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The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.


Shorthorn Country march 2018 issue 3 • volume 45

= Features

Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year.................................................... 20 ASA’s New Genetic Evaluation System - BOLT ........................... 63

=Show Reports

2018 National Western Stock Show - Show Honoree................... 18 2018 NWSS Open Shorthorn Show................................................ 22 2018 NWSS Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Show................ 26 2018 NWSS Open ShorthornPlus Show......................................... 30 2018 NWSS Pen Bull & Heifer Show.............................................. 64 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show Open Show ..................................... 73 2018 FWSS Junior Show .................................................................. 79

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Update..................................................................................6 Association Outlook..........................................................8 Beef Business.....................................................................12 Since you asked.................................................................33 Beef Blurb..........................................................................72 News & Notes....................................................................80 Junior Corner....................................................................84 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................86 Regional Show Schedule..................................................90 Sales Calendar...................................................................93 Ad Index............................................................................94

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The March cover has pictures by Cindy Cagwin-Johnston, Amy Sampson, and Luke Bolin - The Pulse. The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.

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= Shorthorn Update

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

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

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May 1 Junior National Ownership & Entry Deadline May 15 Junior National Late Entry Deadline May 24 All data turned in for Fall 2018 Genetic Evaluation May 28 ASA Office Closed - Memorial Day June June 20- BIF Annual Convention, June 23 Loveland, Colo. June 26- National Junior Shorthorn Show & July 1 Youth Conference, Madison, Wisc.

2018 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference Judges

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

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

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

WHR Breeders

ASA Dates of Note March March 1 Late fees incur for WHR Assessment starting March 1 ($25) March 30 ASA Office Closed - Good Friday April April 10 AJSA Junior Board App. Deadline https://juniorshorthorn.com/jr- board-application/ May May 1 AJSA Scholarship App. Deadline https://juniorshorthorn.com/ opportunities/scholarships/

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

Owned Show: Jeff Bedwell Bred & Owned Show: Lacey Robinson ShorthornPlus Show: Jake Scott

WHR Assessments for 2018 were mailed in November. If you have not received yours, please contact the ASA office as soon as possible. 1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2018 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2018.) 2. Included with each assessment is the registration of a calf born to the dam in the year she was assessed (if calf is registered prior to one year of age) and a free transfer of said calf (if recorded within 60 days from the date of the sale.) (i.e. cost to register a calf born in 2018 to an assessed 2018 dam will be $0, if calf is registered within 12 months) ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: March 1 - December 15, 2018

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Attention Juniors - Rule Changes!

• Juniors running for the AJSA Junior Board must be at least 17 and no older than 20 as of January 1, 2018. Junior Board members will be allowed to finish out their term even if they age out of showing. The AJSA junior board application can be found at juniorshorthorn.com. Junior Board candidates are required to attend Youth Conference I, II and III as well as a junior board interview. Email shelby@shorthorn.org for any questions about running for the junior board. • Junior members turning 22 in 2018, your Junior membership is good through Dec. 31, 2018. At that time you will need to become an adult member by March 1, 2019 to receive the adult membership at the transitional rate. All memberships converted from junior to adult will become WHR breeders.You are eligible to show at the Junior National in 2018 if you turn 22 prior to July 1, 2018. • The age requirement for Junior Nationals has changed! Junior members 7 years of age are now eligible to show at the Junior National. The Junior member has to be 7 on January 1 of the year the Junior National is taking place to be eligible to show at the Junior National. For example, if a child turned 7 on December 31, 2017 they are eligible to show at the 2018 National Junior Show in Madison, Wisconsin. If they turned 7 on January 10, 2018, they are not eligible to show at this years Junior National.

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

Regular Office Hours

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

2018 International Year Code: F


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= Association Outlook “NCBA Booth” Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

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e just returned from the NCBA Convention and Trade

“NCBA Survey Results” 76% would Consider Using Shorthorn 82% use EPDs as 80% or Greater Importance when Selecting Bulls 20% use EPDs as 100% Importance in Bull Selection What Shorthorn Trait is Most Appealing? 34% said Maternal 34% said Crossbreeding Value/Heterosis 32% said Docility

“New Bolt System Unveiled” EPDs Updated Weekly

“One Step Process” Gnomically Enhanced EPDs

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

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Show in Phoenix, AZ. If you have never attended, put this on your bucket list. My first trip to this event was an eye opening experience. I will never forget the awesome amount of information at this affair. This event has more cattlemen and cattlewomen attending than any other I know. Some 7,000 to 8,000 people attend annually and the trade show is one of the largest of its kind. The Shorthorn breed was well-represented with a new information booth promoting our great breed. Please notice pictures of the Shorthorn booth and the information we presented on Page 72. We had a good traffic flow of attendees reading our information, stopping to ask questions and taking our survey. This activity allows us to reach out to more cattle people at one time than any other. The survey response was positive for Shorthorns; over 76% of breeders that do not have or use Shorthorn genetics said they would consider using Shorthorn genetics. In another interesting result of the survey, 82% of the attendees taking the survey use the importance of EPDs as 80% or more for their bull selections. In fact, 20% use it 100% in their bull selection process. This means as a breed and breeders, we must have data turned in and recorded to get this market share. This proves the industry’s views on the importance of performance data. NCBA also brings most of the breed associations together in one place. The 11 breed associations which are part of International Genetic Solutions (IGS), which is our Multi-breed Genetic Evaluation, meet during this convention. The big news from this meeting was the release of the one-step process and Bolt software to produce Gnomically Enhanced EPDs for the IGS group which includes the Shorthorn breed. The message is that this new system of calculating EPDs through Bolt should be implemented in February or early March. We have been waiting for this. It has been almost two years since this concept was put into motion. We at Shorthorn have seen some test runs and really have not seen a dramatic change in sire rankings. As this new system unfolds and is implemented, be prepared for some changes. One major difference is that there will be weekly runs and as a result the EPDs will then be updated weekly in the registry. Please look on Page 12 for an article from Matt Woolfolk on these new Genomic Enhanced EPDs. Please remember when these new EPDs arrive there will be some glitches and small issues to get solved like anything that uses this much technology. This is state of the art technology that will revolutionize the industry. This new system actually makes every animal’s EPDs become Genomically Enhanced. The software is capable of assigning a portion of the genomics to brothers, sisters and cousins, basically all relatives from genomic tested individuals. The further the relationship is away from the tested animal, the smaller the impact of the genomics may be. The need to continue genomic testing is really very important in order to reveal clear and accurate picture. As we roll out this new system please be patient; regardless of how carefully we check for problems, it is virtually impossible to find them all. I am convinced the changeover will be as seamless as possible with all the testing and pre-processing that has been performed. Shorthorn’s have some very positive traits and assets. The display booth at NCBA and the new performance system will help send a message of our breeds’ strengths. The association will continue to tell our story. But, we need every breeder and every member to tell their story too, as we get the word out about this great breed and its assets!

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= Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

Single-Step EPDs: What to Expect The American Shorthorn Association is a member of International Genetic Solutions (IGS), a cooperative of breed associations across the United States and Canada that work together to provide the largest multi-breed genetic evaluation in the world. With over 17 million animals in the IGS database, the old adage of “strength in numbers” helps ASA and the other IGS partners have a stronger genetic evaluation than any one breed could have alone. The multi-breed model gives producers stronger EPDs that help them and their customers make more confident selection and breeding decisions. At the IGS meeting held during NCBA Convention in Phoenix, more exciting news was announced that will further strengthen the power of genetic evaluations for the members of IGS, including us here at American Shorthorn. The release of new singlestep EPDs is expected this month. The new EPD calculation method utilizes BOLT a new, more powerful computer software program. BOLT is a brand new program to cattle evaluations, making its debut when the American Hereford Association started their single-step evaluation at the end of 2017. There are some differences in the current calculations and what you will see with the single-step EPD calculations. I will highlight some of the major things you might notice, so you can be prepared when we unveil the newest technology in EPD calculations. 1. Run Frequency and Data Deadlines. With the new BOLT software, EPD runs can be made more frequently. In fact, IGS is planning to make weekly runs of EPD tabulations. With this increased frequency of calculations, the traditional ASA data deadlines will be obsolete. Whenever you turn in your data, you will always be less than a week away from the next EPD run. The Summary Statistics (trait leaders, percentile rankings, etc) will be run on a quarterly basis rather than weekly. We would expect minimal changes in these lists based on the weekly runs, so 12

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it is logical to just publish them every 3 months, when larger amounts of data have been compiled. It will certainly take some adjustments with these frequent runs, especially with advertisements and sale catalogs. Before your sale catalog hits mailboxes, there will have been multiple EPD runs since going to press. It will be important in the future to include notes in the sale book to indicate when EPDs were pulled for a catalog. A line as simple as “EPDs current as of 3/5/2018” will be sufficient to let your customers know that your information was up to date when you went to press. 2. Incorporation of Genomic Data. One of the major advantages of switching to single-step EPD calculations is the new method of adding genomic data (50k and 150k results) into the database for EPD calculation. In the current method, the EPD calculation is run, then genomic information is incorporated afterwards (which is why we call it the 2-step method). With the new singlestep method, genomic data is included directly into the EPD tabulation, along with pedigree and performance data. Essentially, the process has been streamlined to eliminate a step and make the tabulations more useful. 3. The Increased Reach of Genomics. With the single-step method, the influence of genomic data influences not only the animal with DNA on file, but also other related animals. So if your herd bull has been 50k tested, there will be some influence on the EPDs of his progeny. We weren’t capable of doing this with previous computer software, but BOLT is powerful enough to make it happen. Additionally, having genomic information in the system is the equivalent of significant numbers of recorded progeny for young animals. According to IGS, testing a yearling bull is like having 21 calves on record for birth weight, 22 for weaning weight, and 25 for stayability. The ability to have a better handle of an animal’s production ability this early in life will be exciting. 4. Accuracies Will Look Different. The most noticeable change with the

implementation of the single-step method will be that accuracy values will likely decrease for EPDs. In previous calculation methods, the computer power was only strong enough to compute approximate accuracy values for EPDs. The experts in the field have learned that these approximated accuracies were overinflated. With the BOLT software, there is enough computer power to calculate true accuracy values. So while the accuracy values you see in DigitalBeef might be lower, in reality, they will be a better representation of the accuracy of your cattle’s EPDs. 5. Will We See Major Change in EPD Values? With all these changes, I’m sure many of you will wonder if there will be significant movement in EPD values for individual animals. Just like with the current EPD runs, EPD values on younger, lower accuracy animals can certainly see some movement. When we reviewed some of the early runs of proven sires through the BOLT software, we did notice some small movements in values for some traits, in particular the growth traits. However, we did not notice any major re-ranking or shuffling of cattle in the early runs. We at the Association are excited to finally be making the switch to a single-step evaluation and the BOLT software. Without our partnership with the other IGS breeds, this would have never been made possible. It’s refreshing to see leaders from so many breed organizations working together for the betterment of the entire industry. A lot of people have put countless hours into preparing the IGS transition to singlestep, and we look forward to being on the leading edge of genetic evaluation technology. With that said, any major change will come with some minor hiccups along the way. Please “pardon our progress” as we find and correct the issues during the transition to the singlestep method. For more information on the transition to single-step EPDs and the BOLT software, flip over to Page 63 to read the article from IGS on the new single-step evaluation. =


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NationalWEstern Stock show 2018 In January, Shorthorn breeders made the trip to the historic National Western Stock Show. The week started off in “The Yards” where exhibitors showed 58 head of cattle. This was one of the largest Shorthorn Yard shows in recent years; and the fourth largest breed yard show. Once the yard show was completed. “The Hill” events started. From Saturday January 13th to Monday January 15th, the Shorthorn breed exhibited 160 head of cattle. Thank you to all of our breeders and exhibitors that came to Denver. We had a great week in the “Mile High City”.

NWSS Show Honoree Bakenhus Polled Shorthorns Bakenhus Shorthorns had their beginning in 1929 when Ward’s grandparents, Art Sr. & Olga Bakenhus received a purebred Shorthorn heifer from Uncle Fred Buss for their wedding gift. Adding a few more females in the next years, the herd has proven the value of this breed for 89 years. With the selection of production minded herd bulls that sired animals with greater weaning and yearling weights, a uniform herd is being maintained. AI was introduced in the 70’s and embryo transfer shortly after. The herd grew to over 240 purebred cows. Bakenhus Shorthorns held production sales for many years through the nineties until 2008 at the farm in Columbus, NE. In 2008, a dispersal was held cutting the herd size. Currently Ward and family are rebuilding the herd. This past fall, Bakenhus Shorthorns held a production sale once again at the farm. We included several other Shorthorn breeders and friends in the sale. We will be holding a production sale again next year including cows, bred heifers and select show calves. Through the generations, the Bakenhus men all have held offices in the Nebraska State Association. Art Jr. and Luke received the Builder of the Breed Award from the ASA in 1985. Ward was elected to the ASA Board of Directors in 1999 and served for two terms, retiring from the board in 2005. Likewise, the women have been involved with the Lassie organization since it’s beginning. Ruth, Shay and Macy have been board members both on the state and national levels. Ward’s daughter, Macy, was chosen as the 2016 National Shorthorn Lassie 18

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Queen. Shay is the current president of the National Lassie Board and Macy serves as the Publicity Director. Bakenhus cattle have been shown at the Nebraska State Fair for over 45 years and hold the record for the most years shown consecutively. At the Platte County Fair, Bakenhus Junior exhibitors have shown homebred Shorthorns since 1942. Ward and Shay’s youngest, Macy, just finished her final year of showing at the fair, capping off a 24 year consecutive streak of having their children show at the county fair. Joshua, their oldest, won the title of Reserve Grand Champion Heifer at the Junior Nationals in 1995. Earlier in that same year, Bakenhus Shorthorns won the Grand Champion Heifer show at the Denver Stock Show with AR SU LU Lace. Jacob won 3rd Overall Showman at the Ak-Sar-Ben Livestock Show, Supreme Champion many times with his Shorthorn steer, Superstar and many times British Breed Champion at the Nebraska State Fair. Levi is the only exhibitor on record at the NE State Fair to win the Supreme Heifer Over All Breeds twice – once in 2004 and again in 2012. Bakenhus Shorthorns of Columbus, NE has won a total of 26 Grand

Championships in 16 years at the NWSS. They have been unbeatable in the Pen of 5 Bulls category, winning Grand Championships 15 out of the 16 years, while also winning 8 Grand Champion Pen of 3 Bulls in the same time span. They also have 2 Grand Championships in the Appendix class. There are also many Reserve Pen wins. At the 2006 National Western Stock Show, the Bakenhus Family was honored for exhibiting more Champion and Reserve Champion Pens of Bulls than any other breeder of any breed in the 100 year history of the National Western Stock Show Pen Bull Competition. Bakenhus Shorthorns still holds this record. Ward and family would like to thank the ASA Board and members for this honor. We have made many friends throughout the years. Also, Art Jr. and Luke who stayed home and did the chores to allow us to share our genetics by exhibiting our animals at many state and national shows that led breeders to use our genetics to develop their own herds. We truly consider this a legacy award. We are truly touched by this recognition. Thank you! =


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NationalWEstern Stock show 2018 Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year The 2018 Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year was awarded to Ron Rutan of RC Show Cattle in Eaton, Ohio. His long history of being involved in the Shorthorn breed began with his parents and grandparents raising Shorthorns. Rutan started RC Show Cattle with Christy Campbell in 1991 and from there he stayed actively involved with Shorthorns. Rutan has taken cattle all over the country to many national shows over the years and in the last ten years he has displayed quite a few Shorthorn bulls in the yards at the National Western Stock Show. “We bred the bull Damn Proud and when that bull came along Ron became even more enthusiastic about Shorthorns,” Campbell said. Rutan has served as a director of the Ohio Shorthorn Association. RC Show

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Cattle also has an Annual Early Bird Sale on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend to auction their cattle. Outside of being involved with Shorthorns, Rutan has owned and operated a fence construction business for the last 33 years as well as custom hoof trimming. Many people come from all over Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky to have Rutan trim hooves of their show cattle. Rutan also was Texas for a little bit in the 1970s and had a custom fitting service. “We always are particular in picking a good string for Louisville,” Campbell said. “RC Show Cattle usually has 13 or 14 head there and people respect that. There are also not many people from Ohio that take cattle to Denver. Ron and Clair Bye took three head and came home with five banners. I would say that is pretty great. People also respect Ron’s quietness and that

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he isn’t arrogant.” Rutan said the Shorthorn heritage goes way back in his genes and they were one of the first breeds he worked with growing up. Shorthorns have remained in his life but he enjoys working with all breeds of cattle. “It was quite the honor to be selected as herdsman,” Rutan said. “It was a total surprise to be chosen. I never would have expected it. It is pretty gratifying to be recognized. I just work hard and do what I love.” The Shorthorn Herdsman award is in honor of Lawrence Grathwohl, presented by the Grathwohl family and sponsored by the Shorthorn Foundation. Congratulations to Ron Rutan on being selected as the 2018 Shorthorn Herdsman of the Year. =


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National Shorthorn Show

Open Purebred Show :: Judge: Greg Walthall, Windsor, Mo. by Emily Velisek

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

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Champion Female, honors went to CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, owned by Jacob Nikkel, McPherson, Kan.

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Grand Champion Bull and Senior Champion Bull honors went to SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET, owned by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns of Middletown, Ill. and Sullivan Farms of Dunlap, Iowa. CF V8 Marksman X was named Reserve Grand Champion Bull and

Junior Bull Calf Champion, owned by Luke & Catherine Neumayr of Boling, Texas, Shadybrook Farm LTD of Quebec, Canada, and Cates Farms of Modoc, Ind. Grand Champion Female and Junior Champion Female, honors went to CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, owned by Jacob Nikkel of McPherson, Kan . Reserve Grand Champion Female and Cow/Calf Champion was GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET, owned by Gavin D Cender of Mahomet, Ill. Division Winners: Purebred Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - HCC-1701- Thor’s Echo, Colton Hulsey, Red Oak, Okla. Early Spring Bull Calf Champion - TRN Omaha 79, Gavin Cender. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - PVF Elite 28E, Whitney Miller, Shreve, Ohio. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Peakview Journey 1702 ET, Gabriella Leone, Fowler, Colo. Senior Bull Calf Champion - BWS Swagger Twin A ET, Bye Well Shorthorns, Portland, Ind. Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - BWS Swagger Twin B ET, Bye Well Shorthorns. Junior Champion Bull - 6B’s Guardian ET, 6B Farms, Allison, Iowa. Junior Reserve Champion Bull - Steele Brook Buddy 2D, Matthew Davis, Manhattan Kan., Ken Westall, Santa Maria, Calif., Carey Johnston, Richmond, QC Canada. Senior Reserve Champion Bull - 5J Viper 118C ET, 5J Farms, LLC, Olney Springs, Colo. Champion Group of Two Bulls - Bye Well Shorthorns. Reserve Champion Group of Two Bulls - Riley Eisenhauer, Farnam, Neb. Champion Get-Of-Sire - Bye Well Shorthorns. Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET, David Smith, Boulder, Colo. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - GCC Premium Revival 934 ET, Sara Britton, Custar, Ohio. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET, Jacob Nikkel. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve


Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Junior Bull Calf Champion went to CF V8 Marksman X, owned by Luke & Catherine Neumayr, Bowling, Texas, Shadybrook Farm LTD, Quebec, Canada, & Cates Farms, Modoc, Ind.

Champion - SS Augusta Pride 763, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET, Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET, Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET, Elley Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET, Collin Britton, Custar, Ohio. Intermediate Champion Female - CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, Claire Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - SULL Myrtle Bo’s Knight ET, Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET, Madison McCormick. Senior Champion Female - SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Cow/Calf Champion Peakview Little White Lie, Gabriella Leone. Class Placings: Purebred Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calves – (1 entry): 1) HCC-1701-Thor’s Echo exhibited by Colton Hulsey. Early Spring Bull Calves – (4 entries): 1) TRN Omaha 79 exhibited by Gavin Cender; 2) PVF Elite 28E exhibited by Whitney Miller; 3) GCC TEN Chicago 746 ET exhibited by Simon Farms. Junior Bull Calves – (5 entries): 1) CF V8 Marksman X exhibited by Luke & Catherine Neumayr, Shadybrook Farm LTD, & Cates Farms; 2) Peakview Journey 1702 ET exhibited by Gabriella Leone; 3) GCS Ace Over Queen ET exhibited by Chance Krebs.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Cow/Calf Champion went to GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET, owned by Gavin D Cender, Mahomet, Ill.

Senior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) BWS Swagger Twin A ET exhibited by Bye Well Shorthorns; 2) BWS Swagger Twin B ET exhibited by Bye Well Shorthorns; 3) PVF Prince 103D exhibited by Paint Valley Farms. Early Spring Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1)RJE Husker Assassin 903 exhibited by Riley Eisenhauer. Junior Yearling Bulls – (3 entries): 1)6B’s Guardian ET exhibited by 6B Farms; 2) Steele Brook Buddy exhibited by Matthew Davis, Ken Westall, Carey Johnston; 3) Cair-Highridge Zeus exhibited by Davis Farms, High Ridge Shorthorns, Cairns Shorthorns. Two-Year Old Bulls – (4 entries): 1) SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET exhibited by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns & Sullivan Farms; 2) 5J Viper 118C ET exhibited by 5J Farms; 3) RSB 1Z Cena 101C exhibited by Ryan Brown. Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) CF Max Rosa 7100 HC X ET exhibited by David Smith; 2) GCC Premium Revival 934 ET exhibited by Sara Britton; 3) M&R Goldust Delux exhibited by Justin Herlan. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) SS Augusta Pride 763 exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) SULL Rosa 7518E ET exhibited by Craylyn King; 2) Peakview Emily 1704 ET exhibited by Gabriella Leone; 3) Prime Debra 7070E exhibited by Prime Time Show Cattle. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) 6B Mrytle AV ET exhibited by 6B Farms; 3) Little Smokin Hot Commodity exhibited by Womack Ranch. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET exhibited by Gavin Cender; 2) CF CSF Max Rosa 725

RR X ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) SULL Lucy’s Right 7212E ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart. Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 3) SULL Miss Max Rosa 7035E ET exhibited by Chace Krebs. Winter Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET exhibited by Collin Britton. Senior Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) CF Dream Lady 6127 AV ET exhibited by Elley Inskeep. Summer Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) Reba 16 exhibited by Wesley Stone Late Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET exhibited by Claire Trennepohl; 2) SULL Myrtle Bo’s Knight ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart; 3) Fancy As Hale PAH 116 exhibited by Blake Pillars. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 3) SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET exhibited by Kane Aegerter. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) SULL Red Knight Rose 6452 ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) Hahn Elizabeth C11D exhibited by Braden Hahn; 3) PRNL Simply Southern 120 exhibited by Anna Parnell. Junior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) SULL Miss America 6073D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Two-Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1) GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET. Three-Four Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1 Peakview Little White Lie exhibited by Gabriella Leone. = shorthorn country = march 2018

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Shorthorn Bulls

Late Spring Bull Calf Champion, HCC-1701Thor’s Echo, Colton Hulsey, Red Oak, Okla.

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion,TRN Omaha 79, Gavin Cender, Mahomet, Ill.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, Peakview Journey 1702 ET, Gabriella Leone, Fowler, Colo.

Senior Bull Calf Champion, BWS Swagger Twin A ET, Bye Well Shorthorns, Portland, Ind.

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

Junior Champion Bull, 6B’s Guardian ET, 6B Farms, Allison, Iowa.

Picture not available: Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, PVF Elite 28E, Whitney Miller, Shreve, Ohio.

Junior Reserve Champion Bull, Steele Brook Buddy 2D, Matthew Davis, Manhattan Kan., Ken Westall, Santa Maria, Calif., Carey Johnston, Richmond, QC Canada.

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

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, GCC Premium Revival 934 ET, Sara Britton, Custar, Ohio.

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

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SS Augusta Pride 763, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D.

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

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion,CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET, Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind.

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

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET, Collin Britton, Custar, Ohio.

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

Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET, Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa.

Senior Champion Female, SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Reserve Cow/Calf Champion, Peakview Little White Lie, Gabriella Leone, Fowler, Colo.

Picture not available: Intermediate Champion Female, CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, Claire Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind.

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NWSS Junior Shows

Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus :: Judge: Lydell Meier, Clinton, Tenn. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Junior Champion Female, was awarded to CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, owned by Jacob Nikkel, McPherson, Kan.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Champion Female, honors went to KOLT Blue the Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb.

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and Junior Champion Female, honors went to CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET, owned by Jacob Nikkel of McPherson, Kan. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female and Intermediate Champion Female was CF CSF

Demi 6100 HC ET, owned by Claire Trennepohl of Middletown, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Junior Champion Female, honors went KOLT Blue The Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter of Seward, Neb. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Heifer Calf Champion was SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Division Winners: Jr. Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - GCC Premium Revival 934 ET, Sara Britton, Custar, Ohio. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - M&R Golddust Delux, Justin Herlan, Bluejacket, Okla. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET, Jacob Nikkel. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SS Augusta Pride 763, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D. Junior Heifer Calf Champion SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET, Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SULL Lucy’s Right 7212E ET, Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa. Senior Heifer Calf Champion GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET, Collin Britton, Custar, Ohio. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - Fancy As Hale PAH 116, Blake Pillars, Martin, Mich. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET, Kane Aegerter. Senior Champion Female - SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Cow/Calf Champion - Peakview Little White Lie, Gabriella Leone, Fowler, Colo. Jr. ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - HPR Frozen Lady 38E, Luke Geist, Sheldon, Wis. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET, Sara Sullivan. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Steck Katie C 721E ET, Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion - Steck NB C Miley 716E ET, Sara Sullivan. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve


Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Intermediate Champion Female went to CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET, owned by Claire Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind.

Champion - H/F Demi 8924 ET, Tanner Cordes, Farmersville, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - A&D Damn Stout ET, Haley Fraizer, Jackson, Ohio. Intermediate Champion Female - Steck Katie C 606 ET, Shelby Stephenson. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit, Sara Sullivan. Reserve Junior Champion Female - - SULL Who Dat Righteous ET, Wyatt Hancock, Oologah, Okla. Senior Champion Female - SULL Jalynn’s Good 6068D ET, Sara Sullivan. Reserve Senior Champion Female - DeGroot Cherri 601D, Shayna DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn. Class Placings: Jr. Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) GCC Premium Revival 934 ET exhibited by Sara Britton; 2) M&R Goldust Delux exhibited by Justin Herlan. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) SS Augusta Pride 763 exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Early Spring Heifer Calves – ((5 entries): 1) CF HHF Margie 750 HC X ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SULL Rosa 7518E ET exhibited by Craylyn King; 3) Peakview Emily 1704 ET exhibited by Gabriella Leone. Junior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) SULL Lucy’s Right 7212E ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart; 2) CF CSF Max Rosa 725 RR X ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) TRN Red Foxxy 75 ET exhibited by Collin Britton. Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) SULL Dream Only 7188E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) SULL Miss Max Rosa 7035E ET exhibited by Chace Krebs.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Heifer Calf Champion went to SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Winter Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET exhibited by Collin Britton. Late Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET exhibited by Claire Trennepohl; 2) Fancy As Hale PAH 116 exhibited by Blake Pillars; 3) SULL Mrytle Bo’s Knight ET exhibited by Abigail Burkhart. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CF CSF Demi 650 SOL ET exhibited by Jacob Nikkel; 2) SULL Dream Lady 6197D ET exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 3) SULL Max Rosa Knights 661 ET exhibited by Madison McCormick. Junior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) SULL Miss America 6073D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Three-Four Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (1 entry): 1 Peakview Little White Lie exhibited by Gabriella Leone. Jr. ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) HPR Frozen Lady 38E exhibited by Luke Geist. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 721E ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 2) SULL Sizzling Tamale 7295E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) MMC Miss Sally 112 exhibited by Molly Cooksey. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) SULL Rosa 7518E ET exhibited by Craylyn King; 2) Peakview Emily 1704 ET exhibited by Gabriella Leone; 3) Prime Debra 7070E exhibited by Prime Time Show Cattle. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) Steck Dunk Anita C 714E exhibited by Morgan Wise; 3) Steck Chelsie C 701E ET exhibited by Jayden Schneider. Junior Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) Steck NB C Miley 716E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) H/F Demi 8924 ET

exhibited by Tanner Cordes; 3) SULL Jalynn’s Magic 7033E ET exhibited by Samantha Schrag. Winter Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) A&D Damn Stout EY exhibited by Haley Fraizer; 2) BOY Caroline D694 exhibited by Craylyn King. Senior Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) CCF EC Jazzmon C51D exhibited by Colton Hulsey. Late Spring Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 606 ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 2) CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 3) JKR Ella 6034 exhibited by Alyssa Myers. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) KOLT Blue The Roo 940 exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 2) SULL Who Dat Righteous ET exhibited by Wyatt Hancock; 3) SULL Sophia 6250D ET exhibited by Kathy Lehman. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) SULL Jalynn’s Good 6068D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) DeGroot Cherri 601D exhibited by Shayna DeGroot; 3) SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis. =

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Shorthorn Females

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, GCC Premium Revival 934 ET, Sara Britton, Custar, Ohio.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, M&R Golddust Delux, Justin Herlan, Bluejacket, Okla.

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

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SS Augusta Pride 763, Samantha Schrag, Marion, S.D.

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

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SULL Lucy’s Right 7212E ET, Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion, GCC Homecoming Queen 69 ET, Collin Britton, Custar, Ohio.

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

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

Senior Champion Female, SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Cow/Calf Champion, Peakview Little White Lie, Gabriella Leone, Fowler, Colo.

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ShorthornPlus Females

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, HPR Frozen Lady 38E, Luke Geist, Sheldon, Wis.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Steck Katie C 721E ET, Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, H/F Demi 8924 ET, Tanner Cordes, Farmersville, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, A&D Damn Stout ET, Haley Fraizer, Jackson, Ohio.

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

Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Who Dat Righteous ET, Wyatt Hancock, Oologah, Okla.

Senior Champion Female, SULL Jalynn’s Good 6068D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Reserve Senior Champion Female, DeGroot Cherri 601D, Shayna DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn.

Pictures not available: Junior Heifer Calf Champion, Steck NB C Miley 716E ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female,CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

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Open ShorthornPlus Show :: Judge: Greg Walthall, Windsor, Mo. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Junior Bull Calf Champion, was awarded to CF NNN Panther X, owned by Alison Nichols, Sullivan, Ind. & Simon Farms, Rock Ford, Ohio.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Champion Female, honors went to KOLT Blue the Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb.

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Junior Bull Calf Champion honors went to CF NNN Panther X, owned by Alison Nichols of Sullivan, Ind. and Simon Farms of Rock Ford, Ohio. R-C Proud Freckles 602 was

named Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Junior Champion Bull, owned by RC Show Cattle of Eaton, Ohio. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Junior Champion Female, honors went KOLT Blue The Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter of Seward, Neb. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior Heifer Calf Champion went to SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Division Winners: ShorthornPlus Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - SSRB 83 B R W 83 2017, Stepping Stone Ranch, Edson, Kan. Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - SSRB ‘Mr Man’ 104 2017, Stepping Stone Ranch. Early Spring Bull Calf Champion 5J Gustus 24E, 5J Farms, LLC, Olney Springs, Colo. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - JSF Chrome 5E, Wayne Smith, Litchville, N.D. Junior Reserve Champion Bull - JSF Raon Rock 274D, Pearl Valley Shorthorns, Valley City, N.D. ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - HPR Frozen Lady 38E, Luke Geist, Sheldon, Wis. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - GCC Premium Revival 934 ET, Sara Britton, Custar, Ohio. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Sizzling Tamale 7295E ET, Kane Aegerter. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET, Sara Sullivan. Junior Heifer Calf Champion - Steck NB C Miley 716E ET, Sara Sullivan. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - H/F Demi 8924 ET, Tanner Cordes, Farmersville, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - BOY Caroline D694, Craylyn King, Hulbert, Okla. Intermediate Champion Female - Steck Katie C 606 ET, Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit, Sara Sullivan. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Sophia 6250D ET, Kathy


Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Junior Champion Bull went to R-C Proud Freckles 602, owned by RC Show Cattle, Eaton, Ohio.

Lehman, Shelby, Ohio. Senior Champion Female - DeGroot Cherri 601D, Shayna DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn. Reserve Senior Champion Female - SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio. Class Placings: ShorthornPlus Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) SSRB 83 B R W 83 2017 exhibited by Stepping Stone Ranch; 2) SSRB ‘Mr Man’ 104 2017 exhibited by Stepping Stone Ranch. Early Spring Bull Calves – (1 entry): 1) 5J Gustus 24E exhibited by 5J Farms, LLC. Junior Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) CF NNN Panther X exhibited by Alison Nichols; 2) JSF Chrome 5E exhibited by Wayne Smith. Early Spring Yearling Bulls – (2 entries): 1) R-C Proud Freckles 602 exhibited by RC Show Cattle; 2) JSF Raon Rock 274D exhibited by Pearl Valley Shorthorns. ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) HPR Frozen Lady 38E exhibited by Luke Geist. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) SULL Sizzling Tamale 7295E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) Steck Katie C 721E ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 3) MMC Miss Sally 112 exhibited by Molly Cooksey. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) Steck Chelsie C 701E ET exhibited by Jayden Schneider; 3) SULL Smokin Tamale 7988E ET exhibited by Dawson Minor. Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) Steck NB C Miley 716E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) H/F Demi 8924 ET exhibited by Tanner Cordes; 3) DGC

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Heifer Calf Champion went to SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Ten Queens 703E exhibited by Tyler DeGroot. Winter Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) BOY Caroline D694 exhibited by Craylyn King; 2) A&D Damn Stout EY exhibited by Haley Fraizer. Senior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SULL Styling Crystals 7022E ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) CCF EC Jazzmon C51D exhibited by Colton Hulsey; 3) Snow Vision 15 exhibited by Wesley Stone. Late Spring Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 606 ET exhibited by Shelby Stephenson; 2) CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) KOLT Blue The Roo 940 exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 2) SULL Sophia 6250D ET exhibited by Kathy Lehman; 3) SULL Who Dat Righteous ET exhibited by Wyatt Hancock. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) DeGroot Cherri 601D exhibited by Shayna DeGroot; 2) SULL Lady Crystal 6054D E ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 3) SULL Jalynn’s Good 6068D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. =

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Late Spring Bull Calf Champion, SSRB 83 B R W 83 2017, Stepping Stone Ranch, Edson, Kan.

Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, SSRB ‘Mr Man’ 104 2017, Stepping Stone Ranch, Edson, Kan.

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, 5J Gustus 24E, 5J Farms, LLC, Olney Springs, Colo.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, JSF Chrome 5E, Wayne Smith, Litchville, N.D.

Junior Reserve Champion Bull, JSF Raon Rock 274D, Pearl Valley Shorthorns, Valley City, N.D.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, HPR Frozen Lady 38E, Luke Geist, Sheldon, Wis.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Sizzling Tamale 7295E ET, Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, SULL Lady Ice 7179E ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, H/F Demi 8924 ET, Tanner Cordes, Farmersville, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, BOY Caroline D694, Craylyn King, Hulbert, Okla.

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

Reserve Junior Champion Female, SULL Sophia 6250D ET, Kathy Lehman, Shelby, Ohio.

Pictures not available: Junior Heifer Calf Champion, Steck NB C Miley 716E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, CF NNN Augusta Pride 6110 Legit, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Senior Champion Female, DeGroot Cherri 601D, Shayna DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn.

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


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Registration Reminders If you find yourself stuck when trying to transfer cattle to a new owner, you are not alone! A question that we get asked frequently is, “Can I transfer an animal to someone online if they aren’t a member?”. The answer is “Yes!”, you can. Follow these instructions for transferring- this is a great way to put someone in the system as a non-member and/or to look someone up. =

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Step-by-Step Instructions with Diagrams to the Right. 4. 1. To transfer an animal go to My Account > Herd Mgmt > Transfer Animals (Located on the left-hand menu). 2. To select animals from your herd to transfer, click Choose from my animals. A pop-up box will open that contains your active bulls, females, and steers. 3. Click on the box next to each animal you would like to transfer and the animal will be added to the transfer entry form. Close the pop-up box once you have added all of the animals to the transfer entry form.

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6. Select the desired buyer from the list. If the buyer is not listed, create a new profile by clicking Create New Profile located at the very bottom of the listed names. Please look closely at the buyer list before creating a new profile to avoid duplicates in the registry.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018 • 12 NOON • WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TEXAS

SATURDAY, MARCH 24 5:00 p.m.

Mexican Fiesta at WHR

Cattle will be available for inspection throughout the week preceding the sale.

SUNDAY, MARCH 25 11:00 a.m.

Complimentary Lunch

12:00 Noon Lone Star Edition XXIV Sale

AUCTIONEER Bruce Brooks............................580-276-5137 • 580-695-2036, cell Marietta, Oklahoma

SALE MANAGEMENT

Cagwin Cattle Services LLC PO Box 77 • Virginia, IL 62691 SALE DAY PHONES Office: 217-4523051 •Fax: 217-452-3053 Bill Rasor 214-850-4690 - Jeff Sargent 903-624-7265 Don Cagwin cell: 217-341-7552 SALE STAFF Cindy Cagwin-Johnston: 217-452-3056 Darryl Rahn, Shorthorn Country.................................217-473-1124 cagwincattle@casscomm.com Matt Woolfolk, ASA ..................................................713-694-6496 Alan K. Sears..............................................................970-454-3986 MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE Delvin Helderman......................................................817-558-7761 Aegerter Marketing Services Kent Jaecke................................................................405-408-2440 Jeff K. & Darla Aegerter Jeff Bedwell...............................................................580-822-5590 Seward, Nebraska • 402-641-4696 Stuart Wilson........................... 217-756-8828 • cell: 217-454-9355 jeff.aegerter@gmail.com • aegertermarketing.com

BILL AND BECKY RASOR

1800 Lovers Leap • VanAlstyne, Texas 75495 214.850.4690 • fax: 903.433.9387 • www.whrshorthorns.com Jeff Sargent, Show and Sale Cattle - 903.624.7265 A - 2 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18


Air Travel: Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is approximately one hour from WHR Shorthorns. Mailed Bids: Mailed or telephoned bids will be handled in a most confidential manner. If you are unable to attend the sale personally, simply contact a representative of the sale far enough in advance prior to sale day. They will be able to assist you at ringside on sale day. Delivery: Every effort will be made by the sellers to assist you in the delivery of your purchases should you need assistance. This delivery will be made to central points at the most economical cost possible. Terms And Conditions: Terms of the sale are cash or check payable to WHR Shorthorns. Settlement is to be made with the clerk immediately following the sale and before the cattle are removed from the premises. Purchasers or thier representatives must sign the bill of sale prior to leaving the sale site. Billed Accounts: All billed accounts are due within 10 days following the date of the sale. Registration And Transfer: All animals sell with completed pedigrees or applications for registration in the hands of the sale manager. Liability: Each animal selling will be at the buyer’s risk as soon as sold, but will be cared for by the sellers for a reasonable amount of time. Neither the owners, employees, auctioneer, sale manager, 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.

SALE HEADQUARTERS

Hampton Inn, 903-893-9333 2904 Hwy 75 North, Sherman, Texas 75090 Make your reservations by March 12th, and ask for the Lone Star block of rooms (Bill Rasor). Comfort Suites, 903-893-0499 2900 Hwy 75 North, Sherman, Texas 75090 LaQuinta, 903-870-1122 2912 Hwy 75 North, Sherman, Texas 75090 Holiday Inn Express, 903-892-3300 2909 Michelle Dr., Sherman, Texas 75090 Comfort Suites, 972-548-9595 1590 N. Central Expwy, McKinney, Texas 75069

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Health: Each animal selling will have a state approved health certificate for interstate shipment. Buyers should make themselves aware of the health requirement for the respective states. Breeding Guarantee: All cattle sell under the Standard Breeding Guarantee recommended by the American Shorthorn Association. An exception would be through mishandling either obesity or under nourishment and illegal practices associated with showing the female. Flush Rights: WHR Shorthorns and the Lone Star Edition consignors reserve the right to one flush of eight or more grade 1 or 2 embryos at our expense on all females selling. Flush to take place at the convenience of the buyer at a location of their choice. Semen Rights: WHR Shorthorns retains an in-herd semen use on all bulls selling in the Lone Star Edition Sale. Genetic Conditions: Complete results on all genetic conditions should be done by sale day and will be provided on an added sheet. Announcements made from the auction block take precedence over all printed material in this catalog. Breeding Update/Calving Information: There will be added information available at the sale site that will list any additions to the catalog information as to new calves born and new breeding information that will occur after the printing of this catalog.

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WWW.WHRSHORTHORNS.COM WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 3


3D • DEMI • CECILIA

cow family

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show

Full Sister to Lots 1A, 1B, 1C

LOT 1A

LOT 1C LOT 1B

1a

WHR SRVM CECILIA 7N03 ET

x4265072 11/2/2017

red

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR GN CECILIA 8118 ET WHR CECILIA 3201 ET

1b 4265074

WHR 7N03 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.7 60 79 8

1c

WHR SRVM CECILIA 7N10 ET 11/8/2017

red

heifer

horned

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR GN CECILIA 8118 ET WHR CECILIA 3201 ET

A - 4 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

The Cecilia Cow Family has led off Lone Star Edition sales more than once! Full sisters to these heifers have garnered the following championships over the past five years: Denver Reserve National Champion, Fort Worth Reserve National Champion, Fort Worth Junior Show Champion, State Fair of Texas Champion and Tulsa Reserve Champion. All of these championships were won by different full sisters. Of course, the Dam of these heifers - WHR GN Cecilia 8118 - was Supreme Champion Heifer at Houston. Unfortunately, Cecilia 8118 passed away this last year, so there will only be a limited number of her daughters offered for sale in the future. We invite you to compare these three full sisters. We believe all three have potential to be stars in the show ring and become reliable donor cows!

WHR SRVM CECILIA 7N14 ET

WHR 7N10

x4265076 11/9/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR GN CECILIA 8118 ET WHR CECILIA 3201 ET

5.7 60 79 8

red

heifer

polled

WHR 7N14 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.7 60 79 8


Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female 2017 National Western Stock Show

Full Sister to Lots 1A, 1B, 1C LOT 2

LOT 4

LOT 3

2

4

WHR CMF CECILIA 3027 ET

x 4265614 3/3/17

red

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CECILIA 3920 ET WHR CECILIA 3201 ET

x4265023 9/5/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CREEDENCE 3N19 ET RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET WHR SONNY 8114 WHR CECILIA D X105 ET WR4 CECILIA D 6R71

5.9 60 80 8

WHR CMF Cecilia 3027 proves the consistency and production of the Cecilia branch of the 3D Cow Family. 3027 is everything her picture shows. She is dark red, deep bodied and smooth in her lines. Her mother is a full sister to Cecilia 8118 - Dam of the Lot 1 Heifers.

3

WHR CECILIA D 7902 ET

WHR 3027

roan

heifer

polled

WHR 7902 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5 53 68 8

WHR Cecilia D 7902 is an attractive dark roan show heifer prospect. She is sired by Creedence, who has several quality heifers in the sale offering. Her dam, Cecilia X105 is a very consistent donor cow at WHR. You will appreciate the quality of this heifer and her attractive roan color.

WHR CECILIA 7703

*x4265009 7/26/2017

rwm

heifer

polled

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CECILIA 4953 ET WHR CECILIA 3201 ET

WHR 7703 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.7 53 69 14

WHR Cecilia 7703 will be a very competitive heifer in the summer class next year. She possesses the smooth lines and body depth required in today’s show ring. Her mother is another full sister to Cecilia 8118 so her performance is insured.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 5


5a

WHR RHS DEMI 487 ET

4264966

4/8/2017

red

heifer

horned

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR LS DEMI 8920 ET WHR JAZ DEMI DELIGHT 2R58

WHR 487 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6 62 83 8

LOT 5A

5b

WHR RHS DEMI 657 ET

x4264970 6/5/2017

roan

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR LS DEMI 8920 ET WHR JAZ DEMI DELIGHT 2R58

WHR 657 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6 62 83 8

The Demi cow family has been on fire for the Cates/Cornerstone Group. At the recent Denver National Show, a Demi female won both the Open and Junior Shows. The mother of that female is a full sister to the mother of these two heifers - 487 and 657. Being sired by Waco insures these two heifers will possess power and dimension.

LOT 5B

6 EMBRYOS SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR (4) FROZEN EMBRYOS

SIRE DAM

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W , X4179969 NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR LSCC DEMI X924 ET , 4170959 WHR JAZ DEMI DELIGHT 2R58

Guaranteed one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician. WHR LSCC Demi X924 is a full sister to the Demi 8931 owned by Cornerstone Farms. Demi 8931 is the dam of the heifer that was Denver Champion both open and junior shows - and Reserve Champion at last year’s Junior National. The Demi's have been working well, but it did not just begin. The Great Grand Dam of 8931 and X924 was a Junior National Champion in 1997. LOT 6 FULL SISTER - DEMI 8931

A - 6 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18


CUMBERLAND

cow family

LOT 7

LOT 8

7

WHR CUMBERLAND JES 7914

x4265025 9/14/2017

roan

heifer

polled

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CREEDENCE 3N19 ET RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHADYBROOK CUMBERLAND 44B SBF CUMBERLAND 49Z ET

WHR 7914 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.2 58 71 9

LOT 9

WHR Cumberland 7914 is a stout, rugged prospect out of a cow that came from Shadybrook in Canada. She goes back to a Dazzle x Cumberland Cow - one of our most reliable matings. She is also one of the first Creedence calves to sell in a Lone Star Edition Sale. We are confident that she will be a crowd favorite.

8

9

WHR CUMBERLAND 7010

x4265067 10/22/2017 red

heifer

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 1N28 ET WHR CUMBERLAND KATE 6120 ET

WHR CUMBERLAND 7N04

WHR 7010

x4265073 11/2/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 9927 ET WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

6.2 60 82 16

The Low Rider heifers continue to please us with their shape and overall attractiveness. WHR Cumberland 7010 is a solid red heifer that expresses muscle from every angle. In addition, she is structurally correct and moves with complete freedom.

red

heifer

polled

WHR 7N04 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.6 62 85 18

WHR Cumberland 7N04 is another example of the ability of the Cumberland cow family to produce outstanding individuals. This Low Rider daughter has all the pieces to become a stand out Shorthorn female. Her deep red color and muscle definition make her easy to find.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 7


Division Champion Shorthorn Female 2017 Fort Worth Stock Show Open Show

Dam of Lot 10 Full Sister to Lot 11

LOT 10

LOT 11

10

11

WHR CUMBERLAND 7N23

x4265329 11/18/2017 white heifer

polled

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHADYBROOK MOMENTUM 7C SBF PERFECT 13A NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET WHR CMF CUMBLD N025 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 9333

x4265033 9/11/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 9333 GKB CUMBERLAND B04

3.9 72 93 13

The Shadybrook Momentum bull has done a nice job at WHR. Not only has he given us calving ease, but he is producing quality Shorthorn offspring. WHR Cumberland 7N23 is a solid white heifer out of a Low Rider first calf Cumberland heifer - WHR CMF Cubld N025 - who was a division champion at last years Fort Worth Open Show.

A - 8 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

WHR CMF CUMBERLAND 9047 ET

WHR 7N23

red

heifer

polled

WHR 9047 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6 62 86 16

WHR CMF Cumberland 9047 is a full sister to the Dam of the Lot 10 heifer. 9047 possesses the same potential to perform as a show heifer and will develop into an outstanding mother cow. She will be competitive in next year's fall division.


LOT 12

LOT 13

12

RHS WHR CUMBERLAND 9107

*x4265000 9/10/2017

rwm

heifer

polled

SULL RED REWARD 9321 TURNERCRLH DECEPTION 2 K-KIM MEG 270N ET HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR BCL CUMBERLAND 3108 ET WHR CUMBERLAND JR 6018

9107 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

0.9 51 64 21

LOT 14

RHS WHR Cumberland 9107 is certainly an eye catching fall heifer. Not only does she have a unique color pattern, but also a unique pedigree as well. She has width and dimension complimented by a flexible stride. Her mother goes back to a Just Rite daughter that had a successful show career and developed into a productive donor.

13

WHR RHS CUMBERLAND 1027 ET

x4264973 10/2/2017

rwm

heifer

polled

CF TRUMP X HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 CF TRUMP X WHR CUMBERLAND KATE 6120 ET WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

14

TMF CUMBERLAND GOLD ET

WHR 1027

x4260924 9/14/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET SHO ME GOLD STONE 7C15V ET HOGLE FARMS GOLDENDROP GP CF TRUMP X WHR CUMBERLAND 5916 ET WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

5.5 55 74 11

The Dam of WHR RHS Cumberland 1027 is a full sister to WHR Sonny 8114 and two National Champion females. The Cumberland 1027 female herself is impressive in her design. She is also an easy going heifer that will work for show persons of all ages. Also, the Bloodstone females have stood the test of time - both in the show ring and in the pasture.

rwm

heifer

polled

TMF 27E BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4 55 74 12

TMF Cumberland Gold is a direct daughter of one of the most admired donors at WHR - WHR Cumberland 5916. 5916 was a San Antonio Reserve Champion that has been a prolific donor. TMF Cumberland Gold possesses many of the same characteristics of 5916. Not only does she have a similar color pattern, she also has the deep body and feminine head and neck.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 9


LOT 15

LOT 16

15

M&E CUMBERLAND 940

x4265041 9/25/2017

roan

heifer

polled

SHO ME GOLD STONE 7C15V ET LPA GOLD RUSH STONE SPRINGS TULIP 8TH M&E MAJOR 844 ET M&E CUMBERLAND 873 WHR DC CUMBERLAND XN12 ET

940 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

3.6 54 72 12

LOT 17

M&E Cumberland 940 is an attractive roan heifer calf from a strong branch of the Cumberland cow family. She goes back to Cumberland 4118 that won many shows across the state of Texas for Samantha Jordan. As with most of the Cumberlands, 4118 became an outstanding producer after her show career. 940 can follow the same path.

16

17

M&E CUMBERLAND 941

x4265042 9/25/2017

roan

heifer

polled

SHO ME GOLD STONE 7C15V ET LPA GOLD RUSH STONE SPRINGS TULIP 8TH M&E/KIK BOSS 302 ET M&E CUMBERLAND 875 M&E CUMBERLAND 840

941 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.3 55 73 11

The Gold Rush daughters continue to impress us with the style and attractiveness they display. Cumberland 941 is feminine in her head and neck and will be admired for her smooth muscle pattern. Her nature is excellent for any level show person, even a beginner.

A - 10 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

WHR RHS CUMBERLAND 337 ET

x4265117 3/3/2017

rwm

heifer

polled

CF SOLUTION X ET SULL RED KNIGHT 2030 ET K-KIM MONA LISA 10T ET CF TRUMP X WHR CUMBERLAND KATE 6120 ET WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

WHR 337 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

1.8 72 99 15

WHR RHS Cumberland 337 is a big boned, deep bodied March heifer. She has a powerful design, but maintains a high degree of femininity. Being out of a full sister to Sonny, insures her quality as a Shorthorn female.


18

WHR SAL CUMBERLAND 7109

*x4265030 1/28/2017

roan

heifer

polled

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 8425 WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

WHR 7109 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.9 53 70 16

WHR SAL Cumberland 7109 is a natural daughter of Cumberland 8425. Cumberland 8425 produced a Reserve Division Champion in this year's Fort Worth Open Show. Cumberland 7109 will develop into an excellent replacement female.

19

LOT 18

WHR CUMBERLAND 7011

x4265068 10/24/2017 roan

heifer

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M SPRYS ALL GOLD D052 WHR CUMBERLAND 3315 ET WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

WHR 7011 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.2 67 88 20

WHR Cumberland 7011 is an October daughter of Low Rider. 7011 exhibits the same correctness and power as all the Low Rider heifers in the sale. We will have a picture of 7011 on the website in March so you can see the quality of this heifer. NBS LOW RIDER 42W

20 EMBRYOS SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR (4) FROZEN EMBRYOS

SIRE DAM

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W , x4179969 NBS DAPHNE 42M CF TRUMP X WHR CUMBERLAND 5916 ET , x4104612 WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

Guaranteed one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician. WHR Cumberland 5916 is a proven donor cow. The genetics offered in this package are very predictable. LOT 20 DAM

21 EMBRYOS SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR (4) FROZEN EMBRYOS

SIRE DAM

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W , x4179969 NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 8425 , 4142047 WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

Guaranteed one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician. This mating is proven. We sold four heifers that were full sisters to these embryos in last years sale that averaged over $6,600 each. One was a Reserve Division Champion at the 2018 Fort Worth National Open Show.

LOT 21 FULL SISTER

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 11


AUGUSTA PRIDE

cow family

LOT 22A

Dam of Lots 22A,B,C,D LOT 22B

These four full sisters demonstrate the consistency that Waco breeds into his females. Naturally those females have slight differences, but all four are powerful in their design - showing capacity and femininity. The dam of these heifers - WHR Augusta Pride 4104 - was Reserve Champion Shorthorn at both the Fort Worth and San Antonio Shows. We believe these heifers have the same potential.

22a

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 1227 ET

x4264975 10/22/17

rwm

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 4104 CF AUGUSTA PRIDE 931 TON

A - 12 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

1227 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

22b

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 1167 ET

x4264974 11/6/17 5.8 62 79 8

rwm

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 4104 CF AUGUSTA PRIDE 931 TON

1167 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.8 62 79 8


LOT 22C

LOT 22D

22c

WHR HCAT AUGUSTA PRIDE 7907 ET

x4265011 9/12/2017

rwm

heifer

horned

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 4104 CF AUGUSTA PRIDE 931 TON

22d

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 5237 ET

WHR 7907

4264969

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 4104 CF AUGUSTA PRIDE 931 TON

5.8 62 79 8

5/23/2017

roan

heifer

horned

WHR 5237 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.8 62 79 8

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 13


LOT 23

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Female 2017 Tulsa State Fair LOT 24

Maternal Sister to Lot 24

23 4264971

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 9167 ET 9/16/2017

roan

heifer

horned

CF TRUMP X SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET WHR SONNY 8114 WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 8107 ET SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127

WHR PW AUGUSTA PRIDE 7106

x4265029 1/24/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 9 ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

4.6 49 62 10

The picture of WHR RHS Augusta Pride 9167 says it all. She is an attractive red neck roan heifer with thickness and substance of bone. She is an easy doing heifer with a good disposition. The grand dam of Augusta Pride 9167 is SS Augusta Pride 3127 - the female that put the Augusta Prides on the Shorthorn map.

A - 14 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

24

WHR 9167

roan

heifer

polled

WHR 7106 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.8 56 74 14

WHR PW Augusta Pride 7106 is a perfectly designed Shorthorn female. Her color is one of our favorites. This heifer's maternal sister has shown well for Tori Zimmer. Including being named Reserve Champion Female at the Tulsa State Fair. Her mother - WHR RHS Augusta Pride 9141 - is a past San Antonio Champion, winning a $10,000 scholarship.


LOT 25

LOT 26

25

WHR TRI STAR AUGUSTA PRIDE 7209

*x4265081 2/19/2017

roan

heifer

polled

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 9323 ET D&D AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127R

26

WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 7301 ET

WHR 7209

x4257035 3/1/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

CF TRUMP X HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 WHR SONNY 8114 RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

4.7 51 66 13

Augusta Pride 7209 is a moderate framed, complete made daughter of Rite On 1N40. Rite On daughters are just now coming into production. We are encouraged with their development as brood matrons. 7209 will be a solid replacement female after her show career.

rwm

heifer

polled

WHR 7301 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6 50 66 8

WHR Augusta Pride 7301 is a full sister to the WHR Creedence 3N19 bull. He is producing some outstanding individuals - several of which are in this sale. 7301 represents the reliable mating of Bloodstone to Sonny daughters. As evidenced by the photo of 7301, this mating has worked again.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 15


LOT 27A

LOT 27B

27a 4264964

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 317 ET 3/1/2017

roan

heifer

horned

CF TRUMP X SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET WHR SONNY 8114 M&L AUGUSTA PRIDE 9112 ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

27b

WHR 317 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.5 50 62 8

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 4137 ET

x4264968 4/13/2017

roan

heifer

polled

CF TRUMP X SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET WHR SONNY 8114 M&L AUGUSTA PRIDE 9112 ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

28

WHR RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 497 ET

WHR 4137

x4264967 4/8/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET RHS LMC AUGUSTA PRIDE ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

5.5 50 62 8

WHR RHS Augusta Pride 4137 and WHR RHS Augusta Pride 317 are two full sisters. They are very similar in their structure and kind. Both heifers possess pleasing color patterns along with long, smooth designs which insures their long term values.

A - 16 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

LOT 28

roan

heifer

polled

WHR 497 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6 56 72 7

WHR RHS Augusta Pride 497 is further proof of the Bloodstone x Sonny cross. These Augusta Pride females all possess the desirable characteristics to make sound Shorthorn investments.


Div. Champion Shorthorn 2017 NAILE

LOT 30

Granddaughter of Ten Queens 1103

30

WHR RHS QUEENS 467 ET

x4264965 4/6/2017

polled

cow family WHR QUEEN OF SONNY 7N15 ET 11/9/2017

white heifer

horned

CF TRUMP X WHR SONNY 8114 WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 JM VORTEC ET LITTLE CEDAR TEN QUEENS CF TEN QUEENS 989 TP X ET

WHR 7N15 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR 467 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6.1 61 81 12

WHR RHS Queens 467 is an outstanding prospect for the upcoming show season. Queens 467 is a full sister to the Ten Queens 942 who enjoyed a successful show career for the Russell Family. She was shown as a yearling and also as a cow/calf pair with her first calf. Her first flush produced a high seller in last year's sale that won a division in Louisville and a $11,500 bull. As shown in her picture, Queens 467 is an up-headed, complete made individual who can compete and produce.

TEN QUEENS

29

heifer

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H JM VORTEC ET LITTLE CEDAR TEN QUEENS CF TEN QUEENS 989 TP X ET

LOT 29

4265077

rwm

5.5 55 74 10

WHR Queen of Sonny 7N15 is another in a long line of heifers to sell in a Lone Star sale out of the Little Cedar Ten Queens donor cow. Do not let the fact that this heifer is solid white influence your decision here. 7N15 is one of the most complete and powerful heifers in the sale. At the same time, her femininity is expressed in her extended neck and attractive head. 7N15 is a really good November heifer.

31 EMBRYOS SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR (4) FROZEN EMBRYOS

SIRE DAM

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W , x4179969 NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR TEN QUEENS 1103 ET , x4171953 LITTLE CEDAR TEN QUEENS

Guaranteed one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician. WHR Ten Queens 1103 was a Grand Champion San Antonio Junior Show Heifer. She has developed into one of our top donors. A full sib was selected by the Johnson Family of Illinois to show and became a donor for them. She did well at the Illinois State Fair and Junior Nationals

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 17


MONA LISA

cow family

LOT 32 DAM: SULL MONA LISA ANGEL ET

Dam of Lots 33A & 33B

LOT 33B

LOT 33A

32 EMBRYOS

Champion Shorthorn Female - 2017 State Fair of Texas Reserve Champion Shorthorn Female - 2018 San Antonio Stock Show

SELLING ONE PACKAGE OF FOUR (4) FROZEN EMBRYOS

SIRE DAM

33a

Full Sister to Lots 33A & 33B

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W , x4179969 NBS DAPHNE 42M WHR SONNY 8114 SULL MONA LISA ANGEL ET , 4166791 K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET

Guaranteed one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician. These embryos are maternal sibs to the high selling heifer in last year's sale. That heifer was the Champion Shorthorn Female at the State Fair of Texas - both Open and Junior Shows and Reserve Champion at 2018 San Antonio.

33b

WHR CMF MONA LISA N027 ET

x4265034 11/8/2017

roan

heifer

CF TRUMP X HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 WHR SONNY 8114 SULL MONA LISA ANGEL ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET

polled

WHR HC MONA LISA 7908 ET

WHR N027

x4265022 9/12/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

CF TRUMP X HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 WHR SONNY 8114 SULL MONA LISA ANGEL ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET

6.2 55 75 12

rwm

heifer

polled

WHR 7908 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6.2 55 75 12

Mona Lisa Angel has proven her value as a donor cow. Being a Sonny daughter, her success was predictable. These two full sisters demonstrate the consistency of this cow. Mona Lisa N027 and 7908 are also full sisters to WHR HC Mona Michelle 6009. 6009 was one of the top sellers in last year's sale and the Champion Shorthorn Female at last Fall's State Fair of Texas - both Open and Junior Shows and Reserve Champion at 2018 San Antonio. These two heifers have the same potential.

A - 18 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18


SHOW HEIFERS 34

WHR CH JEALOUSY PAR 7905 ET

x4265021 9/11/2017

roan

heifer

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR JEALOUSY PAR X944 ET WHR RT SONNY 575 418 ET

WHR 7905 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.7 58 77 16

WHR CH Jealousy Par 7905 is a thick made stylish heifer calf. Her attractive color and deep body will get her noticed. Low Rider continues to please us by giving us the type of progeny that are easy to market.

35

WHR GUCCI 7002

*x4265049 10/2/2017

red

heifer

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M LPA GOLD RUSH WHR WHR LADY GUCCI 4310 WHR WHR DREAM LADY XB05

WHR 7002 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

LOT 34

4 62 83 17

WHR Gucci 7002 is a solid red, feminine heifer calf. She is a typical Low Rider daughter. She is correct from all angles and moves well. She should be competitive in the October class. Watch for her picture on the website.

36 4265032

WHR CMF DREAM LADY 9037 ET 9/8/2017

red

heifer

horned

CF TRUMP X WHR SONNY 8114 WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 CF SOLUTION X ET RFC-KOLT FIRST DREAM 12 ET SS DREAM LADY 420 ET

WHR 9037 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.2 62 82 12

LOT 36

WHR CMF Dream Lady 9037 has an impressive Shorthorn pedigree. Being out of Sonny gives her an opportunity to join a long list of outstanding donor cows sired by him. Her dam - RFC-KOLT First Dream 12 - is a full sister to CYT Dream Lady 063 who sold in a recent Cates Farm Sale for over $100,000. A daughter of 063 sold in last fall's Cates sale for $160,000. 9037 is a 3/4 sister to this high selling heifer. A maternal sister to 9037 was a Division Champion at San Antonio. Be sure to watch the video of 9037 and you will see the design and easy movement that makes this heifer an outstanding prospect.

37

Lot 36 Maternal Sister

WHR MS ADVANCER 7924

*x4265080 9/23/2017

r/w

heifer

polled

JSF HOT WIRE 70A WHR RANDY 5202 CF MODOC MAGGIE 34 EL DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR SSC MS ADVANCER 4019 WHR HCAT MS ADVANCER XN ET

WHR 7924 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

2.5 58 70 15

WHR Ms Advancer 7924 is a product of our ShorthornPlus program. She traces back to the Advancer 608 cow who is a ShorthornPlus sired by Sonny out of a purebred Red Angus cow. We believe the Red Angus breed compliments Shorthorn cattle very well. Advancer 7924 is a perfect example of that.

LOT 37

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 19


38

CCR ROBIN 7928 ET

x4264747 9/28/2017

r/w

heifer

polled

WHRRT AUGUSTASUNRISE 2107 HD SWAGGER 802 HD REFLECTION 021 HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR ROBIN 7N29 WHR ROBIN WR33

CCR 7928 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

6.2 59 80 18

CCR Robin 7928 is an attractive heifer coming from the Robin cow family. Her dam - WHR Robin 7N29 - did a lot of winning for the Carney Family. In addition, she has produced her share of winners. Robin 7928 will join that list of winners. LOT 38

39

CCR TINA 7022 ET

x4264743 10/22/2017 roan

heifer

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET SULL GNCC ASSET ET SULL TINA’S GIRL 0658 ET SULL TINA 028-1 ET

LOT 39

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

40

CCR REBA 7N10 ET heifer

polled

WHRRT AUGUSTASUNRISE 2107 HD SWAGGER 802 HD REFLECTION 021 DF WACO 6W CCR REBA 4105 WHR ROBIN 7N29

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.6 62 83 17

CCR REBA 7N11 ET

x4264745 11/11/2017 r/w

heifer

WHR SONNY 8114 LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET DF WACO 6W CCR REBA 4105 WHR ROBIN 7N29

A - 20 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

CCR 7N10

CCR Reba 7N10 is a beautiful roan, red legged heifer calf that is a very good November prospect. Since she did not get the best picture, we invite you to study her video on the website. We think you will agree this heifer deserves some strong consideration.

41

LOT 41

3.9 63 84 16

CCR Tina 7022 is a powerfully made red neck roan heifer. We sold a maternal sister to this heifer in a past Lone Star sale and she ended up being a Reserve National Champion Female in Louisville for the Denny Jordan Family. Another maternal sister was a Houston and Fort Worth Champion for Hunter Simco. 7022 has all the same characteristics as those two heifers.

x4264744 11/10/2017 roan

LOT 40

CCR 7022

polled

CCR 7N11 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.2 60 80 12

The Aviator cattle have been popular lately and are also performing well in the show ring. CCR Reba 7N11 is a line bred Sonny, which increases her predictability. This heifer has smooth lines and an excellent stride. She is also very easy to handle.


LOT 42

SATURDAY, MARCH 24 5:00 p.m. Mexican Fiesta at WHR SUNDAY, MARCH 25 11:00 a.m. Complimentary Lunch 12:00 Noon Lone Star Edition XXIV Sale

LOT 43

42

43

WHR SWEET AUGUSTA 7201

x4265008 2/5/2017

rwm

heifer

polled

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CREEDENCE 3N19 ET RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET AF SL FINISH LINE AF SL TMG SWEET AUGUSTA 704 AFSL TMG SWEET AUGUSTA499

WHR PW FOOLISH LADY 7408

WHR 7201

x4265010 4/22/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CREEDENCE 3N19 ET RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET CF TRUMP X RL FOOLISH LADY 5105 ET CF 18TH FOOL 458 X ET

5.2 55 72 11

WHR Sweet Augusta 7201 is a stout made February daughter of WHR Creedence 3N19. The Creedence daughters are exhibiting the power and depth of body we had hoped for. 7201 will be a competitive Junior Yearling.

roan

heifer

polled

WHR 7408 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

2.2 42 55 12

WHR PW Foolish Lady 7408 is a beautiful roan heifer that goes back to the Nobody's Fool cow. She is another Creedence daughter that is a desirable female.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 21


44

ShorthornPlus

WHR CMF MS ADVANCER 9027 ET

*xAR4265028 9/8/2017

white heifer

polled

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR FT. WORTH 8N26 WHR POPPIN LADY 2114 ET WHR SONNY 8114 WHR JK MS ADVANCER 608 ET MS ADVANCER OF 4L R123

WHR 9027 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.8 54 76 10

WHR CMF Ms Advancer 9027 is a full sister to the Champion ORB Heifer in San Antonio for Kendel Cleere. 9027 is a carbon copy of Kendel's heifer. If you are looking for a ShorthornPlus to compete with the ORBs, give 9027 a long look.

45

LOT 44

Lot 44 Full Sister

WHR ROBIN 7505

*xAR4265007 5/17/2017

red

ShorthornPlus

heifer

polled

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY WHR HOT DATE 4304 JA QUEEN TLC 2J23 CF BCL HBO X ET WHR ROBIN 4D01 WHR ROBIN 7915 ET

WHR 7505 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4 62 76 12

WHR Robin 7505 is a good example of why we use Red Angus in our ShorthornPlus program. 7505 is just about as fancy as they come as evidenced by her picture. The foundation Red Angus in her pedigree - Whitestone Robin T095 - was a National Champion. If you are looking for a red ShorthornPlus heifer that is extremely feminine - 7505 is the answer.

46

ShorthornPlus

CCR PEPPER

*xAR4263294 1/20/2017

black

heifer

polled

COWAN'S ALI 4M I 80 BPF MILEY 80T ALTA CEDAR SAMURAI 46T WHR SSC CHARMING LADY23 ET WHR DC CHARMING LADY 72 ET LOT 45

47

WHR RITA SUE 7N18 red

heifer

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR 9332 WHR 4A12

A - 22 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

2.5 51 64 15

CCR Pepper is a ShorthornPlus yearling heifer with a unique pedigree. She is sired by the I-80 bull who has wide acceptance in the club calf industry. Her dam's sire - Alta Cedar Samurai 46T - has produced several functional and productive females here at WHR. Show this heifer and then you will be able to breed her to a wide range of bulls based on her pedigree.

*xAR4265421 11/16/17

LOT 46

CCR 7120

ShorthornPlus polled

WHR 7218 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.4 59 80 17

WHR Rita Sue 7N18 is a solid red, rancy made ShorthornPlus heifer calf. She is feminine in her design but also displays a big hip. Being a 7/8's ShorthornPlus, her offspring will register as purebred if mated with a purebred bull. 7N18 looks like a purebred, but has that shot of hybrid vigor to boost her performance. Watch for her picture on the website.


BULLS

LOT 48

LOT 49

48

49

WHR BOB 7305 ET

x4257037 3/5/2017

roan

bull

polled

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CREEDENCE 3N19 ET RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 547 ET WHR SONNY 8114 WHR CECILIA D X105 ET WR4 CECILIA D 6R71

WHR LRS F350 7306 ET

WHR 7305

x4257033 3/6/2017

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M CF TRUMP X WHR CUMBERLAND 5916 ET WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

5 53 68 8

WHR Bob 7305 is a flashy roan son of Creedence 3N19. 7305 has the bone and dimension to produce calves that will work as bulls or heifers. Being out of the Cecilia cow family is a definite plus.

red

bull

polled

WHR 7306 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.2 61 81 15

WHR LRC F350 7306 is a solid red bull calf out of one of the most admired and productive donors at WHR - Cumberland 5916. 7306 is a moderate framed bull with adequate bone. Being a Low Rider son, his muscle shape and dimension is insured.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 23


50

WHR MOMENTUM 7410

x4261090 4/30/2017

roan

bull

polled

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHADYBROOK MOMENTUM 7C SBF PERFECT 13A -3 WINNING FLASH WHR TEN QUEENS 3012 WHR TEN QUEENS 1365 ET

WHR 7410 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4 71 91 12

WHR Momentum 741 is a son of the Shadybrook Momentum 7C bull. We purchased this bull to improve calving ease and to use on heifers. He has worked well for us in both regards. Momentum 7410 will work well in any Shorthorn herd or on commercial females.

51 LOT 50

WHR CHARMER 7501

x4261091 5/8/2017

red

bull

polled

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY WHR HOT DATE 4304 JA QUEEN TLC 2J23 DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR LADY CHARM 4D09 WHR LADY CHARM X504

WHR 7501 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.3 61 70 11

WHR Charmer 7501 is another solid red moderate framed bull. We have had excellent results from his sire - WHR Hot Date 4304 - on both heifers and mature cows. The picture of 7501 says it all about this bull.

52

WHR HCAT DENALI 6N17

x4265099 11/11/2016 red

LOT 51

bull

polled

AR SU LU TONIC X WHR RED TONIC 2913 WHR NELLA X509 WHR SONNY 8114 RHS AUGUSTA PRIDE 557 ET WHR RT AUGUSTA PRIDE 2202 ET

6N17 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

2.6 53 59 6

WHR HCAT Denali 6N17 is a bull that we believe can be used on heifers. He is solid red with a long muscle design. These bulls have been developed on a high roughage rotation with free choice quality hay. These bulls will be ready to work when they reach breeding age.

53

WHR CH DAWSON 7913 ET

x4265354 9/13/2017

red

bull

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR TEN QUEENS 1103 ET LITTLE CEDAR TEN QUEENS LOT 52

A - 24 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

polled

WHR 7913 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.6 60 83 18

WHR CH Dawson 7913 is a solid red son of Low Rider. He is thick and extended. We believe he justifies being shown as he develops as a bull. Although he is young, the potential of this bull is really apparent. In addition, he is backed by the Ten Queens cow family. We will have a picture of this bull calf on the website in March.


SPRING CALVING

bred heifers

DAM OF LOTS 54A & 54B

WHR Cumberland 8425

SERVICE SIRE : ASH VALLEY PRESIDENT 5710

Choice Lot 54a WHR SAL CUMBERLAND ET x4230698 9/9/2015

rwm

cow

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 8425 WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

54b

WHR SAL CUMBERLAND ET

WHR 5909

x4230715 9/14/2015

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 8425 WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

5.1 60 81 10

red

cow

polled

WHR 5926 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

5.1 60 81 10

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. These two full sister bred heifers are out of one of the most prolific donors at WHR. Cumberland 8425 has progeny in most Lone Star sales. She produced a Reserve Division Champion in this year's Fort Worth Show. We have been very pleased with our calves by President.

55 4229711

56

WHR CUMBERLAND AMY 5N01 11/4/2015

roan

cow

horned

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M JA DAZZLE 6J15 ET WHR CUMBERLAND 8113 ET WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52

WHR CUMBERLAND 5906

WHR 5N01

*x4265056 9/7/2015

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 SPRYS ALL GOLD D052 WHR CUMBERLAND 3315 ET WHR CUMBERLAND WR10 ET

4.5 66 88 18

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Cumberland Amy 5N01 is out of a Cumberland x Dazzle female. The Cumberland x Dazzle females have worked all over the country including CYT, The Bergs Shadybrook Shorthorns. This mating is the first cross of Low Rider with the Cumberland x Dazzle Females.

roan

cow

polled

WHR 5906 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.1 59 75 19

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Cumberland 5906 is a beautiful roan bred heifer. Her dam is sired by Spry's All Gold, which gives her an extra shot of maternal genetics. Her mating with the President should produce a desirable offspring.

WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 25


57

58

WHR KEARA 5001

x4265057 10/10/2015 red

cow

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M LSF STEP IT UP LSF ROBJOY KEARA 243 DF KEARA 48X

x4230722 9/17/2015

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR TEN QUEENS 1103 ET LITTLE CEDAR TEN QUEENS

5.2 56 72 16

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Keara 5001 is out of a beautiful solid red cow we purchased from the Leemon family in Illinois. Her mating to Low Rider has produced a high quality bred heifer. The resulting calf from the President should work as a bull or heifer.

59

red

cow

polled

SR RED RIDERS DRIVE NBS LOW RIDER 42W ET NBS DAPHNE 42M JUST RITE 501M WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 WHR RT CHARMING LADY 3325 ET

4265063

roan

cow

horned

WHR SONNY 8114 DF WACO 6W DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H TM DAZZLER 54P SULL DOLLY 8150 ET WHR LS DOLLY D 2116 ET

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 WHR SONNY 8114 CYT REVIVAL 777T ET SS REVIVAL

3.2 54 74 19

*x4265058 9/28/2015

red

cow

polled

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 WHR FT. WORTH 8N26 WHR GOLDEN GIRL 2029 JA GOLDEN GIRL 3J41

cow

horned

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 AR SU LU TONIC X WHR MAGGIE 8506 WHR MAGGIE 5N21

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.1 51 65 16

WHR 5D02 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

3.6 54 69 16

cow

polled

WHR 5N28 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.3 61 73 13

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. This set of bred heifers represents many of the most consistent bloodlines used at WHR. The Maggie's are another branch of the 3-D cow family. WHR Maggie 5N28 is an attractive, solid red bred heifer.

64 WHR 5955

6.2 60 81 11

WHR MAGGIE 5N28

*x4265059 11/20/2015 red

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Golden Girl 5955 is a solid red bred heifer in excellent condition to become a mainstay brood cow. This set of bred heifers have been developed almost entirely on a forage diet, so they are ready to perform.

A - 26 | LONE STAR EDITION XXIV SALE • 3.25.18

red

WHR 5931

WHR GOLDEN GIRL 5955

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. The Revival cow family was a mainstay at CYT Shorthorns. WHR Revival 5D02 is out of a Sonny daughter we purchased from CYT. Revival 5D02 is a deep red color and is a quality replacement female.

62 5.5 70 90 6

WHR 5947

WHR REVIVAL 5D02

BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. The Dolly line of the 3-D cow family has stood the test of time. The dam of WHR Dolly D 5931 is a successful donor as well as her grand dam and great grand dam. Janel Rankin of Pennsylvania raised an excellent bull calf from this family. He was widely admired in Louisville last fall. The Dolly cow family is proven.

63

polled

*4265066 12/7/2015

WHR DOLLY D 5931 ET 9/14/2015

cow

WHR 5N05

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. The bred heifers in this sale sired by Low Rider are hard to part with. We believe these heifers will pass on the traits that make us like Low Rider so much. His calves, both bulls and heifers, are very marketable. WHR Charming Lady 5N05 is an example of Low Rider's Productivity.

61

rwm

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR CH Queens 5947 is a Waco daughter of WHR Ten Queens 1103. 1103 was a Champion Heifer at the San Antonio Junior Show. Her mating to Waco has produced a bred heifer that has donor potential.

60

WHR CHARMING LADY 5N05

*x4265061 11/6/2015

WHR CH QUEENS 5947 ET

WHR 5001

WHR ROBIN 5002

*xAR4265065 10/13/2015 red

ShorthornPlus

cow

DF PURE GOLD 3N WHR CODE RED 8217 ET WR4 LEENA LEGGS 5R16 ET HS RODEO DRIVE 062WR WHR ROBIN 7915 ET WHITESTONE ROBIN T095

polled

WHR 5002 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.8 66 84 23

Pasture exposed to Ash Valley President 5710 on July 5, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Robin 5002 is a ShorthornPlus bred heifer. Her grand dam was a Louisville Champion Red Angus. We believe developing a ShorthornPlus program using Red Angus genetics makes for attractive and productive individuals. Robin 5002 is a good example of this program.


FALL CALVING

65

WHR LILAC 6404

*x4265177 4/12/2016

rwm

cow

polled

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 MAV ECLIPSE 102N CYT LILAC 621S CYT LILAC

WHR 6404 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

3.6 51 64 18

Pasture exposed to WHR On Par 4009 on December 1, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Lilac 6404 is a nice replacement female. Her service sire - WHR On Par 4009 - has proven to be an easy calver as well as producing quality offspring.

66

WHR CUMBERLAND 6412

*x4265116 4/29/2016

red

cow

polled

AR SU LU TONIC X WHR RED TONIC 2913 WHR NELLA X509 SS WHAT’S UP 003 ET WHR JK CUMBERLAND 3018 WHR JK CUMBERLAND X203

68

bred heifers

*xAR4265118 2/24/2016

67

cow

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 GNCC LEGACY ET K-KIM ROYAL RUBY 198S ET HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET WHR MONA LISA 7907 WHR MONA LISA 6R51

cow

polled

WHR 6216 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.1 46 63 11

Pasture exposed to WHR On Par 4009 on December 1, 2017. Examined Safe. WHR Terri 6216 is a ShorthornPlus female with a powerful pedigree. Her dam WHR Faw Teri 3116 - is a Sonny daughter of Faw Teri. Faw Teri is the dam of the infamous bull - Heat Wave. Teri 6216 is a bred heifer that will give her new owner numerous breeding options.

WHR 6412 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

2.7 61 74 13

WHR MONA LISA 6502 red

roan

DJS WHR PRESTIGE 815 ET WHR RITE ON 1N40 WHR DC CHARMING LADY 7603 WHR SONNY 8114 WHR FAW TERI 3116 ET FAW TERI

Pasture exposed to WHR On Par 4009 on December 1, 2017. Examined Safe. The Cumberland cow family has produced another quality individual. WHR Cumberland 6412 will develop into a productive brood cow. If you need replacement females, this set of fall calving bred heifers will work.

x4265119 5/18/2016

ShorthornPlus

WHR TERRI 6216

WHR 6502 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

LOT 68 DAM : WHR FAW TERI 3116

SEMEN

4.8 54 68 10

Pasture exposed to WHR On Par 4009 on December 1, 2017. Examined Safe. The Legacy bull - raised by Gana Cattle Company - worked well here at WHR. WHR Mona Lisa 6502 is an example of the type of female he produced. This is another female that should mate well with On Par 4009.

HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET

CF TRUMP X

69 HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET x4069163 3/20/2003

roan

bull

PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND CF TRUMP X CF CARMELE NG NG 158X NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET

69a. 4 units x $ 69b. 4 units x $ 62c. 4 units x $

polled

70 CF TRUMP X 603 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

*x3909231 3/15/1993 7.5 54 77 11

roan

bull

CUNIA PHILDON CUNIA DIVIDEND PHILDON FINESSE EVERGREEN NUGGET 88 ET CF CARMELE NG NG 158X CF CARMELE RB 950X

polled

334 BEPD: WEPD: YEPD: MEPD:

4.0 46 63 6

70a. 4 units x $ 70b. 4 units x $ 70c. 4 units x $ WHR SHORTHORNS • VAN ALSTYNE, TX | A - 27


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Denver Colorado

NationalWEstern Stock show 2018 NWSS Pen Bull & Heifer Show

Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Pens :: Judge: Steve McGill, Iva, S.C. by Matt Woolfolk

On a brisk January morning in the Mile High City, the Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus Pen Show had the National Western Stock Show Yards ablaze. Judge Steve McGill of Iva, S.C. evaluated 16 pens of bulls and heifers that totaled 58 head of Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus cattle. The buzz around the Yards Arena was that this year’s exhibition was the strongest, highest quality Shorthorn Pen Show in a long time. The interest and enthusiasm was evident after the show, as every exhibitor’s pen was packed with cattlemen inspecting the stock on display. Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Heifers were exhibited by Stepping Stone Ranch of Edson, Kan. This trio of heifers had an average weight of 689 pounds and a WDA of 2.87 pounds per day. The Champion Pen of 5 ShorthornPlus Bulls, exhibited by Jungels Shorthorn Farm of Kathryn, N.D., was a pen of half brothers all sired by DJSF Red Rocket 89C. Their average weight was 993 pounds with an average WDA of 3.24 pounds per day. Jungels Shorthorn Farm also exhibited the Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Bulls with a trio of sons by SBR Golden Rod 714B. The trio averaged 1023 pounds with a WDA of 3.36 pounds per day. Reserve Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Bulls honors went to

Stepping Stone Ranch. The pen of May calves weighed in at an average of 850 pounds, resulting in a 3.37 WDA. Horton Farms of Saint Charles, Ill., exhibited the Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Heifers once again this year. The March sisters by Lorenz’s Big Daddy’s Expr averaged 935 pounds and a WDA of 3.08 pounds per day. The Champion Pen of 5 Shorthorn Bulls title was once again garnered by Leveldale Farms of Mason City, Ill., who exhibited the 2017 Champion Pen of 5. The champion pen of junior bull calves averaged 1164 pounds and a WDA of 3.36 pounds per day. Jungels Shorthorn Farms added another banner to the display with the Reserve Champion Pen of 5 Shorthorn Bulls. The pen of coming 2-year olds averaged 1538 pounds with a WDA of 2.39 pounds per day. Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Bulls was exhibited by Waukaru Farms of Renssalaer, Ind. The champion trio weighed in at 1040 pounds and a WDA of 3.14 pounds per day. Reserve Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Bulls honors went to the Greg Crawford Family of Roca, Neb. This set of JSF Wall Street brothers averaged 1128 pounds and had a WDA of 3.29 pounds per day. Congratulations to all the Yards winners and exhibitors. We look forward to seeing you again in 2019! =

Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Heifers - Stepping Stone Ranch, Edson, Kan.

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Champion Pen of 5 ShorthornPlus Bulls - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Kathryn, N.D.


Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Bulls - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Kathryn, N.D.

Reserve Champion Pen of 3 ShorthornPlus Bulls - Stepping Stone Ranch, Edson, Kan.

Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Heifers - Horton Farms, Saint Charles, Ill.

Champion Pen of 5 Shorthorn Bulls - Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

Reserve Champion Pen of 5 Shorthorn Bulls - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Kathryn, N.D.

Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Bulls - Waukaru Farms, Renssalaer, Ind.

Reserve Champion Pen of 3 Shorthorn Bulls - Greg Crawford Family, Roca, Neb.

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ShorthornPlus Pen Show

EPD’s $VALUES Ultrasound Placing Animal DOB Sire WT WDA FS SC CE BW WW YW M ST REA MB $CEZ $BMI $F REA %IMF FT RA/CWT NON-PARENT BREED AVERAGE EPDs: 6.0 2.0 54.0 65.0 16.0 7.0 -0.1 0.0 $22.00 $109.00 $53.00 SHORTHORNPLUS PEN OF 3 HEIFERS Class 225: ShorthornPlus Pen of 3 Spring Heifer Calves (Calved after March 1, 2017) 1 Stepping Stone Ranch AR4260615 SSRB ‘WOW’ 113 2017 6/1/17 SSRB MR TARZAN RECHARGE 655 2.92 5.4 9.24 2.34 0.16 1.41 AR4260614 SSRB ‘NICE’ 90 2017 6/2/17 RUN FOR THE ROSES 649 2.91 5.6 8.78 2.55 0.15 1.35 AR4257329 SSRB BLACK 98B I-80 2017 4/12/17 GOET I80 764 2.79 5.6 10.15 5.36 0.19 1.33 689 2.87 5.53 9.4 3.42 0.17 1.36 Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Pen of 3 Heifers Stepping Stone Ranch Edson, KS SHORTHORNPLUS PEN OF 5 BULLS Class 213: ShorthornPlus Pen of 5 Spring Bull Calves (Calved after March 1, 2017) 1 Jungels Shorthorn Farm AR4263659 JSF RED RANGER 220E 3/26/17 DJSF RED ROCKET 89C 966 3.32 5.3 37.0 7 0.3 62 75 16 0.22 -0.08 23.38 122.74 55.07 11.96 3.26 0.30 1.24 AR4263655 JSF RED RANGER 40E 3/2/17 DJSF RED ROCKET 89C 955 3.03 5.3 37.0 6 2.8 57 72 13 0.23 -0.08 20.64 107.37 52.76 12.01 3.41 0.37 1.26 AR4263661 JSF RED RANGER 73E 3/6/17 DJSF RED ROCKET 89C 994 3.20 4.9 39.0 8 0.3 51 69 20 0.3 0 27.92 112.72 51.57 13.90 3.11 0.25 1.41 AR4263656 JSF RED RANGER 74E 3/6/17 DJSF RED ROCKET 89C 992 3.19 5.2 35.0 8 0.9 52 71 19 0.35 -0.2 27.52 108.31 49.58 13.15 2.96 0.39 1.32 AR4263726 JSF RED RANGER 124E 3/13/17 DJSF RED ROCKET 89C 1059 3.48 6.2 35.0 8 1.6 58 69 15 0.17 -0.05 27.92 122.85 53.54 12.47 3.37 0.32 1.18 993 3.24 5.4 36.6 7.4 1.2 56.0 71.2 16.6 0.25 -0.082 25.48 114.80 52.50 12.698 3.22 0.33 1.28 Grand Champion Pen of 5 ShorthornPlus Bulls Jungels Shorthorn Farm Kathryn, ND SHORTHORNPLUS PEN OF 3 BULLS Class 217: ShorthornPlus Pen of 3 Spring Bull Calves (Calved after March 1, 2017) 1 Jungels Shorthorn Farm AR4263470 JSF GOLDENROD 714 110E 3/10/17 SBR GOLDEN ROD 714B 1030 3.36 4.4 40 10 0 56 64 26 7 0.1 0.05 36 140.91 54.15 12.50 4.57 0.33 1.21 AR4263460 JSF GOLDENROD 714 38E 3/1/17 SBR GOLDEN ROD 714B 1023 3.24 5.4 35 12 -1.2 53 63 29 9 -0.17 0.09 42.21 130.93 53.12 13.47 3.65 0.30 1.32 AR4263489 JSF EMBER 209E 3/25/17 SBR GOLDEN ROD 714B 1017 3.48 4.4 41 8 0.2 56 63 29 12 0.14 -0.09 29.75 138.15 52.09 12.10 3.15 0.35 1.19 1023 3.36 4.73 38.7 10 -0.33 55 63.33 28 9.33 0.02 0.017 35.99 136.66 53.12 12.69 3.79 0.33 1.24 2 Stepping Stone Ranch AR4260609 SSRB ‘MR RWR’ 103 2017 5/1/17 “FAIR RED, WHITE & ROAN” 855 3.35 4.9 32.0 10.92 2.76 0.20 1.28 AR4257328 SSRB 83 R R-W-R 83 2017 5/9/17 “FAIR RED, WHITE & ROAN” 850 3.44 4.7 35.0 10.55 2.77 0.28 1.24 AR4260610 SSRB ‘MR MAN’ 104 2017 5/2/17 SSUL I DA MAN 2313Z 846 3.33 5.4 30.0 10.64 2.58 0.18 1.26 850 3.38 5.0 32.3 10.70 2.70 0.22 1.26 Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Pen of 3 Bulls Jungels Shorthorn Farm Kathryn, ND Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Pen of 3 Bulls Stepping Stone Ranch Edson, KS

Shorthorn Pen Show EPD’s $VALUES Ultrasound Placing Animal DOB Sire WT WDA FS SC CE BW WW YW M ST REA MB $CEZ $BMI $F REA %IMF FT RA/CWT NON-PARENT BREED AVERAGE EPDs: 6.0 2.0 54.0 65.0 16.0 7.0 -0.1 0.0 $22.00 $109.00 $53.00 SHORTHORN PEN OF 3 HEIFERS Class 221: Shorthorn Pen of 3 Spring Heifer Calves (Calved after March 1, 2017) 1 Horton Farms 4261459 HFS RUBY EXPRESS 701 3/5/17 LORENZ’S BIG DADDY’S EXPR 975 3.13 6.0 6 2.8 55 71 16 6 -0.16 -0.05 22.57 96.03 52.08 12.81 4.74 0.29 1.31 4261460 HFS FOOLISH EXPERSS 714 3/16/17 LORENZ’S BIG DADDY’S EXPR 903 3.00 5.6 3 3.6 56 73 16 5 -0.1 -0.13 9.65 92.12 51.29 11.19 3.48 0.31 1.24 4261461 HFS MIRAGE EXPRESS 715 3/21/17 LORENZ’S BIG DADDY’S EXPR 926 3.13 5.6 1 3.4 62 83 14 2 -0.09 -0.07 2.98 86.9 54.82 12.38 4.11 0.39 1.34 935 3.08 5.7 3.33 3.27 57.67 75.67 15.3 4.3 -0.12 -0.08 11.73 91.68 52.73 12.12 4.11 0.33 1.30 Grand Champion Shorthorn Pen of 3 Heifers Horton Farms St. Charles, IL SHORTHORN PEN OF 5 BULLS Class 206: Shorthorn Pen of 5 Junior Bull Calves ( Calved January 1- February 28, 2017) 1 Leveldale Farms 4255087 LEVELDALE REVIVE 722E 1/31/17 LEVELDALE BOARDWALK 530 1202 3.48 5.4 39.0 6.0 3.1 72 92 15 8 -0.03 -0.09 17.88 116.64 59.87 14.58 3.35 0.35 1.21 4255089 LEVELDALE REVENANT 724E 2/2/17 LEVELDALE RIGHTEOUS 084 1288 3.76 5.7 35.0 6.0 0.8 63 84 22 6 -0.05 -0.1 17.86 117.27 55.47 15.94 3.40 0.42 1.24 4255079 LEVELDALE MOTIVE 714E 1/23/17 LEVELDALE ROLEX 276Z ET 1151 3.26 5.5 33.0 5.0 1.9 59 69 20 9 -0.07 -0.05 16.52 121.61 53.43 14.03 4.06 0.30 1.22 4255076 LEVELDALE CAPONE 711E 1/19/17 AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 1099 3.08 5.6 36.0 7.0 0.3 66 76 14 11 -0.33 0.04 21.89 117.51 57.7 14.22 4.34 0.25 1.29 4255100 LEVELDALE RESOURCE 736E 2/10/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1079 3.22 5.0 36.0 12.0 -1.4 59 69 20 11 -0.16 -0.16 42.24 132.47 52.78 15.10 3.53 0.36 1.40 1164 3.36 5.44 35.8 7.2 0.94 63.8 78 18.2 9 -0.13 -0.07 23.28 121.1 55.85 14.77 3.74 0.34 1.27 2 Paint Valley Farms 4249750 PVF ENDURANCE 5E 1/26/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1057 3.02 4.7 39.0 12 -1 59 69 15 14 -0.35 0.09 41.97 122 55.59 12.00 4.89 0.31 1.14 4249748 PVF RAMBLIN’ RED 3E 1/24/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1098 3.12 4.9 34.0 14 -0.9 55 63 19 12 -0.35 -0.05 49.73 131.89 52.45 13.97 4.15 0.32 1.27 4249755 PVF EXTREME 11E 1/29/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1169 3.37 5.6 38.0 10 0.7 70 81 18 14 -0.28 -0.07 32.52 135.12 58.51 13.59 3.89 0.25 1.16 4249776 PVF ELITE 28E 3/3/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1039 3.31 5.4 35 8 3.4 67 84 14 8 -0.13 -0.2 25.9 124.15 56.37 13.29 3.56 0.26 1.28 4249756 PVF EMPIRE 10E 1/28/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1125 3.23 5.4 36.0 9 1.4 64 84 17 11 -0.12 -0.12 28.98 123.52 56.23 14.80 3.76 0.27 1.32 1098 3.21 5.2 36.4 10.6 0.72 63 76.2 16.6 11.8 -0.25 -0.07 35.82 127.34 55.83 13.53 4.05 0.28 1.23 3 Waukaru Farms 4252381 WAUKARU NAPOLEON 7019 1/21/17 KL PRIME TIME TEDDY 1175 3.31 6.2 36.0 16 0.8 78 95 9 11 -0.48 0.19 49.48 135.66 66.5 15.42 3.63 0.16 1.31 4252433 WAUKARU TRENTON 7062 2/18/17 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 1245 3.81 6.2 41.0 2 3.7 82 116 8 10 0.18 -0.09 -1.57 107.31 64.85 14.43 4.59 0.29 1.16 4252401 WAUKARU FULL TILT 7033 1/28/17 BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 1170 3.36 6.2 38.0 8 1.5 74 94 22 13 -0.14 0.26 23.25 137.91 65.2 16.12 4.26 0.35 1.38 4252462 WAUKARU BOCELLI 7088 2/25/17 KL PRIME TIME TEDDY 1065 3.33 5.9 36.0 15 1.1 82 108 14 13 -0.25 0.07 44.6 137.52 67.4 14.07 4.02 0.28 1.33 4252407 WAUKARU ANGELO 7039 2/7/17 BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 1065 3.15 5.2 33.0 7 1.3 76 96 17 12 -0.06 0.23 18.16 136.05 65.4 13.90 3.58 0.28 1.31 1144 3.39 5.9 36.8 9.6 1.68 78.4 101.8 14 11.8 -0.15 0.132 26.78 130.89 65.87 14.78 4.02 0.27 1.30

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NationalWEstern Stock show 2018 EPD’s $VALUES Placing Animal DOB Sire WT WDA FS SC CE BW WW YW M ST REA MB $CEZ $BMI $F REA NON-PARENT BREED AVERAGE EPDs: 6.0 2.0 54.0 65.0 16.0 7.0 -0.1 0.0 $22.00 $109.00 $53.00

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Class 208: Shorthorn Pen of 5 Yearling Bulls (Calved prior to September 1, 2016) 1 Jungels Shorthorn Farm 4263493 JSF NEXT IN LINE 273D 4/4/16 JSF MARQUIS 127X 1538 2.38 3.6 41.0 8 0.8 71 83 15 9 0.12 0.11 24.18 134.61 61.32 17.09 3.64 0.30 1.11 4263578 JSF ESTEEMED 308D 4/17/16 SASKVALLEY OPTIMAL 220Z 1533 2.42 3.2 40.0 8 2.6 58 67 13 10 0.09 -0.2 28.29 119.57 51.82 15.86 3.22 0.34 1.06 4263492 JSF BROKER II ET 3/20/16 JSF BROKER 157Z 1492 2.25 3.2 41.0 10 -2.1 50 59 26 10 -0.15 -0.05 35.6 125.77 49.4 15.85 4.85 0.38 1.06 4263494 JSF RED DAWN 277D 4/5/16 JSF COMPASS 186A 1561 2.42 6.8 39.0 8 -0.3 59 61 20 14 0.12 0 29.22 140.03 54.55 17.51 4.31 0.23 1.12 4263496 JSF CROWN PRINCE 313D 4/20/16 JSF KING 116B 1568 2.49 4.2 40.0 9 0.4 60 70 23 8 0.01 0 31.14 133.96 55.35 17.01 4.10 0.38 1.09 1538 2.39 4.2 40.2 8.6 0.28 59.6 68 19.4 10.2 0.04 -0.02 29.69 130.79 54.49 16.664 4.02 0.33 1.09 Grand Champion Shorthorn Pen of 5 Bulls Leveldale Farms Mason City, IL Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Pen of 5 Bulls Jungels Shorthorn Farm Kathryn, ND SHORTHORN PEN OF 3 BULLS Class 209: Shorthorn Pen of 3 Spring Bull Calves (Calved After March 1, 2017) 1 Jungels Shorthorn Farm 4263500 JSF MILE HIGH 103E 3/9/17 JDMC BIG SKY 15X 1004 3.26 4.9 36.0 11 -1.9 65 77 19 13 -0.28 0.11 37.95 136.45 58.79 12.56 3.42 0.36 1.25 4263469 JSF SKY HIGH 100E 3/9/17 JDMC BIG SKY 15X 1043 3.39 5.9 35.0 10 2.9 72 82 22 14 -0.41 0.17 31.86 151.09 62.64 11.76 4.02 0.42 1.13 4263480 JSF SKYFALL 135E 3/15/17 JDMC BIG SKY 15X 1026 3.40 5.4 36.0 8 3 71 84 16 12 -0.3 0.1 24.12 134.59 61.32 12.25 3.67 0.28 1.19 1024 3.35 5.4 35.7 9.67 1.33 69.33 81 19 13 -0.33 0.13 31.31 140.71 60.92 12.19 3.70 0.35 1.19 3 Paint Valley Farms 4249779 PVF FLYWHEEL 31E 3/5/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 953 3.05 5.3 37.0 11 0.1 58 66 17 8 -0.16 -0.12 37.63 127.21 52.52 13.19 3.72 0.28 1.38 4249780 PVF EXPOSURE 32E 3/6/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 875 2.81 5.2 34.0 9 -0.4 62 73 16 10 -0.15 -0.18 30.89 121.28 53.83 11.54 3.33 0.32 1.32 4249790 PVF REMNANT 43E 3/21/17 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 942 3.18 4.7 35.0 12 -0.3 62 71 11 14 -0.4 0.1 41.14 125.65 57.23 12.45 3.92 0.29 1.32 923 3.02 5.1 35.3 10.7 -0.2 60.67 70 14.7 10.67 -0.24 -0.07 36.55 124.71 54.53 12.39 3.66 0.30 1.34 4 Whitney Vogel 4261383 VSF CRIMSON 28E 3/29/17 GAL CHERRY DOVER 901C 952 3.31 4.9 34.0 10 -1.4 41 47 18 7 -0.11 -0.07 39.91 107.63 45.02 12.67 3.01 0.25 1.33 4261345 VSF KING 18E 3/21/17 DMH CHERRY FILLET ET 890 3.01 4.9 31.0 8 0.8 50 62 17 11 -0.2 -0.07 30.91 104.27 49.45 12.38 3.89 0.22 1.39 4261349 VSF CHERRY 12E 3/17/17 DMH CHERRY FILLET ET 814 2.71 4.7 32.0 9 0.7 46 54 15 11 -0.18 -0.01 35.63 100.74 48.22 10.46 3.54 0.18 1.28 885 3.01 4.8 32.3 9 0.03 45.67 54.33 16.7 9.67 -0.16 -0.05 35.48 104.21 47.56 11.84 3.48 0.22 1.33 2 Jungels Shorthorn Farm 4263472 JSF JOSEY WALES 126E 3/19/17 SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z 1040 3.49 5.7 35.0 10 1.1 63 75 15 8 -0.14 -0.04 34.11 128.45 56.27 11.67 3.28 0.37 1.12 4263461 JSF MCLEAN 39E 3/2/17 SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z 1014 3.22 5.1 33.0 11 0 61 71 21 8 -0.32 0.09 35.97 133.71 56.86 12.42 3.18 0.20 1.22 4263471 JSF ELITE COMPANY 114E 3/11/17 SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z 1088 3.56 5.6 37.0 13 0.6 55 58 18 9 -0.06 0.17 45.76 141.23 54.63 13.82 3.52 0.32 1.27 1047 3.42 5.5 35 11.3 0.57 59.67 68 18 8.33 -0.17 0.07 38.61 134.46 55.92 12.64 3.33 0.30 1.20 Class 210: Shorthorn Pen of 3 Junior Bull Calves (Calved January 1- February 28, 2017) 1 Waukaru Farms 4252435 WAUKARU LEO 7064 2/18/17 BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 1045 3.20 5.2 37.0 11 -1.6 65 81 21 13 -0.14 0.41 35.95 139.69 62.62 14.40 4.53 0.37 1.38 4252393 WAUKARU LIVINGSTON 7024 1/25/17 KL PRIME TIME TEDDY 1070 3.05 5.2 35.0 15 -0.8 64 74 13 12 -0.21 0.05 51.32 133.43 57.71 14.42 3.84 0.40 1.35 4252465 WAUKARU VERVE 7092 2/28/17 MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y 1005 3.17 4.5 34.0 13 -0.8 62 74 12 13 0.05 -0.05 43.23 125.18 55.87 15.15 4.06 0.29 1.51 1040 3.14 5.0 35.3 13 -1.07 63.6 76.33 15.3 12.7 -0.1 0.13 43.5 132.77 58.73 14.66 4.14 0.35 1.41 2 Greg Crawford Family 4255514 GCF ELEVATION 704E 1/29/17 JSF WALL STREET 106C 1078 3.11 5.0 38.0 8 0.5 59 72 24 11 -0.1 0.1 28.64 132.52 56 13.05 3.64 0.25 1.21 4255515 GCF ELWAY 709E 2/9/17 JSF WALL STREET 106C 1125 3.35 5.2 37.0 5 2 66 80 22 5 -0.02 0.08 14.99 129.7 58.87 15.45 3.43 0.28 1.37 4255513 GCF EXCHANGE 702E 1/29/17 JSF WALL STREET 106C 1180 3.40 5.5 36.0 4 2.4 61 70 26 14 0.11 0.03 15.13 139.82 55.93 14.65 3.4 0.24 1.24 1128 3.29 5.2 37 5.67 1.63 62 74 24 10 -0.03 0.07 19.59 134.01 56.93 14.38 3.49 0.26 1.27 Class 211: Shorthorn Pen of 3 Senior Bull Calves ( Calved September 1- December 31, 2016) 1 Paint Valley Farms 4241135 PVF BARON 94D 9/11/16 JSF KING 116B 1368 2.81 5.3 40.0 8 -0.1 47 53 22 10 -0.15 0.09 32.17 118.23 50.17 15.44 4.27 0.22 1.13 4241824 PVF DYNAMITE 107D 10/11/16 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A 1384 3.03 5.7 39.0 10 0.8 61 73 14 14 -0.2 -0.09 35.39 124.46 54.58 16.04 4.08 0.21 1.16 4241144 PVF PRINCE 103D 9/27/16 JSF KING 116B 1463 3.11 5.5 38.0 7 1.2 61 70 13 11 0.04 0.03 25.12 123.42 55.74 16.20 4.36 0.29 1.11 1405 2.98 5.5 39.0 8.33 0.63 56.33 65.33 16.3 11.67 -0.10 0.01 30.89 122.04 53.50 15.89 4.24 0.24 1.13 Grand Champion Shorthorn Pen of 3 Bulls Waukaru Farms Rensselaer, IN Reserve Grand Champion Pen of 3 Bulls Greg Crawford Family Roca, NE

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= Beef Blurb...

Shelby director of youth activities, Rogers director of marketing &

Shorthorns Represented at NCBA The National Cattleman’s Beef Association Convention and Trade Show was held January 31 – February 2 in Phoenix, Arizona. There were more than 7,000 attendees that made their way through the trade show booths. This year, the American Shorthorn Association had a new, re-designed booth, as well as new pull-ups with ASA data (as pictured below). The new designs attracted many attendees into the booth and ASA staff was able to educate them on the Shorthorn breed. The ASA staff handed out promotional

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materials to attendees and hats to those who completed a survey about Shorthorns. There were potential members and current breeders who stopped by the booth to discuss Shorthorns with the ASA staff. Attendees that stopped by our booth last year commented on and enjoyed the new booth and information we provided this year. The 2019 NCBA Convention and Trade Show will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, on January 30 – February 1. We hope to see you there! =

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fort Worth STOCK SHOW National Shorthorn Show

Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus :: Judge: Kyle Colyer, Bruneau, Idaho. by Emily Velisek

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

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion, honors went to SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E, owned by Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa.

Shorthorn enthusiast made their way to “Cowtown” for the National Shorthorn Show at the Fort Worth Stock Show. On Sunday, January 28, 2018, judge Kyle Colyer evaluated 86 head of Shorthorn cattle with 51 females and 13 bulls in the Purebred Show and 19

females and 3 bulls in the ShorthornPlus Show. Grand Champion Bull and Senior Champion Bull honors went to SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET, owned by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns of Middletown, Ill. and Sullivan Farms of Dunlap, Iowa.

TJH Bo’s Maxim H7 was named Reserve Grand Champion Bull and Senior Bull Calf Champion, owned by Crow Creek Farms of Lawton, Okla. Grand Champion Female and Junior Heifer Calf Champion, honors went to SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E, owned by Madison McCormick of Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion Female and Senior Heifer Calf Champion was WHR SRVM Cecilia 6928 ET, owned by Kylie Harlan of Sherman, Texas. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Early Spring Bull Calf Champion honors went to 5J Gustus 24E, owned by 5J Farms LLC of Olney Springs, Colo. CRC Little Boy Blue 12D was named Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Senior Champion Bull, owned by Cedar Ridge Cattle, Inc, Marlow, Okla. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Intermediate Champion Female, honors went to KOLT Blue The Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter of Seward, Neb. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion was Steck Katie C 710E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. Division Winners: Purebred Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - AJC Atlas, AJ Show Cattle, Granite, Okla. Early Spring Bull Calf Champion - BFCC Seminole 7513, Lane Shorthorns, Jay, Okla. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - DDD TGCC Dandy’s Eclipse, Andrea Norris, Terrell, Texas. Junior Bull Calf Champion - GCS Ace Over Queen ET, Chace Krebs, Tahlequah, Okla. Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - Lazy B Bambino B72, Morgan Brooks, Venus, Texas. Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion - JCB Rider’s Red Diamond 6B09, Jennifer Bedwell, Isabella, Okla. Intermediate Champion Bull - RSF Lunesta 2D, Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark. Intermediate Reserve Champion Bull - - A Streak Of Flash, Abigail Nunn, Marietta, Okla. Senior Reserve Champion Bull - 5J shorthorn country = march 2018

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull and Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, was awarded to 5J Gustus 24E, owned by 5J Farms LLC, Olney Springs, Colo.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Intermediate Champion Female, honors went to KOLT Blue The Roo 940, owned by Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb.

Viper 118C ET, 5J Farms, LLC. Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion RSF Simply Desert Rose 3E, Ryan Lane. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - RRS JCB Revival PR 7B05, Jacob Raper, Chandler, Okla. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - JCB Rose Mary’s Prestige 7B01, Jennifer Bedwell. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - RSF Killian Max Rose 2E 74

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ET, Ryan Lane. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Lane’s Fancy Cumberland 02E, Alexa Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - WHR SAL Cumberland 6N10, Sutton Shires, Sherman, Texas. Intermediate Champion Female - 3L Miss Holly J 4415, Merideth Behrens, Colbert, Okla. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - K’s Stargaze 624, Abigail

Nunn. Junior Champion Female - HHF Margie 690 SN ET, Caitlyn Rasor, Van Alstyne, Texas. Reserve Junior Champion Female - CYT Max Rosa 6129 ET, Merideth Behrens. Senior Champion Female - SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan. Reserve Senior Champion Female - WHR Proud Mary 6204, Cameron Fallon, Tom Bean, Texas. Cow/Calf Champion - CYT Revival 4128 ET, Jacob Raper. Reserve Cow/Calf Champion WHR LS Demi 4N10 ET, John & Barbara Russell, Houston, Texas. ShorthornPlus Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - TSW Diamond Dave, TSW Cattle, Marlow, Okla. ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - WEIK Darkest Dreams, Kate Day, Ambrose, Ga. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Mallory, Rachel Parker, Burneyville, Okla. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - JVCC Red Diamond 701, Kadin Worthington, El Reno, Okla. Junior Heifer Calf Champion - SULL Lady’s Crystal 7009E ET, Brooklyn Burden, El Reno, Okla. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - DRCC Miss Emerald Lady, Larahmy Blakely, Oologah, Okla. Senior Heifer Calf Champion MB Cowgirls Raven, Ashlyn Larman, Orlando, Okla. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - DMR American Angel MIZ, Maclane May, Granbury, Texas. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - SULL Who Dat Righteous, Wyatt Hancock, Oolagah, Okla. Class Placings: Purebred Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calves – (1 entry): 1) AJC Atlas exhibited by AJ Show Cattle. Early Spring Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) BFCC Seminole 7513 exhibited by Lane Shorthorns; 2) DDD TGCC Dany’s Eclipse exhibited by Andrea Norris. Junior Bull Calves – (2 entries): 1) GCS Ace Over Queen ET exhibited by Chace Krebs; 2) Lazy B Bambino B72 exhibited by Morgan Brooks. Senior Bull Calves – (3 entries): 1) TJH Bo’s Maxim H7 exhibited by Crow Creek Farms; 2) JCB


Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Senior Bull Calf Champion went to TJH Bo’s Maxim H7, owned by Crow Creek Farms, Lawton, Okla.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Senior Heifer Calf Champion went to WHR SRVM Cecilia 6928 ET, owned by Kylie Harlan, Sherman, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Senior Champion Bull went to CRC Little Boy Blue 12D, owned by Cedar Ridge Cattle, Inc., Marlow, Okla.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion went to Steck Katie C 710E ET, owned by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Rider’s Red Diamond 6B09; 3) TMF Sonny’sPoppinHotCommodity exhibited by John & Barbara Russell. Summer Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) A Streak Of Flash exhibited by Abigail Nunn. Late Spring Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) RSF Lunesta 2D exhibited by Ryan Lane. Two-Year Old Bulls – (3 entries): 1) SULL RGLC Legacy 525 ET exhibited by Rockin G Polled Shorthorns & Sullivan Farms; 2) 5J Viper 118C ET exhibited by 5J Farms; 3) 3BC Yolo 1597 exhibited by Diamond S Cattle & Bill Schomberg and Sons. Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) RSF Simply Desert Rose 3E exhibited by Ryan Lane; 2) RRS JCB Revival PR 7B05 exhibited by Jacob Raper; 3) 3L Precious Barbara Diamond exhibited by Merideth Behrens. Late Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) M&E Margie 33 934 exhibited by M&E Shorthorns; 2) AF

Lassies Rose 1725 exhibited by Merideth Behrens; 3) AJC Royal Galaxy exhibited by AJ Show Cattle. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) RSF Killian Max Rose 2E ET exhibited by Ryan Lane; 2) Simple Brilliance exhibited by Brittany Blankinship; 3) WHR Special Nan 7406 exhibited by Quinn Rasor. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (7 entries): 1) JCB Rose Mary’s Prestige 7B01 exhibited by Jennifer Bedwell; 2) SULL Max Rosa 7514E exhibited by Brooklyn Riley; 3) SULL Rosa 7518E ET exhibited by Craylyn King. Junior Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) JCB STK Desert Rose RB 65 ET exhibited by Jennifer Bedwell; 2) M&E Queen 929 exhibited by M&E Shorthorns. Junior Heifer Calves – (6 entries): 1) SULL Martha’s Bo 7974E ET exhibited by Madison McCormick; 2) Lane’s Fancy Cumberland 02E exhibited by Alexa Lane; 3) SULL Miss Max Rosa 7035E ET exhibited by Chace Krebs.

Winter Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) JJ CCF Dolly Parton CM C57D exhibited by Crow Creek Farms. Winter Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) WHR SAL Cumberland 6N10 exhibited by Sutton Shires; 2) TNR Foxxy 687 ET exhibited by Graham Spooner. Senior Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) MB Bo’s Knightly Cabernet ET exhibited by Lane Blankinship. Senior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) WHR SRVM Cecilia 6928 ET exhibited by Kylie Harlan; 2) SJ Majestic Mirage 6B05 exhibited by Lane Blankinship; 3) LSCC Cinnamon exhibited by Kyleigh Edwards. Summer Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) MJS Cumberland AG Ingrid exhibited by MJ Shorthorns. Summer Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) 3L Miss Holly J 4415 exhibited by Merideth Behrens. Late Spring Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1) K’s Stargaze 624 exhibited by Abigail Nunn; 2) JJ Lily TH exhibited by TSW Cattle; 3) MJS Duchess Imma shorthorn country = march 2018

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Late Spring Bull Calf Champion, AJC Atlas, AJ Show Cattle, Granite, Okla.

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, BFCC Seminole 7513, Lane Shorthorns, Jay, Okla.

Junior Bull Calf Champion, GCS Ace Over Queen ET, Chace Krebs, Tahlequah, Okla.

Junior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, Lazy B Bambino B72, Morgan Brooks, Venus, Texas.

Senior Bull Calf Reserve Champion, JCB Rider’s Red Diamond 6B09, Jennifer Bedwell, Isabella, Okla.

Intermediate Champion Bull, RSF Lunesta 2D, Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark.

Picture not available: Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion, DDD TGCC Dandy’s Eclipse, Andrea Norris, Terrell, Texas.

Intermediate Reserve Champion Bull, A Streak Of Flash, Abigail Nunn, Marietta, Okla.

Senior Reserve Champion Bull, 5J Viper 118C ET, 5J Farms, LLC., Olney Springs, Colo.

Priss exhibited by MJ Shorthorns. Late Spring Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) MJS Carrie F Inez exhibited by MJ Shorthorns. Early Spring Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) HHF Margie 690 SN ET exhibited by Caitlyn Rasor. Early Spring Yearling Females – (4 entries): 1) CYT Max Rosa 6129 ET exhibited by Merideth Behrens; 2) CYT Myrtle Bo 6124 ET exhibited by Ashley Holcombe; 3) C-P Rose Mary 2401/D1 exhibited by Luke Jones. Junior Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) WHR Proud Mary 6204 exhibited by Cameron Fallon; 2) EFC Cherry Bomb exhibited by Destiny Scull. Junior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) SULL Miss America 6073D ET exhibited by Sara Sullivan. Senior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) TMF Bliss Pride exhibited by John & Barbara Russell.

Three-Four Year Old Cow/Calf Pairs – (2 entries): 1) CYT Revival 4128 ET exhibited by Jacob Raper; 2) WHR LS Demi 4N10 ET exhibited by John & Barbara Russell. ShorthornPlus Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calves – (1 entry): 1) TSW Diamond Dave exhibited by TSW Cattle. Early Spring Bull Calves – (1 entry): 1) 5J Gustus 24E exhibited by 5J Farms. Senior Yearling Bulls – (1 entry): 1) CRC Little Boy Blue 12D exhibited by Cedar Ridge Cattle, Inc. ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) WEIK Darkest Dreams exhibited by Kate Day. 2) Mallory exhibited by Rachel Parker; 3) JVCC Lady Mystic exhibited by Jared Jones. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) Steck Katie C 710E ET

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exhibited by Sara Sullivan; 2) JVCC Red Diamond 701 exhibited by Kadin Worthington; 3) Ms. Laney exhibited by Ashlyn Larman. Junior Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SULL Lady’s Crystal 7009E ET exhibited by Brooklyn Burden; 2) DRCC Miss Emerald Lady exhibited by Larahmy Blakely; 3) DMS Jazzy exhibited by Destiny Scull. Senior Heifer Calves – (5 entries): 1) MB Cowgirls Raven exhibited by Ashlyn Larman; 2) DMR American Angel MIZ exhibited by Maclane May; 3) DMR Augusta Gold exhibited by Madilynn Mallard. Early Spring Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) KOLT Blue The Roo 940 exhibited by Kane Aegerter; 2) SULL Who Dat Righteous exhibited by Wyatt Hancock. =


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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, RSF Simply Desert Rose 3E, Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, RRS JCB Revival PR 7B05, Jacob Raper, Chandler, Okla.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, JCB Rose Mary’s Prestige 7B01, Jennifer Bedwell, Isabella, Okla.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, RSF Killian Max Rose 2E ET, Ryan Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Lane’s Fancy Cumberland 02E, Alexa Lane, Siloam Springs, Ark.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, WHR SAL Cumberland 6N10, Sutton Shires, Sherman, Texas.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, K’s Stargaze 624, Abigail Nunn, Marietta, Okla.

Junior Champion Female, HHF Margie 690 SN ET, Caitlyn Rasor, Van Alstyne, Texas.

Senior Champion Female, SULL Miss America 6073D ET, Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Senior Reserve Champion Female, WHR Proud Mary 6204, Cameron Fallon, Tom Bean, Texas.

Cow/Calf Champion, CYT Revival 4128 ET, Jacob Raper, Chandler, Okla.

Reserve Cow/Calf Champion, WHR LS Demi 4N10 ET, John & Barbara Russell, Houston, Texas.

Pictures not available: Intermediate Champion Female, 3L Miss Holly J 4415, Merideth Behrens, Colbert, Okla. Reserve Junior Champion Female, CYT Max Rosa 6129 ET, Merideth Behrens, Colbert, Okla.

Thank you to the donors and buyers for the 2018 Funding the Future online sale.

All proceeds from the sale go towards the AJSA. We appreciate your support!

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Late Spring Bull Calf Champion, TSW Diamond Dave, TSW Cattle, Marlow, Okla.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, WEIK Darkest Dreams, Kate Day, Ambrose, Ga.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, JVCC Red Diamond 701, Kadin Worthington, El Reno, Okla.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Lady’s Crystal 7009E ET, Brooklyn Burden, El Reno, Okla.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, DRCC Miss Emerald Lady, Larahmy Blakely, Oologah, Okla.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, DMR American Angel MIZ, Maclane May, Granbury, Texas.

Pictures not available: Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Mallory, Rachel Parker, Burneyville, Okla. Senior Heifer Calf Champion, MB Cowgirls Raven, Ashlyn Larman, Orlando, Okla. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, SULL Who Dat Righteous, Wyatt Hancock, Oolagah, Okla.

The Junior Board Application is due April 10, 2018. Visit juniorshorthorn.com for the application. There are 4 available spots for new junior board members. *Three spots are three year terms and one spot is a one year term.*

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a leader for the AJSA!

AJSA SCHOLARSHIPS DEADLINE :: MAY 1, 2018 • AJSA Members can apply for up to 3 scholarships. • Applications MUST be emailed to shelby@shorthorn.org by 11:59 p.m. on May 1st. • There is a new application this year that can be found on juniorshorthorn.com

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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion, Steck Ten Queens C 709, Audrey Fowler, Honey Grove, Texas.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Emory Jean, Cloey Gregg, Whitney, Texas.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion, SULL Crystal’s Cutie 7124E, Jordyn McCurley, Hamshire, Texas.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, WHR HCAT Cecilia D 7304 ET, Jaxson Dillard, Celeste, Texas.

Junior Heifer Calf Champion, CCR Robin 7125 ET, Harley Shelton, Lubbock, Texas.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, Gracies Cali Girl ET, Avery Kinney, Reklaw, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion Female & Senior Heifer Calf Champion, WHR SRVM Cecilia 6928 ET, Kylie Harlan, Sherman, Texas.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion, CCR Tina’s Girl 6N22 ET, Callie Derzapf, Collinsville, Texas.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female, FR Baby Girl 408D, B Creed Evans, Lorenzo, Texas.

Grand Champion Female & Junior Champion Female, SULL Dream Lady 6989D ET, Channing Shields, Idalou, Texas.

Reserve Junior Champion Female, HHF Margie 690 SN ET, Caitlyn Rasor, Van Alstyne, Texas.

Senior Champion Female, WHR Aug Pride 5N11 ET, Cheyenne Whisenant, Buna, Texas.

Reserve Senior Champion Female, MS Chanel Sunny Rose 520, Kelsie Prazac, Sealy, Texas.

Picture not available: Intermediate Champion Female, Steck Cherri C 625 ET, Myka Blissard, Big Spring, Texas.

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= News & Notes

Farewells

Mary Louise Peoples, of Washington Township, Lawrence County, died at VNA Hospice, Butler, on Tuesday morning, Dec. 19, 2017. She was 84 years old. Born in Buffalo, NY., on November 29, 1933, to the late Raymond and Louisa MacMahon Rung. She married Richard C. “Dick” Peoples on Jan. 15, 1955. He died January 11, 2011. Mrs. Peoples was a homemaker and

was of the Catholic faith. She was a longtime Shorthorn Breeder, and former secretary/treasurer of the Pennsylvania Shorthorn Breeders Association. Survivors include three sons, Richard (Jane) Peoples of Grove City, Eric (Linda) Peoples of Grove City, Marc (Susanna Peoples) of Volant; three daughters, Shelia (John) Litzenberg of Volant, Pa., Jeanne Peoples of Westminster, Colo., and Joan (Greg) Rudzik of Waterford,

Mich.; one brother, Richard Rung of Batavia, NY.; 14 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents and wife, she is preceded in death by three brothers, Raymond, Paul and Robert Rung. Memorials may be given to the St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105. =

Junior National Hotel Information Sheraton Madison Hotel (Headquarters) 706 John Nolen Dr., Madison, WI 53713 For reservations call the hotel at (608) 251-2300 and ask for the American Shorthorn Association block. Clarion Suites at The Alliant Energy Center 2110 Rimrock Rd., Madison, WI 53713 For reservations call the hotel at (608) 284-1234 and ask for the American Shorthorn Association block.

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= Sale Reports The Summit National Shorthorn Sale Sale Summary

2 Females...........................$ 63,500.... avg. $ 31,750 4 Bulls................................$ 53,250.... avg. $ 13,313 25 Embryo Pkgs...............$ 59,525.... avg. $ 2,381 51 Semen Pkgs.................$ 39,850.... avg. $ 781 Sale Gross.....................................................$ 216,125

Saturday, January 14, 2018 National Western Stock Show, Denver, Colo. Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Manager: Aegerter Marketing Services Inc. Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC Sears Marketing Services, LLC by: Darryl Rahn

There was standing room only in the Western Club for the 2018 National Sale. On offer were great live individuals as well as a top offering of frozen genetics. There was active bidding in this snappy sale from the seats as well as on the phones and on the internet. All consignors should be commended for presenting this unequaled offering. $35,000 - Lot 1A - Donor Female. SULL Red Rosemary 8085 (clone). What an opportunity here. Offered was buyers choice of clones from two of the leading donors in the Sullivan Farms herd. Clones of 8085 and SULL Rose Mary 636 were offered for the buyers choice. Both of these females

have produced many Champions and top sellers in their productive lives. An opportunity like this does not happen very often. Offered by Sullivan Farms and purchased by Rockn’ G Land and Cattle of Middletown, Ill. $33,000 - Lot 4 - Bull - CSF Long Look HC 706 ET. A rwm, scurred, March 15, 2017 son of Hot Commodity and out of CF Margie 119 SOL X ET. This was an exciting young bull calf that had many admirers in the barn. His overall structure was impeccable to go along with the dimension that all like to see. This will be a leader in the breed in the future. Offered by Cornerstone Farms and purchased by the Long Look Group, a group of twelve progressive breeders. Possession was purchased by Bigelow Farms of O’Neals, Calif. $28,500 - Lot 2 - Bred Female - CF CSF Demi 6100 HC ET. A roan, polled, May 2016 daughter of Hot Commodity and out of WHR LS Demi B931 ET selling bred to WLE Legit for an early 2018 calf. This has been one of the most admired show females for the past two years. She has consistently been a Champion in many shows including the major shows across the land. She is

a donor supreme in waiting. Offered by the Trennepohl Girls and purchased by Cornerstone Farms of Winchester, Ind. $10,000 - Lot 3 - Bull - Leveldale Revive 722E. A rwm, polled, January 31, 2017 son of Leveldale Boardwalk 530C and out of EF Red Nan 243. This was an opportunity to purchase the first son of Boardwalk to sell at public auction. He is an exciting youngster that is powerfully designed, deep ribbed and super sound structured. He will be a leading sire as he is an outcross to most bloodlines in the breed today. Offered by Leveldale Farms and purchased by Craig Schroeder of Columbus, Neb. $7,000 - Lot 5B - Bull - GCF Exchange 702E. A red, polled, January 29, 2017 son of JSF Wall Street 106C ET and out of JSF Lavendar 73K. This was the pick of the pen of three halfbrothers sired by Wall Street that were of the highest quality. The bulls were moderate framed and all structurally correct with a desirable muscle pattern. The 702E bull was the pick of many. Offered by the Greg Crawford Family and purchased by Jungels Shorthorn Farm of Kathryn, N.D., and Paint Valley Farm of Millersburg, Ohio.

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Watertown Winter Farm Show Shorthorn Sale Sale Summary

8 Bulls................................$ 16,800.... avg. $ 2,100 17 Heifers............................................................$ 2,341 6 Plus Heifers......................................................$ 1,883 2 Steers.................................................................$ 1,450

Thursday, February 8, 2018 Watertwon, S.D. by: Jeff Vander Wahl

The Watertown Farm Show Shorthorn Show & Sale was held on February 8th 2018 in Watertown, South Dakota. Eight bulls were sold through the ring for gross sales of $16,800, averaging $2,100. The Farm Show added a ShorthornPlus division last year and 3 Buck Cattle Co., of Vienna S.D., didn’t disappoint with the Champion Plus Bull as Lot 5! This February of 2017 son of JSF Hotwire was admired for his solid red color and calving ease pedigree and wrapped up in an extremely muscular design. Longtime Farm Show buyer, Claire Thomas of Huron, S.D., purchased the top selling bull for $2,400. 82

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Champion Purebred honors were handed to Schrag Shorthorns of Marion, S.D., with Lot 1. This long aged yearling didn’t venture too far from home, as he will be used extensively by Rudy Brockmueller of Freeman S.D. This polled son of Cory’s Gravity bull combined with the power of Swagger and Rose on the maternal side is sure to sire many more great ones in Turner county. It’s always a sign we are doing things the right way when the top seller and Reserve Purebred Bull goes to a repeat customer as well. Randy Eisfeld from Westbrook Minn., took home Lot 2 as another long aged yearling by D&D Metro & the great Royal Treasure cow family. Rumor has it that all great cattle come from the upper Midwest, and Paint Valley Farms from Millersburg, Ohio, found her in Watertown. Lot 23 from Stangl Shorthorns of Java, S.D., was the Champion Purebred Heifer on the day and commanded $5,600. This stretchy,

solid red future donor mamma is sired by the hottest sire in the Midwest. JSF Wallstreet and GCF Maggie teamed up to produce a phenomenal pedigree and breeding piece as well. The Reserve Purebred honors went to Lot 31 from Vander Wal Livestock. This deep red roan beast was admired by numerous junior exhibitors for her big foot, natural rib shape and perfect stride. First year showman, Ty Haskell of Frankfort, S.D., will lead this female through numerous show rings with great pride next summer. The Champion ShorthornPlus Female on the day was Lot 29 from Stangl Shorthorns. This GO ET Set Me Free daughter is out of Blane Osterday’s infamous Hallie Joe cow family. Grady Fjeldheim of Herried, S.D., will set out for his next inaugural show summer in style with this solid red female. The Tony Opdahl Family was the volume buyer of the day with 3 head. =


Durhams In The Dakotas Sale Summary 33 Purebred Bulls.............$ 192,950. avg. $ 24 Plus Bulls......................$ 94,150.... avg. $ 57 Bulls..............................$ 287,100. avg. $ 110 Commercial Bred Heifers..............$ 228,030. avg. $ Sale Gross...............$515,130

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Jungels Shorthorn Farm Kathryn, North Dakota Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Manager: Aegerter Marketing Services Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

To quote Derek, “WHAT. A. DAY.” A cool, clear day brought the largest crowd of buyers to this sale since the sale was moved to the farm. As usual, the set of herd bulls in this selection were of the highest quality with emphasis on calving ease and confirmation. During the auction, the bidding was very active from those in attendance as well as on the phones and on the internet. The sire groups were all well accepted. An added feature was the offering of a large group of commercial bred heifers bred to Shorthorn bulls. The bidding was fast and furious when this group was started. Congratulations to Derek and his crew for another excellent presentation. $35,000 - Lot 13 - Purebred Bull - JSF Skyfall 135E. A roan, polled, March 15, 2017 son of JDMC Big Sky 15X and out of JSF Adelaide 126Y. The group of Big

Sky sons were very well accepted as well they deserved to be. This sale topper was extremely deep sided with the muscle pattern and sound structure to make him a great sire. The great Adelaide line on his dam’s side make him a leader. Byland Polled Shorthorns of Loudonville, Ohio, purchased possession as well as the semen rights in the US and Canada. Australian semen rights were purchased by Futurity Shorthorns and Nabianic Shorthorns. Members of the Skyfall Syndicate are, Johnson Family Shorthorns, Neb.; Turner Shorthorns, Ohio; Greg Crawford Family, Neb.; Schweigert Shorthorns, N.D.; GSKI Shorthorns, Colo.; Kromland Farms, Ind.; Goldenview Shorthorns, AB; Joel Rehm Family, Minn.; MK Shorthorns, Mo. $17,500 - Lot 23 - Purebred Bull - JSF Josie Wales 126E. A roan, polled, March 19, 2017 son of Saskvalley Outlaw 173Z and out of Leveldale Blossom 112Y. This bull was extremely popular with many at the sale. His great confirmation and style set him apart. His overall length and extension went along with correct structure of bone and leg. He will definitely be a great one. Purchased by Bline Family Farms of Mechanicsburg, Ohio and Kane Aegerter, Seward, Neb. $8,000 - Lot 2 - Purebred Bull - JSF Next In Line 273D. A red, polled, April 2016 son of JSF Marquis 127X and out of DSF Meg 38W. This top bull was a headliner in the

stout group of two year old bulls in this sale. A double bred Marquis 86G, this one has the bloodline to be a leader in production for many years. Purchased by Stangl Shorthorns of Java, S.D. $8,000 - Lot 57 - ShorthornPlus Bull JSF Chrome 5E. A white, polled, February 10, 2017 son of Jake’s Reincarnation 228Y and out of JSF Blue Belle 237C. A really well made youngster that has the thickness and overall style to produce the right type whether mated to Shorthorns or black cows to produce those sought after Blue Roans. Purchased by Duffy Froemke of Lisbon, N.D. $8,000 - Lot 11 - Purebred Bull - JSF Talking Point 90E. A roan, polled, March 8, 2017 son of JDMC Big Sky 15X and out of JSF Melita Rosewood 164A. This bull is really a chunk of meat and muscle. Deep sided with the strong skeletal structure to make him one that will cover the ground and get the job done. Purchased by Goldenview Shorthorns of Smoky Lake, Alberta Can. Females: $2,400 X 10 head - Lots 155-164 - This was a set of 10 black commercial bred heifers that were very even in type and kind. All sold bred to Jake’s Reincarnation for Spring 2018 calves. It will be fun to see the results of these matings. Purchased by Paint Valley Farms of Millersburg, Ohio. =

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= Junior Corner New Contests and Updates for the 2018 National Junior Shorthorn Show Hopefully everyone is having a successful 2018 so far! The junior board has so far with preparing for the 2018 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference. At our winter meeting, we made some exciting changes for the NJSS. We decided to change our senior showmanship division up a bit. The judges are going to select our top 10 senior individuals as normal, but after we have finished the entire showmanship contest the top 10 are going to be brought back to compete in a fitting contest and final showmanship round. The judges will then select the champion senior showman and the rest of the

top ten will be announced at the awards ceremony. We will also be reinstating our cattlemen’s written test. If anyone remembers the last time we hosted that contest it was a blast for everyone involved. This quiz will comprised of questions that are for all ages but with each division there will be some questions that are more difficult. It is for individual participation to showcase exhibitor’s knowledge of the beef industry and Shorthorn breed. This year in Madison, we will be hosting a 5K run/walk for everyone who wants to participate. We feel this will allow for a family event that can be fun

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and easy to do. Look for more information on this as the time gets closer! The junior board would also like to thank everyone who donated or bought items in the Funding the Future online fundraiser we had on February 20. All of the support from the incredible Shorthorn breeders makes the NJSS possible and we couldn’t do it without all of you! We truly appreciate all each of you do for us. Hopefully everyone continues to have a successful 2018 and make it the best year yet. I hope to see all of you at Junior Nationals this summer in Madison, Wisconsin! =

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

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= Tartan Plaid Get to Know the Lassie Queens Name? Callie Prochaska Title? National Shorthorn Lassie Queen State? Stillwater, Oklahoma School, grade? Oklahoma State University, Sophomore What is one thing that you would put on your bucket list? My absolute dream is to go on a glider plane! What is your favorite summer activity? Kayaking or spending the day at the lake. Are you a morning or a night person? Definitely a night person! Mornings aren’t good to me. What is your favorite quote? “To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.” - Steve Prefontaine What would you do with 15 minute of

fame? If I had 15 minutes of fame, I would go on the Ellen show. Ellen is such a hilarious individual and I just think we would get along great! Describe yourself in 3 words? Friendly, headstrong, and talkative What’s your dream job? To work in the United States Agriculture Department in Washington D.C. Favorite food? Medium rare steak. I could eat it everyday for the rest of my life. What is your favorite hobby? Coloring or painting. I’m not very good, but it is fun! My favorite place is? Anywhere I am surrounded by my family. Favorite movie? The Notebook. Such a classic. I have watched it over 200 times and cry worse

every time. If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? If I could travel anywhere I would love to go to England. It is so beautiful! The most important thing in my life is? My faith. Wouldn’t be where I am at without the man upstairs. I can’t stand? I absolutely CAN’T stand when professors don’t round 89.999 to an A!!!!! I’m afraid of? I am terrified of mascots! I can’t trust them because I can’t see their eyes! What are you most looking forward to this year? I am looking forward to meeting new breeders and individuals in the shorthorn industry. Getting to travel and promote this wonderful breed is something that I am so proud of! =

Name? Hannah Olsen Title? Alternate National Shorthorn Lassie Queen State? Wisconsin School, grade? University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Junior, majoring in Agriculture Education with a minor in Animal Science What is one thing that you would put on your bucket list? Visiting all the National Parks in the US. What is your favorite summer activity? Enjoying the weather however I can, whether it is gardening, working with my cattle or swimming, anything you can do in flip flops!

Are you a morning or a night person? Morning person, cattle eat before I do. What is your favorite quote? “You never know what you can do till you try” – William Cobbett What would you do with 15 minute of fame? I would thank everyone who has helped me grow into the person I am today. Describe yourself in 3 words? Hardworking, passionate and organized What’s your dream job? Livestock show photographer! Favorite food? Strawberries What is your favorite hobby? Working with and showing beef cattle. My favorite place is? My family farm surrounded by all of our

animals. Favorite movie? Ice Age –Dawn of the Dinosaurs, I LOVED dinosaurs when I was little. If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? Scotland The most important thing in my life is? My cats and my family and friends. I can’t stand? People that whine and gossip. I’m afraid of? Spiders, I hate them! What are you most looking forward to this year? I am really looking forward to meeting, speaking and making connections with Shorthorn breeders and industry professionals. =

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2018 International Year Code: F

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ASA Point Show System for 2018-2019 Region 1: Northeast

Region 4: South Central

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, West Virginia, Virginia

Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana

Region 1: Northeast Regional Shows

Super Regional...Ohio State Fair Regional …….… Maryland Eastern Regional Regional ………. Indiana State Fair

Region 2: Southeast

Region 4: South Central Regional Shows

Super Regional……….. Tulsa State Fair Regional ………………. Kansas State Fair Regional …………….… Tri-State Fair

Region 5: West Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California

Point Distributions: Regional Shows st

1 : 5 points nd 2 : 4 points rd 3 : 3 points th 4 : 2 points th 5 : 1 point Division Champion: Reserve Division Champion: Grand Champion: Reserve Grand Champion:

4 points 2 points 7 points 5 points

Super Regional Shows

Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi

Region 5: West Regional Shows

Region 2: Southeast Regional Shows

Super Regional............TBD Regional ……Tennessee State Fair Regional ………………TBD

Super Regional….. California State Fair Regional ……….… Washington State Fair Regional …………. Western Idaho State Fair

5 - National Shows Region 3: North Central North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska Region 3: North Central Regional Shows

Super Regional…….Minnesota State Fair Regional ………….. Iowa State Fair Regional ……….…. Illinois State Fair

North American International Livestock Exposition, Louisville, KY National Western Stock Show, Denver, CO Keystone International Livestock Exposition, Harrisburg, PA American Royal Livestock Show, Kansas City, MO Fort Worth Stock Show, Fort Worth, TX

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5 points 3 points 9 points 7 points

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1 : 8 points nd 2 : 7 points rd 3 : 6 points th 4 : 5 points th 5 : 4 points Division Champion: Reserve Division Champion: Grand Champion: Reserve Grand Champion:

*TBD: We have not received official acceptance from a show.

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= Sales Calendar Mar. 3 - Kentucky Beef Expo Sale, Louisville, Ky.

Mar. 17 - Waukaru Farms, The Gathering Bull Sale, Rensselaer, Ind.

Mar. 3 - Loving Farms, Predictable Genetics Proven Performance Sale, Pawnee Rock, Kan.

Mar. 18 - Sullivan Farms, Multi Breed Fall and Spring Born Heifer Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa.

Mar. 4 - Cagwin Farms, Bold Future Online Sale, Virginia, Ill., hosted on showstock.com

Mar. 19 - Norman/Ripberger Online Fall Show Heifer Sale, Sidell, Ill., hosted on showstock.com.

Mar. 3-4 - Leveldale Farms, Headquarters for Herd Bulls Open House, Mason City, Ill.

Mar. 19 - Sullivan Farms Multi Breed Bull and Bred Heifer Sale,, Dunlap, Iowa.

Mar. 4 - Minnesota Shorthorn Sale, Simon Arena, Cannon Falls, Minn.

Mar. 20 - Sullivan Farms Online Semen and Embryo Sale, Dunlap, Iowa.

Mar. 5 - Leveldale Farms, Private Treaty Bull Sale, Mason City, Ill.

Mar. 20 - Schrag 605 Spring Forward Online Sale, Marion South Dakota hosted on showstock.com.

Mar. 8 - Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns “New Brand” Online Bull Sale, Millersburg, Ohio, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 10 - Tennessee Agribition Sale, Lebanan, Tenn. Mar. 10 - Missouri State Shorthorn Sale, State Fairgrounds, Sedalia, Mo. Mar. 13-14 - Cates Farms, Modoc Madness Online Sale, Modoc, Ind., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 14-15 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, Neb., hosted on showstock.com Mar. 17 - Ohio Beef Expo Sale, Columbus, Ohio. Mar. 17 - Ozark Shorthorn Association Classic Sale XX, Springfield, Mo.

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Mar. 25 - WHR Shorthorns, Lone Star Edition XX Sale, Van Alstyne, Texas. Mar. 27 - Moore Shorthorns, Online Fall Born Heifer Sale, Jerseyville, Ill., hosted on cwcattlesales.com Apr. 5 - Who’s Your Daddy 15th Annual Bull Sale, Saskatoon Livestock Sales, Saskatoon, SK. Can. www.dlms.ca Apr. 7 - Oklahoma Sooner Shorthorn Sale, Duncan, Okla. Apr. 10 - Texas State Shorthorn Sale, hosted on showstock.com Apr. 15 - Little Cedar Cattle Co., Springtime Revival, Meeker, Okla.

Highlights/Reporting NWSS/FWSS/Pasture Management & Feed Quality AI and Technology Focus Regional & National Show Winners/Junior Focus

^ Advertising

Spring Sale Ads • Semen Sales • ET Sales

July

Herd Reference Issue

Mar. 3 - Kentucky Beef Expo Sale, Louisville, KY. Mar. 4 - Cagwin Farms, Bold Future Online Sale, Virginia, IL, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 8 - Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns “New Brand” Online Bull Sale, Millersburg, OH hosted on showstock.com Mar. 13-14 - Cates Farms, Modoc Madness Online Sale, Modoc, IN, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 14-15 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, NE, hosted on showstock.com Mar. 18 - Sullivan Farms, Multi Breed Fall and Spring Born Heifer Online Sale, Dunlap, IA Mar. 19 - Norman/Ripberger Online Fall Show Heifer Sale, Sidell, IL hosted on showstock.com. Mar. 19 - Sullivan Farms, Multi Breed Bull and Bred Heifer Sale, Dunlap, IA Mar. 20 - Sullivan Farms Online Semen and Embryo Sale, Dunlap, IA Mar. 20 - Schrag 605 Spring Forward Online Sale, Marion South Dakota hosted on showstock.com. Mar. 25 - WHR Shorthorns, Lone Star Edition XX Sale, Van Alstyne, TX. Apr. 10 - Texas State Shorthorn Sale, hosted on showstock.com.

Upcoming Issue Focus

Issue March April May/June

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Sale Mangement • Online Sales • Private Treaty Sales

Apr. 15 - Little Cedar Cattle Co., Springtime Revival, Meeker, OK.

Online sales with a personal touch.

Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. Jeff K. & Darla Aegerter 402.641.4696 jeff.aegerter@gmail.com www.aegertermarketing.com

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= Ad Index AAA Shorthorns............................................ 85 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc................... 65 Bartels Bros................................................... 85 Bennett Land & Cattle.................................. 85 Berg Shorthorns............................................ 85 Bigelow Farms............................................... 85 Bowman Superior Genetics........................... 85 Brandywine Farms Cattle Co......................... 14 Bridle Path Ranch......................................... 85 Brooks, Bruce................................................ 61 Bye Well Shorthorns...................................... 85 Byland Polled Shorthorns........................ 68, 85 Cagwin Farms............................................... 15 Cairns Shorthorns......................................... 85 Cates Farms........................................10-11, 85 Cattle Visions.......................................... 21, 61 Cornerstone Farms.............................16-17, 85 Country K Shorthorn.................................... 85 Courville Cattle Co....................................... 19 Crawfdown Farms......................................... 27 Dedmon Shorthorns..................................... 85 DJS Shorthorns............................................. 85 Double C Shorthorns.................................... 85 DP Online Sales............................................ 91 DTR Cattle Co............................................. 85 Duis Farms.................................................... 85 Fischer Cattle Company................................ 87 Greenhorn Cattle Co., LLC.................. 5, 9, 87 Gunderson Shorthorn Farm.......................... 81 Haumont Shorthorns.................................... 87

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Hill Farm...................................................... 34 Homeplace Farms.......................................... 87 Hub Ranch Shorthorns................................. 87 Humble Stock Farm...................................... 87 Inness Shorthorns.......................................... 87 Iroquoian Shorthorns.................................... 87 James F. Bessler, Inc....................................... 61 Jungels Shorthorn Farm..............................IFC Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm........................... 87 Keystone Shorthorns, Mooney...................... 87 Keystone Shorthorns, Hilger......................... 87 KW Cattle Co............................................... 48 Leemon Stock Farm...................................... 71 Leveldale Farms............................................. 87 Little Cedar Cattle Co............................. 13, 87 Masonic Village............................................. 87 McKee Family Shorthorns............................. 87 Meyer Family Shorthorns.............................. 87 Meyer Farms................................................. 87 Moore Shorthorns......................................... 66 New River Cattle........................................... 88 Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust............. 88 Norman Farms.............................................. 88 Ohio Beef Expo............................................. 70 Oklahoma Sooner Centennial Shorthorn Sale.83 Oler Farm..................................................... 88 Ozark Shorthorn Association........................ 84 Paint Valley Farms......................................... 69 Phildon Farms............................................... 88 Prospect Hill Shorthorns............................... 88

Richardson Farms.................................... 80, 88 Ripberger Farms.............................................. 7 Robjoy Shorthorns........................................ 88 ROBSTEN SHORTHORNS....................... 80 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle.............................. 88 Rocky Branch Shorthorns............................. 88 Schrag Shorthorn Farms............................ 3, 88 Sears Marketing Services, LLC...................... 89 SharBen Shorthorns...................................... 88 Simon Farms................................................. 88 Singing H Shorthorns................................... 88 Smoky Mountain Farm................................. 88 Springtime Revival Sale.............................. IBC Stangl Shorthorns.......................................... 88 Stone Springs Shorthorns.............................. 88 Strode Family Shorhtorns.............................. 88 Sullivan Farms........................................89, BC Sullivan Supply............................................. 89 Sutherland Shorthorns.................................. 89 Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns............................ 89 Texas Shorthorn Association.......................... 81 Top Notch Stock Farm.................................. 89 Turner Family Shorthorns............................. 89 Tynywtra’s..................................................... 89 Warner Ranch............................................... 89 Waukaru Shorthorns..................................... 89 Wendt, Kevin................................................ 89 Who’s Your Daddy........................................ 92 Wilson Livestock Agency............................... 89


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2018 March Shorthorn Country