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The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.


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Contents

september 2020 issue 8 • volume 47

The September cover photo was taken by Rachel Gaudette at Weldon Creek Farms, Custer, Mich.

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

Shorthorn Country

The Voice of the Shorthorn Breed.

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Features

Annual Meeting Schedule................................................................ 16 Updates to Growth Trait Predictions.............................................. 22 Fall Harvest Shorthorn Production Sale Catalog.................A1-A24 Investing in the Future ..................................................................... 52 Shorthorn Youth Development Facts ............................................ 54

Departments Update..................................................................................8 Association Outlook........................................................10 Beef Business.....................................................................12 What You Need to Know.................................................16 Beef Blurb..........................................................................20 Junior Corner....................................................................50 Tartan Plaid.......................................................................58 News & Notes....................................................................60 Sales Calendar...................................................................67 Ad Index............................................................................68

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Contract rates require advertising in all 11 issues per year with a business card ad. Business card price is pre-paid at the beginning of the calendar year or pro-rated if started after the first issue of the year. Contract (11x) rates do not apply for any sale advertising. Contract advertisers must run the business card ad in every issue. Contracts will run by calendar year. No agency commissions are allowed.

Online Sale Packages & Sale Catalogs

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

Don Cagwin, publisher Amy Sampson, managing editor/creative director 816-599-7777 • amy@shorthorncountry.org Amanda Cagwin, accountant • amandacagwin@yahoo.com =Advertising Representatives Cindy Cagwin-Johnston 217-452-3051 • cagwincattle@casscomm.com Darryl Rahn 217-473-1124 • drahn@casscomm.com Jay Carlson, Carlson Media Group, LLC 913-268-5725 • Jay@carlsonmediagroup.com =Advisory Council Montie Soules, ASA representative Don Cagwin, Durham Management Co. =Subscriptions US: 1 year- $24 • 2 years - $38 • 3 years - $52 1 year US First Class - $54/year Canada: 1 year- $60 • 2 years - $110 • 3 years - $130 Other Foreign: 1 year- $120 • 2 years - $220 • 3 years - $300 SHORTHORN COUNTRY (ISSN 0149-9319) Published monthly by the American Shorthorn Association, 7607 NW Prairie View Rd., Platte Woods, MO 64151. Subscription rates are $24.00 for 1 year, $38.00 for 2 years, and $52.00 for 3 years in the U.S.; $60.00 for 1 year, $110.00 for 2 years, and $130.00 for 3 years to Canada and $120.00 for 1 year, $220.00 for 2 years, and $300.00 for 3 years to other foreign countries. Periodicals postage paid at Kansas City, MO and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: send address changes to SHORTHORN COUNTRY, 7607 NW Prairie View Rd., Platte Woods, MO 64151.


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Upcoming Committee Conference Calls Genetic Evaluation Committee Sept. 14 12:00 pm CT Commercial Acceptance Committee Sept. 14 12:00 pm CT ShorthornPlus Committee Sept. 14 12:00 pm CT

Shorthorn Update

Contact emilyv@shorthorn.org if you would like to participate in these committee calls.

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

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

ASA Dates of Note September Sept. 7 ASA Office Closed - Labor Day Sept. 8 All ballots due in ASA office for electing delegates Sept. 15 American Royal ownership and entry deadline Sept. 25 American Royal late entry deadline (late fees incur) Sept. 28 American Rancher Shorthorn Show - 8:00 pm Central - RFD TV October Oct. 1 NAILE entry deadline Oct. 22 American Royal Junior Shorthorn Show and National Shorthorn Show November Nov. 1 Inventories mailed for 2021 WHR Assessments

Nov. 14 NAILE - Jr. ShorthornPlus Show Nov. 14 NAILE Junior Fundraiser Deck the Stalls Extravaganza Nov. 15 Fort Worth entry deadline Nov. 15 NAILE - Jr. Shorthorn Show Nov. 16 NAILE - National ShorthornPlus Show followed by National Shorthorn Show Nov. 20 NWSS entry deadline (Open/Junior/Yards) Nov. 26-27 ASA Office Closed - Thanksgiving and day after December Dec. 4 Shorthorn Social at the ASA Office Dec. 5 ASA Annual Meeting, Forum & Awards Banquet - Kansas City, MO

2020 ASA Annual Meeting,Forum & Awards Banquet December 5, 2020 - Hilton Kansas City Airport - Kansas City, MO 7:30 a.m.- Continental Breakfast (provided in conference room) 8-8:30 a.m.- Eric Grant, The Grant Company 8:30-9:15a.m.- Advertising/Social Media, Danielle Starr 9:15-9:40 a.m.- Break 9:45-10:45 a.m.- Marketing for Your Sale, Panel - Jeff Aegerter, Christy Collins, Brett Spader 10:45 a.m.-12 p.m.- Marketing Your Program, Dr. Tom Field 12-1:30 p.m.- Lunch 2-4 p.m.- ASA Annual Meeting * Join us for a Shorthorn Social 4-6 p.m.- Social at the ASA Office on Friday, 6-8:30 p.m.- Awards Banquet December 4th from 5:00-7:00 PM

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If you are a paid ASA member in good standing, be watching your mail for the delegate ballot! Be sure to complete your ballot and return to the ASA office by September 8th.

NEW American Rancher Shorthorn Show Sept. 28 at 8:00 p.m. CT • RFD TV Sept. 29 at 12:00 a.m. CT • RFD TV Oct. 4 at 11:00 a.m. CT • RFD TV

2020 ASA Annual Meeting Hotel Info Hilton Kansas City Airport 8801 NW 112th St. Kansas City, MO 64153 Call Hotel for Reservations Phone: 816-891-8900 Cutoff date: 12pm on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020

Think Ahead!!

If you plan to attend a show this fall or are going to be selling any cattle, now is the time to get your animals registered! This will allow you, or our staff, time to make corrections or gather additional information if there are issues preventing the registrations from being processed. This is also a reminder to get your Donor Dams’ DNA testing completed.

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

Regular Office Hours

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

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Association Outlook

Montie D. asa executive Soules secretary/CEO

The Breed Moves On!

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all sale season is upon us. The Covid-19 Pandemic has changed things for everyone and still, the Shorthorn breed moves on! Farmers and ranchers continue daily activities, feeding and caring for their animals; they continue making breeding decisions, getting the cow herd bred and calving them out. A semi-normal lifestyle continues for Shorthorn breeders throughout the country, all the time optimistically preparing for sales and marketing Shorthorns. Due to the risk of transmitting the virus among large groups of people, sales looked different last spring – a trend that will continue into the fall. We have learned to deal with masks, social distancing and virtual meetings and online sales; features that we are growing accustomed to. This is our new normal as some choose to attend sales in person and others opt to do their bidding by virtual means. The demand for top Shorthorn genetics will prevail and the sale season will move on! Change will persist in 2020; new ways of doing business are being created and many will carry on with these avenues in the future. We must all become open minded to those possibilities while, at the same time, keep in mind and fully understand that our business is people related. Through texts, email, FaceTime, social media, Zoom and GoToMeeting, virtual communication is our new norm. Use all these tools to stay in touch and reach out to fellow breeders, members and your customers. People are still people and cattle are still cattle. The passion people have for the Shorthorn business has not changed. So, make a point to connect and continue attending and/or participating in the fall season, however it is shown or shared! On a different note, we will host the ASA Annual meeting this December in Kansas City. Plans include a social at the 10

ASA Office on Friday evening, Dec. 4th, followed by the Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet Saturday, Dec. 5th at the Hilton Kansas City Airport. A program Saturday morning will focus on marketing your cattle where panelists and speakers will share the do’s and don’ts of marketing. The ASA Annual Meeting will be Saturday afternoon, followed by a social before the Awards Banquet that evening. There will be some Youth Development Fundraising opportunities this year in conjunction with the Annual Meeting Forum and Awards Banquet. This is a great time to share ideas and meet fellow Shorthorn enthusiast. The best sessions may be the breaks when breeders visit with each other and learn what they are doing. This has become a must-attend event for Shorthorn breeders. Several fundraising changes are on the horizon for Shorthorn Youth programs including the National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference. The Resource Development Committee has finalized a number of new recognitions for donors and sponsors. Watch for Lot 50 at sales in which the sale host(s) will donate 50% of the Lot 50 proceeds to the Youth Development Fund, or Lot 100 when an embryo or semen lot is donated by the sale host(s) with 100% of the proceeds going to the Youth Development Fund. The breeders making the donation of a Lot 50 or Lot 100 will become part of the Shorthorn Royal Society. Look for the Shorthorn Youth Development Fund logo to identify these SHORTHORN lots in upcoming sales: Royal Society

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The Foundation Heifer Sale will be held in Louisville during the North American. Donors who purchase this heifer will become part of the Red, White or Roan Club. A new pledge system will be in place allowing Shorthorn pledges to be billed through Red, White & Roan the registry. These pledges will also admit you to the Red, White or Roan Club. Donations from these fundraising activities help pay for the Junior National and Youth Conference, plus other AJSA educational and leadership activities. Please check out a full article on new opportunities to invest in the Shorthorn Junior Programs by Shelby Diehm on page 20. 2020 is proving to be a challenging year with many unknowns from cow shows to college and professional sports. Regardless of how Covid-19 continues to affect our daily and professional lives, we need to learn how to live with it; just as everyone who helped make the 2020 Junior National and Youth Conference a huge success, Shorthorn sales this Fall will be a success as “THE BREED MOVES ON!” =

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Beef Business

Matt director of Woolfolk performance programs

A Series of Numbers: Maternal EPDs Welcome to the second installment of my series on performance data, EPDs, and how we use them in the Shorthorn breed. Last month, carcass traits were the point of discussion. Now, maternal traits will be taking center stage. Defining a “maternal” trait can sometimes be difficult. If you ask 10 Shorthorn breeders to define “maternal”, you can very easily get 9 or 10 different answers. Believe me, I’ve tried it! It’s even more difficult to define with data. There are traits that are absolutely important to making a good cow, such as mothering ability, fertility, and udder quality, that we don’t have the data points to create a genetic prediction tool for the trait (at least not yet). For this article, I will focus on the ones that we do currently have an EPD for while diving deeper into them. The four traits are Milk, Total Maternal, Calving Ease Maternal, and Stayability. For me, the most difficult part of defining and using maternal trait EPDs is remembering that these traits we are looking at are a generation away, thus not as straightforward to define. When studying a bull for traits like CED, WW, and MB, the EPDs are predicting the performance of his progeny directly (how easy his calves will birth, wean, and marble). With the maternal EPDs, we are analyzing the performance of his daughters, but not until they turn two and have a calf themselves. The EPD that is always the most difficult for me to define is the Milk EPD (MK), since we are not in the dairy industry and measuring sheer milking ability of our cows. The MK EPD attempts to measure the effects on weaning weight of a bull’s daughters’ calves due to the cow’s milking ability. The trait is measured in pounds. As the definition might imply, the data that fuels this EPD is weaning weight data. Total Maternal is the easiest of these traits to define mathematically. Abbreviated TM in Digital Beef, the 12

Total Maternal EPD combines the effects of weaning weight genetics from the dam along with her effect on weaning weight through milking. The formula for TM is half of the animal’s WW EPD plus MK EPD (½ WW + MK). The WW EPD accounts for half of TM because we are only trying to account for the effect that the dam would have on weaning weight, and since half of a calf ’s genetics come from the sire, we’re really only concerned with the dam’s contribution for this trait. The TM trait is expressed in pounds of weaning weight of a bull’s daughters’ calves. A higher TM equates to a larger effect on weaning weights due to the maternal effects (weaning growth genetics and milking ability). Calving Ease Maternal (CEM) is very similar to the more popular Calving Ease Direct (CED) EPD, but instead of the direct impact on the ease of calving for a sire’s progeny, it is measuring the calving ease ability of that bull’s two year old daughters. Like CED, CEM is measured and expressed as a percentage of unassisted births. The higher a CEM EPD, you would expect a higher percentage of unassisted births when calving out those two year daughters from a sire. The data to calculate CEM is drawn from the calving ease scores that are submitted to the ASA database from breeders, with the focus being on those scores turned in on first-calvers. The newest addition to our maternal EPDs is the Stayability trait (ST). It compares the number of a bull’s daughters that will still be working at the age of six. The six year old milestone is used because there is research and analysis that indicate that the average break-even point on a cow is six years old. The ST EPD is expressed as a percentage. A higher ST EPD indicates that a bull is more likely to have his daughters still working in your herd when they turn six when compared to a bull with a lower ST EPD. If you compare a bull with a

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ST EPD of 12 to one with a 7 for the trait, you would expect five percent more of the 12 EPD bull’s daughters to still be producing at the six year mark. The data that fuels the ST EPD is the disposal code system for our WHR inventories, as well as calving records. Having this trait in place makes it even more important to use proper disposal codes when cows leave your herd, as well as getting those calving records logged on each cow. Even if it is dead or not up to your quality standards, getting it recorded helps us build a more accurate database to improve the ST EPD. One trait of maternal importance that we currently do not have an EPD for is udder quality. Suspension of the udder and teat size should be studied closely in your herd. There is a scoring system in place to categorize udder quality for both suspension and teat size. The scale goes from 1 (poorly suspended, large teats) to 9 (very tightly suspended, very small teats), and there are visual aids available on the ASA website. A score is recorded for BOTH of these characteristics independently of each other, and should be taken on the worst quarter of the udder within 24 hours of calving. I visited with people who have seen a lot of Shorthorn cattle lately, and they make comment that udder quality is something the breed needs to be improving. With more udder scores collected and submitted, we can build our database towards creating EPDs to help us make genetic improvement in these traits. For the final portion of this series, we will take a look at the relationship between performance data and genomics. With genomic technology becoming more prevalent in the industry, some may wonder if old-fashioned data collection is still relevant or necessary. I’ll touch on that topic further in-depth next month. =


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What YouNeed to Know

Emily director of events, show Velisek & membership activities

Show Points Reminder As announced last month, the ASA Board of Directors followed the recommendation of the Show Committee and as a result, the Super Regional and Regional point system will be suspended for the 2020-2021 show season. With this change, we are still going to move forward with National Show Points. As a way to give out more awards for this show season, the ASA Board approved to add division winners for our National Show Points. We will score these division winners with the same points that allocate for the National Show Female and Bull awards. It is also approved that there must be at least two National Shows during the 2020-2021

show season in order for any national awards to be presented. This does not mean that an animal must exhibit at two National Shows, just that two Nationals Shows must take place. So far, one of the National Shows have canceled, Keystone International Livestock Exposition. If any more cancel we will get these updates to the membership as best as we can. During these unprecedented times because of Covid-19, we all have to anticipate possible adjustments happening to everything we do. The resulting awards for the National Shows will be presented at the 2021 Annual Meeting, which is the kickoff of our 150th Anniversary Celebration. =

These are the points that will be used for the National Shows: 5 National Shows 1st in Class: 8 points 2nd in Class: 7 points 3rd in Class: 6 points 4th in Class: 5 points 5th in Class: 4 points Division Champion: 7 points Reserve Division Champion: 5 points Grand Champion: 11 points Reserve Grand Champion: 9 points

2020 Annual Meeting Schedule: Build Your Brand Friday, December 4th: 5:00-7 p.m.- Shorthorn Social at the ASA office Saturday, December 5th: 7:30 a.m. - Continental Breakfast (provided in conference room) 8-8:30 a.m. - Eric Grant, The Grant Company 8:30-9:15 a.m. - Advertising/Social Media, Danielle Starr, Global Marketing Communications Manager, GrowSafe Systems 9:15-9:40 a.m. - Break 9:45-10:45 a.m. - Marketing for Your Sale, Panel Jeff Aegerter, Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. Christy Collins, CCI Live Brett Spader, Angus Media President 10:45 a.m.-12 p.m. - Marketing Your Program, Dr. Tom Field, University of Nebraska 12-1:30 p.m. - Lunch 2-4 p.m. - ASA Annual Meeting 4-6 p.m. - Social 6-8:30 p.m. - Awards Banquet 16

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Beef Blurb

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

Planning for the Future Even though the 2020 National Junior Shorthorn Show is over, I feel like I am just as busy as we begin planning for fundraising and the 2021 NJSS. As mentioned in the ‘Investing in the Future’ article, we have formed a new Resource Development Committee to plan and execute fundraisers for the new 501 (c)(3), the Shorthorn Youth Development fund. The last few months have been filled with weekly Zoom committee meetings to discuss details and changes to fundraising. The committee has made modifications and look forward to the upcoming fundrasisers. This year the AJSA will not host the Leading a Legacy fundraiser in Dunlap, Iowa. We will host a larger fundraiser, the Deck the Stalls Extravaganza, at the North American International Livestock Expo in Louisville, Kentucky, where we

will have live auction and raffle items as in the past. We will also be selling the Foundation Heifer, Martindell Babe 048, donated by Martindell Farms, LLC. You can learn more about the differences to fundraising in the ‘Investing in the Future’ article on page 52. The junior programs wouldn’t be possible without fundraising and donations. It is an investment in the future of the breed! During the first weekend in August, the junior board met in Kansas City to begin discussion of the 2021 NJSS to be held in Louisville, Kentucky. They discussed the negatives and positives of the 2020 NJSS so changes could be made for the better. They selected a theme – to be announced when the logo is released this fall. The junior board evaluated the contests and scoresheets to make improvements for competitors.

They decided to replace extemporaneous speaking with a career development/job interview type contest for seniors only. The board hopes this new contest will be beneficial for the competitors and their futures. They selected topics for speech, team sales and the beef cut for cook-off. It was also decided between the junior and senior board to continue with another two-year period of 25% ShorthornPlus Steers. After this two-year period, it will be reevaluated again. Keep a watch on Facebook, juniorshorthorn.com and the Shorthorn Insider for announcements of all the changes and updates. We appreciate the support of the NJSS of all of our members and look forward to seeing you at upcoming events. If you have any questions about the fundraisers or NJSS please email me at shelby@ shorthorn.org. =

Foundation Heifer

Martindell Babe 048 :: 4300982 :: DOB: 02.11.2020 Thank you to Martindell Farms, LLC., for your donation! We truly appreciate your support of the 2021 National Junior Shorthorn Show & Youth Conference. The foundation heifer will sell at the AJSA Fundraiser during NAILE. Check the October issue and Facebook for more information on Martindell Babe 048. We will be gathering donations to go towards the Foundation Heifer as in the past. If you donate, you will become a member of the Red, White and Roan Club (more information on page 52). Contact shelby@shorthorn.org, if you would like to donate.

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2021 National Junior Shorthorn Show Updates – The trial period for 25% ShorthornPlus Steers will continue for an additional two years. – There will be a show for ShorthornPlus Bred & Owned Bulls.

2020 NAILE Hotel Info Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport 2735 Crittenden Drive • Louisville, KY 40209 • Phone: 502-637-2424 Cutoff Date: 10/12/20 - Group: American Shorthorn Association

2020 ASA Annual Meeting Hotel Info Hilton Kansas City Airport 8801 NW 112th St., Kansas City, MO 64153 • Phone:816-891-8900 Call Hotel for Reservations • Cutoff date: 12pm on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020

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FALL HARVEST shorthorn production sale sunday

SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 1:00 PM CDT PLATTE COUNTY AGPARK

COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA


FALL HARVEST shorthorn production sale sunday

SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 1:00 PM CDT PLATTE COUNTY AGPARK

Selling60lots

Bred Cows / Bred Heifers / Open Show Heifers / Show Steer Prospect / Frozen Embryos / Semen

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA

LOCATION:

Platte County AgPark, Columbus, Nebraska GPS to: 822 15th St, Columbus, NE 68601

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Cattle available for viewing @ Sale Facility

Sunday, September 27, 2020

11:00 AM......................Complimentary Beef Lunch 1:00 PM.........................Fall Harvest Shorthorn Production Sale

SALE DAY INFORMATION: Auctioneer:

Bruce Brooks.............................................................. 580-695-2036

Sale Staff:

Cindy Cagwin-Johnston, Shorthorn Country..... 217-370-6034 Jeff Aegerter, Aegerter Marketing Services............. 402-641-4696 Matt Prinz, Livestock Plus......................................... 308-440-2918 Bill Bos, Sale Consultant.......................................... 402-276-5270 Brian Kohlstaedt, Sale Consultant......................... 816-716-4614 Brent Elam, Sale Consultant.................................... 615-573-5881

SALE MANAGEMENT BY: Sears Marketing Services LLC Alan Sears

61 Westward Way • Eaton, Colorado 80615 cell: 970-396-7521 • home/office: 970-454-3986 fax: 970-237-3028 • alan.sears@aksears.com www.searsmarketingservices.com

SALE HEADQUARTERS:

Holiday Inn Express............. 402-564-2566 524 E. 23rd St., Columbus, NE, US, 68601

LOCAL RESTAURANTS:

Applebee’s, Skeeter Barnes, Maximus Restaurant and the Husker House for great steaks.

INTERNET BROADCAST:

The sale will be broadcast via the world-wide web through DV Auctions 402-316-5460; dva@dvauction.com Sarah Kucira; 308-520-5084


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FALL HARVEST CONSIGNORS

SALE HOSTS: Warner Ranch Shorthorns, LLC Bryan & Marti Warner 1502 Missouri Valley Road Riverton, WY 82501 307-857-4240 H 307-850-7668 C bwarner@wyoming.com Sha Ron Farms 1810 38th Street East Columbus, NE 68601 Bill Bos: 402-276-5270 Ron Bos: 402-649-0184 tbbos@megavision.com Shalimar Ranch J Adam, Carrie, Morgan & Skylar Edmund PO Box 52 Harrison, NE 69346 308-668-2466 H 308-430-1632 C jaedmund@qwestoffice.net Jerome Cech & Family Jay, Pam, and Emily Cech 1150 Road P Clarkson, Nebraska 68629 402-615-0830 jepcech@gmail.com

GUEST CONSIGNORS: Bill Mack 6160 Hwy 29 Harrison, NE 69346 dsm_56@yahoo.com Ryan & Dillon Hedges 55 Pebbles Lane Lander, WY 82520 307-332-2941 O 307-332-0224 H ryanh@wyoming.com Justin & Jennifer Ruby 1507 Road 15 Howells, NE 68641 641-590-1382 Justin 580-461-2648 Jennifer jzabel18@hotmail.com Osterman Shorthorns Todd Osterman 40249 146th Street Conde, SD 57434 605-395-6437 katieosterman@hotmail.com Waukaru Farms, Inc. Toby & Jodi Jordan 7577 S 210 E Rensselaer, IN 47978 219 866-4603 H 219 819-4603 C tojo@waukaru.net

SaleManager

a message from the

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the pages of the 2020 Fall Harvest Production Sale Catalog. This is our eighth edition of the Fall Harvest Shorthorn Production Sale. It has been a pleasure to work with sale hosts, Bryan & Marti Warner, Warner Ranch; Bill & Ron Bos, Sha Ron Farms, Jay Cech & Family and J. Adam Edmundson, Shalimar Ranch the guest consignors. We have learned and grown through the first seven sales as we work to offer you a quality, reliable & practical set of Shorthorn & Shorthorn Plus cattle. It is our goal to continue to improve our breeding programs to provide genetics that will work for you, our valued customers. We realize 2020 has been challenging due to the COVID-19 pandemic creating uncertain markets. However, the spring sale season and the summer feeder cattle videos have been strong with solid demand at the commercial and breeding cattle levels, reflecting optimism for the fall season The Beef Complex has had its challenges, but the strong domestic beef sales volume point to solid profitability opportunities for all of us. A sound investment in quality genetics as we move forward will continue to be the foundation of your ability to pursue profitable beef production. If I can be of any assistance as you study this information packed sale catalog, please feel free to contact me at any time. Sincerely, Alan Sears Sears Marketing Services

Warner''s Warner

a letter from the

Dear Shorthorn Friends, Welcome to the 2020 Fall Harvest Sale. This sale will feature a large group of quality bred Shorthorn females and heifer calves which represent some of the top genetics in the breed. Our fellow consignors and friends are offering the best of their herds. Some may feature a different genetic focus or type of cattle, but all will display strong Shorthorn quality cattle. You will find excellent Shorthorn females throughout this sale. There will be cattle available that will be suitable for a wide variety of programs. The cattle at Warner Ranch Shorthorns, in Riverton, Wyoming, are managed like a commercial herd. A cow is expected to raise a calf every year and maintain her body condition efficiently. Our program has focused on calving ease and maternal strength. We have selected cattle which possess plenty of natural muscle and are structurally sound, with much consideration given to good feet and legs, and udders which will hold up over a cow’s breeding career. Our cattle represent the strong influence of the Canadian Shorthorn bulls we have chosen as our herd sires as well as other outstanding domestic Shorthorn bulls that we have selected to impact our herd. If you are looking for a solution to lower birth weights and moderate frame size, please consider these females. Thank you for taking time to study our sale catalog. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, September 27, 2020 in Columbus, NE. Bryan and Marti Warner and Friends


WARNER RANCH SHORTHORNS, LLC - Riverton, WY

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WR HC DELIGHT 916 ET *x4295811 Cow | 3/16/2019 | rwm | Polled | WR 916 K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY K-KIM MEG 270N ET JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L WR JPJ DELIGHT 950 AR SU LU DELIGHT 77

Bred Heifer

Lot 1

WR 228C MUFFET 929 *x4295807 Cow | 4/19/2019 | r/w | Polled | WR 929 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X CCS BOLD 228C CCS FARAH 101W GAR-LIND MAXIM 6X WR MAX MUFFET 250 AR SU LU MUFFET 449

Bred Heifer PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This is a colorful ‘Bold 228C’ daughter. She is long and well balanced in feminine package. She is bred to Muridale Raw Hide, who has sired some very highquality calves. THF, PHAF by pedigree.

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Cow | 3/27/2019 | Red | Polled | WR 930

Bred Heifer

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FALL HARVEST SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

7 2 57 83 19 48 3 16 -0.25 1 0.12 0.02 -0.07 22.72 117.97 55.48

WR 62W MOLLY 930 x4295810 ALTA CEDAR CODE-RED 24S ALTA CEDAR CODE RED 62W DOWNSVIEW LASSIE 16T AR SU LU MASSIVE 3140 WR MUF MOLLY 785 AR SU LU MUFFET 449

Lot 3

12 -1.2 48 67 17 41 9 13 -0.43 -18 0.13 -0.02 -0.11 42.74 135.64 51.36

A.I. bred on 5/24/20 to Muridale Jaxson 4A, x4215377. PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This heifer is one of those great daughters of ‘Delight 950’, a highly productive cow that was consistent in the quality and kind of calves she gave us. This one is fancy, deep bodied and structurally correct. Don’t overlook her. She will make a great cow. THF, PHAF & DSF by pedigree.

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Lot 2

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

A.I. bred on 5/24/20 to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity, x4141432. PE 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This very fancy ‘Code Red’ daughter is long, smooth, and well balanced. Her dam has been part of this herd for a long time and she has always raised excellent calves. This heifer should do the same.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 1.8 52 79 24 50 4 14 -0.28 -2 0.08 -0.02 -0.09 25.84 117.88 53.05


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WR 62W BETTY MAE 923 *x4295805 Cow | 3/22/2019 | Red | Polled | WR 923 ALTA CEDAR CODE-RED 24S ALTA CEDAR CODE RED 62W DOWNSVIEW LASSIE 16T STUDER’S NEWBLEND 8Y BOS BETTY MAE 323 SR BETTY MAE 4TH

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/25/2020 to Shalimar Hot Shot 5106, *x4225862. PE from 5/30/2020 to 7/14/2020 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This dark red Code Red daughter has a wide top and is feminine and smooth. Expect very nice offspring from this heifer. Owned with Shalimar Ranch.

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

7 2 48 70 18 42 4 12 -0.29 -11 0 -0.02 -0.08 24.4 109.45 50.43

Lot 4

WR 62W CALLIE 941 *x4295809 Cow | 3/22/2019 | Roan | Polled | WR 941 ALTA CEDAR CODE-RED 24S ALTA CEDAR CODE RED 62W DOWNSVIEW LASSIE 16T ELBEE LEADER C087 WR CALLIE GIZ 610 DDET CALLIE N925

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/24/20 to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity, x4141432. PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This feminine roan heifer is the last daughter of ‘610’, who was a consistently productive cow for us. She should follow the path of her dam and raise offspring that will be an asset to any herd.

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 0.3 35 48 21 38 6 10 -0.29 -21 -0.09 -0.05 -0.08 40.12 110.15 43.77

Lot 5

WR 471 PANSY 943 *x4295800 Cow | 3/20/2019 | rwm | Polled | WR 943 MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y WR 38Y CAPTAIN MARVEL 471 WR MASS MARVEL 058 CREEKSIDE AMP 32W WR MANDY’S PANSY 346 WE VIS MANDY 002 ET

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/25/2020 to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity, x4141432. PE from 5/30/2020 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This fancy red heifer will capture your attention. She is well balanced and smooth with a gentle disposition. Her cow family is one of our favorites. They produce a great calf every year.

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

9 0.8 52 79 21 47 4 12 -0.31 -11 0.02 -0.03 -0.09 30.66 118.29 52.84

Lot 6

WR 471 PET 926 *x4295802 Cow | 3/19/2019 | Red | Polled | WR 926 MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y WR 38Y CAPTAIN MARVEL 471 WR MASS MARVEL 058 GAR-LIND MAXIM 6X WR MAX PET 339 WR VIS PET 701

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/24/2020 to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity, x4141432. PE from 5/30/2020 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This is a long-bodied heifer. She is feminine, has great depth of body and should make a very productive cow.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 2.5 48 72 18 42 5 14 -0.32 -14 -0.01 -0.03 -0.09 26.65 111.57 50.57

Lot 7

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

A-5


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WR HC STAR 919 *x4295769 Cow | 3/2/2019 | Roan | Polled | WR 919 K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY K-KIM MEG 270N ET WR 6X MAXIMIZER 467 WR 467 STAR 710 WR BUSTERS STAR 310

Bred Heifer

Lot 8

WR HC DELIGHT 935 ET *x4295812 Cow | 3/18/2019 | Roan | Polled | WR 935 K-KIM ALLURE 124M ET FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY K-KIM MEG 270N ET JAKE’S PROUD JAZZ 266L WR JPJ DELIGHT 950 AR SU LU DELIGHT 77

Bred Heifer

Cow | 4/24/2019 | Red | Polled | WR 924

Bred Heifer PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This dark red heifer is feminine, with plenty of depth of rib and correct structure. Expect a high-quality calf from her mating to Muridale Rawhide. THF, PHAF & DSF by pedigree.

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Cow | 3/15/2019 | rwm | Polled | WR 925

Bred Heifer

FALL HARVEST SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

9 1.9 53 81 22 48 5 14 -0.31 -14 0.05 0.03 -0.08 27.44 120.97 54.12

WR 228C POLLY 925 *x4295808 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X CCS BOLD 228C CCS FARAH 101W WR VOR-OSAGE 739 WR VO POLLY 164 WR MISS POLLY 524

A-6

12 -1.1 49 68 17 42 9 13 -0.43 -17 0.15 -0.02 -0.11 42.4 136.71 51.97

WR 104D GLENDA 924 *x4295796 LEVELDALE RINGO 337A PVF RED CLOUD 104D KL NO NONSENSE NITA MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y WR 38Y GLENDA 729 WR VO GLENDA 935

Lot 11

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

A.I. bred on 5/26/20 to JSF Wall Street 106C ET, x4228704. PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This dark roan heifer looks very much like her dam, ‘Delight 950’. She is broody, smooth and an easy keeper in an attractive package. Expect her to produce high quality offspring, as have her big sisters in our herd. Don’t miss this heifer. THF, PHAF & DSF by pedigree.

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Lot 10

10 0.4 53 76 19 45 7 12 -0.37 -12 0.11 -0.04 -0.1 33.12 130.61 53.33

PE from 5/30/2020 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483 ‘Sparkles’, is an outstanding roan daughter of ‘Hot Commodity’. She will draw lots of attention, being structurally correct, deep ribbed and well balanced. She comes from a cow family that consistently produces high quality offspring. Her mating to Muridale Raw Hide should result in a great calf. THF, PHAF & DSF by pedigree.

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Lot 9

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

A.I. bred on 5/25/20 to Free K-Kim Hot Commodity, x4141432. PE from 5/30/20 to 7/4/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. The ‘Bold 228C’ daughters are feminine, smooth bodied with lots of capacity. This heifer is out of a cow who has produced some of our best calves every year. She should be a herd builder. THF, PHAF by pedigree.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

7 1.6 55 80 18 45 3 13 -0.25 -3 0.06 0.04 -0.07 22.67 113.45 54.56


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WR 471 CALLIE 922 *x4295803 Cow | 3/8/2019 | Roan | Polled | WR 922 MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y WR 38Y CAPTAIN MARVEL 471 WR MASS MARVEL 058 GAR-LIND MAXIM 6X WR MAX CALLIE 344 WR CALLIE GIZ 610

Bred Heifer PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. This roan heifer should draw your attention. She is fancy, correct and well balanced in an attractive package. She comes from one of our best cow families. Expect a good calf sired by Muridale Raw Hide.

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

12 -0.1 46 68 20 43 8 14 -0.31 -13 0 -0.05 -0.09 40.24 122.8 49.65

Lot 12

WR 228C KELINA 939 *x4295806 Cow | 3/19/2019 | Red | Polled | WR 939 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X CCS BOLD 228C CCS FARAH 101W CREEKSIDE AMP 32W WR AMP KELINA 235 WE OS KELINA 744

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/24/20 to JSF Wall Street 106C ET, x4228704. PE from 5/30/20 to 7/14/20 to Muridale Raw Hide 6E, x4287483. Here we have a dark red Bold 228C daughter out of a strong cow family, the Kelinas. She is long bodied, smooth and feminine. She should be a great addition to your cow herd. THF, PHAF & DSF by pedigree.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

7 1.5 54 80 19 46 2 14 -0.23 -3 0.01 0.06 -0.07 22.48 111.56 54.52

Lot 13

CCS Bold 228C

SEMEN CCS BOLD 228C *x4220339

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Bull | 2/28/15 | Red | Polled | DC228C DF GOLD EAGLE 0019 HILL HAVEN BOLD 4X MCQUEEN-VUE’S HAPPY GO LUCKY ALTA CEDAR TOP DOG 11T CCS FARAH 101W JAF CEDAR CURVE FARAH

THF; PHAF & DSF. ‘Bold’ was selected as the top son of Hill Haven Bold from the Cagwin Farms 2015 calf crop. His first calves here have us very excited about their depth, width, stoutness & performance. Semen will be available for pick up at the sale.

Lot 14A Lot 14B Lot 14C Lot 14D Lot 14E

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

7 2.0 55 77 17 44 1 13 -0.18 -1 0.01 0.10 -0.05 23.65 109.53 54.76

Selling 20 units of conventional semen. Selling 20 units of conventional semen. Selling 20 units of conventional semen. Selling 20 units of conventional semen. Selling 20 units of conventional semen.

Bold Son WR 228C Intrepid 903 Reserve Champion Shorthorn Bull Black Hills Stock Show

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

A-7


FALL HARVEST shorthorn production sale SHA RON FARMS - Columbus, NE

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BOS BRACELET 513 *x4286444 Cow | 3/20/2019 | Roan | Polled | BOS 513 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SS TSF AMERICAN MUSCLE SS MYRTLE BO MARION ET GAL MR. EMERALD 90A BOS BRACELET 26TH BRACELET 13TH

Bred Heifer

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BOS LADY ANN 493 *x4286344 Cow | 3/1/2019 | r/w | Polled | BOS 493 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SS TSF AMERICAN MUSCLE SS MYRTLE BO MARION ET BOS LITTLE BUDDY BOS LADY ANN 9TH SRF LADY ANN 7TH

Service Sire Gale Force

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 4/26/2020 to JA SP Gale Force SM 6J54. PE to BOS BIG VALLEY 517 through AUG. 1, 2020. Examined Safe; Due FEB 1, 2021. Lady Ann 493 has been a standout since birth. She is wide based, deep bodied and extremely sound, yet up headed with the show ring look and balance. A powerhouse of a female. Tested THF; PHAF; DSC.

17 Sire Gilman’s Envied

A-8

FALL HARVEST SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

5 1.7 47 68 16 39 0 12 -0.34 -16 -0.01 -0.02 -0.1 19.06 99.83 49.95

BOS ROAN BRACELET 542 *x4300651 Cow | 3/5/2020 | Roan | Polled | BOS 542 RS 034 04 421 11 GILMAN’S ENVIED 448B JSF RUBY 46Y BOS WHITE DOWN BOS BRACELET 458 BOS BRACELET 16TH Heifer

Lot 17

8 0.9 48 67 20 44 3 13 -0.32 -15 -0.05 0.05 -0.1 28.26 117.79 51.56

P.E. 5/25/2020 to 8/1/2020 to BOS Big Valley 517 (a son of Paint Valley Red Cloud) Calving Ease, 66 lb. bw and a CED OF 12. Due end of March. Bracelet 513 has developed into a very docile, big boned massive bred heifer. The mating to Big Valley 517 could produce your next calving ease herd sire or a quality replacement female. The Bracelet cow family has been, by far, our top producing cow line going back to GB Seven Eleven that came from Gordon Brockmueller, South Dakota. Tested THF; PHAF; DSF.

Lot 15

Lot 16

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

Roan Bracelet 542 is out of a first calf heifer, by the popular Gilman sire, ‘Envied 448B’, we purchased from Ethan Gilman to produce heifer calves that will make wonderful brood cows. This heifer fills the bill. Very docile and easy to work with, a great junior project. A great breeding piece. Halter broke. Tested THF; PHAF; DSF.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

14 -1.2 51 74 19 44 8 13 -0.23 -4 0.04 0.09 -0.07 46.39 130.31 53.94


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BOS GLENDA 3RD 535 *x4300644 Cow | 3/1/2020 | r/w | Polled | BOS 535 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SS TSF AMERICAN MUSCLE SS MYRTLE BO MARION ET BOS LITTLE BUDDY BOS GLENDA 2ND WR CR GLENDA 242

Heifer Glenda 3rd 535 is a smooth made, attractive female that goes back to WR Glenda, add ‘Hot Commodity’ and D SULL Myrtle Bo 9154 and you have a very nice breeding piece. Halter broke. Tested THF; PHAF; DSF.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

6 1.5 45 65 17 39 3 11 -0.34 -17 -0.02 -0.01 -0.1 23.63 106.93 49.39

Lot 18

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BOS HOT COMM 553 *x4300662 Steer | 3/6/2020 | Roan | Polled | BOS 553 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SS TSF AMERICAN MUSCLE SS MYRTLE BO MARION ET JSF CAPICHE 46U IFS DWI CAPICHE ROSE C1Z IFS ROSE’S BEAUTY AD0W

Steer Comm 553 is a nice steer calf that is docile and easy to work with, a great profile and walks out like a cat. ‘Hot Commodity’ X JSF Capiche is a good combination. Halter broke.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 1.3 47 68 16 39 4 10 -0.39 -18 0.09 0.01 -0.1 29.22 115.84 50.72

Lot 19

SHALIMAR RANCH - Harrison, NE

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SHALIMAR RITA 7339 *x4255582 Cow | 4/28/2017 | Red | Polled | 7339 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 WAUKARU LUXOR 4106 WAUKARU 1ST LADY 1036 WR AMP KELSO 172 SHALIMAR RITA 339 SHALIMAR JAE RITA 539

Bred Cow Bred on 6/11/20 to Gilman’s Pandemonium 15F. Ultrasound examined safe on 7/21/20. ‘Rita 7339’ is a young, beautiful roan female. She represents our best for this important sale event.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 0.6 60 96 20 50 7 12 -0.32 9 0.27 -0.14 -0.09 27.45 122.03 55.95

Lot 20

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

A-9


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SHALIMAR LAV ROSE 9569 *x4290259 Cow | 3/28/2019 | Roan | Polled | 9569 GAR-LIND MAXIM 6X WR 6X MAXIMIZER 467 WR OS KELINA 920 SHALIMAR JAE HOSS 2803 SHALIMAR ANNIE LAVRS 569 SHALIMAR LAVENDER ROSE969

Bred Heifer

Lot 21

A.I. bred on 6/11/20 to SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106; *x4225862. Ultrasound examined safe on 7/21/20. We really like ‘Rose 9569’. She is powered by a strong cow family. We think this heifer will really excel as a productive cow generating the kind of cattle the industry is looking for.

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Cow | 3/9/2019 | Roan | Polled | 96370

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 6/11/20 to SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106; *x4225862. Ultrasound examined safe on 7/21/20. ‘Clover 96370’ was in our show pen last summer. She is from the very top end of our replacement heifers from the 2019 calf crop. Exciting possibilities on her future production.

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Cow | 4/10/2020 | Red | Polled | 326

Heifer ‘Pearl 0326’ is another beautiful red heifer sired by our own Gilman’s Pandemonium 15F. Show her then let her produce beautiful babies. Lot 23 Sire

‘Rita 0537’ is a real fancy, red heifer calf out of one of our top young cows. She should make an outstanding t junior show heifer and grow into a great cow.

FALL HARVEST SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

Cow | 3/30/2020 | Red | Polled | 537

Heifer

A-10

6 2.7 54 81 21 48 4 16 -0.27 -6 -0.01 0.03 -0.09 18.59 115.35 54.28

8 1.5 54 80 21 47 6 14 -0.28 -10 -0.12 -0.12 -0.09 25.43 117.48 52.29

SHALIMAR 15F RITA 0537 *x4305346 GILMAN’S PRAIRIE FIRE 580 GILMAN’S PANDEMONIUM 15F GILMAN’S FOOL 503C FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHALIMAR HOT RITA 537 SHALIMAR RITA 037

Lot 24

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

SHALIMAR 15F PEARL 0326 *x4305347 GILMAN’S PRAIRIE FIRE 580 GILMAN’S PANDEMONIUM 15F GILMAN’S FOOL 503C WR AMP KELSO 172 SHALIMAR PEARL 326 SHALIMAR JAE PEARL 526

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6 1.8 53 76 22 48 4 18 -0.26 -8 -0.06 0.01 -0.08 21.41 117.33 53.22

SHALIMAR CLOVER 96370 *x4290258 GAR-LIND MAXIM 6X WR 6X MAXIMIZER 467 WR OS KELINA 920 SHALIMAR JAE HOSS 2803 SHALIMAR CLOVER 6370 SHALIMAR CLOVER 3703

Lot 22

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 -0.1 51 72 20 46 8 15 -0.31 -16 -0.1 -0.17 -0.1 34.9 126.02 50.56


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SHALIMAR 6E MUFFET 0829 x4305349 Cow | 3/10/2020 | Red | Polled | 829 MURIDALE IRON MAN 4X MURIDALE RAW HIDE 6E MURIDALE MOCHA 57W MURIDALE SKOLL 38Y WR 38Y MUFFET 829 WR MAX MUFFET 250

Heifer We purchased her dam, ‘Muffet 829’, from the Warner’s in last years Fall Harvest Sale. She produced this great heifer calf sired by ‘Raw Hide 6E’. We thought the world needed to see what good things come from the Fall Harvest Sale.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

13 -1.2 46 71 21 44 7 16 -0.28 -13 -0.07 0.04 -0.08 44.57 121.75 51.24

Lot 25

Lot 25 with Dam

CECH FAMILY SHORTHORNS - Clarkson, NE

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BCF CECH’S PLATINUM FELICIA *xAR4280254 Cow | 4/1/2018 | Black | Polled | BCF 826 CCC GOLD RUSH S/S DSSS PLATINUM 403 ET BF MYSTIC COMMERCIAL ANGUS #424

Bred Cow PE from 5/5/20 to 8/5/20 to SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106; *x4225862. For those of you looking for a Black, Plus, here she is. An April heifer that will make a solid cow.

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

5 3.2 52 74 20 45 -1 8 -0.23 5 0.12 0.16 -0.07 15.54 104.85 54.11

WHR SONNY 8114 WH TO THE MAX ET HOMEDALE MAX ROSA 580 SULL RIGHT DIRECTION ET WHITEWATER CREEK DREAM ET RR DREAM GIRL 15TH Bred Cow PE from 5/5/20 to 9/1/20 to AA KANE BROKER 8736 ET; *x4294142. We wanted to offer some pedigree power to the sale. Maternal strength all over this one.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

5 3.3 55 86 16 44 0 10 -0.29 -8 0.04 -0.01 -0.09 14.23 99.73 54.07

DFF MONA LISA 609 AV ET *x4245293 Cow | 3/14/2016 | r/w | Polled | 609 WHR SONNY 8114 LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X NPS ROSES RIDER 031 ET CF SOLUTION X ET SULL MONA MISTRESS 9365 SULL MONA LISA 35L-1 ET

Bred Cow PE from 5/5/20 to 9/1/20 to AA KANE BROKER 8736 ET; *x4294142. ‘609’ is another stacked pedigree. Docility and maternal power in one package.

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WW6D *x4245939 Cow | 3/7/2016 | Red | Polled | WW6D

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

2 3.5 56 86 17 45 -4 6 -0.37 -11 0.1 -0.01 -0.1 5.23 97.91 54.58

LIS4 YESTERDAY’S CUPID *x4236734 Cow | 2/13/2016 | r/w | Polled | LIS4 SASKVALLEY WHOLESALE 114W SASKVALLEY YESTERDAY 116Y SASKVALLEY ROSE 43W GPN OSAGE 1N32 LIS2 ELSA MAE ROBSTENS DOT COMM GTSSL7

Bred Cow PE from 4/1/20 to 8/1/20 to HOMEDALE LAWMAN 8967; x4285172. ‘Cupid LIS4’ has a great profile and good temperament to continue to do a good job for the new buyer.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

12 0.5 52 75 20 47 6 9 -0.29 -5 0.03 0.01 -0.09 39.16 129.27 53.59

A-11


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CECH’S BLUE BUNNY 904 ET *xAR4290741 Cow | 3/1/2019 | bwm | Polled | 904 DF VEGAS 310M ET SULL BLUE ET SULL STOCKMAN 365 FG CINDERELLA MAN 5S FG KENDRA 926W TM KENDRA 46S ET

Bred Heifer PE from 5/5/20 to 9/1/20 to AA KANE BROKER 8736 ET; *x4294142. ‘Blue Bunny 904’ is a long, deep bodied heifer that has lots of maternal strength from the Kendra cow family. She should develop into an awesome producer.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

Lot 30

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CECH’S QUEEN BEE ASA3747533 Cow | 4/12/20 | Black | Polled | 009H STF ROYAL AFFAIR Z44M BADJ GUNNER 840F STARE AT ME 118Z

SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 PLATTE COUNTY AGPARK

COMMERCIAL SHORTHORN 1228

1:00 PM CDT

Heifer Queen Bee is a half-blood Sim out of a good commercial Shorthorn cow that has done a great job & looks good for her age.

COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA

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Cow | 4/6/2020 | Black | Polled | 8

Heifer ‘Hot Girl 008’, this heifer can be dual registered as a percentage Simmental as well as a Shorthorn Plus. With ‘Hot Commodity’ in her lineage, she should be a good one.

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Heifer ‘012’ has a good, feminine look. She is sired by our own ’Hot Shot’ herd sire. Her grand dam has some ‘Bloodstone’ in her lineage, maybe a sleeper?

FALL HARVEST SHORTHORN PRODUCTION SALE

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

Cow | 3/26/2020 | r/w | Polled | 12

COMMERCIAL SHORTHORN 909

A-12

9.1 1.9 57.5 82.4 18.1 13.2 -0.39 3.8 0.4 -0.03 -0.1

14 -0.2 55 81 22 49 9 13 -0.43 6 0.5 -0.11 -0.1 46.5 145.31 54.38

CECH’S HOT DIVIDENDS 012 *xAR4305027 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106 SHALIMAR JAE PEARL 1406

Lot 33

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CECH’S HOT GIRL 008 *xAR4304737 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106 SHALIMAR JAE PEARL 1406 MR CCF 20-20 WRS FARM GIRL F823 JM MISS DANA N31

Lot 32

5 2.4 50 73 15 40 2 5 -0.26 3 0.26 0.2 -0.06 17.12 104.33 53.84

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

15 -0.9 44 62 18 41 9 8 -0.31 -14 0 -0.04 -0.09 51.72 129.86 49.17


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CECH’S LITTLE FUTURE 004 *xAR4304673 Cow | 3/25/2020 | bwm | Polled | 4 STF ROYAL AFFAIR Z44M BADJ GUNNER 840F STARE AT ME 118Z DEERHORN CODE RED 811U CLH IRISH HOPE CR 0112 CLH IRISH HOPE RV 1507

Heifer ‘Future 004’ is a breeding experiment that worked. Wanted to throw a little Sim blood on a few cows and we like the results. ‘004’ can be registered as a Percentage Sim if the buyer would like.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 2.5 59 84 18 47 4 14 -0.36 3 0.37 -0.01 -0.09 25.65 129.59 56.26

Lot 34

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MONA LISA’S BIG BLAST *x4304694 Cow | 3/23/2020 | r/w | Polled | 11 SULL GNCC ASSET ET SULL ROAN BLAST 0301 ET SULL BEAUTY QUEEN 570 ET LITTLE CEDAR AVIATOR 503X KJG WM MONA LISA 2411 ET SULL MONA LISA LADY 825 ET

Heifer ‘011’ is one that we think will be really good. She has the pieces to be competitive.

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2 4.4 57 87 16 44 -4 6 -0.4 -14 0.17 -0.14 -0.1 2.69 95.32 53.26

Lot 35

CECH’S HOT REVIVAL 006 *x4304675 Cow | 3/22/2020 | r/w | Polled | 6 FREE K-KIM HOT COMMODITY SHALIMAR HOT SHOT 5106 SHALIMAR JAE PEARL 1406 SULL ROAN BLAST 0301 ET BCF REVIVAL’S BLAST 807 ET RF BFS REVIVAL S B696 ET

Heifer ‘Revival 006’ is good and she knows it. She is going to be moderate with the femininity everyone wants in a heifer calf.

37

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 1.1 50 74 18 43 4 10 -0.34 -15 0.05 -0.09 -0.09 33.23 117.05 51.21

Lot 36

CECH’S FREE SPIRIT 003 *xAR4304672 Cow | 3/14/2020 | Roan | Polled | 3 CCC GOLD RUSH S/S DSSS PLATINUM 403 ET BF MYSTIC COMMERCIAL SHORTHORN 405

Heifer ‘Free Spirit 003’ combines power and pretty in an attractive roan package. We like her a lot.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

6 1.7 48 68 20 44 0 8 -0.23 5 0.12 0.16 -0.07 22.72 106.26 52.4

Lot 37

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38

CECH’S FIRECRACKER 002 *xAR4304671 Cow | 3/12/2020 | Red | Polled | 2 FAWL HEAT WAVE MONOPOLY W T F RUTH MEDINA SS WHAT’S UP 003 ET SS MONA LISA 407 ET JM MONAS MASTERPIECE 09 ET

Heifer ‘Firecracker’ is a hairy tank on legs. The Mona Lisa X Monopoly combines two great show cattle lines, enjoy.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

Lot 38

39

3 4.2 48 73 10 34 1 6 -0.3 7 0.44 0.06 -0.06 10.75 90.26 51.35

KSS HECTORS RED RUBY 39 x4300117 Cow | 2/21/2020 | Roan | Polled | KSS 39

CED 15

ROOSMO MATIAS STAR BW LCCC ARG HECTOR 1777 ET WW YW LEAVE ELVIRA X1013 ET Milk JSF GOLDENROD 57U TM KSS PLATED GOLD RED RUBY 372 CEM KSSCREOLEPLATINUMREDRUBY 304 ETSTAY Heifer ‘Ruby’ was a young heifer calf we purchased alongside her dam, from the Minnesota State Sale. Her dam is a beautiful uddered, docile first calf heifer. Again, outstanding , fresh genetics with ‘Hector’, her sire, on the ‘Ruby’ cow family.

YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

-0.5 52 82 26 52 9 10 -0.35 -19 -0.04 0.01 -0.1 47.4 137.84 54.15

Lot 39

40

CECH’S RED SPIRIT 001 *xAR4304670 Cow | 2/12/2020 | Red | Polled | 1 LITTLE CEDAR CABRERA 24 STEELE BROOK BUDDY 2D LILACVIEW YANKEE BELLE 20Y COMMERCIAL SHORTHORN 1229

Heifer ‘001’ is the first calf sired by our ‘Cabrera’ son, ‘Buddy 2D’. Great side profile with a great disposition.

Lot 40

41

Steer | 3/26/2020 | bwm | Polled | 10

COMMERCIAL SIMMENTAL 418 Steer ‘Bam Bam’ is going to be a fun project for a junior showman. His color sticks out with a balanced, good profile.

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11 1.3 54 80 19 46 6 7 -0.24 9 0.29 0.15 -0.06 35.05 125.82 56.02

CECH’S BAM! BAM! *xAR4304679 LAKESIDE NITRO 804U KOLT KANE NITRO 133Y KOLT AA LADY FORCE 133W ET

Lot 41

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

11 -0.8 43 66 19 40 4 9 -0.18 12 0.12 0.07 -0.06 39.25 104.15 49.51


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CECH’S MUSCLE MAN 007 *x4304676 Steer | 3/5/2020 | Roan | Polled | 7 LITTLE CEDAR CABRERA 24 STEELE BROOK BUDDY 2D LILACVIEW YANKEE BELLE 20Y GCF STERLING GCF ROBIN 112Y GCF ROBIN 721

Steer ‘Muscleman’ is what his name implies. Here is a PB steer that has all the muscle & mass you could ask for.

43ab

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 3 57 84 18 46 4 8 -0.29 -5 0.09 0.06 -0.08 24.19 120.75 56.19

Embryos Selling Two (2) Packages of Four (4) Frozen Embryos.

Lot 42

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JSF GOLDENROD 57U KANE CAPTAIN 10B KOLT AA LADY REWARD 1Y AR SU LU TONIC X WHR LSC DEMI D 6N23 ET WHR JAZ DEMI DELIGHT 2R58

Embryos Selling One (1) Package of Three (3) Frozen Embryos. DF WACO 6W HILL HAVEN FIRE STORM 28C HILL HAVEN BREATHTAKER 35Y SS WHAT’S UP 003 ET SS MONA LISA 407 ET JM MONAS MASTERPIECE 09 ET

This mating should yield ‘meat wagon’ type progeny.

Kane Captain 10B

Hill Haven Fire Storm 28C SS Mona Lisa 407 ET

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Embryos Selling One (1) Package of Three (3) Frozen Embryos. NMR MATERNAL MADE DUEL AINT BLUFFIN 701E DUEL PADDY O 4231 SS WHAT’S UP 003 ET SS MONA LISA 407 ET JM MONAS MASTERPIECE 09 ET

Just think, ‘Ain’t Bluffin’ X ‘Mona Lisa’, WOW!

Duel Aint Bluffin 701E

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Embryos Selling One (1) Package of Three (3) Frozen Embryos. DF VEGAS 310M ET SULL BLUE ET SULL STOCKMAN 365 FG CINDERELLA MAN 5S FG KENDRA 926W TM KENDRA 46S ET

Great Maternal Value here with SULL Blue on the top side.

SULL Blue ET SS Mona Lisa 407 ET

FG Kendra 926W

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47ab

Embryos Selling Two (2) Package of Three (3) Frozen Embryos.

48

TM DAZZLER 54P SULL RED MEAT 8247 WHR BECKY CUMBERLAND 4101 ET MARELLAN SUPER DAZZLER ET WF IMAGE OF AUGUSTA PRIDE ET SS AUGUSTA PRIDE 3127

Embryos Selling One (1) Package of Three (3) Frozen Embryos. CF TRUMP X SULL CYCLONE 8242 ET NPS DESERT ROSE 004 CF TRUMP X MISS V8 LUCKY CHARM 114K2 ET CCS LUCKY CHARM 114G

SULL Red Meat

SULL Cyclone 8242 ET Miss V8 Lucky Charm 11452 ET

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

FALL HARVEST shorthorn production sale

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Cattle available for viewing @ Sale Facility

Sunday, September 27, 2020

11:00 AM......................Complimentary Beef Lunch 1:00 PM.........................Fall Harvest Shorthorn Production Sale

RYAN & DILLON HEDGES - Lander, WY

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ERH VIOLET *xAR4306212 Cow | 3/12/20 | Red | Polled | 02 DADDY’S MONEY WEBC FIRST CALL 85F PLAINVIEW ELVA H40 MURIDALE JAXSON 4A ERH JACKIE WR MAX MANGO 465

Heifer This is a really solid, stocky, red heifer. She is out of a Muridale Jaxson 4A daughter we purchased from Warner Ranch Shorthorns, sired by a Maine Anjou bull that we bought at the Black Hills State Stock Show, his calves this year are excellent, they are fast growing calves. Lot 49

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

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JUSTIN & JENNIFER RUBY - Howells, NE

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RUBY’S HELGA AINT BLUFFIN *sAR4304773 Cow | 3/16/2020 | Black | Scurred | H2001 NMR MATERNAL MADE DUEL AINT BLUFFIN 701E DUEL PADDY O 4231 FSF STARBURST 058 RUBY’S FOOLISH HEART B GOOD AUDREY 10P

Heifer Here’s One to Watch. A great example of a productive stylish Shorthorn Plus heifer. She is freaky fronted with level top and adequate bone. This heifer is a looker. She is one I believe you could show either way breeding or market. Then after her show career raise some quality calves. TH, PHA, DS Pending.

51

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

4 3 46 64 17 39 -2 4 -0.41 -6 0.35 0.01 -0.1 14.18 101.37 49.54

Lot 50

RUBY’S GABBY GIRL *sAR4293935 Cow | 10/13/2019 | r/w | Scurred | G902 AF SL SIN CITY ET BCF SIN VALLEY 708 ET CANEY VALLEY SOUTH PRIDE ET VAL, COMMERCIAL MAINE ANJOU, BLUE-ROAN

Heifer This cocky fronted, level topped, feminine, big hipped heifer will take you to the backdrop. Halter broke and ready for the show ring. She will come with two straws of semen for you to bred for a fall calf or wait until spring. TH, PHA, DS Pending.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 1.5 44 63 17 39 4 6 -0.31 -1 0.19 0.14 -0.08 30.14 112.84 50.88

Lot 51

52ab semen

LCCC LATITUDE 1875 *x4278762 Bull | 10/25/2018 | Roan | Polled | LCCC 1875 SULL RED REWARD 9321 LITTLE CEDAR FINAL 4 ET LITTLE CEDAR LILLIAN 700X TM DAZZLER 54P SULL MONA LISA DAZZLER ET K-KIM MONA LISA 35L ET

Semen Selling Two (2) Packages of Five (5) Units of Semen. LCCC Latitude is an exciting young herd sire that is triple clean who possesses substance of bone, muscle expression, style, and frame. When paired with a solid colored cow should add some color to your calves. Tested THF, PHAF, DSF.

53ab semen

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 1.9 55 80 16 43 3 8 -0.37 -9 0.1 -0.06 -0.1 23.99 118.34 53.97

LCCC Latitude

WRS THE GUARDIAN G910 ASA3613748 Bull | 2/16/19 | Black | Polled | G910 REMINGTON LOCK N LOAD54U W/C LOADED UP 1119Y AUBREY’S BLACK BLAZE III HTP/SVF DURACELL T52 CAJS SWEET EMOTION 42Z JM STEEL MY HEART

Semen Selling Two (2) Packages of Five (5) Units of Semen. Purebred Simmental Bull. This big footed, muscular baldy is by the popular W/C Loaded Up x Sweet Emotions. He is a total package with look, power, and pedigree.

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

13.7 0.5 62.6 90.5 20 17.5 -0.49 36.2 1.03 -0.11 -0.1 -

WRS The Guardian

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OSTERMAN SHORTHORNS - Conde, S.D.

54

OS GINA 146G *xAR4305545 Cow | 4/28/2019 | Red | Polled | OS 146G

OS 29D COMMERCIAL PB SHORTHORN Bred Heifer

Lot 54

A.I. bred on 5/15/20 to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET; *x4225124. PE to Free Up Nights; *4278126 from 5/22/20 to 8/1/20. The youngest female in our offering but 146G does not lack quality. Big ribbed and long bodied, take note of her on sale day, she is built for longevity.

55

OS GEMMA 114G *xAR4305544 Cow | 4/10/2019 | Red | Polled | OS 114G JSF RELOAD 32T X JSF RELOAD 194C JSF MELODY LADY 80Y OS 64C COMMERCIAL PB SHORTHORN

Bred Heifer

Lot 55

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

OS SONNY’S LOLA 27G *x4305543 Cow | 3/17/2019 | Red | Polled | OS 27G DMH CHERRY FILLET ET GAL PRINCE CHERRY 327C GAL MISS PRINCESS 327 JSF WALL STREET 106C ET OS SONNY’S LOLA 56E CAL-DAK SONNY’S LOLA

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/15/20 to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET; *x4225124. PE to Free Up Nights; *4278126 from 5/22/20 to 8/1/20. ‘27G’ is the only purebred female in our offering and boy is she a doll! We love her mother and it only seemed fair to offer her to the public. You will love the Lola cow family for their longevity, low maintenance and docility.

57

Cow | 3/15/2019 | Red | Polled | OS 22G

OS 116E COMMERCIAL PB SHORTHORN Bred Heifer

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 0.5 50 74 21 46 5 15 -0.27 -10 -0.09 -0.06 -0.09 35.19 117.26 51.4

OS GABRIELLA 22G xAR4305542 DMH CHERRY FILLET ET GAL PRINCE CHERRY 327C GAL MISS PRINCESS 327

Lot 57

10 0.9 52 77 19 45 6 17 -0.29 -7 0.1 0.09 -0.08 31.72 123.84 54.25

A.I. bred on 5/15/20 to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET; *x4225124. PE to Free Up Nights; *4278126 from 5/22/20 to 8/1/20. ‘114G’ is beast of a female, they are not made any better than she is. We have long admired this female for her boldness while maintaining her femininity. The ‘Reload’ daughters are making a name for themselves and you need one in your herd!

56

Lot 56

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CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

JSF RELOAD 32T X JSF RELOAD 194C JSF MELODY LADY 80Y

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

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A.I. bred on 5/15/20 to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET; *x4225124. PE to Free Up Nights; *4278126 from 5/22/20 to 8/1/20. ‘22G’ is Todd’s favorite female in the replacement pen and he lost the vote to offer her. Our loss is your gain, do not miss out on the deep red female that gets better every day. We love our Cherry Filet granddaughters, you will too!


58

OS GRACE 15G xAR4305541 Cow | 3/8/2019 | Red | Polled | OS 15G DMH CHERRY FILLET ET GAL PRINCE CHERRY 327C GAL MISS PRINCESS 327 OS 128E COMMERCIAL PB SHORTHORN

Bred Heifer A.I. bred on 5/15/20 to CF S/F Ultimate Reward ET; *x4225124. PE to Free Up Nights; *4278126 from 5/22/20 to 8/1/20. These Cherry Filet granddaughters are some of our best cows, we should keep them around! ‘15G’ is long bodied, deep ribbed and sound as a panther, all in a deep red color. Herd builder deluxe!

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

-

Lot 58

FALL HARVEST shorthorn production sale Transportation for your purchases will be your responsibility. However, the sale hosts & guest consignors will make every effort in assisting you in making transportation arrangements for your purchases.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

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WAUKARU FARMS - Rensselaer, IN

59

WAUKARU MELITA ROSE 7099 x4252471 Cow | 3/5/2017 | Red | Polled | 7099 JSF GAUGE 137W BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 BYLAND ELLEN 0R52 WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 WAUKARU MELITA ROSE 2203 WAUKARU 12H MELITA ROSE 5021

Bred Cow

Lot 59

WAUKARU MAGGIE 6138 4235911 Cow | 3/20/2016 | Red | Horned | 6138 WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 WAUKARU TOP SHELF 8165 ET WAUKARU 12H MELITA ROSE 5021 JR CONQUEST 190T WAUKARU MAGGIE 3113 WAUKARU MAGGIE 9209

Bred Cow

Cow | 3/6/2016 | Red | Polled | 6100

Bred Cow

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8 3.5 68 105 18 52 8 16 -0.35 2 0.21 -0.2 -0.1 19.76 132.6 59.07

WAUKARU 1137 ENIA 6100 x4235877 KL PRIME TIME MARCUS KL PRIME TIME TEDDY KL ROSEWOOD 346TH WAUKARU TOP SHELF 8165 ET WAUKARU 8165 ENIA 4171 WAUKARU 464 ENIA 8174

Sons of Waukaru 1137 Enia 6100

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 6/5/20. PE to Byland Top Gun 2G8 from 6/15/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe to A.I. date. Maggie 6138 is a powerful, boldly constructed daughter of Top Shelf 8165, that is wide chested and through her ribcage, while still being long and attractive through her front end. Just like her EPDs predicted, Maggie herself posted ratios of 103 for weaning, 109 for yearling, and 111 for ribeye area. That coupled with similar combined progeny ratios land her in the top 2% of active dams for WEPD and YEPD and top 15% for REA.

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Lot 61

9 1.9 69 107 23 57 9 20 -0.26 10 0.32 0.2 -0.06 22.95 142.16 64.14

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 6/5/20. PE to KL Prime Time Teddy 5/26/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe. This daughter of Byland Top Gun 2G8 is from a full sister to Waukaru Patent 8161. Patent 8161 has been very important over the last decade. He has led the breed for performance and muscle and has been vital in our quest to expand market share to nontraditional Shorthorn users. Melita Rose 7099 is a moderately designed, easy doing female that is far reaching across her EPD profile. She is above the top 5% of active dams for WEPD, YEPD, TM, STAY, CW, REA, $BMI, and $FEED, while being in the top 10% for MILK and CEM.

60

Lot 60

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

15 0.7 62 94 20 51 9 17 -0.2 -2 -0.08 -0.06 -0.07 47.01 136.14 57.68

A.I. bred to Muridale Thermal Energy 15A on 5/17/20. PE to Byland Top Gun 2G8 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe to A.I. date. The Enia family was built and designed by Gerald Spry in Wagga Wagga, Australia, and has been active at Waukaru since the mid-1980’s. The Enias have all been rugged, hard working cows that can raise stout calves in tough conditions, and then regroup when demands lessen or feed resources replenish. This unique attribute is partly why we can confidently send sons of Enia 6100 into challenging environments. 6100’s 2018 son is working for Chad Conard in southwest Kansas, her 2019 son is at Dover Ranch in Billings, MT, and a maternal brother is breeding cows for Moore Shorthorns in Coalville, UT, on elevations near 9,000 feet.


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WAUKARU NAN’S DREAM 6087 *xAR4235874 Cow | 3/4/2016 | Red | Polled | 6087 DJD GOLD LABEL 290X LC GOLD LABEL 361 LC MARY AUGUSTA 7332 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 WAUKARU NAN’S DREAM 3055 WAUKARU NAN’S DREAM 7032

Bred Cow

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

8 1.1 56 85 19 47 4 14 -0.24 1 0.07 -0.01 -0.07 26.06 115.95 54.97

7/8 Shorthorn 1/8 Red Angus A.I. bred to Waukaru Patent 8161 on 5/26/20. PE to Byland Top Gun 2G8 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe to A.I. date. The sire of Nan’s Dream 6087 came from Don Cardey in California after seeing the consistency of paternal siblings. Stemming from a cow family that has been at Waukaru for seven decades, the Nan’s have certainly earned their spot in the front pasture. The combination of Red Angus and Shorthorn has proven to be one of the most logical, efficient of the British composites; 6087 is a wide, big barreled, maternal female that will have longevity.

63

Lot 62

WAUKARU ROYAL ROSE 6085 x4235873 Cow | 3/2/2016 | Red | Polled | 6085 KL PRIME TIME MARCUS KL PRIME TIME TEDDY KL ROSEWOOD 346TH SUTHERLAND RANSOM 179 WAUKARU ROYAL ROSE 4004 WAUKARU ROYAL ROSE 2007

Bred Cow

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

17 -0.7 62 86 23 54 10 16 -0.22 4 0.01 0.07 -0.08 54.87 154.8 59.32

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 5/26/20. PE to Waukaru Yuma 7073 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe. This daughter of Prime Time Teddy produced a TR Burly son that posted a %IMF ratio of 136 and is now at work for A-Cross Ranch in Douglas, WY. Her 2019 daughter by Patent 8161 posted the highest post weaning gain and adjusted 365-day weight of the 2019 replacement females. Due to her balanced EPD profile, Royal Rose 6085 is in the top 1% of active dams for $BMI, 3% for $CEZ and 5% for $FEED.

Lot 63

Son of Waukaru Royal Rose 6085

64

WAUKARU MARION 6068 x4235868 Cow | 2/26/2016 | Red | Polled | 6068 JSF GAUGE 137W BYLAND TOP GUN 2G8 BYLAND ELLEN 0R52 WAUKARU TOP SHELF 8165 ET WAUKARU MARION 2057 WAUKARU MARION 9069

Bred Cow

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

12 -0.9 61 89 27 57 11 21 -0.18 6 0.1 0.25 -0.06 38.66 148.89 60.49

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 5/26/20. PE to Waukaru Watch This 9112 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe. This direct daughter of the highest active purebred marbling bull in the breed, Top Gun, has been a powerful producer for us. Her 2018 son by Teddy, Appeal 8007, was a member of our 2019 Pen of Five Bulls at the NWSS and then was selected by GKB Cattle of Waxahachie, Texas, out of our bull sale that same year. Appeal posted a %IMF ratio of 129. Her 2019 daughter by Waukaru Bonded 6080 is a standout in her large contemporary group, and one from whom we expect big things. Marion 6068 is a moderately sized, maternally oriented female that lands in the top 2% of active dams for MILK, CEM, and STAY and is in the top 1% for $BMI.

Lot 64

Son of Waukaru Marion 6068

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WAUKARU KISS AGAIN 5135 x4218273 Cow | 3/16/2015 | Red | Polled | 5135 WAUKARU GOLD CARD 5042 WAUKARU TOP SHELF 8165 ET WAUKARU 12H MELITA ROSE 5021 WAUKARU COPPERTOP 464 WAUKARU KISS AGAIN 1121 ET WAUKARU GP 1ST KISS 224

Bred Cow

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

10 -0.2 64 103 32 64 10 16 -0.31 10 0.14 -0.43 -0.11 28.88 136.74 54.34

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabytes on 5/26/20. PE to South Starr Red Rx S514 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe. . This daughter of Waukaru Top Shelf 8165 brings in the good ones every fall. Her 2019 son is hard at work in the tough Florida heat and humidity for Partin Ranches. Her 2017 daughter produced a son that is in elevation in New Mexico. The Kiss line of cattle have been able to adapt to nearly any environment that they have been placed. Kiss Again 5135 is in the top 2% of the breed for YEPD and top 5% for both WEPD and $BMI.

Lot 65

Son of Waukaru Marion 6068

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WAUKARU MELITA ROSE 5075 4218043 Cow | 2/18/2015 | Red | Horned | 5475 JR CONQUEST 62K JR CONQUEST 190T JR SHAMROCK 94K GLENELL IMF B90 WAUKARU IMF MELITA 2054 ET WAUKARU 12H MELITA ROSE 5021

Bred Cow

Lot 66

WAUKARU MINNIE 5073 x4218502 Cow | 2/14/2015 | Red | Polled | 5073 WAUKARU PATENT 8161 WAUKARU ORION 2047 ET WAUKARU 464 RED NAN 814 ET GLENELL IMF B90 WAUKARU IMF MINNIE 1211 WAUKARU 2109 MINNIE 6081

Bred Cow

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14 -0.3 60 92 17 47 12 16 -0.29 3 0.13 -0.03 -0.09 43.32 139.95 57.73

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 5/26/20. PE to Waukaru Watch This 9112 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined safe to A.I. date. JR Conquest 190T built an awesome set of daughters that are in use at Waukaru and working for Hugh Mooney of California. These cows are sound, moderate, big ribbed and practical. Waukaru Melita Rose 5075 is from a daughter of the Australian import, Glennel IMF B90, who is a maternal sister to the bull that has led the breed for growth and muscle for more than a decade, Waukaru Patent 8161. Melita Rose 5075 is maternal: she is in the top 5% of the breed for CED, and top 1% for CEM. She also lands in the top 10% for YEPD and STAY. This allows her to be in the top 3% for $BMI. Her 2017 daughter produced a son that was in our 2020 Pen of Three Bulls at NWSS. Her 2020 son by Thermal Energy easily sorts to the top in his contemporary group.

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Lot 67

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

CED BW WW YW Milk TM CEM STAY YG CW REA MB FT $CEZ $BMI $F

6 3.1 71 111 23 58 5 7 -0.4 7 0.45 -0.19 -0.1 12.9 133.69 60.51

A.I. bred to Spry’s Gigabyte N122 on 5/26/20. PE to Byland Top Gun 2G8 from 5/30/20 through 8/1/20. Examined Safe. ‘Minnie 5073’ is a powerful, wide based female that is bold in her chest, displays tremendous spring throughout her rib cage yet is still broody and maternal in her design. The sire of Minnie 5073, Orion 2047, has dominated sire tests at the University of Illinois and Tri-County Steer Cooperative in Iowa. In both tests, Orion 2047 sires the most profitable cattle in the test. We are retaining two daughters of this important breeding tool: Minnie 8120 has a marbling ratio of 129 and Minnie 9162 has a weaning ratio of 126. Minnie 5073 is in the top 1% of the breed for WEPD, YEPD and REA while being above the top 10% for $BMI.


FALLshorthorn HARVEST production sale

sunday

SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 1:00 PM CDT PLATTE COUNTY AGPARK

COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA

TRANSPORTATION:

Transportation for your purchases will be your

responsibility. However, the sale hosts & guest consignors will make every effort in assisting you in making transportation arrangements for your purchases.

SALE LOCATION:

Platte County AgPark, Columbus, Nebraska GPS to: 822 15th St, Columbus, NE 68601

TERMS & CONDITIONS PERFORMANCE DATA: The Expected Progeny Differences (EPD’s) represented in this catalog are generated through the American Shorthorn Association Digital Beef program and reflect the latest run as of August 3, 2020. 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 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 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 Sale Facility 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. Transportation: Transportation for your purchases will be your responsibility. However, the sale hosts & guest consignors will make every effort in assisting you in making transportation arrangements for your purchases. Genetic Condition Status: Genetic Conditions pending test results will be completed and available at the sale. The American Shorthorn Association (ASA) makes no representation of any kind as to the genetic condition status or parental verification of live animals, pregnancies, embryos, flushes, or semen lots unless catalogued with a DNA case number and/or genetic condition Lab ID number. The ASA maintains a current “genetic condition status list,” available under the registrations menu at www.shorthorn.org.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

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sunday SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 PLATTE COUNTY AGPARK

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Junior Corner

Colton ajsa Hulsey director

juniorshorthorn.com

Moving Forward with AJSA As the summer comes to an end, we look back on our memories from AJSA National in Abilene, Texas; and start looking ahead to our next big event. Now, it is time for us to begin planning for the upcoming fundraiser during the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky, on November 14th, 2020. While you are in Louisville, you can show your holiday spirit by participating in “Deck the Stalls Extravaganza.” During NAILE, money will be raised for the National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference through the sale of a Foundation heifer and other items. We can’t wait to see how merry you can be while supporting the juniors! The fundraiser will also have raffle and live auction items for attendees to purchase. Be sure to find one of the junior board members to purchase raffle tickets. If you are interested in donating money toward the Foundation heifer, Martindell Babe 048, donated by Martindell Farms, LLC., contact a junior board member or shelby@shorthorn.org In August, the junior board met to begin plans for the 2021 NJSS. The board members are excited to announce a new contest that will debut at the 2021 AJSA Junior National in

Save the Date!

Louisville: Career Development/Job Interview. This contest will replace the Extemporaneous speech contest and be available for seniors only. Now is a great time to begin preparing for college scholarship and employment interviews. Learning these valuable skills is a good for helping build career development. Use this contest to polish your résumé and perfect your job application and interview skills. Participants will receive feedback from judges to help them improve after the competition. There are many great online resources for interview preparation including www. collegegrad.com/interview. Start using these resources now to prepare for competition and for your future. Final details about the contest will be revealed soon… be watching. We will be sharing more updates to contests and the show soon, watch the AJSA Facebook page and juniorshorthorn.com for more information. There are many wonderful opportunities in store for this year, and your AJSA Board members are excited to share them with you. Take advantage of each chance to expand your horizons and make new friends. We look forward to seeing how each of you enjoys your AJSA experience this year. =

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

Foundation Heifer - Martindell Babe 048 Donated by Martindell Farms, LLC. Watch for more information coming soon. If you are interested in donating towards the Foundation Heifer or Deck the Stalls, contact shelby@shorthorn.org

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

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

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

Words of Advice

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Investing in the Future The Shorthorn Youth Development Livestock Exposition. The Foundation All breeders in the U.S. who host an Fund was established in 2020 to provide Heifer is Martindell Babe 048, donated annual production sale, consignment financial support that will sustain by Martindell Farms, LLC. We will sale, bull sale or online sale are being and expand excellent programming continue raising money asked to commit to donating the to develop Shorthorn youth as cattle for the Foundation proceeds of either an animal or a producers and responsible, productive Heifer. If you donate genetics lot in their annual sale: citizens. the female, you • An animal lot (live animal or Shorthorn towards According to a 2015 survey conducted will become a member of pregnancy) will be designated as at the Shorthorn Impact Conference, the new “Shorthorn Red, “Lot 50” in your catalog or online Red, White & Roan 61% of the breeders in attendance were White and Roan Club.” sale lotting list, and 50% of the junior members. These active members Membership level is based proceeds of the sale of that lot of the American Shorthorn Association on the actual monetary will be donated to the Shorthorn prove how important youth development value of your donation, Youth Development Fund. is, and that junior involvement is the Red, White and Roan: $1,000, Red: • A genetics lot (embryo or semen pathway to the future success of our $500, White: $250, Roan: $100. package) will be designated as “Lot 100” breed. The fund accepts checks, credit in your catalog or online sale lotting list, One example of excellent cards and direct debit from your and 100% of the proceeds of the sale of programming for junior members is bank account. No contribution is that lot will be donated to the Shorthorn the National Junior Shorthorn Show & too small, and every dollar counts! Youth Development Fund. Youth Conference. Close to 400 young Everyone will be recognized publicly If you agree to be a part of this program, people and their families come together for their participation. By making you will become a member of the new to compete with cattle in the show ring the commitment to “pay it forward” “Shorthorn Royal Society.” Membership and as individuals and teams in a variety through an annual contribution to the levels are based on the actual monetary of contests. It’s an action-packed week Shorthorn Youth Development Fund, value of your donation, Diamond : of learning and fun that develops today’s breeders accept responsibility $5,000+, Ruby: skills, knowledge and confidence, of seeing to it that our youth have the $2,500 - $4,999, along with love for the breed and development opportunities they need to Emerald: $1,000 friendships that last a lifetime. The prepare for their time as the Shorthorn $2,499, Sapphire: cost to produce this annual event breeders of tomorrow. = Less than $1,000. You is more than $250,000, mostly will be recognized raised through sponsorships and in the Shorthorn SHORTHORN Country magazine donations. The Shorthorn Youth each month, and Development Fund is a 501(c) after your sale we will (3) non-profit organization, a include a report about financial resource to directly invest in the you and your donation. You will also be future of the breed that is your business, recognized at junior events, on social your lifestyle and your passion. The media and the ASA website. reason for building this new fundraising ASA will provide lot art to clearly Thank you to Martindell platform was to streamline the donation designate your “Lot 50” or “Lot 100” process and make contributing to donation, along with a professionally Farms, LLC., for your youth development more accessible for designed PDF file in various sizes (1 everyone, especially those whose business page, ½ page, 1/3 page, ¼ page) that donation! directly benefits from junior and family can be dropped in to your catalog or customers. posted to your online site to promote The foundation heifer will sell at the You can provide support in several your donation to the Shorthorn Youth AJSA Fundraiser during NAILE. ways: offering a lot in your annual sale Development Fund. Check the October issue for more and giving 50 or 100% of the proceeds, This year, we will not be hosting information on Martindell Babe 048. donating a specific dollar amount and the Leading a Legacy sale in Dunlap, Contact shelby@shorthorn.org, if paying it on an annual, quarterly or Iowa. Instead, we will have a larger you would like to donate. monthly basis or sponsoring the NJSS fundraiser in Louisville, Kentucky, with a corporate or family gift. at the North American International

club

Royal Society

Foundation Heifer Martindell Babe 048

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SHORTHORNYOUTH DEVELOPMENT FACTS

Building youth programs to ensure and expand the future of the breed.

6,000 JUNIOR MEMBERS 46 STATES

IN A SURVEY CONDUCTED IN 2015, 61% OF ASA IMPACT CONFERENCE ATTENDEES WERE FORMER JUNIOR MEMBERS.

IT TAKES

$250,000

EVERY $ COUNTS.

TO SUCCESSFULLY HOST THE NATIONAL JUNIOR SHORTHORN SHOW & YOUTH CONFERENCE

EVERY DOLLAR RAISED BENEFITS AMERICAN JUNIOR SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION YOUTH EVENTS.

Other Youth Events: Summit IGS Leadership Conference Youth Beef Industry Congress Junior Board Events Internships

Donating is investing in the future of the breed.

OUR JUNIOR EVENTS ARE NOT POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE SUPPORT OF OUR BREEDERS. WE THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO.

Please contact shelby@shorthorn.org if you would like to donate.

NEW WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE 50% of Lot 50 from your sale and/or 100% of a Genetic Lot from your sale

Ways to Support the Juniors:

Foundation Heifer Donation Annual Meeting Fundraiser NAILE Fundraiser NJSS Sponsor Level Contact us for more!

THE SHORTHORN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT FUND IS A 501 (C)(3) NON-PROFIT ENTITY. ALL FUNDS GATHERED ARE USED FOR YOUTH EVENTS & EXPANSION OF THE JUNIOR PROGRAM.

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Tartan Plaid

Desirae National Shorthorn Logsdon Lassie Queen

Why Should You be a Lassie? Many state queens say the same thing when asked if they are going to run to be a National Lassie Queen; “I don’t have time”, “It is too expensive”, or my personal favorite “I can’t show cattle and do all that is required of me”. These are all common misconceptions that young ladies have when considering running for National or Alternate Lassie Queen. So let me tell you a little bit of my time as a National Lassie and you tell me if you still have these misconceptions at the end. I can personally tell you that my time as National Lassie Queen has been extraordinary, with my year starting off normal and the ending looking like it might be a little different than most. However, my first stop as National Lassie was at the National Western in Denver, Colorado. This was one of my favorite trips. I had the amazing opportunity to meet many different Shorthorn Breeders that you usually don’t meet on the Eastern side of the United States. This opportunity allowed me to build relations with breeders from out west that I usually would not be able to do if it wasn’t for this. During this time, I was beginning my last semester of college

and my professors were more than willing to work with me. While at the National Western, I did a 50/50 drawing that allowed me to raise money that would help me with traveling expenses for the year. I donated items to the Summit Sale that benefited the National Lassie Association as well as help fund my travels. My next stop was the Fort Worth Stock Show in Fort Worth, Texas. This was another amazing opportunity. I helped with the Texas State Lassies silent auction and raffle and was able to meet some of the Texas breeders. I was very much looking forward to visiting the Lone Star state again for WHR Sale, but Covid-19 interfered with the rest of my spring travels. However, I am very much looking forward to the fall sale season! The most recent of my travels was to the 2020 Shorthorn Junior National and Youth Conference in Abilene, Texas. I exhibited four head of cattle and participated in every single contest throughout the week. I ended up being named the high point senior individual for the third year in a row. I was able to show and participate in contests all week and still do my duties in the ring with

help of the Texas Lassies and other State Lassies. To all the State Lassie’s that are thinking about running you can still do all the things you love about showing cattle and still be a Lassie. I was able to show at NAILE and run for Lassie. Nothing is impossible! The National Shorthorn Lassie Association is a great way for you women to get involved in the Shorthorn industry. It allows you to grow as a person and build relationships. For more information on the National Shorthorn Lassie Association go to http://shorthorn. org/national-shorthorn-lassies/. =

NEW American Rancher Shorthorn Show Sept. 28 at 8:00 p.m. CT • RFD TV Sept. 29 at 12:00 a.m. CT • RFD TV Oct. 4 at 11:00 a.m. CT • RFD TV

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News & Notes

Farewells C h a r l e s Vincent Meisner, 90, died at 3:20 a.m., Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at his residence. He was born in Jersey County, Illinois on Oct. 9, 1929, and was the son of the late Henry and Ida Lena (Hoehn) Meisner. Charlie was born, worked, raised his family and passed away on the farm that he so cherished. He tirelessly worked the ground day and night in order to raise his family, and was able to ride his tractor for the last time just over a week ago. He also was employed as a rural mail carrier for many years through the Jerseyville Post Office, which was a perfect fit for him, as he knew no strangers, and the route sometimes took a little longer than necessary with his gift of conversation.

He graduated in 1947 from Jersey Township High School, and he proudly served his country with the United States Army during the Korean War. He was very active in the Jersey County community, and was a longtime member of the American Legion Post #492, Jersey County Fair Board, Tri County Shorthorn Association, Rural Mail Carrier Association, Knights of Columbus (where he volunteered many years for Sunday night bingo), and was a former leader for the Jersey County 4-H. He married the former Helen Elaine Schaefer on December 29, 1951 at the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Jerseyville and together they shared 49 years of marriage, prior to her death on June 30, 2001. Surviving are his seven children and their spouses, Carolyn Meisner of Jerseyville; Carl Meisner of Virginia, IL; Theresa and Butch McGowen, Marilyn and Dennis Brunaugh, all of Jerseyville; John and Donna Meisner and Joan and

Marcus Schaefer, all of Piasa; and Louis Meisner of Jerseyville; 16 Grandchildren and their spouses, Jacalyn Meisner of Farmer City; Garrett Meisner of Jerseyville; Greta Meisner of Okalhoma City, OK; Kari and Justin Hart of St. Jacob; Nathan and Sarah Brunaugh of Jerseyville; Justin Brunaugh of Brighton; Ryan and Lauren Brunaugh and Ashley and James Wadlow, all of Jerseyville; Jacob Meisner of Princeville, IL.; Kayla and Spencer DeUel of Jerseyville; Rachel Meisner of Hillsboro; Tim Schaefer of Manhattan, NY.; Brian and Ashley Schaefer of Louisville, Ky.; Jennifer and Justin Cottingham of Alton; Chase Meisner and Logan Meisner, both of Jerseyville; and 11 Great Grandchildren, with two more on the way. In addition to his parents and his wife, Helen, he was preceded in death by an infant daughter; two sisters, Mildred Busker and Mary Corlas. =

Richard Craig Scott was born June 14, 1943 in Fort Monroe, VA and passed away in Bedford, TX. R i c h a r d graduated from We s t m i n s t e r College in Fulton, MO in 1965. Richard and Linda Gerred were married August 7, 1965 in Kansas City, MO. After the marriage Rich and Linda went to Fort Eustis, VA to begin his military service. Richard spent his military service in Germany attaining

the rank of Captain. Upon leaving the service, Richard (Dick) graduated from UMKC School of Law and worked as a Labor lawyer in a variety of places including the Dept. of Labor in Kansas City, Eastern Airlines in Miami, Western Airlines in Los Angeles and Delta Airlines in Atlanta before moving to Ft. Worth and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad. Upon retirement from BNSF Richard and Linda moved to their ranch in Jewett, TX, where they enjoyed ranching and raising Shorthorn cattle. Richard and Linda were active in the Texas Shorthorn Association and the American Shorthorn

Association. After leaving their ranch, they moved back to Hurst, TX. Richard is survived by his wife, Linda and daughter Erika of Ft. Worth. He is also survived by his sister Kathy Scott of St. Louis and brother John Scott of Kansas City and many other family members and friends. There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date. Rich will be placed at the DFW National Cemetery in Dallas. =

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MARKETING CATTLE SERVICES • CATTLE SERVICES

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Sales Calendar Sept. 5 - Cates Farms “Star Search” Production Sale, Modoc, Ind. Sept. 5 - Smith Family Farms “Cattleman’s Cut” Open House, Pendleton, Ind. Sept. 5 & 6 - RC Show Cattle “Early Bird Online Sale” Open House, Eaton, Ohio. Sept. 6 - DHS Show Cattle Bid Off Sale, Falmouth, Ind. Sept. 6 & 7 - Turner Shorthorns “Somerset Sensations” Open House & Private Treaty Sale, Somerset, Ohio. Sept. 8 - Cornerstone Farms “Born to be Rockstars” Online Sale, Winchester, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Sept. 8 - RC Show Cattle “Early Bird Online Sale”, Eaton, Ohio, sconlinesales.com Sept. 10 - Greencastle Shorthorns Online Sale, Gilman, Iowa, cwcattlesales.com Sept. 12 - Shadybrook Farms “Shadybrook Elites” Online Female Sale, West Brome, Quebec, Can., amsonlinesales.com. Sept. 14 - Smith Family Farms “Cattleman’s Cut” Online Sale, Pendleton, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Sept. 15 - Meyer Family Shorthorns “Elite Heifer and Steer” Online Sale, Greensburg, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Sept. 17 - Highland Farms Online Sale, Pittsfield, Ill., cwcattlesales.com Sept. 20 - Ripberger/Norman “Eyes On The Midwest” Production Sale, Newman, Ill. Sept. 21 - Tadmore Farms, Show Heifer, Bred Heifer and Genetic Online Sale, Caldwell, Texas, amsonlinesales.com. Sept. 21 - Berg Shorthorns Online Sale, Osage, Iowa, amsonlinesales.com. Sept. 26 - The Great Shorthorn Revival, Beaverton, Mich. Sept. 27 - Warner Ranch “Fall Harvest” Production Sale, Columbus, Neb. Sept. 29 - Baylor Cowden Show Cattle & Hornhead Valley Farm Online Sale, Hickory, Pa., sconlinesales.com Sept. 29 - J Armstrong Cattle Online Sale, Richards, Texas, cwcattlesales.com Sept. 30 - Shoufler Shorthorns “Multi Breed Show Heifer” Online Sale, Fortville, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Oct. 1 - Meyer Farms Show Heifer Online Sale, Rushville, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Oct. 3 - Greenhorn Cattle Co., “Where Great Females Make A Difference”, Waynesville, Ohio.

Sale Management • Online Sales • Private Treaty Sales

Oct. 4 - Du-Lynn Farms, “Share The Vision”, Berlin, Ohio. Oct. 5 - Jester Farms “No Foolin’ Online Sale”, Mooreland, Ind., cwcattlesales.com Oct. 7 - Mitchell Family Shorthorns Online Sale, Waverly, Iowa, cwcattlesales.com Oct. 10 - Schrag 605, “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, S.D. Oct. 10 - Studer Family Shorthorns, “Family Legacies” Production Sale, Creston, Iowa. Oct. 11 - Sullivan Farms Online Show Heifer Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 12 - Sullivan Farms Online Bred Cow and Bred Heifer Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 13 - Sullivan Farms Frozen Genetics Online Sale, Dunlap, Iowa. Oct. 17 - “Heart of the Prairie” Production Sale, Rush Springs, Okla. Oct. 17 - “Keystone Autumn Klassic” Shorthorn Sale, Waynesburg, Pa. Oct. 18 - Narrow Brook Farms “Turn The Page” Production Sale, Charlotte, Mich. Oct. 18 - Bedwell Cattle Co. & Lost Diamond B Ranch “Lasting Impressions” Sale, Isabella, Okla. Oct. 24 - Alden Farms, “100 Year Anniversary” Sale, Hamilton, Mo. Oct. 31 - Waukaru Farms Private Treaty and Online Sale, Rensselaer, Ind., smartauctions.co Nov. 7 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durham Nation”, Production Sale, Kathryn, N.D. Nov. 10 - Highland Farms Show Heifer & Bred Female Online Sale, Pittsfield, Ill., cwcattlesales.com Nov. 14 - Four State Shorthorn Sale, Diamond, Mo. Nov. 15 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, “Where Future Generations Are Created”, Louisville, Ky. Nov. 23 - Bar N Shorthorns, “Holiday Classic” Online Bred Heifer Sale, Bellview, Minn., amsonlinesales.com. Nov. 29 - Bollum Family Shorthorns, “Red, White & Roan” Online Sale, Goodhue, Minn. Dec. 8 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, N.D., amsonlinesales. com. Dec. 12 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Production Sale, Millersburg, Ohio. = * To have your sale listed in the sales calendar, you must be an advertiser with the Shorthorn Country.

Sept. 5 - Cates Farms “Star Search” Production Sale, Modoc, IN Sept. 12 - Shadybrook Farms “Shadybrook Elites” Online Female Sale, West Brome, Quebec, CAN, amsonlinesales.com Sept. 20 - Ripberger/Norman “Eyes On The Midwest” Production Sale, Newman, IL Sept. 21 - Tadmore Farms, Show Heifer, Bred Heifer and Genetic Online Sale, Caldwell, TX, amsonlinesales.com Sept. 22 - Berg Shorthorns Online Sale, Osage, IA, amsonlinesales.com. Sept. 26 - The Great Shorthorn Revival, Beaverton, MI Sept. 27 - Warner Ranch “Fall Harvest” Production Sale, Columbus, NE Oct. 3 - Greenhorn Cattle Co., “Where Great Females Make A Difference” Production Sale, Waynesville, OH Oct. 4 - Du-Lynn Farms “Share The Vision” Production Sale, Berlin, OH Oct. 10 - Schrag 605, “Family Event” Production Sale, Marion, SD Oct. 11 - Sullivan Farms Online Show Heifer Sale, Dunlap, IA Oct. 12 - Sullivan Farms Online Bred Cow and Bred Heifer Sale, Dunlap, IA Oct. 13 - Sullivan Farms Frozen Genetics Online Sale, Dunlap, IA Oct. 17 - “Heart of the Prairie” Production Sale, Rush Springs, OK Oct. 18 - Bedwell Cattle Co. & Lost Diamond B Ranch “Lasting Impressions” Sale, Isabella, OK Oct. 24 - Alden Farms, “100 Year Anniversary” Sale, Hamilton, MO Oct. 25 - 3 Buck Cattle Company Online Sale, Bryant, SD, amsonlinesales.com. Oct. 27 - Harlan Cattle Company Online Show Heifer Sale, Bells, TX, amsonlinesales. com. Nov. 1 - Garwood Cattle Company Complete Dispersion, Columbiana, OH Nov. 7 - Jungels Shorthorn Farm, “Durham Nation”, Production Sale, Kathryn, ND Nov. 15 - Greenhorn Cattle Company, “Where Future Generations Are Created”, Louisville, KY Nov. 23 - Bar N Shorthorns, “Holiday Classic” Online Bred Heifer Sale, Bellview, MN, amsonlinesales.com. Dec. 8 - Galbreath Farms Online Bred Heifer Sale, Enderlin, ND, amsonlinesales.com. Dec. 12 - Paint Valley Farms and Byland Polled Shorthorns “Maternal Event” Production Sale, Millersburg, OH

Online sales with a personal touch.

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

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Ad Index AAA Shorthorns............................. 62 Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc.... 67 Armstrong Farms.....................70-IBC Bayer Animal Health...................... 24 Beef Quality Assurance................... 56 Bennett Land & Cattle................... 62 Berg Shorthorns...................... 6-7, 62 Bigelow Farms................................ 62 Bowman Superior Genetics...... 11, 62 Brooks, Bruce................................. 65 Bye Well Shorthorns....................... 62 Byland Polled Shorthorns............... 62 Cagwin Cattle Services LLC........... 65 Cairns Shorthorns.......................... 62 Cates Farms.................................... 62 Cattle Visions........................... 65, 69 Cedar Lane Farm............................ 19 Cornerstone Farms......................... 62 Crawfdown Farms.......................... 62 Dale Studer Family Shorthorns.... IFC Datamars........................................ 66 Dedmon Shorthorns...................... 62 DJS Shorthorns.............................. 62 Double C Shorthorns..................... 62 Dreamy 280 Cattle Company........ 62 DTR Cattle Co.............................. 62 Du-Lynn Farm............................... 18 Duis Farms..................................... 62 Eyes on the Midwest...................... 13 Fickbohm Farms............................ 62

Fieser Family Shorthorns................ 63 Greenhorn Cattle Company, LLC.. 63 Haumont Shorthorns..................... 63 Heart of the Prairie Sale................. 57 Heritage Shorthorn Society............ 49 Hill Haven Shorthorns..................... 9 Homeplace Farms........................... 63 Hornhead Valley Farm..................... 5 Hub Ranch Shorthorns.................. 63 Humble Stock Farm....................... 63 Inness Shorthorns........................... 63 Iroquoian Shorthorns..................... 63 James F. Bessler, Inc........................ 65 Jester Farms.............................. 21, 63 Kevin Wendt.................................. 65 Key Ridge Shorthorn Farm............ 63 Keystone Shorthorns...................... 63 KSS Keystone Shorthorns............... 63 KW Cattle Co................................ 63 Laban’s Roanoke Farm.................... 63 Lasting Impressions Sale................. 51 Legacy Ranch................................. 63 Leveldale Farms.............................. 63 Little Cedar Cattle Co.................... 63 McCall Show Cattle....................... 63 McKee Family Shorthorns.............. 64 Meyer Family Shorthorns............... 64 Meyer Farms............................ 61, 64 Mitchell Family Shorthorns............ 53 Narrow Brook Shorthorns.............. 55

Nile Valley Farm/Hendrickson Trust.. 64 Norman Farms............................... 64 Oler Farm...................................... 64 Paint Valley Farms......................... BC Phildon Farms................................ 64 Revival Sale............................... 14-15 Richardson Farms Shorthorns........ 64 Robjoy Shorthorns......................... 64 Rockin’ G Land & Cattle............... 64 Rocky Branch Shorthorns.............. 64 Schrag 605................................. 3, 64 Sears Marketing Services, LLC....... 65 SharBen Shorthorns....................... 64 Singing H Shorthorns.................... 64 Smith Family Farms....................... 64 Smoky Mountain Farm.................. 64 Stangl Shorthorns........................... 64 Stone Springs Shorthorns............... 64 Sullivan Farms................................ 65 Sullivan Supply.............................. 65 Sutherland Shorthorns................... 65 Tadmore Farms.............................. 17 Top Notch Stock Farm................... 65 Turner Family Shorthorns.............. 65 Tynywtra’s...................................... 65 Utterback Show Cattle................... 65 Warner Ranch................................ 65 Waukaru Shorthorns...................... 65 Whispering Hills Farms.................. 59 Wilson Livestock Agency................ 65

What is your Favorite Beef Recipe? Steak, the kind my mom makes!

What is one hidden talent or fun fact about yourself? I tell jokes.

What is your one must have ITEM AT A CATTLE SHOW? My family, they keep me safe.

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