited by Avery Wood; 3) SULL Ransom Rose 9143G ET exhibited by Mya Lenke Hetrick. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn; 2) LDB Mirage Premium Brave 901 exhibited by Lane Blankinship; 3) Hill Haven Pretty Rose 2G ET exhibited by Kaitlyn Broughton. Senior Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Hahn Elizabeth C43F ET exhibited by John W Cox; 2) SULL Wild Roses 8501F ET exhibited by Fulton Kennedy. Three-Four Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1) JS Rose 6J05 exhibited by Drake Penrod. =

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2020 North American International Livestock Exposition

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion - CF Maskerade 070 BW X, Cates Farms & LSA Shorthorns, Royse City, Texas.

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2020 North American International Livestock Exposition

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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET exhibited by Makenzie Laughery, Royse City, Texas.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Double C Myrtle Bo 09, Alexa Turner, Mahomet, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CSF Dream Lady 2118 AV ET, Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - TAD Margie’s Royal Commodity 5H ET, Kolten Greenhorn, Bellbrook, Ohio.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Mona Lisa 002 SOL X ET, Alyssa Carter, Oregonia, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET, Jackson Harlan, Bells, Texas.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - WHR SRVM Cecilia 9910 ET, Carolyn Norris, Rowlett, Texas.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF Crystals Lucy 9100 RK X ET, Simon Farms.

Junior Champion Female - BFS Margie LL 950, Mikayla Wetzel, Faribault, Minn.

Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL LGF Ruby Knights 9362G ET, Reid Utterback, Elwood, Ind.

Senior Champion Female - CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET, Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind.

Reserve Senior Champion Female - GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET, Kolten Greenhorn, Bellbrook, Ohio.

Cow/Calf Champion - JS Rose 6J05, Drake Penrod, Jonesboro, Ill.

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Sale Day Phone Jeff: 402-641-4696

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 MONDAY,

JANUARY 11, 2021 SALE TIME - 6:00 PM Sale Location

BARN 3 SALE ARENA

AT THE CATTLEMEN’S CONGRESS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

ASA Pre-Sale Social in the Cattlemen’s Club with hors d’oeurves and Cocktails - 5:00 PM

Luke Bowman....... 765-993-6681 Cory Schrag........... 605-941-5241 Josh Elder............. 402-650-1380 Tyler Cates............. 765-576-0035

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

Schedule of Events Friday, January 8, 2021 Cattle Arrival and Stalling 9:00 a.m. Check-in and Processing of Pen Cattle Saturday, January 9, 2021 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Check-in all Junior & Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Cattle Sunday, January 10, 2021 8:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show - Performance Arena Presentation of Show Honoree - Stepping Stone Ranch Afternoon “Deck the Stalls Extravaganza” Junior Fundraiser Monday, January 11, 2021 8:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Jim Norick Arena followed by Open ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Female Show 5:00 p.m. ASA Pre-Sale Shorthorn Social in the Cattlemen’s Club 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale - Barn 3 Sale Arena Tuesday, January 12, 2021 8:00 a.m. Open Shorthorn Bull & Female Show - Jim Norick Arena

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

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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 applications 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, Cattlemen’s Congress, 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.


for the Summit Shorthorn Social at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 11, 2020, in the Cattlemen’s Club. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served before the sale. We look forward to seeing you in Oklahoma City!

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CF LADY CRYSTAL 0110 SOL X ET

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*x4311828 | C | 5/21/2020 | SH100 | Polled | Red | CF 0110 CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF

CED CF SOLUTION X ET DSF PHAF THF BW *X4072518 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 PHAF THF WW YW MK JSF MARQUIS 127X DSF PHAF THF TM SULL CRYSTAL’S LADY 6265D ET DSF PHAF THF CEM *X4249644 SULL LADY CRYSTAL-434P-1 ET DSF PHAF THF ST

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EPD ACC

4 4.6 58 96 18 47 -3 9

0.21 0.23 0.21 0.21 0.14 0.16 0.14

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.45 0.21 5 0.28 0.54 0.28 -0.14 0.2 -0.1 0.17 8.87 101.97 55.14 -

We feel this is a special female that can show with the best of them and also be a herd changing donor. She is a moderate framed sound structured female that is very three dimensional in her build. She is out of a new exciting young donor that brings in some different genetics to the show cattle gene pool. I can definitely see this female raising a big time herd bull in the future. CONSIGNED BY: CATES FARMS, 765-576-0035


SULL Dream Maker

Full Sister - SULL Dream On 5158C

SULL SWEET DREAMS 9134G ET

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Due January 15, 2021; bred to 3ACES Skyfall 9576 (Angus) SULL SWEET DREAMS 9134G comes from a long line of the most dominate genetics in the shorthorn breed. Her full sisters have finished in the top 5 at the NJHS in 2016, 2018, 2019, and 2020. This female is also a full sister to the dominate SULL Dream On 5158c that is the dam of the 2020 NAILE Grand Champion bull SULL Dream Maker that was also recently syndicated for $70,000. Sweet Dreams will hold her own in this long line of success in this decorative cow family. She was selected as a calf at the 2020 NWSS as the Grand Champion female in the Jr show and carried that success into the 2020 NJHS where she was selected as the Reserve Grand champion female. Her added foot size and bone worked combined with her structural correctness and extra body mass will make this powerful female a dominate donor for years to come. If you’re serious about raising elite shorthorns with elite genetics this female without a doubt will be one to add to your program. Sullivan Farms will retain two successful flushes on SULL SWEET DREAMS 9134G. CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

*4295122 | C | 3/7/2019 | SH100 | Horned | R/W | SULL 9134G

CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF *X4140183 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 PHAF THF HD SWAGGER 802 DSF PHAF THF SS DREAM LADY 161 ET DSF PHAF THF *4180169 SS DREAM LADY 424 ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

3 5.1 59 98 33 62 -2 8

0.2 0.23 0.19 0.19 0.11 0.14 0.11

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.39 0.17 5 0.22 0.42 0.21 -0.01 0.15 -0.1 0.16 4.42 115.22 56.94 -

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Assembling a pen of animals that match up in type and kind is not easy. Now try to match them up in color. Well this pen of heifers checks all the boxes, and by the way all three are really good. The two ET flush mates are so similar it is hard to tell them apart from day to day. Marvel 173H ET and Marvel 178H ET hale from an awesome cow. 978W is going on 12 years old and looks as good as the day we acquired her on the Durham Nation sale from JSF. These two will be cows in your herd for many years. Kendra 192H is out of a bull that needs no introduction after this past Durham Nation sale. JSF Battlefront stamps them with eye appeal and structurally sound. This heifer is good and she knows it as you can tell from her picture and video. She will show at any level and when she is done showing will make you money producing outstanding offspring.

Pick of the Pen

CONSIGNED BY: PEARL VALLEY SHORTHORNS, 701-840-1143

PVSS MARVEL 173H ET

3A

*x4307161 | C | 3/24/2020 | SH100 | Polled | White | PVSS 173H SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M DSF PHAF THF

JDMC BIG SKY 15X DSF PHAF THF X4167752 S ROCKSIE’S MARQUIS 3590

JSF JAZZ 34S X DSF PHAF THF GAL MISS MARVEL 978 DSF PHAF THF *X4161666 JSF MARVEL 78T DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

8 2 59 85 26 55 6 16

0.2 0.23 0.21 0.21 0.13 0.12 0.12

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.26 0.16 2 0.2 0.15 0.2 -0.03 0.17 -0.07 0.16 23.32 130.74 55.65 -

PVSS MARVEL 178H ET

3B

*x4307162 | C | 3/25/2020 | SH100 | Polled | White | PVSS 178H SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M DSF PHAF THF

JDMC BIG SKY 15X DSF PHAF THF X4167752 S ROCKSIE’S MARQUIS 3590

JSF JAZZ 34S X DSF PHAF THF GAL MISS MARVEL 978 DSF PHAF THF *X4161666 JSF MARVEL 78T DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

8 2 59 85 26 55 6 16

0.2 0.23 0.21 0.21 0.13 0.12 0.12

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.26 0.16 2 0.2 0.15 0.2 -0.03 0.17 -0.07 0.16 23.32 130.74 55.65 -

PVSS KENDRA 192H

3C

*x4310429 | C | 3/29/2020 | SH100 | Polled | White | PVSS 192H

JSF BROKER 157Z DSF PHAF THF JSF BATTLEFRONT 129C ET DSF PHAF THF *X4226306 MR ADELAIDE 68K DSF PHAF THF JSF KENDRA 142E *X4258749

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SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z DSF PHAF THF FCC KENDRA 008X DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

10 1.5 48 73 25 49 6 17

0.12 0.18 0.13 0.12 0.09 0.07 0.05

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.37 0.11 1 0.13 0.38 0.13 0.01 0.12 -0.09 0.1 33.84 125.52 51.61 -


Dam - KOLT WW Sable Girl 533Y ET

Sire - SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET

Selling possession and 50% semen interest. Semen packages available. Contact: Mark Gordon 217-737-7905, Josh Elder 402-650-1380, Jeff Aegerter 402-641-4696.

RGLC SULL REVERENCE 013 DSF PHAF THF

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*x4309475 | B | 5/10/2020 | SH100 | Polled | Red | 13

SULL RED REWARD 9321 DSF PHAF THF SULL RGLC LEGACY 525 ET DSF PHAF THF *X4223162 SULL MIRAGE FOREVER 8121 ET DSF PHAF THC SULL GNCC GREY GOOSE ET DSC PHAF THF KOLT WW SABLE GIRL 533Y ET DS *X4178556 SULL SABLES GIRL 520 PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

4 3.4 45 69 22 45 -3 7

0.15 0.2 0.19 0.18 0.11 0.11 0.09

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

-0.43 -5 0.45 -0.19 -0.09 12.91 97.77 47.23

ACC

0.2 0.26 0.23 0.19 0.2 -

To say the day Reverence was born at the farm was a great day, is an understatement at best. With the mating of his mother, KOLT WW Sable Girl 533Y ET, who was the Junior Calf Champion in Denver in 2012, and our herd sire SULL RGLC Legacy 525, the 7 time National Champion Bull, we envisioned the next sire the Shorthorn breed needed. Reverence’s phenotype is near perfect with incredible stride and reach in his movement. He is extremely stout in his structure and design which compliments his muscle design. We believe he is a bull with that extra “punch and power” that is needed in the current gene pool used in the Shorthorn breed. Conversation around the farm all summer amongst ourselves and the visitors that have seen Reverence is that he could be a better version of his daddy. That is saying a lot, and we believe at this stage of his life he is. CONSIGNED BY: ROCKIN G LAND & CATTLE, 217-737-7905 & SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

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Sire - CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET

ASM MAGA

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*x4295285 | B | 10/26/2019 | SH100 | Polled | RWM | ASM G25 EPD ACC

EPD

ACC

SULL RED REWARD 9321 DSF PHAF THF CED 9 0.12 YG -0.46 0.16 CF S/F ULTIMATE REWARD ET DSF PHAF THF BW 1.1 0.15 CW -7 0.22 *X4225124 CF HHF MARGIE 2106 HC X ET DSF PHAF THF WW 47 0.13 REA 0.46 0.22 YW MK LEVELDALE BOARDWALK 530C DSF PHAF THF TM ASM MISS INDY CHANTRESS CEM ST *X4265834 WHR ENCHANTRESS X927 ET

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75 20 44 3 8

0.12 0.06 0.08 0.05

MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.1 0.1 -0.1 0.09 29.75 114.43 50.2 -

At the crossroads of Generating Potential and Show Ring Success sits ASM MAGA. An own son of CF S/F Ultimate Reward, this impressive individual has already caught the eye of many. His length and extension coupled with a truly bold upper rib shape and sweep through his lower rib should lend itself to building daughters that can replicate, if not surpass, his own show ring success. Having already hung banners as a division champion at both Shorthorn Junior Nationals and the American Royal, bid with confidence on a herd sire prospect that puts maternal merit, visual performance, and quality together in one package. CONSIGNED BY: ASM CATTLE - MCCUNE FAMILY, 316-778-1624


Sire - Muridale Thermal Energy 15A

Waukaru Pendleton 0061 is the combination of mainstay genetics from across North America. Sired by the Canadian bred and internationally prepotent sire Thermal Energy who has designed easy fleshing progeny that result in calving ease with growth coupled with marbling and red meat yield. Waukaru Pendleton 0061 is the product of the Red Nan cow family. The Red Nans have been vital at Waukaru for 50 years and have recently built globally dominant sires such as Gold Card 5042, Patent 8161, and Orion 2047. The first nonsurgical embryo flush ever initiated at Waukaru in 1978 was the foundation dam, Red Nan 504. Waukaru Pendleton 0061 is a powerfully constructed sire that is bold through his chest and rugged with huge turn to his rib cage that traces back to Red Nan 504. Pendleton 0061 displays as much honest shape and dimension of real muscle as one can find. His dam, sired by Patent 8161, posts a combined progeny birth ratio of 103, weaning at 103 and yearling at 103. Pendleton 0061 lands in the top 1% for $BMI, top 4% for $FEED, WEPD, YEPD, Total Maternal, and REA as well as the top 10% for CEM, CED, CW and STAY. Here is a “real deal” cow herd changing herdsire in whom Waukaru has complete confidence. Waukaru Farms, Inc. is retaining a silent, in-herd only semen interest.

WAUKARU PENDLETON 0061

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x4304993 | B | 2/23/2020 | SH100 | Polled | Red | 61 EPD ACC

EPD

SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T DSF PHAF THF CED 12 0.2 YG -0.4 MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A DSF PHAF THF BW 1.7 0.34 CW 16 X4218103 MURIDALE GOOSE 32R WW 60 0.26 REA 0.63 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 DSF PHAF THF WAUKARU RED NAN 6119 4235904 WAUKARU RED NAN 2123 ET

YW MK TM CEM ST

96 28 59 9 20

0.26 0.16 0.16 0.12

MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

ACC

0.22 0.28 0.27 0.03 0.24 -0.09 0.23 36.92 148.78 58.92 -

CONSIGNED BY: WAUKARU FARMS INC, 219-819-4603

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KL GOLD ROSE DSF PHAF THF

x4086942 | C | 2/20/2004 | SH99.61 | Polled | Red | 451

7

BYLAND GOLD SPEAR DSF PHAF THF WAUKARU GOLD ELEMENT 156 X4037789 WAUKARU CUMNOCK MINNIE993 KL DOUBLE ROSE X4042813

Flush

KL DOUBLE DUTY 6294 DSF PHAF THF KL RODEO ROSE

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

EPD ACC

20 -5.2 35 52 40 57 12 22

0.46 0.58 0.50 0.49 0.41 0.34 0.23

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

EPD

ACC

-0.30 0.33 -1 0.45 0.13 0.43 -0.02 0.37 -0.09 0.29 72.72 150.37 45.81 -

Selling the right to one flush. Flush to take place on or prior to 5-1-21. Buyer pays all flush costs. Seller guarantees 6 transferable embryos. In the past 12 months, she has averaged 8 embryos per flush. In the last decade, no other Shorthorn cow has left as strong a set of sons, now impacting the breed and industry worldwide. Three sons in major AI studs, being used around the world. Numerous others working in pastures around the country. She is due to calve on 2-10-21 to JSF Polaris 201F, at which point she will be 17 years old.

Donor - KL Gold Rose

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362 JSF Times Square 120G

JSF Wall Street 106C

KL Gold Rose Progeny

JSF Big Ticket 131D

Choice of Heifer Calves

CHOICE OF HEIFER CALVES

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Choice of Flash x 56Z, ET heifer calves born March 2021.

STUDER’S UNIVERSAL 10B DSF PHAF THF BYLAND FLASH 9U106 DSF PHAF THF *X4294954 BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY 5M106 FSF JAZZ LEADER 918 ET DSC PHAF THF PVF BEAUTY QUEEN 56Z DSF PHAF THF *X4194940 JSF BEAUTY QUEEN 133W Sire - Byland Flash 9U106

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

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14 1.7 52 90 29 55 11 17

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.39 -0.32 14 -17 0.1 CW 13 41 REA 0.63 0.23 MB 0.12 0.36 61 FT -0.08 -0.06 24 44 $CEZ 44.33 50.21 $BMI 140.66 132.69 7 $F 56.35 52.67 20

Buyer gets choice of Byland Flash x PVF Beauty Queen 56Z, ET heifer calves. There are 10 pregnancies to this mating Due March 6, 2021. The calf would be born at PVF with the buyer making a selection of the heifer calf by July 1, 2021. PVF BEAUTY QUEEN 56Z - With six natural calves, 56Z may be the most productive cow on the farm. Her progeny have had a ratio of 103 for Birth, 101 for Weaning, 101 for Yearling and 120 for Marbling. 56Z is the dam to PVF FINDING FAVOR at Ed Meyer & Family and PVF JUSTICE 3G at Stangl Shorthorns. She and her dam are a model for fertility, productivity and longevity. Her mating to Flash will be perfect! CONSIGNED BY: PAINT VALLEY FARMS, 330-231-6834

Dam - PVF Beauty Queen 56Z

SIRE DAM

PVF Justice 3G

PVF Beauty Queen 56Z Progeny

PVF Finding Favor 5E


Embryos

3 CONVENTIONAL EMBRYOS

9

Selling 1 Package of 3 Conventional Embryos -Full sibs to ARG Hector 1777 ET

ALSTON POLAR STAR DSF PHAF THF ROOSMO MATIAS STAR DSF PHAF THF X4265528 ROOSMO CLARA FOGOSA DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

LEAVE FRONTIER DSF PHAF THF LEAVE ELVIRA X1013 ET DSF PHAF THF X4210704 LEAVE ADELAIDA-T/E DSF PHAF THF We’re taking the unusual step of sharing our extremely limited bank of 100% pure Argentine genetics because of the success we’ve had with ARG Hector and his siblings. We embarked on the Argentine project to introduce proven, outcross genetics for calving ease, low maintenance, ease of fleshing, moderate size, and thickness with balance and eye-appeal to the Shorthorn breed of North America. The Cabaña Santa Cecilia advertisement recognizes the herd’s 60 years within the framework of the 2021 Bicentennial of Shorthorns in Argentina. The three embryos we are offering are full siblings to ARG Hector 1777 ET, sired by the 2013 Palermo Grand Champion “Matias Star” and out of the 2016 Palermo Supreme Champion, “Elvira.” Breeders using Hector across the U.S. are finding that Argentine genetics crossed on North American cattle are producing bulls and females that are stout and deep and grow remarkably well on forages. These embryos are stored by EastGen in Guelph, Ontario. We will provide connections for accessing Canadian recipients for your ET project. We can say without reservation that the risk of our venture has been worthwhile because the rewards are unmatched. You can be assured that this offer will not be repeated – ever!

SIRE DAM

18 -3 27 40 24 37 11 12

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.42 -0.38 19 -20 -1.4 CW -26 27 REA 0.02 0.05 MB -0.05 -0.1 34 FT -0.11 -0.1 24 37 $CEZ 67.83 71.31 11 $BMI 127.33 130.77 $F 41.29 40.15 5

ARG Hector 1777

Hector Mario Eyherabide with American friends at 2018 NAILE.

Dam LEAVE Elvira X1013

CONSIGNED BY: THE ARG PARTNERSHIP – LITTLE CEDAR CATTLE CO, 989-798-8223 AND CABAÑA SANTA CECILIA, ARGENTINA Sire - Roosmo Matias Star

EMBRYOS

10AB

Selling 2 packages of CYT Missing Mirage 2120 ET embryos

SULL RGLC LEGACY 525 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL PROPEL 7187E ET DSF PHAF THF *X4258409 HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

10A

WHR SONNY 8114 DSF PHAF THF LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X DSF PHAF THF *X4091399 NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET PHAF THF

10B

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 6 3 52 83 31 56 -1 12 -0.37 -6 0.27 -0.12 -0.09 17.69 111.71 51.66

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 3 3.3 42 74 25 46 -4 7 -0.37 4 0.36 0.04 -0.09 9.14 83.52 49.02

CYT MAXIM 9202 ET TDSF PHAF THF CYT MISSING MIRAGE 2120 ET DSF PHAF THF *X4191063 SULL MIRAGE FOREVER EVER ET PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 3 4.5 49 82 19 44 -5 9 -0.44 4 0.55 -0.26 -0.1 8.25 85.94 48.78

HEIFER PREGNANCY

10C

Selling a Heifer Pregnancy sired by SULL Propel 7187E ET. Due September 2021.

CYT Missing Mirage 2120 ET

Missing Mirage need absolutely no introduction. Year after year high sellers and show champions are direct daughter of this breed leading female. Most recently, her Propel sired heifer calf commanded $45,000 in our Family Event sale. No further footnote needed on these matings, they have both already proven their value several times over. CONSIGNED BY: SCHRAG 605, 605-941-524

shorthorn country = january 2021

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EMBRYOS

11AB

Selling 2 packages of SULL Blooded Ruby 3278 ET 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

11A

DAMERON FIRST CLASS PHAF THF COLBURN PRIMO 5153 PHAF THF XAN18217480 SILVEIRAS SARAS DREAM 1339 PHAF THF

11B

One Package of 4 IVF Reverse Sort Heifer Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 8 1.9 60 100 23 54 -2 6 -0.42 12 0.7 -0.06 -0.09 21.45 115.72 57.4

One Package of 4 IVF Reverse Sort Heifer Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 9 1 49 76 24 49 1 13 -0.44 -7 0.44 0.05 -0.09 30.86 121.86 52.8

SULL RED BLOOD DSC PHAF THF SULL BLOODED RUBY 3278 ET DSC PHAF THF *X4200682 HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

Dam of Embryos SULL Blooded Ruby 3278

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 7 1.9 46 77 29 52 1 6 -0.41 -6 0.33 -0.08 -0.1 24.24 111.37 49.95

Full Sister to Embryos

Full Sister to Embryos

Red Knight/3278: SULL BLOODED RUBY 3278 has become one of the most consistent and dominate donors over the past couple years as any cow in the shorthorn breed. This mating year after year has produced sale toppers and champion at the highest level. This is the first time that progeny from this ever consistent mating has ever been offered. In the 2018 Maternal Legends sale two full sibs averaged $20,000. In the 2019 Maternal Legends two full sibs averaged $10,000 and in the 2020 Maternal Legends sale two full sibs averaged $15,000. This past summer for the Utterback family a full sister was 3rd overall at the NJHS and another full sister for the Gellerman family was selected as the Reserve Champion Female at the 2020 NAILE in the Jr Show. Consistency at the highest level in this mating. Primo/3278: Brand new mating on SULL BLOODED RUBY 3278. This proven donor has only been mated for shorthorn pluses one time. Her Style daughter recently sold in the 2020 Maternal Legends sale for $15,500. Jump on board this new mating, the ceiling is very high. CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380 & THE GELLERMAN FAMILY, 217-652-2623

EMBRYOS

12ABCD

Selling 4 packages of SULL Traveling Ruby ET embryos

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF CSF EVOLUTION HC DSF PHAF THF *S4209903 CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET

12A

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

12B

GAMBLES HOT ROD PHAF THF SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 PHAF THF AN16427563 SILVEIRAS ELBA 2520 PHAF THF

12C

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J THF LEVELDALE MAXIMUS 542C E ET DSF PHAF THF S4230691 SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 73R DSF PHAF THF

12D

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 10 1.3 49 81 13 37 7 6 -0.5 -4 0.59 -0.04 -0.1 33.91 117.86 52.24

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9 -0.49 -8 0.42 -0.04 -0.12 48.71 140.46 47.73

SULL Traveling Ruby ET

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 13 0.1 54 84 17 44 8 16 0.16 7 -0.11 0.65 0.05 42.7 112.82 60.85

Hot Commodity

CSF Evolution HC

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 13 -0.9 43 62 26 47 7 20 -0.3 13 0.23 0.03 -0.1 46.69 128.46 49.53

SULL TRAVELER 9807 ET DSC PHAF THF SULL TRAVELING RUBY ET DSF PHAF THF *4200671 HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 8 2.3 53 88 28 54 1 6 -0.35 -3 0.21 0 -0.09 23.77 113.92 54.15

This Traveler x Ruby Donor is putting Walker Farms on the map. This female is phenotypically stunning and quickly developing as a breed leading Donor. Silveiras Style 9303

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Leveldale Maximus 542C E ET

shorthorn country = january 2021

CONSIGNED BY: WALKER FARMS, 765-601-3451


4 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos to Bull of Choice

SIRE CHOICES: Little Cedar Worldwide 1979 ET Little Cedar Aviator 503X SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET SULL Current Commodity 7630E TRN Omaha 79 CSF Long Look HC 706 ET DF WACO 6W DSF PHAF THF GCC MARVELOUS MARGIE 96 ET *X4286085 D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 5 4.3 41 72 21 42 1 11 -0.34 6 0.31 -0.04 -0.09 18.4 90.37 47.77

GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET

We purchased Kolten Greenhorn’s Marvelous Margie as the top-seller of the 2019 Revival and have truly enjoyed cheering them on, week after week, as they racked up championships over the last year. The tremendous body capacity, power, soundness that consistently made her a favorite of both judges and the barn are the same traits that will make her a leader among great females in our herd. The opportunity to choose the sire of your embryo package is rare, an offer that’s made more valuable by the fact that we are providing reverse-sorted HEIFER semen for your choice. The embryo package will be available in April 2021. CONSIGNED BY: LITTLE CEDAR CATTLE COMPANY, 989-798-8223

4 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos to Bull of Choice

SIRE CHOICES: Little Cedar Worldwide 1979 ET Little Cedar Aviator 503X SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET SULL Current Commodity 7630E TRN Omaha 79 BFS MARGIE LL 950 *X4289867

CSF LONG LOOK HC 706 ET DSF PHAF THF BFS MARGIE RAD 423 ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 10 1.3 41 64 20 40 4 11 -0.52 -2 0.56 -0.17 -0.12 34.03 113.99 46.44 BFS Margie LL 950

We joined with Bollum Family Shorthorns in ownership of the uniquely linebred Margie LL 950 because of the extraordinary cow we’re sure she will become. Her consistent record of championships, shown by Mikayla Wetzel, is attention-getting and her future production will be more so. Trace the incredible Margies of her sire Long Look’s pedigree: National Champion Margie 119 SOL, her dam Modoc Margie to DFS Margie 6109. See how they line up with Margies of her maternal side, right back to 6109. The maternal strength of the Margies is intensified by the outcross power of maternal grandsire Red Advantage. The opportunity to choose the sire of your embryo package is rare, an offer that’s made more valuable by the fact that we are providing reverse-sorted HEIFER semen for your choice. The embryo package will be available in April 2021.

SIRE CHOICES

CONSIGNED BY: LITTLE CEDAR CATTLE COMPANY, 989-798-8233 & BOLLUM FAMILY SHORTHORNS, 507-279-0480

BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF PHAF THF LITTLE CEDAR WORLDWIDE 1979 ET DSF PHAF THF *S4290865 MAV PICTURE PERFECT ET DSF PHAF THF

SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL CURRENT COMMODITY 7630E DSF PHAF THF *4274836 SULL DESERT ROSE 0004 ET CL DSF PHAF THF

WHR SONNY 8114 DSF PHAF THF LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X DSF PHAF THF *X4091399 NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET PHAF THF

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF TRN OMAHA 79 DSF PHAF THF *X4251329 GCC TURNERS MARGIE 542 E ET DSF PHAF THF

SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL DREAM MAKER 9141G ET *X4295124 SULL DREAM ON 5158 ET DSF PHAF THF

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF CSF LONG LOOK HC 706 ET DSF PHAF THF *S4257671 CF MARGIE 119 SOL X ET DSF PHAF THF

shorthorn country = january 2021

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EMBRYOS

15AB

Selling 2 packages of SS Augusta Pride 580 ET embryos

SULL RED REWARD 9321 DSF PHAF THF CF S/F ULTIMATE REWARD ET DSF PHAF THF *X4225124 CF HHF MARGIE 2106 HC X ET DSF PHAF THF

15A

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

15B

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 11 -1.3 40 62 22 42 5 9 -0.45 -12 0.36 -0.15 -0.1 39.38 117.62 46.13

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9 -0.49 -8 0.42 -0.04 -0.12 48.71 140.46 47.73

STUDERS PRETENDER 96TH DSF PHAF THF SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 580 ET DSC PHAF THF *X4240415 SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 908 ET DSC PHAF THF

SS Augusta Pride 580 ET

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 3 4.2 50 75 12 37 1 16 -0.41 2 0.46 0.06 -0.09 10 101.38 52.66

SS Augusta Pride 580 ET is a full sib to the popular SS Gravity bull. She has been an excellent producer for us, generating top sellers the last two years in our on-line sale. The Ultimate Reward mating is a full sib to our 2020 high seller, purchased by the Olsen family. The Hot Commodity mating is an exciting mating, that will produce a very competitive female. Great cow family. Full sib to Ultimate Reward mating

CONSIGNED BY: BISHELL FAMILY CATTLE LLC, 608-732-2404

Maternal sib to both matings

3 CONVENTIONAL EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 3 Conventional Embryos

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

CED BW WW YW WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 DSF PHAF THF MK TM WAUKARU LASSIE 2024 DSF PHAF THF CEM X4189979 WAUKARU LASSIE 9169 ST

SIRE DAM

14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.49 -0.29 11 25 1.2 CW -8 63 REA 0.42 0.53 102 MB -0.04 0.12 FT -0.12 -0.07 30 61 $CEZ 48.71 31.73 $BMI 140.46 139.26 6 $F 47.73 60.83 13

When it comes to great Shorthorn donors, 2024 is leaving her mark around the US & Canada and soon Australia. Hard to find a stouter made, high growth & high $BMI, outcross pedigreed cow anywhere. Perfect foot and leg structure, remarkable muscle and fleshing ability with ample milk, and that “look” we all want in our Shorthorns, regardless of marketing goals. Can’t go wrong here. She has made lots of great ones and high sellers. The next ones may be yours.

Waukaru Lassie 2024

CONSIGNED BY: BOWMAN SUPERIOR GENETICS, 765-886-5777

4 GRADE ONE EXPORTABLE EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Conventional Grade One Exportable Embryos

EIONMOR IDEAL 69F MURIDALE BUSTER 14K DSF PHAF THF X4060983 MURIDALE ROBIN 57G DSF PHAF THC

CED BW WW YW SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M DSF PHAF THF MK TM MURIDALE GOOSE 76Y CEM XCAF689055 MURIDALE SWAN 54N ST

9 0.1 47 75 21 45 8 21

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.47 -0.29 7 -5 1.2 CW -6 0.04 45 REA 0.4 MB 0.09 0.09 68 FT -0.11 -0.09 28 50 $CEZ 31.32 26.08 $BMI 127.57 120.56 8 $F 52.83 50.54 22

Muridale Goose 76Y is a top end cow in our herd. She has produced some great offspring in the past. She is a full sister to Muridale Goose 32R, the mother of Muridale Thermal Energy 15A, who has sired sale toppers world wide. The sire of the embryos is Muridale Buster 14K. He has worked well in our herd and other herds around North America. The embryos are stored at Bow Valley Genetics , Alberta, Canada. For breeders from around the world, that are interested in these embryos, please contact Muridale Shorthorns to see if they are exportable to their country.

Muridale Goose 76Y

Muridale Buster 14K

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SIRE DAM

shorthorn country = january 2021

CONSIGNED BY: MURIDALE SHORTHORNS, 1-306-741-6833


3 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 3 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL DREAM MAKER 9141G ET *X4295124 SULL DREAM ON 5158 ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK DF WACO 6W DSF PHAF THF TM GCC TURNERS MARGIE 542 E ET DSF PHAF THF CEM *X4223956 D&D MARGIE’S BEAUTY 610S ET DSF PHAF THF ST

SIRE DAM

5 3.5 60 99 28 58 -2 7

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.4 -0.34 5 8 5.2 CW 9 43 REA 0.55 0.33 MB -0.03 -0.04 74 FT -0.09 -0.09 21 42 $CEZ 12.94 17.92 $BMI 115.64 91.83 1 $F 57.24 48.54 10

Here is an exciting opportunity to acquire genetics from one of the legendary females in the breed! Her younger sister, Marvelous Margie, was a force the last two years on the tan bark. 542’s mating to the recently crowned National Champion bull, Dream Maker, has tremendous earning potential. 542’s most recent calves sold for $27,000 and $25,500 in our recent sale and were Res. Division Early Spring Heifer and 2nd Place Junior Heifer at the NAILE.Oh yes, Omaha would be a maternal brother.

GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET

CONSIGNED BY: GREENHORN CATTLE CO., 937-470-6552 TURNER FAMILY SHORTHORNS, 217-202-2484, & DOUBLE C SHORTHORNS, 931-260-1596

EMBRYOS

19ABC

Selling 3 packages of SULL Dream Only 7188E ET embryos

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

19A

CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF WHR SONNY 8114 DSF PHAF THF *X4009301 WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 PHAF THF

19B

GAMBLES HOT ROD PHAF THF SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 PHAF THF AN16427563 SILVEIRAS ELBA 2520 PHAF THF

19C

SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET 2020 NAILE Early Spring Heifer Calf Res. Champion

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9 -0.49 -8 0.42 -0.04 -0.12 48.71 140.46 47.73

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 2 4.5 42 73 12 33 -5 8 -0.29 7 0.27 0.05 -0.08 7.83 66.55 48.58

One Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 13 0.1 54 84 17 44 8 16 0.16 7 -0.11 0.65 0.05 42.7 112.82 60.85

SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF SULL DREAM ONLY 7188E ET DSF PHAF THF *X4258416 SS DREAM LADY 161 ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 2 5.3 56 93 33 61 -2 9 -0.4 -5 0.33 -0.02 -0.09 4.5 110.8 54.9

SULL Dream Only 7188E ET

7188 stems from a long line of proven champion pedigrees. Her dam SS Dream Lady 161 was the 2013 NWSS Jr Show Reserve Grand Champion Female. She is the dam of SULL Dream On 5158C that was the Show Heifer of the year, winning Grand Champion Female at the 2016 NWSS, Grand Champion Female at the 2017 FWSS and Grand Champion Female at the 2016 NAILE Open and Jr Show.

SS Dream Lady 161 ET

CONSIGNED BY: WALKER FARMS, 765-601-3451

Full Sib in Blood to Embryos CF CSF Margie 611 HC

4 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

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

CED BW WW YW MK CF SOLUTION X ET DSF PHAF THF TM LITTLE CEDAR MARGIE 1520 ET DSF PHAF THF CEM *X4220146 CF MODOC MARGIE 523 TPX ET DSF PHAF THF ST

SIRE DAM

14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.49 -0.43 2 4 5.7 CW -8 51 REA 0.42 0.48 MB -0.04 -0.09 85 FT -0.12 -0.10 19 45 $CEZ 48.71 5.35 -3 $BMI 140.46 92.49 $F 47.73 51.96 8

Donor dam is full sib in blood to CF Margie 119 SOL. These embryos sired by Hot Commodity will be full sibs in blood to many greats such as CSF Long Look HC, CF CSF Margie 611 HC, and CF CSF Margie 575.

Full Sib in Blood to Embryos CSF Long Look HC Full Sib in Blood to Embryos CF CSF Margie 575

CONSIGNED BY: CORNERSTONE FARMS, 765-546-0796

shorthorn country = january 2021

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4 IVF REVERSE SORT HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 IVF Reverse Sort Heifer Embryos

SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL DREAM MAKER 9141G ET *X4295124 SULL DREAM ON 5158 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF SULL WILD CHERRI 3269 ET DSF PHAF THF *X4203855 SULL CHERRI 205 -2 ET DSF PHAF THC

Dam of Embryos SULL Wild Cherri 3269 ET

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

SIRE DAM

5 3.5 60 99 28 58 -2 7

SIRE

DAM

YG -0.4 -0.36 4 8 3.5 CW 9 49 REA 0.55 0.42 MB -0.03 -0.06 84 FT -0.09 -0.09 27 52 $CEZ 12.94 11.79 -2 $BMI 115.64 97.59 $F 57.24 51.34 9

A fresh new mating with our new future Super Star herd sire, SULL Dream Maker 9141g and the NAILE and Jr National champion, SULL Wild Cherri 3269. SULL Dream Maker 9141g, the recently crowned 2020 NAILE champion Shorthorn bull is a a SULL Red Knight son out of the past 2 time NWSS champion and NAILE champion SULL Dream On 5158c. His extra body depth, added smoothness and added look and extension thru his front 1/3 is as impressive as any Shorthorn bull we have ever raised. He will be used heavily at Sullivan Farms to raise elite show heifers. SULL Wild Cherri was the 2014 NAILE Open and Jr Show Grand Champion Shorthorn female and is a big time donor for us at Sullivan Farms. This new mating will combine some of the best genetics in the Shorthorn breed. CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

Sire of Embryos SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET

4 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

SIRE DAM SIRE DAM SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF CED 5 4 YG -0.38 -0.34 SULL CURRENT COMMODITY 7630E DSF PHAF THF BW 3.7 4.5 CW -5 -4 *4274836 SULL DESERT ROSE 0004 ET CL DSF PHAF THF WW 57 56 REA 0.32 0.2

SULL TRAVELER 9807 ET DSC PHAF THF SULL RED TRAVELER 2405Z E ET DSC PHAF THF *4239676 HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

YW MK TM CEM ST

87 22 51 -2 6

92 31 59 -2 9

MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.11 -0.06 -0.09 -0.09 14.59 8.23 108.51 107.45 53.93 54.34

Red Traveler has been a mainstay in our program and the Ruby cow family has had outstanding success in both the ring and production. I love this mating to SULL Current Commodity, I think one of the top breeding bulls in the breed. Unique opportunity as his semen isn’t on the open market. SULL Red Traveler 2405Z E ET

CONSIGNED BY: GREENHORN CATTLE CO, 937-470-6552 & TURNER FAMILY SHORTHORNS, 217-202-2484

SULL Current Commodity 7630E

4 SEXED HEIFER EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 4 Sexed Heifer IVF Embryos

SULL RGLC LEGACY 525 ET DSF PHAF THF SULL PROPEL 7187E ET DSF PHAF THF *X4258409 HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW HI VIEW’S ACE OF DIAMONDS DSF PHAF THF MK TM CYT MAX ROSA 3123 ET DSF PHAF THF CEM *X4200216 CYT MAX ROSA 9111 ET DSF PHAF THF ST

6 3 52 83 31 56 -1 12

4 6 54 94 20 46 1 9

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

SIRE

DAM

-0.37 -0.4 -6 8 0.27 0.56 -0.12 -0.12 -0.09 -0.09 17.69 8.6 111.71 95.56 51.66 53

Everyone is searching for a Max Rosa. They have quickly proven to be some of the most sought after genetics in the breed. Even among the Max Rosa family “3123” has elevated herself to a new level, consistently producing our very best. Her heifer in our most recent sale sold for $40,000 and had as many admiring fans as any we have produced. These Propel progeny will be lights out for sure.

CYT Max Rosa 3123 ET

CONSIGNED BY: SCHRAG 605, 605-941-5241

SULL Propel 7187E ET

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SIRE DAM

shorthorn country = january 2021


3 CONVENTIONAL EMBRYOS

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Selling 1 Package of 3 Conventional Embryos

SIRE DAM SIRE DAM SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF CED 5 6 YG -0.38 -0.5 SULL CURRENT COMMODITY 7630E DSF PHAF THF BW 3.7 4.3 CW -5 -1 *4274836 SULL DESERT ROSE 0004 ET CL DSF PHAF THF WW 57 49 REA 0.32 0.53

CSF EVOLUTION HC DSF PHAF THF GCC EVOLUTION CHARM 7102 ET DSF PHAF THF *X4268571 RL SONNY’S CHARM 7102 DSF PHAC THF

YW MK TM CEM ST

87 22 51 -2 6

86 15 40 2 8

MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.11 -0.01 -0.09 -0.11 14.59 16.5 108.51 100.8 53.93 52.78

Admired by all during her competitive show career highlighted by being Grand Champion at the 2018 North American Junior Show. If you are interested in fresh and exciting genetics, jump right in here as we are expecting big things from Charm! CONSIGNED BY: GREENHORN CATTLE CO, 937-470-6552 & TOM BROWN

GCC Evolution Charm 7102 ET

RL Sonny’s Charm 7102

3 CONVENTIONAL EMBRYOS

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CUNIA PHAF THF JM JOE DAVINCI ET DSF PHAF THF *AR49267 K-KIM MONA LISA 34L ET DS PHAF THF JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L DSC PHAF THF JSF/RB GOLDEN CHAIN 15U DSF PHAF THF *X4144983 RB GOLDEN CHAIN 140TH

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

SIRE DAM

5 3.5 42 67 27 48 4 10

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YG -0.68 -0.38 13 3 -0.8 CW 8 38 REA 1.04 0.39 MB -0.12 0.05 56 FT -0.14 -0.09 25 44 $CEZ 19.03 46.12 $BMI 124.41 127.75 9 $F 47.84 47.47 14

15U was the high selling cow on a past Durham Nation sale and full sib in blood to the bull that did so much good at Loving Farms, JSF/RB Prestige 8U. The heifer calf in her was later the Champion sale and high selling heifer at the Ohio Beef Expo. Big Time cow power here! CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362 & TURNER SHORTHORNS - TOM AND SUSIE TURNER, 614-499-5248 JSF/RB Golden Chain15U

2 IVF NON SEXED EMBRYOS

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CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF *X4140183 NPS DESERT ROSE 004 PHAF THF FAWL HEAT WAVE PHAF THC JSUL JALYNN 344 DSC PHAF THF XCHI334061 MISS FOREPLAY

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

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5 4.1 60 105 33 64 -1 4

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YG -0.41 -0.27 7 20 2.3 CW 13 0.57 33 REA 0.6 MB -0.09 0.32 56 FT -0.09 -0.05 10 26 $CEZ 10.29 26.53 $BMI 115.81 79.54 2 $F 57.11 47.66 1

One of the most dominant shorthorn plus matings to have ever come out of Sullivan Farms. JSUL Jalynn has raised sale toppers and champions year after year. One of the most successful results from this mating is SULL Jalynn “Steiner” 0904 that was the 2011 American Royal and NAILE Supreme Champion Female over all breeds. Most recently a full sister sold through the 2018 Maternal Legends sale for $54,000. SULL Revolution, one of the most powerful and maternally designed herd sires to ever come out of Sullivan Farms, is a full brother to these embryos as well. Note these embryos will be dual registered ShorthornPlus and 12.82% Chianina.

Full Sister to Embryos SULL Jalynn 0904 “Steiner”

CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380 Full Brother to Embryos SULL Revolution 4383

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Semen

LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X DSF PHAF THF

*x4091399 | B | 1/6/2005 | SH100 | Polled | Red | 245R

WHR SONNY 8114 DSF PHAF THF X NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 3 3.3 42 74 25 46 -4 7 -0.37 4 0.36 0.04 -0.09 9.14 83.52 49.02

Little Cedar Aviator 503X

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Selling 1 unit conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: CROW CREEK FARMS, 580-585-2522

CF Solution X ET

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Selling 1 unit conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

CF SOLUTION X ET DSF PHAF THF

*x4072518 | B | 3/19/2003 | SH100 | Polled | RWM | 368 CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF X NPS DESERT ROSE 004 PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW 2 6 61 105 14 45 -7 9 -0.44 2

CSF Long Look HC 706 ET

REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 0.6 -0.17 -0.09 -1.01 83.35 55.79

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Selling 2 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

Byland Flash 9U106

CSF LONG LOOK HC 706 ET DSF PHAF THF

*s4257671 | B | 3/15/2017 | SH100 | Scurred | RWM | CSF 706 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF X CF MARGIE 119 SOL X ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 9 0.1 39 60 19 39 5 12 -0.47 -6 0.46 -0.19 -0.11 32.75 108.96 44.73

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Selling 5 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: CORNERSTONE FARMS, 765-546-0796

SULL Right Direction ET

SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF

*x4140183 | B | 11/10/2006 | SH100 | Polled | R/W | 6999 CF TRUMP X DSF PHAF THF X NPS DESERT ROSE 004 PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 5 4.1 60 105 33 64 -1 4 -0.41 13 0.6 -0.09 -0.09 10.29 115.81 57.11

BYLAND FLASH 9U106 DSF PHAF THF

*x4294954 | B | 4/8/2019 | SH99.22 | Polled (Homo - T) | Roan | 9106 STUDER’S UNIVERSAL 10B DSF PHAF THF X BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY5M106

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 1.7 52 90 29 55 11 17 -0.39 13 0.63 0.12 -0.08 44.33 140.66 56.35

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Semen stored at Great Lakes Sire Service. Flash is Homo Polled, THF, PHAF, DSF & Myostatin Free.

Selling 2 units conventional semen

CONSIGNED BY: PAINT VALLEY FARMS, 330-231-6834 & BECKLER SHORTHORNS, 330-201-5975

CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

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BYLAND GLOBAL 5M10 DSF PHAF THF

*x4224565 | B | 2/10/2015 | SH98.44 | Polled | Roan | 5B10 JSF MCCOY 39Z DSF PHAF THF X BYLAND JENNY 3G33

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 15 0.7 23 38 31 42 11 19 -0.54 -26 0.41 -0.26 -0.11 56.2 123.86 36.68

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Selling 5 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: BYLAND, 419-651-0501

Byland Global 5M10

TJH BO’S MAXIM H7 DSF PHAF THF

*x4249489 | B | 9/21/2016 | SH98.44 | Polled | Roan | H7 CYT MAXIM 9202 ET DSF PHAF THF X CYT MYRTLE BO 0183 DSF PHAF THF

TJH Bo’s Maxim H7

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 4 5 50 89 20 46 -2 10 -0.51 3 0.7 -0.23 -0.1 9.24 93.67 50.4

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JSF BATTLEFRONT 129C ET DSF PHAF THF

*x4226306 | B | 3/20/2015 | SH100 | Polled | Roan | JSF 129C JSF BROKER 157Z DSF PHAF THF X MR ADELAIDE 68K DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 8 1.8 51 76 23 48 5 20 -0.37 4 0.37 0.07 -0.09 28.09 124.56 53.66

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JSF Battlefront 129C ET

His heifer calves were highly accepted in Durham Nation 2020 by individuals from all facets of the industry. His sons will further cement my feeling that he is one of the most proponent sires ever used at the JSF.

SULL Red Knight 2030 ET

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET DSF PHAF THF

*4190557 | B | 2/24/2012 | SH100 | Horned | Red | 2030 CF SOLUTION X ET DSF PHAF THF X K-KIM MONA LISA 10T ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 8 1.9 60 100 23 54 -2 6 -0.42 12 0.7 -0.06 -0.09 21.45 115.72 57.4

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Selling 3 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

SULL Red Reward 9321

Saskvalley Banjo 268B

SASKVALLEY BANJO 268B DSF PHAF THF

SULL RED REWARD 9321 DSF PHAF THF

x4256469 | B | 5/19/2014 | SH100 | Polled | White | AEN 268B

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T DSF PHAF THF X MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 -0.2 42 65 24 45 8 21 -0.36 1 0.17 -0.16 -0.11 49.47 124.21 47.21

*xAR48841 | B | 4/15/2009 | AR87.5 | Polled | Red | 9321 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 13 -1.9 42 60 27 48 5 9 -0.45 -20 0.31 -0.24 -0.09 45.18 127.43 45.32

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Selling 2 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J THF X SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 73R DSF PHAF THF

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Selling 10 units conventional semen A Maggie 73R son out of the great Canadian cowmaker, Ultra 12J. Banjo makes tremendous deep bodied females that are moderate, thick and quiet. Sons are popular with our customers and check out the JSF catalog to see his influence for Derek. His stats for the National Sire Test have been good too. This is the kind of bull that does it all. Semen is CSS qualified and available for export. CONSIGNED BY: BOWMAN SUPERIOR GENETICS, 765-886-5777

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JSF/PVF CHECKERED FLAG2 ET DSF PHAF THF

x4190244 | B | 8/17/2011 | SH100 | Polled | Roan | 28Y

EIONMOR MR GUS 80C PHAF THF X STEVENSTEAD NONPAREIL 31 DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 9 1.6 39 62 22 42 6 18 -0.37 4 0.38 0.02 -0.09 32.03 111.55 47.45

JSF/PVF Checkered Flag2 ET

Recent Checkered Flag progeny that sold in the 2020 Durham Nation Sale.

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Old school pedigree with new school look. Sires cattle that are highly attractive, no matter the female.

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

ELOORA BAKER G31 DSF PHAF THF

x4258927 | B | 3/16/2011 | SH100 | Polled | Roan | G31 MARELLAN INDESTRUCTABLE X ELOORA ARRAS D18

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 7 2.4 56 91 30 58 9 13 -0.24 4 0.28 0.2 -0.05 19.55 128.94 57.47

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Selling 5 units conventional semen Ask Jeff Aegerter and Alan Sears about the Baker heifer calves that sold on Durham Nation 2020. They will tell you that 2 were not only show heifers, prepared to stand the highest levels of competition, but also future donors. While you are in OKC, be sure to find his first great son, JSF Bond 116H, once you do, you won’t soon forget him. CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

Eloora Baker G31

SPRY’S HERITAGE P73 | B | 7/16/2018 | | Polled | Roan |

SPRYS HERITAGE M213 X SPRYS ACES PRIMROSE K45

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 9.7 3.5 66.3 104.4 26 59 7 10 -0.37 16 0.66 -0.27 -0.07 26.59 137.57 57.41

Spry’s Heritage P73

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Dam Sprys Aces Primrose K45

We purchased the North American Semen rights on Spry’s Heritage P73 while on the World Shorthorn Tour in Australia last fall. P73 excelled in overall phenotype, structural soundness, and fleshing ability. He was a standout in his contemporary group for mass and dimension. When Gerald showed us their cowherd, we loved every female that went back to P73’s cow family. They were a group of beautiful females - uniform in design and moderate in size with beautiful udders. When viewing them from behind, we were impressed by their capacity and dimension. P73’s dam, Spry’s Aces Primrose K45, has raised P73 and another bull that both sold for $24,000 at auction. We are excited to see P73’s progeny and his impact in the U.S. Semen is stored at Hawkeye Breeders in the United States and Alta Genetics in Canada. We will be marketing a limited amount of semen. He has been 50K tested and also tested negative for myostatin. He is homozygous polled. Make sure to check out P73’s video that was taken while he was at stud last February: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM6GAZ9dizk CONSIGNED BY: DTR CATTLE COMPANY, 785-587-7947

TRN OMAHA 79 DSF PHAF THF

*x4251329 | B | 4/18/2017 | SH100 | Polled | RWM | TRN 79 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF X GCC TURNERS MARGIE 542 E ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 9 4.1 45 70 21 44 7 8 -0.45 7 0.53 -0.02 -0.11 32.3 122.42 50.27

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TRN Omaha 79

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Selling 3 units sexed heifer semen Selling 3 units sexed heifer semen CONSIGNED BY: GREENHORN CATTLE COMPANY, 937-470-6552


SULL KNIGHTED MAN 6231D ET DSF PHAF THF

*x4248442 | B | 2/7/2016 | SH100 | Polled | Red | SULL 6231D SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF X K-KIM MONA LISA 10T ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 2 5.2 56 98 34 63 -2 5 -0.42 8 0.59 -0.06 -0.09 2.39 109.79 55.06

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Selling 4 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: GREENHORN CATTLE COMPANY, 937-470-6552

SULL PROPEL 7187E ET DSF PHAF THF

*x4258409 | B | 2/22/2017 | SH96.9 | Polled | Red | SULL 7187E

SULL Knighted Man 6231D ET

SULL RGLC LEGACY 525 ET DSF PHAF THF X HD RUBY 903 DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 6 3 52 83 31 56 -1 12 -0.37 -6 0.27 -0.12 -0.09 17.69 111.71 51.66

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Selling 2 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

SULL TRAVELER 9807 ET DSC PHAF THF

*4165654 | B | 5/17/2009 | SH100 | Horned | Roan | 9807 SULL GNCC ASSET ET DSC PHAF THF X SULL SABLE DELIGHT ET PHAF THF

SULL Propel 7187 ET

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 5 3.3 51 85 20 46 0 6 -0.37 3 0.37 -0.07 -0.09 14.07 97.36 51.96

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Selling 5 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY DSF PHAF THF

SULL Traveler 9807 ET

x4141432 | B | 1/17/2008 | SH100 | Polled | Red | 776U

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET DSF PHAF THF X K-KIM MEG 270N ET DSC PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 -0.7 40 57 22 42 12 9 -0.49 -8 0.42 -0.04 -0.12 48.71 140.46 47.73

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Selling 5 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380 Free K-Kim Hot Commodity

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SULL FERRARI 6597D DSF PHAF THF

*xAR4241357 | B | 3/16/2016 | AR50 | Polled | Black | SULL 6597D SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 PHAF THF X SULL CRYSTAL JUDY 1471 ET DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 7 2.6 65 108 17 50 3 17 -0.08 13 0.12 0.35 -0.02 16.88 108.15 63.78

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Selling 3 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

SULL REVOLUTION 4383 DSC PHAF THF

SULL Ferrari 6597D

*xAR4235705 | B | 4/15/2014 | AR50 | Polled | BWM | SULL 4383 SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET DSF PHAF THF X JSUL JALYNN 344 DSC PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 7 3.1 46 82 21 44 1 3 -0.34 17 0.58 0.12 -0.07 20.56 97.12 52.52

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Selling 3 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: SULLIVAN FARMS, 402-650-1380

DRAG REDEMPTION DSC PHAF THC

*x4285995 | B | 3/15/2019 | SH100 | Polled | Roan | DRAG G15 FSF BEARCAT 37Z ET DSH PHAF THC X STECK AUGUSTA PRIDE 505 E ET DSF PHAF THF

SULL Revolution

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 5 3.5 39 64 22 41 -1 11 -0.42 -8 0.32 -0.1 -0.1 19.55 93.6 45.86

Dam Steck August Pride 505 E ET

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Sire FSF Bearcat 37Z ET

DRAG Redemption

Selling 5 units conventional semen

He’s twisted steel and flashy appeal! He is a breed changer as he offers stoutness, depth of body, boldness of rib and being sound. He is an extremely sleek fronted bull with a 65lbs birth weight. He is the 2019 Shorthorn Jr. National Reserve Grand Champion Bull and multiple time Division Champion Bull - DRAG Redemption. Buyer pays for shipping.

3 CONVENTIONAL EMBRYOS

Selling 1 Package of 3 Conventional Embryos Now’s your chance to raise your own flush mate to DRAG Redemption. Guaranteed one pregnancy if put in by a certified embryologist. Buyer pays for shipping. JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L DSC PHAF THF FSF BEARCAT 37Z ET DSH PHAF THC *X4188233 FSF VALLEY ROSE 2149 ET DS PHAF THC MAV CHARISMA 906W DSF PHAF THF STECK AUGUSTA PRIDE 505 E ET DSF PHAF THF *X4226755 WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 1374 ET CONSIGNED BY: DRAGSTREM FARMS, 765-776-0522

GILMAN’S PRAIRIE FIRE 580 DSF PHAF THF

x4218847 | B | 5/7/2015 | SH100 | Polled | Red | C580G STUDER’S TPS UNLIMITED 7A DSF PHAF THF X SASKVALLEY MYRTLE 81Z DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 12 0.7 40 72 21 42 8 20 -0.35 -17 0.12 -0.24 -0.08 40.43 104.61 45.25

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Selling 5 units conventional semen Selling 5 units conventional semen CONSIGNED BY: GILMAN SHORTHORNS, 515-360-1445


JSF WALL STREET 106C ET DSF PHAF THF

x4228704 | B | 3/18/2015 | SH100 | Polled | Red | JSF 106C SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T DSF PHAF THF X KL GOLD ROSE DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 16 0.6 52 79 33 59 11 18 -0.35 3 0.27 0.09 -0.1 51.05 154.33 55.19

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One of the best and most proven sires in the Shorthorn breed. His daughters are feminine, correct, and highly maternal. His sons are sound, functional, excellent numbered, and, highly marketable.

JSF Wall Street 106C

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362 JSF Ember 209E

JSF EMBER 209E DSF PHAF THF

*xAR4263489 | B | 3/25/2017 | AR87.5 | Polled | Red | JSF 209E SBR GOLDEN ROD 714B X JSF JSF RHINESTONE 176A

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 12 0.4 43 70 36 57 5 20 -0.18 8 0.25 0.12 -0.04 40.81 119.59 50.18

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Selling 10 units conventional semen

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Our high selling bred heifer on Durham Nation 2020 was an own daughter of Ember. He is a curve bending bull that presents impeccable calving ease with acceptable growth. As the females mature, you won’t have enough of them.

Jake’s Reincarnation 228Y

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362 JSF Josey Wales 126E

JAKE’S REINCARNATION 228Y DSF PHAF THF

*x4207339 | B | 9/10/2011 | SH93.75 | Polled | White | 228Y JAKE’S SULTAN OF JAZZ 213S DSF PHAF THF X JAKE’S TIARA 217T DS

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 18 -2.9 37 52 22 40 12 18 -0.5 -2 0.65 0.09 -0.1 65.47 147.37 48.12

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Likely my favorite herd sire in the battery, who will breed cows yet again as a 10 year old in 2021. No other bull consistently Selling 10 units conventional semen delivers calving ease, moderation, fleshing ability, & look like this old standby. CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

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JSF JOSEY WALES 126E DSF PHAF THF

*x4263472 | B | 3/19/2017 | SH99.22 | Polled | Roan | JSF 126E SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z DSF PHAF THF X LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 112Y DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 14 1.1 58 92 23 52 8 15 -0.23 10 0.32 -0.13 -0.05 41.69 128.59 54.97

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The Outlaw son we got back to use here. The Josey’s bring a shot of performance, extension, and look without sacrificing calving ease. His sons averaged in excess of 6K on Durhams in the Dakotas 2020.

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

SULL Red Demand 9329 ET

SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET DSF PHAF THF

*xAR49219 | B | 4/18/2009 | AR87.5 | Polled | Red | 9329 TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T DSF PHAF THF X KL MARIGOLD MARIA 974 DSF PHAF THF

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F 7 0.5 33 50 21 38 1 11 -0.63 -21 0.54 -0.09 -0.13 27.69 108.69 43.26

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Proven birthweight reducer and sire of eye appealing, functional cattle. His daughters make excellent females and show up in some of the better stock in a variety of environments.

CONSIGNED BY: JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM, 701-238-4362

shorthorn country = january 2021

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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. 4. Any donor dam and AI sire that does not have all the required tests that makes them Donor Dam Qualified and/or AI Sire Qualified; the resulting progeny will need to be tested for those tests missing in order to be eligible for registration at the American Shorthorn Association.


Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show Open ShorthornPlus Show :: Judge: Phil Johnson, Illinois by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Champion Female, was CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET, exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Shorthorn enthusiast made the legendary walk into Freedom Hall on Monday, November 16th to start the National ShorthornPlus Show. Judge and Shorthorn breeder, Phil Johnson evaluated 8 bulls and 59 females to find his National Champions. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Junior Champion Bull honors went to SS Southern Comfort 908 shown by Schrag Shorthorn Farms

of Marion, S.D. LNM Traveling Commodity 11H was named Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, exhibited by Lindsey Mogg of Sumner, Mich. CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET claimed the title of Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Champion Female, exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis of Bowling Green,

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Junior Champion Bull, was SS Southern Comfort 908, exhibited by Schrag Shorthorn Farms, Marion, S.D.

Ohio. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Reserve Senior Champion Female was SULL Black Cherri 9034G ET shown by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Division Winners: Open ShorthornPlus Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Shouf Rose DB 2015, Maddox Reedy, Tuscola, Ill. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Miss Twisted Blue, Grace Fry, Roachdale, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Classy Crystal 0401H ET, Sullivan Farms, Dunlap, Iowa. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Tamale 070 Ferrari X ET, Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET Makenna Hoppa, Fremont, Mich. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF NB Demi 024 Primo X ET, Samantha VanVorhis. Senior Heifer Calf Champion LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET, Addison Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET, Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Intermediate Champion Female - BOY Brandi 987, Abigail Thornton, Amanda, Ohio. Junior Champion Female - WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET, Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark. Reserve Junior Champion Female - DJS Rose DT925, Austin Miller, Lanark, Ill. Class Placings: Open ShorthornPlus Bull Class Placings: Early Spring Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) LNM Traveling Commodity 11H exhibited by Lindsey Mogg; 2) Harper’s Red Head Living Color exhibited by Roanee Harper. Junior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) SMCK Jameson exhibited by Caitlynn Kruyer; 2) El Hefffe exhibited by Joshua Archer; 3) Rusty exhibited by Cummons Farms. Junior Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) SS Southern Comfort 908 exhibited by Schrag Shorthorn Farms. Senior Yearling Bulls – (2 entries): 1) LDB Premium Reward Apache 911 exhibited by Brittany Blankinship; 2) 3H Espresso 83477 exhibited by Zachary Word.


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Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, was LNM Traveling Commodity 11H, exhibited by Lindsey Mogg, Sumner, Mich.

Open ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) Shouf Rose DB 2015 exhibited by Maddox Reedy; 2) Miss Twisted Blue exhibited by Grace Fry; 3) R-C Miss Moon 05 ET exhibited by RC Show Cattle. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) SULL Classy Crystal 0401H ET exhibited by Sullivan Farms; 2) Peakview Ain’t Lyin’ 2004 ET exhibited by Gabriella Leone; 3) SFF No Foolin 020 S exhibited by Katelyn Hull. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa Smile 081 Primo X ET exhibited by Kevin Hesser; 2) SULL S/T CULL Sweet Dreams 0510H ET exhibited by Kyia Hendrickson; 3) SULL Leave it to Beaver 0490H ET exhibited by Hailey Shoemaker. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) CF Tamale 070 Ferrari X ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 2) CSF Lady Crystal 2112 ET exhibited by Allyssa Obrecht; 3) MFS Maxa Ona 31H exhibited by Austin Miller. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) WGR Chelsie 201H exhibited by Hannah Wetzel; 2) HFA Stellas Beauty exhibited by Annette Braun; 3) J-F Margie 2023 B exhibited by Nathan Hill. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) SULL Lady Chip 0129H ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) CF Lady Crystal 037 Style X ET exhibited by Tyler Dahse; 3) SFF Jasmine 012 LL exhibited by Tyler Dahse. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET exhibited by Makenna Hoppa; 2) CF NB Demi 024 Primo X ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 3) CF Lady Crystal 007 Style X ET exhibited by Hailey Frazier. Winter Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 48

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Reserve Senior Champion Female, was SULL Black Cherri 9034G ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

1) LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET exhibited by Lane Blankinship; 2) Peakview Catalyst 219 exhibited by Gabriella Leone; 3) R-C RC BRCC Cinderella Style ET exhibited by Cameron Bryant. Senior Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET exhibited by Addison Obrecht; 2) MM Patsy AI 138G exhibited by Clayton Poppe; 3) SH Sinful Rose ET exhibited by Keagan Long. Late Spring Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) BOY Brandi 987 exhibited by Abigail Thornton. Early Spring Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET exhibited by Whitney Walker; 2) DJS Rose DT925 exhibited by Austin Miller; 3) GMG 645 Seductive Style 26G ET exhibited by Callie Halsey. Junior Yearling Females – (8 entries): 1) CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET exhibited by Samantha VanVohis; 2) SULL Black Cherri 9034G ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) BONL Prime Lucy 903G ET exhibited by Emily Hoene. =

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Junior Bull Calf Champion - SMCK Jameson, Caitlynn Kruyer, Holly, Mich.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - El Heffe, Joshua Archer, West Finley, Pa.

Senior Champion Bull - LDB Premium Reward Apache 911. Brittany Blankinship, Orlando, Okla.

Reserve Senior Champion Bull - 3H Espresso 83477, Zachary Word, Frohna, Mo.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Shouf Rose DB 2015, Maddox Reedy, Tuscola, Ill.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion Miss Twisted Blue, Grace Fry, Roachdale, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Classy Crystal 0401H ET, Sullivan Farms, Dunlap, Iowa.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion CF Tamale 070 Ferrari X ET, Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion - SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET Makenna Hoppa, Fremont, Mich.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF NB Demi 024 Primo X ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion - LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET, Addison Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa.

Open ShorthornPlus Female Show Pictures not available: Intermediate Champion Female - BOY Brandi 987, Abigail Thornton, Amanda, Ohio. Junior Champion Female - WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET, Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET, Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla.

Reserve Junior Champion Female - DJS Rose DT925, Austin Miller, Lanark, Ill.

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Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Harper’s Red Head Living Color, Roanee Harper, Prattsville, Ark.

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NAILE Junior Shorthorn Show Judge: Parker Henley, Oklahoma by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Junior Heifer Calf Champion, was CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET, exhibited by Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Junior Champion Female, was LGF Ruby Knights 9360G, exhibited by John Gellerman, Petersburg, Ill. She also claimed the title of Bred & Owned Grand Champion Shorthorn Female.

On Sunday, November 15, 2020, Parker Henley evaluated the Junior Purebred Shorthorn show in Louisville, KY. Henley sorted through 111 Purebred Females to find his Champion. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion honors went to CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET shown by Houston Ferree of Sullivan, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion 50

Shorthorn Female & Junior Champion Female was LGF Ruby Knights 9360G owned by John Gellerman of Petersburg, Ill. She also was named B&O Grand Champion Shorthorn Female. Junior Shorthorn Female Show Division Winners: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET, Makenzie Laughery, Royse City, Texas. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve

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Champion - SFF Mona Lisa 043 I, Evelyn Hill, Yorktown, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Margie 058 HC X ET, Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SFF Caroline 017 W ET, Skylar Ward, New Paris, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Cherri 036 X ET, Carter Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Champion CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET, Jackson Harlan, Bells, Texas. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Cumberland 9128 AV X ET, McKala Grauel, Ridgeway, Ohio. Intermediate Champion Female Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G, Keagan Steck, Woodstock, Minn. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF CSF Cumberland 9102 HC X ET, Carter Wickard. Reserve Junior Champion Female - BFS Margie LL 950, Mikayla Wetzel, Faribault, Minn. Senior Champion Female - CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET, Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Reserve Senior Champion Female - GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET, Kolten Greenhorn, Bellbrook, Ohio. Junior Shorthorn Female Show Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET exhibited by Makenzie Laughery; 2) SFF Mona Lisa 043 I exhibited by Evelyn Hill; 3) TILT Cindy Beauty 11K ET exhibited by Caroline Tilton. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF S/F Margie 093 SOL X ET exhibited by Keegan McGrew; 2) BFC KES Sable H109; 3) BFC Royal Ruby EE 064 ET exhibited by Emily Bollum. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) MFS Crystal’s Lu Lu 43 H ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) CF Rosebud 090 UH X exhibited by Ryan Wickard; 3) NR Red Carmele 619H exhibited by Alyssa Miller. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) Steck Chelsie RM 014 exhibited by Rosemary Thompson; 2) CF Crystal’s Lucy 073 RK X ET exhibited by Reed Schumacher; 3) NR Quantum Queen 423H ET exhibited by Reagan Ferris. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) SHOUF Starlight UH 2010 exhibited by Charli Bay Tapscott; 2)


Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) CF CSF Cherri 036 X ET exhibited by Carter Wickard; 2) DF/CCC Omaha Queen exhibited by Ethan McMichael; 3) CF CSF Mona Lisa Smile 038 X ET exhibited by Abby Allred. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) DVW Pretty Perfect 230 exhibited by Megan Keeney; 2) CSF Mona’s Solution 2111 ET exhibited by Skylar Ward; 3) CF HHF Margie 034 HC X ET exhibited by Ravi Dare. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) CF CSF Crystals Swan 015 EV X ET exhibited by Houston Ferree; 2)

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CSF Margie 2119 HC ET exhibited by Cheyenne Kiser; 3) BFC Dividend Fool H077 ET exhibited by Emily Adams. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) CF CSF Margie 058 HC X ET exhibited by Paige Wickard; 2) SFF Caroline 017 W ET exhibited by Skylar Ward; 3) DKSN Ten Queens 303 Brextyn Grabiel. Junior Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) CF Mirage 050 EL X ET exhibited by Mckala Grauel; 2) J-F SFF Mona Lisa Reward 2011 S ET exhibited by Emily Dahse; 3) DKSN Max Rosa 226 exhibited by Mckala Grauel.

J-F Mona Lisa Reward 2014 SOL ET exhibited by Rylan Jester; 3) Hahn Elizabeth C3H ET exhibited by Paige Van Dyke. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) CF Mona Lisa 002 SOL X ET exhibited by Alyssa Carter; 2) CSF Demi 2103 LL ET exhibited by Maggie Potter; 3) CSF Lady Trump 2106 ET exhibited by Jaedyn Richards. Winter Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) BARR Augusta Pride 1905 exhibited by Brandon Barr; 2) R-C Jazzy Felecia 967 ET exhibited by Piper Campbell; 3) FF/ DL White Crystaleen 37G ET exhibited by Emily Dahse. Senior Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET exhibited by Jackson Harlan; 2) CF CSF Cumberland 9128 A V X ET exhibited by Mckala Grauel; 3) R-C BRCC Proud Revival 910 exhibited by Addison Campbell. Summer Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Bratcher Mona Lisa 932 exhibited by Abby Bratcher; 2) RSF Maxx Lady 20G exhibited by Alyson Utegg. Late Spring Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET exhibited by Benjamin Allen; 2) CF CSF Dream Lady 8120 EV X ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 3) Layla’s Knighted Pear 1192 exhibited by Mya Hetrick. Late Spring Yearling Females – (8 entries): 1) Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G exhibited by Keagan Steck; 2) CF CSF Cumberland 9102 HC X ET exhibited by Carter Wickard; 3) SS Max Rosa 973 ET exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Early Spring Yearling Females – (6 entries): 1) LGF Ruby Knights 9360G ET exhibited by John Gellerman; 2) BFS Margie LL 950 exhibited by Mikayla Wetzel; 3) CF S/F Margie 998 BW X exhibited by Skylar Ward. Early Spring Yearling Females – (8 entries): 1) SULL LGF Ruby Knights 9362G ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 2) SULL Sweet Dreams 9134G ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart; 3) NF Fool Me Later exhibited by Kendall Nelson. Junior Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET exhibited by Miller Smith; 2) SULL MFS Dreamin Big 9203G ET exhibited by Avery Wood; 3) CF CSF Demi 930 HC X ET exhibited by Alyssa Carter. Junior Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn; 2) LDB Mirage Premium Brave 901 exhibited by Lane Blankinship; 3) WAT Bobby’s Fire Girl 120G exhibited by Karly Goetz. Senior Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Hahn Elizabeth C43F ET exhibited by John Cox; 2) SULL Wild Roses 8501F ET exhibited by Fulton Kennedy. =


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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF Mona Lisa 099 SOL X ET, Makenzie Laughery, Royse City, Texas.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion SFF Mona Lisa 043 I, Evelyn Hill, Yorktown, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Margie 058 HC X ET, Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion SFF Caroline 017 W ET, Skylar Ward, New Paris, Ohio.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Cherri 036 X ET, Carter Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF Veronica 9124 SOL X ET, Jackson Harlan, Bells, Texas.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Cumberland 9128 AV X ET, McKala Grauel, Ridgeway, Ohio.

Intermediate Champion Female - Steck WSCC Chelsie HC 911G, Keagan Steck, Woodstock, Minn.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF CSF Cumberland 9102 HC X ET, Carter Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.

Reserve Junior Champion Female - BFS Margie LL 950, Mikayla Wetzel, Faribault, Minn.

Senior Champion Female - CF V8 Mona Lisa 935 SOL X ET, Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind.

Reserve Senior Champion Female - GCC Marvelous Margie 96 ET, Kolten Greenhorn, Bellbrook, Ohio.

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NAILE Junior ShorthornPlus Show Judge: Garrett Lampe, Illinois by Emily Velisek

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Reserve Senior Champion Female, was SULL Black Cherri 9034G ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

The ShorthornPlus Junior show kicked off our weekend at the NAILE on Saturday, November 14th in Broadbent Arena. Judge Garrett Lampe evaluated 62 head of ShorthornPlus females. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Champion Female was CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET shown by Samantha VanVorhis of Bowling Green, Ohio. SULL Black Cherri 9034G ET

claimed Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Reserve Senior Champion Female, exhibited by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Bred & Owned Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was awarded to LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET shown by Lane Blankinship of Orlando, Okla. She was also the Senior Heifer Calf Champion. Junior ShorthornPlus Female

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Champion Female, was CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET, exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio.

Division Winners: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Shouf Rose DB 2015, Maddox Reedy, Tuscola, Ill. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - AC RC Cindy’s Fancy Girl, Addison Campbell, Eaton, Ohio. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CSF Lady Crystal 2112 ET, Allyssa Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SFF No Foolin 020 S, Katelyn Hull, Noblesville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET, Makenna Hoppa, Fremont, Mich. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Lady Crystal 037 Style X ET, Tyler Dahse, Thurman, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET, Addison Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Intermediate Champion Female - BOY Brandi 987, Abigail Thorton, Amanda, Ohio. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - FOUT Black Revival M, Bryson Cardinal, Bruceville, Ind. Junior Champion Female - WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET, Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark. Reserve Junior Champion Female ZSF Lucy’s Sky Diamonds ET, Colten Anderson, Lake Village, Ind. Junior ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) Shouf Rose DB 2015 exhibited by Maddox Reedy; 2) AC RC Cindy’s Fancy Girl exhibited by Addison Campbell; 3) KSC Crystal’s Tone 820 ET exhibited by Jacob Keeney. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (8 entries): 1) SFF No Foolin 020 S exhibited by Katelyn Hull; 2) CF Mona Lisa Smile 081 Primo X ET exhibited by Kevin Hesser; 3) SULL S/T Cull Sweet Dreams 0510H ET exhibited by Kyia Hendrickson. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) CSF Lady Crystal 2112 ET exhibited by Allyssa Obrecht; 2) CF Tamale 070 Ferrari X ET exhibited by Mark Inskeep; 3) MS Delilah exhibited by Emma McLaughlin. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) WGR Chelsie 201H exhibited by Hannah Wetzel; 2) J-F Margie 2023 B exhibited by Nathan Hill; 3) HFA Stellas Beauty exhibited by Annette Braun. Junior Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) CF Lady Crystal 037 Style X ET


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Bred & Owned Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Heifer Calf Champion, was LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET, exhibited by Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla.

exhibited by Tyler Dahse; 2) SULL Lady Chip 0129H ET exhibited by Reid Utterback; 3) SFF Jasmine 012 LL exhibited by Tyler Dahse. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET exhibited by Makenna Hoppa; 2) CF NB Demi 024 Primo X ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 3) AND Misty Mae exhibited by Whitney Swaim. Winter Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET exhibited by Lane Blankinship; 2) Peakview Catalyst 219 exhibited by Gabriella Leona; 3) SMFC SMF Fluffy 2 exhibited by Kendra Cornelius. Senior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET exhibited by Addison Obrecht; 2) MM 54

Patsy AI 138G exhibited by Clayton Poppe; 3) SharBen Crystyle Vera 1064 ET exhibited by Hadley Wilson. Summer Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) BFF Whitney exhibited by Erika Scott. Late Spring Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) BOY Brandi 987 exhibited by Abigail Thorton; 2) FOUT Black Revival M exhibited by Bryson Cardinal; 3) CPMR Matilda 9111 exhibited by Cabree Mullins. Early Spring Yearling Females – (7 entries): 1) WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET exhibited by Whitney Walker; 2) ZSF Lucy’s Sky Diamonds ET exhibited by Colten Anderson; 3) GMG 645 Seductive Style 26G ET exhibited by Callie Halsey.

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Junior Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 2) SULL Lucy’s Tradition 9133G ET exhibited by Harley Sargent; 3) SULL Primed Mary 9009G ET exhibited by Kaylie Shelton. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) SULL Black Cherri 9034H ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) SULL Maxed Style 9011G ET exhibited by Paige Wickard; 3) SUTH Primabella 409G exhibited by Brenna Perkins. Senior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) SMFC Brown Sugar 3 exhibited by Kylie Cornelius. =


Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion AC RC Cindy’s Fancy Girl, Addison Campbell, Eaton, Ohio.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SFF No Foolin 020 S, Katelyn Hull, Noblesville, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion - SULL S/T Dream Come True 014H ET, Makenna Hoppa, Fremont, Mich.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Lady Crystal 037 Style X ET, Tyler Dahse, Thurman, Ohio.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female FOUT Black Revival M, Bryson Cardinal, Bruceville, Ind.

Junior ShorthornPlus Show Pictures not available: Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CSF Lady Crystal 2112 ET, Allyssa Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - LWFS Lady Crystal P 1929 ET, Addison Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Intermediate Champion Female - BOY Brandi 987, Abigail Thorton, Amanda, Ohio. Junior Champion Female - WSCC Steck Chelsie 930G ET, Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark. Reserve Junior Champion Female - ZSF Lucy’s Sky Diamonds ET, Colten Anderson, Lake Village, Ind.

The Supreme Champion and winner of the George Garvin Brown Memorial Trophy went to the Grand Champion Shorthorn Female.

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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Shouf Rose DB 2015, Maddox Reedy, Tuscola, Ill.

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Sommer National Shorthorn Smith Lassie President

National Lassie Queen Contest Moves to Junior Nationals The annual meeting of the National Shorthorn Lassies was held on November 19th virtually on Zoom. Attendance was up from our traditional live meetings taking place annually at NAILE. Items of business discussed were the fundraising options and investment options to maintain the organization as well as leadership. The primary item of business was the by-law change that moves the National Lassie Queen contest to Jr. Nationals. There was a lot of discussion and good points made for each location. The final vote was

to move the contest to Jr. Nationals beginning at the 2021 Jr. National in Louisville, KY June 21-26. This will change the application deadlines to April 15th, more details will follow. The 2021 Board of Directors were elected as follows: President: Sommer Smith VP: Megan Dragstrem Secretary: Sydney Miller Treasurer: Pam Dressen Queen Co-Chair: Elaine Dragstrem Queen Co-Chair: Gwen Crawford Public Relations: Faye Smith

Directors: Faye Korthaus Emily Fry Christina Wenderski Jacalyn Meisner We look forward to a prosperous 2021 and encourage any girls who would like to run for National Queen to reach out to Elaine or any board member. We have new board members with great ideas and are looking forward to new things. =

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Funding the Future Online Sale

February 16, 2021

Visit the AJSA Facebook page for upcoming information about the lots available for purchase!

Special Thanks to AMS for hosting our fundraiser! national junior shorthorn show & youth conference

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Sale Reports Where Future Generations are Created Sale Summary

1 Bull.............................$ 72,600.................$ 72,600 2 Cows..........................$ 35,000.................$ 7,500 1 Youth Fdn. Heifer......$ 19,500.................$ 19,500 1 Plus Open Heifer.......$ 3,000...................$ 3,000 1 Pregnancy...................$ 5,250...................$ 5,250 1 Flush...........................$ 4,000...................$ 4,000 39 Embryo Pkgs...........$ 104,500...............$ 2,680 29 Semen Pkgs..............$ 25,410.................$ 876 Sale Gross $269,260 Total for the Youth Development Fund $22,100

Sunday, November 15, 2020 Hilton Garden Inn Louisville, Kentucky Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Management: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A very good crowd gathered at the Hilton for this year’s edition of this top sale offering. The genetics offered were of the highest quality compared to past years.The bidding was active in the seats as well as on the internet and on the phones. Congratulations to David and Josh Greenhorn and all the guest consignors for the presentation of an elite sale $72,600 - Lot 1 - Bull - SULL Dream Maker 9141G ET. A r/w, polled February 22, 2019 son of SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Dream On 5158 ET. What a great opportunity here. This is a top of the line young herd sire that was

named National Champion Bull in the NAILE Shorthorn Show the following day. He will be a leader in the breed for years to come. Offered by Sullivan Farms. Possession was purchased by Moore Shorthorns of Jerseyville, Illinois and semen packages were purchased by Rockn’ G Land & Cattle, Drew Curtis, Meyer Shorthorns, Brien Jordan, Nelson Farms, Berg Shorthorns, Cody Bailey, Hale Farms, Wes Knepp, Double C Shorthorns, Legacy Ranch, Jared Bates, Greenhorn Cattle Co, Meyer Family Shorthorns, Aegerter Cattle Co, Smith Family Farms, Larry Carstens, Andrew Chandler, DuLynn Farm, Turner Family Shorthorns, Ryan Beach and Ripberger Farms. $20,000 - Lot 2 - Cow/Calf Pair SULL Maxed Knight 7684E ET. A r/w, horned 2017 daughter of SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Max Rosa 1145-1 ET CL. At her side was a rwm, polled bull calf born October 31, 2020 sired by Hot Commodity. This was a great opportunity to own a Max Rosa that will certainly be a great donor female in the future. Offered by Sullivan Farms and purchased by Peak View Ranch of Fowler, Colorado. $19,500 - Youth Foundation Heifer - Martindell Babe 048. A rwm, polled February 11, 2020 daughter of SS On Target 570 ET and out of Martindell Babe 705. This fancy young show

Deck the Stalls EXTRAVAGANZA

Junior Fundraiser January 10, 2021 at the Cattlemen’s Congress

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prospect was a feature that had the funds raised in which were donated to the Shorthorn Youth Development Fund. Offered by Martindell Farms, the heifer was first purchased by the Red, White and Roan Club and then donated back to be auctioned again. The second purchase was made by Schrag 605 of Marion, South Dakota and Nikkel Bros Show Stock. $15,000 - Lot 3 - Bred Cow - SULL Dream Only 7188E ET. A rwm, 2017 daughter of SULL Right Direction ET and out of SS Dream Lady 161 ET selling bred to CF S/F Upper Hand for an early Spring 2021 calf. This is a super good Right Direction daughter that comes from an elite female line. This is another female that is destined for the donor pen. Offered by Sullivan Farms and purchased by Greenhorn Cattle Co of Waynesville, Ohio and Turner Family Shorthorns of Mahomet, Illinois. $5,250 - Lot 3A - Heifer Pregnancy - Due December 9, 2020. Calf to be sired by SULL Red Knight and out of SULL Dream Only 7188 E ET. This is an exciting mating that will be a great one with a great pedigree. She surely see the show ring and then the donor pen in her future. Offered by Walker Farms and purchased by Wes Knepp of Plymouth, Indiana. =


A Maternal Event Sale Summary

5 Open Heifers.................$ 27,850...................$ 5,570 43 Bred Heifers.................$ 148,750.................$ 3,460 9 Bred Cows.....................$ 25,400....................$ 2,822 18 Plus Bred Heifers.........$ 39,200....................$ 2,178 75 Breeding Lots............$ 241,200................$ 3,216 2 Embryo Packages..........$ 2,775......................$ 1,388 20 Semen Packages...........$ 18,125....................$ 907 1 Donation Lot................$ 800.........................$ 800 Sale Gross $262,900

Saturday, December 12, 2020 Paint Valley Farms, Millersburg, Ohio Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Management: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A good crowd gathered in the awesome sale facility at Paint Valley Farms to make their selections from the great set of females offered by Paint Valley Farms, Byland Polled Shorthorns and Beckler Shorthorns. There were top of the line genetics in all categories to choose from. The prices were super steady in this snappy sale with cattle purchased in the seats, on the internet and on the phones. Congratulations to the firms involved for the presentation of another leading female sale. $8,500 - Lot 1 - Open Heifer - PVF

Favorite 11H. A red, polled February 9, 2020 daughter of BSG Profitwise 1767 and out of PVF Favorite 85D. This was just an outstanding young female that is sired by the trait leader Profitwise. She has a great overall design and the look of a superior donor type female. Her EPD numbers are at the top of the breed. Offered by Paint Valley and purchased by Bowman Superior Genetics of Greens Fork, Indiana. $6,750 - Lot 37 - Bred Heifer Byland Jenny 9RX44. A R&W, polled March 2019 daughter of Leveldale Rolex 278Z ET and out of Byland Jenny 9EM1 selling bred to Byland Soggy Dog 7TM73 for a March 2021 calf. This one was special. She had as much mass and natural muscle as any female in this sale. Everybody found this one in the pens. She will be a breed changer. Offered by Byland and purchased by Stewart Farms of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. $6,250 - Lot 5 - Open Heifer - PVF Rose 44H. A roan, polled March 1, 2020 daughter of Byland Soggy Dog 7TM73 and out of PVF Rose 25Y. This was an outstanding young heifer and the favorite of many in attendance. She has the width and depth that all like to see

and is out of a proven top dam at PVF. She will be a great female in the future. Offered by Paint Valley and purchased by Hines Farm of Ashville, Ohio. $5,750 - Lot 25 - Bred Heifer - Byland Bonnie Bud 9SD66. A red, polled March 2019 daughter of Byland Soggy Dog 7TM73 and out of Byland Bonnie Bud 3R43 selling bred to Byland Flash 9U106 for a late February 2021 calf. This one was a real sale attraction. A Soggy Dog bred to Flash. That is a WOW mating. She was a crowd favorite. She has the body type and dimension that makes her a top donor prospect. Offered by Byland and purchased by Carolina Cattle Co of Central, South Carolina. $5,750 - Lot 33 - Bred Heifer - Byland Cassandra 9R037. A red, polled March 2019 daughter of Byland Rolex 7RX69 and out of JSF Cassandra 130D selling bred to Byland Soggy Dog 7TM73 for a February 2021 calf. This was another favorite. A daughter of the great young sire at Byland and out of a top Outlaw daughter from JSF. She has the bred in performance that all want in their breeding programs. Offered by Byland and purchased by Meredith Land and Cattle of Fayette, Missouri. =

Alden Farms Sale - Buyer Correction Lot 2B - AF Marvelous Mirage 2003 ET was purchased by Ryleigh Morris, Ash Grove, Missouri.

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News & Notes Farewells Charles Laverne Obrecht was born on February 4, 1939 to Donald L. Obrecht and Helen (Jensen) Obrecht on a farm west of Corley, Iowa. Later, he moved with his family to a farm southwest of Harlan where he grew up. He attended Center #7 (Windy Knoll) Country School through the 8th grade, and then went to Harlan High School where he graduated in 1957. He was united in marriage to Judy Kinsinger of June 5, 1966 at the Methodist Church in Grundy Center, Iowa. They lived on a farm near Walnut for six years. They then purchased a farm near Jacksonville and moved there in 1972 where he spent the remainder of his life. To this union, three sons were born: Donald Dean, Charles William and Gregory Laverne. Charlie’s passion has always been his Shorthorn cattle. He showed them at shows across the country, including Chicago International; San Antonio,

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Texas Livestock Exposition; Fort Worth, Texas; Louisville, Kentucky; Kansas City American Royal; Denver; Nebraska State Fair, Ak-sar-ben; and for over 67 years at the Iowa State Fair. His fondest memory was showing his Shorthorn steer, Willie, at the International Livestock Show in Chicago, in Denver, at San Antonio, Texas where he was the Reserve Grand Champion Steer, and in Fort Worth and Austin, Texas. Charlie’s interest centered around the cattle as a member of the Shelby County Cattlemen, and serving as county president and also as a District officer. He has been a member of the Iowa Shorthorn Association where he served as State President for two years, and also as a member of the American Shorthorn Association. When his children were old enough to join 4-H, he helped restart the Jackson Jets 4-H Club as a 4-H Leader. He strongly supported his children and grandchildren in their activities including sports, showing livestock, and farming. Charlie could talk to anyone, never knew a stranger, and always had a story or a joke to tell. Charlie died on November 25, 2020 at

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the age of 81. He is survived by his wife, Judy of 54 years; sons Donald (Jennifer) and Chuck (Renietta) both of Harlan; seven grandchildren: Allyssa, Wyatt, Addison, Reanna, Ryleigh, Cheyenne and Coy; siblings, Donna Scheel, Karla Lemon, Lyle (Carol) Obrecht, Larry (Sally) Obrecht, all of Harlan and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Helen Obrecht and his son, Gregory in 1986. The Tradition: Some folks just don’t get it. They think owning cattle makes no sense. It takes too much time, too much equipment, not to mention the expense. But the fondest memories of my life - they might think sounds funny - were made possible by Mom and Dad, ‘cause they spent the time and spent the money. You see, the most important lessons helping values grow so strong, come from loving cattle and passing that tradition on. =


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Sales Calendar

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Jan. 11 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, OK Jan. 18 - Lazy Bar F Shorthorns Online Heifer Sale, Chickasha, OK, amsonlinesales. com

Jan. 11 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, Okla. Feb. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durhams in the Dakotas” Bull Sale, Kathryn, N.D. Feb. 16 - Iowa Royal Shorthorn Sale, Iowa Beef Expo, Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 16 - Iowa Royal Shorthorn Online Sale, sponsored by the Iowa Shorthorn Association, wlivestock.com.

March 10-11 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, Neb., amsonlinesales.com.

Feb. 20 - Baylor Cowden Show Cattle and Hornhead Valley Farm Online Sale, Hickory, Pa., sconlinesales.com. Feb. 27-28 - Leveldale Farms “Headquarters for Herd Bulls” Open House, Mason City, Ill. Feb. 27 - Studer Shorthorns and Gilman Shorthorns “Don’t You Think It’s Time” Bull Sale, The Cow Palace, Anita, Iowa. March 1 - Leveldale Farms “Headquarters for Herd Bulls” Private Treaty Bull Sale, Mason City, Ill. March 6 - Loving Farms “Predictable Genetics Proven Performance” Sale, Pawnee Rock, Kan.

Feb. 4 - Galbreath Farms “Ladies of the North” Bred Cow Sale, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com

March 9 - Sun Country Shorthorn Sale, Johnstone Auction Mart, Moose Jaw, SK. March 10-11 - Cates Farms “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, Ind., amsonlinesales.com.

Feb. 16 - AJSA Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com.

Feb. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durhams in the Dakotas”, Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND

March 6 - Kentucky National Shorthorn Sale, Kentucky Beef Expo, Louisville, Ky.

Feb. 16 - AJSA Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com March 4 - Bratcher Farms Genetics Sale, Elizabeth, IN, amsonlinesales.com March 6-7 - Stangl Shorthorns Open House Bull and Heifer Sale, Java, SD

March 13 - Tennessee Beef Agribition Show and Sale, Lebanon, Tenn.

March 10-11 - Cates Farms “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, IN, amsonlinesales.com

March 20 - Ohio Beef Expo Shorthorn Show and Sale, Columbus, Ohio.

March 10-11 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, NE, amsonlinesales.com

March 20 - Waukaru Farms, “The Gathering” Bull Sale, Rensselaer, Ind.

March 22 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Fall Show Heifer Online Sale, Dunlap, IA

March 28 - WHR Shorthorns, “Lone Star Edition XXVII”, Van Alstyne, Texas.

March 23 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Bull and Bred Female Sale, Dunlap, IA

April 3 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “The Bull Sale”, Millersburg, Ohio.

March 28 - WHR Shorthorns “Lone Star Edition XXVII”, Van Alstyne, TX

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April 3 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “The Bull Sale”, Millersburg, OH April 6 - AJSA Junior National Fundraiser, amsonlinesales.com April 10 - Lazy Bar F and Double G Shorthorns “Red Dirt Treasures” Shorthorn Production Sale, Seminole, OK

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Ad Index AAA Shorthorns............................. 61 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.... 65 Bennett Land & Cattle................... 61 Berg Shorthorns............................. 61 Bigelow Farms................................ 61 Bonnell Cattle Company LLC......... 9 Bowman Superior Genetics............ 61 Brooks, Bruce................................. 64 Bye Well Shorthorns....................... 61 Byland Polled Shorthorns............... 61 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC........... 64 Cairns Shorthorns.......................... 61 Cates Farms............................. 6-7, 61 Cattle Visions........................... 13, 64 Cornerstone Farms................... 11, 61 Crawfdown Farms.......................... 61 Dedmon Shorthorns...................... 61 DJS Shorthorns.............................. 61 Double C Shorthorns..................... 61 Dreamy 280 Cattle Company........ 61 DTR Cattle Co.............................. 61 Duis Farms..................................... 61 Fickbohm Farms............................ 61 Fieser Family Shorthorns................ 62 Greenhorn Cattle Company........... 62 Haumont Shorthorns..................... 62 Homeplace Farms........................... 62

Hub Ranch Shorthorns.................. 62 Humble Stock Farm....................... 62 Inness Shorthorns........................... 62 Iroquoian Shorthorns..................... 62 James F. Bessler, Inc........................ 64 Jester Farms.................................... 62 Jungels Shorthorn Farm............... IFC Kevin Wendt.................................. 64 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm............ 62 Keystone Shorthorns...................... 62 KSS Keystone Shorthorns............... 62 KW Cattle Co................................ 62 Laban’s Roanoke Farm.................... 62 Legacy Ranch................................. 62 Leveldale Farms.......................... 5, 62 Little Cedar Cattle Co.................... 62 Loving Farms...............................IBC McCall Show Cattle....................... 62 McKee Family Shorthorns.............. 63 Meyer Family Shorthorns............... 63 Meyer Farms.................................. 63 Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust.. 63 Norman Farms............................... 63 Oler Farm...................................... 63 Paint Valley Farms......................... BC Phildon Farms................................ 63 Richardson Farms Shorthorns........ 63

Robjoy Shorthorns......................... 63 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle............... 63 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.............. 63 Schrag 605..................................... 63 Sears Marketing Services, LLC....... 64 SharBen Shorthorns....................... 63 Singing H Shorthorns.................... 63 Smith Family Farms....................... 63 Smoky Mountain Farm.................. 63 Stangl Shorthorns........................... 63 Stone Springs Shorthorns............... 63 Sullivan Farms................................ 64 Sullivan Supply.............................. 64 Sutherland Shorthorns................... 64 “The Summit” Catalog........... A1-A24 Turner Family Shorthorns.............. 64 Utterback Show Cattle................... 64 V & K Cattle................................. 15 Vogel Shorthorn Farm.................... 57 Warner Ranch................................ 64 Waukaru Shorthorns...................... 64 WHR Shorthorns............................. 3 Wilson Livestock Agency................ 64

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