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november 2019

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.


Shorthorn Country november 2019 issue 10 • volume 46

= Features

Bull Lease Agreement....................................................................... 10 ASA Performance Awards................................................................ 14 ASA Meeting Delegates.................................................................... 20

=Show Results

Minnesota State Fair - Regional Show............................................ 22 Kansas State Fair - Regional Show.................................................. 23 Tri-State - Regional Show................................................................. 24 Keystone International Livestock Exposition Show...................... 46 Keystone International Livestock Exposition Junior Show.......... 50 Kentucky State Fair - Super Regional Show................................... 52

= Sale Reports

RC Show Cattle “Early Bird” Elite Show Heifer Sale..................... 54 Eyes On The Midwest ....................................................................... 54 2019 Ohio Fall Showcase Sale......................................................... 55 The Great Shorthorn Revival Shorthorn Sale................................ 55 Fall Harvest Production Sale............................................................ 56 Hill Haven Selection Sale.................................................................. 56 Where Great Females Make A Difference Sale.............................. 57

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Online Sale Packages & Sale Catalogs

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

=Departments

Update..................................................................................6 Association Outlook..........................................................8 Beef Business.....................................................................13 Beef Blurb..........................................................................19 Junior Corner....................................................................19 News & Notes....................................................................58 Sales Calendar...................................................................65 Ad Index............................................................................66

Shorthorn Country

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The November cover was taken by Sterling Reichenbach, Sterling Photography, at The Great Shorthorn Revival Sale.

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


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= Shorthorn Update

7607 NW Prairie View Rd. • Kansas City, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 • FAX: 816-599-7782

Montie D. Soules, asa executive secretary/CEO montie@shorthorn.org Matt Woolfolk, director of performance programs, performance data & commercial acceptance • matt@ shorthorn.org Heather Lange, director of 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 Rick Leone, president 719-468-1981 Nancy Grathwohl-Heter, vice president 785-587-7947 Hugh Mooney, executive director 916-319-0488 Tom Turner, 614-499-5248 Robert Alden, 816-632-8509 Joe Bales, 615-330-2342 Dave Greenhorn, 937-470-6552 Toby Jordan, 219-819-4603 John Sonderman, 402-641-0936 Shorthorn Foundation Bill Rasor, president American Junior Shorthorn Association Kane Aegerter, president National Shorthorn Lassies Shay Bakenhus, president

North American Schedule (NAILE) - 2019 Thursday, Nov. 14 12 noon Cattle may arrive Friday, Nov. 15 9 a.m. - 12 noon Check-In: Open & Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus females and bulls Saturday, Nov. 16 TBD Junior ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Broadbent Arena 10:00 a.m. AJSA Funding the Future/Deck the Stalls raffle tickets on sale 2:00 p.m. National Shorthorn Lassie Annual Meeting 4:00 p.m. (approx.) Deck the Stalls, Junior Fundraising - raffle drawing and auction Sunday, Nov. 17 8:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn Heifer Show - Freedom Hall Monday, Nov. 18 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. Presentation of Show Honoree - Ron Rutan Cattle released at conclusion of show. Stalling Requests: Send ALL stalling requests to Emily by Nov. 1- emilyv@shorthorn.org

National Western Schedule (NWSS) - 2020 Wednesday, January 15, 2020 7:00 a.m. Yard cattle begin arriving Thursday, January 16, 2020 9:00 a.m. Begin processing all pen cattle Friday, January 17, 2020 8:00 p.m. Hill cattle begin arriving Saturday, January 18, 2020 8:00-11:00 a.m. Check-in all Junior and Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Hill cattle 9:00 a.m. National Shorthorn Pen Bull & Heifer Show followed by Yards Shorthorn Social

Presentation of Show Honoree during the Pen Show in the Yards- Derek Jungels

Sunday, January 19, 2020 11:00 a.m. Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show followed by Open ShorthornPlus Bull & ShorthornPlus Female Show 5:00 p.m. Mile High Summit Shorthorn Social - National Western Club 6:00 p.m. “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale - NWC Monday, January 20, 2020 11:30 a.m. Open Shorthorn Female & Bull Show 5:00 p.m. All Hill cattle released Tuesday, January 21, 2020 7:00 a.m. All Yard cattle released

Entry Deadline Open/Junior/Yards : November 20 Entry forms can be found at www.nationalwestern.com. All entries must have a registration number, pending numbers are not accepted.

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ASA Dates of Note November Nov. 1 Inventories mailed for 2020 WHR Nov. 15 Fort Worth entry deadline Nov. 16 NAILE - Jr. ShorthornPlus Show Nov. 16 Deck the Stalls Junior Fundraiser - at NAILE, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 17 NAILE - Jr. Shorthorn Show Nov. 18 NAILE - Jack C. Ragsdale National ShorthornPlus Show followed by National Shorthorn Show Nov. 20 NWSS entry deadline (Open/Junior/Yards) Nov. 22-23 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet, Hilton Kansas City Airport Nov. 28-29 ASA Office Closed - Thanksgiving and day after December Dec. 24-Jan.1 ASA Office Closed January Jan. 1 2020 ASA Membership is due Jan. 9 Deadline for early discount for 2020 WHR assessment fees ($16) Jan. 18 NWSS Pen Show Jan. 19 NWSS Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifer Show Jan. 19 NWSS Open ShorthornPlus Bull & Female Show Jan. 19 “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale at the NWSS Jan. 20 NWSS National Shorthorn Bull & Female Show February Feb. 2 Fort Worth Stock Show - National Shorthorn Show -9 am Feb. 5-7 NCBA Convention & Trade Show- San Antonio, Texas Feb. 18 Funding the Future Online Junior Fundraiser - amsonlinesales.com Feb. 28 Membership becomes delinquent at 11:59pm CT if not paid March March 1 Late fees incur for WHR Assessment starting March 1 ($25)

2019 NAILE Judges Open Shorthorn Show: Alan Miller Open ShorthornPlus Show: Mark Johnson Junior Shorthorn Show: Zach Butler Junior ShorthornPlus Show: Parker Henley

Help Support the Juniors! Nov. 16 • Deck the Stalls, at NAILE, Louisville, Ky.

Feb. 18 • Funding the Future Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com

Regular Office Hours

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

2019 International Year Code: G


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T Kane Captain x

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SULL Master of Rose x

JSF Master of Jazz X SULL Rose Mary

T FAIR Red, White & Roan

Jake’s Proud Jazz X KG Cinderella 939

STAR Patriot CS179E *x

MAV Bellringer x Hot Commodity

CSF Backdraft 703 RR ET *x

SULL Red Reward 9321 X WHR LS Demi 8931 ET

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T DMH Cherry Fillet Western Trademark 3rd X Maid of Promise H 189th

T Saskvalley Yesterday

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MAV Chrisma 906W X DJS SC SP Anndelle J 921

T Homedale Creole 135

GFS Creole 9590 ET X Homedale Ruby S 914

T SULL Red Sensation 6554

Red Reward X SULL Rose Mary 636-3

FSF Near Perfect

T Bar N Creedence 540C

SRV Quiet Man (THC) 3BC Hard Rock X CHSC Elegant Queen

HP Manimal 1C *s

FSF Bearcat 37Z ET X FSF Madeline’s Rose S247 ET Saskvalley Bonanza X JSF Rosewood

Prospect Hill Alarado 33A X  JDMC Miss Remedy 124Z

Hill Haven Firestorm

T BFS Master Prince *x

DF Waco 6W X Hill Haven Breathtaker 35Y SEXED SEMEN Available

Jake’s Prince of Jazz x KL Prime Time Paymaster

T JSF Mr Right 151Z

Leveldale Righteous 084 X KL Notable Nita

BS Ghost Rider

Jake’s Proud Jazz 266L X HA First Ruby

TKA TC Purple Haze 07E *x

ALM Chiller x Daybreak Express

T Muridale Jaxson 4A x

Buster 14K X Bonanza daughter

FSF Perfection 812

FSF Near Perfect X FSF Sierra Crystal

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DF Talledega 3X ET x

T Leveldale North Face 562 *x

Studer’s Taylor Made 7Y X Leveldale Nan Again 110Y

T Creekside Amp 32W x

Alta Cedar Signature X Banner Julia Ann 34J

T Bar N Ripper 99A x

JDMC Remedy X JDMC Rocksie

T Alta Cedar Code Red x

Bloodstone 603 ET X Poppin Girl 2R01 ET

Alta Cedar Code-Red 24S X Lassie 16T

MSC Sarge *x

T CSF/Lakeside Rooster 394 ET

Captain Obvious x Sonny

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866-356-4565

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WHR RT Augusta Sunrise X HD Reflection

SULL Roan Blast 0301 ET

SULL GNCC Asset ET X SULL Beauty Queen 570 ET

CLF Foolin’ Around 1401 ET x Sonny X SULL Fool Me 508 WT

SULL Right Knight 5664C E ET x CF Trump X K-Kim Mona Lisa 10T ET SEXED SEMEN Available

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= Association Outlook Shorthorns Globally Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

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just returned from the World Shorthorn Conference in Australia, sharing thoughts and ideas as well as meeting with other breeders and association staff from different countries. The common passion for the Shorthorn breed around the globe was remarkable. The Australian Shorthorn Society is a member of the IGS Genetic Evaluation performance data bank; united with the USA and Canada with all our Shorthorn data in the same basket for comparison. I was asked to make a presentation on Breed Collaboration to the conference attendees. This collaboration is the key to a global data bank of Shorthorn genetics to compare around the world. I would like to share some stats that I was given by the folks at IGS regarding the advantages of including more Shorthorn global data in the IGS Genetic Evaluation. First, there are currently 1,680,385 Shorthorn records in the data bank from three countries: Canada has 143,788 head, Australia has 562,923 head and the ASA in the US has 973,674 head presently in the data bank. There are 419 common Shorthorn records from all three counties; which account for 101,280 progeny from those 419 common records. This provides a high degree of cross-comparisons that increases the accuracy of our genetic evaluation. I promoted the collaboration for all Shorthorn associations globally to become part of one broad data bank which would make all Shorthorn

performance records comparable and significantly augment the accuracy of cross-country comparisons, giving our breed more strength against other breeds in our performance data. A breed that may be smaller in numbers in its own country, automatically becomes a powerhouse globally. A representative from each country reported on the activity in their respective country. Agriculture was struggling in most cases around the world - reasons were different, but the hardships were there for everyone. In Australia, we witnessed a severe drought like I have never seen, the UK is dealing with Brexit and the list goes on and on. Shared problems include the continued acceptance of beef globally, new meat replacement products, bovine being criticized for global warming and the animal activist groups are concerns worldwide. There are more similarities for Shorthorn breeders regardless of where they are from than we may think. Collaborating as a bigger group will not only give our performance data power, it will give us strength in winning other battles ahead for our product. These are genuine issues and we must all work together to send a positive message. The Australian government sponsors a group that does research into market share of beef around the world. Their research has determined that only household incomes of $75,000 US dollars or more are targeted. This is

up almost double from a few years ago when they did the same research. Their data suggests this income equivalence is required for families to afford quality beef and proves our product must be superior in quality and taste to keep the consumer purchasing beef. How does this translate to what we do on a daily basis? I believe it means we need more genomics and carcass data to ensure our future and the need to have more animals ultra-sounded; it is imperative to produce a higher quality product. Our future depends on it. I strongly urge you to make plans to attend the next World Shorthorn Conference in the UK in 2022. This will represent 200 years of celebrating the Coates Herd Book for the Shorthorn Breed. The ASA will also be celebrating our 150 years of the American Shorthorn Association in 2022, the oldest beef breed registry in the USA. As a reminder to everyone, our Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet is this month, Nov. 22 & 23 in Kansas City. By the time you receive this issue of the Shorthorn Country, registrations will have closed. If you have not registered and can make it, don’t shy away! Please contact the office and we will try to get you included. We have an exciting program scheduled and the Shorthorn fellowship is the best part. Sharing ideas and the passion for our breed is the most important activity we have as our breed continues to grow! =

American Shorthorn Association Mission Statement The mission of the American Shorthorn Association is to serve all members and enhance the value of the Shorthorn breed by managing data, maintaining the integrity of the herdbook, educating members and communicating the value of Shorthorn cattle resulting in the expanded use of Shorthorn genetics in the U.S. beef industry.

American Shorthorn Association Vision Statement

Be recognized in the industry as a viable British breed that creates profitability in beef cattle production, with a family friendly environment.

Core Strategies Educate, equip and empower our members

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Increase commercial interest in Shorthorn genetics

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Continue to develop and support the Junior program

Invest in research and development to enable breed improvement


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2019 AMERICAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA Hilton Kansas City Airport, Kansas City, MO, November 23, 2019, 2:00 pm Central Time CALL TO ORDER: Rick Leone, President

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

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

NOMINATING COMMITTEE REPORT: Ed Kruse, Chairman

INTRODUCTION OF BOARD MEMBERS: President, Rick Leone (Self-Introduction) Vice President, Nancy Grathwohl-Heter Executive Director, Hugh Mooney Director, Joe Bales Director, Tom Turner Director, Robert Alden Director, David Greenhorn Director, Toby Jordan Director, John Sonderman 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 Kane Aegerter, AJSA President LASSIE REPORT: LASSIE QUEENS: SHORTHORN FOUNDATION REPORT: COMMITTEE REPORTS: Shorthorn Commercial Acceptance Committee Chair, Lee Miller-Vice Chair, James Parnell-ASA Board Liaison, Toby Jordan; Shorthorn Genetic Evaluation Committee Chair, Cory Bollum-Vice Chair, Scott Loving-ASA Board Liaison, John Sonderman; ShorthornPlus/Composite Committee Chair, Susan Jordan-Vice Chair, Ethan Gilman-ASA Board Liaison, David Greenhorn; Shorthorn Promotion

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Committee Chair, Aaron Hahn-Vice Chair, Mark Gordon-ASA Board Liaison, Hugh Mooney; Shorthorn 150th Anniversary Celebration Committee Chair, Tom TurnerVice Chair, Joe Bales INTRODUCTION OF OTHER COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Shorthorn Senior Show Committee Chair, Jeff Bedwell-Vice Chair, Denny Jordan-ASA Board Liaison, Robert Alden; Shorthorn Junior Advisors Committee Appointed Jim & Beverly Freed, Charles Curtis-ASA Board Liaison, Joe Bales; Nominating Committee Chair, Ed Kruse ANNOUNCE NEW BOARD MEMBERS: ANNOUNCE NEW NOMINATING COMMITTEE: PRESENTATION OF OUTGOING BOARD MEMBERS: RETIRING PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS: ADJOURN:


= Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

Whole Herd Reporting Facts and Tips The end of October through the month of November is as jam-packed a time-frame as you will find on the Shorthorn calendar. The American Royal, North American, ASA Annual Meeting, and several Shorthorn sales all occur in a 5 week window this fall; and of course there is always Thanksgiving on the November agenda. With plenty of events across the country still to attend, I hope to see many of you somewhere on the road between now and the end of the year. It’s certainly hard to think about next year right now, but if you are able to plan ahead, it could be beneficial to you when it comes time to register your 2020 calf crop with the ASA Whole Herd Reporting (WHR) program. Some of the most common questions that we get in the office on an almost daily basis relate to the WHR program. With WHR inventories being mailed out soon, I will take the opportunity to highlight the WHR process and timeline. Your 2020 WHR inventories will be mailed the first of November. The WHR inventory is where you will account for all active breeding females in your herd and remove any cows that have left your place over the past year. There are two ways to complete your WHR for 2020. You can fill out the paper form you receive and mail it back to ASA with payment, or you can log in to your Digital Beef account and do your

assessments there; as well as settle your balance by credit card while on Digital Beef. It is important when removing cows from your inventory to use as accurate of a disposal code as possible. Check the list of disposal codes when updating your inventory to indicate the reason for her removal from the herd (Death, sold for old age, fertility issues, etc.). The disposal codes will be printed with your inventory or available as the drop down menu from the “Dispose/ Exempt” button if you choose to do your assessments on the computer. Yearling heifers that are not going to calve in 2020 do not have to be included on the WHR assessment inventory. To exempt those heifers from your inventory, use the code number 51 “Active-WHR Exempt, Shorthorn heifer held from breeding”. Doing it this way will keep those heifers active so you can do a WHR assessment on them when they have that first calf in 2021. If there is a heifer listed on your inventory that has been culled and will not calve in your herd in 2021, use the proper disposal code to permanently remove her from your account. The fee for a WHR assessment on a breeding female is $20. If you get your assessments completed before January 10, a $4 per head discount is applied, making the assessment fee $16 per breeding female. From January 10 to March 1, the $20 per head rate applies.

After March 1 through the remainder of the 2020 calendar year, the WHR assessment fee is $25 per breeding female. When you do your WHR assessments for your herd, that fee gives you some value on each of your breeding females. The registration of her calf is included in that WHR assessment fee, as well as covering the first transfer of that calf after you sell it. The WHR assessment only covers the first transfer of the calf, and any future transfers of that animal will be charged to the seller. While it’s not the typical holiday season activity, getting your WHR assessments done before the early January cutoff is worth the time to complete it in exchange for your peace of mind and break on your wallet when it comes time to start registering calves. Being up to date on WHR will bring one less headache to the calf registration process. The monetary savings of getting ahead of the curve on completing the WHR for 2020 are also noteworthy. We all love saving a little money! If I am not lucky enough to run into you this month, I hope you and your loved ones have a happy Thanksgiving. Even in the tough economic times we are facing in production agriculture, we still have plenty of blessings from the Lord above. Enjoy the time with those that you care about, and I hope you make sure there is beef on the menu! =

American Shorthorn Association Internship • Three Interns • Communications Intern • Registrations Intern • Youth Activities Intern • Open to all agricultural majors • 2-3 months of great experience at a breed association • Information available on juniorshorthorn.com • Application due November 15, 2019 • For more information contact shelby@shorthorn.org

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Performance Award Winners for 2018 Recognized at the American Shorthorn Association’s Awards Banquet on November, 23 2019 2018 Owner Rankings for Pace Performance Sire & Dams NAME

CITY/STATE

PERFORMANCE DAM

PACESETTER DAM

PERFORMANCE SIRE

PACEMAKER SIRE

LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS PAWNEE ROCK, KS 12 7 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS WEISSERT, NE 10 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. HARDYVILLE, KY 10 MATTHEW GATTSHALL GOODLAND, KS 9 LEVELDALE FARMS PEORIA HEIGHTS, IL 5 2 1 DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC REWEY, WI 7 BYLAND LOUDONVILLE, OH 5 1 KEITH H LAUER ABILENE, KS 6 OAKWOOD FARMS GRAND MARSH, WI 6 STANGL SHORTHORNS JAVA, SD 4 1 1 WAUKARU FARMS INC RENSSELAER, IN 3 2 1 HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS SEDALIA, MO 5 KRUSE RANCH KIMBALL, NE 5 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC FOWLER, CO 5 DALE STUDER FAMILY CRESTON, IA 4 FICKBOHM FARMS NEWELL, SD 4 FORNI FARMS GRANVILLE, OH 3 1 JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM KATHRYN, ND 2 2 ADAM DONNELLY CLEAR LAKE, WI 3 BRUNS CATTLE RENVILLE, MN 3 DON CAGWIN VIRGINIA, IL 3 IDALEE FARM JEROME, ID 3 KEEBLER FARMS, INC. STERLING, NE 3 KENWOOD FARMS LISBON, OH 3 NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER CRESTON, IA 3 PAINT VALLEY FARMS MILLERSBURG, OH 2 1 SHADYBROOK FARM LTD WEST BROME, QC 1 2 5J FARMS, LLC OLNEY SPRINGS, CO 2 ADRIANNE SCHAUNAMAN ABERDEEN, SD 1 1 BERT L. MOORE INDIANOLA, IA 2 CLAY OSTERDAY JAVA, SD 2 CROOKED POST ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, AB 1 1 DR. RAYMOND EDIGER FREDERICK, MD 2 FAIRVIEW STOCK FARMS COLUMBUS, NE 2 FRICK FAMILY FARM HUTCHINSON, MN 2 GILMAN SHORTHORNS STUART, IA 2 MAPLE CREST MEADOWS SPRING VALLEY, WI 2 THE BOLLUM FAMILY AUSTIN, MN 2 VANDERWAL SHORTHORNS VOLGA, SD 2 WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS SMITHFIELD, KY 2 Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS CORVALLIS, MT 2 AMY WHITFIELD MERCED, CA 1 BEN BROCKMUELLER FREEMAN, SD 1 BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES FAIRCHILD, WI 1 BRADEN HAHN MINONK, IL 1 BROCK DAVID STUDER CRESTON, IA 1 COLLIN VANDERWAL VOLGA, SD 1 CONNOR BOLLUM AUSTIN, MN 1 DONALD W ST LEDGER ALBION, IL 1 FRANK LAMPHIER & SONS HORSE CAVE, KY 1 GARY ALBERTSON WHEELING, MO 1 GREG CRAWFORD FAMILY ROCA, NE 1 HIVELY’S HIGHLAND FARMS, LTD NEW WATERFORD, OH 1 HUGH MOONEY ELK GROVE, CA 1 J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY GREENS FORK, IN 1 JUSTIN FRICK HUTCHINSON, MN 1 LAYMAN PHILLIPS MILLRY, AL 1 LONGVIEW FARMS NEW VIRGINIA, IA 1 MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW O NEALS, CA 1 MERIDETH LAND & CATTLE LLC FAYETTE, MO 1 POPLAR LANE SHORTHORNS CALEDON, ON 1 R & K FARMS MC CLAVE, CO 1 SCOTT LOVING PAWNEE ROCK, KS 1 TAYLOR GRACE BIGELOW O NEALS, CA 1 THE STARK FAMILY CANNON FALLS, MN 1 TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS FREEMAN, SD 1 WARNER RANCH SHORTHORNS, LLC RIVERTON, WY 1 WHITNEY MILLER SHREVE, OH 1 WILDWOOD FARM BUFFALO, MN 1

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2018 Performance Dams REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

AR4243767 5J DOLLY’S GIRL JSF FORTRESS 169X 5J FARMS, LLC AR59557 5J JUNE BUG 20A JSF FORTRESS 169X 5J FARMS, LLC 4180239 ADS ANNA’S CLEMENTINE 01Y BRENTWOOD TRAILMAKER ADAM DONNELLY 4191418 HATTIE 232Z SBR SLIDER 48U ADRIANNE SCHAUNAMAN 4165326 SUNNY DAY ROMEO’S LUCK 6X K-KIM ROMEO 909 AMY WHITFIELD 4166015 MINNIE OF VOLGA 050X OLD SKOOL OF VOLGA 840U AUSTIN VANDERWAL 4202508 BAR J S JAZZY MAIDEN 368 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 1104 BAR J S SHORTHORNS 4211102 MAPLETON JULIE 2629 A&T RAWHIDE 962 BERT L. MOORE 4135539 MAPLETON JULIE 629S HOMEDALE FAMOUS 135 BERT L. MOORE 4215570 SBR LEXY 229 SBR RIDER 44S BLANE OSTERDAY 4220252 BROOKVIEW BIZZY QUEEN 33B RS AFTER HOURS ET BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES 4159206 CEDAR RIDGE JACKIE AR SU LU LEGACY 65 BROCKMUELLER SHORTHORNS 4256864 BYLAND AUGUSTA 4B6 SASKVALLEY BONANZA 219M BYLAND 4204759 BYLAND BONNIE BUD 3R43 JSF RELOAD 32T X BYLAND 4193866 BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY 2RW97 JSF REAL WORLD 16R X BYLAND 4219187 BYLAND ELLEN 4G31 JSF GAUGE 137W BYLAND 4219200 BYLAND VELVET 4CR63 M BAR CASTLEROCK 019X BYLAND 4202212 SBR CHERRY BLOSSOM 352A JSF GOLDENROD 57U CLAY OSTERDAY 4191414 SBR JERRI 211Z SBR SLIDER 48U CLAY OSTERDAY 4166011 PRINCESS VAL OF VOLGA 029 GRANITE OF VOLGA 804U COLLIN VANDERWAL 4194297 CROOKED POST LASSIE 67Y CROOKED POST TAMARACK 17W CROOKED POST 4190009 WAUKARU CAPRI 1080 ET WAUKARU GOLD MINE 2109 CROOKED POST 4207805 DSF BEAUTY 44B FOXWILLOW SOVEREIGN 3S DALE STUDER FAMILY 4207921 DSF FERG 69B EIONMOR MARQUIS 86G DALE STUDER FAMILY 4200864 CCS ELLIE MAE 58A ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T DON CAGWIN 4200944 CCS JACI 227A SPRYS ALL GOLD D052 DON CAGWIN 4180421 COUNTRY BOY KATIE 2Y DF WACO 6W DONALD W ST LEDGER 4216390 DMCC BELLA GM 36B DMCC GOLDEN MOON 13Y DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4186239 DMCC BINGO TWSTR 18Y MM TWISTER 02U DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4197306 DMCC BRANDI SLVR FX 19Z RMMR SILVER FOXX 21U DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4228170 DMCC ELLE PS 11B DMH PRIVATE SELECTION ET DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4207702 DMCC MONICA TRLBS 43A RMMR TRAILBOSS 05W ET DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4197307 DMCC PEACH TRLBS 21Z RMMR TRAILBOSS 05W ET DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC 4137610 DRC 7116HU DRC 38UM DOVER RANCH, CORP.W 4154080 RDE MERIWETHER 901 RDE SIRE CLIVE 646 DR. RAYMOND EDIGER 4196463 FAIRVIEW DVR HONEY 2A STUDER’S TRENDSETTER 31T FAIRVIEW STOCK FARMS 4180138 FF DUSTER AR SU LU GRANT 794 ET FICKBOHM FARMS AR61692 FS KEYSTONE TR FR 263 FICKBOHM FARMS 4213160 FS LADY ROSE TR GOLDCARD SANTA CRUZ FICKBOHM FARMS 4213156 FS QUEEN’S LAND TR GOLDCARD SANTA CRUZ FICKBOHM FARMS 4181156 BFS JEALOUSY PAR ANN RD ET HS RODEO DRIVE 062WR FRED RIPBERGER AR59044 4F AURORA WONDERFUL WILDWOOD GABE WG FRICK FAMILY FARM 4227111 GAL/SMF QUEEN JO 433 HOMEDALE SLCC HOSS GALBREATH FARMS 4179981 WOLF RIDGE CINDY 48Y WOLF RIDGE PIONEER P108S GARY KAPER 4199418 GILMAN’S MINNIE 323A A&T CAPTAIN OBVIOUS 606S GILMAN SHORTHORNS 4172203 GLEN HAVEN MINNIE 670 GLEN HAVEN MAJESTIC GLEN HAVEN SHORTHORNS 4177665 GCF ROBIN 103Y SULL-GNCC FINAL SOLUTION ET GREG CRAWFORD FAMILY 4194811 HAHN ELIZABETH T23A STUDER’S RED TRAIN 1X HAHN FAMILY SHORTHORNS LLC 4202072 CHERRY 694TH PROMISE A ROSE 06 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4214904 CHERRY 704TH PROMISED T. ROSES ‘10 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4202083 CHERRY BLOSSOM H. 290TH CHIEF OF ROSES ‘07 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4161587 HELIANTHUS H. 172ND COMMANDER L L 04 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4202120 LILAC LADY H. 287TH CB M CB2ND 06 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4214838 LILAC LADY H. 289TH HIS PROMISE HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4202050 LILAC LILY 180TH HIS PROMISE HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4182632 MAID OF PROMISE H 265TH CHIEF OF ROSES ‘07 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4214812 ROSABELL 545TH PROMISED T. ROSES ‘10 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4214856 ROSABELL 552ND PROMISED T. ROSES ‘10 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4202064 SECRET BEAUTY H. 170TH PROMISE A ROSE 06 HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 4218351 NILE VALLEY MAID 58 THF NILE VALLEY ALEX GREAT-THF-P HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS 4218617 NILE VALLEY MAID 68 THF P RIDGE VIEW DEEPWATER HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS 4219490 NILE VALLEY MAID 71 P WAUKARU LUCAS 2036 HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS 4218472 NILE VALLEY MARY MAID 2 NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS 4218944 NILE VALLEY ROSE 52 P NILE VALLEY MAGIC MADE P HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS 4174462 WH TEX’S PICTURE PERFECT SD HSTD TEX RITTER 29U ET HERMAN & PEGI WITTE 4214561 HHF CINDY BEAUTY 8B ABERTEES THE PROFESSOR HIVELY’S HIGHLAND FARMS, LTD 4216343 IDALEE EDDY LEAH ET SASKVALLEY LUCKY EDDY 13X HORSESHOE CREEK FARMS LTD. 4209846 EF MATCHLESS 453 WAUKARU IMF 0080 ET HUMBLE STOCK FARM 4213669 IDALEE LEADER LCN HARVEST YY ULTRA LEADER 223Z IDALEE FARM 4191087 IDALEE LINCOLN VELMA J BAR J LINCOLN 827TH IDALEE FARM 4192940 BSG MINNIE 1254 OF 105T SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE 105T J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY 4207472 BSG MINNIE 1429 OF 13N ALTA CEDAR LAD 13N J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY 4211463 BC RED SUE 94B JDMC BIG SKY 15X JDMC CATTLE COMPANY 4211460 BC SYLVIA 16B ALTA CEDAR STAMPEDE 2X JDMC CATTLE COMPANY

5J FARMS, LLC 5J FARMS, LLC ADAM DONNELLY ADRIANNE SCHAUNAMAN AMY WHITFIELD VANDERWAL SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS BERT L. MOORE BERT L. MOORE STANGL SHORTHORNS BOETTCHER’S BROOKVIEW ACRES BEN BROCKMUELLER BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND BYLAND CLAY OSTERDAY CLAY OSTERDAY COLLIN VANDERWAL CROOKED POST WAUKARU FARMS INC BROCK DAVID STUDER DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER DON CAGWIN DON CAGWIN DONALD W ST LEDGER DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS DR. RAYMOND EDIGER FAIRVIEW STOCK FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS FICKBOHM FARMS THE BOLLUM FAMILY FRICK FAMILY FARM GARY ALBERTSON PAINT VALLEY FARMS GILMAN SHORTHORNS DALE STUDER FAMILY GREG CRAWFORD FAMILY BRADEN HAHN FAIRVIEW STOCK FARMS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HAUMONT SHORTHORNS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS HENDRICKSON TST/NILE VALLEYFARMS TAYLOR GRACE BIGELOW HIVELY’S HIGHLAND FARMS, LTD IDALEE FARM LEVELDALE FARMS IDALEE FARM IDALEE FARM DON CAGWIN DOUBLE M CATTLE COMPANY LLC BRUNS CATTLE BRUNS CATTLE

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4182092 JDMC SILVIA 51Y MAPLETON FILLET 7205 JDMC CATTLE COMPANY 4173588 ADS LADY FELEEN 004X ET BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 JR RANCH 4201375 JSF MAUDE 101A JSF TROUBADOUR 37W JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4152584 JSF BABE 86W SBR TSUNAMI 20T JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4202171 KF CHENIA KK KF LINCOLN CH KEEBLER FARMS, INC. 4186700 KF FAYETTE VIEW FF RS DV 034 207 09 KEEBLER FARMS, INC. 4209186 KF JAZZIE DOUBLE V AR JSF ZEN MASTER 67Y ET KEEBLER FARMS, INC. 4220483 KL ALUSTUS AUGUSTA ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 1116 KEITH H LAUER 4220491 KL MINA STAR 4F42 KL ROYAL SYNCHRONIZER KEITH H LAUER 4167012 KL MINA STAR 9F8 KL PRIME TIME DOT COM KEITH H LAUER 4220464 KL RITA JOY KL ROYAL DUTY 103 KEITH H LAUER 4220467 KL ROSEWOOD PR ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 1116 KEITH H LAUER 4194425 KL ROYAL VELVET ROSE KL PRIME TIME ACHIEVER KEITH H LAUER 4153129 KL DOT NITA KL PRIME TIME DOT COM KEITH H LAUER 4174991 KENWOOD ABBYBUS 1034 KENWOOD BUSTER 807 KENWOOD FARMS 4213303 KENWOOD GA BROOK 1413 JSF GAUGE 137W KENWOOD FARMS 4185901 KENWOOD KB JODY 1136 KENWOOD BUSTER 807 KENWOOD FARMS AR48001 KRUSE ALICE 9107 TC STOCKMAN 365 KRUSE RANCH AR61855 KRUSE DAISY 200B JAKE’S WIZARD 246W KRUSE RANCH AR50993 KRUSE ISLE 0105 KRUSE RELOAD 707 KRUSE RANCH AR61842 KRUSE NANCY 178B KRUSE JAKE 118Y KRUSE RANCH AR61854 KRUSE NANCY 191B JAKE’S WIZARD 246W KRUSE RANCH AR46054 PFF LADY EAGLE PFF WAR EAGLE 121R LAYMAN PHILLIPS 4212328 LEVELDALE RHINESTONE 458B LEVELDALE PLAYER 249Z LEVELDALE FARMS AR54216 LEVELDALE KAY 163Y JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W LEVELDALE FARMS AR61374 LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 418B RS DV 034 04 119 07 LEVELDALE FARMS 4120757 LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 606S LEVELDALE JAVA 3310N LEVELDALE FARMS 4212315 LEVELDALE RUTH 438B STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE FARMS 4199149 LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 305A MAV BELLRINGER 804U LEVELDALE FARMS 4165457 LIT’L BIT PRETTY JESSICA JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L LIT’L BIT SHORTHORNS AR62080 HLVF ORANGEBUD 406U 2086 WAUKARU UNLIMITED 2086 ET LONGVIEW FARMS 4227936 ASH VALLEY CUMBRLAND 4797 JSF MARQUIS 127X LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4214608 ASH VALLEY EAGLE 4028 KAPER 4508 LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4214648 ASH VALLEY GRACE 4097 ASH VALLEY JAZZ 1227 ET LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4185200 ASH VALLEY JAZZY 2605 JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4227349 ASH VALLEY LADY 4722 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0665 LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4213902 ASH VALLEY OKIE 1251 ET JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS AR60473 ASH VALLEY OKIE 3386 JDMC ROYAL COMMANDO 3Y LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4198567 ASH VALLEY ROSE 2750 KAPER 4508 LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4208944 ASH VALLEY ROSE 3369 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS 4170378 MCM AUSSIE AUGUSTA 1019 ET GLENELL IMF B90 MAPLE CREST MEADOWS 4213760 MCM LADY GOLD JACKPOT 34 MCM PURE GOLD JACKPOT 45 MAPLE CREST MEADOWS 4208232 MARTINDELL APPEARANCE 462 MARTINDELL ENTICER 8108 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4185526 MARTINDELL BRIDGET 191 SULL GNCC RIDER 017T ET MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4185984 MARTINDELL COVERGIRL 237 ABERTEES THE PROFESSOR MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4208203 MARTINDELL COVERGIRL 427 MARTINDELL JAZZ 9040 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4208202 MARTINDELL DREAMS 452 MARTINDELL JAZZ 9040 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4187450 MARTINDELL DUCHESS 232 MARTINDELL ENTICER 8108 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4208223 MARTINDELL DUCHESS 418 MARTINDELL JAZZ 9040 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4196017 MARTINDELL EMPRESS 312 LNL THURSTON MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4208206 MARTINDELL LUELLA 443 MARTINDELL JAZZ 9040 MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. 4143003 MH TREASURE FAY 8102 FO SS FORECAST 135 MASONIC VILLAGE FARM 4218887 B/F SHANNON MARGIE 4028 B/F SMOOTH PLAY 0048 MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW 4212184 MG 13 15 MAIDEN HOME HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4212185 MG 13 18 MAIDEN BILLINGS WAUKARU BILLINGS 9085 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4212186 MG 13 22 OKIE LADY WAUKARU BILLINGS 9085 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4212189 MG 13 24 WALK LUCY WAUKARU BILLINGS 9085 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4212194 MG 13 46 STAR BRIGHT MG 11_33 R STAR MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4232061 MG ERICA 14_33 HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4232048 MG HOME GRACE 14_05 HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4232054 MG MADDIE 14_17 HOMEDALE CREOLE 744 MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4232052 MG QUEEN CADENCE 14_12 HOMEDALE G M C MATTHEW GATTSHALL 4150140 MLM URBAN LASS 11U RDE WRS URBANA 732 MICHELLE MORRISON 4187293 DSF RED ENVY 50Z FOXWILLOW SOVEREIGN 3S NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER CM606007 ASH VALLEY BLANCHE 3322 ASH VALLEY PRESTIGE 0590 NICK & KRISTIN MIZNER 4212788 OF LASSITER MERI 338A OAKWOOD FARMS LASSITER OAKWOOD FARMS 4190963 OF PATENT ANDREA 203Z ET WAUKARU PATENT 8161 OAKWOOD FARMS 4202189 OF RAMBO HELEN 319A WAUKARU RAMBO 0042 OAKWOOD FARMS 4216009 OF RAMBO JULY 451B WAUKARU RAMBO 0042 OAKWOOD FARMS 4195199 OF RAMBO REBA 252Z WAUKARU RAMBO 0042 OAKWOOD FARMS 4190964 OF STELLAR GERTRUDE 218Z OAKWOOD FARMS STELLAR5050 OAKWOOD FARMS AR49233 PEAK VIEW AR17309 PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6010 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC 4168841 PEAK VIEW HEIDI 23810 PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 704 ET PEAK VIEW RANCH INC 4176573 PEAK VIEW MINNIE 13311 PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6009 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC

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OWNER BRUNS CATTLE ADAM DONNELLY DALE STUDER FAMILY NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER GILMAN SHORTHORNS KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEEBLER FARMS, INC. KEITH H LAUER KEITH H LAUER KEITH H LAUER KEITH H LAUER KEITH H LAUER KEITH H LAUER PAINT VALLEY FARMS KENWOOD FARMS KENWOOD FARMS KENWOOD FARMS KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH KRUSE RANCH LAYMAN PHILLIPS J PHILLIP BOWMAN & FAMILY LEVELDALE FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS R & K FARMS JUSTIN FRICK 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 MAPLE CREST MEADOWS MAPLE CREST MEADOWS MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. FRANK LAMPHIER & SONS MATTHEW & STACEY BIGELOW MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL MATTHEW GATTSHALL DR. RAYMOND EDIGER NATHAN STUDER & JENNY STUDER LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS OAKWOOD FARMS PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC


REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

4209339 PEAK VIEW TRISH 35814 PEAK VIEW COSMO 12611 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC 4176327 PEAK VIEW WONDEROUS 20011 PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6009 PEAK VIEW RANCH INC 4150613 PL GARNET’S KOOL LOOK KOOL LOOK PHANTOM LAKE SHORTHORNS 4187270 DSF MAY 74Z FOXWILLOW SOVEREIGN 3S SARAH STUDER 4183180 SL NITA 1117 JSF/RB PRESTIGE 8U SCOTT LOVING 4209629 SHADYBROOK LINDA 1B WAUKARU PATENT 8161 SHADYBROOK FARM LTD 4170530 AMAZING VICKY GRACE HI VIEW’S BIG RED SPENCER SPAIN 4201840 SBR DEE 325A ET BYLAND AXIS 1D85 STANGL SHORTHORNS 4242186 SBR LEXY 332A WR MR HAMLEY 0420 STANGL SHORTHORNS AR4242593 SBR SUZY 446B SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET STANGL SHORTHORNS 4164846 JSF FOOL’S DELITE 2X JSF MASTER OF JAZZ 22U X SULLIVAN FARMS 4192376 BFS LADY POKESS RP 023 ROCKDELL PRIDE 50K THE BOLLUM FAMILY 4206826 SOUTH STARR QT S525 SOUTH STARR HUNLEY S463 THE MCGILL FAMILY 4150997 BFS LADY MM 630 DEERHORN MEDICINE MAN 826 THE STANGELAND FAMILY 4204538 TR BARRY JOSIE 366 WAUKARU GOLD CARD 7114 TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS 4203465 FORNI’S ABILENE 93 FSF STARBURST 058 TURNER SHORTHORNS 4202946 VWSF BELINDA 336A LIM EDITION OF VOLGA 055X VANDERWAL SHORTHORNS 4209653 BSG KISS 1421 OF 2109 ET WAUKARU GOLD MINE 2109 WAUKARU FARMS INC 4187940 WAUKARU FIRST LADY 2003 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 WAUKARU FARMS INC 4209116 WAUKARU ROSEWOOD 4023 JR CONQUEST 190T WAUKARU FARMS INC 4110736 MFK B CANDY 76 HOMEDALE BLIZZARD WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS 4128760 MFK DR MAJORETTE K117 NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS 4206901 WILDWOOD C C CINDY A MEL-BAR ACES 940 WILDWOOD FARM 4212510 YY BARONESS BESS 414B COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS 4184664 YY POSSIBLE DREAM 227Z COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS AR62638 YY FRANKIES RUBY 406B DIAMOND PROPHECY 21P Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS CM581470 ASH VALLEY JAZZY 2763 KAPER 4508

PEAK VIEW RANCH INC PEAK VIEW RANCH INC FRICK FAMILY FARM DALE STUDER FAMILY SCOTT LOVING POPLAR LANE SHORTHORNS SHADYBROOK FARM LTD ADAM DONNELLY STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS STANGL SHORTHORNS WHITNEY MILLER THE BOLLUM FAMILY MARTINDELL FARMS LLC. THE STARK FAMILY TURKEY RIDGE SHORTHORNS FORNI FARMS VANDERWAL SHORTHORNS MERIDETH LAND & CATTLE LLC WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS WESLEY MAURICE KORTHAUS WILDWOOD FARM FORNI FARMS FORNI FARMS Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS

2018 Pacesetter Dams REG NUMBER

4192257 4175074 4209822 4267179 4212276 AR59676 4229173 4198588 4198583 4170135 4162762 4188189 4211645 4208915 4125314 4174969

ANIMAL NAME

BAR JS HP LASS 1251 BSF 7092 ROSABELL 004X EF RED NAN 823 LEVELDALE CASSANDRA 019X BFS LILLIAN RR 414 ET ASH VALLEY DUCHESS 3037 ASH VALLEY LADY 2726 ASH VALLEY LADY 3013 ASH VALLEY LUCY 3008 ASH VALLEY OKIE 9649 ASH VALLEY ROSE 8655 SBF PERFECT 16 Z ET SHADYBROOK VELMA 62B WAUKARU PRIMA DONNA 4143 WAUKARU RED NAN 7027 YY DREAM BARONESS 171Y

SIRE

BREEDER

4N HANKY PANKY 802 BSF ABSOLUTE POWER 503 RS DV 034 322 09 DRC 101VM SULL RED REWARD 9321 JSF/RB PRESTIGE 8U WOLF RIDGE PRESIDENT C20X JSF/RB PRESTIGE 8U JSF MARQUIS 127X ASH VALLEY DOUBLE DUTY 6215 ASH VALLEY DOUBLE DUTY 32 DF WACO 6W SHADYBROOK PLATINUM 1Z WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 COALPIT CREEK LEADER 6TH ET

BAR J S SHORTHORNS BARRETT FAMILY HUMBLE STOCK FARM LEVELDALE FARMS LITTLE CEDAR CATTLE CO LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS SHADYBROOK FARM LTD SHADYBROOK FARM LTD WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC Y LAZY Y SHORTHORNS

SIRE

BREEDER

SIRE

BREEDER

OWNER

LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS GALBREATH FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS LEVELDALE FARMS CONNOR BOLLUM LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS LOVING POLLED SHORTHORNS SHADYBROOK FARM LTD SHADYBROOK FARM LTD WAUKARU FARMS INC WAUKARU FARMS INC FORNI FARMS

2018 Performance Sires REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

4196667 CROOKED POST STOCKMAN 4Z BELMORE JACKAROO Z109 CROOKED POST 4202793 JSF BROKER 157Z LEVELDALE RIGHTEOUS 084 ET JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4197941 MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y MURIDALE BRIGGS 25W MURIDALE SHORTHORNS 4210008 SASKVALLEY OUTLAW 173Z SASKVALLEY INNOVATION 131X SASKVALLEY STOCK FARM

OWNER

CROOKED POST JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM STANGL SHORTHORNS ADRIANNE SCHAUNAMAN WARNER RANCH SHORTHORNS, LLC JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM HUGH MOONEY

2018 Pacemaker Sires REG NUMBER

ANIMAL NAME

4072635 AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 MF PACER WARD BAKENHUS FAMILY 4142922 JSF GOLDENROD 57U LEVELDALE JAVELIN 535R JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4190259 JSF MCCOY 39Z JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM 4184970 KL PRIME TIME TEDDY KL PRIME TIME MARCUS KEITH H LAUER

OWNER

LEVELDALE FARMS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM STANGL SHORTHORNS JUNGELS SHORTHORN FARM PAINT VALLEY FARMS BYLAND WAUKARU FARMS INC

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Date of Ownership: 09/19/2015

Sex: Female

Tattoo-LE: 1U

Color: Red

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

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PM- Pacemaker Sire PS- Performance Sire SS- Sensational Sire SY- Sire of the Year

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

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= Beef Blurb... Shelby director of youth activities, Diehm director of marketing & communications

November Already? Time Flies! Wow! How is it already November? It seems like just yesterday we were in Tennessee for the National Junior Shorthorn Show and now we are already into fall show season! Time does fly when you have fun – and when you stay busy! There has been a lot happen since June. As mentioned before, the junior board met to start the planning of the 2020 NJSS in Texas. There are some new items that will be being publicized over social media and in the Insider e-newsletter; so be sure watch for those announcements! As we begin fall fundraisers, we contacted breeders for Foundation Heifer donations in preparation for the Leading a Legacy Fundraiser that was held on October 12 in Dunlap. We had

a successful fundraiser and are grateful for all our donors and buyers for their support. The NJSS is a large event and it wouldn’t be possible without the support of our breeders! Be sure to check the December issue for a complete list of donors and buyers, plus pictures of the fundraiser. If you plan to attend the North American International Livestock Exposition, be sure to swing by the ASA booth during the week to catch previews of our new apparel worn by staff. This apparel can now be ordered at shorthorn. org under the member services tab and ASA apparel. There are options for everyone. During NAILE, we also hold our Deck the Stalls junior fundraiser on November 16. We will have some

awesome items for live auction and raffle – just for a hint, we have a guitar signed by Confederate Railroad from NJSS this year. You won’t want to miss all that we have to offer! Check Facebook as we begin posting the items. As always, if you would like to donate to any fundraisers, contact shelby@shorthorn.org. Another event that happened in between NJSS planning and fundraising was my wedding on September 28, 2019. Seth and I had a beautiful day in Oklahoma to say “I do.” We celebrated with many friends and family and I am excited to now be Shelby Diehm, which may get some time to get used to saying! I look forward to seeing everyone soon at upcoming shows and the ASA Annual Meeting. =

= Junior Corner The Extra Mile Contrary to the title, almost all of us will have hundreds of miles to drive as Fall show season is rapidly approaching. The American Royal is over, the North American is coming quick and Denver will be on the horizon soon enough. With that being said, this is the time to keep working hard day in and day out, or “go the extra mile.” We are a part of an industry that, whether we realize it or not, goes the extra mile. If someone needs an extra showman, we help each other get one. If someone needs a can of paint, we let each other borrow one. If someone needs help with their truck or trailer, we help each other fix it. This has become staple in this family that we are all blessed to have chosen to be a part of it. Though, as shows come and go, and we travel from one junior national to the next, that is one thing that always finds a

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way to ring true. We go the extra mile. For all you young exhibitors, no matter if this is your first show or 20th show. Continue to go out to the barn and go the extra mile. Work hard on showmanship with your heifer, make sure to rinse and work hair every day. By pushing yourself to go the extra mile that may be the difference between first and second place at the end of the day. Since show season is so close now is not the time to coast and let off the gas. Instead, now is the time buckle down and work even harder, taking no days off. “One of the most important principles of success is developing the habit of working hard, and going the extra mile.” – Napoleon Hill. I would like to challenge all of you whether it is today, tomorrow, or at the next show to go the extra mile and keep working hard.

I know our Junior Board is extremely excited to see all of you this Fall at shows and sales, and we cannot wait to see you all in Abilene, Texas, this summer! =

Upcoming Junior Nationals 2020 • Abilene, TX

June 22-27, 2020

2021 • Louisville, KY 2022 • Kansas City, KS 2023 • Des Moines, IA

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American Shorthorn Association Elected Delegates 2019

Canada- 7 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Hill Haven Farm, Chairman, PO Box 83, Duntroon, ON Alabama- 12 Votes/1 Delegate 1. M B Harbison, Chairman, 8496 AL Highway 157, Cullman, AL Arkansas- 15 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Katie Williams, Chairman, 11734 Highway 62 W, Imboden, AR Arizona- 5 Votes/1 Delegate 1. S&K Cattle Company, Chairman, 5402 W County 10th St, Yuma, AZ California- 37 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Alpha & Sherri Gipe Chairman, 6885 Oak Ave, Merced, CA 2.*Hugh Mooney, PO Box 2235, Elk Grove CA Colorado- 13 Votes/1 Delegate 1.*5J Farms, LLC, Chairman, 10762 County Rd C5, Olney Springs, CO Connecticut- 1 Vote/1 Delegate 1. KARV Cattle Company, Chairman, 301 Maple Ave, Meriden, CT Florida- 2 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Georgia- 13 Votes/1 Delegate 1.*Elizabeth Coggins, Chairman, 600 Hilltop Rd, Roopville, GA Iowa- 121 Votes/5 Delegates 1. Gilman Shorthorns, Chairman, 2841 130th St, Stuart, IA 2. Dale Studer Family, 2125 125th St, Creston, IA 3. Bern-A-Dale Shorthorns, 38995 Honeysuckle Rd, Oakland, IA 4. Nathan Studer & Jenny Studer, 3014 130th St, Creston, IA 5. Berg Shorthorns, 1295 Highway 9, Osage, IA Idaho- 9 Votes/1 Delegate 1.*Idalee Farm, Chairman, 5529 US Highway 93, Jerome, ID Illinois- 108 Votes/5 Delegates 1. Jordan Acres, Denny Jordan, Chairman, 545 E 900N Rd, Sibley, IL 2. Leveldale Farms, Les Mathers, 4627 N Grandview Dr., Peoria Heights, IL 3. Hugh W Moore Jr. & Sons, 31056 Old Fidelity Rd, Jerseyville, IL 4.*Hahn Family Shorthorns, 74 County Rd 2700 E, Minonk, IL 5. Wise Shorthorns, 83 County Road 1300 N, Bethany, IL Indiana- 147 Votes/6 Delegates 1. Waukaru Farms Inc., Chairman, 7577 S 210 E, Rensselaer, IN 2. J Phillip Bowman & Family, 9898 Garrett Rd, Greens Fork, IN 3. Don Washburn & Family, 3306 W 1250 S, Kentland, IN 4. Cates Farms, 6878 W 900 S, Modoc, IN 5. Meyer Family Shorthorns, 2289 S County Rd 850 W, Greensburg, IN 6. Tom Farrer & Family, 6891 W County Rd 325 N, Royal Center, IN

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Kansas- 49 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Loving Polled Shorthorns, Chairman, Marty Loving, 351 T Rd, Pawnee Rock, KS 2.*Kevin J. Gibler, 569 E 1550th Rd, Baldwin City, KS Kentucky- 23 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Wesley Maurice Korthaus, Chairman, 7039 E Hwy 22, Smithfield, KY Louisiana- 2 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Maryland- 17 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Dr. Raymond Ediger, 10521 Old Frederick Rd, Frederick, MD Maine- 9 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Michigan- 76 Votes/3 Delegates 1. Little Cedar Cattle Co., Steve French, Chairman, 1264 Van Dyke Rd, Beaverton, MI 2. Hale Farms, 6818 N Wheaton Rd, Charlotte, MI 3. Justin Buchholz, 8185 W Kinsel Hwy, Vermontville, MI Minnesota- 81 Votes/4 Delegates 1. The Bollum Family, Chairman, Cory Bollum, 2705 8th Ave SW, Austin, MN 2. Bar N Cattle Company, 21023 440th St, Belview, MN 3.*Swede Lake Cattle Company, 4365 County Road 10 N, Watertown, MN 4. The Kaehler Family, 20030 25th St SE, Saint Charles, MN Missouri- 48 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- 1 Vote/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Montana- 12 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected North Carolina- 11 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Dedmon Shorthorns, 1511 McBrayer Springs Rd, Shelby, NC North Dakota- 23 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Chairman, Derek Jungels, 5337 County Rd 21, Kathryn, ND Nebraska- 58 Votes/3 Delegates 1. Haumont Shorthorns, Chairman, 80165 Road 451, Weissert, NE 2. Greg Crawford, 12583 S 96th St, Roca, NE 3. Kruse Ranch, PO Box 88, Kimball, NE Nevada- 1 Vote/1 Delegate No Delegate elected


American Shorthorn Association Elected Delegates 2019

New Mexico- 4 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected New York- 15 Votes/1 Delegate 1. JAS Farm and Family, Chairman, 4289 Burch Rd, Ransomville, NY Ohio- 169 Votes/7 Delegates 1. Du-Lynn Farm, Chairman, 5861 Township Road 331, Millersburg, OH 2.*Byland, 500 Township Rd 2802, Loudonville, OH 3.*Cedar Lane Farm, Jeffery Winkle, 5006 Gravel Pit Rd. Cedarville, OH 4. Hively’s Highland Farms, LTD, Curtis Hively, 47060 Hisey Rd, New Waterford, OH 5. Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm, 54905 Fulton Hill Rd, Bellaire, OH 6.*Paint Valley Farms, Lee Miller, 10550 TWP Rd 262, Millersburg, OH 7.*Greenhorn Cattle Co., Dave Greenhorn, 3450 Middle Run Rd, Waynesville, OH Oklahoma- 79 Votes/4 Delegates 1.*Crow Creek Farms, Chairman, Steven Crow, 13108 Cloverleaf Ln, Oklahoma City, OK 2.*Frank & Lynda Lucas, Lynda Lucas, PO Box 1039, Cheyenne, OK 3. Double J Ranch, James E Freed, 2312 County Road 1380, Alex, OK 4.*Richardson Farms, 3703 Highway 29, Marlow, OK Oregon- 15 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Pennsylvania- 50 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Armstrong Farms, Chair, PO Box 206, Saxonburg, PA 2. Hornhead Valley Farm, 193 Hornhead Road, Hickory, PA South Carolina- 4 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Simp’s Shorthorns, Chairman, 1642 Manning Rd, Iva, SC South Dakota- 45 Votes/2 Delegates 1. Stangl Shorthorns, Chairman, 31728 US Highway 12, Java, SD 2. Schrag Shorthorn Farms, 27664 444th Ave, Marion, SD

Tennessee- 25 Votes/1 Delegate 1.*DBL C FM-C Curtis Family, Chairman, Charles Curits, PO Box 314, Rickman, TN Texas- 99 Votes/4 Delegates 1.*M J Shorthorns, Chairman, 922 County Rd B, Olton, TX 2. WHR Shorthorns, 1800 Lovers Leap Ln, Van Alstyne, TX 3.*John & Barbra Russell, Chairman, John Russell, PO Box 523, Caldwell, TX 4. Maples Shorthorns, 5810 Harmon Rd, Copperas Cove, TX Utah- 1 Vote/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Virginia- 17 Votes/1 Delegate No Delegate elected Washington- 10 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Bryan Fisher, 4338 174th LN SW, Rochester, WA Wisconsin- 75 Votes/3 Delegates 1.*Roseann Hoffman, Chairman, N3605 County Road S, Antigo, WI 2. Country K Shorthorns, 1945 Townline Rd, Stitzer, WI 3. Dreamy 280 Cattle Co., 2792 Cave of the Mounds Rd, Blue Mounds, WI West Virginia- 18 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Pleasant View Farms, Chairman, 1386 Pleasant Valley Rd, Given, WV Wyoming – 13 Votes/1 Delegate 1. Art & Pattie Bergstrom, Chairman, PO Box 4, Sheridan, WY

Delegates that have accepted their delegation have an * next to their name. If you are listed and do not 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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Minnesota State Fair - Regional Show North Central Region – 105 head – Judge: Chris Cassady, Ankeny, Iowa by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Studer’s Gunner 4G, exhibited by Dale Studer Family, Creston, Iowa.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Max Rosa 8036F ET, exhibited by Kendall Nelson, Seneca, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, F C Maverick 861F ET, exhibited by John Morrison, Belle Plaine, Minn.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, MTS Party Gal 2018, exhibited by Brock Studer, Creston, Iowa. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, WGR Cash, exhibited by Lexi Wetzel, Faribault, Minn.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, LYND Max Rosa Style 118, exhibited by Tucker DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Dressen’s Harry, exhibited by Jim Dressen & Family, Ellsworth, Wisc. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, Myrtle Bo’s Cookie 152G, exhibited by Kaitlyn Snyder, Hastings, Minn.

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Kansas State Fair - Regional Show South Central Region – 51 head – Judge: Justin Adcock, Moweaqua, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Sierra, exhibited by Wesley D. Stone, Iola, Kan.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, ASM Maple ET, exhibited by Anaya McCune, Benton, Kan. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Waco’s Boy, exhibited by Schmitz Farms, Gainesville, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, AMS Red Arrow, exhibited by Anaya McCune, Benton, Kan. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, FSC Mr. Fireball, exhibited by Brett Forgy, Caddo, Okla.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, MS TTG Flora 12F, exhibited by Zachary Blubaugh, Burrton, Kan. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, LDB Premium Reward Apache 911, exhibited by Brittany Blakinship, Orlando, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SS Black Max 864, exhibited by Molly Cooksey, Roggen, Colo.

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Tri-State Fair - Regional Show

South Central Region – 59 head – Judge: Dr. Clint Rusk,Stillwater, Okla. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, TMF Cumberland’s Element ET, exhibited by John & Barbara Russell, Caldwell, Texas. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, LDB Mirage Premium Brave 901, exhibited by Lane Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Fieser’s Mr. Impact 517, exhibited by Dayson Cash, Fay, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, WHR RHS Demi 9158 ET, exhibited by Merideth Behrens, Colbert, Okla. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, LDB Premium Reward Apache 911, exhibited by Brittany Blankinship, Orlando, Okla. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, MBEH Miss Flo’s Annie 202G exhibited by Merideth Behrens, Colbert, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, CCF Paxton C14F, exhibited by Colton Hulsey, Red Oak, Okla. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, KKW Savannah 1118, exhibited by Kadin Worthington, El Reno, Okla.

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Appalachian Fair - Regional Show Southeast Region – 18 head – Judge: Cody Green, Prairie Grove, Ark. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Timeless Acres Mr. Opie, exhibited by Josie Roark, Jonesborough, Tenn.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, MM Rosette CPD 87F, exhibited by Clara Elsea, Castlewood, Va.

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, WBF Blue Boy, exhibited by Josie Roark, Jonesborough, Tenn.

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Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, WCKF Finer Diamond, exhibited by Leah Ann Elsea, Piney Flats, Tenn. Pictures Not Available:

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Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, RFSS Oh Boy Three 135F, exhibited by Craig Farms, Harrodsburg, Ky. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SHOUF Starlight HC 1714, exhibited by Craig Farms, Harrodsburg, Ky. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, TX Vibrance, exhibited by TX Enterprise, Winston Salem, N.C.

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Keystone International Livestock Exposition

KILE Harrisburg, PA

2019

National Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Show 69 head – Judge: Brent Murphy, Houstonia, Mo. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Junior Champion Bull, was CF S/F Upper Hand X ET, exhibited by Cates Farms, Simon Farms & Shoufler Shorthorns Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Senior Champion Female, was CF CSF Dream Lady 78 AV X ET, exhibited by Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull & Junior Bull Calf Champion, was LPA High Voltage, exhibited by Madalyn Rankin, Centerville, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion, was CF HHF Margie 922 HC X ET, exhibited by Cates Farms, Modoc, Ind.

On October 5, 2019 Shorthorn exhibitors competed at the National Shorthorn Show at KILE in Harrisburg, PA. Judge Brent Murphy from Houstonia, Missouri, evaluated a total of 69 head with 35 purebred females, 7 purebred bulls, 21 ShorthornPlus females and 6 ShorthornPlus bulls. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female honors went to CF CSF Margie 820 HC X ET, exhibited by Cornerstone Farms of Winchester, Ind. In division, she was named Senior Champion Female. CF HHF Margie 922 HC X ET was named Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, shown by Cates Farms of Modoc, Ind. Margie 922 was also named Junior Heifer Calf 46

Champion. CF S/F Upper Hand X ET claimed the title of Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull and Junior Champion Bull, exhibited by Cates Farms, Simon Farms of Rockford, Ohio & Shoufler Shorthorns of Fortville, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull was LPA High Voltage, shown by Madalyn Rankin of Centerville, Pa. He was also the Junior Bull Calf Champion. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was SULL Wild Prime 9005G ET exhibited by Houston Ferree of Sullivan, Ind. She also claimed the Junior Heifer Calf Champion division title. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Senior

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Champion Female was CF Judy’s Style 85 X ET shown by Hailey Frazier of Jackson, Ohio. SMC King of the Jungle 1803 claimed the Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, exhibited by Sadie Compagnola of Bath, Pa. King of the Jungle was also the Junior Champion Bull. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull was SJQ Roger That1902 BL shown by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc. from Waynesboro, Pa. He was the Early Spring Bull Calf Champion as well. Other champions include: Open Purebred Female Show Divisions: Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Mona Lisa Smile 9115 HC X


Keystone International Livestock Exposition

KILE Harrisburg, PA

2019

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Junior Champion Bull,was SMC King of the Jungle 1803, exhibited by Sadie Compagnola, Bath Pa. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Heifer Calf Champion, was SULL Wild Prime 9005G ET, exhibited by Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull & Early Spring Bull Calf Champion, was SJQ Roger That1902 BL, exhibited by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc., Waynesboro, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Senior Champion Female, was CF Judy’s Style 85 X ET, exhibited by Hailey Frazier, Jackson, Ohio.

ET, Cates Farms. Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SJQ Margie 1904 HC, Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc. Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Harmony Rebecca May 21, Annette Braun, Mechanicsville, Md. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SJQ Lucky Charm 1903 FT ET, Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - MS Crimson Charm, Emma McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Augusta Pride 8147 EL ET, Samantha Reese, Petersburg, Tenn. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Armstrong Lilac 1820, John Allen IV, Saxonburg, Pa. Intermediate Champion Female Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET, Benjamin Allen, Saxonburg, Pa. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CDR June’s Blast 3F, Evan Seaman, Boonsboro, Md. Junior Champion Female - MVF Velvet 79F, Windy Knoll Farm, Glenville, W.V.

Reserve Junior Champion Female NR Quantum Queen 476F RB ET, Kali Rankin, Centerville, Pa. Reserve Senior Champion Female - Midnight Red Rose 802, April Troyer, Monkton, Md. Open Purebred Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion DNR Wayne 919, Haylee Riley, James Creek, Pa. Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - - JDH Aster, Jordan Harnish, Huntingdon, Pa. Early Spring Bull Calf Champion JDH Kash, Jordon Harnish. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - DNR Wade 918, Haylee Riley. Senior Bull Calf Champion - AR Tres’Fires, Adam Ross, Spring Mills, PA. Open ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903, Henry Allen, Saxonburg, Pa. Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SWF Crystal’s Primo 902,

Slate Wind Farm, Mercersburg, Pa. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Greens, Ohio. Senior Heifer Calf Champion - SWF Blue Ivy ET, Slate Wind Farm. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Emma’s Cherry Frosty, Austin Beiler, McClure, Pa. Intermediate Champion Female - SMC Treasured Ways 1821, Sadie Compagnola. Junior Champion Female - TSSC Blackberry Pie 829F, Reed Hanes, Celina, Ohio. Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Jalynn’s Girl 8998F ET, Kathy Lehman, Shelby, Ohio. Reserve Senior Champion Female - BOY Painter Cumberland 810 ET, Caden McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio. Open ShorthornPlus Bull Show Divisions: Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - BMH Colt, Billie Harnish, Williamsburg, Pa. Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve

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Late Spring Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Mona Lisa Smile 9115 HC X ET, Cates Farms, Modoc, Ind.

Late Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SJQ Margie 1904 HC, SajoQuin Livestock, Inc., Waynesboro, Pa.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion - Harmony Rebecca May 21, Annette Braun, Mechanicsville, Md.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SJQ Lucky Charm 1903 FT ET, Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc., Waynesboro, Pa.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion MS Crimson Charm, Emma McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Champion - CF CSF Augusta Pride 8147 EL ET, Samantha Reese, Petersburg, Tenn.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Armstrong Lilac 1820, John Allen IV, Saxonburg, Pa.

Intermediate Champion Female - Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET, Benjamin Allen, Saxonburg, Pa.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - CDR June’s Blast 3F, Evan Seaman, Boonsboro, Md.

Champion - DNR Weston 916, Haylee Riley. Junior Bull Calf Champion Harmony Ivan 22, Annette Braun. Open Purebred Female Class Placings: Late Spring Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) CF CSF Mona Lisa Smile 9115 HC X ET exhibited by Cates Farms; 2) SJQ Margie 1904 HC exhibited by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (3 entries): 1) SJQ Lucky Charm 1903 FT ET exhibited by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc.; 2) Harmony Snow White 25 exhibited by Annette Braun; 3) CCFarm Lilly exhibited by Ryan Leister. Early Spring Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) Harmony Rebecca May 21 exhibited by Annette Braun; 2) LPA Crown Royal exhibited by Madalyn Rankin. Junior Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) CF HHF Margie 922 HC X ET

exhibited by Cates Farms; 2) LPA Demi’s White Diamond exhibited by Kali Ann Rankin. Junior Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) MS Crimson Charm exhibited by Emma McLaughlin; 2) AR Rocket’s Miss Fire exhibited by Adam Ross. Winter Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) Armstrong Lilac 1820 exhibited by John Allen IV; 2) LPA Max Rosa exhibited by Madalyn Rankin. Senior Heifer Calves – (2 entries): 1) CF CSF Augusta Pride 8147 EL ET exhibited by Samantha Reese; 2) CDR Glenda 10F exhibited by Aubrey Short. Summer Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) Bahvintage Lacey exhibited by Marley Herman; 2) AR Diamond Fire exhibited by Adam Ross. Late Spring Yearling Females – (6 entries): 1) Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET exhibited by Benjamin Allen; 2) CDR June’s Blast 3F exhibited by Evan Seaman; 3) SJQ Cumberland 1803 RK

ET exhibited by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc. Early Spring Yearling Females – (8 entries): 1) MVF Velvet 79F exhibited by Windy Knoll Farm; 2) NR Quantum Queen 476F RB ET exhibited by Kali Ann Rankin; 3) AR Cumberland Nitro exhibited by Marley Herman. Junior Yearling Females – (2 entries): 1) CF CSF Margie 820 HC X ET exhibited by Cornerstone Farms; 2) Midnight Red Rose 802 exhibited by April Troyer. Senior Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) AR Firey Rocket exhibited by Adam Ross. Open Purebred Bull Class Placings: Late Spring Bull Calf – (2 entries): 1) DNR Wayne 919 exhibted by Haylee Riley; 2) JDH Aster exhibited by Jordan Harnsih. Early Spring Bull Calf – (2 entries): 1) JDH Kash exhibited by Jordan Harnish; 2) DNR Wade 918 exhibited

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Junior Champion Female - MVF Velvet 79F, Windy Knoll Farm, Glenville, W.V.

Reserve Junior Champion Female - NR Quantum Queen 476F RB ET, Kali Rankin, Centerville, Pa.

Reserve Senior Champion Female Midnight Red Rose 802, April Troyer, Monkton, Md.

Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - DNR Wayne 919, Haylee Riley, James Creek, Pa.

Late Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - JDH Aster, Jordan Harnish, Huntingdon, Pa.

Early Spring Bull Calf Champion - JDH Kash, Jordon Harnish, Huntingdon, Pa.

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ASA Annual Meeting Forum & Awards Banquet Nov. 22-23 Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - DNR Wade 918, Haylee Riley, James Creek, Pa.

Senior Bull Calf Champion - AR Tres’Fires, Adam Ross, Spring Mills, Pa.

by Haylee Riley. Junior Bull Calf – (1 entry): 1) LPA High Voltage exhibited by Madalyn Rankin. Senior Bull Calf – (1 entry): 1) AR Tres’Fires exhibited by Adam Ross. Early Spring Yearling Bull – (1 entry): 1) CF S/F Upper Hand X ET exhibited by Cates Farms, Simon Farms & Shoulfer Shorthorns. Open ShorthornPlus Female Class Placings: Early Sprig Heifer Calf – (6 entries): 1) Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903 exhibited by Henry Allen; 2) SWF Crystal’s Primo 902 exhibited by Slate Wind Farm; 3) WFF Annabelle May exhibited by Jocelynn Whitsel. Junior Heifer Calves – (4 entries): 1) SULL Wild Prime 9005G ET exhibited by Houston Ferree; 2) CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET exhibited by Samantha VanVorhis; 3) BR KRS Dream Lady P191 ET exhibited by

Caden McLaughlin. Winter Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) Emma’s Cherry Frosty exhibited by Auston Beiler. Senior Heifer Calves – (1 entry): 1) SWF Blue Ivy ET exhibited by Slate Wind Farm. Summer Yearling Females – (1 entry): 1) SMC Treasured Ways 1821 exhibited by Sadie Compagnola. Early Spring Yearling Females – (5 entries): 1) TSSC Blackberry Pie 829F exhibited by Reed Hanes; 2) SULL Jalynn’s Girl 8998F ET exhibited by Kathy Lehman; 3) BM Nikki DM18 exhibited by Braden Durst. Junior Yearling Females – (3 entries): 1)CF Judy’s Style 85 X ET exhibited by Haley Frazier; 2) BOY Painter Cumberland 810 ET exhibited by Caden McLaughlin; 3) Miss Bella Luna exhibited by Samantha Heston. Open ShorthornPlus Bull Class Placings:

Hilton Kansas City Airport Kansas City, MO

Late Spring Bull Calf – (1 entry): 1) BMH Colt exhibited by Billie Harnish. Early Spring Bull Calf – (3 entries): 1) SSJQ Roger That 1902 BL exhibited by Sajo-Quin Livestock, Inc.; 2) DNR Weston 916 exhibited by Haylee Riley; 3) BMH Rooster exhibited by Billie Harnish. Junior Bull Calf – (1 entry): 1) Harmony Ivan 22 exhibited by Annette Braun. Junior Yearling Bull – (1 entry): 1) SMC King of the Jungle 1803 exhibited by Sadie Compagnola. =

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ShorthornPlus Show

Early Spring Heifer Calf Champion Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903, Henry Allen, Saxonburg, Pa.

Early Spring Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - SWF Crystal’s Primo 902, Slate Wind Farm, Mercersburg, Pa.

Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF CSF Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET, Samantha VanVorhis, Bowling Greens, Ohio.

Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Emma’s Cherry Frosty, Austin Beiler, McClure, Pa.

Reserve Junior Champion Female - SULL Jalynn’s Girl 8998F ET, Kathy Lehman, Shelby, Ohio.

Reserve Senior Champion Female - BOY Painter Cumberland 810 ET, Caden McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio. ShorthornPlus Female pictures not available: Senior Heifer Calf Champion - SWF Blue Ivy ET, Slate Wind Farm, Mercersburg, Pa. Intermediate Champion Female - SMC Treasured Ways 1821, Sadie Compagnola, Bath, Pa. Junior Champion Female - TSSC Blackberry Pie 829F, Reed Hanes, Celina, Ohio.

Late Spring Bull Calf Champion - BMH Colt, Billie Harnish, Williamsburg, Pa.

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Early Spring Bull Calf Reserve Champion - DNR Weston 916, Haylee Riley, James Creek, Pa.

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ShorthornPlus Bull picture not available: Junior Bull Calf Champion - Harmony Ivan 22, Annette Braun, Mechanicsville, Md.


KILE Harrisburg, PA

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Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Show 44 head – Judge: Lydell Meier, Clinton, Tenn. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female & Junior Champion Female, was CF Margie 830 AV X ET, exhibited by Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Junior Champion Female, was SULL Jalynn’s Girl 8998F ET, exhibited by Kathy Lehman, Shelby, Ohio

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Fenale & Senior Heifer Calf Champion, was CF CSF Augusta Pride 8147 EL ET, exhibited by Samantha Reese, Petersburg, Tenn. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female & Reserve Junior Champion Femle, was CF Judy’s Style 85 X ET, exhibited by Hailey Frazier, Jackson, Ohio.

On October 6, 2019, Junior Shorthorn exhibitors competed at the Junior Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus Show at KILE in Harrisburg, Pa. Judge Lydell Meier from Clinton, Tennessee, evaluated a total of 44 head of Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus Females. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female honors went to CF CSF Margie 830 AV X ET, exhibited by Mark Inskeep of Lafayette, Ind. In division, she was named Junior Champion Female. CF Augusta Pride 8147 EL ET was named Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, shown by Samantha Reese of Petersburg, Tenn. She was also named Senior Heifer Calf Champion. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was SULL Jalynn’s Girl 8998F ET exhibited

by Kathy Lehman of Shelby, Ohio. She also claimed the Junior Champion Female division title. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female and Reserve Junior Champion Female was CF Judy’s Style 85 X ET shown by Hailey Frazier of Jackson, Ohio. Other champions include: Junior Purebred Female Show Divisions: Junior Heifer Calf Champion - MS Crimson Charm, Emma McLaughlin, Woodsfield, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - CF Margie 974 BW X, Skyler Slimmer, Myersville, Md. Senior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Armstrong Lilac 1820, John Allen IV, Saxonburg, Pa. Intermediate Champion Female

Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET, Benjamin Allen, Saxonburg, Pa. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female - MSC Cumberland 1813, Keegan McGrew, Gettysburg, Pa. Reserve Junior Champion Female NR Quantum Queen 476F RB ET, Kali Rankin, Centerville, Pa. Junior ShorthornPlus Female Show Divisions: Junior Heifer Calf Champion - BR KRS Dream Lady P191 ET, Caden McLauglin, Woodsfield, Ohio. Junior Heifer Calf Reserve Champion - Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903, Henry Allen, Saxonbug, Pa. Intermediate Champion Female - SMC Treasured Ways 1821, Sadie Compagnola, Bath, Pa. =

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Kentucky State Fair - Super Regional Southeast Region – 48 head – Judge: Ron Moore, Jerseyville, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Bull, VCC Ain’t NO Foolin’, exhibited by Cedar Lane Farm, Cedarville, Ohio.

Grand Champion Female, NR Quantum Queen 470F RS ET, exhibited by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull, EGL Neptune MX 759, exhibited by Evea Ennis, Martinsville, Ind. Picture Not Available Reserve Grand Champion Female, HAHN Elizabeth C43F ET, exhibited by John W Cox, Flemingsburg, Ky.

On Friday, August 23, 2019, Shorthorn exhibitors showed at the Kentucky State Fair. The Super Regional Show was judged by Ron Moore of Jerseyville, Illinois. Moore evaluated 28 purebred females, 11 purebred bulls, 8 ShorthornPlus females and 1 ShorthornPlus bull. Grand Champion Female was awarded to NR Quantum Queen 470F RS ET shown by Xavier Ferris of Whiteland, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion Female honors went to HAHN Elizabeth C43F ET exhibited by John W Cox from Flemingsburg, Ky. Grand Champion Bull was VCC Ain’t NO Foolin’ exhibited by Cedar Lane Farm of Cedarville, Ohio. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was EGL Neptune MX 759 shown by Evea Ennis of Martinsville, Ind. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female honors went to SULL Flamin Tamale 7685E ET shown by Lindy Kiser of Morning View, Ky. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was SMF EGL Cooper Penny 854 exhibited by Eden Ennis of Martinsville, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull

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was SharBen Right Resolve 7431 exhibited by SharBen Shorthorns of Sharpsburg, Ky. Other Champions Include: Shorthorn Females: Champion Junior Heifer Calf SharBen Lovely GG Myrtle Bo, SharBen Shorthorns. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - Paradise Midge 1903, Caroline Winter, Ashville, Ohio. Champion Senior Heifer Calf HAHN Elizabeth C43F ET, John W Cox. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - SharBen Lovely Dottie 984 ET, SharBen Shorthorns. Champion Junior Female - NR Quantum Queen 470F RS ET, Xavier Ferris. Reserve Champion Junior Female - Bratcher Myrtle Bo 812 ET, Craig Bratcher, Elizabeth, Ind. Champion Senior Female - GCC Premium Margie 86 ET, Mattie Williams, Fountain Run, Ky. Reserve Champion Senior Female - MartinDell Lily 787, Austin Martin, Tompkinsville, Ky. Shorthorn Bulls: Champion Junior Bull Calf - SharBen Prerogative 1050 ET, SharBen Shorthorns.

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Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf - VVCC All Clear, Valley Vista Farms, Scottsburg, Ky. Champion Senior Bull Calf - MFK Josey Wales 408K X, Maurice & Faye Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky. Champion Intermediate Bull - MFK Ravenhawk 258K X, Maurice & Faye Korthaus. Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull - MFK Southern Star 238K X, Maurice & Faye Korthaus. Champion Junior Bull - EGL Triton MX 833, Eden Ennis. Champion Late Senior Bull - EGL Neptune MX 759, Evea Ennis. Reserve Champion Late Senior Bull - DFM Theo 007, McCall Show Cattle, Shelbyville, Ky. Champion Early Senior Bull - VCC Ain’t No Foolin 1701 ET, Cedar Lane Farm. ShorthornPlus Females: Champion Senior Heifer Calf - Circle J SJ Spice 011, Austin Martin. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - Crowe Luna 002, Nolan Crowe, Thomkinsville, Ky. Champion Intermediate Female - SMF EGL Copper Penny 854, Eden Ennis.


= Tartan Plaid National Shorthorn Lassie Queen Candidate The National Lassie Association is pleased to have Desirae Logsdon of Amanda, Ohio as a National Queen candidate for 2019-2020. In November, she will have the opportunity to interact with breeders,

Elaine National Shorthorn Dragstrem Lassie Committee

assist throughout the many shows at NAILE, form bonds and interview with a panel of judges. Crowning of the National Lassie Queen will be during Monday’s Open Shorthorn Show at the North American International Livestock

Exposition (NAILE). We would like to thank Emily Fry of Indiana and Faye Smith of Kansas for representing the Shorthorn breed in 2018-2019. =

Desirae Logsdon is the daughter of Barry and Renae Logsdon. Desiree is a third generation Shorthorn breeder. She is attending Wilmington College; set to

graduate in May of 2020 with a degree in Agriculture with a concentration in Agriculture Business.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, SharBen Right Resolve 7431, exhibited by SharBen Shorthorns, Sharpsburg, Ky. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Flamin Tamale 7685E ET, exhibited by Lindy Kiser, Morning View, Ky.

Champion Junior Female - Crowe C Model 314, Nolan Crowe. Reserve Champion Junior Female - BONL Red Pioneer 823F, Adymae Williams, Elizabethtown, Ky. Champion Senior Female - SULL Flamin Tamale 3685E ET, Lindy Kiser. ShorthornPlus Bulls: Champion Junior Bull Calf - SharBen Right Resolve 743, SharBen Shorthorns. =

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= Sale Reports RC Show Cattle “Early Bird” Elite Show Heifer Event Sale Summary

5 Shorthorn Heifers........................ avg. $ 4,990 9 ShorthornPlus Heifers................. avg. $ 2,883 4 Shorthorn Steers.......................... avg. $ 3,225

Saturday, August 31, 2019 Eaton, Ohio by Chris Smith

RC Show Cattle once again with guest consignor hosted a fantastic event on a beautiful August evening. With the pens packed with lookers they crowded into the tent to bid on their favorite animal both in person and on the phone. The bidding was at a very fast pace for the great group of heifers and steers assembled. Congrats goes out to everyone involved for this event. Events like this make the cattle industry continue. $11,000- Top selling lot was KSD CSF Dynamic Charm 119 ET. This January heifer sired by Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out the ever famous

Lucky Charm cow family. The Lucky Charms have long been known for their show ring presence and cow making ability and this roan, polled, heifer will be no different with her power and rib structure. Mary Henry Auburn, Ind., was the lucky bidder on this heifer raised by KSD Farms and Corner Stone Farms. $6,600- Top selling ShorthornPlus/ Maintainer was lot 16. RC Drivin Alicia. This extremely fancy April, blue roan, female had a lot of friends on sell day. She was sired by Drivin 80 and out of RC Alicia’s Proud Blue. Brian Binkley Newark, Ohio, won the bid after very active excited bidding. RC Show Cattle, Eaton, Ohio was the consignor. $5,700- Top selling Steer was lot 32. This major contending steer was powerful throughout his structure. He was sired by Damn Proud and out of KSD Athenas Belle 611. Kolten Greenhorn Waynesburg, Ohio, jumped in to buy this stud and has already

claimed championships with him. KSD Farm was the breeder of this calf. $4,800- Lot 4 the full sister to the top selling female was next in line. This fancy February was sired by Hot Commodity and out of CF Lucky Charm 060 BSX ET. KSD Farm and Cornerstone Farm bred these two excellent females with Dylan Collett Liberty, Ind., winning the bid. Dylan will be at the top of his class and division with this championship caliber female. $4,750- Second top selling steer was lot 31. This powerful roan beast was sired by Damn Proud and out of CF Cumberland 186. This heavy muscled sound moving steer will see his fair share of championships before his campaign is done. Allen Minges bred this steer with Glen Minges Hamilton, Ohio, leading = this steer.

Eyes On The Midwest Sale Sale Summary

4 Cow/Calf Pairs......... $ 40,250........... $ 10,063 18 Open Heifers......... $ 87,050........... $ 4,836 18 Bred Heifers........... $ 47,800........... $ 2,656 40 Breeding Lots....... $ 175,100......... $ 4,378 3 Embryo Pkgs........... $ 6,800............. $ 2,267 4 Semen Pkgs.............. $ 2,825............. $ 706 Sale Gross $184,725

Sunday, September 22, 2019 Albin Sale Facility Newman, Illinois Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Managers: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A good crowd gathered on sale day to view a truly outstanding set of Shorthorn Genetics on display. There were top individuals in all categories that brought active bidding during the sale. Congratulations to Norman and Ripberger farms as well as Bollum Family Shorthorns for presenting a successful event. $21,000 - Lot 1 - Open Heifer - NR Quantum Queen 463G ET. A red, polled, March 19, 2019 daughter of 54

SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET and out of CF Quantum Queen 099 FS X. The progeny from the Quantum Queen line continue to impress. This great young female has purple in her future. She will be outstanding. Purchased by Colby Metzger of Charlston, Ill. $19,000 - Lot 24 - Cow/Calf Pair - NR Myrtle Bo 324D ET. A R&W, polled, 2016 daughter of HD Swagger 802 and out of SULL Myrtle Bo 9154 selling bred to SULL Red Sensation for a heifer calf due in February 2019. At her side was a red, polled, March 8, 2019 daughter of SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET. This was an awesome pair. A really good mother cow with a top level calf at side. The Red Sensation calves will be among the best to sell this Fall. The cow was purchased by Keith Lambright of Shipshewana, Ind., and the calf by Pine Manor Farm of Cullman, Ala. $13,000 - Lot 2 - Open Heifer - NR Quantum Queen 501G ET. A RWM, polled, January 9, 2019 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out of CF Quantum Queen 099 FS. The Quantum Queen females continue to

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impress with their style and balance and total Dimension. This one will be hard to beat in her show career. Purchased by Katie Fry of Roachdale, Ind. $8,000 - Lot 10 - Open Heifer - NR Queens 184G, A red, polled, March 10, 2019 daughter of SULL Red Sensation 6554D ET and out of CF Queens 184 EL X. Another top Red Sensation daughter. This one out of a an Eldorado daughter. These Sensation calves look the part of top quality females to build a program around. Purchsed by Xavier Ferris of Whitehead, Ind. $8,000 - Lot 21 - Cow/Calf Pair SULL Mona Lisa 2129 ET. A roan, polled, 2012 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of K-Kim Mona Lisa 34L ET selling bred to SULL Security Asset for a heifer calf due in February 2019. At her side was a roan, horned, March 2, 2019 daughter of SULL Security Asset ET. This was a very popular pair of cattle. The cow is out of the great 34L and her calf was a favorite of many. The cow was purchased by Ed Meyer of Rushville, Ind., and the calf by Pine Manor Farm of Cullman, Ala. =


2019 Ohio Fall Showcase Sale Sale Summary

Shorthorn Bred Females.................. avg. $2,158 ShorthornPlus Bred Females........... avg. $2,125 Cow/Calf Pairs................................ avg. $ 2,600 Open Shorthorn Females................ avg. $1,418 Open ShorthornPlus Females......... avg. $1,513 Steers.............................................. avg. $1,200 36 Live Lots........$63,175..........avg. $1,755 Embyros......................................... avg. $ 450 Semen............................................. avg. $ 187 56 Lots Sale Gross $67,445

Sunday, September 22, 2019 Claylick Run Sale Facility, Newark, Ohio Auctioneer: Gene Steiner Sale Management: Ohio Shorthorn Breeders’ Association

Shorthorn enthusiasts gathered in Newark, Ohio, to attend Ohio’s oldest continuing Shorthorn Sale, the Ohio Fall Shorthorn Showcase. A good crowd came together to view a diverse offering of Shorthorn genetics assembled by Ohio Shorthorn Breeders’ Association members.

$4, 000 – Lot 4 – Bred Purebred Female – Rains Perfect Elf NPPS. A powerfully-constructed female by FSF Near Perfect, is built right from the ground up. This stout yet feminine heifer found her way to the top of the sale order with ease, sold safe in calf to Baldridge Bronc and will prove herself as a valuable cow. Consigned by Rains Family Shorthorns and purchased by Agle Family Cattle. $3,050 – Lot 8 – Bred Purebred Female – Maple Stone Demi 3F. An attractive roan daughter of HS Bluebook 22B. Maternal in her design and correct about her skeleton, Lot 8 sold safe in calf to GCC TRN Margie Power 86. Consigned by Du-Lynn Farms and purchased by Cody 7G Cattle Farms. $2,750 – Lot 2 – Bred Purebred Female – Byland Bonnie Bud 8TM58 Sure to be a valuable breeding piece, Lot 2, a daughter of Studer’s Taylor Made 7Y, is high-performing and powerful in

both volume and dimension. Sold safe in calf to JSF Hotwire 70A. Consigned by Byland Polled Shorthorns and purchased by Cody 7G Cattle Farms. $2,750 – Lot 3 – Bred Purebred Female – Byland Ellen 8TM57. An easy-fleshing Studer’s Taylor Made 7Y daughter out of the Byland Ellen family, Lot 3 fits well into the programs of many Shorthorn breeders. Sold safe in calf to JSF Hotwire 70A. Consigned by Byland Polled Shorthorns and purchased by Cody 7G Cattle Farms. $2,750 – Lot 30 – Open Plus Female – MKS Nettie. A true sale feature amongst the open females, Lot 30 is a boldribbed, sound female with elegance and show ring flare to go around. This SLB Rosco (CSF Evolution HC) daughter had many fans on sale day and will go on to have a very successful future. Consigned by Maple Knoll Shorthorns and purchased by Chip Yochum. =

The Great Shorthorn Revival Shorthorn Sale Sale Summary

28 Open Heifers......... $ 175,550......... $ 6,270 5 Cow/Calf Pairs......... $ 46,200........... $ 9,240 8 Bred Females............ $ 39,000........... $ 4,875 2 Bulls......................... $ 15,300........... $ 7,650 43 Breeding Lots....... $ 276,050......... $ 6,420 1 Flush........................ $ 5,000............. $ 5,000 5 Pregnancies.............. $ 20,100........... $ 4,020 18 Embryo Pkgs......... $ 49,225........... $ 2,735 15 Semen Pkgs............ $ 16,925........... $ 1,900 Sale Gross $371,100

Saturday, September 28, 2019 Little Cedar Cattle Co Beaverton, Michigan Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Managers: Little Cedar Management by: Darryl Rahn

Another big crowd. Another great set of Shorthorn genetics. Another super nice day. All of this makes for another great event at the Revival. Again this year, there were top individuals in each category in this sale. This bidding was active in the seats, on the phones and on the internet. This all meant that this was another Northern Michigan Bonanza. Congratulations to Steve and Julie and all their good guest consignors for presenting another leading event. SPECIAL NOTE***Each year the Revival has a Funding the Future sale to help fund the Junior Program. This year’s sale raised $5,250 for the Junior Program. Thank you to all. $25,000 - Lot 1 - Open Heifer - GCC

Marvelous Margie 96 ET. A roan, polled, January 15, 2019 daughter of DF Waco 6W and out of D&D Margie’s Beauty 610S ET. What a way to start the sale. A great heifer out of a mating that has produced many high sellers in the past. The progeny of Margie 610S has been sought after for a long time. This is just another great one in this line. Watch for her later this Fall and Winter. Offered by Kolten Greenhorn and Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Little Cedar Cattle Co of Beaverton, Mich. $23,000 - Lot 3A - Open Heifer LCCC Margie 611 AV 1914 ET. A RWM, polled, April 15, 2019 daughter of Little Cedar Aviator 503X and out of CF CSF Margie 611 HC ET. This is a great young show prospect that has a dam who was a many times Champion in the show ring. That female mated with Aviator has produced this female that is destined to be a champion in her own right. Offered by Little Cedar Cattle Co and purchased by Enix Farms, LLC of Centennial, Colo. $17,250 - Lot 8 - Cow/Calf Pair WAT Bobby’s Primo Girl 120E. A roan, polled, 2017 daughter of CF Primo X ET and out of WCC Bobby’s Girl 203C selling bred to NBS Low Rider 42W for a March 2020 calf. At her side was a R&W, polled, January 7, 2019 heifer calf sired by Free K-Kim Hot Commodity. Wow. What a pair of cattle.

This was a very admired pair at the 2019 Junior National Show. They are both outstanding individuals. Offered by Carly Watson and Watson Cattle Co and the cow was purchased by Woodlawn Farms of Creston, Illinois and the calf by High Ridge Shorthorns of Melbourne, Quebec, Canada. $16,250 - Lot 8C - Open Heifer WAT Bobby’s First Girl 120G. A R&W, polled, January 20, 2019 daughter of Hill Haven Firestorm 28C and out of WCC Bobby’s Girl 110W. This top youngster also was a winner at the 2019 Junior National Show. She has a beautiful design to go with the overall dimension that make her a true gem of a heifer. Offered by Lane Watson and Watson Cattle Co., and purchased by Joshua Goetz of Oak Harbor, Ohio. $13,000 - Lot 26 - Bull - Little Cedar Worldwide 1979 ET. A rwm, scurred, March 6, 2019 son of Byland Global 5M10 and out of MAV Picture Perfect ET. Everyone is always looking for the next great sire to use in their program. This young bull may just be the next great one. Out of the popular Global and a top daughter of Charisma. This combination looks to be on the right track. He has the thickness and natural style to catch your eye from angle. Watch for him in the future. Offered by Little Cedar Cattle Co and purchased by Enix Farms, LLC. =

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Fall Harvest Production Sale Sale Summary

2 Bred Females............ $ 20,125........... $ 2,236 41 Bred Heifers........... $ 71,375........... $ 1,741 12 Open Heifers......... $ 22,150........... $ 1,846 62 Breeding Lots....... $ 111,650......... $ 1,801 4 Embryo Pkgs........... $ 1,980............. $ 495 12 Semen Pkgs............ $ 3,935............. $ 328 Sale Gross $117,565

Sunday, September 29, 2019 Platte County Ag Park Columbus, Nebraska Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Managers: Sears Marketing Services, LLC by: Cindy Cagwin-Johnston

A good crowd gathered at the Ag Park in Columbus to make their selections at this year’s Fall Harvest Sale. Warner Ranch and their guest consignors offered a top quality group of Shorthorn cattle for the buyers to choose from. The snappy sale saw steady prices in all categories. $5,800 - Lot 76 - Bred Cow - Waukaru Red Nan 4169 ET. A red, polled, 2014

daughter of Waukaru Patent 8161 and out of Waukaru 464 Red Nan 814 ET selling bred to Muridale Thermal Energy 15A for a Spring 2020 calf. This is a can’t miss female. A Red Nan sired by Patent will be a great female for add to any program. Offered by Wauaru Farms and purchased by Shadybrook Farms of West Brome, Quebec, Canada. $5,000 - Lot 42 - Open Heifer - Cech’s Little Sassy. A R&W, polled, February 14, 2019 daughter of SULL Roan Blast 0301 ET and out of SS Mona Lisa 407 ET. This was a super fancy youngster that has a world of potential. She will show and then be a great brood matron. Offered by Cech Family Shorthorns and purchased by Steven Dostel of Howells, Neb. $3,700 - Lot 73 - Bred Cow - Waukaru First Lady 4043. A red, polled, 2014 daughter of KL Prime Time Teddy and out of Waukaru First Lady 2003 selling bred to Muridale Thermal Energy 15A for a Spring 2020 calf. This is another top female line at Waukaru. The First

Lady female line has been a leader in that program for many years. Offered by Waukaru Farms and purchased by John Sonderman of Columbus, Neb. $3,000 - Lot 1 - Bred Heifer WR 268 Delight 827. A red, polled, February 2018 daughter of Byland Top Gun 2G8 and out of WR 3140 Delight 427 ET selling bred to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity for an early Spring 2020 calf. This young female has unlimited potential as a top brood cow in any program. She has great depth and overall dimension. Offered by Warner Ranch and purchased by Willis Hastings of Ogallola, Neb. $2,450 - Lot 7 - Bred Heifer - WR 403 Daisy 800 - A roan, polled. January 2018 daughter of S/S DSSS Platinum 403 ET and out of S/S Daisy 203 selling bred to Muridale Rawhide 6E for a Spring 2020 calf. This is a really well made young female that has the complete body mass that all like to see. Offered by Warner Ranch and purchased by Lantz Grauerholz of Hildreth, Neb.=

Hill Haven Selection Sale Sale Summary

21 Open Heifers......... $ 110,700......... $ 5,271 15 Bred Heifers........... $ 65,200........... $ 4,346 1 Bred Female............. $ 4,750............. $ 4,750 1 Bull.......................... $ 3,500............. $ 3,500 3 Flushes..................... $ 16,750........... $ 5,583 41 Breeding Lots....... $ 200,900......... $ 4,900 7 Embryo Pkgs........... $ 11,775........... $ 1,682 9 Semen Pkgs.............. $ 7,425............. $ 825 Sale Gross $220,100

Sunday, September 28, 2019 Duntroon, Ontario, Canada Auctioneer: Ryan Dorran by: Chris Smith

On a brisk but beautiful sunny day in Ontario Canada. Hill Haven Shorthorns along with their guest consigners put on a fantastic Shorthorn Sale. It was a very active crowd socializing before the sale, looking at the cattle in the lots and while the auction was going on. Interest in these progressive firm livestock was also good on the phones and internet. These firms dug deep into their herd to bring the best both phenotypically and genotypically. $28,500-Top selling lot was Lot 1A, 1B, and 1C Choice lot. After much discussion both in the pens and at the sale ring Jody Hawkins, Glenavon Sask. Selected Lot 1C for 21,000 this stout, fancy made, roan, March 2019 heifer was sired by Little Cedar Aviator 503x and out of Hill Haven Breathtaker 35Y. 56

Jody then selected 1a for 7,500. This roan, powerfully made, February 2019 heifer was also and Aviator but out of Hill Haven Breathless which is the mother of Breathtaker. Lot 1B will stay at Hill Haven and join their impressive female battery. $24,500-2nd top selling lot was another choice Lot 14A and 14B. Wow! What a set of full sisters and what a decision. 14B which was my choice of the sale was a powerful, red, January 2018 female sired by Hill Haven Firestorm 28C and out of S/F Lily 394 HC and bred to Hill Haven Bullitt 25B for a Jan 2020 calf. Samantha Lundy, Collingwood, Ont., was the winning bidder at 17,000 and I am sure we will see future progeny from her. Congrats. Lot 14A which was a full sister to lot 14B was a roan, polled, January 2019 heifer. This stout made, thick deep bodied calf was selected by George Brown Nottawa, Ont for 7,500. This heifer has all the making to turn out just like her full sister. $12,500-the next in line is Lot 11. Hill Haven Pretty Rose is an ultra complete, dark roan, January 2019 female sired by the ever popular Hill Haven Firestorm 28C and out of SULL Pretty Woman 2302. This female will see the tanbark and the backdrop often as she has already been selected as Res. Champion

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Female at the NY State Fair. This heifer was purchased by Broughton Cattle Co Silver Springs, NY. Good Luck with this heifer. $9,750-Top selling pair was Lot 31 and 33. Millbrook Farm, Broome, Qc., consigned this excellent pair with Coldstream Farm, Flesherton Ont., keeping the pair together. Lot 31 Millbrook Lizzie GL 9G was a high volume, heavy muscled daughter of CYT Good Life 1401 and out of Millbrook Lizzie 1A. This January 2019 heifer brought 5,000. Lot 33 Millbrook Lizzie 1A was a white, January 2013 female sired by Shadybrook Limited Edition 4T and out of Millbrook Miss Lizzie 2T. She sold bred to the up and coming Millbrook Fireball 23F. You will hear more from Fireball. $9,000-Another pair of full sisters lot 5 and 6. Lot 6 Hill Haven Sierra Saphron 14F was a roan, January 2018 female sired by CSF Evolution and out of the donor female Hill Haven Sierra Sapphire 2B. This good female sold bred to Hill Haven Exception due March 2020. Diamond Future Cattle Co. Millverton, Ont., was the buyer at 5,000. Lot 5 the January 2019 full sister was a r/w marked, powerhouse and was purchased by Don Neelands, Caledon, Ont., purchased this fancy female for 4,000. =


Where Great Females Make A Difference Sale Summary

29 Open Heifers......... $ 117,525......... $ 4,053 3 Bred Females............ $ 10,800........... $ 3,600 9 Bred Heifers............. $ 20,500........... $ 2,278 1 Cow/Calf Pair.......... $ 2,500............. $ 2,500 2 Bulls......................... $ 2,550............. $ 1,275 44 Breeding Lots....... $ 153,875......... $ 3.497 3 Pregnancies.............. $ 8,200............. $ 2,733 2 Embryo Pkgs........... $ 3,100............. $ 1,550 7 Semen Pkgs.............. $ 8,740............. $ 1,249 Sale Gross $173,915

Saturday, October 5, 2019 Greenhorn Cattle Co Sale Facility Waynesville, Ohio Auctioneer: Kevin Wendt Sale Managers: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. by: Darryl Rahn

A good crowd gathered on a very nice day in Ohio for the presentation of this leading Shorthorn sale. Again this year, the Greenhorn Cattle Co and their guest consignors presented a great group of genetics in all categories. The bidding was active throughout this snappy sale with cattle going to several states with a nice group of new buyers. Congratulations to David and Josh for another great job. $25,500 - Lot 1 - Open Heifer - GCC Maxim Margie 81 ET. A roan, polled, November 28, 2018 daughter of CYT Maxim 9202 ET and out of D&D Margie’s Beauty 610S ET. This one is special. The mating of the Max Rosa genetics with Margie 610S hit a home run. What a super female. This heifer has already been in the winners circle and her show career is just beginning. What a way to start the sale. Offered by Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Tom Brown of Bluffton, Ohio. $11,000 - Lot 1A - Open Heifer DON Margie 215 ET. A red, polled, March 15, 2019 daughter of DF Waco 6W and out of D&D Margie’s Beauty 610S ET. This is another proven mating. The Waco Margies have long been high sellers in this sale. This one is destined to be a leader in that group. Offered by Donathan Show Stock and purchased by Baylor Cowden of Washington, Pa. $10,500 - Lot 9 - Open Heifer SULL GCC Max Rosa 9096G ET. A rwm, polled, January 14, 2019 daughter of SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Max Rosa 1145-1 ET CL. Here was a great example of the great Max Rosa line in a super complete female that has a full sister that was the Grand Champion at the 2019 Junior National Show. This is an elite show heifer and then will be a leading donor female. Offered by Sullivan Farms and Greenhorn Cattle

Co and purchased by Double C Farm of Rickman, Tenn. $9,000 - Lot 4 - Open Heifer - GCC Aviator Foxxy 29 ET. A roan, polled, January 5, 2019 daughter of Little Cedar Aviator 503X and out of K-Kim Foxxy 29S. This was a favorite of many at the sale. Long sided with plenty of natural thickness and a super front end. She has the overall design to be a top show heifer in her career. Offered by Greenhorn Cattle Co and Wilson Farm and purchased by Mark Nolan of Mendon, Ohio. $6,500 - Lot 3A - ShorthornPlus Open Heifer - TAD Margie With Style 542 3G ET. A black, polled, March 4, 2019 daughter of Silvieras Style 9303 and out of GCC Turners Margie 542 E ET. This one will work. A Style out of the Reserve National Champion Female at the 2018 NWSS. She is super sound and has the dimension and style to be a great show prospect and then a top brood matron. Offered by Decker Farms and Greenhorn Cattle Co and purchased by Anna Lynn Beach of Syracuse, Neb.=

WHR Breeders WHR Assessments for 2020 will be sent in November. If you do not receive yours, please contact the ASA office as soon as possible. 1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2019 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2019.) 2. Included with each assessment is the registration of a calf born to the dam in the year she was assessed (if calf is registered prior to one year of age) and a free transfer of said calf (if recorded within 60 days from the date of the sale.) (i.e. cost to register a calf born in 2019 to an assessed 2019 dam will be $0, if calf is registered within 12 months) 2019 ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: March 1 - December 31, 2019 $25 2020 ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: November 1 - January 9 $16 January 10 - February 28 $20 March 1 - December 31 $25 *Calves born in previous year(s) to unassessed dams will incur additional fees as described below

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= News & Notes Farewell Dale L. Wernicke 75, of Lena passed away on Friday September 13, 2019 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, Wisc. He was born on February 23, 1944 to Louis and Marie (Breed) Wernicke in Freeport, Ill. He married Anita Rood in Monroe, Wisc., in 1970. He graduated from Lena-Winslow High School in 1962. He was a 3rd generation farmer and raised purebred Shorthorn cattle and exhibited all over North America. Dale loved the cattle business in all aspects. He was a member of the American Shorthorn Association and served on the board of directors. He was a past Builder of the Breed award recipient in 1986 and received numerous National and State awards showing his cattle. He is leaving his legacy to his 4th generation son Ryan. He also enjoyed watching his grandchildren show cattle and pigs. He is survived by his son Ryan (Mary) Wernicke of Lena, grandchildren; Laci, Ty and Isabella, Siblings-Alan Wernicke of NY and Lynda (Reggie) Greeley of Colo.,

and, numerous friends that he considered family. He was preceded in death by his parents and wife Anita in 2012. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.leamonfh.com. Andrew M. Humphreys, 68, of Wolcott, passed away on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Franciscan Health Hospital of Lafayette. He was born August 27, 1951 in Lafayette to the late John and Arlene (Ruemler) Humphreys. Andrew was a graduate of Wolcott High School and Valedictorian of his 1969 class. He attended Purdue University where he was a member of Farm House Fraternity. His marriage was to Jacqui Misch on December 8, 1973 in Wolcott; she survives. Andrew was an Elder of Meadow Lake Presbyterian Church of Wolcott, Secretary and Treasurer of the Indiana Shorthorn Association, member of the National Shorthorn Association, Chairman of the White County 4-H Beef Barn for 30 years, on the Peoples Feed Mill

Board, and member of the White County Extension Board. Andrew loved being a self-employed farmer and cattleman, he also worked for Indiana Animal Health of Wolcott for 25 years. He thoroughly enjoyed showing cattle throughout the years and passed that hobby to his grandchildren. Andrew also enjoyed a good game of Euchre with friends. Surviving along with his wife is a son, Josh (Jane) Humphreys of Wolcott; grandchildren, John, Jaylynn, and Sophia Humphreys. Sisters, Sandra Hipsher of Tennessee and Susan (Mark) Stevenson of Franklin, IN. Mother and father-in-law, Bill and Mary Misch of Wolcott; sisterin-law, Pam (Don) Nesbitt of West Lafayette; brothers-in-law, Bill (Fran) Misch of Lafayette and Jeff (Marleta) Misch of Brookston. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews and long-time friend, Tom (Candy) Byers of Wolcott. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Andrew’s name to the National Shorthorn Association, White County 4-H Beef, or the Meadow Lake Presbyterian Church.

Dale Hart Honored at Amarillo Shorthorn Show By Mary Bass, Texas State Publicity Officer The 2019 South Central Regional Shorthorn Show held September 15 at the Tri State Fair, Amarillo, Texas was dedicated to Dale Hart, Hartsdale Polled Shorthorns, Friona, Texas. The South Central Region of the American Shorthorn Association includes Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Louisiana. Hartsdale Polled Shorthorns started in 1948 with the purchase of one polled Shorthorn heifer for an FFA project Hart’s freshman year in high school. 90% of the present cowherd of 60 mother cows are descendent’s of this heifer. For many years the herd was maintained at 100 mothers. A severe drought between 2010 and 2013 forced the sale of 60% of the cowherd in 2013. All heifers have been kept since that time for rebuilding the herd. Cattle have been purchased at the Texas Shorthorn Association sale and the Fortune 500 Sale in Oklahoma in recent years. A Grade A dairy was run until 1958. Since that time the herd has been maintained as a cow/calf operation. In the early 1970’s, the American Shorthorn Associa58

tion opened its Herd Book to accept Dual Purpose Shorthorns, who traced back to the herd book in the 1940’s. Hartsdale Polled Shorthorns contained these cows and thus the cows could be registered in the American Shorthorn Association as well as the American Milking Shorthorn Society. In the late 70’s and early 1980’s Hart consigned cattle to the 5-State Shorthorn Sale in Guymon, Oklahoma. The firm continued to exhibit cattle on the county, state and national level in Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado and occasionally Arizona. In 2005 and 2006 Hart exhibited the Grand Champion bulls at the National Dual Purpose Shorthorn Show in Hutchinson, Kansas on Hartsdale Texas Chess and Hartsdale Texas Big Red. He also exhibited the Reserve Champion Female at the 2005 show. Some of the herd bulls used in the past include Willbro Harvester, Ridgeview MM Chief P, QCC Impressive Jax P, Kahoa’s,Wabash Harvey P and Cherry Plus Chess. Hart has also done some line breeding with home bred bulls with good

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success. Hart is a rural mail carrier. He has been a member of the Friona Baptist Church for 75 years and was a 4-H leader for over 20 years. He and his wife Laura have 4 children - Xarene Bass of Canyon, Holly Campbell of Friona, Evelyn Romero of Canyon and Jeremy Hart of Friona and 10 grandchildren. =

Pictured with Hart is his wife Laura, their four children, in-laws and grandchildren.


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= Sales Calendar Nov. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, ND. Nov. 2 - “Breeders Alliance” Sale. Hosted by Norman/Ripberger, Newman, Ill. Nov. 3 - DJS Shorthorns The Showcase Shorthorn Event Sale, Laurel, Neb. Nov. 9 - Four State Shorthorn Sale, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 10 - Bowman Superior Genetics, “Form To Function” Sale, Greens Fork, Ind. Nov. 11 - Aegerter Cattle Co “Simple Choices” Production Sale, Seward, Neb. Nov. 17 - Greenhorn Cattle Company “Where Future Generations Are Created” Sale, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 24 - Farrer Stock Farms, Dynamic Dams Bred Cow Sale, Royal Center, Ind. Nov. 24 - Kohlstaedt and Friends, “Genetic Power” Sale, Wellington, Mo. Nov. 25 - Bar N Shorthorns Holiday Classic Bred Heifer Sale, Bellview, Minn., amsonlinesalescom. Nov. 26 - 3 Buck Cattle Company Online Heifer and Steer Sale, Bryant, SD hosted on amsonlinesales.com. Dec. 1 - Bollum Family Shorthorns “Red White and Roan Online Sale”, breedersworld. com. Dec. 7- Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. Dec. 10 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com SPRING 2020 Jan. 19 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale, Denver, Colo. Jan. 28 - Galbreath Farm/Shady Maple Farm “Early Bird Bull Sale”, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com Feb. 4 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durhams in the Dakotas” Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND. Feb. 11 - Iowa Royal Shorthorn Sale, Iowa Beef Expo, Des Moines, Iowa. Feb. 18 - AJSA “Funding The Future” Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com Feb. 22 - “Midwest Shorthorn Spectacular” Illinois Beef Expo, Springfield, Ill. Feb. 22/23 - Studer Shorthorns/Gilman Shorthorns “Don’t You Think It’s Time” Online Bull Sale, Creston, Iowa, amsonlinesales.com

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Feb. 25 - Alden Farms “Genetic Advancement” Online Sale, Hamilton, Mo., amsonlinesales.com Feb. 27 - Wise Polled Shorthorns & Bar N Cattle Co., “Right for the Times” Online Bull & Bred Female Sale, Bethany, Ill., and Belview, Minn., amsonlinesales.com Feb. 29 & Mar. 1 - Leveldale Farms “Headquarters for Herd Bulls” Open House, Mason City, Ill. March 2 - Leveldale Farms Private Treaty Bull Sale, Mason City, Ill. March 5 - Bratcher Farms “Genetic Sale” Elizabeth, Ky., amsonlinesales.com March 7 - Loving Farms “Predictable Genetics Proven Performance Sale” Pawnee Rock, Kan. March. 7 - Kentucky National Beef Expo Sale, Louisville, Ky. March 8/9 - Stangl Shorthorns Open House Bull & Heifer Sale, Java, SD. March 11/12 - Cates Farms, “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, IN, hosted on amsonlinesales.com. March 12/13 - “Treasures of the Tank”, Seward, Neb., amsonlinesales.com March 14 - Tennessee Agribition Show and Sale, Lebanon, Tenn. March 18 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Fall Show Heifer Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. March 19 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Spring Show Heifer and Bred Female Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa March 20 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” “Designer Genes” Online Semen and Embryo Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. March 21 - Ohio Beef Expo Shorthorn Show and Sale, Columbus, Ohio. March 21 - Waukaru Farms, “The Gathering” Bull Sale, Rensselaer, Ind. March 29 - WHR Shorthorns, “Lone Star Edition XXVI”, Van Alstyne, TX April 4 - Paint Valley and Byland Shorthorns “A New Brand” Bull Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. April 11 - Lazy Bar F and Double G Shorthorns, “Red Dirt Treasures” Shorthorn = Production Sale, Seminole, Okla.

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Nov. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, ND. Nov. 3 - DJS Shorthorns The Showcase Shorthorn Event Sale, Laurel, NE. Nov. 8 - The Autumn Classic Show and Sale, Turlock, CA., amsonlinesales.com Nov. 10 - Bowman Superior Genetics, “Form To Function” Sale, Greens Fork, IN. Nov. 11 - Aegerter Cattle Co “Simple Choices” Production Sale, Seward, NE. Nov. 17 - Greenhorn Cattle Company “Where Future Generations Are Created” Sale, Louisville, KY. Nov. 24 - Kohlstaedt and Friends, “Genetic Power” Sale, Wellington, MO. Nov. 25 - Bar N Shorthorns Holiday Classic Bred Heifer Sale, Bellview, MN, amsonlinesalescom Nov. 26 - 3 Buck Cattle Company Online Heifer and Steer Sale, Bryant, SD amsonlinesales.com. Dec. 7 - Paint Valley Shorthorns and Byland Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Sale, Millersburg, OH. Dec. 10 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com Jan. 19 - “The Summit” National Shorthorn Sale, Denver, CO. Feb. 4 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durhams in the Dakotas” Bull Sale, Kathryn, ND. Feb. 18 - AJSA “Funding The Future” Online Sale, amsonlinesales.com Feb. 22-23 - Studer Shorthorns/Gilman Shorthorns “Don’t You Think It’s Time” Online Bull Sale, Creston, Iowa, amsonlinesales.com Feb. 25 - Alden Farms “Genetic Advancement” Online Sale, Hamilton, Mo., amsonlinesales.com Feb. 27 - Wise Polled Shorthorns & Bar N Cattle Co., “Right for the Times” Online Bull & Bred Female Sale, Bethany, Ill., and Belview, Minn., amsonlinesales.com Mar. 5 - Bratcher Farms “Genetic Sale” Elizabeth, KY, amsonlinesales.com Mar. 8 & 9 - Stangl Shorthorns Open House Bull & Heifer Sale, Java, SD Mar. 11-12 - Cates Farms, “Modoc Madness” Online Sale, Modoc, IN, amsonlinesales.com Mar. 12-13 - “Treasures of the Tank”, Seward, NE, amsonlinesales.com Mar. 18,19,20 - Sullivan Farms “No Bull” Online sales, Dunlap, IA Mar. 29 - WHR Shorthorns, “Lone Star Edition XXVI”, Van Alstyne, TX April 4 - Paint Valley and Byland Shorthorns “A New Brand” Bull Sale, Millersburg, OH April 11 - Lazy Bar F and Double G Shorthorns, “Red Dirt Treasures” Shorthorn Production Sale, Seminole, OK

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= Ad Index 605 Schrag..................................... 62 AAA Shorthorns............................. 60 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.... 65 AJ Cattle Co................................... 60 American Shorthorn Association.... 65 Bennett Land & Cattle................... 60 Berg Shorthorns............................. 60 Bigelow Farms................................ 60 Bill Fugate & Family...................... 61 Bollum Family Shorthorns...........IBC Bowman Superior Genetics............ 60 Bridle Path Ranch.......................... 60 Brooks, Bruce................................. 63 Bye Well Shorthorns....................... 60 Byland Polled Shorthorns....IFC-3, 60 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC..... 63, 64 Cairns Shorthorns.......................... 60 Cates Farms.................................... 60 Cattle Visions............................. 7, 63 Cornerstone Farms......................... 60 Crawfdown Farms.......................... 60 Dedmon Shorthorns...................... 60 DJS Shorthorns.............................. 60 Double C Shorthorns..................... 60 Dreamy 280 Cattle Company........ 60 DTR Cattle Co.............................. 60 Duis Farms..................................... 61 Eyes on the Midwest Sale................. 9

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Fickbohm Farms Shorthorns.......... 61 Fischer Cattle Company................. 61 Galbreath’s...................................... 66 Gallagher USA............................... 57 Great Shorthorn Revival................ BC Greenhorn Cattle Company, LLC.. 61 Haumont Shorthorns..................... 61 Homeplace Farms..................... 45, 61 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.................. 61 Humble Stock Farm....................... 61 Inness Shorthorns........................... 61 Iroquoian Shorthorns..................... 61 James F. Bessler, Inc........................ 63 Jester Farms.................................... 61 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm............ 61 Keystone Shorthorns...................... 61 Genetic Power Sale.................. A1A20 KSS Keystone Shorthorns............... 61 Labans Roanoke Farm ................... 61 Leveldale Farms.............................. 61 Little Cedar Cattle Co.................... 62 McKee Family Shorthorns.............. 62 Meyer Family Shorthorns............... 62 Meyer Farms.................................. 62 NILE Valley Farm/Henderickson Trust.. 62 Norman Farms............................... 62 Oler Farm...................................... 62 Paint Valley Farms.....................IFC-3

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Phildon Farms................................ 62 Richardson Farms Shorthorns........ 62 Robjoy Shorthorns......................... 62 Rockin G Land & Cattle................ 62 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.............. 62 Sears Marketing Services, LLC....... 63 Shady Maple Farms........................ 66 SharBen Shorthorns....................... 62 Singing H Shorthorns.................... 62 Smoky Mountain Farm.................. 62 Stangl Shorthorns........................... 62 Stone Springs Shorthorns............... 62 Sullivan Farms................................ 63 Sullivan Supply.............................. 63 Sutherland Shorthorns................... 63 The Summit..................................... 5 Top Notch Stock Farm................... 63 Turner Family Shorthorns.............. 63 Tynywtra’s...................................... 63 Warner Ranch................................ 63 Waukaru Shorthorns...................... 63 Wendt, Kevin................................. 63 Wilson Livestock Agency................ 63


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