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WLB LIVESTOCK Polled Herefords • Black & Red Simmentals

Bill & Nancy Biglieni Box 327, Douglas, MB R0K 0R0 wlblivestock@inetlink.ca Ph/Fax: 204-763-4697 • Cell: 204-729-7925

My Uncle Wes once told me “Life is one school you do not want to skip class on”. What a summer this has been! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. But I now have a good idea what Uncle Wes was talking about. More times than I can keep track, this summer has reminded, you do not take anything for granted. The weather for miles around us made it obvious that you can’t pick when the sun will shine or when it will give way to rain. We had one pasture under four feet of water for over five weeks. In July I was stringing some hot wire through some tall summer pasture and found myself in a patch of water covering at least 30 acres. It’s now the first of October and we have dust wherever we step. The fact that we didn’t get near as much water as southeast Saskatchewan nor are we anywhere close to being as dry as Texas leaves me thankful yet sympathetic to what some of our fellow breeders are going through. Hang in there! Nancy has been solid like a rock this summer while I took more than a few weeks off to recover from a major infection. I proved just how useless and wussy I could really be. You don’t have much if you don’t have health, family, and friends. While our traveling has been curtailed, don’t begin to think that we will be cutting back at WLB. Our interest in Herefords is stronger than ever. We have a greater desire to “make things happen” in our program than ever before. We have taken on some additional cows from the Shell River program. We are expanding our International semen inventory as well as our international donor/semen program. Yes we will strive to lighten our workload but we will do it by being even more vigilant about producing cattle that can look after themselves. This will be our third Internet sale. While we have these sales to generate revenue to pay bills, the first two have taught us that the real benefit of these internet sales is the opportunity to talk with Hereford breeders from across North America and around the world. Each year the reach goes a little further and the power of the Internet becomes even more amazing. Nancy and I invite you to have a look at our Internet heifers. We’re proud of them and feel they are our strongest group yet. We would like to reserve the right to a flush on any of the heifers with buyers consent. We think you will easily find something to like in this group. All 14-heifer calves selling are guaranteed to be DLF, IEF, and HYF. Be sure to email, text, or give us call if you have any questions or comments. We look forward to visiting with you. Bill & Nancy Biglieni In order to participate in this auction, please register at: 2


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Junior breeders incentive payment: In addition to being a participant in the Canadian Junior Hereford Association heifer lottery, Nancy and I are pleased to offer to any junior buyers of a WLB INTERNET HEIFER(Canada and US) a $100 payment upon receiving a picture of you showing your WLB internet heifer at any show. While we wish you the best you do not have to win a championship or a class but you do have to participate in a cattle show of your choosing and you do have to send us a photo (email preferred). All photos become the property of WLB and may be used in WLB promotions. Herd Health: All 2011 born calves have been vaccinated with Express 5/Somugena modified live vaccine for IBR, PI3, BVD, RSV as well as for blackleg with covexin plus(7way). They have received Ivomec (spring/fall) Payment: No animal shall leave WLB until full payment has been received. Any heifers remaining at WLB because of payment still owing after 30 days will be charged a room and board fee of $4/day. We remind you that all heifers are at the buyers risk 24 hours after the sale. Please insure your purchases. Insurance: Buyers can insure their purchases with their chosen representative or we can forward appropriate information to Lois McRae who represents Livestock Insurance Managers, Saskatoon, SK. Please let us know if you would like us to contact Lois on your behalf. Delivery: Every assistance will be given to help in the shipment of your purchase. Your heifers are welcome to remain at WLB for a reasonable time, until shipping arrangements can be made. Certificate of Registration: Each animal will carry papers issued by the Canadian Hereford Association, which can be transferred to the American Hereford Association. A certificate of registry duly transferred will be furnished to the buyer for each animal after payment has been made. Guarantee: Each animal becomes the purchaser’s risk 24 hours after the sale. All animals in the sale are sold under the terms and guarantees set forth by the Canadian Hereford Association with regard to health, freedom from defects and from both reproductive and genetic unsoundness. All females selling in this sale are guaranteed to be HYF, DLF, and IEF. Please call us if you have any questions about our guarantee. Breeding Guarantee: All heifers are guaranteed breeders however, in recognition that overfeeding can be detrimental to the reproductive ability of a young female, if we feel that a heifer has been fed to an extreme level of obesity for the show ring, we will hold the feeder responsible for any reproductive problems and therefore no longer be responsible to guarantee that particular animal. US buyer information: Exchange rate: Due to the ups and downs that have taken place between the US and Cad dollar the exchange rate used in this sale will be announced at the start of this sale, Thursday, November 10, 2011 Delivery to U.S. buyers: We welcome your participation at our third Internet Heifer Sale. We hope you find a WLB heifer that catches your interest. Listed below is important information for our U.S. buyers. We ask you to read and familiarize yourself with this information. Feel free to call us if you have any questions regarding the heifers or this information. 1. We have exported a number of cattle to the U.S. in the last few years and have become familiar with the necessary arrangements needed to cross the border. If a U.S. buyer wishes for WLB to arrange shipping we will do so to the best of our ability. Part of arranging U.S. shipments is dealing with specific dates and times that cattle have to meet US trucks. Taking advantage of these opportunities can help keep your shipping cost within reason. If these opportunities are missed then this means individual animals may have to bear the entire cost of being shipped to their U.S. destination. In other words your shipping cost may go up. Prompt payment insures your heifer is available to take advantage of these shipping opportunities when they arise. 2. We will be happy to assist with the paperwork and getting your purchases across the border. In lieu of U.S. Customs and brokerage charges: U.S. buyers will be charged $250 for each animal purchased along with the purchase price, which will go toward the export cost. WLB will then cover all additional cost including (veterinary charges) above this amount including trucking cost to the U.S. port of entry at Dunseith, N.D. This charge is based upon the assumption that all U.S. bound heifers will be exportable across the border in one shipment. Any U.S. heifers remaining at WLB due to late payment will then be charged for all export cost and additional examinations by the veterinarian. 3. All trucking from the U.S. port of entry to the buyer’s final destination will be the responsibility of the buyer. 4. Please provide to us the following information, which is needed to satisfy the U.S. customs office and brokers. Full name, complete address, phone number & social security number.

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AUCTION GUIDELINES

Welcome to the WLB Internet Heifer Auction. We have tried to create an easy to work with online auction process. Please read the following instructions and if you have any trouble or questions, be sure to give us a call at 204 763 4697 or email: wlblivestock@inetlink.ca WLB INTERNET AUCTION DATES AND TIMES The auction has been set to run from 9:00 a.m. CST on Thursday, November 10th, 2011 with the Internet close out gavel coming down on the first lot at 7:00 p.m. CST Monday, November 14. We will use a 30 or 45 second bidding clock until all lots are sold. Meaning once the pre announced time has expired without a bid that heifer will be considered sold to the last highest bidder. A sale order will be posted 9:00 Monday morning. If you don’t have computer access, phone in bids will be accepted at the numbers listed below. Be sure to register early to allow the necessary time to be put in to the system. HOW TO PARTICIPATE • In order to participate in the online auction you will need to pre-register and obtain a buyer number. • To do this, go to the LiveAuctions website, www.liveauctions.tv, and select WLB Livestock Online Auction. • After logging in the buyer registration form should pop up automatically. If it doesn’t there is a link you can select that says, “register for a buyer number”. • This form requires you to fill out your banks name, city, state, phone number and a contact. • You may register to bid after bidding has opened but please remember that authorization to bid is not instantaneous. HOW THE AUCTION WORKS • Once you have a username and have received a buyer number then you are ready to bid. You will see a screen that is unique to your user ID. • There will be a list containing the sale lots. If you click on a lot the video clip or photo will be displayed to the right. The next bid, current price, proxy bid, and manual bid buttons will be displayed below the video area. This page will react to your bids by stating, “you are in” or “you are out”. • No one else will be able to see your bid – that data is not accessible to the public. • Each time you login, the auction screen will display your personal bidding information. Your auction screen is unique and private displaying your activity to only you. • Remember that you must have the lot that you are bidding on selected. This is where it tells you if you are in or out. It is here where you can also see your proxy (automatic) bid settings as applicable. WHAT IS A PROXY BID? With a proxy bid you can enter your maximum bid and then sit back and watch. When you enter a proxy bid amount the LiveAuctions system automatically bids on your behalf up to your maximum bid. If the lot closes out for less than your maximum, that’s all you’ll have to pay. This means that you don’t have to keep coming back to re-bid every time another bid is placed. This makes it more convenient and less time consuming. It can also greatly assists those breeders that can’t be near a computer or are busy with other duties at the time of the final bidding. Your maximum amount is kept confidential from other bidders and the seller. Even though you can see this amount on your screen no one else can. The LiveAuctions system compares your bid to those of the other registered bidders and the system automatically places bids on your behalf, using only as much of your bid as is necessary to maintain your high bid position. The system will bid only up to your maximum amount as necessary to maintain you as the high bidder. If another bidder has a higher maximum, you’ll be outbid and the system will tell you that “YOU’RE OUT”. But, if no other bidder has a higher maximum you win the final bid. The final close out bidding process After each sale we receive a few calls from breeders who were interested in bidding on a heifer but failed to watch the bidding clock and let the bidding time expire. When the bidding starts The bidding clock will run for a preannounced time (usually 30/45 seconds or until there is a bid at which time the clock will rewind to its original 30 or 45 seconds. (Whatever time that was preannounce). For example: if the bidding clock gets down to 1 second remaining then a higher bid is submitted, the clock will then restart. This rewind process will continue with each bid received until the allotted time elapses without a bid. Then the lot will be considered sold. So if you are interested in a particular heifer ,be sure to submit your bid while there is still time on the clock. This is where using the proxy bid can come in handy insuring you do not miss a bid! LiveAuctions staff will be happy to answer your questions

Jill Mader: (403) 990-9187

Brad Fahrmeier: (816) 392-9241

Phone in bids: We realize not everyone has Internet access or is comfortable conducting business online. If this applies to you, you are invited to phone in your bids. However we ask that you contact us and let us know of your intention so we can manage the phone calls to the benefit of all phone in participants. Your phone contacts are: Bill Biglieni 204-763-4697 or 204-729-7925

Wilf Davis - Phone: (204) 841 0211

U.S. Representative: Tom Biglieni - Phone: (417) 827 8482

Both Wilf and Tom are familiar with the heifers and will be happy to discuss them with you.

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WLB 81S

Enid ET 5001Y

Born: February 4, 2011

Adj 205: 684 lbs. EPD’s BW WW YW MILK TM

REMITALL EMBRACER 8E NJW 8E 120J EMBASSY 81S ET {DLF IEF HYF} SADDLE-VALLEY LADYSPORT 120J TA-BAR WLB FORMULA 035J WLB 035J FLORA 14N {DLF IEF HYF} WLB 25C JAN 17F

NJW 8E 120J Embassy 81S Sire of Lot 1

WLB 035J Flora 14N Dam of Lot 1

Those of you who have heard me talk Hereford for the last 30 years will know the importance we place on cow characteristics even with our heifer calves. Broody is an often-used term of ours. Nancy and I can really appreciate a female that starts to display a broody appearance at an early age. This ET heifer has that look. She’s broody from front to back. Her depth and capacity starts at her muzzle and carries right through. She displays volume in every aspect of her make up. She’s wide topped and equally wide underneath. She’s the type that will give you a lot of flexibility when it comes to choosing which bull to breed her to. What’s neat about this girl is she doesn’t just stand on phenotype alone. She is loaded with proven productive ancestry. Her dam, WLB 035J Flora 14N is the mother of WLB Global 72M 50S. The Jan 17F cow family behind her is also responsible for the 2004 Canadian Reserve National Champion Polled Hereford Bull, WLB 035J Fleet 20M. This was the one and only time Fleet ever entered a show ring. Enid’s sire NJW Embassy also brings a lot to the table. His dam, the Ladysport cow is one of Ned and Jan’s favorites. His sire, Embracer, has sired many high dollar sons. No matter which arena, pasture or showring, you are looking to play, Lot 1 deserves your attention.

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- C02957183

Nov. 3: 826 lbs. 5.1 51.1 77.4 17.9 43.5

WLB 72M 50S Maternal Brother of Lot 1

WLB Shady Hills Fleet 035J 20M 2004 Canadian National Reserve Champion Bull


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WLB 83T

Ellie 78Y

Born: February 14, 2011

Adj 205: 670 lbs. EPD’s BW WW YW MILK TM

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB ELI 10H 83T {DLF IEF HYF} WLB 035J FLORA 85M HAROLDSON WLB MUTUMBO ET 72M WLB 72M SARA 49R {DLF IEF HYC} WLB 035J FLORA 175M

WLB 72M Sara 49R Dam of Lot 2

- C02955864

WLB Eli 10H 83T Sire of Lots 2, 3 and 4

Nov. 3: 824 lbs.

4.9 50.5 79.2 17.1 42.3

Haroldson WLB Mutumbo ET 72M Maternal Sire of Lots 2, 7, 9 and 13

This year we have catalogued the heifers by their sire groups. 78Y is not only a top individual among the Eli’s but also a standout of the entire WLB heifer crop. She’s square in her appearance while being angular in her skeletal structure. Her balance of mass to bone is right on. She’s very complete in her hip and quarter and has a top that completes her look in a powerful way. She shows a lot of strength in her stride yet she’s soft in her step. I sometimes think I see her getting deeper right in front of me. Her type and style alone says she deserves serious consideration by any one wanting to make their presence known in the show ring. Her genetics are equally strong as she traces back to one of our favorite Shell River Cow families. If Shell River’s 10D cow is in a pedigree you can bet you will find a big hip, plenty of milk and great udders. You will find 10D just off the bottom of 78Y’s pedigree.

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WLB 83T

Ellie 89Y

Born: February 15, 2011

Adj 205: 635 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB ELI 10H 83T {DLF IEF HYF} WLB 035J FLORA 85M WLB GLOBAL 72M 50S WLB 50S GLORIA 76W WLB 33K TESS ET 201P

WLB 50S Gloria 76W Dam of Lot 3

- C02955868

EPD’s BW WW YW MILK TM

WLB Eli 10H 83T Sire of Lots 2, 3 and 4

Nov. 3: 681 lbs.

3.3 50.7 77.5 17.2 42.5

WLB Global 72M 50S Maternal Sire of Lots 3 and 4

One of my biggest regrets this summer was not getting a picture of 76W while she was wet. Not only does she have a no-fault udder, it was a pleasure to watch this attentive two-year-old Global daughter mothering her Eli heifer calf She did it as if she had done it for years. 89Y never lacked for milk or her mothers affection. She is one of two internet heifers carrying the Eli/Global combination. 89Y is loaded with pigmentation and eye appeal. Owned with Bev Mickelson, Shell River Herefords, Roblin, MB.

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WLB 83T

Ellie 90Y

Born: February 15, 2011

Adj 205: 713 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB ELI 10H 83T {DLF IEF HYF} WLB 035J FLORA 85M WLB GLOBAL 72M 50S WLB 50S GLORIA 35U {DLF IEF HYF} STAR-LAKE NORMA BETH 602S

WLB 50S Gloria 35U Dam of Lot 4

WLB 50S Gloria 35U and WLB Lego 90X 2 Year Old Class Winning Pair 2010 Canadian National Hereford Show

- C02955870

EPD’s BW

3.7

WW YW MILK TM

56.0 88.8 19.8 47.8

I have a picture of this Eli daughter at a week of age on my cell phone. She is another good testament to the mothering ability of the Global daughters. This is 35U’s second calf and she’s done another superb job. Good enough to qualify for our ET program. Her first calf, WLB Lego 83T 90X is our calving ease semen sire and a full brother to 90Y. He and his dam were 2010 Agribition class winners in the two-year-old cow/calf class. You’ll be hard pressed to find a better balance of muscle and femininity all in one heifer with 90Y. She was well looked after by her mother, but now that she is on her own, I would have to say I am even more impressed with this heifer because of her accelerated post weaning development.

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Nov. 3: 807 lbs.

WLB Eli 10H 83T Sire of Lots 2, 3 and 4

WLB Lego 83T 90X Full Brother to Lot 4


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WLB 21T

Born: April 2, 2011 DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB QUAKER 10H 21T WLB 8D BLANCHE 127J MC RANGER 9615 WLB 9615 TULIP 79T WLB 72M SARA 53R

WLB Quaker 10H 21T Sire of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

Queen 11Y

Adj 205: 635 lbs.

- C02955836

Nov. 3: 682 lbs.

EPD’s BW WW YW MILK TM

WLB 83T Ellie 11W Sold in 2009 Sale to Marissa Tankersly, SD

3.1 46.8 77.2 19.5 42.9

WLB Bull 40U 11X Maternal Brother to Lot 5

WLB Quaker 10H 21T is a feature sire in this event and you are going to have some good ones to choose from, including this April baby. Her mother is a maternal sister to lot 9. 11Y is quickly establishing that she is for real. Beautiful fronted, deep sided and attractive in her presentation. If you follow through on the bottom of her extended pedigree you will find she traces back to the Blanche 127J cow family making her double-bred 127J. Talk about locking in the maternal traits.

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WLB 21T

Queen 33Y

Born: March 6, 2011

Adj 205: 680 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB QUAKER 10H 21T WLB 8D BLANCHE 127J CS BOOMER 29F WLB 29F SALLY ET 701T WLB 9615 TULIP 11J

WLB 29F Sally ET 701T Dam of Lot 6

WLB Quaker 10H 21T Sire of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

Nov. 3: 757 lbs.

EPD’s BW

2.1

WW YW MILK TM

45.7 77.5 25.6 48.5

Counting Sally 701T we have three flush sisters out of the Tulip 11J cow. She’s the dam of WLB Fresh 035J 7M. If I were to draw up a list of our top cows, all three of these would be on that list. We expect nothing but the best from this fancy Quaker daughter. She doesn’t just go back to one of our landmark cow families. You will also find the Blanche 127J cow is part of her genetic background. Add in the maternal influence of World Class 10H and you’re ready to get down to serious stuff. If you are looking for one to show be sure to give her a look. If you are looking for a foundation type female DO NOT PASS HER UP!

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- C02955844

WLB Fresh 035J 7M Maternal Brother to 701T

MC Ranger 9615 Maternal Reference Sire to Lots 5 and 6


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WLB 21T

Queen 70Y

Born: March 10, 2011

Adj 205: 685 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB QUAKER 10H 21T WLB 8D BLANCHE 127J HAROLDSONS WLB MUTUMBO ET 72M WLB 72M SARA 45P WLB 035J FLORA 13L

WLB 72M Sara 45P Mother of Lot 7

WLB Quaker 10H 21T Sire of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

- C02955858

Nov. 3: 774 lbs.

EPD’s BW

6.7

WW YW MILK TM

54.0 89.4 19.5 46.5

WLB 035J Flora 13L Maternal Grand Dam of Lot 7

This heifer is easily “Miss Thrifty” of the group and will stand with the top end heifers for mass and volume. She has the balance and natural thickness to demand a second look. If her offspring pick up all her volume she’s going to pay big dividends. Add in an ideal skeletal structure and she easily becomes top cut material. Her Mutumbo Mom is our easiest keeping cow and has proven she can milk with the best of them. It all makes sense once you check out her ancestry. The Flora 13L cow will be found on her maternal side. Owned with Anita Doktor, Spuce Grove, AB

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WLB 21T

Queen 77 Y

Born: February 28, 2011

Adj 205: 682 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB QUAKER 10H 21T WLB 8D BLANCHE 127J HAROLDSONS WLB MUTUMBO ET 72M WLB 72M SARA 50R WLB 035J FLORA 14N

WLB Quaker 10H 21T Sire of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

- C02955861

WLB 035J Flora 14N Marernal Grand Dam of Lot 8

Nov. 3: 810 lbs.

EPD’s BW

4.7

WW YW MILK TM

50.6 82.0 17.8 43.1

WLB Global 72M 50S - Full Brother to WLB 72M Sara 50R Dam of Lot 8

Getting her picture was so... easy. Here’s a Quaker daughter that has a natural presentation. The bottom side of her pedigree will be familiar to many of you as her dam is a full sister to WLB Global 72M 50S. 77Y comes loaded with great genetics and plenty of pigmentation.

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WLB 21T

Queen 79Y

Born: February 15, 2011

Adj 205: 566 lbs.

DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB QUAKER 10H 21T WLB 8D BLANCHE 127J HAROLDSONS WLB MUTUMBO ET 72M WLB 72M SARA 53R WLB 035J FLORA 21N

WLB Quaker 10H 21T Sire of Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9

- C02955865

Haroldon WLB Mutumbo ET 72M Maternal Sire of Lots 2, 7, 9 and 13

Nov. 3: 731 lbs.

EPD’s BW

5.1

WW YW MILK TM

49.2 81.2 17.1 41.7

WLB 035J Flora 21N Maternal Grand Dam of Lot 9

This double-bred Blanche 127J heifer is genetically stacked with cow power. She’s one of the deeper flanked heifers in this offering. She may not have as much showring appeal as some of the lead off heifers but she won’t stand back when it comes to genetic power and maternal potential.

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WLB 516U

Una 59Y

Born: February 26, 2011

- C02955854

Adj 205: 596 lbs.

FORC 29F BOOMER 18L DALMUIR WLB UNIVERSAL 516U{DLF IEF HYF} DALMUIR SUSIE 108N TA-BAR WLB FORMULA 035J WLB 035J FLORA 24P WLB 8D BLANCHE 149K

Nov. 3: 707 lbs.

EPD’s BW

4.7

WW YW MILK TM

43.4 73.2 19.5 41.2

Click LiveAuctions.tv to register for online bidding TA-BAR WLB Formula 035J 2000 and 2001 Canadian National Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Bull Maternal Sire of Lots 1 and 10 The Universal daughters are very consistent in their type. Feminine fronted but not frail. This late February Universal heifer is out of a full sister to WLB MR Leon 41N 24R, herd sire for EJM Farms, Earl & John McEachren, Glencoe, ON. She has that “look at me” profile and head carriage. With the positve direction she’s heading in the last two months she could easily prove to be the bargain heifer of this sale. Dalmuir WLB Universal 516U Sire of Lots 10, 11 and 12

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WLB 516U

Born: March 1, 2011

Una 111Y

Adj 205: 636 lbs.

FORC 29F BOOMER 18L DALMUIR WLB UNIVERSAL 516U{DLF IEF HYF} DALMUIR SUSIE 108N DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB 10H MARY 62T WLB 035J FLORA 81N

- C02955878

Nov. 3: 726 lbs.

EPD’s BW

4.7

WW YW MILK TM

52.1 81.5 24.4 50.4

Elise Hackett winning Reserve Champion with WLB 40U Shania 83X at the Flordia State Fair Good cow material here! You will find Forc Boomer, Devo, World Class, and Formula in her visible pedigree. If that still doesn’t catch your interest follow the extended pedigree two more generations and you will find Broadview Anxiety 2T. You don’t get any more maternal than this. She’s also easy on the eyes. Dalmuir WLB Universal 516U Sire of Lots 10, 11 and 12

DR World Class 10H Maternal Sire of Lots 11, 12 and 14

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WLB 516U

Born: March 1, 2011

Una 118Y

Adj 205: 671 lbs.

FORC 29F BOOMER 18L DALMUIR WLB UNIVERSAL 516U{DLF IEF HYF} DALMUIR SUSIE 108N DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB 10H MARY 36W WLB 29F SALLY 42S

Dalmuir WLB Universal 516U Sire of Lots 10, 11 and 12

- C02955885

Nov. 3: 716 lbs.

EPD’s BW

1.6

WW YW MILK TM

42.2 68.3 23.9 45.0

DR World Class 10H Maternal Sire of Lots 11, 12 and 14

WLB 72M Sara 42W, Sold to Whiskey Lane Livestock in 2009 Sale She is from the same cow family as Lot 12 A March heifer that is one of my favorites. I have never seen her not looking good. Always attractive, always making you take another look. She’s clean fronted, feminine bodied with a super profile, and a natural show off. Watch her video and you will see what I mean. Oh yes! She’s got a heck of a two-year-old mother as well as a pedigree that’s maternal from top to bottom.

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WLB 503W

Alice 63Y

Born: February 13, 2011

- C02956157

Adj 205: 577 lbs.

REMITALL SUPER DUTY 42S REMITALL ALLIANCE 503W {DLF IEF HYF} REMITALL SALLY 465P HAROLDSON WLB MUTUMBO ET 72M WLB 72M SARA 210R SHELL-RIVER 7D TOPSIE 23H

Nov. 3: 702 lbs.

EPD’s BW

1.7

WW YW MILK TM

33.2 59.4 11.7 28.3

WLB 72M Sara 42W, Sold to Whiskey Lane Livestock in 2009 Sale She is from the same cow family as Lot 12 Our Alliance daughters provide some genetic variation to our offering. They are long spined and good hipped. 63Y is out of a super producing Mutumbo daughter. Her 2009 Quaker son went to my brother Tom. He speaks highly of his calves. 63Y traces back to the same Shell River cow as lot 12 heifer Remitall Alliance 503W Sire of Lots 13 and 14

Haroldson WLB Mutumbo ET 72M Maternal Sire of Lots 2, 7, 9 and 13

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WLB 503W

Alice 112Y

Born: February 25, 2011

- C02956806

Adj 205: 680 lbs.

REMITALL SUPER DUTY 42S REMITALL ALLIANCE 503W {DLF IEF HYF} REMITALL SALLY 465P DR WORLD CLASS 517 10H WLB 10H MARY 28T WLB 10E MARIA 21L

EPD’s BW

7.9

WW YW MILK TM

61.8 99.1 22.4 53.3

WLB 40U Shania 28X Maternal Sister to 28T Cow Sold in 2010 sale to Sherry Hanson, Conde, SD This heifer is worth buying just because of the genetic combination she has to offer. Remitall Sally 465P and WLB Blanche 127J are two great cows and you will find both of them in the pedigree of 112Y. Be sure to study her video well. Her depth, volume, and profile is very similar to the Maria 21L cow. She’ll grow on you. Please note she does have a bit of white. WLB 10E Maria 21L Maternal Grand Dam of Lot 14

Remitall Alliance 503W Sire of Lots 13 and 14

Nov. 3: 801 lbs.

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