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DECEMBER 17TH, 2016 1P.M. PRODUCERS SALE17TH, BARN,2016 HILLSBORO DECEMBER 1 P.M.OHIO
PRODUCERS SALE BARN, HILLSBORO OHIO
Kopp Land & Livestock Batesville, Indiana Tim Schwab, Manager 812-623-3210 Home 812-569-8536 Cell www.showsteers.com/kopp
Campbellco Cedarville, Ohio Dave & Jody Campbell 937-313-5113 Opie Campbell 937-206-5303 www.campbellcocattle.com Cummings Cattle Hillsboro , Ohio Brian & Heather Cummings 937-763-0633 www.cummingscattle.com Larry Simmons Farms Coolville, Ohio Matt Atha, Manager 740-645-4301 www.larrysimmonsfarms.com
Friday, December 16th | Cattle on display Saturday, December 17th | Cattle on display 12:00 Noon, lunch 1:00 PM Season Finale Sale
Days Inn, 937-393-0299 Paragon Inn, 937-393-4730
Sale Day Staff
Auctioneer Dean Brown, 937-205-1190 Ring Staff Jacob Schwab, Chip Yoder & Gene Steiner LiveAuctions.TV Margo Paeltz 937-515-1194
Stock Options Marketing / Kevin Mears Cell 937-533-0169 www.stockoptionsmarketing.com
On behalf of our sale hosts and the sale partners, allow me to welcome you to The 14th Annual Season Finale. The programs involved are some of the most respected and progressive in the mid-west. The Kopp program has long been recognized for great club calf females and as a pioneer in the club calf industry. No one knows the value of a good female more that the folks at Kopp Land & Livestock. For twenty plus years Campbellco has been competitive at the highest level, in the 90’s Dave and Jody were breeding and exhibiting National Champions and today their son Blake carries on the family tradition. Daughter Kayla new son-n-law Jon Sweeney has became quite the two person judging duo. The Brian Cummings family produces some of the top prospects each year, and has powerful cows that have generated some really great herd sires. Larry Simmons Farms, the cattle they bring are always top notch. Larry is investing in some of the most elite genetics on the market today and this can’t help but increase the quality offered to you. As you look though the offering I really want to advise you to think about your current cows, are all of them producing for you? Most have that percentage [Usually 15% to 20%] of your cows who are older or who have NEVER produced and likely never will, but they are good cows that don’t present problems and you keep them around, they never cost you money but never advance your program…Sell them! This is the year to cut them from the herd and advance your program! That maybe consider HARD TALK but it’s the truth, sell the ones not making you money and consider investing in some really good young bred heifers to give your program a little kick start replace some older stagnate genetics with something that offers your herd a little something different. With the craziness that surrounds us all during the Holiday season we really do appreciate your time to check out the offering, we look forward to seeing you in Hillsboro for our sale. Videos on many of the lots will be on-line the week leading up to the sale and we offer absentee bidding for those who can not make it. You may either choose to bid by phone though one of the sale staff or sale partners or you may utilize the web-casting service provided by Liveauctions.tv. Feel free to contact myself or any of the sale members to visit about the offering and assist with your purchasing decisions, we can arrange affordable trucking across the U.S. and have a long track record of satisfied customers. As always if I can assist you in any way please feel free to contact me. 937-533-0160.
LOT 1 Miss Kopp 5175 Spring 2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 5175 Sire: TC Freedom Dam: Commercial AIâ€™ed 4/25 & 5/18 to Jessie James Vet Called Due 2/23 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 5/18 PM: 193.75 cm2
Most every early visitor that has walked through these bred heifers has found Miss Kopp 5175. She is stunning from the side and has more power and hair than you would think for a TC Freedom calf. Her breeding possibilities are endless, breed her clubby because she should be free of all defects. Breed her maternal to raise those great show heifers or replacement females, either way you will be taking money to the bank.
LOT 2 Miss Kopp 523 2/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 523 Sire: Monopoly 2 Dam: Smooth Sailing X Angus AIâ€™ed 4/22 to No Worries Vet Called Due 1/29 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI Date PM: 227.5 cm2
Not your typical Monopoly heifer, Miss Kopp 523 is a bit bigger and more maternal than you would think and probably balances up as nice as any in the sale. She is smooth shouldered, long necked, and gets wider the further back you get. Her mother is a big cow that probably tips the scales at 1800 pounds.
LOT 3 Miss Kopp 530 2/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 530 Sire: GF Maximus Dam: Summitcrest Angus AIâ€™ed 4/26 to Bush Unbelievable Vet Called Due 2/2 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 195 cm2
Everybody knows these Sim/Angus cows make some of the best mothers in the industry, here is your chance to own a Maximus female. She is out of a great Summitcrest bred cow that has always done a great job. Miss Kopp 530 is a beautiful female to look at, weather you are admiring her big bold rib cage or her thickness in her top and out through her pin set. She is one that you will love for many years to come. She should be free of all genetic defects by pedigree.
LOT 4 Miss Kopp 513
2/2015 :: Blk :: CAMP 513 Sire: Frisky Whiskey Dam: Maximus X Simmental AIâ€™ed 4/17 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 1/24 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/15 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 187.5 cm2
Miss Campbell 513 should be TH clean by pedigree but she has hair like a carrier. She is most definitely one of the big haired ladies in the sale. She was out of a first calf heifer and only weighed 72# at birth. I would epect a light birth weight Sweet Baby James calf with maybe a little white on its head. This Frisky Whiskey bred heifer starts right from the ground up. She has a big foot and bone with plenty of muscle up high. I would look her up sale day.
LOT 5 Miss Kopp 5112 4/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 5112 Sire: Kopp New Look Son Dam: Angus AI’ed 5/17 to Jessie James Vet Called Due 2/23 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem) 6/5 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 195 cm2
This 3/4 commercial Angus bred heifer has a lot to offer the industry in terms of practicality. She is an easy keeping heifer with plenty of body to maintain that easy keeping look. She has the extra fertility, like her mother, and I would expect her to breed back quickly. We have had some success breeding heifer like this to Jessie James for and easy marketable calf.
LOT 6 Miss Kopp 518
2/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 518 Sire: Armada Dam: Simmental X Angus AI’ed 4/21 & 5/12 to Slider Vet Called Due 2/18 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 5/12 date PM: 245 cm2
Another bred heifer that has been a favorite of many that have visited this year. Miss Kopp 518 has one of the best mother’s of her age group, that we think someday will be a donor for us. She is a 3/4 sib to the high selling bred heifer out of the Season Finale, a few years ago. She was purchased by the Van Zante and Blankenship families and they think she is the best looking cow in the pasture. Slider is a Northern Improvement son that is easy calving and gives his calves a nice look.
LOT 7 Miss Kopp 567 3/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 567 Sire: Alpha Male Dam: Heat Seeker AI’ed 4/25 to Bush Unbelievable Vet Called Due 2/1 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 192 cm2
If you are looking to add muscle mass and dimension to your calf crop, this Alpha Male bred heifer is the ticket. If you study this heifer in her lower 1/3 of her quarter you will be impressed by the amount of muscle shape. Best of all, she has a big swoop to her belly. She is bred this year to Bush Unbelievable for an easy first calf but i could see her getting bred to Hi Ho Silver in the very near future, I think that would really work.
LOT 8 Miss Kopp 587 3/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 587
Sire: Itallion Stallion Dam: Kopp Meyer 734 son X Everclear AI’ed 5/7 to I-80 Vet Called Due 2/13 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 212.5 cm2 This blaze-faced beauty is near the top of everyone’s favorite list. She reads very maternal through her front one third but has the thickness and power to compete with the best in the pasture. A huge pelvic measurement translates to a big hip and pin set. Her elegant extension, extra depth, softer leg and flank will keep her babies sounder and easy to sell. Her I-80 calf could be the first of many premium babies from this young gal.
LOT Miss Kopp 529 :: Blk :: 9 2/2015 Sire: Italian Stallion
Dam: Full Flush X Meyer AI’ed 5/2 to Bush Unbelievable Vet Called Due 2/8 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI Date PM: 180 cm2
Pay attention when this bred hits the ring and make sure you are the last one to bid. If she produces like her mother she will settle AI every time and you will have no problem selling them. She has been an early favorite of many including Lincoln Land Community College judging team. She is made right and maybe more maternal than you would expect. She is square hipped and has plenty of shape about her ribs. She is sound made and extremely good jointed. Miss Kopp 529 is bred to the angus sensation Bush Unbelievable for an easy first calf. If it is a heifer let us know we might be interested in her.
LOT Miss Campbell 577 :: Blk :: CAMP 577 10 3/2015 Sire: I Believe Dam: Copyright AI’ed 5/5 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/11 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI Date PM: 171 cm2
This bred heifer has the right amount of Maine, Angus and Simmy genetics for milk and versatility. Miss Campbell 577 is all-day feminine and broody, with excellent size and eye appeal. We have sold several females out of her mother and grandmother over the years. Her first calf by Sweet Baby James will get you going in the right direction fast.
LOT Miss Kopp 571 :: Blk :: KOPP 571 11 3/2015 Sire: Kopp New Look Son Dam: Kopp Carney Man Son AI’ed 4/16 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 1/23 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 207.25 cm2
Miss Kopp 571 is level in her design and feminine in her front. She reads very maternal in her front one third and has the belly swoop of a major leaguer. All four feet go the right direction on this bred heifer and she has the extra soundness built into her back leg for years of productivity. She is bred early to Sweet Baby James, perfect for early calf sales or mid to late summer jackpot shows.
3/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 548
Sire: Set Me Free Dam: Heat Seeker AI’ed 5/18 to No Pressure Vet Called Due 2/24 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI Date PM: 216 cm2
Miss Kopp 548
This bred heifer is backed by a great cow family, her grand dam sells as Lot 62. She not only has the power bred in but also has longevity to be a productive cow at 10 years of age. Miss Kopp 548 is a big hipped heifer that had a huge pelvic measurement. She is lovely from every angle and she is bred to go the distance.
LOT 13 Miss Kopp C-512
Spring 2015 :: Blk :: KOPP C-512 Sire: Chip Dam: Simmental X Angus AI’ed 4/23 to Uno Mas 5/16 to Frisky Whiskey Vet Called Due 2/22 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to Frisky Whisky 5/16 date PM: 185.5 cm2
A little different twist on things sells in this lot, from her versatile pedigree to her outstanding structure this bred heifer has a lot to offer. Whether you are raising show heifers or steers this bred heifer could do it all. She should be free of all genetic defects by pedigree and she has the thickness over her top and through her rear quarter to raise those power calves.
LOT Miss Kopp C-548 :: Blk :: KOPP C-548 14 2/2015 Sire: Jester Royal Affair Son Dam: Simmental X Angus
AI’ed 5/4 to Jessie James Vet Called Due 2/10 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date You can never have too many of these good Sim/ Angus bred heifers. This one is bred to Jessie James for an easy first calf, and then you breed her to your favorite club calf bull. Just think of the possibilities with MAB, Italian Stallion, Monopoly or a Monopoly son. Be sure to check out the massive back leg, hip and body shape on Miss Kopp C-548.
2/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 542
Sire: I-67 Dam: Sim/Angus X Commercial SIm AI’ed 5/22 to Bush Unbelievable Vet Called Due 2/28 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI Date PM: 168 cm2
Miss Kopp 542
My experience with I-67 is that they get better the older they get. Miss Kopp 542 is getting better every day and she is going to mature into a nice cow. She does a nice job of combining size, structure and power while staying extremely feminine. She is double clean, and has a pedigree that is an outcross to most of the popular club calf bulls.
LOT Miss Campbell 553 :: Blk :: CAMP 553 16 3/2015 Sire: I-67
Dam: Miss Campbell 344 AI’ed 5/31 to No Pressure Vet Called Due 3/9 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem) 6/10 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 180 cm2
Melissa showed the grand dam, Miss Kopp 488, a few years back and was quite competitive in the Maine Anjou division. Miss Campbell 553 is another eye appealing daughter of I-67 with enough hip and power through her top to raise those great show steers. If you want to breed her to your favorite maternal bull, I think she is smooth in her shoulder, elegant about her head and neck. She is a very versatile female that the breeding options are limitless.
LOT Miss Kopp 516 :: Blk :: KOPP 516 17 2/2015 Sire: Goet Driving 80
Dam: Gucci AI’ed 5/5 to No Pressure Vet Called Due 2/11 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem son) 6/1 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 208 cm2 Out of a former show heifer, this white-socked Driving 80 bred heifer has the style to catch anyone’s eye. She is super attractive from the side, with her long neck and spine, level from hooks to pins and plenty of body swoop. She is bred to Wade Rodgers new Angus bull No Pressure, who is a Brilliance on a BC Lookout Dam. His mother was Supreme Champion female at the Kansas State Fair.
LOT Miss Kopp 5108 :: Blk w/ some white :: KOPP 5108 18 4/2015 Sire: Kopp 50 Dam: One and Only X Heat Seeker AI’ed 6/9 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 3/18 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem) 6/12 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 177.5 cm2
Miss Kopp 5108 is out of a former show heifer that we purchased from our good friend Delbert Kramer. She was very competitive in the commercial division in Indiana. This bred heifer is, like her mother, good from the side and good in her lines. I would expect her Sweet Baby James calf to be small at birth and maybe have some white on it.
3/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 562
Sire: Walk This Way Dam: JDS Stout X Angus AI’ed 4/19 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 1/26 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem) 6/10 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 195.75 cm2
Miss Kopp 562
We have had a few of these Walk This Way calves and they are some that get better every day of their life. Miss Kopp 562 is huge footed and boned and has the extra look to make her very versatile in your future breeding decisions. She has the extra thickness behind her blades and carries her thick top back into her hip. Expect a light birth weight calf that gets up and nurses toward the end of January.
LOT Miss Kopp 5176 2015 :: Blk 20 Spring Sire: Goet I-80
:: KOPP 5176
Dam: Commercial AI’ed 5/7 to WWSC Slider Vet Called Due 2/13 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 201.5 cm2
An I-80 bred to the Northern Improvement son, Slider, that should result in a low birth weight practical calf. Miss Kopp 5176 is good from the side and she has a nice pattern to her. She is long necked, smooth shoulder and comes out wide from behind her blade. She has plenty of depth through the center portion of her body, moves on a big foot and takes a long stride.
LOT Miss Kopp 555 :: Blk :: KOPP 555 21 3/2015 Sire: Kopp New Look Son
Dam: Summitcrest Complete Angus AI’ed 5/16 to No Worries Vet Called Due 2/22 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 205.75 cm2
One of the few bred to the double clean I-80 son, No Worries and did we pick a good one to breed that way. Miss Kopp 555 is massive topped; long spine and she might have the most extension through her front than any animal in the sale. With the amount of foot and bone she has you can almost feel the ground shake as she walks. She is free of genetic defects by pedigree and her future mating possibilities are endless. I might breed her dirty next time and see how good she can make them.
2/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 535
Sire: Maximus Dam: Angus AI’ed 5/31 to I-80 Vet Called Due 3/9 P.E. Cash Daddy 6/1 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 195.75 cm2
Miss Kopp 535
This is a no-nonsense female that has excellent size and fleshing ability. She has the quality look and the extra power we have become accustomed to with Maximus. Miss Kopp 535 is sound and maternal with a pedigree that should be free of all genetic defects. She is bred to I-80 for a quick return on investment.
LOT 23 Miss Kopp 5177
Spring 2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 5177 Sire: LFCC Unstoppable 727x Dam: by Bad Medicine AI’ed 5/5 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/11 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 198.25 cm2
If you are looking for the kind of bred heifer or cow that you can go out in the pasture and scratch, this is the one to buy. Miss Kopp 5177 is extremely gentle and she is extremely nice fronted for an Unstoppable. She not only has a smooth shoulder but she show plenty of thickness over her top and into her pin set.
LOT Miss Kopp 594 4/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 594 24 Sire: Kopp 33 Dam: Commercail Sim/Angus AI’ed 5/4 to Slider 5/27 to Frisky Whiskey Vet Called Due 3/5 P.E. Cash Daddy 6/1 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 5/27 date PM: 205.75 cm2
A 3/4 Angus 1/4 Simmental bred heifer sells in this lot but maybe more importantly she is bred to the Irish Whiskey Grandson, Frisky Whiskey. She is beautiful from the side and has the type of an all-purpose cow that should be productive for years to come. She should be double clean by pedigree and she is double good phenotypically.
4/2015 :: Blk :: KOPP 596
Sire: Kopp 33 Dam: Carney Man son AI’ed 5/4 to No Pressure Vet Called Due 2/10 P.E. Kopp 18 (Bluestem) 6/1 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 193.75 cm2
Miss Kopp 596
This is a maternal beast that has some breed legends in her pedigree, such as Carneyman and Friction. We sold many show steers out of her friction sired grand dam. I don’t think it matters if you study this young bred heifer on the stand or on the move, you will surely lover her style and balance.
LOT Miss Campbell 597 :: Blk :: CAMP 597 26 4/2015 Sire: Kopp 33 Dam: Heat Seeker AI’ed 5/13 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/19 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 198.75 cm2
If you like your cows extra fertile this bred heifer fits the bill. I know she is calving at just over 22 months but with her size and being bred to Sweet Baby James I think you will be fine. Last year I had less trouble with Sweet Baby James calves than most Angus bulls I used. They were little at birth and they jumped up and started nursing before you knew the heifer was in labor. Miss Campbell 597, grand dam is one of Larry Campbell’s old donor cows, trust the breeding here and you will be rewarded with a productive cow for years to come.
LOT Miss Kopp 540 :: Blk :: KOPP 540 27 2/2015 Sire: Commercial Maine/Angus Dam: Commercial Angus AI’ed 4/30 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/6 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 219.25 cm2
One of the few that we lost her ears and tail on a cold night in 2015. Strictly a commercial bred heifer sells in this lot but she has plenty of belly and size to be a very productive cow. AI’ed early to Sweet Baby James for a quick return on investment.
LOT Miss Kopp 1005 :: Blk :: KOPP 1005 28 2/2015 Sire: Expiditer 005x Dam: Commercial AI’ed 4/15 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 1/22 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 212 cm2
We bought this bred heifer on the side of her mother from Doug Gerber and she has been a joy to work with. She is very maternal in her design and extremely feminine in her front 1/3. Her future mating decision are limitless. She should be a productive cow for many years.
LOT Cummings :: 515 29 2/2015 Sire: Itallion Stallion
Dam: O&K Rory (Irish Whiskey x Chill Factor) AI’ed 4/23 to Slider Vet Called Due 1/31 P.E. High Regard son 5/3 to 8/13
This is a maternal sister to one of Campbell CO’s high sellers from the 2015 Season Finale Sale and just as she didn’t disappoint, neither will this one. This bred female is deep, wide, and easy fleshing. Her mother put another heifer back in the replacement pen again this year for us. This cow family is consistent and profitable.
LOT Cummings 2/2015 :: 532 NE 30 Sire: Duff New Edition
Dam: Big Foor (SOS x Paddy O’Mally) AI’ed 4/27 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/4 P.E. High Regard son 5/3 to 8/13
These Duff New Edition Daughters just make phenomenal cows, I wish I had more of them; with SOS, Paddy O’Mally, & Meyer 734 on her bottom side I would expect this female to last a long time. She is extremely quiet and easy keeping and I would expect her to have a great udder too.
LOT Cummings :: 524 31 2/2015 Sire: Simple Man
Dam: Eye Witness AI’ed 4/28 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 3/23 P.E. High Regard son 5/3 to 8/13 Ultra-Sounded to High Regard son
This female is so soft, deep and big ribbed. If you’re not familiar with Simle Man he is a calving ease bull that is a Shiver x Paddy O’Malley. I have a few of these females and I’m happy with the results. This female is double bred calving ease with Rocky Balboa and Money Man on the bottom side.
LOT Cummings :: 571 32 3/2015 Sire: Monopoly II
Dam: Donor 71 (DJ Engineer) AI’ed 5/4 to Slider Vet Called Due 2/11 P.E. High Regard son 5/7 to 8/13
If you remember the two colored flush mates that we brought last year that were well recieved, then here is your opportunity to purchase a full sib. This female combines the best of the two from last year, long necked, clean fronted, elegant front one third with a soft deep middle which stands on a sound structure.
LOT 33 Cummings
3/2015 :: 530
Sire: Monopoly II Dam: Donor 15M (Fax II x Angus) AI’ed 4/29 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/27 P.E. High Regard son 5/7 to 8/13 Ultra Sounded to High Regard son
LOT Cummings 34
2/2015 :: 532 MON
Sire: Monopoly II Dam: Donor 15M (Fax II x Angus) AI’ed 5/15 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 2/22 P.E. High Regard son 5/23 to 8/13 It seems like I write the same thing every time when I talk about this pedigree, but there is a reason for that. I can’t remember the last time I did a sale, that didn’t have this mating in it. Here is your chance to purchase two daughters of the most consistent flush we have ever had the chance to work with, with over 30 ET calves to date. Unfortunately, this may be your last chance to acquire these genetics that have worked so well and consistently for us, as we lost Donor 15M and the tanks are empty of embryo’s. Two different females, but equally high quality. Power in the Blood!
LOT Cummings :: 513 35 4/2015 Sire: O&K Rory (Irish Whiskey x Chill Factor) Dam: Fat Butt AI’ed 6/28 to Slider Vet Called Due 4/7 P.E. High Regard son 7/1 to 8/13
This 1/2 blood simmy, 3/8 Maine female is young and still very immature. I believe when she turns 3 or 4 all your neighbors will be jealous of you. This female’s Fat Butt mother is a direct daughter of Dream On & the one and only Lazy H Burn Baby Burn R34. You can’t stack any more power house maternal genetics in one pedigree. This female’s best days are still in front of her. Pay attention here.
LOT Cummings 3/2015 :: 522 36 Sire: Witness (Rocky Balboa x Money Man) Dam: Angus Cross AI’ed 4/24 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 3/13 P.E. High Regard son 5/7 to 8/13 Ultra Sounded to High Regard son
This moderate, soft, cowy made female is a little plainer in her look, but this is the kind that works, produces, and last over time. This female should work nicely with our 1/2 blood High Regard son. This one will be a productive female for many years.
LOT Simmons 56 37 3/2014 :: 56
LOT Simmons 47 38 3/2014 :: 47
LOT Simmons 22 39 3/2014 :: 22
LOT Simmons 42 40 4/2014 :: 42
LOT Simmons 55 41 4/2014 :: 55
LOT Cummings 56 42 3/2015 :: 56
Sire: Thriller Dam: Sin City AI’ed 5/15 to Slider Vet Called Due 4/10 P.E. CE Angus Bull 5/20 to 9/1
Sire: Monopoly Dam: Maine AI’ed 5/16 to Slider Vet Called Due 2/20 P.E. CE Angus Bull 5/20 to 9/1
Sire: BIM Dam: Dream Catcher Vet Called Due 3/2017 P.E. CE Angus Bull 5/20 to 9/1
Sire: Choppin Wood Dam: Angus AI’ed 5/16 to Slider Vet Called Due 2/20 P.E. CE Angus Bull 5/20 to 9/1
Sire: Monopoly Dam: Meyer Vet Called Due 5/2017 P.E. CE Angus Bull 5/20 to 9/1
Sire: I-80 Dam: Bad Medicine Vet Called Due 3/13 P.E. Simple Man son 5/3 to 8/18 Ultra Sounded to Simple Man
This eye catching, larger framed I-80 female is backed by our ever so consistent Bad Medicine female. Her mother has had quite a few outstanding steers. This female is very attractive through her front one third. After her first calf to the calving ease Simple Man son, breed her to any of the popular clubby bulls or breed her maternal, she will work either way.
LOT Cummings 521 43 3/2015 :: 521
Sire: Witness (Rocky Balboa x Money Man) Dam: Maine - Angus Cross Vet Called Due 3/13 P.E. Simple Man son 5/3 to 8/18 Ultra Sounded to Simple Man
This is another eye catching, larger framed female. This female is very attractive through her front one third that stands on a heavy structure. After her first calf to the calving ease Simple Man son, breed her to any of the popular clubby bulls or breed her maternal, she will work either way.
3/2015 :: 578
Sire: Witness (Rocky Balboa x Money Man) Dam: Maine - Angus Cross Vet Called Due 3/15 P.E. Simple Man son 5/3 to 8/13 Ultra Sounded to Simple Man
LOT Cummings 570 44 3/2015 :: 570
Sire: Witness (Rocky Balboa x Money Man) Dam: Maine - Angus Cross Vet Called Due 2/22 P.E. Simple Man son 5/3 to 8/18 Ultra Sounded to Simple Man
If there was an EPD for hair this female would be off the charts. This calving ease bred female will inject style and hair inot her offspring. This sound structured female is the hairiest bred female of the group.
These Witness daughters are sound and bred for calving ease. They are females that will out produce themsevles. Take this one home and let her prove it to you.
LOT 46 Miss Kopp 1403
Fall 2014 :: Blk Blaze Face :: KOPP 1403 Sire: Sim/Angus Dam: Simmental X Angus AIâ€™ed 4/29 to I-67 Vet Called Due 2/5 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 228 cm2
A bigger framed, stouter made bred heifer sells in this lot. Her mother was purchased from Ted Jester and she was a belly-dragging cow. Miss Kopp 1403 is a long and level spine cow that has plenty of flex in her legs and joints. She should be a very productive cow for years to come. Her I-67 calf should be an eye catcher next fall.
LOT Miss Kopp 1406 2014 :: Blk :: KOPP 1406 47 Fall Sire: Commercial Dam: Miss Kopp DG 1 AI’ed 5/3 to I-67 Vet Called Due 2/9 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 259.25 cm2
This white star headed bred heifer could be the best of the fall born heifers. She is ultra-smooth and complete with enough power to be a great momma cow for years to come. She is loaded with power and width combined with her eye appeal she is hard to fault.
LOT Miss Kopp 1404 2014 :: Blk :: KOPP 1404 48 Fall Sire: Commercial Dam: Miss Kopp 8030 AI’ed 5/3 to I-67 Vet Called Due 2/9 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 270 cm2
Miss Kopp 1404 is the sappy, sowy, big boned, versatile kind that will lead to big thing in the very near future. She is super wide and three dimensional in her design. I think this one could work the best to I-67. Her mother was an exceptional commercial Angus cow that was extremely deep in the middle of her body.
LOT Miss Kopp 1401 2014 :: Blk :: 49 Fall Sire: Commercial
Dam: Commercial AI’ed 4/27 to I-67 Vet Called Due 2/3 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/20 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 244 cm2
A very practical and smooth made female sells in this lot and best of all is bred up for an early calf. She is extremely sound on her feet and legs, with the right amount of set and angle to make her productive for years to come. She is bred to the I-80 son, I-67, whose calves get better the older they get. Don’t let this problem free cow get away from you, your future mating options are endless.
LOT 50 Miss Kopp 1411
Fall 2014 :: Blk :: KOPP 1411 Sire: Commercial Dam: Commercial AI’ed 5/20 to Jose Vet Called Due 2/26 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 288 cm2
Great belly shape is the best way to describe this fall born bred heifer. She is great in her shoulder design and should make a productive cow for years to come. It always helps to have these bred heifers just a little older and more mature before they calve. This one is bred to Jose’, a bull of Executive Sires, who is TH and PHA clean and is an outcross to Ali, I-80 and Irish Whiskey.
LOT 51 Miss Kopp 4102 2014 :: Blk :: KOPP 4102
Sire: Kopp New Look Son Dam: Kopp Meyer son X Everclear/Full Flush AI’ed 5/6 & 5/26 to I-80 Vet Called Due 3/4 P.E. Cash Daddy 6/1 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 5/26 date PM: 168 cm2 This star headed female is massive in her overall design, massive bone, massive top, and massive butt. She reads plenty of femininity through her head, neck and shoulder. Her mother is one of the up and coming young cows in the herd. I would buy with confidence and expect great things out of this young cow, starting with her first calf.
LOT 52 Campbell Co. 2014 :: CAMP W1431 Sire: Unstoppable Dam: Mamas Boy THC/PHAF Safe to Comfort Zone 1/14
This first calf female more than paid for herself with Tom’s Ready, a steer we sold this past Derby Day. She’s as cool pedigreed as they come and ready to raise some profitable stock. Safe to Comfort Zone, you’ll be calling Raymond the day it hits the ground.
LOT 53 Campbell Co.
2014 :: CAMP W1434 Sire: Unstoppable Dam: 431 THF/PHAF Safe to Drivin 80 12/31
Its not often that we let go of young females like these, so take advantage of it while you can. We retained a Pandora female out of this first calf heifer for a replacement, now it’s your turn to build them. She is a daughter of our Dr Who 431 donor that we have had much success with. Whether it’s a bull or heifer Drivin 80 makes them soft, showy and structurally correct!
LOT 54 Campbell Co. 2014 :: CAMP Y21 Sire: Man Up Dam: Monopoly
ACA 375446 9.29% Chi Safe to Set Me Free 1/19 (Calf will be High Chi 9.59%) Here is a Man Up daughter I bought off of Lucas & Allison Regula, that I thought was built really good and cool pedigreed. Man Up is a Who Da Man/ 138M and been really successful for the Wingardner program. She high percent Chi and paired up with Set Me Free so will the calf. She has that cool look and awesome haired, if your into raising Chi cattle donâ€™t miss out here.
LOT 55 Campbell Co. 2013 :: CAMP W1354 Sire: Unstoppable Dam: Windfall AMA:440742 1/4 Maine THF/PHAF Safe to Comfort Zone 2/7
Ears!!!! If you canâ€™t see them cool ears and big shag from a mile away, you must be blind, although her ears are cool this cow is hard to put a hole in. She has the desirable length of body, width and dimension, & structurally impeccable. She carries all the positive characteristics of Unstoppable, with a feminine chest & nice neck. Comfort Zone scored big in Cedarville before, now is your chance! Calf will be a 5/8 Mainetainer.
LOT Ms. Joys Little Star :: Blk :: CAMP 919 56 2009 Sire: SVF Star Power S802
Dam: JF Ebony’s Joy 5105R AI’ed 6/12 to Blaze of Glory Vet Called Due 3/21 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 6/15 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
ASA Reg. # 2509530 A former show heifer for Jacob and definitely a front pasture cow anywhere. This cow is bold and beautiful to say the least. It doesn’t matter what angle you view this beast from she is flat good. Her best calf was an OCC legend heifer that was a past Season Finale Sale highlight and sold for $6,000.
LOT Miss Kopp 964 2009 :: Blk :: KOPP 964 57 Sire: Ice Cube Dam: Maine X Angus AI’ed 6/16 to Itallion Stallion Vet Called Due 3/25 P.E. Kopp 33 6/25 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 208 cm2
Another moderate framed cow whose mother was a main stay around the ranch until she was about 11 years old. Miss Kopp 964 has it in her to have a great one and I am excited to see her Italian Stallion calf. She had a Fu Man Chu heifer in 2016 that is in the replacement pen and in 2015 we sold her calf in the fall sale.
LOT 58 Miss Kopp 6-465
Fall 2006 :: Smoke :: KOPP 6-465 Sire: White Fang Dam: Meyer 734 X Angus AI’ed 5/15 to In God We Trust Vet Called Due 2/21 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 5/20 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
This is tag 6-465 MAB steer from fall of 2015.
We could write a book on how productive this cow has been for us. She has 2 daughters in the herd and her 2014 steer by MAB brought $5,750. If you want a ground pounding, front pasture cow, this cow could fit the bill. She should be free of all defects by pedigree and she is bred to Wade Rodgers new and exciting Charolais color bull, In God We Trust.
2007 :: Blk :: CAMP 740
Sire: Witch Doctor Dam: Miss Campbell AI’ed 5/3 & 5/25 to Fu Man Chu Vet Called Due 3/3 P.E. C550 (Royal Affair son) 5/30 to 7/25 Ultra Sounded to 5/25 date
Miss Campbell 740
A powerfully constructed cow from the ground up. A ton of body, foot and bone best describe this front pasture cow. She is bred to Fu Man Chu who’s calves have been topping sales and winning the biggest shows in the country. The calf in her belly could more than pay for this cow. She was in the wrong pasture on picture day, so I would look her up on sale day, you won’t be disappointed.
LOT Miss Kopp 5-902 2005 :: Blk :: KOPP 5-902 60 Fall Sire: Full Flush Dam: Meyer 734 X Angus AI’ed 5/28 to Man 2 Man Vet Called Due 3/6 P.E. Kopp 33 6/1 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
This is a Monopoly steer out of tag 5-902 from spring of 2015.
One of the old standby Full Flush cows that wouldn’t be around if she wasn’t still making us money. Her 2012 heifer by Monopoly 2 sold for $3,500 and she had a late born heifer in 2016 that we will keep. Wade told me to use some Man 2 Man this spring he said they were some of Goet’s best calves. What a better way to get Wade to stop by the ranch, use something he recommends. Man 2 Man is a full sib to the Grand Champion steer at the 2013 Heart of it All show in Lima, Ohio.
LOT Miss Kopp 747 2007 :: Blk :: KOPP 747 61 Sire: Foreplay
Dam: Eight Ball AI’ed 6/10 to Eye Candy Vet Called Due 3/19 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 6/12 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
Eye candy X Miss Kopp 747 calf from spring of 2014 sale.. brought $7,750.
To say this cow hits with Eye Candy is an understatement. It doesn’t matter if they are steers or heifers they always sell great. We have sold several calves by Eye Candy over the years ranging from $3,500 to $9,500. Her 2015 and 2016 heifers are in the keeper pen and she has 2 Heat Seeker cows that are near the top of the young cows. If you want a proven donor cow, bid early and often.
Miss Kopp 5-2109
Fall 2005 :: Blk :: KOPP 5-2109 Sire: Full Flush Dam: Meyer 734 X Angus AI’ed 5/12 to One In The Chamber Vet Called Due 2/18 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 5/20 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
As I look through the notebook on the calves I have sold out of Miss Kopp 5-2109 there are a few things I notice. This cow works no matter how you breed her and her calves’ sell. Her 2010 steer by Heat Seeker sold for $1,800; 2011 heifer by Heat Seeker, kept for a cow; 2012 steer by Believe in Me sold for $5,000; 2013 steer by Crowd Favorite sold for $4,250; 2014 steer by Believe in Me sold for $2,200; 2015 heifer by Italian Stallion sells as Lot 9 in this sale and her 2016 heifer by Here I Am is in the replacement pen. Buy this cow and get ready to take the money to the bank.
LOT Miss Kopp 725 63 2007 :: Blk Blz Face :: KOPP 725
Sire: Meyer 734 Dam: Angus AI’ed 4/21 to Fu Man Chu 5/11 to Comfort Zone Vet Called Due 2/17 P.E. C550 (Royal Affair son) 5/25 to 7/25 Ultra-Sounded to 5/11 date
A rare find in any sale across the country, a true Meyer 734 cow that will bleed. She is probably the most moderate framed Meyer that has ever walked our pastures. She is big bellied, big boned and big topped and milks for a ton. We flushed her twice last year averaging 14 #1 eggs per flush. Just think if you start flushing her next spring to the bull of your choice, she will have a positive impact on your herd for years to come.
LOT Miss Kopp 647 64 2006 :: Blk :: KOPP 647
Sire: Heat Seeker Dam: Full Flush X Meyer 734 AI’ed 4/17 & 5/11 to Hi Ho Silver Vet Called Due 2/17 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 5/11 date
This is our only cow bred to Hi Ho Silver but she is a great looking cow out of a fantastic dam. Miss Kopp 2-866 was sold several years ago as a sale topper in the Season Finale. Kip Bonnell and Dr. Rob Jackman purchased her from Indiana. She was a donor cow for them and also produced several champions herself. Buy with confidence; I believe this mating will work.
LOT Miss Kopp 382 :: Blk :: KOPP 382 65 2013 Sire: Heat Wave 5 Dam: Friction X Maine/Angus AI’ed 6/2 to I-80 Vet Called Due 3/11 P.E.Kopp 33 6/5 to 8/3 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 168 cm2
A nice Heat Wave cow sells in this lot, she has had 2 April calves in a row but we now have her bred up to calve in March to the popular I-80. This I-80 x Heat Wave cross works nearly every time and the resulting calf can be registered as a ½ blood Maine Anjou. If you pay attention to several of the top club calf breeders, a lot of the mother of their top calves is bred similar to this cow. This cow has her whole life ahead of her and I might consider Hi Ho Silver on this cow in the very near future.
LOT Miss Kopp 414 :: Blk :: KOPP 414 66 2014 Sire: BHCS Heat Seeker 23
Dam: OCC Legend X Maine/Angus AI’ed 4/21 to Armada Vet Called Due 1/28 P.E. Cash Daddy 5/25 to 8/18 Ultra-Sounded to 8/18 date PM: 198.75 cm2
A moderate framed, ground sow of the sale, this OCC Legend granddaughter is the belly dragger of the sale. I love the bloodlines on this heifer and I think she will work especially well with Armada, a TH/PHA clean, I-80 son.
LOT Miss Kopp 461 :: Blk :: KOPP 461 67 2014 Sire: Goet I-80 Dam: Tiger X Full Flush/Meyer AI’ed 6/1 to Board Walk Vet Called Due 3/10 P.E. Kopp 33 6/4 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 200 cm2
This young cow is bred a little different but we have had a lot of success marketing the Boardwalk calves. Miss Kopp 461 is a thick made cow that is backed by a fantastic cow family that puts a calf in a sale every year. Their steers sell early and the heifers make great cows. Buy with confidence.
LOT 68 Campbell Co.
2011 :: CAMP W1161
Sire: Satchamo Dam: Sunseeker THC / PHAF Safe to Fu Man Chu Due 2/11/17 This female has put 2 replacements back in our herd a Night Trips & a MAB, now its your turn to see what she can do for you. Her well-balanced body and stylish neck is sure to pair nicely with Fu Man Chu. Our Fuâ€™s were our most consistent an top end last year so we are excited to have many more this calving season.
LOT 69 Campbell Co.
2011 :: CAMP W1120
Sire: Who Made Who Dam: Miss Sail Away ACA 377759 8.2%Chi THF / PHAF Safe to Fu Man Chu Due 1/30 This is the dam of a Monopoly 4 female successfully shown in the Best program and brought $5,000 in our 2014 Fall sale, she also raised a $4,000 Lone Ranger steer that will be showing this year. She balances out very well with a perfect length of body and great extension in her front one third. Her dam, Miss Sail Away hung many banners for us in her day, if your looking for one to put money in the bank an be a strong producer, donâ€™t over look this one!
LOT 70 Campbell Co.
2013 :: CAMP W1325 Sire: Pandora Dam: Braveheart Clean by pedigree Safe to Hi Ho Silver 1/27
Here is a moderate, boxy made female that has plenty of width and dimension yet very fresh and feminine through her sleek neck and shoulder. I forgot to mention, she’s a baldie, who doesn’t love a good baldie? Pandora & Braveheart has sired some of our most porfitable females, here is a rare opportunity.
LOT 71 Campbell Co. 2009 :: CAMP W921 Sire: Windfall Dam: Chia
PHAF/THF Safe to Fu Man Chu Due 2/2/17 Talk about old school? Here is one that goes back to the backbone of CampbellCo. Chia was ahead of her time; she was moderate, square, and sound as they come with that long desirable neck it takes to win today. We finally got her moved up to calve early and shouldn’t be selling but here she is. Don’t mind her age because she’s as youthful appearing as some half her age. Don’t be surprised when this one pays for herself on her first calf.
LOT Cummings :: AJ 72 2014 Sire: Unstoppable
Dam: Full Flush x Meyer 734 AI’ed 4/24 to Uno Mas Sxd Hf Vet Called Due 2/1 P.E. (Splash x Donor 244) 5/25 to 8/13
This female is as gentle and as broke as they come. I purchased this heifer as a baby calf because I thought she could raise some big time steers. I believe my intuition was correct - take a look at her first calf we are offering here. This very young female has a ton of future in her to raise some incredible steers in the future. My five year old led her around as a yearling as my three year old would ride her, not even joking. The only reason we are letting her go is because she didn’t like kids when she calved. Cows can be replaced my family cannot.
LOT Cummings :: 307 73 2013 Sire: Monopoly II
Dam: Payback (Playboy / Draft Pick) AI’ed 5/2 to I Believe Vet Called Due 3/23 P.E. Band Wagon son 5/25 to 8/13 Ultra-Sounded to Band Wagon
Unstoppable X 915
I Believe X 915
This young, smokey female is phenomenally made. She has a bright future ahead of her. We have sold both of her two previous calves early. Her mother has been a strong producer for us for many years and sells here too. This is one I really don’t want to be getting rid of we just have to many and can’t keep them all.
LOT Cummings 2009 :: 915 74 Spring Sire: Duff New Edition
Dam: O&K Rory (I.W. x Chill Factor) AI’ed 6/4 to Maine Break Vet Called Due 3/14 P.E. Band Wagon son 6/6 to 8/13
When you see this female you will understand why I like these Duff New Edition females so much. They are deep, soft bodied, milk well and most importantly structurally sound. This female has worked well for us; check out the pics of past progeny. I mated this female old school in hopes of a female, call me if she has one.
LOT Cummings 2009 :: 75 Spring Sire: Mossy Oak
Dam: Who Made Who x Black Bear AIâ€™ed 5/30 to Sweet Baby James Vet Called Due 3/29 P.E. Band Wagon son 5/31 to 8/13
This cocky, eye catching female is sure to catch any bodies attention and is backed by a great old school pedigree Who Made Who x Black Bear. She is mated just about perfect for herself to Sweet Baby James; he should click just right on this kind of female.
Itallion Stallion X 07
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LOT Cummings 2007 :: 07 76 Spring Sire: Payback
Dam: Playboy x Draft Pick AIâ€™ed 5/23 to Run for the Roses Vet Called Due 3/23 P.E. Band Wagon son 5/25 to 8/13 Ultra Sounded to Band Wagon
Tiger Woods X 07
MAB X 07
MAB X 07
This female has been such a solid producer for us for many years and has produced some of our top calves in our spring sale each year, check out some of the pics of her off spring as proof. My wife has always been after me to flush this female, that is how highly she thinks of her. Let her go to work for you.
LOT Miss Kopp 982 :: Blk :: KOPP 982 77 2009 Sire: Ice Cube
Dam: Dominator X Angus AIâ€™ed 6/15 to Man 2 Man Vet Called Due 3/24 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 6/25 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 216 cm2
This is an extremely deep bodied cow that has plenty of thickness to raise those show steers. Her 2016 calf by Fu Man Chu sold in the fall of 2016 fall sale for $2,000. Then in 2015 her calf by Alpha Male sold for $2,000 in the fall sale. She also has an Unstoppable daughter in the herd. Bred to the hot new bull Man 2 Man.
LOT 78 Miss Kopp 985 2009 :: Blk :: KOPP 985 Sire: Ice Cube Dam: Maine X Angus AIâ€™ed 5/6 to MAB clone Vet Called Due 2/12 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 5/10 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 180 cm2 Good cow alert... Huge bodied, big topped and powerful all describe this beast. I would expect a high return on investment with her MAB calf... It will be easy to sell. Alpha Male X Miss Kopp 985 calf from fall sale of 2015.
LOT 79 Miss Kopp 909
2009 :: Red :: KOPP 909
Sire: Texas Hold’em Dam: Who Made Who X Angus AI’ed 5/14 to One In The Chamber Vet Called Due 2/20 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 5/20 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 216 cm2 We have had several heifers out of this cow over the years. We sold a Cool Customer in the 2015 Season Finale for $3,000. Her 2016 calf by Unstoppable is in the replacement pen. This solid red cow is good in her design and has plenty of foot and bone to make her very versatile with today’s mating decisions.
LOT 80 Miss Kopp 958
2009 :: Red :: KOPP 958
Sire: HF Get It Done Dam: Kopp Meyer 734 son X Angus AI’ed 6/23 to Second To None Vet Called Due 4/1 P.E.Kopp 33 6/25 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 181.25 cm2 Stout, Stout, Stout, this red bombshell is big footed and stout boned. She is powerfully constructed especially when you view her from behind. She come out of the backside of her shoulder into a powerful top and carries it back through her hip and into her wide pin set. I loved the Second to None bull at Denver 2 years ago and I think he will add the extra depth this cow needs to make a high dollar show calf.
LOT Miss Kopp 921 :: Blue :: KOPP 921 81 2009 Sire: De Bull Dam: Eight Ball X Shorthorn AI’ed 6/23 to Second To None Vet Called Due 4/1 P.E. Kopp 33 6/25 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date PM: 193.75 cm2
Who doesn’t love a good blue cow? This cow is a long spine, level hip and gentle as a kitten. She has raised some good heifers for us, including two by OCC Doc that are making fantastic cows. I was really impressed with the Second to None bull at Denver, he is an I Believe out of the famous Anita Loan cow. He should add depth of body, hair and look. Doc X Miss Kopp 921 heifer from 2015 fall sale.
Special thanks to
Boehringer Ingelheim for providing the meal.
2013 :: KOPP X
Sire: Commercial Dam: Commercial AI’ed 5/18 to Loaded for Bear Vet Called Due 2/24 P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 6/1 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
Miss Kopp X
Honesty is always the best policy, this young bred cow lost her tag as a calf and we are not real sure who or what she is. She looks Maine/Angus to us but you come and look and make the call for yourself.
LOT Miranda 159Z :: KOPP 159Z 83 2012 Sire: GWS/SCF Rendition
Dam: Taylor 159X by Dream On AIâ€™ed 4/28 to Blaze of Glory P.E. Kopp 43 (SOS son) 6/1 to 8/1 Ultra-Sounded to AI date
This is 159Z calf that we sold in the spring sale of 2016 for $3,750.
American Simmental Reg. # 2639566 This purebred Simmental cow is bred to one of the Hottest bulls of last year, Blaze Of Glory. She is a deep bodied cow that is easy going and has a ton of body. She has plenty of thickness and mass to have those high dollar purebred calves, while maintaining the look it takes to compete in the show ring. Her 2016 calf by Pays to Believe sold in our May spring sale for $3,750.
2/2016 :: AJ-A
Sire: Sweet Baby James Dam: Unstoppable v (Full Flush x Meyer 734) HAIRY, HAIRY, HAIRY! I held this female back from our spring sale initually to give people an idea of the kind of calves they can expect out of Sweet Baby James since so many females in this sale are caring his service. This female can run hard in the market heifer division.
LOT Package of 3 Embryos Mr. Hoc Broker 85 Sire: Dam: Ms. I80 244Z
Sweet Baby James also the service sire for many selling in the sale
We are going to offer three number #! embryo’s from the mother of Sweet Baby James. The resulting offspring will be dual registerable, 1/2 blood sim-solutions or 1/4 blood Mainetainers. We have had limited offspring due to this donors young age, but have been excited with what we have seen thus far. She has worked with Jesse James, Monopoly, and we are expecting our first crop of Second 2 None this spring. We decided to mis it up a little with this maternal mating to the legendary Hoc Broker. We think the resulting offspring will have a huge impact in the breeding arena. This cow is going to be so versatile. Her embryo’s been averaging over $1,000. Get in early on this successful mating. Embryo’s available sale day.
Thank you for sale sponsorship Seth Johnson 765-730-4427 Blair Kramer 765-561-6095 Britney Fraley 317-697-6418
Terms and Conditions: TERMS: Term of the sale are cash or good check, payable immediately upon the conclusion of the sale and before the animals will be moved. Seller will reserve the right to require a certified check as settlement before releasing any cattle. LIABILITY: All animals and merchandise will be at the buyers risk at the fall of the hammer. However the seller will provide for the safety of each animal for a reasonable amount of time following the sale. Neither the owners, sale manager, auctioneer, or affiliated personnel may be held responsible for any accidents that may occur. BIDDING: All animals will sell to the highest bidder. Any disputes or challenges regarding bidding will be settled by the auctioneer and his decision will be final. Announcements: made sale day from the block will take precedence over statements in the sale catalog. GUARANTEE: Bred females have been satisfactorily examined for pregnancy, are guaranteed bred at sale time and are assumed to breeders without further guarantee. Due dates listed for bred females are the results of said examination and / or known breeding dates and are intended to be used as estimates of actual calving dates. No guarantee, expressed or implied, is made to the animal’s ability to produce transferable embryos with the exception of those selling as “open and ready to flush.” SHIPPING: Assistance will be given in making shipment of your purchase after the sale, but no risk will be assumed by the seller. Expenses incurred are the responsibility of the purchaser who should furnish shipping instructions at time of settlement. It is rec- ommended that insurance be obtained. Insurance will be available for purchase at the clerk’s desk on sale day. ACCIDENTS: All persons who attend this sale do so at there own risk. Owners nor any person involved with the sale assumes any liability, legal or otherwise, in the event of an accident or loss of property. ABSENTEE BIDDING: If you would like to invest in the cattle offered but are unable to attend, please contact the farm, sale manager, marketing consultant, or auctioneer as far ahead to the sale as possible. Your bids will be handled with complete confidenti- ality and we can arrange to have the cattle delivered to your farm or ranch. Contact Kevin Mears at 937-533-0169 CONTRACT: The above terms and conditions of the sale shall constitute a contract between buyer and seller and shall be equally binding on both. Animals that are resold following purchase in the sale shall constitute a separate transaction and the rights and obligations of the two parties connected there to are not covered by these terms and conditions. CATALOG: Kevin Mears of Stock Options Marketing with Chelsea Allen Designs prepared this catalog. All information is believed to be correct and accurate but always check sale day for supplement information and corrections.
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Published on Dec 2, 2016