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Every once in while you run across a female that can walk the walk and talk the talk. Calamity Jane 829 is a True Gem. Not only does she look fabulous, she produces BIG TIME! It doesn’t matter what she is bred to or if it’s a bull or heifer, this incredible female does it all! She has produced 3 AI sire’s sons, 3 direct daughters that sold for an average $18,000, and show steers that win majors. Accept only the Best at Sullivan Ranch!

Dan Sullivan 2576 Old Brandon Rd., Hillsboro, TX 76645 254.582.7096 254.707.0814 www.sullivanranch.net

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DSUL Smoke Signal Full Flush x 829 Calamity Jane

DSUL Outlaw Foreplay x 829 Calamity Jane

DSUL Smokin Meyer Meyer 734 x 829 Calamilty Jane

DSUL Smoke Signal Meyer 734 X Calamity Jane 829 . Valued at $20,000.

DSUL Sasha 529 Full Flush X CalamityJane. Sold for $19,500 in the 2007 Dakota Classic Sale.

DSUL Signal Full flush X 829 Calamity Jane heifer. Top seller in 2006 G.P. sale for $16,500

San Antonio 2009 Ch. Chi Steer Alis X FF x 829 Calamity Jane. Shown by the Massey Family, Midalothan, TX.

Houston AOB Steer full brother to Smoke Signal. Shown by Clay Major, Milford Tx

Hoo Bear x 829 Calamity Jane Sold as bred in 2010 to Mimms for $8,500.


Sire: BR Moler Dam: Devo (Denver Jr. Show Champion & Mat. sister to Tonic) BW: 80 lbs. Semen: $25/straw Available from all major distributors. Exportable semen available.

Thanks to breeders from every facet of the cattle business who have chosen to include Currency in their breeding programs. The response has been truly phenominal. Whether you’re making standout purebreds or powerful, predictable baldies, Currency has the prepotency to fill voids in a variety of breeding situations. Get back to the basics!

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Ali x Hard Drive TH-Free • PHA-Free A high-percentage Maine with incredible hair, bone, & look.

I Am Legend x Who Made Who Extremely stout and chubby.

Clones to Heat Wave, the most dominating club calf sire ever.

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KRIS BLACK

Pictured in October 2008 at Blacks in western Oklahoma Troubadour was tremendously hairy as a calf.

Troubadour is working tremendously on HEAT WAVE daughters or club calf bred females. Has presented very little to NO CALVING TROUBLE on mature cows. He fits the box! When it comes to body type, frame size and ideal length of body this is the bull that’s got it all. Extra heavy bone and foot with the right look to sire high selling calves and the extra style to make good females. Bred in the Kris Black herd and stemming from five generations of Kris Black cow families, with the fourth dam being a K Bar Sugar Ray x Epinal. TESTED TH AND PHA FREE. THREE QUARTER CHAROLAIS

Troubadour x Heat Wave - Sold for $24,000.00 in the Fall Born Sales at Collins Cattle - Watch for him this summer! Many other top sellers were sold.

The highest selling bull of all time at Kris Blacks under two years of age.

Sire: Lead On (PB Charolais) Dam: W.G. x Casper - Sugar Ray - Epinal

KRIS BLACK - JOHN SULLIVAN - CHUCK BARTON - BRANDON BIRD - RIDLING FARMS Available through all major companies and the Troubadour Syndicate - www.collinscattleservices.com Email ccollins@pldi.net for direct shipping. No handling charges.

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Bulls, Females, Steers, and Heifers for sale at all times. 150 High-Quality Maine-Angus and Simmi-Angus replacement females for sale by private treaty.

to our customers on your recent success! Grand Steer, KSU Kick-Off Classic. Jensen Family.

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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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797 Windfall's maternal sister. Div. Champ. Atlantic Nat’l Jr. Show.

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The $63,000.00 1/3 interest son of Steel Force, out of a Meyer 734 daughter, sold to Top Sires and Lautner Farms at the 2008 Exposure. He was widely used last season. Should work to add maternal traits and Simm influence to composite crossbred cows or in a purebred scenario. PB Simmental - Semen $25.00

The PHAF son of Irish Whiskey out of a Chill Factor daughter. Dubai has sired many champions and high sellers and is emerging as a new and leading Maine sire. Will add style, balance and eye appeal in a moderate complete package. 75% Maine - Semen $20.00

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Still in heavy use across the country to add good maternal Maine genetics to club calf producing and Maine seedstock herds. Chill Factor daughters have produced countless champions and high sellers. They are moderate, easy keeping and are versatile in any operation. 75% Maine - Semen $50.00

Whizard, is the new son of Steel Force out of Cerveza’s dam. (Chill Factor x Angus) This tremendous cow family has produced many valuable Maine and Simm influenced cattle. They are big ribbed and stout made. Thanks to Zach Gray, Josh Johnson and Dave Guyer for purchasing an interest in Whizard. Semen$20.00

TCTC PATTON Patton is the new PHAF son of Irish Whiskey that is siring some exceptional females. Already they have topped the Exposure and reports of top heifers in the north are emerging. Use him on Angus or composite cows to add maternal traits, Maine style and hair. His dam is a daughter of Midnight Chill the 3/4 brother to Chill Factor. 50% Maine - Semen $20.00

Visit the website for a complete sire directory and watch for new and up-coming sires. ANGUS SIRES LISTED ON WEB COMPLETE SIRE DIRECTORY www.gcccattle.com

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Maternal Pedigree Tremendous Power - Loaded with Style Wide Open is one of the most unique Simmental sires to come onto the scene in recent history. While in Denver, he was a high seller in the sale and was named Bull Calf Champion. His fresh genetics, power and athleticism made him a favorite among purebred breeders and club calf producers alike. His pedigree traces to X339U on the top and bottom, plus Black Irish Kansas, Black Mick and 600U. 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. Tremendous Early Inquiry - Order Semen Early

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Ebonys Trademark ( WLE Power Stroke by X339U x NJC Ebony Antoinette by Black Irish Kansas)

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RUBYS MISS CLEO S601 Double R Miss Cleo (PVF-BF BF26 Black Joker x 600U Daughter)

EPDS: CE: 7; BW: 1.5; WW: 30.4; YW: 50; MCE: 4.7; MM: 1.4; API: 93; TI: 57 - BW: 88 lbs.; Adj. WW 905

Wide Open is Owned in Partnership Duello Cattle Co. - Dr. Dave Duello 1526 Hwy 215, Pine Bluffs, Wyoming 82082 daveduello@rtconnect.net www.duellocattleco.com

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Sire: HeatWave Dam: AN/Full Throttle/AN DOB: 3.28.07 • BW: 89 lb TH Carrier • PHA Free

Immortal sired calf sales first year:

$25,000 Foreman $15,250 Miller Show Cattle $15,000 Blackford $13,500 Shaeffer & Tice $13,000 Elm Creek $11,750 Kurt Wolf $8,750 Joel Bobb $7,750 Minnaert & Olsen

Tim & Angie Heckman 309-255-0199 • B&J Cattle & Hay 309-370-1081 • Holtkamp Cattle Co 319-850-1563 Martin Livestock 317-431-0618 • Caldwell Show Cattle 309-253-5729

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Several more reports of class winners at all the winter shows keep coming in. Breeders across the nation are very excited with their Immortal sired calves - just ask around. Talk to the people that have seen him in person. “He’s definitely one of the soundest, coolest looking, and easy fleshing mature club calf bulls out there.” Greg Kroupa, SD after seeing Immortal at Chad Thompson’s coming off of fall calving cows and a harsh South Dakota winter.

Champion Market Heifer - Heart of it All

Shown by: Macie Ott, OH This heifer has been dominating her division in the East! Champion Chi Steer - Illinois Beef Expo  Champion Chi & Res Grand Steer - Gibson Co Preview Champion Chi Steer - Red Hill Classic Shown by: Austin Tomhave, IL

• Grand Steer - Pryor Spring Classic, OK; Grand Steer Ring A & Reserve Grand Steer Ring B - Will Rogers Classic, OK; Shown by Dennis Hartman • Supreme Champion Heifer - Gibson Co Preview, IN; Shown By: Alec Meyers, IL t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Sire: DMCC Lamborghini Dam: Jewel (Backdraft x Angus) 3/4 Maine Anjou :: BW: 70 lbs DOB: 2.1.08 :: TH & PHA Free Collected at Nichols Cryo-Genetics Semen ready to be shipped! Owners: HOLTKAMP CATTLE 319.850.1563 HUEBER SHOW CATTLE 815.761.7423 MINNAERT SHOW CATTLE 309.489.6024

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Flying B

PB Simmental Reg. 2341498 Sire Flying B Prime Cut (by TE McCredie); Dam by: GW Bright Light

Homo. Black Homo. Polled

Flying B Cut Above His progeny are extremely thick, is fondly known good footed, and sleek fronted down south as with super "show- ring" profile. This is the baldy outcross we’ve all been waiting for in a purebred Simmental. He’'ll work excellent on Dream On and Meyer 734 pedigrees, not to mention that he’'s perfect to use on Angus and clubby cows to make halfblood Simmy's. 5-mo-old Fat Butt steer in Mississippi.

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Fat Butt son. 6-time undefeated Grand Champion Halfblood Bull

Fat Butt daughter. Houston Div. Champ

Fat Butt's maternal sister. Houston Res. Gr. Champion Female 866-356-4565 www.cattlevisions.com


The 2010 NWSS was all about...

Style

simply lit up Denver! He commanded $101,000 at the Bases Loaded Sale. It was hard to ignore Style’s phenotypic presence while he was on display all week. His full broth­ er, Trubador, was a Division Champion in the bull show, and his older brother, El Capitan, was widely talked about for the great calf crop he sired this past season. We recommend you inject some Style this year!

Silveiras Style 9303 AAA #: +16427563 AMF/NHF • 6.1 frame Semen: $30/unit

Producing consistent quality is what Style is all about! Gambles Hot Rod X E161 X 6807 866­356­4565

Style has incredible neck extension, muscle mass, body depth, and hair quality…… just like all his full siblings!

El Capitan: Style’s full brother Progeny are the talk of America

Trubador: Style’s full brother Division Champion, 2010 NWSS Reserve Grand, 2009 American Royal

Elba 6540: Style’s full sister Senior Champion B&O Heifer, 2008 NJAS

Style’s full sister Another purple winner at NWSS

Elba 7453: Style’s full sister Elba 6546: Style’s full sister Supreme Champion, 2008 CA State Fair Supreme Champion, 2008 Western Bonanza

El Capitan daughter: Division Champion at Badger & MN Expo for Hauge

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Limestone Darkhorse Angus

Silveiras Style Angus

PVF Windfall Angus

Smooth Move Angus

Lut Angus

Ramblinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Fever Angus

Duff Copyright Angus+

Dream Catcher Simmental

Fat Butt Simmental

Rendition Simmental

Entourage Simmental

Mo Magic % Simmental

The Foreman % Simmental

Conclusion % Simmental

Trendsetter % Simmental

Monopoly Club Calf

Being the best takes dedication. Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Number 1 A.I. Brand! Call us toll free to request a sire directory, find your local rep, ask for breeding advice, or order AI certs.

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Semen on the best sires in all beef breeds.

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Eye Candy Club Calf

Point Taken Club Calf

Carpe Diem Club Calf

Uno Mas Club Calf

Alias Club Calf

Immortal Club Calf

Highliner Club Calf

Sun Seeker Club Calf

My Turn Club Calf

Smooth Sailing Club Calf

Carnac Club Calf

Who’s Destiny Club Calf

Full Moon Club Calf

One And Only Club Calf

Smilin’Bob Club Calf

Walks On Water Club Calf

We’re dedicated to you!

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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


AAA #: 15254164 $30/unit • $20/unit for 20+ units Sire: BT Bando 196J Dam: Jacee's Mayflower Maiden What you see is what you get!

Catch the fever...

Ramblin’ Fever daughters are milking great! He has an outcross pedigree, and injects loads of style and soundness with muscle! Ramblin’ Fever has worked successfully for Dan May on crossbred first calf heifers. Good reports are coming in from many satisfied folks that have already used Ramblin Fever! If you’re tired of all the fluff and puff of the young sires…try Ramblin’ Fever…he’s proven to work!

Special thanks to Cattle In Motion!

Check out Ramblin’ Fever’s video at http://www.cattleinmotion.com/video-ramblin-fever-2010

Bred by Jason & Casey Thrasher. Shown by Holder Farm.

Ramblin’ Fever sired this super fancy heifer that made many Denver friends.

Owned by the Schnoor Family.

Ramblin’ Fever sired this great uddered first calf heifer

Shown by the Retallick Family.

Ramblin’ Fever sired this awesome bodied and profiled heifer

Bred by 7451 Cattle Co. Shown by Jacee May.

Ramblin’ Fever sired this ultra cool heifer that made many Tulsa State Fair friends.

Ramblin’ Fever sired this 2008 Wisconsin State Fair Champion Angus Steer.

Catch the fever! Owned by Dan May, OK 405-880-1309

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THE TrainAINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T OFF THE

HEAT WAVE and THE CLONES

TRACKS YET

Tough TO BEAT

TOP 5 SteersÂ&#x2021; 2010 Iowa Beef Expo

All Sired by Heat Wave or Clone

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FANTASTIC FEMALES

WHO 2

Reserve Champion Steer

2009 NAILE Heat Wave X Who Made Who Congratulations Kroupa Family

Clone to Who Made Who Semen $25/unit Reserve Champion Steer

2009 Kansas City Heat Wave X Who Made Who Congratulations Burke Family

Reserve Market Animal 2010 National Western Ace in the Hole X Who Made Who Congratulations Bailey Core Raised by Swanson Show Cattle

Grand Champion Steer 2009 Michigan State Fair Who Made Who X Heat Wave Congratulations Acmoody Family

Grand Champion Heifer

2009 Oklahoma State AGR Sired by Who Made Who Congratulations Katy Satree Sold by Jerrod Arthur

Grand Champion Steer

2010 Sioux Falls Heat Wave X Who Made Who Congratulations Nic Laterbach

Phil Lautner

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Ree Heights Who Made Who X Heat Wave

Who Made Who has been b siring great ones for quite some tim time, me, and now thirteen years later we are prou proud ud to of offer ffer f his best son yet. Backed by pr oven genetics, this proven bull has a rear end big bigger gger than the town of Ree Heights itself. Re Ree ee Heights is the perfect size to sire domin dominating nating show steers. The Who Made Who killer k look and the Heat Wave Wave a power mad made de this young sire one of Spring 2009’ 2009’ss hottest h bulls.

BOJO

Ali X (Alias X Heatseeker) Owned with Dan Young and Jason Holmes

One of the most popular display bulls in Denver last l year year,, we are expecting great things t from Bojo in the Spring of 2010. This Ali son has everything itt takes to sire winning steers; incre incredible edible bone, muscle, mass, and body body.. The quarter and top Bojo posses is amazing. amazing Bojo ZLOOGHÀQLWHO\VLUHVRPHJUHDWRQHV ZLOOGHÀQLWHO\VL UHVRPHJUHDWRQHV Those that saw him h this spring at REI where very impressed with this young sire. Colle Collected ected at REI.

Phil Lautner

515.386.3284 515.370.3284 1.800.515.3284

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Big Jimmy Sired by Jimmy the Greek Raised by Jason Boyle

High Seller Sired by Jimmy the Greek Raised by Dustin Glover

Lereroroyoy Brown Le Leroy Brorow Br own wn

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Champion Prospect

2009 Black & Gold Showdown Congratulations Layne Robinson Sired by Leroy Brown

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Sired by Leroy Brown Congratulations Aaron Hoerst Raised by Abney Show Cattle April 2010 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m

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ADVANTAGE


Milkman Mil llkma k man an Grand Champion Steer 2010 Sioux Empire Sired by Milk Man Congratulations Forman Family

Reserve Prospect

Champin Charolais 2009 Houston Sired by Milk Man Congratulations Mallory Newsom

2009 Tarleton Spectacular Sired by Milk Man

On a R Roll... Rolll... Rol ...

Reserve Market Heifer 2009 NECC Sired by Alias

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National Champion Chi Female 2009 NAILE Sired by Alias Congratulations Miller Family

Phil Lautner

Grand Champion Steer 2009 KJLS Sired by Alias Congratulations Crumbaker Family

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Grand Champion Steer

I am Legend

2009 Kansas Beef Expo Sired by I am Legend Congratulations Emma Vickland

Mississippi Mis Mi iss sssis iss sssip ipp ppi pi Stud Stu St tud ud

Maxim Max Ma axxim xiim

FFIIRSTT CALF CALLF CROP

I am Legend X Who Made Who Raised by Jason Boyle

CRIMSON TIDE

Sired by I am Legend Raised by Larson Show Cattle

SUCCESS SUCC CESS

Champion Prospect Steer 2010 Arizona National Sired by Crimson Tide

Sold by Copus Show Cattle Raised by Phil Lautner Full sib embryos for sale 515.370.3284

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Phil Lautner

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ADVANTAGE


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NEW FOR 2010

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Maxim

I am Legend X Maine TH Carrier PHA Free

Mississippi Stud I am Legend X Who Made Who TH Carrier PHA Free

Cowboy Casanova Total Solution X Sunseeker TH Carrier PHA Free

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Ali X Who Made Who BW: 60 TH Free PHA Free

Tiiny Tiny Tin ny y Tim Tim m Ali X Witch Doctor BW: 65 TH Free PHA Free

Ali X PB Maine BW: 87 TH Free PHA Free

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OPEN BAR is a proven PHA Free / TH Free AI sire destined to bring greatness!

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Sire: Money Shot Dam: Dr. Who BW: 92 lbs DOB: 3.2.08 Scurred TH-C/PHA-Free Semen: $20

Owned with: Bob May

608.553.0124

Ryan Ottmann 660.744.4454

Brian Reid

303.941.1004

Sire: Open Dam: Pohlmans Barbara 2557 AMAA #390312 MaineTainer Polled THF/PHF/AMF Semen: $25

Owned with:

Wayne & Barb Ohlrichs 402.371.0695 402.649.5804

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Ben, Denise, Jack, & Sean Kelly 24403 250th St. Dallas Center, IA 50063 515-208-2389

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Res. Div., MO AGR. Class Winner, NE AGR. Raised by Scott Grimm.

4th Overall and Reserve Chianina Female, Kansas Beef Expo. Raised by Matt Copeland.

Steer sold by Tony Austin.

Heifer sold by Hunter Bros.

high-sellers $20,000 steer $15,000 steer $12,750 steer Kelly Burch $12,500 heifer Kelly Cattle Co. $12,000 heifer B & N Cattle $12,000 steer Ty Fix $10,250 steer Kelly Cattle Co. $8,500 steer Matt Copeland $8,000 heifer $7,000 heifer B & N Cattle $7,000 steer Kelly Burch $7,000 steer Tim Burke $6,000 heifer Ty Fix $5,250 steer Wade Conover

Sire: Heat Seeker • Dam: Whiplash • BD: 3.7.07 • BW: 95 lbs. • Polled/Scurred Semen: $25 • Available through all major distributors. • Collected at Nichols Cryogenetics. Famous for high-quality semen!

Kelly Cattle Co. Dallas Center, IA Phil Newendyke Sterling, IL Bob May Show Steers Mineral Point, WI C: 515-208-2389

309-644-1810

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TH- & PHA-Free . BW: 85 lbs. . DOB: 5.7.06 . Pld Sire: WHR Sonny 8114 . Dam: Ka’Ba Rose DL Semen: $25 . Certificates: $25 OWNED BY: Phildon Farms, Ron Martin . Greenfield, IN 317.326.2568 . Cell: 317.727.4904 Aaron Selke . 765.650.0800 Todd Caldwell . 309.253.5729 B&J Cattle & Hay . 309.742.4806

TH- & PHA-Free . BW: 88 lbs. . DOB: 2.10.07 . Pld Sire: WHR Sonny 8114 . Dam: Ka’Ba Rose DL Semen: $25 . Certificates: $25 OWNED BY: Phildon Farms, Ron Martin . Greenfield, IN 317.326.2568 . Cell: 317.727.4904 Aaron Selke . 765.650.0800

TH- & PHA-Free . BW: 81 lbs. . DOB: 3.11.08 . Pld Sire: Rumor Has It . Dam: Phildon Rose DL 2nd (Dam is a full sister to Get Serious & Absolutely) Semen: $25 . Certificates: $25 Sexed semen available. OWNED BY: Phildon Farms, Ron Martin . Greenfield, IN 317.326.2568 . Cell: 317.727.4904 Joel Brooks . 815.541.5882 Phildon JBS

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OWNERS Todd & Kris Vogel :: 712.260.9510

Caldwell Show Cattle :: 309.253.5729 • B&J Cattle & Hay :: 309.742.4806 Tyler Melroe :: 605.695.3295 • Steve Melroe :: 701.678.2225

A LEGEND In The Making

A Dominating Sire that is available to the public!

Wernacres Ace High (Vortec) x Hi-View Second Zelda (CF Royal) Smooth Polled • DOB: 4.6.06 • BW: 84 lbs. Tested TH & PHA FREE!

TOP SIRES 630-365-6859 (608) 846-3721

(866) 356-4565 (800) 774-0437

Shorthorn Shop shorthornshop.com 1-888-530-4925

(800) 786-4066 (979) 693-0388

(800) 443-6389

Sexed Semen $300/unit Unsorted Semen $25/unit

$35,000 High Seller: KOLT Cattle Simple Choices Sale $50,000 High Seller at the Maternal Legends Sale

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Photo taken at 10 months of age

Sire: Hannibal • Dam: Dart/Epinal • Birthdate: March 5, 2009 • Birthweight: 80 lbs. • TH-Free/PHA-Free • Semen: $20/unit •

Photo at 7 months of age

Big-bellied, cool-fronted. Add some bone and hair to your herd. With a clean pedigree, you won’t find one hairier or better-looking.

Thanks to the First Class Sale for selling such a breathtaking individual. And a special thanks to Wade Rodgers Cattle Co. for all their help.

Being collected at Nichols Cryo-Genetics in Ankeny, Iowa. See him there! Contact owners for semen:

JSK Show Cattle Jeff, Sheila, and Kyle Hughes 830 320th St., Bagley, IA 50026 H: 641-427-5672 • Jeff: 515-370-2218 www.showsteers.com/hughes t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Maternal Club Calf Genetics at their finest. Presenting the full brother to Whiplash. Sire: Meyer 734 . Dam: C-17 by Lash/Cunia High Quality Semen: $20 Available Everywhere! Volume discounts available. Sexed Heifer Semen, only at exclusive events. Owned by the Backlash Ring: BBB Cattle . Chris Beutler & family 402-380-8244 . beutlerworkplace@hotmail.com Beau Byington . 630-364-6568 Lupher Ranch . 307-780-8395

Backlash Get your cowherd back with Backlash.

Picture taken at 3 years. ASA #2521010

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If you are looking for bone, muscle, body, and hair, look no further! This could be one of the best Dirty Harry sons to date. Whether you are a MaineAnjou, commercial, or club calf operation, this bull will work for you.

GEF

981W

DOB: 3-1-09 | Polled TH-Free | PHA-Carrier Semen: $25/unit

(866) 356-4565 (800) 774-0437

TOP SIRES (800) 443-6389

(630) 365-6859

CJ Cattle Co.

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Mossy Oak X Char/Angus

March 2008 Calved unassisted

Bam Bam is flat-out, freakinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; good!

Bred by Big H Ranch

TH-Free â&#x20AC;˘ PHA-Carrier

Semen $20/unit Semen available through owners and all major distributors.

Big H Ranch

Turkey Run Cattle

Shannon & Angela Holohan Family Madison, MO 660-676-8360

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C&A Farms

Ance Cascio • Seminary, MS • 601-927-6252 Watch for details on the new C&N Fall Sale in upcoming issues of the Show Circuit.

ET DOB: 1-17-09 BW: 88 lbs • Polled TH-Free/PHA-Free Sire: SULL GNCC Asset Dam: GCC Myrtle Bo 304 Semen: $35/straw Contact: Genex 225.578.3293|715.526.2141

Certificates: $35 Contact: Owners FedEx proved himself at a very early age... • 5-Time Champion • 2-Time Supreme Champion Overall • A member of Sullivan’s Pen-Of-5 Champion in Denver • All before 1 yr of age

ET DOB: 11-16-07 BW: 85 lbs • Polled TH-Free/PHA-Free Sire: CF Solution X ET Dam: GS Touche’s Carly 8F Semen: $35/straw Contact: Genex 225.578.3293|715.526.2141

Certificates: $35 Contact: Owners Semen can be shipped anywhere in the world. Very thick, sound and complete. Will work on purebred and club calves!

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DICE Sire: Zahns Whiskey Chaser Grandsire: Paddy O’Malley Dam: GECG Annie Grandsire: Cowan’s Ali DOB: 1-1-08 • BW: 77 lbs. • TH- & PHA-Free • Reg. 3/4 Maine Semen: $20/unit • Contact Dice Cattle Co.

The One U Want! The producer kind with show ring eye appeal! A stout, heavily muscled bull with rib shape that combines soundness and performance. Tim, Mary Jo, Laura, & Kyle Dice 10606 E. Baseline Rd., Avilla, IN 46710 260-897-3616 • C: 260-242-0411 www.showcattlepage.com/dicecattleco

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Polled Calved 01.24.09 SIRE: TM Gus 36S ET DAM: FG Miss Vixen BW: 3.2; WW: 16; YW: 28; MILK: 2

For semen, contact Tom at 651.301.9555 SEMEN: $25/unit & AI CERTS: $20

Prophecy was named Reserve Senior Calf Champion at the NWSS. Prophecy is a well balanced, stout made, thick muscled bull that will add new and exciting genetics to your breeding program. He would work great on purebred cows or black crossbreds to make those awesome looking blue roans.

Lance, Sharon, Randene & Kendra Davis 507.325.4739 Glenville, MN

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Fred Ripberger 317.849.8485 • 317.694.4273 Indianapolis, IN

Tom Bryan 651.301.9555 • Red Wing, MN bryan.renae@gmail.com • cannondalefarms.com


Carrousel Farms releases semen on Monopolyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s secret full brother...

HUGO

A killer look, tons of hair, and an excellent attitude make this clone-like bull very special indeed. First calves are due this spring and are highly anticipated.

Semen: $25 Brad Bader

608-328-1885 â&#x20AC;˘ 608-558-3024

Tim Suddeth 608-214-4740

Tim Donovan 608-214-1180

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Jeff (c) 616-902-1022 Quentin (c) 616-902-4415 Travis (c) 989-400-9532 Semen: $20/unit • For semen, contact: Harwood Cattle Co., Great Lakes Sire Service at 269-489-9888, or CattleVisions at 866-356-4565

The females sired by Harwood 209 that have sold at the Foundation Female Sale in the past 3 years have averaged $3,780, and last year they averaged $4,400. Not bad for a bull that has only been used for clean up on a set of Angus cows. He has sired more baldies than any other Meyerinfluenced sire we have used and by far the most consistent in quality. Many top club calf producers have started using Harwood 209 and have found just how great he works.

It’ s not all about the big name and pretty picture. It’ s what works. TH-Free • PHA-Free • Semen: $20/unit

Second-high-seller at the Priority One Sale for $16,000 to Mike Rist and Vince Hoffman

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Meyer 734 Horny II Sire: MCC Classic Dollar II OCC 6807 Son Dam: HCC 209D Power Plant - Black Max

Daughter of 209


Saturday, May 1, 2010 At the farm near Rockmart, GA Request your catalog or video today!

Producing CHAMPIONS on all levels!

JWR 102P Loaded Belle 134T

JWR 4094 Trisha 121U

JWR 155P Krissy Kay 162T

JWR R218 Trisha 173U

Many-time county champion in Texas. Shown by Ari Adrian Montemeyer, TX.

GA Jr. Natl. Lvk. Show Champion and many other winnings. Shown by Gabe Brogdon, GA

SE Reg. Hereford Show, Reserve Grand. JNHE Class Winner. Shown by Locke St. John, AL

JNHE Reserve Div. Champion Shown by Chelsie Dobbins, MS.

Here is a sample of this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s offering...

Come pick out your next champion!

074U - Sept. 10, 2009 - Sired by Stamina

089W - Sept. 27, 2009 - Sired by Nitro

071W - Sept. 6, 2009 - Sired by Nitro

139W - Nov. 11, 2009 - Sired by P606

125W - Nov. 1, 2009 - Sired by Tundra

106W - Oct. 15, 2009 - Sired by Tundra

www.jwrlandandcattle.com

Live Internet Bidding at:

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Hotels Days Inn, (937) 393-0299 103 Harry Sauner Rd. Hillsboro, OH 45133 Best Western, (937) 444-6666 100 Leininger St. Mt. Orab, OH 45154 Comfort Inn, (937) 386-2511 55 Stern Drive, Seaman, OH 45679

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Private Treaty Sale Bids close Sunday, April 25, at 5:00pm

April 17

All calves available for viewing at sale sites beginning . For viewing prior to this date, please contact consignors. Elite calves selected from over 1,500 cows and sired by the most popular AI sires. For more details, visit:

www.clubcalves.com/springsmackdown.html


Black Diamond Cattle

Steve Tomlin 6307 St. Rt. 125, West Union, OH (937) 509-3952 • (937) 269-1549

Bogie Greene Acres

Hauke Show Cattle

Alan Scott 5407 Camp Rd., Georgetown, OH (513) 702-3185 • (937) 213-0749 www.scottfamilycattle.com

Jones Family Show Cattle

Showcase Cattle Co.

Chris Smith 3345 St. Rt. 756, Felicity, OH David Jones (513) 404-6100 • (513) 876-2661 10343 Tri-Cty Hwy, Winchester, OH www.clubcalves.com/bogiegreeneacres (513) 313-6089 • (937) 725-2294 www.jonesfamilyshowcattle.com

Cummings Cattle

Scott Show Cattle

Kirk Forsythe 899 Mowrystown-Sardinia Rd. Sardinia, OH (937) 446-2965 • (937) 402-8263

Lazy S Farms

Brian & Heather Cummings 5249 Anderson Rd., Hillsboro, OH (937) 763-0633 • (937) 763-5142 www.cummingscattle.com

Brandon Snider 470 State Route 133, Felicity, OH (513) 658-0316 • (513) 876-0813

Gray Farms

Manning Show Cattle

Josh & Kristen Souder 5555 Eckmansville Road Winchester, OH (937) 205-5937 • (937) 728-0366 www.showcasecattlecompany.com

White on the Dutch

Steve White 4040 Old Dutch Road Manchester, OH Danny Gray Family Bob Manning (937) 549-3575 • (937) 681-8099 6770 Hughes Rd., Russellville, OH 3401 Narrow Gauge Rd, Winchester, OH www.whiteonthedutch.org (937) 515-0872 • (937) 515-1101 (937) 695-0182 • (513) 505-0756 www.clubcalves.com/manningshowcattle.html www.dannygrayfarms.com Kelly Long 4844 Anderson Road Dwight Hamilton Nathan (Bubba) Vogel Hillsboro, OH 8859 US Hwy. 50, Hillsboro, OH 700 Decatur Pike, Winchester, OH (937) 763-0931 • (606) 782-1981 (937) 763-1463 • (937) 763-1700 (513) 256-8370 • (937) 779-7835 www.showsteers.com/wolfridge www.dwighthamiltonshowcattle.com www.snlivestock.com

Wolfridge Partnership

Dwight Hamilton Show Cattle

S&N Livestock

Join us for food, music, & fun!

Saturday Night Social 7pm - Midnight • White on the Dutch

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Thank you to Brian Goettemoeller and congrats to the Gilbert Family on their many-time champion heifer. Raised by us. Thank you to Brian Goettemoeller and congrats to the Straitmatter Family on their many-time champion heifer. Raised by us.

Congrats to Caleb Potter and Family on their champion heifer. Raised by us.

All calves will be at sale loaction one week prior to sale date. Calves may be kept at sellers’ expense and risk until August 1, 210.

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Join us for a Saturday Night Social, April 24 at 7pm, featuring “Cabin Creek Band”!

Initial bids close 5pm on 4-25-10 Sale Location: 4040 Old Dutch Rd., Manchester, OH 45144


April 23 - 25 Calves like these will be offered sired by Monopoly, Sun Seeker, Hairy Bear, Carnac, Alias, Wisdom, Powertrip, SOS, and more!

This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s success stories... 2009 Heart Of It All Grand Champion Heifer overall Res. Grand Champion Overall Champion Maintainer Champion Crossbred 2009 Ohio AGR Holliday Classic Grand Champion overall Champion Chi Heifer 2010 Scarlet & Gray Midwest Showdown Res. Champion Crossbred 2010 Gallia County BEST Show Champion Chi Heifer 5th Overall Heifer 2010 Ohio Cattle Battle Reserve Supreme Heifer Champion Crossbred Heifer 2010 Purdue AGR Grand Champion Steer Champion Maintainer Heifer 2009 Hoosier Beef Congress Champion Maintainer 2009 NAILE Div. Champion Chi Female 2009 Adams Co. Open Supreme Champion Female 2009 Xenia Open Show Res Grand Heifer Overall

www.whiteonthedutch.org www.reynoldsshowcattle.com

Ohio State Fair 2006 Champion Prospect Steer 2007 Champion Prospect Steer 2007 Res. Ch. Prospect Heifer 2008 Champion Prospect Steer 2009 4th Overall prospect steer 2009 Highland Open Champion Prospect steer

Steve White 937-681-8099 Jason Reynolds 513-260-7155

2009 Wabash, Indiana Champion Prospect Steer

Check out our entire sale offering online! We feed & recommend

Local Hotels: Hampton Inn, 606-759-0600 Country Nights Inn, 937-544-9761

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D&D

• BW: 90 lbs. ree • BD: March 5, 2009 dig pe ree A-F PH & TH • y) • Semen: $20 Purebread Shorthorn Della Daisy 1105 (by Sonn R WH m: Da • ne sto od Sire: HD Blo

Agle Family Shorthorns South Vienna, Ohio • Bob Agle 937-215-7363 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Polzin Cattle

Not with these quality genetics!

Chris, Leslie, & Brooke Polzin â&#x20AC;˘ Darwin, MN 320-693-2846 (H) â&#x20AC;˘ 612-916-0105 (C)

0641: The consistent producer of Champions.  She has produced 4 National Calf Champions.

5 of her 2009-born daughters averaged $12,000. Heatwave or Monopoly genetics. We will flush to the bull of your choice.

PZC TR Bomshell: Firewater x 0641 Reserve National Champion Female at Denver 2010 as a May baby. Full sib embryos available. Siblings will sell in Northern Exposure October 2.



Smokette: One of the most powerful and  popular National Champion Charolais Females !! Monopoly or Create your own embryos.

Doll: Mass, Power, and Style. We think this young female has unlimited potential. We would welcome a partner to share in her future. Give us a call.

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PB Simmental • Homozygous Black Sire: R&R Warehouse K609

Dam: Meyer 734 x Black Max

Actual BW: 80 lbs. TH & PHA Free

Don’t be part of the problem. Be part of the

DJ • Jeff Maas & SW Iowa Comm. College Open Heifer $6,350. • 2009 Field of Dreams Sale Open Heifer Avg: $4,088. Lot # 37 Open Heifer by DJ Salution sold for $11,000. • 2009 Huston Livestock Sale Avg: $3,390. Lot #18 by DJ Salution sold for $4,950. • 2009 Hawkeye Simm. Sale Open Heifer Avg: $2,482. MSF Moonbeam sold for $4,000. • Open heifer at Hudson Pines Farms 2009 sale. Lot 19 brought $3,250 in their Living Legacy Sale.

DJ Salution is a proven calving ease sire whose calves come easy and are marketable after birth. He is recommended for use on heifers.

Semen available from major distributors.

Miles DeJong,

Kennebec, SD • 605-869-2329

L.J. Herzog, Paris, MI Kent Snowdon, Niobrara, NE Mark Fuller, Big Rapids, MI t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Renegade was Reserve Grand Champion % Simmental Bull at the 2010 NWSS... and a major crowd favorite!

Semen available from owners and all major distributors. Sexed semen available. Call for details. Flushmate Sister: WLTR Lydia 39U ET Res. National Champion % Simmental Female, 2009 American Royal Open & Jr. Shows

Dam: J&J Queen 414

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WalkerArticle by Dr. Paul Walker, Professor of Animal Science, Illinois State University

A Perspective on the Animal Welfare/Animal Rights Debate In today’s society, there is an increasing level of horizontal concentration within the retail food industry, resulting in fewer players in this market. From fast food to the grocery store, a shopper has a limited variety of brand name, mega corporations from which to procure food. Additionally, animal activist groups such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) have pushed their agendas upon consumers by publicizing rare and regrettable occurrences of neglect, abuse, or other inhumane treatment. Consequently, mega retailers like Wal-Mart, McDonalds, etc. are attempting to be proactive by limiting their purchases to “welfare friendly” operations. However, the idea of welfare is poorly defined, and definitions vary from person to person. As a result, retailers have set arbitrary standards that animal producers must meet in order for their product to qualify for sale in the retailers’ outlets. These standards include stipulations ranging from nutrition regimens (antibiotic and growth promotant exclusion) to lifestyle (from group housing for pregnant sows, to cage free systems for laying hens). Because producers have limited options as to where to sell their animals, they must acquiesce to retailers’ demands. However, retailers and the activist groups are using little to no scientific evidence upon which to base these standards. This has potential to cause all sorts of problems for producers. A relatively few retailers have great power to affect the way in which the public views animal agriculture. By giving heed to the activist agenda, retailers validate the activist argument despite the lack of any clear scientific consensus. For example, when a business such as Mc Donald’s agrees that sausage must be produced by farms in which sows are housed in groups, it leads consumers to believe that this is a problem/issue that must be solved. This feedback loop fuels the fire of the activist agenda to end animal agriculture. For just a handful of super retailers to have this power poses a scary proposition because farmers will be (as opposed to maybe) forced to bend to these whims or go out of business. By requiring changes in management from the normal, traditional way in which animals are produced, capital costs may increase to the point at which it will be unprofitable for some producers. Small scale operations may be particularly affected by these financial burdens. When the public thinks of animal production and ideal animal welfare, it is not uncommon for the average person to elicit visions of an “Old Mac Donald” farm with a few of each animal (ie. here a pig, there a duck, everywhere a cow) rather than the large scale production facilities of modern agriculture. However, the “Old Mac Donalds” of this industry are the ones that may be forced out of business if unprofitable management practices are forced upon them, practices that may have no beneficial impact for animal well being. Large scale confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) may be able to weather this storm, as they can probably afford to absorb the negative financial burdens that may be associated with the arbitrary changing of animal management practices. So, it would seem that research and development may be the key to solving this problem. In fact, some management strategies enforced by such giants as McDonald’s and Burger King have resulted in processing plants improving their methods for handling live animals and for humane slaughter. This result has seemed to genuinely aid animal welfare, as one can-

not argue that an animal that is calmer and not frightened has a higher level of welfare than one that is constantly fearful. On the other hand, implementation of large scale housing decisions may, in fact, be detrimental for animal well being, due to the lack of any clear consensus in the superiority of one housing method or management strategy over another, and the large array of confounding variables by which methods can be compared. The differences in the welfare level of animals in various housing environments are not clear cut. Perhaps these mega food marketing corporations should put their money where their mouth is by providing funding for well designed, objective science based research before they attempt to impose nationwide changes to management practices in another industry. If society is to continue the trend towards concentration of the retail food sector (Walmart currently accounts for 29% of all grocery sales), then someone must provide a check on the power these businesses wield. Individuals and collective members of society have a duty to fulfill this role. Each and every consumer has an obligation to enlighten themselves about the ways in which their food has been produced. Consumers should become familiar with the reasons producers make decisions and practice farming the way that they do, rather than clinging to the idyllic notion of “Old Mac Donald.” Consumers should stop assuming that mega retail corporations have the animal’s best interest in mind, and realize that much of the retailers concern for animal welfare is just a marketing ploy with the animal activists threatening retaliation if the food retailers do not comply. Retailers want consumers to feel good about the food products they purchase. Animal agriculture must unite and rally the support of all agriculture organizations including the corn and soybean growers. American citizens must be educated. The animal rights groups must be challenged and their vegetarian agendas exposed for what they truly are – elimination of animal agriculture. Animal agriculture in the US could be on the verge of collapse. When food animal production leaves this country, and when the US is food dependant, being energy (foreign oil) dependent will seem inconsequential. Our associations (IBA, NCBA, NPPC, IPPA) while actively reactive, must become more proactive perhaps even aggressive in providing leadership in the animal welfare/animal rights debate. More funding for objective animal research must be provided. However, agriculture will not win the debate based on scientific research alone. This issue is about perception and emotion. More consumer information in the form of advertisements and infomercials must be published in popular consumer magazines. Consumers want to eat meat but they, also, want assurance that animals enjoy life, are comfortable and have a humane death. Perhaps animal agriculture should develop its own “Animal Welfare Organization” and employ a charismatic CEO who can be a dynamic spokesperson for animal welfare. The credibility of organizations like HSUS and PETA must be challenged. Americans need an alternative organization they can trust. Authors Note: This article was originally authored by Andrea Hanson as a weekly writing assignment in the course titled “Current Issues in the Beef Cattle Industry”. Andrea is a graduate student evaluating the effects of sow housing alternatives on sow well being and performance. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Adcock.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Anderson.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Ashtin Guyer.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Breedlove.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Alex Head.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Ashtin Guyer.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Jess Hawk.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mariah Behrends.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Montana Deppe.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Kristopher Meyer.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Micaela Fosdick.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Dylan Torrey.

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Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Alec Myers.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Samantha Walker.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Daniel Harrell.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Josh Goodman.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Brock Swalve.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Pieper.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jaime Bloomberg.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Will Rincker.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Whitney Gray.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Trent Bertsche.

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Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by AJ Line.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Nicholas Day.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Hunter Weber.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Lauren Adcock.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Austin Tomhave.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Austin Bauer.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Kristine Apel.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Hannah Benoit.

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Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Ethan Boyer.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Jared Whitcomb.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brandon Wyatt.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Jordan Breedlove.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Hunter Weber.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Kelsey Richie.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Payton Richie.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Donna McCune.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Zaccery Risley.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Cohen Hill.

Champion Division 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Reserve Division 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Humphrey.

Reserve Division 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kelsey Richie.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Jon Heaton.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heaton. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Crall.

Reserve Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Nick Sullivan.

3rd Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Charlie Wilson.

5th Overall & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chase Jass. 4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Nick Sullivan.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Greiman.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Leo Kruse.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Haley Stalcup.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Haley Stalcup.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Hagan Willis.

Reserve Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Logan Rosenmeyer.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Nick Sullivan.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Dana Drummond.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Colton Shull.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Claire Solsma.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Hansen.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Krebs.

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Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Mara Anderson.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Christian Danker.

Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman.

Reserve Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Derek Anderson.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Mitch Udell.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Chloe Van Vliet.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ryan Shuey.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Samantha Frederick.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nick Sullivan.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Aaron Folk.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kennedy Wohlford.

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Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Courtney Jass.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Miranda Fortune.

Champion Division 1 Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Chloe Goretska.

Reserve Division 1 Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Crall.

Reserve Division 3 Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder.

Reserve Overall Commercial Heifer & Champion Division 2 Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Kale Spengler.

Reserve Division 2 Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Maddy Udell.

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Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Faber.

Reserve Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Danielle DeLange.

3rd Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Austin Wooster.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Jake Tanner. 4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Tyler Faber.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Reed McCormick.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Grace Ehlinger.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Jordyn Burco.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Alexia Smith.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Chance Deepe.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Montana Deepe.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Adam Staudt.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Zach Lindsey.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Max Forsyth.

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

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Austin Bennett.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Ryan Mesch.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by AJ Walker.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Kysa Downing.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Danielle DeLange.

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Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Walker McDermott.

Champion Division 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tanner Stutsman.

Reserve Division 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Macey Goretska.

Champion Division 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Trace Ticknor.

Reserve Division 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Chisum Downing.

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Champion Division 1 Market Heifer, exhibited by Caden Curoe.

Reserve Division 1 Market Heifer, exhibited by Bryton Voss.

Reserve Overall Market Heifer & Champion Division 2 Market Heifer, exhibited by Austin Henningsen.

Reserve Division 2 Market Heifer, exhibited by Jordyn Burco.

Reserve Division 3 Market Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Marty.

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Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Cramer Schneider.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

4th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Grimes.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton.

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Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Moore.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Kristopher Meyer.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Andrew Milan.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by AJ Rogers.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Calli Bayer.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cole Mulhern.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Winegardner.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Claire Trenepohl.

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Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Ally Jo Schneider.

Champion Percentage Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Reserve Percentage Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Will Rinoker.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Becca Chamberlain.

Champion Percentage AOB Heifer, exhibited by Isaiah Bridwell.

Reserve Percentage AOB Heifer, exhibited by Natalie Weer.

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Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Sarah Vickland.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by AJ Line.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Nicholas Day.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ryan McIntosh.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Danielle Heintz.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Lauren Adcock.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Danielle Heintz.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Kyle Shoufler.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Laine Rader.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Kristine Apel.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Bailey Fitzpatrick.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Chase Cunningham.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brandon Wyatt.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Christian Gamble.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kyle Anderson.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Zach Hart.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Abby Collins.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Amanda Schwab.

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Champion Angus Female, exhibited by Chuck &Toni Druin & Anne Patton Schubert.

Reserve Champion Angus Female, exhibited by Blake Boyd.

Champion Charolais Female, exhibited by Garrett Charolais.

Reserve Champion Charolais Female, exhibited by Premier Cattle Company.

Champion Chianina Female, exhibited by Wolfridge Land & Livestock.

Reserve Champion Chianina Female, exhibited by Kelly Long.

Champion Hereford Female, exhibited by Boyd Beef Cattle.

Reserve Champion Hereford Female, exhibited by River Circle Farm.

Champion Limousin Female, exhibited by Fawley Farms Limousin.

Open Female Show Reserve Champion Limousin Female, exhibited by HB Farms.

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Champion Red Angus Female, exhibited by Shady Bottom Red Angus.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Female, exhibited by N-Bar Cattle Co.

Champion Saler Female, exhibited by Willis Farms.

Reserve Champion Saler Female, exhibited by Del-Su Farms.

Champion Shorthorn Female, exhibited by SharBen Shorthorns.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Female, exhibited by Martindell Shorthorns.

Reserve Champion Simmental Female, exhibited by Happy 6 Simmental.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Female, exhibited by X Womack Cattle.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Female, exhibited by Hudson Pines.

March 5-7, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Louisville, Kentucky â&#x20AC;˘ Open Female Show t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde. Reserve Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Travis P embrook, Fairview, Oklahoma

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Burke.

5th Overall & Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Drew Bormann.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Cole Hanna.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Grady Dickerson.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Grady Dickerson.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Dickerson.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Allee Maronde.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Courtney Larson.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Chandler Ladner.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Hutchinson.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Clay Schilling.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Clay Schilling.

Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Thane Combs.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Goering.

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Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Trihus.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Lanier.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Lawrence.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Colburn Couchman.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lyndsey Mueller.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Logan Puett.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Cole Hanna.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Goering.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Travis P embrook, Fairview, Oklahoma

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Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Brady Jensen. Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Brooke Jensen.

February 26-28, 2010 • Hutchinson, Kansas • Judge: Brad Hook, Iowa

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Janae Ochs.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Taylor Ochs.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Garrett Ochs.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Dane Miller.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Jennifer Hager.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Austin Abeldt.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Jara Thorp.

Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Chandler Ladner.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Chandler Ladner.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Courtney Larson.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Blaine Steckline.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Ann Heidi Reed.

Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Tess Steckline.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Jacinda Dickinson.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Cole Clanton.

February 26-28, 2010 • Hutchinson, Kansas • Judge: Brad Hook, Iowa

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Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Alex Burgess.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Mindy Holloway.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Allyson Ottensmeier.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Allyson Ottensmeier.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Austin Abeldt.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde. Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Allee Maronde.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Brad Hook, Iowa t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker. Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Burke.

3rd Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde.

5th Overall & Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Cole Hanna.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Cole Hanna.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cody Theis.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Tanner Rayl.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Grady Dickerson.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Dickerson.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Allee Maronde.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Courtney Larson.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Chandler Ladner.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Hutchinson.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Clay Schilling.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Randee Corns.

Reserve Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Dye.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Goering.

February 26-28, 2010 • Hutchinson, Kansas • Judge: Brad Hook, Iowa t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Trihus.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Lanier.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Lawrence.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Drew Bormann.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Colburn Couchman.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lyndsey Mueller.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Logan Puett.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Tessa Schotte.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Brad Hook, Iowa

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Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Brady Jensen. Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Brooke Jensen.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Travis P embrook, Fairview, Oklahoma

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cody Burke.

5th Overall & Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Cole Clanton.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Garrett Ochs.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Dane Miller.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Jennifer Hager.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Brook Bergkamp.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Austin Abeldt.

Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Chandler Ladner.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Devin McClayland.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Ann Heidi Reed.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Blaine Steckline.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Jarrett Wagner.

Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Jacinda Dickinson.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Steer, exhibited by Tess Steckline.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Alex Burgess.

February 26-28, 2010 • Hutchinson, Kansas • Judge: Travis P embrook, Fairview, Oklahoma

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Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Mindy Holloway.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kate Hagens.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Austin Abeldt.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Atlanta Maronde. Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Allee Maronde.

February 26-28, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Hutchinson, Kansas â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Travis P embrook, Fairview, Oklahoma t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Supreme Breeding

Heifers Reserve Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Reece Klug.

Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Burke.

February 16-21, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Kearney, Neb. â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Todd Herman, Skiatook, Okla.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Margaret Spencer.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Jaclyn Heinrich.

Reserve Champion Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Kade Bose.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Emily Ibach.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Nick Hansen.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Will Miller.

April 2010 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m


Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Kaidi Wolff.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Margaret Spencer.

Champion Chiangus Heifer, exhibited by Beau Bremer.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Strong.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mickayla Sheets.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Levi Farr.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Whitney Steckel.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kelsie Musil.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Derek Vogt.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Madelyn Vogel.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kane Warren.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Brode.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Filipi.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Stoltz.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ed Spencer. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ed Spencer.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Emily Long.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kaisha Jurgens.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Isabella Schultz.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chelsey Soll.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Josh Taylor-Forster.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Albright.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Trevor Birky.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Riley Stoltz.

Photo Not Available: Champion Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Tricia Goes.

Heifers

February 16-21, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Kearney, Neb. â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Todd Herman, Skiatool, Okla.

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Supreme Champion

Steer

No Photo Available: Reserve Champion & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Brooke Vogt. Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Reece Klug.

February 16-21, 2010 • Kearney, Neb. • Judge: Tyler Norvell, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Reagan Skow.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by McKenna Hubbard.

Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Kacie Jurgens.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Angie Huwaldt.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jared Cox.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Beau Bremer. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Savannah Schafer.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by T.J. Schroeder.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Kaisha Jurgens.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Maranda Kegley.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Steer, exhibited by Wyatt Anderson.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Steer, exhibited by Kyle Kleinknecht.

Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cody Burke.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jordan Gilbertson.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Mary Spencer.

Photo Not Available: Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Bailey Schroeder.

Steers Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Danielle Nichols.

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February 16-21, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Kearney, Neb. Judge: Tyler Norvell, Oklahoma City, Okla.


Reserve Champion & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jesse Hoobler.

3rd Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

4th Overall & Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Victoria Trbovich.

5th Overall & Reserve MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Josh Streitmatter.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lydia Dance.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Curtis Harsh.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hope Tira.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Rumpke.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Dillon Stertzbach.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Paige Kiesewetter.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Darin Rhoades.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Davis.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Halee Allen.

Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

April 2010 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m


Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kurt Egbert.

Reserve Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Jared Cluxton.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Abby Collins.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Megan Greenawalt.

Novice Showmanship 1st - Allison Davis 2nd - Jared Cluxton 3rd - Jerisyn Gilliam 4th - Cole Hiser 5th - Ben Harner

Beginner Showmanship 1st - Lydia Dance 2nd - Shelby Manning 3rd - Abby Collins 4th - Hannah Topmiller 5th - Madison

Junior Showmanship 1st - Alex Witt 2nd - Hope Tira 3rd - Kady Davis 4th - Karee Neff 5th - Curtis Harsh

Intermediate Showmanship 1st - Jordon Mullett 2nd - Cameron Alexander 3rd - Jessica Harsh 4th - Ty Hamilton 5th - Madison Clark

Senior Showmanship 1st - Dwight Hamilton 2nd - Kayla Alexander 3rd - Megan Hunt 4th - Brittanie Poole 5th - Ashley Rumpke

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Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Chase DeGroat.

Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ryan McIntosh.

3rd Overall & Reserve Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Breanna Oakes.

4th Overall & 3rd Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Carter Smith.

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5th Overall & 4th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.


Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Colin Truett.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Brayden Barnett.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Courtney Trimbach.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Cole Wildermuth.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Alexandra Witt.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Cole Maxwell.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Zane Davison.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Malania Birney.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Johnson.

5th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Amber Millenbaugh.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bailey DeGroat.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Justin Zwick. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Janel Gilbert.

Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Ali Muir.

3rd Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jesse Hoobler.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

5th Overall & Champion Precentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kurt Egbert.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kerrie Miller.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Curtis Harsh.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hope Tira.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Ali Muir.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Todd Massaro.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Rumpke.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Darin Rhoades.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Paige Kieswetter.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Garett Davis.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Abby Collins. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ryan McIntosh.

Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Breanna Oakes.

3rd Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Seth Miller.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Amber Millenbaugh.

5th Overall & Third Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Brayden Barnett.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Garrett Davison.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Courtney Trimbach.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Clay Foor.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brooke Maxwell.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Alexandra Witt.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Payton Boring.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Zane Davison.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Johnson.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Malania Birney.

4th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Carter Smith.

5th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Justin Zwick.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Lazy S Farm. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Janel Gilbert.

Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jesse Hoobler.

February 13-14, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Springfield, Ohio â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Blake Nelson

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Victoria Trbovich.

4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lydia Dance.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Hannah McCormick.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Simpson.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hope Tira.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Pugh.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Ali Muir.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Rumpke.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Dillon Stertzbach.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Darin Rhoades.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Taelor Cox.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Brady Clemens.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Davis.

Reserve Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Ruffing.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Abby Collins.

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Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark.

Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ryan McIntosh.

February 13-14, 2010 • Springfield, Ohio • Judge: Brandon Callis, College Station, Texas

5th Overall & 3rd Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Cody Call.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by MacKenzie Shuey.

4th Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Seth Miller.

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February 13-14, 2010 • Springfield, Ohio • Judge: Brandon Callis, College Station, Texas

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Maverick Pugh.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Georgia Kiko.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Brayden Barnett.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Brooke Bumgardner.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Victoria Van Zant.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brook Maxwell.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Alex Witt.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Katie Crandall.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Zane Davison.

4th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Dillon Stertzbach.

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Photos Not Available: Reserve Champion Chinanina Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark. Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Malania Birney. 5th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jimmy Prince.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Johnson.

February 13-14, 2010 • Springfield, Ohio • Judge: Brandon Callis, College Station, Texas

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Kylie Barclay.

Grand Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Justin Zwick.

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Reserve Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jesse Hoobler.

Grand Champion & Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kurt Egbert.

February 13-14, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Springfield, Ohio â&#x20AC;˘ Judge: Brandon Callis, College Station, Texas

5th Overall & Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Janel Gilbert.

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Dillon Stertzbach.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt.

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Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lydia Dance.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lydia Dance.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Simpson.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Hope Tira.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Pugh.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Candace Muir.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Topmiller.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Rumpke.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Darin Rhoades.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nikki Durban.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Davis.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Brady Clemens. Photos Not Available: Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Cameron Alexander. Reserve Precentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Grimes.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Abby Collins.

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Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Ali Muir.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Grimes.


Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark.

Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ryan McIntosh.

February 13-14, 2010 • Springfield, Ohio • Judge: Blake Nelson

5th Overall & 3rd Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jacquie Wise.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by MacKenzie Shuey.

4th Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Seth Miller.

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Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Maverick Pugh.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Will Harsh.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Georgia Kiko.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Brayden Barnett.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Brooke Bumgardener.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Pugh.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Dakota Vonderharr.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Brooke Egbert.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Alex Witt.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Zane Davison.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Johnson. Photos Not Available: Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark. Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Malania Birney.

4th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Amber Millenbaugh.

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5th Overall Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Chase DeGroat.


Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bailey DeGroat.

Grand Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Justin Zwick.

1. Jerisyn Gilliam 2. Hannah McCormick 3. Allison Davis 4. Sarah Harner 5. Payten Boring

1. Madison Jones 2. Shelby Manning 3. Abby Collins 4. Lydia Dance 5. Caden Hess

1. Hope Tira 2. Logan Trbovich 3. Tori Walker 4. Curtis Harsh 5. Jessica Millenbaugh

1. Ali Muir 2. Derek Miller 3. Lauren Grimes 4. Brady Clemens 5. Austin Schneder

1. Dwight Hamilton 2. Megan Hunt 3. Brittanie Poole 4. Ashley Rumpke 5. Lindsey Grimes t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Reserve Champion Heifer, exhibited by Charlie Wilson.

Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

3rd Overall Heifer, exhibited by Chloe Van Vliet.

4th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Troy Shaw.

5th Overall Heifer, exhibited by Mitchell Udell.

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Reserve Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Macey Gorteska.

Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Nic Lauterbach.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Brett Baldwin.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jake Tanner.

5th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Tanner Wilkison. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Grand Champion British/European Heifer, exhibited by Kimberly Rodriquez.

Reserve Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Jacob Berry.

Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Kristin Russell.

February 13-20, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Gonzales, Louisiana

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Far Left: Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Brilee Bacciqalopi. Reserve Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Colby Oliver.

Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Matthew Greene.

Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Hunter Huval.

Reserve Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Logan Guitierrez.

Reserve Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Justin Miller.

February 13-20, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Gonzales, Louisiana t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Supreme Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Rylee Owen.

Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer, exhibited by Erica Dennis.

Grand Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Taylor Shackelford.

Reserve Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Kacy Bland.

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Grand Champion Market Barrow, exhibited by Emily Henry. Reserve Champion Market Barrow, exhibited by Travis Timberlake.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Trenton Herod. Reserve Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Murphey Black.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Brittany Estes. Reserve Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Jim Bean.

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Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Cally Thomas.

Reserve Champion Heifer, exhibited by Patrick Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sullivan.

February 13-14, 2010 Judge: Jerry Talsma, Edgerton, Minnesota

Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Kailey Davis.

Reserve Champion Steer, exhibited by Kysa Roberts.

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Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Patrick O’Sullivan. Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Cally Thomas.

February 14, 2010 • Brookings, South Dakota Judge: Chad Zehnder, Minnesota

Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Kaylee Davis.

Reserve Champion Steer, exhibited by Ty Bayer.

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Healthcare Planning: Practical Consideratoins for a ‘Graying’ America, Part I Modern medicine has made great advances, giving a child born in the U.S. in 2000 an average life expectancy nearly 30 years longer than one born in 1900.1 But healthcare has no cure for old age. Today, more than 36 million Americans are 65 years of age or older, making up approximately 12% of the total population. And by the year 2030, that number could grow to 71 million, a staggering 20% of the population. 2 Yet as this tidal wave of Baby Boomers prepares to enter retirement, both employers and the government are cutting back on low-cost healthcare benefits. More and more, responsibility for America’s healthcare price tag is shifting to individuals and families. Medicare faces constant cost pressures, and some people are concerned that the program may eventually become insolvent. Premiums for employer-sponsored insurance have increased 87% cumulatively from 2000-2006, compared to a 20% increase in wages and an 18% increase in overall inflation.3 In addition, employers are moving to limit the benefits and coverage they will offer to current and future retirees. With maturing Americans living longer, more vital lives, how will they afford the growing cost of healthcare— especially for situations involving long-term care? While various forms of insurance typically cover routine doctor visits and emergency medical situations sufficiently, coverage for ongoing long-term healthcare needs is often limited and restricted. Paying for long-term care needs can quickly deplete even substantial savings. Many Americans are rightfully concerned, and there are indications that rising healthcare costs are hurting their household finances. Even wealthy individuals view this issue as a major threat to their family’s long-term financial well-being. According to a Citigroup Smith Barney Affluent Investor Poll (May 2006), about seven in ten of those surveyed had concerns about being able to pay the cost of long-term care in their retirement years. Whatever form governmental healthcare financing may take in the future, we will all shoulder some part of the costs. Wise planning now can make a great difference in how financially prepared you will be to handle the medical needs of retirement. This series of articles provides a brief introduction to some of the major programs and issues you should consider when planning your healthcare finances— both now and for retirement. Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance: The first line of defense If you belong to an employer-sponsored healthcare program, regardless of your age or health, keep it! The premiums, deductibles, prescription drug and co-pay charges available through a group health plan can be a bargain in comparison to individual health insurance. If you are changing employers, sign up for the new employer’s plan as soon as you join the company (generally within the first 30

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days). Many large plans will have no limitations on preexisting conditions, but that may only apply if you sign up immediately upon becoming an employee. If you wait and do not have proof of existing coverage from another source, additional charges or limitations may apply. The government’s COBRA legislation (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985) instituted a variety of safeguards for workers and their immediate family members to maintain healthcare coverage if a “qualifying event” occurs. These include death of covered employee; termination or reduction of hours (whether resignation, discharge, layoff, strike, or other cause); divorce, which normally terminates an ex-spouse’s eligibility; or a dependent child reaching an age or status for which coverage is excluded. In 1996, the government added further healthcare coverage and protections under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. While these are helpful, they generally place a greater burden of cost upon the individual. Health Savings Accounts: A new tax-favored strategy for healthcare savings If you are currently employed, you might consider a Health Savings Account (HSA). The Federal government introduced these accounts in 2004 to help people save for both current and future medical expenses. To qualify, you need to have medical coverage under an HSA-approved high deductible health plan (HDHP). Check with your employer’s benefits department to see if they offer an HDHP alternative, which typically charges lower premiums than the regular group coverage and may, for some, balance out the higher deductible. If not, you can also contact your state insurance department to find insurance companies qualified to sell these plans in your state of residence. There are significant advantages to HSAs. They are triple tax-favored: annual dollars you are allowed to contribute are deductible on your Federal tax return even if you don’t itemize; assets in the account can be invested and the earnings grow tax-free; and withdrawals from the account for qualified medical expenses are also tax-free. HSAs are fully portable, meaning you can keep your account even if you change jobs or medical coverage, become unemployed, move to another state, or change your marital status. Matthew E. O’Donnell is a Financial Advisor located in Chicago, IL and may be reached at (312) 917-7464 or http://fa.smithbarney.com/matthew_odonnell. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC and its affiliates do not provide tax or legal advice. To the extent that this material or any attachment concerns tax matters, it is not intended to be used and cannot be used by a taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed by law. Any such taxpayer should seek advice based on the taxpayer's particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor. © 2009 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.


Champion Prospect Feeder Heifer, exhibited by M Lazy Heart Ranch, LLC, Torrington, Wyo.

Reserve Champion Prospect Feeder Heifer, exhibited by Cody Henderson, Alliance, Neb. The Show Circuit staff would like to correct mis-reported show results from the National Western Stock Show. Our apologies to those involved.

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Supreme Champion & Champion Angus Female, exhibited by Sydney Schnoor.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion Shorthorn Female, exhibited by Ashley Judge.

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Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Dawson Gatz.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Spears.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Spears.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Shannon Sumpter.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Haley Imhof.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Marc Miranda.

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Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Chad Bower.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Judge.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Alexius Watje.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jade Hayes.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Austin Perry.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Lusk.

Supreme Champion & Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Savannah Levisay. Reserve Supreme Champion & Reserve Prospect Steer, exhibited by Sydney Schnoor.

Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Marc Miranda.

Reserve Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Paul Calac.

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Supreme Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Schnoor. Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Katy Holdener.

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Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Amy Dierberger.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Spears.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Spears.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Shannon Sumpter.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Marc Miranda.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Allyson Spears.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Alexius Watje.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jade Hayes.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Austin Perry.

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Supreme Champion & Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Maggie Boneso.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Calvin Levisay.

Grand Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Carley Rose.

Reserve Champion Market Steer, exhibited by Tatum Holdener.

Reserve Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Amy Dierberger.

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Supreme Champion & Champion Prospect Hog, exhibited by Darrah Shively.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Gina Holmes.

Champion Barrow, exhibited by Matt Bradshaw. Reserve Champion Barrow, exhibited by Savannah Miller.

Reserve Supreme Champion Hog, exhibited by Matt Conant.

Supreme Champion Hog, exhibited by Darrah Shively.

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Supreme Champion & Champion Progress Market Goat, exhibited by Daphne Norman.

Supreme Champion & Champion Progress Market Goat, exhibited by Jenna Heaton.

Supreme Champion & Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Josh Mendez.

Supreme Champion & Champion Prospect Lamb, exhibited by Rio Pagliaro.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion Prospect Market Goat, exhibited by Andrew Hudson.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Reserve Progress Market Goat, exhibited by Erin Johnson.

Reserve Supreme Champion & Champion Progress Lamb, exhibited by Rio Pagliaro.

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Oklahoma Club Calf Association - Apr ‘10 The sun is shinning bright, and the day is a beautiful spring day, yet it’s almost as if it were the night before Christmas. The trailers are packed, the fans are hung, the calves are full, their hair is clipped and popping, we await tomorrow when we leave for OYE in hope of blue and purple ribbons in our boxes for the lucky ones who have won the race to the championships. We all strive to win, but the smiling faces of all tell the true story of the real friendships and the camaraderie that is developed. When the market grands in each of the species are selected Sunday evening, it brings to a close another year in the lives of the Oklahoma junior livestock exhibitors, an experience like no other. From the competition of our market animals and breeding stock, to state showmanship finals and also state fitting and grooming finals that climax county competitors to become eligible for these contests. Another event that gains in popularity every year is the Legislative Show, which has exhibitors from all counties with their calves, lambs, pigs and goats in our Super Barn Arena with Senators or House members from their home district in the ring showing the animal, while being assisted by the youth who own the animal. This not only gives one-on-one communication, but an understanding that we as livestock producers need with today’s political leaders. Much has been said about the good of this program. Then the grand finale of the Grand Market animals, which is a spectacle second to none. All breed and reserve breed market exhibitors are hauled into the main arena in stretched limousines, under the flashing lights and the spot lights are the only source of lights in the arena. The red carpet is rolled out and each exhibitor is introduced individually, then all grand and reserve grand trophies and banners are lowered on a round stage from the top of the coliseum as each exhibitor brings his or her animal into the ring to prepare for the grand drive. The applause and noise is deafening as the lights come on and judging prepares to take place. If you ever have a chance to see this, it is spectacular and unforgettable. With this, we close our point year and another begins with shows on the schedule, so get your membership in force immediately and don’t miss a one. Remember, our Oklahoma Junior Beef Expo in April at Stillwater is our year-end awards banquet, with awards in every breed and showmanship, as well as our All-Around Awards and scholarships. Until next time, may all your calves be champions and your experiences be memborable. Sincerely,

Lyle Blakley, OCCA President

Showmanship Points by Division

Division

Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior

Last Name First Name Pts.

Courtney Brock 361 Runner Blake 245 Testerman Mylah 92 Cunningham Colt 65 Davis Madison 58 Jacobs John Wes 53 Hasenbeck William 52 Morris Jace 32 Clark Halie 22 Nelson John 22 Dudark Dawson 22

Intmed. Intmed. Intmed. Intmed. Intmed.

Barney Clint Blakley Reighly Chrz Abbey Will Jenna Grossnick Jacob

360 323 235 52 44

Division

Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Overall Showmanship Points

Division

1 2 3 3 5

Last Name First Name Pts.

Courtney Barney Blakley Sheive Runner

Brock Clint Reighly Lauren Blake

361 360 323 298 245

Last Name First Name Pts.

Intmed. Intmed. Intmed. Intmed. Intmed.

Division

6 7 7 9 10

Green Katie 34 Johnson Shandee 16 Hasenbeck Vivienne 12 Armitage Hannah 8 Shelby Levi 8

Sheive Green Blakley Hale Dudark Morris LaRue Alexander Crawford Pritchett

Lauren Sara Rashele Joseph Trevor Baylee Megan Talon Kory Kaitlin

Last Name First Name Pts.

Chrz Green Blakely Hale Testerman

Abbey Sara Rashele Joseph Mylah

Membership Application Name: _______________________________________________________ Phone: __________________________ E-mail: ______________________________________ 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) ........................................................... Yes ..................................................... No ......................................................... In case you are presented an award, we need your Jacket/Pull-over size (circle one) ....................................S ............................... M ........................... L ................................. XL Who told you about OCCA (if anyone)? ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ (signature) I wish to participate in the following Divisions: (circle) 1st Family Member Fee-$35 includes one 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 1 enrollment Form per individual. Send application and check (payable to OCCA) to Merrily Shelby, OCCA Secretary; Rt. 2 Box 31; Madill, OK 73446. Phone 580-795-5797. Email merrily2@sbcglobal.net

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235 163 157 122 92

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

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Point Leaders by Breed - Top 25 Division

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

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

John Wes C Jacobs Emberson Courtney NE NE Courtney Brock NW Lippoldt Katie C Northcutt Jonah SW Branson Colby C Jaryn Frey C Jenkins Trent Keridan NW Ward Benton C Rector C Shepard Kolby Gerken Sydnee NW Blakley Reighly NE C Standridge Allie SW Brock Carter Armitage Hannah NE William SE Shelby Wright Zacharey C JarRed NW Strate Gerken Madelyn NW Dakota SE Bolin SW Alexander Karly Charlsey SW King NE Heidlage Jessie Hasenbeck VivienneSW

Braunvieh Braunvieh Braunvieh Braunvieh

Blakley Blakley Williams Green

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

Abbey Chrz Jace Morris Standridge Allie Cody Smith Kylie Jo Smith

341 274 182 113 107 98 88 81 70 64 61 56 51 50 46 40 30 28 28 23 18 16 15 15 11

NE NE NE NE

126 20 20 6

NW NW C C C

222 36 32 18 8

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

C Northcutt Jonah NW Barney Clint Abbey NW Chrz C Shepard Kolby Matthew SE Hill Coggins Macee NE Stidham Shelby C Hannah SW Nelson SchovanecBraden NW SE Avry Wood Kuykendall ChandeeNE NW Lippoldt Josh Baylee NW Morris Emberson Courtney NE Grossnicklaus Jacob SW Hasenbeck William SW Chaney Madison C Robbins Holden NE Blakley Rashele NE Gerken Sydnee NW C Standridge Rex McCauley Madisyn C Ramming Brittany SW Joseph NE Hale Taylor NW Stucki

386 284 201 191 183 135 130 120 117 115 114 110 76 76 74 73 60 57 56 52 50 50 46 46 42

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

Lauren SW Sheive Stidham Shelby C NE Courtney Brock C Northcutt Jonah SE Avry Wood Chaney Madison C Amanda SE Barnes Emberson Courtney NE Kuykendall Chandee NE NW Jenna Will SW Halie Clark

305 264 166 130 109 82 65 64 63 57 54

Reighly Rashele Brent Katie

Division

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

Division

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

Strate JarRed Hale Joseph Ramming Brittany Fincannon Jason Bagshaw Lacy Naylor Alex SchovanecBraden Jarrett Tanner Northcutt Lucas Morris Baylee Benda Riley Travis Blaine Harman Mikka Shelby William Stucki Taylor

Gelbvieh Gelbvieh

Oldenburg Braxton NW 70 Oldenburg Brandon NW 58

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Courtney Brock Lierie Laken Bilderback Lauren Lierie Ashton Will Jenna Hayes Blakelee Blakley Reighly Williams Brent Watson Sarah Blakley Rashele

NE SW SW SW NW SE NE NE NE NE

354 151 120 95 85 46 33 16 10 6

MaineTainerChrz Abbey NW MaineTainerNorthcutt Jonah C MaineTainerBarney Clint NW MaineTainerChapman Victoria C MaineTainerRobbins Holden NE MaineTainerArmitage Hannah NE MaineTainerKuykendall Chandee NE MaineTainerBarnes Amanda SE MaineTainerBolin Dakota SE MaineTainerHulin Lauren C MaineTainerChaney Madison C MaineTainerBlakley Rashele NE MaineTainerCoggins Macee NE MaineTainerGosney Tori NW MaineTainerTestermanBlair SW MaineTainerStrate Justin NW MaineTainerJarrett Tanner SE MaineTainerBulling Jordan NW MaineTainerRamming Brittany SW MaineTainerBenda Riley NW MaineTainerDavis Madison C MaineTainerBulling Bryce NW

135 131 119 87 77 76 58 57 50 46 40 40 38 31 30 30 28 28 25 23 20 19

Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus

Guthrie Will Nelson John Nelson Hannah Hutchinson Brock King Carsyn King Charlsey

NW SW SW NW SW SW

240 221 98 71 50 32

Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin

Fincannon Jason C Hewitt Aaron NE Gilbert Annie Jo C Harvey Erika SW Roberts Sonya NE Stewart Alexander NE Cunningham Colt NE Gerken Madelyn NW Hendrickson Abby NE Palmer Dusti SW Carter Bailey SW Johnson Shandee NE Sheive Lauren SW Shepard Kolby C Hewitt Bryce NE Inman Rowdy NE Johnson Shandee NE

231 125 94 92 86 84 84 79 60 59 48 30 22 20 18 12 3

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

Harman Jones Buser Lierie Buser Hudgins Jarrett Smith Pritchett Jarrett Bolin

NW SE NW SW NW NE SE SW NW SE SE

175 151 124 90 87 78 76 66 20 18 10

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

Blakley Reighly NE Grossnicklaus Jacob SW Wood Endy SE Wood Avry SE Blakley Rashele NE Green Katie NE Hiebert Tyson NW Johnson Shandee NE Will Jenna NW Crawford Kory NE Alexander Talon SE Davis Dalton C Standridge Allie C Hill Matthew SE Hasenbeck VivienneSW Robbins Holden NE Alexander Abbie SE Hull Holiday SE Northcutt Jonah C Runner Blake NE Chandler Chelsea C Sager Savanna NE

461 145 119 80 79 64 61 60 60 54 44 36 30 26 25 22 20 20 18 16 16 3

XShorthorn Northcutt Nicholas XShorthorn Thompson Raylyn XShorthorn Runner Blake XShorthorn Green Sara XShorthorn Coffey Sarah XShorthorn Brooks Chance XShorthorn Clark Halie XShorthorn Alexander Katie XShorthorn Alexander Karly XShorthorn Stidham Shelby XShorthorn Shelby Levi XShorthorn Northcutt Lucas

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

141 110 107 98 94 46 43 38 32 13 5 3

Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Lippoldt Josh Mack Hunter Travis Blaine Standridge Rex Armitage Hannah

NW NE NE C NE

36 34 32 23 10

MaineTainerHill Matthew SE MaineTainerGreen Sara NE MaineTainerHasenbeck VivienneSW

275 270 146

% Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm. % Simm.

Hale Joseph Dearmin Madison Standridge Allie Lippoldt Josh Runner Blake Bulling Bryce Shelby Levi Williams Brent Crawford Kory Bulling Jordan Fincannon Jason

NE NW C NW NE NW SE NE NE NW C

70 56 50 36 30 26 26 19 15 12 10

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

50 46 44 40 30 30 29 28 25 25 25 24 20 20 20

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

Mikka Colby TJ Ashton Tyler Garrett Tyler Josh Kaitlin Tanner Dakota

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Point Leaders by Breed - Top 25 Division

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

Division

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

Division

Last Name First Name Distr. Pts.

Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus

TestermanMylah SW Lane Brendon NW Blakley Reighly NE Cato Kolby SE Strickland McKenzie C Dudark Trevor SW Baker Kory SW Baker Kody SW Steele JD NE Helm Michelle NW

Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred

SchovanecBraden NW Naylor Alex NW Bulling Jordan NW Hudgins Garrett NE Standridge Allie C Courtney Brock NE Strickland McKenzie C Davis Derek C Foster Chayden SW Bulling Bryce NW Townsend Britton NE Benda Riley NW Chrz Abbey NW Dimmitt Garrett NW Wright Zacharey C

58 40 38 30 28 25 23 20 19 18 11 10 10 6 5

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

Hudgins Madison Bulling Bryce Hudgins Garrett Chaney Madison Steele JD Jarrett Tyler Church Caden Thrasher Scout Townsend Britton Hatter Michael Chapman Fred Creason Owen BurnhardtTyler Wright Zacharey

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

46 46 40 40 25 22 20 20 18 17 12 10 10 6

Gelbvieh Gelbvieh

Steele Joseph NE Strickland McKenzie C

23 16

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Sheive Lauren Northcutt Nicholas Harvey Marlee Baker Kody Dimmitt Garrett Dearmin Madison Hale Joseph Strate Jarred

SW C SW SW NW NW NE NW

130 96 26 15 12 10 6 5

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

Dudark Dawson Northcutt Jonah Buser Tyler Sheive Lauren Dudark Trevor Dimmitt Julia Pringnitz Conner Runner Blake Creason Owen Alexander Talon Northcutt Lucas Inman Rowdy Baker Kory

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

112 105 81 59 40 40 30 30 22 20 16 15 10

Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin

Sheive Lauren Dimmitt Garrett Thompson Raylyn Buser Tyler Hale Joseph Blakley Reighly Northcutt Lucas Dudark Trevor Blakley Rashele Pippin Trent Steele Joseph Helm Michelle Foster Chayden TestermanBlair Chandler Chelsea Chapman Fred

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

147 86 80 77 36 35 34 30 30 20 20 20 20 16 16 6

Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine

Benda Riley NW Dudark Trevor SW Barney Clint NW Fredrickson Jordan C Strickland McKenzie C

175 141 62 50 50

Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Barney Clint NW Thompson Raylyn NE Buser TJ NW Fredrickson Jordan C Baker Kody SW Strickland McKenzie C Naylor Alex NW Brooks Colyn SW Dudark Trevor SW TestermanBlair SW Stults Ryan C Dearmin Chandler NW Harvey Marlee SW Hudgins Garrett NE Dennis Hunter SW Pippin Trent NE LaRue Megan NE Sager Savannah NE Ramming Brittany SW Wright Zacharey C

173 133 98 62 55 50 46 45 41 40 40 40 30 28 26 22 10 10 6 6

Braunvieh Daley

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Jacob

80 70 50 50 40 36 20 20 12 12

NE

40

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

McCauley Madison Brooks Colyn Northcutt Lucas Costerisan Taylar Hatter Michael Church Caden Benda Riley Shelby Will Wright Zacharey

C SW C NE NW SW NW SE C

300 106 80 76 42 20 20 12 12

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

TestermanBlair Northcutt Lucas Cato Kolby Bulling Jordan Benda Riley Chaney Madison Chrz Abbey Thrasher Scout Buser Tyler Baker Kody Townsend Britton Dearmin Madison Will Deidre Creason Owen Davis Derek Pippin Trent Blakley Rashele Hudgins Madison Ramming Brittany Bulling Bryce Coggins Macee

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

193 165 117 74 56 54 52 50 40 21 20 20 16 12 11 10 10 10 10 6 6

Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred Crossbred

Sheive Hatter Stults Chaney Thrasher

SW NW C C NW

133 96 76 73 66

Lauren Michael Ryan Madison Scout

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Heifers

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors by Region Top 10 Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Jonah Brock Reighly Abbey Matthew Courtney Shelby Clint Sara John Lauren Jason Avry Kolby Will

772 722 671 568 484 422 407 403 368 341 327 320 319 272 240

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 9 10

Fincannon Shepard Chaney Standridge Northcutt Gilbert Coffey Jenkins Frey Chapman

Jason Kolby Madison Allie Nicolas Annie Jo Sarah Trent Jaryn Victoria

C C C C C C C C C C

320 272 182 162 141 94 94 91 88 87

6 7 8 9 10

Jarrett Alexander Shelby Hayes Shelby

Tanner Talon William Blakelee Levi

SE SE SE SE SE

74 56 50 46 41

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 9 10

Kuykendall Blakely Coggins Hale Robbins Runner Armitage Hewitt Thompson Travis

Chandee Rashele Macee Joseph Holden Blake Hannah Aaron Raylyn Blaine

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

235 201 173 162 156 153 146 125 110 97

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Guthrie Will Harman Lippoldt Schovanec Buser Lippoldt Strate Gerken Gerken

Will Jenna Mikka Josh Braden TJ Katie Jarred Sydnee Madelyn

NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW

240 202 195 182 146 124 113 111 108 102

1 2 3 4 5

Jones Barnes Wood Bolin Jarrett

Colby Amanda Endy Dakota Tyler

SE SE SE SE SE

151 122 119 78 76

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Sheive Lauren Nelson John Grossnickalaus Jacob Nelson Hannah Lierie Ashton Hasenbeck Vivienne Lierie Laken Bilderback Lauren Ramming Brittany Clark Hailie

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

327 221 219 218 185 182 151 120 115 107

Northcutt Courtney Blakley Chrz Hill Emberson Stidham Barney Green Jacobs Sheive Fincannon Wood Shepard Guthrie

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

Top Heifer Novice Exhibitors Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

1 2 3 4 5

Lauren Raylyn Madelyn Blaine Victoria

120 110 102 97 87

Bilderback Thompson Gerken Travis Chapman

SW NE NW NE C

Steers

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

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors Place Last Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Sheive McCauley Northcutt Dudark Benda Testerman Barney Thompson Buser Strickland Chaney Cato Hatter Brooks Thrasher

First Name Distr.

Lauren SW Madison C Lucas C Trevor SW Riley NW Blair SW Clint NW Raylyn NE Tyler NW McKenzie C Madison C Kolby SE Michael NW Colyn SW Scout NW

Top Steer Novice Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

469 300 295 288 261 249 235 213 198 179 167 167 155 151 136

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Chaney Stults Fredrickson Northcutt Northcutt Davis Wright Standridge Chapman Chandler

Madison Ryan Jordan Jonah Nicholas Derek Zacharey Allie Fred Chelsea

C C C C C C C C C C

167 116 112 105 96 31 29 28 18 16

4 5 6 7 7 9 10

Dimmitt Buser Naylor Lane Bulling Chrz Schovanec

Garrett TJ Alex Brendon Bryce Abbey Braden

NW NW NW NW NW NW NW

104 98 86 70 70 62 58

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9

Hudgins Blakley Costerisan Hudgins Pippin Townsend Steele Hale Blakley Daley

Garrett Reighly Taylar Madison Trent Britton Joseph Joseph Rashele Jacob

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

98 85 76 56 52 49 43 42 40 40

1 2 3 4

Cato Jarrett Alexander Shelby

Kolby Tyler Talon Will

SE SE SE SE

167 22 20 12

1 2 3

Hatter Thrasher Bulling

Michael Scout Jordan

NW NW NW

155 136 112

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Brooks Dudark Baker Testerman Harvey Church Forster Baker Dennis Ramming

Colyn Dawson Kody Mylah Marlee Caden Chayden Kory Hunter Brittany

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

151 112 111 80 56 40 39 30 26 16

Place Last Name

First Name Distr.

Pts.

1 2 3 4 5

Raylyn Taylar Britton Joseph Chayden

213 76 49 43 39

Thompson Costerisan Townsend Steele Foster

NE NE NE NE SW

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors by Region Top 10 Exhibitors

Pts.

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Missouri Club Calf Association Missouri Juniors, Friends, & Family.. We are off to a great start…. let’s keep up the good work everyone! We still have some MCCA hats ($15) and mugs ($8) available – you can save by getting one of each for $20! All process will go towards awards at our celebration at the State Fair. Or consider being a sponsor! The more sponsorship we get – the more we can do for the kids! We can even add you as a link to our website. Couple of new things this year: 1. We are offering a Composite Charolais breed Division (registration papers required)! Each show is not required to have every breed division we offer, so if you are ever in that situation, but want your points to go towards the breed you have been showing as – just send one of us an email! 2. This year we are also going to offer awards to the exhibitors of individual high point animals. 3. Shows – please get your results to us as soon as you can, we would like to see them within 2 weeks of your show date. One month after the show, if results have not been received, a $50 penalty will be enforced. If you ever have any questions –or a great idea you think might work for the MCCA - feel free to contact one of the committee members. We’d love to hear from you!

Samantha Graves

H: 660.646.1242 C: 660.973.2881 samantha.graves@transova.com

David Brooks

H: 573.491.3530 C: 573.826.0004 brooksfamilyclubcalves@yahoo.com

Michelle Koelling

H: 573.943.9929 C: 573.694.1622 mnkoelling@hotmail.com

www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

Upcoming shows April 10-11- Nevada FFA - 3 shows April 10 - Warren Co - Warrenton April 17 - Pettis Co - Sedalia April 18 - Boonville FFA April 24 - Cuba Preview April 25 - Holden FFA May 1 - Gasconade Co. - Owensville

May 30 - Centralia FFA May 22 - Dent Co. May 8 - Franklin Co. - Sullivan June 6 - Troy FFA Jackpot Show June 6 - Macon Co. - Macon June 11-13 Cattlemen’s All Breed - Sedalia July 23-25 Boone Co. - Columbia

The MCCA is not-for-profit. This program has been created with only the best intentions for junior exhibitors in mind, but programs such as this are only a success if they receive support. Please feel free to contact any of the MCCA committee members below if you are interested in joining or have any questions.

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Steer Points ANGUS Mayes, Nick Connell, Gregory

30 8

CHAROLAIS Henley, Parker Mayes, Diane Kempf, Zach

25 17 15

CHIANINA Richardson, Ashlyn Nolting, Lexie Higgins, Christina Schmidt, Bryce Dilly, Kristin Meyer, Shiana Loges, Taylor Neill,Madeline Clark, Mason Early, Mallory Gerke, Tyler Mawson, Mackenzie Plank, Brandon

31 25 23 23 10 6 5 5 1 1 1 1 1

HEREFORD Abramovitz, Brianne Abramovitz, Brianne Hendrix, Clayton Rankin, Kris Stubblefield, Matt Miller, Brice

25 25 10 5 5 3

LIMOUSIN Clark, Emma Thomas, Reggie

5 5

MAINE Stout, Devon Thoroughman, Abby Wilkison, Tanner Gerke, Adam Nolting, Lendie Reid, Tanner Clark, Emma Staples, Adam

25 23 18 15 10 10 5 3

SHORTHORN Kempf, Zach

25

SHORTHORN PLUS Dent, Bailey 20 Lea, Hannah 18 Reid, Haylee 5 SIMMENTAL Mawson, Callie Aubuchon, Adriene Wear, Sadie Higgins, Brittany Clark, Mason Summers, Evan Riley, Jaden Staples, Josh

43 23 23 21 10 7 5 5

CROSSBRED Richardson, Ashlyn Wear, Sidney Hance, Cameron Loges, Taylor McCauslin, Jared Mawson, Callie Thomas, Spencer Mawson, Callie Jenkins, Tyler Martin, Claire Martin, Laine Meyer, Shiana Richardson, Ashlyn Robinson, Layne Martin, Elaine Gerloff, Dakota Martin, Elaine Byers, Reminton Connell, Gregory Connell, Gregory Page, Kayla Sicht, Caroline Vest, David Buckner, Joseph R Greeley, Erin Hudson, Corey Neill, Trey Nolting, Lexie Williams, Cameron

70 38 33 30 25 23 23 20 18 15 15 15 15 15 13 10 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 1 1 1

Heifer Points

RED ANGUS Mayes, Nick

30

20 5 5 3 3

ANGUS Richardson, Ashlyn Connell, Gregory Riley, Jaden Higgins, Christina Hudson, Christopher

75 23 5 1 1

CHAROLAIS Hendrix, Clayton

SHORTHORN Robertson, Jenna Edwards, Aaron Robertson, Jenna Sicht, Caroline Smith, Amanda

3

CHIANINA Barker, Cassidy Kempker, Trent Decker, Ethan Meyer, Shiana Dilly, Kristin Marek, Kelsey Anders, Tylar Kempf, Zach Marek, Sidney Nolting, Lexie

SHORTHORN PLUS Jewell, Kielly 20 Abramovitz, Brianne 3

48 25 17 16 10 5 1 1 1 1

HEREFORD Miller, Taylor Abramovitz, Brianne Groose, Eric Abramovitz, Brianne Vest, David Daehn, Dustin Daehn, Dustin

20 15 13 10 8 5 3

LIMOUSIN Thomas, Reggie Thomas, Reggie Thomas, Reggie

15 8 3

MAINE Meyer, Shiana Fifer, Kaitlin Schneider, Justin

28 23 3

MAINETAINER Mawson, Callie Carlson, Rachael Barker, Collin Hendrix, Clayton

83 55 29 5

SIMMENTAL Aubuchon, Adriene Meyer, Shiana Early, Brittany Early, Mallory Engelbrecht, Lane Early, Brittany

40 26 10 5 5 3

SIMSOLUTION Kempker, Trent Hudson, Christopher Wilkison, Taylor Abramovitz, Brianne

98 21 18 5

CROSSBRED Loges, Taylor Daehn, Dustin Mawson, Mackenzie McCauslin, Jared Werr, Ben Carlson, Rachael Neill, Madeline Nolting, Lendie Robinson, Layne Abramovitz, Brianne Christisen, Amanda Decker, Ethan Jenkins, Jade Jenkins, Tyler Jennings, Bill Kempker, Trent Riley, Jaden Anders, Tylar Peckman, Ty

40 20 20 20 18 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1

Note: Points current as of through March 17. 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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February 27, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Chillicothe, Missouri

Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Mitchell Udell. Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core.

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

4th Overall & Champion Percentage-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Trent Kemper.

Judge: Brandon Gunn, Oklahoma 5th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer, exhibited by Troy Shaw.

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February 27, 2010 â&#x20AC;˘ Chillicothe, Missouri

Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Callie Mason. Reserve Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Jake Tanner.

3rd Overall & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Bret Baldwin.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Taylor Loges.

Judge: Brandon Gunn, Oklahoma 5th Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Seth Walters. t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Digging through the reproductive toolbox and finding your advantage Historically, cattle breeders have used conventional embryo transfer (ET) on the top 2-4% of their cows. The bottom of the herd is used as recipients, and artificial insemination (AI) is used on the rest. The result provides for a greater impact from a few of the best cows, and a 50:50 distribution of sex ratio. Today, innovative producers are using in vitro fertilization (IVF) and sexed semen on heifers, pregnant cows, or even problem donors. They still use conventional embryo transfer, often with sexed semen, and use AI on some of the cows as well. Often, they will use recipients from cooperator herds or from their ET supplier. The innovative producer is also using cloning technology to produce genetic twins of their very best cow or sire to even further impact the use of the tools described above. The genetic gain is vastly accelerated, and the sex ratio is greatly skewed, producing nearly twice as many heifers (or bulls) when desired. In order to successfully incorporate the reproductive tools, let’s review some of the reproductive technology options that are available to today’s progressive producer. Embryo Transfer Embryo transfer is one option that can increase a cow’s reproductive efficiency, allowing her to have numerous calves per year. While the average cow produces six to seven calves in her lifetime, ET can increase her reproductive efficiency to numerous calves per year – allowing breeders to multiply the success of their superior pedigrees and breeding lines. Embryo transfer is a very accessible technology and produces the option to have embryos transferred live into synchronized recipients, or to have the embryos safely frozen to be transferred at a later date. By creating more offspring that are valuable to a herd, breeders can advance their marketing opportunities and improve the reproductive performance of their herd. In Vitro Fertilization Breeders who choose to use the technology – In vitro fertilization (IVF) – have the opportunity to obtain more offspring from valuable females in their herd. IVF is a technology that allows breeders to collect offspring from donors, pregnant cows, virgin heifers, as well as problematic females that have had difficulty in conventional breeding attempts. It is also possible to retrieve oocytes (unfertile eggs) from donors shortly after a death event to produce one final genetic harvest. When compared to embryo transfer, IVF may further maximize the potential of an elite female in a shorter time period, as the interval between IVF aspirations is shorter than the interval between traditional embryo transfer sessions. It is possible to obtain two IVF cycles per month whereas most embryo transfer programs will collect donors every 60 days. While conventional embryo transfer generally requires the use of two to three units of semen per donor, IVF can be used to maximize the value of rare, sexed, or expensive semen. One unit of semen can be applied to oocytes from up to eight different donors, or semen from several different bulls may be used to fertilize a group of oocytes harvested from an elite female. There is a perception in the industry that IVF is a more costly option. However it actually becomes more cost effective than traditional embryo transfer on donors that produce limited numbers of embryos. This fact, coupled with the opportunity to increase the number of calves, the sex ratio of the calves and the ability to increase the opportunities for collection, makes IVF a leading choice for the savvy producer looking to increase the number of offspring that create the most value in his/her program.

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Sexed Semen When breeders decide that one gender may be more valuable than the other in relation to their breeding program, they can employ the use of sexed semen. Using the technology of sexing semen, breeders can increase the chances of genderchosen offspring. Recent techniques to “reverse sort” semen (sexing semen from a previously frozen straw), used in conjunction with IVF, has provided breeders with the option to provide frozen semen from nearly any sire of their choice, have it sorted, and use it in their herd to create calves of the desired gender. For breeders looking to speed up genetic advancement within their herd in order to meet immediate demand, the combination of IVF and sexed semen is a beneficial and logical choice. Genetic Preservation In the past, the death of an elite animal inherently meant that the genetics were no longer useable by the breeder. The technology of genetic preservation allows a breeder to store an animal’s genetic DNA in liquid nitrogen, allowing it to be used any time in the future for testing or cloning purposes. It allows the owner of elite animals to preserve tissue on any cow, heifer, bull or steer, well beyond the animal’s death. Genetic preservation allows breeders to protect their investments and preserve the option to multiply that investment later through the technology of cloning. The cell line is typically created from a simple ear punch. In females, oocytes can also be used to create a cell line. The cost of genetic preservation is often favorable to purchasing mortality insurance. It also provides for the option of replacing or extending the genetic impact of a superior cow or bull in a herd. An intermediate step, Express Tissue Bank (ETB), is also now available for producers that would like to preserve the genetics of a large number of animals, with the intent to clone only an elite few as additional information is harvested in the future. Cloning After an animal’s genetics has been saved through genetic preservation, breeders have the option to clone. Cloning is the technology in which a genetic or identical twin is created from an original animal or genetic donor. The genetic twin is just born at a later date in time. The genetic preservation or cell line created from the ear punch of a genetic donor is used as the building block to transfer the genotype in the cloning process. The clone will carry an exact copy of nuclear DNA as the original animal. Cloning allows breeders to recreate the genotype of a superior animal, providing a source to extend their genetic influence. Breeders most often look at cloning as a technology to: • Produce a genetic copy of an elite animal no longer capable of producing embryos or semen (including steers). • Reproduce a genetic copy of an elite animal that has died. • Produce quantities of elite individuals for the purpose of largescale, consistent genetic influence within a herd-building program. In summary, the “new” reproductive tools will not completely replace the use of the existing tools of AI and conventional embryo transfer. The new tools of sexed semen, cloning and IVF are the next step in the continuum of innovation. They provide for even greater impact, predictability and genetic gain. Today, innovative and early adapter producers will use these tools to improve their herds and gain a competitive advantage. In the years to come, as genomic evaluation provides greater insight into the predictability of an individual’s traits, innovative producers will find these tools to be crucial in the replication of superior outlier genetics.


PROVEN CALVING EASE & VIGOR Semen available through Cattle Visions or owners.

Dam was Ch. B&O and Res. Overall at NC Reg. Sim. Show, and Res. Supreme at MN State Fair.

Homozygous Black & P olled • P B Simm . Reg. 2376230 Sire: DW Foundation (R&R Warehouse x Bando 598) Dam: K-Ler Beyonce (Kenco Powerline x Burnt Black) Calved 10.12.06 BW: 79# 205-Adj: 705# (no creep) Adj. YW: 1229# Adj. SC: 44 cm 1.1.08 ultrasound: 17.5 REA .21 BF 6.15 marbling (LC)

Owned with Case Gabel 402.336.7301 His first three daughters shown have all won major events: • Champion Simmental, 2010 Ohio AGR (both days). Congrats to the Campbell Family! • Champion Simmental, 2009 Alabama Peanut Fest. Congrats, Clark Family! • Supreme Overall, first 3 outings in 2010. Shown in Alabama by the Soloman Family!

Champion Simmental Heifer, Ohio AGR Show (both days)

K-Ler Cattle “Diamonds In The Rough” PT Calf Sale

October 10, 2010 Bids close at 6pm. Ralph, Mena, Cliff, & Seth Kaehler Family, 23913 CR 39, St. Charles, MN 55972 homedale@ix.netcom.com • www.kaehlercattle.com Ralph 507.269.5721 Seth 507.272.5403 Cliff 507.272.5401 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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2010 Sale Dates Custer County Fairgrounds, Clinton, OK Big 4 Lamb Sale: April 17th at 1pm Super Star Sale: May 22nd at 1pm Nationwide Sale: June 12, wethers at 10am Production Sale: June 12 at 1pm, 200 ewes Sedalia, Missouri Midwest Wether Sale: June 21st to June 26th Fall Nationwide Sale: October 16th at 1pm

Ram Lambs for Sale at the Farm

22220 E1010 Rd. • Arapaho, Oklahoma 73620 cabanissok.tripod.com • cabanissok@itlnet.net Joe Cabaniss • Riley: 580-445-6240 • Norman: 580-445-7553

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Richard, Kris, Tabitha, Joe, Reba, & Tom Keene 5579 Keene Dr., Potosi, WI 53820 608-763-2849 (h) • 608-778-0704 (c)

Wayne & Barb Ohlrichs 55943 Hwy. 275 Norfolk, NE 68701 402-371-0695 (h) • 402-649-5804 (C)

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FA Rose 925

Meyer Ranch 734 Lupher C17 Lchmn Saugahatchee 3000C Brokers Rose KD 525

Mr. Black GX 6W Miss GX 728R Cunia Angus N Bar Emulation EXT Leachman 8C 7100 PAF Stockbroker 18093 Traveling Rose KD 313


Keene Farms

Richard and Kris Keene Potosi, Wisconsin 608-763-2849 C: 608-778-0704

Horsley Brothers Galva, Illinois Bob 309-883-1223 Jim 309-854-3524

ACA #345084 - 1.77% Chianina - 98.23% Angus AM-Free TH-Free PHA-Free NH-Free Polled - DOB 3.11.09 - BW 94

Semen $25 Plainview Lutton E102 HB Ms Eileen 54P

EXAR Lutton 1831 Plainview Pride C123 WAR WagonHammer 3521 HB Eileen 54 (Eagle Scout 2CA)

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Drifter is extremely unique when considering his pedigree. All that have seen him in the flesh are amazed by his impeccable design, overwhelming style and power of structure for a calving ease Maine-Anjou sire. Drifter is a third generation calving ease bull, who is quickly proving himself to be extremely consistent by siring low birth weight calves, in a stout, hairy, long necked package. Last summer, we searched the countryside for an Ali son that was bigger boned and footed, freakier necked, bigger and squarer hipped, shaggier haired, with a pedigree that could stack up any richer than Drifterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, and we failed to accomplish our mission. Drifterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s grandmother was raised by Core Farms, IA and goes back to the Sweet Cheeks cow from Jirl Buck. Calf photos to follow.

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sire: DIRECT HIT dam: AMMO X HABANERO dob: APRIL 2005 • bw: 80 LBS. chi. reg. #: P-338423 SEMEN AVAILABLE TODAY - $25/unit SEMEN AVAILABLE FROM THE OWNERS OR THESE MAJOR DISTRIBUTORS. (866) 356-4565 (800) 774-0437

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3rd Overall Steer, 2008 Michigan Winter Classic - Slightly Modified X Hannibal/Hostage

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Slightly Modified has been used with success to add hair bone muscle and soundness while having the ability to down size larger framed mature females. Slightly Modified is a sire that has a tremendous ability to change cows.

Slightly Modified X Who/Sim

Calves pictured below are five calves from his second calf crop! With less than fifty calves ever born we are pleased with his ability to consistently sire top show prospects. Place your order today!

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2010

Ak-Sar-Ben Stock Show & Rodeo September 23-26, 2010 QWEST Center, Omaha, NE

NewName ... Same Great Tradit ion! NEW :::

Ak-Sar-Ben 4-H Horse Show . . . September 18-19, Lancaster Event Center, Lincoln, NE ** Held in conjunction with the Nebraska Silver Classic

Show Deadlines . . . • All Market Animals & Feeder Calves Must be DNA Identified • All Breeding Animals Must be Nominated • Entries due August 13, 2010 • Visit www.aksarben.org or contact your local County Extension office for a complete list of Nomination and DNA deadlines. Additional Information . . . Age Requirements: 4-H member must be at least 10 years of age by January 1 AND must meet the requirement for exhibition as set by their state’s 4-H office. Horse exhibitors must be 12. All shows can be viewed real time on-line at www.dvauction.com

Eligible States . . . Colorado Missouri

Iowa Nebraska

Entry Opportunities . . . Feeder Calf Breeding Beef Market Swine Breeding Gilts

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Contest Opportunities . . . Youth 4-H Livestock Judging Competition Catch-a-Calf Lamb Challenge

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Premier Exhibitor Beef Fitting Contest

Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben Foundation 8707 West Center Road, Suite 101 Omaha, Nebraska 68124 402-554-9600 • Fax: 402-554-9609 • www.aksarben.org • www.rivercityrodeo.com

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Doctor Ray ACA# 344838 SIRE: Doctor Who DAM: Destiny’s Ace X Sugar Ray DOB: 3.10.09 • BW: 90 lbs. PHA & TH Free by pedigree Solid red in color.

Doctor Ray “Rusty” is one of the best Doctor Who sons to have ever hit the ground. He got the attention of a lot of good cattlemen in the yards this year in Denver. OWNERS: Schuring Cattle Co., Andover, SD; Kevin Deiter, Faulkton, SD; & Holt Bros., Aberdeen, SD, Justin, 605.380.5002 and Jordan, 605.380.1209 SEMEN $20/unit : Volume discounts available. Contact owners or all major distributors to place an order. Semen colleted at Genex-Dakota Sire Service, Mitchell, SD

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ACA# 344549 SIRE: Destinys Ace • DAM: RDD Danica DOB: 4.15.09 BW: 92 lbs. • Adj. WW: 835 lbs. EPD’s: BW: 4.1; WW: 61.2; YW: 108.9; MILK: 10.3 PHA & TH Free by pedigree

Double Down is a sure bet backed by two of the most dominate ChiAngus National Champions of all time. OWNERS: Hartman/Rucksdaschel, Aplington, IA; Holt Bros., Aberdeen, SD; Hartwell Cattle Co., Aberdeen, SD; Schuring Cattle Co., Randy, Andover, SD; Schilder ChiAngus, Faulkton, SD; Beckett ChiAngus, Miller, SD; Kent & Angie Borstad, Faulkton, SD; Kevin Deiter, Faulkton, SD; & RCC Cattle Co., Aberdeen, SD

HOLT BROTHERS

SEMEN $20/unit w/10 unit min. : Volume discounts available, contact Holt Brothers - Justin, 605.380.5002; Jordan, 605.380.1209. Semen collected & housed at Genex-Dakota Sire Service, Mitchell, SD


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INITIAL BIDS DUE AT NOON

Batesville, IN

cattleconnections.com/koppshowsteers.com Sires represented: Heat Seeker, Get It Done, My Turn, Direct Hit, Dirty Hairy, Who Made Who, Eyes on the Money, Texas Hold'em, Alias, Goldmine, Open Bar, Smokin Joe, Total Solution, Rocky Balboa, and many more.

Same heifer, as a calf Reserve AOB Heifer, 2009 Preble County (Ohio) Preview.

4th Overall Steer, 2009 Preble County (Ohio) Preview

Sold in 2008 sale.

Sold in 2008 sale.

Same steer, as a calf

Goldmin x Bounty Hunter heifer

Texas Hold'em x Tag Along steer

Sold in 2009 sale to Paul Kessler. Champion Feeder Heifer, 2009 Fayette County (PA) Fair

Sold in 2009 sale to McCarty family. Grand Champion Feeder Steer, 2009 Whitley County (IN) Open Show.

High-selling steer in 2009 sale. My Turn x Full Court.

Batesville, IN

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For More Information: Kirk Cox 580-583-9191

CORPORATION I Saturday, April 24, 2010 • 11:00am Comanche Co. Fairgrounds, Lawton, OK

CORPORATION II Sunday, May 23, 2010 • 1:00pm Stephens Co. Fairgrounds, Duncan, OK

corporation club lamb sales The Nation’s Pacesetter

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Ohio

Indiana

2. Stitzlein Club Lambs Mike Stitzlein 797 Co. Rd. 1754 Ashland, OH 44805 (417) 289-9520

2. Bell & Leonhard Show Lambs 2238 W. 50N Portland, IN 47371 Bob Bell (219) 726-7392 Michael Leonhard II (765) 584-0011

3. Wildman Club Lambs Ben & Peg Wildman 4570 Cortsville Rd. Cedarville, OH 54314 (937) 766-1321

3. Dyer Club Lambs, Scott Dyer 834 E. Co. Rd. 1250 N Chrisney, IN 47611 (812) 457-0320 Visits & inquiries welcome.

4. H&F Club Lambs, Club Goats & Livestock Guard Dogs Bob & Darlene Hare 10626 Fincastle-Winchester Rd. Winchester, OH 45697 (937) 695-0340

Illinois

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

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

1. Slackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Suffolks Tom & Val Slack 1022 W 1300 N N. Manchester, IN 46962 (260) 982-8714 (260) 982-1391

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, Laural, 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

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

5. Fastert Farms John & Sally Fastert 1148 Indian Ave. Rock Rapids, IA 51246 Home (712) 472-2296 Cell (712) 470-0587

1. Johnson Club Lambs Bradley & Brian Johnson Gotebo, OK 73041 (580) 639-2336 Great selection of private treaty lambs

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

2. Cabaniss Club Lambs Joe (580) 323-2802 Riley (580) 323-9089 RR 1, Box 19 Arapahoe, OK 73620

7. Wright Club Lambs BJ & Krystal Wright 409 State St. Scanton, IA 51462 (712) 830-6128 bwright75@hotmail.com Show lambs & breeding stock

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 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Sunday, May 9 Marshall County Fairgrounds, Moundsville, WV Sponsored by the Northern Panhandle Stockman’s Assoc. Grand Steer $750 • Reserve Steer $400 Grand Heifer $400 • Reserve Heifer $200 Classes will be prorated. Judge: TBA • Open to Anyone!

Sunday, May 9th 6am............Fairgrounds open 7-10am.....................Check-in Noon...............Showmanship, immediately followed by heifers, then steers. 8pm ...............All must be out

Contact: GH Henry at 304-280-4581 or ghhenry@comcast.net.

• Heifers will be shown by breed (3 head minimum) • Breed animals must be have official Registration Papers. • Out-of-state cattle must have veterinary health papers. • Crossbred heifers and steers will be shown by hip height. • Bring your own bedding. • Generators recommended.

--- WANTED --1 DONKEY to assist in the halter breaking of calves. Preferably young in age, female, and with breaking experience.

Call Beau

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

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Rod, Sue, Lisa & Sarah Chariton, IA • 641-774-8124 www.streamcattle.com

Some people quibble over life’s decisions, always worrying about one thing or another. Others meet circumstances with the instant certainty of a major league UMPIRE and know that their decisions are

STRM

Reg. Shorthorn #4131094 Reg. MaineTainer #383274 TH-Free • PHA-Free Sonny x Double Stuff/FB Maine Semen: $25/straw

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Reg. MaineTainer #400593 • Purchased from Gateway Genetics • Irish Whiskey x WAG Hairietta • BW 80# • YWT 1290# • TH-Free • PHA-Free Think what Dividend and his great pedigree can do for your wallet through future production and calf sales.

Looking for Quality, Performance, Soundness, and Muscle in One Great Package? Look to

Dividend is freezing high quality semen. Available now for $25. Contact owners: Bob Sunquist, Stanton, IA, 712-370-4433 Klint Requist, Ankeny, IA, 515-250-4745 Steve Sunquist, Stanton, IA, 515-360-7287


Sire: GO Excel L18 Dam: H Lady Gold 323 $30/Straw $30/ Certificate Call for pricing on sexed semen!

Sexed Semen Available

Jeff Koch & Jill Blake 2267 N 800 W Greenfield, IN 46140 Cell 317-446-8589 www.showtimecattle.com

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Sire: Alias Dam: Angus Cow 10-time Champion or Reserve, inc. Res. Div. at 2009 NAILE Open Show

Flushes and Embryos for sale Shane Blue Cell 317-439-5326 Home 765-785-6449 www.bluexcross.com HOFR

Sire: Remitall Online 122L Dam: AA Miss Airwave 7130 DOB: 2/17/09 $35/Straw (10 straws minimum) $100/Certificates Mud Creek Farms Andrew Garnhart 815-238-2381 www.mudcreekfarms.com

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Ellingson Legacy “Ollie” x GLS Mojo No Meyer in his pedigree! #2474338 • Homozygous Black/Polled Thanks to all our buyers! First calving reports are out. They are weighing 80-90lbs and look good! $50,000 high-selling bull of the 3C/NLC 2009 Bull Sale. Highest-priced bull to ever sell out of their program by 3X. The remaining 200 units of semen will be sold private treaty.

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Brad West

Cumberland, Ohio | 740-638-2616

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Ron Kreis

Adamsville, Ohio | 740-683-3235

Fred Schaefer

Senecaville, Ohio | 740-838-5715


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Semen: $25/unit Volume discounts available! Available from owners and most semen distributors.

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ACA #344990 • Born 3.19.09 • 13.48% Chi • Polled • BW 83 • Adj. WW 782 TH-Free Stockman 365 (AN) Sire: Northern Improvement 4480 (AN) TC PHA-Free Blackcap of RR 5367 (AN) AM-Free WYR Impulse 1CA Dam: STCC Jasmine NH-Free STCC Vanity Fair 324

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.”

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Cedarcrest Farms Jeff 765-620-0733 Scott 765-620-1700 Chris 360-201-3699

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Semen now available! Reports are in, calves are thick, big bone, hairy, and all out of heifers unassisted!

Semen $25 TH- & PHA-Free

Sire: Who Made Who MGS: Meyer 734

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Jim, Robin, Jimmy, Tabitha, & Alexis Clifford

Roger, Shelly, Levi, Lynn, Rebekah, & Samuel Diehm

Tim & Sarah Word

Steve & Deniese Shively

Clifford Show Stock

Diehm Show Team

Word Cattle Company

Shively Show Stock

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5785 E Division Rd. Angola, IN 46703 260.668.4181

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Left: Grand Simmental Female at the 2009 North American International Livestock Exposition and the 2010 National Western Livestock Stock Show. Morgan Phillips and Jones Family Show Cattle. Right: Tonka II, Reserve Grand ChiAngus Bull at the 2009 NAILE. Carmel Ranch. Reserve Grand ChiAngus Heifer at the 2009 North American. Ard Ridge Cattle Co. and Carmel Ranch. All KNS Shampoos are soap and detergent free and may be used are often as necessary. APS Forever Lady Ruth, Division II Champion in the Denver 2010 Junior Angus Show. Two Brothers Angus. These KNS customers are happy with the results they’ve seen, and you could be, too! Give us a call or go to our website to choose the KNS products that will cause results in your cattle.

1-800-444-3314 www.knsonlinestore.com

KNS’s products improve the quality, sheen, and luster of your cattle’s hair coats...

KNS Micro-Haircoat Solution will help put natural amino acids and minerals into the hair coat and skin for more sheen and bloom to make a healthier looking hair coat.

KNS Protein Infuzed Shampoo cleans your animals naturally and is made with coconut and lanol extracts to produce a luster and pop on all types of hair textures.

KNS, Inc. 110 Railroad Street, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 1-800-444-3314 • www.kynutri.com

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Plainview Black Velvet 5103 X EXAR Sudden Impact (MGS)

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has proven himself to be the most consistent sire of elite Simmental cattle in the country. Dream Catcher was not promoted under the lights with hype and expensive semen. He was made available to real world cattlemen and used on cows and heifers of all quality levels and breed types. With this use he has proven to be a true cow changer and quality improver. Use Dream Catcher to make the type of Simmental cattle everyone dreams of owning.

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Werning Cattle Company

CK Cattle

Wager Show Cattle

Emery, SD â&#x20AC;˘ www.werningcattle.com Dale 605-825-4219 â&#x20AC;˘ Scott 605-682-9610

Highmore, SD 605-769-0142

Gettysburg, SD 605-765-9314

Semen $40 Sexed Semen Available in both 5 ml and 2ml.


Your Simmental Source! Werning Cattle Company 27262 424th Ave., Emery, SD 57332 Dale: 605.661.3625 Scott: 605.682.9610 Jared: 605.933.1661

Thanks to all bidders and buyers who helped make our 2010 Production Sale our best ever. For more information on semen or cattle give us a call or visit us at www.werningcattle.com.

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

WAGR Dream Catcher

R&R Warehouse

R&R Warehouse WHF Desperado x Black Irish Kansas One of the cornerstones of our program. JS Sure Bet SVF/NJC Mo Town x JS Black Magic Woman His progeny are available in volume. Owned with Hudson Pines (NY) & JS Simmentals (IA).

JS Sure Bet

JS Crown Royal

JS Crown Royal Tripple C Positive Power x TCF Burning Power Semen Not On Market. Progeny exclusively available from owners. Owned with JS Simmental. Remington Lock N Load Remington On Target x Bar 15 Miss Knight The best of Canada. Sold for $36,000 1/2 Interest. Semen Packages For Sale. Owned with Remington & Lundago.

Remington Lock N Load

W/C Dream Catcher

W/C Dream Catcher 717W Dream Catcher x F. Direction/Warehouse 2nd-High-Selling bull in 2010 Sale. Owned with Tom Kearns (NE).

W/C Crown Royal 20R JS Crown Royal x R&R Warehouse Top-Selling bull in 2010 Sale. Owned with Schnabel Cattle (SD).

W/C Crown Royal

Yardley High Regard

Yardley High Regard Yardley Impressive x Yardley Pinion Exciting Outcross that does everything right. Topped Yardley's recent sale at $30,000. Owned with Yardleys and John Goeken (SD).

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Grand Champion Steer & Champion European Crossbred Steer, 2010 Fort Worth Stock Show

Shown by Rikki Buckalew

Dealer inquiries Welcome!!! Please contact

JDK Products, Inc.

815.264.8887 David Kearns, 815.739.3578

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SULLIVAN SUPPLY

1.800.475.5902, Dunlap, IA • 1.800.588.7096, Hillsboro, TX Dave Kearns, Jr., IL, 815.739.3575 • Sinnamon Show Supply, IN, 765.566.2007 Way-Mar Semen Specialists, IL, 815.223.2534 • White Show Supply, OH, 740.225.0698


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to the Stierwalt family for exhibiting the Grand Champion Steer at the 2009 Tulsa State Fair. Bred by us & Hall. Look for full sibling embryos at the 2010 Black Hereford Ranch Cream of Crop production sale.

We have an outstanding set of fall-born show steer and heifer prospects, priced to fit all budgets! We’ve been selling champions for 13 years.

www.venableshowcattle.com Cody Venable 405.320.4062 • Anadarko, OK codyvenable@yahoo.com

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Chelsea Venable 405.826.4496 • Crowley, TX venablechelsea@yahoo.com


Sire: LMJ Almost Famous Dam: Paleface/Stockman 365 BW: 84 lbs DOB: 3.15.08 THC-PHAF Reg. Chi-Maine No. P339200 Homozygous Black Canada Certified

800-443-6389

605-995-9100

866-356-4565

712-446-5507

Semen: $25/unit

Semen available from these distributors and owners: Raised & Owned

Owned

Todd, Rita, Clint, & Nate Shireman 9266 W 900 S•Wanatah, IN 46390 219.733.2813 or 219.508.6908

Scott & Pam/Sunny & Marjorie Sinnamon 1586 N 880 W •Kokomo, IN 46901 765.566.2007 or 765.438.0710 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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KB

Supreme Champion, 2009 Kasas Beef Expo and many time champion for Dylan Hafer and a full sib to Max Out.

819

The Calving Ease Bull ... with more look, hair, muscle and bone.

sire: Exar Lutton 1831 dam: 4J Lady VRD Maxine 3610 bw: 72 lbs. dob: 5.5.08

$25

semen

Available from owners Bovine Elite, and Cattle Visions. Volume discounts available.

Flush Quality Sexed Semen!! Available this spring. Contact Horizon Cattle Company for details

Larry, Jana, Dylan & Levi Hafer Martell, NE p: 402.794.4042 c: 402.853.2451

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CALVING EASE SPECIALIST!!!

First calves have arrived and are coming easy with birth weights ranging from 68-72 lbs. Choose MAXout to give you that added quality and marketability you expect from your first calf heifers.

Les Jones, 972.743.8603 Keith Bell, 214.676.0274 Merv Bell, 214.460.8919

Matt Wohlers Wayne, NE c: 402.369.1535


In just a few short years Sonny N Clear has established himself as a go to Shorthorn sire. Sonny N Clear transmits hair, bone, and a killer look Res. Champion Shorthorn into all of his progeny. He is a must use sire Heifer, 2008 Ft. Dodge Sonny N Clear X for your 2010 breeding program. SCC Eskimo Joe, Heifer

Past High Sellers James Williams Show Cattle, MI Steer - $12,750 • Heifers - $9,000 & $9,000 Sedlacek, SD • Steer - $9,000 Vogel Family Shorthorns, IA • Heifer - $3,000

Many time Champion or Res. Appendix Heifer in Ohio. Sonny N Clear X WHR Sonny, Heifer

Owners DeRouchey Cattle Co.

Sonny N Clear, Steer

FLASH

Supreme Champion Heifer, 2010 Dixie National - Sired by Sonny N Clear

Thomas Ranch

Fred & Joan DeRouchey Mitchell, South Dakota 605-990-6488

Troy, VeaBea & Cally Thomas Harold, South Dakota 605-973-2448

CK Cattle

Thomsen Cattle Co.

Chris & Kristi Effling Highmore, South Dakota 605-769-0142

Cory & Stacy Thomsen Mitchell, South Dakota

605-730-2397

Sire: WHR Sonny 8114 • Dam: SBR Candy 133 DOB: 04.02.05 • BW: 83 lbs. • ADJ WW: 614 lbs. TH FREE • PHA CARRIER

$25/unit Semen Available From:

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The perfect solution for all those Heat Wave females!

Sire: Cool Ice (Ice Pick son x Chi/Angus) Dam: PH Highland cow BW: 75 • PHA-Carrier • TH-Free Semen through Burroughs Bulls, SEK, and all major distributors

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Offering you the show cattle industries most elite sires.

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GO TO WWW.STEPPINGSTONEGENETICS.COM FOR OUR CURRENT ON-LINE SEMEN SPECIALS! Stepping Stone Genetics, LLC | 103 S. First Street, Box 81 • Calumet, Iowa 51009 | 712-446-5507 • 712-461-1405 | www.steppingstonegenetics.com

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KS Miss She’s So Sweet 98R

ASA# 2494970 DOB: 01.04.09 BW: 76 lbs. SIRE: SVF Steel Froce DAM: KS Miss She’s So Sweet 98R OWNERS ... Jones Show Cattle Troy, 419.230.8675 Randy, 419.230.8734 Office, 419.648.9967 Harwood Cattle Co. Jeff, 616.902.1022 Trennepohl Farms Jeff, 765.620.0733

Shares available at $2,500 each (50 units conventional). Only a total of 30 shares will be sold. 1/2 shares also available.

Also contact these consultants to purchase shares ... Bob Dwyer, 309.337.1404 Nick Dwyer, 309.337.6404 Tyler Humphrey, 419.230.3450 Dalton Lundy, 502.727.6989 t h e s h o w c i r c u i t . c o m April 2010

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Semen: $20 Available from owners and all major distributors.

Sire: Alias Dam: Sire Duke (PB Charolais) DOB: 3.29.06 BW: 90 lbs. Interstate arguably created the most buzz of any smoky bull on display in Denver. Although not heavily promoted, judging by his consistant calf crop, most admirers feel the buzz is just getting started. For best results, use Interstate on small to moderate females or those clubby carrier females to produce smoky steers or big time show heifers. Tested TH and PHA free.

Interstate: the quickest way to the winnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s circle!

Wiedel Cattle Co.|Curtis Wiedel Hebron, NE 402.768.8066

Full Sib to Interstate. Top seller in McDaniel Cattle Co. Sale.

Sired by Interstate. Nebraska Cattlemenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Classic, Supreme Female. 3rd Overall & Ch. X-Charolais, 2009 KS Beef Expo. 7th Overall & Ch. X-Charolais, 2009 UNL AGR. Shown by Morgan Burke.. Raised by Wiedel Cattle Co. Sold by Cory Miller.

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Antidote Progeny Raised By O’Neill Angus Farm

Champion Angus Steer, 2008 Hoosier

dam: First Calf Heifer Sold for $20,000 by Danny Fawcett

Sold for $17,500 by Kendall Bremer 1 Time Res. Supreme Champion Heifer 2 TIme Champion Angus Heifer 1 Time Res. Champion Angus Heifer

AM & NH FREE BY PEDIGREE

for semen contact owners or major distributors:

sire: G13 Structure • dam: Maple Lane Forever Lady 277 bw: 87 lbs. • Reg. PB Angus #15442456

Mogck Angus Farm, Tripp, SD: Justin: 605-929-4021 • David: 605-940-9771

If you have been searching for an Angus bull with more muscle, bone, ideal phenotype and TONS of hair, we invite you to consider Antidote. He is backed by one of the most proven cow families of the Angus breed, which will add a tremendous maternal package to his offspring. Join the list of purebred and club calf breeders who are AI’ing their top cows and flushing their donors to Antidote!

Cattle Visions, 866-839-3353 LimiGene, 800-722-2079 SEK Genetics, 800-443-6389

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HEART THROB

sire: Heat Wave dam: Whiplash dob: 3/2009 bw: 90 lbs TH CARRIER PHA FREE Owners Curt Wolff Dunk Cattle Company

OVERKILL sire: Heat Wave

dam: Heat Seeker X Simmental dob: 3/2009 bw: 90 lbs TH CARRIER PHA FREE Owners Spencer Cattle Co. Dunk Cattle Company

PHENOM

sire: Paddy Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Malley dam: Full Form dob: 4/15/2008 bw: 80 lbs TH FREE PHA CARRIER Owners Bouray Show Cattle Dunk Cattle Company

Ryan Dunklau, Wayne, Nebraska c: 402.369.2025 w: dunkcattleco.com April 4 & 5 On-line Embryo & Rare Semen Sale Offering top embryo matings & rare semen on-line. The offering includes top Shorthorn & Commercial donors. Semen offered from Heat Wave, Heat Wave 1, Sooner, Ali and more! For more visit: newagecattle.com & dunkcattleco.com

LOCKDOWN sire: Warrant

dam: Aftershock dob: 3/19/2008 bw: 85 lbs TH Carrier PHA Carrier Owners Campbell Cattle Line Show Cattle Dunk Cattle Company


Fortune & Glory

sire: Sooner dam: Black Smoker X Jazzmyn dob: 4/02/2008 bw: 84 lbs Polled TH FREE PHA FREE PB Maine-Anjou Owners Matt Wohlers Dunk Cattle Company Wiese Show Cattle Paulsen Cattle

Owners WARRANT sire: Heat Wave Caldwell Show Cattle

dam: 908 (Draft Pick X Meyer 734) Brandon Jones dob: 4/16/2005 bw: 96 lbs Dunk Cattle Company TH CARRIER PHA CARRIER Kevin Heath

Grand Champion Market Heifer, 2009 Iowa State Fair

Many TIme Champion Prospect in 2009

Class 6 Champion, 2009 NAILE

TINMAN

Res. Division Champion, 2008 Ak-Sar-Ben

sire: Alias dam: Full Throttle X Cunia dob: 3/11/2007 bw: 92 lbs TH FREE PHA FREE Owners Caldwell Show Cattle Dunk Cattle Company Kevin Heath Brandon Jones Thomsen Cattle Company Res. Charolais, 2010 Purdue AGR 4th Overall, 2010 Gaila Co Preview

THE RINGER sire: Ali dam: Kadabra

dob: 3/28/2006 bw: 70 lbs TH FREE PHA FREE 5/8 Maine-Anjou Owners Campbell Cattle Dunk Cattle Company

Res. Supreme Champion Heifer, 2009 Pioneer Showdown

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3rd Overall Steer, 2009 Indiana State Fair. Austen Irvin. Raised by Tom Klinger.

sire: Heat Wave • dam: Draft Pick Angus calved: March 15, 2005 • birthweight: 92 lbs. TH-Carrier • PHA-Free!

4th Overall Steer, 2009 Badger Kick-off Classic. Kelsey & Kauy Fargo. Raised by Brad Sornson.

Champion Prospect Steer (Ring A), 2009 OK AGR. McKenzie Strickland. Raised by Pryor Show Cattle.

Champion %-Simmental Heifer, 2009 NE AGR. Blake McCullough. Raised by Tim Burke. Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, 2009 AkSarBen. Henningson Family. Raised by Sojka/Pryor.

Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer KSU AGR Kickoff. Champion MaineTainer Heifer, 2010 Missouri AGR. Walker Family. Raised by Bob Thompson.

Proving to be the most consistent sire in the club calf industry! Contact Owners or Distributors for Semen. Sexed semen available!

Aaron Pryor Dave Faber 712-592-1844 712-441-3119

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Sargent Show Cattle Jeff, Kim, & Harley Sargent 903.624.7265

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Nowatzke Cattle Co. Barry Nowatzke 773-255-4684

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Holcomb Cattle Co. Mike Holcomb 903.985.1641 Chad Holcomb 903.316.2911

Owners

*Big Footed *Moderate Sized *Low Birthweight (85 lbs.) * TH-Free *PHA-Free * Polled

Sire: HD Bloodstone 603ET • Dam: WHR Poppin Lady 2114ET Semen: $25/unit (inc. AI certificate upon request) • 10 straw minimum


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Grand Champion Market Heifer, Kentucky Beef Expo - Shown by Abby Collins

Grand Champion Steer, Hoosier Beef Congress - Shown by DJ Martin

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, Illinois Beef Expo - Shown by Nicholas Day Grand Champion Heifer, Purdue AGR - Shown by Becca Chamberlain Grand Champion Steer, Ohio Scarlet & Gray, Ring B - Shown by Madison Clark

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, Illinois Beef Expo - Shown by Ashtin Guyer

Champions like these have been winning with Natural Stride and GluCoat already this show season. We suggest Natural Stride to keep your project sound and problem free as well as GluCoat to increase feed intake and give your project that extra "bloomy" look. The results speak for themselves!

For ordering this product, visit our website, www.naturalsolutionsforlivestock.com, for a dealer locator or go to our National Distributors 618.546.5035

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Your support of the junior association is appreciated!


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Dave, Mary Lou, & Dave Jr. Waterman, Illinois Dave Jr. 815-739-3575 Stout has the power and mass with the bone and hair that gives him that killer look you desire. His first calves are very impressive with both hair and style. If your Shorthorn herd or club calf operation needs more look and power, and you want to raise those great Shorthorns & Shorthorn Plus calves, then your answer is to use

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sire: Tank (Heat Seeker) dam: Timex X Cannon BW: 70 lbs. TH CARRIER • PHA FREE semen: $25/unit owned with: Greg Kroupa, Kris Black & Kelly Munson

Carpe Diem X Wildfire Hereford Cow - Raised By Carr

Carpe Diem X Wildfire Hereford Cow - Raised By Carr - High Seller in The Drager /Carr Sale for $24,500

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch

Res. Champion Hereford Steer, 2010 Ft. Worth Stock Show

Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com “This fall, I calved my first Carpe Diem daughters. All of these females calved easily and unassisted. Better yet, they milked great and bred back with 100 percent success. Every calf from this group of females sold and brought from $2500 to $7500. I have used Carpe Diem EXCLUSIVELY on all of my heifers for the past 3 years. I have only had to pull 2 calves in that time period. One of those was breech and the other had a leg folded back.” - Kelly Munson , Munson Cattle, LLC We Accept Both Visa & MasterCard

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“Eye Candy is definitely clicking on our Chi cows consistently, making them, sound, soggy and saleable with unreal hair. Eye Candy females should be the next hot thing in Club Calf Mamas. We averaged $13,500 on our Eye Candy heifer calves last fall.” - Justin Holt, Holt Brothers - South Dakota “The Eye Candy calves are my best Crossbred sire group. They are stout, sound, “The Eye Candy calves have a great look extra hairy and have worked well on a variety of different types of cows.” about them and feed really well.” - Blaine Franklin “Rockin’ J crew has been extremely impressed with our - Myron Benes, Wagonhammer Eye Candy calves! They are 100% sound in their structure. Ranches, Nebraska The heifers calves have cow written all over them. The steers that aren’t club calf quality, look like cattle that will feed and perform in the feedlots. In closing, Eye Candy’s mother was in our corral overnight and she is the Real Deal!!” - Jerry Adamson, Rockin J Ranch, A Top Seller For Holt Brothers Many Time Champion Nasty Habit - 2010 Promotion Sire Nebraska - Sired By Eye Candy

- Sired By Eye Candy

- Sired By Eye Candy

sire: Naughty Pine dam: Miss Fuzz (PB Galloway) BW: 90 lbs. TH CARRIER • PHA FREE semen: $25/unit owned with: Bobby Wellner

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch

Order Semen Today! Toll Free At 877-312-2855

Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 • Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com • etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com

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sire: Hannibal • dam: Sullivan 102 (Double Stuff) BW: 87 lbs. • DOB: 4.10.2006 TH FREE • PHA FREE semen: $25/unit • owned with: Joe Sullivan “A bull isn’t a great bull without a great cow behind him. Use Hired Man with confidence . . . we do!!” - Joe Sullivan, Sullivan Cattle - Iowa Grand Champion Prospect Steer, 2009 Fall Classic - Congratulations Stock Martin - Sired By Hired Man

Top Prospect Sold By Austin Cattle Company, Texas - Sired By Hired Man

Salty Dog - 2010 Promotion Sire - Sired By Hired Man

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Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com We Accept Both Visa & MasterCard


Breathe Easy

sire: Cowan’s Ali 4M dam: WAG Harrietta (WMW) semen: $25/unit dob: 02.25.2008 • bw: 71 lbs. MaineTainer Reg. #394165 TH Free • PHA Free

Money Putty

sire: Whasssup (PB Maine) dam: Gucci (Vegas X Hannibal) semen: $25/unit dob: 02.25.2008 • bw: 89 lbs. MaineTainer Reg. #TFR392490 TH Carrier • PHA Free

Uncle Kracker

sire: Who Too dam: DJ Hunk semen: $20/unit dob: 10.06.2008 • bw: 81 lbs. MaineTainer Reg. #Pending TH Free • PHA Free

Northern Ice

sire: Northern Improvement • dam: Habanero dob: 01.08.2007 • bw: 76 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free MaineTainer Reg. #381867 semen: $25/unit

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com We Accept Both Visa & MasterCard


sire: HEAT WAVE dam: PAYBACK X SUGAR RAY BW: 84 lbs. TH CARRIER • PHA FREE semen: $30/unit

A Many Time Champion for Vickland’s!

Order Semen Today! Toll Free At 877-312-2855 This a real testimonial from a very happy family with the quality of calves we have had in the last two years. Just to let you know a little bit about our operation, we have been AIing cows for about 30 plus years now. In all this time, we have never used bulls like this before. Last year we used Naughty Pine on 16 cows and sold every singe calf. Our only mistake was we should of used a lot more. This group of calves has made several of our customers very happy and these calves are winning at all levels state and national. We also used a few straws of Eye Candy and sold all of these calves also. The fertility of these bulls are outstanding. Very few re-breeds using Trausch’s bulls. I was so overwhelmed that my son, couple of his friends, and myself went out to Iowa to see these bulls in person and we weren’t disappointed at all. They are the real deal. Chris Wilson and his family are very personal people. I would suggest to anyone to go look at these bulls in person. The calves so far this year out of Naughty Pine and Eye Candy are better than last years, if that’s even possible. In closing, I guess what I like best about these people is they are not into playing games with the customers. The price of the bulls stay consistent. The cost isn’t up and down. - Steve Watson

Res. Grand Steer, 2009 WI State Fair

A top Naughty Pine heifer.

Res. Grand Steer, 2008 Arizona Grand Steer, 2009 Alabama

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch

Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 • Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com • trausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com

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sire: Hired Man • dam: PB Angus (Northern Improvement) dob: 01.31.2008 • bw: 85 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free semen: $25/unit

sire: Hired Man • dam: Chili (Double Stuff X Maine) dob: 07.04.2008 • bw: 76 lbs. • TH Pending • PHA Pending semen: $20/unit

sire: Cowan’s Ali 4M • dam: Collateral Damage dob: 03.2008 • bw: 72 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free owned with - Dave Rieck 641-340-5021 • Wayne Lents 641-344-9367 • Chad Rieck 641-202-2063 semen: $25/unit

Order Semen Today! Toll Free At 877-312-2855 Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 • Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com • etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com

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CRR DO3 Cotton 356 Dam of all bulls!

sire: LaGrand Reload • dam: CRR DO3 Cotton 356 dob: 05.15.2008 • bw: 75 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free EPD’s: +5.9; WW; +56; YW: +93; MM: +18; M&G: +46 - Division III Champion Bull, 2009 Hereford Jr. National - Owned with Purple Reign Cattle Co., Toulon, IL semen: $25/unit • certificates: $75

Order Semen Today! Toll Free At 877-312-2855

sire: BR Moler ET • dam: CRR DO3 Cotton 356 dob: 03.24.2008 • bw: 80 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free EPD’s: +5.1; WW; +59; YW: +100; MM: +17; M&G: +4.6 semen: $25/unit • certificates: $150

sire: BR Moler ET dam: CRR DO3 Cotton 356 dob: 02.25.2008 • bw: 87 lbs. TH Free • PHA Free EPD’s: +5.1; WW; +59; YW: +100; MM: +17; M&G: +3.8 - Owned with U-Wing Herefords, Jason Ewing; Brian Laaker, Abracadabra Cattle Co., McInnis Cattle Co., Franklin Cattle Co., Goddard Cattle Co., and Hixson Herefords semen: $25/unit certificates: $150

sire: LaGrand Reload dam: CRR DO3 Cotton 356 dob: 03.28.2006 • bw: 89 lbs. • TH Free • PHA Free EPD’s: +5.9; WW; +56; YW: +93; MM: +18; M&G: +4.6 - Bull Calf Champion, 2007 NWSS - Owned with Baumgarten Cattle Co. semen: $25/unit • certificates: $75

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch

Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com

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sire: Eye Candy dam: Bounty Hunter X Angus semen: $25/unit dob: 03.16.2009 bw: 90 lbs. TH Carrier • PHA Free raised by: Craig & Katie O’Kief

Order Semen Today! Toll Free At 877-312-2855 sire: Hired Man dam: Kiss & Tell (H. Seeker X 3C Sturdy) semen: $25/unit dob: 02.02.2009 bw: 90 lbs. TH Carrier • PHA Free raised by/owned with: Harvey Cattle Company, Wes Richardson & Jason Headen

Salty Dog Is Now Freezing High Quality Semen!!

Trausch Farms • Robert & Esther Trausch Chris Wilson, Manager - 641-745-0323 Semen Orders: Deena: 877-312-2855 • Esther: 712-790-3033 • Chris: 641-745-0323 on-line at: www.trauschfarms.com • etrausch04@yahoo.com • trausch.farms@yahoo.com

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Warrior was the top selling bull at the 2010 Denver Maine Sale. He is sired by the late great Ali a proven sire of champions and top sellers. Warrior’s dam is loaded with maternal legends like FR Magic, Draft Pick, and Smithbuilt, bulls which made a lasting impact on the cattle industry. The time is right for Warrior. In recent years we have all been striving to add more rib and power to our programs and most of the time we have had to sacrifice some of the looks to get that highly demanded power. Here is the one with that added power, rib, and body with looks to kill!

/unit Available from major distributors.

BK Warrior 128W, purebred Maine-Anjou Registration # 401267 DOB: 3.02.09 BW: 75 lbs. PHAF & THF SIRE: Cowan’s Ali 4M DAM: CBOF Miss Pebbles (FR Magic X Draft Pick) EPD’s - BWT: 1.1; WWT: 35.2; YWT: 70.3; MILK: 27.2; M&G: 44.8 OWNERS:

BROKEN OAK FARMS

Richard & Marsha Rhodes 903.335.0774 • www.brokenoakfarms.com

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Sire: Who Made Who Dam: Bentley/Jack Frost BW: 78 lbs. | PHA-Free & TH-Free

Owned with Justin McMillin 403-854-0073 Calberta Farms 403-651-8727

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, & Berkley McKay Orlando, OK | 405.747.8627


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Sire: Heat Wave | Dam: Cunia 602 BW: 94 lbs. PHA-Free | TH-Carrier

Owned with Mainstream Genetics 540-246-3200

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Sire: Donnie Dam: Hotmail/Black Impact BW: 88 lbs

Owned with James Warren

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, & Berkley McKay Orlando, OK | 405.747.8627


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Sire: Heat Wave Dam: #22 (Cookie Monster) BW: 90 lbs | DOB: 3-2-07

It’s been a great first year!

VanHove $28,000 | Bonham $22,500 Miller $20,000 | Shepard $18,000 Voegele $17,500 | Bonham $17,500 Swanson $15,500 | Went $10,250 Guyer $10,000 | Haun $8,500 Burrows $7,500 | Guyer $7,500 Swanson $7,250 | Smith $6,750 Sievers $6,500 | Otto $5,750 Haun $5,250 | Shepard $5,250

Unforgiven’s high-sellers!

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Sire: Ali | Dam: All About Who son x Angus BW: 70 lbs. | DOB: 4-2-08 PH-Free & TH-Free

Owned with Goddard Cattle Co. 712-789-9397

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, & Berkley McKay Orlando, OK | 405.747.8627


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Sire: OCC Legend | Dam: Chill Factor BW: 70 lbs. | DOB: 6-07 PHA-Free & TFree

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Sire: Alias | Dam: Meyer x Cunia BW: 86 lbs. PHA-Free & TFree

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, & Berkley McKay Orlando, OK | 405.747.8627


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McKay Cattle Company Barn - Orlando, Oklahoma Selling 20 Service-Aged Bulls Club Calf and Maternal genetics represented. Check our website at www.showsteers.com. Pictures will be posted mid-April. Sale Consultant: Dustin Layton 405-464-2455

Phone Auction Bull Sale May 3rd, 2010 at 1:00pm

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, & Berkley McKay Orlando, OK | 405.747.8627


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Hoffman Rick Clark Cattle Co. 765-585-2413 Vince & Michelle 574-842-2993 (H) | 574-229-3724 (C) Call owners for semen.

Sire: Ground Zero | Dam: Meyer 734/Black Maximizer x Habanero TH-Free | PHA-Free | DOB 3.17.2009 | BW 85 lbs. | Scurred Looking for a bull to use on your TH- and PHA-Carrier cows? Sacred Ground is your answer. He comes from an awesome cow family. He is stout made, thick topped and butted, while putting this in a sound structure.

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Sire: Northern Improvement • Dam: BK-KAS Remarkable 501 (Limited Edition X BK Libby) 50% Maine-Anjou • PHAF • Owned with Randy Irwin Semen packages available Trendsetter exceeded all our expectations in his first calf crop and we were expecting a lot. His first heifer calves sold for $42,000, $31,000, $20,000, and $10,000. Plus the first heifer calf ever shown out of him was selected Reserve Champion MaineTainer female at the 2009 NAILE. The Trendsetters are born small, solid patterned, and good. Owned with Broken Oak Farms. Warrior was the top selling bull at the 2009 Denver Maine Sale. He is sired by the late great Ali a proven sire of champions and top sellers. Warriors dam is loaded with maternal legends like FR Magic, Draft Pick, and Smithbuilt bulls which made a lasting impact on the cattle industry. The time is right for Warrior. In recent years we have all been striving to add more rib and power to our programs and most of the time we have to sacrifice some looks to get that highly demanded power. Here’s the one Semen $20/unit Sire: Cowans Ali 4M with that added power, rib, and body Dam: CBOF Miss Pebbles (FR Magic X Draft Pick) with looks to kill. DOB: 03.02.09 • BW: 75 lbs. PB Maine-Anjou • PHAF/THF BW: 1.1; WW: 35.2; YW: 70.3; MILK: 27.2; M&G 44.8

Sire: BK Remedy 346R

Semen $20/unit

(Limited Edition X Lifeline)

Dam: RSCC Roxbury 707L (Heatseeker X Miss RSCC 4K)

75% Maine-Anjou • DOB: 10.04.07 Owned with Moore Cattle Co. Top Secret’s first calves hit the ground in the fall of 2009, and he is a definite cow changer. His calves all have a killer look, stout boned, big hipped, and hairy. Top Secret is a high % Maine with that extra punch of power and look!

Reg. #390631

Sire: DMCC Limited Edition Dam: Pannell Miss 4072 (Draft Pick) PB Maine-Anjou • DOB: 01.13.08 PHAF • BW: 87 lbs. Owned with Moore Cattle Co. A maternal brother to Power Plus, Navajo, and Icepick. His dam is the Legandary 4072. Not only does he have the great genetic blast his first calves are on the ground and they look incredible. Bone, body, and power are no doubt his strength. He will sure make a positive impact on the industry.

Semen $20/unit

JIRL BUCK & FAMILY

Jirl, Brenda & Bailey Buck

Madill, OK 580-795-7271 • 580-795-4865 mobile Matt Scasta & Ray Unwin, Davey Young, Show & Sale Cattle jirl@buckcattle.com • www.buckcattle.com

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Supreme Champion Female, NAILE & Indiana State Fair

Sired by Who Da Man

Reserve Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer, Sioux Empire Farm Show

Sired by Who Da Man

Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer, Sioux Empire Farm Show A full sib to Who Da Man II

Sired by Who Da Man

Sired by Who Da Man

Supreme Champion Exotic, Houston Stock Show and Champion Chianina, San Antonio

Champion AOB Heifer, 2009 American Royal

Sired by Who Da Man

$42,000 Sullivan Farms 2008 Pasture Sale topper that became a major show champion Sale topper at the 2009 Winegardner sale at $31,000 and was recently named Reserve Champion Female at the Sweetheart Show

Sired by Who Da Man

Sired by Who Da Man

Grand Champion ChiAngus Female, 2009 NAILE Junior Show

SULL

All of these Who Da Man daughters were born in two herds with limited use. Our replacement for the untimely death of Who Da Man. If you are interested in raising show stock that can sell high in the pasture and are bred for the long run that will win major shows look at Who Da Man II. He possesses the unique look of his sire with one of the best Sullivan Farms donor cows behind him. We will be using him hard in our program. A picture will be available on this two year old bull later this spring as weather permits. SIRE: Who Da Man • DAM: SULL HS 124 (Heat Seeker X Vikings Shoshone, Angus)

Semen: $25, contact Summer Pieper, 712.269.5925

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SULLIVAN FARMS

Dave, Becky, Tyler & Mason Allan 825 Jahn Lane • Schulenburg, TX 78956 979-562-2532 Home • 979-561-7115 Dave • dave@baracattle.com

John, Dede, Sara & Sage • 712-263-0263 701 Iowa Ave., Dunlap, IA 51529 John Elder • 402-650-1385 • www.maternallegends.com

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semen: $20

sire: heat wave • dam: cub/cunia • dob: 3.3.05 polled • bw: 88 lbs. • THC, PHAF TOP SIRES

Place your order today and save on shipping. We will have semen available at all major state expos. Plus, we will also be coming through the midwest in the spring to deliver to your door!

Guyer Cattle Co. Robinson, IL • Dave & Lucy Guyer • 618-546-5035 • 812-243-1676 Quimby Show Calves Bloomington, IN • Steve: 812-327-0834 • Craig, 812-327-6449


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Positive Spring reports flooding in daily!

Place your order today and save on shipping. We will have semen available at all major state expos. Plus, we will also be coming through the midwest in the spring to deliver to your door!

If you hate to throw away that first calf and would like to have one that you can still sell but don’t have to stay up all night worrying, then Grizzly is your answer to your calving ease troubles. This is a maternal sire that brings a lot to the table. He has hair, bone, look, squareness, soundness, and an extended family tree of baldies on both sides of his pedigree. This photo was taken at 2 years of age, so you make your own decisions when it comes to how you want your maternal cattle to look at that age. Grizzly’s Dam

Sire: B&D 700M (Grizz/Blk Bear) • Dam: Hotmail/Simm (50% Simmental) • BW: 65 lbs. (out of a first calf heifer) DOB: 4.05.06 • 50% Simmental • ASA Reg. #2468117 • TH- & PHA-Free • AMF • NHF

TOP SIRES

Semen: $20

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For a limited time, Spring semen available at a reduced rate of $25/unit.

JM Vortec *

The outcross bull with big Assets for clubby and purebred breeders alike. Thanks to Sullivan Farms for producing and using this bull as an Asset to their elite breeding program. Guyer Cattle Company Robinson, IL Dave: 618-546-5035 812-243-1676 Lawrence Cattle Co. Hebron, OH Kerry: 740-404-0463 JL Farms - Tiffin, OH Don Waldock 419-563-1419

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