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The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.


Stangl Shorthorns Osterday Family Java, SD 605-281-1175 www.stanglshorthorns.com

Greg Crawford

Ryan Galbreath

Derek & Brock Jungels

Roca, NE 402-560-1205

Enderlin, ND 701-799-4568 showpigs@mlgc.com

Kathryn, ND 701-238-4362 • 701-796-8434

www.showsteers.com/CrawfordFamilyShorthorns

www.jungelsshorthornfarm.com Find us on Facebook!


m a e r D e h t Livin’

Featuring the breeds best: Dream Lady’s, Augusta Prides and Revivals

The Family Event Sale November 3, 2 0 1 3 • Ma r i o n , S o u t h Da k o t a Watch for SS RF Gravity ET. A very special herd sire prospect sired by Studers Pretender out of a top Augusta Pride donor. Maternal power!

SS Dream Lady 161 Featuring four full sib show prospects to this popular champion! As well as full sib sexed heifer embryos.

SS Dream Lady 554 ET Offering an outstanding set of ET heifers sired by HD Swagger and SULL Stockman.

SS Man Up 202

Selling a full brother and two full sisters to this top selling bull.

with guest consignments from Cory, Melissa, Samantha and Jaxon Schrag 27664 444th Ave. • Marion, South Dakota 57043 605-925-4804 • 605-941-5241 • schrag@svtv.com www.schragshorthorns.com

Show Heifer Prospects • Herd Bull Prospects • Bred Females • Embryos • Flushes • Semen


Shorthorn Country october 20 13 iss ue 9 • volume 40

=Sale Reports Cates Star Search Sale ...........................................................................71 Jordan Acres 70th Anniversary Sale.......................................................72

=Show Report West Viriginia State Fair PACE Show ...................................................14 Missouri State Fair PACE Show............................................................18 Wyoming State Fair PACE Show ..........................................................60 Kentucky State Fair PACE Show ..........................................................62 Indiana State Fair PACE Show..............................................................67 Oregon State Fair PACE Show .............................................................68

=Departments Shorthorn Update ........................................................................6 Assocition Outlook ....................................................................10 Pasture to Primerib ....................................................................22 Junior Corner ............................................................................30 News & Notes ............................................................................64 Show Schedule............................................................................87 Sales Calendar ............................................................................89 Ad Index ....................................................................................90

SHORTHORN COUNTRY 8288 Hascall Street • Omaha, Nebraska 68124 402-393-7051 • FAX: 402-393-7080 • www.shorthorncountry.net

Don Cagwin, publisher Tracy Duncan, managing editor/art director cell - 402-212-2594 = tracy@shorthorncountry.org Jennie Johnson, graphic artist = jennie@shorthorncountry.org Amanda Cagwin, accountant = amandacagwin@yahoo.com =Advertising Representative Cindy Cagwin-Johnston – 217-452-3051 cagwincattle@casscomm.com Darryl Rahn – 217-473-1124 drahn@casscomm.com

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The October cover was taken at Leveldale Farms, Illinois and designed by the Shorthorn Country staff.

=Advisory Board 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, 8288 Hascall St., Omaha, NE 68124. 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 toother foreign countries. Periodicals postage paid at Omaha Post Office, 1124 Pacific, Omaha, NE. POSTMASTER: send address changes to SHORTHORN COUNTRY, 8288 Hascall St., Omaha, NE 68124.


S h a dy b r o o k “The Power of Excellence” On-Line Sale

9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. EST • Thursday, November 7, 2013 Bidding held at www.cattleinmotion.com Offering Our Top Cut - 2013 Show Heifer Calves • 2013 Herd Sire Prospects 2013 Bred Heifers • Select Flushes & Embryo Packages

Check out www.shadybrook.ca as from October 15th for sale details and video.

SBF Simantha 23A *x4200758 Calved: January 26, 2013 Sire: SBF-WHR Jackson 32Y Dam: SBF Simantha 28X ET

SBF Countess 69A ET *x4200759 Calved: March 23, 2013 Sire: DF Pure Gold 3N Dam: Shadybrook Countess 36S

Production Sale, Saturday, September 6, 2014 Laurence Pathy Lloyd Wright, Manager • Kevin Dempsey, Herdsman 19 Soles Road • West Brome, Quebec, Canada J0E 2P0 450-263-7137 • fax: 450-263-8621 email: shadybrook@iteract.ca • www.shadybrook.ca

Sale Management by: Sears Marketing Services, 970-396-7521 • alan.sears@aksears.com shorthorn country = october 2013

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=Shorthorn Update ASA Dates of Note Nov 20

October Oct 1

Entry Deadline: NAILE Steer Futurity/Breeder's Cup Entry Deadline: NAILE Major & Junior PACE S how KILE Major PACE Show, Harrisburg, PA American Royal Major PACE Show, Kansas City, MO

Oct 1

Oct 5 Oct 31

November Nov 1 Nov 1 Nov 15 Nov 16-18

All performance & carcass data due Submissions for ASA Board Candidates Due Entry Deadline: Fort Worth Stock Show NAILE, Louisville, KY

Nov 20 Nov 28-29 December Dec 24 & 25 Dec 31 January Jan 1 Jan 18 Jan 19 Jan 20

Ownership Deadline: National Western Junior Show Entry Deadline: National Western Stock Show ASA office closed for Thanksgiving ASA office closed for Christmas ASA office closed for New Year ASA Office colsed for New Year NWSS Pen Show NWSS Junior PACE & Major PACE Bull Show NWSS Major PACE Female Show

NAILE Shorthorn Steer Futurity Goes Non-Terminal Shorthorn steers will be ultrasound scanned for carcass traits rather than harvested following the show. As a result, Shorthorn steers can also enter in the Junior Steer Show and exhibit twice. Steers must adhere to Junior Steer Show rules and go through a separate check-in process. We hope this change will encourage exhibitors to bring their Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus steers to Louisville. For questions, contact Patrick Wall at 402-393-7200. Nomination forms due October 1.

New Policy at ASA Effective July 1, 2013: All activities must be paid for at time of request. Work will not be released until payment is made in full. It is recommended that a credit card number is left on file at the ASA or send a credit card number with each processing order to quicken request. Online activities can use PayPal or leave a credit card number on file with ASA. A receipt will be emailed or mailed each time the card is charged. For any questions, please contact the office at 402-393-7200.

Fee Change for Duplicate Request Effective July 1, 2013: $10.00 each up to five duplicates requested. Any additional duplicates requested over five, are $7.00 each as long as requested at the same time.

Transfer Fee for Non-Members Effective July 1, 2013: The fee for a non-member animal transfer over 90 days at $122.00 is no longer in effect. Non-members will be charged $62.00 per transfer after 60 days or more. The 90 day transfer charge is still in effect for WHR and TOC members.

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2013 PACE Show Schedule Major PACE Shows - American Royal - California State Fair - Keystone International Livestock Expo - National Western Stock Show - North American International Livestock Expo - Southwestern Livestock Expo

Junior Major PACE Shows - National Junior Shorthorn Show - Keystone International - National Western Stock Show - North American International - California State Fair - Junior Pacific International Check shorthorn.org for dates.

Denver Hotel Information: Hotel Information for National Show & Annual Meeting DoubleTree by Hilton Denver 3203 Quebec Street Denver, CO 80207 Phone: 800-222-8733 or 303-321-3333 Block Name: American Shorthorn Association or if booking online on DoubleTree website, use group code ASH.

2013 International Year Code: A

NEW Registration Hours Monday 8:00 to 3:30 Thursday 8:00 to 3:30 Tuesday 8:00 to 3:30 Friday 8:00 to 3:30 Wednesday 8:00 to 1:30 Saturday 9:00 to 1:30 Central Standard Time Zone

Office hours remain the same. Seeking ASA Board Candidates Interested in becoming a part of the ASA Board of Directors? Please submit your intent to run along with a write up of yourself and photo to the ASA by November 1, 2013. All candidates will have their write up and photo published in the December issue of the Shorthorn Country. Election will take place at the annual meeting in Denver.


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=Association Outlook

A Cooperative Team Effort ASA committees can have. Committee he ASA board members and staff conference calls allow real time discuscompleted a three-day board sions that have proven to be greatly sucmeeting in Omaha Monday cessful. I feel it imperative to keep these September 9. Your board of directors actions in place and working in harmoshould be commended for the extra ny in the future. The board/staff/comtime, expense and effort put forth for mittee cooperation has become a Big your association in the past and this last Team Effort, leading to more involveweekend. I would like to personally ment from membership and giving thank them for their time and commitmembership a bigger say in the actions ment that made our most recent meetof our association. On this subject of ing a success; we covered many issues cooperation, the and topics in depth. I also want “The board/staff/committee cooperation board and I feel we provide to thank the entire has become a Big Team Effort, leading should ASA staff for their to more involvement from membership more transparency by sharing reports dedication and involvement pro- and giving membership a bigger say in from board meetings in the viding detailed the actions of our association.” Shorthorn Country information and in the future. This is just one more way presentations to the board for their conto achieve better communications with sideration and discussion. It was a you, our membership and all Shorthorn tremendous team effort from the staff. I breeders. would also like to recognize your breed I personally want to thank the breedcommittees who met through conferers and membership for their underence calls to provide additional detailed standing and for working with us here information giving the board direction. in the office in Omaha concerning the These committees are very important to policy of payment before work is the board when making decisions that released. Many of you have credit cards affect the breed. We all should rememon file, which expedites transfers, regisber the importance and the impact our

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8288 Hascall St. • Omaha, Nebraska 68124 877-272-0686 • FAX: 402-393-7203 Montie Soules, asa executive secretary/CEO montie@shorthorn.org Patrick Wall, director of genetic improvement & eastern regional director cell: 402-658-4258 • patrick@shorthorn.org Jacob Alden, field services representative cell: 402-660-9048 • jake@shorthorn.org Gwen Crawford, director of registrations & junior activities gwen@shorthorn.org Heather Histand, registrations, registrations@shorthorn.org Audrey Hambright, communications coordinator audrey@shorthorn.org Andrew Kind, accounting/registrations • andrew@shorthorn.org LeAnna Mann, receptionist • receptionist@shorthorn.org Shirley Miller, proofreader • shirley@shorthorn.org

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ASA Board of Directors Les Mathers, president, 309-678-4230 Mike Bennett, vice president, 559-534-2396 Ricky Guidrey, executive director 337-598-3258 Marty Loving, 620-786-2018 Mark Gordon, 217-737-7905 Lynn Nelson, 507-826-3184 Billy Zack Taylor, 270-988-4123 Ed Kruse, 719-252-1084 James Freed, 405-370-1482 American Polled Shorthorn Society Tim Loudon, president Cindy Cagwin-Johnston, secretary Shorthorn Foundation Bill Rasor, president American Junior Shorthorn Association Ashley Vogel, president National Shorthorn Lassies Faye Korthaus, president Affiliated with National Cattlemen's Beef Association • US Beef Breeds Council • Beef Improvement Federation • World Shorthorn Council • National Pedigree Livestock Council

Montie asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

tration and other work you may request; this is the quickest and best solution for us in the office. It has made a huge difference in our receivables and our ability to have the funds to provide more services for you in the future. At this time we are on a three-day turnaround for work requested provided there are no issues or problems requiring extra information for completion. I must remind you our policy is a two-week turn around, but I hope we can maintain this shorter time frame in the future. Be aware, the turnaround time is faster if you use the online system for your activities. It really does provide almost instant information. If you need assistance in signing up or help “Be aware, the using the online turnaround time system, please call is faster if you the office for assis- use the online tance. There are always issues with system for your the system from a activities.” programming standpoint; it is an ongoing effort to have upgrades done when not cost-prohibitive. This will enable you to complete more online activities efficiently. It is our goal to provide you friendly and efficient service. Issues may arise that take additional time and research but, we will do our best to get your work done and back to you as soon as possible, if we get payment. I cannot guarantee that every need can be met in a split second because we have rules and remember, they are your rules, too. The staff at ASA in Omaha is working on better communication with you and we understand the most important part You Are Our Customer! =

NEW Registration Hours Monday 8:00 to 3:30 Tuesday 8:00 to 3:30 Wednesday 8:00 to 1:30

Thursday 8:00 to 3:30 Friday 8:00 to 3:30 Saturday 9:00 to 1:30

Central Standard Time Zone

Office hours remain the same.


GREENHORN LLC

Dave & Josh Greenhorn 3450 Middle Run Road Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Dave: 937-470-6552 Josh: 937-681-1948 Consultant: Col. A.E. Greenhorn Herdsman: Kolten Greenhorn

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Great Kids!

MODOC, INDIANA

POLLED SHORTHORNS 12

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R.R. 1, Box 358 Modoc, Indiana 47358 Brian/FAX: 765-853-5255 cell: 765-969-0373 Randy: 765-853-5819 Tyler: 765-576-0035 Herdsman: Jae Van Horn: 317.412.3298 Cortney: 410.707.0267 Oakley Swiecichowski www.catesfarms.com


Great People!

Great Day! Thanks!

Thank You for making Cates Farms Star Search Sale another success.

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=Show Reports West Virgina State Fair Major PACE Show 58 head - Judge: Jeff Bedwell, Isabella, Okla. by Patrick Wall Grand and Intermediate Champion Bull was MFK Injun Jo 132K X, shown by, Wesley Korthaus, Smithfield, Ky.

MF Seductive Rose 70 ET, shown by Jamie Limes, Rising Sun, Ohio, was named the Grand and Senior Champion Female.

Wesley Korthaus, Smithfield,Ky., exhibited the Reserve Grand and Senior Champion Bull, MFK Professional X.

The Reserve Grand and Reserve Senior Champion, GCC Lucky Sunshine 153, shown byLauren Corry, Xenia, Ohio

A nice turnout of cattle and Shorthorn enthusiasts from across the East visited the West Virginia State Fair on August 27th. Long-time Oklahoma Shorthorn breeder Jeff Bedwell sorted the Rotational PACE Show, which exhibited 58 head of Shorthorn bulls and females. Grand and Intermediate Champion Bull was awarded to MFK Injun Jo 132K X, owned by Wesley Korthaus of Smithfield, Ky. The July 2012 bull is the son of SULL Final Answer 824. Reserve Grand and Senior Champion went to MFK Profesional X, also owned by Wesley Korthaus. The September 2011 bull calf is sired by Abertees The Professional. Grand and Senior Champion Female distinction went to MF Seductive Rose 70 ET, owned by Jamie Limes of Rising Sun, Ohio. The January 2012 female is out of SULL GNCC Eldorado. Reserve Grand and Reserve Senior Champion distinction went to GCC Lucky Sunshine 153, owned by Lauren Corry of Xenia, OH. The September 2011 female was also sired by SULL

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GNCC Eldorado. Other champions include: Junior Bull Calf Champion – Childs Magic Mike, owned by Richard Childs, Summit Point, W. Virg. Reserve Junior Bull Calf Champion – Key Ridge Duration, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns, Belmont, Ohio. Senior Bull Calf Champion – MFK Cochise 322K X, owned by Wesley Korthaus. Reserve Bull Calf Champion – CSG Armed and Dangerous, owned by Rachel Clark, Mercersburg, Penn. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull – Little Cedar Verlander, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns. Junior Champion Bull – Byland Rifleman 2G34, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns. Reserve Junior Champion Bull – Maplestone Ovation, owned by Bradley Eisiminger, Waynesburg, Penn. Junior Champion Female – CF HHF Margie 1105 HC X, owned by Bill Bates, Chandlersville, Ohio. Reserve Junior Champion Female – Childs Swag, owned by Richard

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Childs. Intermediate Champion Heifer –Woodside Lucky Charm ET, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Reserve Intermediate Champion Heifer – Woodside Precious Calico, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – MFK Daphney 332K X, owned by Maurice Korthaus, Smithfield, Kent. Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion – MFK Sister Sara 262K, owned by Maurice Korthaus. Junior Heifer Calf Champion – Woodside Banner Dream, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion – Key Ridge Cumberland 375, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns. Class placings include: Late Spring Heifer Calves (2 shown): 1) MSS Emma 313, owned by Devon Dransfield, Union, WV; 2) MSS Breezy 273, owned by Devon Dransfield. Early Spring Heifer Calves (5 shown): 1) CRA Sarah Jazz Jazz, owned by Garrett W. Vaughn, White Sulphur Springs, WV.; 2) CRA Margie Bonanza, owned by Charles Arbaugh,


Alderson, WV; 3) Janet Lynn’s Cindy Z315 ET, owned by Janet Lynn’s Shorthorns, Lewisburg, WV. Junior Heifer Calves (6 shown): 1) Woodside Banner Dream, owned by Bradley Eisiminger; 2) Key Ridge Cumberland 375, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns; 3) Woodside Jolen Augusta M, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Winter Heifer Calves (4 shown): 1) MFK Daphney 332K X, owned by Maurice Korthaus; 2) MFK Fantasia, owned by Maurice Korthaus; 3) Woodside Royal Rosewood, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Senior Heifer Calves (2 shown): 1) MFK Sister Sara 262K, owned by Maurice Korthaus; 2) CRA Victoria Signature, owned by Patrick Phillips, Alderson, WV. Late Spring Yearling Females (3 shown): 1)Woodside Lucky Charm ET, owned by Bradley Eisiminger; 2) Woodside Precious Calico, owned by Bradley Eisiminger; 3) MFK Kentucky Rose 112K X, owned by Maurice Korthaus. Early Spring Yearling Females (4 shown): 1) CF HHF Margie 1105 HC X, owned by Bill Bates; 2) GCC Primabella 42 ET, owned by Rachel Clark; 3) LMP Smurfette 319Z, owned by Breanne Workman, Belmont, Ohio. Early Spring Yearling Females (4 shown): 1) Childs Swag, owned by Richard Childs; 2) MF Cumberland 71 ET, owned by Rachel Clark; 3) D&D Lucky Sunshine, owned by Rachel Clark. Junior Yearling Females (8 shown): 1) MF Seductive Rose 70 ET, owned by Jamie Limes.; 2) FCC Abbie Augusta, owned by Richard Childs; 3) SBF Pure Maiden 15Z ET, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Senior Yearling Females (3 shown): 1) GCC Lucky Sunshine 153, owned by Lauren Corry; 2) MFK Ruby Red Raven X, owned by Maurice Korthaus; 3) MH Carmele 1123 Sol ET, owned by Rachel Clark. Pair of Females (6 shown): 1) Mauric Korthaus; 2) Bradley Eisiminger; 3) Bradley Eisiminger. Early Spring Bull Calves (6 shown): 1) Key Ridge Duration, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns; 2) CRA Jazz’s Hope, owned by Charles Arbaugh; 3) CRA Jazz Flash, owned by Chavis Vaughn, White Sulphur Springs, WV. Junior Bull Calves (3 shown): 1) Childs Magic Mike, owned by Richard Childs; 2) CRA Major Buster, owned by Charles Arbaugh; 3) Woodside Rory Joe, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Winter Bull Calves (2 shown): 1) MFK Cochise 322K X, owned by Wesley Korthaus; 2) CSG Armed and Dangerous, owned by Rachel Clark. Summer Yearling Bull (1 shown): 1)

MFK Injun Jo 132K X, owned by Wesley Korthaus. Late Spring Yearling Bull (1 shown): 1) Little Cedar Verlander, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns. Early Spring Yearling Bull (1 shown): 1) Byland Rifleman 2G34, owned by Key Ridge Shorthorns. Junior Yearling Bull (1 shown): 1) Maplestone Ovation 7Z, owned by Bradley Eisiminger. Senior Yearling Bull (1 shown): 1) MFK Professional X, owned by Wesley

Korthaus. Pair of Bulls (3 shown): 1) Wesley Korthaus; 2) Charles Arbaugh; 3) Devon Dransfield. Super Cow (2 shown): 1) Maurice Korthaus; 2)Rachel Clark. Get of Sire (3 shown): 1) Bradley Eisiminger; 2) Devon Dransfield; 3) Chavis Vaughn. Best Six Head (4 shown): 1) Maurice Korthaus; 2) Key Ridge Shorthorns; 3) Bradley Eisiminger. =

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ots Selling 60 aLQuality Selection of: • Young Herd Sires • Spring Cow/Calf Pairs • Fall Cow/Calf Pairs • Bred Cows & Heifers • Show Heifer Calves • Show Steer Calves • ET Flush & Rare Semen

Herd Sires:

CCF Navaho Rock C37Y *

JJ Awesome *x

JJ Pontoon *x

2013 All-American Senior Bull Calf HonoreeThis October 2011 herd sire is sired by K-Kim MP Castlerock 347M ET *x. A sale feature in the 2013 Shorthorn 500 Sale.

Birth Weight 80 lbs. Sired by our own SULL Roan Solution 8384 *x ‘Blaze’. This is a powerfully deep, stout feature September Herd Sire in the Making. He Sells October 26!

Birth Weight 80 lbs. Sire by our own JJ Sunrise *x and ag grandson of our donor, Huberdale AE Melody Lady 77P. This is a powerfully complete September calf that will compete with the best. He Sells on October 26!

Breed Leading Females:

ROVS Alexus W280

Tynytra’s Cavene 19 *x BFS Augusta Pride *x

Hands to Work, Hearts to God.

Jerrell & Steven Crow 12901 NE Cache Rd • Lawton, Oklahoma 73507 Steven: 405.820.9725 • Jerrell: 580.585.2522 swcrowesq@aol.com jerrellcrow@crowcreekfarms.com

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J&M Shorthorns

LANE CATTLE

Ken & Leslie Judge 4104 W. 104th St. Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 405-372-1296 cell: 405-747-6250

Will, Tamara, Ryan & Lexi Lane 20307 East 440 Road Jay, Oklahoma 74346 cell: 918-253-7344

Scott, Judy, Adrianne & Claire Trennepohl 6591 W 625 N Middletown, Indiana 47356 Jeff: 765-620-0733 Scott: 765-620-1700 Chris: 360-201-3699 sttrennepohl@yahoo.com


Saturday, October 26, 2013 1:00 p.m. • Marietta, Oklahoma at the Brooks Cattle Company Sale Facility

“Building Breed Leading Genetics for your Success!”

Breed Leading Females:

DM Irma *ar

EC Fancy 058 *xar

CCF White Castle C05U *x

TSF234

TSF8234

BFCC Bentley 115A *ar

J&M Miss Fancy’s Ace *

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Double J Ranch Jeepetta Cattle Company Jim & Beverly Freed

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2763 County Street 2794 Chickasha, Oklahoma 73018 405-222-0399 • 405-222-9547 cell: 405-370-1482 doublejf@msn.com www.doublejshorthorns.com Justin Slone, Herdsman, 937-529-6948

JJ Amanda Gus *x

Brady

Family Shorthorns Todd, Amanda & Cale Brady 5601 Goad Road Marlow, Oklahoma 73055 580-658-3595

Sale Management by: Alan Sears office: 970-454-3986 cell: 970-396-7521 alan.sears@aksears.com

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=Show Reports Missouri State Fair Major PACE Show 84 head - Judge: Jared Boyert, Elwood, Ill by Jake Alden Grand and Junior Champion Bull was HC Marksman 25Z, shown by Hugh Moore, Jr., & Sons, Jerseyville, Ill.

3D Augusta Prise 3127A ET, shown by Sarah Moore, Jerseyville, Ill.,, was named the Grand and Senior Champion Female.

Hugh Moore, Jr., & Sons, Jerseyville, Ill., exhibited the Reserve Champion and Senior Bull Calf Champion, MM Corrupt 10312.

The Reserve Champion and Junior Heifer Calf Champion, AF Revival 1301, shown by Alden Farms, Hamilton, Mo.

The Missouri State Fair was the site for the Area 6 Rotational PACE Show on August 17, 2013. This year’s PACE show was dedicated to the Bertz Family longtime Shorthorn breeders from Mayview, Mo. Judge Jared Boyert, Elwood, Ill., evaluated a tremendous set of 56 females and 19 bulls. In addition 9 ShorthornPlus females were exhibited prior to the purebred show. The 2013 Area 6 Rotational PACE Show was dedicated to the Bertz Grand Champion and Junior Champion Bull went to HC Marksman 25Z. This outstanding March 19, 2012 son of HC Timeline 17T is owned by Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons, Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Champion and Senior Bull Calf Champion were awarded to MM Corrupt 10312. Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons also owned this November 1, 2012 son of Muridale Bonanza 103U. Grand Champion and Senior Champion Females honors went to 3D Augusta Pride 3127A ET an October 18, 2011 daughter of SULL GNCC Eldorado ET. This outstanding female was exhibited by Sarah Moore of Jerseyville, Ill. Selected Reserve Champion and

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Junior Heifer Calf Champion was AF Revival 1301. Alden Farms, Hamilton, Mo, exhibited this January 1, 2013, daughter of KF AF VG Wide Trac 552 ET. Champion ShorthornPlus Female went to AF Jazzy’s Blue Baby 1308, exhibited by Alden Farms. This January 20, 2013 heifer was sired by AF SL Full Tank. Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Female was awarded to RFC-KOLT Special Duff. Haley Alden, Hamilton, Mo., exhibited this February 1, 2012 female. Other Champions Include: Reserve Junior Champion Bull – V-10 owned by Jeepetta Cattle Company and Double J Ranch, Chickasha, Okla. Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion – GPN Captain 2N19, owned by Naylor’s Shorthorns, Buffalo, Mo. Junior Champion Bull Calf – SK Bayou 1301, owned by Stetson Klise, New London, Mo. Intermediate Champion Bull – MM Zeppelin 103 12, owned by Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons.

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Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull – CATS Sugarmans Dlight, owned by Circle S Farms, Lexington, Mo. Reserve Senior Champion Female – Waymar Killian Rose 220, owned by Sarah Moore. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion – CCS Sable 11A, owned by Jeepetta Cattle Company. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – DMW Dolly 2B09, owned by DavMar-Way Farms, Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion – CAV Cherry Jubile 6Z ET, owned by Trent Buswell, Linneus, Mo. Intermediate Champion Female – FR Augusta Pride 10Z ET, owned by Double J Ranch. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female – SULL Bo’s Best 2245, owned by Stetson Klise. Junior Champion Female – SULL Fancy Sable 2195 ET, owned by Luke Bolin, Harrison, Ark. Reserve Junior Champion Female – KEMP Adaline, owned by Trent Kempker, Jefferson City, Mo. Class Placings Include: continued on page 23


Dennis and Terri Jordan Sibley, Illinois 217-784-4854 • cell: 217-202-2865 jordan@prairieinet.net Jason, Tasha and Isabella Bunting: Cabrey, Illinois, 815-252-5520 Shorthorn and Amanda, Layne, Ty and Ely Harden: Polled Shorthorn Cattle Gibson City, Illinois, 815-383-3117 Ashleigh, David, Dakota and Dalton Hall: Perkins, Oklahoma, 217-841-8586

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e l a S s e i c a g e L Family

We are proud to be Selling Cattle in the

October 19, 2013 at the Nate Studer Farm, Creston, Iowa

DRM Sweet Beauty 901 MAV Bellringer X DRM Sweet Beauty. She SELLS October 19th.

Selling the rights to one Flush, with three units of DF Waco semen if the buyer wishes. These three heifer calves are out of Sweet Beauty.

Also Selling

Ace of Diamonds X DRM Sweet Beauty A September 2012 heifer shown by Courtney Swalve.

Ace of Diamonds X DRM Sweet Beauty A January 2013 heifer shown by my grandson Mason. 20

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A DF Waco heifer bred to MAV Bellringer. Along with more heifer calves. Be sure to check them out.

Tom & Jan Mitchell

Waverly, Iowa • 319.269.4579

Dan & Renea Mitchell Nashua, Iowa • 641.330.5207 www.mitchellfamilyshorthorns.com


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=FromPasture to Prime Rib

Digital subluxation (DS) Q&A The research and discovery process behind DS has been a long and winding road with several unforeseen intersections. With a very small number of affected calves reported, the American Shorthorn Association (ASA) has exercised patience but always remained open and honest with breeders about the known condition. Dr. Jon Beever has isolated the mutation and developed a validated test. The test is being licensed through the proper channels and will be marketed by DNA testing providers in the near future. In order to help breeders better understand the condition, Dr. Beever developed a series of questions and answers regarding inheritance, testing, and breeding management of DS. The ASA will handle this defect in the same manner as it has with Tibial Hemimilia (TH) & Pulmonary Hypoplasia with Anasarca (PHA). However, the effective management of this defect is a bit different. Please read on. What is Digital Subluxation (DS)? DS is a congenital abnormality that involves the malformation of one or both hind legs usually below the hock. Typically, there is deformity of the leg involving the pastern joint where it joins the hoof (Figure 1). Depending on the severity of distortion, the survivability of affected calves can vary widely from relatively normal mobility to severely restricted movement, sometimes requiring euthanasia.

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ago, the American Shorthorn Association informed breeders that several calves affected with DS symptoms had been reported. However, at that time, it was unclear whether or not DS was controlled by environmental or genetic factors. Over a two year period of time, samples were collected from 18 calves affected with DS, both registered and non-registered. Pedigree information for many calves suggested at least one common ancestor was shared across pedigrees, although this ancestor was not present in all pedigrees. Furthermore, clear evidence of a single common ancestor on both sides of the pedigree was not found. Subsequently, DNA samples from these calves were used to determine whether they shared specific chromosome segments, thus suggesting a genetic basis for DS. This analysis revealed that the majority of affected calves (n=11) did share a common chromosome segment indicating that the condition is potentially inherited as a recessive trait. Analysis of the remaining seven calves showed that each of these calves had at least one copy of the same chromosomal segment, also supporting a genetic basis for the condition; however the mode of inheritance remained unclear. Sequencing of genes within the shared chromosomal segment identified a mutation that was common to all affected calves. This mutation results in impaired function of the encoded gene due to the insertion of approximately 9,000 DNA base pairs. This eventually results in the production of a protein molecule that is non-functional. However, gene expression analysis shows that functional protein is also produced approximately 60% of the time, thus, in part, leading to the variability in the pathology of affected calves. So, is the inheritance of DS similar to TH and PHA? Yes, the inheritance of DS is similar to TH and PHA in that both parents must be carriers of the mutation for a calf to be affected, thus it is inherited as a recessive trait. However, DS is different than TH or PHA in two

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Patrick director of genetic Wall improvement and eastern regional director

ways. Firstly, because normal protein can be produced even in the presence of the mutation, the severity of the DS deformities can be highly variable. In fact, an estimated 40% of homozygous calves may appear relatively normal in appearance. In genetic terms, this is called penetrance. Penetrance is defined as the proportion individuals that express the trait out of the number of individuals that have the appropriate genotype. Secondly, homozygosity for the specific mutation causing DS is not required for a calf to be affected. Although the majority of the affected calves were homozygous (n=11) for the mutation, seven of the calves were only heterozygous; however, these seven calves were also carriers of the PHA mutation. This is able to happen because the mutation causing DS occurs in the same gene as the mutation causing PHA. In the case of the PHA mutation, no functional protein is produced and calves that are homozygous for this mutation display the PHA phenotype. In contrast, calves homozygous for the DS mutation or heterozygous for both the DS and PHA mutation are susceptible to the DS phenotype. This is because enough functional protein is produced to avoid the PHA pathology, yet there is still a deficiency in function so the DS pathology occurs. In addition, for the calves collected in this project, those that carried both the DS and PHA mutation were always displayed a more severe DS phenotype. Say what? These data indicate that a specific mutation causes an individual to be susceptible to DS, however, the susceptibility is not 100% (penetrance). In contrast to abnormalities like TH and PHA, where the mating of carrier parents results in 25% of the offspring being born with the disease, the mating of DS carriers would only result in approximately 15% of calves (25% multiplied by the estimated penetrance of 60%). Additionally, in matings where one parent is a DS carrier and the other is a PHA carrier, one would expect the same number or more affected calves,


often times with a significantly more severe DS phenotype. At the most basic level, DS Carriers need to avoid being mated with other DS Carriers and PHA Carriers. In addition, any untested candidates of DS and/or PHA should also not be mated to one another. Keep in mind, this genetic condition may be present in other breeds, specifically those that already test for PHA. Since the DS condition is non-lethal and the individual phenotypes can vary greatly, breeders need to proceed with even

more caution. Any animal that exhibits two (2) copies of the DS defect can actually have no visual signs of the condition. These animals are also known as “homozygotes” or “affected” individuals. Any animal that is the progeny of a tested or potential DS Carrier sire and dam should be tested to be of Free or Carrier status before applying for registration papers. This practice will help prevent animals that do not display obvious outward signs of a genetic condition from entering the breeding population. The ASA will be working diligently to add DS status to

pedigree information as soon as possible. In the meantime, any animals in your breeding herd can be tested for DS today. Samples can currently be sent to: Jonathan E Beever, PhD Professor of Animal Sciences (Molecular Genetics) University of Illinois Department of Animal Sciences 1201 W. Gregory Drive Room 220 ERML, MC 051 Urbana, IL 61801 =

Champion ShorthornPlus Female, AF Jazzy’s Blue Baby 1308, shown by Alden Farms, Hamilton, Mo.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Female, RFC-KOLT Special Duff, shown by Haley Alden, Hamilton, Mo.

continued from page 18 Early Spring Heifer Calf (1 shown) – 1) K’s Matalin 317, owned by Morgan Weedman, Wellington, Mo. Junior Heifer Calves (6 shown) – 1) AF Revival 1301, owned by Alden Farms, Hamilton, Mo.; 2) CCS Sable 11A, owned by Jeepetta Cattle Company, Chickasha, Okla.; 3) MM Annadelle CM26A, owned by Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill. Winter Heifer Calves (6 shown) – 1) MM Darlene 10312, owned by Clayton Poppe; 2) AWE Candy’s Fuzz, owned by Megan Edwards, Salisbury, Mo.; 3) WFSJB Carmele 1222, owned by White Family Shorthorns, Warrensburg, Mo. Senior Heifer Calves (7 shown) – 1) CAV Cherry Jubile 6Z ET, owned by Trent Buswell, Linneus, Mo.; 2) CAV Clementine 52 ET, owned by Grant Knipmeyer, Sweet Springs, Mo; 3) Lily Queen 6Z, owned by Carlee Long, Paris, Mo. Senior Heifer Calves (7 shown) – 1) DMW Dolly 2B09, owned by DavMar-Way Farms, Jerseyville, Ill.; 2) GCC Dream Girl 71, owned by Alexis Koelling, Ladonia, Mo.; 3) AAA Jane 2983Z, owned by AAA Shorthorns, Revere, Mo. Summer Yearling Females (4 shown) – 1) JKN Augusta Linda 333Z, owned by Britton Francis, Paris, Mo.; 2) Candy’s Wild Spirit, owned by Circle S Farms, Lexington, Mo.; 3) SARTINS Cherry, owned by Clayton Sartin, Marshfield, Mo. Late Spring Yearling Females (8

shown) – 1) FR Augusta Pride 102 ET, owned by Double J Ranch, Chickasha, Okla.; 2) SULL Bo’s Best 2245, owned by Stetson Klise, New London, Mo.; 3) JKN Finesse FB 1260Z, owned by Sarah Moore, Jerseyville, Ill. Early Spring Yearling Females (8 shown) – 1) SULL Fancy Sable 2195 ET, owned by Luke Bolin, Harrison, Ark.; 2) KEMP Adaline, owned by Trent Kempker, Jefferson City, Mo. 3) PCC Amelia Mirage 325, owned by Tebbenkamp Show Cattle, Corder, Mo. Junior Yearling Females (3 shown) – 1) WAYMAR Killian Rose 220, owned by Sarah Moore; 2) Lily Baby Girl, owned by Marlena Long, Paris, Mo.; 3) FCC Beautiful Rose 204Z, owned by August Bertz, Mayview, Mo. Senior Yearling Females (7 shown) – 1) 3D Augusta Pride 3127A ET, owned by Sarah Moore; 2) GPN Cherry 1N44, owned by Naylor’s Shorthorns, Buffalo, Mo.; 3) FFS Lady Robin F47, owned by Caleb Vestal, Ash Grove, Mo. Early Spring Bull Calf (1 shown) – 1) SK Bayou 1301, owned by Stetson Klise. Winter Bull Calf (1 shown) – 1) MM Corrupt, owned by Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons, Jerseyville, Ill. Senior Bull Calf (4 shown) – 1) GPN Captain 2N19, owned by Naylor’s Shorthorn’s; 2) AAA Dawson 2968Z, owned by AAA Shorthorns; 3) JJ Pontoon, owned by Jeepetta Cattle Company. Summer Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) MM Zeppelin 103 12, owned by

Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons; 2) CATS Sugarmans Dlight, owned by Circle S Farms. Late Spring Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) C&W Jim Dandy, owned by Chris & Wendy Dickens Childers, Richland, Mo; 2) JJ North Wind, owned by Circle S Farms. Early Spring Yearling Bulls (1 shown) – 1) HC Marksman 252, owned by Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons. Junior Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) V-10 owned by Double J Ranch & Jeepetta Cattle Company; 2) SK Bellringer Dude, owned by Stetson Klise. Senior Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) CCF Navaho Rock C37Y, owned by Crow Creek Farms, Lawton, Okla.; 2) Candy’s Little Toy, owned by Lexi Smith, Lexington, Mo. Pair of Females (4 shown) - 1) Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons; 2) Kylee Vestal; 3) Marlena Long; Pair of Bulls (3 shown) – 1) Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons; 2) Jeepetta Cattle Company; 3) Stetson Klise. Super Cow Class (3 shown) – GPN Cherry 4N7, owned by Naylor’s Shorthorns; 2) SH Revival 0133 ET, owned by Stetson Klise; 3) CLH Instant Lassie 003, owned by Chris & Wendy Dickens-Childers. Get-of-Sire (1shown) – 1) Muridale Bonanza 103U, owned by Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons. Best Six Head (1 shown) – 1) Hugh Moore Jr. & Sons. =

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Genetics for Today.. The Future of Tomorrow Canadian Western Agribition Sale

Thursday, November 14, 2013 • 2:00 p.m. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Sponsored by the Saskatchewan Shorthorn Association

Selling:

• Powerful Herd Sire Prospects • Exciting Show Candidates • Foundation Females • Embryos • Semen View catalogue online at www.saskshorthorns.com

Sale Consultants:

Allan Crogie: 613-432-0033

Sale Headquarters:

Best Western Seven Oaks, Regina, SK 800-667-8063 or 306-757-0121 Betty Wyatt: 306-577-4664

Auctioneer:

Michael Fluery: 306-222-9526

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“Thanks so much to my Shorthorn family for making this year such a rewarding experience.” – Jessica Jessica, We know you had a great year as National Shorthorn Lassie Queen. We loved traveling with you to the shows and meeting all the breeders and exhibitors. We are so proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad

Grand Meadow Farms

Michael, Cheryl, Jessica & Jeffrey McCall 1701 East Hwy 22 Crestwood, KY 40014 502.594.0957

McCall Show Cattle

David & Fran McCall 1745 Clore Jackson Road Shelbyville, KY 40065 502.494.9644 502.836.9523

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=Tartan Plaid

Thank you Jessica 2012-2013 National McCall Shorthorn Lassie Queen

Since I was crowned as your National Shorthorn Lassie Queen this past November at the North American International Livestock Exposition I have gained a lot of experience, friends, mentors, and memories that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. It’s hard to explain and summarize a whole year of my experience and gratitude in one small thank you article. This time last year, I would never have dreamed that I would be where I am today. I want to start off by thanking my amazing family. Through this journey they have been with me every step of the way. My mother and father have been a huge inspiration to me. When I got discouraged, I could always count on them to help me find my way and work through all of the planning, traveling, and finances. I can never thank them enough for the countless hours they have spent with me on the road chaperoning me and assisting me when I needed it. I also want to say thank you to my brothers and sister-in-law, David, Fran, and Jeffrey, for al-

ways being there for me and encouraging me, even when I didn’t think I needed it. This experience has enabled me to become closer to you and I have loved every minute of it. I love you all more than I can ever describe. Over the course of this year I have traveled to Denver, Colorado, Fort Worth Texas, The Kentucky Beef Expo, Junior Nationals in Des Moines, Iowa, The Missouri State Fair, The Kentucky State Fair, Star Search Sale at Cates Farm in Modock, Indiana, The America Royal, The Keystone Show, and the California Shorthorn Association Picnic. It has been a very busy year, but I wish I could have attended more. Each of these events has given me the opportunity to meet the most amazing breeders and members in the beef cattle industry. Without all of the love and generosity I have been given, I would not have been able to travel as much as I have. A few more people I want to be sure to mention are the wonderful breeders and members within the state of Kentucky.

Farewell Some call it a responsibility, some call it an honor; but I call it truly a privilege to represent the Shorthorn Industry as your 2012-2013 National Alternate Shorthorn Lassie Queen. During my reign I traveled to nine different states for various shows, sales, and KEY Conference. Throughout my travels I have made many lifelong friendships, along with many memories that will never be forgotten. A warm welcome and great hospitality

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You have been so generous and supportive of me on this journey. I especially want to thank Faye Korthaus and Fran McCall. You have both been there for me from the very beginning when I decided to become the Kentucky State Queen three years ago. From the loaning of the tartan, to helping me with my crown, to advice on how to walk, talk, and even wave, you have been there and because of your help I have become the third National Queen to come from the state of Kentucky, which I consider to be a huge honor. I am sad to see this year come to an end, as I walk across the green shavings for the last time, in November. I will soak in every moment and remember how blessed I am to have had this once in a lifetime opportunity. No words can ever describe how honored, thankful, and grateful I am. I love you all so much, Jessica =

Megan 2012-2013 National Dragstrem Alternate Shorthorn Lassie Queen

is something the Shorthorn breeders are known for. One of the most amazing aspects about being a Lassie is seeing how much of a role model you are to the younger girls of the industry. They truly look up to you with everything you do, and that is one thing that cannot be replaced. Being role model and receiving gratitude from the breeders characterizes how much the Lassies mean to the Shorthorn breed. Working with the Junior Board

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and the Shorthorn Association staff gives me a greater appreciation for everything they do for the breed. I look forward to promoting the Shorthorn breed through other avenues I take. I encourage all the young girls who look up to the National Lassie Queens to get involved. Being a Lassie is about more than the Official “Costume”; it is about the places you go, the people you meet, and the memories that last a lifetime! =


National Shorthorn Lassie Queen Candidates Christine Natioanl Shorthorn Sinsung Lassie

The National Shorthorn Lassie Association is excited to announce the two young women vying for the 2013-2014 National Shorthorn Lassie Queen at the North American International Livestock Exposition. These young ladies will have opportunities to interact with breeders, help at all of the shows at NAILE, form bonds and learn about each other better, and interview with a panel of judges over the weekend. The National and Alternate Queen will be announced during Monday’s Open PACE show preceding the Grand Champion Female drive. Good luck to all the young ladies entering the Queen competition this year and be sure to stop by the Lassie booth during North American Livestock International for a cup of coffee and to check these two young women’s photobooks. The Great Lakes State’s own Sydeny Miller will be in competition for the National Lassie crown this year; and has served as Michigan’s Shorthorn Lassie Queen. She is a junior at Michigan State University majoring in Environmental Studies and Agriscience with hopes of becoming a high school agriscience teacher. She is a lifelong Shorthorn enthusiast and since she has been a litter girl, she has dreamed of serving as a Lassie Queen.

Victoria Osburn will be representing the Lone Star state after serving as the Texas Shorthorn Lassie Queen this past year and the Texas Lassie Princess prior to that. Brittany is a freshman at Texas Tech majoring in animal science with hopes of getting involved in agriculture law. Ever since she got involved showing Shorthorns when she was in the fourth grade she knew she wanted to part of the Shorthorn Royalty to promote the breed.

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=Junior Corner

Brooke ajsa Pearson director

Fall The air gets crisp, and the show season starts to come to a slow down, but it’s no reason to fret! Football is now on everyone’s TV and we all throw on our favorite team’s jersey to show our undying support. There is no better time to root for our team as they make their way the Super Bowl XLVIII or in college terms, of the Big Ten Network, the Rose Bowl. Which I have no doubt in knowing that my favorite NFL and college team will both make their way to the Bowls! Well, at least a girl can hope! As we support our football teams we must remember to support the red, white, and roan. Sales start to pick up this time of season and this is the time to really get the attention of other breeders and show them how introducing Shorthorn blood to their

herd is the way to go! Our breed is truly something to be proud of. Seeing the involvement of the junior members at this year’s Junior Nationals was quite incredible and heart lifting! Not only do the juniors deserve a hand, but so do the parents for the encouragement that they have provided throughout the year. The parents are what help give juniors new experiences and gain skills that they would not have been able to develop if it wasn’t for being introduced into this breed. Not only do you help your own kids in bettering themselves, but you all have done an outstanding job in helping the Junior Board. Your support is what helps the Junior Board make it to every show; such as Junior Nationals, NAILE, and the North Western Stock Show. Junior Board is an opportunity to

Kentucky State Fair 4-H and FFA Show Results by: Fran McCall

keep the breed going and to inspire juniors to stay involved. That’s why we need your continued support! We give a chance for younger juniors to look up to something, and we lend out a helping hand so that the junior side of the breed can be heard. So please make sure to visit us at the Leading the Legacy sale this year to help us continue with what we are doing! I can’t wait to see new, current, and past juniors at the upcoming sales, and to see what new prospects you have to show at this year’s shows! This is truly my favorite season because it’s a whole new start to another exciting year. New calves and new ambitions pump in the blood of every junior, and I can’t wait to see what is to become of all this new excitement! See you juniors soon, and may the best football team win! =

California State Fair Junior Show Results by Jake Alden

Champion 4-H/FFA Shorthorn Female: MF Absolutely Dora, Staton Bowman, Nicholasville, Ky.

Champion 4-H/FFA Shorthorn Bull: DFM Wildcard, Jeffrey McCall, Crestwood, Ky.

Champion Bred and Owned 4-H/FFA Female: Rocks Final Product, Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, Ky.

Reserve Champion 4-H/FFA Shorthorn Female: SharBen Mae Rae 550, Rachael Drumm, Winchester, Ky.

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Champion Female - Shania 226Z, exhibited by Aaron Kerlee, Elk Grove, Calif..

Reserve Champion Female - V8 CF Loveliest Lady 2138, exhibited by Jessica Judge, San Luis Obispo, Calif.


Kentucky State Fair Junior Show Results Judge: Kelsey Culp, Nicholasville, Ky. by: Fran McCall

Champion Female: MF Absolutely Dora, Staton Bowman, Nicholasville, Ky.

Reserve Champion Female: SharBen Mae Rae 550, Rachael Drumm, Winchester, Ky.

Bred and Owned Champion Female: Twisted Sister, Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, Ky.

Reserve Bred and Owned Champion Female: CGS Pride, Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, Ky.

Champion Bred and Owned Bull: Tornado, Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, Ky.

Champion Shorthorn Plus Female: Robjoy Queen 612, Matthew Wallace, Dry Ridge, Ky.

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Seeking ASA Board Candidates Showmanship Winners: Senior Champion, Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, KY Intermediate Champion, Rachael Drumm, Winchester, Ky., Prospector Champion, Staton Bowman, Nicholasville, Ky.

Group Photo and newly elected officers: Back row- Mattie Williams, Houston Gillenwater, President, Matthew Wallace, VicePresident, Rachael Drumm, Secretary, Laura Culp, Treasurer. Front Row- Blaine Bowman, Staton Bowman, and Ryland Bowman

Interested in becoming a part of the ASA Board of Directors? Please submit your intent to run along with a write up of yourself and photo to the ASA by November 1, 2013.

Oregon State Fair Junior Show Results by Jake Alden

All candidates will have their write up and photo published in the December issue of the Shorthorn Country. Election will take place at the annual meeting in Denver.

Champion Female

Reserve Champion Female

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Indiana State Fair Junior Show Results by: Audrey Hambright

Champion Junior Show Heifer – Adrianne Trennepohl.

Reserve ShorthornPlus Heifer Junior show – Konner Kirkpatrick.

Reserve Champion Junior Show Heifer – Xavier Ferris.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer Junior Show – Sydney Stephenson.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, Braydon Poulson.

Reserve Shorthorn Steer – Clay Kretzmeier.

Missouri State Fair 4-H & FFA Show Results by: Jake Alden

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4-H Champion Shorthorn Bull Stetson Klise

4-H Champion Shorthorn Female Kaleb Vestal

4-H Champion ShorthornPlus Female Trent Buswell

FFA Champion Shorthorn Bull Bailey Collier

FFA Champion Shorthorn Female Trent Kempker

FFA Champion ShorthronPlus Female Haley Alden

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Illinois State Fair Junior Show Results by: Cindy Cagwin

Champion Shorthorn Heifer – Rob Johnson.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer Tyler Humphrey

Reserve Shorthorn Heifer Josh Lorenz.

Reserve Cow/Calf Pair Shorthorn Leah Horton

Reserve ShorthornPlus Heifer Abby Lashmett.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, Third Overall, Grand Champion Land of Lincoln Overall, Abby Tomhave.

Four State ShorthorN SALE Saturday, November 2, 2013 • 12 noon Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, 5th Overall – Chase Tomhave.

New Policy at ASA Effective July 1, 2013: All activities must be paid for at time of request. Work will not be released until payment is made in full. It is recommended that a credit card number is left on file at the ASA or send a credit card number with each processing order to quicken request. Online activities can use PayPal or leave a credit card number on file with ASA. A receipt will be emailed or mailed each time the card is charged. For any questions, please contact the office at 402-393-7200.

Fee Change for Duplicate Request Effective July 1, 2013: $10.00 each up to five duplicates requested. Any additional duplicates requested over five, are $7.00 each as long as requested at the same time.

Transfer Fee for Non-Members Effective July 1, 2013: The fee for a non-member animal transfer over 90 days at $122.00 is no longer in effect. Non-members will be charged $62.00 per transfer after 60 days or more. The 90 day transfer charge is still in effect for WHR and TOC members.

White’s Equine Center • Diamond, Missouri

Selling: * Breeding Age Bulls * Cows, Pairs and Bred Heifers * Show Heifer and Show Steer Prospects Sale Day Phone: 417-627-4141 Sale Headquarters: Super 8 Motel Carthage, Missouri • 417-359-9000

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

Alden Auction Ron Alden 32570 225th Street • Hamilton, Missouri 64644 816-465-0777• ralden@lycos.com

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Illinois State Polled Shorthorn Show Results by: Cindy Cagwin

Illinois State Horned Shorthorn Show Results by: Cindy Cagwin

Grand Champion Polled Shorthorn Bull, Turner Deception 2, shown by Luke Turner.

Grand Champion Polled Shorthorn Heifer, SULL Destiny’s Class ET, shown by Rob Johnson. Grand Champion Horned Shorthorn Bull, SULL Road Warrior 2412 ET, shown by Hope Birch

Reserve Champion Polled Shorthorn Bull, KFSC Ryback 037A, shown by Kearns Farms.

Reserve Champion Polled Shorthorn Heifer, Olsn Revival 2012 ET, shown by Shelby Olson.

Illinois State Open Shorthorn Show Results by: Cindy Cagwin

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, Lorenz’s Big Daddy, shown by Stacey Lorenz.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus, KFSC Cherry Mirage 472 ET, shown by Dawson Dimmett.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, shown by Peyton Richie.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, Brayden Freeman,

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Gran Champion Horned Shorthorn Female, SULL Fine Crystal 2032 ET, shown by Renee Lock.

Reserve Champion Horned Shorthorn Bull, HF Thor, shown by Grant Huber.

Reserve Champion Horned Shorthorn Female, GCC Nargue Beauty, shown by Wes Leemon.


The Ladies of LEVELDALE INVESTMENT SALE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Friday, October 25, 2013 Cattle available for viewing at the Sale Facility Evening meal with entertainment Saturday, October 26, 2013 7:30 am Breakfast 11:00 am The Ladies of Leveldale Investment Sale Lunch entertainment and fun for all will be provided after the sale.

SALE DAY INFORMATION: Sale Location:

29257 E County Rd 1250 N Mason City, IL 62664

Sale Headquarters:

Hampton Inn 1019 Heitmann Dr • Lincoln, Illinois 62656 217.732.6729

Auctioneer:

Kevin Wendt: 419.566.1599

Sale Staff:

Patrick Wall, American Shorthorn Association cell: 402.658.4258 Darryl Rahn, Shorthorn Country cell: 217-473-1124 Chris Smith, Special Representative cell: 217.370.1908 Shane Ryan, Midwest Marketer cell: 309.371.7490 Grant Alexander, Canadian Representative cell: 306.861.5504

M ason Cit y, I llinois

O c tober 26, 2013

CONSIGNORS

Leveldale Farms

Les Mathers & Laura Conniff 10442 N County Rd 2980 E Mason City, Illinois 62664 Les cell: 309.678.4230 leveldale@gmail.com Herdsman: Scott Wall 309.212.5450 swall_otg@yahoo.com

Phillip Bowman & Family

9898 Garrett Road Greens Fork, Indiana 47345 765.886.5777 cell: 765.967.7160 Luke Bowman cell: 614.301.2672 www.bowmansuperiorgenetics.com

Rick, Trish, Gabri & Val Leone

1050 County Road JJ Fowler, Colorado 719.263.4321 peakviewranch@hotmail.com www.peakviewranch.com

SALE MANAGEMENT BY Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC

office:217.452.3051 • cell: 217.341.7552 fax: 217.452.3053 email: cagwincattle@casscomm.com

BID ONLINE AT

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

See page 23 for sign up detalis.

Terms: Terms of the sale are cash or check (with proper I.D. i.e. valid driver’s license) payable to the Sale Clerk. Cattle will not be released from the Nebraska State Fair Sale Facility 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. Purchases and Risk: All animals are at owners risk prior to sale and become property of the buyer as soon as declared sold by the auctioneer. Insurance: representatives of Great American Insurance Group will available sale day to assist you with any livestock insurance needs for your purchases. 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. 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: 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, Sale Manager or Nebraska State Fair 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, improper handling or an act of God. Registrations: All animals selling are registered with the American Shorthorn Association unless otherwise stated. Registration certificates will be transferred to the new owner. Please be sure to leave complete and accurate transfer instructions with the sale clerk at time of settlement. The American Shorthorn Association (ASA) makes no representation of any kind as to the genetic defect status or parental verification of live animals, pregnancies, embryos, flushes, or semen lots unless catalogued with a DNA case number and/or genetic defect Lab ID number. The ASA maintains a current “genetic defect status list, ” available under the registrations menu at www.shorthorn.org .

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Welcome to Leveldale

We believe the Ladies of Leveldale INVESTMENT Sale offers some for the most unique individuals and genetics seen in the beef industry! The Bowman and Leone families have consigned GREAT additions to the sale and represent some of the best documented genetics in attractive packages in the Shorthorn World. Many do not realize the effort and constant focus on genetic improvement by these two firms joining Leveldale. Their documentation includes top carcass performance. You will be evaluating cattle from herds with advanced genetic offerings. Leveldale prides its self in avoiding single trait selection. MULTITRAIT SELECTION for "Elastic" cattle that can adopt and thrive in many environments is our goal. RERPRODUCTION and low maintenance traits are necessities for our program! We raise many cattle ready to join the Elite Show ranks, but they also must fit into our modest nutrition, low maintenance, calve every year program. None of our cattle in the sale have had feet trimmed. The calves received no creep feed. We want you to know what you are buying and INVEST in what you want. Calves from our last sale became state fair champions and leading foundation females and bulls in herds across the nation. We are offering top calves and young productive females - a true production sale. We are also offering a small group of service age bulls from top females. We bring to you for your assessment very special genetic combinations with detailed data supporting them. They also have the eye appeal and structural soundness to help take your program forward in the show ring and on the ranch or farm. For example, two of our top cut of bred heifers in the sale offer multi-generation low maintenance, no calving assistance or other costly issues while having carcass ultrasounds in the top 1 percent of the Shorthorn breed in marbling and rib eye size. This is even more impressive in a breed that excels in carcass traits. These same heifers and others offered could have won many fairs if fed and groomed for that target. One was in the Champion Pen at National Western Stock Show this year.

Remember what the first Les Mathers said "You INVEST your money in Good Shorthorns. You Spend it on Poor ones." -Les Mathers

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bred female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red WAUKARU GOLD SHIP *x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 453P *x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 031K *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

3.43

29.22

25.65

A.I. bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y due 2/8/14. 812 is a true power cow from the heart of the Leveldale herd. She is a stout, big bodied proven producer that has served as a donor for our program. Her phenotype and disposition was admired by Lindsay Mathers...enough to be broke and ready to show, successfully, in two months at 2009 National Junior Show in Springfield, Ill. She has a less than 365 day calving interval, while successfully flushed. Not your typical show heifer/donor cow combination! Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 812U

LEVELDALE VICTORIA 028X *x4170913 bd 03/28/2010

2

rwm

bred female

polled

DRC 29M6, red DRC 101VM x, red DRC 0114CH x, red WAUKARU GOLD SHIP *x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 453P *x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 031K *x, rwm

CE

-0.9

BW

1.3

WW

25

YW

43

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

-2

17.70

39.75

37.24

MW

11

MCE

0.7

CWT

-2

REA

-0.11

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.24

A.I. bred to SULL red Demand 6/4/13. Pasture exposed to Studers Taylor Made 6/19/13-7/16/13. Examined safe. 028 is another stout female from the proven Victoria family. Her Taylor Made daughter Lot 2a that sells is just an example of her capabilities. She is a good young cow that should have years of quality production in the future. She is a maternal sister to Lot 1. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 028X CE

3.7

BW

1.1

WW

30

YW

48

Milk

-1

MW

14

MCE

2.7

CWT

-6

REA

-0.10

FAT

0.01

MARB

-0.03

the

s ’ a i r o Vict LEVELDALE VICTORIA 342A *x4199163 bd 03/28/2013

2a

rwm

heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R x, red STUDER'S TAYLOR MADE 7Y *x, red DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U *, r/w DRC 101VM x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 028X *x, rwm LEVELDALE VICTORIA 453P *x, red

LE 342A CE

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

N/A

N/A

N/A

A fancy, attractive Taylor Made daughter that has the look to be competitive in the showring. She has plenty of power and substance, which is a trait of generations from the Victoria family. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

BW

1.9

WW

28

YW

46

Milk

shorthorn country = october 2013

0

MW

14

MCE

N/A

bd 02/22/2013

3

roan

heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY SHERIFF 46S x, roan SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 395S x, roan AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE VICTORIA 695S *x, red LEVELDALE VICTORIA 031K *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

18.75

36.65

40.10

A nice February heifer out of our Canadian herdsire Saskvalley Unique, backed by many generations of the Victoria family. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 313A CE

3.1

BW

-0.1

WW

25

YW

33

Milk

4

MW

17

MCE

20

N/A

CWT

0

REA

N/A

REA

0.01

FAT

N/A

FAT

0.00

N/A

MARB

0.06

CWT

MARB

A-4

N/A

LEVELDALE VICTORIA 313A *x4199152


the

Rosewood’s

LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 045X ET *x4177144 bd 04/18/2010

4

roan

bred female

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan KL DOT COM K93 *x, red KL ROSEWOOD 322ND x, red KL ROSEWOOD 304TH *, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

12.79

28.88

30.48

Bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y. Due 3/25/14. A good looking, stout young cow Masterplan daughter. There have been very few of these offered to the public and she is a good example of what they look like. Her dam has been a proven producer and her full sister is the mother of standout heifer calf Lot 6. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 045X CE

0.8

BW

1.0

WW

19

YW

24

Milk

2

MW

12

MCE

0.8

CWT

1

REA

0.04

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.01

LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 116Y *x4182828 bd 03/14/2011

5

red

bred female

polled

SASKVALLEY SHERIFF 46S x, roan SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 395S x, roan AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 806U *x, red KL ROSEWOOD 322ND x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

23.12

32.72

36.22

A.I. bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y. Due 3/2/14. A nice two year old that is a maternal sister to Lot 6. She is one of the first daughters in production by our herdsire Saskvalley Unique and proved herself well on her first calf. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 116Y CE

4.0

BW

-0.2

WW

19

YW

26

Milk

3

MW

13

MCE

2.9

CWT

1

REA

0.07

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.11

LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 308A *x4199150 bd 02/17/2013

6

roan

heifer

polled

GFS CREOLE 9590 ET *x, red MAV BELLRINGER 804U 7/8 *x, rwm MAV BELARA 649S 3/4 *x, roan AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 806U *x, red KL ROSEWOOD 322ND x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

8.97

N/A

N/A

A crowd favorite of many visitors to the farm! A very fault free, powerful, feminine daughter of the now deceased MAV Bellringer. He was sampled some at Leveldale last year and we are offering you our most elite daughter from a proven cow family. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 308A CE

-0.2

BW

0.7

WW

16

YW

27

Milk

4

MW

12

MCE

-1.9

CWT

N/A

REA

N/A

FAT

N/A

MARB

N/A

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-5


LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U Leveldale Rosewood 809U is the dam of Leveldale Rosewood 043x and Leveldale Rosewood 214z.

LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 043X *x4170941 bd 04/16/2010

7

red

bred female

polled

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE PRINCE 839U *x, rwm KL PRINCESS BARBARA x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U, red EF ROSEWOOD 1193, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

7.32

30.81

30.43

Bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y on 6/21/13. Examined Safe. A nice young cow out of the standout 809 donor. She has a stout young Taylor Made bull calf that will be retained this year and is bred back the same way. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

A-6

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 043X CE

-0.3

BW

1.4

WW

24

YW

33

Milk

3

MW

15

MCE

-0.6

CWT

3

REA

0.06

FAT

0.00

MARB

-0.10

LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 214Z *x4191248 bd 03/05/2012

8

rwm

bred female

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red LEVELDALE ROSEWOOD 809U, red EF ROSEWOOD 1193, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

13.92

30.42

31.18

A.I. bred to JSF Gauge 137W. Due 1/31/14. Retaining rights to one flush or minimum of six embryos at sellers expense and buyers convenience. An elite Masterplan bred heifer out of one of the most impressive donors on the farm, Leveldale Rosewood 809U. She was a member of the Champion Pen of Heifers at 2013 NWSS. She scanned an impressive 13.7 adj. REA, ratio 128 at a year. All of this with a bw of 78lbs. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 214Z CE

1.6

BW

0.1

WW

22

YW

32

Milk

3

MW

14

MCE

-0.1

CWT

8

REA

0.22

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.10


the

Butterflie’s

LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 037X x4170914 bd 04/12/2010

9

roan

bred female

polled

ALTA CEDAR ULTIMATE 8J x, red SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 36H x, roan RS MAX 307 335 01 x, red RS BUTTERFLY 114 06 x, red RS BUTTERFLY 38TH x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

22.27

36.67

39.12

A.I. bred to Saskvalley Stampede. Due 3/12/14. A highly productive *free young cow, who's daughter Lot 9a is one of the top heifer calves, and she is a maternal sister to Lot 10, the elite IMF bred heifer in the offering. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 037X CE

3.8

BW

-0.4

WW

22

YW

27

Milk

2

MW

13

MCE

-1.1

CWT

-9

REA

-0.24

FAT

0.00

MARB

0.19

LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 345A *x4199165 bd 03/31/2013

9a

roan

heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R x, red STUDER'S TAYLOR MADE 7Y *x, red DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U *, r/w SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M x, roan LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 037X x, roan RS BUTTERFLY 114 06 x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

N/A

N/A

N/A

A big bellied, fault free Taylor Made daughter that has the build to compete on the tan bark, but more importantly should make a very easy keeping brood cow with unlimited production capabilities. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 345A CE

N/A

BW

1.2

WW

24

YW

36

Milk

1

MW

13

MCE

N/A

CWT

N/A

REA

N/A

FAT

N/A

MARB

N/A

LEVELDALE BUTTERFLY 216Z *x4191249 bd 03/05/2012

10

red

bred heifer

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan RS MAX 307 335 01 x, red RS BUTTERFLY 114 06 x, red RS BUTTERFLY 38TH x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

18.58

35.11

36.74

A.I. bred to Saskvalley Task Force. Due 2/1/14. Retaining rights to 1 flush or minimum of 6 embryos at sellers expense and buyers convenience. An outlier Masterplan bred heifer that had an 7.90 adj. IMF 138 ratio at a year, which ranks her on the top 1% of the breed. She is an elite female that could have great value in the future. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 216Z CE

2.6

BW

-0.7

WW

19

YW

26

Milk

2

MW

12

MCE

-0.8

CWT

-6

REA

-0.21

FAT

0.01

MARB

0.26

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-7


LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 112Y *x4182827

LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 933W *x4171175 bd 03/26/2009

11

roan

bred female

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan AR SU LU AMOS 9118 x, red SYLVIA BLOSSOM 552, red SYLVIA BLOSSOM 50 x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

3.76

26.63

17.23

A.I. bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y. Due 2/10/14. A good fronted, stout Masterplan cow that has produced two top replacements at Leveldale. Her first calf is one of the best two year olds in production and she is offered as Lot 12. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

bd 03/09/2011

LE 933W

12

red

bred female

polled

JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W *x, red JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T *x, rwm AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE BLOSSOM 933W *x, roan SYLVIA BLOSSOM 552, red

CE

-1.7

BW

1.7

WW

18

YW

28

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

3

16.27

25.20

24.72

MW

12

MCE

-0.3

CWT

1

REA

-0.08

FAT MARB

A.I. bred to Studers Taylor Made 7Y. Due 3/2/14. A top cut female from our two year old group. She is an attractively made, great uddered female out of our proven calving ease herd sire JSF Prince of Jazz 12W. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 112 Y CE

1.8

BW

0.2

WW

16

YW

24

Milk

4

MW

12

MCE

1.2

CWT

0

REA

0.04

-0.02

FAT

-0.02

-0.06

MARB

-0.06

s ’ m o s s o l B

t

he

LEVELDALE SYLVIA 053X x4170921 bd 04/23/2010

13

red

bred female

polled

RS MAX 307 335 01 x, red RS MAX 335 804 06 x, r/w RR ORANGE GIRL 10TH x, red AR SU LU AMOS 9118 x, red SYLVIA BLOSSOM 552, red SYLVIA BLOSSOM 50 x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

11.90

22.96

20.20

A.I. bred to Saskvalley Task Force on 5/20/13. Pasture exposed to Studers Taylor Made 7Y from 6/19-7/16/13. Examined safe. A bold sprung, easy fleshing, *free young cow. She is a maternal sister to Lot 11. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

A-8

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 053X CE

0.4

BW

0.7

WW

8

YW

22

Milk

1

MW

6

MCE

0.4

CWT

-1

LEVELDALE SYLVIA 319A *x4199154 bd 03/01/2013

13a

roan

heifer

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan RS MAX 335 804 06 x, r/w LEVELDALE SYLVIA 053X x, red SYLVIA BLOSSOM 552, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

10.86

29.25

27.51

A nice March heifer calf out of Leveldale foundation herd sire AR SU LU Masterplan. The youngest of his limited progeny offered for auction. She has the same genetic potential as her powerful paternal sisters. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 319A CE

0.4

BW

0.9

WW

18

YW

27

Milk

3

MW

12

MCE

-0.4

CWT

2

REA

-0.13

REA

-0.04

FAT

-0.01

FAT

0.00

MARB

0.13

MARB

0.05


Bred Heifers

LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 207Z *xAR56021 bd 02/27/2012

14

roan

bred heifer

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST 7/8 *x, roan LEVELDALE GRAND CANYON 620S 1/2 x, red LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 820U 3/4 *x, red LEVELDALE NAN AGAIN 626S *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

2.22

36.74

18.59

A.I. bred to Saskvalley Stampede. Due 2/22/14. A 7/8 female that will have a purebred calf. An feminine fronted attractive Masterplan daughter out one of our best Durham red cows. Lots of look and growth. Top 5% of breed for WW. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 207Z CE

-2.0

BW

1.5

WW

27

YW

30

Milk

6

MW

19

MCE

-2.2

CWT

0

REA

-0.08

FAT

-0.03

MARB

0.03

LEVELDALE ROSE 233Z *x4191571 bd 03/23/2012

15

roan

bred heifer

polled

JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W *x, red JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T *x, rwm LEVELDALE CARGO 7109T *x, rwm LEVELDALE ROSE 016X *x, red LEVELDALE ROSE 7112T *x, roan $CEZ

$F

$BMI

17.78

28.01

29.45

A.I. bred to SULL Red Demand. Due 2/21/14. A nicely balanced bred heifer out of our herdsire JSF Prince of Jazz 12W who has proved to be calving ease and his daughters have very good udders. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 233Z CE

2.6

BW

-0.3

WW

20

YW

30

Milk

6

MW

15

MCE

0.2

CWT

0

REA

0.10

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.09

LEVELDALE CASSANDRA 235Z *x4191570 bd 03/26/2012

16

red

bred heifer

polled

JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W *x, red JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T *x, rwm DRC 101VM x, red LEVELDALE CASSANDRA 019X, red KL CASSANDRIA 125TH x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

21.52

33.82

35.99

A.I. bred to SULL Red Demand. Due 2/1/14. A big bodied, easy fleshing Prince of Jazz bred heifer that has the look of making a moderate framed, low maintenance, good uddered cow, that her sire is known for. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 235Z CE

3.7

BW

0.2

WW

22

YW

29

Milk

5

MW

16

MCE

0.8

CWT

-8

REA

-0.05

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.04

JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ shorthorn country = october 2013

A-9


Fall Calving Cows LEVELDALE MYRTLE 822U LEVELDALE MARGIE 815U

LEVELDALE MARGIE 815U x4147080 bd 02/27/2008

17

red

female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red SUTHERLAND BRISBANE ET x, rwm WAUKARU MARGIE 442 x, red WAUKARU CN MARGIE 152, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-6.50

29.30

15.13

A big stout hipped, bold sprung cow out of Peak View Moet. His daughters have proven to be foundation cows at Leveldale, and she sells with another potential one at her side. Has a solid red AR SU LU Masterplan heifer calf born 8/26/13 and weighed 82lbs. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

A-10

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 815U

LEVELDALE MYRTLE 822U x4147082 bd 03/03/2008

18

red

female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red EF STETSON 153 *x, roan EF MYRTLE 1063 x, red EF MYRTLE 685 x, red

CE

-4.4

BW

2.5

WW

24

YW

34

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

4

8.24

26.69

26.60

MW

16

MCE

-2.5

CWT

-3

A moderate framed easy keeping Peak View Moet daughter that has produced a quality calf every year. She has a solid red Taylor Made bull calf born 9/12/13. BW 85lbs. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 822U CE

-0.3

BW

1.0

WW

20

YW

29

Milk

2

MW

11

MCE

1.8

CWT

-2

REA

-0.11

REA

-0.13

FAT

-0.02

FAT

-0.02

MARB

-0.15

MARB

-0.12


Spring Bred Cows LEVELDALE STORM LASS 803U x4147075 bd 02/20/2008

19

red

bred female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red AR SU LU AMOS 9118 x, red STORM LASSIE KAY 519, red STORM LASSIE KAY 493, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-1.84

29.34

24.95

A.I. bred to Studers Taylor Made7Y on 3/30/13. Pasture exposed to Taylor Made from 4/17-5/16/13. Examined safe. A

solid producing cow out of our former herdsire Peakview Moet. She is bred to calve early in January to Taylor Made and the matings of these two sires has worked well in our first year. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 803U CE

-3.0

BW

2.2

WW

24

YW

34

Milk

-1

MW

11

MCE

0.1

CWT

-3

REA

-0.07

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.14

LEVELDALE LASSIE 945W x4171176 bd 04/05/2009

20

red

bred female

polled

RS DV 729 01 x, red RS DV729 01 034 04 x, red RS GIRL 57TH x, red AR SU LU VANN 1/2 x, red LEVELDALE AGUSTALINDA441P x, rwm GK AUGUSTA LINDA 242 LF x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

21.10

38.02

35.59

A.I. bred to AR SU LU Masterplan on 6/3/13. Pasture exposed to Studers Taylor Made 7Y from 6/19-7/17/13. Examined safe A.I. An *free cow that excels, both in the pasture and on paper. A big spread for this cow that is negative for BW and top 2% of breed for YW. Lots of potential mated with Masterplan. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 945W CE

4.7

BW

-1.2

WW

26

YW

48

Milk

5

MW

18

MCE

4.8

CWT

8

REA

-0.06

FAT

0.00

MARB

-0.01

LEVELDALE MAROLAN 925W x4171174 bd 03/21/2009

21

red

bred female

polled

RS DV 729 01 x, red RS DV729 01 034 04 x, red RS GIRL 57TH x, red FAIR ACRES DOLLARMASTER x, red KAY MAROLAN 532 x, red KAY MAROLAN 227 x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

15.99

32.22

27.45

A.I. bred to Waukaru Orion on 6/3/13. Pasture exposed to Studers Taylor Made 7Y from 6/19-7/16/13. Examined safe. A nice young *free cow out of the Rob Sneed 034 bull that is noted as a curve bender for calving ease and growth. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 925W CE

2.5

BW

0.4

WW

17

YW

37

Milk

0

MW

8

MCE

3.0

CWT

5

REA

-0.16

FAT

0.00

MARB

0.14

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-11


LEVELDALE RUTH 323A *x4199156

LEVELDALE RUTH 948W 4171177 bd 04/07/2009

22

red

bred female

horned

RS DV 729 01 x, red RS DV729 01 034 04 x, red RS GIRL 57TH x, red RB EAGLE 148TH x, red LEVELDALE RUTH 4429P, red SS MISSIE RUTH 2B3, roan $CEZ

$F

$BMI

14.75

38.33

34.11

A.I. bred to Saskvalley Stampede on 4/30/13. Pasture exposed to Studers Taylor Made from 6/19-7/16/13. Examined safe. A solid young *free cow from the Ruth family. Her mother 4429 has served as a donor cow at Leveldale and is noted for her herd bull making capabilities. Waukaru's new herd sire Leveldale Rocky 227 is a maternal bother to this cow. Take note of her powerful red Demand daughter this year. Lots of potential. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 948W

bd 03/09/2013

22a

red

heifer

polled

TEGM RED ADVANTAGE 100T 3/4 *x, red SULL RED DEMAND 9329 ET 7/8 *x, red KL MARIGOLD MARIA 974 *x, red RS DV729 01 034 04 x, red LEVELDALE RUTH 948W, red LEVELDALE RUTH 4429P, red

CE

2.2

BW

0.1

WW

24

YW

38

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

2

N/A

N/A

N/A

MW

14

MCE

1.5

CWT

15

REA

0.06

FAT MARB

A very stout red Demand daughter. Good fronted with lots of shape and dimension. She is backed with lots of power from the Ruth family, who are foundation cows at Leveldale. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 323A CE

N/A

BW

-0.4

WW

15

YW

28

Milk

3

MW

10

MCE

N/A

CWT

10

REA

0.08

-0.01

FAT

0.00

0.13

MARB

0.06

LEVELDALE CASSANDRA 328A *x4199157

LEVELDALE RED NAN 350A x4199167

bd 03/11/2013

bd 04/12/2013

23

rwm

heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R x, red STUDER'S TAYLOR MADE 7Y *x, red DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U *, r/w AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE CASSANDRA 904W *x, red KL CASSANDRIA 125TH x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

N/A

N/A

N/A

Lots of growth and performance with this March Taylor Made daughter. She has a tremendous amount of length and extension. Her dam is a powerful young Masterplan daughter that was a member of the Champion Pen of Heifers at 2010 NWSS. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

A-12

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 328A CE

N/A

BW

2.1

WW

28

YW

41

Milk

5

MW

18

MCE

N/A

CWT

N/A

REA

N/A

FAT MARB

24

roan

heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY SHERIFF 46S x, roan SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 395S x, roan RS DV729 01 034 04 x, red LEVELDALE RED NAN 928W x, red EF RED NAN 34 x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

N/A

N/A

N/A

The youngest heifer of the offering from Leveldale, that still looked pretty green on picture day, but she has as much shape and substance of all the heifer calves. An *free heifer out of our Canadian herd sire Saskvalley Unique. A little different pedigree, but still lots of quality. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 350A CE

N/A

BW

-1.4

WW

18

YW

28

Milk

2

MW

11

MCE

N/A

CWT

3

REA

-0.07

N/A

FAT

0.00

N/A

MARB

0.17


Bowman Superior Genetics Located in the heart of Shorthorn Country, BSG sees Shorthorn cattle in a little different light than simply just midwestern tradition; honest facts and the breed’s inevitable future drive our steady breeding program. With the recent progressive action and the promising vision of the American Shorthorn Association, BSG prefixed cattle are right for the times. We see the invaluable role that Shorthorn cattle can play in the beef business to make any cattleman, no matter your trade, profitable. This has proven to be true multiple times, with various BSG herd sires yielding the High Profitability Sire Group at the ASA’s Great State Feedout over recent years; including Top Hand, who represents nearly half of our offering. We believe that the modern Shorthorn animal should do many things well and we are committed to delivering cattle that can calve on their own, express measurable and realistic maternal traits, and turnout enough growth and carcass quality that the consumer, at the end of the chain, appreciates our product on their plate. We believe producers of high quality Shorthorns have more opportunity to reap the rewards of their efforts now, more than ever. We realize that good looking, average cattle are easy to come by. But we were honored to be asked to be part of the Investment Sale because good looking, hard-working, genetically exceptional cattle are the future of the Shorthorn breed and the cattle business; and that's what Les, Rick, and Phil are presenting on October 26. With our primary jobs off the farm, the cattle have to work for themselves. Nearly 100% of our 60 heifers calved on their own in 2013 with the exception of couple malpresentations.

an Phillip & Linda Bowm Scott & Laura Hamm & kids

Luke & Betsy Bowman

Sankey y a s d in L & y d Co

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-13


Cows

BSG HF DACE 935 OF 34R *x4156386 bd 03/05/2009

25

red

bred female

polled

RB EAGLE 239TH *x, red JSF TOP HAND 34R *x, roan MR LOVEMORE 8048 *, roan SHADYBROOK CENTURION 18L *x, red WHR DACE D 3904 ET *, red WR4 3 D RO5 *, roan $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-11.46

30.52

22.35

LE B935 CE

-6.0

BW

4.7

WW

20

YW

32

Milk

1

MW

11

Bred to BSG Lavish Lad 079 (*x4177844), should calve by sale day. Selling 100%. Owned with Sullivan Farms, Iowa. A picture perfect female MCE -1.3 that is absolutely flawless in type and kind. Only because we are trying to 7 CWT reduce our fall calving herd do we sell this female. The “Form to Function” is what defines this matriarch. I cannot think of a better opportunity for REA 0.21 anyone who wants a genetic outcross that will still make high phenotype -0.01 FAT cattle that will exhibit on the halter. Lad 079 is our in herd replacement for Alta Cedar Lad 13N that you’ll hear more from in the future. Lad 13N MARB 0.04 x red Rider 844 x Venture x Marc IV—How cool is is 079’s pedigree! BSG would be interested in splitting a flush with the new owner to Saskvalley Stampede 128S or Alta Cedar Lad 13N, if the owner so chooses. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

BSG SYLVIA 834 OF GOV *x4151260 bd 04/02/2008

26

red

bred female

polled

DUNBEACON VENTURE x, rwm NPS GOVERNOR ET *x, red NPS KILLIAN ROSE 760 *x, red BSG COPYRIGHT RD X *x, red BSG SYLVIA 608 CPY *, red BSG SYLVIA 113 MGR X *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-12.12

41.04

30.94

LE B834 CE

-5.7

BW

4.7

WW

30

YW

40

Milk

7

Bred to Saskvalley Bonanza 219M. Examined Safe. Due 3/8/14. Few MW 22 females have garnered as much attention from our program as Sylvia 834. -3.6 She has been used in many of our ads in the past and exemplifies they type MCE and kind that we try to produce in mass quantities in Greens Fork. Maybe CWT 4 more important is her production record on producing females better than -0.05 herself. Her two daughters have an average BW ratio of 105 and WW ratio REA average of 112—remarkable! Her 2011 daughter will likely wean off our 0.01 FAT heaviest bull calf this fall as a 2 year old. The Rosewood Sylvia cow line has 0.14 been on the farm since we started in the business in 1994. With longevity MARB and profitability like that, you know they have the form to function. Top 10% $BMI. BSG would be interested in splitting a flush with the new owner to Saskvalley Stampede 128S or Alta Cedar Lad 13N, if the owner so chooses. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

Spring Born Bred Heifers

BSG ALICIA LU 1204 OF 12M *4185123 bd 02/03/2012

27

red

bred heifer

horned

DFS RED RIDER 844 ET *x, red SBR RIDER 12M *x, red SBR STARLET 652 *, red BSG COPYRIGHT RD X *x, red BSG ALICIA LUANN 609 CPY *x, red BSG ALICIA LUANN 232 MGR *x, roan $CEZ

$F

$BMI

14.01

21.64

19.78

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 4/10/14. A very docile bred heifer that is extremely long bodied and good in her lines. She has plenty of shape and muscle; 1204 posted a 103 ratio for Ribeye Area (REA) among some super-stout contemporaries. The influence of Rider 12M and his progeny have been found to be very successful in the Jungels, Osterday, KOLT and Bowman herds. These cattle produce extremely well. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

A-14

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 1204 CE

0.5

BW

0.4

WW

7

YW

13

Milk

3

MW

6

MCE

-0.3

CWT

4

REA

0.05

FAT

-0.02

MARB

0.14


Task Force BSG MINNIE 1254 OF 105T *x4192940 bd 04/11/2012

28

roan

bred heifer

polled

SASKVALLEY RIPPER 260R x, rwm SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE 105T x, roan SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 73R x, roan NPS SIMPLY RED 101 ET *x, red BSG MINNIE 606 SR 101 *x, rwm BSG MINNIE GU 415 *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

15.01

36.09

29.85

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 4/15/14. When it comes to genetic merit, here’s one that will keep you in the beef cattle business. She defines the beef industry standard of “Spread” cattle, as she spreads Calving Easy and Low Birth Weight to breed leading Weaning and Yearling Weights at a huge margin. It’s easy to stay in the cattle business with stock like this; they won’t be a problem come calving season and they’ll make you the most dollars for pounds of calf weaned off come the fall. Add the look of Capiche, and you have a cool investment opportunity here. Top 5% $F, Top 10% $BMI.

LE 1254

30

bred heifer

$F

$BMI

15.06

27.981

25.92

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 3/20/14. The only Stampede daughter in the sale, and she’s backed by our most prolific cow family, the Cherry lineage. This heifer is put together very well and represents exactly what we have seen out of Stampede daughters; easy calving, long spined, good fleshing, attractive stock. Top 15% for Marbling- this one will improve quality wherever she goes. She might be your favorite sale day. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

SASKVALLEY RIPPER 260R x, rwm SASKVALLEY TASK FORCE 105T x, roan SASKVALLEY MAGGIE 73R x, roan BSG VINDICATOR RM *, rwm BSG WHITE ROSE 525 VIN *, white BSG WHITE ROSE 302 EF *x, white

0.7

WW

26

YW

42

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

4

14.27

43.49

39.57

MW

17

MCE

-0.2

CWT

1

REA

-0.15

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.01

LE 1223 CE

$CEZ

polled

BW

polled

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J x, roan SASKVALLEY STAMPEDE 128S x, roan SASKVALLEY DORA 70N x, red RHF MERGER ET *x, roan BSG RODEO CHERRY MGR 416 *x, rwm WHR RODEO CHERRY 4R03 *x, red

bred heifer

2.5

BSG CHERRY 1223 OF 128S *x4185140 red

29

white

CE

Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

bd 03/15/2012

BSG WHITE ROSE 1222 105T *x4185139 bd 03/14/2012

1.4

BW

1.0

WW

13

YW

23

Milk

2

MW

8

MCE

3.4

CWT

0

REA

-0.15

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.15

LE 1222 CE

2.5

BW

1.5

WW

30

YW

45

Milk

3

MW

18

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 3/1/14 This is one that is really hard to part with. The industry is demanding more documented MCE 1.2 genetic progress (measured and recorded calving ease, in tandem with 2 CWT growth and carcass traits) from Shorthorns in order to get their deserved place in the beef industry; and it is easy to predict that females like this will REA -0.03 lead the change. This one is freaky-good, being a leader in the entire -0.01 FAT population for WW, YW and the legitimate $Value Indexes of $F & $BMI [in the Top 2-3% respectively]. She is deep sided, big barreled and backed MARB 0.10 by the most proponent cow family that the breed has seen in the last 20 years, the Ka’Ba Rose T90 lineage. Rose 1222 ratioed 121 for WW, 114 for YW, 103 for REA, plus 106 for Marbling and is in the Top 15% for Calving Ease Direct. Folks, they haven’t made many Shorthorns like this one before. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

BSG BLEND BEEF 1268 051 *xAR58067 bd 04/28/2012

31

blk

bred heifer

polled

LE 1268

O C C PROTOTYPE 847P x, blk BSG BURRIS 051 x, blk N BAR BESSMERE B2244 x, blk JSF TOP HAND 34R *x, roan BSG CHERRY 973 OF 34R *x, red BSG CHERRY 625 GE ET *x, red

CE

N/A

BW

2.5

WW

12 18

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

YW

N/A

N/A

N/A

Milk

4

MW

10

Registered 50% Shorthorn x Angus Composite. Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 3/1/14. The use of Shorthorn genetics in the registered composite or commercial cattle business could be paramount if more cattlemen understood the premium & economic benefits of high marbling, docile cattle. Blend Beef 1268 exemplifies exactly what Shorthorns can do to black hided cattle-- make them better. She will add utility, maternal function, and quality form to any program. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

MCE

N/A

CWT

N/A

REA

N/A

FAT

N/A

MARB

N/A

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-15


Fall Born Bred Heifers

To shrink our fall calving herd, we hold over 100% of the female progeny and breed to calve in the spring.

BSG DREAM OF ME 165 34R *x4187912 bd 09/08/2011

32

Top Hand

roan

bred female

polled

RB EAGLE 239TH *x, red JSF TOP HAND 34R *x, roan MR LOVEMORE 8048 *, roan DFS RED RIDER 844 ET *x, red BSG DREAM OF ME V 748 OF 844 *, roan BSG DREAM OF ME 524 VIN *x, white $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-16.52

27.23

12.60

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 3/1/14. A really heavy muscled heifer that has been a standout since birth. 165 is our only consignment from the Dream Of Me cow family and we have only let 2 others ever leave. Ask Norman’s in IL or Cates Farms in IN how they have gotten along with merchandizing this unique cow family. These cattle are hard workers and wean off a big one every year. The calf that she is carrying by the Select Sires phenomenon, Capiche, could be big time.

Sire of Fall Born bred heifers from BSG.

LE B165 CE

-7.7

BW

5.6

WW

18

YW

29

Milk

6

MW

14

MCE

-2.8

CWT

1

REA

0.07

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.02

Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

BSG CHERRY 173 OF 34R *s4187919 bd 10/03/2011

33

roan

bred female

scurred

RB EAGLE 239TH *x, red JSF TOP HAND 34R *x, roan MR LOVEMORE 8048 *, roan JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan BSG CHERRY 806 OF JPJ ET *, roan WHR RODEO CHERRY 4R03 *x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-4.49

33.17

22.44

Scurred. Bred to JSF Capiche 46U, Examined Safe, Due 3/1/14. Power Cow Extraordinaire. Imagine all of the qualities that you want in a bigtime brood female; body width, rib shape and depth, massive hip, stout framework, easy fleshing, and muscle—and backed by a highly marketable and promising pedigree. Well, here she is. Cherry has been a spectacle to all that have seen her, but we saved her for the Investment Sale. Top 10% WW and $F. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

LE B173 CE

-3.8

BW

4.4

WW

23

YW

34

Milk

8

MW

19

MCE

1.2

CWT

3

REA

0.10

FAT

-0.01

MARB

0.03

BSG CHERRY 174 OF 34R *x4187920 bd 10/06/2011

34

white

bred female

polled

RB EAGLE 239TH *x, red JSF TOP HAND 34R *x, roan MR LOVEMORE 8048 *, roan CF TRUMP X *x, roan BSG CHERRY RENE 227 TPX ET *x, roan WHR RODEO CHERRY 4R03 *x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-12.76

29.78

12.28

Bred to JSF Capiche 46U. Examined Safe. Due 3/15/14. A high performing, big outlined Top Hand female that is attractively designed as can be found. And why shouldn’t she be, her pedigree is stacked with bulls known for making sleek-fronted, feminine made cattle. Use to add pounds to your calf crop without sacrificing look. Her mother is a full sister to the Cherry donor that put the Shorthorn program in full force at RC Show Cattle in Ohio. Being settled to Capiche is a mating dream come true. Bowman Superior Genetics, Greens Forks, Ind.

Popular heifer calf that sold at RC Show cattle sale that is bred very similar to the calf Cherry 174 is carrying—including the same cow family.

A-16

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE B174 CE

-6.4

BW

6.0

WW

19

YW

32

Milk

5

MW

15

MCE

0.1

CWT

9

REA

0.06

FAT

-0.02

MARB

0.04


Peak View Ranch In a year when retained ownership did not offer a profit in the great state feedout for any other participant Peak View Ranch posted a positive return. Peak View Ranch has done this every year since the inception of the program. These types of accomplishments don't occur by accident and are a result of an intense breeding program combined with stringent performance testing that has occurred uninterrupted since the herd was established in 1977. 100% of Peak View's calf crop is evaluated from birth to harvest or until they enter the breeding herd and then there production is closely monitored and stringently selected to improve the production merits of this herd of cattle. Our calf crop can be viewed at Tri County Feeders after October 4th. Peak View Ranch makes no exceptions on performance. Every open female or female needing assistance at calving as a mature animal is culled annually.We experience less than a 3% dystocia rate in our mature cow herd. Peak View's herd is part of the momentum in this great breed to create and maintain functional easy fleshing high performing docile cattle with eye appeal. This herd is composed of production oriented cattle designed to provide no non sense profits for serious minded cattlemen.

Lot 37 & 37a shorthorn country = october 2013

A-17


PEAK VIEW IRIS 14205 x4099364 bd 02/23/2005

35

red

bred female

polled

MEL-BAR RODEO DRIVE 347 *x, red BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY 3IA87 x, red RT GOLD LINK 57K ET *x, red PEAK VIEW IRIS *x, rwm HF KAREN 917 *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-0.84

28.41

47.78

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Leveldale Resolve from June 20th to August 1st. Take a look at this Byland Mission daughter. She is a clean fronted, long bodied female with abundant bone, rib and stifle and will raise what ever you want. Her pedigree will let you know she comes by it honestly. For us she has produced beautiful high performing daughters without calving issues that maintain flesh and eye appeal. Her Resolve daughter in this sale will tell you everything else about her you want to know.

LE 4205 CE

-3.0

BW

1.3

WW

17

YW

29

Milk

-5

MW

4

MCE

-0.3

CWT

0

REA

0.03

FAT

-0.04

MARB

0.02

Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

PEAK VIEW IRIS 19913 *x4200842 bd 04/07/2013

35a

red

heifer

polled

AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan LEVELDALE RESOLVE 117Y ET *x, red EF ROSEWOOD 1193, red BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW IRIS 14205 x, red PEAK VIEW IRIS *x, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

9.77

N/A

N/A

This heifer is special. She demonstrates what Leveldale genetics can do. She has all the functionality of a great Shorthorn female with the eye appeal, substance and structure to be a show heifer. Don’t miss this one. Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

LE 19913 CE

0.1

BW

0.5

WW

18

YW

28

Milk

0

MW

9

MCE

0.4

CWT

N/A

REA

N/A

FAT

N/A

MARB

N/A

PEAK VIEW CAROL 19512 *x4187749 bd 03/09/2012

36

rwm

bred female

polled

JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan SS RED ROCKET 911 *x, red SS MISS AVA JO 728 *, roan PEAK VIEW MASTER LINK *x, rwm PEAK VIEW CAROL 9805, red PEAK VIEW CAROL *x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-1.82

39.44

23.09

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Peak View Cosmo May 1st to June 15th. This heifer should interest most. She had the

highest ratio for yearling weight and 2nd highest ratio for ADG. She has done this maintaining a 5 frame score. Jake Alden saw this heifer as a calf and she stood out then. You won’t get an opportunity at one with this pedigree with a performance background like this very often. Her dam has produced herd sires and her pedigree holds some of the breed greats. Cosmo is a consistent calving ease sire that stamps a great pattern on his calves.

A-18

shorthorn country = october 2013

LE 19512 CE

-2.6

BW

3.2

WW

23

YW

41

Milk

3

MW

14

MCE

-1.5

CWT

-3

REA

-0.06

FAT

-0.05

MARB

0.19

Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.


PEAK VIEW MOET P1F 6004 x4117167 bd 03/23/2006

37

red

bred female

polled

JG RED CLOUD x, red GFS RED CLOUD 7026 x, red GFS COUNTESS 9101 x, red TAT 136M, red 7176M4, red TAT 895H6, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

37.02

14.54

9.13

LE 6004

38

bred female

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

-0.37

39.91

31.05

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Leveldale Resolve June 20th to August 1st. Here is a cow straight from the heart of our breeding program. She is hard to part with but we are excited to share the incredible attributes from the Sindelar program. She produced the top performing steer over purebred and crossbred steers in the ASA feedlot trial in 2012. She also produced in the same flush Bowmen’s pick of our bred heifers. While maintaining reasonable calving ease, she is a weaning and yearling performance power house in a frame 5 package.

polled

BYLAND GOLDEN EAGLE x, red BYLAND EAGLE'S NEST 1GE53 x, red BYLAND ELLEN 6E61, rwm GFS RED CLOUD 7026 x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1F 6004 x, red 7176M4, red

BW

-3.5

WW

1

YW

2

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

Milk

-5

19.05

25.24

25.23

MW

-4

polled

K-KIM IRISH ELITE *x, rwm K-KIM REVAMP *x, rwm HS JOHANNA 157RT *x, rwm DRC 176K2 x, red DRC 0140K1, red DRC 5133M1, red

heifer

6.7

PEAK VIEW MOET P1F 6012 x4117173 rwm

37a

red

CE

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Leveldale Resolve from 1.8 June 20th to August 1st. We can’t say enough about what this cow MCE represents. She is a flush mate to the bulls that ended birth weight issues CWT -19 and restored fleshing ability to our cow herd. As a heifer calf she was Nick -0.34 Hammetts pick of her flush mates. Besides her flush mates that were REA chosen as herd sires, her steer mate won the 1st ASA feedlot trial. He 0.03 FAT posted an ADG of 4.2 pounds and a feed efficiency of 5.2 with a prime + 0.14 MARB carcass. He did all this profitably in a year that nearly all other producers experienced a loss in the trial. She has produced herd sires for some of the most discriminating cattle operations. Do not purchase this cow unless you intend to produce cattle that create a profit! Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

bd 03/16/2006

PEAK VIEW RUBY 22313 x4200841 bd 04/17/2013

LE 6012 CE

-1.8

BW

1.6

WW

28

YW

47

Milk

-2

MW

12

MCE

3.0

CWT

13

REA

0.21

FAT

0.00

MARB

0.07

This heifer intrigues me. She has all the making of an easy fleshing soft maternal unit and then displays muscle expression and dimension with a pedigree that is abundant with hard hitting performance. This heifer could produce anything you want. Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

LE 22313 CE

2.5

BW

0.0

WW

13

YW

22

Milk

0

MW

6

MCE

1.8

CWT

-5

REA

-0.03

FAT

0.02

MARB

0.09

PEAK VIEW LAVENDER 22213 x4200839 bd 03/30/2013

38a

rwm

heifer

polled

LE 22213

ALTA CEDAR ROAN LAD 80L x, roan ALTA CEDAR LAD 13N x, red ALTA CEDAR LADY 5L x, roan K-KIM REVAMP *x, rwm PEAK VIEW MOET P1F 6012 x, rwm DRC 0140K1, red

CE

N/A

BW

1.7

WW

19 29

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

YW

N/A

N/A

N/A

Milk

1

MW

10

MCE

N/A

It’s no secret we have a preference for solid red cattle. Only under those circumstances would one with this pedigree and performance leave our operation. Alta Cedar Lad needs no introduction. His progeny are rare and his marbling influence and ranking on the Tri County Feeders Sire Summary says it all. He has breed changing genetics for carcass merit. This female is the epitome of the feminine production unit with all the eye appeal you could want. Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

CWT

6

REA

0.05

FAT

0.02

MARB

0.09

Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

shorthorn country = october 2013

A-19


PEAK VIEW JOY20308 x4143872 bd 03/16/2008

39

red

bred female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red RB EAGLE 226TH x, red PEAK VIEW JOY 2ND 13106, rwm PEAK VIEW JOY 2ND x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

10.49

23.32

28.57

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Leveldale Resolve June 20th to August 1st. We all talk about the moderate, deep ribbed, functionally correct beef cow. Here she is! Peak View Joy is a combination of popular Shorthorn genetics titrated to perform and excel in western range production. She is a model of what “Mo” has made himself famous for, outstanding performance without birth weight issues in red eye appealing cattle. We will put her up against any cow of any breed to define the ultimate maternal production unit.

LE 20308 CE

-0.1

BW

1.1

WW

17

YW

21

Milk

0

MW

8

MCE

0.9

CWT

-9

REA

-0.15

FAT

-0.02

MARB

-0.13

Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

PEAK VIEW JOY 27013 4200840 bd 04/13/2013

39a

red

heifer

horned

LE 27013

BYLAND GOLDEN EAGLE x, red BYLAND EAGLE'S NEST 1GE53 x, red BYLAND ELLEN 6E61, rwm PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red PEAK VIEW JOY20308 x, red PEAK VIEW JOY 2ND 13106, rwm $CEZ

$F

$BMI

9.41

28.49

28.77

This heifer exemplifies what the work is all about. Here is a heifer backed by all the performance of the Byland Program. She is also from a cow line that combines Sindelar, Rocker Brothers, and Peak View genetics. She could do anything for her new owners. Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

CE

0.1

BW

1.6

WW

20

YW

30

Milk

2

MW

12

MCE

1.5

CWT

1

REA

0.06

FAT

0.00

MARB

-0.05

PEAK VIEW DOVER 19112 x4187746 bd 05/01/2012

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red

bred female

polled

BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x, red DRC 786T1, red DRC239CM x, red PEAK VIEW DOVER 14805 x, red 7176M4, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

17.95

27.69

29.05

Pasture exposed and confirmed pregnant to Peak View Cosmo from May 1st to June 15th. Here is a heifer bred with Sindelar genetics and balanced EPDs. She is a great example that you can have calving ease and performance. She is a deep red, feminine, maternal appearing heifer that will not disappoint you at calving time. Cosmo is a consistent calving ease sire that stamps a great pattern on his calves. Peak View Ranch, Fowler, Colo.

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LE 19112 CE

2.5

BW

-0.4

WW

18

YW

27

Milk

0

MW

9

MCE

0.8

CWT

-9

REA

-0.26

FAT

0.00

MARB

-0.04


Semen

50% of all semen to the Shorthorn sales will go fo r us e to fu rt Foundation Shorthorn Progra he r Ju ni or ge ne ti c im pr ov ms and ASA ed uc at io n pr og em en t an d ta ke th e ti m e tora m s. P le as e three living sires lo ok at th e and the many of fs pr in g of fe re d w he n at Leveldale.

AR SU LU MASTER PLAN 355

STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y

AR SU LU MASTER PLAN 355 *x4072635

STUDER’S TAYLOR MADE 7Y *x4176051

bd 03/16/2003

bd 02/01/2011

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roan

reference sire

polled

LE 355

CF TRUMP X *x, roan MF PACER *x, red REXLAINE RUBERT'S ROMANCE *x, roan DR OUTLOOK *x, rwm BS ROAN MIST *x, roan BS RED MIST 12 *x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

12.02

34.71

38.31

CE

1.0

BW

0.7

WW

26

YW

32

Milk

5

18 Selling two packages of five units each. Masterplan's MW ownership was initially shared with Doug Inness of the MCE -1.2 outstanding Inness Farms program, who had purchased 5 him in the Baukenhus sale ( we did not send enough CWT money on our bid to purchase him). We were optimism REA 0.06 that he would contribute to our program being the deepest 0.01 FAT son of MF Pacer, with testicles at one year of over 40cm, a great hoof and foot, adequate flexibility, not to straight in MARB -0.02 his makeup, coming from a dam with low birth weight on her calves and top performance on her weaning weights, a good udder and calving interval. He proved to be better than expected. He demonstrated good calving ease direct and in the last decade we have only assisted one 2 y/o daughter. He sires daughters with good udders, heifers rebreed, his bulls have thickness and large testicles with a great hoof and foot. Yes, he also has been shown to be homozygous polled. Ultrasound data has proven his performance as a sire to be better than his pedigree driven data. Yes, he can give you the show look with all the extras. Check out his daughters and sons in the sale. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

42

red

reference sire

polled

MURIDALE MASTER 24M x, red SASKVALLEY RAMROD 155R x, red SASKVALLEY DARLING 70M x, red SCHMIDT'S SOUL TRAIN *x, roan DSF COUNTRY DANCER 42U *, r/w DSF COUNTRY DANCER 24P x, r/w

LE 7Y CE

-2.1

BW

2.7

WW

26

$CEZ

$F

$BMI

YW

44

-0.83

37.53

29.79

Milk

0

Selling two packages of five units each. Ask Dale Studer 13 what he thinks. Those who know Dale, know he will tell MW you. We acquired possession of Taylor Made just after he MCE -0.5 turned a year, Scott Wall asked me what he looked like. I -1 told him that he was very long and level topped as well as CWT the deepest made Shorthorn bull I had had seen in decades REA -0.02 and was not fat. I described him to Scott as looking like a -0.01 FAT very good Angus bull with more muscle. He has proven to not disappoint. None of his calves out of cows hit 100lbs at MARB 0.06 birth this spring. Several females carry his service and top calves are also represented in the sale. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

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JSF PRINCE OF JAZZ 12W *x4152592 bd 02/27/2009

43

red

reference sire

polled

JAKE'S PROUD LEADER 243H *, roan JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan JAKE'S JAZZY 250J *x, red KL FOREMOST ACHIEVER x, red JSF PRINCESS LAURA 61T *x, rwm PRINCESS LAURAKL *x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

28.45

24.27

32.41

Selling two packages of five units each. JSF Prince of Jazz Purchased in Denver from Jungels Shorthorns, he had a great young dam who weaned in him the top birth to weaning spread in the herd and re-bred immediately. She continues to perform highly with a great udder. He had the highest rib eye/ 100wt at the NWSS. He has proven consistency with calving ease and moderation of frame. His daughters have the good udders. He is DS free.

LE 12W CE

5.2

BW

-1.3

WW

14

YW

20

Milk

4

MW

11

MCE

2.8

CWT

-6

REA

0.02

FAT

-0.01

MARB

-0.03

Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LEVELDALE ROCKY 227Z ET *x4191254 bd 03/15/2012

44

red

reference sire

polled

MF PACER *x, red AR SU LU MASTERPLAN 355 *x, roan BS ROAN MIST *x, roan RB EAGLE 148TH x, red LEVELDALE RUTH 4429P, red SS MISSIE RUTH 2B3, roan $CEZ

$F

$BMI

4.87

34.01

31.06

LE 227Z CE

-1.1

BW

1.7

WW

26

YW

32

Milk

4

Selling two packages of five 17 units each. Full possession was purchased by Waukaru MW Farms. He had the highest ribeye per 100wt in Denver -2.4 MCE 2013 NWSS and indexed highest in our yearling bulls in 9 IMF. --- a very rare combination. His photo shows you that CWT he is not just a data bull. His dam and sibs are leaders in 0.17 REA our program. His dam has produced many top bulls and -0.01 females for leading herds. His full sister was the top selling FAT heifer in Denver and Pick of our Champion Pen in 2010. -0.04 MARB She is doing a great job for Maple Stone for the Ridler's in Ontario. She has sons in several top herds. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

SASKVALLEY UNIQUE 335U x4171002 bd 05/11/2008

45

roan

reference sire

polled

SASKVALLEY ULTRA 12J x, roan SASKVALLEY SHERIFF 46S x, roan GAR-LIND GENDA 50N x, rwm SASKVALLEY NAVAJO 153M x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 395S x, roan SASKVALLEY MARIANNE 25M x, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

35.72

33.13

44.64

Selling two packages of five units each. A double bred Ultra 12 J with a great spread for birth to weaning in a moderate package. He represenst proven genetics that are unusual in the USA and * Free. He proved the only thing in question his first summer when he shed his coat of hair and maintained himself in heat and humidity. He can drop your frame score without taking away muscle.We are excited about his daughters in the herd and herd bulls he has sired. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

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LE AEN335U CE

7.4

BW

-1.7

WW

19

YW

20

Milk

2

MW

12

MCE

4.2

CWT

-2

REA

-0.04

FAT

0.00

MARB

0.14


PEAK VIEW MOET P1M 6001 ET x4117166 bd 03/10/2006

red

reference bull

polled

MEL-BAR RODEO DRIVE 347 *x, red BYLAND MISSION 6RD112 *x, red BYLAND CINDY BEAUTY 3IA87 x, red DRC 3T, red DRC 786T1, red DRC 793L, red $CEZ

$F

$BMI

-6.10

26.76

33.23

Sires attractive deep red, level topped, good uddered, females and bulls with great feet, legs, and testicles --- that make money for those who feed cattle. Two year old daughters calve easily and breed back. Contact Leveldale or PeakView if interested in a semen share. High quality semen is prepared and stored for shipment to many parts of the world. Proven genetics that consistently make money in the feedlot and make attractive packages. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

LE 6001 CE

-4.3

BW

2.1

WW

27

YW

34

Milk

-2

MW

11

MCE

-1.8

CWT

-10

REA

-0.21

FAT

-0.04

MARB

-0.37

SERVICE AGE BULLS Service age bulls ready for private treaty sale. The fall bulls offered privately have an average rib eye of greater than 15 at 12 months age, frame score 5.5-6, testicular measurements of 39- 39.5 cm, and weigh an average of around 1,200 lbs. They are red, polled, and powerful. Two are ET calves and one is a natural calf, all from our Rosewood cow family. Watch for videos to be posted in October. Leveldale Farms, Mason City, Ill.

Scott Wall - 309-212-5450 Providing embryo transfer services as well as genetic and reproductive consultation.

LEVELDALE ROLEX 276Z

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SELLING: 55-60 Lots Bred Females Show Heifers Cow/Calf Pairs Bull Calves Fancy Show Steers Semen Many Champion and Reserve Champions came out of last years sale!

Live Internet Bidding 816.392.9241 Giving away three- $100 gift certificates for a junor to put toward the purchase of an animal.

Consignors: Hi-View Shorthorns Phil Raisbeck Lancaster, Wisconsin 608-732-0180

Gordons Ferry Farm Keith Hueneke Bellevue, Iowa 563-599-1216

Langhoff Family Shorthorns BISH April B209

Fringe Heifer

Heifers like these sell October 27, 2013 Three time champion, eight time reserve champion, Heifer calves like these Sell October 27, 2013 third in class at Forth Worth and Houston, one time overall showmanship champion Sold in 2012 Cedar Valley Sale to Justin Nelson

Brad & Denise Langhoff Marion, Iowa 319-360-2471

Tjaden Shorthorns Mike Tjaden Springville, Iowa 319-929-5508

Laban’s Roanoke Farm Joe Laban Bernard, Iowa 563-542-3155

Bishell Family Cattle, LLC Andy Bishell Mineral Point, Wisconsin 608-732-2404

Bakema Family Shorthorns

Kolt Saphire x Eldorado

Double Stuff Heifer

Cedar Valley Shorthorn Sale Find us on Facebook!

Alexander, Iowa Eric: 641-425-2960 Duane: 515-571-8271 Ebarkema@qwestoffice.net

Sale Information: Brad & Denise Langhoff Marion, Iowa 319-360-2471 • bdlanghoff@gmail.com


=Show Reports Wyoming State Fair Major PACE Show 43 head - Judge: Jim McDougald, Friant, Calif. by Jake Alden Grand and Junior Bull Champion was GSC Sonny 183, shown by, Greg Cardey, Merced, Calif.

JT Betty Angel 259, whown by JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif.., was named the Grand and Junior Champion Female.

JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif., exhibited the Reserve Grand and Junior Calf Champion Bull, JT Gold Label 589.

Picture not available The Reserve Champion and Reserve Junior Champion Female, PLC Kiss This 212 GS shown by Ty Shockley, Wheatland, Wyo.

The Wyoming State Fair was the site for the Area 2 Rotational PACE Show held on August 14, 2013. Jim McDougald of Friant, Calif., had the opportunity to sort the first ever PACE Show at the Wyoming State Fair consisting of 43 head. Grand Champion Bull and Junior Champion Bull was awarded to GSC Sonny 183, owned by Greg Cardey, Merced, Calif. This son of CAS Sonny B721 was born January 2, 2012. Reserve Champion and Junior Bull Calf Champion went to JT Gold Label 589, owned by JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif. This January 6, 2013 bull was sired by CAS Sonny B721. Taking Champion Female and Junior Champion Female honors was JT Betty Angel 259. JT Ranch owned this March 5, 2012 daughter of CAS Sonny B721. Reserve Champion and Reserve Junior Champion Female went to PLC Kiss This 212 GS. The April 2, 2012 daughter of Phildon Get Serious was exhibited by Ty Shockley, Wheatland, Wyo. Other Champions Include: Reserve Junior Champion Bull – LC Gold Label 184, owned by Greg

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Cardey. Reserve Junior Bull Calf Champion – OCC Yellowstone SC 302, owned by Cassie & Kody Newkirk, Powell, Wyo. Senior Bull Calf Champion – JT Gold Label 536, owned by JT Ranch. Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion – GSC Gold Label 487, owned by Greg Cardey. Intermediate Champion Bull – LC Sonny 352, owned by Don Cardey, Turlock, Calif. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull – LC Gold Label 344, owned by Don Cardey. Senior Champion Bull – LC Gold Label 44, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Senior Champion Bull – GSC Sonny 21, owned by Greg Cardey. Junior Heifer Calf Champion – LC Welcome Lady 643, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Heifer Calf Champion – Shalimar Lilac 3807, owned by Adam Edmund, Harrison, Neb. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – LC Augusta Pat 544, owned by Don Cardey.

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Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion – GSC Rosie Ransom 561, owned by Greg Cardey. Intermediate Champion Female – LC Welcome Lady 338, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female – GSC Rosie Ransom 402, owned by Greg Cardey. Senior Champion Female – JT Betty Angel 53, owned by JT Ranch. Reserve Senior Champion Female – LC Augusta Pat 51, owned by Don Cardey. Class Placings Include: Early Spring Heifer Calves (4 shown) – 1) LC Welcome Lady 643, owned by Don Cardey, Turlock, Calif.; 2) Shalimar Lilac 3807, owned by Adam Edmund, Harrison, Neb.; 3) GSC Princess 646, owned by Greg Cardey, Merced, Calif. Junior Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) GSC Rosie Ransom 586, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC North Queen 587, owned by Don Cardey. Winter Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) LC Augusta Pat 544, owned by Don Cardey; 2) GSC Rosie Ransom 561, owned by Greg Cardey. continued on page 63


Saturday, 12:30 p.m. October 19, 2013

Lot 1

Dam of Lot 2

Lot 1 this year is Woodside Banner Dream *x, Junior Heifer Calf Champion at the West Virginia State Fair. She is sired by Studer’s Precision 92S *x and out of our three time division champion at West Virginia, Woodside Dream With Me x by GFS Creole 9590 ET *x. Lot 2 is Woodside Chosen Dream *x, a daughter of our other feature sire, Woodside Bold Banker *x out of the 2008 West Virginia Reserve Junior Calf Champion, shown here, who is also a daughter of Woodside Dream With Me. We highly recommend these two prime examples of our Dream Girl cow family that has been so good to us for over 25 years.

This year’s 33rd edition of the Keystone Autumn Klassic Features 55 Lots of Open and Bred Heifers, Bred Cows, Herd Bull Prospects and a great Donation Lot. Sale held at Woodside Farm, Waynesburg, Pa. Pre-sale get together buffet dinner at 7:00 p.m., Friday October 18, 2013.

Donation Lot -

The Lay Family of Madisonville, Tenn., has donated five units of GFS Creole 9590 ET *x semen with all the proceeds going to support the Tennessee Junior Shorthorn Association. Semen will be available sale day and delivery can be arranged further East, South or to Louisville or to the Midwest. He is not available on the open market. Take advantage of a rare opportunity and support a good cause.

Lot 37

Lot 37A

Masonic Village is bringing four bred heifers and two cow-heifer calf pairs like Lots 37 and 37A shown here. 37 is a five-year-old daughter of MH Gold Charm out of a Schrag cow by MSF Equity-AF Dividend’s Impact. 37A is a March 18 daughter of WB Top Gun 09 ET *x, a Jake’s Proud Jazz-WB Cheyennes My Girl 05 ET *x

Lot 30 Maple Stone Farm is a new consignor this year and are bringing two bred and three open heifers including this fancy, big bodied Lot 30 heifer sired by Capiche out of a full sister to the legendary Horseshoe Creek donor, New Beginnings Elsie’s Jade.

See dozens of new and updated photos by 6:00 p.m. Friday October 18th at www.woodsideshorthorns.com

Lot 22 Swallow Farms had the lead off bred heifer last year and return with 4 more this year including Lot 22 by Circle K Red Pepper Jazz out of a AF SL Sin City – BCC Double Down 1E cow.

Ankeny J&J Humphreys will bring four of their always popular bred heifers. This year’s group are all bred to DRM Ankeny 214 *x, the second top selling bull at this year’s Iowa Royal sired by DF Waco.

Woodside Farm

Bradley & Shirley Eisiminger 379 Woodside Road Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370 724-627-7240 • cell: 724-998-0424

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=Show Reports Kentucky State Fair Major PACE Show 47 head - Judge: Lydell Meier, Clinton, Tenn. by Audrey Hambright Grand and Senior Bull Champion was MFK Professional X, shown by, MFK Shorthorns, Smithfield, Ky.

Shoufler Binnie Assets ET, shown by Kyle Shoufler, Fortville, Ind., was named the Grand and Intermediate Champion Female. Hugh Moore, Jr., Jerseyville, Ill., exhibited the Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Bull, HC Marksman 25Z.

The Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Female, CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind.

Lydell Meier of Clinton, Tenn., evaluated 47 entries for the Kentucky State Fair Invitational PACE Show on Friday, August 23, 2013 in Louisville, Ky. Grand and Senior Champion Bull was awarded to MFK Professional X, shown by MFK Shorthorns, Smithfield, Ky. This September 2011 bull is sired by Abertees The Professor. Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Bull distinction went to HC Marksman 25Z, shown by Hugh Moore, Jr., Jerseyville, Ill. This March 2012 bull is sired by HS Slick Trail 4275YY. Grand and Intermediate Champion Female went to Shoufler Binnie Assets ET, shown by Kyle Shoufler, Fortville, Ind. This May 2012 female is sired by SULL GNCC Asset ET. Selected as Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Female was CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind. This March 2012 female is sired by CF Solution X ET. Other division champions include: Senior Champion Female -

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Shoulfer Playmates Bell 120, shown by Kyle Shoufler. Reserve Senior Champion Female Waymar Killian Rose 220, shown by Sarah Moore, Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Junior Champion Bull 3D Moonshine, shown by Orry Williams, Elizabethtown, Ky. Reserve Junior Champion Female CF BCL Proud Fool 286, shown by Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind. Intermediate Champion Bull - MFK Injun Jo 132K X, shown by MFK Shorthorns. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull - MM Zeppelin 103 12, shown by Hugh Moore, Jr. Intermediate Champion Female SULL Very Rose Mary ET, shown by Oler Farm, Economy, Ind. Senior Bull Calf Champion - DFM Wild Card, shown by Jeffrey McCall, Crestwood, Ky. Reserve Senior Bull Calf Champion - SG Cash Reward ET, shown by Sarah Conley, Georgetown, Ky. Senior Heifer Calf Champion SharBen Pop Diva 596 ET, shown by SharBen Shorthorns, Sharpsburg, Ky.

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Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion - SG Destiny’s Reward, shown by Sarah Conley, Georgetown, Ky. Junior Bull Calf Champion - RFSS White Lightning, shown by Respite Farm, Inc, Paris, Ky. Junior Heifer Calf Champion MM Annadelle CM26A, shown by Clayton Poppe, Jerseyville, Ill. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion - RFSS Mona Lisa’s Feather, shown by Respite Farm, Inc., Paris, Ky. Pair of Bulls (1 shown) – 1) MFK Shorthorns. Pair of Females (5 shown) - 1) Kyle Shoufler; 2) SharBen Shorthorns; 3) MFK Shorthorns. Get of Sire (1 shown) – 1) Rocky Ridge Rockafella, shown by Houston Gillenwater, Tompkinsville, Ky. Super Cow (3 shown) – 1) WHR Poppin Lady 2144, SharBen Shorthorns, 2) MFK DR Majorette K117, MFK Shorthorns; 3) GCC/SF Destiny Best 48 ET, Sarah Conley. Best Six Head (1 shown) – 1) MFK Shorthorns. Class placings include: Junior Heifer Calves (2 shown) - 1)


MM Annadelle CM 26A, shown by Clayton Poppe; 2) RFSS Mona Lisa’s Feather, shown by Respite Farm, Inc. Winter Heifer Calves (2 shown) - 1) MM Darlene 103 12, shown by Clayton Poppe; 2) MFK Daphney 332K X, shown by MFK Shorthorns. Winter Heifer Calves (4 shown) - 1) SharBen Pop Diva 598 ET, shown by SharBen Shorthorns; 2) OF Princess Hula, shown by Oler Farm; 3) MFK Fantasia X, shown by MFK Shorthorns. Senior Heifer Calves (4 shown) -1) SharBen Pop Diva 596 ET, shown by SharBen Shorthorns; 2) SG Destiny’s Reward ET, shown by Sarah Conley; 3) DFM Star Gaze, shown by David and Fran McCall, Shelbyville, Ky. Senior Heifer Calves (2 shown) - 1) GSF Lady Luck 231, shown by Houston Gillenwater; 2) WZ Goldie Lynn 05Z, shown by Blaine Bowman, Nicholasville, Ky. Summer Yearling Females (1 shown) - 1) Foolish Mona 048, shown by Mattie Beth Williams, Fountain Run, Ky. Late Spring Yearling Females (3 shown) - 1) Shoufler Binnie Assets ET, shown by Kyle Shoufler; 2) SULL Very Rose Mary ET, shown by Oler Farm; 3) MFK Kentucky Rose 11, shown by MFK Shorthorns.

Early Spring Yearling Females (4 shown) - 1) LCCC Augusta Pride 1212 ET, shown by Madilyn Conrad, Dover, Fla.; 2) CC Martindell Dollys Ace, shown by Carter Mobley, Manchester, Ky.; 3) Shoufler Playmate JPJ 121, shown by Matthew Wallace, Dry Ridge, Ky. Early Spring Yearling Females (3 shown) - 1) CF BCL Proud Fool 286, shown by Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.; 2) MF Queen Beauty 18Z, shown by Jaycie Health, Shelbyville, Ky.; 3) CSF Augusta Pride BSZ4 ET, shown by Anna Conrad, Dover, Fla. Early Spring Yearling Females (3 shown) - 1) CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris; 2) MF Absolutely Dora, shown by Staton Bowman, Nicholasville, Ky.; 3) Robjoy Carmele 312, shown by Orry Williams, Elizabethtown, Ky. Early Spring Yearling Females (3 shown) - 1) SULL Fools Delite 2059 ET, shown by Respite Farm, Inc.; 2) TRNR Stars Gizmo Girl 1 ET, shown by Ally Knore, Paris, Ky.; 3) SULL Mona Lisa Lady ET, shown by Respite Farm, Inc. Junior Yearling Females (3 shown) 1) Shoulfer Playmates Bell 120, shown by Kyle Shoulfer; 2) Waymar Killian Rose 220, shown by Sarah Moore; 3)

LCF Empress Diamond 120, shown by Eliza Hurst, Lancaster, Ky. Senior Yearling Females (3 shown) 1) MFK Ruby Red Raven X, shown by MFK Shorthorns; 2) SharBen Mae Rae 550, shown by Rachael Drumm, Winchester, Ky.; 3) Twisted Sister, shown by Houston Gillenwater. Junior Bull Calf (1 shown) - 1) RFSS White Lightning, shown by Respite Farm, Inc. Winter Bull Calf (1 shown) - 1) MFK Cochise 322K X, shown by MFK Shorthorns. Senior Bull Calves (2 shown) - 1) DFM Wild Card, shown by Jeffrey McCall, Crestwood, Ky.; 2) SG Cash Reward ET, Sarah Conley. Summer Yearling Bulls (2 shown) 1) MFK Injun Jo 132K X, shown by MFK Shorthorns; 2) MM Zeppelin 103 12, shown by Hugh Moore, Jr. Early Spring Yearling Bulls (2 shown) - 1) HC Marksman 25Z, shown by Hugh Moore, Jr.; 2) 3D Moonshine, shown by Orry Williams. Junior Yearling Bull (1 shown) - 1) Tornado, shown by Houston Gillenwater. Senior Yearling Bull (1 shown) - 1) MFK Professional X, shown by MFK Shorthorns. =

continued from page 60 Senior Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) JT Betty Angel 466, owned by JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif.; 2) LC Welcome Lady 465, owned by Don Cardey. Summer Yearling Females (2 shown) – 1) GSC Rosie Ransom 402, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC Catherine 419, owned by Don Cardey. Late Spring Yearling Females (1 shown) – 1) LC Welcome Lady 338, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Yearling Females (5 shown) - 1) JT Betty Angel 259, owned by JT Ranch; 2) PLC Kiss This 212 GS, owned by Ty Shockley, Wheatland, Wyo.; 3) BVH Iris 207, owned by Britton Van-Heule, Thermopolis, Wyo. Junior Yearling Females (2 shown) – 1) LC North Queen 224, owned by Don Cardey; 2) GSC Rosie Ransom 235, owned by Greg Cardey. Senior Yearling Females (2 shown) – 1) JT Betty Angel 53, owned by JT Ranch; 2) LC Augusta Pat 51, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Bull Calves (6 shown)

– 1) OCC Yellowstone SC 302, owned by Cassie and Kody Newkirk, Powell, Wyo.; 2) OCC Shoshone SC 305, owned by Cassie and Kody Newkirk; 3) LC Gold Label 689, owned by Don Cardey. Junior Bull Calves (3 shown) – 1) JT Gold Label 589, owned by JT Ranch; 2) LC Sonny 601, owned by Don Cardey; 3) Hondo, owned by Lexi Asa, Lingle, Wyo. Winter Bull Calves (2 shown) – 1) GSC Sonny 523, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) JT Gold Label 553, owned by JT Ranch. Senior Bull Calves (2 shown) – 1) JT Gold Label 536, owned by JT Ranch; 2) GSC Gold Label 487, owned by Greg Cardey. Summer Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) GSC Sonny 438, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) GSC Gold Label 415, owned by Greg Cardey. Late Spring Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) LC Sonny 352, owned by Don Cardey; 2) LC Gold Label 344, owned by Don Cardey. Junior Yearling Bulls (2 shown) –

1) GSC Sonny 183, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC Gold Label 184, owned by Don Cardey. Senior Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) LC Gold Label 44, owned by Don Cardey; 2) GSC Sonny 21, owned by Greg Cardey. Pair of Females (5 shown) – 1) JT Ranch, 2) Don Cardey; 3) Greg Cardey. Pair of Bulls (5 shown) – 1) Greg Cardey; 2) Don Cardey; 3) Cassie & Kody Newkirk. Super Cow (5 shown) – 1) GC Sweatheart 7013, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC Welcome Lady 6160, owned by Don Cardey; 3) LC Welcome Lady 6339, owned by Don Cardey. Get-of-Sire (5 shown) – 1) CAS Sonny B721, owned by Don Cardey; 2) DJD Gold Label 290X, owned by Don Cardey; 3) DJD Gold Label 290X, owned by Greg Cardey. Best Six Head (5 shown) – 1) Don Cardey; 2) JT Ranch; 3) Greg Cardey. =

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=New & Notes Farewell Tribute Arlan Inghart Stangeland, age 83, died on July 2, 2013 at his home on Lake Lizzie. Arlan was born on February 8, 1930 in Fargo, ND to Inghart and Pearl (Olson) Stangeland. He attended the first eight grades at Oak Mound School. He graduated from Moorhead High School where he participated in football and music. He was baptized and confirmed at Pontoppidan Lutheran Church in Fargo. He was active in church choir throughout much of his life. For several decades, he was a frequent soloist at weddings and funerals and often sang duets with his mother. On June 24, 1950, he married his life partner, Virginia Trowbridge. After a brief stint working on the railroad, Arlan joined his father-in-law at Trowbridge Farms and worked for many years with his father-in-law and brothers-in-law before buying Deerhorn Farm in 1966. He raised a variety of crops and many types of animals: Registered Shorthorns, hogs, sheep, chickens, and registered Brittany Spaniels. He especially loved cattle and was President of the Minnesota Shorthorn Association and served for many years on their board of directors. Arlan was a natural leader and public

servant. Throughout his life he was the Sunday School Superintendent and President of the Brotherhood at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Barnesville. For years, he cooked lutefisk at the annual church supper. He served on the Barnesville School Board. He was active in several farm organizations and the Republican Party. In 1966, Arlan was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives where he served for 8 years. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1977 - 1990. While in Congress, Arlan served on the Agriculture Committee where he was the ranking member of cotton, rice, and sugar. He was instrumental in keeping the sugar program in the 1985 farm bill. He also served on Public Works and Transportation where he was the ranking member on water resources. He was the co-founder of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, and he was active in the Congressional Prayer Breakfast. Arlan retired to Lake Lizzie where he enjoyed fishing, woodworking, and having coffee with friends. Arlan was an avid Bridge player. While in Congress, he represented the United States in a contest with legislators from Great Britain. Arlan loved people. He

Fun at the Ohio Shorthorn Picnic

Ohio Shorthorn Association members gathered on August 11, 2013 for the annual Ohio Shorthorn Picnic hosted by Turner Shorthorns of Somerset, Ohio. Attendees enjoyed a potluck lunch, viewing cattle, contests and door prizes. Montie Soules, American Shorthorn Association executive secretary, was the featured speaker and addressed current issues within the Shorthorn breed and cattle industry.

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was in a local ROMEO group, played Bridge several times a week, and continued to meet with classmates from Moorhead High School several times a year. He loved his family and friends and faithfully kept in contact with aging relatives and friends. He spent many hours in his wood working shop creating gifts for grandchildren. Arlan is survived by his wife of 63 years, Virginia; his children; David of Amarillo, TX; Beth (Darrel Randklev) of Grand Forks; Brian of West Fargo; Jean of Pelican Rapids; Todd (Erica) of Otsego; Jeff of Barnesville; and Stuart (Pam) of Springfield, Mo.; 10 grandchildren and a grand son-in-law. Also surviving him are a brother, Loren (Vivian) of Richland, WA; and a sister, Sonja Diehl of Fargo; and sisters-in-law, Bert Stangeland of Moorhead; Peggy Gunderson of Boring, OR; Mary Trowbridge of Barnesville; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; in-laws, Hugh and Delia Trowbridge; a brother, Gordon; brothers-in-law, Harlan Diehl, Perry Trowbridge, and Gordon Gunderson; in-laws, Don and Marion Anderson; Arvid and Delia Shulstad; and granddaughter, Morgan. =

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Donald Bryce Pope, son of Scott and Erin Pope, was born April 28th, 2013. He weighed 8lbs 1oz and was 21in. long. His grandparents are : Jennie Pope, the late Don Pope, Nora Poland and Chuck Poland. Aunts and Uncles are: Pam and Matt Herzog, Shelly and Shane Butcher, Donna and Jeff Gamons, Christian and Tracey Poland, and Stacy and Brad Mitchell.


Indiana State Fair ShorthornPlus Show 11 head - Judge: Mark Hoge by Audrey Hambright Grand and Junior Champion ShorthornPlus Female was Moonlight 1Z, shown by Sydney Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. SULL Black Hottie 2184, shown by Konner Kirkpatrick, Aville, Ind., was named the Reserve and Senior Champion ShorthornPlus Female.

Open ShorthornPlus Show Indiana State Fair – August 8, 2013, Judge: Mark Hoge, 11 head Grand and Junior Champion ShorthornPlus Female was awarded to Moonlight 1Z, shown by Sydney Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. The April 2012 female is sired by BPF Mercedes Benz 131U. Reserve and Senior Champion Female went to SULL Black Hottie 2184, shown by Konner Kirkpatrick, Avilla, Ind. The February 2012 female is sired by FSF Hardline 7143.

Reserve Junior Champion Female – RFL Storm Queen 2Z, shown by Xavier Ferris. Intermediate Champion Female – Kira, shown by Claire Richards, Bloomington, Ind. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – SANK Lady Rose 812, shown by Luke Murphy, Crawfordsville, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion – BWS Chaz’s Crimson Lady, shown by Chaz McClain, Bryant, Ind. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion – FL Darla 815, shown by Matt Fry, Roachdale, Ind.

Other champions include: Reserve Senior Champion Female RFL Valentine Carmele 1Z, shown by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind.

Class placings include: Junior Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) BWS Chaz’s Crimson Lady, shown by Chaz McClain; 2) FL Darla 815,

shown by Matt Fry. Senior Heifer Calves (1 shown) – 1) SANK Lady Rose 812, shown by Luke Murphy. Summer Yearling Females (1 shown) – 1) Kira, shown by Claire Richards. Early Spring Yearling Females (4 shown) – 1) Moonlight 1Z, shown by Sydney Stephenson; 2) RFL Storm Queen 2Z, shown by Xavier Ferris, 3) Shoufler Lady’s Ring, shown by Kyle Shoufler, Fortville, Ind. Junior Yearling Females (3 shown) – 1) SULL Black Hottie 2184, shown by Konner Kirkpatrick; 2) RFL Valentine Carmele 1Z, shown by Xavier Ferris; 3) Reba, shown by Megan Bever, = Charlottesville, Ind.

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Denver Hotel Information: Hotel Information for National Show & Annual Meeting

Coy Thomas Nelson, son of Cody and Melanie Nelson, was born August 8, 2013. He weighed 8lbs., 7oz., and was 211⁄2in. long. He comes for a long line of Shorthorn breeders. His grandparents. Al & Crystal Nelson, Gregg and Lori Nisley and Greg & Jodene Crawford.

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Sunnyland Farms Wayne Hinderliter Family 629 Co. Rd. 350 North Albion, IL 62806 618-375-7047 cell: 618-384-8250 Visitors always welcome! Cattle usually for sale. 4. Four miles north of I-64. Exit 130 on Illinois 130.

Scott and Janet, Cody, Wes and Clint 42274 N 1300 E. Rd. • Hoopeston, IL 60942 www.leemonstockfarm.com 2. 217-283-7922 • Scott’s cell: 217-304-0057

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

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P.O. Box 77 • Virginia, Illinois 62691 VIR IS GIN IA, ILLINO office: 217-452-3051 cell: 217-341-7552 • fax: 217-452-3053 Kerry and Cindy Johnston: 217-452-3056 Kerry’s cell: 217-370-6033 cagwincattle@casscomm.com • cagwincattle.com

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Farm located 3/4 mile south of Toluca on Route 117. AI SIRES: Radio Active, CCS Equity’s Charmer *x, Rodeo Drive *x, Waymar HSFWL Karisma ET (Full brother to Vegas) TH Free, and JM Vortec *. HERD SIRES: SS American Pride 248 *x (Sonny X SS Augusta Pride 886) TH Free and J&J Spearmint 402 *x (Gold Spear son) TH Free

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=Show Reports Indiana State Fair Major PACE Show 46 head - Judge: Mark Hoge by Audrey Hambright Grand Champion and Intermediate Champion Bull was BPCC Boondock Saint 1206, shown by Beck Powell Cattle Co., Linton, Ind. CF No Foolin 25 EL X ET, shown by Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind., was named the Grand and Senior Champion Female. Allison Dragstrem, Amboy, Ind., exhibited the Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Bull, DRAG Bo’s Boy Wonder.

The Reserve Grand and Junior Female Champion, CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind.

Judge Mark Hoge evaluated the 43 females and three bulls that paraded through the ring in the new Youth Arena at the Indiana State Fair for the Area 5 PACE Show on Thursday, August 8, 2013. Hoge evaluated the open ShorthornPlus show prior. Grand and Intermediate Champion Bull was awarded to BPCC Boondock Saint 1206, shown by Beck Powell Cattle Co., Linton, Ind. This July 2012 bull is sired by BPCC Miner Pride ET. Reserve Grand and Junior Bull Calf Champion went to DRAG Bo’s Boy Wonder, shown by Allison Dragstrem, Amboy, Ind. This February 2013 bull calf is sired by RL Caligo Bo TEC. Grand and Senior Champion Female went to CF No Foolin 25 EL X ET, shown by Adrianne Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind. This January 2012 female is sired by SULL GNCC Eldorado ET. Reserve Grand and Junior Champion Female went to CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris, Whiteland, Ind. This March 2012 female is sired by CF Solution X ET.

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Reserve Senior Champion Female – S/T Bentley Z24, shown by Hunter Prescott, Portland, Ind. Reserve Junior Champion Female – SULL Destiny’s Master ET, shown by Jordan Hatcher, Morristown, Ind. Champion Intermediate Female – Shoufler Binnie Assets ET, shown by Kyle Shoufler, Fortville, Ind. Reserve Champion Intermediate Female – CYT Lotto 2138 ET, shown by Megan Dragstrem, Amboy, Ind. Senior Bull Calf Champion – SULL Road Warrior 2412 ET, shown by Hope Birch, Piasa, Ill. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – WHR Miss Montana 2031, shown by Claire Trennepohl, Middletown, Ind. Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion – WHR SB Revival 2063 ET, shown by Aidan Raab, Markle, Ind. Junior Heifer Calf Champion – JM Cash Mirage, shown by Parker George, Rossville, Ind. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf Champion – FL Mandy 814, shown by Matt Fry, Roachdale, Ind. Pair of Females (2 shown) – 1) Kyle Shoufler; 2) Parker Jordan, Rensselaer,

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Ind. Premier Breeder – Cates Farms, Modoc, Ind. Premier Exhibitor – Xavier Ferris Class placings include: Junior Heifer Calves (4 shown) – 1) JM Cash Mirage, shown by Parker George; 2) FL Mandy 814, shown by Matt Fry; 3) SFF Jazz’s Just Chillin, shown by Smithson Farms, Churubusco, Ind. Senior Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) WHR Miss Montana 2031, shown by Claire Trennepohl, 2) WHR SB Revival 2063 ET, shown by Aidan Raab. Summer Yearling Female (1 shown) – 1) Maya 2012, shown by Hope Birch. Late Spring Yearling Females (4 shown) – 1) SULL Red’s Rose Mary, shown by Allison Dragstrem; 2) Jessika, shown by Dustin Holderread, Plymouth, Ind.; 3) CF Dolly 2126 HC X, shown by Madison Daniel, Martinsville, Ind. Late Spring Yearling Females (3 shown) – 1) Shoufler Binnie Assets ET, shown by Kyle Shoufler; 2) CYT Lotto 2138 ET, shown by Megan Dragstrem; continued on page 70


=Show Reports Oregon State Fair Major PACE Show 47 head - Judge: Rex Tribbett, Linden, Ind. by Jake Alden Grand Champion Bull was LC Gold Label 44, shown by Don Cardey, Turlock, Calif.

LS Chanel’s Asset 1203, shown by Lazy S Ranch, Prineville, Ore., was named Grand Champion Female.

Hillside Ranch, Corvalis, Ore., exhibited the Reserve Champion and Senior Bull Calf Champion, HR Marquis.

The Reserve Champion and Junior Female, JY Berry Angel 259, exhibited by JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif.

The Oregon State Fair was the site of the 2013 Area 1 Rotational PACE Show. This year’s show was dedicated to the Keith Brown Family of Carlton, Ore. Judge Rex Tribbett of Linden, Ind., evaluated 29 females and 18 bulls. Grand Champion Bull and winner of the Trophy in Honor of Neil & Mary Davis of Sno-Vue Shorthorns was awarded to LC Gold Label 44. Don Cardey, Turlock, Calif. owned by this outstanding September 18, 2011 son of DJD Gold Label 290X. Reserve Champion and Senior Bull Calf Champion honors went to HR Marquis. Hillside Ranch, Corvallis, Ore, owned the September 2, 2012 son of HD Bloodstone 603 ET. Winner of the Frank Brown Sr. Memorial Trophy for the Grand Champion Female was LS Chanel’s Asset 1203. This tremendous February 1, 2012 daughter of SULL GNCC Asset ET was owned by Lazy S Ranch, Prineville, Ore. Reserve Champion and Junior Champion Female went to JT Betty Angel 259. JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif., exhibited this March 5, 2012 daughter of CAS Sonny B721.

Other Champions Include: Reserve Senior Bull Calf – GSC Sonny 523, owned by JT Ranch. Champion Junior Bull Calf – LC Gold Label, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Junior Bull Calf Champion – LLS Majesty, owned by Shelby Pick, Redmond, Ore. Intermediate Champion Bull – LC Gold Label 344, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull – LC Sonny 352, owned by Don Cardey. Junior Champion Bull – GSC Gold Label 267, owned by Greg Cardey, Merced, Calif. Reserve Junior Champion Bull – GSC Sonny 183, owned by Greg Cardey. Reserve Senior Champion Female – LC Augusta Pat 51, owned by Don Cardey. Reserve Junior Champion Female – Fleury’s Final Lass, owned by Daisy Lalonde, Brownsville, Ore. Junior Heifer Calf Champion – LLS Sassy Saphire, owned by Shelby Pick. Reserve Junior Heifer Calf

Champion – LC Welcome Lady 643, owned by Don Cardey. Senior Heifer Calf Champion – JT Betty Angel 466, owned by JT Ranch. Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion – LC Welcome Lady 465, owned by Don Cardey. Intermediate Champion Female – GSC Rosie Ransom 402, owned by Greg Cardey. Reserve Intermediate Champion Female – LC Augusta Pat 413, owned by Don Cardey. Class Placings Include: Late Spring Heifer Calves (1 shown) – 1) LC Augusta Pat 773, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Heifer Calves (4 shown) – 1) LC Welcome Lady, owned by Don Cardey; 2) GSC Princess 646, owned by Greg Cardey; 3) Ace High Notice Me Too, owned by Abby Eldridge, Redmond, Ore. Junior Heifer Calves (4 shown) – 1) LLS Sassy Saphire, owned by Shelby Pick, Redmond, Ore.; 2) HR Dream Come True, owned by Hillside Ranch, Corvallis, Ore.; 3) LS Castlerock’s Adele, owned by Rowdy Berry, Port Orchard, Wash. Winter Heifer Calves (2 shown) –

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1) LC Augusta Pat 544, owned by Don Cardey; 2) GSC Rosie Ransom 561, owned by Greg Cardey. Senior Heifer Calves (2 shown) – 1) JT Betty Angel 466, owned by JT Ranch, Oakdale, Calif.; 2) LC Welcome Lady 465, owned by Don Cardey. Summer Yearling Females (3 shown) – 1) GSC Rosie Ransom 402, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC Catherine 419, owned by Don Cardey; 3) 4R KMR Candy, owned by Preston Rusher, Wilsonville, Ore. Late Spring Yearling Females (2 shown) – 1) LC Augusta Pat 413, owned by Don Cardey; 2) LC Welcome Lady 338, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Yearling Females (5 shown) – 1) JT Betty Angel 259, owned by JT Ranch; 2) Fleury’s Final Lass, owned by Daisy Lalonde, Brownsville, Ore.; 3) NCC Cheyene, owned by Tessa Gourley, Philomath, Ore. Junior Yearling Females (2 shown) – 1) LS Chanel’s Asset 1203, owned by Lazy S Ranch, Prineville, Ore.; 2) GSC Rosie Ransom 235, owned by Greg Cardey.

Senior Yearling Females (4 shown) – 1) LC Augusta Pat 51, owned by Don Cardey; 2) Ace High Mirror Image, owned by Abby Eldridge; 3) HR Precious Dreams, owned by Hillside Ranch. Late Spring Bull Calves (2 shown) – 1) GSC Gold Label 768, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) LC Tex Ritter 748, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Bull Calf (1 shown) – 1) LC Gold Label 689, owned by Don Cardey. Junior Bull Calves (4 shown) – 1) LLS Majesty, owned by Shelby Pick; 2) LC Sonny 601, owned by Don Cardey; 3) LS Aslan 1307, owned by Lazy S Ranch. Winter Bull Calves (2 shown) – 1) GSC Sonny 523, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) JT gold Label 553, owned by JT Ranch. Senior Bull Calves (2 shown) – 1) HR Marquis, owned by Hillside Ranch; 2) JT Gold Label 536, owned by JT Ranch. Summer Yearling Bull (1 shown) – 1) GSC Sonny 438, owned by Greg Cardey. Late Spring Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) LC Gold Label 344,

owned by Don Cardey; 2) LC Sonny 352, owned by Don Cardey. Early Spring Yearling Bulls (2 shown) – 1) GSC Gold Label 267, owned by Greg Cardey; 2) Ace High Master Plan, owned by Emma Eldridge. Junior Yearling Bull (1 shown) – 1) GSC Sonny 183, owned by Greg Cardey. Senior Yearling Bull (1 shown) – 1) LC Gold Label 44, owned by Don Cardey. Pair of Females (5 shown) – 1) JT Ranch; 2) Don Cardey; 3) Greg Cardey. Pair of Bulls (4 shown) – 1) Don Cardey; 2) Greg Cardey; 3) Don Cardey. Super Cow (5 shown) – 1) LC Welcome Lady 6160, owned by Don Cardey; 2) LS Queen Chanel 0707 ET, owned by Lazy S Ranch; 3) GC Sweetheart 7013, owned by Greg Cardey. Get-of-Sire (4 shown) – 1) DJD Gold Label 290X, owned by Don Cardey; 2) CAS Sonny B721, owned by Greg Cardey; 3) DJD Gold Label 290X, owned by JT Ranch. =

continued on page 68 3) CF HHF Cumberland 2104 X, shown by Bailey Jester, Farmland, Ind. Early Spring Yearling Females (6 shown) – 1) SULL Destiny’s Master ET, shown by Jordan Hatcher; 2) CF BCL Proud Fool 286 X ET, shown by Paige Wickard, Wilkinson, Ind.; 3) CF CSF Augusta Pride 29 ET, shown by Shelby Stephenson, Fortville, Ind. Early Spring Yearling Females (7 shown) – 1) CF Mattis Rose 284 SOL ET, shown by Xavier Ferris; 2) SULL Crystal Lady 297 ET, shown by Brad Johnson, Kimmel, Ind.; 3) CF

Seductive Rose 256 V ET, shown by Mitchell Smith, Pendleton, Ind. Junior Yearling Females (7 shown) – 1) S/T Bentley Z24, shown by Hunter Prescott; 2) Shoulfer Playmates Bell, shown by Kyle Shoufler; 3) CF Augusta Pride 234 EL ET, shown by Aidan Raab. Junior Yearling Females (7 shown) – 1) CF No Foolin 25 EL X ET, shown by Adrianne Trennepohl; 2) JM LA Bling, shown by Joe Metzger, Rossville, Ind.; 3) Waukaru Lassie 2024, shown by Parker Jordan. Senior Yearling Females (2 shown)

– 1) CF Nebraska Queen 1122 FS, shown by Miller Smith; 2) DQS Razy’s Rachel Rae 04 shown by Katie Snyder, Portland, Ind. Junior Bull Calf (1 shown) – 1) DRAG Bo’s Boy Wonder, shown by Allison Dragstrem. Senior Bull Calf (1 shown) – 1) SULL Road Warrior 2412 ET, shown by Hope Birch. Summer Yearling Bull (1 shown) – 1) BPCC Boondock Saint 1206, shown by Beck-Powell Cattle Co. =

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=Sale Reports Cates Farms Star Search XI Sale Sale Summary 1 bull ....................$ 36,500..avg. $ 36,500 1 cow/calf pair........$ 7,750..avg. $ 7,750 21 bred cows ............$ 154,500..avg. $ 7,357 12 bred heifers ........$ 60,800..avg. $ 5,067 31 open heifers ........$ 638,550..avg. $ 20,598 66 Purebred Lots ......$ 898,100 .avg. $13,608 3 plus open heifers $ 78,750..avg. $ 26,250 69 Breeding Lots ......$ 976,850 .avg. $14,157 1 steer ....................$ 2,000..avg. $ 2,000 8 embryo pkgs........$ 23,555..avg. $ 2,944 Sale Gross ..........$1,004,505 August 31, 2013 Cates Farm, Modoc, Indiana Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks Sale Management: Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC by: Darryl Rahn

It just keeps getting better. You could feel the excitement running through the overflow crowd prior to the start of this year's Star Search sale at Cates Farms. Once the auction began, that excitement transformed into tremendously active bidding on the cattle offered with heavy emphasis on the great set of open heifer prospects that are always the feature in any Cates Farms sales. The numbers at the end of the auction were truly impressive. $86,000 - Lot 1e - Open Heifer - CF Cumberland 352 SOL ET - A red,

polled, March 3, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF RL Cumberland 7104 BS X. This is a great one to top the sale. Extremely powerful with the look of a winner. She is one of the top performing heifers to be offered in some time in this sale,. The great Cumberland female line will carry on very nicely with this one. Purchased by Malinda Taylor, Connerville, Ind. $75,000 - Lot 1a - Open Heifer - CF Cumberland 32 SOL ET. A rwm, polled, January 2, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF RL Cumberland 7104 BS X. A full sister to the great Lot 1e heifer and this one has a great front and stands on extremely sound feet and legs. She will get attention with her cool markings. Purchased by Clayton Boyert, Seville, Ohio. $60,000 - Lot 37A - ShorthornPlus Open Heifer - CF 212. A black, polled, February 27, 2013 daughter of SULL Blue ET and out of SULL Mattis One 382-2 ET. Those looking for a Plus heifer that will compete at the highest level all fell in love with this one. Extremely attractive from all angles, this prospect will be heard from for a long time. Out of the very popular SULL Blue, she has the pedigree to be at the top of the Plus program. Purchased by Chloe Martin, Kingman, Tenn.

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$50,000 - Lot 1c - Open Heifer - CF Cumberland 334 SOL ET. A roan, polled, February 20, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of CF RL Cumberland 7104 BS X. Another of the top full sisters offered in the Lot 1 group. A very complete, feminine female that has a great structure with the power to compete in any show. She will be in contention wherever she goes. Purchased by Simon Farms, Rockford, Ohio. $48,000 - Lot 5c - Open Heifer - CF Caroline 345 SOL X E ET. A roan, polled, February 14, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of BOY Sweet Caroline 070X ET. A really well made high volume female that comes from a great female line. She has the look to compete and then with her body structure, be a leading donor in any program. Purchased by Paige Wichard, Wilkinson, Ind. $40,000 - Lot 9 - Open Heifer - CF Painted Sable 31 SOL ET. A r/w, horned, January 1, 2013 daughter of CF Solution X ET and out of SULL Elegant Sable 555 ET. A very attractive female that comes from the renowned Sable 01 line. Her full sister was a division winner at the 2013 National Junior National. This one will be in the winners circle as well. Purchased by Cole Whisman, Illinois City, Ill. =

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Jordan Acres 70th Anniversary Sale Sale Summary ⁄ bull ....................$ 1,520..avg. $ 2,325 5 cow/calf pairs ......$ 22,800..avg. $ 4,560 18 bred cows ............$ 27,200..avg. $ 2,093 9 bred heifers ........$ 27,850..avg. $ 3,095 9 open heifers ........$ 24,550..avg. $ 2,728 36 2⁄3 Breeding Lots ..$ 103,950 .avg. $ 2,835 1 pregnancy............$ 2,000..avg. $ 2,000 3 embryo pkgs........$ 5,625..avg. $ 1,875 4 semen pkgs..........$ 2,100..avg. $ 525 69 Breeding Lots ......$ 976,850 .avg. $14,157 Sale Gross ..........$ 113,675 2 3

September 1, 2013 Jordan Acres Farm, Sibley, Illinois Sale Management: Jordan Acres by: Darryl Rahn

The seats were full at the start of the Jordan Acres 70th Anniversary Sale at the farm in Sibley, Illinois. For many years, the Jordan firm has produced top quality Shorthorn genetics that have been added to many of the leading firms in North America. This was an opportunity for buyers to select from the current breeding program that features some of the leading genetics in the breed today. The individuals on offer were well accepted by those in attendance and on the phones. Congratulations on a successful sale and Happy Anniversary to Denny and Terri. $8,400 - Cow/Calf Pair Shadybrook Delia 39R. A red, polled,

2005 daughter of DF Gold Eagle 0019 and out of Shadybrook Delight 9J. A massive female that has a world of volume, depth of rib and the muscle structure that all admire. She sold open and ready to flush. She has been and will continue to be a productive leader in the breed. Purchased by Sullivan Farms, Dunlap, Iowa. At her side was JA Drummer HC 3J36, a red, polled, May 25, 2013 bull calf sired by Free KKim Hot Commodity ET. This is a youngster with unlimited potential as a top herd sire with a unique pedigree. He was purchased by George Brown, Glenrothes Farm, Beaverton, Ont., Can. $7,750 - Lot 8 - Bred Heifer - JA Ruffian HC 1J45. A roan, polled, November 8, 2011 daughter of Free KKim Hot Commodity ET and our of JA Golden Ruffian selling bred to JA Voucher for an early 2014 calf. A super made young female that has been a winner in the show ring and will surely be a winner in the pasture for her new owner. Bred right and out of a leading female line at Jordan Acres. Purchased by Shadybrook Farms of West Brome, Que., Can. $6,750 - Lot 14b - Open Heifer - A red, polled, March 5, 2013 daughter of SULL Red Reward (7⁄8) and out of KKim Meg 270N ET. A super prospect here with a great pedigree. Sired by the popular Red Demand and out of the

dam of Hot Commodity. This one is a can't miss breeding piece. Purchased by Rod Shorthorn Farms, Sublette, Ill. $5,700 - Lot 19 - Bred Heifer - JA Augusta Linda HC 1J40. A rwm, polled, October 6, 2011 daughter of Free K-Kim Hot Commodity ET and out of JA Augusta Linda 9J43 selling bred to JA Voucher for a 2014 calf. A really stout made young female that will raise the type of calves that will be in demand by show heifer or show steer buyers anywhere. Purchased by Cyclone Trace Cattle Company, Clarion, Iowa. $5,000 - Lot 14A - Open Heifer - JA Red Meg 3J13. A red, polled, March 4, 2013 daughter of SULL Red Reward (7⁄8) and our of K-Kim Meg 270N ET. A full sister to the great 14b heifer and a really good one in her own right. With this pedigree and potential, she will be another one to watch in the coming years. Purchased by Steve Parson of Gibson City, Ill. $5,000 - Lot 12 - Open Heifer - LH Party Girl 3J09. A roan, polled, February 11, 2013 daughter of Free KKim Hot Commodity ET and out of JA Party Girl 9J65. This youngster has already been successful in the show ring and will continue to be a leading show heifer. She has the pedigree to then be a leading producer for her new owner. Purchased by Camryn Clapp of = Montezuma, Ind.

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Cattle For Sale At All Times Route 1, Box 41 • Revere, MO 63465 660-948-2786 Hwy. 81 North of Kahoka 9 miles, or 7 miles south of Farmington, IA.

BROTHERS

Alan • Adrian and Mary • Angela

Tecumseh, NE Leroy: 402-335-2613 Roger: 402-335-2667

SHORTHORNS

Bernie Bolton Family 38995 Honeysuckle Road Oakland, Iowa 51560-4326 712-482-3386 • cell: 402-350-9430 bolton.norma29@gmail.com www.bernadaleshorthorns.com

Bigelow Farms

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PRACTICAL IDEAS. PRACTICAL CATTLE.

Phillip Bowman & Family 9898 Garrett Rd. Greens Fork, IN 47345 TEL: 765.886.5777 bsgshorthorns@hotmail.com

Frank and Barbara, Frank Jr., Kasey, Matt, Stacey, Taylor, and Tenley Bigelow P.O. Box 43, 47233 Road 200 • O’Neals, CA 93645 Matt: 559-647-2817 • Frank: 559-868-3433 www.bigelowfarms.com

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Broken Road Cattle Company Show Cattle 3209 Roundhill Rd Oak Grove, LA 71263

Ken Fairchild 318-282-7411

brccshowcattle@yahoo.com

Buffalo Lake

Polled Shorthorns

Shorthorns The Home Of Quality Breeding Stock For Sale.

Bulls and females for sale at all times. Mrs. L. EUGENE BYERS, Owner

Box 1055 • Stettler, Alberta, Can. TOC 2L1 Lyle and Wendy Bignell 403-742-6792 Kent and Shirley: 403-742-4709

500 Township Road 2802 • Loudonville, OH 44842 JEFF BYERS, D.V.M.: 419-994-5054 • FAX: 419-994-3702 JON BYERS: 419-994-3440

PERFORMANCE BY DESIGN

COYNE FAMILY FARM SHORTHORNS

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Michael, Karen, Emily, Maggie & Michael IV, 724-947-2030 Modoc, Indiana

POLLED SHORTHORNS R.R. 1, Box 358 • Modoc, IN 47358 Brian/FAX: 765-853-5255 • cell: 765-969-0373 Randy: 765-853-5819 • Tyler: 765-576-0035 www.catesfarms.com

Scott, Amanda, Layne, Ty and Ely Harden 913 E 800 N Rd. • Gibson City, IL 60936

217-417-8335 • sgiharden@aol.com www.circlehcattleco.com

155 Atlas Cherry Valley Rd, Burgettstown, PA 15021

karencoyne@msn.com www.coynefamilyfarm.com

Lucky Charm Embryos For Sale! Sires: Top Dog and Ace of Diamonds

John R. Hagie Gordon & Sally Crawford 519.287.3837 519.870.2396 Glencoe, ON, Canada gordcrawford@sympatico.ca

Reed & Jane Crawford 519.287.5286 519.857.7333 Glencoe, ON, Canada riverpointcc@hotmail.com

View cattle on-line at www.crawfdownfarms.com

1001 8th Ave. NW • Clarion, IA 50525 Days: 1-800-247-4885 • Evenings: 515-532-3005 jhagie@hagie.com Herdsmen: Pete Hunter: 515-571-5630 Jess Recknor: 507-383-8529 Cody Sherwood: 515-851-2492 McOllough Boys: 515-532-3447

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Raymond and Judy Carnes & Family 14227 CR 220 Tyler, Texas 75707

DIAMOND C SHORTHORNS 903-566-3780 cell: 903-521-0774

DAVE MCFARLAND & FAMILY

dcshorthorns@sbcglobal.net

www.diamondmshorthorns.com

Breeders of Australian Shepherds

EA-RA-BA-H Farm

Franz Farms Todd, M.K., Ryan & Tayler Rae • Bingham Lake, MN 507-678-2347 (home) • 507-920-8601 (Todd) 507-822-1671 (M.K.) • franzfarms.com

Visitors welcome!

2 Lake Metonga Grant Park, IL 60940 815-228-7458 www.duisfarms.com

Bruce Humble 6653 Smithwood Road • Liberty, NC 27298 Bruce: 336-264-1496

Fieser’s

Our cow herd is strong with outcross genetics. Our first cows came from Gordon Brockmueller. His guidance provided us a strong foundation.

in Studer’s Crazy Tra

The southeast’s largest herd . . . bulls, bred and open females for sale at all times. Performance is our by-word

BOB DUIS

Ryan and Nancy Grathwohl Heter Josie and Ryder 745 Ave. S • Raymond, Kansas 67573 785-587-7947

Our extended family has been in the Shorthorn business for over 40 years. We’ve been building on that foundation for over 20. We truly belive we’re breeding - Genetics That’ll Work & Win.

Dean, Janice Craig and Crystal Steck 501 N. Line Street • Knoxville, IL 61448 309-289-2367 Craig cell: 319-453-7937 • home: 402-453-7937 info@djsshorthorns.com • www.djsshorthorns.com

DUIS FARMS DTR Cattle Company

Come By And Talk Cows

Cattle in Minnesota and Illinois Dave: 618-401-0744 drdavemcfarland@gmail.com Stuart: 561-912-0788 • cell: 561-289-9009

Polled Shorthorns

Dean Fieser Box 363 Plains, KS 67869 620-563-9533 cell: 806-979-0027 Lori www.fieserspolledshorthorns.com

Gregg, Leann, and Stacey Fischer Jeff Stump, Herdsman 1853 N. US Highway 281 Great Bend, Kansas 67530

Working Border Collies available.

GREENHORN LLC

2835 W. 400 S. Greenfield, IN 46140 317-861-6767 cell: 317-695-4015 jggunner@aol.com www.gunnshorthorns.com

Dave and Josh Greenhorn 3450 Middle Run Road • Waynesville, Ohio 45068

The Allisons – Michael, Sharon, Marshall & Landon

Dave’s cell: 937-470-6552 Josh’s cell: 937-681-1948

Michael: 724.312.5653 • Sharon: 724-544-2343 glennhollyfarm@gmail.com

Consultant: Col. A.E. Greenhorn Herdsman: Kolten Greenhorn

Home: 620-458-3621 Jeff: 620-282-8364 Stacey: 620-786-0752 fischercattlecompany.com

John and Pam Gunn Family Patrick, Creed, Jordan, Garrett

Registered Shorthorn Cattle Home of GHF Lass Frost, two time All-American

Wild Side daughters are very maternal.

HAUMONT SHORTHORNS 1919-2013 Beef-Milk-Dual Registry 100% Native- True Dual Purpose

Bulls For Sale all year, Heifers: Nov.-May Kevin Cooksley Family 80165 Rd 451 • Weissert, NE 68814 308-872-2617 • kscooksley@gmail.com

Carey Thomas Johnston

Shorthorn Breeders Since 1915

219 Johnston Rd, Kingsbury, Que, Canada J0B 1X0 TEL 819-826-5779 • CELL 819-574-4350 EMAIL highridge@hotmail.ca

Homeplace Farms

Winkie Barnes CELL 613-885-6904

Haumont Shorthorns

1 mile Washburns Wegeners

2 mile

17295 Jane Street RR#1 Kettleby, Ont., Can. L0G 1J0

HUB RANCH SHORTHORNS

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Steve & Cynthia Washburn 8717 Road K • Norton, Kansas cell: 785-202-0338 • home: 785-877-3004 cwashburn08@yahoo.com 53 years of breeding over 100 head of attractive, productive beef type Shorthorns. Heifer, Steers & Bulls Available.

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Burke N. Allison & Co.

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

IndianLand Hills & Cattle Co. Greg Ruehle Family 1798 168th Rd. • Garland, NE 68360 402-430-9440 • ggruehle@aol.com

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Our featured herd sire DF Tuscaloosa 8T

ale

Jim Murray - Farm Manager 416-992-8084 email: jimmurray@xplornet.com

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www.huntfarms.ca

For S Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus heifers, steers and bulls. Calves sired by Sonny, Eldorado, Final Solution, Primo, Grey Goose and other leading sires.


Sunday, November 17, 2013 Show - 3:00 p.m - Broadbent Arena • Sale - 4:30 p.m. - New Market Hall held in conjunction with NAILE • Louisville, Kentucky


North American Heifer Calf Futurity Sunday, November 17, 2013 Show: 3:00 p.m. • Sale: 4:30 p.m. Broadbent Arena and New Market Hall Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center Louisville, Kentucky Time And Place: The 26th North American Heifer Calf Futurity Show & Sale is held in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky. The Futurity Show will be held at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, November 17th, in the Broadbent Arena and the Futurity Sale will be held at 4:30 p.m. in the New Market Hall Auction Arena on the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center grounds. The Judging: As in the prior futurities, the judging will be accomplished by using 10 judges selected by the Futurity Committee. Each judge will be given birthdate, weight and frame score information. Each judge will independently cast a ballot on placings for the entire class. Final placings will then be determined by scoring all judges’ cards collectively. Terms Of Sale: Check or cash is payable to the clerk immediately following the sale and before cattle are removed from the premises. Announcements from the auction block will take precedence over printed material in this catalog. Health: All heifers have been tested and found to be TH Free or have a TH Free pedigreee. Each heifer sells with a state approved health certificate from its state of origin. Buyers should make themselves aware of the health requirements of their respective states. ASA Genetic Defect Disclaimer: Unless an animal is listed on the American Shorthorn Association “genetic defect status list”, the American Shorthorn Association makes no representation of any kind as to whether or not the animal has a genetic defect. Registration And Transfer: All animals sell with completed certificates of registry and will be transferred to the new owners after the sale. Liability: Each heifer will be at the buyer’s risk as soon as bid off. Neither the owners, employees, auctioneer, sale manager, American Shorthorn Association, North Ameri-

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can International Livestock Exposition or other affiliated personnel can be held responsible for accidents. Insurance will be available for your purchases at the sale through Harding & Harding Insurance Company, Geneva, Illinois. This may be handled at time of settlement with the sale clerk. Sale Headquarters: Hilton Garden Inn, Louisville, Kentucky, 1-800-445-8667 or 502-637-2424. Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks, Marietta, Oklahoma 580-276-5137 • cell: 580-695-2036 Livestock Representatives: Darryl Rahn, Shorthorn Country 217-473-1124 Montie Soules, American Shorthorn Association 918-645-4322 Patrick Wall, American Shorthorn Association 402-658-4258 Jeff K. Aegerter, Marketing Representative 402-641-4696, www.aegertermarketing.com Alan K. Sears, Special Representative 970-396-7521 Chris Smith, Special Representative 217-370-1908 Sale Management by:

Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC PO Box 77 • Virginia, Illinois 62691 217-452-3051 • FAX: 217-452-3053 Don Cagwin cell: 217-341-7552 Cindy Cagwin-Johnston: 217-452-3056 cagwincattle@casscomm.com


CSF MIRAGE 3A ELD ET *x4198893 bd 01/01/2013

1

red

heifer

LE RE 3A

CS GIDGET S06A *x4200144 polled

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CF TRUMP X *x, roan SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET *x, roan K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET *, white DFS RED RIDER 925 ET *x, roan AF SL MIRAGE 435 ET *x, red NPS MIRAGE 544 ET *sx, roan

r/w

heifer

LE S06A

polled

HI VIEW’S ACE OF DIAMONDS *x, roan HCF ACE IN THE HOLE *x, red K-KIM JULIETTE 06K *x, roan RT MCC LUCKY STRIKE ET *x, roan R GIDGET *x, white CSS GIDGET *, white

A beautifully made heifer with a lot of style and balance, big bellied and very correct on her feet and legs. CHV.

Extremely attractive, long, extended through front third, freak necked, incredibly sound and well balanced heifer.

Cornerstone Farms

Chad & Sharon Barnett 2698 North Lynnbank Rd Henderson, NC 27536 252-945-3360

C&S Cattle Company Jason Newcom 183 N 300 W. • Winchester, IN 765-546-0796

KFSC MONA’S SUNSHINE *4198900 bd 02/03/2013

3

r/w

heifer

LE 023A

TOP NOTCH IMA FUSION *x4198078 horned

DF PURE GOLD 3N *x, roan WHR CODE RED 8217 ET *x, red WR4 LEENA LEGGS 5R16 ET x, red WHR SONNY DUECE 3916 ET *x, roan MISS V8 MONA MICHELLE 343S3 ET *x, roan K-KIM MP MONA LISA 343M ET *, roan

A great young prospect here with all the guesswork taken out. Sired by the popular WHR Code Red 8217 ET and out of the great donor female, Miss V8 Mona Michelle 343S3 ET. A Reserve Division Champion at the highly competitive Illinois State Fair Shorthorn show. This youngster will be a great show heifer and then be a leading donor in any program in the breed. Buy this one with confidence. She and her progeny will keep you in the purple. Lot 3A - One package of 3 Sexed Heifer Embryos. Sire: HD Swagger 802 ET • Dam: Miss V8 Mona Michelle 343S3 ET This is a great mating that will produce the kind that will consistently stand in the winners circle.

Kearns Farms David Kearns 815-739-3578 • Ken Jacobson 309-883-4969 David Jr. 815-739-3575 • Scott Kearns 815-739-1095

bd 02/13/2013

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red

heifer

LE N1A

polled

MJH FRAZIER C806 *x, red HAHN FUSION F36W *x, red HC LEADING LADY 130C *x, red DFS RED RIDER 844 ET *x, red L BAR K MISS LYNNETTE 601 *x, roan TOP NOTCH LACY LEGEND *x, roan

This deep cherry red heifer is a female that will be competitive in the show ring and very productive in the pasture. She is stout boned, long-sided, pretty fronted and structurally correct. Ima is a complete outcross heifer out of an own daughter of Red Rider 844. The Fusion bull is producing feminine, functional, and stylish females. CHV. TH/PHA Free by parentage. BW: 75 Check out our website for more information at www.topnotchstockfarm.com

Top Notch Stock Farm Lynn & Gale Nelson 25994 725th Ave., Albert Lea, MN 56007 507-826-3184 • cell: 507-402-4772

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JM CASH MIRAGE *x4198638 bd 02/13/2013

5

roan

heifer

LE 352

TOP NOTCH LITA MARIE *x4198079 polled

bd 03/05/2013

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K-KIM CRUISER 288N ET *x, roan K-KIM CASH 224R ET *x, roan K-KIM ROYAL RUBY 119M ET *x, rwm SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET *x, roan SULL GNCC RED MIRAGE S2 ET *x, red AF SL MIRAGE 435 ET *x, red

This heifer has a great start! Junior Calf Champion at Indiana PACE Open Show with her pedigree it just gets better! Look her up in Louisville.

JM Cattle Company Joe Metzger 7504 N. 250 W., Rossville, IN 46065 Joe Metzger 765-414-4065 AJ Metzger 765-414-5025

roan

heifer

LE N3A

polled

MJH FRAZIER C806 *x, red HAHN FUSION F36W *x, red HC LEADING LADY 130C *x, red WOLF WILLOW MAJOR LEROY 1M x, rwm WZ LITA 05X *x, roan WZ GUSSIE LITA 01R *x, roan

Lita is a big volumed, big hipped, yet feminine heifer with the substance and genetics to become a powerful addition to your herd. Her mother, an own daughter of Wolf Willow Major Leroy, is a moderate framed cow with a beautiful udder. This out cross pedigree will be an asset to any program. Buy her with confidence to own a front pasture kind of cow. CHV. TH/PHA Free by parentage. BW: 86. Check out our website for more information at www.topnotchstockfarm.com

Top Notch Stock Farm Lynn & Gale Nelson 25994 725th Ave., Albert Lea, MN 56007 507-826-3184 • cell: 507-402-4772

VTS BRIDGET’S WACO 373 ET *x4200156 bd 03/07/2013

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red

heifer

LE RE 373

polled

WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan DF WACO 6W ET *x, red DIAMOND HELENA DOTTIE 12H , roan LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X *x, red CYT BRIDGET 890U *x, roan MARTINDELL BRIDGET 216 *x, roan

Donor potential! I’m very excited to offer such a neat female for the Heifer Calf Futurity! This March heifer is backed by one very powerful pedigree, a direct daughter of, DF Waco 6W and CYT Bridget 890U a young, roan, Little Cedar Aviator daughter. VTS Bridget’s Waco 373 is wide based, deep bodied, square on her feet and legs, feminine fronted and has that look of longevity everyone wants! CYT Bridget 890U’s first calf, DF Bridget 6Y; sold to the Gilman Family from Stuart, IA; upon completion of a successful show career she has become a super nice cow for them, raising her second calf this year. After you’re done showing Bridget's Waco 373, she’s going to make an awesome/low-maintenance brood cow, just like her mother and maternal sister; you can’t go wrong here! For more information or to see updates on this heifer go to http://www.vathoresonshorthorns.com

Val Thoreson Shorthorns 31678 240th St. • Winnebago, MN 56098 507-779-6378

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FR CARMELE PT 270A *x4200946 bd 03/09/2013

8

white

heifer

LE RE 270A

polled

CF SOLUTION X ET *x, rwm SULL PRIMETIME ET *x, roan K-KIM MP MONA LISA 34P *x, white DFS RED RIDER 925 ET *x, roan RF CARMELE 408 *x, roan CF CARMELE TP 550 X *x, red

Carmele 270A is long, super fronted and correct on her feet and legs with a lot of style for that show ring appearance. She is a grand daughter of CF Carmele TP 550, our first National Champion female. She is also by SULL Primetime, a two time National Champion. I have always loved the Carmele's and this heifer is right there at the top to show well and go on to pay for herself as a cow and future donor.

Ripberger Farms/Norman Farms Fred Ripberger/ Greg Norman Sidell, IL Fred 317-694-4273 Greg 217-822-2506


SULL GNCC Eldorado ET

WHR Proud Revival 9101

WF LUCKY CHARM 302 ET *x4200601 bd 03/14/2013

9

roan

heifer

LE 302

SF REVIVAL ELD 310 x polled

bd 03/15/2013

10

WHRRT AUGUSTASUNRISE 2107 ET *x, roan HD SWAGGER 802 ET *x, roan HD REFLECTION 021 *x, rwm WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan WF LUCKY CHARM WF01 ET *x, white WL SPECIAL CHARM 01 ET *x, rwm

Her dam, WF Lucky Charm 01 is the mother of WF White Gold and she is a full sister to RL Sonny’s Charm 7102, Greenhorn’s Reserve National Champion. 302 has all the pieces to make her a great show heifer and a better donor. Look at her pedigree. Like our other offerings, if J.C. was still in the junior program, we would not be selling this one. For more information; www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

rwm

11

red

heifer

LE RE 6A

A top young prospect with great potetial in the show ring and then as a leading breeding piece in any program. The Revival line has been among the best in the breed for many years.couple that with Eldorado and you have a great addition to any program.

Simon Farms Rockford, Ohio Alan cell: 419-305-3971 Walter cell: 419-305-3973

JKN CUMBERLAND SA 16A ET *4200947 polled

CF TRUMP X *x, roan SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET *x, roan K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET *, white HD BLOODSTONE 603 ET *x, roan SULL GNCC JANIE R32T ET *x, rwm SS LAKESIDE JANE MARY 694 *x, rwm

Our first ET daughter from our up and coming donor SULL GNCC Janie this Eldorado daughter is big topped, very feminine in her kind yet still very powerful in her make up. CHV.

Cornerstone Farms Jason Newcom 183 N 300 W. • Winchester, IN 765-546-0796

polled

JAKE'S PROUD JAZZ 266L *x, roan WHR PROUD REVIVAL 9101 *x, roan CYT REVIVAL 624S ET *x, rwm

Joe, Kristen & J.C Mt. Zion, IL • 217-454-3223 217-864-5724 • www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

bd 03/25/2013

LE RE 310

CF TRUMP X *x, roan SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET *x, roan K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET *, white

Walker Farms Shorthorns

CSF JANE MARY 6A ELD ET *x4198891

heifer

bd 03/25/2013

12

rwm

heifer

LE RE 16A

horned

SULL GNCC ASSET ET *, r/w SULL SECURITY ASSET ET *x, rwm GCC MYRTLE BO 304 *x, rwm CF TRUMP X *x, roan WHR CUMBERLAND KATE 6120 ET *x, rwm WR4 RODEO CUMBERLAND 3R52 *, red

The dam of Cumberland 16A is a full sister to WHR Sonny 8114. Her grandam, Cumberland 3R52, has to be one of the best cows ever raised by Bill Rasor and has made a significant contribution to all the major Shorthorn herds. SULL Security Asset has produced some great females for us and adds Asset and Myrtle Bo to Cumberland 16A's pedigree. After you have shown this heifer you will have a cow that is backed by a great pedigree. Cumberland 16A is a long deep soggy heifer with a show ring look.

Ripberger Farms/Norman Farms Fred Ripberger/ Greg Norman Sidell, IL Fred 317-694-4273 Greg 217-822-2506

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CSF PRETTY WOMAN 5A RD ET *x4199841 bd 04/02/2013

13

red

heifer

LE RE 5A

polled

WF REVIVAL 306 ET *x4200602 bd 04/06/2013

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CF TRUMP X *x, roan SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET *x, r/w NPS DESERT ROSE 004 *, r/w CF TRUMP X *x, roan AF SL PRETTY WOMAN ET *x, red AR SU LU MEG 6037 ET *x, roan

A stout made big hipped heifer with tons of muscle and eye appeal sired by Right Direction and Pretty Woman make her a can’t miss future donor. CHV.

roan

heifer

WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan SS REVIVAL 489 ET *x, roan SS REVIVAL 7/8 *x, rwm

What more you could ask for in a phenotypic or genetic package? Simply put, 308 may be the best one we have ever raised and you can’t beat her pedigree. Her maternal sister was just named Reserve Grand Champion Heifer at the Illinois State Fair Open Show. Do not miss this opportunity!!!! More information available at www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

Cornerstone Farms

Walker Farms Shorthorns

Jason Newcom 183 N 300 W. • Winchester, IN 765-546-0796

Joe, Kristen & J.C Mt. Zion, IL • 217-454-3223 217-864-5724 • www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

SULL GNCC Eldorado ET SS Augusta Pride 3127

P BERGS DIAMOND PRIDE ET *x4200820

15a

polled

WHRRT AUGUSTASUNRISE 2107 ET *x, roan HD SWAGGER 802 ET *x, roan HD REFLECTION 021 *x, rwm

Hi View Ace of Diamonds

bd 04/08/2013

LE 306

white

heifer

LE 319

WERNACRES ACE HIGH 620 *x, roan HI VIEW'S ACE OF DIAMONDS *x, roan HI-VIEW 2ND ZELDA *x, red STUDER’S CONTROLER 31R *x, roan BERG’S PAMELA 3127 ET *x, white SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127 *x, rwm

polled

P BERGS DAISEY 3127 ET *x4200818

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CF TRUMP X *x, roan SULL GNCC ELDORADO ET *x, roan K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET *, white STUDER’S CONTROLER 31R *x, roan BERG’S PAMELA 3127 ET *x, white SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127 *x, rwm

Our direct daughter out of the original 3127 matted to Ace of Diamonds and Eldorado. Here you have it...two heifer calves with the style and elegance of their dam coupled with the power, body and air of their sires. If your serious about your breeding program, Augusta Pride should be in your pasture. Outstanding show and donner potential

15c B-6

15d shorthorn country = october 2013

15e

Berg Shorthorns Pam & Peter Berg 1223 Highway 9 Osage, Iowa Peter: 641-220-0717


SS FR DREAM LADY 1149A *x400972 bd 04/18/2013

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LE RE 1149A

CVF MYRTLE BO 52A polled

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SULL RED REWARD 9321 7/8 *x, red KOLT-RGLC SIMPLIFY 330X ET *x, red SULL MIRAGE FOREVER 8121 ET *x, roan WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan SS DREAM LADY 554 ET *x, red AF MARGIES DREAM LADY 05 ET *, roan

Dream Lady 1149A is one classy red, and I mean red, little lady with the innate "confidence" to command attention the moment she walks into the show ring. She is long sided, thick, soggy and pretty-fronted. She is good on her feet and legs and is structurally correct. And without a doubt Dream Lady 1149A is backed by top Shorthorn genetics. Her mother is by WHR Sonny and the great donor cow, AF Margies Dream Lady 05, and is a full sister to SULL Lady Crystal that has produced so many winners for John Sullivan including SULL Lucy the 2012 Junior National Champion Female. Dream Lady 1149A is our first daughter by KOLT-RGLC Simplify who is by SULL Red Reward and SULL Mirage Forever 8121, the top donor for Mark Gordon. This heifer has all the ingredients to be competitive at any level and presents an opportunity to acquire an exceptional cow and donor prospect.

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CF SOLUTION X ET *x, rwm SULL GNCC GREY GOOSE ET *x, roan K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET *, white WHR SONNY 8114 ET *x, roan SULL MYRTLE BO BABE 8118 ET *x, red CF MYRTLE BO 46 TP X ET *x, rwm

Creek View Farms Aidan Raab • 2110 S • Clark, Indiana Rob & Kim Raab • 260-414-7336 Robert Mautz Family • 260-358-6787

Fred Ripberger • Sidell, IL • 317-694-4273 Cory Schrag • Marion, SD • 605-941-5241

ShorthornPlus

ShorthornPlus

WH EBONY ROSE *sAR58188

JM CHUBBY PASS *sAR57704

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LE 52AZ

The Myrtle Bo family speaks for itself. This heifer is young but sound and well balanced with a lot of future. Lot 17A - One package of 3 Embryos. Sire: SULL GNCC ASSET ET * • Dam: SULL Myrtle Bo Babe 8118 ET *x Guarantee one pregnancy if implanted by a certified technician.

Ripberger Farms & Schrag Shorthorns

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heifer

heifer

LE RE 304103

K-KIM CRUISER 288N ET *x, roan K-KIM CASH 224R ET *x, roan K-KIM ROYAL RUBY 119M ET *x, rwm K-KIM PLEASURE PASS 129S ET *, roan JM CUBBY *xar, bwm X-BRED

Cash, Pleasure Pass, Strictly Business its all there for steer success! Great pedigree buy with confidence.

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NBH POLLED ENERGIZER 688 *xma, blk COWAN'S ALI 4M *xma, blk FJH COUNTESS 115H *xma, blk NPS DURANGO 774 CBH ET *x, roan RED DESERT ROSE ET *x, red NPS DESERT ROSE 833 ET *x, red

WH Ebony Rose is a well-muscled, moderate framed, March calf, out of our full sib to the famous Desert Rose 004 and the calving ease Maine bull, Cowan's Ali. She's a big-topped, fancy made female with a great temperament and a unique pedigree.

HH South Bend Farm & Whitewater Creek Farms JM Cattle Company Joe Metzger 7504 N. 250 W., Rossville, IN 46065 Joe Metzger 765-414-4065 AJ Metzger 765-414-5025

HH South Bend Farm Roger Haley Family 32444 110th St. Waseca, MN 56093 507-461-2534

Whitewater Creek Farms 51717 147th Ave. Waterville, MN 56096 507-838-5109

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Thank you for attending our sale!

WF ROXANNE 303 *xAR58137 bd 03/29/2013

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KL PRIME TIME PAYMASTER x, red STUDER’S RUBY RED 1Y *x, red KFSCDF RUBY’S GIRL 114W ET *x, r/w MCC CUPID 414 WF SHARONA 1/2 *x, b/r CCS FAVORITE 36U *x, roan

We only have one Plus cow and this heifer is an example why we own WF Sharona. When I bought this heifer’s sire from the Dale Studer Family in 2011, I thought we got a great deal. She proves that. Very few females have the muscle that she has in this attractive of a package. She is ¾ Shorthorn and ¼ Angus. Checkout her dam and sire at www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

Walker Farms Shorthorns Joe, Kristen & J.C Mt. Zion, IL • 217-454-3223 217-864-5724 • www.facebook.com/walkerfarmsshorthorns

8 Classes and Premium Schedule Almost $10,000 in premiums will be awarded! Class 5-

Class 1 Placing

Lot #

Birthdate

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1 2

1/13/13 CSF MIRAGE 3A ELD ET *x 1/29/13 CS GIDGET S06A *x

3 4 5

2/3/13 KFSC MONA’S SUNSHINE * 2/13/13 TOP NOTCH IMA FUSION *x 2/13/13 JM CASH MIRAGE *x

Heifer

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13 14 15a 16

4/2/13 4/6/13 4/8/13 4/18/13

CSF PRETTY WOMAN 5A RD ET *x WF REVIVAL 306 ET *x P BERGS DIAMOND PRIDE ET *x SS FR DREAM LADY 1149A *x

15b 17

5/2/13 P BERGS DAISEY 3127 ET *x 5/13/13 CVF MYRTLE BO 52A

Class 2 ______ ______ ______

Class 6 ______ ______

Class 7 - ShorthornPlus Class 3 ______ ______ ______

6 7 8

3/5/13 3/7/13 3/9/13

TOP NOTCH LITA MARIE *x VTS BRIDGET’S WACO 373 ET *x FR CARMELE PT 270A *x

9 10 11 12

3/14/13 3/15/13 3/25/13 3/25/13

WF LUCKY CHARM 302 ET *x SF REVIVAL ELD 310 x CSF JANE MARY 6A ELD ET *x JKN CUMBERLAND SA 16A ET *

Class 4______ ______ ______ ______

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18 19 20

1/14/13 JM CHUBBY PASS *sAR 3/21/13 WH EBONY ROSE *sAR 3/29/13 WF ROXANNE 303 *xAR


Doug, Nancy, Matt & Nick Inness 1339 Knox Hwy 25 Galesburg, IL 61401 309-343-6462 - 4th Generation Shorthorns -

IPPENSEN FAMILY SHORTHORNS DARRELL W. IPPENSEN 217-440-6847

IROQUOIAN SHORTHORNS

DONNA & JESSICA ABREGO 309-297-0913

Don Washburn & Family

45 N. Co. Rd. 2700 E. • Bowen, IL 62316 dwishort@hotmail.com

3306 W 1250 S Kentland, IN 47951 219-474-5008 cell: 219-869-0758 washburndon@gmail.com

2013 calves sired by Waukaru Patent, Saskvalley

Pioneer, Sin City, JSF Capiche, Little Cedar Aviator, JM Vortec, Monopoly & K-Kim Baseline

www.ippensenfamilyshorthorns.com

J&J Show Cattle

Herd Bulls CF Star Bucks *x TG/RRA Complete 421U *xar A&T Renegade 124 *x

Jeremy, Jaime, Preston & Triston Kennedy

CATTLE COMPANY Cody Nelson 507 720 2998 Jeff Morris 320 212 9291 Doug Bruns 320 905 6510

Joe & Marla Metzger

Taylor & Torie Schwartz 7504 N. 250 W., Rossville, IN 46065 765-379-2926 • www.jmcattleco.com A.J. & Tonya Metzger, Paiton, Parker & Tate George Jerod, Tracy, Madison & Tucker Metzger Tanner & Andrea Schwartz

Josh & Tiffany Moreland Family, Friends & Shorthorn cattle

2273 Israel Somers Rd • Camden, Ohio 937-336-1088 • jtmoreland@gmail.com www.jtmorelandfarms.com

2250 L Rd • West Point, NE 68788 Jeremy: 402-380-9164 • Jamie: 402-380-3259 jjkr_74 @hotmail.com • www.jandjshowcattle.com

Dave & Mary Lou Kearns Dave Kearns Scott, Lynette & Koby Kearns 11600 Shabbona Grove Rd. Waterman, IL 60556 815-264-3468: home 815-739-3578: Dave’s cell 815-739-3575: Dave, Jr.’s cell dmkearns@mycbsi.com Visitors Welcome!

Kilgore Shorthorn Farm

The Workman Family 54905 Fulton Hill Rd Bellaire, Ohio 43906

Bob: 740-676-5112 • Brent: 740-310-4361 Rick: 724-344-8056

Looking for Pure Genetics?

22195 Hand Rd., Acthison, KS 66002 Shorthorn/Angus Bulls and Show Calves For Sale call for information 913-773-8359 • cell: 913-758-7892

KJ German’s G Shorthorns Cattle available For Sale! K. Justin, Colene, Ryan and Emilia German 21360 E. 24th Rd Nokomis, IL 62075 217-827-1465 • german_justin@live.com

EVELDALE FARMS contact: L.E. Mathers III: 309-263-4233 mathers@leveldale.com or cattle@leveldale.com or Scott Wall: cell: 309-212-5450 swall_otg@yahoo.com 10442 N Co. Rd 2980 E • Mason City, IL 62664 309-678-4230

Visit our website at www.Leveldale.com

Straws Available

Try a Lincoln Red!

Ron: 319.560.9433 - rclong63@yahoo.com John: 319.560.9158 - jlong@latticebiz.com Jim Sr.: 319.560.9680 - HM: 319-472-4465 • JD: 319.560.9344

www.lincolnred.org Larry and Sarah Pedelty Chatfield, MN • 507-867-9041 sarahpedelty@yahoo.com

Vinton, Iowa

Masonic VillageFarm

CATTLE FOR SALE AT ALL TIMES

Robert & Carolyn Ridler Registered Clydesdales & Shorthorn Cattle

111096 11th Line, East Garafraxa, ON L7W 7A4

519-928-5220

www.maplestoneclydes.com maplestone@xplornet.com

Gerald Tracy and Frank Stoltzfus

One Masonic Drive Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717-371-0798 fstoltzf@masonicvillages.org

www.masonicvillagefarm.com

Resgistered Shorthorns & Club Calves www.longshorthorns.com

McKee Family Shorthorns Wayne and Aileen McKee 5827 155th Avenue • Indianola, IA 50125 515-961-2073

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Meadow Lane Farms Please visit our website at: www.meadowlanefarm.com

The Bertz’s

6430 Moss Road Tools of the Trade Sale Mayview, MO 64071 Harold: 660-237-4988 FAX: 660-237-4989

Alan, Kathy, Allison, and Craig Greensburg, IN

812-663-4967 Alan cell: 812-525-4615 • Craig: 812-525-3428 Allison: 812-525-3993 mfshorthorns@hotmail.com www.meyerfamilyshorthorns.com

Located just east of Kansas City on I-70 at the 44 mile marker!

Moon cReek Ranch

Danny Holland: 918.413.1212 Marie Cole, MD: 918.413.5435

12186 SE 230 Road • Talihina, OK 74571 mooncreekranch@hotmail.com

www.mooncreekshorthorns.com

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Chaddrick R. Sumner

1885 Cranford Sumner Rd. • Lenox, GA 31637 229-546-4512 • cell: 229-388-7038 kssumner@planttel.net Eph. 2:8-9 New Herd Sires: Code Red • PLM Blanco

PHILDON FARMS

PF PF

MEYER FARMS

ED & CONNIE MEYER AND FAMILY

1550 E. 450 S. Rushville, IN 46173 765-938-1204 • Ed cell: 765-561-1232

Greg, Julie, Grant & Jillian 7234 E. 2700 Rd • Sidell, Il 61876 217-822-2506

Prospect Hill

Registered Shorthorn Show Cattle SHORTHORN CATTLE ECONOMY, INDIANA

Ron Martin & Family

2699 E. 700 N. Greenfield, IN 46140 317-326-2568 cell: 317-727-4904 phildonfarms@aol.com

Steve & Cindy Oler 9058 Manning Road Home: 765-886-5737 Economy, IN 47339 Cell: 765-993-0839 olerfs@olerfs.com Business: 765-886-4444

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SHORTHORNS

Meeting Creek Les and Shelley Peterson 780-877-2444 & Paul and Christy Van De Voorde 780-877-2161 Meeting Creek, Alberta, Canada www.prospecthillshorthorns.ca

ICHARDSON ARMS

Shorthorns

Ripberger Farms

Sammy and Wilma Richardson

Fred Ripberger

3703 Hwy 29 • Marlow, OK 73055 580-658-2709 richardsonfarms@wichitaonline.net

7234 E. 2700 Rd Sidell, Il 61876 317-694-4273

If it says R O B J O Y in the pedigree, you know they’re gonna be good!

Ricky and Lance Guidry 9256 Robinson Rd. Bell City, LA 70630 337-598-3258 • cell: 337-540-2825 office: 337-775-5928

ROBJOY SHORTHORNS Bob and Joyce Wilson Home: 217-348-6750 Dr. Larry Wilson Cell: 217-276-5964

Home: 847-814-7301 28 Buchanan Court • Charleston, IL 61920

Rocky Branch Shorthorns Bob and Mark Gordon 1160 600th Ave, • Middletown, IL 62666 Bob: 217-732-7596 Mark: 217-737-7905 mark.gordon@plantpioneer.com Shelden Tibbs, Herdsman

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Lee & Joy Kerby Hannah Lynch 1581 Paint Rock Valley Road Philadelphia, TN 37846 home: 865-213-3357 cell: 865-250-8809

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email: RCKYBRNCH@AOL.COM http://SHORTHORNS.com

Rob Sneed Shorthorns 28402 Griessen Road • Sedalia, MO 65301 home: 660-826-1718 • cell: 660-620-1718 robsneedshorthorns.org

ROD Shorthorn Farms

21965 3150 East St. • Arlington, IL 61312 office: 815-849-5700 • cell: 815-703-4553 email: rodney.rod@plantpioneer.com

Rodney, Cynthia, Rodney II, Brody & Jolett Rod

✰ Home of the Rock Stars! ✰


Sexton Shorthorns Lyle, Stephanie Ty & Keiffer Ainsworth, IA 319-648-3928

27634-443 Avenue • Marion, SD 57043

Cory, Melissa, Samantha and Jaxon Schrag 605-925-4804 • 605-941-5241 schrag@svtv.com

SharBen Shorthorns Ben & Sharon Wilson

947 Bald Eagle Road • Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 606-247-3023 • cell: 606-782-0754 benwilson@windstream.net

“American Ride” Plus National Champion www.sextoncattleia.com

Club Calves and Semen

Steve & Linda Swihart 7168 Co. Hwy 330 Upper Sandusky, OH 43351

“The Choice For Choice”

419-294-5137 slams@udata.com

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Rick, Sandy, Blane and Clay Osterday 31728 US Highway 12 • Java, SD 57452 • 605-285-6761 email: rsosterday@venturecomm.net www.stanglshorthorns.com

Offical Scorer for Boone-Crockett

Strode Family Shorthorns

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Don and Marylou Mayse 8090 E. Highway AB • Columbia, MO 65201 573-449-4250 • www.shomefarms.com

Purebred Shorthorns Since 1967

Nick, Patti, Savannah, Lane and Lily Steinke 9504 W. 300 S. • Rensselaer, IN 47978 219-866-5814 • cell: 219-863-7072 pnsteinke@yahoo.com • www.steinkeshorthorns.com

John, Dede, Sara and Sage cell: 712-263-0263 John Elder - cell: 402-650-1385 701 Iowa Ave. • Dunlap, IA 51529 www.maternallegends.com building maternal legends . . .

9300 Boyd Farm Rd. • Rochester, Il 62563 home: 217-498-9621 Curt: 217-836-9621 • Rob: 217-725-4955 Cattle available For Sale!

The Jay Benham Family

4733 LeFevre Road Troy, Ohio 45373 937-335-1622 Visitors Always Welcome!

Sutherland Shorthorns

Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns

David Ragsdale

Doug & Rhonda North

3100 Locke Lane • Prospect, KY 40059 cell: 502-396-6533

5544 Stone Road Clinton, IL 61727 217-622-4466 tenmileshorthorns@live.com

Semen $5 a straw

farms

tone Springs S Shorthorns

Visit us at www.sutherlandshorthorns.com

TOWNVIEW SHORTHORNS LYNN, GALE, AND JEFF NELSON 25994 725TH AVE. ALBERT LEA, MN 56007 507-826–3184 • cell: 507-402-4772 www.topnotchstockfarm.com

Ar Su Lu Spear 320 x

TYNYWTRA’S J&J Humphreys John: 219-279-2374

BRENT ELAM & BOYS 4163 HALMAN ROAD CEDAR HILL, TN 37032 615-384-3355 • CELL: 615-730-0132 STEVE ELAM: 615-268-5630 brent.townview.elam@gmail.com

Hauxdale Shorthorn Farm 5106 169 R Ave SE Kindred, ND 58051 Steve: 701.261.3426

Andy: 219-279-2971 • Josh: 219-863-3984 7229 W. 200 N. • Wolcott, IN 47995 The coffee pot is always on!

Bryan

Marti

Bulls, females and show prospects for sale. Vogel Shorthorn Farm 10631 24th St SE • Rogers, ND 58479 vogelshorthornfarm@hotmail.com Justin: 701.320.4054 • Whitney: 701.261.1667

1502 Missouri Valley Road Riverton, WY 82501 307-857-4240

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7577 S. 210 E. • Rensselaer, IN 47978 Barry & Anita: 219-866-3513 • cell: 219-819-0430 Toby & Jodi: cell: 219-819-4603 www.waukaru.net

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Wilson Livestock Agency Revolutionizing the livestock industry through integrated genetic solutions.

Route 1, Box 55 Findlay, IL 62534 217-756-8828 cell: 217-454-9355 www.stuartwilsonlivestock.com

SULLIVAN SUPPLY Online Ordering Available! No handling charges ✗ No minimum number of units ordered ✗ No hassle ✗

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MARKETING

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Livestock Grooming Products Sullivan Supply South Hillsboro, TX 800-588-7096 FAX: 254-582-7114

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Call today for free mail order catalog.

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Bert Moore

Jeff K. and Darla Aegerter 520 South Evergreen Dr. • Seward, NE 68434 402-641-4696 • jaegerter@neb.rr.com www.aegertermarketing.com

WAYMAR SEMEN SPECIALISTS Semen available for your breeding needs!

Wayne Temple Family 3261 E. 3rd Road • LaSalle, IL 61301 Ph./FAX: 815-223-2534 • 815-223-8905 www.champion-drive.com/waymar e-mail: waymar00@msn.com

Bruce Brooks

Independent Consultant Know the Cattle - Know the People

Finding Shorthorns that fit your operation 701.541.5035 bertshorthorn@gmail.com

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Shorthorns With Integrity

Selling nation-wide!

Kevin Wendt

cell: 419-566-1599 23855 State Route 161 kevin@thewendtgroup.com Irwin, Ohio 43029

www.montanashorthorns.com


=Show

Schedule

Fair Tulsa State Fair State Fair of Texas Tulsa State Fair State Fair of Texas Tulsa State Fair Keystone International Georgia National Fair Keystone International State Fair of Texas Keystone International Arkansas State Fair Arkansas State Fair Arkansas State Fair South Carolina State Fair South Carolina State Fair South Carolina State Fair State Fair of Louisiana State Fair of Louisiana American Royal American Royal North Florida Fair North Florida Fair NAILE NAILE NAILE NAILE Arizona National Livestock Show Arizona National Livestock Show National Western Stock Show National Western Stock Show National Western Stock Show National Western Stock Show Southwestern Expo Southwestern Expo Southwestern Expo Southwestern Expo

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Location Tulsa, OK Dallas, TX Tulsa, OK Dallas, TX Tulsa, OK Harrisburg, PA Perry, GA Harrisburg, PA Dallas, TX Harrisburg, PA Little Rock, AR Little Rock, AR Little Rock, AR Columbia, SC Columbia, SC Columbia, SC Shreveport, LA Shreveport, LA Kansas City, MO Kansas City, MO Tallahassee, FL Tallahassee, FL Louisville, KY Louisville, KY Louisville, KY Louisville, KY Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ Denver, CO Denver, CO Denver, CO Denver, CO Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, TX

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Show Junior Prospect Steer Show Junior Prospect Steer Junior Market Steer Show Junior Market Steer Junior Heifer Show Major PACE Show Junior Heifer Show Junior Market Steer Show Junior Heifer show Junior PACE Show Junior Show Open Show Market Steer Open Show Junior Steer Show Junior Show Junior Heifer Show Open Show Junior Heifer Show Major PACE Show Junior Steer Show Junior Heifer Show Junior/Open ShorthornPlus Show Steer Futurity & Breeders’ Cup Junior Major PACE Show Major PACE Show Junior Heifer Show Open Show Pen Show Junior Major PACE Heifer Show Shorthorn Bull Show Major PACE Female Shorthorn/Plus Junior Heifer Show Major PACE Show ShorthornPlus Show Junior Steer Show

Date 10/2 10/2 10/3 10/3 10/5 10/5 10/5 10/5 10/6 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/15 10/18 10/18 10/19 10/25 10/25 10/31 10/31 11/16 11/17 11/16 11/17 11/17 11/18 12/28 12/30 1/18 1/19 1/19 1/20 1/25 2/2 2/2 2/6

Time 10 a.m. 9 a.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 10 a.m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. following 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 8 a.m. 8 a.m. 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. Following 1 p.m. 8 a.m. 2 p.m. follow 8 a.m.

Judge

Randy Mullinix

Barry Nowatzke Scott Schaake

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=Sales Calendar Oct. 5 - Fall Harvest Sale, Nebraska State Fairgrounds, Grand Island, Neb.

Oct. 27 - Cedar Valley Sale, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Oct. 6 - KOLT Cattle Company, Simple Choice Sale, Seward, Neb.

Oct. 27 - Matlock Stock Farm, Hill Country Classic Sale, Lloydminster, SK

Oct. 6 - Turner Shorthorns Open House, Somerset, Ohio.

Oct. 29 - First Annual Agle Family Show Heifer On-Line Sale. Bids close at 7:00 p.m. EST.

Oct. 8 - Turner Shorthorns Online Sale, Somerset, Ohio. Check turnershorthorns.com. Oct. 11-13 - Fusion Cattle’s Shorthorn Prestige On-Line Sale with CaldwellWilloghby, La Mollie, Ill. Oct. 11-16 - Practical and Profitable Online bid Sale, Hahn Family Shorthorns, Minonk, Ill. Oct. 12 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, Where Great Females Make a Difference Sale, Waynesville, Ohio Oct. 12 - JT Moreland Farms, Unlimited Potential Sale, Camden, Ohio Oct. 13 - Rod Shorthorn Farm, Waymar Shorthorns and Kohlstaedt Farms, Swing the Gate Sale, Sublette, Ill. Oct. 14 - Hill Haven Selections Sale, Duntroon, Ontario, Canada Oct. 18 - Cyclone Trace Cattle Company, Shorthorns UpFront Sale, Clarion, Iowa Oct. 19 - Keystone Autumn Klassic Sale, Waynesburg, Pa. Oct. 19 - Studer Farms, Family Legacies Sale, Creston, Iowa Oct. 20 - Sullivan Farms, Maternal Legends Sale, Dunlap, Iowa Oct. 26 - Leveldale Farms Ladies of Leveldale Investment Sale, Mason City, Ill. Oct. 26 - Double J Shorthorns and Crow Creek Farms, Shorthorn 500 Sale, Marietta, Okla.

Nov. 2 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, Durham Nation Sale, Kathryn, ND.

Your Marketing Professional If we can help you with further information regarding these sales, feel free to contact us.

October 6 - KOLT Cattle Company, Simple Choice Sale, Seward, Nebraska

Oct. 14 - Hill Haven Selections Sale, Duntroon, Ontario, Canada

Nov. 2 - Four State Shorthorn Sale, Whites Equine Center, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 3 - Schrag Shorthorn Farm, Family Event Sale, Marion, SD Nov. 7 - Shadybrook’s Decades of Excellence On-Line SaleWest Brome Quebec, Can. Nov. 17 - North American Heifer Calf Futurity Sale, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 17 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, Where Future Generations Are Created Sale, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 30 - Fischer Cattle Company, Power On The Plains Sale, Great Bend, Kan. Nov. 30 - Bollum Family Shorthorns Harvest Pride Online Sale, Goodhue, Minn.

October 18 - Cyclone Trace Cattle Company, Shorthorns UpFront Sale, Clarion, Iowa

October 20 - Sullivan Farms, Maternal Legends Sale, Dunlap, Iowa

October 26 - Leveldale Farms, Ladies of Leveldale Investment Sale, Mason City, Illinois

November 17- North American Heifer Calf Futurity Sale, Louisville, Kentucky

Dec. 2 - JDMC Cattle Company, “COMMON CENT$” Bred Heifer Sale, check breedersworld.com. Dec. 21 - RK Cattle Company, Power RK Calf Factor Sale, Moorefield, Ontario, Canada Jan. 25 - JDMC Cattle Company, “COMMON CENT$” Bull Sale, Renville, Minn. =

Auction Sales • Private Treaty • Semen • Embryos

Cagwin Cattle Services, LLC P.O. Box 77 • Virginia, IL 62691

217-452-3051 • FAX: 217-452-3053 email: cagwincattle@casscomm.com

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=Ad Index AAA Shorthorns ............................................73 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. ..................86 AMS Shorthorns ............................................73 Bartels Bros ....................................................73 Bennett Land & Cattle ..................................73 Berg Shorthorns ............................................73 Bern-A-Dale Shorthorns ................................73 Bert Moore ....................................................86 Bigelow Farms ................................................73 Bo’s Shorthorns ..............................................73 Bowman Superior Genetics ............................73 Broken Road Cattle Company ......................73 Brooks, Bruce ................................................86 Buffalo Lake Shorthorns ................................73 Byland Polled Shorthorns ..............................73 Canadian Western Agribition Show................24 Cates Farms ........................................12-13, 73 Cattle Visions ................................................86 Cedar Valley Shorthorn Sale ..........................35 Circle H Cattle Company ..............................73 Coyne Family Farm Shorthorns......................73 Crawfdown Farms ..........................................73 Cyclone Trace Cattle Co.............................8, 73 Dale Studer Family Shorthorns ......................21 Dav Mar Way Farms ......................................73 David Farms Registered Shorthorns ..............10 Diamond C Shorthorns..................................74 Diamond M Shorthorns ................................74 DJS Shorthorns ..............................................74 Donnelly Shorthorns......................................27 Dragstrem ......................................................28 DTR Cattle Co ..............................................74 Duis Farms ....................................................74 Ea Ra Ba H Farm ..........................................74 Fieser’s Polled Shorthorns ..............................74 Fischer Cattle Company ........................74, IBC Fort Worth Stock Show..................................15 Four State Shorthorn Sale ..............................34 Franz Farms....................................................74 Genex Cooperative ........................................27 Glenn Holly Farms ........................................74 Great American Insurance ..............................86 Greenhorn Cattle Company, LLC............11, 74 Gunn Shorthorns ..........................................74 Haumont Shorthorns ....................................74 Hauxdale Shorthorn Farm..............................85 High Ridge Farm LTD ........................7, 10,8 2 Homeplace Farms ..........................................74 Horsecreek Outfitters ....................................34 Hub Ranch Shorthorns ..................................74 Hunt Farms....................................................74 Illinois Breeders Unitd For Impact............66-67 Indian Hills Land & Cattle Co. ....................74 Inness Shorthorns ..........................................74 Ippensen Family Shorthorns ..........................83 Iroquoian Shorthorns ....................................83 J&J Show Cattle ............................................83 James F. Bessler, Inc. ......................................86 JDMC Cattle Company ................................83 JM Cattle Company ......................................83 Jordan Acres ..................................................19 JT Moreland Farms, LLC ..............................83 Jungels Shorthorn Farm ..............................IFC Kearns Farms............................................29, 83 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm ............................83 Keystone Autum Klassic ................................61 Kilgore Shorthorn Farm ................................83 KJG German’s Shorhtorns ..............................83 Leading a Legacy ............................................88 Leveldale Farms................................A1-A24, 83 Lincoln Reds ..................................................83 Little Cedar Cattle Co. ..............................9, 83 Long Family Shorthorns ................................83 Maple Stone Farm ..........................................83 Masonic Village Farm ....................................83 McCall Show Cattle ......................................25 McKee Family Shorthorns..............................83 Meadow Lane Farms ......................................84 Meyer Family Shorthorns ..............................84 Meyer Farms ..................................................84 Mitchell Shorthorns ......................................20 Montana Shorthorn Association ....................86 Moon Creek Ranch........................................84 New River Cattle............................................84 Norman Farms ..............................................84 North American Heifer Calf Futurity ......B1-B8 O’Sullivan Auctioneer ....................................86 Oler Farm ......................................................84 Pfizer Animal Health......................................86 Phildon Farms ................................................84 Prospect Hill Shorthorns ................................84 Richardson Farms Shorthorns ........................84

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Ripberger Family Farms ................................84 RK Cattle Cpmpany ......................................84 RL Cattle Company ......................................84 Robjoy Shorthorns ........................................84 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle ..............................84 Rocky Branch Shorthorns ..............................84 Rod Shorthorns ..............................................84 Schrag Shorthorn Farms ............................3, 85 Sexton Shorthorns ..........................................85 Shadybrook Farm ............................................5 SharBen Shorthorns ......................................85 Sho-Me Shorthorns ........................................85 Shorthorn 500 ..........................................16-17 ShorthornPlus Foundation ............................90 ShorthornShop ..............................................86 SLS Family Shorthorns ..................................85 Sneed, Rob Shorthorns ..................................85 Stangl Shorthorns ..........................................85

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Steinke Shorthorns ........................................85 Stone Springs Shorthorns ..............................85 Strode Family Shorhtorns ..............................85 Sullivan Farms ........................................85, BC Sullivan Supply ..............................................86 Sutherland Shorthorns....................................85 Ten Mile Farm Shorthorns ............................85 The National CUP Lab ................................86 Top Notch Stock Farm ..................................85 Townview Shorthorns ....................................85 Tynywtra’s ......................................................85 V8 Shorthorns................................................85 Vogel Shorthorn Farm ....................................85 Warner Ranch ................................................85 Waukaru Polled Shorthorns............................86 Waymar Semen Specialists..............................86 Wendt, Kevin ................................................86 Wilson Livestock Agency................................86


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