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Friday evening, March 20, 2015

Columbus, Ohio • The Grand Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Hotel Pre-Sale Social & Entertainment 6:30 p.m.

Frozen Gold Sale 7:30 p.m.

Event catalogs available for FREE download after February 24th at www.frozengold.net Make room reservations early by calling 614.885.1885 and asking for the Frozen Gold. Don't delay!

Brought to you in part by: REFERENCE CATALOGS MAILED UPON REQUEST ONLY. Reserve your copy at www.frozengold.net or by calling 419.862.0117.


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PRAIRIE VIEW FARMS 5th Annual Production Sale

Watch for photos & videos on-line at www.pvfangus.com

6:30 pm • at the farm, Gridley, Illinios

Full and Maternal sibs to these popular champions sell!

2014 NAILE Grand Champion Female 2014 NAILE Intermediate Reserve Champion Female

2014 NAILE Intermediate Champion Female

2014 National Junior Angus Show Division Champion

2013 NWSS Reserve Grand Champion Female

SALE HIGHLIGHTS • Selling top 25 Summer & Fall born show heifer prospects • Selling an elite set of two-year-old donor candidates with calves at side. • Selling 10 herd sire prospects.

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ALAN & THERESA MILLER: 217.840.6935

pvfangus@gmail.com

ORLAN & CAROL

BRANDON & CATHY JONES: 309.370.1081 Clayton Miller: 765.481.5496 • Will Coor: 919.723.6399


For Steers AND Heifers Sullivan’s

Fresh & Feminine

TM

“The secret to eye appealing show cattle!”

“The simple science to freshen-up a front end while maintaining the body capacity desired. We have had tremendous success with Fresh & Feminine™ for over 10 years. Now available to the public for the first time. You will noticeably see the results.” - John Sullivan

Sullivan’s

Black Velvet

This exciting new product has been is proven with results and the demand for repeat orders has been tremendous. In fact, many of the major steer and heifer show winners from this fall have feed FRESH & FEMININE™, the secret to eye appealing show cattle!” Feminine shape and freshness throughout the front end of your show animal spells ultimate suc- cess or failure in the show ring today. FRESH & FEMININE™ is not just another supplement. Tried and true for many years, FRESH & FEMININE™ has been the secret, fed at Sullivan Farms for over 10 years. It has been an integral part of their feeding regiment and credited with producing outstanding freshness and ultimate show ring success of their cattle at major shows year-in and year-out. This is how this feed supplement works … the superior science of FRESH & FEMININE™ features a combination of strategic vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and a high concentration of by-pass protein sources. This chemistry boosts metabolic fat burning in the body that targets spe- cific areas of the body to reduce fat content, most notably in the neck and brisket area. The animal has a more feminine, attractive physique and even moves better. This helps to offset the results seen from aggressive, high energy show cattle diets. All natural and fertility safe for open heifers, bred heifers, steers and bulls. Simply top dress 6 oz. per head per day of this pelleted supplement on your current ration until desired freshness has been achieved.

TM

Hair Dye

Leaves the hair with more body and an incredible, brilliant black shine. Proven safe. No hair burn. Black Velvet is designed specifically for cattle hair. Black Velvet hair dye turns grey, red-tinted or faded hair into a beautiful jet-black color. Black Velvet infuses the hair with more softness, body and incredible shine. Very easy to use. Apply at home to clean, dry hair. You will need three to four kits of Black Velvet for a 1,000 pound animal. Simply combine the entire contents of the Dye (black bottle) and Activator (red bottle) into a spray bottle or blower fogger, shake well and apply liberally onto hair coat. Gently work into hair coat with a Smart Comb. Leave the dye in the hair for 20 to 30 minutes, then rinse out with water until the water runs clear. Will not towel off. For long lasting beauty and color, Black Velvet is truly brilliant.

Applications on-line January 1, 2015 at www.sullivansupply.com

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Applications DUE March 15, 2015.

Winners will be announced on-line April 15, 2015.


Follow these steps for the ultimate benefit of this NEW Product ... STEP 1 ... Glue the leg with Sullivan’s Prime Time or Tail Adhesive STEP 2 ... Spray on White Powder’Ful (shake well) to build-up leg and thicken the hair follicles. It also provides a brighter visual for clipping. STEP 3 ... Use Powder’Ful to build your leg alternating it with small amounts of Tail Adhesive. If you are building a black leg use Black Powder’Ful. This will allow for better coverage when you paint. STEP 4 ... Once you are done building the leg with Powder’Ful, the final step is to completely cover the leg with Black Finisher for a natural black look. Powder’Ful also works excellent on the tail heads and building loins & bellies.

Sullivan’s

POWDER’FUL Hair Thickening Powder. Powder Spray

• Follicle Builder

• Fast Drying

• Easy to Clip through

• Doesn’t weigh the hair down like other leg builders. • Most natural full look you’ll get from any product • Won’t leave hair wet and globby • Available in Black Powder & White Powder

POWDER’FUL is the only product on the market that can give you a fuller and bigger look without adding on layers of and layers of paint and adhesive, which leaves the hair wet, heavy, and unnatural. POWDER’FUL leaves the hair looking fuller without being able to tell there is anything there. The two color options, white and black, make it easy to build legs without having to use an excess of paint to cover it up.

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Selling full sib embryos to these recent champions out of our Lois Lane donor.

Watch for our upcoming online genetics sale coming in March. Selling embryos and pregnancies on our newest and hottest genetics along with rare semen.

Chad, Sara, Jd, TuCker, and Brody ThompSon 605-350-9567 • 605-539-9567 Sara Cell: 605-690-7030 36951 229th Street • Wessington Springs, SD showsteers.com/thompson


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Sharing the Passion!

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We understand the passion show families pass on from generation to generation. For 75 years, we have shared that same passion through our commitment in providing lightweight aluminum trailers with stylish design, strong construction and solid resale value.

RUFF NECK is our most rugged design for commercial haulers. Add options (shown here with FINAL DRIVE package, aluminum wheels, plexiglass and spare) to make it ideal for show enthusiasts.

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Work smarter, not harder.

ShowEdge® blades deliver the cut without the weight. By pairing our new extra-wide, ShowEdge® livestock blades with your detachable blade clipper, you get the benefits of the wider cut found on heavy-duty shears but at a fraction of the weight and with less hand fatigue. And ShowEdge® livestock blades deliver a precise, smooth cut without leaving tracks – ideal for competition cuts, shearing and general grooming. See the full line of Andis® products at andis.com.

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Add rib and body for a competitive edge.

r u o y t e G if ll on!

This special high-fiber, mini-pelleted, top-dress supplement for sheep, goats, and cattle, possesses the unique ability to expand the rumen, creating fullness and heightened expression in show ruminants. The result is good rib expansion, creating a quick, natural, show-ready appearance. No. 81080AAAE4

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www.admani.com/MoorMansShowTec • 866-666-7626 • AN_ShowFeedHelp@adm.com ADM Alliance Nutrition, Inc. • Quincy, IL

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NEW LOCATION! AT THE RANCH 27262 424th Avenue Emery, South Dakota 57332

Join us on Tuesday,

FEBRUARY 10th Sale starts at 12:30 PM

SELLiNg 40 SoNS of LoCK N Load

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Selling 300 Head! 150 PERfoRMaNCE BuLLS 130 YEaRLiNgS 20 StRoNg agEd BuLLS 60 REgiStEREd BREd HEifERS 100 CoMMERCiaL oPEN REPLaCEMENtS selected for disposition, Quality & genetics from some of our top customers. Our deepest and most explosive growth offering ever! Many large sire groups and embryo transplant brothers. Let our balanced trait approach and over 40 years of selection work for you!

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27262 424th Avenue, Emery, SD 57332 Home: 605-825-4219 • Dale 605-661-3625 Scott 605-682-9610 • Jared 605-933-1661 Call or email for a sale book, or visit www.WerningCattle.com Eberspacher Enterprises Inc. Val & Lori Eberspacher 507-532-6694 Val Eberspacher Cell 612-805-7405 Kelly Schmidt Cell 406-599-2395 Email: sales@ebersale.com 2904 County Road 6, Marshall, MN 56258

Catalog also online at www.ebersale.com

Yardley Utah x Brickhouse Safe to W/C No Remorse

Yardley High Regard x Angus Safe to W/C Lock Down

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Not all components shown are considered standard.

Stronger to Last Longer • Riveted Aluminum Construction – Eliminates weaking aluminum material with intense welding heat. Aluminum is also much lighter than steel and will not corrode. • Superior Gates – Heavy Duty for reliable containment. • Diamond Tread Plate Floors – The industry’s hardest alloy and highest diamond height. • Smooth Interior Walls – Gentler on livestock and easier to clean. • Enclosed Overhead Wiring – Enclosed and protected.

Customize Your Trailer to Look As Good As Your Show Cattle • New Black Painted Aluminum Sides (natural aluminum is standard) • Polished Stainless Steel Nose • Side Ramps – Several widths available • New Outside Polished Stainless Steel Ramp Door Insert • Tie Rails and Tie Loops • Pop-up Roof Vents 4400 S. Lewis Blvd Sioux City, IA 51106 712-252-6500 email: sales@wilsontrailer.com

• LED Load Lights on Rear and Side • Available 7’,7’6”, 8’ and 8’6” Widths • Adjustable Compartment Roller Gate • Full Swing Inner Gates • Flat Floor – Corrugated is standard • Custom Alcoa Wheels – and many more!

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Cutting-Edge New Products “If

you’ve been looking to enhance the color of your show cattle, ProDye is by far the deepest, longest lasting, true black dye I’ve found. You’re going to like this user friendly formula for easy mixing and application. Developed specifically for livestock, ProDye is simply the best on the market.” Kirk Stierwalt Professional Cattle Expert

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Provides long-lasting deep black appearance and balance from front to back and a uniform color for a rich, bright and fresh look

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Stierwalt Smoke Gray ProTouch

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Gray colored cattle are hard to match with a single paint color, but this paint is different because of its adaptability and versatility. Smoke Gray ProTouch can change from light to dark as each coat is applied, making it perfect for blending different shades of gray together. Perfect for use on breeds like Charolais crosses.

An ideal choice for color shades from yellow to golden, Stierwalt Cream ProTouch is first of its kind to be offered for cream or blonde cattle. This paint has the ability to blend many different shades and tones of hair on a variety of breeds like Charolais crosses. The more coats added, the darker the color becomes, giving the ultimate flexibility for the perfect final look.

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A Cowman’s Best Friend at Calving Time!

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Important Calf Catcher Benefits... - Enables quick and safe calf catching! - Convenient, step in access of producer! - Holder secures calf for easy processing! - User-friendly inside release of calf to cow. - Move calves easier with cow following! - Less cow stress, mother can see and smell calf! - Reduces danger while working new calves! - Cuts labor, one person now does the work!

Designed for Processing Safety - Guards cattlemen against protective mother cow! - Built to last! Durable, all welded quality construction! - Tested and Proven in multiple terrains! - Quick mount and dismount on both ATV and UTV (Side x Side) units! - Sold throughout the US and Canada - Customer testimonials on website! Laurel Gilbertson, NE For me, it’s all about safety. With my calf catcher, at 73 years, I have no fear of any cow, and that is mighty important to me and my family. It is safe, and a much easier way to deal with the new borns and their protective mothers. It is quiet, allowing me to go through the cows virtually unnoticed when getting ready to catch a calf. Importantly, the mother cows do not get near as excited as when I used to work new borns the old way. Cows, babies and myself are all far better off because of it. Last spring, I paired out all 80 pairs to new pastures after processing their calves, and every cow without exception followed the catcher with their calf standing inside the holder. There is not a piece of equipment on the place that can equal the value of my calf catcher. I could not, and would not be in business without it!

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Unbelievable Daughters > at Bush, SD

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

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

Owners: Reserve Angus Heifer - OK Youth Expo

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

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Dalton Shanks

Dreaming of my future Champions...

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Sale Closes March 21, 2015 Featuring Elite Show Heifer Prospects & Embryos

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For more Information Contact: Jess Recknor 507-383-8529

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Southwest Simmental Group Spring Production Sale Selling Simmental, SimAngus & Club Calf Bulls, Breds & Open Females

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’s IgG Bovine Calf ’s ChoiceTotal Calf Total Choice ®

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Immunity with an extra boost of energy All natural bovine colostrum High Immunity IgG molecules are readily absorbed for maximum immune protection. > 85% IgG1 – The antibody most effective in protecting calves against diarrhea and pneumonia. Broad spectrum of antibodies with demonstrated efficacy in 3 continents. High in Colostral Fat An important energy source required by calves immediately after birth. Convenient Easily mixes in under 15 seconds! 3-year shelf life. Store at room temperature. Natural Bovine Colostrum High in growth and antimicrobial factors; contains naturally high levels of IGF-1, EGF, lactoferrin, trypsin inhibitor and other colostral factors. Made from only bovine colostrum; no blood, whey, egg or other ingredients not naturally found in maternal colostrum. Safe and Effective Free of disease causing organisms, such as: Tuberculosis, Brucellosis, Leucosis, Paratuberculosis (causing Johnes’ disease), Salmonella, E. coli, others. Each serial is tested in calves for safety and efficacy.

“It is imperative at Horn Livestock to create and deliver healthy newborn calves with the growing demand we have for show steers and bulls. The expectation of our customer is higher than ever. So for the past five years, we start with Calf’s Choice Total to provide consistently high rates of successful passive transfer. We feel that if we can get a full replacer dose in them, our calves will have improved immunity against enteric and respiratory challenges to maximize that genetic potential.” Brandon Horn , Horn Livestock, Anson, Texas

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NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR

RAlEigh, nc | ocTobER 16-26, 2014

MARKET STEERS

GRANd CHAmpION mARkeT sTeeR Shown by: Marty Wine

ReseRVe GRANd mARkeT sTeeR Shown by: Madison Boyd

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

FEEDER STEERS

GRANd CHAmpION FeedeR sTeeR Shown by: Madison Boyd

ReseRVe GRANd FeedeR sTeeR Shown by: Marcy Price


RESERVE gRAnD MARKET hog gRAnD chAMPion MARKET hog

Shown by: Travis Cox

Shown by: Hunter McMillen

RESERVE gRAnD MARKET lAMb Shown by: Hailee Whitehurst

gRAnD chAMPion MARKET lAMb Shown by: Abigal Wilson

RESERVE gRAnD MARKET goAT gRAnD chAMPion MARKET goAT

Shown by: Zade Jennings

Shown by: Joel Dahms

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NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR

bREEDing hEiFERS

chAMPion AnguS

Shown by: Bill Jones

RESERVE AnguS

RESERVE coMMERciAl

Shown by: Elaine Wood

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

chAMPion coMMERciAl

Shown by: Coleen Jones

Shown by: Austin Teeter

chAMPion liMouSin Shown by: Mary Dunn

RESERVE liMouSin Shown by: Wyatt Kendall

chAMPion gElbViEh

chAMPion hEREFoRD

chAMPion RED AnguS

Shown by: Ryan Menius

Shown by: Courtney Eudy

Shown by: Joseph Groce

RESERVE gElbViEh

RESERVE hEREFoRD

RESERVE RED AnguS

Shown by: John Ellis

Shown by: Jordan Carter

Shown by: Jacob Presnell


chAMPion SAnTA gERTRuDiS

chAMPion ShoRThoRn

chAMPion Aob

Shown by: Caroline Creech

Shown by: Jordan Cox

Shown by: Holly Price

RESERVE SAnTA gERTRuDiS

RESERVE ShoRThoRn

Shown by: Caroline Creech

Shown by: Zach Cuffe

RESERVE Aob Shown by: Austin Teeter

chAMPion SiMMEnTAl Shown by: Jordan Carter

chAMPion chARolAiS Shown by: Mattie Harward

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NAILE

LOUISVILLE . KY | NOVEMBER 4-21, 2014

BREEDING HEIFERS

SUPREME CHAMPION JUNIOR HEIFER Shown by: Kennedy Core

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

JUNIOR HEIFERS

cHaMpION aOB

cHaMpION SHORTHORN

cHaMpION SIM-aNGUS

Shown by: Carlee Clark

Shown by: Nick Sullivan

Shown by: Kennedy Core

RESERVE aOB

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SIM-aNGUS

Shown by: Kane Aegerter

Shown by: John Gellerman

Shown by: Maddy Udell


cHaMpION GELBVIEH

cHaMpION LIMOUSIN

cHaMpION MaINE-aNJOU

Shown by: Connor Durham

Shown by: Kylee Kelley

Shown by: Allison Manchester

RESERVE GELBVIEH

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

Shown by: Anna Duxbury

Shown by: Hannah Williamson

RESERVE MaINE-aNJOU

cHaMpION RED pOLL

cHaMpION SHORTHORN pLUS

cHaMpION SIMMENTaL

Shown by: Adam Miller

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

Shown by: Meghan Reed

RESERVE RED pOLL

RESERVE SHORTHORN pLUS

Shown by: Kendra Nunan

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

RESERVE SIMMENTaL

Shown by: Cole Clanton

Shown by: Landon Siek

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cHaMpION aNGUS

cHaMpION cHaROLaIS

cHaMpION cHIaNGUS

Shown by: Calli Bayer

Shown by: Andrew Hodges

Shown by: Sydney Wisneski

RESERVE aNGUS

RESERVE cHaROLaIS

Shown by: Lucas Nord

Shown by: Jessica Janssen

RESERVE cHIaNGUS

cHaMpION cHIaNINa

cHaMpION HEREFORD

Shown by: Leslie Rogers

Shown by: Cassidy Hanson

RESERVE cHIaNINa

RESERVE HEREFORD

Shown by: Bailey Core

Shown by: Garrett Post

Shown by: Hunter Hamilton

cHaMpION MaINETaINER Shown by: Brandon Hagie

RESERVE MaINETaINER Shown by: Lillie Skiles


MaRKET STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET STEER Shown by: Brennen Meert

RESERVE GRAND MARKET STEER Shown by: Alex Alliger

FEEDER caLVES

RESERVE GRAND FEEDER HEIFER Shown by: Jeff Miller Show Cattle

GRAND CHAMPION FEEDER HEIFER Shown by: Jason Bihl

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FEEDER caLVES

GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF STEERS Shown by: Cooksey Farms & Show Cattle

RESERVE GRAND PEN OF STEERS

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Bill Work Cattle

GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF HEIFERS Shown by: Jeff Miller Show Cattle

RESERVE GRAND PEN OF HEIFERS Shown by: Jeff Miller Show Cattle


OpEN FEMaLES

cHaMpION aNGUS FEMaLE

RESERVE aNGUS FEMaLE

Shown by: Austin Nowatzke

Shown by: Austin Nowatzke

cHaMpION cHaROLaIS FEMaLE

RESERVE cHaROLaIS FEMaLE

Shown by: Andrew Hodges

Shown by: Michaela Blanding

cHaMpION SaLERS

RESERVE SaLERS

Shown by: That Cattle Co. & Ken Crawford

Shown by: Trueblood, Scott & T Cattle Co.

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cHaMpION cHIaNGUS FEMaLE

RESERVE cHIaNGUS FEMaLE

Shown by: Haley Haverback

Shown by: Dutenhoffer Ranch, Evan Dutenhoffer

cHaMpION cHIaNINa FEMaLE

RESERVE cHIaNINa FEMaLE

Shown by: Leslie Rogers

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

cHaMpION GELBVIEH

RESERVE GELBVIEH

Shown by: Allie Raab

Shown by: Emily Griffiths


OpEN FEMaLES

cHaMpION HEREFORD

RESERVE HEREFORD

Shown by: Garrett Post

Shown by: Devin Hay

cHaMpION LIMOUSIN

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

Shown by: Shelby Hennessy

Shown by: Mark Blake

cHaMpION MaINE-aNJOU

RESERVE MaINE-aNJOU

Shown by: Allison Manchester

Shown by: Emma Vickland

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OpEN FEMaLES

cHaMpION MaINETaINER

RESERVE MaINETaINER

Shown by: Kelsey Delaplaine, Heart Felt Farms

Shown by: Colby Manning

cHaMpION RED aNGUS

RESERVE RED aNGUS

Shown by: Summit Farms

Shown by: Solution Genetics

cHaMpION RED pOLL

RESERVE RED pOLL

Shown by: Jacob & Carly Shuter

Shown by: Adam Miller


cHaMpION SaNTa GERTRUDIS

RESERVE SaNTa GERTRUDIS

Shown by: Gracey Pitchford

Shown by: 5-E Ranch

cHaMpION SHORTHORN

RESERVE SHORTHORN

Shown by: Nick Sullivan

Shown by: Cyclone Trace Cattle Co.

cHaMpION SHORTHORN pLUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN pLUS

Shown by: Chloe Martin

Shown by: Kane Aegerter

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cHaMpION SIM-aNGUS

RESERVE SIM-aNGUS

Shown by: Alexis Ostrom

Shown by: Circle M Farms

cHaMpION SIMMENTaL

RESERVE SIMMENTaL

Shown by: Trey Jass

Shown by: Meghan Reed

cHaMpION BaLaNcER

RESERVE BaLaNcER

Shown by: Justin Teeter

Shown by: LeDoux Ranch


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AMERICAN ROYAL

kansas city, MO | OctOBER 22 - nOVEMBER 2, 2014

JuniOR hEiFERs

SUPREME CHAMPION HEIFER Shown by: Kennedy Core - Simmental %

REsERVE siMMEntal %

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Taylor Goering

chaMpiOn aOB/cOMMERcial

chaMpiOn liMOusin

Shown by: Calli Ann West

Shown by: Carlee Clark

Shown by: Cody Heavin

REsERVE angus

REsERVE aOB/cOMMERcial

REsERVE liMOusin

Shown by: Montana Winther

Shown by: Kane Aegerter

chaMpiOn angus

Shown by: Cody Heavin


chaMpiOn chaROlais

chaMpiOn hEREFORd

chaMpiOn siMMEntal

Shown by: Lindsey Behrends

Shown by: Rylee Barber

Shown by: Morgan M Phillips

REsERVE chaROlais

REsERVE hEREFORd

REsERVE siMMEntal

Shown by: Shayne Myers

Shown by: Chezney Early

chaMpiOn MainEtainER

chaMpiOn MainE-anJOu

chaMpiOn shORthORn

Shown by: Lillie Skiles

Shown by: Allison Manchester

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

REsERVE MainEtainER

REsERVE MainE-anJOu

REsERVE shORthORn

Shown by: Ben Weis

Shown by: Jennifer Bedwell

Shown by: Charley R Johnson

Shown by: Maddy Udell

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OpEn shOw

chaMpiOn angus

chaMpiOn chaROlais

chaMpiOn gElBViEh

Shown by: Austin Nowatzke

Shown by: Charley R Johnson

Shown by: Dromgooles Heaven

REsERVE angus

REsERVE chaROlais

REsERVE gElBViEh

Shown by: Audrey Field

Shown by: Sydney Taubenheim

chaMpiOn BalancER

chaMpiOn hEREFORd

chaMpiOn liMOusin

Shown by: Volek Ranch

Shown by: Rylee Barber

Shown by: Cody Heavin

REsERVE BalancER

REsERVE hEREFORd

REsERVE liMOusin

Shown by: Cassidy Hanson

Shown by: Deb Vorthmann, Vorthmann Limousin

Shown by: Calli Ann West

Shown by: JW Ledoux

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AMERICAN ROYAL

OpEn shOw

chaMpiOn MainE-anJOu

chaMpiOn MainEtainER

chaMpiOn Mini hEREFORd

Shown by: Ben Weis

Shown by: James Gradert

Shown by: Drew McCullough

REsERVE MainE-anJOu

REsERVE MainEtainER

REsERVE Mini hEREFORd

Shown by: Janel Gilbert

Shown by: Drew McCullough

chaMpiOn salERs

chaMpiOn shORthORn

chaMpiOn siMMEntal

Shown by: GG&T Cattle Company

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

Shown by: Chesney Effling

REsERVE salERs

REsERVE shORthORn

REsERVE siMMEntal

Shown by: Jennifer Bedwell

Shown by: Owen Brothers Cattle Company

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Halley Becking

Shown by: Jase Beltz


tEaM Fitting

chaMpiOn siMMEntal % Shown by: Taylor Goering

REsERVE siMMEntal % Shown by: Elizabeth Hodges

OVERall chaMpiOn tEaM & FiRst placE sEniOR Congratulations to Hadley Schotte, Taylor Ohlde, and Tayler Gall

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H

ave you ever considered: “If dad died today, what would happen to the family farm (or ranch)?” Not only does Jolene Brown ask families that question, she’s counseled families who deal with that very real scenario. Iowa-based Brown lives and works on a farm with her husband Keith, but she’s also a champion for agriculture through her roles as an author, professional speaker, and family business consultant. Brown says she’s on a mission to share best practices for families to help successfully transition their farms and ranches to the next generation. Another question Brown likes to ask is this: Have you ever been bit by an elephant? The answer is always no. But, then she asks, “How about a mosquito?” To which she makes the point, “It’s the little things that get us, and soon we are fighting on the way to the funeral home.” As an advocate for family members to create a succession plan for the future of their business, Brown promotes a business-first mindset and says, “That does not mean the family is less important. Instead, it suggests that members honor the family so much that they are willing to take care of business.” Along with that, she emphasizes, “Just because you were born together doesn’t mean you should work together. Acceptance in a family is unconditional. Acceptance in a business is conditional and not a birthright.” Before family members come back to the farm or ranch, Brown advises that they should work for someone else for 2 to 3 years. She points out that this gives them a multitude of perspective from taking orders from a boss and learning to show up on time, to realizing they can be fired. If the business owners and leaders do agree that additional family members (the next generation) can and should be incorporated into the business from a financial perspective, Brown says several aspects should be considered.

She explains that in order for a business to be successful, the focus cannot be on “hiring family members.” Instead the focus must be on “hiring worthy employees.” If a family member has the right training, experience, personality and character, brings the needed skills and understands the finances, they may be the right fit. But do not discount the in-laws who are active in the business. Brown says they just might be the best qualified and have the outside perspective you need. For more about Brown and the advice she shares, visit www.JoleneBrown.com. She offers a book entitled, Sometimes You Need More Than a 2x4 with “how-to-tips” and real-life experiences of working with families in business.

• • •

More Advice For the younger generation who is interested in returning to the family operation, Brown emphasizes that they must do their part – get an education that is relevant to the industry, gain experience through full-time employment for two or three years away from the family operation, and have a fire in their belly for the job. As well, she says, be kind, courteous and respectful, and work to exceed expectations to add value to the family business. Then, Brown says if the senior generation truly intends for the business to continue, the result will be an intentional and gradual movement through the ranks of laborer, manager, leader and next owner. However, through this process Brown has two pieces of advice:

Questions to Ask What skills does the individual who wants to come back to the farm or ranch bring to the business? Are they a great mechanic, herdsman, etc – and does the business need those attributes? What does it cost the business to hire an additional person? Will they receive health insurance or other fringe benefits – what are they going to cost the business, and does that cost equal their worth? Does the person who wants to join the business still live at home? Does Mom still do the potential employee’s laundry? If so, say no to employment until they live under their own roof, Brown advises. Brown says each of these questions are important to consider. She clarifies, “the business must look at hiring a worthy employee – not just a son or daughter. Hire employees wisely, because it’s hard to fire them in a family business.” She is also adamant about one thing: “Parents do not owe their kids a business.” Rather, Brown says, “decide what is needed to lead and continue the business before deciding who will fill that role.”

Four THings

While Jolene Brown believes acceptance in a family business is not a birthright, she does believe acceptance in a family is unconditional. And, she says parents owe their children four key things: First, morals and values, and an understanding of what is right and wrong. Second, an opportunity for an education. Brown emphasizes, “I did not say parents had to completely pay for it!” Third, develop and discuss plans for the transition of management, leadership and ownership. This includes a legal estate plan and a buy-sell agreement. Brown explains, “if the assets of your estate affect the continuation of the business or those currently working in the business, you must let the ‘rules of the game’ be known. Your kids don’t have to like them, but they deserve to know them.” Fourth, a listing of details beyond the will. Brown admits these can be tough questions to prepare for, but she believes kids deserve to know things like what you want done with your body upon death, where important documents are located, passwords to accounts, key advisors, etc.

•• • •

1. Hope is not a good business strategy. 2. If it’s not in writing, it doesn’t exist. Lastly, to the senior generation, Brown says, “Be a mentor and a wise master. The number one job of a leader in a legacy business is to replace yourself.”

Generation Next

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amerIcaN roYal lIvestocK jUdGING resUlts seNIor colleGe

jUNIor colleGe

1st place team overall: oKlaHoma state UNIversItY

1st place team overall: BlINN colleGe

Jake Bloomberg, Ashley Judge, Austin Kindschi, Gary Agar, Mari Palacio, Blake Boyd, Nolan Hildebrand, Cody Johnson, Taylor Langford, Kurt Parsons, Amanda Tresslar, Kelly Vierck 2ND: TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY 3RD: COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY 4TH: KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY 5TH: TEXAS A&M

Quest Newberry, Brody Halfmann, Chama Martin, Payton Warmke, Brantley Bordovsky, Coach Brice Mund, Blayze Bierschwale, Drew Gonzales, Brooke Young, Wayne Morse, Assistant Coach Sarah Weiss 2ND: HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3RD: LAKE LAND COLLEGE 4TH: BLACK HAWK COLLEGE EAST CAMPUS 5TH: LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

top 10 INdIvIdUals overall

top 10 INdIvIdUals overall

1. TAYLOR FRANK, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY 2. Jake Bloomberg, Oklahoma State University 3. Brady Jensen, Kansas State University 4. Ashley Judge, Oklahoma State University 5. Clay Carlson, Colorado State University 6. Lindsay Upperman, Kansas State University 7. Kyle Ruth, Iowa State University 8. Nick Fitzsimmons, Texas Tech University 9. Breanna Lawyer, Purdue University 10. Jake Sloan, Western Illinois University

1. RILEY LAFRENTZ, HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2. Jackson Johnson, Lincoln Land Community College 3. Dylan Sigrist, Lake Land College 4. Coffman Liggett, Hutchinson Community College 5. Zane Webster, Connors State 6. Maggie Neer, Black Hawk College Campus East 7. Payton Warmke, Blinn College 8. Luke Fuerniss, Casper College 9. John Young, Illinois Central College 10. Quest Newberry, Blinn College

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THE SHOW CIRCUIT

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NaIle lIvestocK jUdGING resUlts seNIor colleGe

1st place team overall: pUrdUe UNIversItY Josh Streitmatter, Breanna Lawer, Isaak Mersch, Callie Edie, Logan Rinehold, Brennen North, Alex Hegg, Mark Degolyer, Charlie Huelsenbeck, Coach Matt Claeys 2ND: OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY 3RD: COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY 4TH: WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 5TH: TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY

jUNIor colleGe 1st place team overall: lINcolN laNd commUNItY colleGe Rob Johnson, Dalton Heavner, Jackson Johnson, Adam Heffelfinger, Amy Loschen 2ND: BLINN COLLEGE 3RD: HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 4TH: REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 5TH: BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

top 10 INdIvIdUals overall 1. QUEST NEWBERRY, BLINN COLLEGE 2. Coffman Liggett, Hutchinson Community College 3. Riley Lafrentz, Hutchinson Community College 4. Kate Shaffer, Redlands Community College 5. Jackson Johnson, Lincoln Land Community College 6. Tim Hubbard, Redlands Community College 7. Brody Halfmann, Blinn College 8. Callie Akins Butler, Community College 9. Dalton Heavner, Lincoln Land Community 10. Cooper Bounds, Butler Community College

top 10 INdIvIdUals overall 1. ASHLEY JUDGE, OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY 2. D.J. Etzler, Colorado State University 3. Will Coor, Western Illinois University 4. Gary Agar, Oklahoma State University 5. Taylor Frank, Texas Tech University 6. Courtney Tarvin, The Ohio State University 7. Bobby Strecker, Colorado State University 8. Andrew Sloan, Western Illinois University 9. Tyler Gwosdz, Texas A&M - Kingsville 10. Callie Edie, Purdue University

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OVERALL SHOWMANSHIP POINTS Rank Last Name First Pts. 1 Hilburn Kyleigh 174 2 Courtney Madison 171 3 Myers Chance 169 4 Edens Caleb 141 5 Myers Hudson 142 6 Turner Coltin 128 7 Courtney Brock 118 8 Kemp Bridget 114 9 Langford Cash 108 10 Kemp Brooke 107 SHOWMANSHIP POINTS BY DIST. Div. Last Name First Pts. Jr Courtney Madison 171 Jr Myers Hudson 142 Jr Edens Caleb 141 Jr Turner Coltin 128 Jr Langford Cash 108 Jr Kemp Brooke 107 Jr Rhodes Kya 77 Jr Gramblin Dalton 43 Jr Hutchison Newt 36 Jr Sager Gavin 22 Int Int Int Int Int Int Int Int Int Int

Hilburn Courtney Kemp Berlowitz McNaught Hayes Hicks Grossnicklaus Perryman Ray

Kyleigh Brock Bridget Braelyn Kimber Blakelee Jordyn Clay Jake Jackson

174 118 114 70 62 50 44 40 39 38

Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Myers Guthrie Prough Storey Jahn Evans Armitage Gibson Holland Ford

Chance Will Jace Jordan Cale Ashton Hannah Brooke John Jace

169 81 74 60 42 24 22 11 11 4

HEIFER POINTS BY DIVISION Breed Last Name First Dist. AOB Hutchinson Newt NW AOB Jessup Alliston SW

Pts. 100 40

Americ Americ Americ Americ

80 76 72 40

Mitchell Jones Storey Leu

Andrea Jacob Jordan Cory

SE C SE C

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Limousin Limousin Limousin

Americ Leu

Jason

Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus

Chance Erin Cooper Hudson Jackson Adyson Sydney Charley Brock Abby

C NE NE C SE C NW NW NE C

226 220 214 156 135 96 86 77 73 50

Charley Brock Caitlin Hagan Ashton

NW NE SW NW SW

190 106 40 20 12

Myers Barnes Thompson Myers Ray Blakey Johnson Johnson Courtney Emberson

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

Johnson Courtney Stehr Sprouse Cockrell

Char-Comp Char-Comp Char-Comp Char-Comp Char-Comp Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina

C

26

Head Chrz Purcell Hilburn Evans

Kyson NW Will NW Nicholas NE Kyleigh SE Ashton SE

84 70 50 42 20

Hicks Courtney Baker Perrier Emberson Purcell Hartin Head Senkel Wessels

Jayci SW Madison NE Aaron NW Hunter NE Abby C Nicholas NE Kaden SE Kyson NW Shaylee SE Brooke NW

166 105 86 78 77 74 63 56 55 52

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Johnson Bilderback Kemp Kemp Berlowitz Courtney Rhodes Langford Hayes Hancock

Sydney Lauren Brooke Bridget Blaze Madison Kya Cash Clayton Wyatt

NW 204 SW 189 NE 137 NE 119 C 110 NE 109 SE 101 NE 65 SE 88 NE 69

Limousin Limousin Limousin

White Jahn White

Richard NE 181 Spencer SW 62 Shelby NE 48

Holland Gramblin Holland

John Dalton Emma

NE 40 NE 28 NE 15

Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou

Senkel Evans McGowan Ford Chapman Hartin Turner Fuller Hoover Oyster

Shaylee SE 133 Ashton SE 65 Sydney C 42 Jakob NW 36 Victoria C 30 Kaden SE 38 Coltin NE 23 MakaylaC 21 Paige NE 20 Logan C 20

Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer Maintainer

Dobbs Ward Hayes Williams Hilburn Blakley Courtney Shepherd Hancock Lott

Sydney Trinity Blaklee Drake Kyleigh Larahmy Brock Cheridan Wyatt Carson

NE 179 NE 104 SE 104 NW 86 SE 66 NE 64 NE 50 C 46 NE 30 NE 30

Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus Red Angus

Guthrie Hutchison Bilderback Hutchison

Will Brock Jason Newt

NW NW SW NW

155 151 68 42

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

McGowan Christian Thomas Dallan Blankinship Brittany McNaught Kimber Anderson Dayla Krebs Brant Stehr Caitlyn Sprouse Hagen White Cooper

SE NW NW NW NW SE SW NW NW

324 92 72 66 56 46 30 28 26

C NW SE SE SW SW NE NW SE SE

161 160 64 60 52 46 30 26 16 14

C C SW C SW

228 88 40 30 26

ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Baker McNaught Evans Krebs Clark Stehr Hancock Blankinship Jones Austin

Kara Kimber Ashton Chace Halie Cammie Wyatt Lane Colby Tydon

Berlowitz Braelyn Armitage Sarah Robertson Kody Armitage Hannah Stehr Caitlin


Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Hicks Jordyn Stehr Cammie Grossnicklas Clay Horton Tyler Vernon Austin

SW SW SW SE SE

20 16 16 12 10

%Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm %Simm

Goodson Gatlin Grossnicklaus Clay Shepherd Charley Armitage Hannah Hicks Jordyn Martin Roni Jo Thompson Raylyn Vernon Trevor Stehr Caitlin Blakey Avary

NW SW C C SW SE NE NW SW C

146 86 56 56 50 56 36 16 16 10

Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial

Goodson Head Stinnett Senkel Purcell Kemp Turner Jahn Fuller Brown

NW NW C SE NE NE NE SW C C

196 101 81 80 65 57 55 50 42 40

Gatlin Kyson Madison Shaylee Nicholas Bridget Coltin Cale Makayla Ashton

STEER POINTS BY DIVISION Breed Last Name First Dist. AOB Shebester Cooper SW AOB Grossnicklaus Clay SW AOB Freeman Zell SW AOB Davis Haven NW Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus Angus

Shebester Church Bilderback Glover Blakley Creason Gruenwald Ford Baker Stanley

Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais Charolais

Klaassen Forgy Evans Bilderback Glover Jones White

Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina

Goodson Perryman Brown Hudgins

Cooper SW Caden SW Lauren SW Tommy SW Larahmy NE Adam NW Kasey NW Jace SE Aaron NW Kylee SW Ryder Brett Ashton Lauren Tommy Colby Ryle

Pts. 106 70 40 26 120 50 42 40 30 12 12 10 10 10

SW 82 SE 73 SE 70 SW 36 SW 30 SE 26 NW 12

Gatlin NW Jake Paul NE Ashton C Madison NE

200 146 60 50

Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina Chianina

Martin Wyatt NW Testerman Mylah SW Elliott Aaron SE Creason Elese NW Knapp Jessalene SE Hudgins Charlie NE

40 36 15 12 11 10

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Kemp Brooke NE Langford Cash NE Shebester Konner SW Testerman Mylah SW Bilderback Lauren SW Hicks Jayci SW Klaassen Raegan SW Dixon Hatlie C Dimmitt Madeline NW Gibson Brooke NE

84 80 80 60 52 46 30 30 20 16

Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin Limousin

Goodson Gatlin Glover Tommy Testerman Hadie Imke Kaylee Jones Colby Creason Elese Edens Caleb Sprouse Hagan Stehr Cammie Clark Halie

160 140 88 66 60 56 52 50 50 40

Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou Maine-Anjou

Bilderback Lauren SW Elliott Aaron SE Testerman Mylah SW Goodson Gatlin NW Hilburn Kyleigh SE Brown Ashton C Imke Kaylee NW Starks Macy NW Edens Caleb NW Knapp Jessalene SE

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

Langford Forgy Davis Sager Klaassen Bilderback Bilderback Glover Stehr

Cash Brett Haven Gavin Raegan Lauren Jason Tommy Caitlin

NW SW SW NW SE NW NW NW SW SW

160 80 80 80 70 60 52 46 44 36

NE 90 SE 79 NW 46 NW 36 SW 30 SW 25 SW 20 SW 20 SW 18

Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental Simmental

Brown Ashton Chrz Will Hicks Jordyn Thompson Raylyn Martin Roni Jo Gibson Brooke Fuss Austyn Elliott Aaron Cato Kolby Klaassen Raegan

Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross Cross

Chaplin Bonham Hudgins Perryman Creason Bilderback Baker Hicks Dimmitt Kemp

C 196 NW 96 SW 86 NE 70 SE 64 NE 60 NE 58 SE 50 SE 40 SW 30

Grady SW 192 Baylor C 178 Madison NE 146 Jake PaulNE 64 Adam NW 50 Lauren SW 44 Kory SW 32 Jayci SW 30 Julia NW 20 Bridget NE 20

OVERALL TOP HEIFER EXHIBITORS Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 McGowan Christian SE 344 2 Goodson Gatlin NW 342 3 Johnson Sydney NW 290 4 Senkel Shaylee SE 268 5 Johnson Charley NW 267 6 Courtney Brock C 262 7 Berlowitz Braelyn C 228 8 Myers Chance C 226 9 McNaught Kimber NW 226 10 Barnes Erin NE 220 TOP NOVICE HEIFER EXHIBITORS Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 Johnson Charley NW 267 2 Johnson Sydney NW 290 TOP HEIFER EXHIBITORS BY REG. Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 Baker Kara C 161 2 Emberson Abby C 157 3 Myers Hudson C 156 4 Berlowitz Blaze C 120 5 Armitage Sarah C 114 6 Armitage Hannah C 102 7 Blakey Adyson C 96 8 Fuller MaKayla C 88 9 Stinnett Madison C 81 10 Jones Jacob C 76 1 2 3 4

Courtney White Dobbs Kemp

Madison Richard Sydney Bridget

NE NE NE NE

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5 6 7 8 9 10

Kemp Hancock Turner Ward Perrier Thompson

Brooke Wyatt Coltin Trinity Hunter Raylyn

NE NE NE NE NE NE

137 129 124 104 78 76

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Guthrie Hutchison Hutchison Baker Thomas Chrz Williams Ford Blankinship Anderson

Will Brock Newt Aaron Dallan Will Drake Jakob Brittany Dayla

NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW Nw NW

155 151 142 106 92 90 86 76 72 56

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Hayes Evans Ray Rhodes Hartin Hayes Mitchell Storey Krebs Martin

Blaklee Ashton Jackson Kya Kaden Clayton Andrea Jordan Chance Roni Jo

SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE

167 149 148 134 101 88 80 72 60 56

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Bilderback Hicks Stehr Jahn Grossnicklaus Prough Stehr Hicks

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

189 166 112 96 86 82 82 70

Lauren Jayci Caitlin Cale Clay Jace Cammie Jordyn

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9 10

Bilderback Jahn

Jason Spencer

SW SW

68 62

OVERALL TOP STEER EXHIBITORS Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 Goodson Gatlin NW 440 2 Bilderback Lauren SW 359 3 Brown Ashton C 316 4 Glover Tommy SW 260 5 Perryman Jake Paul NE 258 6 Shebster Cooper SW 226 7 Chaplin Grady SW 192 8 Forgy Brett SE 182 9 Bonham Baylor C 178 10 Testerman Mylah SW 176 TOP NOvICE STEER EXHIBITORS Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 Langford Cash NE 170 2 Chaplin Grady SW 122 TOP STEER EXHIBITORS BY REGION Place Last Name First Name District Pts. 1 Dixon Hatlie C 30 2 McGowan Sydney C 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Hudgins Kemp Gibson Thompson Fuss Hardin Blakley Blakley Kemp Hudgins

Madison Brooke Brooke Raylyn Austyn Hannah Larahmy Reighly Bridget Charlie

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

146 104 82 70 58 46 30 26 12 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10

Imke Edens Chrz Davis Spouse Creason Thrasher Sager Starks Head Thomas

Kaylee Caleb Will Haven Haden Adam Gage Gavin Macy Kyson Darrell

NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW

128 116 96 92 66 62 60 54 46 42 42

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Elliott Jones Evans Knapp Hilburn Martin Cato Storey Ford

Aaron Colby Ashton Jessalene Kyleigh Roni Jo Kolby Jordan Jace

SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE

145 86 76 70 70 64 46 36 11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Chaplin Klaassen Testerman Hicks Klaassen Shebester Hicks Grossnicklaus Schenk Church

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

122 90 88 86 82 80 76 70 66 50

Grady Raegan Hadie Jordyn Ryder Konner Jayci Clay Tyler Caden


MUSKINGUMCOUNTYFALLSHOW

ZANEsViLLE . Oh | NOVEMBER 1sT, 2014

OVERALL hEifERs RiNG A

overALL GrANd ChAMpIoN

Champion Crossbred | Shown by: Kinley Kreis

reServe GrANd ChAMpIoN

Reserve Crossbred | Shown by: Wood & Company Top:

3Rd OVERALL

Champion Chianina Ring A | Reserve Ring B | Shown by: Bailey Harris

4Th OVERALL

Champion Maine Ring A & B | Shown by: Caleb Potter Right:

5Th OVERALL

3rd Crossbred | Shown by: Melissa Shafer

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ZANEsViLLE . Oh | NOVEMBER 1sT, 2014

OVERALL hEifERs RiNG B

overALL GrANd ChAMpIoN

Champion Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Brandon DeFrank

reServe GrANd ChAMpIoN

Champion Mainetainer Ring B | Shown by: Kinley Kreis Top:

3Rd OVERALL

Reserve Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Wood & Company

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4Th OVERALL

Champion Angus A & B | Shown by: Davis Farms Right:

5Th OVERALL

3rd Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Tyson Woodard


Breeding heifers BREEd hEifERs

REsERVE chAMpiON chiANiNA A & B

chAMpiON hEREfORd RiNG A & B

REsERVE chAMpiON MAiNE RiNG A & B

Shown by: Hunter Harris

Shown by: Jed Anderson

chAMpiON MAiNETAiNER RiNG A

REsERVE MAiNETAiNER RiNG B

chAMpiON shORThORN RiNG A

Shown by: Taylor West

Shown by: Neil Wise

Shown by: Taylor West

REsERVE chAMpiON shORThORN RiNG A

chAMpiON shORThORN RiNG B

Shown by: Kurtis Ogilbee

Shown by: Simms Show Cattle

Shown by: Jared Warne

sTEERs

chAMpiON MAiNETAiNER RiNG A & B Shown by: Chase Snyder

REsERVE chAMpiON MARkET hEifER RiNG B Shown by: Mandy Lacy

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MUSKINGUMCOUNTYFALLSHOW

ZANEsViLLE . Oh | NOVEMBER 1sT, 2014

OVERALL sTEERs RiNG A

overALL GrANd ChAMpIoN

Champion Crossbred Ring A | Shown by: Melissa Shafer

reServe GrANd ChAMpIoN

Reserve Crossbred Ring A | Shown by: Noah Thomas Top:

3Rd OVERALL

Champion Market Heifer Ring A | Shown by: Kinley Kreis

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4Th OVERALL

Champion Chianina Ring A & B | Shown by: Noah Cox Right:

5Th OVERALL

3rd Crossbred Ring A | Shown by: Melissa Shafer


OVERALL sTEERs RiNG B

overALL GrANd ChAMpIoN

Champion Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Lauren Sproul

reServe GrANd ChAMpIoN

Reserve Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Baily Harris Top:

3Rd OVERALL

3rd Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Delaney Carter Tittle Left:

4Th OVERALL

Champion Market Heifer Ring B | Shown by: Kinley Kreis Right:

5Th OVERALL

4th Crossbred Ring B | Shown by: Marcus Hursey

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COWPALACE

san franCIsCo . Ca | oCtober 17th - 25th

HEIFERS

grand ChampiOn JuniOr heifer Champion Angus | Shown by: Stevie Guess

reserve ChampiOn Overall Jr heifer

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Champion AOB | Shown by: Macy Perry

RESERvE CHAMPION juNIOR ANguS

RESERvE CHAMPION juNIOR AOb

Shown by: Macy Perry

Shown by: Kolby Steidlmeyer

RESERvE CHAMPION juNIOR HEREFORd

CHAMPION juNIOR CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Kathryn Coleman

Shown by: Madison Andrade

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CHAMPION juNIOR HEREFORd Shown by: Julia Dayton

RESERvE CHAMPION juNIOR CHAROLAIS Shown by: Erica Bianchi


grand ChampiOn market ClassiC Shown by: Emily Nunez

reserve ChampiOn market ClassiC Shown by: Remington Hewitt

CHAMPION juNIOR SHORtHORN

RESERvE CHAMPION juNIOR SHORtHORN

Shown by: Aaron Kerlee

Shown by: Lauren Mertz

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COWPALACE

san franCIsCo . Ca | oCtober 17th - 25th

StEERS

ChampiOn Overall JuniOr steer Champion Market | Shown by: Blake Bartels

res. ChampiOn Overall JuniOr steer

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Champion Prospect | Shown by: Will Ward

CHAMPION PROgRESS StEER

RESERvE CHAMPION PROgRESS StEER

RESERvE CHAMPION MARkEt StEER

Shown by: Allison Lusk

Shown by: Mattie Mullion

Shown by: Ashtin Bechtold

RESERvE CHAMPION PROSPECt StEER Shown by: Collin McKenzie

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STATE FAIR OF LOUISIANA

LoUisiana STATE Fair

SHREVEPORT, LA | OCTOBER 21-NOVEMBER 9, 2014

Grand champion market steer Shown by: Brady Fontenot

reserVe Grand market steer

Grand champion prospect steer Shown by: Camryn Castrogovannie

reserVe Grand prospect steer Shown by: Maggy Fruge

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Kade Fontenot


LoUisiana STATE Fair

RESERVE GRAND MARKET HOG GRAND CHAMPION MARKET HOG

Shown by: Logan Hebert

Shown by: Katie Reinhart

RESERVE GRAND MARKET LAMB

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Makayla Conner

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Shown by: Mackenzie Castro

RESERVE GRAND MARKET GOAT GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Shown by: Kade Dureal

Shown by: Jana Boudreaux


BATTLE of the CATTLE

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Outstanding Youth Leadership Award

Outstanding Youth Leadership Award

Amazing Inaugural Year for Battle of the Cattle

Kate Kibby San Angelo

CHRiS baRtON

Glen Rose

The Mover & Shaker Scholarship Awards

Sponsored by Pursch Motors Buick GMC | Recognizing Hard Work, Dedication & Ambition

tOP ROW LeFt tO RiGHt:

Hadley Baker $1,000 | Christian Gutierrez $500 | Jason Gerlich $500 | Madi McCauley $250

at LeFt:

Elton Matthews $1,000 | Bayli Williams $250 | Key Lutrick $500

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BATTLE OF THE CATTLE

GLEN ROSE, TX | OCTOBER 25-26, 2014

STEERS

GrAnd ChAmpion sTEEr Shown by: Myka Blissard

rEsErVE GrAnd sTEEr

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Shown by: Colton Shackelford

3RD OVERALL STEER Shown by: Myka Blissard

STEER WINNERS NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION ABC Shown by: Cavin Stockman

RESERVE ABC Shown by: Jason Gerlich

CHAMPION SHORTHORN Shown by: Caeley Cody

RESERVE SHORTHORN Shown by: Madison Homes

CHAMPION BRANGUS Shown by: Noah Stockman

RESERVE HEREFORD Shown by: Aniston Patschke

RESERVE BLACKS Shown by: Kennedy McFarland

RESERVE SMOKY Shown by: Madi McCauley

RESERVE COLORED Shown by: Jaylee Grandy


CHAMPION BRAHMAN

CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

Shown by: Logan Sheffield

Shown by: Hadley Baker

Shown by: Julia Pavelka

RESERVE BRAHMAN

RESERVE ANGUS

CHAMPION BLACKS

Shown by: Jason Gerlich

Shown by: Kendehl Nix

Shown by: Myka Blissard

CHAMPION SIMBRAH/GERT

CHAMPION SMOKY

CHAMPION COLORED

Shown by: Hadley Baker

Shown by: Myka Blissard

Shown by: Colton Shackelford

RESERVE SIMBRAH/GERT Shown by: Emily Desormeaux

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BATTLE OF THE CATTLE

GLEN ROSE, TX | OCTOBER 25-26, 2014

HEIFERS

GrAnd ChAmpion hEiFEr Shown by: Aubree Blissard

rEsErVE GrAnd hEiFEr

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Myka Blissard

3RD OVERALL HEIFER Shown by: Aubree Blissard

CHAMPION BRAHMAN Shown by: Logan Sheffield

CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS

RESERVE SANTA GERTRUDIS

CHAMPION OARB

Shown by: Landry Stem

Shown by: Madisyn Douglas

Shown by: Madison Brown


CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

Shown by: Coleman Morrison

Shown by: Aubree Blissard

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

Shown by: Will Sanders

Shown by: Emma Atchley

CHAMPION CHIANINA

CHAMPION ORB

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Alex Hargrove

Shown by: Myka Blissard

Shown by: Aubree Blissard

HEIFER WINNERS NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION SHORTHORN Shown by: Myka Blissard

RESERVE SIMMENTAL Shown by: Kylee Harrison

RESERVE ORB Shown by: Caeley Cody

CHAMPION MAINE ANJOU Shown by: Barrett Howe

RESERVE CHIANINA Shown by: Harley Rogers

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BATTLE OF THE CATTLE

SAN ANGELO, TX | NOvEmbER 8-9, 2014

STEERS

GrAnd ChAmpion sTEEr Shown by: Caroline Brennan

rEsErVE GrAnd sTEEr Shown by: Jagger Horn

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3RD OvERALL STEER Shown by: Kelly Ann Deaton

CHAmPION SHORTHORN Shown by: Kacy Bland

CHAmPION SImbRAH/GERT Shown by: Key Lutrick

CHAmPION ANGUS

RESERvE ANGUS

CHAmPION bRAHmAN

Shown by: Gracie Moore

Shown by: Allie Kalina

Shown by: Steele Kenney


CHAmPION bRANGUS

CHAmPION bLACKS

CHAmPION AbC

Shown by: Collin Welper

Shown by: Kelly Ann Deaton

Shown by: Collin Welper

RESERvE bRANGUS

RESERvE bLACKS

RESERvE AbC

Shown by: Klaire Deaton

Shown by: Cutter Chambers

Shown by: Charles Childress

CHAmPION COLORED

CHAmPION HEREfORD

CHAmPION SmOKY

Shown by: Caroline Brennan

Shown by: Aven Horn

Shown by: Jagger Horn

RESERvE COLORED

RESERvE HEREfORD

RESERvE SmOKY

Shown by: Kacy Bland

Shown by: Collin Welper

Shown by: Nash Willingham

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BATTLE OF THE CATTLE

SAN ANGELO, TX | NOvEmbER 8-9, 2014

HEIfERS

GrAnd ChAmpion hEiFEr Shown by: Aubree Blissard

rEsErVE GrAnd hEiFEr

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

3RD OvERALL HEIfER Shown by: Aubree Blissard

CHAmPION CHAROLAIS Shown by: Aubree Blissard

CHAmPION SANTA GERTRUDIS Shown by: Caden Douglas

CHAmPION ANGUS

RESERvE ANGUS

CHAmPION mAINE-ANJOU

Shown by: Brandon Barkley

Shown by: Emma Travland

Shown by: Barrett Howe


CHAmPION CHIANINA

CHAmPION SImmENTAL

CHAmPION ORb

Shown by: Key Lutrick

Shown by: Aubree Blissard

Shown by: Myka Blissard

RESERvE CHIANINA

RESERvE SImmENTAL

RESERvE ORb

Shown by: Harley Rogers

Shown by: Nash Willingham

Shown by: Sydney Jenkins

CHAmPION SHORTHORN

CHAmPION HEREfORD

CHAmPION RED ANGUS

Shown by: Myka Blissard

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

RESERvE SHORTHORN

RESERvE HEREfORD

RESERvE RED ANGUS

Shown by: Mackenlee Evans

Shown by: Bryce McCutchen

Shown by: Brennan Gibbs

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GeorGia national fair

PERRY . GA | OCTOBER 2-12

JUNIOR HEIFER SHOW

GraND CHaMPioN Heifer Shown by: Mariah Lynn

reSerVe CHaMPioN Heifer

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Shown by: Katie Fife

3RD OVERALL HEIFER Shown by: Andy Chastain

5TH OVERALL HEIFER Shown by: Dylan Chastain

4TH OVERALL HEIFER Shown by: Brett Dyer


CHAMPION ANGUS Shown by: Brett Dyer

RESERVE ANGUS Shown by: Bella Chandler

CHAMPION BRAHMAN INFLUENCE Shown by: Austin Hill

RESERVE BRAHMAN INFLUENCE Shown by: Molly Wright

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Shown by: Sarah Cantrell

RESERVE CHAROLAIS Shown by: Madison Abbs

CHAMPION CHI INFLUENCE Shown by: Payton Jackson

RESERVE CHI INFLUENCE Shown by: Jay Glass

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL Shown by: Katie Fife

RESERVE COMMERCIAL Shown by: Allie Duck

CHAMPION HEREFORD Shown by: Andy Chastain

RESERVE HEREFORD Shown by: Lowry Hunt


GeorGia national fair s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION MAINE

CHAMPION AOB

Shown by: Gayla Sizemore

Shown by: Mariah Lynn

Shown by: Lori Edwards

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MAINE

Shown by: Will Frost

Shown by: Landon Herring

RESERVE AOB

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Justin Turner

Shown by: Tom Morgan

Shown by: Drew Brooksher

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

Shown by: Gabe Claxton

Shown by: Hannah Barrett

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

CHAMPION % SIMMENTAL

RESERVE % SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Dylan Chastain

Shown by: Makayla Holmes

Shown by: Hanna Panter

Shown by: Morgan McDaniel


JUNIOR STEER SHOW

GraND CHaMPioN STeer Shown by: Aaron Klingler

reSerVe CHaMPioN STeer Shown by: Maddie Dean

3RD OVERALL STEER Shown by: Megan Greeson

5TH OVERALL STEER Shown by: Pike Lynn

4TH OVERALL STEER Shown by: Charles Bailey

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GeorGia national fair

CHAMPION ANGUS Shown by: Merritt Daniels

RESERVE ANGUS Shown by: Kaitlyn Albritton

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Shown by: Presley Manley

RESERVE CHAROLAIS Shown by: Wyatt Chandler

CHAMPION CHI INFLUENCE Shown by: Pike Lynn

RESERVE CHI INFLUENCE Shown by: Brock Weaver

CHAMPION CROSSBRED

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Shown by: Aaron Klingler

RESERVE CROSSBRED Shown by: Charles Bailey

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN Shown by: Megan Greeson

RESERVE LIMOUSIN Shown by: Mitchell Layfield


CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Shown by: Coluer Cooper

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU Shown by: Cindy Cooper

CHAMPION AOB Shown by: Sydney Arnold

RESERVE AOB Shown by: Chris Hart

CHAMPION SHORTHORN Shown by: Maddie Dean

RESERVE SHORTHORN Shown by: Kellie Keener

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Shown by: Matthew Beville

RESERVE SIMMENTAL Shown by: Chase Spence

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minnesotabeefexpo

MINNEAPOLIS . MN | OCTOBER 16TH - 19TH 2014

PROSPECT Calf RESulTS

supreme Champion prospeCt

Champion Prospect Heifer | Shown by: Shelby Hartwig

reserve Champion prospeCt steer Champion Crossbred Steer | Shown by: Dan Eslick Top:

3Rd OvERall

Reserve Crossbred Steer | Shown by: Katelyn Hartwig

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4TH OvERALL

Champion Charolais Steer | Shown by: Tyler Trihus Right:

5Th OvERall

Champion Maine | Shown by: Mike Jones


diviSiOn RESulTS

ChamPiOn anguS

RESERvE anguS

RESERvE ChamPiOn ChaROlaiS

Shown by: Lindsey Schmoll

Shown by: Dylan Smith

Shown by: Brady Blair

ChamPiOn hEREfORd

RESERvE ChamPiOn hEREfORd

Shown by: Nick Delaney

Shown by: Halle Walsh

ChamPiOn limOuSin

RESERvE ChamPiOn limOuSin

RESERvE ChamPiOn mainE anjOu

ChamPiOn ShORThORn

Shown by: Austin Curvello

Shown by: Brooke Kelsey

Shown by: Damin Hadorn-Papke

RESERvE ChamPiOn ShORThORn

ChamPiOn ShORThORn PluS

Shown by: Lexi Wetzel

Shown by: Kaitlyn Snyder

RESERvE ChamPiOn ShORThORn PluS

ChamPiOn SimmEnTal

RESERvE ChamPiOn SimmEnTal

Shown by: McKenna Anderson

Shown by: Brodie Abney

Shown by: Jordan Hoover

Shown by: Lincoln Bryan

ChamPiOn aOB Shown by: Jens Lind

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minnesotabeefexpo

MINNEAPOLIS . MN | OCTOBER 16TH - 19TH 2014

RESERvE ChamPiOn aOB

ChamPiOn PROSPECT hEifER

Shown by: Erica Kinnard

Shown by: Shelby Hartwig

RESERvE ChamPiOn PROSPECT hEifER Shown by: Luke Bjorklund

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maRkET STEERS

Champion market beef Shown by: Tarik Goken

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reserve Champion market beef Shown by: Alexis Ostrom


BREEding hEifERS

supreme Champion female

Champion Red Angus | Shown by: Kjersta Lind

reserve supreme Champion

Champion Angus | Shown by: Jared Radcliffe Top:

3Rd OvERall

Champion Commercial | Shown by: Luke Nord Left:

4TH OvERALL

Champion Charolais Composite | Shown by: Mallory Bormann Right:

5Th OvERall

Champion Maine | Shown by: Emily Thorson

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minnesotabeefexpo

MINNEAPOLIS . MN | OCTOBER 16TH - 19TH 2014

BREEd RESulTS NOT PiCTuRED

RESERvE anguS

ChamPiOn ChaROlaiS

Shown by: Jorli Hauge

Shown by: Cassy Balvitsch

RESERvE ChaROlaiS COmPOSiTE

RESERvE ChamPiOn COmmERCial

ChamPiOn hEREfORd

Shown by: Trevor Bormann

Shown by: Spencer Baker

RESERvE ChamPiOn hEREfORd

ChamPiOn limOuSin

RESERvE ChamPiOn limOuSin

Shown by: Sara Weber

Shown by: Becky Church

Shown by: Wiley Fanta

RESERvE CHAMPION MAINE-ANjOu

RESERvE ChamPiOn REd anguS

ChamPiOn SOuTh dEvOn

Shown by: Sydney Zehnder

Shown by: Leah Giess

RESERvE ChamPiOn SOuTh dEvOn

ChamPiOn ShORThORn

Shown by: Emilee White

Shown by: Josh Bollum

RESERvE ChamPiOn ShORThORn

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Shown by: Katelyn Hartwig

Shown by: Blake Peine

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RESERvE ChamPiOn ChaROlaiS Shown by: Shade Bunker

Shown by: Riley Johnson


ChamPiOn ShORThORn PluS

RESERvE ChamPiOn ShORThORn PluS

Shown by: Maria Weber

Shown by: Brodie Abney

ChamPiOn SimmEnTal Shown by: Trinity Lindner

NOT PiCTuRED

RESERvE ChamPiOn SimmEnTal Shown by: Levi Anderson

ChamPiOn fOundaTiOn SimmEnTal

RESERvE ChamPiOn fOundaTiOn SimmEnTal

Shown by: Jared Radcliffe

Shown by: Audrey Redalen

NOT PiCTuRED

ChamPiOn aOB PuREBREd

RESERvE aOB PuREBREd

Shown by: Shelby Hartwig

Shown by: Tyler Trihus

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Missouri CLUB CALF ASSOCIATION

The Royal is now history and so is the deadline for applying to the MCCA Board. Our new board will begin meeting and planning for the 2015 show season. We are fortunate to have three advisors to the board this year. Brianne Bishop and Taylor Loges are former MCCA members and board members who have chosen to continue supporting the youth in Missouri. We’re working through the rules and regulations this winter to clarify a few items. If you’re interested in hosting a points show or if you have a suggestion, please let Taylor know and she’ll pass it on to the board for a decision. I’m sure most of you have your calves and are excited about the coming show season. Remember that banners are won in the barn; not at the show. The time you put into your calf will pay off soon. Keep rinsing, brushing and blowing on those calves and we’ll see you soon! Taylor loges Melinda BasTian loges11@live.missouristate.edu melinda.bastian@hotmail.com 660-641-4148 573-253-6104

MiSSoURi ClUB CalF aSSoCiatioN One exhibitor per form, please. One subscription to The Show Circuit magazine per MCCA household. First exhibitor in a family: $40. Each additional family member (brother/sister) may join for $35/exhibitor. Name: ____________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Name: _______________________________ Address: _______________________________________ City/State/Zip: ___________________________________________

MCCa NEWS Congratulations to our 2015 MCCa Board Members: • August Bertz • Bailey Dent • Mallory Early • Erin Greeley • Trent Kempker • Olivia Loges • Kayla Morrow

Home Phone: __________________________

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Exhibitor Cell: __________________________

This year we also have 3 adult mentors:

Parent Cell:_______________________________ Email: _________________________________________ Age: _________ Date of Birth: _________________________ Today’s Date: _________________________ Is this your first year as an MCCA member? Circle one: Yes No Total Dues: $ _________ Circle one: Cash Check Make checks payable to MCCA. Mail to: MCCA c/o Melinda Bastian 26189 Audrain Rd. 408 Mexico, MO 65265 Or turn in at an upcoming show.

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• Melinda Bastian bastiancalves@ktis.net • Brianne Bishop • Taylor Loges loges11@live.missouristate.edu


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HEART OF IT ALL

LImA, OH | NOvEmBER 29, 2014

BREEDING HEIFERS (A)

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER (A)

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Vada Vickland

3RD OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Addison Jones

5TH OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

4TH OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Cole Wilcox


BREEDING HEIFERS (B)

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Vada Vickland

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

3RD OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Clayton Main

5TH OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

4TH OvERALL BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Allie Loftis

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HEART OF IT ALL s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

BREEDING HEIFERS - RING A

CHAmPION ANGUS

CHAmPION AOB

CHAmPION HIGH % mAINE

Shown by: Rachael & Robert Rogers

Shown by: Clayton Boyert

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERvE ANGUS

RESERvE AOB

Shown by: Neil Elmore

Shown by: Presley Wiley

RESERvE HIGH % mAINE

CHAmPION mAINETAINER

CHAmPION SHORTHORN

CHAmPION SImmENTAL

Shown by: Caitlin Schaub

Shown by: Brad Johnson

Shown by: Emma Vickland

RESERvE mAINETAINER

RESERvE SHORTHORN

RESERvE SImmENTAL

Shown by: Kathy Lehman

Shown by: Clayton Boyert

Shown by: Cameron Alexander

Shown by: Kagney Collins


CHAmPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAmPION HEREFORD

CHAmPION CROSSBRED

Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

Shown by: Addison Jones

Shown by: Abbie Collins

RESERvE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERvE HEREFORD

RESERvE CROSSBRED

Shown by: Alyssa Talbert

Shown by: Allie Loftis

Shown by: Savannah Garrett

CHAmPION SImm SOLUTIONS

CHAmPION CHI

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

Shown by: Vada Vickland

RESERvE SImm SOLUTIONS

RESERvE CHI

Shown by: Cole Wilcox

Shown by: Cole Whisman

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HEART OF IT ALL s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

BREEDING HEIFERS - RING B

CHAmPION AOB

CHAmPION HEREFORD

CHAmPION HIGH % mAINE

Shown by: Jordyn Sills

Shown by: Josie Kane

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERvE AOB

RESERvE HEREFORD

Shown by: Erin Dilger-Lawrence

Shown by: Addison Jones

RESERvE HIGH % mAINE

CHAmPION mAINETAINER

CHAmPION SHORTHORN

CHAmPION SImmENTAL

Shown by: Brandee Painter

Shown by: Brad Johnson

Shown by: Emma Vickland

RESERvE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERvE SHORTHORN

RESERvE SImmENTAL

Shown by: Brooklyn Pettigrew

Shown by: Clayton Boyert

Shown by: Cameron Alexander

Shown by: Kagney Collins


CHAmPION CROSSBRED

CHAmPION ANGUS

Shown by: Allie Loftis

Shown by: Kelsee Fargo

RESERvE CROSSBRED

RESERvE ANGUS

Shown by: Demi Powers

Shown by: Rachael & Robert Rogers

CHAmPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAmPION % SImmENTAL

Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERvE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERvE % SImmENTAL

Shown by: Savannah Garrett

Shown by: Clayton Main

CHAmPION CHI Shown by: Vada Vickland

RESERvE CHI Shown by: Tyler Clark

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HEART OF IT ALL

mARKET ANImAL (A)

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL (A) Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

RESERVE GRAND MARKET ANIMAL (A)

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: AJ Line

3RD OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (A) Shown by: Samantha Morris

5TH OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (A) Shown by: Elizabeth Heintz

4TH OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (A) Shown by: Brooke Egbert


mARKET ANImAL (B)

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL (B) Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

RESERVE GRAND MARKET ANIMAL (B) Shown by: AJ Line

3RD OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (B) Shown by: Brooke Egbert

5TH OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (B) Shown by: Elizabeth Heintz

4TH OvERALL mARKET ANImAL (B) Shown by: Cole Whisman

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HEART OF IT ALL s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

mARKET ANImALS - RING A

CHAmPION AOB

CHAmPION CHIANINA

CHAmPION mARKET HEIFER

Shown by: Curtis Harsh

Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

Shown by: Sarah Hunker

RESERvE AOB

RESERvE CHIANINA

Shown by: Cam Deckling

Shown by: Cole Whisman

RESERvE mARKET HEIFER

CHAmPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAmPION SHORTHORN

CHAmPION SImmENTAL

Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

Shown by: Landon Richards

Shown by: Kelsee Fargo

RESERvE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERvE SHORTHORN

RESERvE SImmENTAL

Shown by: Nick Stutzman

Shown by: Preston Chilcote

Shown by: Noah Haines

Shown by: Lori Millenbaugh


CHAmPION ANGUS

CHAmPION HEREFORD

CHAmPION mAINE-ANjOU

Shown by: Frank Bruner

Shown by: Bethany Warne

Shown by: Samantha Morris

RESERvE ANGUS

RESERvE HEREFORD

Shown by: Jack Henderson

Shown by: Jackson Grimes

RESERvE mAINE-ANjOU Shown by: Rachel & Robert Rogers

CHAmPION CROSSBRED Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

RESERvE CROSSBRED Shown by: AJ Line

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HEART OF IT ALL s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

mARKET ANImALS - RING B

CHAmPION AOB

CHAmPION HEREFORD

CHAmPION mAINE-ANjOU

Shown by: Curtis Harsh

Shown by: Bethany Warne

Shown by: Seth Martin

RESERvE AOB

RESERvE HEREFORD

Shown by: Cam Deckling

Shown by: Jack Bohnsck

RESERvE mAINE-ANjOU

CHAmPION mARKET HEIFER

CHAmPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAmPION SImmENTAL

Shown by: Sarah Hunker

Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

Shown by: Kelsee Fargo

RESERvE mARKET HEIFER

RESERvE SHORTHORN

RESERvE SImmENTAL

Shown by: Michael Poole

Shown by: Tyler Michael

Shown by: Cole Hiser

Shown by: Grant Vickland


CHAmPION ANGUS

CHAmPION CHIANINA

CHAmPION SHORTHORN

Shown by: Seth Sullivan

Shown by: Cole Whisman

Shown by: Preston Chilcote

RESERvE ANGUS

RESERvE CHIANINA

Shown by: Jack Henderson

Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

RESERvE SHORTHORN Shown by: Tyler Michael

CHAmPION CROSSBRED Shown by: Olivia Caldwell

RESERvE CROSSBRED Shown by: AJ Line

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WESTTEXASSTATEFAIR

Abilene . TX | SepTember 4Th-13Th

prospect steers

grAnd chAmpion proSpEcT STEEr Charolais | Shown by: Kelton Matthews

rESErvE grAnd proSpEcT STEEr

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Champion Chianina | Shown by: Colby Breeding

cHAMpIoN ANGUs

reserve cHAMpIoN ANGUs

cHAMpIoN ABc

Shown by: Clay Cole

Shown by: Seth Markey

Shown by: Jaxon Burnett

reserve cHAMpIoN ABc

cHAMpIoN AoB

Shown by: Lucy Alls

Shown by: Ashley Bradley

reserve cHAMpIoN AoB

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Shown by: Jagger Horn


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WESTTEXASSTATEFAIR

Abilene . TX | SepTember 4Th-13Th

cHAMpIoN sANtA GertrUdIs

Shown by: Peyton Pearce

Shown by: Jacalynn Aldridge

Shown by: Kelton White

cHAMpIoN sHortHorN

reserve cHAMpIoN sHortHorN

cHAMpIoN sIMBrAH

Shown by: Stewart Skiles

Shown by: Ashlee Melton

Shown by: Jagger Burnett

reserve cHAMpIoN sIMBrAH

cHAMpIoN sIMMeNtAl

reserve cHAMpIoN sIMMeNtAl

Shown by: Emory Geye

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

reserve cHAMpIoN sANtA GertrUdIs

reserve cHAMpIoN red ANGUs

Shown by: Coy Mercer

proGress steers

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Shown by: Stewart Skiles

grAnd chAmpion progrESS STEEr Champion European | Shown by: Jagger Horn

rESErvE grAnd progrESS STEEr

Reserve Champion European | Shown by: Jaxon Burnett


cHAMpIoN eNGlIsH

cHAMpIoN AMerIcAN

reserve cHAMpIoN AMerIcAN

Shown by: Addie Potts

Shown by: J.T. Holland

Shown by: Aven Horn

reserve cHAMpIoN eNGlIsH Shown by: Maddox Drager

cHAMpIoN eUropeAN Shown by: Jagger Horn

reserve cHAMpIoN eUropeAN Shown by: Jaxon Burnett

cHAMpIoN ANGUs

reserve cHAMpIoN ANGUs

cHAMpIoN BeefMAster

Shown by: Brooke Adams

Shown by: Dylan Denny

Shown by: Devon Wilson

reserve cHAMpIoN BeefMAster

cHAMpIoN BrANGUs

reserve cHAMpIoN BrANGUs

Shown by: Cody Morgan

Shown by: Garrett Chaney

Shown by: Ryon Chaney

cHAMpIoN cHArolAIs

reserve cHAMpIoN cHArolAIs

cHAMpIoN cHIANINA

Shown by: Emory Geye

Shown by: Zachary Hill

Shown by: Reagan Calk

HeIfers

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WESTTEXASSTATEFAIR s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Abilene . TX | SepTember 4Th-13Th

reserve cHAMpIoN cHIANINA

cHAMpIoN AoB

reserve cHAMpIoN AoB

Shown by: Cinch Hare

Shown by: Brooke Adams

Shown by: Ashley Simpson

cHAMpIoN lIMoUsIN

reserve cHAMpIoN lIMoUsIN

cHAMpIoN sIMMeNtAl

Shown by: Hagan Wright

Shown by: Lauren Stowers

Shown by: Ryleigh Whitaker

reserve cHAMpIoN sIMMeNtAl

cHAMpIoN sIMBrAH

reserve cHAMpIoN sIMMeNtAl

Shown by: Lee Sadler

Shown by: Ryleigh Whitaker

cHAMpIoN polled Hereford

reserve cHAMpIoN polled Hereford

Shown by: John Massey

reserve cHAMpIoN HorNed Hereford Shown by: Brayden DeBorde

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Shown by: Slade Beerwinkle

Shown by: Heidi Phillips

cHAMpIoN HorNed Hereford Shown by: James Brody Rogers


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Shown by: Hadley Stultz

rESErvE chAmpion mArKET goAT

Shown by: Cheyanne Carrell

grAnd chAmpion mArKET goAT

Shown by: Aubree Garner

rESErvE chAmpion jAcKpoT hog

Shown by: Logan Rosenquist

chAmpion jAcKpoT hog

Shown by: Taryn Cunningham

Shown by: Taryn Cunningham

rESErvE chAmpion mArKET LAmB A

Shown by: Rachel Evenson

rESErvE chAmpion mArKET LAmB B

Shown by: Erica Walker

chAmpion mArKET LAmB ShoW A

chAmpion mArKET LAmB ShoW B


Bartholomew County Fairgrounds • Columbus, Indiana Fairgrounds are located 2 miles South of the I-65 & Hwy. 46 Exit on Highway 11

RING 1

RING 2

Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 12:00 Noon

Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 12:30 Noon

Grand Steer & Heifer • $600 Reserve Steer & Heifer • $300 3rd Overall Steer & Heifer • $100 Breed Champions • $40

Grand Steer & Heifer • $600 Reserve Steer & Heifer • $300 3rd Overall Steer & Heifer • $100 Breed Champions • $40

Judge: Nate Kolterman

Judge: TBA

Grand Prize donated by Sinnamon Show Supply to winner of both Ring 1 & Ring 2! Check out the new Double Ring - Double Points show in Greensburg on Sunday, March 29th.

• Food Available On The Grounds •

STEER & HEIFER RULES:

1. Heifers must be born after 9-1-2013. 2. Steers must be born after 1-1-2014. 3. Health papers are required (out of State only). 4. Registration papers are required. 5. Registered heifers will show by breed and age. Crossbred heifers will be shown by weight. 6. Registered steers will show by breed and weight. Crossbreds will be shown by weight. 7. No twining. 8. a $100 non-refundable fee must accompany a protest of eligibility at least one hour prior to start of show.

ENTRY FEE

$80

• IJBCA Indiana’s Finest Rules •

GENERAL RULES:

1. These are open shows. 2. Generators are encouraged. 3. Alcohol is not permitted on the grounds. 4. Not responsible for accidents. 5. All entry money is nonrefundable. 6. Committee’s decisions are final. 7. Bedding will be provided while available. Minimum of 5 head per breed & class. • Cattle may arrive after Noon Friday, March 27, 2015 • Cattle registration & weighing will be conducted as follows: Friday: 5:00-8:00 p.m. & Saturday 7:30-10:00 a.m.

For more information call:

SHOWMANSHIP: 10:30 a.m. BREEDS TO BE OFFERED:

Angus, Charolais, Chianina, Hereford/Polled Hereford, Maine-Anjou, Maintainer, Shorthorn, Shorthorn Plus, Simmental, % Simmental, AOB and Crossbred.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS: Holiday Inn - (812) 372-1541 Days Inn - (812) 376-9951 Ramada Inn - 1-800-845-9832 Sleep Inn - (812) 372-7200

Dave Bonnell - (812) 343-4313 • Albert O’Connor - (812) 343-0134 Sponsored by Bartholomew County 4-H Fair, Inc.

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All shows are open to all 4-H & FFA members • Check-in & registration Sat., March 7th. $50/hd. entry fee.

Sunday, March 8, 2015 • 8:00 a.M. Open Supreme Champion: $1,000 • Reserve: $700 • 3rd: $500 • 4th: $300 • 5th: $100 Breed Champions and Reserves: $50 & $25, respectively • Banner Additional $3,000 premiums for Red Angus Heifers. See website for details. Kentucky Supreme Champion: $500 • Reserve: $300 • 3rd-5th: receiving additional prizes Kentucky Breed Champions and Reserves: $50 & $25, respectively • Banner Eligible Breeds: Any breed over ten head will be offered a breed show. An AOB class will be offered for breeds less than ten head and any heifer with low percentage reg. papers. No commercial division will be offered. Commercial heifers will show in the Market Heifer Division of the Junior Steer Show. Heifer Judge: TBA

Sunday, March 8, 2015 • 8:00 a.M.

Both Kentucky & Open Show Offered Kentucky Prospect Steer Premiums Supreme Champion: $500 • Reserve: $300 • 3rd-5th: receiving additional prizes and awards Open Prospect Steer & Market Heifer Premiums* Supreme Champion: $1,000 • Reserve: $700 • 3rd: $500 • 4th: $300 • 5th: $100 Breed Champions and Reserves: $50 & $25, respectively • Banner Steer Judge: TBA Any registered steer breed with proper papers over 5 head will be offered a breed show. Market heifer class breaks will be determined by weight. Market heifers will compete against market steers in the Jackpot Show. Premiums are subject to change based on number of entries. For additional rules and information, contact Carrie Tilghman, Kentucky Department of Agriculture at (502) 782-4130. Visit these websites for more information: www.kyagr.com or www.kybeefexpo.com

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ANGUS Show: Fri., 10:00 a.m Sale: Sat., Noon Tim Dievert 859-236-4591

HEREFORD Show: Fri., 1:00 p.m. Sale: Sat., 1:00 p.m. Earlene Thomas 859-623-5734

BEEFALO Fri., 2:30 p.m Sat., 9:30 a.m Kyle Skidmore 502-641-7878

RED ANGUS Show: Fri., 10:00 a.m. Sale: Sat., 10:00 a.m. Johnnie Cundiff 606-871-7438

CHAROLAIS Sat., 12:00 noon Sat., 4:00 p.m. Jeff Harrod KY Charolais Assoc. 502-330-6745

RED POLL Fri., 4:00 p.m. Sat., 9:30 a.m. Kyle Young 502-321-9892

GELBVIEH Fri., 1:00 p.m Sat., 11:30 a.m. David Slaughter 270-556-4259 LIMOUSIN Sat., 10:00 a.m. Sat., 3:30 p.m. Keith Kissee 804-353-2220 PEN HEIFER SALE Fri., 2:00 p.m. Sat., 2:00 p.m. Doug Parke 859-987-5758

SHORTHORN Sat., 10:00 a.m. Sat., 1:00 p.m. Aegerter Mkg. Services 402-641-4696 SIMMENTAL Fri., 4:00 p.m. Sat., 11:00 a.m. Doug Parke 859-987-5758 TRADE SHOW INFORMATION John McDonald 859-404-1406

TRAD

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MaJOr SPOnSOrS: Kentucky Farm Bureau Kentucky Department of Agriculture, James R. Comer, Commissioner YOUTH JUDGING CONTEST Saturday, March 7th Open to all 4-H & FFA members 6:45 AM Check In 8:00 AM Contest 3:00 PM Awards


Indiana’s FINEST Points Show!

Two Rings! Double Points!

Food Available On The Grounds ____________________

IJBCA Indiana’s Finest Rules ____________________

RING 1: 11:30 RING 2: 12:00 Noon

Sunday, March 29, 2015 Decatur County Fairgrounds Greensburg, Indiana ENTRY FEE

$80

Grand Steer & Heifer • $500 Reserve Steer & Heifer • $300 3rd Overall Steer & Heifer • $100 4th & 5th • $50 Judges: Ring 1: Thomas Carper Ring 2: Tim Schwab

Sinnamon Show Supply will be sponsoring a Grand Prize for the winner of both Ring 1 and Ring 2! Check out the Bill Rogers Classic Show just 20 minutes away and held on Saturday, March 28th! STEER & HEIFER RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Heifers must be born after 9-1-2013. Steers must be born after 1-1-2014. Health papers are required (out of State only). Registration papers are required. Registered heifers will show by breed and age. Crossbred heifers will be shown by weight. 6. Registered steers will show by breed and weight. Crossbreds will be shown by weight. 7. No twining. 8. A $100 non-refundable fee must accompany a protest of eligibility at least one hour prior to start of show. 9. Minimum of 5 head per breed & class.

GENERAL RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

This is an open show. Generators are STRONGLY encouraged. No alcohol on the grounds. Not responsible for accidents. All entry fees are nonrefundable. The open show committee’s decisions are final. 7. Bedding will be provided while available. • Cattle may arrive after Noon on 03/28/2015 • Cattle registration & weighing will be conducted as follows: Saturday: 5:00-8:00 p.m. & Sunday 7:30-10:00 a.m.

SHOWMANSHIP: Both Rings - 10 a.m.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS: Holiday Inn Express: (812) 663-5500 Hampton Inn: (812) 663-5000 • Mention “Decatur Co. Cattle Battle” to receive a discounted rate.

For more information call:

Becky Vanderbur (812) 716-0207 or Jeff Hermesch (812) 663-8388 This show is sponsored by the Decatur County Junior Leaders


15th Annual • February 7 & 8, 2015 - NEW DATE!

y t n u o C n o Gibs

Indiana’s Finest Point Show! REVIEW SHOW DATE CHANGE: PGibson County Fairgrounds... Princeton, Indiana

!

MarK Your calendar

Cattle may arrive Friday after 5:00 p.m. Check in will start at 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 7...

Heifer Show begins at 1:00 PM CST Heifers must be checked in by 11:00 AM Saturday All showmanship follows heifer show.

Grand Heifer ... $500 Chair and Banner

Reserve Grand Heifer ... $250 Chair and Banner Third Place ... $150 Fourth Place ... $100 Fifth Place ... $50

Sunday, February 8...

Steer Show begins at 9:00 AM CST Steers must be checked in by 7:00 AM Sunday

Grand Steer ... $500 Chair and Banner

Reserve Grand Steer ... $250 Chair and Banner Third Place ... $150 Fourth Place ... $100 Fifth Place ... $50

Top 5 will be chosen for heifers & sTeers! Judge: To be announced!

General Rules & Information...

• Show is open to anyone ages 8 to 21. • Show will be held in the Pavilion on the Fairgrounds. • Only 1 fan per every 3 head. No butt fans. • Generators may be placed outside the Pavilion. • No artificial filling or fitting of cattle allowed. • Must have readable tattoos and papers on registered animals. • We are not responsible for accidents. • Food and drink will be available to purchase.

Hotel Information...

Fairfield Inn ... 812-385-4300 • Hampton Inn ... 812-385-2400 Quality Inn ... 812-768-5878 (US 41 & I-64) Thank You to sinnamon show supply for their continued support!

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• Class money will be pro-rated. • $40 Entry fee per animal. • Bedding will be provided. No straw bedding. • Breed Champions receive $25, Reserve Breed Champions receive $15. • Reserve Breed Champions will compete for Top 5. • Out of state animals must have health papers. • Minimum of 5 head per Breed Class. • May offer an AOB division.

Contact Information...

Bill or Mark Sheehe, 812-455-3268 Mike Michel, 812-449-1677 • Zach Rogers, 812-215-0121 Dave Gress, 812-215-6536


February 27, 28 & March 1 Hutchinson, Kansas — Kansas State Fairgrounds Cattle can be on grounds starting Friday at noon.

General Show Information: • Heifers show Saturday • Steers show Sunday • 2 Rings per day

Cash Prize Payouts:

$500 per ring Champion. All others determined by entries.

Lodging Suggestion:

Block of rooms reserved under “Kickoff Show” at: Ramada Conference Center • 620-669-9311 or Fairfield Inn & Suites • 620-259-8787

Entry Information:

Entry forms are online at www.ksu.edu/kickoff Pre-entries are $35 per head per ring

Mail Entry forMs to: Alpha Gamma Rho Attn: Kickoff Show 1919 Platt Manhattan, KS 66502

For more info, contact:

Brandon Harder: 916-917-6085 or harderbrandon@gmail.com Check out our Facebook: facebook.com/agrbbkickoff

Also join us Saturday night for Stock Show University! THAnKS To RAnCH HouSE DESiGnS, inC. FoR CREATinG ouR SHow loGo!


neW dAte! March 14th - 15th, 2015 neW loCAtion! Sedalia, Missouri

Missouri State Fairgrounds Mathewson Exhibition Center -- MISSOURI CLUB CALF ASSOCIATION SANCTIONED POINTS SHOW --

Go online for more information and entry form at:

www.mizzouagr.com/agr-classic Contact our show chairmen:

Kayden Guymon • 217-430-2107 • kkgxv4@mail.missouri.edu Josh Glendenning • 417-664-0913 • jdgwx3@mail.missouri.edu Phillip Cooley • 636-577-7097 • pec99d@mail.missouri.edu Mail entries to: 602 S. College, Columbia, MO 65201 SponSored by AlphA GAmmA rho FrAternity • UniverSity oF miSSoUri-ColUmbiA

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www.agrpurdue.com IJBCA-Sanctioned Show

February 13-15, 2015

Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds • Lafayette, Indiana • Entry Fee: $40 Judge: Jack Ward

Show Schedule Friday, February 13, 2015

5:00 p.m. ........................................................ Cattle may arrive 5:00–7:00 p.m. ...................................................Cattle check in

Saturday, February 14, 2015 8:00–10:00 a.m. .................................................Cattle check in 1:00 p.m. ............................................................ Showmanship 3:00 p.m ..................................................................Heifer Show

Sunday, February 15, 2015 9:00 a. m. ...................................................................Steer Show

Rules: • • • • • • • • •

Cattle may move in Friday, February 13, 2015, after 5:00 pm Minimum of 5 head for a non-IJBCA breed to be offered. All IJBCA breeds will be offered Heifers and steers must be weighed and checked in by 10:00 a.m. on Saturday Tieouts INSIDE of trailer only. No alcohol permitted on fairgrounds. Not responsible for accidents. Out-of-state cattle must have health papers. Purebred cattle must have registration papers. Heifers have to be born after September 1, 2013.

Contact: Delta Chapter Fraternity phone: 765-743-5500

Special Notes:

Out of state cattle, bring health papers. Exhibitors must bring their own bedding.

Lodging Suggestions:

Baymont Inn ............................................765-446-2400 Best Western ............................................765-447-0575 Campus Inn...............................................765-743-9661 Comfort Suites .........................................765-447-0016 Days Inn ....................................................765-446-8558 Hilton Garden Inn ....................................765-743-2100 Holiday Inn Express .................................765-449-4808

Awards (Heifer & Steer )

Breed Champion ................................. $50 Reserve Breed Champion ........... $25

Grand Champion ............................ $1000 Reserve Grand Champion ........ $750 3rd Overall ............................................... $350 4th Overall................................................ $250 5th Overall................................................ $100 Chairman, Christian Gamble................................ 765-586-6390 Co-Chairman, Mitchell Smith………………765-606-6224 There will be (2) $500 scholarships offered for incoming college freshman. Please contact Mitchell or Christian. January/February 2015 • theshowcircuit.com

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University of Illinois Hoof N Horn/Lake Land College

ENTRY INFORMATION:

Pre-Entry (by March 24): $40/ring Otherwise, $50/ring day of show Entry form on website, illinoishoofnhorn.com

SHOWDOWN RULES:

• Steer and Heifer Show is open to anyone. Generators are encouraged. • All cattle must have health papers meeting Illinois requirements. • Registration papers are required for all purebred classes. Tattoos must match registration paper or they will be shown as crossbred/commercial. • All cattle must be born between Sept. 1st, 2013 and Dec. 31st, 2014. • Minimum of 10 head per breed. Minimum of 3 head per class. • University of Illinois and Lake Land College is not responsible for any accidents or lost/damaged/stolen property.

SCHEDULE:

SATURDAY, APRIL 11TH 8:00 a.m. ............................................................. Cattle may begin to arrive 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ................................... Check-In (No late Check-ins) • All cattle must have tattoos checked for verification • All cattle MUST check-in at this time SUNDAY, APRIL 12TH 8:00 a.m. ....................................................................................... Steer Show • Ring A will begin first, Ring B will follow with a one breed delay 11:30 a.m.(or conclusion of Ring B Steer Show) .................... Heifer Show • Ring B will begin first, Ring A will follow with a one breed delay

WHERE:

Champaign County Fairgrounds 1302 N. Coler Ave., Urbana, IL 61801

JUDGES:

Ring A: Wes Keller

|

Ring B: Kevin Rose

PREMIUMS: (Both Rings, Heifers & Steers) Supreme Champion ...............................................................................$500 Reserve Supreme ....................................................................................$400 3rd Overall ............................................................................................... $300 4th Overall ...............................................................................................$200 5th Overall ............................................................................................... $100 Breed Champions ................................................................................... $100 Breed Reserves .......................................................................................... $50 CONTACTS:

Alec Murphy (217) 494-2851 Jessica Radcliffe (715) 573-4947 Katie Burns (618) 317-4579 Gabbi Lemenager (815) 383-0229

HOTELS:

Holiday Inn ..............................................................................217-328-7900 Days Inn ................................................................................... 217-356-6873 Super 8...................................................................................... 217-359-2388 Sleep Inn & Suites, Danville ..............................................217-442-6600 Fairfield Inn, Danville........................................................... 217-443-3388

April 11-12, 2015

2 IBA poINts sHows 2 dAys 2 rINgs (A&B) 2 jUdges

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March 28

f oo H & n or H

Jackpot Show

Saturday, March 28, 2015 • IBA Points Show $500: Grands •$250: reserve Grands

General Rules

1. Steer and Heifer show is open to anyone. 2. All heifers must have health papers meeting Illinois requirements. 3. Generators are encouraged. 4. Entries accepted at show only. 5. WIU Hoof ‘n’ Horn is not responsible for any accidents or lost/damaged/stolen property. 6. Registration papers are required for all purebred classes. 7. Minimum of 3 head per class. 8. Minimum of 5 head per breed. 9. All calves must be born in 2014. 10. Showmanship: Mini-jackpot with a $5 entry fee. Three age groups, with a Champion and Reserve Champion in each division.

Show Information Where.....................Roseville, IL Fairgrounds Show Time ...............Showmanship at 10:00 Heifers starting at 12:00, followed by steers Check-in: Friday, March 27..........6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 28 ..... 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Entry Fee ......................$35 Steers & Heifers Judge.........................TO BE ANNOUNCED

Classes Angus, Chianina, Gelbvieh, Hereford, Shorthorn, ShorthornPlus, Simmental (Purebred and Percentage), Maine-Anjou, MaineTainer, AOB, Crossbred, & Market Heifers

For More Information, Contact:

Mark HogE: 309-255-2735 • SaMaNTHa CUNNINgHaM: 979-220-5681 roSS NEWToN: 812-325-4805

Directions:

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BADGER KicK-Off CLASSIC

west allis, wi | December 6-7, 2014

heifers

SUPREME ChAMPIon hEIfER Shown by: Madison Udell - Angus

RESERvE SUPREME hEIfER

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Emma Vickland - Chi

3rD OVerall heifer Shown by: Sara Sullivan - Reserve Chi

5th OVerall heifer Shown by: Lauren May - Hereford

4th OVerall heifer Shown by: Brandon Hagie - Commercial


chamPiON simmeNtal

chamPiON % simmeNtal

chamPiON PiNZGaUer

Shown by: Vada Vickland

Shown by: Madison Udell

Shown by: Jerry DeSmidt

reserVe simmeNtal

reserVe % simmeNtal

Shown by: Brooklyn Curtin

Shown by: Jared Seys

reserVe PiNZGaUer

chamPiON shOrthOrN

chamPiON shOrthOrN PlUs

chamPiON aNGUs

Shown by: Bradon Gabrielson

Shown by: Ben Nikkel

Shown by: Madison Udell

reserVe shOrthOrN

reserVe shOrthOrN PlUs

Shown by: Landon Bolin

Shown by: Payton Vogel

reserVe aNGUs

Shown by: Circle S Stock Farm

Shown by: Abby Klendworth

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breeDiNG heifers

chamPiON herefOrD

chamPiON chiaNiNa

chamPiON maiNe-aNJOU

Shown by: Lauren May

Shown by: Emma Vickland

Shown by: Cade and Chance Van Vilet

reserVe herefOrD

reserVe chiaNiNa

Shown by: Kagney Collins

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

reserVe maiNe-aNJOU

chamPiON maiNetaiNer

chamPiON charOlais

chamPiON cOmPOsite charOlais

Shown by: Sara Sullivan

Shown by: Breeze Bunker

Shown by: Jaime Moore

reserVe maiNetaiNer

reserVe charOlais

Shown by: Chloe VanVilet

Shown by: Sarah Lillesand

reserVe cOmPOsite charOlais

Shown by: Morgan Moore

Shown by: Kate Hartwig


chamPiON cOmmercial

chamPiON reD aNGUs

chamPiON aOb

Shown by: Shade Bunker

Shown by: Brynn Nikkel

Shown by: Brandon Hagie

reserVe reD aNGUs

reserVe aOb

reserVe cOmmercial

Shown by: Brady Edge

Shown by: Jenel Wenndt

Shown by: Regan McClure

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BADGER KicK-Off CLASSIC

market aNimals

GRAnD ChAMPIon MARKET AnIMAL

Shown by: Kayla Morrow - Crossbred

RESERvE GRAnD MARKET AnIMAL

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Heath Downing - Crossbred

3rD OVerall market aNimal Shown by: Nate Tanner - Chi

5th OVerall market aNimal Shown by: Riley Bradshaw - Shorthorn Plus

4th OVerall market aNimal Shown by: Baley Kroupa - Reserve Chi


chamPiON aNGUs

chamPiON charOlais

chamPiON herefOrD

Shown by: Levi Hinshaw

Shown by: Kayla Morrow

Shown by: Riley Bradshaw

reserVe aNGUs

reserVe charOlais

Shown by: Sam Henderson

Shown by: Lexi Bremer

reserVe herefOrD

chamPiON maiNe-aNJOU

chamPiON simmeNtal

chamPiON % simmeNtal

Shown by: Grant Vickland

Shown by: Morgan Snyder

Shown by: Makenna Buesing

reserVe maiNe-aNJOU

reserVe simmeNtal

Shown by: Abby Tomhave

Shown by: Spencer Armstrong

reserVe % simmeNtal

Shown by: Riley Johnson

Shown by: Carlee Ewoldt

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market aNimals

chamPiON chiaNiNa

chamPiON shOrthOrN

chamPiON shOrthOrN PlUs

Shown by: Nate Tanner

Shown by: Hans Vickland

Shown by: Riley Bradshaw

reserVe chiaNiNa

reserVe shOrthOrN

Shown by: Bayley Kroupa

Shown by: Kassie Harris

reserVe shOrthOrN PlUs

chamPiON market heifer

chamPiON aOb

chamPiON crOssbreD

Shown by: Cole Nek

Shown by: Tori Crisp (Saler)

Shown by: Kayla Morrow

reserVe market heifer

reserVe aOb

Shown by: Taylor Lock

Shown by: Paige Poad (Saler)

reserVe crOssbreD

Shown by: Cade and Chance Austin

Shown by: Heath Downing


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LITTLE ROCK . AR | AUGUST 10-19

COMMERCIAL HEIFERS

SUPREME COMMERCiAL HEifER

s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

Shown by: Tate Salmon

RESERVE SUPREME COMMERCiAL HEifER Shown by: Grace Harris


MARKET STEERS

GRAND CHAMPiON MARKET STEER Shown by: MacKenzie Morrison

RESERVE GRAND MARKET STEER Shown by: Chancee Clark

3RD OVERALL MARKET STEER Shown by: Allyson Morrision

5TH OVERALL MARKET STEER Shown by: Carlee Clark

4TH OVERALL MARKET STEER Shown by: Macy Morris

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BREEDING HEIFERS

CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION BEEFMASTER

CHAMPION BRAHMAN

Shown by: January Tweedy

Shown by: Allyson Morlan

Shown by: Baylie Clay

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE BEEFMASTER

Shown by: Reid Wingert

Shown by: Sandra Rappold

RESERVE BRAHMAN

CHAMPION BRANGUS

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

Shown by: Dakota Williams

Shown by: Brady Gentry

Shown by: Sara Sweat

RESERVE BRANGUS

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Allie Marshall

Shown by: Lyndon Youngblood

RESERVE HEREFORD

Shown by: Baylie Clay

Shown by: Austin Cook


CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU

Shown by: Wyatt Mosher

Shown by: Cheyanne Stovall

Shown by: Emmalee Taylor

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU

RESERVE SANTA GERTRUDIS

Shown by: Colte Mosher

Shown by: Gabbi Litchford

CHAMPION MAINETAINER

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

Shown by: Macy Morris

Shown by: Erica Linville

RESERVE MAINETAINER

RESERVE RED ANGUS

Shown by: Chancee Clark

Shown by: Lauren Cox

Shown by: Erin Kay Daniel

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BREEDING HEIFERS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Alexandra Whaley

Shown by: Sarah Caldwell

Shown by: Sara Sweat

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

Shown by: Ryan Lane

Shown by: Anna Linville

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

CHAMPION SIM-SOLUTIONS

CHAMPION AOB - COMPOSITE

CHAMPION AOB - EXOTIC

Shown by: Brittany Hilliard

Shown by: Blake Chesser

Shown by: Carlee Clark

RESERVE SIM-SOLUTIONS

RESERVE AOB - COMPOSITE

Shown by: Kalli Smith

Shown by: Reagan Bell

RESERVE AOB - EXOTIC

Shown by: Sara Sweat

Shown by: Kyndall Turner


RESERVE GRAND MARKET HOG GRAND CHAMPION MARKET HOG

Shown by: Ryleigh Homan

Shown by: Katie Reinhart

RESERVE GRAND MARKET LAMB Shown by: Riley Hoyle

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Shown by: Kinsey Watkins

RESERVE GRAND MARKET GOAT GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT

Shown by: Kaylie Stone

Shown by: Abby Rodgers

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[BUSINESSMINDED]

RETIREMENT

SavINgS OptIONS fOr thE SElf-EMplOyED

a

Courtesy of: Matthew e. o’Donnell | ViCe PresiDent, Morgan stanley s a self-employed individual, you have access to several types of retirement plans. as is the case for large plans, a plan-of-one allows you to put away large amounts of money on a tax-deferred basis while deducting your contributions from your income.

among your options as a self-employed individual are iras, defined contribution and defined benefit plans. IRA OptIOns the two main types of iras for self-employed individuals are the simplified employee Pension (seP) and savings incentive Match Plan for employees (siMPle). a key benefit of both is the ability to contribute tax deferred amounts greater than that of a traditional ira. a seP allows you to make tax-deferred contributions of 20% of net earnings from self-employment (25% of compensation for incorporated businesses), to a maximum contribution that is set annually

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by the irs. (for 2015, the earnings limit is $265,000 and the maximum contribution is $53,000). generally, it is up to you as to whether to contribute in a given year, allowing for fluctuations in your business’s cash flow. a siMPle ira is designed for employers with 100 or fewer employees; self-employed individuals make contributions as both employee and employer. for 2015, you may contribute 100% of compensation but not more than $12,500 through salary reduction as an employee. in addition, you may make catch-up contributions of $3,000 if you are at least age 50. as your own “employer,” you must make an employer contribution, matching (up to a maximum of 3% of compensation) or a nonelective contribution of 2% of compensation (for purposes of the 2% nonelective contribution, compensation is limited to $265,000 for 2015). DefIneD COntRIbutIOn OptIOns self-employed individuals may also operate a 401(k), profit sharing or money purchase plan. these are more complex to implement and maintain, even for a sole proprietor. among the requirements is the


annual filing of irs form 5500, annual return/report of employee Benefit Plan, or, if eligible, form 5500-sf for small employee plans or form 5500-eZ for sole proprietors although 401(k)s are associated with larger companies, they are also available to self-employed individuals. often referred to as a solo 401(k), it has the same rules and limits as traditional 401(k)s other than it is, by design, exempt from discrimination testing. elective deferrals for 2015 top out at $18,000, (plus $6,000 in catch-up contributions if applicable). additional contributions of up to 25% of net earnings from self-employment are also permitted, up to a maximum of $53,000 for combined total contributions (including elective deferrals). a profit sharing plan allows discretionary contributions up to the smaller of 25% of compensation or the annual irs limit ($53,000 in 2015). Money purchase plans have the same limits, yet contributions are required. DefIneD benefIt OptIOn if you prefer a plan that will promise a monthly income at retirement, you might consider a solo defined benefit (DB) plan. the monthly benefit is determined by a formula based on salary history and years of service. your contribution amount is not fixed--it is calculated each year by an actuary based on reasonable actuarial assumptions, and there is no upper limit. however, the annual maximum benefit you may receive at retirement is limited ($210,000 in 2015).

If you’d like to learn more, please contact Matthew E. O’Donnell at (312) 917-7464. Sources: Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Department of Labor, “Choosing a Retirement Solution for Your Small Business,” December 2012 (most recent revision), retrieved October 21, 2014. Internal Revenue Service “Retirement Plans for Self-Employed People,” March 19, 2014, retrieved October 21, 2014. Internal Revenue Service “IRS Announces 2015 Pension Plan Limitations,” October 23, 2014. Article by Wealth Management Systems Inc. and provided courtesy of Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor. The author(s) are not employees of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC (“Morgan Stanley”). The opinions expressed by the authors are solely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Morgan Stanley. The information and data in the article or publication has been obtained from sources outside of Morgan Stanley and Morgan Stanley makes no representations or guarantees as to the accuracy or completeness of information or data from sources outside of Morgan Stanley. Neither the information provided nor any opinion expressed constitutes a solicitation by Morgan Stanley with respect to the purchase or sale of any security, investment, strategy or product that may be mentioned. Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor(s) engaged The Show Circuit to feature this article. © 2014 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.

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PROFESSORTOPRODUCER

Investing In a Commercial Cow/Calf Enterprise: Part II Too Expensive To Rebuild The U.S. Cow Herd? By Dr. Paul Walker, ISU Professor Emeritus | DI Walker Consulting

H

ow much profit do you expect to make from a commercial cow/calf operation? If cows are your full-time occupation and primary source of income, is $40,000, $50,000, $70,000 or $100,000/year your expected living wage? How much profit can you expect to make from each cow/calf unit each year – $200, $100, or $50 or less? If cows are a second, third or fourth source of income, how much do you expect each cow/calf unit to return? Are you a young, high school or university graduate wanting to start a cow/calf operation? How much money will be required to start the operation? Maybe the two scenarios described in this article will provide some insight into these questions. The first scenario uses a pasture and grass hay-based diet as the feed source. A hay diet is the standard for which to compare all other operations. Scenario 1 assumes the operator is starting from scratch and must buy or rent everything. This scenario is similar to the scenario described for starting a feedlot operation in the article titled “Time To Invest In a Cattle Feedlot.” Scenario 2 assumes the operator “has been around” for a time and owns the land, buildings, equipment and a cowherd. Scenario 2 describes the average cow/calf producer who is 57+ years old.

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Assumptions for Scenario 1: 1. Land cost = $2,950/acre – that is the U.S. average for 2013 (In Illinois, the average cost per acre of land was $3,640 in 2006 and $7,700 in 2013.) Cost of land is a limiting factor to starting a cow- calf operation. 2. Cows will graze for six months and will receive a hay diet for six months, supplemented with soybean hulls for 90 days. 3. Grazing requires 2 acres/cow-calf unit. 4. Cull rate or heifer replacement rate is 12.5%: year. The average cow age at culling is 8 years old. 5. All calves except for replacement heifers are sold at weaning. 6. Calves are valued at $2.80: lb. and selling weight is 600 lbs. Calves are worth $1,680 x 90% calf crop saved = 1,512 x 87.5% (retaining 12.5% of the calves as replacements) = $1,323. 7. Cull cows weigh 1,400 lbs., bring $1.30: lb. and are valued at $1,820. 8. Cull bulls weigh 2,000 lbs bringing $1.60: lb. and are valued at $3,200. Each bull serves 25 cows: year and will breed for 8 years (optimistic). 9. Herd bulls cost $4,000 as two-year-olds. 10. To establish a herd, cows cost $3,000 as bred two-year-olds. It is interesting to note that at 4.0% interest and a cow replacement rate is 12.5%: per year, that the effective cow cost is $4,632 based on a purchase price of $3,000. 11. All equipment and buildings are charged on a pro-rated basis to each cow-calf unit. 12. Interest charge on land, building, equipment and cattle is 4.0%. Two buildings (one cow barn and concrete lot providing 83 sq. ft.: cow and one bull barn) are utilized costing $21: sq. ft. with capital recovery over 10 years. Minimum equipment is utilized and all equipment has a capital recovery period of 10 years based on a 200-head cowherd. Land is purchased with a 30-year capital recovery time. 13. Calf crop weaned as a percent of cows exposed to a bull for breeding in this scenario is 90%, which exceeds the national average of 80% by 10%.


Table 1. Feed Cost Feedstuff

Price/Unit

Amount Fed (lb.)

Cost: Day ($)

Cost: Year ($)

Grass Hay (fed 180d)

$160: ton=8.0¢:lb.

1400 lb cow x 2.0%=28 lb/day

2.24

403.20

Soybean Hulls (fed 90d)

$170: ton=8.5¢:lb.

1400 lb cow x 0.5%=7lb/day

0.59

53.55

Mineral Feed (fed 365d)

$20: 50lb=40.0¢

3 oz: day

0.075

27.38

2 acres

1.84

341

Pasture (grazed 185d) Total Cost Per Year

825.13

Grazing without soybean hulls = $2.32/day | Grazing with soybean hulls = $2.92/day | Pasture alone = $1.92/day

Table 2. Scenario 1: Cost Per Cow/Calf Unit Per Year

Table 5. Scenario 2: Profit/Loss Statement

Item

Cost

Item

Land/Pasture

$341.00

Costs1

Land Taxes ($20: acre)

$40.00

Income

Other Feed Cost

$484.13

Creep Feed (60 days)

$40.80

Cost Of Cow

$579.00

Profit $838.27 1 Expenses do not include land/pasture, initial cost of the cows nor equipment, which are assumed paid at this time.

Replacement Cow Cost

$72.38

Bull Cost

$26.67

Feed For Bull

$44.63

External Parasite & Vaccines for cow/calf pair

$20.00

$399.73 Equipment hay feeder ($4.00) feeder trough ($4.00) bull barn ($29.43) cow barn ($201.12) restraining equipment ($20.00) (chutes, panels, etc.) tractor with loader ($55.48) manure spreader + tractor ($33.90) pickup, stock trailer, flatbed trailer ($51.86) Total

$2,047.96

All costs are prorated on a cow-calf pair basis.

Table 3. Scenario 1: Return Per Cow/Calf Unit Per Year Item

Amount

Calf (600lb x $2.80 x 90% calf crop x 87.5% calves sold, 12.5% heifers retained)

$1,323.00

Cull Cows

$227.50

Cull Bull

$16.00

Total

$1,566.50

Table 4. Scenario 1: Profit/Loss Statement Item

Amount

Income

$1566.50

Expense

$2047.96

Loss

-$481.46

Amount $728.23 $1566.50

What Does it Mean? Scenario 1 loses money at the rate of $481.46 per year for the first eight years of the enterprise, until the initial purchase of cows is paid in full. From year 8 until the equipment is paid off at the end of year 10, Scenario 1 can make $97.54 per year per cow/calf unit. From year 10 until the pasture land is paid in full, Scenario 1 can make $497.37 per cow/calf unit per year. In order to make a living wage solely from a commercial calf unit requires 100 to 200 cows at $497.37 per cow calf unit ($49,737 to $99,474 per year). Fifteen years ago when the net return per cow-calf unit was $50, the same 100 to 200 cows returned only $5,000 to $10,000 per year. Producers with 30 to 50 cows simply could not justify the labor required to earn so few dollars and, therefore, exited the business. In comparison, Scenario 2, makes $838.27 per cow/calf

unit per year. Those producers who “hung-on” during the “lean” years are now realizing previously unheard of profits. These two scenarios demonstrate why so few young people are entering the commercial cow-calf industry. They simply do not have the capital to purchase cows, land and equipment. And, it is important to note the cost in these scenarios do not include labor, utilities, nor fence (fence that is 54 inch high woven wire with one strand of barb wire and labor to install it costs $9,000 per mile). These scenarios imply that young people must either inherit or marry a cow/calf enterprise, or older cow/calf owners must be willing to financially help young people get started. There is money that can be made in the commercial cow/ calf industry. We must be innovative in helping young people get started if the cup is to remain half-full and rising.

No labor has been charged to the enterprise.

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HOOSIER BEEF CONGRESS

INDIANAPOLIS . IN | DECEMBER 4-7, 2014

BREEDING HEIFERS

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Shown by: Clayton Main

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER

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Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER Shown by: Ashtyn Harvey

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER Shown by: Cole Wilcox


CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

Shown by: Serena Clock

Shown by: Claire Trennenpohl

Shown by: Payton Farmer

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Caleb Smith

Shown by: Bailey Rist

RESERVE HEREFORD

CHAMPION CHIANINA

CHAMPION GELBVIEH

CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU

Shown by: Kendall Leonhard

Shown by: Aidan Raab

Shown by: Warren Ott

RESERVE CHIANINA

RESERVE GELBVIEH

Shown by: Hunter Royer

Shown by: Allie Raab

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU

Shown by: Luke Harker

Shown by: Samantha Morris

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HOOSIER BEEF CONGRESS s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

BREEDING HEIFERS

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION MAINETAINER

Shown by: Ellie Sennett

Shown by: Rylan Jester

Shown by: Bailey Harvey

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE SHORTHORN

Shown by: Devan Cox

Shown by: Scott Hesser

RESERVE MAINETAINER

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

Shown by: Brittany Fisher

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

Shown by: Hunter Chizum

Shown by: Cole Mize

Shown by: Shelby Stephenson

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Shown by: Parker Reed

RESERVE SIMMENTAL Shown by: Bailey Tomson


CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY

RESERVE BELTED GALLOWAY

Shown by: Sawyer Bales

Shown by: Lily Ford

CHAMPION SALERS Shown by: Olivia Neal

SHOWMANSHIP

NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP Champion - Harper Henney Reserve - Maci Chamerlain 3rd Overall - Warner Ott 4th Overall - Andrew Jarck 5th Overall - Alli Raab

SUPREME SHOWMAN Becca Chamberlain

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP Champion - Becca Chamberlain Reserve - Xavier Ferris 3rd Overall - Brooke Hayden 4th Overall - Taylor Pinkerton 5th Overall - Hunter Royer

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

Champion - Parker Reed Reserve - Conner Cross 3rd Overall - Bennett Walther 4th Overall - Branson Heidenreich 5th Overall - Brad Johnson

Champion - Adrianne Trennepohl Reserve - Leslie Rogers 3rd Overall - Randi Faulk 4th Overall - Morgan Tomson 5th Overall - Jordyn Sills

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HOOSIER BEEF CONGRESS

MARKET ANIMALS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Seth Martin

RESERVE GRAND MARKET ANIMAL

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Shown by: Samantha Morris

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Cole Mize

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Harper Henney

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Cheyanne Bowman


CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION BELTED GALLOWAY

CHAMPION GELBVIEH

Shown by: Anna Schrader

Shown by: Doug Abney

Shown by: Kelsie Waitt

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE BELTED GALLOWAY

Shown by: Bayleigh Huelsenbeck

Shown by: Abby Booe

RESERVE CHIANINA

CHAMPION HEREFORD

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Justin Johnson

Shown by: Katie Weaver

Shown by: Haley Fulk

RESERVE HEREFORD

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

Shown by: Samuel Lawrence

Shown by: Lainey Price

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

Shown by: Austin Porter

Shown by: Olivia McGurk

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HOOSIER BEEF CONGRESS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

Shown by: McKenna Clifford

Shown by: Haley Fulk

Shown by: Emily Greenwald

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Katie Mize

Shown by: Regan Culp

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Shown by: Lauren Potts

CHAMPION SALERS Shown by: Brock Carter


AJCA

AJCA Kicks-Off New Show Season The Arkansas Jr. Cattlemen’s Association hosted its annual Thanksgiving Classic cattle show and fundraising event at the Northeast Arkansas Exposition Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas November 28th and 29th. Exhibitors from all areas of the state traveled to attend the season’s kick-off double point show and Association annual meeting. Andy Higgins of Auburn Town, Tennessee evaluated the 141 entries and over 80 exhibitors. The event is the Association’s major fundraiser to fund member scholarships and year end awards.

New officers and board members were elected that include: • Blaire Wildy, Manila - President • Sarah Caldwell, Rosebud – President-Elect • Zachary Andrews, Camden – Secretary • Will Clark, Rogers - Treasurer • Colte Mosher, London - Area Vice President • Austin Cook, Greenbrier - Area Vice President • Mallory Hobson, Fouke - Area Vice President • Ryann Grubbs, Delight - Area Vice President • Daniel Lackie, Searcy - Area Vice President • Allyson Morrison, Mt. Home - Area Vice President • Chase King, Pocahontas - Area Vice President

JoNeSboro, ArKANSAS | NoVember 28TH & 29TH

THANKSGIVING CLASSIC

SeNIor SHoWmANSHIP WINNerS

JUNIor SHoWmANSHIP WINNerS

PeeWee SHoWmANSHIP WINNerS

1st Sarah Caldwell 2nd Daniel Lackie 3rd Will Clark 4th Garrett Begs 5th Zachary Andrews

1st Gabbi Litchford 2nd Chancee Clark 3rd Sawyer Henderson 4th Carlee Clark 5th Jaden Tweedy

1st Colton Cole 2nd Chloee Clark 3rd Sawyer Beggs 4th Kennley Hardin 5th Laynee Prater-Gann

Grand champion steer Shown by: Carlee Clark

reserVe champion steer Shown by: Blaire Wildy

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sUpreme BULL

Shown by: Brayden Drum, Hereford

reserVe sUpreme BULL

Shown by: Laykyn Rainbolt, Angus

sUpreme heiFer

Shown by: Chancee Clark, Mainetainer

reserVe sUpreme heiFer

Shown by: Carlee Clark, Charolais Composite

Thank you... AJCA expresses much gratitude to the all our Association sponsors, silent auction donors, bidders and buyers, the Northeast Arkansas Exposition Center and the Wildy family for coordinating the arrangements as well as sponsoring the exhibitor gift for this year’s event. The deadline to request to sanction a show for the 2015 season is January 1, 2015. AJCA looks forward to another great show season for its members.

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3rd oVerALL STeer

4TH oVerALL STeer

5TH oVerALL STeer

Shown by: McKenzie Piker

Shown by: Amanda Bacon

Shown by: Blaine Wildy

3rd oVerALL HeIfer

4TH oVerALL HeIfer

5TH oVerALL HeIfer

Shown by: Amanda Bacon, Hereford

Shown by: Chloee Clark, Maintainer

Shown by: Colton Cole, Angus

ajca 2014-15 MeMbership application All memberships for the 2013-2014 show year will expire on September 30, 2014 Please check one: Returning Member: ____________ New Member: _____________ Name: ________________________________________ Membership #: _________________ Birthdate (MM/ DD/YY): ____/_____/____ Age as of October 1, 2014: ______________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________ City / State / Zip: ______________________________________________________________ County: ___________ Phone: _______________ Daytime Phone:_________________ Cell Phone: _______________ Email Address: _________________________________________________________________ Please circle T-shirt size: YS YM YL YXL S M L XL 2X 3X Check if you DO NOT want to be included on the membership list on the AJCA website. _____ As a member of the AJCA, I agree to abide by the rules of the Association. I have been informed that rules are published on the AJCA website (www.ajcattle.com). If I violate these rules, I un-derstand that points may be forfeited. AJCA reserves the right to remove any points from mem-bers found to be in violation of AJCA rules. The final decision concerning rules infractions rest on a majority decision of the AJCA State Director, Chairman of the Adult Advisory Board and the AJCA President. If any of these positions are vacant at the time a decision must be reached, the other two individuals will be responsible for making the final decision. Member’s Signature (Required): ___________________________________________________ Parent Name: __________________________________________________________________ Parent Signature (Required): _____________________________________________________ DUES MUST BE RECEIVED BY OUR TREASURER BEFORE ANY POINTS CAN BE ACCUMULAT-ED. POINTS WILL START UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR PAYMENT. POINTS BEGIN NOVEMBER 29, 2014 AT THE AJCA THANKSGIVING CLASSIC DOUBLE POINT SHOW. Mail completed membership application and dues to: Jackie Morrison, AJCA Adult Treasurer | P.O. Box 1963 | Mt. Home, AR 72654

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OHIO AGR HOLIDAY CLASSIC

ColumBuS, oH | DECEmBER 13-14, 2014

BREEDING HEIFERS (A)

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Tyler Clark

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER (A)

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Shown by: Sarah Hunker

3RD oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

5TH oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Abbie Collins

4TH oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (A) Shown by: Jordyn Sills


BREEDING HEIFERS (B)

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

3RD oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Abbie Collins

5TH oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Kady Davis

4TH oVERAll BREEDING HEIFER (B) Shown by: Cameron Alexander

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OHIO AGR HOLIDAY CLASSIC s h o w r e s u l t s j a n u a r y / fe b r u a r y 2 0 1 5

BREEDING HEIFERS - RING A

CHAmPIoN ANGuS

CHAmPIoN HEREFoRD

CHAmPIoN HIGH % mAINE

Shown by: Kinsey Crowe

Shown by: Josie Kane

Shown by: Ali Muir

RESERVE ANGuS

RESERVE HEREFoRD

Shown by: Julia Loch

Shown by: Alyssa Talbert

RESERVE HIGH % mAINE

CHAmPIoN mAINETAINER

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN

CHAmPIoN SImmENTAl

Shown by: Bailey Harvey

Shown by: Emily Dahse

Shown by: Audrey Scheiderer

RESERVE mAINETAINER

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN

RESERVE SImmENTAl

Shown by: Abbie Collins

Shown by: Samantha VanVorhis

Shown by: Autumn Scheiderer

Shown by: Caitlin Schaub


CHAmPIoN AoB

CHAmPIoN % SImmENTAl

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Jordyn Sills

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERVE AoB

RESERVE % SImmENTAl

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Allison King

Shown by: Kathy Lehman

Shown by: Adison Niese

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED Shown by: Sarah Hunker

RESERVE CRoSSBRED Shown by: Abbie Collins

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BREEDING HEIFERS - RING B

CHAmPIoN ANGuS

CHAmPIoN AoB

CHAmPIoN HEREFoRD

Shown by: Hudson Drake

Shown by: Jordyn Sills

Shown by: Josie Kane

RESERVE ANGuS

RESERVE AoB

RESERVE HEREFoRD

Shown by: Julia Loch

Shown by: Allison King

Shown by: Alyssa Talbert

CHAmPIoN HIGH % mAINE

CHAmPIoN mAINETAINER

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Julia Loch

Shown by: Abbie Collins

Shown by: Emily Dahse

RESERVE HIGH % mAINE

RESERVE mAINETAINER

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Austin Hunker

Shown by: Kinley Kreis

Shown by: Adam Schumm


CHAmPIoN CHIANINA

CHAmPIoN % SImmENTAl

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED

Shown by: Kady Davis

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

Shown by: Maci Chamberlin

RESERVE CHIANINA

RESERVE % SImmENTAl

RESERVE CRoSSBRED

Shown by: Tyler Clark

Shown by: Kathy Lehman

Shown by: Abbie Collins

CHAmPIoN SImmENTAl

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Cameron Alexander

Shown by: Becca Chamberlin

RESERVE SImmENTAl

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Cole Liggett

Shown by: Hailey King

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OHIO AGR HOLIDAY CLASSIC

mARKET ANImAlS (A)

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL (A) Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

RESERVE GRAND MARKET ANIMAL (A)

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Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

3RD oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (A) Shown by: Samantha Morris

5TH oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (A) Shown by: Nick Boersen

4TH oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (A) Shown by: Jordan Johnson


mARKET ANImAlS (B)

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL (B) Shown by: Jordan Johnson

RESERVE GRAND MARKET ANIMAL (B) Shown by: Alex Witt

3RD oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (B) Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

5TH oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (B) Shown by: Samantha Morris

4TH oVERAll mARKET ANImAl (B) Shown by: Brooke Egbert

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mARKET ANImAlS - RING A

CHAmPIoN ANGuS

CHAmPIoN AoB

CHAmPIoN HEREFoRD

Shown by: Brittany Truax

Shown by: Katelyn Koebel

Shown by: Jackson Grimes

RESERVE ANGuS

RESERVE AoB

RESERVE HEREFoRD

Shown by: Stetson Bryson

Shown by: Curtis Harsh

Shown by: Drew Weymouth

CHAmPIoN mAINE-ANjou

CHAmPIoN mARKET HEIFER

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Alissa Boersen

Shown by: Sarah Hunker

Shown by: Landon Richards

RESERVE mAINE-ANjou

RESERVE mARKET HEIFER

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Corbin Rager

Shown by: Samuel Diehm

Shown by: Preston Chilcote


CHAmPIoN SImmENTAl

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN PluS

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 4

Shown by: Morganne Miles

Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

Shown by: Samantha Morris

RESERVE SImmENTAl

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN PluS

RESERVE CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 4

Shown by: Reily Jacobs-Bell

Shown by: Kendal Widman

Shown by: Cole Hiser

CHAmPIoN CHIANINA

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 2

Shown by: Nick Boersen

Shown by: Jordan Johnson

RESERVE CHIANINA

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 1

Shown by: Adam Thompson

Shown by: Anne Thompson

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mARKET ANImAlS - RING B

CHAmPIoN ANGuS

CHAmPIoN AoB

CHAmPIoN CHIANINA

Shown by: Brittany Truax

Shown by: Curtis Harsh

Shown by: Adam Thompson

RESERVE ANGuS

RESERVE AoB

Shown by: Stetson Bryson

Shown by: Katelyn Koebel

RESERVE CHIANINA

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 1

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 2

CHAmPIoN CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 3

Shown by: Anne Thompson

Shown by: Jordan Johnson

Shown by: Jessica Millenbaugh

RESERVE CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 1

RESERVE CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 2

RESERVE CRoSSBRED DIVISIoN 3

Shown by: Dalton Kennedy

Shown by: Alexandra Witt

Shown by: Ashley Peter

Shown by: Rachael Streitmatter


CHAmPIoN HEREFoRD

CHAmPIoN mAINE-ANjou

CHAmPIoN mARKET HEIFER

Shown by: Drew Weymouth

Shown by: Jenna Phelps

Shown by: Anna Kiesewetter

RESERVE HEREFoRD

RESERVE mAINE-ANjou

RESERVE mARKET HEIFER

Shown by: Lindsey Pugh

Shown by: Avery Wood

Shown by: Jackson Grimes

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN

CHAmPIoN SImmENTAl

CHAmPIoN SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Landon Richards

Shown by: Morganne Miles

Shown by: Kendra Gabriel

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN

RESERVE SImmENTAl

RESERVE SHoRTHoRN PluS

Shown by: Preston Chilcote

Shown by: Cole Hiser

Shown by: Dawson Osborn

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Ranch hoRse or

atv?

People often spread words in the same way they might paint a barn, with broad strokes. For example, we often hear or read declarations of the slow but sure decline in the use of saddle horses on modern ranching operations. Such statements generally include some mention of how the ranch horse is being replaced by the all-terrain vehicle (ATV). Some go so far as to claim it’s only a matter of time until performing ranch work on horseback becomes so rare it is considered an eccentricity.

By Troy SmiTh

on the other hand, there are plenty of ranch folk willing to argue the point. more than one equine-inclined rancher has said, “A four-wheeler can never replace a good horse, especially when working cattle.” The ATV advocate can present a fair argument that the motorized rigs are well-suited for many ranch chores. Let’s agree that an ATV can be mighty handy for checking cattle watering sites, fixing fence and monitoring forage utilization by grazing cattle. The operator can carry along an assortment of tools and other supplies and even pack salt and mineral. An ATV allows the operator to get around a pasture with some speed, to locate and look at cattle. its headlights are useful for night-checking the heifers during calving season. Equipped with one of those cage-like contraptions, an ATV can be used to corral


and tag a new calf, while affording the operator a measure of protection from an anxious mamma. often broadly stated is how an ATV allows the operator to save time when gathering and moving cattle. Some ATV aficionados claim they can have the cattle bunched and on the trail in the time it would take to catch and saddle a horse. This writer has seen that done, when the cattle were accustomed to that kind of handling and the ATV operator was experienced in stockmanship. Generally, a preference for the ATV is based on its convenience. The machine runs on gas and oil. When not in use, it doesn’t have to be fed. Assuming an ATV is well maintained, it starts with the turn of a key and performs the same way every time. it doesn’t get tired, balk or throw a fit. And the ATV offers speed. All of these factors contribute to convenience and that, when broadly stated, offers greater efficiency. Greater efficiency should then provide an economic advantage. Let’s look at the economics, while also presenting the horseman’s point of view. Starting with direct costs for an ATV versus a ranch horse, let’s consider a ride-astride utility ATV which is more maneuverable than the side-by-side style. A new model, equipped with four-wheel-drive and power steering will likely cost about $7,000. A bigger motor plus more bells and whistles can drive the price upward toward $12,000. The buyer of an experienced ranch horse can spend almost as much as he or she wants. A perusal of blog posts suggests that a gentle, well-broke ranch horse can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000. however, a good many useful ranch mounts trade for $3,000 or less. it depends on local availability and the individual horse. The savvy buyer looks for a horse whose disposition, training and experience matches the rider’s own horsemanship skill, as well as the kind of work to be done. The rancher who never intends to rope and doctor cattle in the pasture probably doesn’t require a horse capable of carrying a champion roper to the pay window. But if a high level of performance is desired, the cost will reflect the time and specialized training devoted to making that kind of horse. maintenance costs are difficult to compare. horses do eat every day. Feed isn’t

cheap, but costs associated with pasture and hay are highly variable. Prices for grain and other supplements also vary considerably, according to locality. Then there are the costs of health care, such as deworming and vaccinations. Cumulative cost will depend on the chosen health program. Saddles, bridles and other tack cost money too. how much usually depends on quality and whether the rider is focused primarily on function, or wants some bling to go with it. An ATV can be tricked out fancy too, but basic operation and maintenance costs include fuel and lubrication, plus the occasional replacement of tires, battery and other parts suffering from wear and tear. The total is highly variable, depending on the level of use and abuse. The same can be said for a horse and tack. What about depreciation cost? Generally, an ATV starts depreciating as soon as it leaves the dealer. A horse loses value too, if it becomes spoiled or unsound due to injury or age. however, a relatively young ranch horse that continues to gain on-the-job experience can actually increase in value. resold years later, to another rancher a family seeking a gentle kid’s horse, there is potential for a horse to fetch more than the original purchase price. As mentioned previously, an ATV can be an efficient tool for a variety of tasks. Whether it is most efficient for handling cattle depends upon the circumstances. Despite the name, it won’t traverse ALL types of terrain. When the going is really rough, a horse often has an advantage in more nearly covering a course “as the crow flies.” The rider also has the benefit of another set of eyes, as the horse will also spot deep holes or other dangers in the path ahead. At the same time, ol’ Dobbin may first spot that elusive stray cow. The direction of his gaze or the working of his ears can be a clue to the rider. There also are efficiencies associated with the higher vantage point of a rider on horseback. Able to see farther and view more cattle at one time, a rider may more readily spot individuals with health problems and read brands or ear tags more easily. A handler on horseback is more visible to more cattle too. The combined height of horse and rider is often more intimidating to cattle and that can be an advantage. The higher vantage point, along with the increased maneuverability of a horse causes many

low-stress stockmanship advocates to favor handling cattle from horseback. Capable and well-mounted cattle handlers can also use their superior vantage point and ability to maneuver in close quarters to efficiently sort cattle in a pen or alley. of course, working cattle from the back of a horse is not suited to everyone. Even people that like it may have physical limitations that make it impractical. For others, practicality is hindered because of their timestarved working environment. They also may lack the fondness for horseflesh that probably is required. Those producers probably are better off with an ATV. if they want to be good stockmen, practice low-stress handling methods and avoid over-doing the speed an ATV affords, they can accomplish great things. When things don’t go well, it is not because of the ATV and neither is it the fault of the horse. The cause is operator error. regardless of the handling tools and technology used, a stockman’s goal should be to keep getting better. Toward that end, some people favor a horse. i suspect it will be true for many years to come. most of these people also understand a previously unmentioned aspect of horse maintenance. horses need to be ridden often if they are to remain fit and fit for cow work. For some too-busy folk, that is a problem. other people, who may be just as busy, make time to ride. They generally agree with Winston Churchill, who opined, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.”

Generally, a preference for the atv is based on its convenience. the machine runs on gas and oil. When not in use, it doesn’t have to be fed.

if this writer’s bias is not yet evident, another quote borrowed from Todd mcCartney should clarify. According to that Texas cattleman and low-stress cattle handling advocate, “A horse can teach you things that make you a better person. you don’t have to exercise patience with a four-wheeler; you don’t have to exercise courtesy or husbandry. All of those things are required for a horse, and all of those are good for the inside of a man.”

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coming events

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1 • American Royal DNA steer validation and ownership deadline

JUNE

15 • Ak-Sar-Ben Nomination Deadline - Breeding Heifers, Feeder, Goats, Sheep & Swine

AUgUst

1 • American Royal hog, lamb and goat DNA validation and ownership deadline 10 • Ak-Sar-Ben Entry Deadline

sEPtEMBER

10 • American Royal junior heifer ownership deadline 10 • American Royal Entry Deadline


MICHIGAN WINTER CLASSIC

MICHIGAN WINTER CLASSIC

EAST LANSING, MI | DECEMBER 5-7, 2014

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER

Shown by: Sterling Reichenbach

RESERVE GRAND BREEDING HEIFER

3RD ovERALL BREEDING HEIfER Shown by: Nick Boersen

5TH ovERALL BREEDING HEIfER Shown by: Maddison King

4TH ovERALL BREEDING HEIfER Shown by: Morgan Bolinger

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Shown by: Andrea Urbach


MICHIGAN WINTER CLASSIC

CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER Shown by: Maddy Stewart

RESERVE MARKET HEIFER Shown by: Adam Acmoody

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BREEDING HEIfERS

CHAMPIoN AoB

CHAMPIoN CHIANINA

CHAMPIoN HEREfoRD

Shown by: Brooklyn Decker

Shown by: Austin Hall

Shown by: Brooklyn Decker

RESERvE AoB

RESERvE CHIANINA

Shown by: Claudia Albrecht

Shown by: Dylan Kennedy

RESERvE HEREfoRD Shown by: Josie Kane


CHAMPIoN MAINE-ANJoU

CHAMPIoN SHoRTHoRN PLUS

Shown by: Amber Pickard

Shown by: Colin Trattles

RESERvE MAINE-ANJoU

RESERvE SHoRTHoRN PLUS

Shown by: David Kasperski

Shown by: Mackenna Geeseman

CHAMPIoN % SIMMENTAL

CHAMPIoN LIMoUSIN

RESERvE SIMMENTAL

Shown by: Hayley Albrecht

Shown by: Carl Seidelman

Shown by: David Sours

RESERvE % SIMMENTAL

RESERvE MAINETAINER

Shown by: Eli Vincent

Shown by: Heidi Fuchs

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BRED & oWNED STEERS

CHAMPION BRED & OWNED MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Kylie Pickard

RESERVE BRED & OWNED MARKET ANIMAL Shown by: Claudia Albrecht

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HEIfERS

3RD ovERALL BRED & oWNED HEIfER Shown by: Ty Cool

5TH ovERALL BRED & oWNED HEIfER Shown by: Amber Pickard

NOT PICTuRED:

Champion Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by: Erin Judge Reserve Grand Bred & Owned Heifer Shown by: Sterling Reichenbach 4TH ovERALL BRED & oWNED HEIfER Shown by: Tori Demeyer


MARkET ANIMALS

GRAND CHAMPION OVERALL STEER Shown by: Nick Boersen

RESERVE GRAND OVERALL STEER Shown by: Nick Boersen

3RD ovERALL MARkET STEER Shown by: Allison Boersen

5TH ovERALL MARkET STEER Shown by: Taylor Bolinger

4TH ovERALL MARkET STEER Shown by: Erica Kapolnek

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MARkET ANIMALS

CHAMPIoN SIMMENTAL

CHAMPIoN SHoRTHoRN PLUS

CHAMPIoN SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Clay Daily

Shown by: Nick Stuzman

Shown by: Wyatt Cool

RESERvE SIMMENTAL

RESERvE SHoRTHoRN PLUS

RESERvE SHoRTHoRN

Shown by: Eli Vincent

Shown by: Kinslee Lettinga

Shown by: Kelsey Francisco

CHAMPIoN MAINE-ANJoU

CHAMPIoN HEREfoRD

CHAMPIoN AoB

Shown by: Lance Davenport

Shown by: Brooklyn Decker

Shown by: Spencer Fisher

RESERvE MAINE-ANJoU

RESERvE HEREfoRD

RESERvE AoB

Shown by: James Brown

Shown by: Grant Goble

Shown by: Madison Ellis


CHAMPIoN ANGUS

DIvISIoN 1 CHAMPIoN CRoSSBRED

DIvISIoN 2 CHAMPIoN CRoSSBRED

Shown by: Austin Pillars

Shown by: Courtney Heisler

Shown by: Jalen Boes

RESERvE ANGUS

DIvISIoN 1 RESERvE CRoSSBRED

DIvISIoN 2 RESERvE CRoSSBRED

Shown by: Kare Stewart

Shown by: Karli Jackson

Shown by: Kade Shiery

DIvISIoN 3 RESERvE CRoSSBRED

DIvISIoN 5 CHAMPIoN CRoSSBRED

RESERvE MAINETAINER

Shown by: Katelyn Koebel

Shown by: Blain Elenbaum

Shown by: Dylan Kennedy

DIvISIoN 4 RESERvE CRoSSBRED

DIvISIoN 5 RESERvE CRoSSBRED

Shown by: Spencer Fisher

Shown by: Ben Ross

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billingS, MT | OCTObER 14-18, 2014

MARKET STEERS

GraNd champIoN markEt stEEr Shown by: Bailey Hitner

rEsErVE GraNd markEt stEEr Shown by: Bryce White

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PROSPECT SHOW

CHAMPiOn ClUb CAlF STEER Shown by: Roberts Cattle & Heffner Ranch

CHAMPiOn ClUb CAlF HEiFER Shown by: Roberts Cattle & Heffner Ranch

RESERvE ClUb CAlF HEiFER Shown by: Reese Wilkins

RESERvE ClUb CAlF STEER Shown by: Braden West


RESERvE CHAMPiOn MARKET SWinE gRAnD CHAMPiOn MARKET SWinE

Shown by: Hunter Koster

Shown by: Haygen Kogianes

RESERvE CHAMPiOn MARKET lAMb Shown by: Andrea Maneotis

gRAnD CHAMPiOn MARKET lAMb Shown by: CJ Leonhardt

RESERvE CHAMPiOn MARKET gOAT gRAnD CHAMPiOn MARKET gOAT

Shown by: Ben Weinroth

Shown by: Andrea Maneotis

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jUniOR bREEDing HEiFERS

CHAMPiOn HEREFORD

CHAMPiOn RED AngUS

Shown by: Kensey Mikkelsen

Shown by: Cody Kluser

RESERvE HEREFORD

RESERvE RED AngUS

Shown by: Roslynn McGhey

Shown by: Cody Kluser

CHAMPiOn AOb

CHAMPiOn AngUS

Shown by: Roslynn McGhey

RESERvE AOb Shown by: Bentley & Jonna McCullough

Shown by: Jena Wagner

CHAMPiOn gElbviEH/bAlAnCER Shown by: Veronica Turner

RESERvE gElbviEH/bAlAnCER Shown by: Taylor Vavra


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JAN. 27-31, 2015 TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 2015 4:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting 5 p.m. 4-H/FFA Invitational Calf Show WEDNESDAY, JAN. 28, 2015 8 a.m. Market Barrow and Gilt Show 8:30 a.m. Angus Show Simmental Show 11:30 a.m. Simmental Sale 1 p.m. Angus Sale THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 2015 8 a.m. Hereford Show Charolais Show 9:30 a.m. Red Angus Show Limousin Show 11:30 a.m. Hereford Sale 12:30 p.m. Charolais Sale 2 p.m. Red Angus Sale 2:45 p.m. Limousin Sale 6 p.m. Feeder Heifer Show Market Lamb Show FRID FRIDAY, JAN. 30, 2015 9 a.m. Supreme Row Judging 10:30 a.m. Market Beef Show 11:30 a.m. Feeder Steer Show 10:00 a.m. Market Goat Show 6:30 p.m. Mayor’s Round-Up & Sale of Champions SATURDAY, JAN. 31, 2015 6:30 a.m. College Judging Contest 8:30 a.m. Youth & Open Rabbit Show 10 a.m. Jr. Judging Contest 12:30 a.m. Breeding Beef Heifer Show 1:30 p.m. Announce Jr. Judging Contest Winners 6:30 p.m. Pony Pull 7 p.m. Draft Horse Pull

Market Livestock entry deadline: Jan. 9, 2015

The Sioux Empire Farm Show— something for everyone! sponsored by the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce since 1954

www.siouxempirefarmshow.org or find us on facebook

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THE 24TH ANNUAL CLASSIC IS THE EVENT FOR CATTLEMEN OF ALL AGES!

The CLASSIC features HEREFORD POLLED HEREFORD RED ANGUS ANGUS SIMMENTAL CHAROLAIS LIMOUSIN GELBVIEH/BALANCER SHORTHORN MAINE ANJOU CHIANINA PROSPECT S T E E R S FANCY HEIFERS COMMERCIAL BRED HEIFERS HORSES COMMERCIAL TRADE SHOW

AND MUCH MORE!

F E B R U R A Y 1 4 TH- 2 2 ND, 2 0 1 5

This fancy Hereford Heifer sells at the Classic. Several show heifer prospects featured in all sales!

This bull is sired by Steel Force. He sells on Friday, Feb. 20th at the Classic. Check out all the bulls selling at the Classic.

Buyers have endless potential with all the bred heifers selling at the Classic. This heifer sells safe in calf to Barstow Cash!

The Classic kicks off with the Ranch Horse Sale. This gelding sells in the Classic Ranch Horse Sale.

Royal Ice Sale DON’T MISS THE ELITE FLUSH OPPORTUNITIES, EMBRYO & S E M E N P A C K A G E S I N T H I S S A L E ! T H U R S D A Y, F E B R U A R Y 1 9 TH AT 7 P M

NEBRASKA CATTLEMEN’S CLASSIC BUFFALO CO. FAIRGROUNDS | KEARNEY, NEBRASKA

308.627.6385 | rkbush@frontiernet.net A complete sale listing can be found at www.necattlemen or follow us on


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A LEADING OUTFIT FOR CHAMPION PRODUCING GENETICS & TOP SELLERS

Ryan Went & Family

ANNUAL PRODUCTION SALE EVENT 2015 SALE OF ELITE CLUB CALF PRODUCING FEMALES

SELLING 120 HEAD OF WENT GENETICS Sunday, February 8th 1:30 p.m.

BLACKS Powerful Donor DUNLAP, IOWA

Dams

Irish Whiskey 928 - Young donor dam and proven producer. Great young female

Irish Whiskey 125 - Elite 3 year old and future donor. Flushed successfully one time in the Went herd.

Yellow Jacket 007 - Produced a $55,000 heifer calf in the fall of 2014

Troubadour 3121 - Exciting Bred Heifer and tremendous donor prospect. One of the best Troubadour daughters to sell this year.

SELLING 80 SPRING BRED HEIFERS & 40 PROVEN YOUNG COWS & DONOR DAMS The Went Black’s program is one of the most respected in the country and one that has generated many top sellers and major champions. Join us in Dunlap, Iowa for this one of a kind event, featuring the best from this program. A powerful set of composites including many Charolais, Maine and Simmental influenced cattle will be included. Many maternal genetics will sell that include a great set of Angus bred heifers. Talk to our customers! These cattle will raise the big time prospects and high sellers. Went is known for the stout, powerful females that get it done! Be with us on February 8th. AI Sires Include - Heat Wave, Walk This Way, American Idol, Man Among Boys, I-80,Gold

Irish Whiskey 022 - Several exciting young and proven Whiskey daughters sell.

All cattle will be video previewed and available at ccollinsinc.com

Troubadour 260 - Lots of power and very complete, future donor dam.

SALE CATALOG REQUEST www.ccollinsinc.com Catalogs & Videos Available Jan 10th - Request One Today!

Standard, Dakota Gold, Hobart & More!

Ryan, Jan and Judd - 16746 385th St Creston, NE 68631 (402) 920-1497 Ryan’s cell (402) 276-7431 Judd’s Cell Sale Management: Christy Collins (516) 366-0734 Auctioneer: Steve Bonham


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T HE

SAL E

JANUARY 31, 2015 Saturday evening - 5:30 p.m. CST

Dunlap, Iowa

Along US 30 in Club Calf Heaven

Selling 68 P1 Females and 1 Bull

plus High-Potential Embryo Features A fantastic, well-bred lineup from the heart of our herd and embryo program Also selling selected semen lots from our herd bull battery

I-80 x Hollywood x Irish Whiskey x Ice Pick The full brother to I Deliver

Meyer 734 son x Angus bred to Hollywood

Kadabra son x Angus bred to Heat Wave

Irish Whiskey x Cub bred to Hawkeye (sexed female)

S.O.S. x Northern Improvement bred to Firewater (sexed female)

Stop in to see the cattle or request a catalog at 419.862.0117 Preview videos after January 17 at pryorshowcattle.com

PRYOR Quality & Opportunity Beyond Compare.

S H O W C AT T L E

Adam, Melanie, Wyatt, Layne, Brody, Jax, and Katy Woodbine, Iowa - 712/647-8898

To request your FREE copy of the auction catalog contact the auction manager at 419.862.0117 or visit primetimeagrimarketing.com/CatalogRequest.php

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Friday Evening, February 20, 2015

Northfield Inn Banquet Hall • Springfield, Illinois Sale begins approximately 8:30 PM (following the conclusion of the Hereford Sale and Angus Banquets)

sale features Embryos • Pregnancies • Flushes • Rare Semen Featuring progressive genetics from some of the most premier programs in the country.

online bidding Sale will be broadcase live with availablity of online bidding. Look for details of this sale on our website in the near future.

sale managed by:

catalog online at lowderman.com or lowdermanauctionoptions.com monte@lowderman.com

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to consign, contact:

MoNte: 309-255-0110 BREnt: 309-221-9621 Cody: 309-313-2171 ShanE Ryan: 309-371-7491 RoBB DuiS: 815-858-4129 Mick ShaEFER: 815-953-0157 aDaM SwigaRt: 309-826-3809 coDy cRuM: 217-248-7282


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Sired By Broker

Sired By Steel Force

Sired By Broker

Mcconahay cattle co.

2348 Hwy. 2 - Corydon, IA 50060 - Brad McConahay - 641-344-9244 tiM ReiMeR DVM. FounDation cattle co. 660-973- 4080

Selling 10 SimAnguS bullS • Six two-yeAr-oldS 3 eASy CAlving AnguS bullS • HAndful of top notCH SimAnguS bredS

SiReS incluDe: Broker, Steel Force, Upgrade , Soo line motive, occ Stately


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DUFF CATTLE COMPANY

Female & Bull Sale SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST - 12:00 NOON DUFF FARMS SALE FACILITY - HOBART, OK

Selling 140 Head 50 Spring Calving Angus Donor Prospects 80 Angus & Aberdeen Bulls 18 to 24 months

Duff Miranda 042

Marathon x Emblazon Many donor candidates will sell.

Duff Erica Lassie 047 Duff New Edition x Just Right Full sister to Agribition Grand Champion Angus Female 2011

BULLS & FEMALES SELL ONE BIG DAY IN 2015 FEMALES - Selling 50 of some of the most impressive Angus genetics in the country from this famed herd and program. BULLS - 40 Head of 18 - 24 months powerful registered Angus bulls will sell including sons of Baseline, Wholesome, Ranch Hand, EXT, Total Recall, Missing Link, Joker, Emblazon and Jupiter.

Duff Dixie Erica 2627 Anchor x Freestyle - Duff 001 Also selling two ET sisters

Duff Merle 867

First Look x New Look - A son of this donor dam leads the bull offering.

DUFF CATTLE COMPANY • (580) 726-3313 13990 North 2220 Road • Hobart, OK 73651 Kirk Duff (580) 331-9235 kirk@powerpluscattle.com Todd Duff (580) 530-0454 todd@powerpluscattle.com Sale Management: Christy Collins (516) 366-0734 www.powerpluscattle.com

Sale will be broadcast live on RuralTV Dish 232

Duff Legend 0520

Duff Baseline x Legend-814G One of the best donor dams to ever sell out of the Power Plus program. For a Sale Book (580) 726-3313 www.ccollinsinc.com

Call today for a Sale Book


THE SHOw CIRCUIT

ONLINE SALES A fresh new year... with the fresh face of online livestock auctions. SALE NAME: Drew Miller Cattle Co. # LOTS: Sold 15 Lots AVG./HEAD: $10,083

SALE NAME: Blackford Show Cattle # LOTS: Sold 17 Lots AVG./HEAD: $6,965

SALE NAME: Bowman Cattle # LOTS: Sold 8 Lots AVG./HEAD: $10,493

SALE NAME: Baudino Show Cattle # LOTS: Sold 25 Lots AVG./HEAD: $6,662

www.SCONLINESALES.COM

“The new SC Online Sales platform is awesome. I loved not always refreshing the page to see current bids, and the Watch List is great for buyers. Show Circuit did a great job promoting the sale. Over 75% of the lots we listed were sold by marketing alone. Definitely a great online sale experience!”

“All the new features are great like no refreshing and the Watch List, but one of my favorites as a seller is definitely the Sale Summary page after the sale. It allowed me to look at all my sale accounting 24/7 and get paid as the money came in. It was nice to have a hand in the finances after the close of the sale and know exactly where I stood.”

“By far my favorite feature was not having to refresh the sale page. As the seller, I know I am always on real-time during the sale and bidders always know if they are in or out because it is either green or red. We were the first SCO sale and honestly we were a little nervous, but we couldn’t have been happier and will definitely do it again.”

“I could not be more pleased with the success of our sale. Besides all the new stuff on the system, the service was second-to-none. From the time we booked our sale to the time we made the final close-out, everybody was great to work with. It was a great team effort and I thought it was a Home Run.”

BID. BUY. SELL. PROMOTE. ROLAND SCHUMAKER SC Online Sales, LLC Owner 309.365.7105 roland@theshowcircuit.com

DAVE GUYER SC Online Sales Cattle Rep 812.243.1676 guyercattleco@gmail.com

JEN HUMMEL SC Online Sales Manager 815.922.8437 jen@sconlinesales.com

KADE HUMMEL SC Online Sales Swine Rep 815.419.7914 kadehummel@yahoo.com

BRETT BOwMAN Field Representative 937.564.8163 brett@sconlinesales.com

LACEY CAFFEE Field Representative 605.299.6161 lacey@sconlinesales.com

Give us a call to book your next sale!

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Three time NAILE Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, NWSS Grand Champion Shorthorn Bull, American Royal The multiple time National Champion Shorthorn Bull. Frame: 6.0 • Louisville ’14 Weight: 2,270 lbs.

Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2014 NAILE Open Show Grand Champion Female, 2014 National Junior Chianina Show Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2014 National Junior Shorthorn Show Congratulations to the Aegerter Family

Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 American Royal Open Show Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 American Royal Junior Show Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 NWSS

John, Dede, Sara & Sage • James • Nick John Elder, 402.650.1385 • Josh Elder, 402.650.1380 Dunlap, Iowa 51529 • www.maternallegends.com

farms


National Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 NAILE Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 NAILE Jr Show Grand Champion Female, 2014 National Junior Shorthorn Show

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Female, 2014 NAILE Junior Show Congratulations to the Gellerman Family

Reserve National Champion Chianina Female, 2014 NAILE Open Show

Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2014 NAILE Junior Show Many time Champion ShorthornPlus Female Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2014 NAILE Junior Show Congratulations to the Reid Family

SULL Genetics available in our 3 DAY NO BULL Online Sale ... March 15, 16 & 18th March 15th

FALL OPEN HEIFER SALE

March 16th

SPRING BORN HEIFERS, BULLS & BRED FEMALES SALE

March 18th

EMBRYO & SEMEN SALE

Sale on-line at www.cwcattles.com, as well as videos & pictures of sale cattle. Cattle available for viewing March 1st.


ADVERTISING INDEX

ABS................................................................................................................... 16 Aces Wild Ranch............................................................................................. 35 Ak-Sar-Ben ......................................................................................................66 Alum-Line ........................................................................................................94 American Royal .............................................................................................. 83 Andis ................................................................................................................ 28 Armada ...................................................................................................236-237 Bellar Show Cattle ................................................................................ 258-259 Bill Rodgers Classic ...................................................................................... 150 Bovine Elite .......................................................................................................21 BPF Beast................................................................................................236-237 Breeder’s World Online Sales ........................................................................ 36 Burke 24rd Annual Sale .................................................................................. 57 Bush’s Unbelievable ........................................................................................56 Calf’s Choice Total .........................................................................................64 Cattle Visions .............................................................................................52-53 Cattle Visions - Smoke .................................................................................. 55 Cattle Visions - Simmental Influenced .........................................................54 Circle M Farms..............................................................................................248 Connors State .................................................................................................48 Cool Calf ......................................................................................................... 83 Cyclone Classic ..............................................................................................151 Cyclone Trace Cattle Co ......................................................................... 58-59 Daddy’s Money ................................................................................................. 9 Dakota Classic.................................................................................Back Cover Dakota Classic............................................................................................ 14-15 Decatur County Cattle Battle ......................................................................153 Django.....................................................................................................236-237 Dual Threat .................................................................................................. IBC Duff Cattle Co. .............................................................................................256 Eby ...............................................................................................................22-23 Edwards Cattle Co ....................................................................................... 238 Elgin Veterinary Hospital ..............................................................................179 Executive Sires .......................................................................................236-237 Extra X2 ...........................................................................................................60 Factory Direct Group ...................................................................................249 First Choice On-Line Livestock Sales ..........................................................40 First Class Female Sale Thank You ............................................................. 255 Focus Marketing Group Inc. ..........................................................................51 Forbes & Graham ........................................................................................... 61 Fraker Show Cattle ......................................................................................... 38 Frozen Gold ................................................................................................. IFC Gibson County Preview ............................................................................... 154 Goddard Cattle Company .............................................................................. 7 Golden Flo.......................................................................................................42 Good Fellas Bull & Bred Sale ...................................................................... 253 Griswold Cattle ................................................................................................. 9 Hartman Cattle Co. ........................................................................................65 Holmes Show Cattle...................................................................................... 37 I Da Man .................................................................................................236-237 Integrity ...................................................................................................236-237 Jensen Livestock Agency .............................................................................123 Jose................................................................................................................. 237 Katina, Show Photo .......................................................................................167 Kelly Cattle Co.......................................................................................250-251 Kent Feeds .......................................................................................................30 Kentucky Beef Expo ......................................................................................152 KSU Kick-Off Show ......................................................................................155 Landshark................................................................................................236-237 Linde’s Livestock Photos .............................................................................. 195 LubriSyn Livestock.......................................................................................... 34 Lucy, Photos By ..............................................................................................143 Magness Land & Cattle Online Heifer Sale ................................................ 63 Martin Livestock .......................................................................................... IBC McConhay Cattle Co................................................................................... 253 Mid-Continent Farms....................................................................................... 3 Milan FFA Jackpot ....................................................................................... 160 Missouri AGR Classic .................................................................................. 156

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Money In The Tank.......................................................................................248 Monopoly ...............................................................................................236-237 Moonlight ........................................................................................................ 43 MU Block & Bridle Steer & Heifer Show ....................................................157 Murphy Trailer Sales ....................................................................................... 27 NCC ............................................................................................................... 233 No Worries..............................................................................................236-237 North MO Prospect Show .......................................................................... 160 NWMSU AGR Green & Gold Classic ...................................................... 160 OXY-GEN.......................................................................................................44 PBS Animal Health .........................................................................................50 Pearl’s Pics.......................................................................................................141 Polzin Cattle .................................................................................................... 33 Power & Balance ....................................................................................236-237 Prairie View Farms ............................................................................................8 Pryority One Sale ......................................................................................... 247 Purdue AGR Preview Show ......................................................................... 159 Purple Reign ...................................................................................................... 5 Rebel Soul ......................................................................................................245 Red Hill FFA Classic..................................................................................... 158 Reimann Ranch Complete Dispersal .......................................................12-13 Ring Ready .............................................................................................234-235 Riverode ...........................................................................................................94 Rizing Sun ...............................................................................................236-237 Rural Route Creations ...................................................................................179 Safety Zone Calf Catchers ............................................................................49 Samantha Yonkers......................................................................................... 252 SC Onlines Sales ...................................................................................123, 257 SDSU AGR Jackrabbit Classic ....................................................................161 SEK Genetics .................................................................................................. 18 Show Circuit - Deadlines ............................................................................. 232 Show Circuit - E Blast................................................................................... 210 Show Circuit - Index ad .................................................................................. 67 Show Circuit - Moving form........................................................................ 188 Show Circuit - Sire Package ......................................................................... 131 Show Circuit - Subscription ...........................................................................94 Show Circuit - Web ....................................................................................... 171 Show Rite .........................................................................................................26 Showbloom ...................................................................................................... 32 Showin’ For a Cure ....................................................................................... 160 Showin’ for Scott ..............................................................................................71 showsteers.com ...............................................................................................45 ShowTec Feeds................................................................................................ 29 Sioux Empire Farm Show ............................................................................. 232 Smokestack .............................................................................................236-237 Smokin Bob .....................................................................................................20 Southwest Simmental Group Sale ................................................................ 62 Stand Alone Feeds .......................................................................................246 StixGear ..........................................................................................................241 Sullivan Farms ........................................................................................ 260-261 Sullivan Ranch ...................................................................................................4 Sullivan Supply ............................................................................................10-11 Sunglo Feeds ............................................................................................. 24-25 The Boss Livestock Dryer ...............................................................................31 The Rock Online Sale ..................................................................................254 Thompson Show Steers ..................................................................................17 Top Sires ..................................................................................................242-243 Top Sires Frozen Treasure Online Sale.......................................................244 U of I Spring Showdown .............................................................................. 162 Van Allan .........................................................................................................167 VCCP Elite Production Sale .......................................................................240 Wagonhammer Ranches ..............................................................................246 Weaver Leather ......................................................................................... 46-47 Went Blacks .......................................................................................Cover, 239 Werning Production Sale-SD ........................................................................ 39 Western Elite Foundation Female Sale ........................................................ 19 Wilson Trailer Company................................................................................. 41 WIU Hoof & Horn Show...............................................................................163


Martin Livestockâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Paris, Illinois

- SELLING 110 HEAD -

15 SimAngus & MaineTainer Bulls 85 Heavy-Bred Heifers 10 Heavy-Bred Cows Sexed Pregnancies & Frozen Embryos The very best of our 2014 bulls crop in the SimAngus and MaineTainer divisions - Some really stout ET bulls will sell! Also featuring a fantastic lineup of Feb-April calving bred heifers with heavy AI service and several breeds selling. This is a really deep offering!

On Display Now Stop In or Call for Details Watch for catalog and videos of every animal at martindreamgirls.com!

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The Jimmy & Mandy Martin Family PO Box 164 - Bargersville, IN 46106 317/431-0618 CB Boland: 217/808-0683 | Bugar Lehnert: 931/224-3565 martinlivestock@aol.com | www.martinlivestockin.com

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Jan / Feb 2015  

The Show Circuit January/February 2015