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Packin Heat Searsboro Order tOday! 1-800-515-3284 lautnerfarms.com

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Don't overthink Your BreeDing Decisions

HEAT WAVE & CLONES Most serious breeders will use a healthy dose of Heat Wave or a Heat Wave clone. Those calves help pay the mortgage. They sell high, they win, and the most competitive families will only feed Heat Waves. Lautner Farms ____________ www.lautnerfarms.com

Semen can also be purchased through Matt Lautner 515-450-2800

Phil Lautner

1.800.515.3284 1.515.386.3284 1.515.370.3284


Genetic Progress Sale VII Sunday, May 22 - 2:00 p.m. CST West Auction Co. - West, Texas

DSUL Mariah 4220 by Heat Seeker The dam of Bentley - She sells!

DSUL Alaina K02 by Meyer 734 Her last steer brought $11,000 - She sells!

DSUL Sadie by Meyer 734 The dam of a $15,800 son & more - She sells!

Selling 70 Head

A Huge Cut of DSUL Donors! 20 Service-Ready Bulls! Confirmed Pregnancies! Show Heifers!

DSUL Tyra 79 by Hoo Doo Prince Purebred Charolais - Sells bred to Heat Wave!

DSUL Cherry 541 by Midas The full sister to DSUL Bailey 545 - She sells!

DSUL Popcycle 7407 by Meyer 734 Her last steer brought $5,000 - She sells!

Great Cows Make the Difference at Sullivan Ranch! We’re right on I-35 - Stop by today! Cattle on display now! DSUL 4602 - Full Flush x Chill 602G A champion that produces champions - She sells!

Call Sullivan Ranch For More Information or To Schedule Your Visit Today!

254/582-7096 or 254/707-0814 dsullivan@hillsboro.net

Sale reference catalog available by calling Sullivan Ranch or online at www.primetimeagrimarketing.com. 419/862-0117, voice 419/862-0119, fax


The Sires of Purple Reign PurPle

Kingsley

PurPle Kingsley 23x et New for 2011! Reg. P43125713 Sire: GO Excel L18 / Dam: Purple Marilynne 9M (Devo) Exciting outcross polled sire with overwhelming width, shape, and power. The stoutest, biggest bodied son of L18 to surface. This maternal brother to Currency will see extremely heavy service at Purple Reign in 2011. Owned with Hansmeier and son (SD).

PurPle

Currency

PurPle CurrenCy 24u et Reg. P42927898 / Sire: Moler / Dam: Devo Calves are awesome. This former national calf champion is stamping his progeny like no other. Cocky and stout with an extremely marketable look. Now deceased. Semen limited, so get it while you can. True cow changer.

PurPle reign Cattle ComPany randy & Jamie mullinix 309-995-3013 • 309-853-6565 RR1, Box 173 • Toulon, IL 61483 Purple_reign@hotmail.com

www.purplereigncattle.com

PurPle

Milsap

PurPle milsaP 45s Reg. P42735545 / Sire: Moler / Dam: 19D Multi trait leader and sire of champions and high sellers nationwide. Consistent quality. 2010 champions include div. champions in kc,Denver, and ft. Worth as well as the Grand Heifer in both the Jr and open shows in Louisville. Recently sired the Grand Steer at Odessa. His first daughters in production serve as his greatest testament with many already raising champions and high sellers of their own. Owned with Split Oak (IL) and Stenberg / Muller (SD).

PurPle

Womanizer

PurPle mb Womanizer 14u et Reg. P42945146 Sire: Enuff Prophet / Dam: Pure Gold Dam produced over $150,000 in progeny sales in 2010-11. Full Brother was Grand Bull in Denver and Ft. Worth. Full sister was show heifer of the year in 2008. Huge bellied, huge boned, and unbelievably stout. Owned with Hansmeier and son (SD). PurPle toniC 10m Still siring champions at almost 10 years old. This proven heifer bull ranks in the top 1% for calving ease direct. His progeny have been champions everywhere, and his daughters in production are dominant producers. May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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in current Livestock Production, Show, and Sale Information.

Red Bull

Packin Heat

Searsboro ay! Order tOd 1-800-515-3284 lautnerfarms.com

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Red Bull

Crossbred Heat Wave x Full Charge/Payback DOB: April 2010 BW: 75 lbs THF/PHAF

Packin Heat

Crossbred Heat Wave x Totally Tuned DOB: March 2010 BW: 85 lbs THC/PHAF

Searsboro

Crossbred Monopoly x Ali DOB: April 2010 BW: 75 lbs THC/PHA Breeder: Kent Ferguson

Red Dirt

Crossbred Monopoly x Full Charge/Payback DOB: May 2010 BW: 81 lbs THC/PHAF

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OppORtunities :: For embryo availability on these and other donors, please check our website, deroucheycattle.com. Currently, we have over 50 females pictured that are working in our herd. LOOking aheaD :: We will have an outstanding set of bulls, heifers, and show steers available this fall.

250s — CervezA x witCH DoCtor :: registered 1/2 Maine-Anjou. embryos available by Premium Blend, Mercedes Benz, Smilin Bob, Monopoly, and Heat wave.

550s — Ali x CHi-AnguS :: registered 1/2 Maine-Anjou. embryos available by Sooner, Classic, Premium Blend, irish whiskey, Monopoly, and Heat wave.

230L — toP PiCk x DMCC PollStAr :: registered Purebred MaineAnjou. embryos available by Sooner, Classic, irish whiskey, Smilin Bob, Heat wave, and Monopoly.

DOnOR #35 — HeAt wAve x witCH DoCtor :: tHF & PHAF embryos available by Classic, Yellow Jacket, Crimson tide, & outer limits.

Fred & Joan DeRouchey 1001 Hurst Ave., Mitchell, South Dakota 57301 Home: 605-990-6488 • Fax: 605-990-6489 • Cell: 605-530-6488 derouchey@mitchelltelecom.net • www.deroucheycattle.com May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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on all the other bulls...

Here’s your winning numbers!

TrifecTa 7 - 1 - 4

A proven winner! Suitable for use on heifers. Limestone Trifecta 714 aSa reg. No.: 2572356 • 1/4 Simmental, 3/4 Angus DOB: February 4, 2007 Sire: OCC Magnituded 805M (OCC Emblazon 854E) Dam: Collins CVR Meyer R1 (Meyer Ranch 734)

Sexed semen available!

owners roecker cattle co. Kirk Roecker • 712-269-2162 coover cattle co. Don Coover • 620-423-9584 Limestone LLc Mike Marlow • 405-880-0108 BBB Genetics Chris Beutler • 402-380-8244

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For ordering these products, visit our website, www.naturalsolutionsforlivestock.com, for a dealer locator

GLUCoat is a unique product that can be used to replace any oil or fat that you might be using. When a calf is behind in weight, not eating good, not fat enough, etc. the first thing a person does or thinks of is to “ADD FAT ” Studies show that feed intake and feed efficiency go down when a feed reaches 6% or more in fat content. So putting fat or oils into a show feed will normally sail over that 6% mark. In return, you are defeating the purpose of adding fat and may have a negative effect on weight gain, feed intake, and feed efficiency. When too much oil or fat is used, it will coat the rumen and the feed particles in the rumen which will slow down the digestion of the nutrients. GLUCoat is different ... • GLUCoat is not a fat product. • GLUCoat is a sugar product. The unique blend of sugars keeps the rumen working longer and faster than just a single source of glucose such as cane molasses. By speeding up rumen activity comes increased feed intake and palatability. It has been shown to dramatically enhance fat cover, increase feed efficiency and average daily gain. • GLUCoat also has the Cellarator technology as it contains the active ingredient Cell-rate, which aids in the process of cellular replication, supports the animal’s immune system, lowers stress levels, and aids in muscle and fat development. • GLUCoat has a refined flavored fish oil that contains the highest levels of Omega 3 Fatty Acids for joint health and naturally occurring Vitamin E which is great for skin and hair. • GLUCoat can also increase glucose levels which is stored in the body as fat, giving livestock that bloomier, fuller, softer look that is demanded in the show ring today. • GLUCoat is molasses based and sweet to the taste, cattle love it! GLUCoat is the most widely used feed additive on the market today. It’s the next level or generation to a fat source or supplement. You will never use a fat product again! Whether it’s market steers or breeding cattle your calf will feel better, act better and their eating habits will change. GLUCoat WILL KEEP YOU READY FOR THE RING!!

NATURAL STRIDE - Without question in the show ring today soundness is a necessity and with the advancements in genetics and performance we have stressed the structure of livestock to the limits. As we continue to push the show animal of today to its highest potential we will also see more and more movement problems. Whether it’s swelling, flexibility, joint pain or just wear and tear, Natural Stride is your answer. This revolutionary, one-of-a-kind, ALL NATURAL formula has led to dramatic results in todays show animal. Natural Stride benefits the joint in 4 ways ... • First, it helps modulate or “calm down” the body’s immune response to joint stress - enhancing joint recovery and minimizing damage from pain and activity. • Second, cetyl myristoleate may act as an anti-inflammatory, helping to reduce the symptoms of “inflammatory arthritis” and other conditions in which inflammation can lead to slow recovery, damaged tissues, increased pain and restricted motion. • Third, cetyl myristoleate can stimulate joint lubrication to help relieve stiffness, which may improve mobility and enhance the natural range of motion. • Finally, cetyl myristoleate has had an analgesic or “pain-killing” effect that may help to reduce joint pain, hence increasing your animal’s comfort.

HIDE AND HAIR is the revolutionary new hair growth product from Natural Solutions For Livestock. Not only has it been shown to grow hair but it encourages skin health which is essential for optimum hair growth. HIDE AND HAIR contains kelp and seaweed which has been shown to lower body temperature. Cattle will potentially take the higher or hotter temperature better when going to a show. This new product comes in granulated form, is extremely palatable, and best of all it contains no melatonin. HIDE AND HAIR is the first of its kind designed to be administered 60-90 days before show. A bucket of HIDE AND HAIR will last 45 days per head. Hair runs in 45 day cycles so you could start seeing results in as little as 45 days. This is a great tool to help with your success, but always remember daily hair care and management play an important roll as well. HIDE AND HAIR has no melatonin so you can not use it too long. With melatonin, there is a point where hair comes to a peak, then hair goes down hill and is hard to recover. With HIDE AND HAIR you are able to plan multiple peaks with a more consistent hair growth over a longer period of time without the valley. It is also great for skin and hair health, so you can administer it for a longer period of time and not be a negative.

618.546.5035

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Stock Show University announces it’s GRAD PROGRAM Intense, two day clinics, open to youth and adults at no charge.

Come and spend two days with some of the most talented professors in the show cattle industry. Open to all levels of experience; layed back and enjoyable, yet you will learn the elite techniques of the show cattle world. EVENT

FACILITY

DATE

PROFESSOR

Pennsylvania Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM Heartfelt Farms, Gettysburg, PA

June 4 & 5

Kyle Fleener

Oklahoma Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM

Griswold Sale Facility, Stillwater, OK

June 6 & 7

Luke Doris, Brad Cox, Travis Otterstad & Dan Sullivan

Iowa Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM

Sullivan Farms, Dunlap, IA

June 11 & 12

Josh Elder, Nate Tice, John Sullivan Charlie Wilson & Jesse Hoobler

Illinois Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM

Guyer Cattle Co., Robinson, IL

June 14 & 15

Dave Guyer

Ohio Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM

Jones Show Cattle, Harrod, OH

June 18 & 19

Amie & Bruce Stertzbach, Tyler Winegardner & Troy Jones

Indiana Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM

Tim & Emily Schaeffer’s, Hagerstown, IN June 21 & 22

Check www.sullivansupply.com for a complete schedule of events on each GRAD PROGRAM clinic. And an entire listing of the Stock Show U clinics. 10 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Dave Guyer and Tim Schaeffer

For more information contact Bobbi Hartwig at Sullivan Supply, 1.800.475.5902 or bobbi@sullivansupply.com


Norma Sullivan, 79 years-young Twenty-one years of sewing show supply items (along with Aunt Sally and Aunt Rosie), and still going strong. Here Norma is teaching her granddaughter Sara, John and Dede’s daughter, the trade. Thank you for all that you do Mom.

Stock Show Family Owned and Operated since 1989. 2011 Sullivan Supply Scholarship winners were announced May 1st at www.sullivansupply.com. Congratulations!

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, SOUTH

Hillsboro, Texas Order Line: 1-800-588-7096 sullivan@hillsboro.net www.sullivansupply.com

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, INC. Dunlap, Iowa Order Line: 1-800-475-5902 sales@sullivansupply.com www.sullivansupply.com

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BK

XPOWER X101

3/4 Maine-Anjou dob: 03.10.10 bw: 83 lbs. phaf & thf semen: $25/unit sire: BK Unlimited Power dam: RSCC Roxbury (Heatseeker X Big Timber)

XPower is the perfect combination of maternal strength, power, moderate framed and all in an attractive package!! Owned with Dr. Bob Morton

BUCK CATTLE COMPANY Jirl Buck & Family 580.795.4865 jirl@buckcattle.com www.buckcattle.com

BK

UNLIMITED POWER

PB Maine-Anjou dob: 01.11.08 bw: 86 lbs. phaf & thf semen: $30/unit sire: DMCC Limited Edition dam: Pannell Miss 4072 Owned with Moore Cattle Co. Unlimited Power is quickly proving to be the best breeding bull ever used at Buck Cattle Co. The offspring are soft ribbed, powerful, extremely sound structured, with style to burn. They are right for the times!!

Champion Chianina, ’11 FWSS Sired by Unlimited Power

Champion Maine-Anjou & Reserve Supreme Champion Female, ’11 San Antonio Livestock Show Sired by Unlimited Power

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Reserve Div. I, ’11 FWSS Sired by Unlimited Power & bred by DJ’s Cattle


Sire: Carnac • Dam: Foreplay daughter DOB: 2-10-10 • BW: 87 pounds • THC, PHAF Hands down is an extremely sound made bull with tons of power. He has unmatched hair with great bone. If you want calves that are good from the ground up with killer look, then he is the bull for you.

semen: $25

Owned by: Fraker sHow Cattle, Brooklyn, Iowa Devon: 641-990-5541 • Dennis: 641:891:0859 reimann ranCH, Ree Heights, South Dakota Nick Reimann: 605-871-3642

866-356-4565 800-443-6389

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Modern Styling and Legendary Construction. Only EBY gives you both!

Shown with optional black and stainless nose panels

SHOW STOCK BOX Lightweight, strong, unique punch side look, 6’ model length shown

Since 1938, EBY has been the pioneering leader in advanced lightweight aluminum designs, proven construction and solid resale value. Today EBY leads the competition with the most sought after product features and convenient options.

It’s no wonder you find more Eby’s parked in the show lot than any other aluminum brand! Low Profile Bumper Hitch - a full range of low-pro options available!

M. H. EBY, Inc.

Blue Ball, PA 800-292-4752 / West Jefferson, OH 800-752-0507 / Story City, IA 866-894-3297 To find your local dealer, go to www.mheby.com or call 800-752-0507

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PVF Radiance 0126 AAA Reg.: Birth Date: Sire: Dam: Owned with:

+16798330 04/09/2010 SAV Brilliance 8077 PVF Missie 790 Betzold Farms

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I+24

PVF Insight0129 AAA Reg.: Birth Date: Sire: Dam: Owned with:

+16805884 04/17/2010 SAV Brilliance 8077 PVF Missie 790 Express Ranches

Bw

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I+1.6

I+47

I+85

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Semen available! Contact Alan Miller for information at 217-840-6935.

Please continue to visit us online at pvfangus.com for news and updates on these promising sires.

Gridley, Illinois AlAn & TheresA Miller: 217-840-6935 • pvfangus@gmail.com OrlAn & CArOl visit us online at: BrAndOn & CAThy JOnes: 309-258-1266 pvfangus.com drew sTOllArd: 217-521-0257 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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His Awesome Daughters are Making...

GREAT FEMALES!

For Calving Ease & Super Females, He’s Your BEST CHOICE!

Destined to be the Future Cornerstone Producers of the Club Calf Industry Cowherds! “Using Copyright in 2011 Will Impact Your Cowherd for Decades!”

• Semen: $25

(100+ discounts from APEX)

Semen also available from SEK, Top Sires, Cattle Visions, Stepping Stone and Bovine Elite.

TOP 10%

DCC New Look (OCC Genesis) DUFF Outlook 472 DCC Merle 022 (OCC Grand Prix)

Feed Efficiency OCC Headliner 661H (OCC Emblazon Ranking! OCC Headliner 317K OCC Miss Doctor 343H (OCC Doctor)

Angus A+ PLUS Genetics... at their BEST!

Video of Copyright and his calves at www.apexcattle.com Heifer and Bull Sexed Semen Now Available at NEW ‘Affordable’ Pricing. Call APEX to learn more.

APEX Cattle... your genetic source! For Semen Inquiries call 308-750-0200 1146 7th Avenue • Dannebrog, NE 68831 sales@apexcattle.com • www.apexcattle.com Located only 20 miles NW of Grand Island, NE

His daughters... Real Cow Makers!

Randy Schuring 507 S 2nd St - Andover, SD 57422 605-298-5238 (o) - 605-298-7238 (c)

Both from Two year Old Heifers, Born Unassisted and Pictured at Nine Months! May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Our Cattle Get Slapped a Lot!

do it with Flair™ — ray bridwell did

We’ve used the Flair™ formula for exceeding four years and feel strongly that it helped us reach our goal of show ring hair on our heifers. Our heifers took well to the Flair™ formula and I was pleased with the results. Kelli, our Indiana State Fair and NAILE Supreme Heifer, responded like a dream. — Ray Bridwell, Covington IN if you want your cattle to get slapped in the show ring, add some Flair to your ration. order Showmaster® Flair™ at showmasterestore.com or stop by your local Showmaster® dealer available at Sullivan Supply.

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Four natural sons average $11,500 in the 2010 Cream of the Crop Bull Sale & a full brother demands $32,000. Many other high selling steers reported through Texas and the north in the past season. Sound, THF, PHAF, acceptable calving ease and lots and lots of look! Reserve Grand Steer Star of Texas - Austin Sired by Troubadour

ANY QUESTIONS?

KRIS BLACK - JOHN SULLIVAN - CHUCK BARTON - BRANDON BIRD - RIDLING FARMS Available through all major companies and the Troubadour Syndicate www.collinscattleservices.com - 1-800-975-6313 - Immediate shipping at ccollininc@gmail.com

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owned by: hixon show cattle laramie, wyoming todd: 307-761-2973 melody: 307-761-2972

dob: February 2010 bw: 96 pounds sire: Monopoly dam: heat seeker x big dog

Semen can be purchased through owner or any semen distributor.

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Get to the Winner’s Circle with New, Cutting-Edge Formulas

User friendly and forgiving, this adhesive is perfect for both novice and experienced fitters. Its lightweight, flexible formula works well on soft, manageable hair that requires less hold.

Ideal when moderate hold is needed, this adhesive builds volume and body while adding definition and shape to average, typical hair coats. Workable hold and a natural look make this a versatile formula.

This adhesive provides long-lasting, firm hold with minimal to no fall down. It is the perfect choice for stiff, stubborn hair.

Kirk Stierwalt’s products are available at your local Weaver dealer. We invite you to experience this professional quality line for yourself. You’ll see the difference these environmentally-friendly formulas make!

For a Dealer Near You Call 800-932-8371 or visit www.thewinnersbrand.com 22 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


Formulas are Free From Methylene Chloride! Methylene chloride, a known cancer-causing agent that’s banned in several states, is used in many adhesives currently on the market to promote drying. Created by expert chemists, Stierwalt formulas offer amazing, fast-drying performance without the use of methylene chloride, making them safe for users, animals and the environment.

These Winner’s Have All Had Success Using Our Adhesives When performance counts, you can depend on Stierwalt adhesives to deliver. These showmen did and look at the results!

2011 NWSS Grand Champion Female Bred by Hoffman LLC W4 Owned by Clayton Schmitt

2010 AGR Holiday Classic Grand Champion Steer shown by Amber Shoemaker (OH)

“The bull was fit with Weaver products. The strong adhesive will be a mainstay in my showbox. I really appreciate the quality and thought that went into these products. They were obviously designed by a professional for professionals.” Kyle Walter, Walter Cattle Co.

“This new line of adhesives provides novice, intermediate and experienced fitters a great selection to choose from. With three degrees of adhesive strength, they also do a great job on stiff, fine or unmanageable hair. At my clinics, I tell everyone the two general rules I live by when working with adhesives: 1) the stiffer the hair, the stronger the adhesive needs to be and 2) spray a little, comb a lot.” Kirk Stierwalt, Professional Cattle Expert

2011 NWSS Grand Champion Percentage Simmental Bull Owned by Walter Cattle Co. (OK), Glover Cattle Co. (OK), Walter Ranch, (OK)

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THC & PHA Free - BW 90 lbs Unassisted Pooh Bear is a perfect combination between style, power and genetics. He’s not just another one-hitwonder. With Heatwave as his sire and a no miss Hoo Doo as his dam, consistency runs through his veins. He has tremendous muscle and power built upon an extremely sound structure.

Sire: Slam Dunk - Dam: BPF Princess

TH & PHA Free - BW 70 lbs - Polled - PB Maine - #411083 MVP has the right combination of genetics! He is out of Slam Dunk, a Hardcore son and a New Level Cow purchased in Denver from Bushy Park Farms. He is super fronted, long bodied, deep sided, big topped, huge butted and extremely hairy! With all those qualities he is calving ease having a 70 lb. birth weight!

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We view Windfall as a stouter, more powerful version of BSAR his sire who should improve soundness and profile. He will work great on the females that have become perhaps too moderate and will improve neck extension, width, and belly. Windfall’s dam is the foundation of the PVF program. Alan Miller at PVF says the first Windfall progeny are indeed everything he hoped Sire: BSAR Design Doctor they’d be. Dam: Lassie 746 by Lutton

Opportunity is doublebred OCC Doctor on the paternal side, with some EXT blended in. He is a big footed, performance oriented sire with loads of look. Many at Denver said he is one of the few bulls who can be used on a variety of females. Opportunity owns super EPDs. Owned by Stewart at MidContinent Farms (KS) and Bush Angus (SD).

Royal Flush is a powerful maternal brother to the famous champion and sire of champions, Gambles Hot Rod. Use Royal Flush to add loads of belly and rib with power and muscle shape. Topline Farms (IL) averaged nearly $6,000 on his sons in their 2010 Bull Sale. You’ll want to check out his breed -leading spread EPDs.

By-Product is a moderately framed, super hairy, deep bodied son of the popular calving ease sire, Final Product. Rutledge Farms (IL) purchased this chunk in Musgraves’ 2010 Bull Sale to use on their heifers and add hair and belly to their cowherd.

Opportunity

Sire: Marathon • Dam:Lady 703 by Saugahatchee

Rodman

Sire: Connealy Final Product Dam: Missie 936 by Bando 1961 Rodman is Mid-Continent Farms’ (KS) answer for producing calving ease and eye appeal. He sired the Reserve Champion Female at the 2010 NAILE. Rodman also sired the high-selling bull in the JSAR 2010 Bull Sale.

Sire: WAR Hall of Fame Dam: Miss Ferd by WAR Ferdinand

The Answer

Sire: Final Answer • Dam: by 878 son

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GCC

Total Recall

Total Recall is Griswold Cattle Company’s (OK) calving ease super-sire. He moderates frame and improves body depth and fleshing ability, while maintaining style. Total Recall has sired some super heifers.

Sire: OCC Missing Link Dam: Juanada 741K by Emblazon The Answer is calving-ease deluxe with a great front end. He sired the Grand Champion Pen of 3 percentage Simmy heifers for Grass-Lunning at the 2011 NWSS. Horsley Brothers (IL) have used him successfully, too!

Satchmo

Satchmo is adding some power and hip to his progeny with a cool look. He’s built similarly to Lut, with bone and hair and a neat front end.

Sire: BEB Juneau • Dam: Sara 935 by Rally HIgh 5

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Homozygous black and polled!

Plain and simple... this is the baldy, outcross, Simmental sire we’ve ALL been looking for! Purebred Simmental Reg. 2341498 Sire: Flying B Prime Cut by TE McCredie Dam: by GW Bright Light

Cut Above fondly earned the nickname “Fat Butt” for his pronounced badonka donk. Take just one look at “Fat Butt”, and it is clear why he’s bound for stardom. You won’t find a purebred Simmental sire with more muscle shape, neck extension, and base width. This package is transported on a perfectly designed, massive set of feet & legs. Phenotype alone is enough to use this bull. Enhancing his value is the fact that he’s related to virtually none of the popular sires of today, yet brings to the table some of the most recognizable and successful foundation sires of the past - notably, Black Max & Buck on both sides. Fat Butt progeny are unlike any from a Simmental sire you’ve used before. They’re a well-balanced package of muscle, bone, style, hair, and incredible structure. Calving

reports are lights out!

Fat Butt’s 2010 NAILE class-winning daughter. Fat Butt’s maternal sister. Commanded $30,000 at the 2010 Royal Edge Sale in IA.

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AAA Reg. # 16416682 | DOB: 1-3-09 | BW: 92 | WW: 850 | YW: 1425 | SC: 39 | REA: 18.9 | Frame: 6.7 Sire: PVF ALL Payday 729 | Dam: Dameron PVF Proven Queen 010 (from the same family that produced Raptor)

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WINDFALL is sired by the top bull in PVF’s program and the most famous female produced in PVF’s herd! Windfall is genetically and phenotypically engineered to be powerful! He is extra muscular and wide with extreme length and performance, combined with superb profile!

Windfall’s full sister. IL Beef Expo Champion Angus Female.

Windfall daughter Windfall’s progeny are exceeding expectations at PVF Farms!

Windfall’s dam, one of the best for producing winners!

Windfall’s maternal brother, Striker

Windfall Owners: Prairie View Farms, IL • Four Corners Farms, IL • Brandon and Cathy Jones, IL Haas Angus, IL • Stertzbach Cattle Company, OH • York Farms, IL • Hilmes Angus, IL • Schafer Stock Farm, IL

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Unbelievable is an incredibly designed calving ease prospect that owns unique neck extension, unquestioned structural soundness, extra special belly depth, and super muscle shape for an Angus bull. Unbelievable is sired by the wildly popular Bismarck bull, yet offers extra depth and hair, no doubt due his maternally stacked pedigree which consists of a double shot of legendary Flashback laced with VRD and TC Dividend. We envision Unbelievable siring extra-ordinary low birth-weight progeny utilizable in both purebred and hybrid cowherds. We can’t wait for Unbelievable progeny!

CED +10 (top10%) BW +0.8 (top 25%) WW +56 (top 10%) YW +95 (top 20%) Milk +25 (top 25%)

Semen: $25/unit Reg: 16745888 • Sire: SAV Bismarck Dam: By Bushs Lit Up X Big Time X Flashback BW: 75# out of first calf heifer WW: 749 # @ 104 WR Frame: 5.75

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Bush Angus, SD; Reimann Ranch, SD; Harlan Yochum, OK; Danny Fawcett, SD

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Top 2% for low-BW EPD!

Shorthorn Reg. x4113971 Appendix Free TH-Free - PHA-Free - Polled

Sire: GFS Red Cloud 7026 Dam: Dover Ranch breeding, MT

Nitro Sired by Captain

Vicky Sired by Captain

Lilly Sired by Captain

Clementine Sired by Captain

A tank of a Captain daughter!

918 Sired by Captain

Foundation Sired by Captain

“Captain Obvious progeny were the talk of the yards at the 2010 National Western Stock Show. A Captain son sold for $7900 at the public auction, and 5 Captain sons averaged an amazing 1.29 REA/cwt in the Lakeside pen. Sullivan Farms also purchased a flush out of Captain's dam! Count on Captain Obvious to moderate frame, add guts, and work on your heifers, while maintaining and even improving structural soundness. We are also excited to see what Captain's son, Nitro, will produce this spring.” Lance Ellsworth — Cattle Visions

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Semen $25 Certificates $30 866-356-4565 www.cattlevisions.com


Reg: 2374630 Sire: Trademark Dam: By Black Joker

RENDITION is an attractive patterned, wedge shaped baldy who is transmitting extra stout and eye-appealing progeny. He’s an outcross to Dream On and Meyer pedigrees.

Rendition daughters at Hudson Pines Farm, NY

OWNERS | Semen: $20 OWEN BROTHERS, Missouri CATTLE VISIONS, 866-356-4565 www.cattlevisions.com

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SEMEN ALSO AVAILABLE THROUGH ABS GLOBAL 1-800-227-7883

Crimson

Lautner Farms ____________ Phil Lautner

Tide

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1.800.515.3284 1.515.386.3284 1.515.370.3284

Works great on Heat Wave daughters and those TH carrier cows!

Shorthorn Plus Hairy Bear x Eskimo Joe DOB: April 2008 BW 74 lbs ASA XAR47569 THF PHAC $20/unit

Grand Heifer Huntington County Preview Show Grand Heifer Miami County Spring Classic Reserve Grand Heifer Cass County Preview Show 3rd Overall Heifer Wabash Connonball Classic Crimson Tide Heifer Shown by Sills

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Lautner Farms ____________ Phil Lautner

www.lautnerfarms.com

1.800.515.3284 1.515.386.3284 1.515.370.3284

Just One Look

Crossbred Monopoly x Foreplay DOB: March 2010 BW: 90 lbs THC/PHAF $25/unit

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MONOPOLY

because one champ just wasn’t enough Heat Wave x Century Touchstone Angus

MONOPOLY

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Crossbred DOB: Match 2006 BW: 95 lbs THC/PHAF

SEMEN ALSO AVAILABLE THROUGH ABS GLOBAL 1-800-227-7883

MONOPOLY TWO Crossbred DOB: January 2010 BW: 95 lbs THC/PHAF

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LAUTNER FARMS NEW SIRES FOR 2011 Monopoly x Foreplay

Heat Wave x Totally Tuned

THC PHAF

THC PHAF

Just One Look

Packin Heat Bojo x Meyer x Cunia

Dirty Hairy x Dr. Hook

THC PHAF

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Phil Lautner

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THC PHAF

Banjo


Bojo x Lifeline

Heat Wave x Full Charge/Payback

THF PHAF

THC PHAF

Last Man Standing

Red Bull Monopoly x Ali

Hairy Bear x Mimms Ms Pick (Ice Pick)

THF PHAF

THC PHAF

o

Searsbor

Big Guns

Monopoly x Habanero/Witch Doctor

Monopoly x Maine

Justified

le Unstoppab

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Black Club Calf Bulls All Aboard Boardwalk Bojo Bold Statement Carnac the Magnificent Carney Man Cattlelac Jack Chore Boy Colonel Dr. Who Duff Copyright Eye Candy Eyes on the Money EZ Money Frank the Tank Full Moon Grizzly Hairy Bear Heatwave Clones Highliner High Profile Hired Hand Hollowood I Am Legend Immortal Jimmy the Greek Manchild Meyer Meyer Mississippi Stud Money Shot Money Talks Monopoly Naughty Pine Next Step Northern Lite Open Bar One in a Million One and Only Point Taken Pud Q Dog Ree Heights Rocky Balboa Role Model Salty Dog Show Business Splurge Smilin Bob Smooth Sailing Sull Blueblood Sun Seeker The Crusher The Godfather The Headliner Total Improvement Total Solution

Thriller Unforgiven Walks Alone Warrant Who’s Destiny Who Made Who WLR Trackin Norman Red Club Calf Bulls Big Jimmy Buckcherry Carpe Diem Cherry Bomb Eye of the Storm Indian Outlaw Johnny Walker Red Red Hot Reality Red Red HeadedStepchild Tiger Woods Charolais Influence Bulls ACC The Pit Boss Alias Captain Morgan Copper Penny DSUL Smoke Signal Grey Goose Gunsmoke Hoo Doo George Hoo Doo Prince MCF Hoo Bear MT HLS Lead On Milkman Muddy Waters No Apology Orange Crush Solid Gold Smoke and Mirrors Texas Twister Tinman Troupadour Uno Mas Vanilla Ice Yellow Jacket ABC Bulls 4F Warman All American American Gangster Black Powder Hammer Hurricane Charley Joe B J.T. Smoke’em Suhn’s BT 416S5

Maine-Anjou Bulls Ali 2 BK Lifeline BK Simple Solution BK Power Plus BK Warrior 128W Breath Easy CAG Shiver 301R CMAC Hard Core CMAC Tyson DCC Faultless 8P DCC Premium Blend DCC Smokin Joe Direct Hit DVMM Jazz EBB Strictly Business FGJ Habanero FJH Timeline GCC Cerveza GCC Chill Factor GEF Dirty Hairy GF Kadabra GTWY Pride and Glory GVC Maverick GVC Special Delivery I-80 K&A Spice KBC Taz 9521e Majors Money Man NBJ Gigelo Joe OHL Trademark Paddy O’Malley PLG House Calls Prince Rocky Balboa TLM Bouncer TNAT Parker TLCC Turk S6103 Shorthorn Bulls Ace Of Diamonds Ar Su Lu Tonic Sexed Brother Joe Captain Obvious Get Serious Jakes Proud Jazz Jazzman JM Vortec Powerhouse Purple Eclipse SULL GNCC Asset SULL DNCC Salute Swagger 802 Sull Sinister TM Gus

NEW!

Time Saver

OHL Score Board

GOET I-80

Hollywood NEW!

Role Model

Red Dirt

Jazz Man

Predator

Unstoppable

Troubadour

NEW!

Upcoming A.I. & Palpation Clinics: June 7-10 • July 12-15

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the Doctor is in!

sire: Meyer 734 • dam: WAG Hairietta dob: 3/21/2008 • bw: 88 pounds TH, NH, AM and PHA Free Registered as Simmental and Chianina

One of Hairietta’s best sons yet! For a Meyer, he is clean made, awesome haired, full of muscle, with an outstanding disposition! His first calf crop was extremely popular and the calves were very hairy for Meyers! Sexed semen now available.

Owners:

GreG CHriSTo, 402-920-2901 rANdy doddS, 308-550-0583 doN BeierMAN, 402-741-1180 Semen available through owners

CATTLE Visions or Cattle Visions.

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sire: Full Moon dam: Hairietta bred by: Gateway Genetics dob: March 20, 2010 bw: 90 lbs. registered chi THF and PHAF Powerful, complete, and versatile says it all. One of the most unique TH and PHA free bulls, Twist of Fate combines all the power, hip, rib, hair, and bone your looking for along with that killer show ring look. Soft made,big topped, thick square hipped and ultra sound he will be able to sire calves that will dominate the show rings, without sacrafycing any maternal value. A genetically clean bull with that dirty look. If you believe in fate then dont rely on this years good fortunes being just luck. Instead count on it with a Twist of Fate. SeMen: $20/unit (discount available on 20+ units) Semen available through owners.

owners Vech Cattle

brian vech: 402-480-3039

Divis Club Calves chris divis: 402-480-4048

Gateway Genetics mark benes: 402-741-0380 kevin benes: 402-741-1419

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Thank you!

Thanks to all bidders and buyers who helped make our past sales so successful. For more information on semen or cattle give us a call or visit us at werningcattle.com.

WAGR Dream Catcher

CNS Dream On x 3C Melody (Subzero) Customer satisfaction at its best. Owned with CK Cattle & Wager Cattle, SD

R&R WareHouse

WHF Desperado x Black Irish Kansas One of the cornerstones of our program.

WAGR Dream Catcher

R&R Warehouse Remington Lock N Load

Remington On Target x Bar 15 Miss Knight The best of Canada. Sold for $36,000 for ½ interest. Owned with Remington & Lundago.

Yardley High Regard

Yardley Impressive x Yardley Pinion Exciting outcross that does everything right. Topped Yardley’s 2010 sale at $30,000. Owned with Yardleys and John Goeken, SD

Remington Lock N Load

Yardley High Regard W/C American Dream 9027W CNS Dream On x 3C Melody Owned by The American Dream Group

W/C Catchin’ A Dream

WAGR Dream Catcher x KA TCF Independence S30L Owned by Ferguson Show Cattle, OH

W/C American Dream 9027W

W/C Catchin’ a Dream W/C Gold Club 634X

RC Club King 040R x WS P16 Thanks to Prairie View Farms & Mark Womack, MO

W/C Dream Catcher 763X

WAGR Dream Catcher x Bushs Focus SimAngus Thanks to Tom Klinger, MO

W/C Gold Club 634X

W/C Dream Catcher 763X online at: werningcattle.com

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27262 424th Ave • Emery, South Dakota 57332 Home: 605-825-4219 • Dale: 605-661-3625 Scott: 605-682-9610 • JareD: 605-933-1661


WCC.....................................$17,500 bull WCC................................$15,500 heifer Bushy Park.................$15,000 heifer CK Cattle .....................$15,000 heifer WCC................................$12,000 heifer Jass Simmentals...... $11,250 heifer Roecker Cattle ..........$11,000 heifer Hartman Cattle Co.$10,500 heifer WCC.................................. $9,250 heifer WCC.................................. $9,000 heifer WCC.......................................$8,750 bull Yardley Cattle Co........... $7,750 bull

CK Cattle ............................ $7,250 bull Jake Weber ...................$7,200 heifer WCC.......................................$7,000 bull WCC.......................................$6,750 bull WCC.......................................$6,750 bull WCC......................................$6,500 bull WCC......................................$6,300 bull Bushy Park...................$6,000 heifer Hartman Cattle Co. .$6,000 heifer Bushy Park....................$5,250 heifer Todd Bietz ......................$5,000 steer Windy Creek................$5,000 heifer

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Photo taken October 2010

Sire: Gigolo Joe • Dam: Black Betty (Daines Dr. Seuss 79P) DOB: January 2010 • BW: 76 pounds • Purebred Maine-Anjou

Semen: $25/unit

BWt

WWt

yWt

miLK

m&G

0.4

34.8

73.1

27.1

44.4

BazinGa has a stacked outcross pedigree. Sired by leading Maine calving ease sire, Gigolo Joe and out of the powerful Nelson Cattle donor Black Betty. This bull was the Reserve National Jr. Show Bull and Champion Cow/Calf pair in 2010. He has the rib depth, incredible soft sound leg-work, expressive soft muscle and freaky hair that Maine and show calf breeders have been begging for. Not to mention that he has a POWERFUL set of EPD’s! Semen nOW aVaiLaBLe! Owned by: BraDy Lee, Charter Oak, Iowa • 712-269-6022 For semen contact: Nathan Folk, Semen Sales • 712-592-1235 Bunk House Semen, Denison, Iowa: 712-269-6275 • SEK Genetics

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Changing

Lanes

Adrenaline x OCC Legend x Jauer Angus BD: March 2010 B W: 8 2 l b s . TH & PHA FREE Semen $20 / unit The next great maternal club calf sire!

For semen, please contact owners Vanhove Show Cattle Rob & Sheryl Vanhove 605.480.0909

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Beare Cattle Farms Mike & Roger Beare 605.690.8019 - Mike 605.690.5095 - Roger

Kevin McKinzie 618.554.1541 Design by Kyla


Owned & Raised by Owned by

Todd, Rita, Clint, & Nate Shireman 9266 W 900 S Wanatah, IN 46390 219-733-2813 or 219-508-6908

Scott & Pam/Sunny & Marjorie Sinnamon

A) Reserve MaineTainer Heifer, 2010 Hoosier Beef Congress. Full sib to Womanizer’s dam. B) Prospect Show Class Winner, 2011 National Western. Reserve Supreme Heifer, 2011 Green & Gold Showdown. ET full sib to Womanizer. Shown by the Tim Burke Family.

1586 N 880 W Kokomo, IN 46901 765-566-2007 or 765-438-0710

800-443-6389

605-995-9100

866-356-4565

712-446-5507

C) 4th Overall Market Animal, 2010 Michigan Winter Classic. ET full sib to Womanizer. Raised by Himebauch Family and shown by Erica Boehmer.

A

B

C

CANADA CERTIFIED

Semen $25/unit

Sire: LMJ Almost Famous Dam: Paleface/Stock 365 BW: 84 lbs. DOB: 3.15.08 THC-PHAF Chi-Maine P339200 Homozygous Black

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sire: Heat Wave dob: 9-15-2007 • THC • PHAF Chi Reg. 338143 • MaineTainer Reg. 405188 HeAT STroke II is a full sib to the original Heat Stroke. He is super sound, stout, and crazy hairy. This is the alternative Heat Wave son you have been looking for with sound, old school genetics behind him. His mother is a 007/Throttle/Shakedown Angus. A registered Chianina and MaineTainer, this bull was an embryo calf born in the fall of 2007. He is the real deal.

Semen: $20/unit

owned with: Cedarcrest Farms, Craig & Neal Smith • Stanwood, IA • 563-942-3931 rVC Farms, Rick & Becky Vest • Cedarville, OH • 937-766-5832 Huffman Cattle Co., Ike Huffman • Huntington, IN • 260-694-6682

Mike & Bailey Rist LaPorte, Indiana phone: 219-778-1141 cell: 765-437-1665 Semen: $25/unit

sire: Northern Improvement dob: 3-19-2009 • THF • PHAF • AMF • NHF 13.48% Chi • ACA Reg. 344990 • Polled • bw: 83 • adj. ww: 782

BW

WW

YW

mILK

-0.2

42.7

84.2

15.6

owned with: Cedarcrest Farms, Craig & Neal Smith • Stanwood, IA • 563-942-3931 Trennepohl Farms • Jeff: 765-620-0733 • Scott: 765-650-1700 • Chris: 360-201-3699

Total Improvement is a rock solid maternally bred bull that has style, balance, power, hair, performance, fertility and soundness all wrapped up into one unique package. His sire, Northern Improvement, is destined to become a maternal legend. His dam, Jasmine, is sired by Impulse and out of Vanity Fair, a very popular matron in her own right, being the dam of numerous national champions and class winners at Louisville for over a 13 year span. Total Improvement is destined genetically and phenotypically to be “The Total Cowherd Improver.” A proven heifer bull! First calves on the ground look great. May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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sire: Ali dam: Alias x Heatseeker dob: March 2008 bw: 86 pounds raised by: Dustin & Bruce Glover owneD By: Dan young: 940-631-8339 • Jason Holmes: 940-389-1160 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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EXAR 0414B

AAA 16590041

EXAR Lutton 1831 X WCC Frontier Gal 39 Act BW

CED

72

I+6

*As of April 12, 2011

BW EPD WW EPD Milk EPD +2.8

+56

+28

YW EPD Marb EPD REA EPD +100

+.23

+.03

$B +$48.28

DOB: 2/10/10 • AMF - CAF - NHF BW: 72 • ADJ. WW: 658

Added profile and body that will sire the look you want on your “Clubby” heifers! Hombre’s dam was a Denver Grand Champion Angus Female and his sire is the many time “Angus Show Sire of the Year”!

Semen $30/unit Certificate $30

For Semen Contact: Express Ranches

ADVANTAGE

Yukon, Oklahoma

405.350.0044 Larry Lomax Abingdon, Illinois

309.462.2376

Wise-Adams

Brownwood, Texas Skip Adams

325.669.7552 Hilton Wise

325.203.6157


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866-356-4565

800-443-6389

800-786-4066

Jake’s Proud Jazz x Solid Gold dob: February 2010 • 89 lbs. Purebred Shorthorn • THC • PHAF

When I received an e-mail of the picture of Damn Proud, I liked him. When I saw the bull in person at the Ohio Beef Expo, I loved him. When I saw the bull in motion...I signed on.

-Brad Hook << Cell phone photo taken in Denver 2011.

DILLON BROCk 765-491-7143

RON RUTAN 937-603-1319

CHRISTy CAMPBELL 937-533-7051

BRAD HOOk 937-533-7051

Damn Proud was thought to be the best Shorthorn bull in the yards at Denver in 2011, or some say, of any color. This one is FUNCTIONAL, STOUT RIBBED, and MASSIVE HIPPED, while not giving up that incredible look from the side. Simply, you can put trust into Damn Proud to generate those heifers with a maternal look while being correct in their build, or show steers with body mass and muscle. Damn Proud will make them backdrop quality while giving you a shot to hang some BANNERS. May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Grand Champion Steer 2010 American Royal • Congratulations Goretska Family!

Sired by My Turn! reServe Grand Champion Steer 2010 Chianina Junior Nationals Congratulations Klehm Family! Bred by Jim Cooksey Sold by Goretska & Osborn

Sired by My Turn!

Supreme Champion heifer 2010 Indiana State Fair Congratulations Brooks Family! Bred by Sinclair

Sired by My Turn!

Homozygous Black & Solid Pattern TH Carrier • PHA Free • Registered Chi Sire: Kroupa Hotmail Son Dam: Kaboom/Total Play Granddaughter Semen: $25/unit • Available Everywhere!

OwnerS: Brad hook: 641-344-3193

traCy GoretSka: 641-344-3193 dwiGht hamilton family: 937-763-1463

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We’re takin’ A Step Up with new outcross genetics!

An outcross to

Dream On!

WS A Step Up X27

Sire: SS Ebony’s Grand Master Dam: WS Ms Macho U38 (first calf heifer) Double Polled, Black Purebred Simmental DOB: 1-9-10 • BW: 67 pounds • Reg. No. 2568260 cW 9.1

BepD WepD yepD -2.3

24.5

45.9

mce

milk

mWW

2.5

8.9

21.1

As of present day we currently have very limited shares available. Shares are 50 unit packages. If interested in a share, contact Dave Guyer at 618-546-5035 or John Sachau at 712-267-2200. ScOtt FORemAN: 405-780-3749 • JOhN SAchAU: 712-267-2200 chRIS SWANSON: 712-229-5947 • DAve GUyeR: 812-243-1676 (cell) 618-546-5035 (office)

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Owners Larry & Liz Jones Cattle 940-585-6202 Lazy J Shorthorns Give us a call for your show cattle needs!

Sire: Marcus Maximus Dam: Double Vision DOB: March 2010 Reg. 7/8 Shorthorn • TH-Free View video on www.cattle.com/video.


Rumor Mill

Mercedes Benz 131U X Irish Whiskey 5/8 Maine BW: 78 • March 2010 TH Free PHA Free

Blind Badger Ranch

May Cattle Company

Geffert Cattle Co.

Heritage Farm

Ft. Morgan, Colorado Brian Fox: 970.483.5126 Jim Hett: 303.485.1271

LaValle, Wisconsin Shea Geffert: 608.963.5895 Kurt Lehman:608.434.4484

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Mineral Point, Wisconsin Bob May: 608.778.9804

Troy, Ohio Pat Wolfe: 937.546.4511 Carlos Wolfe: 937.335.6144


Whether you are looking to raise club calves or replacement females, here are the two most exciting outcross Shorthorn sires on the market!

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jsf

71w

Believer is the most complete and best combination son of Jazz yet. He combines the depth, hair, and easy-fleshing ability of his sire, into a very sound and free moving package. He is a complete outcross and will provide a very complementary mating for many of today’s popular genetics.

Denver Weight: 978 • WDA: 3.32 • Frame: 5.1 • SC: 36 CE

MCE

BW

5.4

-0.1

-0.6

WW YW 11

18

M

REA

%IMF

FT

REA/ cwt

2.8

13.6

3.69

0.25

1.39

46x

alta cedar

Aladdin is a rare “Trump Free” bull that has the eyeappeal and depth to contend with todays popular genetics. Smooth Shouldered and big bellied, all wrapped into a thick and free moving package. Get your orders in early, semen will be limited on this young sire for during his first breeding season. BW: 90 • WW: 560 • February 4 Weight: 940

These two bulls offer the show ring look with the real world function that we should all demand!

SEMEN:

$25/unit on both bulls. Certificates: $25

“S” Co. Shorthorn Farms

Beau Steuart • 14329 210th Street E. • Hastings, Minnesota 55033 651-208-9057 • beausteu@hotmail.com May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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We are offering Solid Gold and Solid Gold Clone semen for $25/unit with an ABundAnCe of high quality semen available! Brandon Horn

clone

to the 2008 Houston Grand Champion Steer semen inFormATion: Offering high quality semen on Solid Gold, Solid Gold 2, Solid Gold 3, and Solid Gold 4! Semen available through all major distributors, $25/uniT. Semen collected at REI.

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PHA Free • TH CArrier • BW: 85 lBs. Pedigree: Heat Wave x Charolais Donor #10 Solid Gold is proving to be a consistent sire of high sellers across the nation! Congratulations to everyone on their success with Solid Gold calves!

Bred & Owned By:

BrAndon Horn: 979-885-8188 and WArren dozier

Owned With

Frio PeCAn FArm, John Seibert, Jr.


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Purebred KRVN Naskar x AUTO Nalanie 217N

981W

SAle MAnAGeR: R&R Marketing Co. Randy Ratliff 615.330.2735 Sales@RRMktg.com www.RRMktg.com

Full sister to Reserve National Champion Heifer at NWSS in 2010.

Lim-Flex • LH Rodemaster daughter

258T

928W Purebred EXLR Physique x EXLR Rebeca 808R

Purebred • KRVN Naskar x AUTO Nalanie 217N

978W

Full sister to Reserve National Champion Heifer at NWSS in 2010

Purebred 740T LESF Asphalt x EXLR Ms Ambrosia 304R March Purebred Show Heifer KRVN Naskar x EXLR Blackbird 7182R

February Purebred Show Heifer LESF Aspahlt x EXLR Luvly 291T

001X March Purebred Show Bull KRVN Naskar x EXLR Blackbird 7182R

004X

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Annette, Kelsey & Kyle Delaplaine 270 Apple Way Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325 Phone: 717.677.7115 • Mobile: 717.752.5568 heartfeltfarms16@yahoo.com Herdsman, Kyle Fleener • 717.304.9116 fleenerkm@yahoo.com

www.heartfeltshowcattle.com

3:00pm • at the farm Gettysburg, PA


Class Winner, 2011 Badger Kickoff Shown by MaCkenzie CarlSon Sired by Leggs eXile Sired by Double Vision sold in 2010 sale to Hueber/Dunk

Class Winner, 2011 Badger Kickoff Shown by Garrett kietzMan Sired by Double Vision Class Winner, 2011 Badger Kickoff Shown by bailey CarlSon Sired by Leggs

Class Winner, 2009 World Beef Expo 2nd Place - 2009 Badger Kickoff Supreme Female, 2010 Rock Co. Beef Preview Supreme Female, 2010 WI Jr. Shorthorn Show Supreme Female, 2010 Rock Co. Fair Division Champion, 2010 World Beef Expo Jr./Open Shown by MaCkenzie niCkelS Sired by Tin Cup, Double Vision son

2011 Private Treaty Sale June 4 - 5, 2011

Bids close at 6:00 p.m. on the 5th Calves are sired by: Double Vision, Gucci, MOW, Jake’s Proud Jazz, Outrageous, Cashflow, Warhorse, and Lights Out.

Thank you!

Thank you to all of our past buyers and good luck this show year. View calf photos and past winners at millpondshorthorns.com!

• All heifer calves to be TH/PHA tested. • Call ahead to view calves. • All steers are Breeders Cup Eligible.

Chad, ChriS, MaCkenzie, brady, and bailey CarlSon

10361 S. Cty. Road K • Beloit, WI 53511 home: 608-879-9819 • cell: 608-289-9376 e-mail: millpondshorthorns5@yahoo.com online: millpondshorthorns.com located just 10 miles from Bennett Shorthorns!

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TraCy holian 2010 ohio agr Classic, Champion Shorthorn Steer Ring A&B

nelSon englanD 2011 illinois Beef expo, Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer

nelSon englanD 2010 naile, Reserve Champion Futurity and Reserve Breeders Cup; 2010 illinois State Fair, Reserve Champion Shorthorn (Open); 2010 WiU hoof n horn, Champion Shorthorn Steer; 2010 Missouri agr, Champion Shorthorn Steer graCe SiMPSon 2010 WiU hoof n horn, Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer lUke hUiSheere 2008 naile, Champion Futurity and Champion Breeders Cup; 2008 Wisconsin State Fair, Reserve Champion Shorthorn

JorDan CarTer 2011 Tennessee agribition, Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer MaCkenzie niCkelS Radio Active Heifer DakoTa Siegler 2008 Wisconsin State Fair, Reserve Supreme and Champion Shorthorn; 2008 World Beef expo, Reserve Calf Champion; Derek riChie 2009 illinois Beef expo, Champion Shorthorn; 2008 Badger kickoff and 2009 rebel Showdown, Reserve Champion Shorthorn; 2009 illinois State Fair, Reserve Land of Lincoln aleC MyerS 2009 U of i Spring Showdown, Champion Shorthorn and 3rd Overall; 2009 illinois Beef expo, Reserve Champion Shorthorn

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Please call ahead to view the calves before the sale. Look for calf pictures and videos in late May at bennettshorthorns.com. All heifers will be TH and PHA tested. Steers are Land of Lincoln, Shorthorn Unlimited, and Breeders Cup Eligible.

private treaty sale

June 4 th and 5 th

VIII

— bids close at 6:00 p.m. on the 5th —

Every year, we take pride in offering a great set of Shorthorn steers and heifers that will compete at all levels. This year is no different. Our calves are sired by the top Shorthorn bulls in the industry. We appreciate the tremendous confidence and support received from Shorthorn showmen across the nation. A special thanks to our previous buyers who have been vital to our success. We personally invite you to come take a look, and let us help you accomplish your dreams of success.

Charlie, TriCia, DalTon, and logan BenneTT 9232 Forest Preserve Rd. • Durand, Illinois e-mail: bennettshorthorns@hughes.net • 815-629-2739 Charlie cell: 815-871-5978 • Tricia cell: 815-871-5979 BennettShorthorns.com

Located just 10 miles from Millpond Shorthorns

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DF Waco

Dottie 12H Dam of two syndicated bulls: DF Waco and DF Cloud 9. Also selling four direct daughters.

Poppin Girl 2R01 Dam of DF Talladega and DF Tuscaloosa. Also selling two April Waco heifer calves.

DF Cloud 9

June 4, 2011 1 p.m. CST

At the Show Barn 2916 E 2950 N Beaverville, Illinois

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DF Tuscaloosa

Plus all other remaining donor cows, 20 cow/calf pairs, the entire heifer calf crop and all confirmed pregnant recips.

Lily 102R Selling three calves sired by DF Sundowner and embryos by DF Waco and DF Tuscaloosa.

BOB DUIS

CRAIG FULLER

2 Lake Metonga Grant Park, Illinois 60940 815/228-7458

Beaverville, Illinois 815/486-7450

GF NSF Lily 32W


A Vegas ShorthornPlus cow with a Waco heifer calf.

Sin City purebred cow with a Tuscaloosa bull calf.

DF Sundowner

DF Talladega

DF Tuscaloosa

30 ET Calves Sell! Selling Shorthorn and ShorthornPlus embryos and most of our semen inventory.

“Something for Everyone” Sale You won’t be disappointed! check www.duisfarms.com for pictures and videos

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ANNOUNCING . . .

THE BREEDER EVENT OF THE YEAR!

Maine-Anjou Dispersal Sale

Hartman & Associates & Glen Oak Farms

Monday ¶ May 30, 2011 ¶ 11:00 am at Glen Oak Farms, Neosho, Missouri, 8 miles south of Joplin on Hwy 86. Lunch will be served on sale day – Selling 400 head as 275 Lots –

EVERYTHING GOES!

Brood cows, Donor cows, Replacement heifers, show cattle, Herd Bulls, Embryos, Semen and semen tanks.

Featuring . . .

GENETIC TREASURES. Including: 150 Brood cows, 70 - 2 yr. olds, 35 yearling heifers, 5 Herd bulls. Many 1/2 and 3/4 sisters. Plus many ET Full Sisters. A close to profit offering. Majority of cows and 2 yr. olds have spring babies at side and are selling open ready to breed or flush. Plus a select unit of fall calvers.

The breeds greatest selection of

Big Screen Auction The auction will be conducted with the cattle shown and sold on the big screen. Sale animals will be displayed close up and may be inspected at your leisure in the pens, paddocks and pastures adjacent to the sale on Glen Oak Farms. Come and enjoy a fast paced hassle free auction and bid in comfort.

View og C at a l e onlin i n M ay

GOF High Noon 400X National Champion Bull 2011 NWSS / 60,000 Bull in 2010 HCC Sale.

His dam & granddam sell!

Pre Sale social Sunday evening 5 to 8 pm at the farm Once in a lifetime buyers opportunities.

www.dvauction.com Lathrop Trucking will be on hand to coordinate trucking, 847-426-5009 Hartman & Associates Mike Hartman 61878 732 Rd. Tecumseh, NE 68450 402-335-2577 or 402-335-3177 www.hartmancattleco.com

Glen Oak Farms Richard & Janice Fackler Grant Krummel, Manager, 417-439-4448 5235 Holly Road Neosho, MO 64850 417-782-7445 or 417-624-8585 www.glenoakfarms.com

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HAA Countess 359T

Champion Junior Heifer Calf, 2008 Denver National Show She is the dam of High Noon. She Sells!

One of many great donor cows in this herd!

LIVESTOCK SERVICES P. O . Bo x 368 H a m i l t o n , M O 64644 816-583-2104 cel l 816-803-9725 BU D SLO A N Pr of ession al Sal es Ser v ice

Tr u l y GENE Tr e a s T I C u re s !

Auctioneer: Steve Dorran


2010 National Champion Chianina Heifer

Burch Livestock

Spring paSture Bid-Off Sale

Selling 25 head • Calves available for viewing from May 15 to June 5 Bids close Sunday, June 5 at 5:00 p.m.

Sires represented:

Alias, Bojo, All Aboard, Cool Customer, Chore Boy, Eye Candy, Manchild, Felony, Tiger Woods, Heat Wave I, I Am Legend, Rocky Balboa, My Turn, Hired Man, Point Taken

For individual photos, terms, and conditions, please visit burchlivestock.net

Burch Livestock Where champions are bred! Casper, Wyoming

Contact Kelly Burch to place all bids:

home: 307-472-0993 • cell: 307-259-2134 Kolby Burch: 307-247-3043 Brock Burch: 307-267-0052

Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 Dixie National

Champion British Steer, 2010 California State Fair

Reserve Champion MaineTainer, 2011 National Western Stock Show

Supreme Champion Heifer, 2010 Green & Gold

Grand Champion Steer, 2010 Central Wyoming Fair May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Online Internet Auction

Sunday, May 15 & 16, 2011 Bidding opens Sunday at 7am and closes Monday at 7pm.

EMBRYO SALE

Open House & Golf Outing Sunday, May 15, 1pm Polzin Embryo Center • Darwin, MN For bidder numbers and info, go to www.breedersworldonlinesales.com

Also find info at www.polzincattle.com.

Whitestone Lana

“Poster child” of the Red Angus breed.

TR Ms Smokette 5758S ET

2008 National Champion Female. Embryos sired by buyer’s choice of sires. Also embryos sired by Monopoly.

Thomas Ms Impressive 0641 Dam of three out of four National Champions. Daughters have sold for $50,000, $14,000, $17,500, $16,000, and $21,000. Embryos sired by buyer’s choice of sires. Also selliing embryos by Fire Water and Monopoly.

HHSF Black Glitter Chosen as the cornerstone of our Simmental program.

TR PZC Rapid Fire 9775 ET

HOSTED BY

26450 665th Ave., Darwin, MN 55324 Leslie Polzin: 320-282-2497 polzin@hutchtel.net

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PRESENTED BY

2011 NWSS Champion. Embryos out of him sell.

Chris, Leslie, Brooke, & Desirae Polzin Home: 320-693-2846 Chris: 612-916-0105 Derek Vergin, Herdsman: 651-303-8021

Thomas Ranch

Troy, VeaBea, & Cally Thomas 18441 Capri Place, Harrold, SD 57536 Home: 605-973-2448 Troy: 605-222-1258 thomas@venturecomm.net

Selling embryos by

Monopoly!


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May 18—19

Selling:

120 Spring Pairs — Most cows AI sired with calves by Maverick, Hired Man, Thriller, Boardwalk, Tiger Woods, Monopoly, Irish Whiskey, and many more!

June 1—2

Selling:

35 Fall Bred Heifers — Most AI sired, bred to Rodman, Grizzly, Kadabra, Who, and more.

hosted through

35 Fall Bred Cows — Bred to Heat Wave, Boardwalk, Thriller, Irish Whiskey, and more. Mothers of our 2010 and 2011 Denver pens, pictured below!

Online Viewing

Videos will be posted online at Breedersworld.com starting May 8.

Live Viewing

Cattle can be viewed at the ranch in Gill, Colorado anytime prior to the sale.

More Information Call Jerry at 970.381.4701 for bidding assistance or any delivery needs.

28491 County Rd 64.5 • Gill, Colorado • sidwellhayandcattle.com Jerry: 970.381.4701 • Justin: 970.381.4702 Clint: 970.302.2843 • Curtis: 970.302.8588

Consistent success at a national level! The mothers of the 2010 and 2011 Denver pens will be a sale feature in the June 1—2 online sale! May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, Kansas Beef Expo. Raised by Pesek Cattle Farm. Sold to Matt Lautner Cattle. Shown By: Ashley Oliver. Sire: Mercedes Benz

7th Overall Prospect Steer, Sioux Empire Farm Show. Res. Champion Steer, Brookings Co. Open Show. Raised by Troy Otto Show Cattle. Sold to Habeger Show Cattle. Resold to Voegele Show Cattle. Shown by Kroupa Family. Sire: Heatwave x Dr. Who.

Reserve Heavyweight Crossbred, MN State Fair. Reserve Prospect Steer, MN State Fair. Champion Raised By Netzke Bros. Shown By Christian Netzke. Simmental Steer, MN Beef Expo. Raised By Netzke Bros. Sire: Heatwave Shown By Paige Netzke. Sire: Carnac

MINNESOTA

Private treaty Bid Pasture sale Bids Close 6pm

June 3rd, 2011

Champion MaineTainer, Gibson Co. Preview Show. Raised by Grant Wichmann. Sold to Schmitt Show Steers. Shown by Emma Brost. Sire: Polygraph x Texas Holdem (Habeger).

Reserve Champion Sale Prosect Steer, MN Beef Expo. Raised by Pesek Cattle Farm. Sold to Steve Anderson.

Pesek Cattle Farm • Troy Otto Show Cattle • Nezke Bros. • GJ Cattle Co. Christie Cattle Company • GMC Show Cattle

1. troy otto show Cattle

Troy, Jen, Sawyer, and Skylar Otto - 507-530-5238

Swing into Minnesota for our spring training sale to find your next All-Star!

Location: 6 miles North of Walnut Grove on Co Rd 5, 1/2 mile east on 180th St.

2. GJ Cattle Co. Grant - 507- 829-3457

Location: 2 miles west on Hwy 14 past Hwy 91, 1 3/4 miles south on 150th Ave.

Calves may be viewed starting

May 1st

Our offering includes the very best from our herds. Steers, breeding heifers, market heifers; we can accommodate Major League and Minor League prospects!

Thanks to all our past buyers!

3. Netzke Bros.

5. Christie Cattle Co.

Location: 6 1/2 miles North of Lamberton on Co. Rd 6, 2 miles west on Co. Rd 4, 1 1/4 north on Harvest Ave.

Location: 11 miles south off of I-90 on Exit #5 Hills /Beaver Creek (Rock Co. Rd 6) It will then turn into IA K30.

Glen - 507-530-6275 • Kurt - 507-829-7627

Nate - 507-920-0050 • Vern - 320-808-8856

4. Pesek Cattle FarM

6. GMC show Cattle

Location: 6 miles north of Taunton on CR1/CR11, 1 mile west on 190th , 1/2 mile north on 290th St.

Location: 10 miles south off of I-90 on Exit #5 Hills /Beaver Creek (Rock County Road 6). It will then turn into IA K30.

Mark - 507-828-5163 • Richard - 507-829-3774

Mitch - 605-231-1855

Thanks to all our past buyers! Watch for more pictures mid-May at Showsteers.com (Gopherland Club Calves) or gopherlandclubcalves.com!

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The Hottest Angus Sire for 2011 $20/straw • $25/certificate Collected by Interglobe Genetics, Pontiac, Ill. CJ Eich 217.841.6556

Calving reports are great! Calves are coming with low birthweights, very hairy, and a ton of bone!

866.356.4565

MCATL

269-1394

Reg. # 16482081 Sire: Connealy Final Product • Dam: Bando 1961 BW: 86 pounds CED+5 BEPD+1.9 WEPD+55 YEPD I+94 Milk+23 205-day weight: 762 lbs. • 365-day weight: 1375 lbs.

Rutledge Farms LeRoy, Illinois Brandon 217.369.6729 Brett 309.264.1424 Bill 309.838.2323

Thomas Farms Clinton, Illinois Brad 217.841.1767

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kryptonite X whiplash

dob. April 2010 bw. 85 lbs. Unassisted TH Pending PHA Pending Reg. Sim & Maine

Double Bred Whiplash J-Land - Josh, Jenna, Jolie, Jeron & Jacey Johnson 2946 N41st RD • Sheridan, ll 60551 Josh Johnson - 815.252.7902 Sean Isaacson - 815.739.1013

Bred By & Owned With - Todd Hixon, Laramie, WY - 307-761-2973

Semen $25/unit

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16104 Twp Rd 1200 E • BRadfoRd, IL 61421

Be sure to visit www.mwgenetics.com for the latest sire updates, travel & delivery schedule, and more.

Semen distribution

Herd Consulting

fast Shipping

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mwgenetics.com

amen - Composite

Believe In Me - Composite

I-80 - Maine

Jakes proud Jazz - Shorthorn

Bodacious - Composite

Mercedes Benz - Maine

Monopoly - Composite

Not afraid - Composite

walks alone - Composite

Tim Heckman 309-255-0199 • Brad Onion 309-368-7411 • mwgenetics@hotmail.com

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Sire: GEF Open Bar Dam: SLC Whitney 18S (Sooner) Purebred Maine-Anjou PHA Free • Polled

Reserve Grand Champion, 2011 FWSS

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JE RAnCh FOundAtiOn Blanchard, Oklahoma • jeranchfoundation@yahoo.com Shane Emberson, Ranch Manager: 918-323-5801 GRiSWOLd CAttLE COMPAny / PAt & nAnCy WEiSE Stillwater, Oklahoma • John Griswold: 405-780-3300 EMBERSOn ShOW CAttLE Nowata, Oklahoma • Kevin Emberson: 620-252-8494 WAynE & BARB OhLRiChS Norfolk, Nebraska • 402-649-5804 • 402-649-6911

owners

Said by many good cattlemen to be one the best bulls to sell in Denver this year, Score Board has created quite a stir. He is a true power bull that is heavy muscled, big bodied, big testicled with a massive foot; this combined with his look and eye appeal and his flawless structural makeup makes Score Board a potential breed changer.

21X

Semen available through Bovine Elite. May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Damage Control Defiant exile fortune & glory Heart tHrob loCk Down overkill next big tHing PanDemiC PHenom tHe ringer tinman warrant

THE DUNK BULLS

THE CaLViNG EasE sPECiaLisT!

fortune & glory - Pb maine

siRE. Sooner • Dam. blaCk Smoker x Jazzmyn DOB. aPril 2008 • BW. 84 lbS • THF • PHaF

Defiant - 1/2 Simmental

siRE. grizzly • Dam. SoS x meyer DOB. marCH 2010 • BW. 85 lbS • THF • PHaF

tHe ringer - 5/8 maine

siRE. ali • Dam. kaDabra DOB. marCH 2006 • BW. 70 lbS • THF • PHaF

Heart tHrob - CHi

siRE. Heat wave • Dam. wHiPlaSH DOB. marCH 2009 • BW. 90 lbS • THC • PHaF

exile - Pb SHortHorn

siRE. Double viSion • Dam. man o war DOB. marCH 2010 • BW. 90 lbS • THC • PHaF

next big tHing - Pb Simmental

siRE. gw luCky break 047g • Dam. JeSSe g177 DOB. marCH 2007 • BW. 85 lbS • THF • PHaF

Dunk Cattle ComPany

Ryan & Crystal Dunklau 57215 858th Road • Wayne NE 68787 Ryan: 402.369.2025 • Crystal: 309.221.1247 www.dunkcattleco.com Damage Control - mainetainer PanDemiC - CHi

siRE. tHe ringer • Dam. Heat Seeker DOB. aPril 2010 • BW. 67 lbS • THC • PHaF

siRE. monoPoly • Dam. about time x meyer DOB. aPril 2010 • BW. 80 lbS • THC • PHaF

PHenom - mainetainer

siRE. PaDDy o’malley • Dam. full form DOB. aPril 2008 • BW. 80 lbS • THF • PHaC

SEMEN AVAILABLE TODAY CONTACT US, CATTLE VISIONS

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FSF StarburSt

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Semen: $25 866-356-4565

800-443-6389

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Sire: FSF Stardust • Dam: Jake’s Sierra 211S DOB: March 28, 2010 • BW: 85 pounds tHF and PHaF • reg. No.: 4170852

owners:

toM Farrer: 574-727-0680 Mark CoPuS: 940-704-1853


StarOfTexasFair

March 11-26, 2011 Austin, Texas

GRAND

BRIT/CONT

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion British/Continental & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mallorie Phelps.

Reserve Grand Champion British/Continental & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Stephanie Lastovica.

GRAND

AMERICAN

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion American & Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Calli West. Reserve Grand Champion American & Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Blake Wellman.

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Wellbrock.

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Saye.

Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Caffey.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Rhealee Spies.

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Johnson.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Bayli Fisher.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Casey Huff.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Michael Hawes.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Trevor Hedemann.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Leighton Chachere.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Henry Blackwell.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Laelah Bickham.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Wesley Walker.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Chessie Garrett.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Austin Acord.

Reserve Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Laelah Bickham.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Sharp.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Bayli Fisher.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Myka Blissard.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Myka Blissard.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Maggie Beuerhausen.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Corey Todd.

Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Cody Garrett.

Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Brady King.

Champion ORB Heifer, exhibited by Myka Blissard.

Reserve Champion ORB Heifer, exhibited by Landon Eldridge.

BREEDING

Heifers

Champion ARB Heifer, exhibited by Cody Garrett.

Reserve Champion ARB Heifer, exhibited by Jared Quimby.

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StarOfTexasFair

March 11-26, 2011 Austin, Texas

GRAND

RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Cuatro Schauer. Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Sierra Stephens.

GRAND

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Austin Crissman.

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RESERVE

Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Tanner Gerngross.


StarOfTexasFair

March 11-26, 2011 Austin, Texas

GRAND RESERVE

Reserve Grand Market Lamb, exhibited by Kaitlyn Rae Craft. Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Saegan Jost.

GRAND

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Scott Gallagher.

RESERVE

Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Jaylin Smith.

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SneakAPeekPreview

March 19-20, 2011 Syracuse, Neb. Judges: Kevin Jensen, Courtland, Kan., & William Walther, Hobart, Okla.

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kelsie Musil, Wilbur, Neb.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kelsie Musil, Wilbur, Neb.

3rd Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Riley Stoltz, Pierce, Neb.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Chianna Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Maddy Udell, Sioux City, Iowa.

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5th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer (A), exhibited by Allee Maronde, York, Neb.


SneakAPeekPreview

March 19-20, 2011 Syracuse, Neb. Judges: Kevin Jensen, Courtland, Kan., & William Walther, Hobart, Okla.

GRAND

MARKET

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson, Spencer, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Beau Bremer, Elgin, Neb.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Gracie Russell, Prescott, Iowa.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Austin Henningsen, Griswold, Iowa.

5th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Travis Henningsen, Griwold, Iowa.

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SneakAPeekPreview

March 19-20, 2011 Syracuse, Neb. Judges: Kevin Jensen, Courtland, Kan., & William Walther, Hobart, Okla.

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (B), exhibited by Mitchell Udell, Sioux City, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kelsie Musil, Wilbur, Neb.

3rd Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kelsie Musil, Wilbur, Neb.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Riley Stoltz, Pierce, Neb.

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5th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer (B) & Reserve (A), exhibited by Jaclyn Heinrich, Hickman, Neb.


SneakAPeekPreview

March 19-20, 2011 Syracuse, Neb. Judges: Kevin Jensen, Courtland, Kan., & William Walther, Hobart, Okla.

GRAND

MARKET

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson, Spencer, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Beau Bremer, Elgin, Neb.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Austin Henningsen, Griswold, Iowa.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson, Spencer, Iowa.

5th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Travis Henningsen, Griswold, Iowa.

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer (B), exhibited by Katie Trail, Nebraska City, Neb.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Miranda Raithel, Falls City, Neb.

Reserve Composite Charolais Heifer (B), exhibited by Olivia Lapke, Logan, Iowa.

Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Aaron Aldana, Nebraska City, Neb.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Lane Rohlfs, Unadilla, Neb.

Champion Limousin Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Justin Peterson, Nebraska City, Neb.

Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer (A), exhibited by Stephanie Kersten, Gretna, Neb.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Rylee Stohlmann, Louisville, Neb.

Reserve MaineTainer Heifer (A), exhibited by Aaron Aldana, Nebraska City, Neb.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Emily Long, Springfield, Neb.

Reserve Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Shane Jurgensen, Charter Oak, Neb.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (A), exhibited by Brandon Sieck, Martell, Neb.

Reserve ShorthornPlus Heifer (A&B), Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (B), exhibited by Garrett Long, Springfield, Neb. exhibited by Kysa Roberts, Charter Oak, Iowa.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Josh Nelson, Valparaiso, Neb.

Reserve Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Derick Vogt, Elmwood, Neb.

Reserve Fnd. Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Sorensen, Villisca, Iowa.

Photos Not Available: Champion Charolais Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Jeht Stateler, Hoskins, Neb. Reserve Composite Charolais Heifer (A), exhibited by Amanda Kimmerling, Beatrice, Neb. Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A), exhibited by Taylor Stoltz, Pierce, Neb. Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer (B), exhibited by Jade Hill, Falls City, Neb. Champion MaineTainer Heifer (B), exhibited by Trevor Birky, Strang, Neb. Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer (B), exhibited by Dylan Hafer, Martell, Neb. Reserve Champion Chianina Steer (B), exhibited by Alex Alleger, Gowrie, Iowa. Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer (B), exhibited by Gracie Russell, Prescott, Iowa. Champion Shorthorn Steer (A&B), exhibited by Lindsey Weber, Cook, Neb. Champion ShorthornPlus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Jamie Thoms, Otoe, Neb. Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer (A), Reserve Simm. Steer (A) & Champion (B), exhibited by Brett Heinrich, Hickman, Neb. exhibited by Olivia Lapke, Logan, Iowa.

MARKET

Animals Champion Angus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Savannah Schafer, Nehawka, Neb.

Reserve Angus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Garrett Jacobs-Smith, Osceola, Neb.

Champion Chianina Steer (A), exhibited by Atlanta Maronde, York, Neb.

Reserve Chianina Steer (A), exhibited by Ashlyn Richardson, Lincoln, Mo.

Champion Hereford Steer (A&B), exhibited by Lane Rohlfs, Unadilla, Neb.

Champion Simm. Steer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Atlanta Maronde, York, Neb.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer (A), exhibited by Nathan Filipi, Davey, Neb.

Reserve Market Heifer (B), exhibited by Stephanie Kersten, Gretna, Neb.

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MichiganBeefExpo

April 8-9, 2011 East Lansing, Mich. Jason Hoffman, Thedford, Neb.

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Candance Muir.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Greenawalt.

3rd Overall & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Trent Neal.

4th Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Trihus.

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5th Overall & Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Daniel Mooney.


MichiganBeefExpo

April 8-9, 2011 East Lansing, Mich. Judge: Shane Bedwell, Fort Collins, Colo.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Danielle Heintz.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Morgan Miles.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Paige Siefring.

4th Overall & 3rd Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heintz.

5th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Kylee Shafer.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Patti Vaassen.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Patti Vaassen.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Brooke Rupprecht.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Sattler.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Emily Griffiths.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Kelsey Waitt.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Max Goble.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Jennifer Poindexter.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Waitt.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Miller.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Chelsea Clough.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Frey.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Cook.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kylie Pickard.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Emily Griffiths.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Bonham.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Josh Clifford.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Kendra Merriman.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Tanner Weuthrich.

Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Kelsie Waitt.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Sarah Mowry.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by James Brown.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Max Goble.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Zachary Cross.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Logan Bracy.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Katrena Klopenstein.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Kortlan Garnant.

MARKET

Animals

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Chandler Steele.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Clay Daily.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Josh Garver.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kelsey Casebere.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Alan Leslie.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Spencer McKay.

5th Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Derek Miller.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Maddlyn Stewart.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Landon Cough.

GRAND

SALE

Heifers 130 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Female, exhibited by DeLong Farm.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Female, exhibited by Fitzner Farms.

Reserve Champion Angus Female, exhibited by Little Cedar Cattle Co.

Reserve Champion Chianina Female, exhibited by 3G Ranch.

Champion Hereford Female, exhibited by MacDonald Farm.

Reserve Champion Hereford Female, exhibited by MacDonald Farm.

Champion Limousin Female, exhibited by Jaiden Oats.

Reserve Champion Limousin Female, exhibited by Joslyn Oats.

Champion Maine-Anjou Female, exhibited by Cory & Tracy Dahms.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Female, exhibited by Encore/Deal/Bar K.

Champion Shorthorn Female, exhibited by Ivory Point.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Female, exhibited by Dutch Acres.

Champion ShorthornPlus Female, exhibited by AJ Show Cattle/Ropp Farms.

SALE

Heifers Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Female, exhibited by AJ Show Cattle/Ropp Farms.

Champion Simmental Female, exhibited by Chris Harrington.

Photo Not Available: Reserve Champion Simmental Female, exhibited by Campbell.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Green&GoldShowdown GRAND

March 19-20, 2011 Loveland, Colo. Judges: Chris Mullinix, El Dorado, Kan., & Jack Ward, Plattsburg, Mo.

BREEDING

Green Ring RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by PD Miller.

Reserve Grand Heifer, exhibited by Laurie Reid.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Vickland.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Cody Huwa.

132 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Paige Miller.


Green&GoldShowdown GRAND

March 19-20, 2011 Loveland, Colo. Judges: Chris Mullinix, El Dorado, Kan., & Jack Ward, Plattsburg, Mo.

MARKET

Green Ring RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Cody Huwa.

Reserve Grand Steer, exhibited by Emma Vickland.

3rd Overall Market Animal, exhibited by Skyler Miller.

4th Overall Market Animal, exhibited by Kyndal Reitzenstein.

5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Brooke Vogt.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

133


Green&GoldShowdown GRAND

March 19-20, 2011 Loveland, Colo. Judges: Chris Mullinix, El Dorado, Kan., & Jack Ward, Plattsburg, Mo.

BREEDING

Gold Ring

RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Skyler Miller.

Reserve Grand Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Burke.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by PD Miller.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Dorsey.

134 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by John Hampton Cornelius.


Green&GoldShowdown GRAND

March 19-20, 2011 Loveland, Colo. Judges: Chris Mullinix, El Dorado, Kan., & Jack Ward, Plattsburg, Mo.

MARKET

Gold Ring RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Cody Huwa.

Reserve Grand Market Heifer, exhibited by Skyler Miller.

3rd Overall Steer, exhibited by Brooke Vogt.

4th Overall Steer, exhibited by Jarrett Wagner.

5th Overall Market Animal, exhibited by Kyndal Reitzenstein.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

135


BootScootin’CattleBattle GRAND

March 19, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judge: Ernie Wallace, Stotts City, Mo.

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Carlee Clark, Romance, Ark.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Katy Tunstill, Fayetteville, Ark.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Cody Salmon, Valley Springs, Ark.

136 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Chancee Clark, Romance, Ark.


BootScootin’CattleBattle GRAND

March 19, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judge: Ernie Wallace, Stotts City, Mo.

PROSPECT

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Kayla Morrow, Nevada, Mo.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Chancee Clark, Romance, Ark.

3rd Overall Steer, exhibited by Cody Salmon, Valley Springs, Ark.

4th Overall Steer, exhibited by MacKenzie Morrison, Mountain Home, Ark.

5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Katy Tunstill, Fayetteville, Ark.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

137


TwoSteppin’CattleSpectacular GRAND

March 19, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judge: Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan.

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Carlee Clark, Romance, Ark.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Katy Tunstill, Fayetteville, Ark.

138 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Chancee Clark, Romance, Ark.


TwoSteppin’CattleSpectacular GRAND

March 19, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judge: Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan.

PROSPECT

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Chancee Clark, Romance, Ark.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by MacKenzie Morrison, Mountain Home, Ark.

3rd Overall Steer, exhibited by Kayla Morrow, Nevada, Mo.

4th Overall Steer, exhibited by Cody Salmon, Valley Springs, Ark.

5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Katy Tunstill, Fayetteville, Ark.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

139


CowtownShowdown

March 20, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judges: Krisha Custis, Fort Collins, Colo.

GRAND

HEIFERS RESERVE

Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Chancee Clark.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Cody Salmon.

GRAND

STEERS RESERVE

Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Kayla Morrow.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Chancee Clark.

140 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


KingOfTheRing

March 20, 2011 Fayetteville, Ark. Judges: Cory Miller, Silver Creek, Neb.

GRAND

HEIFERS RESERVE

Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Cody Salmon.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Chancee Clark.

GRAND

STEERS RESERVE

Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Kayla Morrow.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by McKenzie Morrison.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

141


BillRogersClassic

March 27, 2011 Columbus, Ind. Judges: Patrick Gunn & Rex Tribbett

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion, Champion Simmental Heifer (A), exhibited by Bailey Wesner.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Payton Farmer.

3rd Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Morgan Tomson.

Champion Chianina Heifer (A) and Reserve (B), exhibited by Tyler Dawson.

142 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Champion Chianina Heifer (B), exhibited by Bailey Harvey.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by David Fosbrink.


BillRogersClassic

March 27, 2011 Columbus, Ind. Judges: Patrick Gunn & Rex Tribbett

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Xavier Ferris.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Heifer (B), exhibited by Courtney Wesner.

3rd Overall & Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (B), exhibited by Allison Manchester.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A), exhibited by Jordan Kuhn.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (B), exhibited by Conner Bonnell.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Cody Dawson.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

143


BillRogersClassic

March 27, 2011 Columbus, Ind. Judges: Patrick Gunn & Rex Tribbett

GRAND GRANDA

MARKET

Animals

GRAND RESERVE B Grand Champion (A), Reserve Grand (B) & Champion Crossbred Steer (A&B), exhibited by Teegan Brumbaugh.

Grand Champion (B), 3rd Overall (A), & Champion Simmental Steer (A&B), exhibited by Conner Cross.

Reserve Grand Champion (A) & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer (A&B), exhibited by Hunter Weber.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer (B), exhibited by Kyle Shoufler.

144 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (B) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Katie Teague.

Champion AOB Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Clayton Main.


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer (B), exhibited by Brooke Lueking.

Champion Chianina Steer (B), exhibited by Lane Hacker.

Champion Hereford Steer (A&B), exhibited by Payton Farmer.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou, exhibited by Rachael Rogers.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer (B), exhibited by Blake Reust.

Champion AOB Steer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Weber.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer (A), exhibited by Samantha Brumbaugh.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer (A), exhibited by Taylor Ruder.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

145


CycloneClassic

March 26, 2011 Fort Dodge, Iowa Judge: John Jacobs

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Kennedy Core.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Eric Meyer.

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Vogel.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder.

146 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kiersten Jass.


BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Younge.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Megan Collison.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Mason Lewis.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Mason Lewis.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Justin Pfeifer.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Beenken.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Beenken.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Blake Solsma.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Hanson.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Libby Anderlik.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Champion Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com

147


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jayson Olson.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Kenton Lain.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Holly England.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Sierra Jacobi.

Reserve Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Sierra Jacobi.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Haley Feigenbutz.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chase Jass.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Grace Greiman.

Cyclone Classic

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Brady Hawkins.

148 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


CycloneClassic

March 26, 2011 Fort Dodge, Iowa Judge: John Jacobs

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Gracie Russell.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Jones.

3rd Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Trihus.

4th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Macey Goretska.

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Lacey Lauterbach.

Photo Not Available: Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Keegan VanderMolen.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

149


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Sophie Hansen.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Cullen Walser.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Haley Stalcup.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Dana Hornung.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Haylea England.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Cole Lauterbach.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Noah Snedden.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Dalton Birchmier.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Jarrett Donahue.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Cody Korthaus.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Sophie Hansen.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

150 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


IowaStateAGR

March 27, 2011 Fort Dodge, Iowa Judge: Chris Polzin

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chase Jass.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Mitchell Udell.

3rd Overall & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kiersten Jass.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder.

5th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Vogel.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

151


BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDINGHeifers Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Greiman.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cole Greiman.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Mason Lewis.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Ketelsen.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited Justin Pfeifer.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Troy Shaw.

Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Beenken.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Beenken.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Blake Solsma.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Abby Greiman.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Hanson.

Champion Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

152 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Torrie Ferrari.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Kenton Lain.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Chyann Smith.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Sierra Jacobi.

Reserve Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Sierra Jacobi.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Leah Gilman.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Haley Feigenbutz.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Brady Hawkins.

IowaStateAGR Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Long.

Photo Not Available: Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Folk.

May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com

153


IowaStateAGR

March 27, 2011 Fort Dodge, Iowa Judge: Chris Polzin

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Haley Stalcup.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Madison Jorgenson.

4th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Blake Kaesel.

154 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Sophie Hanson.


BANNERS&backdrops

MARKETAnimals

Photo Not Available: Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Cullen Walser. Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Cole Alley. Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Dalton Birchmier.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Sohpie Hansen.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Kaylee Miller.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Kaylea England.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Hagan Fouch.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Keegan VanderMolen.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Keegan VanderMolen.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Cody Korthaus.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bryton Voss.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

155


KentHabegerMemorial GRAND

April 2, 2011 Algona, Iowa Judge: Brad Winegardner, Lima, Ohio

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Eric Meyer.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jayson Olson.

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Troy Shaw.

156 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Maddy Udell.


KentHabegerMemorial GRAND

April 2, 2011 Algona, Iowa Judge: Brad Winegardner, Lima, Ohio

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Mitch Maurer.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kailey Davis.

3rd Overall & Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Brooke Kuesel.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Justin Blumer.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Alex Alliger.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

157


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cole Greiman.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Younge.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Austin Hamilton.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Mallory Bormann.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Blake Solsma.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Krebs.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Mara Anderson.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Derek Anderson.

Champion Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Lisa Irons.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Mallory Bormann.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Dalton Smith.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kysa Roberts.

158 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chase Jass.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kiersten Jass.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Grace Greiman.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Kaylee Miller.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Alecia Knapp.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Derek Anderson.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Mandy Kohlhaas.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Sara Peters.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Tyler Mitchell.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Blake Kuesel.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

159


MonroeCounty(IN)Classic GRAND

March 26, 2011 Bloomington, Ind. Judge: Patrick Gunn

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Xavier Ferris.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Ashtin Guyer.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Dillon.

160 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


MonroeCounty(IN)Classic GRAND

March 26, 2011 Bloomington, Ind. Judge: Patrick Gunn

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Austin Berenda.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Cole Mize.

3rd Overall Steer, exhibited by Ashtin Guyer.

4th Overall Steer, exhibited by Katie Mize.

5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Garrett Thompson.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

161


HoustonLivestockShow

March 1-20, 2011 Houston, Texas

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion, Champion British, & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Rope Stewart, Sterling City, Texas.

BRITISH

Reserve Grand Champion, Champion Continental, & Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Colby Breeding, Brownwood, Texas.

CONTINENTAL

Reserve Champion British & Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tayler Allan, Schulenburg, Texas.

Reserve Champion Continental & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Maulsby, College Station, Texas.

162 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

AMERICAN

Champion American & Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Haley Herzog, Robinson, Texas.

Reserve American & Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Mabree Haliburton, Robinson, Texas.

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Wellbrock, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Clayton Stevenson, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Willingham, Milano, Texas.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Caffey, Yancey, Texas.

Champion Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Garrison Tullos, Bremon, Texas.

Reserve Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Bailee McDonald, Big Sandy, Texas.

Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Blake Wellmann, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Jake Johnston, Waxahachie, Texas.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Kennedy King, Angleton, Texas.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

163


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Ruth Anne Kettler, Washington, Texas.

Reserve Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mallorie Phelps, Grandview, Texas.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Troy Holdman, Sundown, Texas.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Spencer Wilder, Bryan, Texas.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Ryan Holaway, Chico, Texas.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Laelah Bickham, Boling, Texas.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Chessie Garrett, Winfield, Texas.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kolby Perry, Conroe, Texas.

Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Austin Acord, Madisonville, Texas.

Reserve Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Hailey D’Layne Boatright, Leesville, Texas.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Threet, Ennis, Texas.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Cole Turner, Anahuac, Texas.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Myka Blissard, Big Spring, Texas.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Payton Hunter, Lindale, Texas.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Mackey, Blum, Texas.

164 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Camille Grahmann, Hallettsville, Texas.

Reserve Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Alicia Grahmann, Hallettsville, Texas.

Champion ORB Heifer, exhibited by Syann Foster, Lockney, Texas.

Reserve Champion ORB Heifer, exhibited by Travis Goodrum, Huntsville, Texas.

Champion ARB Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Cunningham, Cypress, Texas.

Reserve Champion ARB Heifer, exhibited by Katlyn Smith, Beckville, Texas.

GRAND

MARKET

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Koby Long, Wellington, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by JT Lowery, Douglass, Texas.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

165


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Payton Herzog, Robinson, Texas.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Kaleb Pounds, Lubbock, Texas.

Champion Brahman Steer, exhibited by Harley Reynolds, Tahoka, Texas.

Reserve Champion Brahman Steer, exhibited by Marcus Toliver, Ballinger, Texas.

Champion Brangus Steer, exhibited by Haley Leifeste, Center Point, Texas.

Reserve Brangus Steer, exhibited by Blaine Wootan, College Station, Texas.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Hayden Tucker, Round Rock, Texas.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Kutter Bland, Slaton, Texas.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Benjamin Raulston, Blum, Texas.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jack Franklin, O’Donnell, Texas.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Crystal Ferris, Vancourt, Texas.

Champion Polled Hereford Steer, exhibited by Rand Martin, Snyder, Texas.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Steer, exhibited by Kindle Catching, Howe, Texas.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Kaylee Smith, Angleton, Texas.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Laramie Priest, Lorena, Texas.

166 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Flint Newman, Stanton, Texas.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Sierra Elrod, Angleton, Texas.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Joe McCoy, Alvord, Texas.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Tyler Vrazel, Buckholts, Texas.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Steer, exhibited by Max McGilvray, Haslet, Texas.

Reserve Santa Gertrudis Steer, exhibited by Carlie Standley, Madisonville, Texas.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Jagger Horn, Anson, Texas.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Stephanie Lastovica, Salado, Texas.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Hattie-Carole Bezner, Dalhart, Texas.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Chad Pechacek, Sweetwater, Texas.

Champion Simbrah Steer, exhibited by Presley Wilson, Waller, Texas.

Reserve Champion Simbrah Steer, exhibited by Treyton Tillman, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Stock Martin, Hereford, Texas.

Champion ABC Steer, exhibited by Kelton Poe, Needville, Texas.

Reserve Champion ABC Steer, exhibited by Caitlin Woody, Prosper, Texas.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

167


HoustonLivestockShow

March 1-20, 2011 Houston, Texas

OPEN

Heifers Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Chris Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by R&L Angus, Westmoreland, Kan. & Sharee Sankey, Council Grove, Kan.

Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Hicks Cattle Co., Rockdale, Texas.

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Rex West, Paris, Texas.

Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by JD Hudgins, Hungerford, Texas.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhib- Champion Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Reserve Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by ited by L2 Ranch, Branford, Texas. Legacy Cattle Service, Church Point, Texas. Heritage Cattle Co., Hungerford, Texas.

Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Thomas Show Cattle, Shepherd, Texas.

168 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Two Hearts Brangus, Seguin, Texas.

Champion Braford Heifer, exhibited by Rock Crest Ranch, Athens, Texas.


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Braford Heifer, exhibited by Pearis Abernathy, Winnsboro, Texas.

Champion Braunvieh Heifer, exhibited by Flying I Ranch, Houston, Texas.

Reserve Braunvieh Heifer, exhibited by Broken Oak Ranch, Seguin, Texas.

Champion Braunvieh Builder Heifer, exhibited by Smith Genetics, Giddings, Texas.

Reserve Braunvieh Builder Heifer, exhibited by Megan Grant, Richmond, Texas.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Keaton McConathy, Texas.

Reserve Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Bar J Ranch, Texas.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mallorie Phelps, Grandview, Texas.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Scott Chachere, Dayton, Texas.

Champion Mini-Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Jeff Fulgham, Brownsboro, Texas.

Reserve Mini-Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Jeff Fulgham, Brownsboro, Texas.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Stowers Limousin, Bridgeport, Texas.

Reserve Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Brayden Deborde, Texas.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Allgood Show Cattle, Bellevue, Texas.

Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by 4D Cattle Co., Texas.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by CK Farms, Angleton, Kan.

Reserve Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Champion Amer. Red Brangus Heifer, exChris & Sharee Sankey, Council Grove, Kan. hibited by Marvel Farms, High Springs, Fla.

Reserve Amer. Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Katy Knox, Hempstead, Texas.

Champion Int. Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Trio Cattle, Dallas, Texas.

Reserve Int. Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Justin Hillin, Waco, Texas.

Champion St. Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Pitchford Cattle Service, Athens, Texas.

Reserve Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Rose Hill Ranch, Anahuac, Texas.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Myka Blissard, Big Spring, Texas.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Richard Scott, Jewett, Texas.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Texas A&M Univ., College Station, Texas.

Reserve Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Texas A&M Univ., College Station, Texas.

OPEN

Heifers Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Smith Genetics, Giddings, Texas.

170 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Cody Witzkoski, Wallis, Texas.


HoustonLivestockShow FIRST GRAND

March 1-20, 2011 Houston, Texas

SENIORcollege SECOND GRAND

High-Placing Overall Senior College: Texas Tech University Seated (L-R): Kody Lucherk, Clay Burson, Katie McCullough, Brandi Capps, Loni Woolley, Brady Ragland, Jordan Clem, Dr. Leslie Thompson Standing (L-R): Dr. Kevin Pond, Bryan Bernhard (Ast. Coach), Nathan Reeves, Clay Morrison, Nathan Pond, Markus Miller, Logan Pritchett, Trevor White, Tanner Kieschnick, Clayton Gardner, Joel Riedel, Dr. Ryan Rathmann (Coach) 3rd Place Overall: Western Illinois University 4th: Purdue University 5th: Iowa State University

FIRST GRAND

2nd Place Overall Senior College: Texas A&M University Seated (L-R): Jacob Shaw, Marty Gifford, Caleb Boardman Standing (L-R): Jake Franke, Brad Brundage, Cody Marburger, and Ryan Smoes SENIOR COLLEGE TEAM REASONS 1st Place Reasons: Texas Tech University 2nd: Texas A&M University 3rd: Iowa State University 4th: Western Illinois University 5th: Oklahoma State University

JUNIORcollege SECOND GRAND

High-Placing Overall Junior College: Redlands College Seated (L-R): Bonnie McCauley, Katie Duysen, Whitney Stuart, Summer Riggins, Austin Perry Standing (L-R): Coach Clay Elliott, Ryan McCoon, Wesley Kraintz, Jake Warntjes, Zach Bradshaw, Graham Blagg 3rd Place Overall: Connors State College 4th: Northeastern Junior College 5th: Butler Community College

2nd Place Overall Junior College: Blinn College (L-R): Cody Wellman, Levi Moyers, Shelly Sutton, Everleigh Hayes, Brent Cromwell, Darin Peters JUNIOR COLLEGE TEAM REASONS 1st Place Reasons: Redlands College 2nd: Blinn College 3rd: Butler Community College 4th: Connors State College 5th: Lake Land College


OVERALL GRAND

SR.individuals REASONS GRAND

Top Ten Senior College Individual Placings: Overall (Pictured left to right, front to back) 1st: Kody Lucherk, Texas Tech University 2nd: Tegan Simmons, Purdue University 3rd: Caleb Boardman, Texas A&M University 4th: Brady Ragland, Texas Tech University 5th: Cole Danner, Iowa State University 6th: Beth Collins, Sam Houston State University 7th: Jordan Clem, Texas Tech University 8th: Jaclyn Amiss, Iowa State University 9th: Logan Newsom, Angelo State University 10th: John Gladman, California State-Chico

OVERALL GRAND

Top Ten Senior College Individual Placings: Reasons (Pictured left to right, front to back) 1st: Kody Lucherk, Texas Tech University 2nd: Caleb Boardman, Texas A&M University 3rd: Cole Danner, Iowa State University 4th: Tegan Simmons, Purdue University 5th: Jaclyn Amiss, Iowa State University 6th: Ryan Smoes, Texas A&M University 7th: Kathleen Robinson, Oklahoma State University 8th: Clay Morrison, Texas Tech University 9th: Linzey Terrill, Western Illinois University 10th: Cody Marburger, Texas A&M University

JR.individuals REASONS GRAND

Top Ten Junior College Individual Placings: Overall (Pictured left to right, front to back) 1st: Nathan Faust, Connors State College 2nd: Jake Wantjes, Redlands College 3rd: Graham Blagg, Redlands College 4th: Levi Moyers, Blinn College 5th: Brent Cromwell, Blinn College 6th: Wesley Kraintz, Redlands College 7th: Chandler Akins, Butler Community College 8th: Shelly Sutton, Blinn College 9th: Whitney Stuart, Redlands College 10th: Barrett Carlisle, Butler Community College

172 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com

Top Ten Junior College Individual Placings: Reasons (Pictured left to right, front to back) 1st: Graham Blagg, Redlands College 2nd: Jake Warntjes, Redlands College 3rd: Morgan Meisenheimer, Butler Community College 4th: Conner Newsom, Connors State College 5th: Katie Duysen, Redlands College 6th: Shelly Sutton, Blinn College 7th: Levi Moyers, Blinn College 8th: Barrett Carlisle, Butler Community College 9th: Clay Zwilling, Lake Land College 10th: Everleigh Hayes: Blinn College


HoustonLivestockShow

March 1-20, 2011 Houston, Texas

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Lexie Schaefer, Garden City, Texas. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Jake Booth Levelland, Texas.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Trenton Herod, Barry, Texas. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Jim Breck Bean, Fort Hancock, Texas.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Scott Gallagher, Mason, Texas. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Toby Cure, Iowa Park, Texas.

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MissouriBlock&Bridle

March 25-27, 2011 Columbia, Mo.

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Ashlyn Richardson.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Collin Barker.

3rd Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Barker.

4th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Dakota Gerloff.

174 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Grace Riley.


MissouriBlock&Bridle

March 25-27, 2011 Columbia, Mo.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Seth Walters.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kayla Morrow.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Mackenzie Mawson.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ashlyn Richardson.

5th Overall & Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Grace Riley.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Paige Wallace.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Parker Henley.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited byThomas Owings.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Lendie Nolting.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Maria Rash.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlin Mitchell.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Cole Murphy.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Gerky.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Sidney Wear.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Rachael Carlson.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kaylee Lewis.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Nick Mayes.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Connor Templeton.

Reserve Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Neal Barnett.

176 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Decker.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Baler.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Caroline Sicht.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Brad Storck.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Haley Webb.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Mark Moriondo.

Missouri Block&Bridle Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Sam Wallace.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Stetson Wiss.

MARKET

Animals

Champion Braunvieh Steer, exhibited by Rayne Faulconer.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Paige Wallace.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Brandon Clema.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Sam Wallace.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ashlyn Richardson.

May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Molly Tallman.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Garret Hullinson.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Eric Groose.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Mackenzie Mawson.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Evan Summers

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Ashlyn Richardson.

Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Grace Riley.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Cole Craig.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Tyler Lane.

Champion Salers Steer, exhibited by Melanie Barnett.

Reserve Champion Salers Steer, exhibited by Neal Barnett.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Justin Schinder.

MARKET

Animals

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Katlyn Britt Rankin.

178 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Austin Thomas.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Molly Tallman.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Tyler Lane.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Noah Riley.

MissouriBlock&Bridle Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Callie Mawson.

June 24 — 26, 2011 Green County Fairgrounds • Monroe, Wisconsin

Classes: For steers, heifers, bred and owned bulls,

bred and owned heifers, and cow-calf pairs. Entry Forms: Available at wisconsinherefords.org Judges: Sat. — Cody Helms, IL • Sun. — Dan Hoge, IL

Contact Person:

For entry forms or additional information, contact: B.J. Jones, WJHA Advisor 608-482-2961 docjones@centurytel.net

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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PurpleRibbonRun

March 19-20, 2011 Iowa Falls, Iowa Judges: Jara Settles & Cory Thompson

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer (A), exhibited by Jessica Weber.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Jordan Crall.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer (A), exhibited by Kennedy Core.

4th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Ashley Vogel.

180 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion MaineAnjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kiley Elder.


PurpleRibbonRun

March 19-20, 2011 Iowa Falls, Iowa Judges: Jara Settles & Cory Thompson

GRAND

MARKET

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Jones.

3rd Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Kallie Burns.

4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Noah Snedden.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

181


PurpleRibbonRun

March 19-20, 2011 Iowa Falls, Iowa Judges: Jara Settles & Cory Thompson

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Heifer (B), exhibited by Kiley Elder.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer (B), exhibited by Kennedy Core.

3rd Overall & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Jordan Crall.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer (B), exhibited by Jessica Webster.

182 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion MaineAnjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kiley Elder.


PurpleRibbonRun

March 19-20, 2011 Iowa Falls, Iowa Judges: Jara Settles & Cory Thompson

GRAND

MARKET

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Jones.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

4th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bryce Snedden.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Jon Roehger.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

183


BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer (A), exhibited by Kennedy Wohlford.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer (A), exhibited by Audra Haglund.

Champion Angus Heifer (B), exhibited by Kiersten Jass.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer (B), exhibited by Jordan Johnson.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Hamilton.

Champion Chianina Heifer (A), exhibited by Chloe Vanvliet.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Troy Shaw.

Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer (A), exhibited by Tyler Beenken.

Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Blake Solsma.

Champion Limousin Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Torrie Ferrarri.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Cade VanVliet.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Dalton Smith.

184 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Red Angus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Tim Johnson.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Tim Johnson.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Makenna Brouwer.

Champion Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Tristan Ruppert.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Jared Gillespie.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (A), exhibited by Kiersten Jass.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer (B), exhibited by Grace Greiman.

PurpleRibbonRun

MARKETAnimals

Champion Charolais Steer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Kaylee Miller.

Champion Chianina Steer (A), exhibited by Kallie Burns.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer (A&B), exhibited by Cody Fausch.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Hereford Steer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Maverick Larson.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer (A) & Champion (B), exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Champion Red Angus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer (A), exhibited by Riley Rankin.

Champion Simmental Steer (A&B), exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer (A), exhibited by Cooper Kabela.

Pets Weddings Families Seniors Livestock 2340 W. County Road 1000 N Jamestown, IN 46147 (317) 994-6100

Making your memories last a lifetime.

186 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


RioGrandeValleyLvkShow

March 11-20, 2011 Mercedes, Texas

JUNIORHeifers

Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Juan Pablo Aguilar.

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Kalli Ellis.

Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Valenta.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Peyton Levien.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Thomas.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Helle.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by John Lopez.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Lane Thomas.

Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Cody Atkinson.

Reserve Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Jenkins.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Breanna Tator.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Futurity Heifer, exhibited by Clarissa Maldonado.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Futurity Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Gutierrez.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Katlyn Walther.

Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Vanessa Hinojosa.

Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by James Schwertner.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Logan Thomas.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Heather Kosub.

Champion Commercial AOB Heifer, exhibited by Krysti Kelley.

Reserve Champion Commercial AOB Heifer, exhibited by Bruce Waters.

Champion Commbercial ABC Heifer, exhibited by Rebecca Goad.

Reserve Champion Commbercial ABC Heifer, exhibited by Lane Thomas.

188 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

MARKET

Steers

Champion Brahman Steer, exhibited by Alyssa Carrera.

Reserve Champion Brahman Steer, exhibited by Liana Flores.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Morgan Thomas.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Ty Vasquez.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Monica Salinas.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Steer, exhibited by Michael De Los Santos.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Steer, exhibited by Manuel Alvarado.

Champion Simbrah Steer, exhibited by Audrie Vela.

Reserve Champion Simbrah Steer, exhibited by Klarissa Cantu.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Daniel Cavazos.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Logan Thomas.

Champion ABC Steer, exhibited Teah Noel Barrientes.

Reserve Champion ABC Steer, exhibited by Alexandria De Los Santos.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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RioGrandeValleyLvkShow

March 11-20, 2011 Mercedes, Texas

OPENHeifers

Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Juan Pablo Aguilar.

Reserve Champion Beefmaster Heifer, exhibited by Kalli Ellis.

Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Peyton Levien.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Evan Acevedo.

Champion Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Legacy Cattle Service.

Reserve Champion Red Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Legacy Cattle Service.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Thomas.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Thomas.

Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Heather Graham.

190 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Red Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Jenkins.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Reagan Ruddock.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Darrell Pitchford.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Thomas.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Vanessa Hinojosa.

Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Vanessa Hinojosa.

Champion Star 5 Heifer, exhibited by Abigail Casaveo.

Champion Zebu Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Guerra.

Reserve Champion Zebu Heifer, exhibited by Denise Martinez.

Photo Not Available: Reserve Champion Simbrah Heifer, exhibited by Cameron Chappell. Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Vicki Brehm. Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Vicki Brehm.

May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com

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RioGrandeValleyLvkShow

March 11-20, 2011 Mercedes, Texas

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Ramiro Gonzalez. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Mallory Freeman.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Daniel Hinojosa. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Cassie Fitting.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Brianna Balderrama. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Kasandra Hinojosa.

192 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


UofIllinoisShowdown

April 4, 2011 Urbana, Ill. Judge: Craig Steck, Omaha, Neb.

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

3rd Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Callie Bayer.

4th Overall & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Corbin Collins.

5th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jon Heaton.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ben Kiner.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Joshua Lorenz.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Jamie Moore.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kaylor Kelsey.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heaton.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Rob Johnson.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Moore.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Pieper.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Burris.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Drew DeClerk.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Clay Sunberg.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Rylee Derrer.

194 May 2011 â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;&#x201A;theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Kaci Mcaffee.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Wisnefski.

UofIllinoisShowdown

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Derek Humphrey.

Specializing in shows, fairs, and on-farm cattle portraits.

Pearl Walthall 1051 NE 500 Windsor, MO 65360 660-647-2009 www.pearlspics.com

Official photographer of the Missouri State Fair

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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UofIllinoisShowdown

April 4, 2011 Urbana, Ill. Judge: Craig Steck, Omaha, Neb.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by AJ Line.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Dalton Line.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Derek Richie.

4th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Noah Holm.

196 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Trevor Frerichs.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Cody Luehrs.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Autumn Bennett.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Gretchen Simpson.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Ivan Harvell.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Chad Frost.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Jordan Flewellyn.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Beau Branyan.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kayden Guymon.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Ashley Westfall.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Ashley Moore.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Tyler Berbeck.

Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kaydon Guymon.

MARKETAnimals Reserve Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lindsey Kiel.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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WesternIllinoisJackpot GRAND

March 26, 2011 Roseville, Ill. Judge: Jared Boyert, Seville, Ohio

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Colton Fales.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

3rd Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Michael Melvin.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

198 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins.


WesternIllinoisJackpot

March 26, 2011 Roseville, Ill. Judge: Jared Boyert, Seville, Ohio

GRAND

MARKET

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Dalton Line.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kori McLaughlin.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Grace Simpson.

4th Overall & Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Lilliesand.

5th Overall & Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Korbin Collins.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wallace.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Will Blankers.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Alex Creasey.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Verbeck.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Jake Scheetz.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Kelsey.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heaton.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Renee Lock.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sully Frick.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Emily Harrell.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Reserve Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Caleb Seys.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Mackenzie Schmalshof.

200 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Elaine Richardson.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Wisnefski.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Grant Malone.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Taylor Suttles.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Dalton Storm.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Gretchen Simpson.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Ivan Harvell.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Paige McCullough.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Jacob Beauchamp.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Kayden Guymon.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Mason Flack.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kyle McManus.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Elaine Richardson.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Presley Barr.

May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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RebelShowdown

March 25-26, 2011 Kentland, Ind. Judge: Dan Hoge

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Wesner.

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Gabrielle Lemenager.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Kinsey Knauth.

202 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Allison Manchester.


RebelShowdown

March 25-26, 2011 Kentland, Ind. Judge: Dan Hoge

GRAND

MARKET

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Morgan Miles.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Celeste Martin.

3rd Overall Steer, exhibited by Brooke Hayden.

4th Overall Steer, exhibited by Austin Berenda.

5th Overall Steer, exhibited by Korbin Collins.

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Missouri Club Calf Association ChaMpions

advisors

www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

• Samantha Graves 660.973.2881 samantha.graves@transova.com • Michelle Koelling 573.694.1622 koellingm@gmail.com • David Brooks 573.826.0004 brooksfamilyclubcalves@yahoo.com

Beyond The Ring

Missouri Club Calves Association is hosting a Leadership Conference on July 9th through the 10th. It will be taking place in Chillicothe, MO. We plan to tour Trans Ova Genetics, and afterward we will eat lunch. Then Sullivan Supply will be putting on a fitting clinic for everyone. After we plan on having a dance and then going to the local YMCA for a lock in with fun leadership activities and team building skills!

April 2-3 .................................................... 3 shows/2 days (Nevada) April 2 ...................................................... NWMSU B&B (Bethany) April 9 ..................................... MSU Bear Classic Co. (Springfield) April 9 ....................................................................... Warren County April 10 ....................................................................................Holden

Upcoming Shows

April 16 ......................................................................... Pettis County April 17 ................................................................................ Boonville April 30 ........ 2 shows/1 location/1 day (Gasconade & Crawford) May 14......................................................................Franklin County June 4...............................................................................Troy County

MissouriClubCalfAssociation Name: ______________________________ Parent/Guardian Name: _______________________________ Address: _______________________________________ City/State/Zip: ____________________________ Home Phone: ________________________________ Cell Phone: _________________________________ Email: _______________________________________ Age: _________ Date of Birth: _________________ Please circle which division(s) in which you plan to participate: Steer Heifer Showmanship One exhibitor per form. First exhibitor in a family: $35. Each additional family member (brother/sister) may join for $30/each. One subscription to The Show Circuit magazine per MCCA household. Total Dues: _________ Make checks payable to MCCA. Mail to: MCCA - Attn. Samantha Graves 11795 Liv 228, Chillicothe, MO 64601

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no points aCCuMulate until dues are paid in full.


Missouri Club Calf Association

Heifer Points AnGuS

Connell Gerloff Richardson Behlmann Hudson Gerke Higgins Miller Hudson Gerke Higgins Behlmann Summers Summers Kahlenbeck Kahlenbeck

Gregory Dakota Ashlyn Conrad Corey Adam Christina Taylor Christopher Tyler Brittany Stephanie Evan Evan Chris Chris

Charolais

Owings Owings Henley

Matthew Matthew Parker

28 25 23 20 18 10 10 10 8 5 5 4 3 3 1 1 5 5 15

Charolais CoMposite

Oerke

Chianina

Barker Loges Nolting Baker Stout Hudson Mawson Lea Mawson Mawson Plank Robertson Tallman

Weston

38

Collin Taylor Lexie Tylar Devon Tanner Callie Hannah Callie Mackenzie Brandon Haley Molly

201 36 28 15 15 10 5 3 3 1 1 1 1

hereford

Gerke Marek Marek Vest Miller Marek Groose Oerke Daehn

liMousin

Wear

Tyler Sidney Sidney David Taylor Kelsey Eric Garrett Dustin

23 15 13 5 3 1 40 18 6

Sidney

50

Maine

Carlson Kempker Fifer Hudson Fifer

Rachael Trent Kaitlin Caleb Kaitlin

Mainetainer

Wilkison Barker Alexander Lea Bruns

Taylor Cassidy Trace Hannah Brooke

ReD AnGuS

Mayes

Nick

shorthorn

Decker

Ethan

shorthornplus

Baker Sicht Stout Gott

Tylar Caroline Devon Kayla

siM solution

Oerke Tallman Meyer Plackemeier Baker Robinson Riley Webb

Weston Molly Shiana Lexi Tylar Layne Jaden Haley

siMMental

Webb Engelbrecht

Haley Lane

CRoSSBReD

Stout Richardson Stout Schenkel Barker Daehn Barker Loges Werr Bastian Colin Jennings Hendrix Oerke Owings Bruns Oerke Reeter

Devon Ashlyn Devon John Collin Dustin Cassidy Olivia Ben Jesse Reba Bill Clayton Weston Matthew Brooke Lane Seth

80 55 45 18 13 45 40 23 23 5 40 41 48 13 13 5 20 13 10 8 6 5 3 3 13 11 90 65 55 53 33 29 26 25 16 13 6 5 3 3 3 2 1 1

Steer Points Charolais

Greeley Mayes Henley Owings

Chianina

Clark Tallman Mawson Dilly Richardson Nolting Buckner Colin Gerke Neill Riley

Erin Nick Parker Matthew

33 19 5 5

Emma Molly Callie Kristin Ashlyn Lendie Joe Reba Tyler Madeline Jaden

56 41 38 25 25 15 14 11 10 5 5

hereford

Groose Marek Mawson Marek Nieder Vest

liMousin

Mawson Summers

Maine

Nieder Clark Richardson Mayes Buckner Connell McGaugh Wilkison Robertson Bruns Schenkel

Eric Sidney Mackenzie Kelsey Colby David

28 26 10 9 8 5

Mackenzie Evan

30 28

Colby Mason Ashlyn Diane Joe Gregory Taylor Taylor Haley Brooke John

90 38 23 20 19 11 8 6 5 1 1

Mainetainer

Mawson Mawson Hendrix Neill

Callie Mackenzie Clayton Madeline

shorthornplus

Britt-Rankin Schenkel Plank Gerke

Katlyn John Brandon Adam

120 20 5 5

siMMental

Heath Schenkel Tallman Luther Stout Hudson

Chase Sidney Molly Travis Devon Corey

CRoSSBReD

Mawson Loges Greeley McCauslin Carlson Mawson Wear Staples Williams Gerloff Riley Britt-Rankin Schmidt Plackemeier Clark Gerke Harreld Robinson Bruns Jennings Nolting Behlmann Sicht Wear Clark Meyer Reeter

Mackenzie Taylor Erin Jared Rachael Callie Sidney Josh Cameron Dakota Jaden Katlyn Bryce Lexi Mason Adam Clayton Layne Brooke Bill Lexie Conrad Caroline Sadie Emma Shiana Seth

MARKet HeifeR

Mawson Stout Bastian Jennings Harreld Jennings Wear Barker Baker Schenkel Tallman

Callie Devon Chris Bill Clayton Bill Sidney Cassidy Tylar John Molly

135 25 25 18 5 3 154 55 45 45 43 40 30 24 21 20 20 15 15 11 10 10 10 10 8 6 6 5 5 5 1 1 1 75 48 26 15 15 10 8 5 3 3 3

55 10 5 3

Note: Points current as of through April 20. Showmanship is not listed because all shows have not reported their show results. Points do not accumulate until the date that dues are paid. You can still become a member. If a discrepancy is believed, please contact Samantha Graves.

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OklahomaYouthExpo GRAND

RESERVE

Grand Champion Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Kolby Shepard.

PUREBREDHeifers

Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cole Moore.

GRAND RESERVE

Grand Champion Influence Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Buck.

3rd Overall Influence Heifer, exhibited by Raylyn Thompson.

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Reserve Grand Champion Influence Heifer, exhibited by Macee Coggins.

INFLUENCE

Heifers


March 11-21, 2011 Oklahoma City, Okla. Judges: Paul Clapp, Dave Duello, and Shane Lindsey

GRAND RESERVE

Grand Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Cammi Gregory.

COMMERCIALHeifers

Reserve Grand Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Snodgrass.

GRAND RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Ryan Stults.

3rd Overall Market Steer, exhibited by Kyra Stierwalt.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Logan Davis.

MARKET

Steers

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OklahomaYouthExpo GRAND

RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Brianna Robinson.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Tyler Frailey.

GRAND RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Kayla Brown.

3rd Overall Market Lamb, exhibited by Amber Cox.

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Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Jill Davis.

MARKET

Lambs


March 11-21, 2011 Oklahoma City, Okla. Judges: Paul Clapp, Dave Duello, and Shane Lindsey

MARKETHogs 3rd Overall Market Hog, exhibited by Amanda Higgins.

GRAND RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Mercedes Hardin.

3rd Overall Market Goat, exhibited by Rylee Lawson.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Carson Lough.

MARKET

Goats

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Showmanship Points by Division Oklahoma Club Calf Association - April 2011

Hello from OCCA! OYE is over, and spring is finally here. Congratulations to all the winners at Oklahoma City. It is so dry in Central Oklahoma that wildfires are a common sight. Please pray for rain. The 2010-2011 show season is over, and the winners are listed in this issue. There will be pictures of the winners in the next issue. OCCA’s year-end banquet is Friday, April 22, where all awards will be presented, along with the Sunrise Award. Make plans to be there and bring your family. Beef Expo is April 22nd and 23rd. Make plans to be there, and while you are there, thank our sponsors, Purina, CM Trailers, Cinch, Cruel Girl, Multimin, and Vita Firm. Without our sponsors we wouldn’t be what we are today. Good luck at all the shows, and we will see you at Beef Expo.

Div.

Last Name

Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Int. Int. Int. Int. Int. Int.

First

Pts.

Div.

Last Name

First

Pts.

Courtney Brock Cunningham Colt Runner Blake Vigil Tierra Hatter Bethanay Bowen Kade Bates Will Church Caden Bates Caleb Jarrett Tanner Hayes Blakelee Bilderback Lauren Rogers Donivan Moore Sadie Robbins Holden Green Brock Hutchison Brock

318 276 258 67 41 35 24 22 14 12 12 5 4 2 2 2 1

Int. Int. Int. Int. Int. Int. Int. Int. Int.

Christian Testerman Hill Cash Tyra Enyart Batt Symes Kidney

Allison Mylah Matthew Darci Jarret Dylan Tyler Paden Kyler

24 22 14 5 4 2 2 1 1

Blakley Reighly Chrz Abbey Green Katie Grossnicklaus Jake Guthrie Will Gould Jacob

309 229 135 124 49 49

Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Sheive Green Hatter Miller Hatter Will Butler Donaldson Woods Moore Rogers Newman Alexander

Lauren Sara Gwen Jessica Michael Jenna Koal Steven Gabrielle Dalton Kacey Calli Talon

389 304 54 49 45 23 22 15 6 5 5 2 1

First

Pts.

Overall Showmanship Points

Tim B Stidham, OCCA President

www.oklahomaclubcalfassociation.com

Note: According to OCCA Rules, winners of the “Overall Top 10 Exhibitors” are not eligible to compete for “District Awards”.

Div.

Last Name

First

1 2 3 4 5

Sheive Lauren Courtney Brock Blakley Reighly Green Sara Cunningham Colt

Pts.

Div.

Last Name

389 318 309 304 276

6 7 8 9 10

Runner Blake Chrz Abbey Green Katie Grossnicklaus Jake Vigil Tierra

258 229 135 124 67

OCCA Membership Application Name: ____________________________________________ Phone: ________________________ Email: ________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________ City: ___________________________ State: ______ Zip: ________________ Date of birth: _____________________ My School is: ___________________________________where I am a member of (circle one) 4-H or FFA FFA District (circle one)

Central

SE

SW

NE

NW

Have you shown beef cattle before April 1, 2007? (circle one)

In case you are presented an award, we need your jacket/pull-over size (circle one)

S

M

L

yes

no

XL

Who told you about OCCA (if anyone)? ____________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ (signature) I wish to participate in the following divisions: (circle) 1st family member fee: $35 (includes on division); then add $30 each division thereafter Steers Heifers Showmanship The 1st member also receives a 1-year free subscription to The Show Circuit magazine. You may add additional family members at a cost of $30 per division - Use one enrollment form per individual. Send application and check (payable to OCCA) to Erica Boyer, 1701 College Park Road, Claremore, OK 74017; 918-344-0622; email: ericasg@hotmailcom

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Heifer Points by Division

Top 15

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

American

Carter

Brock

SW

10

Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus

Courtney Green Green Heidiage Griffeth Butler Simon Blakley Rector Rector Strate Northcutt Strickland Wynn Cash

Brock Sara Katie Jessie Amarie Koal Dylan Reighly Benton Bryce JarRed Jonah McKenzie Morgan Darci

NE NE NE NE C NE NW NE C C NW C C SE NW

311 249 130 125 120 113 105 71 58 46 43 40 40 40 40

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Gould Bilderback Courtney Griffeth Hayes Will Cooper Chaney Candler Evans Blakley

C SW NE C SE NW NE C C SE NE

176 174 169 71 68 51 45 45 40 17 8

Braunvieh Friend Braunvieh Blakley

Echo Reighly

NE NE

51 20

Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin

Cunningham Colt Sheive Lauren Carter Bailey Laub Braden Roberts Sonya Cunningham Chance Moore Dalton

NE SW SW C NE NE NW

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

Chrz Bowen Smith Smith

Abbey Kade Cody Kydie

NW C C C

206 66 60 32

Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina

Hill Chrz Wood Runner Bowen Wood Woods Chaney Robbins Cooper Carter Miller Courtney Strate McLemore Grellner

Matthew Abbey Endy Blake Kade Avry Gabrielle Madison Holden Baylie Brock Daniel Brock JarRed Cobey Austin

SE NW SE NE C SE SE C NE NE SW NE NE NW SW C

181 171 165 155 144 142 137 106 99 98 97 90 83 78 70 70

Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine

Blakley Reighly Wood Endy Courtney Brock Grossnicklaus Jake McPeak Jori Will Jenna Coggins Macee Wood Avry Coffey Sarah Pittman Beth Green Katie Runner Blake Jarrett Tyler Chrz Abbey Townsend Britton

Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc. Commerc.

Sheive Lauren Chaney Madison Green Sara Chrz Abbey Miller Jessica Robbins Holden Kade Bowen Courtney Brock Christian Allison Green Katie Kuykendall Chandee Hill Matthew Griswold Macy Rogers Kacey Alexander Katie

SW C NE NW NW NE C NE C NE NE SE C NW SW

469 195 193 125 101 96 92 91 73 70 65 63 60 59 54

MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer MTainer

Coggins Grellner Blakley Nelson Wood Strate Candler Spears Price Wessels Will Green Virgil McPeak Grellner

Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus

Gelbvieh Gelbvieh

Enyart Enyart

NE NE

70 52

Lane Dylan

Jacob Lauren Brock Amarie Blakelee Jenna Baylie Madison Caden Brooke Reighly

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

320 227 103 55 36 20 16

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

Buser Woods Buser Jones Cash Hatter Grellner McQuary Chrz Kidney Jarrett Jarrett Griswold Buser Moore

T.J. Gabrielle Tyler Colby Darci Michael Austin Caleb Abbey Kyler Tanner Tyler Macy Tyler Sadie

NW SE NW SE NW NW C NE NW C SE SE C NW NW

224 212 155 136 110 77 69 29 20 20 16 10 10 10 6

NE SE NE SW NE NW NE SE SE NW NE NE SE NW NE

268 216 115 99 98 88 80 70 70 42 40 30 20 20 12

X Shorthorn Thompson Raylyn X Shorthorn Runner Blake X Shorthorn Grellner Austin X Shorthorn Clark Halie X Shorthorn Hatter Gwen X Shorthorn Christensen Audrey X Shorthorn Wessels Brooke X Shorthorn Grellner Jacob X Shorthorn Green Sara X Shorthorn Carter Bailey Dalton X Shorthorn Moore X Shorthorn Green Brock X Shorthorn Moore Sadie X Shorthorn McQuary Caleb X Shorthorn Hull Chasey

NE NE C SW NW C NW C NE SW NW NE NW NE SE

379 241 143 133 83 73 67 46 45 40 37 15 10 10 3

Macee Jacob Reighly Hannah Avry JarRed Caden Candace Blaze Brooke Jenna Sara Tierra Jori Austin

NE C NE SW SE NW C NE SE NW NW NE C NE C

238 138 121 106 100 86 70 66 36 36 35 22 18 18 16

Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Griswold Standridge Standridge Bowen Coffey Bates McPeak Alexander Hurst

C C C C SE NE NE SW SW

233 65 30 21 20 18 16 15 9

Guthrie Nelson Hutchison Nelson

Will John Brock Hannah

NW SW NW SW

359 136 96 12

Salers

Stewart

Jenna

NW

110

St. Gert.

Griffith

Hadley

C

30

% Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm % Simm

Strickland McKenzie Virgil Tierra Standridge Allie Grossnicklaus Jake Hurst Savanna Standridge Rex Bowen Kade Bates Caleb Bates Will Coffey Sarah Candler Caden Northcutt Lucas Simon Dylan Chaney Madison Hill Matthew

C C C SW SW C C NE NE SE C C NW C SE

453 126 110 108 94 75 70 69 64 61 50 50 48 46 40

Macy Rex Allie Kade Sarah Will Jori Katie Savanna

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Steers Points by Division Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus

Chaney Blakley Bulling Spears Cato Dudark Weldon Thorp Buss Symes Earnhart

Madison Reighly Bryce Candace Kolby Trevor Brys Jessica Cody Paden Sidney

C NE NW NE SE SW NE NW NW SW SW

243 230 100 67 41 40 30 20 10 8 6

Braunvieh Daley Braunvieh Runner

Jacob Blake

NE NE

30 30

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

Buser Starks Bowen Maker Chrz Dudark Spears Baker Strickland Brassfield Travis

T.J. Macy Kade Dustin Abbey Trevor Candace Kody Colton Sam Blaine

NW NW C C NW SW NE SW NE NE NE

87 82 62 56 35 30 26 25 20 6 3

Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina

Stults Cato Batt Buser Spears Bonham Thompson Thorp Baker Hatter Chaney Jones Steele Maker Isball Thrasher Strickland Symes Wynn Clark

Ryan Kolby Tyler Tyler Candace Baylor Raylyn Jessica Kody Michael Madison Colby J.D Dustin Kylee Scott McKenzie Paden Morgan Halie

C SE SW NW NE C NE NW SW NW C SE NE C SW NW C SW SE SW

333 123 112 84 83 76 73 59 56 41 40 32 22 20 20 20 12 10 10 6

Baylor Lauren

C SW

200 150

Crossbred Bonham Crossbred Sheive

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Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred

Thrasher Standridge Earnhart Strickland Baker Bulling Batt Church Hudgins Downey Wynn Chaney Buss Isbell Townsend Standridge Standridge Strickland Hatter Dudark Symes

Scott Allie Sidney McKenzie Kody Bryce Tyler Caden Garrett Dillion Morgan Madison Cody Kylee Britton Rex Garrett Colton Michael Trevor Paden

NW C SW C SW NW SW SW NE C SE C NW SW NE C C NE NW SW SW

86 66 46 45 45 40 40 30 28 20 20 20 20 20 18 10 10 10 6 6 3

Maine Maine Maine Maine

Courtney Stults Bulling Evans

Brock Ryan Bryce Ashton

NE C NW SE

30 26 20 10

Salers Salers Salers

Testerman Mylah Symes Paden Standridge Garrett

SW SW C

80 43 32

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

Chrz Wood Strickland Hatter Starks Bonham Jones Cullum Buser Beal Earnhart Townsend

Abbey Avry Mckenzie Michael Macy Baylor Colby Julie T.J. Laramie Sidney Britton

NW SE C NW NW C SE SE NW SE SW NE

234 90 80 66 20 20 20 13 12 12 10 3

Gelbvieh Gelbvieh

Travis Symes

Blaine Paden

NE SW

20 10

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Will Davis Strickland Dillard Strickland Hudgins Spears Wood Cullum

Jenna Dakota McKenzie Jaden Colton Garrett Candace Endy Julie

NW NE C NW NE NE NE SE SE

100 70 50 40 30 30 30 10 10

Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin

Blakley Sheive Testerman Arthur McQuay Northcutt Isball Church Baker Strickland Cato

Reighly Lauren Blair Madyson Caleb Jonah Kylee Caden Kody McKenzie Kolby

NE SW SW SW NE C SW SW SW C SE

311 205 196 60 36 26 20 12 10 10 6

Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Spears Candace Hudgins Garrett Strickland McKenzie Earnhart Sidney Travis Blaine Symes Paden Cato Kolby Weldon Brys Stults Ryan Prignitz Conner Chrz Abbey Chaney Madison Wood Avry Thompson Raylyn Brooks Colyn Will Jenna Tyra Jarett Northcutt Lucas Thorp Jessica Bulling Bryce Bonham Baylor Steele Joseph Courtney Brock Grossnicklas Jake

NE NE C SW NE SW SE NE C NW NW C SE NE SW NW SW C NW NW C NE NE SW

122 98 80 74 71 67 65 64 58 50 40 40 36 30 30 28 28 26 26 20 20 12 10 8

Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine

Hudgins Batt Dudark Travis Downey Chaney Townsend

Garrett Tyler Trevor Blaine Dillion Madison Britton

NE SW SW NE C C NE

245 126 100 58 50 43 35


Note: According to OCCA Rules, winners of the “Overall Top 10 Exhibitors” are not eligible to compete for “District Awards”.

Heifers

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Brock Lauren Abbey Reighly Sara McKenzie Blake Endy Kade Madison

NE SW NW NE NE C NE SE C C

Courtney Sheive Chrz Blakley Green Strickland Runner Wood Bowen Chaney

769 696 542 524 509 493 436 426 393 392

Top Novice Heifer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Gabrielle Dylan Caleb Will Braden Bryce Hadley

SE NW NE NE C C C

Woods Simon Bates Bates Laub Rector Griffith

380 163 102 82 78 46 30

Steers

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Reighly Ryan Garrett Madison Lauren Candace Baylor Abbey Tyler Mckenzie

NE C NE C SW NE SW NW SW C

Blakley Stults Hudgins Chaney Sheive Spears Bonham Chrz Batt Strickland

541 417 401 386 355 328 316 309 278 277

Top Novice Steer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4

Brys Dakota Jarret Sam

NE NE SW NE

Weldon Davis Tyra Brassfield

94 70 28 6

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors by Region

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Griswold Grellner Griffith Candler Grellner Standridge Gould Virgil Standridge Christian

Macy Austin Amarie Caden Jacob Allie Jacob Tierra Rex Allison

C C C C C C C C C C

303 298 241 229 184 178 176 164 140 123

6 7 8 9 10

Buser Simon Wessels Rogers Stewart

Tyler Dylan Brooke Kacey Jenna

NW NW NW NW NW

165 163 138 119 110

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Thompson Coggins Cunningham Green Robbins Heidiage Cooper McPeak Butler Bates

Raylyn Macee Colt Katie Holden Jessie Baylie Jori Koal Caleb

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

379 368 320 250 195 175 143 132 119 102

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Woods Wood Hill Coffey Jones Hayes Hull Wynn Hull Price

Gabrielle Avry Matthew Sarah Colby Blakelee Chasey Morgan Holiday Blaze

SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE

380 312 290 151 136 68 65 60 40 36

1 2 3 4 5

Guthrie Cash Buser Strate Will

Will Darci T.J. Jarred Jenna

NW NW NW NW NW

359 235 224 207 174

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Grossnicklaus Jake Nelson Hannah Bilderback Lauren Clark Hailie Brock Carter Carter Bailey Nelson John Hurst Savanna Alexander Katie McLemore Cobey

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

219 191 174 169 163 143 136 103 102 90

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors by Region

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 1 3 4 5 6 6 8

Downey Maker Standridge Bowen Standridge Northcutt Northcutt Standridge

Dillion Dustin Allie Kade Garrett Lucas Jonah Rex

C C C C C C C C

76 76 66 62 42 26 26 10

6 7 8 9 10

Starks Buser Buser Prignitz Dillard

Marcy T.J. Tyler Conner Jaden

NW NW NW NW NW

102 99 84 50 40

1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 9

Travis Thompson Weldon Davis Strickland Townsend Courtney McQuay Daley Runner

Blaine Raylyn Brys Dakota Colton Britton Brock Caleb Jacob Blake

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

152 103 94 70 60 56 40 36 30 30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7

Cato Wood Jones Wynn Cullum Beal Wood Evans

Kolby Avry Colby Morgan Julie Laramie Endy Ashton

SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE

235 126 52 30 23 12 10 10

1 2 3 4 5

Bulling Will Hatter Thrasher` Thorp

Bryce Jenna Michael Scott Jessica

NW NW NW NW NW

180 128 113 106 105

1 2 3 4 4 6 7 7 9 10

Testerman Dudark Symes Earnheart Baker Testerman Isball Arthur Church Brooks

Blair Trevor Paden Sidney Kody Mylah Kylee Madyson Caden Colyn

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

196 176 141 136 136 80 60 60 42 30

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Kansas Club Calf Association

Kansas if 150 years old this year! This is a great year for our state and for the KCCA! We have a new group with new ideas, new contests, new Junior Directors, new Adult Directors, and a membership of over 95 young people at this time. Let’s go for 150 members, just like the age of our state! Memberships will be available at all the upcoming shows, so kids can sign up at a show and start accumulating points. There are several shows in each of our districts and more coming in every day. Therefore, with the top six shows counting for your year-ends, you wouldn’t have to travel very far to be competitive in the yearend standings. Please get all your county calf tag numbers to Bobbi Shrum as soon as possible, so that your steers and market heifers can be identified properly in the point listings. This is mandatory! If you do not have tags yet, send them as soon as you get them. If your county doesn’t have their tags yet, please tag your animals with some type of identification tag and send the KCCA that information. The following information is requested: • Name of Animal, registered name or your own “barn name” • Breed of Animal • Age of Animal, month and year of birth at least • County Identification tag or ID used for State Fair, etc. • Name of Member who owns that animal We are currently listing calves by breed and weights in the point systems, but this will not be efficient later in the year. In order to get credit for your points, you MUST have your calves properly identified. Scholarship Speech & Essay Contest - This division of our association is currently being organized and put into effect. Rules and information will be posted by August 2011. The contest will be held at the same time as the year-end banquet and awards assembly. All juniors and seniors in high schoool should be thinking about this opportunity. Please keep check the KCCA website continually to monitor your points listing. We are striving to make sure that all the points are correct, but we appreciate your help. If you have questions or comments, contact Bobbi Shrum. Bobbi Shrum, KCCA Executive Director - bobbi@olivierranch.com - 580-541-7750

www.kansasclubcalfassociation.org

Coming Events Sunday, May 1 Olivier Ranch Outlaw Showdown Saturday, May 7 Barber Co Spring Show Cherokee County Spring Show

Saturday, May 14 Kingman County Spring Show Saturday, May 21 Comanche Spring Show Monday, May 30 Cowboy Classic Spring Show

Showmanship Senior Shipman, Reid Goetzman, Brett

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PointS 5 3

interMediate Allen, Logan Goetzman

PointS 5 3

Junior Goetzman, Tyler

PointS 5


Kansas Club Calf Association Breeding anguS

Hall Dickerson Flory Shipman Frederick Hall Draper Olivier Steckline Nikkel Allen

Shelby Grady Mackenzie Reid Brandon Shelby Chance Brandon Blane Taylor Courtney

CharolaiS

Dickerson Eidson Dickerson Eidson

Chianina

Olivier Ediger Deal Goetzman Allen Ediger Shenk Waechter Goering Dieball Gaines Lambert Nikkel Draper Goering Loomis

Ethan Tara Grady Tara

Brandon Quentin Katy Brett Logan Layton Easton Karlton Trenton Taylor Devon Paige Ben Chance Trenton Justin

20 18 15 15 12 12 10 10 10 6 4 23 15 10 5 80 55 30 29 25 25 25 25 25 21 20 15 13 12 10 10

Market anguS

Montgomery Ty Orler Paige

CharolaiS

Schotte Steckline Deal Eidson Frederick Bair Edson

Chianina

Goering Bair Michaelis Steinlicht Lambert

anguS

Garten Shapland Couchman McDaniel McDaniel

11 5

Hadley Blane Katy Skylar Brandon Britt Skylar

20 20 10 9 8 6 3

Taylor Dylan Mandy Garrett Daniel

43 20 18 15 1

Raine Kelsie Colborn Ian Ian

6 6 5 5 3

www.kansasclubcalfassociation.org Smith Hannah Penning Montgomery Little Shenk Montgomery Loomis Deal

Mercedes Cole Keenan Ty Cade Easton Ty Sarah Katy

CoMMerCial

Ediger Carpenter Deal Nikkel Cargill Carpenter Eidson Goering Goering Hannah Carpenter Paz Goering Nikkell Shipman Lambert McDaniel Penning Lambert

Layton Clay Katy Ben Sierra Clay Skylar Taylor Taylor Cole Clay Cassidy Trenton Taylor Reid Paige Ian Keenan Daniel

CoMPoSite Char.

Steckline Dickerson Dickerson

Blane Jayce Ethan

found. SiMM.

9 6 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 30 25 13 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 2 11 10 4

Hannah Michaelis

gelbvieh

Ladner

liMouSin

Gum Gum Bayless Tenpenny Gum Smith Loschke Allen Bacon Draper Prill

liMouSin

gelbvieh

Shelby

20

hereford

Hutchison Hagans Hutchison Eidson Larson Prill

Shelby Kate Shelby Tarra Courtney Lauren

44 30 29 23 23 20

Kaylee Tyler Erin Alexa Kaylee Mercedes

24 18 15 10 5 3

Madison Logan Tyler Braden Lauren

22 15 10 10 5

16 8 3

11 5

Hutchison

41 15 10 10 8 5

Chandler Chandler Shelby

Ladner Ladner Hutchinson

35 18 18 15 11 10 8 8 5

Lauren Devin Morgan Shelby Devin Shelby

37 33 20 15 15 14 12 10 5

3 1

Clay Isaac Ian Taylor Taylor Brandon Morgan Logan Ryan

Edwards Gum

Taylor Chance Jake Sarah Ty Lauren Patrick Cole Lauren

Janessa Courtney

CroSSbred

10

Dieball Little Nikkel Loomis Montgomery Frederick Lambert Hannah Prill

McDaniel Allen

Carpenter Deffenbaugh McDaniel Coen Goering Frederick Gaines Schrag Goetzman

Chandler

Mainetainer

11

Rylie Reid

Smith McDaniel

Maine-anJou

Ben

CoMMerCial

10 10

hereford

Prill McClayland Gaines Hutchison McClayland Hutchison

Nikkel

Edwards Shipman

Cole Britt

Smith Shapland Steckline Gum

Mercedes Kelsie Blane Tyler

Maine-anJou

Couchman Goering Shipman Edwards Nikkel Coen Schrag

Colborn Trenton Reid Rylie Taylor Taylor Logan

Mainetainer

Nikkel

Taylor

Market heifer

Ediger Nikkel McDaniel Gum Garten

Layton Ben Janessa Kaylee Raine

16 11 10 5 15 15 13 10 10 6 1 3 40 15 11 10 8

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Mercedes Ian

5 3

Rylie Kaylee

6 5

red anguS

Ward

Zane

Shorthorn

Nikkel Goetzman Goetzman Draper Schrag Drouhard Ediger Allen

Jake Jenna Ryan Braden Logan Dylan Quentin Courtney

ShorthornPluS

Goetzman Cargill Griffin Schrag Goetzman Loomis

Tyler Sierra Shaelyn Logan Tyler Justin

SiMMental

20 36 24 19 16 10 8 5 3 31 16 13 10 4 3

Dickerson Olivier Goetzman Sylvester Loomis Loomis Sylvester Sylvester

Grady Brandon Brett Joelle Justin Sarah Joelle Ethan

35 25 8 8 5 5 5 3

Goering Loomis

Trenton Justin

8 5

Shorthorn

Hagans Larson Goetzman Bair Shenk Bacon McDaniel Shenk

Kate Cydney Jenna Dylan Easton Tyler Ian Easton

ShorthornPluS

Deffenbaugh Bair Goetzman Goering

Isaac Dylan Ryan Trenton

SiMMental

Goering Hagans Goetzman Goering Gaines

Taylor Kate Tyler Taylor Devon

30 29 20 13 12 10 10 3 21 20 10 5 41 23 17 10 5

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OhioBeefExpo

March 18-20, 2011 Columbus, Ohio Judge: Randy Mullinix, Toulon, Ill.

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Sam Grauer.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

3rd Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Victoria Trbovich.

4th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Clark.

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5th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Boyert.


OhioBeefExpo

March 18-20, 2011 Columbus, Ohio Judge: Brig Stewart, Washington, Kan.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Danielle Heintz.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Tyler Heintz.

3rd Overall & Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heintz.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Paige Siefring.

5th Overall & Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Pugh.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Alexander.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Caitlin Decker.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Candace Muir.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Austin Garner.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Buhrow.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kady Davis.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Christen Braat.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Grimes.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Clayton Boyert.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Brandee Painter.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Dana Ward.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Clayton Wildermuth.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Samantha Norman.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Caleb Potter.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Austin Trbovich.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Keaton Cunningham.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Nathan Cavanaugh.

MARKET

Animals

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Logan Trbovich.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Richard Bolden.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Andy Sloan.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Malania Birney.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Lauren Ott.

Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kylee Shafer.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Sarah Klehm.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Pugh.

Champion Div. 4 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Brooke Bumgardner.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Mackenzie Shuey.

Champion Div. 5 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jessica Harsh.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Campbell. Photo Not Available: Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jillian Adams. Reserve Champion Div. 5 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Mariah Bovee.

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OhioBeefExpo


BuckeyeClassic

April 2-3, 2011 Dover, Ohio Judge: James Thompson

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Alexander.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Moore.

4th Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Simpson.

5th Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Harsh.

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BuckeyeClassic

April 2-3, 2011 Dover, Ohio Judge: James Thompson

GRAND

MARKET

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

Reserve Grand Champion & ReserveChampion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Pugh.

3rd Overall & 3rd Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Carter Smith.

4th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Keaton Cunningham.

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5th Overall & 4th Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Amber Shoemaker.


BuckeyeClassic

April 2-3, 2011 Dover, Ohio Judge: Jeremy Barbour

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Simpson.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

3rd Overall & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Alexander.

4th Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Harsh.

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Lydia Dance.

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BuckeyeClassic

April 2-3, 2011 Dover, Ohio Judge: Jeremy Barbour

GRAND

MARKET

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Pugh.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

3rd Overall & 3rd Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jacob Jones.

4th Overall & 4th Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt.

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5th Overall & 5th Place Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Sam Grauer.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Angus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Lindsey Pugh.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Bethany Enos.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer (A), exhibited by Brittanie Poole.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer (B), exhibited by Keaton Potter.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Hunter Smith.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Madison Jones.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Garner.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer (B), exhibited by Dillon Stertzbach.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Jerisyn Gilliam.

Reserve ShorthornPlus Heifer (A) & Champion (B), exhibited by Madison Jones.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer (A), exhibited by Kameron Wise.

Champion Simmental Heifer (B), exhibited by Cole Liggett.

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Christen Braat.

Reserve Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer (B), exhibited by Lane Manning.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion AOB Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Sarah Johnson.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer (B), exhibited by Dwight Hamilton.

Champion Angus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Brandee Painter.

Champion Chianina Steer (A&B), exhibited by Hali Lake.

Champion Hereford Steer (A), exhibited by Keayla Harr.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer (A), exhibited by Alexis Stitzlein.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Trbovich.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer (A), exhibited by Ashley Peter.

Champion Shorthorn Steer (B), exhibited by Nathan Cavanaugh.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Richard Bolden.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer (A), exhibited by Logan Trbovich.

Champion Simmental Steer (A&B), exhibited by Malania Birney.

Champion AOB Steer (A&B), exhibited by Cole Hiser.

Champion Market Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Alivia Trbovich.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Austin Schneder.

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BigRedBeefShow

March 27, 2011 York, Neb.

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Beau Bremer.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jesse Hoblyn.

3rd Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Michelle Keyes.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Burke.

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Rylee Stoltz.

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BigRedBeefShow

March 27, 2011 York, Neb.

GRAND

MARKET

Ring A

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Jesse Hoblyn.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson.

4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Beau Bremer.

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5th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jessie Rudolph.


BigRedBeefShow

March 27, 2011 York, Neb.

GRAND

BREEDING

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Logan Plate.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kane Aegerter.

3rd Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Rylee Stoltz.

4th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Jacelyn Heinrich.

5th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Stoltz.

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BigRedBeefShow

March 27, 2011 York, Neb.

GRAND

MARKET

Ring B

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Peterson.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Jesse Hoblyn.

3rd Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Cody Harms.

Photo Not Available

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4th Overall & Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Beau Bremer.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Malina Linstrom.


BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer (B), exhibited by Jennifer Keyes.

Champion Charolais Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Jeht Stateler.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Tori Meysenburg.

Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Levi Farr.

Champion Hereford Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kelsie Musil.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer (A), exhibited by Levi Farr.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer (B), exhibited by Jefferson Keller.

Champion Limousin Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Korynn Clason.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Neleigh Gehl.

Champion Red Angus Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kole Berke.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Cassie Hoblyn.

Champion Simmental Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Kole Berke.

Champion Found. Simm. Heifer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Michael Smedra.

Reserve Found. Simm. Heifer (A) & Champion (B), exhibited by Isabelle Schultz.

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BANNERS&backdrops

MARKET

Steers

Champion Angus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Savannah Schafer.

Champion Hereford Steer (A) & Reserve (B), exhibited by Levi Farr.

Reserve Hereford Steer (A) & Champion (B), exhibited by Quinn Rutt.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer (A&B), exhibited by Isabelle Schultz.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer (B), exhibited by Kodi Gehl.

Champion Market Heifer (A&B), exhibited by Stephanie Kersten.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer (A), exhibited by Cassie Hoblyn.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer (B), exhibited by Kodi Gehl.

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Class Winner 2011 Oklahoma Youth Expo Home Run Daughter

NatioNWide Sale

PRoduCtioN Sale

June 11 at 11 a.m. June 11 at 1 p.m. • 100 6-year-old Hampshire ewes (daughters of 118-98, Cash, Son-O-Gun, Popgun, and others) • 100 head yearling Hampshire ewes • 20 head Shropshire yearling and 6-year-old ewes • 20 head of Rams

Please join us! Call Riley at 580-445-6240 for more info. 2011 Ram lambs for sale at the farm.

22220 E1010 Rd. • Arapaho, Oklahoma 73620 • cabanissok.tripod.com • cabanissok@itlnet.net • Riley: 580-445-6240 • Norman Cabaniss: 580-445-7553 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Ohio

1. Achor Club Lambs Bruce Achor 12350 SR 134 Martinsville, OH 45146 (937) 685-6561 Brood ewes, rams, ewe lambs, late wethers for sale privately 2. Stitzlein Club Lambs Mike Stitzlein 797 Co. Rd. 1754 Ashland, OH 44805 (417) 289-9520 3. Wildman Club Lambs Ben & Peg Wildman 4570 Cortsville Rd. Cedarville, OH 54314 (937) 766-1321 4. H&F Club Lambs, Club Goats & Livestock Guard Dogs Bob & Darlene Hare 10626 Fincastle-Winchester Rd. Winchester, OH 45697 (937) 695-0340 5. Miller Club Lambs Tom, Debbi, Charlie & Claire 2613 Bardshar Rd. Castalia, OH 44824 (419) 625-9384 Grand Lamb, 1999 Ohio St. Fair

6. Johnson Show Lambs Alan & Christy Johnson 767 S. Wenger Rd. Dalton, OH 44618 (330) 857-0500

Indiana

1. Slack’s Suffolks Tom & Val Slack 1022 W 1300 N N. Manchester, IN 46962 (260) 982-8714 (260) 982-1391 2. Dyer Club Lambs, Scott Dyer 834 E. Co. Rd. 1250 N Chrisney, IN 47611 (812) 457-0320 Visits & inquiries welcome.

Illinois

1. Ellerbrock Club Lambs Brad & Lisa Ellerbrock (309) 936-7515 13383 E 2000 St. Atkinson, IL 61235 Jeff & Kelly Ellerbrock 20082 N. 1450 Atkinson, IL 61235 (309) 936-7639 (309) 944-7331 Visits & inquiries always welcome 2. Gresher-Fisher Show Stock Ontarioville, IL (630) 837-7227 (630) 220-3743 gvcssi@sbcglobal.net www.gvcssi.com

Wisconsin

1. Impact Hamps, Brian Reilly 17435 Cty W Shullsburg, WI 53586 Home (608) 596-2120 Cell (608) 482-2697

Iowa

1. McIlrath Show Lambs Sam McIlrath, Laurel, IA 50141 Harold (641) 476-3405 Sam (641) 476-5125

2. Schminke Club Lambs Al & Kandy Schminke 6641 24th Ave. Van Horne, IA 52346 (319) 223-5352 Show lambs and breeding stock schminkelivestock@msn.com 3. Cedarcrest Club Lambs Craig & Neal Smith 0955 160th St., Stanwood, IA 52337 (563) 942-3931 4. Hindman Show Lambs Mike Hindman 1648 640th Ave. Albia, IA 52531 Home (641) 932-3635 Cell (515) 491-7829 hindmanlamb@iowatelecom.net 5. Fastert Farms John & Sally Fastert 1148 Indian Ave. Rock Rapids, IA 51246 Home (712) 472-2296 Cell (712) 470-0587 6. Franz Farms Todd & M.K. Franz RR1, Box 165 Bingham Lake, MN 56118 (507) 678-2347 www.franzfarms.com Located 35 mi. from Iowa border 7. Wright Club Lambs BJ & Krystal Wright 409 State St. Scanton, IA 51462 (712) 830-6128 bwright75@hotmail.com Show lambs & breeding stock

Nebraska

1. Lincoln Creek Suffolks Andy & Bonnie Jensen 1407 W. 16 Rd. Aurora, NE 68818 (402) 694-3936 (402) 694-6396 aandb@hamilton.net

Kansas

1. Mein Club Lambs 167 W 650 Ave. Girard, KS 66743 (620) 724-6512

Oklahoma

1. Johnson Club Lambs Bradley & Brian Johnson Gotebo, OK 73041 (580) 639-2336 Great selection of private treaty lambs 2. Cabaniss Club Lambs Joe (580) 323-2802 Riley (580) 323-9089 RR 1, Box 19 Arapahoe, OK 73620

Colorado

1. Barr Club Lambs 2023 Overton Rd. Pueblo, CO 81008 Work (719) 542-6075 Home (719) 542-7260 Fax (719) 542-6010 clublambpage.com/Barr

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Many time Champion for the Vickland Family in Colorado. Sired by Point taken!

The Proof Is In!

HigH SellerS in 2010 Sire: Heat Seeker • Dam: Whiplash $42,500 ...................... Dave Guyer BD: 3.7.2007 • BW: 95 lbs. $21,000 .................... Russell Hurst Polled/Scurred Semen: $25, available through major distributors. $19,750 .......................Shea Geffert Collected at Nichols Cryogenetics. Famous for high-quality semen!

$15,500 ....................... Dave Guyer $15,000 ...........................Holt Bros. $12,750 ..... Kelly Cattle Company $11,000 ..............................Bob May

And... 7 Point Taken bred

heifers averaged $4,816 in the 2011 Right Direction Female Sale! Kelly Cattle Co. Dallas Center, Iowa • 515-208-2839 PHil neWendyKe Sterline, Illinois • 309-644-1810 BoB may SHoW SteerS Mineral Point, Wisconsin • 608-778-9804 or 608-987-2579

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JaCKhammEr is an excellent choice to use as an outcross to the Trump, Double Stuff and Kool lines. He is a square hipped, deep bodied, wide topped, and heavy-muscled bull. A structurally correct bull with awesome hair and extra bone. A free moving bull with a super disposition. BW: 84 • SirE: K-Kim Baseline • Dam: 3F Red Velvet • thF, PhaF SEmEN: $20/unit • $15/certificate Semen available at all major distributors. NolaN Family ShorthorNS 710 Hesse Rd. • Mendon, Ohio 45862 phone: 419-953-8371

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semen: $25/uniT

Available from all major distributors. Who Da Man X Emerald Lady 138M by Meyer 734 TH-Free & PHA-Free Born April 2010 | Scurred | BW 85 lbs.

dsul

The best son of one of the best cows in show business! His dam is the $65,000 record top-seller of the Frozen Gold, and his full sister might be better. This is the Who Da Man son you’ve been waiting for with all of the power, style, and structure we love and the THF/PHAF profile you need to fix your problem cows. Call now for best availability! Bainridge donor 11T The 2008 ACA National Reserve Champion Chi Female. Full sister to Man Up Dan Sullivan • Hillsboro, TX 254-582-7096 •254-582-0814 www.sullivanranch.net Bainridge/THrg emerald lady 138m Dam of DSUL Man Up

Winegardner ShoW Cattle Lima, Ohio • bmwinegardner@yahoo.com Brad: 419-303-3399 •Tyler: 419-236-4375

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Semen: $25

Sire: Heat Wave son Dam: Who Made Who THC • PHAF BW: 86 pounds DOB: March 2010 Raised by: John and Mike Knowles

Owners:

John Knowles: 641-344-4013 Brad Ewing: 641-895-8070

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EPDs: CE

BW

WW

YW

MCE

MILK

MWW

CW

-.8

26

60

6

19

-2.6

YG

MB

.16 .37

BF

REA

.03 -.29

API

TI

108

64

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Who Made Who plus Meyer 734 plus 602 (Spur Emulious Master) = Simple math!

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w: 77 lbs unassist

•b PHA/ TH Free • r) te as M s u lio mu 4 x 602 (Spur E

32 Meyer 73

ho x H8 Who Made W

Owners:

KrouPa GeneticS Greg Kroupa & Family • White Lake, South Dakota cell: 605-730-2525 BoySel GeneticS Shane Boysel & Family • Zanesfield, Ohio cell: 937-539-1545 Semen: $25 • Through owners or major distributors.

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P89 — Full SiSter to SimPle math

Who Made Who x H832 Meyer 734 x 602 (Spur Emulious Master) 1/3 interest in P89 sold for $30,000

h832 — Dam oF SimPle math, P89, anD amen

Her four remaining flushmates averaged $13,750, ALL from the same flush! You do the math, really it is that simple!


Walks Alone x Donor 159 Kroupa/Boysel dob: May 2010 • bw: 83 lbs. unassisted bred by: Boysel/Kroupa

OWNERS Garwood Cattle Co. llC Columbiana, Ohio Justin Garwood: 330-921-8116 Boysel GenetiCs Zanesfield, Ohio shane Boysel: 937-539-1545 MiMMs Cattle Hereford, Texas Mike Mimms, DVM: 806-344-5016 Kroupa GenetiCs White Lake, South Dakota Greg Kroupa: 605-730-2525

true Grit’s DAM Donor 159 (Mojo x Charolais)

Grey Goose Son of Donor 159

LecLAir Donor Friction x Donor 159

true Grit’s sire Walks Alone

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orn and raised in Miller, SD, Nick Reimann now ranches as part of the family-owned and -operated Reimann Ranches, along with his wife

Kyrstin and their six-month-old son Croix, parents Kent and Nora, and brother Barry and his wife Jill. Reimann Ranches began the old fashioned way - from the lowest rung on the success ladder. Reimann’s grandfather, Don, worked with the Jennings brothers (Ted and Clayton, of the originally operated Hylan Angus operation located near Highmore, SD), gaining valuable experience working with such a high-

(L-R): Kyrstin, Nick, Croix, Kent, Nora, Barry, & Jill Reimann

quality registered Angus herd. In the 1940’s, Don began to invest in land and purchased cattle, eventually establishing the headquarters of Reimann Ranches in Ree Heights, SD, where the Reimann family produced and bred mostly commercial Angus cattle. In time, the Reimann Ranches cattle business began to flourish. Don’s son, Kent, attended college and played football at Moorhead State University in Minnesota, and in 1979 he returned home to assist his father, later purchasing land himself and expanding the operation, while raising a family with his wife, Nora, which consisted of their sons, Nick and Barry.

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Approximately 13 years ago, the ownership of the Reimann cattle transitioned from father to son. Kent is the main manager of the operation, while Don retained ownership of the land. At the same time, Reimann Ranches began to integrate the breeding and raising of show cattle due to young Barry and Nick’s interest in club calves. “It’s a lot more work,” said Kent when comparing raising commercial cattle to show cattle. “It’s not for everyone. It involves a lot more management – embryo work became huge, as well as time spent in deciding breeding selection, marketing, and preparing for sales.” Although the workload almost doubled by incorporating club calves, Kent still pushed his sons to leave the farm and gain experience in the cattle industry outside of the home

Kent, Nick, and Barry Reimann pictured here on their annual “decision day,” when they choose which heifers to keep and sell. operations, hiring external help to keep the business functioning. Older son Nick sought his education in Oklahoma at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) and Oklahoma State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Agri-Business. Barry attended college at South Dakota State University, where he also earned a degree in Agri-Business. Following his education, Barry settled in Marion, SD, where he worked as a grain merchandiser for one of the largest ethanol companies in the state. Eventually, Barry and Nick both returned home, working and contributing a variety of skills that today keep Reimann Ranches successful and thriving. Founder Don still remains the cornerstone of the outfit, making often trips from his home in

Miller, SD, to the headquarters to oversee operations and work with his children and grandchildren. In 2007, Nick purchased an additional farm just a few miles away from the ranch headquarters, which currently operates as a show barn, expanding marketability by adding the extra space and an optimal location. Today, Reimann Ranches accounts for just under 12,000 acres while running morean than 1,000 cows. In addition, the Reimann family puts up 6,000 round bales every summer and maintains their grain operaion, rotating wheat, corn, and soybeans annually. “It’s always intense. There’s always something breaking down that you have to adjust

your usual practices to account for,” said Nick. “But if you want to be successful, you need to hit the ground running every morning, no matter if you’re cleaning, clipping, whatever – there’s always a season.”

road to success The pieces involved in the success of Reimann Ranches didn’t fit together all at once. Nick attributes a majority of his success to his opportunities as a young man. Growing up on the operation’s headquarters, he was surrounded by commercial cattle from an early age. He didn’t become involved with show cattle until he was was 4-H-age, helping fit his friends’ 4-H calves, eventually following the show cattle circuit more extensively with his own calves. As a youngster, Nick began to learn to perform Artificial Insemination (AI) principles. Though he had interest in other livestock species, his focus on the cattle industry never wavered from the beginning. “When you start building something from the ground up, you want to make ev-

between the pages erything better each year,” expressed Nick. “After a while, it’s all you know. Call it specializing, call it passion, call it whatever you want – I just focus on trying to make this year better than last year.” His curiosity piqued by the details behind AI-ing, when he was 13 years old Nick attended an AI school at Genex in Yankton, SD. Later that spring, he used his newfound knowledge by AI-ing all of the heifers on the ranch. By that time Nick had learned there was a vast difference between commercial cattle and club calves, especially in feeding and fitting. Nick spent a lot of time observing seasoned fitters. “Nobody really taught me how to clip. I think I spent more time on the show stick scratching calves and watching my friends do the work in those early days,” admits Nick. Eager for learning, he watched closely as his friends Chad Forman and Bob Bruns worked on high-quality show calves for Greg Kroupa of White Lake, SD. As time went by, Nick gradually segued into working on the cattle himself, developing his own skills and style. His experience and careful precision with his clipping techniques earned him a spot clipping for Bob May Show Steers. “It was an honor to be able to help and work for cattlemen of such stature when I was at such a young age,” recalls Nick. “To me, it was a bigger honor than a paycheck – when you’re at such a high caliber operation as Bob May’s. They don’t ask just anyone to help clip for them.” After graduating from high school, Nick was offered a livestock judging scholarship at NEO, where he remained for two years judging under Jerry Douglas. Here, he cultivated strong bonds with fellow cattle enthusiasts, many of which he still has to this day. After finisheding at NEO, Nick went on to attend Oklahoma State. It was during this time that Nick met John Griswold of Griswold Cattle Company in Stillwater, Okla. From the initial introduction, Griswold took Reimann under his wing, allowing him the use of his facilities and mentoring him through his endeavors for the following five years. Nick attributes the meeting as fate, saying without Griswold’s support and networking guidance, he wouldn’t have made it to his current successes today.

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A modest man, Griswold passed off the remarks, insisting it was the Nick’s drive and thirst for the cattle business that jumpstarted his success. “He was just a really good kid – sharp - and always down at the pens. He struck me as a very independent go-getter,” said Griswold. “He helped us out a lot, and the sound knowledge he had prior to coming to GCC made his help all that more valuable.” While at GCC, Reimann met another man who would affect his life: Luke Doris from Santanta, Kan. A fellow cattle enthusiast with a similar level of initiative, Doris and Reimann became fast friends, learning valuable lessons under the guidance of John Griswold. Nick and Luke would travel the country, acquiring calves with potential for the show ring. Nick hosted a fall pasture sale at his parents’ in South Dakota, and he would bring the younger calves back down to GCC, where he and Luke would work on them and place them with buyers. At one time, the two had over a hundred head housed at Griswold’s, and their steers went on to win at Kansas City, Fort Worth, Denver,, Lousiville, and more. Nick continues to cooperate with Doris and Griswold to this day, returning regularly to assist with the annual Griswold sale in December. The three continue to exchange use of facilities, tips on cattle selection, and stories. Leaving Oklahoma State in 2004 with a degree in agricultural business, Nick returned home to help AI and calve in the spring but continued to stretch his wings, traveling nationwide and making

connections with a vast variety of breeders, show coordinators, auctioneers, and many others involved in the club calf business. In 2009, Nick made a purchase that greatly impacted the trajectory of Reimann Ranches when he acquired the cow herd of Leroy Beitelspacher of Bowdle, SD. The deal included the 300-head herd of club calf mothers, on which AI had been practiced for 40 years. “As in any significant move, it was a big transition for us. But it really propelled us forward, acquiring such high-quality cows with such a great genetic foundation,” shares Nick.

passing it on Reimann contributes to agricultural organizations whenever possible, even if it means dropping personal business in order to offer his assistance to local cattlemen. Within South Dakota, he officiates for FFA livestock judging in nearby Miller and has also assisted in 4-H livestock judging, passing on his knowledge from judging as a college student. In addition, he assists in the coordination of several other judging contests in surrounding areas, as well as colleges such as South Dakota State University.

Reimann also acts as a sale consultant for other producers’ bred-heifer sales, giving a third party evaluation of the heifers that come up on the auction block. A unique aspect to Reimann Ranches is that Nick attempts to service Reimannraised cattle even after they have been sold, expressing the desire to do anything in his power to ensure that the family or trader has their money’s worth. He also follows up by researching the buyer’s methods, from feeding to finishing, studying what works for other producers and fitters across the country, compiling that information, and making that knowledge accessible for his own personal business endeavors and those of the cattle companies and individuals for whom he consults. In order to be able to offer legitimate counsel for external businesses as well as make executive business decisions for Reimann Ranches, Nick spends up to 30% of his year putting countless miles on the road, studying various segments of the cattle industry - a direct testament to his intense dedication to his passion. During his cross country travels, his time is divided between bull and cow evaluations, as well as learning the latest techniques in cattle feeding and breeding.

“If you want to be successful, you need to hit the ground running every morning.”

- Nick ReimaNN

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Grand Champion Heifer at the 2011 Iowa Beef Expo, exhibited by Nick Sullivan. High-selling heifer at Reimann Ranches’ 2010 club calf sale. Perhaps his most important job is the relationships he cultivates and the connections he makes with cattlemen while seeking their expertise and reasons behind their selections. According to Nick, it’s not just about studying the genetics of an animal to determine its offspring’s potential; it’s also about physically studying the animal itself. He leans away from making breeding decisions based on a photo, finding it to be more valuable to see the animal in person.

making it work A family-owned and -operated facility, the Reimanns work together to share the responsibilities involved with such a large operation, splitting the farm’s focuses into specialty divisions each Reimann oversees. Kent is involved with the feeding, nutrition, and grain producing portions, assisted by wife Nora with record keeping and office work. Since Barry’s return to the farm in 2008, he has been in charge of marketing and merchandising all of the commercial product from the operation, oversees the farm’s non-family employees, and runs the haying opeartion. Barry’s wife, Jill, works as a nurse in Pierre. This leaves Nick open to focus on the cattle production side, optimizing both yield and performance from the ranch’s animals. Nick’s wife, Kyrstin, is a physician’s assistant, providing medical care to the Sioux Tribe on their reservation in Lower Brule, SD.

“In the future I’d really like to get even more into the production side of things and be able to stay home more, but I do believe that staying at home more has a direct correlation to your phone ringing less,” said Nick. However, Reimann doesn’t believe it’s all about marketing. He believes having high quality, honest cattle is what really decides the weighted value of both the cattle company and the cattle them-

selves. For Reimann Ranches, a lot of the behind-the-scenes work in producing such cattle involves centering on embryo transfer. Reimann Ranches has invested heavily into embryo transfer, finding it important to keep the high quality of their livestock consistent through the years. “We get a lot of nice ones running through here. But in such a competitive business, you need to have ones that are better than average” said Nick. A few years ago, he began working with Brad Smith and Wade Rodgers, along with a number of other coordinators, in establishing an annual bred heifer and cow sale in December. 2011 will be the fourth year this sale has been held, and Reimann looks forward to its turnout. Recently, Nick accepted a position as a South Dakota representative for fitting clinics and demonstrations with John Sullivan. In this position, he hopes to be able to capture his knowledge and give it back to the state of South Dakota, while simultaneously cultivating young adults’ passion for the cattle industry.

know, it’s who you know.” However, he finds a different twist to the familiar phrase. “Essentially, it’s both the ‘who’ and the ‘what’,” he explains. “The ‘who’ gets you in the door, but it’s the ‘what’ that gets you up the stairs towards success. You need to have that fundamental knowledge in order to continue your journey, no matter what the career or objective.” He went on to add that despite the hard work and long hours, he wouldn’t trade what he does for anything, enjoying every angle of the Reimann Ranches operations. Over the years, he has discovered the rewards of constant vigilance in keeping up to date with the latest technology and methods, and continuing to cultivate both new and old networking opportunities. “Reimann is at the top of his game today, working as one of the most elite club calf producers in the North,” observed John Griswold. “And he’s only going to get bigger and better, doing wonders for this industry.” Reimann Ranches continues to work to create animals that offer a premium value in the show cattle industry. Along with his superior cattle, it is likely Nick will be remembered and turned to for his integrity, go-getter attitude, and the knowledge and passion for the cattle industry that is sure to be passed to young cattle enthusiasts of the next generation.

moving forward Today, Nick roots his life philosophy with the old adage of “it’s not what you

Nick with Grandpa Don (left) and John Griswold (right).

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the buzz outside the barn We know it’s not always about show cattle, sire promotions, and show results. There’s also lots of agriculture-related books and movies that we think are worth giving our two cents on. Enjoy!

abouT The MovIe… Everyone needed a hero. They got two. One is a massive, chestnut-colored horse, known to his friends and family as Big Red. Everyone else will call him Secretariat. The other, a self-described Denver housewife, is less recognized, but she is as gallant and charismatic as her steed. Her name is Penny Chenery Tweedy, and her faith in this horse will galvanize the nation, revolutionize horse racing and, ultimately, change her life’s course entirely. Based on a remarkable true story, “Secretariat” chronicles the spectacular journey of a 1973 Triple Crown winner. Housewife and mother Penny Chenery Tweedy agrees to take over her ailing father’s Virginia-based Meadow Stables, despite her lack of horse-racing experience. Against all odds, with the help of veteran trainer Lucien Laurin, she manages to navigate the male-dominated business, ultimately fostering the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years and what may be the greatest racehorse of all time.

The CasT Diane Lane, John Malkovich DeTaILs Appropriate For: All Ages Runtime: 123 minutes For videos, wallpapers, and more go to: disney.com/secretariat MeMorabLe QuoTe: Great colts come from great sires. DID You Know? • Not only did Secretariat set the record for the fastest time at the Kentucky Derby (1:59 2/5), each of his quarter-mile splits were faster than the preceding one, which means he was still accelerating at the end of the race. • Secretariat’s time in the Kentucky Derby is still the record for that race ever. • In the Belmont Stakes, both Secretariat’s winning margin (31 lengths) and his winning time (2:24) still stand after 37 years. • Five horses played the part of Secretariat. “Trolley Boy”, the principle horse used, was selected by Penny Chenery herself, in a Secretariat look-alike contest in Kentucky, and even walked the Red Carpet at the film premiere in Hollywood. • The jockeys in the film are actually professional jockeys. There was much riding to be done, and filmmakers knew actors wouldn’t be able to get the horses to perform as required, like gauging the distances needed for the various wins, places, and shows. The director says the distances are accurate to within 1/2 length in each recreation of each race.

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whaT we ThoughT There has been a lot of talk about “Secretariat” in animal-loving circles since its release in October, so we decided to see what the fuss was about. The biggest question most people have been asking is, “is it as good as Seabiscuit?” While “Secretariat” conjures similar images and action, it is our opinion that the film is neither better, nor worse , just different. You might remember there was a lot of editorializing in “Seabiscuit”. The stories presented by each character, and especially the commentary from the narrator, all contribute to a sort of snapshot of the country at Seabiscuit’s time. They make statements about the depression-era economy, the plight of the poor, the pasttimes of the wealthy, the renaissance of industrial manufacturing, and so forth. The film was just as much about the country as it was the horse. In fact, the manner in which the story unfolds places Seabiscuit (the horse) as a symbolic figure, representing each facet of American society at the time – the down-


a good read bLaCK heeLs To TraCTor wheeLs abouT The auThor From her blog: thepioneerwoman.com Howdy. I’m Ree Drummond, also known as The Pioneer Woman. I’m a moderately agoraphobic ranch wife and mother of four. Welcome to my frontier! I’m a middle child who grew up on the seventh fairway of a golf course in a corporate town. After high school, I thought my horizons needed broadening. I attended college in California, then got a job and wore black pumps to work every day. I ate sushi and treated myself to pedicures on a semi-regular basis. I even kissed

James Garner in an elevator once. I loved him deeply, despite the fact that our relationship only lasted 47 seconds. Unexpectedly, during a brief visit to my hometown, I met and fell in love with a rugged cowboy. Now I live in the middle of nowhere on a working cattle ranch. My days are spent wrangling children, chipping dried manure from boots, washing jeans, and making gravy. I have no idea how I got here…but you know what? I love it. Don’t tell anyone! I hope you enjoy my website, ThePioneerWoman.com. Here, I write daily about my long transition from spoiled city girl to domestic country wife.

trodden trainer, the grieving father and millionaire, the impoverished and desperate jockey – each one an underdog like Seabiscuit himself, trying to deal with their circumstances. “Secretariat”, on the other hand, is a much more internally focused storyline, dealing almost exclusively with the horse and Penny Chenery. Yes, the housewife owner deals with the struggles of gender discrimination, family balance, and generational succession, but the film doesn’t try to make the sweeping summation that “Seabiscuit” did. It pretty much sticks to telling the story of the horse and his circumstances, and how he became a legend. Viewers are made confident that this is a true story, told accurately. Despite its lack of grandeur, it is an inspiring tale about a legendary animal. You might be familiar with the horse, Secretariat, but this film will give you an insider look at how he became of the greatest racehorses and sires of all time. Complete with extra interviews from some the actual people who handled and cared for Secretariat, this film will be sure to provide a night of entertainment and also education.

abouT The booK From her blog: thepioneerwoman.com I’ll never forget that night. It was like a romance novel, an old Broadway musical, and a John Wayne western rolled into one. Out for a quick drink with friends, I wasn’t looking to meet anyone, let alone a tall, rugged cowboy who lived on a cattle ranch miles away from my cultured, corporate hometown. But before I knew it, I’d been struck with a lightning bolt... and I was completely powerless to stop it. Read along as I recount the rip-roaring details of my unlikely romance with a chaps-wearing cowboy, from the early days of our courtship (complete with cows, horses, prairie fire, and passion) all the way through the first year of our marriage, which would be filled with more challenge and strife – and manure – than I ever could have expected. This isn’t just my love story; it’s a universal tale of passion, romance, and all-encompassing love that sweeps us off our feet. It’s the story of a cowboy. And Wranglers. And chaps. And the girl who fell in love with them. You MIghT aLso enjoY The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl

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ProfessorToProducer

by Dr. Paul Walker, Professor of Animal Science at Illinois State University

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stablishing Costs for Switchgrass

May Not Compete with Corn or Soybean Production

Regarding my article for this issue, instead of writing about a nutrition topic of current interest, I am sharing with you the first year economic results of a study we are conducting regarding switchgrass. Numerous beef cattle producers have expressed interest in considering planting and raising switchgrass, but this study may discourage that consideration. The Livestock and Urban Waste Research (LUW) Team has received a Department of Energy grant to determine the effect of irrigating treated municipal waste water on switchgrass biomass production. Secondary objectives include: a. compare the biomass production potential of commercially available cultivars of switchgrass. b. evaluate establishment, growth, basic feedstock composition (cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin) and biomass yields of each cultivar. c. evaluate the fate of irrigated nutrients, contaminants and pathogens when irrigated onto switchgrass, soybean and corn. d. conduct an economic analysis comparing switchgrass production to a corn/soybean rotation. Accordingly, an economic analysis has been completed for year one (the establishment year for switchgrass). Forty acres of switchgrass, 160 acres of corn and 120 acres of soybean were seeded into a 320 acre high productivity field located in northeast McLean County. Switchgrass was sowed into 12 – 3.3 acre plots using four varieties replicated 3 times without vegetative boundaries around each plot, thereby making one continuous 40 acre field of switchgrass. The following is a summary of the economic data collected during year one of switchgrass establishment. The corn and soybeans were planted using no-till cultivation with a no-till John Deere® model 1770, 24 row, 30 inch planter. The switchgrass was planted with a Brillion® seeder. The corn was planted in April with herbicide applications in April and May. Nitrogen was side dressed (150 lbs of actual N as Anhydrous Ammonia) in May. The herbicide application consisted of Lexan (3.4 pints:acre) plus Durango (10 oz:acre) and 2, 4-D (6 oz:acre) applied in April, and a second application of Durango (24 oz:acre) applied in May. Aztec Insecticide was applied to 40 acres in April. During January, 36 – 92 – 120 fertilizer was applied as a broad cast followed by 150 pounds of nitrogen as Anhydrous Ammonia as a side dress in May. Corn was planted at a population rate of 33,400 kernals:acre. Harvest occurred in October and yield in bushels:acre was adjusted to 15% moisture producing 186 bushels:acre.

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Soybeans were planted in June with herbicide applications preand post- planting. Soybeans were planted at a population rate of 118,000 seeds:acre. Durango herbicide (18 oz:acre) and 2, 4-D (8 oz:acre) were applied in April. Two post-emergence applications of Durango (20 oz:acre, each application) occurred in June and July. Harvest occurred in October and yield in bushels:acre was adjusted to 13% moisture producing 50.6 bushels:acre. However, because these were seed soybeans the seed company provided a guarantee of 58 bushel:acre. Therefore, calculation of income:acre is based on 58 bushel:acre yield. Switchgrass was planted May 27 and 28 at a rate of 9.5 pounds:acre. Operation practices were as follows: • May 1, mow corn stalks prior to secondary tillage • May 18 and 21, field cultivate twice • May 21, cultipack once • May 27 and 28, plant with Brillion® seeder • July 15, mow to 8 inch height to control weeds • July 27, apply 2, 4-D (1 pint:acre) • August 3, mow to 8 inch height to control foxtail Costs for field operations were taken from the University of Illinois Machinery Cost Estimates published in the April 2010 Farm Business Management www.farmdoc.uiuc.edu. Prevailing local rent ($:acre) of $205:acre was used and the source was McLean County Extension, Average Land Rent for McLean County. The cost:acre, income:acre and net return:acre for corn, soybean and switchgrass production for the first year of production was calculated using actual production costs. The accompanying table compares the profit/loss per acre for producing corn, soybean and switchgrass during the first year of establishing switchgrass. Soybeans generated more dollars in net return per acre ($331.46) than corn ($274.84) but both corn and soybeans far exceeded switchgrass in net return:acre. There was insufficient switchgrass growth to harvest and still provide sufficient vegetation to prevent winter kill. Therefore, there was no return per acre for switchgrass during the first year of establishment. This suggests that the $452.49 cost:acre to establish switchgrass must be recovered during the second year of production or should be amoritorized over several years of future production. Assuming interest on debt is 4% and the cost of establishing switchgrass in year one is amortized over 4 years; each of the first four years of switchgrass harvest must pay $124.66:acre of the cost of establishing the stand in addition to other annual costs of production/ harvest/marketing. Assuming capital recovery over four years at 4% interest the cost per acre to establish switchgrass on this forty acres is $498.63 (establishment cost plus interest).


Using the $124.66:acre actual cost to establish switchgrass we can estimate the return per acre for years two, three and four; assuming the cost to mow switchgrass is $18:acre and the cost to bale 1,500 pound switchgrass bales is $12:bale. The cost of production per acre when harvesting 3 ton, 4 ton, 6 ton or 8 ton of switchgrass is $190.66, $206.66, $238.66 or $270.61, respectively. The break even cost per ton to produce switchgrass is estimated at $63.55, $51.67, $39.78 or $33.83 when the yields are 3 ton, 4 ton, 6 ton or 8 ton:acre. For 1,500 pound big round or big square bales these values correspond to $47.66 (3T:ac), $38.75 (4T:ac), $29.83 (6T:ac) or $25.37 (8T:ac) per bale cost of production, assuming FOB in the field (i.e. no charge for hauling is included). If 1,500 pound switchgrass bales sell for $40 each, producing 3T:ac loses $30.64 per acre; 4T:ac nets $6.67 per acre; 6T:ac nets $81.36 per acre; and 8T:ac nets $156.05 per acre. Currently big round hay bales are selling for

$40:bale or $50:ton in the McLean County, Illinois area. Switchgrass production on high fertility soil does not appear to compete with either corn or soybean production. In order to return the same net dollars per acre as soybean ($331.46) or corn ($274.84) Table 2 shows the estimated (predicted) value for switchgrass per ton. Even at 8 ton:acre yield switchgrass must receive $18.19 to $24.26 per ton more than for what grass hay is currently selling. As this study continues it will be interesting to observe if actual production yields, costs, sales and net return for switchgrass exceed the projections that are based on actual establishment costs. No government subsidy or support payments have been used for any of the economic calculations. I am doubtful if switchgrass production as a biomass crop for energy conversion (without government subsidy or funding support) on high fertility soils will ever economically compete with either corn or soybean production.

Table 1. Overall Analysis Year 1 Column1

Switchgrass (40 Acres)

Soybeans (119.6 Acres)

Corn (158.6 Acres)

Expenses

$18,099.50

$35,275.27

$89,748.76

$452.49

$294.94

$565.88

Income

$0.00

$74,917.44

$133,338.19

Income/Acre

$0.00

$626.40

$840.72

-$18,099.50

$39,642.17

$43,589.43

-$452.49

$331.46

$274.84

Expenses/Acre

Profit Profit/Acre

Table 2. Value of Switchgrass ($:Ton) To Return The Same Net Dollars Per Acre As Corn Or Soybean Production 3T:ac

4T:ac

6T:ac

8T:ac

Equivalent to Soybean (net return = $331.46:ac)

174.04

134.54

95.02

74.26

Equivalent to Corn (net return = $274.84:ac)

155.16

120.38

85.59

68.19

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ComingEvents May 1, 2011 .........................American Royal Steer DNA Deadline

June 4-5, 2011 ................Millpond Shorthorns Private Treaty Sale

May 1, 2011 .................................Rosanky 4th Annual MEGA Sale

June 5, 2011 ..........................Burch Livestock Pasture Bid-Off Sale

May 5, 2011 ................ May 7, 2011COBA Select Sires A.I. School

June 8, 2011 ....................M Lazy Heart Ranch’s Western Shootout

May 7-8, 2011................ UW-River Falls Prospect Weekend Show

June 11, 2011 ............................................Cabaniss Production Sale

May 8, 2011 ......................................Blue & Gold Showdown Show

June 20, 2011 ....................... June 25, 2011Midwest Stud Ram Sale

May 12, 2011 ............ Kopp Pasture Perfect to Picture Perfect Sale

June 22-25, 2011 ..................North American Jr. Red Angus Show

May 15, 2011 .......May 16, 2011Spring Thaw Embryo Online Sale

June 24-26, 2011 ...................Midwest Regional Jr. Hereford Show

May 18-19, 2011 .........................Sidwell Hay & Cattle Online Sale

June 26-July 1, 2011.......... Chianina National Junior Heifer Show

May 21, 2011 ............ Heart Felt Farms Limousin Production Sale

June 26-July 1, 2011...Maine-Anjou National Junior Heifer Show

May 22, 2011 ....................... Sullivan Ranch Genetic Progress Sale

June 26-July 2, 2011............................. Shorthorn Junior Nationals

May 28-29, 2011 ................................. Memorial Spectacular Show

August 1, 2011.......... Am. Royal Hog/Lamb/Goat DNA Deadline

May 30, 2011 ............Hartman/Glen Oak Maine-Anjou Dispersal

September 10, 2011 ..................... American Royal Entry Deadline

June 1-2, 2011 .............................Sidwell Hay & Cattle Online Sale

September 22-25, 2011 ................. AK-SAR-BEN 4-H Stock Show

June 3, 2011 ................Southwest Minnesota Spring Training Sale

January 6-8, 2012 .........Open 2 the World Jackpot Fat Steer Show

June 4-5, 2011 ...........Bennett Shorthorns Pasture of Dreams Sale June 4, 2011 .............................Douglas County Jr. Livestock Show June 4, 2011 .................................. Duis Farms Complete Dispersal June 4, 2011 .......................... Kris Black’s Cream Of The Crop Sale

This list is provided as a courtesy. While we do our best to keep a complete and accurate Coming Events list, occasionally errors or omissions may occur. We are not liable and ake no guarantees regarding the accuracy of its content.

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by Andy Vance

hat Are You Really Producing?

Job titles are a funny thing. The older we get, the farther up the ladder we climb, the more distorted our job titles tend to become. I started thinking about this over the last several months as I updated my resume, email signature, and business card.

What exactly is it I do for a living? I used to simply say I was a “farm broadcaster.” But then, as I spent more and more time writing and working with television and social media, the title wasn’t quite sufficient. Then, when I left radio and television entirely to become a writer and podcaster, that title didn’t seem to fit at all anymore. “So what exactly do I call myself?” I wondered… Journalist? True, I do write news articles for various websites and publications, and I do so objectively as a journalist. But, I reminded myself, I also write a fair bit of opinion/editorial for publications like The Show Circuit, so that didn’t quite fit either. The entire mental exercise reminded of a big push in the agriculture industry when I first started in the communication business several years ago. Someone decided we couldn’t be called farmers or ranchers anymore. Do you remember when that effort started? Someone somewhere decided that we should be “producers” or “growers,” rather than farmers or ranchers. From a marketing standpoint, I can understand the concept. Farmers and ranchers are quaint people who chew wheat

straw and wear bib overalls. Producers are scientific-minded business people who provide a safe, wholesome food supply. In the same vein, we stopped raising cattle or hogs and started producing beef or pork. For some, remembering what it is we produce is actually a useful shift in paradigm. If I’m a cow calf producer, I’m not thinking about the consumer sitting down to eat a tasty steak, I’m worried about the backgrounder who buys my calves. If we all remember that each of us in the food chain is producing food, we tend to make better decisions that benefit the consumer, and ultimately benefit all of us in the supply chain. So now we have a problem. On one hand, remembering what we produce is especially important, especially for those of us heavily involved in livestock exhibition. In our case, we must remember we are raising a show animal that will someday end up as beef on a consumer’s plate. How we feed and handle our animals has a profound effect on the quality of the end product. On the other hand, consumers stopped caring about our “sound science” a long time ago. The biggest four-letter word in agriculture over the past ten years is “factory farm.” By thinking of ourselves as producers, we forgot that consumers still love and respect farmers and ranchers. Consumers trust farmers and ranchers. They don’t trust “...consumers still “producers” and their “giant faclove and respect tory mega-farms.” farms and ranchSo as you head to the barn ers. Consumers tonight to do chores, stop and trust farmers and think for a moment about who ranchers.” you are and what you are really — ANDY VANCE producing.

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Hometown ........................................................................................................................nebraska City, nebraska BirtHdate .............................................................................................................................................march 6, 1994 Breeds you sHow ..............................................Polled Hereford, maintainer, and Chianina siBlings ........................................................................... ashlee, adam, andrew, and aidan Favorite aCtivities outside tHe sHow ring i enjoy livestock judging along with spending time with friends. Favorite Color....................................................................................................royal Purple Favorite movie/ tv sHow .......................................................... last american Cowboy Favorite singer/ musiC grouP .......................................Jason aldean & toby Keith Favorite BooK/ autHor ................................the only thing i read is The Show Circuit Pet Peeve .......................................................................................................when the barn is not kept in order names oF your Current sHow Calves.................................................Hula girl, Bugaboo, and rekel wHat’s your Favorite stoCK sHow and wHy? aksarBen, because of how unique showmanship is and how laid back it is. wHat do you want to Be wHen you grow uP? i would like to become a veterinarian wHat quality/sKill do you Have tHat you’re most Proud oF? i am very determined, motivated, and will not stop working until a job is done. Favorite suBJeCt in sCHool........................................................................science and american History would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop? ..........................................................................Play Cards! early Bird or nigHt owl? .................................................................................................By far, a night owl. one wierd HaBit/sKill/ FaCt aBout you? ................................i have very meticulous handwriting. Favorite stoCK sHow memory so Far? winning supreme heifer with a Polled Hereford at the otoe County (ne) Fair. least Favorite sHow-day tasK? loading up everything on the trailer at the end of the day. most emBarrassing stoCK sHow moment? Having the show halter on my heifer come off right before walking into the ring.

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Name: Kayla Alexander Birthdate: February 16, 1989 Breeds you show: Angus, Maine-Anjou, Chianina, Crossbred, and Hereford Siblings: Cameron Alexander Favorite activities outside the show ring: I love the show ring, but in my spare time I enjoy spending time in the barn with the animals, spending time with my family, reading, traveling, and volunteering. Favorite color: Purple Favorite movie/TV Show: My favorite TV show is The Bachelor, and my favorite movie is Eat, Pray, Love. Favorite singer: Reba McEntire Favorite book/author: My all time favorite book is Eat, Pray, Love, but my favorite author is Nicholas Sparks. Pet peeve: selfishness Names of your current show calf: Snookie What’s your favorite stock show and why? To be honest, I am torn between the American Royal, the North American, and National Western. I love these shows just because you not only get the opportunity to see people from all over the country, rare breeds of cattle you don’t see every day, but it is also fun to see the school groups come through and talk to the little kids about the cows or the sheep, whatever we may have there. What do you want to be when you grow up? I am an Organizational Leadership Major in college, and I would love to work with non-profit agriculture organizations planning events and fundraisers. What quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? I am a people person, and when I am working with people I pride myself on my ability to relate with that person. Favorite subject in school: When I was in high school it was English, more to the reading side. Now that I am in college, it is my Leadership classes. Would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop? Well, it depends. I have played a lot of cards at a lot of shows, I love to hula hoop (it’s a great workout), and dancing is a really good relaxer. Early bird or night owl? Early bird One weird habit/skill/fact about you: I hate to wear shoes, and I graduated from modeling school. Favorite stock show memory so far: I have a lot of really awesome memories from shows.The one that stands out right now and is the most recent was when I earned Supreme Heifer at The Rumble at Roberts (Ohio BEST show) with my Hereford heifer, Snookie. My second favorite was when I made it to the sale at the American Royal with my lamb, MJ. Least favorite show-day task? Tearing down afterward. Most embarrassing stock show moment? I was exhibiting an Angus heifer at the Big East Youth Jackpot show for a friend. The heifer won her class, and I pulled the heifer out for the judge to talk her, and she stepped on my boot and when I went to pull her forward off of it I lost my balance and fell on my rear. Thankfully the heifer was extremely tame and stopped and looked at me with a look of amazement as if to say, “what are you doing down there?” The best part was she never moved other than to step off my foot, and she stayed set up.

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Name: Cameron Alexander Birthdate: April 20, 1993 Breeds you show: Maine-Anjou, Angus, Chianina, Crossbred Siblings: Kayla Alexander Favorite activities outside the show ring: Post-secondary, football, FFA Favorite color: green Favorite movie/TV Show: Gold Rush Favorite singer/music group: Cross Canadian Ragweed Names of your current show calves: Jimbo, Slice, King Chumba, and J-Wow What’s your favorite stock show and why? National Western, because there is so much to do and also so much prestige when you win a show like that. What do you want to be when you grow up? Lawyer Favorite subject in school: History Would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop? Play cards Early bird or night owl? Night owl One weird habit/skill/fact about you: I’m so superstitious that I have to show with the same stick every time I show. Favorite stock show memory so far: Winning the Ohio State Fair heifer show Least favorite show-day task? Breaking a calf down. Most embarrassing stock show moment? Dropping my show stick while walking my calf at Lima in front of everyone.

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name ..........................................................................................................................................morgan tomson Birthdate ........................................................................................................................................may 25, 1995 Breeds you show ......................................................................................Chianina, maine, and Crossbreds siblings ................................................................................................................................addison and Bailey Favorite activities outside the show ring: ...................................................................................................... watching Purdue basketball, livestock judging, and participating in FFa. Favorite color .................................................................................................................................................Blue Favorite movie/tv show ............................................................................................the notebook / nCis Favorite singer/music group ......................nicki minaj, Kenny Chesney, and Casey danahew Band Favorite book/author..................................................................................................................nora roberts Pet peeve .............................................................................. when people chew their gum really loudly! names of your current show calves .....................................................................................roxi and deex what’s your favorite stock show and why? ..........................................my favorite stock show would have to be the north american, because there is nothing better than showing on the green shavings! what do you want to be when you grow up? .........................i’m not positive on what i want to be when i grow up, but being something such as a veterinarian or an embryologist really interests me. what quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? ..........................i am very competitive, and this quality allows me to try to do things 100% all the time because i want to be the best i can be. Favorite subject in school .........................................................................................Chemistry and english would you rather dance, play cards, or hula-hoop? ......................................i would dance, for sure! early bird or night owl? ............. i am a night owl. getting up in the morning is definitely not my favorite thing. one weird habit/skill/fact about you ............................................................................................................... i don’t like the food on my plate to be touching, and i always eat the meat on my plate first. Favorite stock show memory so far.................................................................................................................. my favorite show memory so far would have to be winning grand Champion Heifer at the indiana state Fair, the mainetainer show at Jr. nationals, naile Chianina Junior show, and the naile mainetainer open show all in the same year with my heifer, sage! least favorite show-day task? .........................................loading the trailer after the show, for sure! most embarrassing stock show moment? ..................................................................................................... last year in the grand drive at the indiana state Fair my heifer whitney was acting awful, and she tried to get away from me, and i had to drop my show stick and hang on for dear life. name: addison tomson Birthdate: april 16, 1997 Breeds you show: Chianina, maine, and Crossbreds siblings: morgan and Bailey Favorite activities outside the show ring: riding my bike and FFa Favorite color: Blue Favorite movie/tv show: secretariat/vampire diaries Favorite singer/music group: taylor swift Favorite book/author: where the red Fern grows names of your current show calves: miss me and max what’s your favorite stock show and why? i really like Junior nationals, because see my friends from other states. what do you want to be when you grow up? i would like to be a veterinarian technician, because i like to work with animals. what quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? i listen very well and try my hardest at school. Favorite subject in school: math would you rather dance, play cards, or hula-hoop? i would dance. early bird or night owl? i am an early bird, and i am ready to go to sleep by 9:00. one weird habit/skill/fact about you: i don’t like to skip meals, even if it means i eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Favorite stock show memory so far: at my county fair in 2009, i won my first grand Champion Heifer honor, and my sister was reserve grand. least favorite show-day task? Blowing!!!! most embarrassing stock show moment? at Hoosier Beef Congress when i was younger, it was slick and icy on the sidewalks going to the truck. i was tired and could not walk without falling down. i was too big to be carried and was finally able to get to the truck by scooting my feet and holding onto my mom.

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name .............................................................................................................................................Bailey tomson Birthdate .........................................................................................................................................april 9, 2002 Breeds you show ........................................................................................maine, Chianina, and Crossbred siblings .............................................................................................................................morgan and addison Favorite activities outside the show ring ............... riding my bike and playing with my dog, suzi. Favorite color .............................................................................................................................................Purple Favorite movie/tv show ...................................................................................................secretariat/iCarly Favorite singer/music group ........................................................................................................taylor swift Favorite book/author.............................................................................................. the Harry Potter series names of your current show calf/calves ...............................................................................................ruby what’s your favorite stock show and why? ................................................................................................... my favorite stock show is maine Junior nationals, because i get to meet new friends and do all the different contests. what do you want to be when you grow up? .................................................................................Farmer what quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? ................. reading big chapter books Favorite subject in school ....................................................................................................................reading would you rather dance, play cards, or hula-hoop? ..................................i would rather hula-hoop. early bird or night owl? night owl. i’m always the one who stays awake in the truck when we are coming home late at night from cattle shows. one weird habit/skill/fact about you ............................................................................................................... i am often called dora the explorer, because i look just like her. Favorite stock show memory so far: my favorite memory so far is when i made it all the way to the finals in showmanship with my heifer, ruby, at the Hoosier Beef Congress. least favorite show-day task .............................................................................................................Blowing most embarrassing stock show moment? i was playing hide-n-go seek at a cattle show with my friends. my friends forgot to tell me the game was over. i sat there a long time, thinking my spot was really good, while my family and friends searched the entire fairgrounds looking for me.


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reserve champion angus steer 2011 Houston

significant champions with limited use!

Jazzman is proving himself to be a leader in the industry! These calves are great, with a one-of-a kind look! He’s working great on Heat Wave daughters and many others. You will get colored roans, reds, or blacks, with perfectly colored red necks coming from Charolais, blacks, and even Hereford cows. His calves are big boned, great haired, and cool looking! Even the blacks are built like crossbreds. Look for his calves to continue their success!

Breeding suggestions:

champion shorthorn plus 2010 Oklahoma State Fair

Try this one to down-size and make them even stouter and sounder. His mother is a big-time donor, so he has proven genetics all over his pedigree. Where else could you get all of this!

see Jazzman in person:

Stop by Adam Swanson’s place to see the bull himself, along with a great set of calves by him.

Jazzman also sired the:

champion light weight shorthorn steer 2011 San Antonio

Proud Jazz x d Bar T Cowboy PB shorthorn • BW: 55 lbs. out-crossed to most of the breed.

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Duff PowEr uP 630 Angus Bull • #15459431 • DOB: 1/13/2006 BW: 80 • WW: 821 • YW: 1315 REA: 15.6 • IMF: 4.44 • ADG: 3.75 owned with Duff Cattle Company PowEr uP is a true powerhouse that possesses tremendous growth, great natural thickness and excellent performance. He displays extraordinary width with extra muscle shape and expression. He would be ideal to mate back to more moderate, basic designed females needing more punch and power. He comes from a very potent mating that has yielded several elite calves including championship heifers and valuable sale toppers. His dam, 001, is a highly prolific daughter of 814G, the dam of New Edition and New Attraction. With his powerful phenotype and proven genetic background, Power Up could be an future star in the Angus world. BW

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Block Farms

Scott Block, Paris, Illinois: 217-264-1330 Calves for sale this summer and fall, including “Land of Lincoln” Steers!

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NelsoN Cattle CompaNy Brad & Juli Nelson 901 Highway 39 • Denison, Iowa 51442 Brad: 712-269-6351 • Juli: 712-269-6275 cowpower.com BruHN Farms JoiNt VeNture Alan, Calvin & Jessica, Jared, and Kelsey Bruhn 14535 Walnut Avenue • Mapleton, Iowa 51034 Phone: 712-882-2735

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Proud unveiling of our family owned and operated breeding and embryo program, who’s mission is creating prodigy from a new generation of cattle.

Miss Purple 312T

Bleeding Purple X Miss Imprint (Imprint)

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Juicy

naughty Pine X Bailey (whasssup)

res. Grand champion Steer, 2011 ohio Beef Expo Milk Man X Juicy

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Trausch Farms

Robert & Esther Trausch Esther: 712-790-3033 • etrausch04@yahoo.com Chris Wilson, Manager, 641-745-0323 Ryan Goehring, 262-689-5934 www.trauschfarms.com • www.trauschfarms.blogspot.com Visit us on Facebook @ Trausch Farms Sires

Sired by Uncle Kracker

Tabasco

EUC TabasCo • Reg # AR51806 • Dob: March 1, 2010 • THF/PHaF bW: 82 lbs. • sire: Jake’s Proud Jazz • Dam: Vegas x Habanero owned with: Euchee Creek Cattle Company, 918-225-8739

Tabasco has the added power and bone, loads of hair and is unbelievable sound structured. He is probably one of the best Proud Jazz bulls we have seen in a long time. Whether you want champion steers and show heifers, this bull has what it takes! If using a new bull is in your plans for this breeding season, here is one of the bulls you definitely need to consider.

Uncle Kracker

Calves sired by Cyrus

MaineTainer • Dob: October 6, 2008 • THF/PHaF bW: 81 lbs. • sire: Hoo Too • Dam: DJ Hunk semen: $25

The word “breeding tool” is the term used by many across the country to describe this Char cross bull. He is TH and PHA Free and sired by the outcross bull, Who Too and his dam is a Maine female out of DJ Hunk. To top it off, several semen companies and many customers have said he is one of the best smoky bulls they have seen in a long time. We are selling semen across the country on this bull already. He is surely a cow changer. Loads of hair, bone and a great disposition are just a few of the qualities to describe Uncle Kracker. Try him on char cows. He is bred by John Adams.

Cyrus

Saginaw

TFR CyRUs 225ET • Polled Hereford Reg. P42891459 • Dob: February 25, 2008 • THF/PHaF bW: 87 lbs. • sire: BR Moler • Dam: CRR D03 Cotton 356 owned with: U-Wing Herefords • Jason Ewing • AbraKadabra Cattle Co. • Brian Laaker • McInnis Cattle Co. • Franklin Cattle Co. • Randy Goddard • Hixson Herefords semen: $25

KCC saGinaW • 1/2 Blood Simmental ASA# 2504822 • Dob: January 3, 2009 Cyrus is a son of BR Moler, the National Champion Hereford Bull, 2005 NWSS. He is backed by the very successful show heifer for Luke Schroder, CRR D03 Cotton 356. Cotton has wrote her own chapter in THF/PHaF • bW: 84 lbs. • sire: Duff New Look 101 • Dam: KCC 26J (X339U) history. As a calf she was named the, Champion Polled Hereford heifer, 2004 National Jr. Hereford owned with: Pischel Farms Simmentals • Kent Snowden Expo, the American Royal and the NAILE. Cyrus has the rare ability to transmit genetic success at a

KCC Saginaw has a flawless pedigree, picture perfect profile, complete soundness and is a perfect blend of maternal performance. All this combined with his low birth weight EPD of -1.5, makes this bull and obvious choice to use on your first and second calf heifers. This just might be the bull that will to it all. You need to try him and see for yourself that KCC Saginaw is the right bull to use for 2011 and beyond.

highly consistent rate in both male and female progeny. More importantly, what excites us the most is the fact that Cyrus is a great bull in his own right. Here’s what breeders are saying, “The Cyrus calves we have on the ground are the most consistent, stoutest Hereford sire group I have ever had.” “This bull is definitely going to sire show steers and show heifers consistently.”

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Sire: Heat Wave • Dam: Witch Doctor x Angus (Kathy) BW: 89 lbs. • DOB: March 15, 2010 • THC/PHAF Semen: $25 from owners and major distributors

OWneD WiTH: Fred Campbell Livestock, IN • 574-721-0536 naylor Cattle Company, OK • 806-435-1994

Every year we strive to find a select group of bulls that fit the needs of as many club calf producers as possible. Sometimes a bull comes along and it’s not very often but looks to be an absolute breed changer. Fast Freddy blew us away right from the first time we laid eyes on him and still today continues to impress us! He was an absolute crowd pleaser in Denver 2011 drawing a lot of appreciation for how REAL he is! With a mother backing him that has produced close to $300,000 worth of progeny, this bull is a sure shot to produce consistently. If you are looking for muscle... stoutness... bone... hair...good necked.... SOUND genetics which is what is essential in this game, he puts all those things together in one spectacular package! This Heat wave son is sure to be used on a wide variety of females and we recommend breeding him similar to his sire for the best results. If you want to sell the high dollar prospects it starts at the pasture so be sure to add him to your list of bulls to use. Your competition already has.

Trausch Farms

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Grand Champion Steer, 2011 KentuCKy Beef expo sired by eye Candy • Congratulations martin family!

Sired by eye Candy!

What more can be said about this great sire? He continues to impress with his consistent ability to throw champion after champion. Eye Candy is certainly making his name known in the club calf industry. In just a short time, his calves have been selling high and winning across the country. His calves are yak haired, super sound and soft bellied with the show ring eye appeal. Eye Candy has had great success on Maine, Chi and Char and Hereford cows. Especially on the Hoo Doo cows. His daughters are becoming one of the hottest commodities for club calf mommas. Eye Candy is the MUST USE sire of 2011. He just doesn’t miss!

Reg: ChiMaine: 339630 Sire: nauGhty pine Dam: miSS fuzz (pB Galloway) BD: april 10, 2007 BW: 90 lbs. Breeder: Bobby wellner thC/phaf

Semen: $25

Contact owners or major distributors.

Trausch Farms

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Pictured as a 2-year-old


Breed: Shorthorn Plus • DOB: May 1, 2010 • BW: 78 pounds Sire: Eye Candy • Dam: Queen’s Trump x Double Vision

THF, PHAF • Semen: $25

Wow! Talk about a cool lookin’ dude! He may be “young” but he will definitely make you some “Money”. This is by far one of the neatest Eye Candy sons to surface all year and we are pleased to say we not only raised him but now have the opportunity to promote him along with his other owners. If you like them chubby, big topped, cool colored and as shaggy as Justin Bieber’s haircut this bull is what you have been waiting for. His mother is a shorthorn powerhouse that has been a “no miss” female in terms of production. We expect great things from this young prospect and will definitely be looking for progeny to sell sired by him.

Trausch Farms

Robert & Esther Trausch Esther: 712-790-3033 • etrausch04@yahoo.com Chris Wilson, Manager, 641-745-0323 Ryan Goehring, 262-689-5934 www.trauschfarms.com www.trauschfarms.blogspot.com Visit us on Facebook @ Trausch Farms Sires

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Nasty Habit

Sire: Eye Candy Dam: Bounty Hunter x Angus BW: 90 lbs. • BD: March 16, 2009 • THC/PHAF • Semen: $25 Nasty Habit seems to be living up to all the hype he had in Denver 2010. We’ve had many phone calls on this young sire telling us how good his calves have been thus far. He seems to be working on a wide variety of cows adding a ton of hair, bone, thickness, and style to burn. There are so many good parts to Nasty Habit, it’s hard to put a hole in him. Order semen early, it is going fast!

Salty Dog

Sire: Hired Man Dam: Kiss & Tell (Heat Seeker x 3C Sturdy) BW: 90 lbs. • BD: February 2, 2009 • THC/PHAF • Semen: $25 Owned with: Harvey Cattle Company • Wes Richardson • Jason Headon

Calf reports have been awesome ~ they are hairy, they are stout, they have lots of bone and lots of vigor. What more could you ask for? Salty Dog is truly one of the biggest boned, biggest topped, hairiest bulls we seen in a long time. He offers added base width and doesn’t sacrifice any structure that would normally accompany a bull with this much raw power. If you have seen this awesome sire in person, you know exactly what we are talking about.

Sired by Salty Dog

Trausch Farms

Robert & Esther Trausch Esther: 712-790-3033 • etrausch04@yahoo.com Chris Wilson, Manager, 641-745-0323 Ryan Goehring, 262-689-5934 www.trauschfarms.com www.trauschfarms.blogspot.com Visit us on Facebook @ Trausch Farms Sires

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Trausch Farms

Breathe Easy calf at Shatto’s

Robert & Esther Trausch Esther: 712-790-3033 • etrausch04@yahoo.com Chris Wilson, Manager, 641-745-0323 Ryan Goehring, 262-689-5934 www.trauschfarms.com www.trauschfarms.blogspot.com Visit us on Facebook @ Trausch Farms Sires

breathe easy

Breed: MaineTainer • Reg. #394165 • TH Free, PHA Free DOB: 2-25-08 • BW: 71 lbs. • Owners: Trausch Farms & Gateway Genetics Sire: Cowan’s Ali 4M • Dam: WAG Hairietta (WMW) Semen: $25, available from owners or any major distributor Our newest purchase to add to our bull line-up for 2012!

Breathe Easy x Eye Candy bull calf, Bred & Raised by Brad Winegardner, Ohio. We are very excited to watch this one just get better and better!! Breathe Easy x Shorthorn at Rick Coopshaw’s Carpe Diem - Hi Ho bull at Munson’s

Breathe Easy is a true calving ease sire. He has low birth weight genetics on both sides of his pedigree and calving reports on BW and our on experience have been excellent. On top of that, this bull has the genuine makeup to construct some of the best females introduced to the club calf industry in a long time. His dam, WAG Hairietta, has absolutely been the most prolific Who Made Who female of all time. Breathe Easy is sired by the great Cowan’s Ali, which should ensure this high quality genetics to be carried on throughout Breathe Easy’s progeny. He has proven to work on just about any breed of cow.

Carpe Diem calf Carpe Diem calf

BW: 70 lbs. • Owners: Trausch Farms, Greg Kroupa, Shane Boysel Sire: Tank (Heat Seeker) • Dam: Timex x Cannon TH Carrier, PHA Free Semen: $25, available from owners or any major distributor Carpe Diem is one of the most versatile bulls we have ever come across. He works so well on heifers ~ just ask Greg Kroupa, Kris Black and Ryan Went and many other top cattlemen across the country. He also will produce champion steers, heifers and high quality replacement females. If this isn’t enough, his daughters are becoming some of the top donors for many club calf producers. Carpe Diem will mark the very similar to the cow he is bred too. He also works tremendously well on your club calf pedigrees. Use him with confidence . . . Everyone else does.

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SIRE: Felony DAM. TMR K-lER Chantel (Faber) DOB: 4-2-2010 BW: 88 lbs. Unassisted TH Pending & PHA Free By Pedigree 5/8 Charolais In today’s world bulls come and go... only a few bulls become legends. No Limits is packed with maternal greatness from top to bottom. Maternal power breeds consistency. Consistency creates legends. Use No Limits with added confidence.

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Reserve Grand Champion Steer 2011 KSU Kickoff, Sired by Carnac! Congratulations Morrow family!

Grand Champion Heifer

2010 Badger Kick-Off Classic, Sired by Carnac! Congratulations Wisnefski family!

Res. Champion Prospect Steer 2011 National Western, Sired by Carnac! Congratulations May family!

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The HOTTEST Percentage Simmental bull to hit the pipeline!

Guyer Cattle Co. Dave & Lucy Guyer, Robinson, IL 618-546-5035 • 812-243-1676 NiCk reimaNN Ree Heights, SD • 605-871-3642

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Bargersville, IN • 317-431-0618

Positive Spring reports flooding in daily!

Grizzly’s Dam

update

Calf quality reports are Ifexceptional, just ask you hate to throw awayyour that first calf and would like to have one that you can still friends and neighbors about sell butthese don’tcalves. have to stay up all night worrying, then Grizzly is your answer to your

your calving ease answer!

If you hate to throw away that first calf calving ease troubles. This is a maternal sire that brings a lot to the table. He has hair, and would like to have one that you can bone, look, squareness, soundness, and an extended family tree of baldies on both still sell but don’t have to stay up all night sides of his pedigree. This photo was taken at 2 years of age, so you make your own worrying, then Grizzly is your answer to decisions when it comes to how you want your maternal cattle to look at that age. your calving ease troubles. This is a maternal sire that brings a lot to the table. He has Dam Grizzly’s hair, bone, look, squareness, soundness, and an extended family tree of baldies on both Sire: B&D 700M (Grizz/Blk Bear) • Dam: Hotmail/Simm (50% Simmental) • BW: 65 lbs. (out of of ahis firstpedigree. calf heifer) This photo was taken sides sire: B&D 700M (Grizz/Blk Bear) DOB: 4.05.06 • 50% Simmental • ASA Reg. #2468117 • TH- & PHA-Free •at 2AMF • of NHFage, so you make your own years dam: Hotmail/Simm (50% Simmental) bw: 65 pounds (out of a first calf heifer) decisions when it comes to how you want dob: April 5, 2006 • 50% Simmental your maternal cattle to look at that age. ASA Reg. #246817 THF, PHAF, AMF, NHF

Semen: $20

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Heat Wave X Whiplash ... BW: 89 lbs.

... BD: 04.01.10

Numberous flush mates have sold for $10,000 to $40,000. Semen avialable through the owners Wes Paul, 641.751.6848 or Colton Paul, 641.751.8777 John Frasher, 319.480.0638 or Jerry Frasher, 319.480.4707 OR ... SIRE SOLUTIONS, Kevin Mears • West Alexandria, Ohio • 937.533.0169

SEMEN: $25/unit

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Don’t Cry Wolf ...

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JFAmerican 0987X OF MSF

DOB: April 2, 2010 • ASA Reg. # 2573743 Homozygous Polled • Homozygous Black Upgrade x Dream On x Drake Cowboy x Black Irish Kansas •BW: 81 lbs. •Adj. WW: 826 lbs.•Adj. YW: 1,404 lbs.•365 Day Scrotal: 38.5 •365 Day Frame Score: 6.3 A big thank you to the brave men and women who defend our freedom and allow us to enjoy our safety and care free life in the greatest country on God’s green earth...

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“A picture tells a thousand words. Weʼve owned some of the Simmental breeds greatest sires, but we believe with all our hearts that JF American Pride 0987X is the most special animal we have ever had the chance to be a part of, it is as simple as that. Weʼre not selling “semen packages” or have any marketing gimmicks on this bull, just straight up selling semen to help better our breed and the cattle industry. Please take time to view the video and discover he is the soundest made, biggest bellied, most attractive Purebred Simmental ever to walk. His performance and eye appeal set him a part, we welcome your calls to discuss American Pride. We would like to give a special thanks to Jack McCoy of Meadow Springs Farm, Lafayette, Indiana for selling us this remarkable bull and his powerful dam and to Jeff Miller, Cutler, Indiana for pointing us in his direction!”

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Freezing Flush Quality Semen Semen Price: $50/unit (minimum purchase of 10 units) Volume discounts available upon request View video of American Pride at www.janssenfarms.com

Owners: Dave Janssen 712.358.1837 Chris Janssen 515.314.4771 E-mail: jf@ncn.net

Mark Sneed 937.269.1871

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DMCC Lamborghini x Jewel 3/4 Maine TH & PHA Free High Selling Progeny: $30,750, $12,000, $10,000, $7,500, $5,500, $4,000 The list of positives goes on and on. Ask around your neighbor probably used him. Predator’s success has been on a wide variety of cows. Use this sire with the greatest confidence to make you money.

The only way to get enough hair is to have a TH carrier calf. The only way to enough bone is to have a PHA carrier calf.

Predator is tested free for both and CAN sire hair & bone even on clean cows.

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This Predator sired bull calf is out of a tested TH & PHA free Paleface cow.


FIRST PREDATOR HEIFER - OFF TO A GREAT START! Champion Maine & 5th Overall Heifer Badger Kickoff Classic Open & Junior Calf Champion Maine Heifer American Royal Congratulations John Heaton!

Predator x Ali

Reports on Predator’s calves have been great from all directions. Special thanks to all his semen customers. Demand has been strong, order early to assure delivery.

Predator x Hot Line

• Predator has sired high sellers and champions. • No throw aways both sexes marketable. • The outcross sire you have been looking for. Check out more Predator progeny on Holtkamp Cattle's blog and send us your calf photos to be posted.

Semen $25 Collected at Nichols Cryo-Genetics. OWNERS:

HOLTKAMP CATTLE 319.850.1563 HUEBER SHOW CATTLE 815.761.7423 MINNAERT SHOW CATTLE 309.489.6024 May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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BK STING has the

added power and bone, good looking and unbelievably sound structured

BK

X8

MAINETAINER _ DOB: 3.10.10 BW: 75 lbs. _ PHAF & THF Sire: YELLOW JACKET _ Dam: IRISH WHISKEY

SEMEN _ $25/unit Owned by:

www.buckcattle.com _ jirl@buckcattle.com BUCK CATTLE COMPANY _ Jirl Buck & Family _ 580.795.4865 _ Dr. Dave Duello _ Dr. Robert Morton

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PoisonArrow

“This is one of the best Who Made Who sons to sell in a long time, maybe the best ever!” Dr. Jeff Holmes

The Unmistakable Look ofWho Made Who

-The Maternal Value of Meyer 734

SIRE: WHO MADE WHO DAM: MEYER 734 x CENTURY TOUCHSTONE Owned with Holmes Show Cattle (515) 341-2734

STYLE - MATERNAL ABILITY - COW FAMILY POWER

• Who Made Who continues to be a force in the club calf producing world. These long standing, industry changing genetics are continually producing some of the business’s most successful females. • On the dam’s side, his highly proclaimed Touchstone granddam, produced one of the most popular Angus steers ever in club calf history, winning the Iowa Beef Expo, Angus Jr. National and the Iowa State Fair champion banners. She was as impressive as any Angus cow - there are few like her today! • The influence of POISON ARROW on the powerful Maine influenced females at Duello Cattle Co. is eagerly anticipated. This exciting bull calf is no “middle of the road” bull. If you want to change a set of cows, this bull has all the right traits and the punch to get it done! • POISON ARROW is super extended through his neck and front, big backed, great topped and has the ideal rib shape. He should work excellent to generate club calf producing daughters on a set of cows needing added style, quality and shape, with a cool outline! THF PHAF BW: 83 - Calved unassisted out of a first calf heifer.

D UELLO C AT T L E C O M PA N Y Duello Cattle Co. - Dave Duello

(307) 220-3645; daveduello@rtconnect.net Mike Shelit (307) 640-4590

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Foundation JF

Daughter of Foundation

Brth Wean Year Milk MWW CW -2.7 29.5 59.6 -3.9 10.9 -5.8

YG Marb 0.05 0.46

BF REA API TI 0.05 0.16 127.5 74.3

Homozygous Polled - TRAIT TRAC:

50% Simmental • ASA #2444341 • SIRE: WSJ Encore DAM: TRIPLE C EMPRESS N3063L, a daughter of HC Powerdrive, with the influence of Fullback and OSU Empress on the dam’s side. Through his limited semen offering in 2009 and use on few cows, Foundation still managed to compile a tremendous record for any first calf crop. High quality semen is now readily available on Foundation and he is super impressive as a mature bull. His exciting spring 2010 progeny and his impressive look and style, have peaked interest in this young sire. Feel free to give us a call or inquire about the power of this leading new half blood Simmental sire. • DNA tested homozygous polled • A leading bull out of the Janssen Program.

RECENT TOP SELLING FOUNDATION PROGENY and MORE... • JF Cornerstone 006X - $35,000 Son Owned by Plendle Farms/Janssen Farms, IA • JF Crystal 026X - $15,500 Daughter Owned by Circle M Farms, TX • Miss Foundation 490X- $9,000 Daughter in Dwyers Foundation Fermale Sale, Bred by JD Anderson, NE/Owned by Guyer Cattle Co. IL • A Foundation Son was the Champion Simmental and High Selling Bull at the 2011 Sioux Empire Farm Show, shown by Double J Farms and sold for $7,500 to Todd Rau. • Two full sisters sold for $9,500 and $10,000

Dam of Foundation

SEMEN $25/Unit And currently available through: B3 Livesetock - Bruce & Debbie Bauman (307) 631-1103; bruceb@baumanranch.com Kendal and Scott Sedman (307) 631-1385 Duello Cattle Co. - Dave Duello (307) 220-3645; daveduello@rtconnect.net The Foundation Syndicate Includes these Additional Owners: Fred DeRouchey, Doug Parke, Diamond A Farms, Mark Sneed and Janssen Farms

Foundation for the Future

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Wide Open

First Calves ar e on the Groun d an d Look Great!

Photographed on March 10th, 2011

Purebred - Pure Power . with the Look!

• Wide Open, popular Denver display bull in 2011, is one of the most unique PB Simmental sires to come onto the scene in recent history. While in Denver 2010, he was a high seller and was named Bull Calf Champion on the hill. • His fresh genetics, power and athleticism made him a favorite among purebred breeders and club calf producers alike. His sire, Foreman, produced the top selling bull in Denver 2011. Wide Open’s pedigree traces to X339U on the top and bottom, plus Black Irish Kansas, Black Mick and 600U...maternal legends. • If you are looking to inject some maternal power into your cowherd without sacrificing eye appeal and performance, Wide Open is an absolute must use bull. Semen $25 per unit; sexed semen coming mid spring 2011. CE 6.5

Brth Wean Year MCE Milk MWW CW YG 2.3 35.6 57.6 4.2 -0.6 17.3 -0.2 0.00

Marb BF REA API TI 0.16 0.03 0.22 94.6 59.8

Ebonys Trademark by X339U

LBS The Foreman 702T

LBS Ms G3 by LBS Shotgun D2

RUBYS WIDE OPEN 909W - ASA #2492312 PB CNS Dream On L186

RUBYS Miss Cleo S601

Double R Miss Cleo (Black Joker x 600U)

Homozygous Black - Homozygous Polled TRAIT TRAC:

Duello Cattle Co. - Dave Duello

1526 Hwy 215, Pine Bluffs, WY 82082 daveduello@rtconnect.net (307) 220-3645 Dave; Mike Shelit (307) 640-4590 www.duellocattleco.com

Nate & Leslie Ruby

1170 Elk Stree; Murray, IA 50174 h: 641.447.2205 • c: 515.450.0112 www.rubycattleco.com

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GuyEr CattlE Co. | robinson, il | office 618.546.5035 ... Dave 812.243.1676 M&S CattlE Co. | brownstown, il | travis Stewart 618.973.3310 ... roger Meier 618.292.4955 QuiMby SHoW CattlE | bloomington, iN | Steve 812.327.0834 StEvE KEitH & FaMily | bloomington, iN | 812.327.4939

SEMEN: $20 • SirE: HEat WavE • DaM: Cub/CuNia

If you liked your QDogs, you will love the Q2s. Just like his brother, he will add prower, but Q2 has more bone and foot and is better about his neck and head. He also can be used on larger framed cows to down-size. Get your order in today for Spring breeding!

her Full tBo rotD Q og!

Pictured at 2+ years of age.


INTRODUCING THE BULLS OF GODDARD CATTLE CO. Would like to publicly announce the purchase of Bryan McKay and Todd Caldwell’s bull lineups. If you have any questions regarding any of these bulls, or if you have prospects out of our sires, please feel free to contact Randy or Garrett. We have semen representatives traveling the Midwest. Please contact either of us to schedule a farm visit. We look forward to your business in the future.

Randy & denise GoddaRd

Stanton, Iowa • Garrett Kalvig, Manager: 319-504-9020 • goddardcattle.com

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next generation sire: irish Whiskey • dam: saugahatchee 3000c bw: 90 • dob: 4-15-2010 • THF, PHaC • $25/unit

peaches n cream sire: Heat Wave • dam: deRouchey donor 245 PB Charolais bw: 89 • dob: 4-7-2010 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit

talk the talk sire: Heat Wave • dam: deBull x simmental bw: 92 • dob: 2-18-2010 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit owned with stoltz exotics

splash sire: one in a Million • dam: Woodhill Commander PB Angus bw: 58 • dob: 3-3-2010 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit owned with Riley deBoer Splash has low birthweights for 3 generations! One In A Million: 75 • Woodhill Commander: 64

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THE BULLS OF GODDARD CATTLE CO.

bad company sire: Monopoly • dam: Jake Maine bw: 88 • dob: 8-2009 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

immortal sire: Heat Wave • dam: angus x Full Throttle bw: 90 • dob: 3-28-2007 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit owned with Holtkamp Cattle Co.

unforgiven sire: Heat Wave • dam: #22 Cookie Monster bw: 90 • dob: 3-2-2007 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

alias sire: Hoo doo • dam: Who Made Who x angus bw: 82 • dob: 3-20-2003 • owned with Lautner Farms $20/unit

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tin man sire: alias • dam: Full Throttle x Cunia bw: 92 • dob: 3-11-2007 • THF, PHaF • $25 owned with Kevin Heath, dunk Cattle Co., and Thomsen Cattle Co.

ace of diamonds sire: Wernacres ace High (Vortec) • dam: Hi-View second Zelda bw: 84 • dob: 4-6-2006 • THF, PHaF • $25/unit (CF Royal) owned with Todd and Kris Vogel

simple man sire: shiver • dam: Paddy o’Malley bw: 77 • dob: 3-2009 • THF, PHaF • MaineTainer (5/8 Maine) owned with dave Vansickle • $25/unit

black powder sire: 3C Macho • dam: TR Miss Blackberry bw: 90 • dob: 4-2-2009 • THF, PHaF • $25/unit Halfblood simmental owned with Garrett Kalvig and Zach Kraenow

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THE BULLS OF GODDARD CATTLE CO.

the hangover sire: Friction • dam: Charolais x Mojo bw: 87 • dob: 3-3-2009 • THF, PHaC • Price: asK owned with Garrett Kalvig

blindside sire: Monopoly • dam: Rapids Creek Miss 208n (3/4 Maine Canadian outcross) bw: 88 • dob: 4-4-2009 • THC, PHaF • $20/unit owned with Garrett Kalvig

the gift sire: Who Made Who • dam: sunseeker x spindoctor bw: 92 • dob: 2-28-2009 • THF, PHaF • $25/unit owned with Garrett Kalvig

free n easy sire: ali • dam: irish Whiskey bw: 68 • dob: 2-20-2008 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit Registered High Maine-anjou

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jigsaw sire: Friction • dam: PB angus bw: 92 • dob: 3-28-2006 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit

curtain call sire: Heat Wave • dam: Cunia 602 bw: 94 • THC, PHaF • $25/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co. and Larry Morse

guns n roses sire: Who Made Who • dam: Bentley x Jack Frost bw: 78 • THF, PHaF • $25/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

ricky bobby sire: Heat Wave • dam: double Vision x Full Throttle bw: 87 • dob: 4-10-2006 • THC, PHaF • $20/unit

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THE BULLS OF GODDARD CATTLE CO.

shake n bake sire: Friction • dam: double down x Chi x angus bw: 87 • dob: 3-2-2006 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit owned with Line show Cattle

lector sire: Hannibal • dam: double Vision x 6807 bw: 91 • dob: 3-2009 • THC, PHaF • $20/unit

hillbilly deluxe sire: Heat Wave • dam: simmental x angus bw: 90 • dob: 3-12-2006 • THC, PHaF • $20/unit

joe blow sire: donnie • dam: Hotmail x Black impact bw: 88 • TH and PHa pending • $20/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

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texhoma sire: oCC Legend • dam: Chill Factor bw: 70 • dob: 6-2007 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

top cat sire: alias • dam: Meyer x Cunia bw: 86 • THF, PHaF • $25/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

chisum sire: ali • dam: all about Who son x angus bw: 70 • dob: 4-2-2008 • $20/unit owned with McKay Cattle Co.

ramblin man sire: irish Whiskey • dam: angus bw: 84 • dob: 3-2009 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit

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THE BULLS OF GODDARD CATTLE CO.

paintball sire: Heat Wave • dam: Mary bw: 91 • dob: 9-2009 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit

meltdown sire: almost Famous • dam: Friction x Meyer x angus x Cunia bw: 95 • dob: 3-15-2007 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit

yuma sire: Friction • dam: Who Made Who bw: 90 • dob: 3-2009 • THF, PHaF • $20/unit

FOR MORE inFORMATiOn On Any OF ThEsE BuLLs, COnTACT:

Randy & denise GoddaRd

Stanton, Iowa • Garrett Kalvig, Manager: 319-504-9020 • goddardcattle.com May 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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33427 old porTland rd

adEl, iowa 50003

maTT lauTnEr: 515.450.2800 JoSh grEinEr: 515.460.3398 www.maTTlauTnErcaTTlE.com www.maTTlauTnErcaTTlE.blogSpoT.com

SEE ThESE advErTiSEmEnTS and morE onlinE aT:

www.maTTlauTnErcaTTlE.blogSpoT.com

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Monopoly - $75/unit

Monopoly2- $25/unit Multiple sires in the industry have the ability to sire one male or female, here and there that make it. The Monopoly line of genetics is proven to have the ability to sire BotH males and females that are HigHly MarketaBle and equally as valuaBle. In 2010 the Monopoly line of genetics sired 40+ calves that sold for over $10,000. But, the real value is the aBility to sire cattle tHat are saleaBle.

These 2011 Monopoly sired calves and more are available at:

www.Mattlautnercattle.Blogspot.coM

33427 old portland rd

adel, iowa 50003

Matt lautner: 515.450.2800 JosH greiner: 515.460.3398 www.Mattlautnercattle.coM www.Mattlautnercattle.Blogspot.coM

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nO alIaS,MIlKMan Or MOnOPOlY In HIS blOOdlIneS.

BW. 88 lbS. • DOB. March 2010 • tHC • PHaF

Choppin Wood descends from Kris Black’s Troubadour. Choppin Wood is the greatest haired, Charolais bull we’ve ever seen. He is extremely powerful, soft sided and square in his lines. Check him out in Adel, Iowa next to the rest of our bulls at Hawkeye Breeders. Choppin Wood is the latest addition to our growing bull line-up. Semen is available exclusively from Matt Lautner Cattle and Cattle Visions Place your CHOPPIN WOOD order today!

33427 Old POrtland rd 866-356-4565

adel, IOwa 50003

Matt laUtner: 515.450.2800 JOSH GreIner: 515.460.3398 www.MattlaUtnerCattle.COM www.MattlaUtnerCattle.blOGSPOt.COM

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Semen:

$25 • available through all major distributors

TH Carrier • PHA Free Sire: Wilson (Who x Throttle) Dam: Heat Seeker

owners:

Tracy GoreTSka: 641-344-2400 Troy HullinGer: 641-223-2155

Sired by Sunseeker!

TH Carrier • PHA Free Sire: Monopoly Dam: Gracie — 3D (Meyer) x Hairietta (Who Made Who) DOB: February 2010 • BW: 86 • Bred by: Bellar cattle co.

owners:

Tracy GoreTSka: 641-344-2400 Dax lauTner: 515-370-0412 clinT BarneS: 419-356-6685

contact owners For SeMen!

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