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november 2020

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.



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november 2020

Contents

november 2020 issue 10 • volume 47

The November cover photo was taken by Jeff Meyer with Grant Company.

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Features

Doing your WHR Assessment Online............................................ 13 Shorthorn Youth Development Fund............................................. 17 ASA Annual Meeting Schedule and Agenda................................. 20 ASA Elected Delegates.................................................................22-23 ASA Performance Award Winners............................................25-29

Show Results

Kansas State Fair-Open Show.......................................................... 30 Illinois Department of Ag Jr. Livestock Expo................................ 31

Sale Reports

R-C Show Cattle “Early Bird” Online Sale..................................... 32 Eyes on the Midwest.......................................................................... 32 The Great Shorthorn Revival........................................................... 33 Fall Harvest Shorthorn Production Sale......................................... 33 Where Great Females Make a Difference....................................... 34 Share the Vision Production Sale.................................................... 34

Departments Update..................................................................................6 Association Outlook..........................................................8 Beef Business.....................................................................10 Since You Asked................................................................12 What You Need to Know.................................................14 Beef Blurb..........................................................................16 Junior Corner....................................................................24 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................36 News & Notes....................................................................38 Sales Calendar...................................................................41 Ad Index............................................................................42 4

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Online Sale Packages & Sale Catalogs

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ASA Dates of Note

Shorthorn Update American Shorthorn Association 7607 NW Prairie View Rd. Kansas City, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 • FAX: 816-599-7782 www.shorthorn.org Montie D. Soules, asa executive secretary/CEO montie@shorthorn.org Matt Woolfolk, director of performance programs, performance data & commercial acceptance • matt@shorthorn.org Heather Lange, director of customer service, registrations & DNA • heather@shorthorn.org Shelby Diehm, director of youth activities, marketing & communications • shelby@shorthorn.org Emily Velisek, director of events, show & membership activities • emilyv@shorthorn.org Accounting • accountmgr@shorthorn.org

ASA Board of Directors Nancy Grathwohl Heter, president 785-587-7947 Hugh Mooney, vice president 916-319-0488 Dave Greenhorn, executive director 937-470-6552 Joe Bales, 615-330-2342 John Sonderman, 402-641-0936 Toby Jordan, 219-819-4603 Jerrell Crow, 580-585-2522 Lee Miller, 330-231-6834 John Russell, 832-588-8604 Shorthorn Foundation Bill Rasor, president American Junior Shorthorn Association Lexi Wetzel, president National Shorthorn Lassies Sommer Smith, president

North American Schedule (NAILE) - 2020 Thursday, Nov. 12 12 noon Cattle may arrive Friday, Nov. 13 9 a.m. - 12 noon Check-In: Open & Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus females and bulls Saturday, Nov. 14 TBD Junior ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Broadbent Arena

Sunday, Nov. 15 8:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn Heifer Show - Freedom Hall Monday, Nov. 16 8:00 a.m. Jack C. Ragsdale National ShorthornPlus Show - Freedom Hall followed by Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show - Freedom Hall Cattle released at conclusion of show.

No Deck the Stalls Junior Fundraiser at the NAILE this year. It will be held Dec. 4 at the ASA Office in conjunction with the Annual Meeting Shorthorn Social. Live bidding will also be available on CCi.LIVE.

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

Tentative Schedule of Events Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Friday, January 8, 2021 8:00 a.m. National Shorthorn 10:00 a.m. Arriving and Stalling Female & Bull Show Sunday, January 10, 2021 8:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show Monday, January 11, 2021 1:00 p.m. Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show followed by National ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Visit Female Show cattlemenscongress.com 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National for updates and premium book. Shorthorn Sale

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November Nov. 1 Inventories mailed for 2021 WHR Assessments Nov. 14 NAILE - Jr. ShorthornPlus Show Nov. 15 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet Registration Deadline Nov. 15 NAILE - Jr. Shorthorn Show Nov. 16 NAILE - National ShorthornPlus Show followed by National Shorthorn Show Nov. 19 National Lassie Annual Meeting - hosted on Zoom Nov. 20 Cattlemen’s Congress Entry Deadline Nov. 26-27 ASA Office Closed - Thanksgiving and day after December Dec. 1 Cattlemen’s Congress Junior Breeding Heifer Ownership Deadline Dec. 4 Shorthorn Social at the ASA Office Dec. 4 Junior Fundraiser - Deck the Stalls Extravaganza at the Office Dec. 5 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet - Kansas City, MO Dec. 10 Cattlemen’s Congress Late Entry Deadline Dec. 24-Jan.1 ASA Office Closed January 2021 Jan. 1 2021 ASA Membership is due Jan. 9 Deadline for early discount for 2021 WHR assessment fees ($16) Jan. 10 Cattlemen’s Congress Pen Show Jan. 11 Cattlemen’s Congress Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show Jan. 11 Cattlemen’s Congress National ShorthornPlus Bull & Female Show Jan. 11 “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress Jan. 12 Cattlemen’s Congress National Shorthorn Bull & Female Show

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

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2020 NAILE Judges Open Shorthorn Show: Jason Elmore Open ShorthornPlus Show: Phil Johnson Junior Shorthorn Show: Parker Henley Junior ShorthornPlus Show: Garrett Lampe

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

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

2020 International Year Code: H


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Association Outlook

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

Coping with Covid-19

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lot of changes have taken place around the industry in the past month. Some events have been canceled while others are taking place with several restrictions. This list is growing all the time and we need to stay prepared for additional changes. The North American International Livestock Exhibition (NAILE) is still planning to take place, but with restrictions due to Covid-19. No spectators will be allowed at the show. Only those who have a barn badge (obtained by submitting entries) will be allowed in the building – a privilege we all take for granted. The major Deck the Stalls fundraiser benefiting the National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference and AJSA which normally takes place on Saturday at the NAILE has been postponed. This year the Foundation Heifer, donated by Martindell Farms LLC, will sell in the “Where Future Generations are Created” Sale during Louisville on Sunday night Nov. 15 at the Hilton Garden Inn. We will also have an auction sale with the normal items offered at the Leading a Legacy and Deck the Stalls at the ASA Office open house reception on Dec. 4, 2020 around 6 pm. This will be in conjunction with the ASA Annual Meeting activities. This sale will also be presented online at www. CCi.live so everyone can participate in this important event for the sponsorship of our Junior National. ASA members should have received a letter explaining the Red White & Roan Club along with a self-addressed stamped envelope for pledges to the Junior National and junior activities. Please review the letter and send in your pledges; we accept credit cards, checks or donations can be billed through the Digital Beef registry on a monthly or quarterly basis. Your assistance is greatly needed to ensure our Junior National is one of the best. 8

The shows have been hit with different regulations for each state. I’m sure you are aware that the 2021 National Western Stock Show in Denver was canceled. As a testament to the resourcefulness of our industry, a group of industry leaders teamed up and formed the Cattlemen’s Congress show to be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in January as a replacement for the NWSS. Most other breeds have committed to this event to be their national show that would normally be held in Denver. The ASA has also committed to the Cattlemen’s Congress as the National Shorthorn Show and will award points towards the Show Heifer and Bull of the Year. We will be holding all the same events at the Cattlemen’s Congress as in Denver, including the Yards Show and the Summit National Shorthorn Sale. I have just received notice that the Fort Worth Stock Show is canceled as well. I am doing a re-write here at the last minute before the magazine goes to press. With the cancellation of Fort Worth, the Cattlemen’s Congress is sure to be the biggest and best show event of the year. Many breeds will be moving their major shows to Oklahoma making the Cattlemen’s Congress the largest cattle show of the season too. I personally urge everyone to attend this event as it may be our largest National Show of the 20202021 show season. The accommodations will be simple and easy - we have hotel blocks reserved at a very fair price and less than two (2) miles from the fairgrounds. The Oklahoma City airport is only three (3) miles from the show grounds. No passes or parking permits will be needed. Just show up and enjoy the comradery of fellow Shorthorn breeders and see some outstanding cattle. This event is destined to be the leading event in this year’s show season. It will be run by professionals whose expertise will make it impressive.

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I hope to see everyone there. We launched the Shorthorn Beef Locally Raised program in October and there are more breeders participating all the time. Please look into this - it could be for you. The Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet is Dec. 4 and 5 at the Hilton K.C. Airport in Kansas City. On Friday the 4th, we will host everyone at the ASA Office with a social and heavy hors d’oeuvres. The party begins at 5:00 pm and at 6:00 we will host Deck the Stalls Extravaganza at the Office fundraiser sale for the Junior National and AJSA. The Hilton Airport Hotel will provide shuttle service to and from the ASA Office for this event on Friday evening. Then on Saturday, Dec. 5th our “Building Your Brand” Educational Forum will be held at the Hilton at 8:00am featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Tom Field from the University of Nebraska, discussing and sharing ideas and opportunities to market your products. The Annual Meeting will be that afternoon followed by a social and then the Awards Banquet where the Merit Award, Heritage Award and Builder of the Breed is announced. Registration and hotel reservations can be made online at shorthorn.org. The deadline for registration is November 20 with the hotel reservation cutoff date of November 12. The Hilton has indicated that masks will be required in the hallways and public areas. The private rooms where the activities are held, masks will not be required. The rooms will be set up for social distancing. Please understand during these trying times we must adhere to some restrictions and maintain a safe environment. By doing this we can still have our events and enjoy the fellowship of the Shorthorn Family! =


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Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

ASA FAQs With the ASA Annual Meeting coming up in about a month, we are gearing our brains for the biggest educational event we host for membership. I hope that a lot of you are making plans to join us in KC on December 5 for this event. With a theme of “Building Your Brand”, there will be plenty of information to be gathered on marketing, promotion, and improving your operation’s footprint in the marketplace. There are also plans for some virtual educational programming in the works, to make up for some lost time on the Annual Meeting schedule. I decided to get into education mode a month early with this article. I will briefly address several topics. Some are tidbits of information you might not have known about, while others are answers to frequently asked questions. There is a bit of variety to the topics of discussion in this article. 1. The term “free by pedigree” is somewhat of a misnomer. If both parents are tested free of a genetic condition, I might be more comfortable with saying an animal is likely to be free as well. But we are working with nature, and in nature genes are always capable of a mutation. While the possibility of this happening is miniscule, it is possible. Describing an animal as “free by pedigree” because there are no tested carriers on the pedigree is not necessarily an accurate representation of that animal. 2. Having a WW EPD of a certain value does not equate to calves that will weigh a certain amount at weaning. We are supposed to use EPDs as a tool to compare genetic differences in two sires’ progeny, not use them as a predictor of an actual weight calves can achieve. There are too many factors that affect weights of a calf to be able to have an EPD as an actual weight predictor. Put ten genetically identical calves on ten 10

farms in ten states, and you will get back ten different actual weaning weights due to differences in environment, feeding programs, and management. 3. As a comparison tool, contemporary groups are very important to our genetic evaluation. I know that I preach the value of turning in the data from your herd, and that the actual measurements get emphasized. Actual measurements and data points are very important, but they are more important for what they give us when submitted in proper contemporary groups. As discussed in Point #2, EPDs are a comparative tool. Contemporary groups are where we make comparisons between individual performance and then use those differences to fuel movement in EPD calculation. While you may turn in a set of monster weaning weights, there will still be some calves whose WW EPD will be negatively impacted because it ranks below the group average. It’s important to remember that EPDs are a statistical calculation. The computer system doesn’t know a calf is the best-looking animal you ever raised, or that his mother is a 14-year old legend in your herd. It only knows what the data tells it and calculates from there. 4. Trying to determine parentage based off genotyped grandparents is not an accurate endeavor. If you have a calf whose sire does not have DNA on file, but his paternal grandsire does, there’s still a lot of missing pieces in the DNA marker puzzle. Simplified genetics teaches us that any mammal gets half of its genetic material from Mom and the other half from Dad. We can test for parentage when the parent is genotyped because we know that half of the puzzle. If we take it a step further, Mom and Dad both get half their genetic material from their parents (the grandsires and

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granddams in this instance). If we try to test a calf to its grandsire, that calf usually shares about 25% of its DNA with that grandsire. Even then, we’re still missing half the DNA puzzle to match to that we would have testing to the actual sire. 5. DNA testing for twins should be done on hair cards. Because twins share blood while they are still in utero, this causes complications later on when trying to do a DNA test with blood or TSU samples. The samples come back inconclusive or contaminated more often via these methods, but are generally avoided by using a hair sample. 6. You can find a listing of tested homozygous polled animals in Digital Beef, as well as the other genetic conditions. If you go down the Digital Beef page on the left-hand side (the gray bar) below the menu with the red and green buttons, you will find a link that says “Genetic Conditions”. Clicking that will take you to a page with tabs for each of the genetic conditions that ASA tests for. Results of animals tested can be found by clicking on those tabs. The lists are available for males or females, so make sure you’re looking at the right list if you can’t find the bull you were looking for on the female list! I hope you all have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving. It’s nice to have a reason to slow down and enjoy family and friends after a week at the North American and before Annual Meeting the first weekend of December. May you be surrounded by those that matter the most to you at your table, and I hope that you find time to make beef the main course for a meal or two once you’re tired of turkey! =


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Since You Asked...

Heather director of customer service, Lange registrations & DNA

Why are Annual WHR Assessments a Requirement for WHR Breeders? It’s that time of year again. The leaves are starting to change, there is a chill in the air, and WHR assessments should be on everyone’s to-do list! When November hits, I like to do a little refresher on how to get these done- and if you’re a firsttimer, welcome! Assessments are easy to complete and make registrations and transfers throughout the year a breeze. Before we get into the how-to, let’s go over the “why”. Assessments are a requirement of any WHR breeder to complete to register a calf in the current year. Assessments are only done on the females in the herd- not the males. Basically, it is a tool to clean up your inventory. Whatever is left active gets paid for, and that payment covers the cost of that female’s calf from the year to be registered and transferred. There are a few things to remember when assessing: • Virgin heifers are exempt. You only need to pay for a female’s assessment for the year that she will be calving for the first time (and then every year after that, that she remains active). If you have virgin heifers on your list, give them a

code 51. • Any females listed in your herd that are not registered Shorthorn (or Shorthorn Plus) are exempt if they are not bred Shorthorn for the year. Examples of these cows would be foundation cows (FN), or any cows that have been enrolled from any other breed. You can give these cows a code 50 to hold them over until next year’s assessment. • Donor cows who are gone, but you still have eggs on. Give these females a code 52, as they are exempt as well. Now, the other side of that coin is if you have a donor that is still around. If she is still active and can have natural calves, leave her as active and pay her assessment. • Partnership cows only need to be paid for once. They will show up in all owners’ assessments until one party pays for her. • Assessed cows receive one free registration of her calf from the same calendar year as long as said calf is registered before it turns one year of age, and one free transfer of said calf as long as the transfer is completed within 60 days from the date of sale.

• ET calves will always result in a registration fee, but they are cheaper to register when the recipient dam is assessed. This means you have the option to put any commercial cows in as foundation cows and assess them like you would your Shorthorn females. Resulting ET calves cost $20 to register and also get a free transfer. (Note: these foundation cows can then be marked ‘exempt’ in following years’ assessments, as noted in the first bullet point) If you do not assess the recipient dam, the ET calf will cost $40 to register and $20 to transfer (when registered under 12 months of age, transferred within 60 days from date of sale). Take a look at the next page for instructions on completing your 2021 WHR Assessments through the Digital Beef site. As always, please contact the ASA office if you have any questions. =

2021 WHR ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE

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If 2021 assessment is paid between these dates

Pay this amount per head

November 1, 2020 - January 9, 2021

$16

January 10, 2021 - February 28, 2021

$20

March 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021

$25

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Doing Your WHR Assessment Online

Follow these instructions to complete your 2021 WHR Assessments through the Digital Beef site.

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1) Go to shorthorn.org and select the Click Here To Login link - use your member number and password to log into the registry. 2) On the left menu click Herd Mgmt, followed by Inventory. 3) On this page click the Assessment Age tab in the upper middle area of the screen. 4) If the list is current and no changes need to be made, click Mark My Assessments as Complete in the upper right-hand corner. 5) If you need to dispose of any animals, click the dispose/exempt link to the right, choose a disposal code from the dropdown box, and click save. a. If you are keeping the animal in your herd, don’t click the dispose/exempt link this will leave the animal active. b. Once you have gone through your list, click Mark My Assessments as Complete, which is located in the upper right-hand corner.

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6) Do not leave this page. Once the assessment is complete you will be redirected to your General Profile Page where your balance due will be displayed. You can pay your balance by clicking on the red Pay Online Now button. **If you have not yet completed your 2020 WHR assessment, please call the office for assistance. =

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What YouNeed to Know

Emily director of events, show Velisek & membership activities

Go Paperless! Did you know that you have the option to go paperless? If you are wanting to change what you get sent in the mail and what you get sent only through email you can. You will log into your account and go to your General Profile Information in order to change these preferences. Once you are on your profile you will go to the tab labeled “Prefs” and from there you have options on if you want registrations printed out or if you would like billing emailed to you. So, make sure you go check out your “Prefs” tab and decide what you want to make paperless! =

NAILE STALLING REQUESTS Send ALL Stalling Requests to Emily at emilyv@shorthorn.org by November 1st!

2020 NAILE Judges Open Shorthorn Show: Jason Elmore Open ShorthornPlus Show: Phil Johnson Junior Shorthorn Show: Parker Henley Junior ShorthornPlus Show: Garrett Lampe

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North American Schedule (NAILE) - 2020 Thursday, Nov. 12 12 noon Cattle may arrive Friday, Nov. 13 9 a.m. - 12 noon Check-In: Open & Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus females and bulls Saturday, Nov. 14 TBD Junior ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Broadbent Arena Sunday, Nov. 15 8:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn Heifer Show - Freedom Hall Monday, Nov. 16 8:00 a.m. Jack C. Ragsdale National ShorthornPlus Show - Freedom Hall followed by Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show - Freedom Hall In both shows, bulls will be shown first, followed by females. Cattle released at conclusion of show. Stalling Requests: Send ALL stalling requests to Emily by Nov. 1- emilyv@shorthorn.org No Deck the Stalls Junior Fundraiser at the NAILE this year. It will be held Dec. 4 at the ASA Office in conjunction with the Annual Meeting Shorthorn Social. Live bidding will also be available on CCi.LIVE.

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Beef Blurb

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

Thankful Time of Year When I was younger, my parents always told me that as I got older, time would move faster. I didn’t believe them at the time but I do now. By the time you are reading this it will be November and it seems like yesterday we were navigating the start of COVID. Fall is my favorite season and November is one of my favorite parts. The major show season has just begun and we have chilly fall weather. Plus, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! All the delicious food and gathering with family makes it special. My brother, Koby, is a chef and makes the best turkey I have ever eaten. My mom, brother and I make our Thanksgiving dinner for our entire family. And it is one of the few times I get to be in Texas with my family. I am looking forward to this year even more than usual. Even though 2020 has been strange, there is so much to be thankful for this year. We had an amazing National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference

in Abilene, Texas. I am so grateful for everyone that contributed by donating, volunteering or participating. I have an incredible job that I truly love and look forward to each day. My husband, Seth and I celebrated our first wedding anniversary in September in Colorado for a short vacation. I am thankful for all the members of the ASA and AJSA, I enjoy talking to each of you. There are so many things to be thankful for and I could never list them all. One important item to appreciate is all the support we have received for the junior program. We have a great group of junior board members and AJSA members who are passionate about the Shorthorn breed. This year, we have started a new fundraising program, the Shorthorn Youth Development Fund, and we already have many breeders supporting this program. Many breeders have donated lots in their live and online sales to ‘pay it forward.’ Those breeders will become part of the Shorthorn Royal

Society for their contribution. We have sent out letters to our membership encouraging them to donate to the Foundation Heifer and become part of the Shorthorn Red, White and Roan Club. After this year, we will transition from Foundation Heifer donations to annual pledges. The junior members are the future of the breed and supporting them ensures that future. We are thankful for these junior members and their potential to be the breeders of tomorrow. Your commitment to the breed and the juniors help make it a success. Due to restrictions at the North American International Livestock Exposition, we are unable to host Deck the Stalls. We will host this fundraiser on CCI.Live during the Annual Meeting social on December 4 at the ASA office. Be sure to look for more information on this fall fundraiser. We will begin sharing auction items on social media soon! =

Upcoming Fundraiser Announcement!! Due to restrictions at NAILE, we have to postpone our Deck the Stalls Extravaganza. NAILE will not allow spectators this year so we would not be able to gather as we have in years past. The Foundation Heifer will be sold as Lot 1 during the Greenhorn Cattle Co. “Where Future Generations Make A Difference” sponsored sale on November 15. We are moving the Deck the Stalls portion to December 4 during the Annual Meeting social at the ASA office. This sale will be hosted on CCI.Live. Be sure to watch the Insider and social media for updates on auction items, sale time and more!

Foundation Heifer

Martindell Babe 048 :: 4300982 :: DOB: 02.11.2020

Thank you to Martindell Farms, LLC., for your donation! We truly appreciate your support of the 2021 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference. 16

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Investing in the Future The Shorthorn Youth Development Fund (SYDF) was established in 2020 to provide financial support that will sustain and expand excellent programming to develop Shorthorn youth as cattle producers and responsible, productive citizens. Since we started our new fundraising program many breeders have donated lots in their sales to become part of the Shorthorn Royal Society. On September 5, Cates Farms, Indiana, and Fred Ripberger, Illinois, sold CF NR Dream Lady 95 AV ET for $2,200 and donated 100% of the proceeds to the SYDF. The female was purchased by GJD Farms and Cattle, Jerry Duvelius of Ohio. Cates Farms also sold three semen lots with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the SYDF. The unit of CF Solution X ET was purchased by James Parnell, Alabama, for $900, the unit of Leveldale Boardwalk 530C was sold to Don Ferguson, Oklahoma, for $300, and the unit of CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET was purchased by GJD Farms and Cattle for $500. Cornerstone Farms hosted an online sale on September 8 and donated 100%

of three units of sexed semen on Hot Commodity. The semen was purchased for $900 by Wesemann Shorthorns of Indiana. On September 14, Smith Family Farms of Indiana hosted an online sale and donated 100% of three embryos to the SYDF. The Free K Kim Hot Commidity and CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward embyros sold for a total of $1,350 to Troy Stoutenborough. During the Tadmore Farms of Texas online sale on September 21, their donation of 100% of one unit of SULL Red Reward sold for $175 to Gary Filippo of Oklahoma. On September 22, Berg Shorthorns of Iowa donated 10 units of SULL Red Valley 5011 ET. The 100% donation sold for a total of $625 to Green Castle Shorthorns and Rosemary Thompson of Iowa. On September 26, Little Cedar Cattle Co., Michigan, hosted the Great Shorthorn Revival sale. They donated 50% of LCCC Amelia Rose 1607 ET and her calf. This pair was purchased for $2,875 by Capstone Shorthorns, Mike and Harriett Meade of Indiana.

Little Cedar Cattle Co. donated 100% of additional auction items to the SYDF. They sold a bear game table for $175, Little Cedar Bass and woodpecker on Birch Tree to Woodlawn Farms for a total of $525, turned wood bowl to Mary Ann McMahon for $250, and Birders basket for $100 to Narrow Brook Shorthorns. Paint Valley Farms, Ohio, donated 100 % of two lots in the online Ohio Shorthorn Breeders’ Association Fall Showcase Sale on September 27. The five units of Byland Flash sold to Debra Zaktansky, Pennsylvania, for a total of $750. The five units of Byland Soggy Bottom sold to Shawn Vachal, North Dakota, for a total of $950. On September 30, Shoufler Shorthorns, Indiana, sold 100% of two units of CF S/F Upperhand X ET to Tammy Nemeskal, Michigan, for $570. Thank you to all the September donors and buyers for your support of the SYDF. We appreciate your commitment to the future of the breed! For more information on how you can provide support, email shelby@ shorthorn.org or visit shorthorn.org. =

Shorthorn Royal Society Members Diamond: $5,000+

Ruby: $2,500 - $4,999

Cates Farms :: Little Cedar Cattle Co.

SHORTHORN

Royal Society

Emerald: $1,000 - $2,499 Fred Ripberger :: Smith Family Farms :: Paint Valley Farms

Sapphire: Less than $1,000

Cornerstone Farms :: Berg Shorthorns :: Shoufler Shorthorns :: Tadmore Farms

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Sire Test Update

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

National Sire Test Yearling Weight Update The third installment of the ASA National Sire Test at the University of Illinois is winding down, and once again the cattle are performing well in the feedyard. Below is a performance update on these calves in this cycle of the trial through their yearling weight collection.

Heifers

KL Proud Leader 321 Ash Valley Right Choice 3212 South Starr Red RX S514 Byland Denali SULL RGLC Legacy Saskvalley Banjo 268B GCF Exchange 702E CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ARG Hector 1777 Sutherland Revlon All Heifers

Steers

KL Proud Leader 321 Ash Valley Right Choice 3212 South Starr Red RX S514 Byland Denali SULL RGLC Legacy Saskvalley Banjo 268B GCF Exchange 702E CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ARG Hector 1777 Sutherland Revlon All Steers

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The yearling weights were taken on September 1, 2020. Like in previous years, cattle will remain on feed until December and then will be harvested and carcass data collected. We look forward to receiving that data, as well as feed intake and efficiency data, once the

calendar turns to 2021. Keep an eye out for a final report on the whole cycle early next year in the Shorthorn Country. =

Reg Number # Prog BW CE Gest 205 WW Temper 4206966 7 64 1.0 272.0 554 2

YW 1045

4208863 9 68 1.0 279.0 568

2.3 1064

4217849 6 68 1.0 273.0 561

2.6 1122

4224578 5 66 1.0 274.0 570

2.4 1120

4223162 5 68 1.0 280.0 587

2.2 1065

4256469 6 70 1.0 275.0 599

2

4255513 4 70 1.0 277.0 552

2.8 1044

4207965 1 96 1.0 289.0 558

3

4267185 5 73 1.0 276.0 579

2.4 960

AR4259873 3

2

84 1.0 282.0

626

51 69 1.0 276.0 574

1095 1120 1215

2.3 1071

Reg Number # Prog BW CE Gest 205 WW Temper YW 4206966 7 72 1.0 278.0 646 2.4 1222 4208863 2 81 1.0 284.0 597

3

1217

4217849 4 77 1.0 280.0 615

2

1255

4224578 7 85 1.0 282.0 665

2.7 1337

4223162 8 82 1.0 282.0 634

2.1 1223

4256469 5 79 1.0 282.0 632

2.3 1231

4255513 7 81 1.0 283.0 640

2.1 1277

4207965 5 87 1.0 284.0 652

2.2 1258

4267185 3 64 1.0 276.0 579

2

1053

AR4259873 4

2.4

1325

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78 1.0 278.0

658

52 79 1.0 281.0 639

2.3 1250



2020 AMERICAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA Hilton Kansas City Airport, Kansas City, MO, December 5, 2020, 2:00 pm Central Time CALL TO ORDER: Nancy Grathwohl Heter, President

STATE OF THE ASSOCIATION: Montie Soules, Executive Secretary/CEO

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT: Robert Alden, Chairman

INTRODUCTION OF BOARD MEMBERS: President, Nancy Grathwohl Heter (Self-Intro) Vice President, Hugh Mooney Executive Director, David Greenhorn Director, Joe Bales Director, John Sonderman Director, Toby Jordan Director, Jerrell Crow Director, Lee Miller Director, John Russell ROLL CALL OF DELEGATES: Credentials Committee QUOROM TO CONDUCT BUSINESS: Credentials Committee APPROVE MINUTES: RESOLUTIONS: AUDITOR REPORT:

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ELECTION OF ASA BOARD MEMBERS: JUNIOR REPORT: Shelby Diehm, Director of Junior Activities Lexi Wetzel, AJSA President LASSIE REPORT: LASSIE QUEENS: SHORTHORN FOUNDATION REPORT: COMMITTEE REPORTS: Shorthorn Commercial Acceptance Committee Chair, Troy Smith-Vice Chair, James Parnell-ASA Board Liaison, Toby Jordan; Shorthorn Genetic Evaluation Committee Chair, Scott Loving-Vice Chair, Jeff Winkle-ASA Board Liaison, John Sonderman; ShorthornPlus/Composite Committee Chair, Ed Kruse-Vice Chair, Shawn Vachal-ASA Board Liaison, Jarrell Crow; Shorthorn Promotion Committee

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Chair, Aaron Hahn-Vice Chair, Beth Carter-ASA Board Liaison, John Russell; Shorthorn 150th Anniversary Celebration Committee Chair, Tom Turner-Vice Chair, Joe Bales; Shorthorn Resource Development Committee Chair, Julie French INTRODUCTION OF OTHER COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Shorthorn Senior Show Committee Chair, Jeff Bedwell-Vice Chair, Mark Gordon-ASA Board Liaison, Dave Greenhorn; Shorthorn Junior Advisors Committee Appointed Jim & Beverly Freed, Katrina Evans-ASA Board Liaison, John Russell; Nominating Committee Chair, Robert Alden ANNOUNCE NEW BOARD MEMBERS: ANNOUNCE NEW NOMINATING COMMITTEE: PRESENTATION OF OUTGOING BOARD MEMBERS: RETIRING PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS: ADJOURN:


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Annual Meeting American Shorthorn Association Elected Delegates 2020

Canada- 5 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Hill Haven Farm, Chairman, PO Box 83, Duntroon, ON Alabama- 13 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Cassidy Catrett, Chairman, 195 S Mount Olive Rd, Luverne, Ala. Arkansas- 14 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Hunter Burnett, Chairman, 159 Green Valley Dr, Greenbrier, Ark. Arizona- 3 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *McKee Family Shorthorns, Chairman, 8865 E Baseline Rd #1138, Mesa, Ariz. California- 36 Votes/2 Delegates 1. *Alpha & Sherri Gipe, Chairman, 6885 Oak Ave, Merced, Calif. 2. *Amanda Gipe, 6885 Oak Ave, Merced, Calif. Colorado- 12 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate Elected Connecticut- 2 Vote/1 Delegate No Delegate Elected Florida- 3 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Tori Miller, Chairman, 615 Kirby Thompson Rd, Labelle, Fla. Georgia- 11 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Elizabeth Coggins, Chairman, 600 Hilltop Rd, Roopville, Ga. Iowa- 111 Votes/5 Delegates 1. Gilman Shorthorns, Chairman, 2841 130th St, Stuart, Iowa 2. *Dale Studer Family, 2125 125th St, Creston, Iowa 3. *Bern-A-Dale Shorthorns, 38995 Honeysuckle Rd, Oakland, Iowa 4. Bert L. Moore, 407 N 12th St, Indianola, Iowa 5. *Dan Mitchell, 3051 Addison Ave, Nashua, Iowa Idaho- 8 Votes/1 Delegate 1. BAG Farms LLC, Chairman, 2545 S Sub Station Rd, Emmett, Idaho Illinois- 101 Votes/5 Delegates 1. *Jordan Acres, Denny Jordan, Chairman, 545 E 900N Rd, Sibley, Ill. 2. Hugh W Moore Jr. & Sons, 31056 Old Fidelity Rd, Jerseyville, Ill. 3. Hahn Family Shorthorns, 74 County Rd 2700 E, Minonk, Ill. 4. *Darrel Steck & Sons, 505 Bandy Ave, Galesburg, Ill. 5. *Don Cagwin, PO Box 77, Virginia, Ill. Indiana- 137 Votes/6 Delegates 1. *Cates Farms, Chairman, 6878 W 900 S, Modoc, Ind.

2. Waukaru Farms Inc., 7577 S 210 E, Rensselaer, Ind. 3. *J Phillip Bowman & Family, 9898 Garrett Rd, Greens Fork, Ind. 4. *Meyer Family Shorthorns, 2289 S County Rd 850 W, Greensburg, Ind. 5. *Tom Farrer & Family, 6891 W County Rd 325 N, Royal Center, Ind. 6. *Nick Steinke, 9504 W 300 S, Rensselaer, Ind. Kansas- 47 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Kevin J. Gibler, Chairman, 569 E 1550th Rd, Baldwin City, Kan 2. Loving Polled Shorthorns, Marty Loving, 351 T Rd, Pawnee Rock, Kan. Kentucky- 27 Votes/2 Delegates 1. *David Ragsdale, Chairman, PO Box 310, Prospect, Ky. 2. *SharBen Shorthorns, 947 Bald Eagle Rd, Sharpsburg, Ky. Louisiana- 4 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Maryland- 21 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate Elected Maine- 7 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Brian & Sally Caverly, Chairman, 1457 River Rd, Clinton, Maine Michigan- 65 Votes/3 Delegates 1. *Little Cedar Cattle Co., Steve French, Chairman, 1264 Van Dyke Rd, Beaverton, Mich. 2. *Narrow Brook Shorthorns, 2685 E Bellevue Hwy, Charlotte, Mich. 3. *Hale Farms, 6818 N Wheaton Rd, Charlotte, Mich. Minnesota- 73 Votes/4 Delegates 1. The Kaehler Family, Chairman, 20030 25th St SE, Saint Charles, Minn. 2. *The Bollum Family, 2705 8th Ave SW, Austin, Minn. 3. *Nelson Family Shorthorns, 20480 870th Ave, Renville, Minn. Missouri- 44 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Crestmead Farm, Chairman, Bill Betteridge, 7400 A Hwy, Pilot Grove, Mo. 2. Robert & Beverly Alden, 602 E Berry St, Hamilton, Mo. Mississippi- 3 Vote/1 Delegate 1. Cokacha Hill Farms, Chairman, 189 Mini Farm Rd, Hattiesburg, Miss. Montana- 10 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Zane Martin, Chairman, PO Box 166, Fishtail. Mont. North Carolina- 9 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Humble Stock Farm, Chairman, 6632 Smithwood Rd, Liberty, N.C.

Delegates that have NOT accepted their delegation have an * next to their name. If you are listed and have an * next to your name, please contact Emily immediately to accept or decline your position. This list is subject to change because we do not have 100% acceptance at time of printing. If you have questions or need to accept or decline please contact Emily at emilyv@shorthorn.org or (816) 599-7777. 22

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Annual Meeting American Shorthorn Association Elected Delegates 2020

North Dakota- 24 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Galbreath Farms, Chairman, 13038 55th ST SE, Enderlin, N.D. Nebraska- 53 Votes/3 Delegates 1. Greg Crawford, Chairman, 12583 S 96th St, Roca, Neb. 2. *Abertees Clan, 48946 US Highway 20, Oneill, Neb. 3. *Sha Ron Farms, 2046 Road 7, Clarkson, Neb. Nevada- 1 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected New Mexico- 2 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected New York- 14 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *JAS Farm & Family, Chairman, 4289 Burch Rd, Ransomville, N.Y. Ohio- 156 Votes/7 Delegates 1. *Du-Lynn Farm, Chairman, 5861 Township Rd 331, Millersburg, Ohio 2. *Byland, 500 Township Rd 2802, Loudonville, Ohio 3. Cedar Lane Farm, Jeffery Winkle, 5006 Gravel Pit Rd. Cedarville, Ohio 4. *Stone Springs Shorthorns, 4733 Lefevre Rd, Troy, Ohio 5. *Paint Valley Farms, Lee Miller, 10550 TWP Rd 262, Millersburg, Ohio 6. *Turner Shorthorns, Tom Turner, 11075 State Route 757 NW, Somerset, Ohio 7. Greenhorn Cattle Co., Dave Greenhorn, 3450 Middle Run Rd, Waynesville, Ohio Oklahoma- 78 Votes/4 Delegates 1. Jones 5 Cattle Company, Chairman, 1064 County Road 1310, Amber, Okla. 2. Crow Creek Farms, 13108 Cloverleaf Ln, Oklahoma City, Okla. 3. Richardson Farms, 3703 Highway 29, Marlow, Okla. 4. *Lazy Bar F Shorthorns, 415 S 7th St, Chickasha, Okla. Oregon- 19 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Ropp Family Farm, Chairman, 35762 Eicher Rd SE, Albany, Ore. Pennsylvania- 49 Votes/2 Delegates 1. *George S. Six, Chairman, 532 Jollytown Rd, New Freeport, Pa. 2. *Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Eisiminger, 379 Woodside Rd, Waynesburg, Pa.

South Carolina- 4 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *The McGill Family, Chairman, 401 Pruitt Rd, Iva, S.C. South Dakota- 38 Votes/2 Delegates 1. *Stangl Shorthorns, Chairman, 31728 US Highway 12, Java, S.D. 2. *Schrag Shorthorn Farms, 27664 444th Ave, Marion, S.D. Tennessee- 29 Votes/2 Delegate 1. *Robert or Elaine Lovelace, Chairman, 1765 Fortune Rd, Moscow, Tenn. 2. *Melinda Perkins, 595 Buchanan Rd, Buchanan, Tenn. Texas- 123 Votes/5 Delegates 1. *WHR Shorthorns, Chairman, 1800 Lovers Leap Ln, Van Alstyne, Texas 2. John & Barbra Russell, PO Box 523, Caldwell, Texas 3. Ronald Gooch, 4809 County Road 2815, Honey Grove, Texas 4. *M J Shorthorns, 922 County Rd B, Olton, Texas 5. *Maples Shorthorns, 5810 Harmon Rd, Copperas Cove, Texas Virginia- 11 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Cole Heizer, Chairman, 466 Cales Springs Rd, Middlebrook, Va. Washington- 11 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Bryan Fisher, Chairman, 4338 174th Ln SW, Rochester, Wash. Wisconsin- 69 Votes/3 Delegates 1. Roseann Hoffman, Chairman, N 3605 County Road S, Antigo, Wis. 2. *Hi-View Shorthorns, Inc., 8053 Old Potosi Rd, Lancaster, Wis. 3. Double M Cattle Company LLC, 748 Enloe Rd, Rewey, Wis. West Virginia- 13 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Winters Show Cattle, Chairman, RR 1 Box 339, Lesage, WV Wyoming – 8 Votes/1 Delegate 1. *Outlaw Cattle Company, Chairman, 1167 Lane 8, Powell, Wy.

Delegates that have NOT accepted their delegation have an * next to their name. If you are listed and have an * next to your name, please contact Emily immediately to accept or decline your position. This list is subject to change because we do not have 100% acceptance at time of printing. If you have questions or need to accept or decline please contact Emily at emilyv@shorthorn.org or (816) 599-7777.

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Junior Corner

Miller ajsa Smith director

juniorshorthorn.com

If you are reading this, you’re already a lover of the Shorthorn breed. But what’s your drive? What are you passionate about? Is it the show side? Walking down on those green shavings in Louisville or being on the hill in Denver – there’s nothing like it. Maybe it is raising the best cow herd you can by capitalizing on Shorthorn’s great traits like docility, the tenderness gene, or cutability. No matter what this drive is for you, the Shorthorn breed is the breed for you! For me, it’s the showing aspect and the great leadership opportunities that the AJSA provides. It all started when I was awarded the Red Coat award. I’ve always looked up to those juniors wearing the red jackets. Now, it’s my chance to be the role model and I take this position very seriously. Whether it’s in the show ring or

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back in the barns, it’s our responsibility to show the younger generations the ropes. The Shorthorn breed has led me to create some of my closest friends and make some of my fondest memories. It is my drive to give the younger generations the same opportunities that I’ve had throughout my time as a member of the AJSA. Isn’t it great that we can be a part of a breed that welcomes everyone from the small family farm to the large rancher? Where we can follow our passion to better the breed. If you have been involved with Shorthorns for a long period of time, thank you for making our breed so great. If you are new, find your drive, find the portion of the Shorthorn breed that you are truly passionate about, and make sure to settle in and enjoy the ride! =

Deck the Stalls Extravaganza - Nov. 14, 2020 NAILE - Louisville, Kentucky

Watch the AJSA Facebook page for Deck the Stalls updates and auction items. We may have some changes with the NAILE COVID rules.

Foundation Heifer - Martindell Babe 048 : Donated by Martindell Farms, LLC. The “Babe” cow family started at Martindell’s in 2003 when we purchased a bred heifer from our good friends Dedmon Shorthorns in North Carolina. There has been 34 females registered so far that go back to that original “Babe”. This heifer has been a standout since day one and just continues to get better. Moderate framed, thick, and as fancy as they come. This young lady has an outstanding pedigree and excellent E.P.D’s. She can truly be a “Foundation” heifer.

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

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

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

Words of Advice

What’s Your Drive

Find your drive... settle in and enjoy the ride!

Reg Number: 4300982

SIRE: SS ON TARGET 570 ET DAM: MARTINDELL BABE 705 DOB: 2.11.2020

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Performance Award Winners for 2019 Recognized at the American Shorthorn Association’s Awards Banquet on December, 5 2020

2019 Owner Rankings for Pace Performance Sire & Dams NAME

CITY/STATE

PERFORMANCE DAM

PACESETTER DAM

PERFORMANCE SIRE

PACEMAKER SIRE

LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS PAWNEE ROCK, KS 14 4 1 1 HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEY FARMS SEDALIA, MO 11 DALE STUDER FAMILY CRESTON, IA 9 1 BYLAND LOUDONVILLE, OH 8 1 STANGL SHORTHORNS JAVA, SD 5 2 1 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS WEISSERT, NE 7 GILMAN SHORTHORNS STUART, IA 5 1 NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER CRESTON, IA 6 TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS FREEMAN, SD 6 FICKBOHM FARMS NEWELL, SD 5 FORNI FARMS GRANVILLE, OH 3 2 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. HARDYVILLE, KY 5 MATTHEW GATTSHALL GOODLAND, KS 5 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC FOWLER, CO 5 WAUKARU FARMS INC RENSSELAER, IN 3 1 1 KRUSE RANCH KIMBALL, NE 4 BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS RIGBY, ID 3 BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES FAIRCHILD, WI 3 BRADEN HAHN MINONK, IL 2 1 FRICK FAMILY FARM HUTCHINSON, MN 3 LEVELDALE FARMS PEORIA HEIGHTS, IL 1 1 1 OAKWOOD FARMS GRAND MARSH, WI 3 WISE SHORTHORNS BETHANY, IL 2 1 BLANE OSTERDAY JAVA, SD 1 1 BROCK DAVID STUDER CRESTON, IA 2 DON CAGWIN VIRGINIA, IL 2 DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC REWEY, WI 2 J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY GREENS FORK, IN 1 1 JOHN STEINMETZ FOWLER, IN 2 JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM KATHRYN, ND 1 1 KEEBLER FARMS, INC. STERLING, NE 2 KENWOOD FARMS LISBON, OH 2 MAURICE & FAYE KORTHAUS SMITHFIELD, KY 2 PAINT VALLEY FARMS MILLERSBURG, OH 1 1 SHADYBROOK FARM LTD WEST BROME, QC 1 1 THE BOLLUM FAMILY AUSTIN, MN 1 1 THE STARK FAMILY CANNON FALLS, MN 2 WILLOW CREEK STOCK FARM VERNDALE, MN 2 BAR N CATTLE COMPANY BELVIEW, MN 1 1 5J FARMS, LLC OLNEY SPRINGS, CO 1 BART & MEAGAN DIRKS MORRISON, IL 1 BURKE N. ALLISON & CO. WASHINGTON, IN 1 CLAY OSTERDAY JAVA, SD 1 CROOKED POST ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, AB 1 FRANK LAMPHIER & SONS HORSE CAVE, KY 1 GALBREATH FARMS ENDERLIN, ND 1 HAHN FAMILY SHORTHORNS LLC MINONK, IL 1 HILLDALE CATTLE CO. CASSVILLE, MO 1 HUGH MOONEY ELK GROVE, CA 1 JAMES ANGUS BELLEVUE, MI 1 JOHN BARNES RIGBY, ID 1 JOSHUA BOLLUM AUSTIN, MN 1 JR RANCH OTHELLO, WA 1 KEVIN J. GIBLER BALDWIN CITY, KS 1 KSS KEYSTONE SHORTHORNS CORNELL, WI 1 LAYMAN PHILLIPS MILLRY, AL 1 LONGVIEW FARMS NEW VIRGINIA, IA 1 MADISON ROBERTS MACON, MO 1 MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW O NEALS, CA 1 MATTHEW LOVING PAWNEE ROCK, KS 1 MITCHELL ZIMMERMAN PINE GROVE, PA 1 NAYLOR’S SHORTHORNS BUFFALO, MO 1 SCOTT LOVING PAWNEE ROCK, KS 1 SEMEX USA INC MADISON, WI 1 SULLIVAN FARMS DUNLAP, IA 1 THE MCGILL FAMILY IVA, SC 1 THE MEEKER FAMILY MANTORVILLE, MN 1

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TOTAL 20 11 10 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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NAME

CITY/STATE

Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS ZUMBRUNN SHORTHORNS COLLEGE OF SEQUOIAS FARM GERFEN FAMILY FARM LLC NELSON FAMILY SHORTHORNS ROBERT W TRAMM THE STARK FAMILY

CORVALLIS, MT 1 CHAPMAN, KS 1 TULARE, CA 1 MARION, OH 1 RENVILLE, MN 1 ISLE, MN 1 CANNON FALLS, MN 1

PERFORMANCE DAM

PACESETTER DAM

PERFORMANCE SIRE

PACEMAKER SIRE

TOTAL 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2019 Performance Dams REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

AR4220712 4200012 4221061 4221076 4210634 4236352 DR00372 4220249 4233064 4175350 4172394 4197737 4218151 4184841 4193815 4168397 4204804 4224772 4191306 4219179 4219177 4224599 AR58272 4208374 4163976 4137136 4228645 4199155 4251432 4216619 4216631 4216633 4219717 4220356 4239225 4208293 4228241 4226129 AR4226121 4213155 4226108 4202287 4223566 4212512 4223562 4212687 AR59043 4219660 4202252 4208372 4218638 4249863 4218634 4234162 4173352 4214829 4214841 4132286 4202045 4192516 4229544 4222237 4223153

5J ADELINE 7C GB POLLYANNA E IS DJ 01 019 IS CPTN OBV 02 018 BMC BLOSSOM SBR SIDNEY 516C BROOKVIEW 30Y BROOKVIEW BAYLEY VIOLET 12B BROOKVIEW QUEEN 67D HAHN CARLA F36Y HAHN LEADING LADY C11Y DSF PARTY GAL 1A DSF PARTY GAL 57C HOMEPLACE FAIR LADY 1107 BYLAND AUGUSTA 2G3 BYLAND AUGUSTA BRAE 0R74 BYLAND CHEERFUL 3P88 BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY5M106 BYLAND ELLEN 2G23 BYLAND ELLEN 4G2 BYLAND ELLEN 4M18 BYLAND ELLEN 5RX45 RFC MYRTLEGUS 1010 DSF JENNIE 87B DSF VELVET 40X GLEN HAVEN BUTTERFLY 546 JSF ADELAIDE 21C LEVELDALE MOET 322A MURIDALE KINNALEE 56C MURIDALE SLEW 17A MURIDALE SONYA 119A MURIDALE ST SUE 85A PLUTH’S ISABELLA CCS MARGIE 422C SULL RED ROSEMARY 5074 ET DMCC CHLOE GG 03B DMCC MONIKA GRNT 52C FS CHARMING JOLENE FS COUNTRY BUMPKIN FS HEIRLOOM FS MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL SYLVIA YY BARONESS CATHREN 523C YY BLYTHE DREAM 416B YY DREAM ANNA 515C L&L TREASURE 425 4F ANGEL 4F RED CRYSTAL PL ALISA DSF ANNIE 99B GILMAN’S ROBIN 512C JSF MARIGOLD MARIA 183C GILMAN’S PARTY DOLL 501C GILMAN’S PENNY 40D CHERRY BLOSSOM H. 251ST CHERRY BLOSSOM H. 301ST CLARA 2014 1ST GOLDENDROP H. 163RD GOLDENDROP H. 177TH HELIANTHUS 176TH HS LILAC LILY 190TH NILE VALLEY ADA 80 P NILE VALLEY MAMIE 132

HOMEDALE CREOLE 135 WR MASS LEGEND 021 ET IS 034 DOUBLE JACK 101 A&T CAPTAIN OBVIOUS 606S JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z LCC ABOVE &BEYOND 1300J JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L WAUKARU PATENT 8161 MJH FRAZIER C806 DPH CONTENDER SP2104 ET JSF MARQUIS 127X SASKVALLEY QUARTZ 320Y JJC WILD SIDE JSF GAUGE 137W JSF RELOAD 32T X SBF PATENTS IMAGE 43Y JSF MCCOY 39Z JSF GAUGE 137W JSF GAUGE 137W JSF MCCOY 39Z LEVELDALE ROLEX 276Z ET RFC ANGUS SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z GLEN HAVEN MARATHON JSF MINER 0415E X ALTA CEDAR DIABLO 98U STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y MURIDALE MATT 37Y SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T GSC SONNY 108 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X SULL RED REWARD 9321 JSF GAUGE 137W DMCC GRANITE 19A TR GOLDCARD SANTA CRUZ TR FR 263 TR GOLDCARD SANTA CRUZ TR FR 263 AR SU LU GRANT 794 ET COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET MARTINDELL PROFESSOR 226 WILDWOOD GABE WG 3BC RED RYDER 0421 JSF GAUGE 137W SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T JSF RELOAD 32T X FOXWILLOW SOVEREIGN 3S MURIDALE BATEMAN 27A COMMANDER L L 04 HIS PROMISE CHIEF OF ROSES ‘07 PROMISE A CHIEF 01 CB M CB2ND 06 CB M CB2ND 06 BLOSSOM’S PROMISE 2011 NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P WAUKARU LUCAS 2036

5J FARMS, LLC GREAT BASIN SHORTHORN BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS BART & MEAGAN DIRKS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES MATTHEW HAHN MATTHEW HAHN BROCK DAVID STUDER BROCK DAVID STUDER BURKE N. ALLISON & CO. BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND LAUREN BURRIS SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM GLEN HAVEN SHORTHORNS GLEN HAVEN SHORTHORNS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM LEVELDALE FARMS MURIDALE SHORTHORNS MURIDALE SHORTHORNS MURIDALE SHORTHORNS MURIDALE SHORTHORNS DENNIS PLUTH DON CAGWIN SARA ROSE SULLIVAN DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS FRANK LAMPHIER & SONS FRICK FAMILY FARM FRICK FAMILY FARM PHANTOM LAKE SHORTHORNS SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM GILMAN SHORTHORNS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM GILMAN SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS

5J FARMS, LLC BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS BART & MEAGAN DIRKS BLANE OSTERDAY BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BRADEN HAHN BRADEN HAHN BROCK DAVID STUDER BROCK DAVID STUDER BURKE N. ALLISON & CO. BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND CLAY OSTERDAY DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY DALE STUDER FAMILY DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DENNIS PLUTH DON CAGWIN DON CAGWIN DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FORNI FARMS FORNI FARMS FORNI FARMS FRANK LAMPHIER & SONS FRICK FAMILY FARM FRICK FAMILY FARM FRICK FAMILY FARM GILMAN SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS

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REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

4222242 4218474 4218814 4219156 4218623 4219154 4196977 4227900 4222244 4228147 4221076 4224052 4224050 4207336 4223088 4209193 4139459 AR59114 AR48837 4222517 AR56922 U4228503 AR61851 4208231 4230422 4221319 4209794 4226768 AR57689 AR4225636 4232512 4232506 AR4232489 4227924 AR4232487 AR4230363 AR4296052 4198496 4225609 4229720 4232493 AR4225552 4215769 4208200 4203183 4224726 4185977 4233455 4159630 4202612 4212196 4232057 4226995 4232059 AR4225621 4183865 4204020 4213904 4218000 4212324 4226443 4224393 4154686 4219835 AR58494 AR59942 4219831 4187761 4236073 4214597 4231443 4215939 4169728 AR63397 4201229 4201775

NILE VALLEY OLY 63 P NILE VALLEY ADA 53 P NILE VALLEY ADA 71 THF P NILE VALLEY ADA 77 P NILE VALLEY MAID 66 P NILE VALLEY MAID 70 SP NILE VALLEY MAMIE 122-P NILE VALLEY MAMIE 133 NILE VALLEY OLY 61 P SBR MANDY 528C IS CPTN OBV 02 018 STEINHOLT CLIPPER 2014B STEINHOLT ROSEBUD 2014 BFS REAL IVORY 403 KF JOSIE GOLD LL KF MAIDAI MO AR JSF ROSEWOOD 37T KENWOOD BUS BONNIE 1308 KENWWOD GOLD JUNEL 922 HA DAWN DL ACH 662 KRUSE NANCY 114Z KRUSE NANCY 128C KRUSE ROSEY 187B LEVELDALE MARGIE 288Z KSS OSAGE CARMELE 223 PHILLIPS MISS VANN 08C EF ROSEWOOD 883 HLVF BLOSSOM 279A 514D ASH VALLEY ADDIE 2781 ASH VALLEY ADDIE 5807 ASH VALLEY LUCY 5568 ASH VALLEY LUCY 5577 ASH VALLEY MAID 5510 ASH VALLEY MAIDEN 4748 ASH VALLEY MAIDEN 5508 ASH VALLEY MORGANS 5550 ASH VALLEY OKIE 2760 ASH VALLEY ROSE 2779 ASH VALLEY ROSE 5777 ASH VALLEY ROSE 5848 ASH VALLEY ROSIE 5522 ASH VALLEY STAR 5718 LADY ROSE GOLD LEADER F56 MARTINDELL FAVORITE 456 MARTINDELL GLITTER 3103 MARTINDELL MARGIE 435 MARTINDELL PLEASURE 243 MARTINDELL RUBY 542 B/F SHANNON MARGIE 9022 MG 12_55 CR BABY C MG 13 52 WALKING MADE MG DALE DUCHASS 14_29 MG DUTY TO SEE 15 13 MG LILY 14_40 ASH VALLEY OKIE 5791 MFK B CHARITY SPELL X MFK W MISSIE 303KX STARBRIGHT WENDY GPN BEAUTY 4N28 LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 453B OF BULLION AUSTYN 503C OF RAMBO ROLITA 541C WOLF RIDGE POLLY 142ND PEAK VIEW AR 26715 PEAK VIEW AR 28613 PEAK VIEW AR 29814 PEAK VIEW AR 31515 PEAK VIEW MOET P2F 22212 TS PRINCESS SARA LJ SL EMMA 4006 CF MEG 517 CYCLONE ET SBR DEE 417B SBR DIXIE 835 U SBR JACKIE 451B SBR LEXY 117 SBR MAGGIE 314A

NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P NILE VALLEY KING HEARTS NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P NILE VALLEY KING HEARTS WAUKARU LUCAS 2036 NILE VALLEY KING HEARTS WAUKARU LUCAS 2036 NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P JSF GOLDENROD 57U A&T CAPTAIN OBVIOUS 606S HIGHER CLASS 2010 CVIEW RS ST 269 832 00 618 08 JSF RED REALITY 72Y WAUKARU GOLD CARD 1010 RS DV 034 207 09 KL FOREMOST ACHIEVER MURIDALE BUSTER 14K WAUKARU GOLD SHIP 5603 KL GOLD ACHIEVER 9F6 JAKE’S SULTAN OF JAZZ 213S JAKE’S WIZARD 246W JAKE’S WIZARD 246W LEVELDALE CASEY 022X AR SU LU OSAGE 502 PFF GOLDMINE 23A LEVELDALE PROSPERITY 747T DRC 101VM ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 PVSF LEADER 720Z ET WOLF RIDGE PRESIDENT C20X WOLF RIDGE PRESIDENT C20X CONNEALY CAPITALIST 028 ASH VALLEY JAZZ 1227 ET KAPER 4508 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 KAPER 4508 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 JSF MARQUIS 127X JSF MARQUIS 127X KAPER 4508 G A R US PREMIUM BEEF LEAD OUTSIDE THE BOX ET MARTINDELL JAZZ 9040 LNL THURSTON KAPER 4508 ABERTEES THE PROFESSOR ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 B/F TANK JR 6076 HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 WAUKARU BILLINGS 9085 HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 HOMEDALE FIVE STAR JUST DO IT HOMEDALE FIVE STAR JUST DO IT ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 HOMEDALE BLIZZARD MFK WYATT HOMEDALE BLIZZARD FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U WAUKARU BULLION 1003 ET WAUKARU RAMBO 0042 WOLF RIDGE COMMAND C19 JSF GOLD EXCHANGE 89Y LEVELDALE RESOLVE 117Y ET JSF GOLD EXCHANGE 89Y JSF GOLD EXCHANGE 89Y PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET TS LITTLE JOE SB KAPER 4508 SULL CYCLONE 8242 ET JSF GOLDENROD 57U AR SU LU HESSTON 503 WR MR HAMLEY 0420 SBR SLIDER 48U JSF GOLDENROD 57U

HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS STANGL SHORTHORNS BARNES IDAHO SHORTHORNS JOHN STEINMETZ JOHN STEINMETZ JOSHUA BOLLUM KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEITH H LAUER KENWOOD FARMS KENWOOD FARMS KEVIN J. GIBLER KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH LINDSAY MATHERS THE BOLLUM FAMILY LAYMAN PHILLIPS HUMBLE STOCK FARM LONGVIEW FARMS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS FORD FAMILY SHORTHORNS MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW LOVING WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS MAURICE & FAYE KORTHAUS MITCHELL ZIMMERMAN NAYLOR’S SHORTHORNS LEVELDALE FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS GARY KAPER PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC ROBERT W TRAMM SCOTT LOVING K-KIM INC STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS BLANE OSTERDAY STANGL SHORTHORNS

HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY JOHN BARNES JOHN STEINMETZ JOHN STEINMETZ JOSHUA BOLLUM KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEITH H LAUER KENWOOD FARMS KENWOOD FARMS KEVIN J. GIBLER KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KSS KEYSTONE SHORTHORNS LAYMAN PHILLIPS LEVELDALE FARMS LONGVIEW FARMS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS MADISON ROBERTS MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW LOVING MAURICE & FAYE KORTHAUS MAURICE & FAYE KORTHAUS MITCHELL ZIMMERMAN NAYLOR’S SHORTHORNS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS PAINT VALLEY FARMS PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC ROBERT W TRAMM SCOTT LOVING SHADYBROOK FARM LTD STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS

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REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

4196599 4198081 4159989 4230999 4213815 4213839 4204528 4204529 4193344 4176534 4198287 AR63295 4187941 4209876 4221235 4232381 4232382 4239583

SOUTH STARR SABETHA S504 TOP NOTCH TARTAN MEGAN STRK P WOODHAVEN LADY 984W STRK HC MARYELLA 601D TR BARRY HOPE 405 TR FR KITRENA 440 TR LEGACY FREDA 349 TR LEGACY LULU 351 TR LEGACY SAVANNAH 230 TR LEGACY’S LOLITA WAUKARU FIRST KISS 3152 WAUKARU MARIA 5097 WAUKARU RUBY ROSE 2005 WCS 545 KATIE 5834 WCS 557 WILD ROSE 5975 WISE’S PAIGE 503 WISE’S STYLISH LADY 504 KL DAISY AUGUSTA

B GOOD RED WARRIOR 81T HAHN FUSION F36W MSD PETE 799 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY WAUKARU GOLD CARD 7114 GB C520 844 AR SU LU LEGACY 65 AR SU LU LEGACY 65 AR SU LU LEGACY 65 AR SU LU LEGACY 65 WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 WAUKARU ORION 2047 ET WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 HOMEDALE PIONEER 225 HOMEDALE PIONEER 225 SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y WAUKARU ORION 2047 ET

SHELBY MCGILL TOP NOTCH STOCK FARM THE STARK FAMILY THE STARK FAMILY TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WILLOW CREEK STOCK FARM WILLOW CREEK STOCK FARM WISE SHORTHORNS WISE SHORTHORNS KEITH H LAUER

THE MCGILL FAMILY THE MEEKER FAMILY THE STARK FAMILY THE STARK FAMILY TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WILLOW CREEK STOCK FARM WILLOW CREEK STOCK FARM WISE SHORTHORNS WISE SHORTHORNS ZUMBRUNN SHORTHORNS

2019 Pacesetter Dams REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

4302599 4227349 4122626 4208944 4228390 4194811 4186514 4201319 4226853 4242186 AR4227893 4198297 4175381 4199329 4212514 4184664

ASH VALLEY JAZZY 2763 ASH VALLEY LADY 4722 ASH VALLEY MAGGIE 6176 ASH VALLEY ROSE 3369 BFS ROYAL RUBY MP 536 HAHN ELIZABETH T23A JSF MARIGOLD MARIA 199Y SBF PERFECT 13 A ET SBR CANDY 331A SBR LEXY 332A SBR LEXY 520C WAUKARU MELITA ROSE 3143 WAUKARU MINNIE 1042 WISE’S PAIGE 305 YY BONNIE DREAM 421B YY POSSIBLE DREAM 227Z

KAPER 4508 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0665 ASH VALLEY DUTY 3301 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 BFS MASTER PRINCE STUDER’S RED TRAIN 1X JSF MAESTRO 35U WAUKARU PATENT 8161 A&T CAPTAIN OBVIOUS 606S WR MR HAMLEY 0420 HXC CONQUEST 4405P WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 GLENELL IMF B90 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY YY EARL OF DOVER 218Z COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET

LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS THE BOLLUM FAMILY HAHN FAMILY SHORTHORNS LLC JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM SHADYBROOK FARM LTD STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WISE SHORTHORNS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS

LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS THE BOLLUM FAMILY BRADEN HAHN LEVELDALE FARMS SHADYBROOK FARM LTD STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS BLANE OSTERDAY WAUKARU FARMS INC HILLDALE CATTLE CO. WISE SHORTHORNS FORNI FARMS FORNI FARMS

SIRE

BREEDER

2019 Performance Sires REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

4184918 DMH CHERRY FILLET ET WESTON TRADEMARK 3RD DENNIS HOFFROGGE 4179093 JSF SHEAR FORCE 165X SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE 105T JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4216491 SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM AR48841 SULL RED REWARD 9321 TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T SULLIVAN FARMS 4136584 YY THE EARL OF DOVER 118U DRC 101VM Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS 4198242 BAR N RIPPER 99A JDMC REMEDY 34X JDMC CATTLE COMPANY 4206966 KL PROUD LEADER 321 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 1116 KEITH H LAUER 4233955 MURIDALE BATEMAN 27A SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M MURIDALE SHORTHORNS

2019 Pacemaker Sires REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

4171128 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0665 JSF/RB PRESTIGE 8U LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4199325 BFS MASTER PRINCE JAKE’S PRINCE OF JAZZ 236P THE BOLLUM FAMILY 4193721 BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 JSF GAUGE 137W BYLAND 4196667 CROOKED POST STOCKMAN 4Z BELMORE JACKAROO Z109 CROOKED POST 4006763 JR LEGEND 78H BYLAND LEGACY 5RD15 ET JR RANCH 4206214 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE FARMS 4210008 SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z SASKVALLEY INNOVATION 131X SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM 4167752 JDMC BIG SKY 15X SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M JDMC CATTLE COMPANY 4228704 JSF WALL STREET 106C ET SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4218103 MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T MURIDALE SHORTHORNS

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OWNER GALBREATH FARMS DALE STUDER FAMILY JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM STANGL SHORTHORNS SEMEX USA INC SULLIVAN FARMS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS BAR N CATTLE COMPANY LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS GILMAN SHORTHORNS

OWNER LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS HAHN FAMILY SHORTHORNS LLC THE BOLLUM FAMILY WAUKARU FARMS INC JAMES ANGUS CROOKED POST JR RANCH PAINT VALLEY FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM HUGH MOONEY JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM NELSON FAMILY SHORTHORNS BAR N CATTLE COMPANY JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM BYLAND GERFEN FAMILY FARM LLC J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY


Date of Ownership: 09/19/2015

Sex: Female

Color: Red

Tattoo-LE: 1U

Breeder:

BREEDER NAME

BREEDER LOCATION

Member Number: 11-1111

Owner:

OWNER NAME

OWNER LOCATION

Member Number: 22-2222

Pacer Performance Requirements Pacer Performance Dam Requirements The Pacer Performance Dam program recognizes Shorthorn females in the breed for their superior fertility performance of their progeny. Sire: PEAK VIEW and MOET P1M 6001 ET,x4117166 The ideal female will calve and re-breed while raising a high Red THFevery PHAFyear DSF performing calf year in PEAK and year The INC Pacer Performance Dam VIEWout. RANCH program recognizes these females and their owners each year.

MEL-BAR RODEO DRIVE 347, x391705 Red THF PHAF

MELROE BROS. BYLAND MISSION 6RD112,x3985938 Red THF PHAF DSF carcass or ultrasound data submitted to theBYLAND American BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY 3IA87,x391545 Shorthorn Association. Red • The sire must have a minimum of ten daughters BYLANDin production that have had their first calf by 28 months of age. DRC 3T,4089955 • The Sire must have breed average or better EPDs in Red one of the following three Trait Groups at theDOVER time heRANCH, CORP. DRC 786T1,4089957 Redmeets all other requirements: RANCH, 1. Maternal CED, DOVER CORP. Trait Group includes EPDs DRCfor 793L,4089956 CEM, and Milk (all EPDS in trait group are breed Red average or better). DOVER RANCH, CORP. 2. Growth Trait Group includes EPDs for BW, WW, ARMSTRONG MAJOR LEAGUE ET,x398017 and YW (all EPDS in trait group are breed average or Red w/ White Marks better) ARMSTRONG FARMS ARMSTRONG HI 1A025,x4034910 3. ROLLER Carcass Trait Group includes EPDs for CW, REA, Red and MARB (all EPDS in trait group are breed average ARMSTRONG FARMS ARMSTRONG ANGIE 93,x397770 or better) Roan

Performance Dam Requirements (Code on Registration Paper “PD”) • The dam is owned by a WHR Breeder. • The dam has her first calf by the time she is 28 months of age. • The dam maintains an average calving interval of less than 380 days on three consecutive calves. • The dam has three consecutive natural calves registered with a CE, BW, and WW submitted to the American Shorthorn Association. • The dam has a minimum progeny average weaning Dam: EF ROSEWOOD 1193,4080269 ARMSTRONG FARMS Pacemaker Sire Requirements (Code on Registration Paper “PM”) ratio of 102 on three consecutive calves. Red (Code THF PHAF • The sire is owned by a WHR Breeder. Pacesetter Dam Requirements on Registration Paper “PS”) EA-RA-BA-H FARM WAUKARU SPECIALIST 6112,*x381588 • The sire has a minimum of 50 progeny registered with Includes all of the Pacer Performance Dam Requirement plus the Red the American Shorthorn Association. following: WAUKARU FARMS INC EF ROSEWOOD 131,3880699 • All 50 progeny must have a CE, BW and WW • The dam has three consecutive natural calves with an Red w/ White Marks submitted to the American Shorthorn Association. YW submitted to the American Shorthorn Association. EA-RA-BA-H FARM EARABAH ROSEWOOD 32,x374019 • There must be at least 25 progeny submitted with a • The dam has a minimum progeny average yearling Red YW to the American Shorthorn Association. ratio of 100 on three consecutive calves. EA-RA-BA-H FARM • The sire must have a minimum of 25 progeny with • The dam has three consecutive calves with ultrasound carcass or ultrasound data submitted to the American or carcass data recorded with the American Shorthorn Shorthorn Association. Association. the above described animal has been accepted formust entryhave in the Americanof Shorthorn Record, based upon the applicatio • The sire a minimum 15 daughters in by the breeder. This certificate and entry is subject correction orfirst cancellation theofBy-Laws of the Associatio production thattohave had their calf by 28 under months Pacer Performance Sire Requirements Shorthorn Association doesrates, not guarantee age. legal title. The Shorthorn breed recognizes sires that increase fertility • The Sire must have breedSecretary: average or better EPDs in mothering ability, and carcass traits in a cowherd. The Pacer Performance one of the following three Trait GroupsD. at Soules, the time Kansas he Sire program recognizes Shorthorn bulls that are able to pass these relevant Montie City, Missouri meets all other requirements: traits to their offspring. Qualifying bulls are recognized each year. Expected Progeny Differences 1. Maternal Trait Group includes EPDs for CED, Individ Birth Type CE MCE BW WW YW Milk SCRO CWand FAT $BMI $F CEM, Milk (allREA EPDSMARB in trait $CEZ group are breed Performance Sire Requirements (Code on Registration Paper “PS”) (1=single, 1 average or better) • The sire is owned by aACC WHR Breeder. ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC ACC 2=twin) for BW, WW, • The sire has a minimum7.5of 25 progeny registered50with 1.7 1.4 55 18 4 2. Growth -0.036 Trait 0.09 Group -0.24includes 29.01EPDs 114.45 47.12 Trait Lbs. and YW (all EPDS in trait group are breed average or the American Shorthorn Calf Association. Adj. 0.41 0.33 0.46 0.39 0.39 0.37 0.33 0.36 0.27 0.30 better) • All 25 progeny must have a CE, BW and WW 90 Birth Wt. -1 Association. 1.6 50 39 7 -0.04 Trait -0.33Group -0.38includes 38.20EPDs 108.10 44.06 -6 3. Carcass for CW, REA, submitted to the American 9.3 Shorthorn 205-Day. 0.56 and0.61 MARB 0.61 (all EPDS 613 • There must beSire at least 0.76 ten progeny 0.72 submitted 0.79 with 0.76a 0.76 0.72 0.63in trait group are breed averageAdj.wt. or better) YW to the American Shorthorn Association. 6.6 5 1.1 44 59 27 7 -0.05 0.11 -0.13 25.24 111.89 46.48 Adj.Wt. • The sire must Dam have a minimum of ten progeny with 0.54

0.51

0.56

0.54

0.54

0.53

0.43

0.35

0.28

365-Day

0.31

PE-Pedigree Estimate, ACC-EPD Accuracy Resulting animals will be identified on their pedigree by code. See pedigree legend and example below. PM- Pacemaker Sire PS- Performance Sire SS- Sensational Sire SY- Sire of the Year

Pedigree Legend

Bred Female Service Information at Service Sire Name: Reg #: A.I. Date: Service Sire Name: LEVELDALE PR Reg #: 4151497 Pasture Exposed from: 2009-03-25 to:

PS- Pacesetter Dam PD- Performance Dam DD- Dam of Distinction DY- Dam of the Year

Genetic Condition Codes TH = Tibial Hemimelia Green = Non-Carrier PHA = Pulmonary hypoplasia with anasarca Red = Confirmed Carrier DS = Digital Subluxation Purple = Homozygous Carrier PUREBRED PERFORMANCE GoldREGISTRATION = Potential Carrier

Name: ANIMAL NAME

Registration Number: 0123456

Date of Ownership: 09/19/2015

THF PHAF

Sex: Female

PD

Calved: 01/11/2008

Color: Red

Breeder:

BREEDER NAME

BREEDER LOCATION

Owner:

OWNER NAME

OWNER LOCATION

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112,x3985938

DNA: Y

Information as to any animal listed on based solely on information provided t this certificate was issued. EPD inform semiannually and the information show future updates. Blood%- SH100

Tattoo-LE: 1U

Member Number: 11-1111 Member Number: 22-2222

Tattoo-:

MEL-BAR RODEO DRIVE= 347,november x3917054 shorthorn country 2020 Red

THF PHAF

MELROE BROS.

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Show Results

Kansas State Fair - Open Show September 18, 2020 • Hutchinson, Kan. Judge: Tom Biglieni

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, JS Captivation ET exhibited by Dayson Cash, Fay, Okla.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, ASM Maple ET exhibited by Anaya McCune, Benton, Kan. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, ASM Maga exhibited by Sophia McCune, Benton, Kan. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, LDB Mirage Premium Brave 901 exhibited by Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, LDB Premium Reward Apache 911 exhibited by Brittany Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, LDB Merci’s Serena 923 ET exhibited by Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Fieser’s Hoss exhibited by Dayson Cash, Fay, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, AA Kane Blue the Roo Ferrari 300 ET exhibited by Dayson Cash, Fay, Okla.

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Show Results

Illinois Department of Ag Jr. Livestock Expo September 12-13, 2020 • Springfield, Illinois Heifer Judges: Kyle and Drew Perez • Steer Judge: Jim Williams Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Kendall Nelson.

Champion Shorthorn Steer and 5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Colby Metzger. Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Lillian Unger.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Jeron Johnson.

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Sale Reports R-C Show Cattle “Early Bird” Online Sale Sale Summary

17 Female Lots.................$ 67,355...................$ 3,962 26 Lots...............................$ 85,150....................$ 3,275

Tuesday, September 8, 2020 Eaton, Ohio hosted on sconlinesales.com by: Christy Campbell

$11,000 - Lot 7 - Open Heifer. Offered by Sarah’s Shorthorns and

Cornerstone Farms and sold to Steve Oler, Economy. Indiana. $9,250 - Lot 3 - Shorthorn Plus Open Heifer. Offered by R-C Show Cattle and sold to Jennifer Svoboda of Burwell, Nebraska. $5,500 - Lot 8 - Open Heifer. Offered by Jester Family Farms and sold to Bret Fahrmier of Lexington, Missouri. $5,000 - Lot 21 - Shorthorn Plus

Steer. Offered by Alan Minges and sold to Daryl Bowman of Woodstock, Virginia. $4,750 - Lot 14 - Shorthorn Plus Open Heifer. Offered by Sarah’s Shorthorns and sold to Matt Nissen of Coggon, Iowa. =

Eyes on the Midwest Sale Summary

Shorthorn 16 Open Heifer................$ 136,600.................$ 8,538 3 Cow/Calf Pairs..............$ 14,750....................$ 14,750 9 Bred Cows.....................$ 51,900....................$ 5,767 13 Bred Heifers.................$ 35,050....................$ 5,007 1 Plus Open Heifer...........$ 101,300.................$ 14,472 1 Bull.................................$ 11,600....................$ 2,900 43 Breeding Lots............$ 228,250................$ 5,308 3 Pregnancies....................$ 14,500...................$ 4,833 1 Flush...............................$ 2,000......................$ 2,000 3 Embryo Packages..........$ 5,600......................$ 1,867 3 Semen Packages.............$ 2,650......................$ 833 Shorthorn Gross ......$ 253,000 Angus 6 Open Heifer..................$ 41,500....................$ 6,917 2 Bred Heifers...................$ 5,800......................$ 2,900 1 Cow/Calf Pair................$ 2,400......................$ 2,400 3 Bred Cows.....................$ 5,900......................$ 1,967 11 Breeding Lots............$ 55,600..................$ 5,055 4 Embryo Packages..........$ 7,650......................$ 1,913 Angus Gross .............$ 63,250 Sale Gross $316,250

Saturday, September 20, 2020 Albin Sale Facility Newman, Illinois Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Management: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

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feature this year, there was just an outstanding set of Angus females offered that added to a great sale. Fred Ripberger and the Greg Norman Family are to be commended for the presentation of an elite event. Top Selling Shorthorn Lots $35,000 - Lot 1 - Open Heifer. NR Quantum Queen 434H ET. A red, polled, March 1, 2020 daughter of SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET and out of CF Quantum Queen 099 FS X. For many years, the Quantum Queen progeny have led this sale. This was no exception. This is a truly great young heifer that has all the parts to make her an instant winner. Offered by Norman/ Ripberger and purchased by Mike Ott of Albion, Indiana. $20,000 - Lot 2 - Open Heifer - NR Quantum Queen 423 ET. A R&W, polled March 27, 2020 daughter of SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET and out of CF Quantum Queen 099 FS X. A full sib to the Lot 1 female and an awesome individual in her own right. This mating continues to produce the type and kind that all showmen want to lead. Offered by Norman/Ripberger and purchased by Xavier Ferris of Whitland, Indiana. $17,500 - Lot 4 - Open Heifer - NR Quantum Queen 500H ET. A RWM, polled March 1, 2020 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out of

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CF Quantum Queen 099 FS X. This one is another Queen, this time by Hot Commodity. She is a sticking figure of a show prospect that has all the eye appeal to make her a contender. Offered by Norman/Ripberger and purchased by Sammi Schrag of Marion, South Dakota. $14,000 - Lot 20 - Cow/Calf Pair - NR Quantum Queen 480F RB ET. A red, polled May 2018 daughter of SULL Red Blood and out of CF Quantum Queen 099 FS X. At her side was an August 7, 2020 red, polled heifer calf sired by SULL Red Sensation. This was just an outstanding young pair of cattle. A really good two year of cow with a fancy heifer calf at side. Everyone loved this pair. Offered by Norman/Ripberger and purchased by Bollum Family Shorthorns of Goodhue, Minnesota. $10,500 - Lot 9 - Open Heifer NR Myrtle Bo 342H. A red, polled April 17, 2020 daughter of SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET and out of NR Myrtle Bo 342D ET. The Red Sensation progeny continue to impress and this young lady is a keeper. She has the style and body type to make her a top show heifer anywhere. Offered by Norman/ Ripberger and purchased by Pine Manor Farm of Cullman, Alabama. =


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4 Cow/Calf Pairs..............$ 44,260....................$ 11,063 2 Bred Heifers...................$ 24,000...................$ 12,000 5 Bred Cows.....................$ 24,000....................$ 4,800 15 Open Heifers...............$ 97,750....................$ 6,517 2 Bulls................................$ 6,800......................$ 3,400 28 Breeding Lots............$ 196,810................$ 7,029 5 Pregnancies....................$ 33,750..................$ 6,750 20 Embryo Packages........$ 53,750....................$ 2,688 14 Semen Packages...........$ 21,915....................$ 1,565 2 Steers...............................$ 2,60........................$ 1,300 Sale Gross $308,825

Saturday, September 26, 2020 Little Cedar Cattle Company Beaverton, Michigan Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Management: Little Cedar Cattle Co. by: Darryl Rahn

A gorgeous Fall day welcomed a large crowd to Little Cedar for this year’s Revival Sale. Little Cedar Cattle Co and their guest consignors put together an unequaled group of Shorthorn genetics in all categories, that were popular with all in attendance and those on the internet. Show heifer prospects, bred females, herd bull prospects were represented from the leading bloodlines not only in the United States but also from Argentina. The active bidding during the sale was evidence that this offering was widely accepted. Congratulations to Steve and Julie and their guest consignors for another great presentation.

$20,000 - Lot 5 - Open Heifer Little Cedar Roses Are Red 20 ET. A red, horned, April 29, 2020 daughter of SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Roses are Red ET. This one got everyones attention at the sale. Super in her design and overall dimension, this one will be heard from in the future. Add that fact of her great pedigree and you have a keeper. Offered by Little Cedar and purchased by Enix Farms of Centennial, Colorado. $20,000 - Lot 1 - Bred Heifer - BFS Margie LL 950. A R&W, polled April 19, 2019 daughter of CSF Long Look HC 706 ET and out of BFS Margie Rad 423 ET selling bred to Leveldale Ringo 337A for a Spring 2021 calf. This was truly a feature lot in the sale. This great young female already has had a great show career and has the look of a great brood cow. This will be in someones donor pen very soon. Offered by Bollum Family Shorthorns and Mikayla Wetzel and purchased by Little Cedar Cattle Co. $19,000 - Lot 6 - Cow/Calf Pair Little Cedar Rose Mary 1716. A roan, polled 2017 daughter of CSF Evolution HC and out of R/F LCCC Rose Mary 1414 selling bred to SULL Current Commodity 7630E for a Spring 2021 calf. At her side was a roan, polled March 26, 2020 heifer calf sired by CF S/F Upper Hand X ET. This was an awesome pair of cattle that all admired.

A proven cow with a top show prospect at her side. The future is bright for these two. The cow offered by Quinton Smith Shorthorns and the calf by Quinton Smith and Little Cedar. The pair was purchased by Woodlawn Farms of Creston, Illinois. $14,000 - Lot 8 - Open Heifer - Little Cedar WF Cumberland 20. A red, polled February 16, 2020 daughter of SULL Knighted Man 6231D ET and out of WAT Flightpath Cumberland 115E ET. This was one of the most popular young heifers in the sale. A great young prospect with a great pedigree. Her dam’s side features Charisma and Aviator. She is bred to be great. Offered by Little Cedar and Woodlawn Farms and purchased by Armstrong Farms of Saxonburg, Pennsylvania. $10,000 - Lot 37 - Cow/Calf Pair CYT DSC Max Rosa 6125 ET. A red, polled 2016 daughter of SULL Red Blood and out of Mindemann Max Rosa 310ET selling bred to CSF Long Look HC 706 for a Fall 2021 calf. At her side was a red, polled June 26, 2020 daughter of the great Argentina sire ARG Hector 1777 ET. Some thought this fine young pair might be a sleeper in this sale, but they were not. Everyone found these two. What a great pair, Offered by Little Cedar and purchased by Leemon Stock Farm of Hoopeston, Illinois. =

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18 Bred Heifers.................$ 41,950....................$ 2,331 6 Plus Bred Heifers...........$ 10,900...................$ 1,817 13 Bred Cows...................$ 30,350....................$ 2,335 8 Open Heifers.................$ 16,050...................$ 2,006 9 Plus Open Heifers.........$ 13,625...................$ 1,514 54 Breeding Lots............$ 112,875................$ 2,090 2 Steers...............................$ 1,450......................$ 725 8 Embryo Packages..........$ 4,275......................$ 853 3 Semen Packages.............$ 1,950......................$ 650 Sale Gross $120,550

Sunday, September 27, 2020 Platte County Ag Park, Columbus, Neb. Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Management: Sears Marketing Services, LLC by: Cindy Cagwin-Johnston

A good crowd gathered for this edition of the Fall Harvest Joint Production Sale. Bryan and Marti Warner of Warner Ranch were the hosts. Along with a good group of guest consignors, they presented an excellent group of Shorthorn genetics in all categories. The bidding was active in this snappy sale with cattle going to several state across the United States. Congratulation to all for a solid event. $3,700 - Lot 66 - Bred Cow - Waukaru

Melita Rose 5075. A red, polled 2015 daughter of JR Conquest 190T and out of Waukaru IMF Melita 2054 ET selling bred to Spry’s Gigabyt N133 for a Spring 2021 calf. This female comes from one of the leading female lines at Waukaru. The Melita Rose line has produced some of the best for many years. Offered by Waukaru Farms and purchased by Richard Colby of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. $3,650 - Lot 15 - Bred Heifer - BOS Bracelet 513. A roan, polled March 20, 2019 daughter of SS TSF American Muscle and out of BOS Bracelet 26th selling bred to Big Valley Red Cloud 517for a March 2021 calf. This was one of the picks in a very strong group of bred heifers. She has great bone structure to go with a massive body type. Offered by Sha Ron Farms and purchased by Douglas Ziemke of Waco, Nebraska. $3,550 - Lot 16 - Bred Heifer - BOS Lady Ann 493. A r/w, polled March 1, 2019 daughter of SS TSF American Muscle and out of BOS Lady Ann 9th selling bred to JA SP Gale Force SM 6J54 for an early 2021 calf. This was a favorite of many at the sale. She is wide based

and deep bodied with a super sound structure. Offered by Sha Ron Farms and purchased by Warner Ranch of Riverton, Wyoming. $3,400 - Lot 8 - Bred Heifer - WR HC Star 919. A roan, polled March 2, 2019 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out of WR 467 Star 710 selling bred to Muridale Raw Hide 6E for a Spring 2021 calf. This heifer is really deep ribbed and well balanced. A really good daughter of the popular Hot Commodity that will make a great brood cow. Offered by Warner Ranch and purchased by Craig Schroeder of Columbus, Nebraska. $3,200 - Lot 64 - Bred Cow Waukaru Marion 6068. A red, polled 2016 daughter of Byland Top Gun 2G8 and out of Waukaru Marion 2057 selling bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 for a Spring 2021 calf. This was another top female from the Waukaru program. The Top Gun daughters have done a great job at Waukaru and this one will have a great calf with leading Australian influence. Offered by Waukaru Farms and purchased by Sammy Richardson of Marlow, Oklahoma. =

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Where Great Females Make a Difference Sale Summary

19 Open Heifer................$ 147,950.................$ 7,787 5 Plus Open Heifers.........$ 33,750....................$ 6,750 2 Cow/Calf Pairs..............$ 7,750......................$ 3,875 4 Bred Cows.....................$ 9,950......................$ 2,488 4 Bred Heifers...................$ 14,600...................$ 3,650 1 Bull.................................$ 5,250......................$ 5,250 35 Breeding Lots............$ 218,250................$ 6,265 2 Embryo Packages..... $ 5,400................$ 2,700 8 Semen Packages....... $ 8,120................$ 1,015 Sale Gross $232,770

Saturday, October 3, 2020 Greenhorn Cattle Co, Waynesville, Ohio Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Management: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A beautiful Fall day greeted a large crowd to GCC for this year’s sale. As always, there was a great set of open heifer calves and this year’s group was the strongest in recent years. The bidding was very active from the seats as well as on the internet. Buyers made their selections with cattle going to many states across the United States. Congratulations to Dave and Josh as well as the Turner Family and all the guest consignors for the presentation of a premier event.

$27,000 - Lot 2 - Open Heifer - TAD Margie’s Royal Commodity 5H ET. A R/W, polled March 20, 2020 daughter of SULL Current Commodity 7630E and out of GCC Turner’s Margie 542 E ET. This is one of the top show heifer prospects to sell this Fall. She has all the parts to make her a winner. The 542 female is hitting a home run with her production. Offered by Decker Farms and Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Tom Brown of Bluffton, Ohio. $25,500 - Lot 2A - Open Heifer GCC Current Margie 202 ET. A red, polled February 14, 2020 daughter of SULL Current Commodity 7630E and out of GCC Turner’s Margie 542 E ET. A full sister to the Lot 2 heifer and the same type and kind. She is long bodied with a great structure. She will also be a contender in her future. Offered by Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Turner Family Shorthorns of Mahomet, Illinois. $14,000 - Lot 19 - Shorthorn Plus Open Heifer - TAD Margie’s Blueberry 10H ET. A blue roan, polled March 6, 2020 daughter of I 80 and out of HVF MS Margie 7Z ET. This is just an awesome young Plus heifer calf. She

will certainly be a super show heifer. He granddam is the great Margie’s Beauty 610S. Offered by Decker Farms and Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Ryan Beach of Palmyra, Nebraska. $12,500 - Lot 3 - Open Heifer HAMF Margie’s Sweetie W 01 ET. A roan, horned March 10, 2020 daughter of DF Waco 6W and out of D&D Margie’s Beauty 610S ET. What a pedigree here. This is the mating that has produced so many top sellers in this sale in the past several years. This one follows in that mold. One that will show and be a great donor cow. Offered by Hamilton Farms and purchased by Ashten Strissel of Burleson, Texas. $12,500 - Lot 5 - Open Heifer GCC Revival 205 - A roan, polled May 2, 2020 daughter of TRN Omaha 79 and out of SS Royal Revival 265. The Omaha heifers offered in this sale were very impressive in their overall muscle structure to go with the pattern and bone to make them competitors in the show ring. This youngster will hold her own at any show. Offered by Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Mark Nolan of Mendon, Ohio. =

Share the Vision Production Sale Sale Summary

10 Cow/Calf Pairs............$ 51,000....................$ 5,100 18 Open Heifers...............$ 73,700....................$ 4,072 6 Bred Cows.....................$ 14,175....................$ 2,363 7 Bred Heifers...................$ 18,550...................$ 2,061 31 Breeding Lots............$ 157,425................$ 5,078 3 Pregnancies....................$ 6,500......................$ 2,167 3 Embryo Packages..........$ 3,425......................$ 1,142 3 Semen Packages.............$ 1,125......................$ 375 3 Steers...............................$ 2,375......................$ 792 Sale Gross $170,850

Saturday, October 4, 2020 Du-Lynn Farm, Millersburg, Ohio Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Management: Sears Marketing Services, LLC by: Darryl Rahn

A crisp morning welcomed a large crowd to Du-Lynn Farms for this edition of Share the Vision. Du-Lynn and their guest contributors all offered outstanding Shorthorn genetics in all categories from top line show heifer prospect to some great cow/calf pairs. The bidding from the large crowd was very active as well as those bidding on the internet. The result was a very successful event. All involved are to be congratulated. $15,000 - Lot 25B - Open Heifer - CLF Miss Margie 204 ET. A rwm, polled March 10, 2020 daughter of Little Cedar Aviator 503X and out of SULL Miss Margie 9169 ET. This top young 34

prospect rose to the top of a strong group of open show heifers. She has a great front end with the natural thickness that is admired by all. She will be a top show heifer in the future. Offered by Cedar Lane Farm and purchased by Joshua Thomas of Oak Harbor, Ohio. $10,500 - Lot 1 - Cow/Calf Pair - CF Margie 436 SOL X ET. A roan, polled 2014 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET selling bred to TRN GCC Margie’s Power 86 for an early 2021 calf. At her side was a red, polled February 10, 2020 bull calf sired by Free K-Kim Hot Commodity. This is a great pair. A proven donor cow from the Modoc Margie line with a great young herd sire prospect at side. What a great opportunity here. Offered by DuLynn Farm and the cow was purchased by Scott Miller of Wakeman, Ohio and the bull calf by Cedar Lane Farm of Cedarville, Ohio. $6,800 - Lot 7 - Cow/Calf Pair PVF Mystic 21C. A rwm, horned 2015 daughter of Saskvalley Stampede 1286 and out of JSF Mystic 24Y selling bred to CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ET for and early 2021 Spring calf. At her side was a roan, polled March 3, 2020 heifer calf sired by CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ET. This was another very popular pair. A great female in the prime of her life

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with a super young show prospect at side. These two females can truly be foundation pieces for any herd. Offered by Paradise Cattle Company and the cow was purchased by Roger Allen of Rickwood, Ohio and the heifer calf by Michael Sloan of Jacksonville, Ohio. $6,000 - Lot 3B - Open Heifer - CLF Proud Fool 2010 ET. A white, polled May 15, 2020 daughter of CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ET and out of BRH CSF Proud Fool 1506. One of the youngest calves in the sale and clearly one of the best. She will definitely be a contender in the show ring an then has the genetics to be a great mother cow in her future. Offered by Cedar Lane Farm and purchased by Branden Barr of Xenia, Ohio. $6,000 - Lot 12 - Cow/Calf Pair - S/F Margie 118 RB ET. A rwm, polled 2015 daughter of SULL Red Blood and out of CF Margie 9105 SOL. At her side was a R & W, polled bull calf born Sept 24, 2020 sired by TRN GCC Margie’s Power 86. This was a very exciting young pair. The cow has the look of a future donor and the young bull calf appears to a real find. Offered by Miller’s Registered Shorthorns and purchased by Greenhorn Cattle Co of Waynesville, Ohio. =


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National Board of Directors Enlists Several Changes Proposed By-Law Changes and 2020-21 National Queen The National Board of Directors for the National Lassie Association met on September 29, 2020 to discuss numerous topics that would need to be evaluated for the upcoming year, and presented at the National Lassie Annual Meeting, open to all members. In hopes of creating larger participation, the Board has decided to propose a By-Law change to the location of the National Queen Contest. If passed, Effective 2021, the National Queen Contest will be held at the National Junior Shorthorn Show and Conference. With this proposed change, current National Lassie Queen Desirae Logsdon has elected to stay on as queen until the 2021 contest. The following reads as the potential By-Law changes for the National Queen Contest Location.

including current updated application is available online at www.shorthorn. org. May September 1st is the deadline for receiving queen information and pictures.

ARTICLE V: QUEENS Section I. Effective 2021 Beginning in 2012, the National Shorthorn Queen will be elected at the National Junior Shorthorn Show North American International Livestock Exposition annually. The queen handbook

Section 6. The completed application, queen pictures and registration fees for the national contest must be sent to the Queen Officer by May September 1st.

Section 4. Princesses, on a national basis, are not recognized. However, State Lassie Queens and Princesses ages 14+ may participate in a National American Shorthorn Show or Super Regional/ Regional Shows by wearing a smaller crown or designated state crown while in the presence of the National Shorthorn Lassie Queen or the National Alternate Lassie Queen. No State Queen or queen contestant may wear her crown during the National Shorthorn Lassie Queen selection week held during the National Junior Shorthorn Show North American International Livestock Exposition.

The Board would also like to highlight several benefits of becoming National

or Alternate National Lassie Queen. In addition to the National and Alternate National titles, the queens are also competing for a scholarship provided by the National Board, as well as the Shorthorn Foundation. The National Queen receives a $1000 scholarship, as well as additional travel funds, as the Alternate National Queen receives $500 in scholarship with additional travel expenses. The women who decide to run for the National Lassie titles do not need to be current State queens, but they need to be endorsed by their state to be able to compete in the National contest. Due to constraints at the NAILE, the Board has decided to hold a virtual Annual Meeting. All members are invited to attend, this meeting will be covering National board elections, voting on ByLaw changes and more. It will be held on Zoom on Thursday, November 19th at 6:30 PM Central Standard time. The Zoom conference link will be below, and posted separately on Facebook and Instagram. Zoom Code: 97792714191 Passcode: lassie =

National Lassie Annual Meeting All members are invited to attend.

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News & Notes Farewells Donald Keith Johnson, longtime Johnson County farmer, passed away peacefully September 5, 2020 at Pleasantview Home in Kalona at age 91. Donald was born on December 26, 1928 in Iowa City to Elmer and Ella (Moynihan) Johnson. He graduated from Cosgrove High School before attending the University of Iowa. He served in the US Army during the Korean War, being honorably discharged in 1952. On May 8, 1956, Donald married Darlene Kessler in

Iowa City. The couple lived near Cosgrove, where they farmed and raised their five children. The couple enjoyed 63 loving years together until Darlene passed away in 2019. Don was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Iowa City, where he was also a lector. Active in the community, Don was a member of Extension Council, Catholic Order of Foresters, Iowa and American Shorthorn Breeders Association, American Legion, and was a Union Township Trustee. He also served as president on the Johnson County Fair Board, director for the Tiffin Fire Association and spent 10 years as a 4-H leader. He was most proud of raising the 1963 Iowa State Fair Grand Champion Steer.

He is survived by his children, Barbara Taylor (Harvey Diehl) of Iowa City, Kristine (Phillip) Austin of Champlin, Minnesota, Keith Johnson (Stienie Laubscher) oflowa City, Joan (Kevin) Vondracek of Fairfax, and Gary (Lisa) Johnson of Cosgrove; seven grandchildren, Jennifer (Billy) Bergner, Rachel Austin, Corey Johnson, Kyle (Megan) Johnson, Moriah Johnson, Collin Vondracek and Courtney Vondracek, and one greatgranddaughter, Celine Bergner. Donald was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and his brothers, Earl and Patrick Johnson. His family would like to extend a special thanks to the staff at Pleasantview Home for the love and care they provided Donald.

George Allen McLachlan, Jr , of Evart, MI died on October 3, 2020 in Big Rapids, MI. George was born at the family farmstead on Pogy Lake in Chippewa Township on June 27 in 1929 to George Alexander and Agnes Anna (Bush) McLachlan. George attended the Johnson Country School and graduated from Evart High School. He also attended Michigan State University where he received his “short course” certificate in Animal Husbandry. A search for a Shorthorn heifer to add to the herd brought George his loving wife Gloria Gail Cregg and they were wed on December 18, 1965. George and Gail have four children: Jennifer (Charles) Skotynsky of Barryton, Carla (Jeff ) Geeseman of Evart, Sue (Donna Rohrs) McLachlan of Hersey and Craig (Holly) McLachlan of Big Rapids. George found great pride in his four grand children Joe (Angela) Taibl, Hunter and MacKenna Geeseman and Ryker McLachlan. George spent his life as a stockman and farmer. He farmed at the family homestead

during his younger years, raising cash crop potatoes and forage crops. He bred and developed an elite herd of Shorthorn Cattle. These cattle were exhibited at regional and national events for many years. George used skill in merchandising these cattle successfully throughout the U.S. and Canada. George was a longtime member of the American Shorthorn Association and he and Gail were recognized as Builders of the Breed, by the ASA. Additionally, George severed in a multitude of leadership roles in the Michigan Shorthorn Breeders Association serving as secretary, treasure, and president. George loved to share his livestock knowledge and was a generous 4-H leader for over 30 years. Teaching young people about selection, nutrition and development of their livestock projects was a favorite endeavor. He judged hundreds of County and State livestock shows over the years. George also worked at Dean’s Liberty Dairy in Evart and in the late 1970’s was presented with an opportunity to manage the care of the commercial and purebred Simmental beef cattle herd at the Michigan State University, Agriculture Biological Research Center in Lake City, MI. George worked on research projects under the guidance of MSU great’s like Dr. Harlan Ritchie and Dr. Ron Nelson. George set

up the first rotational grazing system at the MSU center in the late 1990’s. After retiring from MSU in 1998, George and Gail returned to the family farm in Evart to work a large garden and tend a small herd of Shorthorn Cattle. George loved his family, good livestock, Tigers baseball and watching the Spartans play good ball. He had a firm handshake, an easy smile and a warm hug for his friends and family. He enjoyed watching his grandchildren excel in whatever endeavor in which they chose to participate. George is remembered fondly for his generosity, knowledge as a stockman, easy way and his love for family. George was preceded in death by his parents, his brother James and a sister Lila. He is survived by a sister Marilyn Meads of Big Rapids, his very close cousin Jake Ludy of Evart, his children and grandchildren and the love of his life Gail. =

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Sales Calendar Nov. 7 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, N.D. Nov. 10 - Highland Farms Show Heifer & Bred Female Online Sale, Pittsfield, Ill., cwcattlesales.com Nov. 14 - Four State Shorthorn Sale, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 15 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, “Where Future Generations Are Created”, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 22 - Bollum Family Shorthorns, “Red, White & Roan” Online Sale, Goodhue, Minn., sconlinesales.com Dec. 8 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, N.D., amsonlinesales. com. Dec. 12 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Production Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. Dec. 14 - Oler Farms Online Sale, Economy, Ind. Pittsfield, Ill., cwcattlesales. com SPRING 2021 Jan. 11 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, Okla. Feb. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durhams in the Dakotas” Bull Sale, Kathryn, N.D. Feb. 9 - Iowa Royal Shorthorn Sale, Iowa Beef Expo, Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 16 - AJSA Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com. Feb. 20 - Baylor Cowden Show Cattle and Hornhead Valley Farm Online Sale, Hickory, Pa., sconlinesales.com

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Feb. 20-21 - Studer Shorthorns and Gilman Shorthorns “Don’t You Think It’s Time” Online Bull Sale, Creston, Iowa, amsonlinesales.com. March 3 - Loving Farms “Predictable Genetics Proven Performance” Sale, Pawnee Rock, Kan. March 6 - Kentucky National Shorthorn Sale, Kentucky Beef Expo, Louisville, Ky. March 10-11 - Cates Farms “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, Ind., amsonlinesales.com. March 10-11 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, Neb., amsonlinesales.com. March 13 - Tennessee Beef Agribition Show and Sale, Lebanon, Tenn. March 20 - Ohio Beef Expo Shorthorn Show and Sale, Columbus, Ohio. March 20 - Waukaru Farms, “The Gethering” Bull Sale, Rensselaer, Ind. March 28 - WHR Shorthorns, “Lone Star Edition XXVII”, Van Alstyne, Texas. April 3 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “The Bull Sale”, Millersburg, Ohio. April 10 - Lazy Bar F and Double G Shorthorns, “Red Dirt Treasures” Shorthorn Production Sale, Seminole, Okla. April 17-18 - The Springtime Revival Sale, Belle Point Ranch, Fort Smith, Ark. = * To have your sale listed in the sales calendar, you must be an advertiser with the Shorthorn Country.

American Shorthorn Association Internship – – – – – –

Three Interns Communications, Registrations, Youth Activities Open to all agricultural majors 2-3 months of great experience at a breed association Information available on juniorshorthorn.com/opportunities/internships/ Application due November 15, 2020 For more information contact shelby@shorthorn.org

Nov. 1 - Garwood Cattle Company Complete Dispersion, Columbiana, OH Nov. 7 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durham Nation”, Production Sale, Kathryn, ND Nov. 15 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, “Where Future Generations Are Created”, Louisville, KY Dec. 8 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com Dec. 12 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Production Sale, Millersburg, OH SPRING 2021 Jan. 11 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, OK Feb. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durhams in the Dakotas”, Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND Feb. 16 - AJSA Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com Feb. 20-21 - Studer Shorthorns and Gilman Shorthorns “Don’t You Think It’s Time” Online Bull Sale, Creston, IA, amsonlinesales. com March 4 - Bratcher Farms Genetics Sale, Elizabeth, IN, amsonlinesales.com March 6-7 - Stangl Shorthorns Open House Bull and Heifer Sale, Java, SD March 10-11 - Cates Farms “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, IN, amsonlinesales.com March 10-11 - Treasures of the Tank, Seward, NE, amsonlinesales.com March 22 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Fall Show Heifer Online Sale, Dunlap, IA March 23 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Bull and Bred Female Sale, Dunlap, IA March 28 - WHR Shorthorns “Lone Star Edition XXVII”, Van Alstyne, TX April 3 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “The Bull Sale”, Millersburg, OH April 6 - AJSA Junior National Fundraiser, amsonlinesales.com April 10 - Lazy Bar F and Double G Shorthorns “Red Dirt Treasures” Shorthorn Production Sale, Seminole, OK

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............................. 35 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.... 41 American Shorthorn Association.... 21 Bennett Land & Cattle................... 35 Berg Shorthorns............................. 35 Bigelow Farms................................ 35 Bollum Family Shorthorns........... IFC Bowman Superior Genetics............ 35 Brooks, Bruce................................. 40 Bye Well Shorthorns....................... 35 Byland Polled Shorthorns............... 35 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC........... 40 Cagwin Farms.................................. 5 Cairns Shorthorns.......................... 35 Cates Farms.................................... 35 Cattle Visions........................... 19, 40 Cornerstone Farms......................... 35 Crawfdown Farms.......................... 35 Dedmon Shorthorns...................... 35 DJS Shorthorns.............................. 35 Double C Shorthorns..................... 35 Dreamy 280 Cattle Company........ 35 DTR Cattle Co.............................. 35 Du-Lynn Farm................................. 9 Duis Farms..................................... 35 Fickbohm Farms............................ 35 Fieser Family Shorthorns................ 37 Greenhorn Cattle Company, LLC.. 37

Haumont Shorthorns..................... 37 Homeplace Farms........................... 37 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.................. 37 Humble Stock Farm....................... 37 Inness Shorthorns........................... 37 Iroquoian Shorthorns..................... 37 James F. Bessler, Inc........................ 40 Jester Farms.................................... 37 Kevin Wendt.................................. 40 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm............ 37 Keystone Shorthorns...................... 37 KSS Keystone Shorthorns............... 37 KW Cattle Co................................ 37 Laban’s Roanoke Farm.................... 37 Legacy Ranch................................. 37 Leveldale Farms.............................. 37 Little Cedar Cattle Co.................... 37 McCall Show Cattle....................... 37 McKee Family Shorthorns.............. 39 Meyer Family Shorthorns............... 39 Meyer Farms.................................. 39 Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust.. 39 Norman Farms............................... 39 Oklahoma Shorthorn Association... 15 Oler Farm................................ 11, 39 Paint Valley Farms......................... BC Peak View Ranch.............................. 7 Phildon Farms................................ 39

Revival Sale..................................IBC Richardson Farms Shorthorns........ 39 Robjoy Shorthorns......................... 39 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle............... 39 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.............. 39 Schrag 605..................................... 39 Sears Marketing Services, LLC....... 40 SharBen Shorthorns....................... 39 Singing H Shorthorns.................... 39 Smith Family Farms....................... 39 Smoky Mountain Farm.................. 39 Stangl Shorthorns........................... 39 Stone Springs Shorthorns............... 39 Sullivan Farms................................ 40 Sullivan Supply.............................. 40 Sutherland Shorthorns................... 40 The Summit..................................... 3 Top Notch Stock Farm................... 40 Turner Family Shorthorns.............. 40 Tynywtra’s...................................... 40 Utterback Show Cattle................... 40 Warner Ranch................................ 40 Waukaru Shorthorns...................... 40 Wilson Livestock Agency................ 40

What is your Favorite Beef Recipe? Beef and Noodles! It’s so simple yet soooo good!

What is your favorite color of shorthorn? Dark Red, it’s just something about how they look that make them pop out!

Where was your favorite Junior Nationals? Lebanon, TN

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Junior Sp li t w h Mya Herrick aGE: 17

Fremont, OH