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october 2019

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.


Shorthorn Country october 2019 issue 9 • volume 46

= Features

Intent to Run...................................................................................... 16 ASA Annual Meeting Registration Form....................................... 19

=Show Results Illinois State Fair, Super Regional Show......................................... 22 Illinois State Fair, Junior Show......................................................... 24 Western Idaho Fair, Regional Show................................................ 23 Indiana State Fair, Regional Show................................................... 57 Iowa State Fair, Regional Show........................................................ 58 State Fair of West Virginia, Super Regional Show......................... 61 Wisconsin State Shorthorn Show.................................................... 63

= Sale Reports

Cates Farms Star Search.................................................................... 70

Update..................................................................................6 Association Outlook..........................................................8 Beef Business.....................................................................12 News & Notes....................................................................68 Junior Corner....................................................................66 What You Need To Know................................................20 2019-2020 Show System..................................................60 Postage Statement.............................................................62 Sales Calendar...................................................................77 Ad Index............................................................................78

7607 NW Prairie View Rd, Platte Woods, MO 64151-1544 816-599-7777 •  FAX: 816-599-7782 • www.shorthorncountry.net Don Cagwin, publisher Tracy Duncan, managing editor/art director = 402-212-2594 tracy@shorthorncountry.org Amy Sampson, graphic designer = 816-437-9210 amy@shorthorncountry.org Amanda Cagwin, accountant = amandacagwin@yahoo.com =Advertising Representatives Cindy Cagwin-Johnston= 217-452-3051 cagwincattle@casscomm.com Darryl Rahn = 217-473-1124 drahn@casscomm.com

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The October cover was taken at Jungels Shorthorn Farms, Kathryn, ND

=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 Rogers, 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

ASA Dates of Note October Oct. 1 NAILE entry deadline Nov. 17 NAILE - Jr. Shorthorn Show Oct. 3-4 World Shorthorn Conf., Australia Nov. 18 NAILE - Jack C. Ragsdale Oct. 5 KILE National Shorthorn and National ShorthornPlus Show ShorthornPlus Show followed by National Shorthorn Show Oct. 6 KILE Junior Shorthorn and Nov. 20 NWSS entry deadline ShorthornPlus Show (Open/Junior/Yards) Oct. 12 Leading a Legacy Junior Fundraiser - Nov. 22-23 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Dunlap, Iowa Awards Banquet, Hilton Kansas Oct. 24 American Royal Junior City Airport Shorthorn Show and National Nov. 28-29 ASA Office Closed - Shorthorn Show Thanksgiving and day after November December Nov. 1 Inventories mailed for 2020 WHR Dec. 24-Jan.1 ASA Office Closed Nov. 15 Fort Worth entry deadline January Nov. 16 NAILE - Jr. ShorthornPlus Show Jan. 1 2020 ASA Membership is due Nov. 16 Deck the Stalls Junior Fundraiser - Jan. 9 Deadline for early discount for 2020 at NAILE, Louisville, Ky. WHR assessment fees ($16)

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

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Committee Meetings Friday, November 22, 2019 10:30 - 11:30 AM Held during the ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet event. All are welcome to participate. - Genetic Evaluation Committee - Commercial Acceptance Committee - ShorthornPlus Committee - Promotion Committee - 150th Anniversary Committee

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

KILE Judges

Open Show: Brent Murphy Junior Show: Lydell Meier

American Royal Judges Open Show: Donnie Robertson Junior Show: Graham Blagg

Help Support the Juniors! Oct. 12 • Leading a Legacy, Dunlap, Iowa Nov. 16 • Deck the Stalls, at NAILE, Louisville, Ky.

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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= Association Outlook 2019 Annual Meeting & Forum, Nov. 22 & 23

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he Fall season is upon us. This is a busy time for Shorthorn Breeders - weaning calves, getting crops out/in, breaking calves for sales, going to the shows and possibly attending a few Shorthorn sales. Fall is one of the most demanding times of the year for those of us in agriculture that are farming and ranching. I hope you will find time to attend this year’s Annual Meeting and Forum Nov. 22 & 23 in Kansas City at the Hilton Airport Hotel. The schedule for this event is in the right-hand column. This year’s theme is Building a Positive Breed Image. We can all do our part to improve in this area. We are judged every time we are in front of a potential customer. Every breed is judged and assumptions for the entire breed result from each person’s actions and reactions. As united Shorthorn breeders, it is time to take care of each other and ultimately take care of ourselves. From standing behind our cattle with integrity to making positive comments about the breed; being positive sends a message of confidence and pride to the cattle industry. The program at the forum includes very successful livestock breeders from our breed and other breeds who will share their philosophies on this subject. They will share why they feel their breeds are successful and the practices they use daily to guarantee continued success. These are the pillars of our industry who have worked hard to build their own programs and reputation, and in turn build a breed’s reputation – such as Donnell Brown from RA Brown Ranches and Paul Hill from Champion Hill and our own Derek Jungels’ Shorthorn success story. We also have livestock professionals like Marty Lueck who managed a herd of purebred Herefords for private enterprise and then donated it to Missouri State University and Randy McCabe of a hard-working family that sells numerous bulls and females in a commercial setting. There is Virgil Husemen, a successful purebred operator and Jim Husz who, over 25 years, has developed commercial markets for two beef breeds at NW Missouri State University as well as developing his own personal herd. Ben Lohmann who procures AI sires for a stud along with Patrick Wall at ISU and Matt Woolfolk at ASA will also be included. This program is loaded with years of expertise and knowledge open for your questions and understanding the importance of that positive image for all. This Friday & Saturday in Nov. also includes the ASA annual

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

Meeting and Awards Banquet and workshops with ASA staff. To some, the best parts are the socials and having time to visit and enjoy some good old fashion Shorthorn enthusiasm sharing knowledge with other passionate Shorthorn breeders. This is a must attend event for your fall activities! =

Building a Positive Breed Image FRIDAY, NOV. 22 9:00 am –Workshops - Digital Beef Registry, Heather Lange & Emily Velisek - Performance Program Updates, Matt Woolfolk - Marketing Strategies, Shelby Rogers & Amy Sampson 10:30-11:30 am – Committee Meetings - Genetic Evaluation, Commercial Acceptance, ShorthornPlus, Promotion & 150th Anniversary Committees 11:30-1:15 pm – Lunch Break (Lunch on your own) 1:30-3:00 pm – Building a Commercial Image - Panel, Virgil Huseman, Marty Lueck and Randy McCabe 3:00-3:30 pm – Break 3:30-4:00 pm – ISU Heifer Project, Patrick Wall 4:00-4:30 pm – Marketing Campaign, Eric Grant 4:30-7:00 pm – ASA Annual Gathering (Social with hors-d’oeuvres) SATURDAY, NOV. 23 7:30 am – Continental Breakfast Available in Conference Room 8:00-8:30 am – Breed Performance Update, Matt Woolfolk 8:30-9:15 am – A.I. Sire Procurement, Ben Lohmann, ABS Global 9:15-9:40 am – Break 9:45-10:30 am – Building Blocks to a Stronger Breed, Donnell Brown 10:30-12:00 pm – Breeders Impact on a Breed - Panel, Derek Jungels, Paul Hill and Jim Husz 12:00-1:30 pm – Lunch (included with registration) 2:00-4:00 pm – Annual Meeting 4:00-6:00 pm – Pre-Banquet Social 6:00-8:30 pm – Awards Banquet - Merit Award, Heritage Award & Builder of the Breed Announced - Performance Awards, Show Awards, Membership Awards & Century Club all Recognized To register, go to the ASA Website shorthorn.org and under quick links, find 2019 Annual Meeting Registration.

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 8

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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= Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

Focusing on Fall Weaning Even with most Shorthorn herds being spring calving, the fall season is still plenty busy on and off the farm. Friday and Saturday night lights glow across the country as football season will be in full swing by the time this hits mailboxes. Hopefully, you can catch your favorite team in action when you aren’t under pressure to finish farm chores. In addition to many of you being in the midst of harvest season, there are plenty of sales and shows to prepare for or attend. On top of all that, the spring calves at home need to be weaned! Weaning can be an exciting time, as you get to see if your breeding decisions from over a year ago worked like you planned, if you exceeded your goals, or if some matings just didn’t work out. With those spring calves getting ready to come to the weaning pen, there will be plenty of decisions for you to make. I’m sure there will be some Shorthorn family debates about which replacement heifers to keep, as well as which bull calves will be lucky enough to stay bulls. If you are already collecting weaning weights on your calves, you’ve made the choice to incorporate performance into your program and realize the benefits to having data at your disposal when making these decisions. Individual performance records don’t just tell you the story on a specific calf, but also add to the knowledge on sires and dams you’ve used in your program. You can use your eyes and evaluate this year’s calves to make culling decisions without performance records. However, is that single calf crop the best snapshot of the

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genetic capability of your herd? Most make is which bulls to breed our herd bulls get used for more than one cows to for the next calf crop. Those season. It might take a calf crop or two to selections give us the pool from which learn which cows are good fits for him. we choose our replacements heifers and We always hope our cows give us more any potential bulls. As much as we talk than one calf. Without some data, it’s about “selecting” our next generation of harder to know their whole production breeding stock, if you think about, we history and if this year’s calf measures are more-so removing the ones deemed up. That single calf in the pen might be unfit to join the herd. It’s a process of the worst one she ever produces or the elimination to go from the start of the only great one she ever raises. Without calf crop to watching the remaining some production records, it’s harder to females calve as 2-year olds. Whether know exactly what you have in the pen. that elimination is done by nature or If you are someone who can recite from by you as the herdsman, the initial memory all the matings and quality of decisions you make when planning every calf your decade-old cows have your matings become crucial the longer ever produced, I really do envy you. those animals are in your program. Use Since I am not one of those folks (and all the information at your disposal to there are very few with that skill), the help yourself make the most educated need for weaning weights is pretty decisions for your program’s success. important. If facilities or lack of a scale The better your selections are at mating, are preventing you from weighing your the more difficult your future culling calf crop, visit with your neighbors, decisions will be! county extension agent, or the local sale I hope to see a lot of you out on the barn about finding a set of scales to use. road sometime this fall. With many If you do get weaning weights collected, different stops on my North American don’t forget to record them in Digital tour in plenty of different states, there’s Beef so the information can be used in a decent chance our paths might cross. the calculation of our EPDs. There are plenty of exciting events At the NST Field Day on August 24, going on in the realm of Shorthorn this line from one of our speakers stood breed improvement this fall, such as out to me as profound: the finishing of the second cycle of the “The true moment of NST, the start of the selection is at breeding. “The true moment of selection third NST cycle, and The rest of the time we inaugural heifer is at breeding. The rest of the the are just culling.” feed efficiency trial in time we are just culling.” As I thought about partnership with Iowa this statement, the State. It’s an exciting more it makes sense. As cattle breeders, time to be a part of the Shorthorn family! the real important decision that we =

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= Intent to Run Members Announce Intent to Run for ASA Board of Directors John R. Russell DVM – My love of Shorthorns began in the 1960’s when my maternal grandmother encouraged me to consider the breed for an FFA project. Her family had initially crossed Shorthorns with their herd in order to bring docility and improve milking ability. As a ranching granddaughter, daughter and wife, she was very knowledgeable of the breeding programs for their ranch and was confident the Shorthorn would provide a great future. My first Shorthorn heifer was purchased from L. M. Haupt Shorthorns in College Station, Texas. That first purchase started the burning desire to raise my own Shorthorns. Throughout my high school years, I continued to show Shorthorns and was heavily immersed in the Shorthorn world when I worked for the Haupt Ranch during college. After graduating from Texas A&M University, School of Veterinary Medicine and opening a solo practice in Cypress, Texas, my passion for Shorthorns remained strong. I turned that passion into a reality by starting my own herd of Shorthorns and Maines in there early 1990’s. By using a variety of popular bulls of that era, studying genetics and outcomes for best breeding results, my operation continued to grow. When I built my ranch in 1998, I chose the name Tadmore Farms to honor my great-great grandfather’s homestead “Tadmor” which was established in 1846 in Matagorda, Texas. In 2001, my wife Barbara and I made the decision to phase out the Maines and focus exclusively on our Shorthorn herd genetics. We achieved this primarily by using WHR genetics with an occasional addition of V-8. In more recent years we have enhanced our herd by adding a variety of genetics through embryo transfer. We currently market primarily to Texas 4-H & FFA students, offering heifers and steers to show. Each cattle purchase also provides access to a team who assists in: Showmanship, Feeding program, Fitting for shows. The American Shorthorn Association 16

will benefit by having me on the National Board of Directors, as I vow to: Represent the state of Texas as well as all other southern states. Be a voice for the people in my region including neighboring southern states. Explain the views southern breeders have in order to improve the entire national association. Bring my vast experience with people, different breeders, all aspects of breeding cattle, and my extensive education to provide a more calculated approach to the improvement of the Shorthorn breed. Credentials: Member of the Texas Shorthorn Association fulfilling a BOD term; served as Vice President & President and am currently the Vice President for the 2nd time. ASA Ambassador for two years representing the American Shorthorn Association in local Texas Shorthorn shows and at different venues across Texas. Jerrell Crow Myself, Jerrell Crow, and Stephanie Crow are co-owners of Crow Creek Farms in Lawton, Oklahoma along with cousin Steven. Jerrell graduated from Elgin High School in 1987. While attending Western Oklahoma State College in Altus, Oklahoma, I became a certified welder in 1988. In 1990, I married my wife, Stephanie. The start of my work career began by working in the cable telecommunications and fiber optic industry. I have obtained numerous national certifications in installation and safety and later founded K&M Satellite, Inc. This company completed large residential and commercial projects from St. Louis, Missouri to Reno Nevada. During this time, managing a fleet of employees located in Lawton and Oklahoma City was a task of mine. Following a recovery from an accident, I sold K&M Satellite, Inc. Currently, I sever as an E.M.R. for Rush Springs, Oklahoma Ambulance Service. In addition, I’m a Lieutenant and the Public Information Office

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for Hulen, Oklahoma Volunteer Fire Department. Stephanie and I are active members in the Cache Creek Cowboy Church. Additionally, I serve as the President of the Oklahoma Shorthorn Association; serving in this post for the last six of the seven years. I have been a member of the OSA Board of Directors the last ten years. In 2017, I served as the Co-Chairman of the Shorthorn Junior Nationals in Tulsa, OK. Together, Stephanie and I served as the OSA advisors for seven years while our son Ethan was the OJSA President. During this time, OSA experienced tremendous growth and returned to national prominence. My wife and I have two children, Jobie Cash and Ethan Crow; and are the proud new grandparents of Kensi Cash, born in June of 2019. Jobie is a wonderful wife and mother and assists her husband in his work as herdsman at Londigan Farms in Granite, OK. Jobie was the AJSA Breeder of the Year in 2011. She and her husband show and raise Shorthorns and Angus Cattle. Our son, Ethan Crow, is a supervisor for an oil field equipment company. He serves as Herdsman for Crow Creek Farms. Ethan is the 2019 ASA Herdsman of the Year. Currently, Ethan is developing a herd of club calf cows. For several years, I have served as the Shorthorn Superintendent for the Tulsa State Fair. As well as servings as the Shorthorn Co-Superintendent of the Tulsa State Fair and the Oklahoma Youth Expo. Stephanie and I have raised and developed several National Champion Bulls. We have raised numerous bull and heifer Champions in the ASA South Central Region. Currently, Crow Creek Farms owns and exhibits the ASA Purebred Show Bull of the year. TJH Bo’s Maxim and the ASA ShorthornPlus Show Bull of the Year, CCF Nicholas. Together, we co-own and manage 125 purebred and plus cows on 800 acres in Southwest Oklahoma. Crow Creek Farms has a fall production sale and participates in the annual Oklahoma Sooner Sale and Show in Duncan, OK. I help co-manage the Future Sale and Show Back and Open Junior Show. Furthermore, I look forward to being able to serve on the ASA Board of Directors.


Lee Miller - I am from Millersburg, Ohio where my wife Dawn and I have four children and run a beef operation in the heart of Amish country. From the time I was old enough to carry a bucket and throw hay bales, I have been involved with livestock. Growing up, we had dairy cattle and fed out beef steers and hogs. While I am also involved in other business ventures today, time spent on the farm is always better than a day at the office. Little did I know that when we bought a few Shorthorn cows in 2005 that I would be bit with the “Shorthorn Bug”. Today, I truly believe that the maternal values our breed can offer the beef industry are unmatched. What started as a hobby has turned into a

business venture at Paint Valley Farms as our herd has grown to 150 Shorthorn and Shorthorn influenced cows. Come December we will host our fourth annual Maternal Event where we will offer 70 Shorthorn females along with our sale partner Byland Polled Shorthorns. In April we hosted our first annual bull sale along with Byland and successfully sold 45 Shorthorn bulls to 13 states. This past January, the Ohio Cattleman’s Association recognized us as the 2019 Ohio Seedstock Producer of the year. I have been fortunate to play a progressively more involved role in the Ohio Shorthorn Association where I served as President from 2016 to 2019. I am confident in taking my leadership skills and involvement in the Shorthorn breed to the next level. I have also served as a member of ASA’s Commercial Acceptance Committee and as the Chairman of our local beef committee,

which oversees the youth program at our county fair. For the past 20 years, I have been a partner with my father in the manufacturing and distribution of heavy equipment parts globally. We currently employ 60 people and have been in business 35 years. The experiences I have gained in leadership and staff management as well as market development with Paint Valley Equipment have been invaluable. Most of all I have made it a priority to create a positive and productive work environment for our staff. With the above-mentioned skills and experiences, I share with you my desire to be a part of the leadership team that moves this breed forward as a Director of the American Shorthorn Association.

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2019 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet November 22-23, 2019 NEW Location: Hilton Kansas City Airport 8801 NW 112th St., Kansas City, MO 64153 Phone: (816) 891-8900 - Call hotel for Reservations Cutoff Date: 10/31/19 - Group: American Shorthorn Association

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= What you need to know

Attention NAILE Exhibitors! New & Important NAILE Information Stalling Policy:

We will be following the NAILE stalling policy. NAILE uses our entries from the previous year to plan how much stalling we receive for our breed. They will take a percentage away from our previous year entries and then take a percentage away for estimated no shows of current entries. So, what does this mean for you? We get less stalls assigned for Shorthorns than what are entered. We advise that you enter more head then what you plan to bring, because we will cut down on your stall space from what you enter by the same percentage that we are cut by NAILE. Please add space for tack to your entries. (NAILE does not allow any tack space when assigning breed stalling space. In other words, you need to enter more head for you to have tack space.)

Stalling Requests:

If you have any stalling requests, we will take them, but we cannot promise that you will get them as we will be stalling where you fit best. Stalling requests need to be in by November 1st to Emily at emilyv@ shorthorn.org, in order for them to be taken into consideration. If you sent stalling requests in with your entries to NAILE, make sure to send to Emily as well; as we cannot guarantee we get those requests from NAILE! Also, please contact Emily as soon as you know if you are for sure coming or not coming to the show. Again, stall space will be determined solely off of number of head entered.

Example: IF North American was to take 30% away from us then we will take 30% off of what you entered. So if you enter 10 head you will get 7 stalls.

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

2019 NAILE Hotel Info Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport 2735 Crittenden Drive Louisville, KY 40209 Phone: 502-637-2424 Cutoff Date: 10/14/19 - Group: American Shorthorn Association

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Emily director of events, Velisek show & membership activities

New For NAILE 2019:

The North American has put out a press release for what is new in 2019. You can find it at the following link, https:// www.livestockexpo.org/images/Documents/ NewAtNAILE.pdf. Some important things we would like to point out are; • All animals must enter the grounds at Gates 4 or 6. Gate 4 will be open 24/7. • Health papers will be checked at the gates before you are allowed to enter the grounds. • All Beef Cattle will be required to have a USDA 840 EID Tag. • All cattle must have a negative report for ELISA or PCR BVD-PI test that has been collected by an accredited vet. The results should be recorded on the CV issued for entry onto the KEC for the NAILE. • Junior heifer show will accept electronic papers, but they will need to check tattoos. If you have any questions about these new rules, please contact the North American. =

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


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Illinois State Fair - Super Regional

Noth Central Region – 117 head – Judge: Cody & Brent Lowderman, Macomb, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Bull, HAHN Crown R23F, exhibited by William Milashoski of Minonk, Ill.

Grand Champion Female, SULL Max Rosa 8036F ET, exhibited by Kendall Nelson, Seneca, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull, MM Long Shot 24G exhibited by Hugh Moore Jr & Sons, Jerseyville, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion Female, HAHN Elizabeth R32F, exhibited by Braden Hahn, Minonk, Ill.

On Monday, August 12, 2019, Shorthorn enthusiast showed at the Illinois State Fair. The Super Regional Show was judged by Cody and Brent Lowderman of Macomb, Illinois. Cody and Brent evaluated 77 purebred females, 21 purebred bulls, 17 ShorthornPlus females and 2 ShorthornPlus bulls. Grand Champion Female was awarded to SULL Max Rosa 8036F ET, shown by Kendall Nelson of Seneca, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion Female honors went to HAHN Elizabeth R32F, exhibited by Braden Hahn of Minonk, Ill. Grand Champion Bull was HAHN Crown R23F, owned by William Milashoski of Minonk, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was MM Long Shot 24G, exhibited by Hugh Moore Jr & Sons of Jerseyville, Ill. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female honors went to Lorenz’s Chantilly Lace, shown by Grace Rincker of Strasburg, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was MM Patsy AI 123F, exhibited by Clayton Poppe from Jerseyville, Ill. 22

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull was MVC Pedro’s Pride 12G, shown by Brady Haschemeyer from Golden, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull was HHH Blue Moon, shown by Bella Randolph from Arcadia, Mo. Other Champions Include: Shorthorn Females: Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - STAR Tyra GS 195G, Starman Cattle, Camp Point, Ill. Reserve Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - Bergs Macey Renaissance, Kaitlyn Berg, Osage, Iowa. Champion Junior Heifer Calf - MM Dream Lady CPD 3G, Clayton Poppe. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - JS Miss Michelle 9J01, James R Johnson, Niantic, Ill. Champion Senior Heifer Calf - Bergs Emma No Foolin’, Berg’s Shorthorns, Osage, Iowa. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - HAHN Elizabeth C43F ET, John Cox, Flemingsberg, Ky. Champion Intermediate Female - CCS Katrina 503F, Don Cagwin & Dalton Johnston, Virginia, Ill. Reserve Champion Intermediate

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Female - SULL Red Red Roses 8311F ET, John Gellerman, Petersburg, Ill. Champion Junior Female - HAHN Elizabeth R32F, Braden Hahn. Reserve Champion Junior Female - SULL LGF Ruby Knights 8989F ET, John Gellerman. Champion Senior Female - SULL Max Rosa 8036F ET, Kendall Nelson. Reserve Champion Senior Female MM Dream Lady 12F, Clayton Poppe. Shorthorn Bulls: Champion Early Spring Bull Calf - Big Red, Jenna Starman, Camp Point, Ill. Reserve Champion Early Spring Bull Calf - STAR Bullseye GS419G, Starman Cattle. Champion Junior Bull Calf - MM Long Shot 24G, Hugh Moore Jr & Sons. Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf - CCS Outlook 202G, Don Cagwin & Dalton Johnston. Champion Senior Bull Calf - NF Red Hot Pursuit, Kendall Nelson. Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf - MM Beau MSC 115F, Hugh Moore Jr & Sons. Champion Intermediate Bull - Bergs Sherman, Kaitlyn Berg.


Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, MVC Pedro’s Pride 12G, exhibited by Brady Haschemeyer, Golden, Ill.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, Lorenz’s Chantilly Lace, exhibited by Grace Rincker, Strasburg, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, HHH Blue Moon, exhibited by Bella Randolph, Arcadia, Mo. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, MM Patsy AI 123F, exhibited by Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill.

Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull - NBS Fraizer A36F, Sydney Miller & Narrow Brook Shorthorns, Charlotte, Mich. Champion Junior Bull - HAHN Crown R23F, William Milashoski. Reserve Champion Junior Bull CCS Equalizer 26F, Don Cagwin & Dalton Johnston. Champion Senior Bull - Rutz Achieven, Mallory Rutz, Alhambra, Ill. ShorthornPlus Females: Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - Bergs Josy Miss Izzy, Berg’s Shorthorns. Champion Junior Heifer Calf - JM Sophia W2G, William Milashoski.

Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - CCS Fools Girl 201G, Don Cagwin & Dalton Johnston. Champion Senior Heifer Calf - MM Patsy AI 123F, Clayton Poppe. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - NF Foxy Oreo, Ella James, Manito, Ill. Champion Intermediate Female Highland Oxy 870, Raegan Smithers, Pittsfield, Ill. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - WJM Blue Star C12F, Averie Johnson, Havana, Ill. Champion Junior Female - DMW Max Rosa B04F, Carson Beckman,

Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Champion Junior Female - CCS Erica 302F, Toby Behrends, Chandlerville, Ill Champion Senior Female - Lorenz’s Chantilly Lace, Grace Rincker. Reserve Champion Senior Female - SULL Blue Crystal 8055F ET, Brett Shiller, Brighton, Ill. ShorthornPlus Bulls: Champion Junior Bull Calf - MVC Pedro’s Pride 12G, Brady Haschemeyer. Champion Intermediate Bull HHH Blue Moon, Bella Randolph. =

Western Idaho Fair - Regional Show West Region – 49 head – Judge: Kyle Shoufler, Fortville, Ind. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Purebred Female: LC Welcome Lady 2704 shown by Don Cardey of Turlock, Calif. Reserve Grand Champion Purebred

Female: LC Augusta Pat 2314 shown by Don Cardey. Grand Champion Purebred Bull: GSC Gold Label 2585 exhibited by

Greg Cardey of Turlock, Calif. Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Bull: JT Studer 2987 exhibited by J T Ranch of Turlock, Calif. =

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Illinois State Fair Junior Shows

Junior Heifer Show: Dr. Ryan Rathmann and Joe Rathmann Junior Steer Show: Dr. Scott Greiner

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by John Gellerman.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Cole Whisman.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Grace Rincker.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Max Eaton.

Champion Shorthorn Steer & 5th Overall Land of Lincoln, exhibited by Aidyn Barber.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Dash Simpsen.

3rd Overall Steer & Champion AOB (ShorthornPlus), exhibited by Kashen Ellerbrock.

Open Show Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhitibed by Aidyn Barber.

Open Show Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhitibed by Brian Clapp.

Braden Hahn, Supreme Land Of Lincoln Champion, The Don Pope Memorial Award.

Fanning Family, Premier Herdsman Shorthorn Show.

Cagwin Farms & Dalton Johnston, Premier Herdsman ShorthornPlus Show.

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Indiana State Fair - Regional Show Northeast Region – 35 head – Judge: Cody Lowderman, Macomb, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, EGL Neptune MX 759, exhibited by Ennis Girls Livestock, Martinsville, Ind.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, CF CSF Margie 830 AV X ET, exhibited by Mark Inskeep, Lafayette, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, EGL Triton MX 833, exhibited by Ennis Girls Livestock, Martinsville, Ind.

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Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, CF CSF Dream Lady 8120 EV X ET, exhibited by Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, BFC Dream On G001, exhibited by Brandywine Farms Cattle Company, Carthage, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, CF Judy Style 850 X ET, exhibited by Carter Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, BFC Blackjack F064, exhibited by Brandywine Farms Cattle Company, Carthage, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL S/T Dream On Diva 8001F ET, exhibited by Kayla Fogg, Rushville, Ind.

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Iowa State Fair - Regional Show

North Central Region – 106 head – Judge: Bill Widerman, Taneytown, MD by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, SULL Current Commodity 7630E ET, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Maxed Rosa Knights 8044F ET, exhibited by Madison McCormick, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, 6B’s Watchman, exhibited by 6B Farms, Parkersburg, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, F C Goose’s Bo 806 ET, exhibited by John Morrison, Belle Plaine, Minn. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, The Legacy of Sundance, exhibited by Kylie Mysak, Springville, Iowa.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Crystal Blue 8076F ET, exhibited by Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, PAHA Snowman, exhibited by PAHA Cattle Company, Lacona, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Gold Ivory 8435F ET, exhibited by Landon Kiepe, Ute, Iowa.

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ASA Point Show System for 2019-2020 Show Season: April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020

Region 1: Northeast

Region 4: South Central

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

Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana

Region 1: Northeast Regional Shows

Super Regional ...........WV State Fair Regional ………….Indiana State Fair Regional …………….Ohio State Fair

Region 2: Southeast Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi Region 2: Southeast Regional Shows

Super Regional…Kentucky State Fair Regional …….Appalachian State Fair Regional ………………Dixie National

Region 4: South Central Regional Shows

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

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

North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska

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

North American International Livestock Exposition, Louisville, KY

Region 3: North Central Regional Shows

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

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

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Super Regional Shows Region 5: West Regional Shows

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State Fair of West Virginia - Super Regional Northeast Region – 44 head – Judge: Andrew Foster, Niles, Mich. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Bull, PVF Independence 114F, exhibited by Whitney Miller, Millersburg, Ohio.

Grand Champion Female, Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET, exhibited by by Benjamin P. Allen, Sarver, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion Bull, TRNR London 109, exhibited by Turner Shorthorns, Somerset, Ohio.

Reserve Grand Champion Female, Armstrong Lilac 1820, exhibited by John M. Allen IV, Sarver, Pa.

On Friday, August 16, 2019, Shorthorn exhibitors showed at the State Fair of West Virginia in Lewisburg, WV. The Super Regional Show was judged by Andrew Foster of Niles, MI. Foster evaluated 26 purebred females, 9 purebred bulls, 8 ShorthornPlus females and 1 ShorthornPlus bulls. Grand Champion Female was awarded to Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET shown by Benjamin P. Allen of Sarver, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion Female honors went to Armstrong Lilac 1820 exhibited by John M. Allen IV of Sarver, Pa. Grand Champion Bull was PVF Independence 114F shown by Whitney Miller of Millersburg, Ohio. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was TRNR London 109 exhibited by Turner Shorthorns of Somerset, Ohio. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female honors went to Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903 exhibited by Henry J. Allen of Sarver, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was TRNR Sabrina 59 shown by Turner Shorthorns. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull

was Ottis exhibited by Taylor Edwards of Galax, Va. Other Champions Include: Shorthorn Females: Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - KeyRidge FoxxyLady 1165 ET, Breanne Workman, Belmont, Ohio. Reserve Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - TRNR Valley Rosetta, Turner Shorthorns. Champion Junior Heifer Calf - Key Ridge Rose 1139, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm, Bellaire, Ohio. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - TRNR Sierra Lou 79 ET, Turner Shorthorns. Champion Senior Heifer Calf Armstrong Lilac 1820, John M. Allen IV. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - Key Ridge Sairis 1115, Gage Workman, Belmont, Ohio. Champion Intermediate Female Little Cedar Felecia 1830 ET, Benjamin P. Allen. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - PVF Mystic 106F, Derek Miller, Millersburg, Ohio. Champion Junior Female - MVF Velvet 79F, Windy Knoll Farm, Glenville,

W.Va. Reserve Champion Junior Female - Key Ridge Rose 1080, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm. Champion Senior Female - Black Locust Miss Queen F19 ET, Black Locust Livestock, Marshall, Va. Reserve Champion Senior Female DRM Sweet Tart 804, Turner Shorthorns. Shorthorn Bulls: Champion Junior Bull Calf - TRNR London 109, Turner Shorthorns. Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf Key Ridge Stockmarket 1132, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm. Champion Senior Bull Calf - Key Ridge Dillybean 1107, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm. Champion Intermediate Bull - PVF Independence 114F, Whitney Miller. Reserve Champion Intermediate Bull - TRNR Remington 748, Turner Shorthorns. Champion Junior Bull - Key Ridge Buckeye 1065, Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm. Reserve Champion Junior Bull - PVF Colt 45F, Rocky Acres Shorthorns, Shady Spring, W.Va. ShorthornPlus Females: Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf

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Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903, exhibited by Henry J. Allen, Sarver, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, TRNR Sabrina 59, exhibited by Turner Shorthorn, Somerset, Ohio.

- Armstrong Sara’s Dream 1903, Henry J. Allen. Reserve Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - Ruby, Gage Hittle, Zanesville, Ohio. Champion Junior Heifer Calf - TRNR Sabrina 59, Turner Shorthorns. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - Winters Scarlett 019, Winters Show Cattle, Lesage, W.Va. Champion Intermediate Female - Miss Blue Uno, Isabell Vaughan, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.

Champion Junior Female - CRA Ellen, Katelynn Alderson, Alderson, W.Va. Reserve Champion Junior Female - CCS Erica 302F, Toby Behrends, Chandlerville, Ill. Champion Cow/Calf Pair - TX Sugar N Spice, Taylor Edwards. ShorthornPlus Bulls: Champion Junior Bull - Ottis, Taylor Edwards. =

Picture Not Available: Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Ottis, exhibited by Taylor Edwards, Galax, Va.

2020 Junior National Hotel Information MCM Elegante Suites (Headquarters) 4250 Ridgemont Drive, Abilene, TX 79606 Phone: (325) 698-1234 • Rate: $104 single/double; $109 triple/quad For reservations, call hotel and ask for the American Shorthorn Association block. Holiday Inn 3525 West Lake Road, Abilene, TX 79601 Phone: (325) 673-1400 • Rate: $109 Queen/Queen For reservations, call hotel and ask for the American Shorthorn Association block.

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2019 Wisconsin State Shorthorn Show - Open Show 49 head • Judge: Chris Thornson June 9, 2019 • Lodi, Wisc. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Shorthorn Association

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, KSS Evolution Reward 376 ET, exhibited by Fieldstone Farm, New Auburn, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Hahn Surprise Me C17F, exhibited by Bright Lights Show Cattle, Beloit, Wisc.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, LFS-JL Jiggy, exhibited by Fieldstone Farm, New Auburn, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, RVF All Eyes on Me, exhibited by Rock Valley Ranch, Delevan, Wisc.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Heifer, MAV Emily 834F ET, exhibited by Diamond Creek Farm, Stanley, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Heifer, Dreamy 280 Carmele 744 ET, exhibited by Dreamy 280, Blue Mounds, Wisc.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, SVF F King Ruby, exhibited by Sandview Farm, Fredonia, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, LHMN Lady Bella, exhibited by Fearing Cattle Co., Reedsburg, Wisc.

Correction: Last months listing on the contents page of Wisconsin State Fair should have been Wisconsin State Shorthorn Show - Junior Show. Champion Shorthorn Cow/ Calf Pair, DJS Cherri C736, exhibited by Diamond Creek Farm, Stanley, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Cow/Calf Pair, HSF Creole Belle 1058, exhibited by Olsen Family Shorthorns, Berlin, Wisc.

2019 NJSS Bred & Owned Shorthorn Female Show - Correction

NAILE STALLING REQUESTS Send ALL Stalling Requests to Emily at emilyv@shorthorn.org

by November 1st!

2019 NAILE Hotel Info Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport 2735 Crittenden Drive Louisville, KY 40209 Phone: 502-637-2424 Cutoff Date: 10/14/19 - Group: American Shorthorn Association

B&O Div III 3rd Overall - TMFS Anndelle D 1814, exhibited by Grace Clark, Kenney, Ill.

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Home of Studer’s Crunch Time 22C

Cagwin Farms Visitors Welcome . . . Stop by any time!

-Top 5% in the breed for WW, YW, TM, CW, and $F

SHORTHORNS, INC.

Don Cagwin, owner

Jason Smithers & girls - 217-491-2140 jasonsmithers74@gmail.com Greg & Pam Smithers - 217-285-6280 36739 205th Avenue • Pittsfield, IL 62363

Farm located five miles east of Virginia on Route 125, 1.Quality cattle for sale at all times. Located just a few miles south of Route 36/I-72. 2. then one mile south of the elevator at Philadelphia, Illinois.

Sunnyland Farms Wayne Hinderliter Family 629 Co. Rd. 350 North Albion, IL 62806 home: 618-375-7047 Wayne: 618-384-8250 Doug: 618-384-1932

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Visitors always welcome! Cattle usually for sale. Four miles north of I-64. Exit 130 on Illinois 130.

Steck’s Shorthorns Darrel: 309-375-6568 Dave: 309-342-0813 cell: 309-299-0335 2413 US Hwy 34 Wataga, IL 61488 10.

Stop by any time - four miles east of I-74 on Route 34.

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contact: L.E. Mathers III:

Trey & Hailey Wright Steve & Marsha Wright Route 2, Box 55 Beecher City, Il 62414 home: 618-487-5559 Trey: 618-367-0764 Steve: 618-267-3229

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cell: 309-678-4230 • cattle@leveldale.com or Scott Wall, Herdsman: cell: 309-212-5450 swall_otg@yahoo.com Farm: 10442 N Co Rd 2980 E • Mason City, IL 62664 SULL Roan Goose

Check our website for our current list of herd sires. 9020

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Hugh W. Moore, Jr. & Sons 31056 Old Fidelity Road • Jerseyville, IL 62052 Hugh: 618-729-4448 • Tom: 618-498-5848 Ron: 618-729-3258

Scott Horton, Owner

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1963 Kelley Road • Caledonia, IL 61011 815-885-3679 cell: 815-494-5588 Come visit us any time. Heifers, bulls and steers for sale.

Wright Cattle Co. Leveldale Farms

Horton farms Shorthorns Horton cell: 630-965-1710 Wernicke cell: 815-739-7754 4N010 Town Hall Rd. • St. Charles, IL 60175 Office: 630-365-1444

Dale Muck

P.O. Box 77 • Virginia, Illinois 62691 office: 217-452-3051 cell: 217-341-7552 Kerry Johnston cell: 217-370-6033 Cindy Cagwin-Johnston cell: 217-370-6034 cagwincattle@casscomm.com • cagwincattle.com

- Semen: $30/unit

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Bulls, Females, Club Calves For Sale at all times. Full Irish calves available. 40 miles north of St. Louis.

Cattle always For Sale at the Farm.

Luke, Amanda, Madeline, Gavin, Callie, Alexa & Josie Turner 9.

Wernacres

Chesnut Shorthorns Visitors Welcome

Bulls, heifers and steers for sale at all times.

Gary Chesnut Family 16145 N 100 East Road • Fithian, IL 61844 217-260-6144 11.

2519 Cty Rd 200E • Mahomet, IL 61853 217-202-2484 mainstreetfenching@yahoo.com

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Quality seedstock for sale at the farm Dale & Ryan Wernicke 12611 Fisher Rd • Lena, IL 61048-9754 Dale: 815-369-2857 Ryan: 815-739-7754 ryanwernicke@yahoo.com Watch For Our Annual October Online Sale

Dennis and Terri Jordan

545 E. 900 N. Road • Sibley, IL 61773 217-784-4854 • cell: 217-202-2865  email: jordan@prairieinet.net

Amanda, Layne, Ty and Ely Harden, 217-417-8335 Jason, Tasha and Isabella Bunting, 815-252-5520 Ashleigh, David, Dakota and Dalton Hall, 217-979-7531 13

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Bred females for sale at all times. Albert Larry Hill

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Rolling Hills Farm

Investing in top genetics for over 30 years. Visitors Welcome! The Birch Family Harold, Regina, Richard and Hope 22698 E. Co. Rd. 920 N • Ashmore, IL 61912 217-349-8366 email: hbirch@agrisolutions.com

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Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns Doug & Rhonda North 5544 Stone Road Clinton, IL 61727 217-622-4466

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= Junior Corner Support the Juniors this Fall Whitney ajsa Miller director

Can you believe it? Fall is approaching us, which means sale season is in full swing. With upcoming sales, it is almost time for the Leading A Legacy sale on October 12th. The fundraiser will be hosted at Sullivan Farms in Dunlap, Iowa, the evening before their Maternal Legends Sale. This year we have outstanding lots for the auction. This year our foundation heifer is being donated by Peak View Ranch of Fowler, Colorado. According to Rick Leone, owner of Peak View Ranch, they are honored to provide the foundation heifer for 2019. “This young April heifer is our pick of the spring heifer calves,” said Rick. “She exemplifies our program that utilizes the diverse and exceptional genetics our breed is blessed with. Her sire, Peak View Journey, was shown very successfully and is utilized now in our operation as a herd sire. He carries breed greats like SFS Danny D and MAV Charisma. She is out of a cow that brings performance orientated cattle like Waukaru Gold Card and Peak View Cosmo to the pedigree. She is extremely well balanced in her EPDS and will be easy calving and maternal as a cow. We are also offering 2 units of semen as part of this lot on Peak View Marksman, a tremendous son of SULL RGLC Legacy. Marksman stood reserve champion Shorthorn bull in Fort Worth and caught so much attention from cattle enthusiasts of all breeds. Peak View Stevie is halter broke and ready to show or go home and be part of your operation’s replacement pen.”

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The AJSA has gathered some very exciting items that were donated to the auction this year. If you are looking for an outstanding opportunity to feature your program, here’s your chance! The American Shorthorn Association donated the back cover of the 2020 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference program. Your special ad will be featured in front of all juniors in America. Cindy Cagwin-Johnston and the Shorthorn Country also donated a full color, one-page ad in the May/June issue of Shorthorn Country and a revolving banner ad on shorthorncountry.net. Designs by Arin donated a $300.00 voucher to apply towards the design of sale catalogs, advertising, marketing pieces, graduation announcements, wedding announcements and logo. Many photography sessions and promotional photos were donated as well. Rosemary Thompson of RM Photography donated a photography session at the 2020 National Junior Shorthorn Show, as this would a would be great place to have senior pictures, family photos, or just for fun pictures taken. Caseelynn Johnston donated a senior photo session at the 2020 Junior Nationals. An ALM Promotional photo was donated by Alison Manchester to capture a promotional photo of your herd sire or leading donor. We also have a wonderful opportunity donated if you are looking to get away for a weekend and explore beautiful scenery. Paint Valley Farms donated a weekend stay at the Pine Loft Bed & Breakfast,

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with excellent accommodations in the Heart of Amish Country in Millersburg, OH. The Pine Loft package will offer a three-night stay and a $100.00 gift certificate to Bags, a local favorite downtown restaurant. There’s more to be seen than scenery alone in Amish Country, it has a variety of attractions for families, groups, couples and individuals varying from shop tours, wineries, festivals sight-seeing and museums. Also feel free to stop and visit Paint Valley Farms as it just a ½ mile from the location of the Pine Loft bed & breakfast. We have many more items that are worth checking out! 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser go to the National Junior Show & Youth Conference. The American Shorthorn Association and the American Junior Shorthorn Association appreciate your support very much to the National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference. We hope to see you October 12th! =

Upcoming Junior Nationals 2020 • Abilene, TX

June 22-27, 2020

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

* Tentative Locations. Subject to Change *


SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS

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= News & Notes Farewell Mrs. Lillabelle Mae “Belle” Steck, 88, of Wataga, Ill., died Sunday, August 25, 2019 at Hawthorne Inn, Galesburg. She was born June 7, 1931 in Highland, Illinois to Clyde and Mildred (Rogier) Lebegue. She married Darrel E. Steck June 20, 1953 in Highland, Ill. He preceded her in death October 18, 2017. Surviving are two sons, David (and Sharon) Steck of Galesburg, and Dean (and Janice) Steck of Laurel, Neb., a sonin-law, Lee (and Stephanie) Steele of Gilson, a sister, Elaine Goodwin of DeKalb, Ill., a brother in law, Jerry Buzzard of Trenton, Ill., a sister in law, Shirley Steck of Wataga, five grandchildren, Craig (and Stephanie) Steck, Dirk (and Lindsey) Steele, Darla (and Chris) Donovan, Crystal (and Ryan) Dunklau and Michelle

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(and Scott Montilla) Clague and eleven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her daughter, Debra Steele on November 1, 1991, a grandson, Cole Steele, two sisters, Myrtle Buzzard and Gene and her husband Herb Luginbuhl, and a brother in law, John Goodwin. Belle graduated from Highland High School in 1949 where she was the valedictorian. She graduated from Illinois State University in 1953 with a home economics degree. She was a member of the Kappa Omicron Phi home economics honor society and Kappa Delta Phi education society. During her years in college, she was the head waitress at Fell Hall where she served the college presidents luncheons. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Galesburg where she was a Deacon, Mission Board member and in charge of funeral luncheons. She was also the White Cross chairman for her church. She was a 4-H leader for Oneida, Mix-N-Fix and was a judge for local

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4-H and county fair’s exhibits. She was inducted in to the Illinois 4-H foundation Hall of Fame in 2011. She was a charter member of the Knox County Home Economics and a 50 plus year member of the Knox County Home Extension. She was a member of the Tuscarora Study Club. She enjoyed the outdoors which included helping on the farm, gardening and yard care. Belle was well known for her cinnamon rolls, jelly, pickles and lima beans. She loved attending her grandchildren’s sporting events, where in many cases, she had her own reserved seating. When it came to Shorthorns, Belle was very active with the Shorthorn Lassies. Her involvement ranged from the state level to the National Shorthorn Lassies; including being a chaperon for many events. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church or the Knox County 4-H and Extension. Online condolences may be made at www.h-p-w.com. =


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1099 E 1000 N Linden, Indiana 47955 765.366.5481 wafug50@yahoo.com Stop by for a herd visit. Cattle for sale at all times.

HOMEPLACE HOT COMMODITY 1625 IS FREE OF ALL THREE MYOSTATIN MUTATIONS! Homeplace Farms

Burke N. Allison & Co. 925 E. 400 S., Washington, IN 47501-7533 Dale - 812-254-6185 • bovine08@gmail.com

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SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS • SHORTHORN BREEDERS

Bill Fugate


= Sale Reports Cates Farms Star Search Sale Summary

27 Open Heifers...............$ 495,500 9 Cow/Calf Pairs..............$ 163,500 15 Bred Heifers.................$ 82,800 7 Bred Females..................$ 29,000 1 Bull.................................$ 11,000 59 Shorthorn Breeding Lots..$ 781,800 Angus Lots 12 Open Heifers...............$ 248,000 1 Cow/Calf Pair................$ 17,200 8 Bred Heifers..................$ 30,700 21 Angus Breeding Lots....$ 295,900 1 Hereford Female............$ 6,500 81 Breeding Lots...........$ 1,084,200

$ 18,352 $ 18,167 $ 5,520 $ 4,143 $ 11,000 $ 13,251 $ 20,667 $ 17.200 $ 3,8.8 $ 14,090 $ 6,500 $ 13,380

11 Embryos Lots..............$ 25,800 $ 2,345 4 Semen Packages.............$ 9,075 $ 2,269 2 Steers.............................$ 6,800 $ 3,400 Sale Gross..................$1,125,875

Saturday, August 31, 2019 Cates Farms, Modoc, Indiana Auctioneer: Cody Lowderman Sale Managers: Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.; Sears Marketing Services, LLC; Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC

There is absolutely no better place to start the Fall Sale Season than at the Star Search Sale at Cates Farms. There is always a great selection of top quality genetics on display for an overflow crowd to make their buying choices. An added bonus this year was an unusually mild weather day. The bidding was active and often from the enthusiastic crowd which led to the production of another great sale in Modoc. Congratulations to all involved. $95,000 - Lot 1A - Open Heifer - CF BF Margie’s Legacy 950 SOL H ET. A roan, polled, March 1, 2019 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET. A Solution out of Modoc Margie. It doesn’t get any better and this one is a great individual. She is a full sister to many of the top females in the breed today. A bright future awaits. Purchased by Cornerstone Farms of Winchester, Ind. $50,000 - Lot 25 - Open Heifer - CF CSF Cumberland 9103 HC H ET. A r/w, polled, May 3, 2019 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out of CF Cumberland 472 RD X ET. One of the youngest heifers in the sale and easily one of the best. Coming from the great Cumberland line of females, she has a really bright future ahead. Purchased by Rick Lawrence of Wilkinson, Ind. $49,000 - Lot 36 - Cow/Calf Pair CF Athena 480 DP H. A red, polled, 2014 daughter of R-C WG Damn 70

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Proud and out of JM Athena 930B ET selling bred to Leveldale Boardwalk for a March 2020 calf. At her side was a RWM, polled March 14, 2019 daughter of CF Evolution HC. This was a great pair. A big stout made cow in the prime of her life and just a really fancy heifer calf at side that will be in the hunt. The cow was purchased by Kase Knepp of Plymouth, Indiana and the calf by Kevin Hesser of Leesburg, Ind. $47,000 - Lot 27A - Open Heifer. CF CSF Cherri 919 HC H ET. A red, polled, January 25, 2019 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity and out of SULL Right Cherri 3808 ET. This is another fancy youngster out of a leading female line. She has the dimension and stout build to be an awesome female down the line. Purchased by Harlan Cattle Co., of Bells, Texas. $34,000 - Lot 15A - ShorthornPlus Open Heifer. CF CFS Mona Lisa 934 Primo ET. A black, polled, February 10, 2019 daughter of Colburn Primo 513 and out of CF V8 Mona Lisa Smile 526. This outstanding Plus heifer has a structure that is right from any angle. She also has the rib shape and volume that is so important today. She will be fun to watch. Purchased by Samantha VanVorhis of Bowling Green, Ohio. $31,500 - Lot 38 - Cow/Calf Pair. SBF Shadybrook Sunflower. A rwm, polled, 2016 daughter of Shadybrook Hot Shot 88A and out of SBF Sunflower 98Z selling bred to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET for a Spring 2020 calf. At her side was a rwm, polled March 18, 2019 heifer calf sired by CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET. Just another of the top quality pairs in this sale. A top of the line bred cow that already has raised a great young calf. That calf was one of the favorites of any in this sale. She will compete. The cow was purchased by WHR Shorthorns of Van Alstyne, Texas and the calf by McKenzie Laughrey of Rockwall, Texas.

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= Show Schedule Fair Location Show Date Time Judge State Fair of Virginia Richmond, VA Open Show 10/1 2:00 PM Brad Bennett Alabama National Fair Montgomery, AL Youth Heifer Show 10/5 8:00 AM Georgia National Fair Perry, GA Junior Heifer Show 10/5 8:00 AM Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA Open Shorthorn Show-National 10/5 8:00 AM Brent Murphy Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA Open ShorthornPlus Show-National 10/5 following Brent Murphy Tulsa State Fair Tulsa, OK Junior Show 10/5 8:00 AM Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA Junior Heifer Show-National 10/6 8:00 AM Lydell Meier State Fair of Virginia Richmond, VA Junior Heifer Show 10/6 10:00 AM Kyle Gillooly Arkansas State Fair Little Rock, AR Junior Show 10/12 8:00 AM Arkansas State Fair Little Rock, AR Open Show 10/13 Noon NILE - Northern Int. Livestock Expo Billings, MT Junior Show 10/13 Noon Clint Rusk NILE - Northern Int. Livestock Expo Billings, MT Open Show 10/13 following Dan Harker North Carolina State Fair Raleigh, NC Junior Show 10/18 1:00 PM South Carolina State Fair Columbia, SC Open Show 10/18 Noon State Fair of Texas Dallas, TX Open Show 10/18 8:00 AM State Fair of Texas Dallas, TX Junior Show 10/19 8:00 AM South Carolina State Fair Columbia, SC Junior Show 10/19 9:00 AM North Carolina State Fair Raleigh, NC Open Show 10/22 3:00 PM American Royal Kansas City, MO Junior Shorthorn Show-National 10/24 11:00 AM Graham Blagg American Royal Kansas City, MO Open Shorthorn Show-National 10/24 following Donnie Robertson NAILE Louisville, KY Junior ShorthornPlus Show-National 11/16 TBD NAILE Louisville, KY Junior Shorthorn Show-National 11/17 TBD North Florida Fair Tallahassee, FL Junior Heifer Show 11/17 1:00 PM NAILE Louisville, KY Open ShorthornPlus Show-National 11/18 8:00 AM NAILE Louisville, KY Open Shorthorn Show-National 11/18 following National Western Stock Show Denver, CO Pen Show 1/18/20 9:00 AM National Western Stock Show Denver, CO Junior Show-National 1/19/20 11:00 AM National Western Stock Show Denver, CO Open ShorthornPlus Show-National 1/19/20 following National Western Stock Show Denver, CO Open Shorthorn Show-National 1/20/20 11:30 AM Fort Worth Stock Show Fort Worth, TX Open Shorthorn Show-National 2/2/20 TBD National Junior Shorthorn Show Abilene, TX Junior Show 6/22/2020-6/27/2020

Four State ShorthorN SALE

Saturday, November 9, 2019 • 12 noon White’s Equine Center • Diamond, Missouri

Selling:

* Breeding Age Bulls * Cows, Pairs and Bred Heifers * Show Heifer and Show Steer Prospects

Sale Day Phone: 417-627-4141 Sale Headquarters: Super 8 Motel Carthage, Missouri • 417-359-9000

Sale Committee: Bob Blakemore, 417-637-2778 Carl Burton, 620-856-5750 Ron Minson, 918-542-9834 Paul Bridwell, 417-742-2421 Sale Sponsor: Four State Shorthorn Association For more informations: Sale Managment:

Alden Auction Ron Alden 32570 225th Street • Hamilton, Missouri 64644 816-465-0777• ralden@gallatin.k12.mo.us

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= Sales Calendar Oct. 5 - Greenhorn Cattle Co “Where Great Females Make a Difference” Production Sale, Waynesville, Ohio. Oct. 5 - Eastern Ohio Shorthorn Association Fall Sale, Dover, Ohio. Oct. 5 - Steck Cattle “Our Commitment” Elite Female Sale, Woodstock, Minn. Oct. 8 - Mitchell Family Shorthorns Online Sale, on cwcattlesales.com. Oct. 9 - Highland Farms, “Fancy Steer and Heifer” Online Sale, Pittsfield, Ill., cwcattlesales.com. Oct. 12 - Schrag 605 “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, SD. Oct. 12 - Studer Family Shorthorns, “Family Legacies” Production Sale, Creston, Iowa. Oct. 13 - Sullivan Farms, “Maternal Legends” Production Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 19 - “Keystone Autumn Klassic Shorthorn Sale, Waynesburg, Pa. Oct. 19 - “Heart of the Prairie” Production Sale, Rush Springs, Okla. Oct. 22 - Meyer Farms, Show Heifer Online Sale, Rushville, Ind., cwcattlesales.com. Oct. 22 - Illinois Shorthorn Association Online Sale, cwcattlesales.com. Oct. 26 - Lauer Polled Shorthorns, “Herd Dispersion” Farmers & Ranchers Sale Pavilion, Salina, Kan. Oct. 28 - Cagwin Farms, “Future Rising Stars”, Online Sale. Philadelphia, Ill., amsonlinesales.com. 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 Production Sale, Laurel, Neb. Nov. 9 - Four State Shorthorn Sale, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 10 - Bowman Superior Genetics, “Form To Function” Sale, Greens Fork, Ind. Nov. 17 - Greenhorn Cattle Company “Where Future Generations Are Created” Sale, Louisville, Ky.

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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. Dec. 1 - KOLT Cattle Co/Aegerter Cattle Co “Simple Choices” Production Sale, Seward, Neb. 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 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 =

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Oct. 5 - Greenhorn Cattle Co., “Where Great Females Make a Difference” Production Sale, Waynesville, OH. Oct. 12 - Schrag 605 “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, SD. Oct. 12 - Studer Family Shorthorns, “Family Legacies” Production Sale, Creston, IA. Oct. 13 - Sullivan Farms, “Maternal Legends” Production Sale, Dunlap, IA. Oct. 19 - “Heart of the Prairie” Production Sale, Rush Springs, OK. Oct. 26 - Lauer Polled Shorthorns, “Herd Dispersion” Farmers & Ranchers Sale Pavilion, Salina, Kan. Oct. 28 - Cagwin Farms, “Future Rising Stars”, Online Sale. Philadelphia, IL., amsonlinesales.com Nov. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, ND. Nov. 3 - DJS Shorthorns Production Sale, aurel, 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. 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 Dec. 1 - KOLT Cattle Co/Aegerter Cattle Co “Simple Choices” Production Sale, Seward, NE. 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. 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 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

Online sales with a personal touch.

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

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= Ad Index 605 Schrag...........................................71 AAA Shorthorns..................................67 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc........77 AJ Cattle Co.........................................67 American Shorthorn Association.........21 Bayer....................................................18 Bennett Land & Cattle.........................67 Berg Shorthorns...................................67 Bigelow Farms.....................................67 Bill Fugate & Family...........................69 Bowman Superior Genetics.................67 Bridle Path Ranch................................67 Brooks, Bruce......................................73 Bye Well Shorthorns............................67 Byland Polled Shorthorns....................67 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC...............73 Cagwin Farms.................................10-11 Cairns Shorthorns................................67 Canadian Western Agribition Show.....78 Cates Farms...............................14-15, 67 Cattle Visions.......................................73 Cornerstone Farms...............................67 Crawfdown Farms................................67 Dale Studer Family Shorthorns..........132 Dedmon Shorthorns.............................67 DJS Shorthorns..............................67, 76 DJS Shorthorns....................................76 Double C Shorthorns.............................7 Dreamy 280 Cattle Company...............67

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DTR Cattle Co.....................................69 Duis Farms...........................................69 Fischer Cattle Company.......................69 Fort Worth Stock Show........................59 Four State Shorthorn Sale....................72 Gallagher USA.....................................70 Greenhorn Cattle Co., LLC......... IBC, 69 Haumont Shorthorns............................69 Heart of the Prairie Production Sale......7 Homeplace Farms................................69 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.........................69 Humble Stock Farm.............................69 Illinois Breeders United For Impact...64-65 Inness Shorthorns.................................69 Iroquoian Shorthorns...........................69 James F. Bessler, Inc............................73 Jester Farms.........................................69 Jungels Shorthorn Farm.................... IBC Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm..................69 Keystone Autum Klassic......................75 Keystone Shorthorns............................69 Kohlstaedt Farms.................................74 KSS Keystone Shorthorns...................69 Labans Roanoke Farm.........................69 Lauer Polled Shorthorns........................5 Leading a Legacy.................................13 Leveldale Farms...................................69 Little Cedar Cattle Co..........................71 McKee Family Shorthorns...................71

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Meyer Family Shorthorns....................71 Meyer Farms........................................71 National Western Stock Show..............17 NILE Valley Farm/Henderickson Trust...71 Norman Farms.....................................71 Oler Farm.............................................71 Phildon Farms......................................71 Richardson Farms Shorthorns..............71 Robjoy Shorthorns...............................71 Rockin G Land & Cattle......................71 Rocky Branch Shorthorns....................71 Sears Marketing Services, LLC...........73 SharBen Shorthorns.............................71 Singing H Shorthorns...........................71 Smoky Mountain Farm........................71 Stangl Shorthorns.................................71 Stecks Cattle...........................................9 Stone Springs Shorthorns.....................71 Sullivan Farms..............................73, BC Sullivan Supply....................................73 Sunrise/Sunset Farm.......................14-15 Sutherland Shorthorns..........................73 Top Notch Stock Farm.........................73 Turner Family Shorthorns....................73 Tynywtra’s............................................73 Warner Ranch.......................................73 Waukaru Shorthorns.............................73 Wendt, Kevin.......................................73 Wilson Livestock Agency....................73


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