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Shorthorn Country october 2018 issue 9 • volume 45

= Features

2018 Sire Test Field Day Recap........................................................ 16 2019 ASA/University of Ill. Sire Test Nominations ...................... 19 Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet Registration........... 53

=Show Results

Minnesota State Fair - Super Regional Show................................. 54 Iowa State Fair - Regional Show...................................................... 56 Indiana State Fair - Regional Show................................................. 57 Western Idaho Fair - Regional Show.............................................. 57 Illinois State Fair - Regional Show................................................... 59 Kentucky State Fair - Super Regional Show................................... 60 Washington State Fair - Regional Show.......................................... 61 Illinois State Fair - Junior Shows..................................................... 62

=Sale Reports

Cates Farms ‘Star Search XVI’......................................................... 64 Shadybrook Farms ‘Decades of Excellence’................................... 65

Update..................................................................................8 Association Outlook........................................................12 Beef Business.....................................................................14 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................18 News & Notes....................................................................22 Junior Corner....................................................................24 Regional Show Schedule..................................................58 Show Schedule..................................................................70 Ad Index............................................................................72 Sales Calendar...................................................................73

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

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Online Sale Packages & Sale Catalogs

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

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The October cover was submitted by Lindsay Sankey; taken at Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Fork, Ind.

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.

=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 Rochelle Wilson, director of finances • rochelle@shorthorn.org

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

ASA Dates of Note October Oct. 1 NAILE entry deadline Oct. 6 KILE National Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus Show Oct. 7 KILE Junior Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus Show Oct. 13 Leading a Legacy, Dunlap, Iowa Oct. 25 American Royal Junior Shorthorn Show and National Shorthorn Show - 12 pm November Nov. 1 Inventories mailed for WHR Nov. 2 2019 Sire Test Nomination Deadline Nov. 10 NAILE - Jr. ShorthornPlus Show Nov. 11 NAILE - Jr. Shorthorn Show Nov. 12 NAILE - National ShorthornPlus Show followed by National

Shorthorn Show (cattle released after conclusion of show) Nov. 14 ASA Annual Meeting Regisration Deadline Nov. 15 Fort Worth - Entry Deadline Nov. 20 NWSS- Open/Junior/Yards Cattle Entry Deadline Nov. 22-23 ASA Office Closed- Thanksgiving and day after Nov. 30- ASA Annual Meeting Forum & Dec. 1 Awards Banquet, Harrah’s Hotel & Casino, Kansas City, MO December Dec. 24-Jan.1 ASA Office Closed January Jan. 1 2019 Membership is due Jan. 9 Deadline for early discount for 2019 WHR assessment fees ($16)

North American Schedule (NAILE) - 2018 Thursday, Nov. 8 12 noon Cattle may arrive Friday, Nov. 9 9 a.m. - 12 noon Check-In: Open & Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus females and bulls Saturday, Nov. 10 TBD Junior ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Broadbent Arena 10:00 a.m. AJSA Funding the Future/Deck the Stalls raffle tickets on sale 4:00 p.m. (approx.) Deck the Stalls, Junior Fundraising - raffle drawing and auction Sunday, Nov. 11 TBD Junior Shorthorn Heifer Show - Freedom Hall Monday, Nov. 12 8:00 a.m. Jack C. Ragsdale National ShorthornPlus Show - Freedom Hall following Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show - Freedom Hall In both shows, bulls will be shown first, followed by females. Presentation of Show Honoree - CF Martin, Kentucky Century Club winners will be acknowledged & awarded at ASA Annual Meeting Cattle released at conclusion of show. Stalling Requests: send all stalling requests to Emily - emilyv@shorthorn.org

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Upcoming Committee Conference Calls Commercial Acceptance Committee Nov. 5 7:00 pm CT Promotion Committee Oct. 15 7:00 pm CT Genetic Evaluation Committee Oct. 8 5:00 pm CT Contact emilyv@shorthorn.org if you would like to participate in these committee calls.

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

WHR Breeders 1. WHR inventory assessments must be completed and paid in full prior to registering calves born in the current assessment period, (i.e. 2018 assessment on a dam must be completed and paid in order to register her calf born in 2018.) 2. Included with each assessment is the registration of a calf born to the dam in the year she was assessed (if calf is registered prior to one year of age) and a free transfer of said calf (if recorded within 60 days from the date of the sale.) (i.e. cost to register a calf born in 2018 to an assessed 2018 dam will be $0, if calf is registered within 12 months) 2018 ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: March 1 - December 31, 2018 $25 2019 ASSESSMENT FEE SCHEDULE: November 1 - January 9 $16 January 10 - February 28 $20 March 1 - December 31 $25

American Royal Judges Open Shorthorn Show: Mark Johnson Junior Shorthorn Show: Brent Murphy

Help Support the Juniors! Oct. 13 • Leading a Legacy, Dunlap, Iowa Nov. 10 • Deck the Stalls, at NAILE, Louisville, Ky.

2019 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference June 17-22 • Lebanon, TN

Regular Office Hours

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

2018 International Year Code: F


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= Association Outlook “Position Yourself for Success”

2018 Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

Nov. 30 & Dec. 1, 2018 • Harrah’s Hotel & CasinoKansas City, MO

Friday, Nov. 30 Morning Sessions: Educational Breakout

Online Registration Training, Heather Lange & Rochelle Wilson Performance Program Updates, Matt Woolfolk State Membership Communications, Emily Velisek Marketing Strategies, Shelby Rogers & Amy Sampson

Afternoon Sessions

Analyze the Beef Markets of Today and Tomorrow Consumer Sustainability, Dr. Dan Thomson Developing Grass Fed Beef Programs, Dr. Jason Rowntree Certification of Farms for Special Markets, Seth Deihm Finding Opportunities in Private Markets (panel of successful farm operators) Frank Stoltzfus, Jerome Grethen, John Tarpoff

Friday Evening Social

An Annual Shorthorn Gathering

Saturday, Dec. 1 Morning Session: Educational Forum

Industry Opportunities ASA Performance Programs, Matt Woolfolk How Feed Conversion Can Affect Probability, Bryce Schumann “Successful Breeding Programs in The Industry” (panel of owners and operators of successful farm operations) David Trowbridge, Ryan Ludvigson, Dean Bryant

Lunch - included with registration

Afternoon Sessions

Annual Meeting & Social

Evening Awards Banquet

“Special Guest Speaker” Damian Mason, Motivational Presentation Merit Award, Heritage Award & Builder of the Breed Announced Performance Awards, Show Awards, Century Club all Recognized Go to shorthorn.org to register and make hotel reservations

Shorthorn Impact Breed Initiatives Develop Better Shorthorn Cattle (see results in 5 years) Shorthorn Breeders Producing Better Animals Use Extensive Culling Practices Create Sire Test Program (fully operational in 2 years) Identify Cooperator Commercial Test Herds Shorthorn Breeders Contribute Semen for Sire Testing Membership Recognition (started December 2016) Develop New Programs to Recognize Members Years of Membership, Shows, Performance and Special Achievements

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he theme for our 2018 Annual Meeting and Forum is “Position Yourself for Success” and this idea begins with relevance, which is using information or focusing on a particular method to reach success. Each breeder or member has their own approach or technique to reach their particular goals which represent their particular idea of what is to be accomplished. It is important to position yourself to be relevant in order to reach your individual idea of success. The program at this year’s Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet is designed to provide you with ideas and information relevant to “Position Yourself for Success”. There are a number of changes going on behind the scenes in our industry right now. We need to be exposed to these modifications and directions to allow each ASA member and breeder to make determinations that will prepare them for success and sustainability in the future. “Understanding the Future Markets of the Beef Industry and How the Consumer will Drive It” is the first topic. We may be in the registered seedstock business but we had better pay attention to the consumers who purchase and consume our product; it is relevant to our success. There’s a new customer consuming beef today. The newest group of shoppers is young; they have demands and want answers to their questions before they purchase and consume their food. As a result, we as producers have opportunities to provide the type of product and information to satisfy their demands. Just being certified and documented as a specialty product can add $.20 per pound to a set of feeder calves. Feedlots are pursuing new systems like grass feed beef. Some feed yards and packers are looking at running their own cows to make sure they have the genetics to generate a product that will fill the market needs. Today, AI studs in the dairy semen business may own more cows than herd sires. The same principles are in place in the beef industry, ensuring the company has the resources to provide the type of animal or genetics relevant for the consumer. The educational sessions we have assembled are focused on topics geared to helping you “Position Yourself for Success.” The speakers at this year’s event have experiences and information we all should consider essential in order to stay relevant in our industry. This may mean some different goals and definitions of success as new markets emerge and technology continues to develop. This event is full of Shorthorn fellowship which is just as valuable as the educational forums. Nov. 30th & Dec. 1st will be an opportunity for Shorthorn enthusiasts to come together to share ideas and information. Make plans to attend the Awards Banquet and hear special motivational speaker, Damian Mason. You will be impressed and hopefully motivated to “Position Yourself for Success”! Go online to shorthorn.org and register for the conference and follow the link to Harrah’s Casino and Hotel to make your room reservations. Contact Emily in the office if you need assistance. See you there! =


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= Beef Business

Prepping for Sale Season October is right in the heart of the busiest season on the breed association calendar. From state fairs in August through the last sale in December, and all the meetings, sales, and national shows in between, the fall is much like trying to sprint a marathon to get everywhere I have to be! It’s an enjoyable sprint, however, with lots of high-quality cattle and top notch cattle people along the way. I hope to find just enough time to squeeze in as much college football and playoff baseball as possible out on the road. Hopefully, you are in a situation where you can bring in some new stock to your program. There will lots of opportunities to find Shorthorn genetics that can improve almost any cow herd. Whether you are looking for a donor cow, a show prospect, bred heifers, or some young cows to replace your older stock, having a plan will help you sort through the sea of information in catalogs, advertisements and online. Here are some of my thoughts on what to emphasize when shopping for seedstock. 1. In my mind, the most important aspect of a building your game plan when looking to purchase cattle is your

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budget. I am a firm believer in buying the absolute best cattle you can afford without getting yourself in a financial pickle. Having an amount you are comfortable with spending (and not being afraid to spend it for the right animal) is a big part of the selection process for a buyer. 2. Knowing what type of animal you are in the market for is another important piece of the puzzle. If you need to bring in some young cows to replace your older females, then there’s not much benefit to spending a lot of time studying open heifer calves. If a donor cow is at the top of your wish list, then the bred heifers at the end of the sale probably don’t garner your attention. Know your need and stick to it. 3. Whatever you are in the market for, it’s important that any animal you bring in is improving the quality of your herd in some way, or else she may not be worth bringing home. Obviously, phenotypic improvement is an easier measure of quality to determine. If she’s phenotypically good enough to be in the top half of your herd when she enters your pasture, she should be a good fit. If she has production records from her

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calves that would outperform a portion of your cows, then she’s shaping up to be a good investment. Genetic values (EPDs) that improve your herd in specific traits of importance certainly merit consideration for purchase. 4. I think there are some untraditional methods to consider when you think about improving the quality of your herd. Buying a few cows because you were able to get more pasture for next year is an improvement over leaving the pasture ungrazed. Bringing in bred heifers while removing your oldest cows brings the herd’s average age down and increases the long-term production potential of the group. Being in the stands for an auction is a thrilling event that gets your blood pumping, especially when you are in the market to bring home some new genetics. Having a game plan and sticking to it can help you make more confident purchases and avoid buyer’s remorse. Knowing your budget, your targets, and finding prospects that will improve your herd quality are all good things to keep in mind to make the right purchases this fall. Happy hunting! =


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ASA and University of Illinois Host Successful Field Day By Matt Woolfolk

A crowd of Shorthorn breeders gathered on the campus of the University of Illinois for the first ASA National Sire Test Field Day. Attendees had to opportunity to get an inside look at the UI Sire Test program, learn more about the ongoing research at the University, and view the cattle on feed from 2017 calf crop of the ASA/UI Sire Test. Dr. Dan Shike from the University of Illinois Animal Science Department welcomed the group to campus and gave them an overview of the process of the Sire Test from conception through harvest. He shared information about the cow herd used for the test, management practices throughout the testing timeline, and shared some of the data collected and how a sire’s performance in the test compared to their current EPDs. Dr. Shike was a very knowledgeable resource who continued to share facts and information with attendees throughout the day. Dr. Josh McCann, also from the Department of Animal Science, highlighted some of the current research at the university. With approximately 30 projects currently going on, McCann highlighted research that focused on protein requirements in growing calves, the effects of transitioning and diet changes on calf performance, and the effects of rubber matting on performance and structural soundness in a confined feedlot setting. With the sire test calves being fed in a

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confined scenario, this was especially unique and informative research for the audience. University of Illinois Beef Extension Educator Travis Meteer joined the program to discuss early weaning. He mentioned advantages and opportunities to incorporate early weaning into an operation, as well as the potential drawbacks and obstacles that come with this management practice. All the calves that were a part of the ASA Sire Test were early weaned, so it was valuable for those who attended to learn why U of I uses this practice in their program and the benefits they have found. The final spot on the program was Matt Woolfolk from ASA. Matt discussed what programs like the U of I test can do to help the breed continue raising the type of cattle the industry desires. Woolfolk mentioned that breeders can use information gathered in a sire test to help them make decisions in their breeding program, while the association can use the data collected to demonstrate to the industry what Shorthorn-influenced cattle can do in a commercial cattle enterprise. After lunch, attendees were handed data sheets and given the opportunity to view the cattle from the 2017 Sire Test calf crop. Many breeders enjoyed the opportunity to see how progeny from different sires compared to each other and get to see the sire test in action instead of just as a data set on a spreadsheet. Multiple comments

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were made about the quality of these feeder cattle being outstanding. The cattle will be on feed until the early part of December. They will be sent to harvest at that time and we will receive the carcass data from all the cattle in the test. We are also looking forward to receiving feed intake data at the conclusion of the trial. The cattle are currently on a GrowSafe system collecting this information. This will be some of the first data of this type added to the ASA database. I want to thank everyone at the University of Illinois for being such a pleasure to work with throughout the entire process. Dr. Shike and his team have been extremely helpful at every turn and we look forward to continuing our relationship with them. Thanks again to everyone who attended the field day. I hope to see even more of you in attendance at next year’s event! =


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= Tartan Plaid National Shorthorn Lassie Queen Candidates The National Shorthorn Lassie Association is pleased to announce the three young women who will be vying for the 2018-2019 National Shorthorn Lassie Queen at the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). In November, these young women will have opportunities to

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interact with breeders, assist throughout the many shows at NAILE, form bonds and learn about each other better, and interview with a panel of judges. Crowning of the National and Alternate Queen will be during Monday’s Open show; preceding the Grand Champion Female drive.

We with the best of luck to the young ladies entering the Queen competition this year. Be sure to stop by the Lassie booth during NAILE and check out the duo of photobooks showcasing these young ladies’ involvement with the = Shorthorn breed.

Faye Smith is the 17 year old daughter of Troy and Sommer Smith from Walton, Kansas. Faye is currently the Kansas Shorthorn Lassie Queen. She is currently a senior at Newton High School,

planning to attend Kansas State for a degree in Agriculture Communications. A fun fact about Faye, she received the prestigious Red Coat award at her first Junior Nationals.

Emily Fry is the daughter of Tim and Emily Fry of Danville, Indiana. She is a 17 year old senior at Danville Community School, plans include attending a Junior College and major in Animal Science. Emily is currently

serving as the Indiana Lassie Queen and is looking forward to the National Contest. Emily attended her first junior national show at six months old and has attended 13 junior nationals since.

Rae Gresso hales from the great state of Texas. Rae is the 19 year old daughter of Steve and Beth Gresso of Sugarland, Texas. She is a sophomore at Texas A&M College Station majoring in Animal Science. She aspires a job

in the Agriculture industry. Rae is currently serving as the Texas Shorthorn Lassie Queen. In 2017 Rae was the top Shorthorn Livestock exhibitor.

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Once again, the American Shorthorn Association and the University of Illinois are working together to give breeders the opportunity to showcase and compare their genetics in a commercial setting through the ASA/U of I Sire Test. Over the past 2 years, 250 Shorthornsired calves have been born in the U of I commercial herd and are going through complete and comprehensive data collection from birth through carcass. The ASA Board of Directors and Staff are looking to grow commercial acceptance of Shorthorn genetics, and our partnership with the University of Illinois on the Sire Test is one of our best outlets to collect relevant data in a commercially-oriented operation. For the 2019 Sire Test, we have access to 300 of the U of I’s SimAngus commercial cows to be bred artificially to up to 15 Shorthorn bulls. In discussions with Dr. Shike at the University of Illinois, a minimum of 10 sires are needed in order to make the test work

from a cowherd management and data comparison standpoint. With less than 10 bulls, the test is not feasible for the U of I to continue with the program. In order to keep the Sire Test going, we need breeder buy-in and support. There are several benefits to enrolling your herd sire in the U of I Sire Test. The data collected on your herd sire will be advantageous to your program. The ability to generate data in large, multisire contemporary groups is something that many breeders don’t have the herd size to accomplish. The multi-sire comparisons within the test build strong links of comparison within the data set. If you have a young herd sire, this is a chance to gather more data on him in addition to your own herd, building EPD accuracy more quickly. Participating in the Sire Test is one way to gather data that may be difficult to collect otherwise, such as carcass data, as well as feed intake and efficiency information from a GrowSafe system.

All calves in the Sire Test are tested by ASA with the uLD genotype test to verify parentage and add genomic information to the database. To collect all this information yourself would cost you approximately $150-$200/calf. Selected bulls will be featured in the Shorthorn Country and ASA Insider e-news. Articles and information will be published with data from the trial, showcasing sire group performance. If you’ve been looking for a unique way to get your bull noticed in the Shorthorn industry, the ASA/U of I Sire Test is a great option. Nomination forms are available on the ASA website under the “Forms” tab, or you can contact me (matt@shorthorn. org) for more information. The deadline for sire nominations is November 2, and all semen on selected sires will need to be shipped to U of I by November 20. = Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

North American Schedule (NAILE) - 2018 Thursday, Nov. 8 12 noon Cattle may arrive Friday, Nov. 9 9 a.m. - 12 noon Check-In: Open & Junior Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus females and bulls Saturday, Nov. 10 TBD Junior ShorthornPlus Heifer Show - Broadbent Arena 10:00 a.m. AJSA Funding the Future/Deck the Stalls raffle tickets on sale 4:00 p.m. (approx.) Deck the Stalls, Junior Fundraising - raffle drawing and auction Sunday, Nov. 11 TBD Junior Shorthorn Heifer Show - Freedom Hall Monday, Nov. 12 8:00 a.m. Jack C. Ragsdale National ShorthornPlus Show - Freedom Hall following Jack C. Ragsdale National Shorthorn Show - Freedom Hall In both shows, bulls will be shown first, followed by females. Presentation of Show Honoree - CF Martin, Kentucky Century Club winners will be acknowledged & awarded at ASA Annual Meeting Cattle released at conclusion of show.

2018 NAILE Hotel Info Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport 2735 Crittenden Drive, Louisville, KY 40209 Phone: 502-637-2424 Cutoff Date: 10/8/2018 Ask for the American Shorthorn Block

Stalling Requests: send all stalling requests to Emily - emilyv@shorthorn.org

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= News & Notes

Farewells

Charles Rollie Arbaugh, 65, of Alderson, WV passed away unexpectedly on his farm. Born January 29, 1953 at Ronceverte, WV he was the son of the late Charles Baylous and Mary Elizabeth Wickline Arbaugh. Charles had farmed all his life and taught Agriculture at the Federal Prison at

Alderson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a nephew, Jack Wayne Surgeon, Jr and a cousin, Jackie Wickline. He was a member of the Alderson Nazarene Church. Charles was instrumental in getting the Greenbrier County Livestock Show started for the youth to get experience before the fair. He was a member of the Farm Bureau where he served on the Young Farmers Committee and was also a member of the American Shorthorn Association. . Survivors include his sister, Chita Sur-

geon, niece, Katrina Lynn Alderson and great nieces, Katelynn and Alyssa Alderson all of Alderson, WV, aunt, Margaret Wickline of White Sulphur Springs, WV, special cousins, Jacqueline Wickline Brown, Jamie Wickline, Joan Arbaugh and Wanda Carr, several cousins and numerous friends. Online guest book can be signed at www.morganfh.net. Arrangements by Morgan Funeral Home, Lewisburg, WV. =

2019 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference Lebanon, TN - June 17-22, 2019 Headquarters: Comfort Suites - 904 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon, TN 37090 Phone: (615) 443-0027 • Price: $ 139.95 • Cutoff Date: 5/20/2019 Other Hotels: Econo Lodge- 829 S Cumberland St, Lebanon, TN 37087 • Phone: (615) 444-1001 • Price: $ 79.95 • Cutoff Date: 5/20/2019 Executive Inn- 631 S Cumberland St, Lebanon, TN 37087 • Phone: (615) 444-0505 • Price: $89.00 • Cutoff Date: 6/01/2019

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= Junior Corner We hope to see you October 13th! Wow I cannot believe sale season is already here. With sale season started it’s time for the Leading a Legacy sale that is hosted at the upcoming Maternal Legends sale at Sullivan Farms in Dunlap, Iowa. This year we have some fabulous lots for auction. Our foundation heifer for this year is being donated by David Ragsdale from Sutherland Shorthorns. The heifer is bred to an Argentinian bull owned by Little Cedar Farms in Michigan. Isn’t that cool! We have some tremendous items that were donated to the auction this year. The Fox Family donated a weekend in Keystone Colorado where you can go hiking, fishing, horseback riding, sailing, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. While you are outdoors you need a fun family game to play which is where the wooden cornhole game that was donated by Braden Bowers comes in handy. We have some fabulous items that are for the home. We have super special 13x40 canvas prints called “Beefy Babes” from the Steel Cow Americowna Collection. This has five of their most popular images in one awesome print. C.J. Brown is donating a print that will be unveiled

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for the very first time at this auction in support of the National Junior Shorthorn Show. It will not be offered to the public until the NAILE. This print will feature the red neck roan calf with an ear tag that says “American Shorthorn Jr. Nationals 2019.” If the buyer desires to personalize the ear tag with their own herd and cow number, she has offered to switch that for them in Louisville. She can also change the reflection of the boy to a girl if so desired. Overall framed size is 19 x 30. Braden Bowers donated a custom wooden side table with a color inlay show heifer. These items are perfect for those who are always searching for that perfect unique touch to their homes. This year we also are featuring the vintage “We Raise Shorthorns” sign which is the last of its kind that is going to be offered for sale donated by Bakenhus Cattle Company. We also have some fabulous donations for those in need of marketing assistance. Designs by Arin has donated a voucher to apply towards the design of marketing materials. Focus Marketing Group is donating $400 towards any logo design. Stephanie Steck donated an ad design. Rockin’ K Productions has donated a

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sale service. This isn’t all that was donated! We also have a donation from 605 Sires that includes a $500 credit towards any services provided by them. Trans Ova services has donated $500 certificate towards any service that is provided by them. There are so many more items that are going to be auctioned off on October 13th at Sullivan Farms in Dunlap, IA and we hope to see you there! =

Upcoming Junior Nationals 2019 • Lebanon, TN June 17-22, 2019

2020 • Abilene, TX 2021 • Louisville, KY 2022 • Kansas City, KS 2023 • Des Moines, IA * Tentative Locations. Subject to Change *


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SALE DAY INFORMATION Sale Location 29257 E County Rd 1250 N Mason City, IL 62664 Sale Lodging Hampton Inn 1019 Heitmann Dr. Lincoln, Illinois 62656 217.732.6729 Auctioneer Bruce Brooks • 580.695.2036 Shorthorn Country Representative Darryl Rahn • 217.473.1124 Sale Consultants Jeff Aegerter • 402.641.4696 Alan K Sears • 970.396.7521 Stuart Wilson • 217.454.9355 Brent Elam • 615.680.6189 Canadian Representative Grant Alexander • 306.861.5504 ASA Representatives Montie Soules • 918.645.4322 Matt Woolfolk • 713.694.6469 Other Contacts Scott Wall • 309.212.5450 Kerry Johnston • 217.370.6033

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, November 2 Sale cattle available for viewing all day 5:30 PM - Dinner prepared by Echo Valley Meats Social & Evening entertainment by Black Art Music featuring Art and Dr. Jetton Saturday, November 3 Sale cattle on display in the morning & breakfast 11:00 AM - Pre-sale Lunch 1:00 PM - Leveldale Investment Sale

SALE MANAGEMENT BY CAGWIN CATTLE SERVICES, LLC P.O. Box 77, Virginia, IL 62691 Office: 217.452.3051 • Fax: 217.452.3053 Don Cagwin cell • 217.341.7552 Cindy Cagwin-Johnston cell • 217.370.6034

BID ONLINE AT TERMS & CONDITIONS

PERFORMANCE DATA: The Expected Progeny Differences (EPD’s) represented in this catalog are generated through the American Shorthorn Association Digital Beef program and reflect the latest run as of September 4, 2018.

Te­­­­­­rms: Terms of the sale are cash or check payable to the Sale Clerk. Cattle will not be released until payment or satisfactory arrangements for payment has been made and approved by the Sale Manager. The Sale Manager reserves the right to require a certified check as settlement before releasing any cattle. All lots offered sell under the standard terms and conditions endorsed by the American Shorthorn Association. Bidding: All lots sell to the highest bidder. Any disputes or challenges regarding bids will be settled by the auctioneer. His decision will be final. Absentee Bidding: If you will not be able to attend the sale, please contact the Sale Manager, Auctioneer or Sale Staff a day in advance in order to secure your bidder number and place your orders. Purchaser’s Risk: All animals become property of the buyer as soon as declared sold by the auctioneer, unless other arrangements are made prior to the sale. Health: All animals will be accompanied by proper health certificates making them eligible for interstate shipment. Prospective buyers should make themselves aware of health requirements for their respective states. Breeding: All animals sell under the terms and conditions of the American Shorthorn Association Standard Breeding Guarantee. Bred females have been pregnancy examined safe in calf by a licensed veterinarian. Any updated breeding information will be made available on sale day. Announcements: Announcements from the auction block will take precedence over the printed material in this catalog and other announcements. Liabilities: All persons who attend this sale do so at their own risk. The Sale Contributors or Sale Manager assumes no liabilities for any accidents that may occur. The auctioneer or Sale Manager assumes no liability for loss or injury to the livestock due to theft, mysterious disappearance,sickness, or improper handling. Registrations: All animals selling are registered with the American Shorthorn Association unless otherwise stated. A certificate of registry and transfer will be furnished for eachanimal sold. It shall be the responsibility of the seller and/or sale manager to submit the properly prepared transfer application promptly to the American Shorthorn Association. The official ASA registration certificate is not a legal title or proof of ownership. The registration paper simply states who has ASA membership rights to control the registration of progeny associated with an individual registered animal along with the transfer of said rights to a new owner. Genetic Condition Disclaimer: The seller is responsible for disclosure of all known Genetic Condition Abnormalities at the time of sale. Provided the seller has disclosed all Shorthorn Genetic Conditions known to the seller and /or to the Shorthorn breed at the time of sale, the buyer assumes all risk associated with the purchase of known or unknown Genetic Condition Abnormalities of carrier animals. The Seller is not responsible for any new Genetic Condition Abnormalities that may be determined or discovered by the ASA after the time of sale for any animal or genetic material. NOVEMBER,3 2018 |

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Welcome to Along with Leveldale Farms - Cagwin Farms, Bowman Superior Genetics and Velde Farms bring you - VALUE ADDED GENETICS. We at Leveldale Farms, hand picked top additions to the sale from Leveldale genetics owned and co-owned by Velde Farms. In addition to the top individuals and genetics from these programs you have the opportunity to acquire truly - TRANSFORMATIONAL cattle that bring multi-trait selection and what we at Leveldale call “Elasticity” - that important set of traits that show great adaptability. Yes, at Leveldale strong reproductivity traits with rapid growth, early maturity and strong carcass results can all come in attractive low maintenance packages. In other words you can have “Show cattle” that perform on minimal inputs. We hope you can attend the sale in person, but welcome you or your agents to see our cattle any time. In person, online, or on the phone. Please don’t hesitate to ask Scott or me any questions. Leveldale Farms - satisfied customers since 1852. Welcome to Leveldale Les Mathers Leveldale Farms

“You INVEST your money in good Shorthorns. You spend it on poor ones.”

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SON OF LOT 1 Part of the Champion Pen of 5 Shorthorn Bulls at the 2018 NWSS.

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SON OF LOT 2 - LEVELDALE NORTH FACE

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LEVELDALE STORM LASS 281Z COW | 9/11/2012 | SH100 | HORNED | RED | 281Z

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE CASEY 022X LEVELDALE CASSANDRIA 567 PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET LEVELDALE STORM LASS 803U STORM LASSIE KAY 519 Birth Wt: 81

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 YG -0.39 1.2 CW -11 66 REA 0.09 100 MB -0.14 28 FAT -0.11 61 $CEZ 29.46 6 $BMI 145.25 17.1 $F 58.85

AI safe to Muridale Jaxson. Due 1-11-2019. 281Z has been one of our most consistent producers of quality, high performing offspring. Her first calf was a Taylor Made heifer, that was one our best for our 2015 sale. She then produced a Ringo bull, that was a member of our 2017 National Western Champion Pen of 5 and he now serves as a herd sire for Fusion Cattle here in IL. This year she had split sex twins by Leveldale Boardwalk, however the bull is being retained and I think he is one of our best this year! She has a weaning ratio of 115 on 3 progeny and ranks in the top 3% of the breed for WW, YW and Milk! She is a definite money maker! Owned with Kent Velde

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LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 110Y

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COW | 3/8/2011 | AR87.5 | POLLED | ROAN | 110 Y

JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T LEVELDALE GRAND CANYON 620S LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 820U LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 626S Birth Wt: 98

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 2.6 55 82 20 47 3 21

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.37 -11 0.17 0 -0.1 17.66 117.77 54.33

Due to calve 9-18-2018 to Leveldale Reload. 110Y is an absolute power cow! She is extremely deep and broody, yet still attractive and feminine through her front end. Her most notable progeny would be Leveldale North Face, the current herd sire at Schrag’s in South Dakota. We flushed her last year and made full sibs to him, so now we are letting her go, to go work for someone else. I think her calf at side by Leveldale Reload could be something special!

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LEVELDALE ROYAL ROSE 402B

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COW | 1/2/2014 | SH98.44 | POLLED | RED | 402B

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U JSF MAESTRO 35U JSF ROYAL ROSE 200Y KL ROYAL ROSE 7F30 Birth Wt: 73

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

16 YG -0.37 -1.9 CW -15 50 REA 0.36 77 MB -0.02 22 FAT -0.06 47 $CEZ 53.1 9 $BMI 137.46 18.4 $F 52.48

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Due 1-31-2019. If you are looking for an elite female, both phenotypically and with an outstanding genetic profile, Lot 3 would be a great choice! She is as feminine and angular as any female on the farm, yet still has substance and shape with a great udder. She is in the top 5% of breed for six different EPD’s and $ indexes. We have flushed her dam and retained her first daughter, but it is still hard to let her kind off the farm!

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LEVELDALE GOLD CHAIN 545C

COW | 3/3/2015 | AR87.5 | POLLED | RED | 545C

WAUKARU PATENT 8161 MCM LEVELDALE ANCHOR 1305 MCM AUSSIE AUGUSTA 1019 ET SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U LEVELDALE GOLDEN CHAIN 188Y LEVELDALE GOLDEN CHAIN 6105 Birth Wt: 99

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

5 YG -0.32 4.1 CW 9 79 REA 0.32 126 MB -0.23 18 FAT -0.09 57 $CEZ 7.86 2 $BMI 123.83 13 $F 64.07

AI safe to Muridale Jaxson. Due 1-11-2019. 545C is an elite growth and power female for the offering. She is a super deep and broody female, that has a big hip and lots of muscle. All of her growth and substance is offered in a moderate mature size. Her first daughter, that sells as a bred along with her, is one of our very best. This cow will transmit the shape and dimension desired, when mated to any low birth bull. She is in the top 1% of the breed for WW, YW and $F.

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LEVELDALE GOLDEN CHAIN 707E *x4255072 COW | 1/10/2017 | SH93.75 | POLLED | RED | 707E

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U MCM LEVELDALE ANCHOR 1305 LEVELDALE GOLD CHAIN 545C LEVELDALE GOLDEN CHAIN 188Y Birth Wt: 68

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

14 YG -0.30 0.2 CW 3 63 REA 0.28 102 MB -0.21 18 FAT -0.08 49 $CEZ 40.93 8 $BMI 128.27 14 $F 56.96

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Due 1-21-2019. A really nice Taylor Made daughter off the top end of our replacement females. She is a bold ribbed, powerfully designed, maternal looking female that I think will make a really nice brood cow. She offers the same shape and substance as her mother, but in a much more conservative birth weight genotype.

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LEVELDALE RHINESTONE 458B

COW | 4/3/2014 | SH98.44 | POLLED | ROAN | 458B

JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W LEVELDALE PLAYER 249Z LEVELDALE POLLY 838U ET JSF MAESTRO 35U JSF RHINESTONE 159Y JSF RHINESTONE 83T Birth Wt: 77

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

13 YG -0.42 -0.9 CW -11 57 REA 0.28 85 MB -0.07 30 FAT -0.1 59 $CEZ 40.06 9 $BMI 151.21 17 $F 55.42

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Due 2-7-2019. A very productive and attractive young roan female that will do nothing but make you money. She has a birth ratio of 3@102 and weaning ratio of 3@109. Her genetic profile is better than breed average for every trait and several in the top 10% of the breed. Her son, by Leveldale Reload, has been retained as a bull this year and he is certainly in the top end of all our potential future herd sires! NOVEMBER,3 2018 |

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LOT 7A SIRE: LEVELDALE JOKER 627D

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LEVELDALE RED NAN 303A

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COW | 2/8/2013 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 303A

RS DV729 01 034 04 RS DV 034 04 119 07 RS RED STAR 10TH LEVELDALE WILLIE 7104T LEVELDALE RED NAN 087X EF RED NAN 1406 Birth Wt: 82

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.27 -0.2 CW -12 56 REA -0.06 80 MB 0.16 21 FAT -0.08 49 $CEZ 40.75 9 $BMI 140.89 12 $F 57.22

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Ultrasound estimated due 3-26-2019. 303A is an outcross pedigree to the majority of the sale offering. Her sire is from the Rob Sneed program in MO,that is very functional and commercial oriented. She is a deep ribbed, easy keeping female that has a near perfect udder! Her heifer calf that sells along with her is probably the best calf out of our herd sire, Joker.

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LEVELDALE RED NAN 865F

HEIFER | 3/13/2018 | SH98.4 | POLLED | R/W | 865F

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE JOKER 627D LEVELDALE JANET 274Z RS DV 034 04 119 07 LEVELDALE RED NAN 303A LEVELDALE RED NAN 087X Birth Wt: 83

*x4273394 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

14 YG -0.31 -0.7 CW -12 54 REA 0.02 78 MB 0.12 20 FAT -0.09 47 $CEZ 44.92 8 $BMI 139.38 13 $F 55.88

A nice march heifer calf, with a little extra color than we normally see. She is a very deep ribbed, soft made female that has the look of making a tremendously easy keeping cow. She is part of the first calf crop of our herd sire, Joker, and he certainly did not disappoint us! She had a 109 ratio for weaning weight.


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LEVELDALE KAY 462B

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COW | 4/8/2014 | AR87.5 | POLLED | RWM | 462B

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W LEVELDALE KAY 163Y LEVELDALE KAY 919W Birth Wt: 83

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

15 YG -0.32 -0.1 CW -4 56 REA 0.27 90 MB -0.13 19 FAT -0.07 48 $CEZ 47.71 9 $BMI 131.16 15.3 $F 54.67

AI safe to AR SU LU Masterplan. Due 2-19-2019. A very solid, young 7/8 Taylor Made daughter that is both stout and attractive. She offers a very strong genomic profile, with several traits in the top 20% of the breed. She has accumulated a progeny weaning ratio of 103, on a 360 day calving interval, and that will become even shorter with her bred back early to Masterplan!

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LEVELDALE KAY 771E

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COW | 3/13/2017 | SH93.75 | POLLED | RWM | 771E

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE RIGHTEOUS 084 ET EF ROSEWOOD 1193 STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE KAY 462B LEVELDALE KAY 163Y Birth Wt: 83

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.40 0 CW -13 56 REA 0.27 90 MB -0.12 18 FAT -0.09 46 $CEZ 37.41 6 $BMI 124.25 15.1 $F 54.5

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Ultrasound estimated due 3-27-2019. An attractively designed Righteous daughter that offers a little more growth than most of his progeny. She is extra long bodied and really feminine through her front end. She is a double-digit calving ease bred heifer with 90 lbs. of yearling growth. This one mated to Reload, I think will work really well!

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LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 424B

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COW | 2/7/2014 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 424B

WAUKARU PATENT 8161 WAUKARU ORION 2047 ET WAUKARU 464 RED NAN 814 ET LEVELDALE ROCKWELL 814U LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 064X EF BUTTERFLY 984 Birth Wt: 82

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AI safe to Leveldale Boardwalk. Due 1-4-2019. A moderate sized, attractively designed young cow with a beautiful udder. She exemplifies what we consider a “low maintenance” female. She sells safe to Leveldale Boardwalk, who continues to be the talk of the breed as a game changer! His semen is still selling high, so here is your chance to get one of his progeny and a nice cow to go with it.

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

8 YG -0.37 2.9 CW -2 56 REA 0.23 84 MB -0.05 17 FAT -0.1 45 $CEZ 23.35 6 $BMI 124.13 14.9 $F 54.81

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LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 726E

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COW | 2/4/2017 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 726E

STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE RINGO 337A LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U LEVELDALE ROCKWELL 814U LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 064X EF BUTTERFLY 984 Birth Wt: 82

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

14 YG -0.35 0.1 CW -8 46 REA 0.1 73 MB -0.11 25 FAT -0.1 48 $CEZ 45.74 11 $BMI 131.24 17.5 $F 49.91

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Due 3-4-2019. A well made Ringo daughter that should make a tremendous young cow. Ringo progeny have done great things for both Paint Valley and Leveldale. They continue to generate dollars for us and I would expect this female to do the same. The resulting calf will be double bred with Leveldale Rosewood 809U, that could be something special!

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LEVELDALE FLOSS 643D

*x4236704

COW | 2/14/2016 | SH98.4375 | POLLED | ROAN | 643D

JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T WAUKARU IMF 0080 ET EF FLOSS 833 EF FLOSS 1274 Birth Wt: 77

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.41 0.5 CW -5 50 REA 0.29 73 MB -0.22 23 FAT -0.11 48 $CEZ 39.81 9 $BMI 133.28 15.2 $F 49.81

AI safe to Leveldale Ringo. Due 1-18-2019. A moderate framed, attractive 2 year old roan female with a really nice udder. She did an outstanding job raising her first bull calf, by Taylor Made, that has been retained for our bull sale. He adjusted to 616 lbs at weaning. With that maternal strength and low maintenance size, I expect her to continue to generate dollars for her new owner! Owned with Kent Velde.

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EF FLOSS 833

GLENELL IMF B90 WAUKARU IMF 0080 ET WAUKARU AUGUSTA 203 ARMSTRONG HI ROLLER 1A025 EF FLOSS 1274 EF FLOSS 285 Birth Wt: 70

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COW | 10/16/2013 | SH100 | POLLED | RED | 833 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 YG -0.34 2.5 CW -1 55 REA 0.2 79 MB -0.2 26 FAT -0.09 54 $CEZ 19.83 6 $BMI 126.38 10.5 $F 51.67

Due to calve to Leveldale Reload 9-13-2018. An * free female that is moderate sized and easy keeping. As you can see from her daughter, Lot 12, she produces them just the same. She offers extra milk and pounds of growth, along with ribeye and carcass merit. Her mating to Reload I think will work extremely well.

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LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 697D

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COW | 8/28/2016 | SH96.9 | POLLED | R/W | 697D

MF PACER AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 BS ROAN MIST STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 377A EF ROSEWOOD 736 Birth Wt: 81

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

14 1 55 86 16 44 7 14

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.34 -1 0.19 -0.02 -0.1 45.31 128.1 55.2

Due to calve to Leveldale Reload 9-15-2018. A 2 year old Masterplan daughter coming with her first calf. She is a stout hipped, bold ribbed female that is developing a nice, tidy udder. She offers a solid genetic profile, with superior calving ease and growth. Owned with Kent Velde

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LEVELDALE CASSANDRIA 656

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COW | 3/2/2016 | SH100 | HORNED | RED | 656D

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE RIGHTEOUS 084 ET EF ROSEWOOD 1193 DRC 101VM LEVELDALE CASSANDRIA 946W LEVELDALE CASSANDRIA 567 Birth Wt: 98

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

8 YG -0.33 0.7 CW -14 57 REA 0.01 89 MB -0.05 19 FAT -0.09 47 $CEZ 25.18 3 $BMI 116.03 18.5 $F 55.32

Due to calve to Leveldale Reload 9-5-2018. A nice, long 2 year old that was given an extra chance to breed, due to an infertile bull issue. Her cow family lineage is known for performance and function. Her dam, 946W, was a feature in last years sale and now serves as a donor for Royalla Beef in Australia, generating exportable embryos. She was considered a foundation female by Nic Job, so he acquired her genetics and believes they will work well in a different environment.

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LEVELDALE RUTH 6102D

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COW | 9/8/2016 | SH100 | POLLED | ROAN | 6102D

MURIDALE BUSTER 14K MURIDALE JAXSON 4A MURIDALE PRAIRIE 47T RB EAGLE 148TH LEVELDALE MISSIE RUTH 372A SS MISSIE RUTH 2B3 Birth Wt: 80

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

7 YG -0.38 0.8 CW -4 55 REA 0.26 80 MB -0.05 19 FAT -0.1 46 $CEZ 23.38 5 $BMI 124.89 15.6 $F 54.1

Due to calve to Studer’s Taylor Made 9-16-2018. A stylish, feminine fronted Jaxson daughter coming with her first calf by Taylor Made. We have had really good luck with our Jaxson offspring and she is backed by the Missie Ruth family, that has served as donor females in our program. I think her mating with Taylor made should work well.

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LEVELDALE NONPAREIL 751E ET

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COW | 2/22/2017 | SH97.3 | POLLED | RED | 751E

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R SASKVALLEY IMAGINE 65X SASKVALLEY DAISY 186R LAKESIDE POWERPLAY 2P LAKESIDE NONPAREIL 704T STEVENSTEAD NONPAREIL 31 Birth Wt: 91

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

7 YG -0.34 2.4 CW -12 56 REA -0.04 86 MB -0.11 20 FAT -0.11 48 $CEZ 20.59 5 $BMI 117.36 16.8 $F 53.65

Safe to Studer’s Event 86E. Due 2-11-2019. If you like them extra stout, this will probably be the pick of the bred heifers. She has a big square hip, stouter bone and foot, yet still feminine fronted and attractive. Her donor dam was a true power cow, with lots of milk. She will have one of the first calves by our new Studer bull.

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LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 762E

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COW | 3/7/2017 | SH100 | SCURRED | ROAN | 762E

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U LEVELDALE PROSPERITY 747T EF ROSEWOOD 963 EF ROSEWOOD 617 Birth Wt: 78

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

13 YG -0.32 1.2 CW -6 61 REA 0.18 93 MB -0.13 18 FAT -0.08 48 $CEZ 38.46 8 $BMI 133.26 14.6 $F 56.37

Safe to Leveldale Reload. Due 3-4-2019. An easy fleshing, future brood cow that fits the mold of our Taylor Made daughters. She is deep and bold in her center body, with plenty of substance and added look. She offers a strong genetic profile, with six traits in the top 15% of the breed. I think she will make a tremendous mature cow!

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LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 702E COW | 1/1/2017 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 702E

EIONMOR MR GUS 85C MAPLETON COLONEL GUS 71U MAPLETON JULIE 636S AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 806U KL ROSEWOOD 322ND Birth Wt: 89

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8 YG -0.36 2.4 CW -11 54 REA 0.09 79 MB -0.01 21 FAT -0.1 47 $CEZ 24.9 2 $BMI 119.42 16.3 $F 53.75

AI safe to Studer’s Taylor Made. Due 1-8-2019. If you want a little extra growth and size, this would be a good replacement female. She posted a WW ratio of 109 and a YW ratio of 106. She is tremendously long bodied and feminine fronted. Her dam still has one of the best udders on the farm at 10 years old and maintains a 360 day calving interval. She is bred to have longevity!

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LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 701E

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COW | 1/1/2017 | SH96.88 | POLLED | RWM | 701E

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 LEVELDALE RIGHTEOUS 084 ET EF ROSEWOOD 1193 STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 475B LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 275Z Birth Wt: 79

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.36 0.1 CW -13 53 REA 0.2 83 MB -0.07 17 FAT -0.08 43 $CEZ 39.86 6 $BMI 123.03 13.8 $F 53.34

Safe to Studer’s Event 86E. Due 2-25-2019. A maternal designed female with added rib shape and fleshing ability. She has the look of making a productive brood cow. She has a time tested Leveldale pedigree, combing Righteous and Taylor Made. Both bulls have worked very well across different herds. I think this one will generate some dollars for her new owner!

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LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 748E

*x4255112

COW | 2/19/2017 | SH98.44 | POLLED | RWM | 748E

SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A MURIDALE GOOSE 32R JSF MAESTRO 35U JSF ROSEWOOD 168Y KL ROSEWOOD 327TH Birth Wt: 93

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 1.5 58 83 21 50 8 18

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.31 -7 0.16 0.05 -0.08 32.19 138.09 56.53

AI safe to Studer’s Taylor Made. Due 2-7-2019. A nice bred heifer, sired by Bowman’s herd sire, Thermal Energy. She a strong genetic profile, with seven traits in the top 15% of the breed. Her dam is a powerful, nice uddered female that originated in the Jungles program. She should cross well with Taylor Made.

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LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 768E

COW | 3/10/2017 | SH97.3 | POLLED | R/W | 768E

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R SASKVALLEY IMAGINE 65X SASKVALLEY DAISY 186R RS MAX 907 804 07 RS BUTTERFLY 706 12 RS BUTTERFLY 031 07 Birth Wt: 83

*x4255131 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 YG -0.23 0.7 CW -7 52 REA -0.05 73 MB 0.16 15 FAT -0.07 41 $CEZ 33.39 8 $BMI 121.87 13.5 $F 54.55

AI safe to Studer’s Taylor Made. Due 2-15-2019. A little extra color on a moderate sized, easy fleshing bred heifer. Her dam originated from the Rob Sneed program, which is associated with longevity and function. She can add some carcass value to your herd, with a marbling value in the top 5% of the breed and she had an individual ratio of 113!

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LEVELDALE SHERRY 877F

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HEIFER | 3/28/2018 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 877F

MURIDALE JAXSON 4A LEVELDALE RELOAD 660D ET LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U LEVELDALE PROSPERITY 747T EF SHERRY 63 EF SHERRY 507 Birth Wt: 91

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 YG -0.42 2.6 CW -13 69 REA 0.16 105 MB -0.1 19 FAT -0.11 54 $CEZ 14.41 4 $BMI 132.45 15.7 $F 60.46

This is the very first Leveldale Reload progeny to be offered for sale, and she is special! A very powerfully constructed heifer calf that is thick topped, stout hipped and heavy boned. She offers tremendous growth, having posted a weaning ratio of 108. Her mother is a super deep, powerful brood cow and I think this heifer will only continue to get better.

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LEVELDALE RUBY 809F

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HEIFER | 1/5/2018 | SH98.4 | POLLED | RED | 809F

STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE BOARDWALK 530C LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 230Z NPS ANCHOR 074X ET HFS RUBY 318 MSD RUBY S 0732 Birth Wt: 82

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 YG -0.41 1.7 CW -18 60 REA 0.17 90 MB -0.15 15 FAT -0.1 45 $CEZ 30.15 4 $BMI 125.01 14.7 $F 55.4

This is the first Boardwalk female we are selling and I think she exemplifies why there is so much hype about her sire. She is deep and bold in her rib, with plenty of muscle and still attractive. We only had a few Boardwalk calves last year, but they continue to get better, so I think the future is bright for this heifer.

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LEVELDALE VICTORIA 807F

SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T JSF WALL STREET 106C ET KL GOLD ROSE STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y LEVELDALE VICTORIA 646D ET LEVELDALE VICTORIA 812U Birth Wt: 88

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HEIFER | 1/2/2018 | SH100 | POLLED | RWM | 807F CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.29 1.6 CW -9 64 REA -0.03 94 MB -0.06 19 FAT -0.09 51 $CEZ 35.85 7 $BMI 135.92 17.3 $F 58.39

A fancy fronted, attractively designed heifer calf sired by a past Jungle’s high seller, Wall Street. She is out of a first calf heifer that is one of our best, tracing back to a past sale feature, Leveldale Victoria 812U. With her combined strong genetic profile and attractive design, I think this female has a profitable future.

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LEVELDALE TRISH 851F

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HEIFER | 2/22/2018 | AR87.5 | POLLED | RWM | 851F

BELMORE JACKAROO Z109 CROOKED POST STOCKMAN 4Z CROOKED POST RED ROSE 4U PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6008 PEAK VIEW AR17508 PEAK VIEW AR091 Birth Wt: 83 | 205 Day Wt: 553

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

16 YG -0.28 -1.8 CW -14 52 REA -0.03 79 MB 0.02 24 FAT -0.08 50 $CEZ 52.72 11 $BMI 140.84 16 $F 54.06

A functionally designed female from the outcross genetic outlier, Crooked Post Stockman. She is balanced and smooth in her design, with look and substance. Her dam is still very functional and good uddered at 10 years old. She offers a very strong genetic profile in an outcross pedigree. Owned with Kent Velde

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If you are unable to make it to mason city, Il - Bid online at REFERENCE sires

Studer’s Event 86E

LEVELDALE RINGO

LEVELDALE RELOAD

Studer’s taylor made

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I would like to thank Les and all the crew at Leveldale Farms for the opportunity to be a part of the Leveldale Investment Sale. It is a pleasure to work with breeders that have a proven breeding program that excel in all facets of the Shorthorn breed. I am sure that no matter what you need to improve your program from show cattle, performance cattle or commercially accepted cattle you will find that these cattle will excel in all parts of our industry. All breeding cattle are vaccinated wit h 5-way LeptoVibrio in spring every year. All cattle are wormed with Ivomec. All heifer calves are vaccinated for Brucellosis. All heifer calves are vaccinated for 7-Way Blackleg, Red Nose, Para Influenza and Pink eye. All are CHV.

REference Sire: ccs onward 121E

SIRE: CSF EVOLUTION HC DAM: CCS STYLISH GIRL 110Z

All 2018 purebred heifers are Land of Lincoln Eligible.

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

If you have any questions or would like to view our sale offering call us: Don 217-341-7552, Kerry 217-370-6033. Looking forward to seeing you on November 3rd. Cagwin Farms

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LOT 27 SIRE: FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY

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LOT 27 DAM: SULL RED ROSEMARY 5074 ET

LOT 28 SIRE: CF S/F ULTIMATE REWARD ET

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CCS RED ROSEMARY 215E

COW | 2/15/2017 | SH96.9 | POLLED | R/W | CCS DC215E

K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY K-KIM MEG 270N ET SULL RED REWARD 9321 SULL RED ROSEMARY 5074 ET SULL RED ROSEMARY -3 ET CL Birth Wt: 66

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12 0.4 62 89 21 52 6 9

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

Bred to CCS Onward, Due to calve on Jan 6th, 2019. Examined Safe. The best of our yearling bred heifers, by Hot Commodity. Her dam is a full sister to SULL Red Sensation, two of the breeds greats. She is the one you can build a herd around. A foundation female to lead you into the future. Bred to our jr herd sire CCS Onward, she will have one of the 1st calves. CHV.

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CCS AUGUSTA PRIDE 47E

SULL RED REWARD 9321 CF S/F ULTIMATE REWARD ET CF HHF MARGIE 2106 HC X ET WHR CODE RED 8217 ET WHR AUGUSTA PRIDE 4030 ET CF AUGUSTA PRIDE 734 TP ET Birth Wt: 61

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COW | 4/7/2017 | SH96.9 | POLLED | R/W | CCS DC47E CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

7 2.4 54 78 20 46 4 8.1

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.41 -16 0.02 -0.06 -0.12 22.39 122.39 53.31

Bred to Saskvalley Outlaw, Due to calve on Feb 2nd, 2019. Examined Safe. The Augusta Prides have been breed leading, producing females in the leading herds for many years. Proving their ability to consistently be breed improver’s. Augusta Pride 47E has the added advantage of being sired by Ultimate Reward, who’s dam is in the Margie cow family. This female has two of the great producing cow families in her pedigree to insure her producing ability. CHV. NOVEMBER,3 2018 |

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CCS CHERRI SODA 24B

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COW | 2/4/2014 | SH100 | POLLED | RED | DC24B

KL PRIME TIME PAYMASTER SULL PAYDAY 1507 ET SULL RED PRINCESS 9228 ET SULL PRIMETIME ET SULL CHERRI SODA 2062 ET SULL CHERRI 205 - 7 ET CL Birth Wt: 71

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

4 YG -0.44 3.1 CW -10 56 REA 0.21 86 MB -0.11 20 FAT -0.12 48 $CEZ 11.49 0 $BMI 111.67 10.8 $F 53.82

Bred to SULL Red Power, Due to calve on Jan 19th, 2019. Examined Safe. Cherri Soda 24B has been our pick as a calf and as a 2 &3 year old. Only because we have an exceptional daughter are we selling this female. She will be a herd improver and a true sale attraction. Selling bred the syndicated sire, SULL Red Power, expect great things from this mating. CHV.

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CCS DEBORAH 125D

COW | 1/25/2016 | SH100 | POLLED | RED | CCS DC125D

DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X MCQUEEN-VUE’S HAPPY GO LUCKY ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T CCS DEBORAH 925X CCS DEBORAH 412R Birth Wt: 65

x4238464 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 YG -0.25 3 CW 1 54 REA 0.16 80 MB -0.01 24 FAT -0.07 51 $CEZ 20.81 3 $BMI 116.81 13.9 $F 53.5

Bred to CCS Onward, due to calve on Feb 12th, 2019. Examined Safe. The Bold daughters have been tremendous additions to our herd. We have sold very few. We have been fortunate to have three great breeding bulls, Bold, Top Dog and Mission. They have left us with a great producing group of daughters in our herd. Deborah 125D has all three sires in her pedigree and she is proof how great this combination is working for us. Bred to our jr herd sire CCS Onward, we expect great things from him in the future. CHV.


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CCS CUMBERLAND 46A COW | 4/6/2013 | SH100 | POLLED | R/W | DC46A

SASKVALLEY PRIMO 40P ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T ALTA CEDAR LADY 20M SBR TOMAHAWK 50T KOLT TSF CUMBERLAND 15W SULL CUMBERLAND 7409 Birth Wt: 74

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9 YG -0.31 1.1 CW -12 52 REA -0.06 81 MB -0.06 23 FAT -0.1 49 $CEZ 28.82 4 $BMI 117.91 14.5 $F 52.74

Bred to SULL Red Sensation, due to calve on Jan 18th, 2019. Examined Safe. Very few Top Dog daughters have ever been sold. Because they are the heart of our herd and Cumberland 46Ais one of the best. You can buy with confidence that she will be a top producer for you and the proof is in her heifer calf also selling, being a member of the great Cumberland cow family is an added bonus. CHV.

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CCS CUMBERLAND 29F

HEIFER | 2/9/2018 | SH96.9 | POLLED | RWM | CCS DC29F

SULL RED REWARD 9321 SULL RED SENSATION 6554D ET SULL ROSE MARY 636-3 ET ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T CCS CUMBERLAND 46A KOLT TSF CUMBERLAND 15W Birth Wt: 74

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8 YG -0.36 1.7 CW -16 54 REA -0.02 83 MB -0.1 20 FAT -0.11 47 $CEZ 26.08 3 $BMI 115.81 10.1 $F 53.13

A show heifer supreme sired by SULL Red Sensation who we have had great success with in our AI program. We will predict that when you are done showing her, she will make a tremendous herd improving female. CHV.

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CCS DIANNE DOLLY 45C

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COW | 4/5/2015 | SH93.75 | POLLED | RED | CCS DC45C

DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X MCQUEEN-VUE’S HAPPY GO LUCKY JUST RITE 501M WHR DIANE DOLLY 2319 WHR BLB DIANE DOLLY 8N04 ET Birth Wt: 71

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

7 2.4 52 77 16 42 1 8.8

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

Bred to CCS Onward, due to calve March 13th, 2019. Examined Safe. A Bold daughter who’s Dam WHR Diane Dolly 2319, we purchased from Bill Rasor. From their great Diane Dolly ET program and she has become a top producer for us and is headed to our ET program. Her best daughter to date is CCS Dolly 45C and proof she is a herd improver is by her great Evolution heifer calf also selling. CHV.

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CCS DIANE DOLLY 316F

HEIFER | 3/16/2018 | SH96.9 | HORNED | R/W | CCS DC316F

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY CSF EVOLUTION HC CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X CCS DIANNE DOLLY 45C WHR DIANE DOLLY 2319 Birth Wt: 61

*4270733 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 0.6 52 75 18 44 4 9

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

The pick of many that have viewed the sale offering, to be a show heifer supreme. I explained in her dam’s footnote what a great job the Dolly’s are doing or us. This Evolution daughter will definitely carry that trait on. CHV.

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CCS FARAH 32F

HEIFER | 3/2/2018 | SH96.9 | POLLED | R/W | CCS DC32F

SULL RED REWARD 9321 SULL RED SENSATION 6554D ET SULL ROSE MARY 636-3 ET ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T CCS FARAH 101W JAF CEDAR CURVE FARAH Birth Wt: 71

*x4270737 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

8 YG -0.36 1.5 CW -13 52 REA 0 81 MB -0.12 20 FAT -0.11 46 $CEZ 26.86 3 $BMI 114.49 11.2 $F 52.11

An AI daughter of SULL Red Sensation, from our Farah cow family. You will remember her great grand dam Cedar Curve Farah that was national champion. One of the most complete females to ever win that honor. We have daughters and grand daughters in the herd. They have made great producing cows and Farah 32F will do the same after her show career. CHV.

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CCS ROSEMARY 215F

HEIFER | 2/15/2018 | SH96.9 | POLLED | ROAN | CCS DC215F

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY CSF EVOLUTION HC CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET SULL RED REWARD 9321 SULL ROSE MARY 5024 ET SULL ROSE MARY 636-4 ET CL Birth Wt: 62

*x4270752 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

10 0.2 53 77 19 45 4 7.5

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.42 -18 0.06 -0.08 -0.12 34.61 126.43 53.01

An Evolution daughter who’s dam is a full sister to SULL Red Sensation. What a great combination, the Rosemary’s have written breed history for Sullivan’s Farms and this young show heifer will continue that legacy in your herd. CHV.

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CCS MARGIE 25F

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HEIFER | 2/5/2018 | SH93.8 | POLLED | RWM | CCS DC25F

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T SULL RED POWER 6971D MCV MARGIE MILLION 503Q BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 CCS MARGIE 37U B GOOD MARGIE 11P Birth Wt: 79

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 YG -0.47 2.3 CW -14 57 REA 0.2 82 MB -0.11 16 FAT -0.13 45 $CEZ 20.08 3 $BMI 124.82 10.4 $F 54.4

Margie 25F is an AI daughter of SULL Red Power that is becoming a very popular AI sire of show heifers. This heifer’s dam is a Byland Mission daughter that consistently produces more volume and eye appeal. Margie 25F has all those traits. She will be a great contender in any show. CHV.

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CCS JASMINE 121F

HEIFER | 1/21/2018 | SH96.9 | POLLED | RWM | CCS DC121F

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY CSF EVOLUTION HC CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET SULL RED IN FOCUS ET CYT JASMINE 3230 ASH VALLEY JASMINE 8513 Birth Wt: 78

*x4270758 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

8 YG -0.42 1.2 CW -11 56 REA 0.18 81 MB -0.03 18 FAT -0.11 46 $CEZ 26.86 4 $BMI 129.81 10.4 $F 55.16

A good Evolution daughter that is an example of the great show heifers Evolution is producing. Jasmine 121F has the show ring eye appeal that will separate the form the rest. You can buy her and have a great show ring experience. Check out her EPD’s. CHV.


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CCS KATRINA 209F

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HEIFER | 2/9/2018 | SH96.9 | POLLED | R/W | CCS DC209F

SULL RED REWARD 9321 SULL RED SENSATION 6554D ET SULL ROSE MARY 636-3 ET JSF GAUGE 137W CCS KATRINA 216B CCS KATRINA 19Z Birth Wt: 68

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

9 YG -0.33 1.3 CW -21 52 REA -0.04 76 MB -0.03 22 FAT -0.09 48 $CEZ 28.5 4 $BMI 121.61 12.2 $F 52.58

The Katrina’s have been in our herd for many years. This SULL Red Sensation X Katrina is the best to date. You will like this show heifers eye appeal and soundness. An opportunity to add a new cow family to your herd after her show career, with good EPD’s. CHV.

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CCS GOLDENDROP 41F

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HEIFER | 4/1/2018 | SH100 | POLLED | R/W | CCS DC41F

FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY CSF EVOLUTION HC CF BOY CAROLINE 210 ET JSF DEMAND 43Z HIGHLAND GOLDENDROP 440 HIGHLAND GOLDENDROP 149 Birth Wt: 74

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

8 2 53 77 18 45 4 9.8

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.43 -18 0.11 -0.08 -0.11 27.01 123.96 52.93

We purchased this heifer’s dam from Highland Farms and she has become a keeper. Her mating to Evolution has been ideal, you will enjoy working with this heifer and she will develop into an extraordinary individual. CHV.

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CCS DREAM LADY 203F

HEIFER | 1/3/2018 | AR50 | POLLED | BLACK | CCS DC203F

BPF MERCEDES BENZ 131U SS DAKOTA CHROME 402 CYT MIRAGE 2147 ET READY 2 RUMBLE CYT DREAM LADY 532C ET CYT DREAM LADY 420-2 ET Birth Wt: 65

*xAR4270766 CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

6 1.2 45 66 16 39 1 5.9

YG CW REA MB FAT $CEZ $BMI $F

CCS Dream Lady 203F is what we think the Shorthorn Plus program is all about. We mated a Shothorn Plus bull to a Shorthorn Plus female. The result is a half blood Shorthorn Plus female that has two female greats in her pedigree. Mirage and Dream Lady, the whole beef industry could use more cattle bred like this. There is no doubt she will be a great show heifer. Be sure to check her out sale day, this is the kind that can breed on into the future. CHV.

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Dear Shorthorn Enthusiasts, It is that time of year again where we get ready for the Leveldale INVESTMENT Sale and we could not be more thrilled with the cattle we plan to make available to you. We proudly offer these females as we delve into the next generation of Shorthorns at BSG. These females are young and offer the most cutting-edge, maternal genetics with an extra punch of power from the finest genetics we can source. Folks have come to expect our very best from our bred heifer offering at the Leveldale Investment Sale, and we are happy to compare them to any offering you will find. Some sell bred to Saskvalley Banjo 268B, a stunning son of Ultra 12J and the famous Maggie 73R--- Banjo’s offspring are in high demand to those who see the calves. Just ask our friend, Wes Wise. The legacy of Thermal Energy, the sire of some of these bred heifers, continues to prove exciting world-wide. The oldest progeny are in Australia and they are topping bulls sales for nearly $40,000 and are winning major shows, like the Royal Adelaide Show last month. He is dynamic and universal. Look closely at his daughters. To prove our confidence, the females not sired by Thermal Energy sell with 2 units of Muridale Thermal Energy 15A semen. Thank you for your interest in BSG. We look forward to seeing you at the sale. Stop by or call anytime. Sincerely, J. Phillip Bowman & Family Phillip & Linda Bowman

Practical Ideas. Practical Cattle.

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SERVICE SIRE: SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE

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BSG KILLIAN ROSE 1746 OF 15A

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COW | 3/25/2017 | SH100 | POLLED | RED | BSG 1746

SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A MURIDALE GOOSE 32R JSF CAPICHE 46U BSG KILLIAN ROSE 1399 46U BSG KILLIAN ROSE 156 GOV Birth Wt: 75

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CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

12 YG -0.27 -1.1 CW -7 54 REA 0.02 81 MB 0.04 20 FAT -0.08 47 $CEZ 40.55 8 $BMI 128.94 17.7 $F 54.8

Bred to Saskvalley Banjo 268B. Due early March, 2019. Super calving ease, in tandem with beef quality. From Conception to Consumption, 1746 is exactly what the beef industry needs more of. Her dam in one of our favorite cows at BSG and we are proud to offer you this stellar daughter. Her granddam was a 2016 Form To Function favorite and is now working for the Golemboski’s in Colorado. You can see that these Thermal Energy daughters are the real deal—Stout, Heavy Muscled and Super Soft made.

BSG SHANIA 1742 OF 15A

COW | 3/20/2017 | SH100 | POLLED | RED | BSG 1742

SASKVALLEY TRADITION 106T MURIDALE THERMAL ENERGY 15A MURIDALE GOOSE 32R BSG LANDSLIDE LAD 106 BSG SHANIA 1476 OF L106 BSG SHANIA 968 OF 7S Birth Wt: 81

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11 YG -0.29 0.4 CW -4 50 REA 0.09 79 MB 0.13 19 FAT -0.09 44 $CEZ 35.96 7 $BMI 119.75 16.1 $F 54.17

Bred to Saskvalley Task Force 105T. Due February 18, 2019. This female models the exact pattern and powerful we consistently see in the Thermal Energy progeny. You really have to admire her easy fleshing look and easy-going attitude. Her maternal grandsire was likely our best Lad 13N son ever, but like many great ones, gone too soon. Unique pedigree here.

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BSG DREAM OF ME 1702 OF 7Y

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE 105T BSG DREAM OF ME 4108 105T BSG DREAM OF ME V 748 OF 844 Birth Wt: 83

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BSG TEXAS ROSE 1719 OF 7Y

Birth Wt: 82

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BSG BLEND BEEF 1734 66B

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

14 YG -0.32 0.3 CW -11 52 REA 0.1 76 MB -0.06 19 FAT -0.08 45 $CEZ 45.58 9 $BMI 132.41 15.5 $F 52.69

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COW | 3/10/2017 | AR75 | POLLED | BLUE ROAN | BSG 1734

JT TRANS X 28X SASKVALLEY BLITZ 66B SASKVALLEY DANDY 340Z CONNEALY DANNY 5398 BSG BLEND BEEF 1568 5398 BSG CORONA 765 OF 226

CED BW WW YW MK TM CEM ST

Birth Wt: 86

9 YG -0.21 1.2 CW 6 66 REA 0.07 104 MB 0.12 16 FAT -0.07 49 $CEZ 23.67 2 $BMI 116.88 12.3 $F 61.73

Bred to Saskvalley Banjo 268B. Due early March, 2019. We always try to bring our best “BSG Blend Beef” Shorthorn Composite female (ShorthornPlus) to the Leveldale Investment Sale. Why? Because the acquisition of a Composite female is truly an investment in making quality change in good Shorthorn genetics. Once again, we bring you a ¾ Shorthorn that lights up the growth and beef quality indicators. Such a beautiful and long front end, and her top line stretches as long as a freight train. MGS is Connealy Danny, considered one of the more influential Angus sires in Nebraska, ask the folks at A&T Cattle Co. Calf will be 7/8 Shorthorn and will sire or produce purebred Shorthorns.

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Bred to Saskvalley Task Force 105T. Due February 18, 2019. Taylor Made daughters are going to continue to grow in demand. We have always thought that their mating to the $BMI legend, Task Force would make a top-notch Shorthorn that would be desired in any arena. This heifer seems a little greener in her sale picture, but she robust in the flesh. Take advantage of some maximized genetic profit potential. When you see her at the sale, she is likely to be your pick of the bred heifer offering. 205 Day Wt of 721 lbs, rating 103@WW against some high performance stock!

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14 YG -0.26 -0.2 CW -7 57 REA 0.09 86 MB -0.2 19 FAT -0.07 47 $CEZ 45.66 8 $BMI 129.53 17 $F 53.31

COW | 2/26/2017 | SH100 | POLLED | R/W | BSG 1719

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U SASKVALLEY STAMPEDE 128S BSG TEXAS ROSE 5104 OF 128S BSG TOP ROSE 005 OF 34R

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Bred to JSF Gauge 137W. Due February 18, 2019. It is really hard to let these Taylor Made daughters go. Females sired by this living legend are so productive and are such beautiful, gentle cows. The Dream Of Me cow family stems from the original Mayflower lineage that was so successfully cultivated by the legendary Harvey Fulton “Kenmar” herd of Manitoba, Canada. It was when they were reborn in western Texas that this tribe took on the Dream Of Me name. When you see any female from this line, you’ll understand why this new generation name is so fitting. A breed great for maternal traits- check them out!

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SIRE: STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y | DAM: LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 230Z BW WW YW MK

Selling one package of three (3) units of semen.

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LEVELDALE RINGO 337A x4206214 SIRE: STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y | DAM: LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U BW WW YW MK

Selling one package of five (5) units of semen.

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AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355

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SIRE: SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R | DAM: SASKVALLEY DAISY 186R

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Selling one package of ten (10) units of semen.

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Selling one package of ten (10) units of semen.

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Our meals will feature leveldale beef prepared by echo valley meats

Echo Valley Meats made a 2 time appearance on ABC’s show “Shark Tank”. During his first appearance, he flew to Los Angeles, California, gave his “Pitch,” and impressed producers enough to make it to the show. Though he didn’t secure a deal, the “Sharks” loved his meat products, authenticity, and enthusiasm. In 2014 Dave received the invitation for a return visit to “Shark Tank,” where he had the rare opportunity for a second pitch to the Sharks during Season 6. This time he secured a deal with billionaire investor, Mark Cuban, making Dave the only entrepreneur in the show’s history to pitch the same business successfully the second time around. Echo Valley Meats is a growing success because of common sense judgment, hard work, leading by example, giving back to the community and above all, finding passion in life.

Scholarship A new scholarship funded from these contributions as well as others given by Leveldale Farms - Mathers and Conniff families will provide future scholarship funding for Top-performing AJSA members looking to further their careers with Shorthorns and providing care to those in rural areas....DurhamCountryDoc.com will help student pursuing careers to supply medical, dental or veterinary services to rural communities.

Bulls

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Friday Night

Our weaned, spring bull calves will be on display for viewing the weekend of the sale.

Friday, November 2 Social & Evening entertainment by Black Art Music featuring Art & Dr. Jetton NOVEMBER,3 2018 |

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A block of rooms have been reserved at Harrah’s Hotel & Casino. Please reference the American Shorthorn Association room rate when making your reservation by November 15th. Contact the hotel directly at (816) 472-7777 to reserve your room. Address: Harrah’s North Kansas City • One Riverboat Drive • North Kansas City, MO 64116

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= Show Results

Minnesota State Fair - Super Regional 95 head – Judge: Todd Herman, Lima, Ohio. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Female, DSF Esther 4F, exhibited by Brock Studer, Creston, Iowa.

Grand Champion Bull, Armstrong Easy Rider 1603, exhibited by John Allen IV, Saxonburg, Pa.

Reserve Grand Champion Female, Steck Cherri 707 ET, exhibited by Tyler DeGroot, Edgerton, Minn.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull, BFS Dazzle Prince 702, exhibited by The Bollum Family, Goodhue, Minn.

On Saturday, September 1, 2018, Shorthorn enthusiast showed at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul, Minn. The Super Regional Show was judged by Todd Herman of Lima, OH. Herman evaluated 60 purebred females, 17 purebred bulls, 16 ShorthornPlus females and 2 ShorthornPlus bulls. Grand Champion Female was awarded to DSF Esther 4F exhibited by Brock Studer of Creston, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion Female honors went to Steck Cherri 707 ET shown by Tyler DeGroot of Edgerton, Minn. Grand Champion Bull was Armstrong Easy Rider 1603 exhibited by John Allen IV of Saxonburg, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was BFS Dazzle Prince 702 shown by The Bollum Family of Goodhue, Minn. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female

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honors went to WGR Midnight Mirgage 708E shown by Mikayla Wetzel of Faribault, Minn. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was AB Jolene shown by Madison Mattson of Albert Lea, Minn. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull was Dressen’s Rerun exhibited by Jim Dressen & Family of Ellsworth, Minn. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull was Dressen’s Snoopy shown by Jim Dressen & Family. Other Champions Include: Shorthorn Females: Champion Late Spring Heifer Calf FFF Revival, Caleb Faulhaber, Blooming Prairie, Minn. Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf DSF Beauty 62F, Brock Studer. Reserve Champion Early Spring Heifer Calf - VVCC Snowflake, Valley Vista Farms, Scottsburg, Ind.

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Champion Junior Heifer Calf - DSF Esther 4F, Brock Studer. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - BFS Lovely Lady SN 827 ET, The Bollum Family. Champion Senior Heifer Calf - BFS Royal Ruby EE 791, The Bollum Family. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - BFS Elsie’s Jade EE 783, The Bollum Family. Champion Intermediate Female SSCC 1st White Rose, Alex Stade, Prior Lake, Minn. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - Homedale May 715, The Kaehler Family, Saint Charles, Minn. Champion Junior Female - Wildwood Elle Ann E 757, Wildwood Farm, Buffalo, Minn. Reserve Champion Junior Female - BFS Margie G 754 ET, The Bollum Family. Champion Senior Female - Steck


Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SWGR Midnight Mirgage 708E, exhibited by Mikayla Wetzel, Faribault, Minn.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Dressen’s Rerun, exhibited by Jim Dressen & Family, Ellsworth, Minn.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, AB Jolene, exhibited by Madison Mattson, Albert Lea, Minn. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Dressen’s Snoopy, exhibited by Jim Dressen & Family, Ellsworth, Minn.

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Cherri 707 ET, Tyler DeGroot. Reserve Champion Senior Female FC Queen Becca 705, Faxon Creek Cattle Co., Belle Plaine, Minn. Champion Cow/Calf Pair - LCCC WF Sara Rose RS 1435 ET, KSS Keystone Shorthorns, Cornell, Minn. Shorthorn Bulls: Champion Early Spring Bull Calf BFS Power Play 839, The Bollum Family. Reserve Champion Early Spring Bull Calf - Studer’s Forsyth 65F, Nathan Studer & Jenny Studer, Creston, Iowa. Champion Junior Bull Calf - Studer’s Fair Game 6F, Brock Studer. Reserve Champion Junior Bull Calf FC Straight Cash, Faxon Creek Cattle Co. Champion Senior Bull Calf - Waukaru Marcus 7208, Anna Bratsven, Lublin, Wisc. Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf - FC Silver Bullet 790 ET, Faxon Creek Cattle Co.

Champion Intermediate Bull - AVF America’s Energy, Zach Wanous, Glencoe, Minn. Champion Junior Bull - BFS Dazzle Prince 702, The Bollum Family. Reserve Champion Junior Bull - NYE Red Roan Solution 1702 ET, Austin Nye, Henderson, Minn. Champion Senior Bull - Armstrong Easy Rider 1603, John Allen IV. Reserve Champion Senior Bull Wildwood Remington 616 P, Wildwood Farm. ShorthornPlus Females: Champion Junior Heifer Calf - Nye Kesha Ladybug 1804 ET, Austin Nye. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - RWSF Lavish Lucy 802, Athena Moe, Fort Ripley, Minn. Champion Senior Heifer Calf - 6B Crystal, Hunter Bruns, Renville, Minn. Champion Intermediate Female WGR Midnight Mirgage 708E, Mikayla

Wetzel. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - AJS Lacey Jayne, Alex Steffl, Springfield, Minn. Champion Junior Female - AB Jolene, Madison Mattson. Reserve Champion Junior Female - NNT Rosy’s Dirty Girl 402, Trevor Beckstrand, Waldorf, Minn. Champion Senior Female - Dressen’s Iris, Tom Bryan & Family, Red Wing, Minn. Reserve Champion Senior Female Dressen’s Cherry, Nathan Skiba, Bryce Skiba and Mikayla Skiba, North Branch, Minn. ShorthornPlus Bulls: Champion Early Spring Bull Calf Dressen’s Rerun, Jim Dressen & Family. Champion Junior Bull Calf - Dressen’s Snoopy, Jim Dressen & Family. =

nicole skindelien What is your favorite color of shorthorn? blue roan WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SHOW PRODUCT? the green stuff, a daily hair product WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? vet and also raise my own animals.

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Iowa State Fair - Regional Show Des Moines, Iowa by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, 6B’s Guardian ET, exhibited by 6B Farms, Allison, Iowa.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Lucy’s Right 7212E ET, exhibited by Abigail Burkhart, Dunlap, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Studer’s Easy Rider 50E, exhibited by Clark Farms Shorthorns, Pleasantville, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Rose Mary 7606E ET, exhibited by Reanna Obrecht, Harlan, Iowa. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, BZA Jonsey 8017, exhibited by Blazin A Shorthorns, Indianola, Iowa.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Black Cherri 7217E ET, exhibited by Jake Brandt, Clarion, Iowa. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Mitch’s Black Wasp 807 ET, exhibited by Tom Mitchell, Waverly, Iowa. Picture Not Available

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Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Crystal’s Choice 7014E, exhibited by Joe Reetz, Dunlap, Iowa.


Indiana State Fair - Regional Show Indianapolis, Ind. by Emily Velisek

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

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 782 SOL ET, exhibited by Ryan Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, BFC Malbec E323, exhibited by Brandywine Farms Cattle Company, Carthage, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female,CF V8 Mona Lisa Reward 780 SOL X ET, exhibited by Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female,CF CCLT Augusta Pride 7145, exhibited by Miller Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, CF Tamale 745 RD X ET, exhibited by Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.

Western Idaho Fair - Regional Show Boise, Idaho by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female JT Betty Angel 2154, J T Ranch, Turlock, Calif. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn

Female - GSC Princess 2222, Greg Cardey, Turlock, Calif. Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull GSC Studer 2259, Greg Cardey.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull - GSC Gold Label 2148, Greg Cardey. No pictures available. =

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ASA Point Show System for 2018-2019 Show Season: April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019

Region 1: Northeast

Region 4: South Central

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

Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana

Region 1: Northeast Regional Shows

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

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

Super Regional...Kentucky State Fair Regional ……. Tennessee State Fair Regional ………………Dixie National Livestock Show

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

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

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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

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

4 points 2 points 7 points 5 points

Super Regional Shows Region 5: West Regional Shows

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

5 - National Shows North American International Livestock Exposition, Louisville, KY National Western Stock Show, Denver, CO Keystone International Livestock Exposition, Harrisburg, PA American Royal Livestock Show, Kansas City, MO

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Fort Worth Stock Show, Fort Worth, TX

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

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Illinois State Fair - Regional Show Springfield, Ill. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, JS Continental Divide ET, exhibited by James R Johnson, Niantic, Ill and Blake Lehman, Eureka, Ill. Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SULL Bo’s Maggie 7976E ET, exhibited by John Gellerman, Petersburg, Ill. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, CCS Equalizer 26F, exhibited by Don Cagwin, Virginia, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, SNF Fool Me Now, exhibited by Kendall Nelson, Seneca, Ill. Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Bull, Campbell’s Hairy, exhibited by Matthew Campbell, Carrollton, Ill.

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, SULL Lady Crystal 7125E ET, exhibited by Mason Campbell, Windsor, Ill.

ASA Point Show System Point Distribution for Regional Shows: 1st: 5 points 2nd: 4 points 3rd: 3 points 4th: 2 points 5th: 1 point Division Champion: 4 points Reserve Division Champion: 2 points Grand Champion: 7 points Reserve Grand Champion: 5 points

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, Lorenz’s Chrome, exhibited by Jerry & Kim Lorenz, Grant Park, Ill.

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Kentucky State Fair - Super Regional 55 head – Judge: Josh Taylor, Perkins, Okla. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, BRH Proud Foold 1720, exhibited by Caroline Winter, Ashville, Ohio.

Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, Armstrong Easy Rider 1603, exhibited by John Allen IV, Saxonburg, Pa.

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, GCC Evolution Charm 7102 ET, exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn, Waynesville, Ohio. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, EGL Neptune MX 759, exhibited by Evea Ennis, Martinsville, Ind.

On Friday, August 24, 2018, shorthorn exhibitors showed at the Kentucky State Fair. The Super Regional Show was judged by Josh Taylor of Perkins, OK. Taylor evaluated 32 purebred females, 9 purebred bulls and 14 ShorthornPlus females. Grand Champion Female was awarded to BRH Proud Fool 1720 shown by Caroline Winter of Ashville, Ohio. Reserve Grand Champion Female honors went to GCC Evolution Charm 7102 ET, exhibited by Kolten Greenhorn of Waynesville, Ohio. Grand Champion Bull was Armstrong Easy Rider 1603 exhibited by John Allen IV of Saxonburg, Pa. Reserve Grand Champion Bull was EGL Neptune MX 759 exhibited by Evea Ennis of Martinsville, Ind. In the ShorthornPlus show, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female honors went to 4D Mae Lynn D21E shown by Rachel Drumm of Winchester, Ky. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female was LCF Roxie Diamond 727 exhibited by Reba Prather of Nancy, Ky. Other Champions Include: Shorthorn Females:

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Champion Spring Heifer Calf Bratcher Myrtle Bo 812, Abby Bratcher, Elizabeth, Ind. Reserve Champion Spring Heifer Calf - VVCC Snowflake, Valley Vista Farms, Scottsburg, Ind. Champion Junior Heifer Calf Martin Dell Dreams 801, Austin Martin, Tompkinsville, Ky. Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf - GCS White Princess, Gary Gearlds, Tompkinsville, Ky . Champion Senior Heifer Calf - Martin Dell Lily 787, Austin Martin. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - MDR Mona Michelle 706, Maddox Reedy, Tuscola, Ill. Champion Intermediate Female GCC Evolution Charm 7102 ET, Kolten Greenhorn. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - RFSS Roan Margie ET, Evea Ennis. Champion Junior Female - MDR Revival 704 ET, Maddox Reedy. Reserve Champion Junior Female - RFSS Rambo’s Delite, John Cox, Flemingsburg, Ky. Champion Senior Female - BRH

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Proud Fool 1720, Caroline Winter. Reserve Champion Senior Female RFSS Roan Sis, Mattie Williams, Gamaliel, Ky. Shorthorn Bulls: Champion Spring Bull Calf - VVCC Rocky, Valley Vista Farms. Champion Senior Bull Calf - EGL Neptune MX 759, Evea Ennis. Reserve Champion Senior Bull Calf MFK Last Dance 387K X, Maurice & Faye Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky. Champion Intermediate Bull - VCC Ain’t No Foolin’ 1701 ET, Cedar Lane Farm & Vollborn Cattle Company. Champion Senior Bull - Armstrong Easy Rider 1603, John Allen IV. Reserve Champion Senior Bull - MFK Hot Rebel 26K X, Wesley Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky. ShorthornPlus Females: Champion Spring Heifer Calf Bratcher Forever Lady 8, Abby Bratcher. Champion Junior Heifer Calf - Martin Lily 839, Austin Martin. Champion Senior Heifer Calf - SULL Flamin Tamale 7685E ET, Lindy Kiser, Morning View, Ky. Reserve Champion Senior Heifer Calf - SharBen Stylin’ Crystal 922 ET, SharBen


Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 4D Mae Lynn D21E, exhibited by Rachel Drumm,Winchester, Ky. Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, LCF Roxie Diamond 727, exhibited by Reba Prather, Nancy, Ky.

Shorthorns, Sharpsburg, Ky. Champion Intermediate Female A&D 21 Queen Red, A&D Shorthorns, Plainville, Ind. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female - Circle J Mabel 005E, Austin Martin.

Champion Junior Female - LCF Roxie Diamond 727, Reba Prather. Reserve Champion Junior Female SharBen Lil Miss Can’t Be Wrong, AdyMae Williams, Elizabethtown, Ky. Champion Senior Female - 4D Mae Lynn D21E, Rachel Drumm.

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Washington State Fair - Regional Show Puyallup, Wash. by Emily Velisek

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female - MM Amanda Maid 3Z 131D, Esther Harry, Oakville, Wash. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female - MM Royal Robin MSC 18E,

Esther Harry. Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull - GSC Gold Label 2148, Greg Cardey, Turlock, Calif. Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn

Bull - GSC Gold Label 2585, Greg Cardey. No pictures available.

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2018 American Royal Shorthorn Show October 25, 2018 12:00 PM American Royal Junior Shorthorn Show Following National Shorthorn Show ShorthornPlus followed by Shorthorns Presentation of Show Honoree during the

National Shorthorn Show: Dale Studer & Family from Iowa

Judges: Open Shorthorn Show: Mark Johnson • Junior Shorthorn Show: Brent Murphy

2019 WHR ASSESSMENT FEES If 2019 assessment is paid between these dates

Pay this amount per head

November 1, 2018 - January 9, 2019

$16

January 10, 2019 - February 28, 2019

$20

March 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019

$25

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Illinois State Fair Junior Shows

Junior Heifer Show: Jason Hoffman, Thedford, Neb. Junior Steer Show: Dr, Chris Skaggs, Bryan, Texas

Champion Shorthorn Steer Open Show, exhibited by Raegan Smithers.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer Open Show, exhibited by Trevor Frerichs.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Cole Whisman.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Kendall Nelson.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Ashtin Guyer.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Mason Campbell.

3rd Overall Land Of Lincoln Steer, Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Amber Lee.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Riley Johnson.

IBA Jackpot Show, Champion Shorthorn Heifer, Lorenz’s Big Ali 17, exhibited by Grace Rinker.

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IBA Jackpot Show, Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, DJS Farrah HC 713, exhibited by Grace Clark.

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IBA Jackpot Show Reserve Champion Overall, Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, SULL Lady Crystal, exhibited by Mason Campbell.

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IBA Jackpot Show, Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Carson Welsh.


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= Sale Reports Cates Farms ‘Star Search XVI’ Sale Summary

30 Open Heifers...............$ 571,500 $ 19,050 29 Bred Females...............$ 215,700 $ 7,438 8 Plus Heifers....................$ 123,000 $ 15,375 4 Plus Bred Females.........$ 25,500 $ 6,375 1 Bull.................................$ 21,000 $ 21,000 2 Hereford Heifers............$ 30,000 $ 15,000 11 Angus Heifers..............$ 143,250 $ 13,023 12 Angus Bred Females..$ 61,850 $ 5,154 97 Breeding Lots............$ 1,191,800 $ 12,287 3 Shorthorn Steers............$ 11,200 $ 3,733 100 Live Lots..................$ 1,203,000 14 Embryos Lots..............$ 40,020 $ 2,859 4 Semen Packages.............$ 10,575 $ 2,644 Sale Gross..................$1,253,595

Sunday, September 1, 2018 Cates Farms, Modoc, Indiana Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Managers: Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc Sears Marketing Services, LLC

A few passing showers could not dampen the enthusiasm in the large crowd at the Star Search event. The large number in attendance found another top quality set of cattle on offer that were among the best to be sold anywhere this sale season. The bidding was active in all categories. There were top individuals throughout the sale. Congratulations to everyone involved with the Cates operation for the presentation of another great one. $115,000 - Lot 1A - Open Heifer CF CSF Margie 820 HC H ET. A roan, polled, January 21, 2018 daughter of

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Hot Commodity and out of CF Margie 119 SOL X ET. Many in attendance felt this may be the top heifer ever offered at this sale. A Hot Commodity and out of the great Modoc Margie line, this one has all the makings of a great one. Purchased by Cornerstone Farms, Winchester, Ind. $50,000 - Lot 15 - Open Heifer - CF CSF Cumberland 880 HC H ET. A RWM, polled, March 25, 2018 daughter of Hot Commodity and out of CF Cumberland 22 SOL X ET. Again this year, the Cumberland line was a leader in this sale. They have been a staple in this program for many sales and continue to be among the best. This fancy youngster will be a contender. Purchased by Jacob Nikkel of McPherson, Kan. $42,000 - Lot 31A - Open Heifer - CF Rosemary 82 RH H ET. A red, polled, January 2, 2018 daughter of SULL Red Knight 2030 ET and out of SULL Red Rosemary -1 ET CL. The Red Knight X Red Rosemary progeny are in demand wherever they are offered. This one has the making of one of the best in this line. She is a keeper. Purchased by Hanson Heights, Melinda Taylor, Connersville, Ind. $35,000 - Lot 7B - Open Heifer - CF V8 Mona Lisa 845 SOL H ET. A roan, horned, February 16, 2018 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of SULL Mona Lisa Reward. The Solution progeny remain in high demand and this top heifer being out of a Red Reward

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daughter makes her even more desirable. Couple that with her dimension and design and you have a great one. Purchased by the Rick Lawrence Family of Wilkinson, Ind. $30,000 - Lot 1C - Open Heifer CF CSF Margie 830 AV H ET. A roan, polled, February 02, 2018 daughter of Little Cedar Aviator 503X and out of CF Margie 119 SOL ET. A half sister to the top selling heifer, this one appears to be on that same level. This one has the front end and correctness to be a winner. Purchased by AJ Cattle Co of Lafayette, Ind. $30,000 - Lot 4 - Open Heifer - CF S/F Margie 860 AV H ET. A RWM, polled, February 24, 2018 daughter of Little Cedar Aviator 503X and out of CF HHF Margie 2106 HC X. This could be the sleeper show heifer from this sale. She really catches your eye with her style and balance. She will be fun to watch. Purchased by Cole Whisman of Illinois City, Ill. $30,000 - Lot 24C - Open Heifer CF CSF Dream Lady 8120 EV H ET. A RWM, polled, May 12, 2018 daughter of CSF Evolution HC and out of CYT Dream Lady Swag ET. A really young heifer in this sale but she is really good. From the great Dream Lady line, she will be a top show heifer and then a top donor when she is done. Purchased by the Neil Smith Family of Pendleton, Ind. =


Shadybrook Farms ‘Decades of Excellence’ Sale Summary

1 Cow/Calf Pair................$ 24,500 $ 24,500 8 Open Heifers.................$ 77,650 $ 9,706 18 Bred Females...............$ 109,500 $ 6,083 15 Bred Heifers.................$ 80,500 $ 5,367 1 Donor Flush..................$ 9,000 $ 9,000 43 Breeding Lots............$ 301,150 $ 7,004 5 Semen Pkgs....................$ 6,800 $ 1,360 Sale Gross..................$307,950

Saturday, September 8, 2018 Shadybrook Farm, West Brome, Quebec, Can. Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Manager: Sears Marketing Services, LLC

An excellent crowd gathered on a gorgeous weekend at Shadybrook Farm for this year’s Decade of Excellence Sale. Potential buyers walked the display pens on the afternoon prior to the sale and filled the sale ring on sale day. A truly top quality offering was presented with leading individuals in all categories. The bidding was very active during the snappy auction from those in the seats as well as those on the phones and on the internet. As always, the hospitality at this event was excellent. Congratulations to all involved with the presentation of a top event. $24,500 - Lot 1 - Pair - SBF Perfect 5A ET. A red, polled, 2013 daughter of Waukaru Patent 8161 ET and out of SBF Perfect Rodeo 14X ET. At her side was a roan, polled, January 17, 2018 daughter of Hill Haven Firestorm 28C X. What a way to start the sale. A great cow from the famed Picture Perfect line selling bred to Hill Haven Firestorm with a just outstanding young heifer calf at side. These two were favorites of all at the sale. They will be future greats in the breed. The cow was purchased by Rick Hogue of Newcomerstown, Ohio and the calf by WHR Shorthorns of Van Alstyne, Texas. $20,000 - Lot 25B - Open Heifer. Shaybrook Perfect Millie 19F ET. A

roan, polled, January 20, 2018 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity ET and out of SBF Perfect Millie 19A ET. Another top heifer from the Picture Perfect line that is bred in the purple. Her dam is a daughter of a past Canadian National Champion Female and this one could do the same. Purchased by Poplar Lane Farm of Caledon, Ont., Can. $10,000 - Lot 16 - Bred Cow - CF Margie 332 SOL X ET. A roan, polled, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF Modoc Margie 523 TPX ET selling bred to CF V8 Marksman for an April 2019 calf. This was a great opportunity to own a direct daughter of the great producer, Modoc Margie. This is an outstanding cow that has many years of top production ahead of her. She is bred to a great young sire, Marksman. Purchased by Will Briscoe of Renfrew, Ont., Can. $10,000 - Lot 33 - Bred Heifer Shadybrook All Perfect 5E. A roan, polled, January 2017 daughter of Sprys All Gold D052 and out of Shadybrook Perfect 93B selling bred to Leveldale Boardwalk 430C for a January 2019 calf. This was one of the top bred heifers that carries the Australian influence in her pedigree. She will be a great producer of the right kind of Shorthorns. Purchased by Martin Moore, Woodstock Bower Farm, United Kingdom. $9,500 - Lot 28 - Open Heifer Shadybrook Reflection 22F. A red, polled, January 25, 2018 daughter of Shadybrook Hot Shot 88A and out of WHR Reflection 1102 ET. This stylish youngster was one of the best in a group of outstanding open heifers to sell in this sale. She will make a top show heifer and then be at the top of the producers in her new herd. Purchased by Hill Haven Shorthorns of Stayner, Ont., Can. =

2019 NWSS Hotel Info DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver 3203 Quebec St, Denver, CO 80207 Phone: 303-321-3333 Cutoff Date: 12/17/2018 Ask for the American Shorthorn Block

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Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 Harrah’s Hotel & Casino, Kansas City, MO

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ASA Annual Meeting Forum & Awards Banquet


= Show Schedule Fair Location Show Date Time Judge Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA National Open Shorthorn Show 10/6 8 a.m. Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA National Open ShorthornPlus Show 10/6 following Tulsa State Fair Tulsa, OK Junior Heifer Show 10/6 8 a.m. Georgia National Fair Perry, GA Junior Heifer Show 10/7 8 a.m. Joel Judge Keystone International (KILE) Harrisburg, PA Junior Breeding Heifer Show 10/7 8 a.m. State Fair of Texas Dallas, TX Open Shorthorn Show 10/19 8 a.m. Arkansas State Fair Little Rock, AR Jr. Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Show 10/13 1 p.m. Arkansas State Fair Little Rock, AR Open Show 10/14 1 p.m. State Fair of Texas Dallas, TX Youth Shorthorn Show 10/21 8 a.m. South Carolina State Fair Columbia, SC Open Shorthorn Show 10/19 Noon Eddie Holland South Carolina State Fair Columbia, SC Junior Shorthorn Show 10/20 11 a.m. Mike McGuire American Royal Kansas City, MO Junior Shorthorn Show 10/25 12 p.m. Brent Murphy American Royal Kansas City, MO National Shorthorn Show 10/25 following Mark Johnson North Florida Fair Tallahassee, FL Junior Steer Show 11/17 7 p.m. North Florida Fair Tallahassee, FL Junior Heifer Show 11/18 1 p.m. NAILE Louisville, KY Junior ShorthornPlus Show 11/10 TBD NAILE Louisville, KY Junior Shorthorn Show 11/11 TBD NAILE Louisville, KY National Open ShorthornPlus Show 11/12 TBD NAILE Louisville, KY National Open Shorthorn Show 11/12 following 2019 NWSS Denver, CO Pen Show 1/19 9 a.m. NWSS Denver, CO Jr. Shorthorn & Plus Heifer Show, 1/20 11 a.m. Open ShorthornPlus Female & Bull Show NWSS Denver, CO National Shorthorn Female Show, 1/21 1 p.m. National Shorthorn Bull Show Fort Worth Stock Show Fort Worth, Texas Junior Shorthorn Show 1/26/19 8:00 a.m. Matt Leo Fort Worth Stock Show Fort Worth, Texas National Open Shorthorn Show 2/3/19 TBD Dixie National Livestock Show Jackson, MS Open Show - Regional 2/9/19 TBD Houston International Livestock Show Houston, TX Junior Breeding Beef 3/6-3/9/19 TBD National Junior Shorthorn Show Lebanon, TN 6/17-6/22

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= Ad Index AAA Shorthorns....................................66 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc...........73 AJ Cattle Co.........................................66 Bakenhus Cattle Co................................5 Bartels Bros...........................................66 Bayer Animal Health.............................17 Bennett Land & Cattle..........................66 Berg Shorthorns....................................66 Bigelow Farms.......................................66 Bowman Superior Genetics.............6-7,66 Bridle Path Ranch.................................66 Brooks, Bruce........................................71 Byland Polled Shorthorns......................66 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC..................71 Cairns Shorthorns.................................66 Canadian Western Agribition Show.......74 Cates Farms.................................10-11,66 Cattle Visions........................................71 Cornerstone Farms................................66 Country K Shorthorn............................66 Crawfdown Farms.................................66 Dedmon Shorthorns.............................66 DJS Shorthorns.....................................66 Double C Shorthorns............................66 DTR Cattle Co.....................................66 Duis Farms............................................67 Fickbohm Farms...................................67 Fischer Cattle Company........................67 Fort Worth Stock Show.........................70

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Four State Shorthorn Sale......................22 Greenhorn Cattle Co., LLC...........IFC,67 Haumont Shorthorns............................67 Homeplace Farms..................................67 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.........................67 Humble Stock Farm..............................67 Illinois Breeders Unitd For Impact...20-21 Inness Shorthorns..................................67 Iroquoian Shorthorns............................67 James F. Bessler, Inc...............................71 Jester Farms...........................................67 Jungels Shorthorn Farm..................... IBC Kevin Wendt.........................................71 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm...................67 Keystone Autum Klassic..........................9 Keystone Shorthorns.............................67 KSS Keystone Shorthorns......................67 KW Cattle Co.......................................67 Laban’s Roanoke Farm...........................67 Leveldale Farms.....................................67 Little Cedar Cattle Co...........................67 LongRange.......................................63,65 Manitoba Shorthorn Association...........72 Masonic Village Farm.......................13,68 McKee Family Shorthorns.....................68 Meyer Family Shorthorns......................68 Meyer Farms.........................................68 National Western Stock Show...............71 Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust.....68

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Norman Farms......................................68 Oler Farm.............................................68 Phildon Farms.......................................68 Prospect Hill Shorthorns.......................68 Richardson Farms Shorthorns...............68 Robjoy Shorthorns................................68 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle......................68 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.....................68 Schrag Shorthorn Farms.....................3,68 Sears Marketing Services, LLC..............71 SharBen Shorthorns..............................68 Shorthorn 500.......................................15 Simon Farms.........................................68 Singing H Shorthorns...........................68 Smoky Mountain Farm.........................68 Stangl Shorthorns..................................69 Stone Springs Shorthorns......................69 Strode Family Shorhtorns......................69 Sullivan Farms.................................69,BC Sullivan Supply.....................................71 Sutherland Shorthorns..........................69 Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns....................69 Top Notch Stock Farm..........................69 Turner Family Shorthorns.....................69 Tynywtra’s.............................................69 Warner Ranch.......................................69 Waukaru Shorthorns.............................69 Wilson Livestock Agency.......................71


= Sales Calendar Oct. 2 - Moore Shorthorns “Spring Born Online Sale”, Jerseyville, Ill. on cwcattlesales.com Oct. 2 - Hale Farms All Breed Show Heifer Online Sale. Charlotte, Mich. on cwcattlesales.com Oct. 3 - Shoufler Brothers Show Heifer Online Sale1, Fortville, Ind. on cwcattlesales.com Oct. 3 - Baylor Cowden Show Cattle/ Hornhead Valley Farm Online Sale, Hickory, Pa., on showcircuit.com Oct. 4 - Meyer Farms Show Heifer Online Sale, Rushville, Ind. on cwcattlesales.com Oct. 5-7 - Hahn Family Shorthorns, 10th Annual Practical & Profitable Bred & Open Female Private Treaty Sale, Minonk, Ill. Oct. 6 - Greenhorn Cattle Co., “Where Great Females Make A Difference” Production Sale, Waynesville, Ohio. Oct. 7 - DuLyn Farm Shorthorn “Share the Vision” Production Sale, Berlin, Ohio. Oct. 9 - Mitchell Family Shorthorns, Online Sale, Waverly, Iowa. on cwcatttlesales Oct.10 - Highland Farms Show Steer and Show Heifer Online Sale, Pittsfield, Ill. cwcattlesales.com Oct. 13 - Schrag 605, “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, SD. Oct. 13 - Studer Family Shorthorns “Family Legacies” Production Sale, Creston, Iowa. Oct. 14 - Sullivan Farms “Maternal Legends” Production Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 20 - 38th Keystone Autumn Klassic, Waynesburg, Pa. Oct. 20 - Double J and Crow Creek “Shorthorn 500” Sale, Marietta, Okla. Oct. 22-23 - Illinois Shorthorn Breeders Assc. Online Sale. Evanston, Ill., on cwcattlesales Oct. 27 - Jungels Shorthorn Farms “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, ND.

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Oct. 30 - Shoufler Brothers Show Heifer Online Sale II, Fortville, Ind. on cwcattlesales.com Nov. 3 - Leveldale Farms “Ladies of Leveldale Investment Sale”, Mason City, Ill. Nov. 3 - “Breeders Alliance” Sale. Hosted by Norman/Ripberger. Newman, Ill. Nov. 9 - The Autumn Classic Show & Sale, Turlock, Calf. on amsonlinesales.com Nov. 10 - 4 State Shorthorn Sale, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 11 - Greenhorn Cattle Co “Where Future Generations Are Created” Sale, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 15 - Schroeder Family Shorthorns, Columbus, NE and Spartan Valley Shorthorns, Rogersville, MO, “Genetics With Passion” Online sale hosted by amsonlinesales.com Nov. 17 - Gana Farms Production Sale, Martell, Neb. Nov. 17 - Bollum Family Red, White & Roan Online Sale. Nov. 18 - Bakenhus Cattle Co. Complete Herd Dispersion, Columbus, Neb. Nov. 24 - Bowman Superior Genetics, “Form to Function” Production Sale, Greens Fork, Ind. Nov. 25 - Alden Farms “Drought Reduction Online Sale”, Hamilton, Mo. on amsonlinesales.com Nov. 25 - Farrer’s Stock Farm Female Sale, Royal Center, Ind. Dec. 8 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. Dec. 11 - Wasinger Cattle Company Bulls & Babies Online Sale, Winebago, Minn. cwcattlesales.com Dec. 11 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND amsonlinesales. com Dec. 13 - Bar N Shorthorns Online Sale, Bellview, Minn., on amsonlinesales.com =

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Issue November

Sale Management • Online Sales • Private Treaty Sales

Oct. 6 - Greenhorn Cattle Co, “Where Great Females Make A Difference” Production Sale, Waynesville, Ohio. Oct. 7 - DuLyn Farm Shorthorn Production Sale, Berlin, Ohio. Oct. 13 - Schrag 605, “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, SD. Oct. 13 - Studer Family Shorthorns “Family Legacies” Production Sale, Creston, Iowa. Oct. 14 - Sullivan Farms “Maternal Legends” Production Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 20 - Double J and Crow Creek “Shorthorn 500” Sale, Marietta, Okla. Oct. 27 - Jungels Shorthorn Farms “Durham Nation” Production Sale, Kathryn, ND. Nov. 3 - Leveldale Farms “Ladies of Leveldale Investment Sale”, Mason City, Ill. Nov. 9 - The Autumn Classic Show & Sale, Turlock, CA on amsonlinesales.com Nov. 11 - Greenhorn Cattle Co “Where Future Generations Are Created” Sale, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 15 - Schroeder Family Shorthorns, Columbus. NE and Spartan Valley Shorthorns, Rogersville, MO, “Genetics With Passion” Online sale hosted by amsonlinesales.com Nov. 17 - Gana Farms Production Sale, Martell, Neb. Nov. 18 - Bakenhus Cattle Co. Complete Herd Dispersion, Columbus, Neb. Nov. 24 - Bowman Superior Genetics, “Form to Function” Production Sale, Greens Fork, Ind. Nov. 25 - Alden Farms “Drought Reduction Online Sale”, Hamilton, MO on amsonlinesales.com Dec. 8 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. Dec. 11 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND on amsonlinesales.com Dec. 13 - Bar N Shorthorns Online Sale, Bellview, MN on amsonlinesales.com

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