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Volume 21 • Issue 3 APRIL 2018

Popular 50% Maine Anjou

THF/PHAF

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CONTENTS

VOLUME 21 • ISSUE 3

Volume 21 • Issue 3 APRIL 2018

Popular 50% Maine Anjou

THF/PHAF

NO GUTS NO GLORY

BLACK POWER PLAY

THF/PHAF

TRUMP TRAIN

Bred to Simplify

SIMPLIFY

#1 Bull for 1st & 2nd Calvers

AMERICAN PHAROAH

Quarter Horse Neck, Body Builder Power

GOLDIE LOCKS

Delivering Big Results in 2018!

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MATT LAUTNER CATTLE

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ON THE COVER

No Guts No Glory / Black Power Play American Pharoah / Goldie Locks Trump Train / Simplify

LAUTNER MATT LAUTNER CATTLE CALL/TEXT MLC OFFICE: 515-391-9540 FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $500

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April

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KENTUCKY................................................................April 7 & 8

OKLAHOMA (Cattle, Sheep, Goat, Swine)......................May 5 & 6

TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Burley Fields Livestock Center, Horse Cave, KY

PROFESSORS... Wess Richey, Taylor Harrison, Tylee Williams , Joe Beckett, Andy Higgins

OHIO (Cattle, Sheep, Goat, Swine).........................April 14 & 15

TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Grady County Fairgrounds, Chickasha, Oklahoma PROFESSORS... Joel Judge, Collin Listen, Luke Parr, Charles Hill, Taylor Harrison, Tylee Williams, Chris (Chief) Ellison

TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Madison County Fairgrounds, London, Ohio

PROFESSORS... Wess Richey, Taylor Harrison, Tylee Williams Nathan Campbell, Mason Awald, Megan Hunt, Jason Manning, Cooper Bounds, Bailey Bergherm, Madison Banbury, Jeff Greene, Jordan Fledderjohann.

IOWA.....................................................................April 21 & 22 TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Clarke County Fairgrounds, Osceola, IA

ILLINOIS.....................................................................May 5 & 6 TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Black Hawk East - Kewanee, IL PROFESSORS...Josh Elder, Tracy Coffland, Dan Hoge, Mark Hoge, Mary Kate Mardesen, Tracy Coffland, Tyler Gradert, Cory and Ryan Malone, Robbie Duis

MASSACHUSETTS...................................................May 19 & 20 TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Three County Fairgrounds, Northampton, MA

PROFESSORS... Josh Elder, Tracy Coffland, Deb Vorthmann, Joe Herr, Keaton Otto

PROFESSORS... Wess Richey, Taylor Harrison, Tracy Coffland, Matt Blakenship, Adam Griffith, Kyle Lemmon, Tad Francis

TEXAS....................................................................April 21 & 22

LOUISIANA..............................................................May19 & 20

TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Hill Country Fairgrounds, Hillsboro, Texas

PROFESSORS... John Sullivan, Joel Judge, Tylee Williams, Trey McKinnon, Michael Schertz, Taylor Harrison, Kevin Donan

TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM LSU Ag Center/ DeWitt Livestock Facility, Alexandria, Louisiana PROFESSORS... Joel Judge, Josh Nelson, Chris (Chief) Ellison, Tylee Williams

MINNESOTA..........................................................April 28 & 29 TWO-DAY GRAD PROGRAM Nobles Co. Fairgrounds, Worthington, MN

PROFESSORS... Wess Richey, Jess Recknor, Taylor Harrison, Tracy Coffland, Colby and Tracy Lind

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A A A # 1 7 9 5 4 7 2 6 S I R E : BC Lookout D A M : PVF Ellen 9100 BW: +2.2; WW: +52; YW: +80; MM: +22; $B: +81.97 Semen available through PVF or ST Genetics $50/straw, $50/certificate and $100/sexed Heifer.

P V F Surveillance is one of the top phenotype bulls ever produced at Prairie View. He is an ultra sound, powerful individual in a moderate framed, structurally flawless package. 9100 is a powerful Payday daughter out of the dam of New Horizon who herself was a past NAILE Reserve Grand female. The first calves by Surveillance prove he will have a heavy influence on our program in the years ahead.

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A A A # + 18 6 0 6 5 3 9 S I R E : Dameron First Class D A M : PVF Missie 790 BW: +4.0; WW: +55; YW: +98; MM: +22; $B: +144.13 Semen available through Genex.

Combining First Class with Insight's dam, Inauguration blends the two most dominant families in the Angus show ring into one complete package. Inauguration offers a unique combination of stoutness, power, and eye appeal with the winning pedigree to match his look. Owned with Eathington Angus, Woodruff Angus Farms, Head Angus Farms, Dieckmann Cattle Company, Doug Groth and Genex.

Not your typical Angus bull. TGM Compton is truly a unique individual. This son out of Style is out of a full sister to First Class and has the thickness, bone, mobility, and overall look not seen in many Angus bulls today. S I R E: Silveras Style 9303

T G M

A A A # 18 4 2 7 6 5 0 D A M: Dameron Northern Miss 3198

BW: 3.8; WW: 44; YW: 75; MM: 21; $B: 70.97 Semen now available by Dean Janssen or PVF - $30/straw and $250/sexed heifer semen.

P V F

T C F

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A A A # 18 6 0 6 6 1 7 S I R E : Eathington Sub-Zero D A M : PVF Proven Queen 4032 BW: -0.8; WW: +71; YW: +124; MM: +21 $B: +126.83 Semen available through PVF - $30/straw, $50/certificate. Combining the extreme calving ease of Subzero with the power and show ring success of the Proven Queen family offers the perfect choice for mating to heifers. Stacking multiple generations of calving ease, Frozen is the product of a first calf Insight daughter whose dam is a Raptor out of the dam of the 2016 NWSS Grand Female. Frozen was named Grand Champion Bred & Owned Bull at the 2017 National Junior Angus Show. Owned with Talon Crest Farms.

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The Natural is one of the top Insight sons we have ever produced. The dam of The Natural is a super stout-boned, thickended, neat-fronted Windfall daughter who is producing some of the top show heifers in our program. With a pedigree free of First Class and Style, The Natural offers tremendous flexibility to some of the top show ring sires used in the breed today. Owned with Webster Cattle Company and Griswold Cattle Company.

7042

A A A # 18 9 4 4 8 8 6 S I R E : PVF Insight 0129 D A M : PVF Blackbird 3127 BW: +1.9; WW: +57; YW: +91; MM: +26; $B: +118.98 Semen available through the owners or ABS Global.

Admired by all who saw him at Denver, Blacklist will be a bull that will be used in multiple breeds throughout the beef industry. Blacklist is an incredibly stout, athletic individual, who offers tremendous rib shape and dimension in a powerfully balanced package. Produced by one of our top young First Class donors, the granddam of Blacklist is the famous 645 cow, whose many accomplishments include producing the 2017 NJAS Grand Champion Female. Owned with Schaeffer Show Cattle, Butler Creek, and Higgins Farms.

PVF

7077

A A A # 18 9 4 4 8 8 9 S I R E : PVF Insight 0129 D A M : PVF Blackbird 3070 BW: +4.3; WW: +68; YW: +117; MM: +21; $B: +159.00 Semen available in packages through Schaeffer Show Cattle

A A A # 18 3 3 5 8 9 9 S I R E : PVF Radiance 0126 D A M : Thomas Lucy 7360 BW: -0.3; WW: +53; YW: +81; MM: +28; $B: +75.52 Semen available through PVF - $30/straw, $50/certificate.

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Halo is a massive bodied, super sound, powerful individual that is sired by Radiance, the calving ease full brother to Insight. The dam is the famous Thomas Lucy 7360 who has produced countless champions and sale toppers for the Prairie View and Ward Brothers programs. Halo will see heavy use on our First Class influenced cattle. The first calves by Halo have generated extra excitement for the incredible style and balance they possess.


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The calves come easy and will add flexibility, volume and breed character.

HAWKEYE

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MATERNAL PERFECTION

Maternal Perfection is exactly that; is extra hairy, huge boned, deep-sided and sound structured.

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Extremely versatile for raising show steers and heifers. He’s sound, soft, smooth and triple-clean.

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Flat shouldered, good hearted, smooth built, flawless structured with great hair and disposition.

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The definition of power, offering extra shape and dimension down his topside and powerful from behind.

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He is one of a kind with his red and white brockle face, square hip, deep body and flank.

This is an attractive, predominately red bull that offers extra stoutness in terms of bone and hoof size.

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Double-clean Monopoly son out of an Irish Whisky daughter with muscle shape, skeletal strength and volume.

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The #1 choice to breed I-80 daughters, with extra style, body depth, a great look in a double-clean package.

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Charolais-influenced bull, a great choice to add a splash of color and get your heifers past their first calf.

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This gold-colored, pink nosed bull has the volume and muscle shape to produce great slick-sheared calves with color.

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25 STOUT TWO-YEAR-OLD & COMING FALL TWO-YEAR-OLDS SALE OFFERING INCLUDES: Full Brother to the Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Res Champion Polled Hereford Bull BLOODLINES REPRESENTED INCLUDE: Full Throttle, Catapult & Chosen One

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Some Pennies Matter More It makes little sense to trip over the proverbial dollar in search of the odd penny that can be saved. It’s just as defeating to ignore pools of copper that can be had for the investment of a few dollars. “Future efficiencies and profits will not be mutually exclusive efforts to controlling costs and increasing revenues. Instead, success will come from optimizing expenses and performance by building a production system that will yield the lowest unit cost of production for the most valuable calf that can be produced in the operational environment.” Clay Mathis, director of the King Ranch Institute of Ranch Management made that statement at the annual Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) meeting in 2016. His presentation was entitled, “Making the cowherd more efficient and profitable by 2036: Where do we focus our efforts for the biggest impact?”

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It came to mind listening to Ryan Noble of Noble Ranch, LLC at Yuma, CO, who was a speaker at this year’s Cattlemen’s College sponsored by Zoetis. “You need to ask yourself, in this day and age that we operate in, is it really feasible to spend large amounts of capital, real dollars and cents on an inferior production system that will take you 1,000 days to analyze whether or not is effective?” Noble asked. The production system Nobel refers to is a replacement heifer and the approximate length of time between her selection and when her first calf is marketed at harvest. “That’s a considerable amount of time to invest in an animal without having any idea of how it’s going to perform,” Noble explained. Then he illustrated the exponential value of time.

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If you keep the heifer until she’s 5 years old, she’s spent about 1,825 days at your place; 2,555 days if she stays until she’s 7. She’ll log approximately 3,650 days in your ownership if she sticks around until she’s 10. Figure she celebrates a decade in your herd, and assume she’s in a herd of 275 with a similar productive life. That’s 1 million cow days, Noble says. He started pondering all of that harder in 2014 when just about any steer calf breathing was bringing $1,500 right off the cow; about $100 back for heifer mates. “By keeping a heifer calf and breeding her, we were signing up for $2,475 in expenses before we sold her first calf,” Noble explains. “We had never in our lives spent so much money on commercial cows.” With so many dollars at stake in selecting heifers that could return


the most value, Noble Ranch started using the genomic profiling tool known as GeneMax® Advantage™. If you’re unfamiliar, it is a genomic test for commercial Angus replacement females. Among other things, it provides users with several economic index scores, as well as genomic predictions for a number of individual traits.

Along the way, his herd is producing calves with more genetic merit and value, be they replacement females or calves heading to the stocker pasture or feedlot.

that you can’t simply sort and select replacement heifers on paper. You still have to ensure the structure, phenotype and all the rest fit your herd, environment and goals.

“By having solid genomic evaluation, ranked against a large pool of contemporary animals, we can identify the animals that will not perform profitably, the cattle that will fall out No, this isn’t a commercial for that along the production chain,” Nobel particular test, or even for the tech- says. nology itself, though there is growing evidence that it merits considerThat also means reducing the herd ation. Instead, this is an example of culling rate, which Noble says is a one producer seeing the need and key economic benefit. opportunity to take an already productive herd to a new level of profit “There are two things that opportunity, one who identified a cost-effective tool that could help. In really drain profit out of this particular case, the tool cost $28 a cowherd,” Nobel says. per head of every head tested.

Perhaps more broadly, it’s not even the tool that helped Ryan add daily cow revenue, at least not at first. The only reason Noble found a tool is because he went looking for one. And the only reason he went looking for one is because he wanted to find a more effective way to accomplish specific things like reducing average cull cow costs and increasing confidence in heifer selections before pouring so much investment into them.

“One is the cost of developing replacement heifers. The other is depreciation of cows. What causes cows to depreciate? Mostly, it’s open cows. That alone can represent a non-cash cost of $150 or more per cow per GeneMax measures for boosting year on an average ranch.”

Rather than look at the cost, though, Noble considered the potential relative to the cost. If the tool could boost production by just 10¢ per head per day or decrease cost by that much, Noble knew he’d recover his perhead investment in about 9 months. He also knew there were a number of ways—measured by the tool—that this could be accomplished.

production include maternal calving By using GeneMax, he says his ease, weaning weight, heifer pregnancy and maternal weight. Mea- herd’s three-year average culling sures for decreasing cost include rate of 15-17% declined to less than milk production and the ability to 2%. identify outliers for cow cost. “Almost every heifer calf we raise Moreover, Noble figured if he now out of these cows has breeding could pick up a dime at both ends— heifer potential,” Noble says. “Hisa total of 20¢ per cow per day—that torically, the cheapest commodity we would mean about $73 per cow per produced on our ranch was a nonyear. That’s before considering the breeding heifer calf. Now, the most increased value of heifers from those valuable commodity we sell from our cows kept back in his herd. ranch is a bred heifer or bred cow. We have all but eliminated the second Noble uses data generated with cut of heifers from our program.” the tool to identify and cull underperforming cattle. The data also alNoble emphasizes the genomic lows him to strategically breed cows test is a tool, rather than a rule. In his in order to correct shortcomings. specific case, he’s referring to the fact

“There is no silver bullet to success, but cow-calf producers interested in making improvement will adapt their production system with a focus on optimizing labor, purchased feed, and depreciation in a way that minimizes unit cost of production,” Mathis said. “Successful operations will employ proven technology with a positive return on investment, diligently market calves and cull cows to their highest value, and manage price risk effectively. Producers should focus on maintaining or improving genetics of the cowherd with reasonable expectations for improved performance and a careful consideration for the marginal value of performance change. Central to the decisions for optimizing performance of the cowherd should be an effort to maintain a high level of heterosis. Noble’s presentation and others from this year’s Cattlemen’s College are available through the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Learning Center.

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SMOKIN BOB is an extremely impressive, moderately framed bull that has unbelievable bone and is incredibly sound. He is square ended, big topped, heavy structured and pulled apart in the most perfect kind of way, with all four feet facing the right direction. He is gentle, smooth polled, and exceptionally hairy for a smoke bull!

Raised by Troy and Shannon Scotten

Another year Smokin Bob has been the talk of the Nation. His calves have been high sellers across the U.S. plus champion steers & heifers in just about every state at all levels. Use Smokin Bob & you will join the rest that have said “Smokin Bob’s have been the best calf I ever raised and the highest one I ever sold.” Smokin Bob has been one of the most requested bulls being flushed to. Due to high demand, high quality semen is being offered now at $100.

Photos of calves & Video of Smokin Bob:

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Young Beef Donor Development Maximize Genetic Potential: Producing embryos from young heifers gives you the opportunity to maximize genetic gain and capture value on your genetics sooner. Young Donor Expectations:

• Age of first OPU is dependent on the size (weight and height) of the young donor. Most young donors can start embryo production as early as 10-13-months of age. Increased results tend to come with age. • Trans Ova data would indicate that there is little difference seen in young donor conception rates after IVF procedures compared to conception rates in young donors that have not had an IVF procedure prior to breeding age. Often IVF procedures can be done up to 100-120 days of gestation and will not increase the average chances of fetal loss in the first 100 days. • Young cycling donors average slightly less embryos per collection compared to mature cows. • Collections can occur on a 2 week cycle depending on production and age.

Young Donor Management Practices for Success Donor selection, appropriate starting age, & husbandry management is critical for the success of your young donor program.

Nutrition Management: Oocyte quality is maximized with a good nutrition program. It is recommended to

have a simple, balanced diet containing high roughage sources. If possible, avoid distiller’s by-products. Rations should supply adequate protein and energy for growth. Excessive levels of protein and concentrates can be limiting to embryo production success. Additionally, the young donor should always have access to high quality mineral program.

Management of Environment: Heifers should be

managed in groups of similar body condition and size, with adequate pen space with access to fresh water and dry bedding. Young heifers seem to be more sensitive to stressors and environmental changes than mature cows.

Young Donor Selection: Genetics nutrition and age plays a role in the success in the young donor. We recommend monitoring the cyclicity of your heifer prior to production in order to maximize your young donors’ performance.

While all risks associated with any advanced reproductive technology cannot be completely eliminated, the Trans Ova team has minimized the occurrences of reproductive injury, infection and in rare instances, death associated with these procedures.

Outstanding Client Service The Trans Ova team will help you pre-screen donors, customize a synchronization protocol to fit your young donors needs and help get the best results possible. Additionally, a client service representative can also help the client select bulls that excel in the Trans Ova system for embryo production when mating heifers.

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VIEW FROM A VET

Feeding Heifers—The Perils of Over-conditioning

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or this month, I put a request for article suggestions out at many show exhibitors at a couple of the major stock shows in Texas. By far, the request for an opinion on the feeding, development and supplementation of breeding cattle was far ahead of any other information request. Naturally, feed is the No. 1 cost behind the original investment in the animal, and feeding management can be the largest impediment to the development of a successful program — whether developing a show heifer/bull, steer or even bucking bull. First, cattle are ruminants, a unique species, as their gastrointestinal makeup allows them to survive and often thrive on feed stuffs most other animals could not survive on. When allowed, cattle will naturally select those forage types best suited for them in the production scheme which they are associated with. Unfortunately, in all of man’s infinite wisdom, cattle are most often not allowed the choice of what is best for them. As we consider production schemes — breeding, show, market steer, even athletes such as bucking bulls — we have to look at different feeds that will provide growth, fat or performance.

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So with that, let’s consider breeding cattle and their development. Unfortunately for the cow, current thinking in the show ring dictates an animal with a lot of body condition (fat), which is not always in the animal’s best interest. It has been my observation over the years that breeding heifers are usually way over conditioned, which may lead to difficulties with conception at breeding. It can also lead to a reduction in lactation due to excessive fat accumulation in the udder and hoof and leg problems. It can also cause (formerly overfed show heifers) difficulty in transitioning to a total forage diet and maintaining themselves. Many times, excessively over-conditioned females will be at increased risk of calving difficulty because of fat deposition in the area of the pelvis and the pelvic canal. I’m not saying every show heifer may experience these problems – but observation over 40 years has shown evidence of increased risk when heifers are heavily conditioned. It is a culture that is rich in change; from large-frame , massively muscled individuals to moderate-framed cattle with large middles and poor leg structure. One thing never really changes, fat sells and is viewed as much more attractive in the show ring.

Supplements Another question asked during our survey of stock show participants regarded the use of supplements. There seems to be a product for any condition you desire; products to improve structure, products to improve feminine appearance, products to burn or mobilize fat, etc. I won’t speak of the function of these products in other species, but I will speak to them in cattle. All results used in advertising seem to be anecdotal, there are no trials or testing to verify the performance of the products except for what other users have experienced. A concern should be are these products even properly absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract; many should be broken down by the rumen bacteria and protozoa before proper absorption can even take place. Most of the supplements have too large of a molecular weight to be absorbed by the lining of the mouth or upper digestive tract, therefore utilization by the animal can be questionable. Ruminal degradation of many products, particularly those made of complex sugars, lead us to believe many supplements lack efficacy in their representation.


By Dr. Gary Warner, Elgin Veterinary Hospital

Case of the Month Always be observant of your project and be expecting the unexpected. The photos depict an extremely hairy calf that also had a lice infestation. He scratched himself with his teeth leading to an impaction of hair around his teeth and nearly lost all “baby teeth” because of pressure necrosis on his gums. After removal and local treatment of the wounds, the calf made a full recovery.

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Cattlemen Applaud Final Approval of Omnibus Bill WASHINGTON (March 23, 2018) National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President Kevin Kester issued the following statement in response to President Trump signing the omnibus spending bill, which includes several provisions that will directly benefit cattle producers: “Thanks to our dues-paying NCBA members and the hard work of our team in Washington, this omnibus spending bill includes several provisions that represent major victories for America’s cattle producers. “First, we were able to kill the notion that our farms and ranches will be regulated like toxic Superfund sites under the CERCLA law. Second, we were able to secure another delay of the Electronic Logging Device mandate for livestock haulers. And finally, we were able to get Congress to address the 199A tax issue. “These are all provisions that will help producers, and I want to thank all of our allies on Capitol Hill who helped secure them in the final legislation.

BACKGROUND

A further delay will provide the Federal

• CERCLA Reporting: A provision

Motor Carrier Safety Administration

would relieve livestock producers of

(FMCSA) more time to educate our

the emissions reporting requirements

livestock haulers on the ELDs while in-

under CERCLA, protecting 200,000

dustry works on solutions to the current

farms and ranches around the country.

Hours of Service rules that do not cur-

NCBA has been urging affiliates and

rently work for those truckers driving

members to support stand-alone leg-

livestock across this great nation.

islation in the House and Senate that would also exempt agricultural produc-

• Section 199A Fix: The 199A fix in-

ers from CERCLA reporting require-

cluded in the bill will equalize tax treat-

ments. Passage of the omnibus spend-

ment of commodity sales to coopera-

ing bill would achieve the same goal.

tives and non-cooperatives, while also providing flow-through deduction from

• Electronic Logging Devices: The

co-ops to their members similar to the

bill includes a provision that would

old Section 199 deduction for domestic

grant livestock haulers an exemption

production activities.

from ELDs until September 30, 2018.

Outdoor Life Apps to Try You can tell the difference between an Angus cow and a Akahushi one a mile away, but have you ever wondered what kind of bird is sitting on that fence post? An free app from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology – named Merlin – will help you do that on your phone. You can take a photo of the bird, or if it flies away before you can snap a pic, answer a few questions to get get an ID.

For your kids that like playing Pokémon, try an app called Seek. This app encourages users to take photos of wildlife and start a collection, even earning badges for the number of different animals collected. Seek is also free and can educate users on what types of wildlife can be found in your location.

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SC ANNOUNCEMENTS From the Strange News Files...

McDonald’s Announces Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions In mid-March, McDonald’s released plans to cut emissions by 36% by 2030. The company says it will work with its supply chains and restaurants to be more efficient and “elevating and supporting sustainable agricultural practices. In collaboration with thousands of franchisees, suppliers and producers, McDonald’s will prioritize action on the

Drovers writer Wyatt Bechtel recently reported on a Feral Cattle Culling project on the Hawaiian island of Maui. The Kahikinui Project was created by a local community in east Maui trying to restore the area’s watershed and native forest. They plan to remove not just feral cattle but also goats and pigs, with the intention of fencing off 4,500 acres by June 2018.

largest segment of its carbon footprint: beef production, restaurant energy usage and sourcing, packaging and waste. These segments combined for approximately 64% of McDonald’s global emissions.” What this means for beef producers is yet to be seen, but definitely something to keep your eye on.

Water Trough Level May be Key to Spread of E. Coli in Cattle According to Science Daily, research at Cornell has shown water troughs are a conduit for the spread of E. Coli in cattle, which can also spread to humans. The study was just published in the journal Plos One. “Water troughs appeared in our mathematical model as a place where water can get contaminated and a potential place where we could break the cycle,” said Renata Ivanek, associate professor of epidemiology and the paper’s senior author. The hypothesis was then tested in the field -- with surprising results. A vaccine to reduce bacterial shedding in cows exists, but the beef industry has little incentive to use it, partly due to cost, and the industry does not benefit from labeling beef as “E. coli safe,” Ivanek said. So Ivanek and a research team of 20 co-authors conducted a study to identify other ways to reduce the bacteria’s prevalence in cattle, which can vary over the year from zero to 100 percent of cows in a feedlot car-

rying the bacteria, with rates generally rising in the summer. The group ran control trials in a feedlot over two summers. This involved reducing the water volume in troughs in randomly selected treatment pens and leaving the volume unchanged in control pens. They expected that reducing the water levels in troughs would prevent the spread of E. coli. Instead they found that it increased spread; in the treatment pens, the odds of finding shiga toxin-producing E. coli in cows was about 30 percent higher than in the control pens.

why more water in troughs reduced E. coli in cows, but Ivanek questions whether the lower volume made it easier for cows to swallow debris at the bottom of tanks, or whether a fuller tank reduced E. coli concentrations. Next steps include repeating the results in other feedlots, evaluating the effectiveness and cost benefit of using more water to reduce E. coli, investigating how seasons and temperatures play a role in prevalence of E. coli, and understanding the actual mechanisms that led to the results.

“Our modeling studies did pick up the right parts of the system,” Ivanek said, “but the mechanism that we postulated is the opposite from what we thought.” More research is needed to determine

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Animal breeding and genetics isn’t just a family business for Dale and Holly Hummel at Cabery, Illinois; it is a lifestyle that they are teaching their four children. Both Dale and Holly grew up showing livestock and were members of members of FFA Livestock Judging teams that excelled at the national level. They also judged at the collegiate level. Dale was an animal science professor for more than 15 years and coached livestock judging teams before retiring early to focus on the family business. The Hummel family has operated Select Exotics, a Savannah cat breeding program, for more than 20 years and began breeding Boer goats eight years ago. Read on to find out what Dylan, Tara, Chase and Kadie enjoy on and off the circuit…

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Chase Hummel

Age: 13

Species and Breeds of Livestock You Show: Boer Goats

Favorite Movie: War for the Planet of the Apes, the new version.

What is your favorite show and why: NAILE, I love the expo center where it’s held.

Favorite food: Hot Wings

Favorite Show memory: One of the first times when I was showing at the state fair.

College or Career goals: Genetic Engineer as a future job

Favorite all time show animal: A little boer goat I had called 79. Boer Goats are my favorite breed overall.

Quote or motto you follow: I have no specific one, but I do go with the ideals of Ian Malcolm from Michael Crichton’s Book: Jurassic Park. For instance, “Humans don’t have the power to save or destroy the planet, but maybe we have the power to save ourselves.”

Any good luck charms or rituals before the show: No Favorite out of ring activity: Reading

Who I thank for help in the ring: My parents, who taught me what I know about showing and livestock judging.

Favorite book or author: Stuart Gibbs

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Dylan Hummel Age: 18

Species and breeds of livestock you show: Boer Goats What is your favorite show and why? My favorite show was the Illinois State Fair in 2011. This was one of my first years showing goats and the entire year I had been excited to show here. Going into the show I didn’t know what to expect, and I was hoping to place in the top few in my class. I ended up winning my class, and then going on to win the middleweight division, so this in itself was unbelievable. In the grand drive I worked hard to make sure my animal looked the part and couldn’t have been more surprised and excited when the judge shook my hand for Grand overall! What is your favorite show memory and why: My favorite show memory was also at the Illinois State Fair in 2011. Before the Sale of Champions about a week after the show, exhibitors in the sale showcase their animals in a tent where everyone that visits the fair can stop in to ask questions and interact with them. It was a great experience to spend the week with family and making friends with others in the industry. Tell us about your all-time favorite show animal: My favorite show animal was my wether that I had over 2015 into January 2016 for Denver. I ended up placing reserve in the mediumweight division which was a huge accomplishment at a national show. Overall, he was a well-balanced, strong profiling wether combined with a good deal of power. What was most notable was his unique coloration as he had a unique combination of black and white. Do you have anything you keep in your show box for good luck or any good luck rituals on show day? On show day I generally would always set my goat up immediately before going into the show ring. No matter how much you’ve worked with them it always feels good to make sure the animal is going to cooperate, and it gives them the queue that it’s time to focus.

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Least favorite show-day or show-barn activity: For the most part it’s always nice to work with your animals and see the day to day progress that your work is doing. One of the things that proved to be a difficult task each time was feeding and bedding our outdoor shelters in subzero temperatures. It was one of those things that isn’t always enjoyable but has to be done.

What are your college or career goals: As a freshman in college I am still trying to figure out what I’d like to major in specifically, although I am confident I’d like to be involved in business. I’m hoping to try a couple different internships over the next few summers to explore some of the various career paths, but eventually I am interested in running my own business of some sort.

What do you like to do outside of the barn/ show ring: Outside of the showing and raising livestock I was passionate about baseball and motocross. When I was younger I had always wanted to get involved in racing dirt bikes, and around nine or ten years old I got a bike and would ride around makeshift tracks with my cousin, Kade, and my dad. Eventually, my grandpa helped to build a motocross track on the corner of our property which we got years of practice and enjoyment out of, and almost every time we went out he would be watching and timing us from his car. I raced at local tracks until I was about fourteen with a few broken bones and other injuries along the way and decided that with other commitments I would continue to ride as a just a hobby. Over weekends I often watch Supercross and Motocross on TV and can still appreciate just how much work and sacrifice it takes for athletes to race and be consistently successful at that level of competition.

Do you have a quote or motto you like to follow? If so, what is it? “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” -Henry Ford

Favorite book or author: Ray Bradbury Favorite movie: The Dark Knight Favorite food: Pizza

Who is someone you’d like to thank for helping you succeed in the showring: I’d like to thank my dad for all he has done to make it possible for my siblings and I to be successful showing. He has spent countless hours working with us on showmanship and learning to take care of things from a business standpoint. I believe that my dad getting us involved in showing livestock will continue to benefit us, as the lessons you learn through both hardships and success prepare you for challenges and situations you will face in your future career and in all aspects of life with the right attitude.


Kadie Hummel

Age: 11

Species and breeds of livestock you show: Meat Goats

Favorite book or author: Jennifer L. Holm & Matthew Holm

What is your favorite show and why? Illinois State Fair. I like going to the champion barn when my family has a winner. I also like to hang out with my friend and play a card game.

Favorite movie: Home Alone

What is your favorite show memory and why: When I won Louisville; that was my first time winning a major.

Favorite food: Mashed Potatoes

Tell us about your all-time favorite show animal: Baymax. I won Louisville with him.

What are your college or career goals: Play basketball in college and pass down the next generation of the family business

Do you have anything you keep in your show box for good luck or any good luck rituals on show day? No.

Do you have a quote or motto you like to follow? If so, what is it? Stay positive and never give up.

Least favorite show-day or show-barn activity: Water Buckets

Who is someone you’d like to thank for helping you succeed in the showring: My mom and dad, Holly and Dale Hummel.

What do you like to do outside of the barn/show ring: I play basketball and run track and next year I plan to play volleyball.

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Tara Hummel

Age: 16

Species and breeds of livestock you show: cattle, sheep, goats

Favorite book or author: J.K. Rowling

What is your favorite show and why? Kansas City. 1st national show to start off the national show season.

Favorite movie: Harry Potter series

What is your favorite show memory and why: Being Grand Champ at Kansas City & Reserve at Denver in the same show season.

Favorite food: Mashed Potatoes

Tell us about your all-time favorite show animal: A goat named Cape. He was such a sweetheart. When I would walk away from the pen, he would cry & jump on his front gate. Do you have anything you keep in your show box for good luck or any good luck rituals on show day? I have a pair of socks with alpacas on them that I wear on show day. Least favorite show-day or show-barn activity: Having to put the goats on the truck at terminal shows. What do you like to do outside of the barn/show ring: 4-H member. FFA officer, NHS officer, play volleyball

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What are your college or career goals: Getting Bachelor’s degree & come home to take over family business Do you have a quote or motto you like to follow? If so, what is it? “Nothing will work unless you do.” – Maya Angelou Who is someone you’d like to thank for helping you succeed in the showring: Parents Dale & Holly Hummel & HL Manager Craig Benoit


UNL BLOCK & BRIDLE BIG RED BEEF SHOW MARCH 2-3, 2018 // GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Ansley Maronde

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Kathlyn Hauxwell

RING A HEIFERS

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Jace Stagemeyer

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Mason Walker

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RING B MARKET ANIMALS

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Kathlyn Hauxwell

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL Ansley Maronde

RING B HEIFERS

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Mason Walker

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Malina Lindstrom

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ILLINOIS BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 24-25, 2018 // SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Keegan Murphy

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Ashtin Guyer

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Shaelye Varner

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Dalton Line

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU Max Bedecker

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER

CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

RESERVE MARKET HEIFER

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE HEREFORD

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

Amber Lee

Braden Colbert

Trevor Frerichs

Riley Johnson

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Tara Hummel

Kashen Ellerbrock

Kashen Ellerbrock

Sam Nightingale

Morgan Huls

Sydney Wisnefski

Kade Gensini

Abby Kuppler


ILLINOIS BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 24-25, 2018 // SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION AOB Tanner Foose

RESERVE AOB Jocelyn Krueger

RESERVE CHIANINA Nolan Lukach

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SHOW RESULTS

BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION AOB Carter Hoge

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Nalaney Guyer

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Carter Hoge

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Abbie Kelly

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENT SIMMENTAL Millie Lashmett

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ILLINOIS BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 24-25, 2018 // SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL

CHAMPION HEREFORD

CHAMPION POLLED HEREFORD

RESERVE COMMERCIAL

RESERVE HEREFORD

RESERVE POLLED HEREFORD

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

Olivia Caldwell

Anne Dameron

Reese Anderson

Lauryn Mool

Dellana Muck

Alexis Black

Kesler Collins

John Gellerman

Nolan Hoge

Paige Lemenager

Mason Campbell

Korbin Collins

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION LOW PERCENT SIMMENTAL RESERVE ANGUS Sydney Wisnefski

Ella Brooks

RESERVE AOB

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

RESERVE MAINETAINER

RESERVE HIGH PERCENT SIMMENTAL

Jamie Moore

NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION CHIANINA Nolan Hoge

RESERVE CHIANINA Olivia Caldwell

RESERVE LOW PERCENT SIMMENTAL Brandon Hickey

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Kade Gensini

Sawyer Schlipf

Olivia Caldwell


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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINETAINER Jaxson Schrag

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Charlie Hudgins

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Grace Aust

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Logan McCree

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Sophia Valencia

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THE KANSAS CLASSIC

FEBRUARY 3-4, 2018 \\ HUTCHINSON, KANSAS

RING A HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Ben Nikkel

SUPREME CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Jake Nikkel

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION AOB Elliston Morey

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION RED ANGUS Gabryelle Gilliam

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Paige Miller

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RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Charlie Hudgins

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Sophia Valencia

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER Bailey Kroupa

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Paige Miller

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Lauren Aust

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THE KANSAS CLASSIC

FEBRUARY 3-4, 2018 \\ HUTCHINSON, KANSAS

RING B HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Lucas Wisnefski

SUPREME CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Jake Nikkel

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION LIMFLEX Ben Nikkel

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION AOB Elliston Morey

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Ben Nikkel

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Cohl VanMeter

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Ross Brumbaugh

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SHORTHORN Blake Peterson

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CHIANINA Cordon Selke

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Harper Henney

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CASS COUNTY ROYAL PREVIEW MARCH 11, 2018 \\ LOGANSPORT, INDIANA

RING A HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Collin Deatsman

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Grady Tebo

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE ANGUS Nathan Hayden

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Clint Main

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Mattie Drew Doerstler

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RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Harlee Henney

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Harper Henney

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Rhett Howard

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Reece Howard

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Hadley Hendrickson

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CASS COUNTY ROYAL PREVIEW MARCH 11, 2018 \\ LOGANSPORT, INDIANA

RING B HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Clint Main

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS Addie Walther

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION COMMERCIAL Jade Ramsey Neagle

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE ANGUS Drew Brown

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Collin Deatsman

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Kimberly Winner

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Brooke Egbert

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Fox Morgan

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 4TH CROSSBRED Alex Linder

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Brady Turnes

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HOLMES COUNTY PREVIEW MARCH 3-4, 2018 \\ MILLERSBURG, OHIO

RING A HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CROSSBRED Emma Yochum

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENT MAINE-ANJOU Haley Fulk

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE CROSSBRED Allison Davis

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Katelynn Baker

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

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SHOW RESULTS

RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Hayden Smith

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Brooke Egbert

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU Collin Fedderke

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Jacob Herma

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Brady Turnes

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HOLMES COUNTY PREVIEW MARCH 3-4, 2018 \\ MILLERSBURG, OHIO

RING B HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENT MAINE-ANJOU Haley Fulk

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CROSSBRED Allison Davis

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Steele Paden

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENT AOB Brooke Egbert

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aus·pi·cious: giving or being a sign of future success The purpose of the Arkansas Jr. Cattlemen’s Association is to promote the welfare of the cattle industry, to further the education and cooperation of young people interested in cattle and the beef industry.

AJCA

Sydney Standridge Receives First AJCA Award Stock Trailer It is a cold rainy day here in Arkansas, but don’t worry – just like any other day, you will find Sydney Standridge and her sister Shelby and brother Sam working away in the barn! In life, everyone has a purpose. Now you may argue, but I think that young Sydney Standridge has a purpose in this life and she is finding it through showing stellar livestock! The 13-year-old daughter of Jared and Lacey Standridge of Dennard, Ark., in Van Buren County, has started her career out in the show cattle industry as nothing short of amazing. With only three years under her belt, this Arkansas girl has received the champion slap time and time again. She is a third-generation cattleman who has exhibited 10 head in her short, three-year livestock showing career!

urday event as she was named the Overall High Point Exhibitor, Jason Bertschy Memorial Award. Sydney exhibited heifers that received the High Point Champion Chi, Charolais and Shorthorn, as well as the Reserve High Point Angus heifer, Maine Anjou heifer and Simmental bull. Sydney was also named the Champion Junior Showman that year.

the lease went towards the purchase price of the trailer. Doug and Shirley Bertschy of Gravette provide the sponsorship for the trailer.

Sydney wants to thank the AJCA for giving her countless opportunities to grow herself as a showman and a cattleman. Lacey Standridge said, “She won’t tell you this, but she has always lacked confidence in everything she Her passel of quality cattle and her has ever done. Showing cattle and determination to succeed lead her to being a part of AJCA has given her so the top. For the first time in the 30- much confidence; I’ve never seen her year history of this award, the use of love something so much!” an aluminum stock trailer for one year was presented to the winner. It was a Sydney’s love for the industry and huge honor for Sydney to be the FIRST! for her cattle definitely shines through Brad Davis Trailers of Mediapolis, Iowa when she steps into the ring. Her pasagreed to work with AJCA to provide a sion is evident in everything she does. lease for the trailer. Brad’s support of I think I speak for everyone when I say our Arkansas youth is greatly appreci- we are all so proud of you Sydney! In August of 2017, the AJCA hon- ated. Since Sydney’s family was ready ored Sydney at the annual Super Sat- to purchase a new trailer, the cost of

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION AOB Sydney Sanders

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Karlie Palmer

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Amelia Willis

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Tyler Michael

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Calvin Trigg

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WAR AT WARREN COUNTY FEBRUARY 17-18, 2018 \\ LEBANON, OHIO

RING A HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENTAGE AOB Hudson Drake

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Hailee Carter

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SHORTHORN Sara Britton

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Cody Kanicki

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SHOW RESULTS

RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Calvin Trigg

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Karlie Palmer

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 4TH CROSSBRED Alli Pfister

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION AOB Sydney Sanders

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Lori Millenbaugh

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WAR AT WARREN COUNTY FEBRUARY 17-18, 2018 \\ LEBANON, OHIO

RING B HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION HIGH PERCENT AOB Hudson Drake

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Hailee Carter

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Kolten Greenhorn

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE MAINETAINER Jordan Johnson

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PROFESSOR to PRODUCER

Being on the Right Side of History (Science) Historically, agriculture organizations and their opinion influencers have prided themselves in basing their policies on “sound science.” And, for the most part they have, though from time to time agriculture associations have let popular opinion and, in a few cases, traditional thought dictate policy. In order to help the cattle industry avoid the latter I write this article – because words do have meaning and I want the cattle industry on the right side of science this time. Have you heard the phrases fake meat, clean meat, alternative meat, cultured meat, plant-based protein or alternative protein? These terms have been used to describe meat (beef) that does not come directly from cattle. Alternative protein and plant-based protein have replaced the old term soybean burger. Fake meat, clean meat, alternative meat and cultured meat have been used to describe meat produced in a laboratory. Therefore, I propose to call it what it is. It is not fake. It is not cleaner than any other meat. It is cultured meat and not everyone knows what that is, but everyone knows what laboratory meat is. At the recent NCBA convention, fake meat (a term we really should not use because it is not fake) was a hot topic of discussion. As an outcome of the convention, one of the Top 5 Public Policy Priorities of the NCBA for 2018 is to protect our industry from fake (laboratory) meat and misleading labels that do not contain real (natural) beef. If ever there was a time to use the word natural, this is it. Beef produced on the hoof is natural beef. At the moment, NCBA is on the right side of science. The NCBA is correct

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to request the USDA/FDA to define laboratory meat (beef) and to distinguish it from natural beef. Defining these terms, which may or may not imply re-defining the technical definition of natural, will help the consumer know what they are purchasing. What is laboratory meat? Laboratory or cultured meat is developed from animal cells fed serum made from animal blood. This is an expensive process that can produce a product that looks like ground beef. The process is not close to being able to produce a steak – not yet anyway. To many people, this is a process that sounds a lot like a genetically modified organism (GMO). That phrase, GMO, has turned a lot of people off of certain foods – just like laboratory meat will. That is okay with me, but before we criticize laboratory meat too much, let us look at some facts.

“Laboratory or cultured meat is developed from animal cells fed serum made from animal blood.” The world expects 9 billion people by 2050. Consequently, food production must rise by 70%. Agriculture production has kept up with food demand by adopting the latest science and technology. Laboratory meat is not bad. It is the latest science and technology. And, in an

attempt to feed the world, this is good. Bill Gates and Richard Branson have invested in Memphis Meats (a developer of laboratory meat) and in Beyond Meat (developer of a plant-based meat alternative). Tyson Foods and Cargill, looking to the future, have invested in Memphis Meats and in Beyond Meat. Laboratory meat is not a whole lot different than injecting pig or sheep embryos with human cells to grow “human-like organs” for medical transplant. Every hour, six people are added to the national waiting list for an organ transplant. Each day, 22 people on that list die. In the United States, more than 100,000 people need a heart transplant and each year only 2,000 people receive one. Part of the problem is that science proceeds faster than society can form ethical policy or adapt moral values. Nevertheless, laboratory meat may help us feed the future world, just like growing organs in animals will help us save lives. Though laboratory meat will never replace natural meat. We should embrace this science, not condemn it. Again, the facts. In the U.S. only 17% of people eat predominately plant-based diets and 60% claim to be reducing meat-based products in their diets. The rest of us eat meat and relish a great steak. According to Rabobank, obtaining 5.9% of total U.S. meat sales would make laboratory meat economically viable. And that is okay, if it helps American agriculture feed the world. Just like GMO, laboratory meat will be a turnoff for a lot of folks and okay for others. Regardless, sound science will result in laboratory meat. It is coming.


By Dr. Paul Walker, Professor Emeritus DI Walker Consulting

Let us just be sure the cattle industry is on the right side of science. Laboratory meat is sound science. I will never be a fan of laboratory beef; it is natural steak for me. But, as a scientist and a cattle producer, I do believe the beef industry

should accept laboratory meat for what it is, and what it could be, and not condemn it because we are afraid laboratory beef will replace natural beef. It will not replace natural beef; it will be a supplement to natural beef.

Editors Note: If you have questions about this topic, please feel free to contact Dr. Walker at 309-963-4913, pwalker@ilstu.edu or 578 Old Peoria Rd, Danvers, IL 61732

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NEBRASKA CATTLEMEN’S CLASSIC FEBRUARY 24-25, 2018 // KEARNEY, NEBRASKA

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL & CHAMPION CROSSBRED Kathlyn Hauxwell

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL & RESERVE CROSSBRED Ansley Maronde

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SHOW RESULTS

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER & CHAMPION FOUNDATION SIMMENTAL Colton Kleinschmidt

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER & CHAMPION ANGUS Kali Stratman

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KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO

MARCH 2-4, 2018 // LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CHIANINA Zack Bowman

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION AOB Ross Brumbaugh

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Whitney Walker

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU Elizabeth Heintz

RESERVE MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Ashtin Guyer

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER

RESERVE AOB

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE MARKET HEIFER

RESERVE CROSSBRED

Parker Chesnut

Cooper House

NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Dalton Duckworth

RESERVE CHAROLAIS Allison Dillon

RESERVE CHIANINA Elizabeth Heintz

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Caleb Harper

Carter Wickward

Cordon Selke

Addison Arnett


KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO

MARCH 2-4, 2018 // LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENT SIMMENTAL Jake Nikkel

GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE AOB Addie Walther

4TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION LIMOUSIN Carter Hoge

5TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Mercedes Ferree

RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Nalaney Guyer

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION AOB

CHAMPION GELBVIEH

CHAMPION HEREFORD

RESERVE AOB

RESERVE GELBVIEH

RESERVE HEREFORD

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

Redmin Brumbaugh

Bailey Tompson

Hannah Taylor

Reese Anderson

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Brian Gill

Brian Gill

Ryan Wickard

Aidah Raab

Logan Boyd

Carter Hoge

Mackenzie Hideman

Josie Phillips


KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO

MARCH 2-4, 2018 // LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

CHAMPION BLACK HEREFORD

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE PERCENTAGE AOB

RESERVE CHIANINA

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MAINETAINER

Kolten Jenkin

Paige Wickard

Abigail Smoot

Will Blaydes

Allie Raab

Cheyenne Kisser

NOT PICTURED: RESERVE BLACK HEREFORD Maria Day

CHAMPION CHIANINA Abbie Collins

RESERVE PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Remington Brumbaugh

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SHOW RESULTS

KENTUCKY OWNED MARKET STEERS

3RD OVERALL KY MARKET ANIMAL Jacob Marksbury

CHAMPION OVERALL KY MARKET ANIMAL Addison Arnett

4TH OVERALL KY MARKET ANIMAL Lindsay Haynes

5TH OVERALL KY MARKET ANIMAL Cade Raizor

RESERVE OVERALL KY MARKET ANIMAL Jacklyn Duzan

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KENTUCKY BEEF EXPO

MARCH 2-4, 2018 // LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

KENTUCKY OWNED BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL KY HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE AOB Laurel Culp

CHAMPION OVERALL KY HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Cheynne Kiser

4TH OVERALL KY HEIFER CHAMPION HEREFORD Logan Boyd

5TH OVERALL KY HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kalie Flanders

RESERVE OVERALL KY HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Josie Phillips

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SHOW RESULTS

MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Macey Goretska

CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Cole Lauterbach

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE Hunter Lock

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Nick Deppe

RESERVE MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER Dawson Minor

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IOWA BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 11-18, 2018 \\ DES MOINES, IOWA

CHAMPION ANGUS

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION CHIANINA

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

RESERVE CHIANINA

CHAMPION HEREFORD

CHAMPION MINI HEREFORD

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

RESERVE HEREFORD

RESERVE MINI HEREFORD

RESERVE SHORTHORN

Olivia Johnson

Chase Simmons

Addison Wall

Maggie Anderlik

Katie VanMeter

Abi Henderson

Kennedy Steffes

Rylee Steffes

Lainey DeVires

McKlain Jorgensen

Abbey Pals

Luke Crock

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS Kinnick Paulsen

RESERVE MARKET HEIFER Kyara Payne

RESERVE SIMMENTAL Sam MicKinney

NOT PICTURED: CHAMPION LIMOUSIN Erin Puck

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS Mikaela Downing

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RESERVE MAINE Dayton Weaver


IOWA BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 11-18, 2018 \\ DES MOINES, IOWA

BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION FOUNDATION SIMMENTAL Tanner Curtin

SUPREME CHAMPION HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Sara Sullivan

4TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Sara Sullivan

5TH OVERALL HEIFER RESERVE MAINETAINER Sara Sullivan

RESERVE SUPREME HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Chloe Van Vliet

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION COMPOSITE CHAROLAIS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

RESERVE CHAROLAIS

RESERVE COMPOSITE CHAROLAIS

RESERVE HEREFORD

CHAMPION MINI HEREFORD

CHAMPION POLLED HEREFORD

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MINI HEREFORD

RESERVE POLLED HEREFORD

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

Kadence Heald

Wyatt Pryor

Kyndall Burns

Cailyn Husmann

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Rylee Short

Anna Junk

Reece Thoreson

Logan Schroeder

Jordan Johnson

Jackson Krebs

Mara Anderson

Erin Puck


IOWA BEEF EXPO

FEBRUARY 11-18, 2018 \\ DES MOINES, IOWA

CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION FOUNDATION RED ANGUS

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE FOUNDATION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION SALERS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN PLUS

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

RESERVE SALERS

RESERVE SHORTHORN PLUS

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

Regan McClure

Brady Belcher

Saje Ites

Saje Ites

Luke Pladsen

Brady Edge

Pacey Hawkins

Jake Brandt

Brady Edge

Ethan Thimmes

Keaton Krieg

Kiersten Jass

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION COMMERCIAL Rhylee Rodgers

RESERVE ANGUS Rowdi VanZee

RESERVE CHIANINA Cody Metcalf

NOT PICTURED: RESERVE COMMERCIAL Sara Sullivan

RESERVE LIMFLEX Ana Radcliff

CHAMPION SHORTHORN Hayden Green

RESERVE SHORTHORN CHAMPION LIMFLEX Haley Dodge

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RESERVE FOUNDATION SIMMENTAL Sara Sullivan

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MAKRET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Brady Turnes

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Karlie Palmer

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Hannah Weymouth

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Anne Thompson

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Calvin Trigg

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MADISON COUNTY WINTER CLASSIC FEBRUARY 10-11, 2018 \\ LONDON, OHIO

RING A HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Kathy Lehman

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE CHIANINA Taylor Ayars

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION SHORTHORN Sara Britton

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMMENTAL Kolten Greenhorn

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SHOW RESULTS

RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MAKRET ANIMAL CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Anne Thompson

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Lori Millenbaugh

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION AOB Sydney Sanders

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Hannah Weymouth

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Karlie Palmer

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MADISON COUNTY WINTER CLASSIC FEBRUARY 10-11, 2018 \\ LONDON, OHIO

RING B HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER RESERVE CROSSBRED Ellie Day

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CROSSBRED Karlie Kennedy

4TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Jordan Johnson

5TH OVERALL BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Kathy Lehman

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Kathy Lehman

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SHOW RESULTS

SHOWMANSHIP

BEGINNER

1st - Carly Sanders 2nd - Wyatt Osborn 3rd - Emma Yochum 4th - Alexis Perry 5th - Kendall Davies 6th - Sydney Schneder 7th - Alexis Watkins 8th - Lance Brinksneader 9th - Taylor Barton 10th - Delaney Chester

JUNIOR

1st - Hudson Drake 2nd - Beau Johnson 3rd - Ross Michael 4th - Sydney Sanders 5th - Hayden Smith 6th - Josie Kidwell 7th - Ellie Day 8th - Karly Goetz 9th - Jayden Shriver 10th - Ethan Davies

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MADISON COUNTY WINTER CLASSIC FEBRUARY 10-11, 2018 \\ LONDON, OHIO

NOVICE

1st - Caroline Winter 2nd - Darby Ayars 3rd - Garrett Miley 4th - Maggie Mathews 5th - Isaac Miley 6th - Mekenzie Jolliff 7th - Carly Csapo 8th - Lukas Perry 9th - Anna Scheurman 10th - Mackenzie Neal

INTERMEDIATE

1st - Hannah Whitted 2nd - Ellie Kidwell 3rd - Collin Britton 4th - Alyson Simpson 5th - Caden McLaughlin 6th - Caden Hess 7th - Tyler Michael 8th - Rufus Levi Tackett 9th - Hunter Harris 10th - Darcy Howser

SENIOR

1st - Jordan Johnson 2nd - Kyle Piscione 3rd - Lori Millenbaugh 4th - Haley Frazier 5th - Mackenzie Hursey 6th - Danielle Whitted 7th - Kendra Gabriel 8th - Jack Champer 9th - Olivia Congrove 10th - Alli Pfister

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South Dakota Jr. Point Show Association Angus Heifers Samantha Podzimek Trevor Bergh Harlee Heim Landon Coyle Raylee Fagerhaug Cadee Schelske Darby Knoll Jacob Sievers Dillon Kammerer Jamin Leonard Regan Derksen Rachel Derksen Mason Schelske Martina Albrecht

121 110 37 36 31 25 20 19 13 6 6 5 4 3

Hereford Heifer Calah Covey Kerstynn Heim Chance Blum Chesney Effling Kyla Peskey Ivan Blume Callie Frei Blake Peskey Jamie Begalka Sydney Johnsen Mitchell VanderWal

53 50 41 30 15 12 10 8 7 6 1

Simmental Heifer Sydney Johnsen Raylee Fagerhaug Nalea Dunsmore Logan Zemlicka Austin Rose Teagan Scheel Kylie Harriman Magen Tol Kaitlyn Micheel

116 88 57 46 19 18 16 8 2

Shorthorn Heifer Jamie Begalka Marissa Leonard Micah Leonard

61 29 14

Shorthorn Plus Heifer Cutler Michalski Chloe Hazel

43 38

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Charolais Heifers Landon Coyle Logan Zimlecka Paton Coyle Cagney Effling Reganne Miles Ivan Blume

58 36 34 20 14 1

Chi Heifers Allyson Beninga Raylee Fagerhaug Marissa Leonard Hannah Heezen Jamin Leonard

86 25 19 17 13

Maine- Anjou Heifer Tate Bergh Storm Johnsen Cody Eich Calah Covey Chloe Hazel Cutler Michalski Regan Ringkob Shay Michalski Haley Ringkob Payton Beare

85 48 45 21 16 8 5 5 3 3

Red Angus Heifers Storm Johnsen Ryann Grussing

38 23

Commercial Heifer Samantha Podzimek Kinsly Altena Kaebry Dixon Carissa Scheel Nalea Dunsmore Riley Larson Kindra Wolter Mitchell Schmidt Austin Rose Teagan Scheel JD Thompson Allyson Beninga Bailey DeJong Hannah Heezen Tucker Thompson

137 71 28 25 25 23 10 10 9 9 5 5 5 3 3

Charolais Composite Raylee Fagerhaug Paton Coyle Kenidey Effling Rylan Fagerhaug

67 65 25 13

Gelbvieh Heifer Colton Michalek Logan Zemlicka

41 30

Limousin Heifer Alexa Montagne

23

MaineTainer Heifers Ty Bergh Logan Zemlicka Bailey DeJong Hannah Heezen Bella Russell Lindsey Wolles Carissa Scheel Kasey Michalski Talen Hazel Justin Ringkob Bryce Beitelspacher

100 72 34 28 10 10 9 7 6 3 1

Foundation Simmental Heifers

Harlee Heim Jacob Sievers Dillon Kammerer Talli Heim Elizabeth Albrecht Ivan Blume Taylor Harriman Sawyer Naasz Chase Dunsmore Mitchell Schmidt Austin Rose Kaitlyn Micheel Sydney Johnsen Tucker Micheel Storm Johnsen Nicolette Schmidt

Charolais Steers Rachel Derksen Bailey DeJong Kylie Harriman Bryce Beitelspacher Paton Coyle

85 71 43 35 30 16 14 12 11 9 6 6 5 2 2 1 102 63 9 3 2


South Dakota Jr. Point Show Association Angus Steers Chisum Blum Callie Frei

35 18

Hereford Steers Blake Peskey Ivan Blume Kyla Peskey

35 32 18

Maine- Anjou Steers Ty Bergh Bailey DeJong Kindra Wolter Cody Eich Talli Heim Mitchell Schmidt Brock Russell Payton Beare Andy Brooker Wyatt Brooker Cutler Michalski Kasey Michalski

69 51 49 45 36 31 14 13 6 2 1 1

Shorthorn Plus Steers

Kaitlyn Micheel Rylee Schroeder Maggie DeMers Tucker Micheel

Commercial Steers Tate Bergh Talli Heim Kaitlyn Micheel Makynna Heim Bailey DeJong Cody Eich Colton Michalek Rachel Derksen Rylee Schroeder Rustin Schroeder Callie Frei Tucker Thompson Shorthorn Steers Micah Leonard Addison Haase

88 39 19 4

123 59 51 46 40 20 9 8 8 6 4 3 13 10

Red Angus Steers Randi Grussing Chisum Blume

23 15

Simmental Steers Regan Derksen Tucker Micheel Dusty Rose Jacob Sievers Storm Johnsen Piper Blum Nicolette Schmidt Kindra Wolter Kylie Harriman

118 51 34 34 34 10 7 5 3

Limousin Steers Geoff Dunkelberger

10

Chi Steers Trevor Bergh Kindra Wolter Talli Heim Kerstynn Heim Rustin Schroeder JD Thompson Talen Hazel Tucker Micheel Brady Beitelspacher Tucker Thompson

97 50 38 25 24 23 18 12 5 3

Market Heifers Riley Larson Payton Beare Greyson Nielson Magen Tol Bailey DeJong Hannah Heezen Kaitlyn Micheel Ivan Blume Jacob Sievers Samantha Podzimek Michael Kjose Brock Russell

73 60 35 18 13 10 8 5 5 5 4 1

Beginner Beef Showmanship

Kinsly Altena Kerstynn Heim Talen Hazel Reganne Miles Chance Blum Makynna Heim Piper Blum Landon Coyle Rustin Schroeder Taylor Harriman Teagan Scheel

120 105 58 53 45 38 38 35 30 25 20

Junior Beef Showmanship 153 Raylee Fagerhaug 135 Sydney Johnsen 96 Harlee Heim 78 Trevor Bergh 58 Chloe Hazel 40 Payton Beare 30 Hannah Heezen 15 Kenidey Effling 15 Paton Coyle Senior Beef Showmanship 151 Samantha Podzimek 120 Allyson Beninga 65 Calah Covey 40 Storm Johnsen 38 Cadee Schelske 30 Bailey DeJong 25 Jacob Sievers 15 Darby Knoll 15 Nalea Dunsmore

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A PROGRESS STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION PROGRESS STEER Matthew Hawkins

RESERVE CHAMPION PROGRESS STEER Denver McKay

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OSU WINTER BONANZA

JANUARY 28-29, 2018 // STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA

RING A PROSPECT STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER Charlie Hudgins

RESERVE CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER Tristan Fields

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A HEIFERS

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Berkley McKay

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Mitchell Barros

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OSU WINTER BONANZA

JANUARY 28-29, 2018 // STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA

RING B PROGRESS STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION PROGRESS STEER Allisyn Epperson

RESERVE CHAMPION PROGRESS STEER Denver McKay

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SHOW RESULTS

RING B PROSPECT STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER Charlie Hudgins

RESERVE CHAMPION PROSPECT STEER Tristan Fields

158 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


OSU WINTER BONANZA

JANUARY 28-29, 2018 // STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA

RING B HEIFERS

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Berkley McKay

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER Mitchell Barros

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SHOW RESULTS

RING A MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Payton Czech

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Jaxson Schrag

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Annie Herr

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 4TH CROSSBRED Sam Henderson

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER Drew Jacobsen

160 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


JACKRABBITS MEMORIAL JACKPOT SHOW MARCH 2-4, 2018 \\ SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA

RING A BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION AOB Vada Vickland

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Hadley Dunklau

4TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Karlee Griswold

5TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Sammi Schrag

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION ANGUS Samantah Podzimek

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SHOW RESULTS

RING B MARKET ANIMALS

3RD OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL RESERVE CROSSBRED Annie Herr

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION CROSSBRED Vada Vickland

4TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 3RD CROSSBRED Jaxson Schrag

5TH OVERALL MARKET ANIMAL 4TH CROSSBRED Sam Henderson

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET ANIMAL CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER Drew Jacobsen

162 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


JACKRABBITS MEMORIAL JACKPOT SHOW MARCH 2-4, 2018 \\ SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA

RING B BREEDING HEIFERS

3RD OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION AOB Vada Vickland

GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION MAINETAINER Hadley Dunklau

4TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Karlee Griswold

5TH OVERALL HEIFER CHAMPION CHIANINA Hadley Dunklau

RESERVE CHAMPION BREEDING HEIFER CHAMPION COMMERCIAL Annie Herr

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MISSOURI Club Calf Association

The Missouri Club Calf Association is super excited for our show in just about a month and we can’t wait to see all the exhibitors and families! MCCA Junior Exhibitors are still working on putting on another successful show, Battle of the Breeds, on April 14th in Sedalia, MO. Check out the Facebook page and website for more details. For the past few years now, we have done a silent auction at the MU AGR/Block and Bridle, and we had once again great success! Thanks again to those who contributed! We are updating the website as quickly as we can with dates and flyers for MCCA sanctioned shows, so be sure to get your calendars out and jot them down! It’s never too late to sign up for MCCA membership. Your points start to accumulate as your dues are paid in full. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, get ahold of a junior board member, or check out our contact page on our website. http://www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com -Lexi Bremer Public Relations Chair

2018 MCCA MEMBERSHIP FORM *One exhibitor per form, please.

Name: ________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________ City/State/Zip: __________________________________________ Phone: __________________________________ Email: _________________________________________________ Age: _________ Birthday: _________________________ Today’s Date: _________________________ Is this your first year as an MCCA member? _____ Yes _____ No **The first exhibitor is $45, each one after that in the same household is $40. **One subscription to the Show Circuit per MCCA household.

MAIL TO: MCCA c/o Taylor Boland 16281 Hwy 127 Sweet Springs, MO 65351 Or turn in at an upcoming show.

164 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

MCCA NEWS CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2018 JUNIOR BOARD! o Conner Bankus o Dustin Daehn o Lexi Bremer o Mackenzie Mawson o Martell Moore o Olivia Gerloff o Olivia Loges o Taylor Coram

-------------------Adult Advisors: • Brianne Bishop beaf34@mail.missouri.edu (573)-864-8804 • Bailey Dent badgf8@mail.missouri.edu (573)-308-5141 •Taylor Boland tnloges21@gmail.com (660)-641-4148


MISSOURI Club Calf Association

Junior Board Members Present...

BATTLE OF THE BREEDS

MISSOURI STATE FAIRGROUNDS • SEDALIA, MO • DONNELLY ARENA

April 14, 2018

DOUBLE MCCA POINTS Bedding provided in barns Check-in 8-9 AM Weigh-in 8-9 AM Show starts 10 AM All exhibitors 21 years and under welcomed

OVERALL PRIZE MONEY Market Animals & Breeding Heifers GRAND CHAMPIONS: $350 RESERVE GRANDS: $250 3RD OVERALLS: $100 4TH OVERALLS: $75 5TH OVERALLS: $50 Additional prizes added

Entry Fee: $45 (No Pre-Registration) Brianne Bishop

Taylor Boland

Bailey Dent

573.864.8804 brianne2010@gmail.com

660.641.4148 tnloges21@gmail.com

573.308.5141 dent.scholar@gmail.com

www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

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SHOW RESULTS

MARKET STEERS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET STEER CHAMPION OTHER EUROPEAN BREEDS & CROSSES Mikala Grady

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET STEER CHAMPION BLACK EUROPEAN BREEDS & CROSSES Aven Horn

166 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


SAN ANGELO LIVESTOCK SHOW FEBRUARY 1-16, 2018 \\ SAN ANGELO, TEXAS

RESERVE OTHER EUROPEAN BREEDS & CROSSES Tristan Himes

RESERVE BLACK EUROPEAN BREEDS & CROSSES London Bird

RESERVE AMERICAN BREEDS & CROSSES CHAMPION AMERICAN BREEDS & CROSSES

Noah Stockman

Cade Waldrip

RESERVE ENGLISH Aven Horn

CHAMPION ENGLISH Sydni Ellisor

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SHOW RESULTS

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET BARROW & CHAMPION CROSSBRED GRAND CHAMPION MARKET BARROW & CHAMPION YORKSHIRE Brazos Beck

Hudson Hutcheson

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Max Fischer

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Karson Neuse

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Hayden Schroeder

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Landry Barton

168 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


SAN ANGELO LIVESTOCK SHOW FEBRUARY 1-16, 2018 \\ SAN ANGELO, TEXAS

CHAMPION ARB

CHAMPION BEEFMASTER

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE ARB

RESERVE BEEFMASTER

CHAMPION BRANGUS

CHAMPION CHIANINA

CHAMPION HEREFORD

RESERVE BRANGUS

RESERVE CHIANINA

RESERVE HEREFORD

Robert Nixon

Jaxon Yates

Tanner Miller

Tanner Miller

Regan Philips

Colton Neumann

Ainsley Williams

Lakon Yates

Shawn Skaggs

JUNIOR BREEDING HEIFERS

CHAMPION ANGUS

Alexandra Bryan

Sydney Stout

Slade Beerwinkle

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU

CHAMPION ORB

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU

RESERVE ORB

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

RESERVE RED ANGUS

RESERVE SANTA GERTRUDIS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

Barrett Howe

Tucker Parkinson

Trey Ivey

Gracie Clark

170 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

Robert Nixon

Mallory Myracle

William Jones

Justin Rasco

Ty Williams

Taylor Brehmer

Jaxon Dillard

Hayley Basham


SAN ANGELO LIVESTOCK SHOW FEBRUARY 1-16, 2018 \\ SAN ANGELO, TEXAS

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL Kaylee McInvale

RESERVE SIMMENTAL Dillon Jackson

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SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 7-25, 2018 // SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET STEER Dawson Campbell

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET STEER Mikala Grady

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SHOW RESULTS

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET BARROW Brody Letz

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET BARROW Weston Lackey

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Logan Jackson

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Hudson Franklin

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Kory Humphrey

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Turner Matkin

174 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 7-25, 2018 // SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

JUNIOR BREEDING HEIFERS

SUPREME CHAMPION HEIFER & CHAMPION CONTENTINENTAL & CHAMPION ORB Kayden Tanner

RESERVE SUPREME HEIFER & CHAMPION AMERICAN HEIFER & CHAMPION BRANGUS Weston Hinze

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SHOW RESULTS

RESERVE CONTINENTAL HEIFER & CHAMPION CHAROLAIS Lyndsey Franklin

RESERVE AMERICAN HEIFER & CHAMPION BEEFMASTER Shawn Skaggs

RESERVE BRITISH HEIFER & CHAMPION HEREFORD CHAMPION BRITISH HEIFER & CHAMPION ANGUS Jason Yates

176 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

Mason Allan


SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 7-25, 2018 // SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

CHAMPION ARB

CHAMPION BRAHMAN

CHAMPION CHIANINA

RESERE ARB

RESERVE BRAHMAN

RESERVE CHIANINA

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU

CHAMPION RED ANGUS

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MAINE-ANJOU

RESERVE RED ANGUS

Braylee Mackie

Regan Phillips

Logan Chachere

Barrett Howe

Hudson Matthews

Gabrielle Bailey

Robert Nixon

Neely Davis

Madalyn Pickett

Jennifer Stephenson

Haley Vanwagner

Madison Fischer

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SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION RED BRANGUS

CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS

CHAMPION SHORTHORN

RESERVE RED BRANGUS

RESERVE SANTA GERTRUDIS

RESERVE SHORTHORN

CHAMPION SIMBRAH

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

RESERVE ANGUS

RESERVE SIMBRAH

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

RESERVE BEEFMASTER

Audrey Ivey

Brody Mathiews

Mackenzie Groce

Caleb Fuchs

178 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

Avery Strait

Joshua Cramer

Lane Hagan

Shandie Hamilton

Jaxson Dillard

Canyon Smith

Cash Little

Raymie Emmons


SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 7-25, 2018 // SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

RESERVE BRANGUS Waylon Hinze

RESERVE CHAROLAIS Grace Carver

RESERVE HEREFORD Bentley London

RESERVE ORB Kaylee Langford

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OPEN BREEDING HEIFERS

SHOW RESULTS

CHAMPION BEEFMASTER

CHAMPION GRAY BRAHMAN

CHAMPION RED BRAHMAN

RESERVE BEEFMASTER

RESERVE GRAY GRAHMAN

RESERVE RED BRAHMAN

CHAMPION BRANGUS

CHAMPION RED BRANGUS

CHAMPION HEREFORD

RESERVE BRANGUS

RESERVE RED BRANGUS

RESERVE HEREFORD

Emmons Ranch

Ashley Nicole Smithey

Doguet Diamond D Ranch

Caitlynn Smart

180 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

Heritage Cattle

Brynn Harris

Dos Excalibur Brangus

Shelbie Van Beveren

Moreno Ranches

Santa Elena Ranch Inc.

Brenden Munguia

Carlisle Braman


SAN ANTONIO LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 7-25, 2018 // SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

CHAMPION LIMOUSIN

CHAMPION MINI HEREFORD

CHAMPION SANTA GERTRUDIS

RESERVE LIMOUSIN

RESERVE MINI HEREFORD

RESERVE SANTA GERTRUDIS

CHAMPION SIMBRAH

CHAMPION PERCENTAGE SIMBRA

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL

RESERVE SIMBRAH

RESERVE PERCENTAGE SIMBRAH

RESERVE SIMMENTAL

Stowers Limousin

Wilder Family Limousin

Timothy Smith

Morgan Culpepper

Carlisle Braman

Aubree Blissard

Madison Culpepper

Baring Cattle Company

Buena Vida Cattle Company

Pitchford Cattle Services

Allie Jordan

Moffit Cattle Co

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coming events

APRIL

April 2 • SCO • Collins Cattle Online Steer Sale April 2 • SCO • Fosdick Cattle Elite Fall Born Female Sale April 2 • SCO • Something for Everyone Online Sale April 2 • SCO • Plum Creek Angus Bull & Semen Sale April 2 • SCO • Holmes Show Cattle Fall Born Steer & Heifers Sale April 2 • SCO • Summit Farms Online Sale April 2 • SCO • WMCC & Heartland Fall Simmi Sensation Sale April 2 • SCO • Weis Cattle Elite Female Sale April 3 • SCO • Bart Herndon Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale April 3 • SCO • Buck Cattle Co Maine Edition Spring Bull & Frozen Genetics Sale April 3 • SCO • Griswold Cattle Steer Sale April 3 • SCO • Line Show Cattle Embryo & Semen Sale April 3 • SCO • Luke James Catte Co Online Sale April 3 • Thomas Ranch Online Semen Sale April 4 • SCO • Richland Farms Bull & Genetics Sale April 4 • SCO • Buck Cattle Co Hereford Edition Spring Bull & Frozen Embryo Sale April 4 • SCO • Parks Show Cattle Livestock Cattle & Genetics Sale April 4 • SCO • Swan Cattle Co Online Sale April 5 • SCO • Otterstad Cattle Co & Wynne Show Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale April 5 • SCO • Meier Show Cattle Elite Steer Sale April 5 • SCO • Sanders Cattle Co Fall Born Steer & Heifer Sale April 6 • Prairie View Farms Spring Production Sale April 7 • SCO • Day Show Cattle Online Steer Sale April 7 • SCO • Lawrence Family Limousin Steer Sale April 7 • SCO- View Only • Lucherk Cattle 11th Annual Who’s Next? Sale April 7 • SCO • Wilson Livestock Online Steer Sale

VISIT WWW.SCONLINESALES.COM

April 7 • SCO • Carter Airhart Cattle Co Online Steer Sale April 7 • SCO • Open Bar Cattle Co Round 2 Online Sale April 8 • SCO • Fly'n W Cattle Online Sale April 8 • SCO • Carver Herefords Online Sale April 8 • SCO • Holloway Show Cattle Online SAle April 8 • SCO • Keeton Show Steers Online Sale April 8 • SCO • Lazy 8 Western Stars IV Sale April 8 • OSU Cowboy Classic Sale April 8 • Purple Reign Summer and Fall Born Female Sale April 8 • Silveira Bros. Online Heifer Sale April 9 • SCO • 3 Aces Full Deck Online Heifer Sale April 9 • SCO • K-SIS Cattle Co Steer Sale April 9 • Schaeffer/Tice Genetics & Fall Born Heifer Sale April 9 • SCO • Southern Select Steer Sale

April 9 • SCO • Tree Lane Farms Summer & Fall Born Sale April 9 • SCO • NOC Livestock Judging Team Benefit Auction April 10 • SCO • Maplecrest Farms Fall Born Sale April 10 • SCO • Scott Club Calves Online Heifer Sale April 10 • SCO • Nutt Cattle Co Online Steer Sale April 10 • SCO • Carwile Show Cattle Online Sale April 10 • Texas Shorthorn Association Online Sale April 10 • Thomas Ranch Annual Bull Sale April 11 • Griswold Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale April 11 • SCO • Higgins Farms Fall Born Female & Genetic Sale April 11 • SCO • Walrod Cattle The Elite Showcase April 11 • SCO • Keith Rogers Show Cattle Online Heifer Sale April 12 • SCO • Tingle Farms Summer/Fall Born Female & Pregnancies April 12 • SCO • Schick/Haefner Cattle Co Fall Born Heifer & Semen Sale April 12 • SCO • Long Cattle Co. Online Steer Sale April 12 • SCO • Midwest Made Online Sale April 12 • SCO • Holt Cattle Co Bold & Beautiful Spring Edition April 12 • SCO • Willow Springs Cattle Co Girls of Summer Round 2 April 14 • Griswold Cattle Grass to Grid Bull Sale April 14 • Land of Lincoln Boer Goat Sale April 15 • Aksarben Market Beef Nominations Due Online April 15 • SCO • Kocurek Cattle Co April 15 • SCO • Champion Row Vol II Online Steer Sale April 15 • The Springtime Revival Sale April 15 • SCO • Barton Cattle & Frost Farms Fall Born with Future Sale April 16 • SCO • 3T Cattle Co Fall Born Steer & Heifer Sale April 16 • Polzin Cattle Spring Thaw embryo and semen Sale April 16 • SCO • JGB Legacy Livestock & Bush 68 Cattle Steer Sale April 16 • SCO • Dean Volk Livestock Fall Born Heifer Sale April 17 • SCO • CK Cattle & Wager Cattle Frozen Genetics Sale April 17 • SCO • Leifeste Show Cattle Online Sale April 17 • SCO • RS&T Simmentals Lovely Ladies Fall Born Sale April 17 • SCO • Poe Livestock Dirty River Divas Female Sale April 18 • SCO • Richland Farms Genetics Sale April 18 • SCO • Williams Cattle Co Year Simi Influenced Cow/Calf Pair Sale April 19 • SCO • Behrens Show Cattle Online Sale April 19 • SCO • The Fusion Vol II by Clearwater Farms & Hankins Farms April 20 • Morgan Ranch Bull Sale April 22 • SCO • Red Dirt Red Angus Show Heifer & Replacement Female Sale April 22 • Burch Livestock Online Sale April 22 • SCO • Holloway Show Cattle Online Sale


June 3 • SCO • Pohler Show Cattle Heifer Sale

April 22 • SCO • Boys from Oklahoma Online Steer & Heifer Sale

June 11-12 • American Chianina Association Grand Fiesta Jr Nationals

April 22 • SCO • Rosanky Cattle On Online Bred & Open Heifer Sale

June 15 • Aksarben Nominations Due (other than market beef)

April 23 • Goeken Cattle 37th Annual Bull Sale

June 22 • Chiangus Classic Futurity

April 23 • SCO • Wynn Show Cattle Online Steer Sale April 24 • SCO • Buck Cattle Co Spring Edition Female Sale April 24 • SCO • Garwood Cattle Co Genetics Sale April 24 • SCO • Spring Fling Spring Born Sale April 28 • SCO- View Only • American Classic Spring Sale April 28 • Donors Unlimited Share the Future Sale April 28-29 • SC Showdown Spring Livestock Show

JULY

July 8 • SCO • Carter Airhart Cattle Co Bred Female And Future Donor Sale July 15 • SCO • Franke Cattle Bred Heifer Sale

SEPTEMBER

September 1 • Club Calf Paradise Unplugged September 3 • SCO • Schultz Cattle Co Labor Day Bid-Off Sale

April 29 • SCO • Cromwell Cattle Co & Consigners Online Steer Sale

September 4 • SCO • Everett Tom Show Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale

April 29 • SCO • Franke Cattle ARB Heifer Sale

September 5 • Silveira Bros Partners for Performance Bull Sale

April 29 • SCO • Two C Livestock Panhandle Premier Steer & Heifer Sale

September 10 • SCO • Schneider Farms Online Sale

April 29 • SCO • Poe Livestock "American Pie" Volume 1

September 13 • SCO • Spellman Ranch Show Cattle Online Sale

April 30 • SCO • Garwood Cattle Spring Born Sale

September 16 • SCO • Johnson Show Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale

April 30 • SCO • Jones Family Show Cattle Online Sale

September 16 • SCO • Kyle Evans Show Cattle Steer & Heifer Sale

April 30 • SCO • Rife Family Show Cattle Online Sale

September 16 • SCO • 28th Annual Z Bar H Club Calf Sale

April 30 • SCO • Fayetteville County’s Finest Show Cattle Online Sale

September 17 • SCO • Puts Cattle Online Steer & Heifer Sale

April 30 • SCO • Potts Show Cattle Steer Sale

September 17 • SCO • John Knowles Cattle Annual Steer & Heifer Sale

April 30 • SCO • Van Zant Cattle/Stoney Point Farm Spring Born Sale

September 17 • SCO • Carr Show Stock Online Sale

April 2018 • Top Cut Angus Bull Sale

September 17 • SCO • Rue Show Cattle Online Sale September 18 • SCO • Stohlmann Show Cattle Online Sale September 18 • SCO • Lock Cattle Co Online Sale

May 1 • SCO • Norris Show Cattle Spring Born Sale

September 19 • SCO • Schneider Brothers Show Cattle Online Sale

May 1 • SCO • Cluxton Family Show Cattle Online Sale

September 19 • SCO • Burkemeister Steer Farms Online Sale

May 1 • SCO • Cooksey Farms & Show Cattle Online Sale

September 20 • SCO • Frye Cattle Online Sale

May 1 • SCO • Joe Lucas Family Show Cattle Online Sale

September 25 • SCO • Cowan Cattle Co Online Sale

May 5 • CampbellCo Derby Day Online Prospect Sale

September 27-30 • Aksarben Stock Show

May 8 • Kopp Land & Livestock Online Club Calf Sale May 12 • SCO • Ribble Show Calves Steer & Heifer Sale

OCTOBER

October 9 • SCO • Cowan Cattle Co Online Sale

May 20 • SCO • American Classic Heifer Sale

October 13 • Silveira Bros. Partners for Performance Female Sale

May 20 • SCO • Kirkpatrick Cattle Co Spring Sale

October 17 • SCO • Eisenhower Livestock Steer & Heifer Sale

JUNE

New SC Online Sales are being added everyday.

June 2 • SCO • Lucherk Cattle Summer Female Sale June 2 • SCO • Poe Livestock Dirty River Divas Female Sale June 2 • SCO • QB Cattle Brahman Royal Breeding Stock Edition June 3 • SCO • Cromwell Cattle Co ARB Heifer Sale

Watch the website for more to come!

VISIT WWW.SCONLINESALES.COM

May 6 • SCO • Carter Airhart Cattle Co Online Heifer Sale

CHECK OUT OUR SC ONLINE SALES IN ORANGE

April 28-29 • Southern Ohio Spring Smackdown Private Treaty Sale

MAY

coming events

April 22 • SCO • Muegge Cattle Online Steer & Heifer Sale


OKLAHOMA YOUTH EXPO

MARCH 6-16, 2018 // OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET STEER CHAMPION CROSSBRED Tenley Mefford

BRONZE MEDALLION MARKET STEER & CHAMPION MAINE-ANJOU Hadie Testerman

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET STEER CHAMPION CHIANINA Tommy Glover

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SHOW RESULTS

GRAND CHAMPION PUREBRED HEIFER Rayli Cunningham

RESERVE CHAMPION PUREBRED HEIFER Carlee Clark

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OKLAHOMA YOUTH EXPO

MARCH 6-16, 2018 // OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

GRAND CHAMPION INFLUENCE HEIFER Chloee Clark

RESERVE CHAMPION INFLUENCE HEIFER Colton Sand

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SHOW RESULTS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET BARROW Kennedy Edwards

BRONZE MEDALLION MARKET BARROW Hunter McKinnon

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET BARROW Ty Goss

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OKLAHOMA YOUTH EXPO

MARCH 6-16, 2018 // OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Payton Harris

BRONZE MEDALLION MARKET LAMB Lydia Straka

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB Kailen Urban

188 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


SHOW RESULTS

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Bree Taylor

BRONZE MEDALLION MARKET GOAT Johnna Stottlemyre

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET GOAT Kinlee Cundiff

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Silveiras Style 9303 AAA 16427563

What do these recent champions have in common?

Sb Style tyle in

Supreme Champion Heifer, 2018 VCCP Winter Classic

Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus Heifer, 2018 National Western Stock Show

MORE champions MORE breeds than any other sire!

Reserve Grand Champion Limousin Heifer, 2018 National Western Stock Show

Grand Champion Chianina Heifer, 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show

Grand Champion SimmSolution Heifer, 2018 Fort Worth Stock Show

scheetz CATTLE COMPANY

194 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

Jason Scheetz 319.470.6488 jasonscheetz@gmail.com 2714 210th Street Fort Madison, Iowa 52627

Semen $95

Available through all major distributors, including Cattle Visions & Griswold Cattle.


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Yardley

MARK ON THE

JASS

UNIQUE, WITH STYLE, EYE APPEAL, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY.....CONSISTENCY.

Act BW Act WW

77

709

CE

8.3

BW

1.2

WW

63

YW

MCE

87.5 7.7

Milk

API

TI

16.2 111.6 66.4

REMINGTON LOCK N LOAD W/C LOADED UP 1119Y AUBREYS BLACK BLAZE III

ASA 3210989 PB SIMMENTAL HTP SVF IN DEW TIME JASS SABLE`S TIME 53X RSF SABLE 1223R

Owned by Brad Smith, Reimann Ranches, Nolan Ferguson, Swanson Cattle Co, Joe Phiffer, & Griswold Cattle

“Don’t wait for opportunity, create it.” The calls are coming in daily about the power and

consistency On the Mark is siring. They are going to have the shape, power, thickness, and style you demand! His dam was fourth overall at Junior Nationals and his granddam was reserve at the Beef expo, he comes from great cattle, generations deep. Breed for cow power and the rest will take care of itself! Homozygous polled.

198 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR ANNUAL

Full Deck Offering the top cut of all the Fall borns: Red Angus Angus Simmental

April 9

Online Heifer Sale

TINKERBELL GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE • 2018 NWSS NATIONAL CHAMPION RED ANGUS Sold to the Walter Family of OK

Hosted by: SC Online Sales

MISS PERFECT SUPREME FEMALE • 2018 GEORGIA NATIONAL JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW Sold to Blaze Beasly of GA

MIGNONNE CLASS WINNER • 2017 NAILE Jr Heifer Show Sold in last year’s sale to the Oliver Family

GEORGINIA CLASS WINNER • 2017 NJAS Sold to the Rosenhagen Family of KS

3 ACES CATTLE COMPANY

Lydell & Holly Meier Andrew, Annie, & Alyssa Meier 123 Overton Walker :: Clinton, TN 37716 865-805-3594 :: gambleangus@comcast.net April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com

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CE

Brth

Wean

Year

ADG

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

Doc

CW

YG

Marb

BF

REA

API

TI

11.8

1.5

59.3

81.4

0.14

8.2

14.8

44.4

11.3

11.3

20.3

-045

0.12

-.052

1.11

122.5

66.6

202 April 2018 • theshowcircuit.com


CE

Brth

Wean

Year

ADG

MCE

Milk

MWW

Stay

Doc

CW

YG

Marb

BF

REA

Shr

API

TI

EPD

18.4

-1.5

55.0

72.8

0.11

9.7

34.9

62.4

11.6

14.1

10.6

-0.28

0.41

-0.001

0.87

-0.25

150.4

76.9

%

1

4

80

90

75

40

1

5

45

4

95

70

5

99

35

80

4

15


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nmr

Maternal Made

.

AMA# 459900

On the Mark

JASS

r i s w o l Owned w/ Brad Smith, Reimann Ranches, Nolan Ferguson, Swanson Cattle Co, & Joe Phiffer

d c

PB Simmental. Loaded Up x In Dew Time ASA 3210989

t

GCC

GOld Standard

a t l e . c o m

Kent Jaecke 405-408-2440

Owned w/ Bourquin Cattle Co, JE Ranch Foundation, Boss Cattle

GCC Total Recall x OCC Juanada 925R AAA# 17001727

Contact TESSA SCHOTTE for all your Griswold Cattle semen orders 785-268-0470 or visit,

GRISWOLDCATTLE.COM buy 24/7 online at the click of a mouse!

For a full list of sires and pricing visit www.griswoldcattle.com

Owned w/ Glacier Cattle Co & Matt Claeys

HTP/SVF Duracell x Welsh’s Scarlet 161Z ASA# 3141837

GCCO

Top 10% Calving Ease Top 15% Maternal Calving Ease

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I will be on the road coming to your farm or ranch to bring you THE TRUSTED BRAND genetics from Griswold Cattle Company. Call me for all your G- Genetics or to schedule your own herd visit.

John Griswold: 405-780-3300 Greg Griswold: 405-780-0100 Josh Taylor: 918-605-5139 Craig Sand: 405-564-4319

1/2 Maine Anjou. Mercedes Benz x Whiskey

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Owned w/ Reimann Ranches, Billy Wolf, Thompson Show Steers,Kroupa Genetics

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Owned w/ Osborn Cattle Enterprise, Braden and Tim Henricks, and Bobby and Brock May

Owned w/ Fenton Farms, Billy Wolf, Werning Cattle, Canadian Sires

PB Simmental. Lock n Load x 3C Macho

PB Simmental. Loaded Up x Montecito

ASA 2654155

ASA# 3289219

SFV

HOC

Steel FOrce

BrOker Owned w/ Hartman Cattle Co, Bouchard Cattle, & Doc Schmidt

Owned w/ Ratcliff Ranches

PB Simmental. Steel Force x Blackfoot

PB Simmental. Dream on x Sheza Beauty L901

ASA #2531081

ASA #2531081

Owned w/ Brad Smith, Reimann Ranches, Nolan Ferguson, Swanson JoeCattle Phiffer Owned w/ Rust Mountain Ranch,Cattle JonesCo, Show

GCC

TJSC

BandwaGOn

BOOne pickenS

Owned w/ Minnaert Show Cattle, Paulsen Show Cattle, & Campbell Show Cattle

PB Simmental. Optimus Prime x KLS Diamond

PB Simmental. Lock & Load x TJSC Knockout

ASA # 2757819

ASA# 3009378

Owned w/ J Land Cattle Co., Gray Show Cattle, Guyer Cattle Co.

1/2 Simmental. Steel Force x 1829 (Chill Factor) ASA 2511023

TJSC

GCC

haMMertiMe

whizard

“ D o n’t w a i t fo r o p p o r t u n i t y, c re a t e i t .”

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PROVEN CALVING EASE!

Owned by the Hammer Syndicate

PB Simmental. Hammer x TJSC So Sweet 104X ASA# 3185062


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nmr Owned w/ Hutchins Cattle, Reimann Ranches

1/2 Maine Anjou. Mercedes Benz x Whiskey

1/2 Maine Anjou. Mercedes Benz x Whiskey

AAA# 17001727

AMA# 459900

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MINN

daddy’S MOney Owned w/ Jones Show Cattle, Wade Rodgers

Owned with: Minnaert Show Cattle

3/4 Maine Anjou. GOET I-80 x HAA Wisdom

Silveras Style 9303 x JSC Katie 5S

AMA# 427013

AMA #476482 3/8 Maine Anjou, CHI # 387059

GCC

BOE

dOuBle GOOd

Garth Owned w/ Beauprez Land & Cattle and PKL Show Cattle

Owned w/ Reimann Ranches

PB Maine Anjou. Hard Whiskey x Miss Jolene

1/4 Maine. Cerveza x Erica 316X

AMA# 477000

AMA # 442080 1/4 Maine

laSt Stand

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GCC

data Bank Owned with: Blind Badger Ranch and Tolle Show Cattle

PB Maine Anjou. BBBN X2 x Sooner AMA# 46046

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Maternal Made Owned w/ Reimann Ranches, Billy Wolf, Thompson Show Steers,Kroupa Genetics

Owned w/ Eddie Neundorf

3/4 MAINE. GOET I80 x Irish Whiskey AAA# 15459486


Owned w/ Phil Williams Duke Ranch & Bourquin Cattle Co.

GCC Total Recall x GCC Jody 900U

AAA# 19068026

AAA# 16855217

Owned w/ Randy Schurring

YARDLEY

GCC

cOrnerStOne

Standard tiMe

Owned w/ Yardley Cattle Co & Prairie Creek Angus

Shultz Class Time x OCC Juanada 925R

Yardley Royal Jet x Miss Yardley T66

AAA# 18593292

AAA# 18057475

PVF

GCC

the natural

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Owned w/ Prairie View Farm, Webster Cattle Co

Owned w/ Jones Show Cattle, Three Aces Cattle Co. Lydell & Holly Meyer

PVF Insight 0129 x PVF Blackbird 3127 AAA# 18944886

OCC Genesis x Dixie Erica 814G AAA# 15459486

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Standard deSiGn Owned w/ Bourquin Cattle Co, JE Ranch, Boss Cattle

Shultz Class Time x OCC Juanada 925R

Owned w/ Warren Cattle Co

First Class x J&J Queen 414 AAA# 18210325


ASA #

YOUR SIMMENTAL SOURCE!

ASA #

3045559

3336327

W/C Relentless 32C

W/C Night Watch 84E

ASA #

3187005

W/C Bankroll 811D ASA #

ASA #

3336150

2790164

W/C Double Down 5014E

W/C Bullseye 3046A

ASA #

3336320

W/C Rolex 0135E ASA #

2614725

W/C Loaded Up 1119Y

ASA #

3182363

W/C Executive 187D

Call to request our

2018 Sire Guide

or visit us at www.werningcattle.com

OFFICE 605-825-4024 DALE 605-661-3625 SCOTT 605-682-9610 JARED 605-933-1661 27262 424th Avenue, Emery, SD

ASA #

2900283

W/C Executive Order 8543B

ASA #

2658496

W/C Lock Down 206Z

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Advertising Index

1 Eleven ..................................................................16 3 Aces Cattle Company .........................................199 Aces Wild ................................................................22 AKSARBEN ..............................................................56 American Pharoah ............................................. Cover Andis.......................................................................34 APEX Cattle .............................................................37 AWR ZKCC All In 587C ............................................26 Back-Roads .............................................................69 Big Country.............................................................16 Big Deal .................................................................... 3 Black Power Play ................................................ Cover Blitz.......................................................................196 Bohannon ................................................................. 3 Born Ready .............................................................16 Bovine Elite.............................................................21 Boviteq ...................................................................36 Brace for Impact.....................................................IBC Branded Show Gear ................................................38 Brass Knuckles ........................................................50 Burwell ...................................................................69 Caliente ..................................................................10 Campbellco Cattle ..................................................71 Carter Airhart Cattle Co. ......................................... IFC Cates Farms ............................................................82 Chestnut Knock Out 204 ........................................57 Cattle Visions .....................................................40-41 Cattle Visions - Smoke ...........................................42 Cattle Visions - Simmental Influenced....................49 CCR Flint Hills 2097B .............................................37 CCR Masterlink 9053C ...........................................37 Chestnut Knock Out 204 ........................................57 CK Cattle .................................................................17 Class on Class .........................................................61 CLRS Dividend 405D ..............................................37 Club Calf Paradise...................................................27 Coffee .....................................................................54 Colburn Cattle Co. ................................................204 Colburn Primo 5153.............................................204 Cool Calf ...............................................................128 Cowan Cattle Co............................................ 200-203 Crowd Pleaser .........................................................61 Dabo .......................................................................16 Daddy’s Money .....................................................207 Data Bank .............................................................207 Devin Olson ............................................................73 Dew North ............................................................205 Double Good ........................................................207 Double Made..........................................................16 Double Vision .........................................................19 Duello Cattle Co ....................................................196 Elgin Veterinary Hospital ......................................128 Esquire....................................................................52 ETR 707..................................................................... 7 Fireball Whiskey .....................................................46 Firestorm ................................................................19 Garth.....................................................................207 GCC Bandwagon...................................................206 GCC Money Earned................................................... 7 GCC Rim Rock ........................................................... 7 GCC Standard Design ............................................... 7 GCC Trans Am............................................................ 7 GCC Whizard.........................................................206 GEFF County O ......................................................206 GeneSource ............................................................67 Goeken Cattle .........................................................72 Gold Standard ......................................................205 Golden Flo ..............................................................26 Goldie Locks....................................................... Cover Griswold Cattle ......................................................... 7 Griswold Semen/Rockin K ............................ 205-208 Gronk ......................................................................16

Grow & Shine ..........................................................77 Halftime..................................................................76 Hard Whiske ...........................................................60 HOC Broker ...........................................................206 Horstman Cattle Co.................................................10 Hybrid.............................................................61, 207 Jose ........................................................................45 Juneau....................................................................59 Juneau....................................................................59 Katina, Show Photo ..............................................145 Kingmaker ............................................................201 Knockin Boots .......................................................192 Kopp Land & Livestock ............................................58 Last Stand .............................................................207 Legacy ...................................................................208 Legendary ...............................................................75 Linde’s Livestock Photos .......................................145 Logic .......................................................................74 LubriSyn Livestock ..................................................32 Maternal Made .....................................................205 Matt Lautner Cattle ............................................ Cover MEFC Unanimous 542C .........................................89 Mid-Continent Farms................................................ 3 Minnaert Show Cattle ........................................60-61 Morgan Ranch ........................................................33 Murphy Trailer Sales ...............................................25 Nashville.................................................................59 Nashville.................................................................59 New Beginnings ...................................................207 New Edition ..........................................................208 New Game ............................................................208 Nightwatch ...........................................................203 No Guts No Glory ............................................... Cover No Worries ..............................................................60 Northern Made .......................................................54 Novel Designs ........................................................39 On The Mark .................................................198, 205 ONL AWR Cool Cub 7C............................................26 Onset ......................................................................80 Outlier ....................................................................55 Panhandle ............................................................208 Pearl’s Pics ............................................................145 Polzin Cattle ............................................................19 Prairie View Farms .............................................14-15 Presence .................................................................44 Prime Time ...........................................................195 Primo ..............................................................48, 204 Purina Honor Show Chow.......................................66 Purple Reign Cattle Co.............................................. 5 PVF Blacklist ...........................................................15 PVF Inaugaration ....................................................14 PVF Survelliance .....................................................14 PVF TCF Frozen ........................................................14 PVF The Natural ......................................................15 PVF WB Halo ...........................................................15 Quiet Man ..............................................................43 Rebel Soul ..............................................................65 Recollection ............................................................59 Red Alert .................................................................79 Renegade ...............................................................59 Revival ....................................................................47 Ridin in Style ........................................................193 Riemann Ranch ............................................ 192-193 Riverode ...............................................................128 RJE Dynamite .........................................................78 Road Trip .................................................................76 Rock Star ................................................................... 3 Rocking K Productions ............................................93 Rod Shorthorn Farm ...............................................79 Rolex.....................................................................202 Rousey Gold Strike 512C ........................................37 Rural Route Creations ...........................................145

Safe and Sound ....................................................200 Safety Zone Calf Catchers .......................................83 Santana .................................................................... 3 SC Online Sales .................................................11-13 Scheetz Cattle Co. .................................................191 SEK Genetics ...........................................................18 SFV Steel Force .....................................................206 Show Circuit - May Sires .......................................172 Show Circuit - Subscription...................................107 Show Rite Feeds .....................................................24 Show Stock Planet ..................................................BC ShowTec Feeds........................................................20 Silveiras Style .......................................................194 Simplify ....................................................... Cover, 79 Sixteen Step............................................................10 SMA Watchout ........................................................82 Smokin Bob ............................................................87 Sojka Farms .......................................................68-69 Something Special .................................................64 Southern Charm .....................................................50 Southern Ohio Smackdown....................................70 Standard Design ...................................................208 Standard Time ......................................................208 Style ......................................................................194 Standing Heat ........................................................51 Style & Class ...........................................................68 SULL Revolution......................................................61 Sullivan Ranch .......................................................... 4 Sullivan Supply......................................................8-9 Sunglo Feeds ..........................................................35 Tattoo Artist .............................................................80 Texas Tea .................................................................81 TGM Compton ........................................................14 The Boss Livestock Dryer .........................................26 The Natural ...........................................................208 The Next Chapter ....................................................50 Titan .......................................................................... 3 TJSC Boone Pickens ..............................................206 TJSC Hammer Time...............................................206 TLF King of Spades .................................................30 Top Line Farm .........................................................57 Top Sires ............................................................62-63 Trade Secret ............................................................50 Tree Lane Farms .................................................30-31 Trooper ...................................................................16 Tru-Test Livestock Scale Systems .............................29 Trump Train ........................................................ Cover U Need Me ...........................................................197 W/C Family Tradition 69E .....................................191 W/C Grandstand 6B ................................................37 Wal-Mar Mr. Amplify 523P .....................................26 Walter Cattle Company ...........................................59 Watch Me Work ......................................................61 Watchout ................................................................82 WC Bankroll ..........................................................209 WC Bullseye..........................................................209 WC Double Down .................................................209 WC Executive ........................................................209 WC Executive Order ..............................................209 WC Loaded Up ..............................................206, 209 WC Lockdown .......................................................209 WC Nightwatch .....................................................209 WC Relentless.......................................................209 WC Rolex ..............................................................209 WC Unlimited .......................................................209 WCC Classic ............................................................53 Weaver Leather .......................................................23 Welshan Sires ..................................................IBC, 50 Werning Sires .......................................................209 WS Proclamation E202 ...........................................37 Your Destiny ...........................................................73


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Maternal Made I Deliver/Northern Improvement TH and PHA FREE BW: 75 pounds

CONTACT OWNERS FOR SEMEN:

FENWICK

farms

RON FENWICK

AUSTIN, NAOMI and KREE WOLF 517-401-0370

BROCK and KRISSA WELSHANS 734-368-4006


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