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Thank you to all of our past customers. Your business is Thanks to Kroupa Genetics, SD for this 2010 purchase.

appreciated and we are looking forward to working with you at the 3rd Dream Girls Sale this November.

Thanks to Simmerman Farms, IN for this 2010 purchase.

Thanks to Thompson Farms, OH for this 2010 purchase.

sunday, novemBer.27.2011 2:00 PM EST

Join us aT The Farm Bargersville, indiana.

Near the intersections of Interstates 70 , 74 & 65 - Minutes from Indianapolis. Offering 100 Elite Bred and Open Females - The Very Best of Our 2011 Inventory

The Jimmy & mandy marTin Family PO Box 164 Bargersville, IN 46106 telephone. 317.431.0618 online. martinlivestockin.com

Reserve your FREE copy of our 2011 reference catalog at primetimeagrimarketing.com or by contacting the marketing agents at: PO Box 85 - Elmore Ohio USA - 419.862.0117

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Congratulations! We’re proud of your success!

Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Heifer 2011 Colorado State Fair Congratulations Cody Huwa!

Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer 2011 Iowa State Fair Congratulations Nick Sullivan and family on another outstanding job. Thank you for your confidence in our program the past 2 years.

Ree Heights, SD Thank you to all the bidders and buyers in our pasture bid-off sale. We’ll have cattle for sale all fall. Plan to attend: • 4th Annual Bred Heifer and Cow Sale Saturday, December 10, 2011 Dunlap, Iowa

Nick, Kyrstin, and Croix Reimann phone: 605-871-3642 Kent and Nora Reimann Barry and Jill Reimann phone: 605-943-5655

always online at reimannranches.com

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Don’t just buy a project. Build A Program! Cattle fore sale now!

Spring Calf Champion at Denver & Fort Worth. Reserve Grand Overall at Fort Worth.

Collins Family (il) Grand Champion at Illinois Beef Expo, Illinois State Fair (Junior & Open), & Midwest Jr. Regional. Reserve Division Champion at Junior Nationals.

mallorie PhelPs (TX)

Grand Champion Steer at Junior Nationals. Our sixth! middlesWorTh Family (Wy)

Trihus Family (mn) Grand Champion Polled Heifer, Illinois State Fair Open Show. Division Champion at Kansas City & Louisville. middlesWorTh Family (Wy)

Walsh Family (il)

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer at Junior Nationals.

Champion Hereford Steer and Grand Champion Land-Of-Lincoln Overall. A phenomenal set of LOL steers available!

hoWes Family (md) Reserve Division Champion at Junior Nationals. Calf Champion at Louisville.

Champion at Iowa Beef Expo. Grand Champion two years in a row at Iowa State Fair. Progeny of a first-calf heifer purchased by the Vogel Family.

PurPle reign Cattle ComPany randy & Jamie mullinix 309-995-3013 • 309-853-6565 Purple_reign@hotmail.com 997 Twp Rd 1506 • Toulon, IL 61483 Vogel Family (ia)

www.purplereigncattle.com

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Calves out of these and other derouChey donors sell oCtober 20 at 7:00 p.m. in DeRouchey’s show heifeR & steeR online sale hosted through caldwell-willoughby • check out our website for pictures, videos, and updates.

fReD & Joan DeRouchey

1001 hurst ave., Mitchell, south dakota 57301 home: 605-990-6488 • fax: 605-990-6489 • cell: 605-530-6488 • derouchey@mitchelltelecom.net • www.deroucheycattle.com

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Where calves become

Full Sibs Sell!

CHAMPIONS!

Reserve Grand Champion Steer 2011 San Angelo Stock Show Congratulations Strolberg Farms & Cuatro Schauer Dam: Full Sister to Black Rhino Sire: MIlk Man

Many time Grand Steer - Champion Chi 2010 Kansas State Fair 4th Overall KSU AGR Congratulations Garrett Ochs Bred by Rod Furrow Sire: Ring of Fire

Full Sibs Sell!

Class Winner 2010 American Royal Stock Show Shown by the Voboril Family, KS Donor Dam: Rd3L (Full Sister to 2004 Ft. Worth Grand Steer) Sire: Ring of Fire

Grand Champion Steer 2010 Virginia State Fair Congratulations Bennett Family, VA Dam: War Horse Sire: Hoo Bear

Full Sib Sell!

Full Sibs Sell!

2009 National Champion Angus Steer Shown By Tucker Stewart Bred by Flat Iron Angus, the Allen Family, Kansas Sire: JSAR Hall of Fame

Reserve Champion Simmental 2011 Houston Livestock Show Congratulations Brandon Bird & Pechacek Family Donor Dam: D898 (Hoo Too x Warhorse) Sire: Milk Man

Grand Champion Prospect Steer 2011 Charolais Junior Nationals Shown by McCormick Family, IA Sire: Killer Instinct

Mid Continent Farms Online Bid-Off Sale

October 1st, 2011 - www.newagecattle.com - Bourbonnais, IL Contact Steve Courville 815 - 370 - 7900

26th Annual Mid Continent Farms Club Calf Sale Farmers Livestock Auction • October 15th - 3:00 P.M. Washington, Kansas Top Cut Female Sale • Farmers Livestock Auction • November 26th, 2011 4:00 P.M. Washington, Kansas Jones Stewart Sale • March 2012 - Benkleman, NE

Mid Continent Farms

Gregg Stewart and Family Washington, Kansas 785-325-2089 email: gstewart@kans.com

Kent Stewart 979-777-7919 Brigham Stewart 785-747-8028

www.midcontinentfarms.com

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Mid ContInent Farms Grand Champion Steer - 2004 Fort Worth Stock Show; Shown by Stetson Copus; Thanks to the Gleue and Copus families for getting this steer across. We commend Eric and Gregg Gleue for their confidence in our embryo program.

Grand Champion Steer 2006 Kansas State Fair Shown By Tucker Stewart Sire: Cobra

Champion Simmental Steer KSU AGR Grand Steer Lane County Reserve Grand Tri State Royal Thanks to Zach Conine for placing this calf • Congratulations Hagen Family

Maternal Sibs Sell!

Class Winner2009 American Royal Many Time Champion Charolais Shown by the Bekemeyer Family, KS Donor Dam: D898 (Hoo Too x Warhorse) Sire: Power Plus Son

Grand Champion Steer 2007 Alabama State Fair Steer Show Congratulations to Randa and the Owen family. Thanks to Randy and Jamie Mullinex for placing this undefeated Champion.

2009 Reserve Grand Steer Arizona State Fair Thanks to Briana Larious Ca. for placing this calf Congratulations Cooley Family • Sire: MCF Hoo Bear

2010 Champion Charolais Steer Kansas State Fair Many Time Champion Charolais Congratulations Abeldt Family Sire: Hoo Bear

Champion Simmental 2010 Kansas State Fair Congratulations Curtis Wiedel & Voboril Family Dam by MCF Specialist

2009 Grand Champion Steer Pasadena Livestock Show Congratulations Highfill Family Thanks To John Scales for placing this steer Sire: Ring of Fire (sold for $30,000 premium)

Maternal Sibs Sell!

Reserve Champion Simmental - 2009 Illinois State Fair Champion Simmental & Reserve Grand Steer 2009 Kankakee County. Shown by the Bauer Family, Illinois • Bred by Silveria, CA

Reserve Grand Champion FFA Steer 2008 Missouri State Fair Congratulations to the Mitchell Family; • Bred by Rod Furrow

2010 Champion Maine Kansas State Fair 5th Overall Steer KSU AGR Class Winner National Western Stock Show Congratulations to Bauer Courville & Taylor Ochs Sire: Killer Instinct

Full Sib Sell!

Champion Steer Class 11 - 2009 Fort Worth Stock Show Reserve Grand Champion Golden Spread and Littlefield. Congratulations to the Johnson Family Thanks to Tony Austin for placing this steer. Sold with Wade Shackelford and Black. • Sire: Ring of Fire

Champion Shorthorn Steer - 2008 San Antonio Stock Show High Point Shorthorn Texas Jr Livestock Assoc Congratulations to Cody Martinez. Thanks to Kent Stewart & Jason Haywood for placing this calf. Sire: Gringo

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer 2008 Houston Livestock Show. Congratulations to the Johnson Family. Thanks to Jacob Tusa for placing the steer. Sold with Strolberg. Full sib to Hoo Bear


Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Indiana State Fair - Congratulations to the Martin Family

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair - Congratulations to the Jergenson Family

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair - Congratulations to the Dent Family

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair - Congratulations to the Burris Family

www.sullivansupply.com Go on-line to watch a game changer in action in our product demonstration videos and Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAM videos.

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These powerful State Fair Champions used Sullivan Supply grooming products excusively. Thank you for your confidence.

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Wisconsin State Fair - Congratulations to the Sullivan Family

Stock Show Family Owned and Operated since 1989.

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Ohio State Fair - Congratulations to the Heintz Family

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, SOUTH

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, INC.

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

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

www.sullivansupply.com

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January, Aviator X Solution Purebred Shorthorn

Sullivan Farms

Sunday, October 9, 2011 at the farm, Dunlap Iowa

Shorthorn Sale

SELLING 145 SHORTHORNS ... 80 Open Shorthorn & ShorthornPlus Heifers 50 Bred Heifers 15 Young Donors

January, Monopoly X 424 ShorthornPlus or Chi

Many dual registered MaineTainer/ShorthornPlus/Chi’s heifers Sell. March, Red Rock X 46P

Purebred Shorthorn or MaineTainer

January, Solution X 540R Purebred Shorthorn

January, Hardline X P898

ShorthornPlus or MaineTainer

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March, Vegas X P898 ShorthornPlus


ShorthornPlus or Chi, full sib to NAILE 2010 Supreme Champion Heifer

January, Sonny X 05

March, Grey Goose X 503Q

Purebred Shorthorn

Purebred Shorthorn

Catalog at www.maternallegends.com after Sept. 15th.

April, Solution X 35L Purebred Shorthorn

January, Beef X 588

ShorthornPlus or Chi

YOUNG DONOR SELLS - Solution X SULL Tina Marie

Predictable source for Champions. Check out our extensive champions on-line!! Building Maternal Legends

farms

John, Dede, Sara & Sage • James • Nick 712.263.0263 Dunlap, Iowa 51529 • www.maternallegends.com John Elder, 402.650.1385 • Josh Elder, 402.650.1380

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Congratulations Eric McClure!

Champion Angus Heifer and Reserve Supreme Heifer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Junior) FCF PRoven Queen 022

Congratulations Brooke Haas!

Congratulations Rocklin Farms!

Congratulations Emily Brooks!

Congratulations Big River Angus!

Congratulations Cameron Ward!

Congratulations Bailey Core!

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Junior) PvF PRoven Queen 0152

Reserve Champion Angus Bull, 2011 Missouri State Fair (Open) PvF PioneeR 002

Champion Angus Bull, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Open) PvF DAmeRon CuRRenCy 0023

Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Missouri State Fair (Junior) WB PvF LuCy 0116

Congratulations Emily Brooks!

Reserve Champion Angus Female, 2011 Wisconsin State Fair (Open) DAmeRon PvF PRoven Queen 0202

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Open) DAmeRon PvF PRoven Queen 0202

Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Iowa State Fair (Junior) Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Minnesota State Fair PvF DAmeRon PRoven Queen 0021

Select heifer and bull calves available for sale private treaty this fall! Watch our website pvfangus.com for pictures and videos of our 2011 calves. Also, make note of the following sales on our 20112012 calendar! — Online heifer CAlf sAle: November 29, 2011 • Featuring elite embryo calf crop. — AnnuAl PrOduCTiOn sAle: March 30, 2012 • Featuring entire fall born heifer calf crop.

Gridley, Illinois AlAn & TheresA Miller: 217-840-6935 • pvfangus@gmail.com OrlAn & CArOl BrAndOn & CAThy JOnes: 309-258-1266

visit us online at:

pvfangus.com

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ABS Banner Bulls 54mA813 noT AfrAiD

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Choose from over 45 of the most popular club calf bulls in the industry, all available by contacting your local ABS Representative or by calling 1-800-ABS-STUD. ©2011 ABS Global, Inc. • 1525 River Road, DeForest, WI 53532 • 1-800-227-7883 • www.absbeef.com

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Worth the Wait...

Selling this fall will be the finest show steer and heifer prospects we have ever produced!

Featured sires include... Monopoly, Smiling Bob, Bo Jo, Movin On, Headliner, Eye Candy, One and Only, Unforgiven, Tiger Woods, Hairy Bear, Dream Catcher and Trendsetter. Highlighting the offering will be a large number of Monopoly sired ET prospects from our powerful donors. Few programs will offer more...or any better individuals by this exciting sire.

October 25-26th Selling many sibs to this popular, many times champion shown by the Kevin Jensen family!

Check website frequently for photo and video updates.

WAIT for calves to develop before making purchases. Calves change a bunch from August to October and the longer you wait before making selections...the better. It’s a fact, important structural soundness and phenotypic traits are much easier to evaluate as calves mature so do not hurry this process. Selling later creates more satisfied owners...making it well worth your wait! Featuring the very best from nearly 400 calves produced in 2011!

For more information, please call or visit anytime.

APEX Cattle... your genetic source! For inquiries call Joel at 308-750-0993 1146 7th Avenue • Dannebrog, NE 68831 • sales@apexcattle.com • www.apexcattle.com Located only 20 miles NW of Grand Island, NE


Escalade

No Apologies

Carpe Diem

No Spin Zone

BLACK HEREFORD RANCH’S

fo the 7TH ANNUAL FALL SALE AT THE RANCH Saturday, October 29th, 2011 1:00 p.m. Crawford, Oklahoma Selling 100+ Powerful Future Club Calf Producers & Many Promotable A.I. Sire Prospects

Black

- Featuring Sons of Yellow Jacket, Troubadour, Polar Ice, Solid Gold, No Apologies, Made Right and Carpe Diem. Full brothers to Made Right, Cotton Mouth and maternal sibs to Made Right by Carpe Diem sell. Also featuring full sibs to the dam of Troubadour. - Selling the fall 2011 allotment of Made Right semen.

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Herefo

Attention Spring Breeders - Don’t wait until next season to purchase a spring herd sire. Tie into a stout Cream of the Crop fall bull that will be ready to go early next season. H

NC THE RA LE AT

SA cts Prospe LL BULL rd Sire AL FA lahoma . and He ford, Ok rful A.I . Craw 80 Powe 2:00 p.m Selling 23rd at er tob y, Oc Saturda

2010

ANNU

Catalog - Photos - Video Previews will all be online at www.collinscattleservices.com or through www.blackherefordranch.com Follow Black Hereford Ranch on Facebook for all sale updates this season and next spring.



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Previews

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Red Rooster

Catalogs Mail October 5th - Request a book at catalog@pldi.net

Pirates Raid

Spyder Man

OReilly


Escalade

No Apologies

Carpe Diem

No Spin Zone

BLACK HEREFORD RANCH’S

fo the 7TH ANNUAL FALL SALE AT THE RANCH Saturday, October 29th, 2011 1:00 p.m. Crawford, Oklahoma Selling 100+ Powerful Future Club Calf Producers & Many Promotable A.I. Sire Prospects

Black

- Featuring Sons of Yellow Jacket, Troubadour, Polar Ice, Solid Gold, No Apologies, Made Right and Carpe Diem. Full brothers to Made Right, Cotton Mouth and maternal sibs to Made Right by Carpe Diem sell. Also featuring full sibs to the dam of Troubadour. - Selling the fall 2011 allotment of Made Right semen.

s

h’ rd Ranc

Herefo

Attention Spring Breeders - Don’t wait until next season to purchase a spring herd sire. Tie into a stout Cream of the Crop fall bull that will be ready to go early next season. H

NC THE RA LE AT

SA cts Prospe LL BULL rd Sire AL FA lahoma . and He ford, Ok rful A.I . Craw 80 Powe 2:00 p.m Selling 23rd at er tob y, Oc Saturda

2010

ANNU

Catalog - Photos - Video Previews will all be online at www.collinscattleservices.com or through www.blackherefordranch.com Follow Black Hereford Ranch on Facebook for all sale updates this season and next spring.



Video

Previews

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ollinsca

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Red Rooster

Catalogs Mail October 5th - Request a book at catalog@pldi.net

Pirates Raid

Spyder Man

OReilly


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

Shown with optional black and stainless nose panels

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

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

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

M. H. EBY, Inc.

Blue Ball, PA 800-292-4752 / West Jefferson, OH 800-752-0507 / Story City, IA 866-894-3297 To find your local dealer, go to www.mheby.com or call 800-752-0507 September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Repeat Customers KNOW His Value! Dan Sullivan, Sullivan Ranch, TX Three years in a row, a purchaser of Copyright sexed heifer semen in volume!

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

Special thanks to Dan plus the many past and new Copyright users. They are all committed, visionary cattlemen!

“Using Copyright in 2011 Will Impact Your Cowherd for Decades!”

• Semen: $25

(100+ discounts from APEX)

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

TOP 10% Feed Efficiency Ranking! DCC New Look (OCC Genesis) DUFF Outlook 472 DCC Merle 022 (OCC Grand Prix)

OCC Headliner 661H (OCC Emblazon OCC Headliner 317K OCC Miss Doctor 343H (OCC Doctor)

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

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

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

His daughters... Real Cow Makers!

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

Both from Two Year Old Heifers, Born Unassisted and Pictured at Nine Months!


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inTERESTEd in havinG an on-linE SalE? Go wiTh ThE ExPERiEnCEd and TRuSTEd SouRCE, CaldwEll-willouGhBy SalES (Cw CaTTlE SalES).

SEPTEMBER 5Th - CaMPBEll CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 6Th - JEff MillER onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 7Th - GoddaRd onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 8Th - GRavES Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 9Th - dawSon Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 10Th - vanSiCklE CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 11Th - kEllER onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 12Th - laRRiSon onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 13Th - MCfaRland onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 14Th- C-CRoSS RanCh SEPTEMBER 14Th - laMBRinG - onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 15Th - koPP CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 15Th - viCkland Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 16Th - MyERS faRMS & zuChS Show CaTTlE SalE SEPTEMBER 16Th - SwanSon ShoRThoRnS onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 17Th - CaPaTSkE onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 18Th - GaTEway GEnETiCS onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 18Th - andERSon-MunTEfERinG onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 19Th - all STaR allianCE onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 20Th - laRSon CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 20Th - BuShy PaRk faRMS onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 21ST - JEff BuRG onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 21ST - kRouPa & GRiSwold GEnETiCS SEPTEMBER 22nd - ThoMPSon Show STEERS onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 23Th - MERTEn onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 24Th - huRlBuT CluB CalvES onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 25Th - ulMER & koSki onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 26Th - J/d CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE

SEPTEMBER 27Th - Sand CREEk onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 28Th - RaMl CluB CalvES onlinE SalE SEPTEMBER 29Th - dEnnERT & EiCklER onlinE CluB Calf SalE SEPTEMBER 30Th - haMMER CluB CalvES onlinE SalE oCToBER 1ST - fouR RoSES haRvEST oPPoRTuniTy oCToBER 4Th - ShaffER & MillER onlinE SalE oCToBER 6Th - BlaCh Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE oCToBER 7Th-8Th - faSSETT hay & CaTTlE onlinE SalE oCToBER 8Th - oak RidGE faRMS CluB Calf SalE oCToBER 9Th - RunkEl CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE oCToBER 9Th - CaRdinal CaTTlE CoMPany, diaMondS in ThE MinE oCToBER 9Th - ChERRy knoll anGuS faRM onlinE SalE oCToBER 10Th - huEBER Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE oCToBER 11Th - fREnzEn CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE SalE oCToBER 12Th - MillER CaTTlE Co. SouRCE foR SuCCESS SalE oCToBER 13Th - CJ CaTTlE CoMPany SalE oCToBER 13Th - BakER & MinGES fall CluB Calf SalE oCToBER 16Th - CoPEland Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE oCToBER 16Th - haRvEy CaTTlE CoMPany SalE oCToBER 16Th - MidwEST illinoiS CluB Calf BREEdERS oCToBER 17Th - PRyoR Show CaTTlE SalE oCToBER 18Th - haBEGER Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE oCToBER 20 - dERouChEy CaTTlE onlinE STEER & hEifER SalE oCToBER 22nd -wEavER anGuS faRM SalE oCToBER 25Th - CRoSSRoadS CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 1ST - ThEoBald onlinE CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 1ST - RoM’n liMouSin fall SPookTaCulaR novEMBER 3Rd - hoffMan CaTTlE Co. EliTE hEifER & STEER SalE

novEMBER 5Th - J3 CaTTlE CoMPany novEMBER 5Th - SiECk Show CaTTlE onlinE CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 6Th - CaMPBEll Show CaTTlE onlinE SalE #2 novEMBER 6Th - wEavER Show CaTTlE EliTE oPEn Show hEifER SalE novEMBER 7Th - GiRlS, GiRlS, GiRlS onlinE hEifER SalE novEMBER 7Th - wEiSinGER faRMS onlinE CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 8Th - windy CiTy onlinE CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 9Th - JEff MillER onlinE hEifER SalE novEMBER 10Th - huEBER Show CaTTlE voluME 2 onlinE SalE novEMBER 13Th - whiTE on ThE duTCh SalE novEMBER 15Th - TEBBE & voEGElE Show CaTTlE novEMBER 16Th - oChS CaTTlE CoMPany onlinE Show & BREd hEifER SalE novEMBER 17Th - EaSy To look aT CluB Calf SalE PaRT ii onlinE SalE novEMBER 19Th - RoCk CREEk livESToCk anGuS onlinE hEifER SalE novEMBER 20Th - landGREn & hoBlyn onlinE oPEn Show hEifER & BREd fEMalE SalE novEMBER 21ST - REE hEiGhTS onlinE CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 22nd - JT wEBER faMily CluB Calf SalE novEMBER 26Th - CaPaTSkE #2 onlinE hEifER & SuMMER BoRn SalE novEMBER 27Th - GEffERT & o’lEaRy CluB CalvES onlinE BREd & oPEn fEMalE SalE novEMBER 28Th - GRaTEful haRvEST onlinE CluB Calf, BREd & oPEn fEMalE SalE novEMBER 29Th - PRaiRiE viEw faRM anGuS Show hEifER SalE dECEMBER 15Th - BEll onlinE BREd & oPEn fEMalE SalE dECEMBER 16Th - Sullivan faRMS ShoRThoRn & CluB Calf SalE dECEMBER 20Th - SChaffER & hEnSlEy onlinE BREd & oPEn fEMalE SalE dECEMBER 21ST - RoECkER BREd & oPEn fEMalE SalE dECEMBER 30Th - GRay Show CaTTlE hEifER, BREd hEifER & EMBRyo SalE JanuaRy 26Th - CaRdinal CaTTlE CoMPany, diaMondS in ThE MinE onlinE Bull SalE

foR MoRE infoRMaTion ConTaCT

Todd CaldwEll | 309.253.5729 todd@cwcattlesales.com | dan willouGhBy | 317.340.6392 dan_willoughby@msn.com onlinE aT CwCaTTlESalES.CoM

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Foreman – Completely Custom

Ranch Hand – 7’ Interior, Lengths 16’ to 24’

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Designed for the Show Circuit • Foreman Model 9024 – 90” interior; 24’ long • Gates – Full Swing Inner Slide and Roller Gate • 36” Side Ramp with Door • Tie Rails – Double height in and out • Pop-up Roof Vents – Located in front hauling compartment • Load Light on Rear • Custom Alcoa Aluminum Wheels • Riveted Contruction – Eliminates weakening aluminum material with intense welding heat. • New Rear Door Slam Catch – Patent pending catch allows the rear door to be slammed closed. The spring-loaded catch grabs and holds the rear door shut enough to allow the lock rod to be engaged. Wilson...A Great Name to Have Behind You Since 1890. 4400 S. Lewis Blvd. Sioux City, IA 51106 712-252-6500 email: sales@wilsontrailer.com

Stampede – 81” Interior, No Fenders, Light Weight.

Adjustable compartment roller gate, road-side double height tie rails, and pop-up roof vents. Wilson aluminum gooseneck livestock trailers are a smart buy – by design.

For the Dealer Nearest You Call

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MoorMan’s® ShowTec®

Dominates

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at Jr Nationals

Congrats ShowTec Champions • Congrats ShowTec Champions • Congrats ShowTec Champions

Whitney Walker Champion MaineTainer 2011 Maine Jr Nationals

Whitney Walker Reserve Champion Chi 2011 Chi Jr Nationals

Skyler Miller Reserve Grand Champion Bred and Owned MaineTainer Heifer 2011 Maine Jr Nationals

Jessica Middleswarth Grand Champion Hereford Steer 2011 Hereford Jr Nationals

Mason Walker Division 4 Polled Heifer Champion 2011 Hereford Jr Nationals

Mason Walker Division 8 Polled Heifer Champion 2011 Hereford Jr Nationals

Don’t get caught in the fire. Feed MoorMan’s ShowTec FIRE EXTINGUISHER™

Find a Dealer! Call 866-666-7626 or visit our online dealer locator at www.admani.com/AllianceShowFeeds.

Jessica Middleswarth Reserve Grand Champion Horned Hereford Heifer 2011 Hereford Jr Nationals

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This winning handshake brought to you by with Now, your market steers and heifers can have the visible benefits that Zilmax® (zilpaterol hydrochloride 4.8%) has given U.S. feedlot cattle since 2007. ShowMaxx® uses the power of Zilmax to convert feed energy where it counts to give your show string more muscle across the top and hip. Show to win. Call Sullivan Supply today for ShowMaxx at 1-800-588-7096 (Texas Store) or 1-800-475-5902 (Iowa Store). Visit sullivansupply.com or ShowMaxxCattle.com. ShowMaxx has a withdrawal period 3 days prior to harvest. Check your show rules for specific withdrawal requirements. Not for use in animals intended for breeding. Do not allow horses or other equines access to feed containing zilpaterol. Do not use in veal calves. For complete information refer to product label. ShowMaxx is a registered trademark of X.F. Enterprises, Inc. Zilmax is property of Intervet International B.V. or affiliated companies or licensors and is protected by copyrights, trademark and other intellectual property laws. Copyright © 2010 Intervet International B.V. All rights reserved. 1210 BV-ZIL-40160

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www.TripleCTrailerSales.com

toll-free: 1-877-324-5516 or 269-463-6121 • e-mail: sales@triplectrailersales.com 9136 Hagar Shore Road • Watervliet, Michigan 49098

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We’re one of the nations largest Elite Dealers with the lowest prices! Custom does not have to be costly if you go with Triple C Trailer Sales Inc.

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! l l e S e s e Th

NS TR PZC

Firedancer 1502P

www.polzincattle.com

Check our website to see video of this heifer!

e r u s o p x E n r Northe October 1 • Hubbard, IA • 1:00pm

TR PZC FiRegiRl 9745W eT: Flush to sell out of Firedancer’s mother on the Fall Freeze Online Embryo Sale.

HF PZC Moonstone 101

RJB Pebbles 004 PZC RJB Kiss Me Or Not 104P ET

Polzin Cattle

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

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TR PZC NC Hot Fire 1746 ET


Further details to come!

Believe in me: Selling embryos sired by him.

www.polzincattle.com

TyGress: Moderate, massive, and big boned.

Tr ms smokeTTe 5758s eT: Her photo says it all. Believe In Me and Monopoly embryos selling.

sydney: 2-year-old Firewater x 0641 daughter. Monopoly embryos selling. reBa: Powerfully muscled, big bellied, slick shear momma!! Selling embryos out of Milk Man and Smilin Bob. Free shipping on all embryos! Join us Sunday afternoon for family fun, donor viewing, and a cookout!

hhsF Black GliTTer: Flush selling.

Thomas ms Trademark 4755: If you’re looking for a female t hat has a cool look with a lot of POWER, then 4755 is for you.

Online Embryo Sale

HOSTED BY

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

Bidding Opens

PRESENTED BY

Chris, Leslie, Brooke, and Desirae Polzin

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

Thomas Ranch

Sunday, OctOber 9th Bidding Closes

MOnday, OctOber 10th

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

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NEW DATE - Saturday October 1, 2011

12:00 Noon. at the Sale Headquarters, Seward, Nebraska

Eldorado X Myrtle Bo

Primo X Cashmere

Cornerstone X Karen

BRED - Bloodstone X 2104

Trump X 1J Sale Management by ...

Jeff K & Darla Aegerter 402.641.4696 Seward, NE jaegerter@neb.rr.com

For catalog requests go to www.aegertermarketing.com

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Red Reward X Mirage

634 Cornerstone X Karen

Red Reward X RFS Janet

Primo X 13 Red Reward X Mona Lisa

Red Meat X Cashmere

Grey Goose X Sable

Beef X 14

Solution X Cumberland

Watch our website for updates at www.koltcattle.com

Nate, Lynn & Carly Kolterman 402.641.0146 • Seward, NE www.koltcattle.com nkoltr@gmail.com

SELLING 44 LOTS... 40 Purebred Open Heifers & ShorthornPlus Open Heifers 1 Bull Several Donors/Prospects & Bred Heifers Elite Embryo packages September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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October 15-16 online sale - bids close at 6 p.m.

Sale hosted at Breeders’ World Online Sales Sale InformatIon: Calves available for viewing at the farm starting August 1 and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Calves sired by leading AI sires in the nation.

Supreme Shorthorn Heifer, 2010 New Mexico State Fair

Grand Champion, 2009 New Mexico State Fair Grand Champion, 2005 Ohio State Fair

10117 Runkle Road • St. Paris, Ohio 43072 Chad: 937-508-5719 • mike: 937-974-8813 online: www.showsteers.com/burroughs • e-mail: cburroughsfarms@yahoo.com

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farms


Congratulations Bailey Core

Champion Division I Crossbred & 4th Overall Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair

at the farm Bids close at 6 P.M. Cattle available for viewing after Oct. 1st Farm located 4 miles south of Gridley on 2025 East Road.

Saturday

Congratulations Brooke Haas

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, 2011 Illinois State Fair Junior Show

Congratulations Callie Mawson

Congratulations Paige Seifring

Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair FFA Show

Reserve Division 2 Crossbred Steer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

Congratulations Mira Oros

Reserve Champion Middleweight Crossbred Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair

ADDITIONAL STATE FAIR WINNERS ... • Congratulations • Congratulations

AJ Line, Reserve Champion Heavyweight Crossbred Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair to the Mize Family, Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, 2011 Indiana State Fair

Congratulations to all of our customers on their success this past year. We truly appreciate your business and friendship and hope you can join us for this year’s event.

Brandon, Cathy & Charlee Jones

home: 309.747.2169 • Brandon cell: 309.370.1081 • 27304 N. 2025 East Road, Gridley, IL 61744 www.jonescattle.com • millercathy@hotmail.com

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SELLING:

25 Open Show Heifer Prospects 18 Bred Heifers • 15 Bred Females 10 Steers • Rare Semen Lots Sexed Embryos

Consignors:

May Ace of Diamonds heifer

Hi-View Shorthorns Phil Raisbeck Lancaster, Wisconsin 608-732-0180

Gordons Ferry Farm Keith Hueneke Bellevue, Iowa 563-599-1216

Langhoff Family Shorthorns Brad Langhoff Marion, Iowa 319-360-2471

Tjaden Shorthorns May HD Swagger heifer

March Ace of Diamonds heifer

Mike Tjaden Springville, Iowa 319-929-5508

Laban’s Roanoke Farm Joe Laban Bernard, Iowa 563-542-3155

Bishell Family Cattle, LLC Andy Bishell Mineral Point, Wisconsin 608-732-2404

www.edjesales.com/cedarvalley/

Sale Management: Champion Shorthorn Heifer & Supreme Overall - Jones County Fair

Sold in last year’s sale

Champion Shorthorn Steer Wyoming Open Show

Sold in last year’s sale

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Aegerter Marketing Services, Inc. Jeff K. & Darla Aegerter

520 South Evergreen Drive • Seward, NE cell: 402-641-4696 • jaegerter@neb.rr.com


Smooth In Charge Heifer • She sells!

Monopoly Steer • He sells!

Tiger Woods Heifer • She sells!

Yellow Jacket Steer • He sells! Selling a select group of hand picked steers and heifers for everyone’s budget, through our online sale and private treaty

Copeland

S h o w Ca ttl e

ONLINE CLUB CALF STEER & HEIFER SALE October 16, 2011 • hosted through CW Cattle Sales

Watch for updated pictures and videos of all sale cattle on our web sites, www.copelandshowcattle.com Register to bid at www.cwcattlesales.com All cattle will be available at the ranch for viewing beginning October 1st 859 Romero Road, Nara Visa, NM 88430

4th Overall and Reserve Chi Heifer Ring B 2009 Kansas Beef Expo • Hanza Family

Grand Champion Steer 2009 State Fair of Texas • Carter Family

Champion Commercial Heifer Ring A 2010 Kansas Beef Expo • Hay Family

Champion Chi Steer Ring B, Reserve Ring A 2009 Kansas Beef Expo • Best Family

Grand Champion Steer 2010 Arizona National • Davis Family

Champion Maine Heifer Ring B 2009 Kansas Beef Expo • Best Family

Reserve Champion Heifer Calf 2010 American Royal • Zink Family

Class Winner 2011 NWSS • 2011 JNHE • Hanza Family

CO P E L A N D S H OW C AT T L E Matt & Kyla Copeland 580-336-8284 • Matt cell 785-213-5435 • Kyla cell 575-633-2700 • home

Cliff & Pat Copeland 575-403-8123 • Cliff cell 575-633-2800 • home Clifford & Barbara Copeland 575-403-8428 • Clifford cell

Design by Kyla


Wiese Cattle

Pat, NaNcy, & Brody Wiese 54223 822 Rd., Lindsay, Nebraska 402.428.9037 home 402.270.0718 Pat • 402.920.0082 Nancy tim & doug Wiese Lindsay, Nebraska 402.920.3499 TIM • 402.920.3324 DOUG Check out our website for updates, pictures, videos, and more champions at

www.wiesecattle.com Please be sure to stop by Oct. 15 & 16, when in the area for Ohlrichs & Burke Sales.

Thank you, Kelsie, for your loyalty and faith in us. Families like yours are what make this enjoyable!

Champion Foundation Simmental (Both Rings), 4th Overall (Ring A), 3rd Overall (Ring B): 2011 KSU Kickoff. Champion Simmental & Reserve Grand: 2011 Sweetheart Showdown. Champion Foundation Simmental (Both Rings), Grand Champion (Ring A), Reserve Grand (Ring B): Sneak-A-Peak. Grand Champion Female: Northern Exposure, Belleville, KS. Shown by Kelsie Musil. Champion Commercial & Reserve Grand (Both Rings): 2011 KSU Kickoff. Champion Commercial (Both Rings), Reserve Grand (Ring A), 3rd Overall (Ring B): Sneak-A-Peak Shown by Kelsie Musil.

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Grand Champion Pen of Three Mainetainer Heifers: 2011 National Western Stock Show.

Grand Champion MaineTainer Female: 2010 NWSS Open Show. Raised by us. Sold by Hartman Cattle Co. Shown by Whitney Gray.

The Ringer x SULL Miriah’s Rose ET. Sold in 2010 Hartman Cattle Company Customer Appreciation Sale for $42,500.

Champion Market heifer and 5th Overall at Belleville, KS, and Champion Market Heifer at Washington, KS. Shown by Morgan Burke.

Grand Champion Market Heifer: 2011 National Western Stock Show. Shown by Allee Maronde.

Champion Simmental: 2010 Northeast Livestock Classic. Shown by Cal Swanson.

1st aNNual oNliNe Female sale

November 3rd

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Champion Chianina Steer, 2011 Missouri Cattlemen’s Classic. Purchased by Robert Carlson and Alan Shelton. Shown by Kylea Ingram.

Congratulations!

Kaitlyn McDaniels: Grand Champion Laporte, TX FFA Show. Lindsey O’Quin: Reserve Champion Cleveland TX Dairy Days

Champion Kansas Simmental, 2011 Kansas Beef Expo. Many-time Kansas spring show champion. Purchased by Silverline Genetics. Shown by Taylor Goering.

Champion Limousin Steer, 2011 Kansas Beef Expo. High Plains Livestock Classic champion. Shown by Kelsie Shapland.

35th Annual Club Calf Sale OctOber 8, 2011

Y

6:30pm

New Location! ! New Time

Olson Farms

17983 15th St. Rd., Russell, KS

Directions: Exit 180 on I-70. North 1 1/2 miles to Hwy. 40. West 1 mile to 180th St. 1 mile north on 180th. 1/8 mile west.

Lunch will be served @ 5:00 PM Sale will start @ 6:30PM Sale day phone: 785-483-7788 or 785-445-2511

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Robert & Melinda Olson 785-483-3965 Elroy Dietz 785-483-3908 Michael Olson 785-445-2511 Martin Dietz 785-324-0701


Supreme Champion Heifer • NCC 2010 Parrot/Walbrecht Simmental Donor

Supreme Champion • NCC 2009 5th Overall • Kansas Beef Expo 2009

SELLING OFFSPRING OUT OF THESE DONORS!

ONLINE SALE with cwcattlesales.com

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH Cattle Available for viewing at the farms after September 30th. After November 1st they will be available to view at: 2050 Arbor road, Lincoln, NE.

Just off of I-80 at Lincoln, NE, take Exit 403, go half mile North and half mile West. We are located on the North side of the road.

PARROTT/WALBRECHT

Lincoln, Nebraska • Ben 402.430.4137

STRIZEK CLUB CALVES

Davey, Nebraska • Darrin 402.525.2804

HEINRICH CATTLE

Hickman, Nebraska • Scott 402.540.0597

TGM FARMS

Inavale, Nebraska • Tim 402.460.6730

GANA-NISLEY CATTLE CO. Martell, NE • Brent 402.440.0430

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the

fallsale

of the

novEmbEr 1-2 Online Sale with Breeders’ World • selling 30+ lots! • donor prospects • show heifer prospects • Prospect steers

• Herd sire prospects • embryos and semen

Cattle available for viewing October 1 at the ranch in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Join us October 29 & 30 for our open house, with lunch and viewing of the cattle, and a short show cattle clinic for the juniors.

ElmorE Cattle ServiCeS Custom Fitting, Feeding & Marketing

COntaCt us fOr all yOur Cattle needs PrOverbs 3: 5-6

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Jason, Jennie, PePPer, and Tylee elmore 580-554-1278 • Waukomis, Oklahoma • jennieelmore@aol.com


Saturday, October 15, 2011

12:00 p.m. noon • at the farm • Waynesville, Ohio

Bloodstone X Sonny Charm 7102

Recently named Supreme Champion Prospect Heifer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

CF Solution X Sonny Charm 7102

Waco X Margie 610

CF Solution X Augusta Pride 159

Eldorado X Sonny Charm 7102

Past Great Females Success...

GCC Destiny Best 48 - Grand Champion, 2011 Fort Worth. Grand Champion Cow/Calf Pair, 2011 Junior Nationals. Congratulations Megan Greenwalt. FLUSH SELLS OCTOBER 15TH!

Plan to attend

“Where Future Generations are Created” November 13, 2011 Louisville, Kentucky

GCC Achiever Charm 71 - Reserve Grand GCC ESQ Augusta Pride 3 - Grand Champion, Champion, 2011 Ohio State Fair Junior Show 2011 Ohio State Fair. Shown by Megan and 5th Overall in the Supreme Row. Greenwalt. Congratulations! Congratulations Luke Spangler! RL Sonny Charm 7102 Reserve Grand, 2007 NAILE. GREENHORN Shown by the Spangler Family LLC

Dave & Josh Greenhorn 3450 Middle Run Road • Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Dave: 937-470-6552 • Josh: 937-681-1948 Herdsman: Kolten Greenhorn


The bio-based formulation is gentle, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic and plant based; perfect for a repetitive show schedule.

Learn more about eZall Green at www.ezall.com

eZall Technologies

PO Box 1030 • Grove City, OH 43123 1-877-TRY-eZall (877-879-3925) info@ezall.com

Available at Sullivan Supply and it’s national dealer network • www.sullivansupply.com

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Watch www.showsteers.com/ohlrichs frequently for updates calf pictures.

Cheerleader

Saturday, October 15, 2011 • 6:31 pm • Wisner, NE SELLING approximately 65 Head of Steers & Heifers and 10 Bred Heifers. Make plans to attend Tim Burke’s Annual Female Sale on Sunday

931 6130

8135 5104 Wayne & Barb Ohlrichs

cell: 402.649.5804 • cell: 402.649.6911 home: 402.371.0695 55943 Hwy. 275, Norfolk, NE www.showsteers.com/ohlrichs

AUCTIONEER: Tracy Harl

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Get in the action!

Down highway 183 in Nebraska. From Bassett (Highway 20) 33 miles south on Highway 183 to mile marker 151, 5.5 miles west to ranch. 27 miles north of Taylor to 151 mile marker and 5.5 west and 100 miles from Kearney (on Interstate 80) up 183.

Club Calf Sale

Carnac x Angus X Cow

Bojo x Reg. Charolais Silver Ghost x Reg. Angus

These herd sires were raised on this Sandhills Ranch! — Fred’s Husker 7701 — Muddy Water — Northern Gun 301 — Smokebomb — Silver Ghost — Freds Progress 7308 — Freds Fast Company F69

Sunday, October 2, 2011 Sale closes and bids taken by dark! Sale Information:

Selling elite steer and market heifer prospects! Cattle available for viewing after September 1.

Sires Represented:

Get in on ordering your next cedar fiber from us! • Fine ground/clean cedar • Use in calf coolers • Use in dog houses • Barn pens • Horse stalls • Bagged or bulk • Controls fly and nat problems • Trailer bedding

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Monopoly, Bojo, Carpe Diem, My Turn, Carnac, Tiger Woods, Simple Math, Muddy Water, Who Made Who, Eye Candy, Friction, Silver Ghost

Hosted by:

the

Fred

ranch

84959 442nd Avenue • Rose, Nebraska 68714 H: 402-273-4236 • C: 402-760-1152 • K Cell: 402-760-0891 youtube.com/user/fredranch • www.fredranch.com

Guest Consignor:

Odden Ranch

Brian, Jana, Adam, Ethany, & Andrew Colome, South Dakota • H: 605-842-1185 C: 605-203-1775 • C: 605-203-1229


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Please join us for our 2011 sale!

October 15, 2011 — bids close at dark.

Sale Information •–

• Calves available for viewing after OctOber 1. • Base price starts at $1,000. • Offering market steers and heifers, show heifers, and replacement quality heifers. • A complete sale listing, photos, and videos will be available on our website. • Located 20 minutes from I-80 and 5 minutes from Rodgers Cattle Co. • Calves will be halter-broke and ready to show! • Clipping, fitting, and guidance included with purchase within the area.

Sires represented • • Heat Wave (Original) • Monopoly • Walks Alone

• Heat Seeker • Maximus • ...and more!

Tyler and Mallory HarTgers FarM address: 823 Forest Home Road Montezuma, Iowa 50171 PHone: 641-891-1562

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romN Wild Woman

Many Time Champion Limousin Female 2009-2010 Shown by: Blake Sweeter, SD romN XoXo 8-time Undefeated Champion Limousin Female Champion Female, 2011 Heartland Regional Show Supreme Champion Female Over All Breeds, 2011 Sioux Empire Farm Show Shown by: Albrecht Family, SD

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Grand Champion Steer, 2011 National Jr. Limousin Show Shown by: Oschner Family, CO All steers in Spooktacular Sale are 1/2 brothers!

November 1, 2011 • Selling 12 Elite Limousin Show Heifer and Steer Prospects Online Sale at CW Cattle SaleS

20129 450th Avenue • Arlington, South Dakota 57212 www.romnlimousin.com • romnlimo@msn.com AdAm, michelle & Greyson nielson: 605.203.0733 • 605.203.0732 robert “cookie” & mAry nielson: 605.203.0903 • 605.203.0904 September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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2 1 st A n n u A l F e m A l e s A l e

New Date!

Sunday, October 16 • 1 PM

Plenty to pick from. Also, plA n to Attend

B u r k e C At t l e & F r i e n d s

Bred Female sale • early February 2012 • At the Ranch, from Genoa 4 1/2 south on Hwy 39 and 1 1/2 east at sign. Also make plans to attend ohlrichs Club Calf showcase, saturday, october 15, 2011.

Videos and catalogs available on request, and online by October 3. tim, shelly, Cody and morgan Burke 42887 GG Rd. • Genoa, nebraska 68640 • 402-750-0440 • 402-993-2467 (h)

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Chloe Van Vliet

kelsie musil

show stopper x Heat Wave • lot 3 in ‘09 sale! Van Vliet Family

Built Right x morgan

Jake Wagner

monopoly x echo • lot 6 in ‘10 sale!

Bailey Core

Final smoke x 617 • lot 2 in ‘10 sale!

nathan Filipi

monopoly x Clarise • lot 1 in ‘10 sale!

Jarrett Wagner

monopoly x milky Way • lot 20 in ‘10 sale!

sooner x sharpie Bred by Blind Badger Ranch • sold by us!

tim, shelly, Cody and morgan Burke 42887 GG Rd. • Genoa, nebraska 68640 • 402-750-0440 • 402-993-2467 (h)

For sale information, contact:

tim Burke: 402-750-0440 • Cody Burke: 402-649-9735 • keVin Bremer: 402-366-9504

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genetics

EXCLUSIVE to benefit the Stanley E. Stout Livestock Marketing Center at Kansas State University

OCTOBER 28, 2011

6:00 PM (CT)

Wagstaff Sale Center at the American Royal

Steel Force has become one of the more proven and successful sires in the Simmental breed. He swept Louisville clean in 2010; Grand and Reserve heifer, as well as Grand Champion bull were all sired by Steel Force. Steel Force semen offered by Griswold Cattle Company!

Without question, Collins Grizz 950 is and has been one of the most productive donors in embryo transfer to Meyer 734 in history. Collins Cattle, Inc. is offering two embryos out of a 950 clone.

Take advantage of this rare chance to purchase Made Right semen outside of Black Hereford Ranch’s auctions! Made Right may be the most consistent, most productive sire in club calf producing history for major champions won in relation to the amount of semen sold. View and bid live online:

DeRouchey Cattle Company is offering three embryos sired by Sooner and out of DCC Jewel 230L. A full sib to this mating, pictured above, sold for $48,000 in Bushy Park Farms 2010 female sale.

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Justin Stout 913-645-5136 • jbs5356@hotmail.com

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Doug Paul 405-820-3982 • dpsales@coxinet.net


Grand Champion Steer San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, shown by Flint Newman

Reserve Grand Champion Steer Illinois State Fair, shown by Elaine Richardson

Champion MaineTainer Female Iowa State Fair, shown by Lauren Robinson

Reserve Grand Champion MaineTainer Illinois State Fair and many time champion, shown by Abby Tomhave

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Grand Champion Steer Illinois State Fair, shown by Austin Burris

Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Steer San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, shown by Flint Newman © 2011 Cargill, Incorporated. All Rights Reserved.

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“The Angus Connection” hosted by Seldom Rest Farms, Brumfield Farms and Michigan State University. Held at Seldom Rest Farms, Niles, MI Saturday

Dinner 4 p.m. followed by sale 5 p.m. (EDT)

October 8, 2011

A February daughter of Hot Rod x Georgina 7315

MSU Anita 132

A January daughter of Hot Rod x Beauty 3218

A February daughter of SAV Brilliance 8077

MSU Erica 107

A January daughter of SAV Brilliance 8077

MSU Elba 119

An April daughter of Payday x Bardot 689

A January daughter of BC Lookout 7024

Call or E-mail for free sale DVD! “

“eldom Rest” Farms Animal Science Department

The Foster Family 11893 M-140 • Niles, MI 49120 Scott 269-208-6470 Andrew 269-208-1445 Bruce 269-208-2237 E-mail: afostersrf@gmail.com www.seldomrestfarms.com

Registered Angus Cattle THREE OAKS, MICHIGAN Owner-Frank Brumfield Manager - Chris O’Neill 708-323-5913

1290 Anthony Hall East Lansing, MI 48824 Ken Geuns, Faculty Coordinator (517) 353-2924 geuns@msu.edu. Cody Sankey, Farm Manager (517) 355-7452 or (517) 749-5556 sankeyc@msu.ed

For your free reference sale booklet, contact anyone in the office of the Sale Managers, TOM BURKE/KURT SCHAFF/JEREMY HAAG, AMERICAN ANGUS HALL OF FAME at the WORLD ANGUS HEADQUARTERS, Box 660, Smithville, MO 64089-0660. Phone (816) 532-0811. Fax (816) 532-0851. E-mail: angushall@earthlink.net – www.angushall.com


Invest In A History of Success:

An April daughter of Saugahatchee 3000C x Georgina 7315

A January daughter of Jupiter U449

A March daughter of Hot Rod x Bardot 689

A February daughter of Totally Tuned x Georgina 7315

MSU Elba 115

A May daughter of Hot Rod x Lucy 868

A January daughter of SAV Brilliance 8077

An April daughter of Lake Effect x Pride 375

MSU Blackcap 113

A March daughter of Northern Improvement x Bardot 427

A January daughter of SAV Providence 6922

MSU Miss Burgess 111

A January daughter of SAV Providence 6922

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Bedding at it's t s Be • Aromatic cedar with all-natural oils • Repels flies, mites, and fleas • Call for quotes • Still have dealerships available

Central Cedar Co. Antlers, OK 918-440-0192 www.centralcedar.com

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s s e c c u S

November 6, 2011 7:00pm • Online Heifer Sale 25 Elite Open Show Heifers

Charlene N Charge

A Sooner x Charlene N Charge produced by a flush sold to Ward Eckloff sold for $12,500 in Hartman’s Customer Appreciation Sale!

Sold to Matt Lautner. Shown by Charlie Wilson. • Grand MaineTainer: 2008 Maine Jr. Nationals • Res. MaineTainer: 2008 American Royal • 4th Overall: 2008 Iowa Beef Expo • Reserve Supreme Breeding Heifer: 2008 Iowa State Fair

Sold to Tim Burke. An RSVP x Smiles at VanHove’s Dakota Classic sale sold for $12,850!

Smiles First time ever has the “Cream Of The Crop” been offered. All the top end heifers will be for sale! Sires represented: Monopoly, DH2, Tiger Woods, SOS, Predator, Uno Mas, Walks Alone, Bojo, Boardwalk

Gabe: 712-251-4499 (c) 712-873-5424 (h) 1620 Hancock Ave. - Moville, IA Nick: 712-870-1634 • Pat: 712-873-3924 Brent Powell: 712-253-7256

18 miles east of I-29 at Sioux City on Hwy 20. 1 mile east of 4-way stop in Moville, then 1 1/2 miles south on K67 blacktop.

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OctOber 29

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4513 North Sandhill Road • Burrton, Kansas GleN & TeSS ToewS: 620-386-0170 (G) • 316-461-3523 (T) • Bill ToewS: 620-382-6173 September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Grand Champion Land of Lincol

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2011 Illinois State Fair Open Show Exhibited by Ethan Hanold, Placed by Walsh.

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Proven Program of Champions! Partners for Performance Female Sale • October 8, 2011 • Firebaugh, CA • 3 p.m. Silveira Bros. is your choice for competitive genetics that will put you in the Winner’s Circle! Our track record for generations is proof . . .

Silveiras Wendy 0301

Won owned reserve early spring heifer calf champion at the 2011 Western Regional Junior Angus Show in Reno, NV. Austin Traynham, Maxwell, CA, owns the winning heifer.

Silveiras Erica Diana 0318

2011 Grand Champion Female, California State Fair. Owned by Wyatt Colburn, Visalia, CA

Silveiras Blackcap 9513

Won owned reserve senior heifer calf champion at the 2011 Western Regional Junior Angus Show in Reno, NV. Amy Dierberger, Madera, CA, owns the winning heifer.

Silveiras Blackcap 9504

2009-2010 Show Bull of the Year Silveiras Trubador 8551

Reserve Grand Champion at the 2010 Western Regional Junior Angus Show in Reno, NV. Won senior bull calf champion at the 2010 National Western Stock Show in Denver, CO. Garrett Blanchard, Firebaugh, CA, owns the winning bull. Co-owners: John Bouma, Missoula, MT • Donald R. Dunagen, Riverdale, CA

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Won intermediate champion heifer at the 2011 Western National Angus Futurity in Reno, NV. Grand Champion Female at the 2011 State Preview Show, Turlock, CA Won owned intermediate champion heifer at the 2011 Western Regional Junior Angus Show in Reno, NV. Madeline Wisecarver, Hanford, CA, owns the winning heifer.

Silveiras Elba 9315

Won reserve grand champion female at the 2011 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo’s Junior Angus Show. Clayton Stevenson, Brenham, TX, owns the March 2009 daughter of Gambles Hot Rod. She first won reserve senior champion.

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Silveiras Elba 2520

Rick, Allison & Garrett Blanchard and Darrell Silveira P.O. Box 37 • Firebaugh, CA 93622 Rick's Cell (559) 217-1502 Darrell Silveira • Cell (559) 217-1504 Board of Directors, American Angus Association - Term 2009-2012 Garrett Blanchard • Cell (559) 978-2778 Office: Carole Silveira • (559) 240-6004 SilveiraBros@msn.com • Fax (559) 674-9097 www.silveirabros.com

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We are proud to have CampbellCo join the sal e with their mature cow herd dispe rsal.

December 17, 2011

One of last year’s high sellers. Sold to the Jim Young family, Rising Sun, IN.

1:00pm • Producers Sale Barn • Hillsboro, Ohio • 100 head of bred heifers and cows

Service sires include: Heat Seeker, Heat Wave, Monopoly, Monopoly 2, Shiver, OCC Homer, Boardwalk, I-80, Crimson Tide, Mercedes Benz, Fired Up, Amen, Bojo, Unstopable, Walks Alone, One and Only, Pale Face, Total Solution, Eye Candy, and Smokin Joe.

Sale Consultants: KEvIn MEArS West Alexandria, OH 937-533-0169 DOUg & DEBBIE PArKE Paris, KY • 859-987-5758

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Kopp Land & Livestock

Batesville, Indiana Tim Schwab, Manager: H 812-623-3210 C 812-569-8536 Brenton West, Herdsman: 937-402-1767 www.cattleconnections.com/Kopp/index.htm

Campbellco Show Cattle Cedarville, Ohio Dave and Jodi Campbell: 937-313-5113 Opie: 937-206-5303


Contents

1-800-787-8690 • www.theshowcircuit.com

National Junior Beefmaster Show .............................. 148-150 National Junior Brangus Show ................................... 151-155 National Junior Limousin Show ................................. 156-160 OCCA ............................................................................ 168-171 Ohio State Fair .............................................................. 114-120 On & Off The Circuit ...........................................................258 Professor To Producer .........................................................249

Advertising Deadlines..................................................211, 290 Alabama Junior Round-Up ......................................... 182-185 Brad Hook B.S.......................................................................259 Business Minded........................................................... 254-255 California State Fair ..................................................... 130-133 Coming Events.............................................................. 256-257

244-247

Big, Bad, & Not Done

• Facts and advice during the Drought of 2011

Entertainment Review .........................................................248 Illinois State Fair ............................................................. 92-100 Index of Advertisers .............................................................290 Indiana State Fair .............................................................. 86-91 Iowa State Fair ............................................................... 101-113 Junior National Hereford Expo .................................. 134-141 KCCA ............................................................................. 174-176 MCCA ............................................................................ 172-173 Minnesota State Fair .................................................... 177-181 National Junior Angus Show ...................................... 142-147

251

SC Announcements

SC Flashback .........................................................................251 SC Outdoors ..........................................................................253 Show Us Your Show Circuit ........................................ 250-251 South Dakota Summer Spotlight................................ 161-167 Subscription Form ................................................................167 Tech Trends ...........................................................................243

252-253

The Life of an Ag Girl

• New monthly article from Crystal Young

Top 10 List .............................................................................255 West Virginia State Fair ............................................... 126-129 What Am I? ...........................................................................250 Wisconsin State Fair ..................................................... 121-125

• • • Show CirCuit ServiCeS • • • Advertising ..........................290 2012 Calendar...................... 211 September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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IndianaStateFair

August 5-21, 2011 Indianapolis, Ind.

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Becca Chamberlain.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Payton Farmer.

3rd Overall & Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Evan Eggersman.

4th Overall & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Madison Stockdale.

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


IndianaStateFair

August 5-21, 2011 Indianapolis, Ind.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by DJ Martin.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Christian Gamble.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Celeste Martin.

4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Samantha Brooke.

5th Overall & Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Haley Fulk.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cade Patton.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Kallie Knott.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Christian Spurlock.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Isaiah Bridwell.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Kelsie Waitt.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Matthew Knight.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Dylon Kottkamp.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Devan Cox.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Connor Bonnell.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cody Cornell.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Cody Cornell.

Champion Red Poll Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Lowes.

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JUNIOR Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Red Poll Heifer, exhibited by Kendra Nunan.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ellie Family.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Zavier Farris.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Luke Harker.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Becca Chamberlain.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Tomson.

MARKET Animals

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Phil Lechlitner.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Austin Weber.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Josh Zeltwanger.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by DJ Martin.

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BANNERS&backdrops

MARKET Animals

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Kristen Bales.

Champion Gelbvieh Steer, exhibited by Matthew Knight.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jody Miller.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Dylan Kottkamp.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Devan Cox.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Emily Bedwell.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Rachael Rogers.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Josh Zelwanger.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Ian Rudolph

Champion Red Poll Steer, exhibited by Kendra Nunan.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Chloe Martin.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Genna Carey.

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IndianaStateFair

August 5-21, 2011 Indianapolis, Ind.

OPEN Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Jim Patton.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Wilson Cattle Co.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Kallie Knott.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Christian Spurlock.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Harper Henney.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Bruce Everhart Family.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Culy.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Mark Blake.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Jennifer Cox.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Connor Bonnell.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by John Gunn.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Daniel Mooney.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Bill Johnson.

Champion Red Poll Heifer, exhibited by Garrett Lowes.

Reserve Champion Red Poll Heifer, exhibited by Skyler Jackson.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Darren Richmond.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Darren Richmond.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Xavier Ferris.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Stephenson.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Shoufler.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Callie Otis.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Ison.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Trennepohl Family.

OPEN

Heifers Champion SimSolution Heifer, exhibited by Trennepohl Family.

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Reserve Champion SimSolution Heifer, exhibited by Horstman Cattle Co.


IndianaStateFair

August 5-21, 2011 Indianapolis, Ind.

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Brennen North. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Holly Hopkins.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Jordan Parker. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Samantha Raute.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Crede Garriott. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Bradyn Ford.

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IllinoisStateFair

August 8-19, 2011 Springfield, Ill.

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

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

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Eric McClure, St. Francisville, Ill.

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sully Frick, Alexis, Ill.

4th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Dynes, Annawan, Ill.

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5th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heaton, Toulon, Ill.


BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Brooke Haas, Downs, Ill.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Payton Creasey, Macomb, Ill.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Benoit, Chebanse, Ill.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Mariah Behrends, San Jose, Ill.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg, Berwick, Ill.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Christine Todd, Minier, Ill.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Dominic Ruppert, Witt, Ill.

Reserve Champion Maine Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski, Wyoming, Ill.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg, Berwick, Ill.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Caleb Seys, Coal Valley, Ill.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Pieper, Stewardson, Ill.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Heifers

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg, Berwick, Ill.

Champion Percentage-Simm. Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski, Wyoming, Ill.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Michael Ring, Oregon, Ill.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Rylee M. Derrer, Milan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Percentage-Simm. Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski, Wyoming, Ill.

GRAND

JUNIOR

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Div. 3 Steer, exhibited by Austin Thomas Burris, Sherman, Ill.

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Reserve Grand Champion, Champion Land-Of-Lincoln, & Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Elaine Richardson, Jacksonville, Ill.


BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Steers

Reserve Champion Land-Of-Lincoln & Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Beau Branyan, Assumption, Ill.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Adam Day, Lovington, Ill.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Hunter Weber, Buckley, Ill.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Conner Builta, Farmer City, Ill.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Ethan Hanold, Brighton, Ill.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Noah Holm, Lee, Ill.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sawyer Shattuck, Coal Valley, Ill.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Jade Oros, Hettick, Ill.

Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Gracia Ramp, Yates City, Ill.

Reserve Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kayden Guymon, Burnside, Ill.

Champion Div. 2 XB Steer, exhibited by John Thompson, Lawrenceville, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Mira Oros, Hettick, Ill.

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IllinoisStateFair

August 8-19, 2011 Springfield, Ill.

OPEN Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Anderson, Chrisman, Ill.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Emily Brooks, Prophetstown, Ill.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Trent Bertsche, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Frost, Tallula, Ill.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Trihus, Toulan, Ill.

Reserve Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Rhett Lowderman, Macomb, Ill.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Bob Etherton, Dawson, Ill.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Christine Todd, Danvers, Ill.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Moore, Jerseyville, Ill.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jon Heaton, Toulon, Ill.

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OPEN Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Hanold, Brighton, Ill.

Reserve MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Abby Tomhave, Jacksonville, Ill.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by James Johnson, Niantic, Ill.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by James Johnson, Niantic, Ill.

Champion Polled Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Humphrey, Dixon, Ill.

Reserve Champion Polled Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Wes Leemon, Hoopeston, Ill.

Champion Land-Of-Lincoln Polled Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Kinsey Knauth, Watseka, Ill.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski, Wyoming, Ill.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jake Bloomberg, Berwick, Ill.

Champion Land-Of-Lincoln Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Adkins Cattle Co., Chandlerville, Ill.

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Josie John, Plymouth, Ill.

Reserve Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Adkins Cattle Co., Chandlerville, Ill.

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IllinoisStateFair

August 8-19, 2011 Springfield, Ill.

GRAND

OPEN

Steers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kinsey Knauth, Watseka, Ill.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by John Thompson, Lawrenceville, Ill.

LAND OF

Lincoln

Champion Land-Of-Lincoln & Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Ethan Hanold, Brighton, Ill.

Reserve Champion Land-Of-Lincoln & Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Adam Day, Lovington, Ill.

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OPEN Steers

BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Hunter Weber, Buckley, Ill.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Ivan Harvell, Steward, Ill.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jacob Hinshaw, Secor, Ill.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brandon Wyatt, Ogden, Ill.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Daniel Parson, Dekalb, Ill.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Cody Hill, Neoga, Ill.

GRAND

JACKPOT

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Gabrielle Lemenager.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Humphrey.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JACKPOT Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Alec Myers.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Del Adcock.

Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Rhett Lowderman.

Reserve Champion Polled Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kagney Collins.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Hanold.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Nathan Clark.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Kinsey Knauth.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Dalton Lemenager.

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Wisnefski.

Reserve Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Clay Sundberg.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Pieper.

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IowaStateFair

August 11-21, 2011 Des Moines, Iowa

GRAND

4-H

Heifers RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Nicholas Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nicholas Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

3rd Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Kennedy Core, Pleasantville, Iowa.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Chyann Smith, Storm Lake , Iowa.

5th Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel, Hartley, Iowa.

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BANNERS&backdrops

4-H Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core, Pleasantville, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Younge, Ventura, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Madison Udell, Sioux City, Iowa.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Megan Black, Batavia, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Claire Solsma, Sanborn, Iowa.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Derek Anderson, Garner, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Zach Lindsey, Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Kiley Elder, Pella, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Crall, Albia, Iowa.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Kenton Lain, Corydon, Iowa.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlin Ihns, Wilton, Iowa.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman, Garner, Iowa.

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4-H Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Colton Otto, Manning, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Madison Udell, Sioux City, Iowa.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Payton Vogel, Hartley, Iowa.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Maverick Winther, Woodbine, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Megan Warin, Maloy, Iowa.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Crall, Albia, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kiersten Jass, Garner, Iowa.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Addy Van Vliet, Pella, Iowa.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman, Garner, Iowa.

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IowaStateFair

August 11-21, 2011 Des Moines, Iowa

GRAND

4-H

Steers RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Madisyn Jorgensen, Guthrie Center, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Gracie Russell, Prescott, Iowa.

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

4th Overall & Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Bailey Core, Pleasantville, Iowa.

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5th Overall & Champion MaineAnjou, exhibited by Gracie Russell, Prescott, Iowa.


BANNERS&backdrops

4-H Steers

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Taylor Duckett, New Liberty, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Sophie Hansen, Adel, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Kaylee Miller, Lacona, Iowa.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Sydney Dunphy, Creston, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by James Gradert, Sibley, Iowa.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Chance Deppe, Maquoketa, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Tyler Krebs, Okoboji, Iowa.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Zah Lindsey, Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Adam Staudt, Marble Rock, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Jordan Ferguson, New Sharon, Iowa.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Andy Schwarz, Davenport, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Chelsey Smith, Columbus Junction, Iowa.

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4-H Steers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Tyler Mitchell, Charles City, Iowa.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by April Shields, Mount Ayr, Iowa.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Abby Staudt, Rockford, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Ryan Onstot, Carlisle, Iowa.

Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Cooper Kabela, West Branch, Iowa.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Jenel Wenndt.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Nicholas Jones, Williamsburg, Iowa.

Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Nathan Novak, Mount Vernon, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Blake Hinners, Arcadia, Iowa.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Tristen Ruppert, Mallard, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Elizabeth Jones, Williamsburg, Iowa.

3rd Overall Market Heifer, exhibited by Macey Goretska, Corydon, Iowa.

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IowaStateFair

August 11-21, 2011 Des Moines, Iowa

GRAND

FFA

Heifers RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Vogel, Hartley, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Cassandra Gradert, Sibley, Iowa.

3rd Overall & Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Justin Pfeifer, Russell, Iowa.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Brad Johnson, Maurice, Iowa.

5th Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Anna Krug, Newhall, Iowa.

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BANNERS&backdrops

IowaStateFair FFA Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lesley Roquet, Fremont, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Dallas Puls, Eldridge, Iowa.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Brad Johnson, Maurice, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Colton Shull, Albia, Iowa.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Krug, Newhall, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Blake Solsma, Sanborn, Iowa.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Amber Radcliff, Long Grove, Iowa.

Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Michael Pilcher, Blakesburg, Iowa.

Reserve MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Alexandra Hunter, DeWitt, Iowa.

Reserve Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Moothart, Fairfield, Iowa.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kristin Hansen, Elk Horn, Iowa.

Reserve ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nick Anderson, Denison, Iowa.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Trey Jass, Garner, Iowa.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Megan Janssen, Ackley, Iowa.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Breanna Gourley, Webster City, Iowa.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Kallie Burns, Bloomfield, Iowa.

FFA

Cow-Calves

Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Alexandra Hunter, DeWitt, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Alyssa Vandevoort, Pella, Iowa.

FFA Bulls

Grand Champion Bull, exhibited by Ty Sexton, Ainsworth, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull, exhibited by Kyle Biddle, Walcott, Iowa.

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IowaStateFair

August 11-21, 2011 Des Moines, Iowa

OPEN Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Younge, Ventura, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Gretchen Norris, Corydon, Iowa.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Stalcup Farms, Prescott, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Kip Cattle Company, Emerald, Wisc.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Cassandra Gradert, Sibley, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Core, Pleasantville, Iowa.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Emily Griffiths, Kendallville, Ind.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by DTK Cattle Co., Janesville, Iowa.

Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Blackhawk Cattle Co., Oregon, Ill.

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OPEN Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Balancer Heifer, exhibited by Emily Griffiths, Kendallville, Ind.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Vogel Family, Hartley, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Megan Black, Batavia, Iowa.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Anderson Limousin, Garrer, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Vorthmann Limousin, Tryenor, Iowa.

Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Zach Greiman, Garner, Iowa.

Reserve Champion LimFlex Heifer, exhibited by Dereck John Washam, Pierce City, Mo.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Underwood Farms, Moravia, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jack Kelly, Dallas Center, Iowa.

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Robinson, Coggon, Iowa.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Blueprint Cattle Company.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by TC Reds, Ringle, Wisc.

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BANNERS&backdrops

OPEN Heifers

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Solution Genetics, Cushing, Wisc.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Allison Liebhart, Maryville, Mo.

Reserve Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by T Cattle Co., Osage City, Kan.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Maddy Udell, Sioux City, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nick Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Cyclone Trace Cattle Co., Clarion, Iowa.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jass Simmentals.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Junck Simmentals.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Houston Family Simmentals.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Matt Pemberton.

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IowaStateFair

August 11-21, 2011 Des Moines, Iowa

GRAND

BREEDING FeederCalves RESERVE

Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Mittag Show Cattle, Prescott, Iowa.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion Heifer, exhibited by Trausch Farms, Anita, Iowa.

MARKET FeederCalves RESERVE

Grand Champion Market Calf, exhibited by Kysa Downing, Creston, Iowa.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Calf, exhibited by K & A Farm, Blakesburg, Iowa.

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OhioStateFair

July 27-August 7, 2011 Columbus, Ohio

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt, New Madison, Ohio.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunker, Bellevue, Ohio.

3rd Overall & Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

4th Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Sam Grauer, Shiloh, Ohio.

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5th Overall & Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Luke Spangler, Oakwood, Ohio.


JUNIOR Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Molly Spohn, Oakhill, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt, New Madison, Ohio.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Kelsey Sheeley, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Brown, Norwich, Ohio.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Sara Beanblossom, Bradford, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, Ohio.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Hannah Williamson, Warsaw, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by AJ Cluxton, Peebles, Ohio.

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

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Ali Muir, Waynesfield, Ohio.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Abigail Collins, New Paris, Ohio.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Madison Jones.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Taelor Cox.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kady Davis, Carrollton, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kameron Wise, New Philadelphia, Ohio.

JUNIOR

Heifers

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jamie Limes, Rising Sun, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Garett Davis, Carrollton, Ohio.

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OhioStateFair

July 27-August 7, 2011 Columbus, Ohio

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Div. 2 Steer, exhibited by Danielle Heintz, Lakeview, Ohio.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Div. 4 Steer, exhibited by Megan Miller, Shreve, Ohio.

3rd Overall & Champion Crossbred Div. 5 Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark, Covington, Ohio.

4th Overall & Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 4 Steer, exhibited by Madison Clark, Covington, Ohio.

5th Overall & Champion Crossbred Div. 3 Steer, exhibited by Emma Printz, New Madison, Ohio.

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BANNERS&backdrops

MARKET Animals

Grand Champion Purebred Steer, exhibited by Curtis Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Steer, exhibited by Austin Trbovich, Waynesburg, Ohio.

3rd Overall Purebred Steer, exhibited by Halie Lake, Cedarville, Ohio.

4th Overall Purebred Steer, exhibited by Cole Foor, Pataskala, Ohio.

5th Overall Purebred Steer, exhibited by Clayton Wildermuth, Lewistown, Ohio.

Champion Crossbred Div. 1 Steer, exhibited by Lance Utt, Mantua, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 1 Steer, exhibited by Sam Grauer, Shiloh, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 2 Steer, exhibited by Paige Siefring, Coldwater, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 3 Steer, exhibited by Elizabeth Heintz, Lakeview, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 5 Steer, exhibited by Tyler Heintz, Lakeview, Ohio.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Ott, Norwalk, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Mariah Bovee, Fayette, Ohio.

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OhioStateFair

July 27-August 7, 2011 Columbus, Ohio

OPEN Heifers

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Will Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

Reserve Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Victoria Trbovich, Waynesburg, Ohio.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Maple Valley Farm, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Maple Valley Farm, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Chad Wilson, Cloverdale, Ind.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kayla Alexander, Sabina, Ohio.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Johnson, Williamsport, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhib- Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited ited by Sarah Johnson, Williamsport, Ohio. by Cameron Alexander, Sabina, Ohio.

Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Y-Not Cattle, Pleasant Plain, Ohio.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Sarah Simpson, Russellville, Ohio.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Darcy Howser, Mt. Orab, Ohio.

Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Heil Cattle Co.

Reserve Champion Santa Gertrudis Heifer, exhibited by Dream Ranch.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Greenawalt, Waynesville, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunt, New Madison, Ohio.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Madison Jones, Winchester, Ohio.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Nikki Durban, West Jefferson, Ohio.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Erin Lawrence, Hebron, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by SVJ Farm/Valerie Mankey, Amity, Ohio.

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jamie Limes, Rising Sun, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Halls Simmentals, Ripley, Ohio.

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WisconsinStateFair

August 2-12, 2011 West Allis, Wisc.

GRAND

SUPREME

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Calli Bayer, Ringle, Wisc.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Aubrey Doherty, Jefferson, Wisc.

B&O

Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Paige Sudbrink, St. Croix, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Reba Keene, Potosi, Wisc.

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WisconsinStateFair GRAND

August 2-12, 2011 West Allis, Wisc.

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Colton Sullivan, Mineral Point, Wisc.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Brock May, Mineral Point, Wisc.

3rd Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Kelli Retallick, Glen Haven.

4th Overall & Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Sarah Lillesand, Sheboygan Falls, Wisc.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Heifers

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ty Bayer, Ringle, Wisc.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Brett Jones, Darlington, Wisc.

Reserve Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Jones, Darlington, Wisc.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Cody Cowan, Burlington, Wisc.

Reserve Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Justin Lillesand, Sheobygan Falls, Wisc.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Samantha Kniep, Walworth, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jeremie Siegler, Walworth, Wisc.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kade Allen, St. Croix, Wisc.

Reserve Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Kimberly Beck, Sheboygan Falls, Wisc.

Champion Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Nicholas Colle, Kewanee, Wisc.

Reserve Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Danielle Jentz, Platteville, Wisc.

Champion High-Perc. AOB Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Tonkin, Mineal Point, Wisc.

Reserve Champion High-Perc. AOB Heifer, exhibited by Paige Janke, Jackson, Wisc.

Champion Low-Perc. AOB Heifer, exhibited by Paige Sudbrink, St. Croix, Wisc.

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BANNERS&backdrops

JUNIOR

Heifers Reserve Low-Perc. AOB Heifer, exhibited by Hillary Huisheere, Janesville, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Lacey Poad, Lone Rock, Wisc.

MARKET Animals

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Jessica Radcliffe, Weston, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Claire Hawthorne, Westby, Wisc.

Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Levi Wedig, Darlington, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Tanner Crisp, Racine, Wisc.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Kasey Wisnefski, Burlington, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Jason Stanton, Whitewater, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Ty Bayer, Ringle.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Garrett Kietzmann, Clinton, Wisc.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Brodie Abney, Argyle, Wisc.

Reserve Champion AOB Steer, exhibited by Taylor M. Wenck, Racine, Wisc.

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WisconsinStateFair

August 2-12, 2011 West Allis, Wisc.

3rd Overall Market Hog, exhibited by Mercedes Schulz.

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Riley Puntney.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Matt Doney.

4th Overall Market Hog, exhibited by Austin Squires. 3rd Overall Market Lamb, exhibited by Tierney Reilly.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Tierney Reilly.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Calvin Reilly. 4th Overall Market Lamb, exhibited by Calvin Reilly.

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WestVirginiaStateFair

August 12-20, 2011 Lewisburg, W. Va.

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Chloe Mouser.

Reserve Grand & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by John Boyd.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Abbie Bartenslager.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Hadley Bequette.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Logan Wright.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Billy McCoy.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Billy McCoy.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Devon Rodgers.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Cheyenne Pitsenbarger.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ian Dransfield.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Zach Bartenslager.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by John Boyd.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jenna Mullins.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Jared Huffman.

MARKET Steers

Champion Lightweight Steer, exhibited by Zach Bartenslager.

Champion Middleweight Steer, exhibited by Shane Christopher.

Reserve Champion Middleweight Steer, exhibited by Julie Mullins.

FEEDER Calves

Champion Lightweight Feeder Calf, exhibited by Summer Patterson.

Reserve Champion Lightweight Feeder Calf, exhibited by Ben Morgan.

Reserve Champion Heavyweight Feeder Calf, exhibited by Shane Christopher.

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WestVirginiaStateFair

August 12-20, 2011 Lewisburg, W. Va.

GRAND

MARKET

Steers

RESERVE

Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Olivia McHale.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, exhibited by Miranda Dodson.

GRAND

FEEDER

Calves

RESERVE

Grand Champion Feeder Calf, exhibited by Jared Huffman.

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Reserve Grand Champion Feeder Calf, exhibited by Abbie Bartenslager.


WestVirginiaStateFair

August 12-20, 2011 Lewisburg, W. Va.

Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Ryan Vaughan. Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, exhibited by Morgan Wade.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by David Johnson. Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Haley Roberts.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by McKayla Dodson. Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Aaron Goldizen.

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CaliforniaStateFair

July 14-31, 2011 Sacramento, Calif. Judges: Joel Cowley, Houston, TX, Blake Bloomberg, Stillwater, OK

GRAND

JUNIOR

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Judge.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Judge.

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Alexius Watje.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Judge.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Wyatt Judge.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kinsey McDougald.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Nicole Reis.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Lauryn Brown.

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CaliforniaStateFair

July 14-31, 2011 Sacramento, Calif. Judges: Joel Cowley, Houston, TX, Blake Bloomberg, Stillwater, OK

GRAND

MARKET

Steers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion FFA Steer, exhibited by Carly Rose.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion 4-H Steer, exhibited by Alexius Watje.

Reserve Champion FFA Steer, exhibited by Paul Calac.

Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Stefani Hofman.

Reserve Champion 4-H Steer, exhibited by Devinann Sherwood.

Reserve Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Aliva Schneider.

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CaliforniaStateFair

July 14-31, 2011 Sacramento, Calif.

GRAND

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Ashley Judge.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Lee & Glenda Stilwell.

OPEN Heifers Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Wyatt Colburn.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Amy Dierberger.

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Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Carolyn Belden.

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Pamela Doiron.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Kallie Goss.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Nicole Reis.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Lee & Glenda Stilwell.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Judge.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Nicole Reis.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Clara Delong.

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JrNationalHerefordExpo GRAND

July 9-16, 2011 Kansas City, Mo. Judges: Brandon Callis, Brenham, Texas; Matt Claeys, West Lafayette, Ind.; & Blake Nelson, Warner, Okla.

POLLED RESERVE

Heifers

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 12 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Sarah, Vada, Hannah, and Emma Vickland, Longmont, Colo.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 9 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Blake Tucker, North Platte, Neb.

HORNED

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 4 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Kirbie Day, Waxahachie, Texas.

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Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 6 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Jessica Middleswarth, Torrington, Wyo.


POLLED Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 1 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Lauren McMillan, Ohio, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Bailey, Brice and Sallie Anderson, Buhl, Idaho.

Champion Div. 2 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Jacob and Evan Sims, Edmond, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Blake Lowderman, Macomb, Ill.

Champion Div. 3 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Mason Allan, Schulenburg, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Kinley Urbanovsky, Ada, Okla.

Champion Div. 4 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Mason Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Kari Brumley, Orovada, Nev.

Champion Div. 5 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Sara and Emily Beanblossom, Bradford, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Div. 5 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Kirbie Day, Waxahachie, Texas.

Champion Div. 6 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Rachel Adkins, Canadian, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 6 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Mark Sims, Elgin, Okla.

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BANNERS&backdrops

POLLED Heifers

Champion Div. 7 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Maxwell Cherry, Winthrop, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Div. 7 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Edy Brainard, Canadian, Texas.

Champion Div. 8 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Mason and Whitney Walker, Prairie Grove, Ark.

Reserve Champion Div. 8 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Payton Farmer, Brownstown, Ind.

Reserve Champion Div. 9 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Kari and Brooke Brumley, Orovada, Nev.

Champion Div. 10 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Emilee and Dylan Kottkamp, Clayton, Ind.

Reserve Champion Div. 10 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Brayden Drum, Harrisburg, Ark.

Champion Div. 11 Polled Heifer, exhibited by John Heyl, The Plains, Va.

Reserve Champion Div. 11 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Karey Howes, Taneytown, Md.

Reserve Champion Div. 12 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Buck, Madill, Okla.

Champion Div. 13 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Allan, Schulenburg, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 13 Polled Heifer, exhibited by Anna Krieger, Universal, Ind.

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HORNED Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 1 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Ben Diekevers, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Champion Div. 2 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Jess Hawk, Earlville, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Shelby Cowan, Maple Hill, Kan.

Champion Div. 3 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Kari Brumley, Orovada, Nev.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Tyler Allan, Schulenburg, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Bryden Barber, Channing, Texas.

Champion Div. 5 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Mitchell Tucker, North Platte, Neb.

Reserve Champion Div. 5 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Korbin Collins, Flanagan, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 6 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Culy, Hagerstown, Ind.

Champion Div. 7 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Buck, Madill, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 7 Horned Heifer, exhibited by Scott Chachere, Dayton, Texas.

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JrNationalHerefordExpo GRAND

July 9-16, 2011 Kansas City, Mo. Judges: Brandon Callis, Brenham, Texas; Matt Claeys, West Lafayette, Ind.; & Blake Nelson, Warner, Okla.

B&O

RESERVE

Heifers

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 5 Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Blake Tucker, North Platte, Neb.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 7 Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Cody, Casey and Jessica Jensen, Courtland, Kan.

B&O

Bulls RESERVE

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Hayley Miller, Thorntown, Ind.

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Reserve Grand Champion Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Chance Deppe, Maquoketa, Iowa.


B&O Heifers

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 1 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Jillian Adams, Springfield, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Lauren McMillan, Ohio, Ill.

Champion Div. 2 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Blake Lowderman, Macomb, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Jess Hawk, Earlville, Ill.

Champion Div. 3 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Rylee Barber, Channing, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Kari Brumley, Orovada, Nev.

Champion Div. 4 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Kirbie Day, Waxahachie, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Mark Sims, Elgin, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 5 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Austin Howe, Wagontown, Pa.

Champion Div. 6 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Keysto and Miranda Stotz, Skiatook, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 6 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Joel Butler, Republic, Mo.

Reserve Champion Div. 7 B&O Heifer, exhibited by Emilee Kottkamp, Clayton, Ind.

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JrNationalHerefordExpo GRAND

July 9-16, 2011 Kansas City, Mo. Judges: Brandon Callis, Brenham, Texas; Matt Claeys, West Lafayette, Ind.; & Blake Nelson, Warner, Okla.

OWNED

Pairs

Grand Champion & Champion Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Danielle Starr, Manawa, Wis.

RESERVE GRAND

Reserve Champion Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Brice, Bailey and Sallie Anderson, Buhl, Idaho.

B&O

Pairs

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion B&O Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Julie Choate, Pleasant Hope, Mo.

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Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Cody Beck, Bainbridge, Ind.


JrNationalHerefordExpo

July 9-16, 2011 Kansas City, Mo. Judges: Brandon Callis, Matt Claeys, & Blake Nelson.

Grand Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Jessica Middleswarth, Torrington, Wyo.

Reserve Grand Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Makenzie Schantz, Bloomfield, Ind.

Grand Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Tyler Allan, Schulenburg, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Austin Breeding, Miami, Texas.

Grand Champion Carcass Steer, exhibited by Grady, Mattie and Harrison McMahon, Ayr, Neb.

Reserve Grand Champion Carcass Steer, exhibited by Chance Deppe, Maquoketa, Iowa.

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NationalJuniorAngusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 Harrisburg, Pa. Judges: Ernie Wallace, Brent Murphy, Alan Miller, and Mark Johnson.

OWNED

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 6 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Anderson, Chrisman, Ill.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 12 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Kaitlyn Clarke, West Chester, Ohio.

B&O

Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 5 Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Kyle Greiman, Garner, Iowa.

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Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Div. 5 Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Blake Boyd, Mayslick, Ky.


BANNERS&backdrops

OWNED

Heifers

Champion Div. 1 Heifer, exhibited by John Jacobs, Sulphur, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Heifer, exhibited by Ryne Friesen, Arnett, Okla.

Champion Div. 2 Heifer, exhibited by Trent Ray, Abindgon, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Heifer, exhibited by Taylor Adcock, Moweaqua, Ill.

Champion Div. 3 Heifer, exhibited by Jacob Heimsoth, Lathrop, Mo.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Heifer, exhibited by Caroline Cowles, Rockfield, Ky.

Champion Div. 4 Heifer, exhibited by William Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Heifer, exhibited by Trent Ray, Abingdon, Ill.

Champion Div. 5 Heifer, exhibited by Megan Hunker, Bellevue, Ohio.

Reserve Champion Div. 5 Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Schnoor, Chowchilla, Calif.

Reserve Champion Div. 6 Heifer, exhibited by Calli Bayer, Ringle, Wisc.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 7 Heifer, exhibited by Sydney Younge, Ventura, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Div. 7 Heifer, exhibited by Savannah Levisay, Creston, Calif.

Champion Div. 8 Heifer, exhibited by Kendall Stahl, Brimfield, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 8 Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Harsh, Radnor, Ohio.

Champion Div. 9 Heifer, exhibited by Eric McClure, Saint Francisville, Ill.

Reserve Champion Div. 9 Heifer, exhibited by Cheyenne Jones, Franklinton, La.

Champion Div. 10 Heifer, exhibited by Kolby Shepard, Perkins, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 10 Heifer, exhibited by Kade Patton, Frankfort, Ind.

Champion Div. 11 Heifer, exhibited by Cory Watt, Iva, SC.

OWNED

Heifers

Reserve Champion Div. 11 Heifer, exhibited by Courtney Younge, Ventura, Iowa.

Reserve Champion Div. 12 Heifer, exhibited by Jackson Wingert, Ottawa, Kan.

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BANNERS&backdrops

B&O

Heifers Champion Div. 1 Heifer, exhibited by Macy Perry, Prather, Calif.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Heifer, exhibited by Cody Theis, Leavenworth, Kan.

Champion Div. 2 Heifer, exhibited by Ryan Callahan, Edmond, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Champion Div. 3 Heifer, exhibited by Lawson Rowlett, Hurricane Mills, Tenn.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Heifer, exhibited by Katy Satree, Montague, Texas.

Champion Div. 4 Heifer, exhibited by Savannah Brauning, Finksburg, Md.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Heifer, exhibited by Gabrielle Lemenger, Clifton, Ill.

Champion Div. 6 Heifer, exhibited by Katelyn McCoy, La Grande, Ore.

Reserve Champion Div. 6 Heifer, exhibited by Savannah Levisay, Creston, Calif.

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NationalJuniorAngusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 Harrisburg, Pa. Judges: Ernie Wallace, Brent Murphy, Alan Miller, and Mark Johnson.

OWNED Cow-Calves RESERVE

Champion Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Hunter Hamilton, Heltonville, Ind.

Reserve Champion Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Lindsey Grimes, Hillsboro, Ohio.

GRAND

B&O Cow-Calves RESERVE

Champion Bred & Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Chase Thummel, Sheridan, Mo.

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Josh May, Hurricane Mills, Tenn.

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NationalJuniorAngusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 Harrisburg, Pa. Judges: Ernie Wallace, Brent Murphy, Alan Miller, and Mark Johnson.

B&O

Bulls RESERVE

Champion Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Kade Patton, Frankfort, Ind.

GRAND

Reserve Champion Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Katy Satree, Montague, Texas.

STEERS RESERVE

Champion Steer, exhibited by James Full, Mount Airy, Md.

Reserve Champion Steer, exhibited by Ryan Nolt, New Holland, Pa.

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NationalJrBeefmasterShow

July 18-24, 2011 West Monroe, La.

GRAND

OWNED

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 3 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Shawn Skaggs.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 4 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Braylee Mackie.

B&O

Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Braylee Mackie.

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Reserve Grand Champion Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Rex West.


Champion Div. 1 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Kolton Brady.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Reagan Emmons.

Champion Div. 2 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Nikki Brady.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Rex West.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Saye.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Owned Heifer, exhibited by Rex West.

GRAND

BULLS RESERVE

Grand Champion Bull, exhibited by Shawn Skaggs.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull, exhibited by Caitlin Ewing.

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NationalJrBeefmasterShow GRAND

July 18-24, 2011 West Monroe, La.

OVERALL

Steers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Ultrasound Carcass Steer, exhibited by Tori Perkins.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Ultrasound Carcass Steer, exhibited by Sarah Brock.

LIVE Steers

Champion Live Steer, exhibited by Connor Reed.

Reserve Champion Live Steer, exhibited by Nate Compton.

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NationalJrBrangusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 West Monroe, La. Judges: Mark Core, Pleasantville, IA, & Wes Stover, Binger, OK.

BLACK

Owned Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 4 Black Owned Heifer, exhibited by Ellie Jorgenson, Tyler, Texas.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 5 Black Owned Heifer, exhibited by Colton Coufal, Cameron, Texas.

BLACK

B&O Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 2 Black Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Savannah Scott, Angleton, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 3 Black Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Callie Scott, Angleton, Texas.

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BANNERS&backdrops

BLACK Owned Heifers

Champion Div. 1 Black Heifer, exhibited by Abbie Jorgenson, Tyler, Texas.

Reserve Div. 1 Black Heifer, exhibited by Colton Coufal, Cameron, Texas.

Champion Div. 2 Black Heifer, exhibited by Alexandra Wilson, Fairview, Texas.

Reserve Div. 2 Black Heifer, exhibited by Matt Wellmann, Brenham, Texas.

Champion Div. 3 Black Heifer, exhibited by Emily Jackson, Waco, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Black Heifer, exhibited by Kody Lucherk, Falls City, Texas.

Reserve Div. 4 Black Heifer, exhibited by Matt Wellmann, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Div. 5 Black Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Savoie, Jennings, La.

Champion Div. 6 Black Heifer, exhibited by Callie Scott, Angleton, Texas.

BLACK B&O Heifers

Champion Div. 1 Black B&O Heifer, exhibReserve Div. 1 Black B&O Heifer, ited by Derek Johnston, Waxahachie, Texas. exhibited by Katy Knox, Hempstead, Texas.

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Reserve Div. 2 Black B&O Heifer, exhibited by Callie Scott, Angleton, Texas.


NationalJrBrangusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 West Monroe, La. Judges: Mark Core, Pleasantville, IA, & Wes Stover, Binger, OK.

COW-CALF RESERVE

Pairs

Grand Champion Black Pair, exhibited by Jake Johnston, Waxahachie, Texas.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion Black Pair, exhibited by Callie Scott, Angleton, Texas.

BLACK

Bulls

RESERVE

Grand Champion Black Bull, exhibited by Jack Gorczyca IV, Harrah, Okla.

Reserve Grand Champion Black Bull, exhibited by Stephen Roop, Grapevine, Texas.

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NationalJrBrangusShow GRAND

July 10-16, 2011 West Monroe, La. Judges: Mark Core, Pleasantville, IA, & Wes Stover, Binger, OK.

RED

Owned Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 4 Red Owned Heifer, exhibited by Mackenzie Gillham, Maysville, Texas.

GRAND BULL

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 3 Red Owned Heifer, exhibited by Tobi Parrott, Mamou, La.

GRAND B&O

Grand Champion Red Bull, exhibited by Katy Knox, Hempstead, Texas.

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Grand Champion Red Bred & Owned Heifer, exhibited by Katy Knox, Hempstead, Texas.


RED Owned Heifers

Champion Div. 1 Red Heifer, exhibited by Matt Wellmann, Brenham, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Red Heifer, exhibited by Faryn Fort, Waller, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Red Heifer, exhibited by Kelsey Munoz, Pearland, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Red Heifer, exhibited by Heather Graham, El Camp, Texas.

BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 1 Red Heifer, exhibited by Matt Wellmann, Brenham, Texas.

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NationalJrLimousinShow GRAND

July 9-15, 2011 Amarillo, Texas Judges: Lee Pritchard, Bells, Texas; & Jeff Sargent, VanAlstyne, Texas

OWNED

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 6 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Call Carmichael, Midland, Texas.

GRAND

Reserve Grand & Champion Div. 1 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Christine Todd, Danvers, Ill.

B&O

Heifers RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 3 Bred & Owned Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Woodard, Calhan, Colo.

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Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Div. 1 Bred & Owned Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Blair Davis, Brownwood, Texas.


BANNERS&backdrops

OWNED

Heifers Reserve Champion Div. 1 Purebred Heifer, Champion Div. 2 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cody Heaven, Springfield, Mo. exhibited by Travis Payne, Levelland, Texas.

Reserve Div. 2 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Woodard, Calhan, Colo.

Champion Div. 3 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Bailey Carter, Carter, Okla.

Reserve Champion Div. 3 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Katie Hefner, Stillwater, Okla.

Champion Div. 4 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Stowers, Bridgeport, Texas.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Rachel Booth, Miami, Okla.

Champion Div. 5 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Winnie Combs, White House, Tenn.

Reserve Champion Div. 5 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cody Heavin, Springfield, Mo.

Reserve Div. 6 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Cassidy Woodard, Calhan, Colo.

Champion Div. 2 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Mara Anderson, Garner, Iowa.

Reserve Div. 2 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Shayla Carmichael, Midland, Texas.

B&O

Heifers

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Purebred Heifer, exhibited by Caityln Ochsner, Kersey, Colo.

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NationalJrLimousinShow GRAND

July 9-15, 2011 Amarillo, Texas Judges: Lee Pritchard, Bells, Texas; & Jeff Sargent, VanAlstyne, Texas

LIM-FLEX

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Grant Racca, Iowa, La.

GRAND

Resere Grand Champion Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Brooke Heavin, Springfield, Mo.

B&O LIM-FLEX

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion Bred & Owned Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Megan Greenawalt, Lynchburg, Ohio.

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Reserve Grand Champion Bred & Owned Lim-Flex Heifer, exhibited by Jackson Straight, Logan, Iowa.


NationalJrLimousinShow GRAND

July 9-15, 2011 Amarillo, Texas Judges: Lee Pritchard, Bells, Texas; & Jeff Sargent, VanAlstyne, Texas

PUREBRED

Bulls

RESERVE

Grand Champion Purebred Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Kyle Delaplaine, Gettysburg, Pa.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Clay Schilling, Edson, Kan.

LIM-FLEX

Bulls

RESERVE

Grand Champion Lim-Flex Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Troy Holdman, Sundown, Texas.

Reserve Grand Champion Lim-Flex Bred & Owned Bull, exhibited by Cassidy Woodard, Calhan, Colo.

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NationalJrLimousinShow GRAND

July 9-15, 2011 Amarillo, Texas Judges: Lee Pritchard, Bells, Texas; & Jeff Sargent, VanAlstyne, Texas

PROGRESS

Steers

RESERVE

Grand Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Caitlyn Ochsner, Kersey, Colo.

GRAND

Reserve Grand Champion Progress Steer, exhibited by Aubrey Hilt, Louisburg, Kan.

PROSPECT

Steers

RESERVE

Grand Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Nichole Keeton, Wolfforth, Texas.

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Reserve Grand Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Christine Todd, Danvers, Ill.


So.Dak.SummerSpotlight

July 22-24, 2011 Huron, SD

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Dani Jo Stoltz.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Chesney Effling.

3rd Overall & Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Jaxon Schrag.

4th Overall & Champion High-Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Chesney Effling.

5th Overall & Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Emma Schaunaman.

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BANNERS&backdrops

BREEDING

Heifers

Champion B&O Angus Heifer, exhibited by Weston Geppert.

Reserve Champion B&O Angus Heifer, exhibited by Britney Bush.

Champion Owned Angus Heifer, exhibited by Madison Styles.

Reserve Champion Owned Angus Heifer, exhibited by Weston Geppert.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Stephanie Mack.

Champion Composite Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Andrew Adam.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Britney Volek.

Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Britney Volek.

Reserve Champion Gelbvieh Heifer, exhibited by Anna Duxbury.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Regan Erickson.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Nicole Peckham.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Chelsea Albrecht.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Kaley Nolz.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Sammi Schrag.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Justin Ringkob.

Reserve Champion MaineTainer Heifer, exhibited by Jordan Archambeau.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Daniel Weidenbach.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Jaden Fiellogg.

Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sammi Schrag.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Sammi Schrag.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Cagney Effling.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Cagney Effling.

Reserve Champion High-Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Adam Eichacker.

Champion Low-Perc.-Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Jaden Kellogg.

Champion Futurity Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Austin Green.

Reserve Champion Futurity Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Justin TeKrony.

South Dakota

Summer Spotlight Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Blaine Geppert.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Mariah Glaus.

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So.Dak.SummerSpotlight

July 22-24, 2011 Huron, SD

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Ashley Beer.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Ashley Beer.

3rd Overall & Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Cagney Effling.

4th Overall & Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Bayley Kroupa.

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5th Overall & Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Adam Eichacker.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Purebred Angus Steer, exhibited by Ty Mogck.

Champion Commercial Angus Steer, exhibited by Hadley Stiefvater.

Reserve Champion Commercial Angus Steer, exhibited by Riley Zoss.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Cade Opheim.

Reserve Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Lexi Opheim.

Reserve Champion Chianina Steer, exhibited by Sam Schaunaman.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Chesney Effling.

Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Payton Geppert.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Kaley Nolz

Reserve Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Jill Stern

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Sam Schaunaman.

Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Collin Weidenbach.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Steer, exhibited by Justine Sanderson.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Casey Nilsson.

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Cadee Schelske.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Brooke Begalka.

Reserve Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Karly Schaunaman.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Tyler Bush.

South Dakota

Summer Spotlight

MARKET Animals Reserve Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Ethan Johnson.

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So.Dak.SummerSpotlight

July 22-24, 2011 Huron, SD

Grand Champion Market Barrow, exhibited by Carly Johnke. Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow, exhibited by Bayley Kroupa.

Grand Champion Market Gilt, exhibited by Bayley Kroupa.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Gilt, exhibited by Brooke Begalka.

Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Jared Whitcomb.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb, exhibited by Hannah Stoebner.

Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Hannah Peterson.

Grand Champion Market Goat, exhibited by Brooke Begalka.

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Showmanship Points by Division Oklahoma Club Calf Association - September 2011

If you’re from Oklahoma, you are tired of the HOT AND DRY. It is the hottest summer recorded. This week makes the 60th day over 100 degrees. and in the southern half of the state the 90th day. Please pray for rain and cooler temps. We Okies have had enough! I hope everyone made it home safe from Jr. Nationals. Most people are getting ready for or are at county fair. Good luck. State Fairs are just around the corner, and everyone is getting ready. Hope it is cool enough the cattle don’t loose all their hair. The Wanted Ones Sale is coming up during the Tulsa State Fair. If you have cattle to consign, contact the sale manager, Morgan Sheive, and she will be happy to assist you. Entry forms are available online at our website, www.oklahomaclubcalfassociation.com. Remember, if you purchased cattle in the sale last year, you are eligible for the show back on Friday, October 7th, in the afternoon. Again, we want to thank our Platinum Sponsors: Cinch, Cruel Girl, Purina, and CM Trailers. Without you, we could not help these great kids. Good luck at the State Fairs, and we will see you at The Wanted Ones Sale on October 7 at 5:00 P.M.

Tim B Stidham, OCCA President

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

Div.

Last Name

First

Pts.

Div.

Last Name

First

Pts.

Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior

Courtney Hayes Hatter Runner Armitage Courtney Hutchison Griffith Rhodes Cash Bilderback Krebs Thompson Hoover Melton Perryman Green

Brock Blaklee Bethany Blake Sarah Madison Brock Hadley Kye Dalton Lauren Brant Raylyn Paige Kendell Jake Paul Brock

202 152 139 73 64 29 16 12 10 8 8 6 4 4 2 2 2

Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm.

Cantrell Bowen Gould Cash Hill Graven Spears Klusmeyer Symes Guthrie Symes

Parker Kade Jacob Darci Matthew Hannah Candace Jayden A.K. Will Paden

48 44 34 24 22 17 15 15 2 2 2

Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm. Interm.

Cunningham Colt Blakley Reighly Green Katie Wynn Morgan Shepard Kolby

Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior

Chrz Abbey Sheive Lauren Grossnicklaus Jake Griswold Macy Christensen Audrey Green Sara Woods Gabrielle Prough Jace Armitage Hannah Alexander Kathy Earnhardt Sidney

150 96 81 64 58 52 42 24 24 10 2

Pts.

149 147 85 54 52

Overall Showmanship Points

Div.

Last Name

First

1 2 3 4 5

Courtney Brock Hayes Blaklee Chrz Abbey Cunningham Colt Blakley Reighly

Pts.

Div.

Last Name

First

202 152 150 149 147

6 7 8 9 10

Hatter Bethany Sheive Lauren Green Katie Grossnicklaus Jake Runner Blake

139 96 85 81 73

OCCA Membership Application

Name: ____________________________________________ Phone: ________________________ Email: ______________________________ Address: _____________________________________________ City: ___________________________ State: ______ Zip: ________________ Date of birth: ____________________ My School is: __________________________________where I am a member of (circle one) 4-H or FFA FFA District (circle one)

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SE

SW

NE

NW

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

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Heifer Points by Division Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB AOB

Christensen Audrey Chapman Victoria Bowen Kade Stewart Jenna Fargo Raven Enyart Lane Enyart Dylan Evans Ashton Enyart Dylan Felkner Patricia Lingo Jadyn Chrz Abbey Smith Cody Hoover Paige

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

86 82 76 56 52 40 32 26 22 20 20 20 12 12

Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford Hereford

Courtney Northcutt Gould Prough Hayes Rhodes Bilderback Chaney Shepard Shepard Shepard Evans Coffey

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

110 92 78 70 57 27 26 26 20 20 12 10 10

American American American American American American

Yocham Yocham Ozmet Sharp Griffith Sharp

Hank Dedrick Kane Racheal Hadley Chrissy

NE NE C SE C SE

112 104 80 56 40 10

Limousin Limousin Limousin

Cunningham Colt NE Christensenb Audrey C Vigil Tayla C

132 82 40

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

Green Wynn Alexander Courtney Shepard Runner Northcutt Krebs Graven Strate Green Ivory Cash

Sara Morgan Karly Brock Kolby Blake Lucas Chace Hannah Jarred Katie Sam Darci

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

116 90 76 70 56 51 30 30 13 12 12 10 6

Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine

Courtney Brock Chrz Abbey Wood Avry Runner Blake Blakley Reighly Grossnicklas Jake Coggins Macy Pittman Beth Simon Dylan Armitage Sara Melton Kendall

NE NW SE NE NE SW NE SW NW SE NW

126 118 80 70 68 50 40 24 20 20 12

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

Gregory Wood Cooper Bowen Alexander Wynn Schovenec Bulling Woods Cambell Chrz Thomas Strate Klusmeyer Symes Hill Simon

Cammi Avry Baylie Kade Karly Morgan Braden Bryce Gabrielle Clancey Abbey Darrell Jarred Jayden Anne K. Matthew Dylan

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

114 100 76 76 66 60 50 40 36 26 12 20 20 18 12 10 6

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

Jones Blakley Runner Chapman Alexander Chaney Cooper Armitage Blakey Christian Will Elam

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

82 70 48 30 30 30 26 22 20 20 12 6

Red Angus Hutchison Brock Red Angus Guthrie Will Red Angus McDuffee Wacey

NW NW C

102 80 6

Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn Shorthorn

SE NW NW C SW

96 80 46 30 10

Woods Gregory Cash Brady Ivory

Brock Lucas Jacob Jace Blaklee Kya Lauren Madison Brad Isac Lauren Brooke Laramie

Colby Reighly Blake Victoria Katie Madison Baylie Hannah Adrienne Allison Jenna Colt

Gabrielle Kaylen Darci Cale Ben

Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

ShPlus ShPlus ShPlus

Thompson Raylyn Clark Halie Lingo Jorden

NE SW SW

40 32 20

Simmental Griswold Macy Simmental Armitage Hannah

C SE

70 42

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

Strickland McKenzie Grossnicklas Jake Alexander Katie Armitage Hannah Green Katie Simon Dylan Hill Matthew Vigil Teirra Northcutt Lucas Klusmeyer Jayden Enyart Lane Hatter Bethany Newman Calli Ivory Sarah

C SW SW SE NE NW SE C C NW NE NW NE 10

280 50 30 20 26 22 20 20 20 18 16 12 12 10

Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm. Comm.

Gregory Christian Sheive Cash Cambell Hatter Griswold Courtney Sperie Strate Robbins Hill Sperie Hiebert Chrz Green Evans Coffey Thompson Green Ivory Green Cullum Armitage Symes

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

110 70 60 50 48 42 40 38 36 36 30 30 26 20 20 20 20 18 16 12 10 8 6 6 6

Cammi Allison Lauren Dalton Clancey Bethany Macy Madison Mariah Jarred Holden Matthew Ryan Kyle Abbey Sara Brooke Laramie Raylyn Katie Ben Brock Julie Sarah Anne K.

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Steers Points by Division Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

AOB

Batt

Tyler

SW

56

AOB

Seelke

Mason

NW

52

AOB

Ray

William

SW

40

AOB

Stults

Ryan

C

36

AOB

Jones

Colby

SE

32

AOB

Weldon

Brys

NE

30

AOB

Smith

Kydie Jo

C

20

AOB

Daley

Jacob

NE

20

AOB

Lingle

Jaden

SW

16

AOB

Barker

Kody

SW

12

Angus

Blakley

Reighly

NE

86

Angus

Weldon

Brys

NE

46

Angus

Fuss

Austyn

NE

40

Angus

Cato

Abby

SE

40

Angus

Hatter

Bethany

NW

32

Angus

Symes

Paden

SW

30

Angus

Testerman Mylah

SW

26

Angus

Reuter

Clay

SW

22

Angus

Spears

Candace

NE

20

Angus

Creason

Adam

NW

20

Angus

Batt

Tyler

SW

16

Angus

Barker

Kody

SW

16

Chianina

Perryman Jake

NE

88

Chianina

Isbell

Kylee

SW

76

Chianina

Thorp

Jake

NW

58

Chianina

Spears

Candace

NE

51

Chianina

Stults

Ryan

C

43

Chianina

Arthur

Madyson

SW

40

Chianina

Wynn

Morgan

SE

30

Chianina

Starks

Macy

NW

20

Chianina

Thrasher

Scout

NW

16

Chianina

Creason

Owen

NW

12

Chianina

Schneider Ry

SW

12

Chianina

Reuter

Clark

SW

12

Chianina

Daley

Jacob

NE

3

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Breed

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Breed

Hereford

Klaassen

Reagen

SW

130

Hereford

Bowen

Kade

C

Hereford

Cantrell

Parker

Hereford

Last Name First

Dist.

Pts.

Crossbred Testerman Mylah

SW

74

56

Crossbred Thrasher

Scout

NW

60

NE

40

Crossbred Searcey

Sawyer

SW

44

Alexander Karly

SW

26

Crossbred Hatter

Bethany

NW

32

Hereford

Cunningham Colt

NE

20

Crossbred Thorp

Jamie

NW

28

Hereford

Hale

Chance

SW

20

Crossbred Rolin

Brandon

C

20

Hereford

Krebs

Chace

SE

10

Crossbred Chaney

Madison

C

20

Crossbred Batt

Tyler

SW

20

Limousin

Spears

Candace

NE

58

Crossbred Hudgins

Garrett

NE

20

Limousin

Sheive

Lauren

SW

50

Crossbred Wynn

Morgan

SE

12

Limousin

Alexander Karly

SW

16

Crossbred Symes

Paden

SW

6

Limousin

Bulling

Bryce

NW

12

Crossbred Barker

Kody

SW

6

Limousin

Childs

Caylee

SW

12

Maine

Jones

Colby

SE

88

Maine

Bulling

Bryce

NW

46

Maine

Bonham

Baylor

C

40

Maine

Searcey

Sawyer

SW

18

Maine

Chaney

Madison

C

10

Shorthorn Runner

Blake

NE

96

Shorthorn Chrz

Abbey

NW

58

Shorthorn Krebs

Brant

SE

45

Shorthorn Stanley

Kylee

SW

36

Shorthorn Creason

Elese

NW

20

Shorthorn Earnheart Sidney

SW

20

Shorthorn Rolin

Brandon

C

12

Shorthorn Spears

Candace

NE

10

Shorthorn Cullum

Daniel

SE

10

Simmental Blakley

Reighly

NE

66

Simmental Talioferro Hunter

SW

60

Simmental Cato

Kolby

SE

32

Simmental Thorp

Jessica

NW

30

Simmental Earnheart Sidney

SW

20

Simmental Strickland McKenzie C

16

Simmental Woods

Gabrielle

SE

12

Simmental Thorp

Jake

NW

12

Crossbred Thorp

Jessica

NW

92


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

Heifers

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10

Brock McKenzie Cammi Avry Abbey Blake Audrey Kade Morgan Karly Lucas

NE C NW SE NW NE C C SE SW C

Courtney Strickland Gregory Wood Chrz Runner Christensen Bowen Wynn Alexander Northcutt

306 280 224 180 170 169 168 152 150 142 142

Top Novice Heifer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

1 2 3 4 5

Tayla C Madison NE Chace SE Adrienne C Anne Katherine C

Vigil Courtney Krebs Blakey Symes

District Pts. 40 38 30 20 18

Steers

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 4 6 7 8 9 10

Reighly Candess Reagen Jessica Colby Mylah Blake Tyler Jake Ryan

NE NE SW NW SE NW NE SW NE C

Blakley Spears Klaassen Thorp Jones Testerman Runner Batt Perryman Stults

152 139 130 122 120 100 96 92 88 79

Top Novice Steer Exhibitors

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5

Kylee Brant William Kylee Brandon

SW SE SW SW C

Isbell Krebs Ray Stanley Rolin

76 45 40 36 32

Overall Top Heifer Exhibitors by Region

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 9 9

Griswold Bowen Christian Chapman Ozmet Gould Chaney Shepard Griffith Vigil

Macy Kade Allison Victoria Kane Jacob Madison Kolby Hadley Tayla

C C C C C C C C C C

110 100 90 82 80 78 56 56 40 40

6 7 8 8 10

Hatter Cash Schovenec Cash Simon

Bethany Darci Braden Dalton Dylan

NW NW NW NW NW

54 52 50 50 48

1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 9 9

Green Cooper Yocham Yocham Cambell Enyart Thompson Enyart Cunningham Green

Sara Bailie Hank Dedrick Clancey Lane Raylyn Dylan Colt Katie

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

136 102 82 78 74 56 56 54 50 50

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 9 10 10

Armitage Jones Hill Hayes Sharp Fargo Krebs Evans Rhodes Armitage Evans

Hannah Colby Matthew Blaklee Racheal Raven Chace Brooke Kye Sarah Ashton

SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE SE

84 82 60 57 56 52 30 30 27 26 26

1 2 2 4 5

Hutchison Gregory Guthrie Strate Stewart

Brock Kaylen Will Jarred Jenna

NW NW NW NW NW

102 80 80 68 56

1 2 3 4 4 6 7 8 9 9

Grossnicklas Prough Alexander Sheive Prough Sperie Clark Sperie Bilderback Pittman

Jake Jace Katie Lauren Jace Mariah Halie Ryan Lauren Beth

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

100 70 60 60 50 36 32 26 26 24

Overall Top Steer Exhibitors by Region

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

Place Last Name

First Name

District Pts.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Bowen Bonham Rolin Chaney Smith Strickland

Kade Baylor Brandon Madison Kydie McKenzie

C C C C C C

56 40 32 30 20 16

3 4 5 6 6

Cato Cato Woods Cullum Krebs

Abby Kolby Gabrielle Daniel Chace

SE SE SE SE SE

40 32 12 10 10

1 1 3 4 4

Fuss Cantrell Daley Cunningham Hudgins

Austyn Parker Jacob Colt Garrett

NE NE NE NE NE

40 40 23 20 20

1 2 2 4 5 6 6 6 9

Hatter Bulling Chrz Seelke Thorp Creason Creason Starks Creason

Bethany Bryce Abbey Mason Jamie Adam Elese Macy Owen

NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW NW

64 58 58 52 28 20 20 20 12

1 2 3 4 5 5 5 8 8 10

Isbell Searcey Sheive Alexander Ray Earnheart Arthur Stanley Symes Barker

Kylee Sawyer Lauren Karly William Sidney Madyson Kylee Paden Kody

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

76 62 50 42 40 40 40 36 36 34

1 2

Krebs Wynn

Brant Morgan

SE SE

45 42

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Missouri Club Calf Association Advisors

www.missouriclubcalfassoc.com

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

What A Great Year!

Thank you all for your support! A special thank you to Abracadabra Cattle Co., the Ewing/Abramovitz for sponsoring our overall exhibitor prize this year. You guys are awesome! October 1st will be a special day this year, as it is the day of our first Champions Beyond the Ring leadership conference, in conjunction with the awards presentations and announcement of the 2012 Junior Board. Thanks again - and remember, it is never too early to sign up!

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

No poiNtS ACCuMulAte uNtil DueS Are pAiD iN full.

Note: Points current as of through May 10. Showmanship is not listed because all shows have not reported their show results. Points do not accumulate until the date that dues are paid. You can still become a member. If a discrepancy is believed, please contact Samantha Graves.

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Missouri Club Calf Association

Heifer Points

ANGUS Gerloff Dakota Connell Gregory Higgins Christina Richardson Ashlyn Behlmann Conrad Gerke Adam Summers Evan Hudson Corey Gerke Tyler Kahlenbeck Chris Hudson Christopher Kahlenbeck Chris Gerke Tyler Higgins Brittany Behlmann Stephanie Miller Taylor Summers Evan Plank Brandon Kahlenbeck Chris CHAROLAIS Hendrix Clayton Henley Parker Owings Matthew Owings Matthew CHAROLAIS COMPOSIte Oerke Weston CHIANINA Barker Collin Loges Taylor Nolting Lexie Bastian Chris Baker Tylar Stout Devon Hudson Tanner Robertson Haley Plank Brandon Carlson Rachael Mawson Callie Lea Hannah Mawson Callie Mawson Mackenzie Tallman Molly GeLBVIeH McDonald Emma HeReFORD Gerke Tyler Miller Taylor Gregory Devann Miller Taylor Vest David Marek Sidney Marek Sidney Gregory Devann Gregory Jordann Gregory Morgann Marek Kelsey Groose Eric Oerke Garrett Gregory Morgann Daehn Dustin Crumbaugh Spencer LIMOUSIN Wear Sidney

128 114 70 58 50 44 36 28 24 24 21 20 18 18 14 11 8 6 4 18 15 5 5 78 209 186 41 23 15 15 10 9 7 5 5 3 3 1 1 20 86 28 23 20 18 15 13 3 3 1 1 73 35 23 17 15 120

MAINe-ANjOU Carlson Rachael Fifer Kaitlin Kempker Trent Hudson Caleb Fifer Kaitlin MAINetAINeR Alexander Trace Lea Hannah Wilkison Taylor Barker Cassidy Alexander Trace Bruns Brooke ReD ANGUS Mayes Nick SHORtHORN Decker Ethan Harreld Clayton SHORtHORNPLUS Sicht Caroline Baker Tylar Gott Kayla Stout Devon Harreld Clayton SIMMeNtAL Fricke Chelten Webb Haley Engelbrecht Lane Fricke Chelten Aubuchon Adriene Fricke Chelten SIMSOLUtION Oerke Weston Webb Haley Plackemeier Lexi Robinson Layne Tallman Molly Staples Josh Meyer Shiana Baker Tylar Riley Jaden CROSSBReD Stout Devon Bastian Jesse Richardson Ashlyn Daehn Dustin Stout Devon Schenkel John Barker Collin Loges Olivia Barker Cassidy Yoakum Josie Werr Ben Colin Reba Robinson Layne Yoakum Hannah Yoakum Josie Jennings Bill Hendrix Clayton Oerke Weston Owings Matthew Bruns Brooke Oerke Lane Reeter Seth

85 73 65 28 24 66 48 45 43 18 15 90 51 8 98 48 15 13 10 120 69 34 10 5 5 46 33 21 20 13 11 10 6 3 153 98 85 80 55 53 46 30 26 20 19 14 13 11 8 5 3 3 3 2 1 1

Steer Points CHAROLAIS Gerloff Dakota Mayes Nick Greeley Erin Schumacher Katelyn Henley Parker Owings Matthew CHI Clark Emma Tallman Molly Gerke Tyler Mawson Callie Sicht Caroline Buckner Joe Nolting Lendie Dilly Kristin Richardson Ashlyn Colin Reba Buckner Joe Neill Madeline Riley Jaden HeReFORD Groose Eric Vest David Marek Sidney Gregory Jordann Summers Evan Mawson Mackenzie Marek Kelsey Nieder Colby Gregory Morgann LIMOUSIN Summers Evan Mawson Mackenzie MAINe Clark Mason Nieder Colby Richardson Ashlyn Connell Gregory Buckner Joe Gerke Adam Mayes Diane Robertson Haley McGaugh Taylor Wilkison Taylor Fifer Kaitlin Bruns Brooke Schenkel John MAINetAINeR Mawson Callie Hendrix Clayton Mawson Mackenzie Neill Madeline SHORtHORN Sicht Caroline Gerke Adam SHORtHORN PLUS Britt-Rankin Katlyn Gerke Adam Plank Brandon Schenkel John SIMMeNtAL Heath Chase

58 46 43 10 5 5 146 96 47 38 33 32 31 25 25 17 16 10 5 43 35 26 13 13 10 9 8 3 38 30 106 90 78 47 35 33 29 15 8 6 5 4 1 120 35 20 20

Schenkel Sidney Tallman Molly Luther Travis Stout Devon Dent Bailey Hudson Corey CROSSBReD Dent Bailey Loges Taylor Mawson Mackenzie Wear Sidney Richardson Ashlyn Greeley Erin Gerloff Dakota McCauslin Jared Staples Josh Carlson Rachael Mawson Callie Williams Cameron Sicht Caroline Aubuchon Adriene Riley Jaden Bruns Brooke Robinson Layne Plackemeier Lexi Britt-Rankin Katlyn Schmidt Bryce Clark Mason Gerke Adam Harreld Clayton McDonald Emma Behlmann Conrad Jennings Bill Nolting Lexie Summers Evan Kahlenbeck Chris Luther Travis Clark Emma Meyer Shiana Reeter Seth Vest David MARKet HeIFeR Mawson Callie Stout Devon Bastian Chris Jennings Bill Harreld Clayton Jennings Bill Wear Sidney Barker Cassidy Baker Tylar Schenkel John Tallman Molly

25 25 18 5 3 3

266 182 154 118 70 55 45 45 44 43 40 36 30 28 20 18 18 16 15 15 10 10 10 10 8 6 6 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 75 48 46 15 15 10 8 5 3 3 3

20 10 180 31 21 10 135

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Kansas Club Calf Association

Hope everybody is staying halfway cool and sane this very hot summer!!! Lots of very hot days and no rain has put many of us in bad situations, to say the least. If you are some of the fortunate who have gotten rain this summer---please pray for those of us that have gotten no rain, and there is very little chance to come. You are all probably wondering what has happened to the point postings on Ranchhub.com. As it turns out, the company has changed ownership, which created some complications for our website while that was happening. In the meantime, I had sent results from many shows that did not get put in or documented. So I am currently in the process of redoing and recounting all show points clear back to the first one, as many of them had duplications and errors in them. I am also working on getting the showmanship listings up to date. There will be a new listing soon, but I am not going to promise when. On a personal note: I am currently in the process of a divorce and moving back to Kansas to live. Have many loose ends to tie up in Oklahoma but am gaining on it. I am also starting at least one maybe two new businesses in Kansas. My target date is to be back on the Ranch by September 1, 2011, and able to spend whatever time is needed to get this all together and available for everyone to see. Please be patient with me. I will get it all done before KJLS. There are some tentative plans for the year-ends and so on, but the Board will be voting on them at the upcoming meeting. News will be out following the meeting. If you have suggestions for year-end awards, please contact your directors and give them your input. Please contact your Board member, either Junior or Adult, with any comments, changes or concerns that you may have. All issues of bylaw changes or policy changes will need to be in writing, signed by members and board member. We are still learning here and the outcome for the year is looking really good!!! CHARLES & SALLY OLIVIER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST: 2011 Please contact me or your board member if you are interested. This program will be held for any KCCA member High School Junior or Senior Students who are planning to attend college or College Freshmen in the fall of 2011. The contest will consist of an application and a public speaking contest to be held in conjunction with the Fall Outlaw Showdown Show and Calf Sale to be held weekend of November 5 and 6, 2011. There will be two $250 (maybe more!) scholarships awarded to one boy and one girl participating in the contest. Monies will be paid directly to bursars office of the university or college upon receipt of copy of “ letter of acceptance” by the scholarship committee. We have previously awarded five scholarships in the past three years. We already have some more things going for next year, as well.

Bobbi Shrum, KCCA Executive Director - bobbi@olivierranch.com - 580-541-7750

www.kansasclubcalfassociation.org

Agenda

For the KCCA & Junior Directors State Fair Meeting

1. Discuss our situation with Ranchhub.com—they have left us hanging in the point postings. 2. Establish the Showmanship point basis, since many shows did not place over two kids. 3. Establish a plan for buying awards for the year-end banquet. Several districts have not reached their goals yet of $1,000 per district. Those who have reached their goals are the Northwest and South Central. 4. All other districts need to pursue this as soon as possible for funding their year-end award sponsor goals of $1,000 per district. I am sure that each goal can be reached with a little effort by the junior and adult directors. 5. Establish place for the banquet to be held with the Winter Expo at Hutchinson?? Quint has checked with the hotel, and we can use a room in affiliation with the show. If we do that we must buy food there—alterna-

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tive is to have the banquet at the fairgrounds and do our own meal which we have some sponsor help with. Discuss the meal plan and sponsor issues with the year-end plans. 6. Resolutions for By-Laws and rule changes will be considered by the Adult and Junior Board. Any and all requests shall be in writing and be submitted to your district board member or sent to the Executive Director for consideration. These shall be signed forms provided and not accepted in email format. Form to be provided with letter that goes out. The board will then decide which ones and how and if they shall be presented for vote by the general membership. 7. The plans for 2012 show sanctioning rules and so on shall be reviewed, and any new and different ideas may be considered (ie. too many shows in any one district on the same day, etc.). 8. Any other items, to be introduced by directors.


Kansas Club Calf Association Breeding ANGUS

Nikkel Olivier Bair Hall Shipman Dickerson Frederick Flory Draper Hall Bair Steckline Garten Maneth Allen

BALANCER

Ladner Larson Dickinson

CHAROLAIS

Eidson Dickerson Dickerson Schotte Eidson

CHIANINA

Olivier Ediger Goering Ediger Nikkel Gaines Lambert Allen Deal Goetzman Shenk Waechter Dieball Draper Loomis Smith Hannah Loomis Little Penning Montgomery Shenk Montgomery

Taylor Brandon Britt Shelby Reid Grady Brandon Mackenzie Chance Shelby Dylan Blane Raine Bryce Courtney

41 35 33 20 20 18 17 15 13 12 11 10 10 5 4

Chandler Courtney Jacinda

65 28 9

Tara Ethan Grady Hadley Tara

38 23 10 10 5

Brandon Quentin Trenton Layton Ben Devon Paige Logan Katy Brett Easton Karlton Taylor Chance Justin Mercedes Cole Sarah Cade Keenan Ty Easton Ty

165 87 83 68 49 45 33 31 30 29 25 25 21 12 10 9 9 7 7 6 5 3 2

COMMERCIAL

Goering Cargill

Taylor Sierra

113 73

Ediger Nikkell Eidson Carpenter Goering Nikkel Deal McDaniel Carpenter Hannah Schotte Goering Carpenter Paz Gaines Shipman Loomis Lambert Penning Schotte Lambert

Layton Taylor Skyler Clay Taylor Ben Katy Ian Clay Cole Hadley Trenton Clay Cassidy Devin Reid Justin Paige Keenan Hadley Daniel

COMPOSITE CHAROLAIS

Steckline Dickerson Dickerson

Blane Jayce Ethan

FOUNDATION SIMMENTAL

Olivier Lambert Michaelis Hannah Michaelis Nikkel Hannah

GELBVIEH

Dickinson Ladner

HEREFORD

Prill Hutchison McClayland Gaines McClayland Hutchison

LIMOUSIN

Bayless Gum Gum Tenpenny Gum Smith

11 10 4

Brandon Daniel Britt Cole Britt Ben Cole

85 36 18 16 15 11 10

Jacinda Chandler

15 10

Lauren Shelby Devin Morgan Devin Shelby

49 30 23 13 8 5

Erin Kaylee Tyler Alexa Kaylee Mercedes

28 24 18 10 5 3

MAINE-ANJOU

Draper

51 41 27 25 23 14 13 13 10 10 3 8 6 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 2

Braden

Prill Loschke Allen Bacon

Lauren Madison Logan Taylor

MAINETAINER

Nikkel Dieball Little Olivier Loomis Lambert Montgomery Frederick Hannah Shipman Prill Smith McDaniel

RED ANGUS

Ward Montgomery Paxson Paxson

Jake Taylor Chance Calista Sarah Patrick Ty Lauren Cole Reid Lauren Mercedes Ian

45 43 41 30 26 17 15 14 10 8 5 5 3

Zane Ty Trent Taylor

40 8 8 3

SHORTHORN

Nikkel Draper Ediger Goetzman Goetzman Nikkel Schrag Myers Drouhard Bacon Allen

Jake Braden Quentin Ryan Jenna Ben Logan Molly Dylan Taylor Courtney

SHORTHORNPLUS

Cargill Goetzman Griffin Schrag Goetzman Loomis Sylvester Sylvester Sylvester

25 22 20 20

Sierra Tyler Shaelyn Logan Tyler Justin Joelle Joelle Joelle

46 35 35 24 24 18 10 8 8 3 3 69 31 13 10 4 3 5 3 3

36

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Kansas Club Calf Association Market ANGUS

Montgomery Orler Moden Bacon Dieball

CHAROLAIS

Bair Schotte Edson Steckline Eidson Deal Ward Frederick

CHIANINA

Goering Bair Michaelis Shapland Lambert Steinlicht Dieball McDaniel Lambert Johnson McDaniel Garten Couchman Lambert McDaniel Little Allen

CROSSBRED

Goering Gaines Carpenter Deffenbaugh Draper Ward

Ty Paige Molly Taylor Taylor

11 11 10 10 5

Britt Hadley Skylar Blane Skylar Katy Zane Brandon

30 28 24 20 17 10 10 8

Taylor Dylan Mandy Kelsie paige Garrett Taylor Ian S. Daniel Haven Ian S. Raine Colborn Paige Janessa Chance Courtney

124 60 34 26 18 15 15 13 10 10 7 6 5 5 3 3 1

Taylor Morgan Clay Isaac Braden Zane

84 44 35 31 20 20

McDaniel Lambert Coen Cargill Goetzman Edwards Frederick Schrag Deffenbaugh Loomis Shipman

GELBVIEH

Hutchison

HEREFORD

Hutchison Hutchison Eidson Ladner Hagans Larson Prill Ladner Hutchinson

LIMOUSIN

Shapland Smith Steckline Gum Gum Bayless

Ian S. Daniel Taylor Siera Ryan Rylie Brandon Logan Isaac Sarah Reid

18 17 15 13 13 11 10 8 8 6 5

Shelby

90

Shelby Shelby Tarra Chandler Kate Courtney Lauren Chandler Shelby

134 73 52 44 36 33 25 8 8

Kelsie Mercedes Blane Tyler Kaylee Erin

31 16 10 10 3 3

MAINE-ANJOU

Brauer Goering Shapland Couchman Shipman Edwards Coen Schrag

Jessica Trenton Seth Colborn Reid Rylie Taylor Logan

32 25 16 15 13 10 6 1

MAINETAINER

Nikkel

Taylor

MARKET HEIFER

Ediger Nikkel McDaniel Garten Gum Goering Edwards Schotte

SHORTHORN

Hagans Brauer Larson Shenk Goetzman Lambert McDaniel Bair Bacon Shenk Deffenbaugh

Layton Ben Janessa Raine Kaylee Trenton Rylie Hadley

40 15 11 11 10 8 6 3

Kate jessica Cydney Easton Jenna Paige Ian S. Dylan Tyler Easton Isaac

50 42 39 34 30 20 16 13 10 3 3

SHORTHORNPLUS

Bair Deffenbaugh Goering Goetzman

SIMMENTAL

Goering Hagans Cargill Goetzman Gaines Goetzman Goering Cargill Michaelis

53

Dylan Isaac Trenton Ryan

50 47 13 10

Taylor Kate Carson Tyler Devon Brett Taylor Sierra Britt

104 43 18 17 15 15 10 8 3

KCCA MEMBERS! Please check the membership list below and let Bobbi Shrum know if there are any omissions or mistakes. Allen, Grady Allen, Logal Bacon, Taylor Bair, Britt Bair, Dylan Bayless, Erin Brauer, Jessica Breanna, Stevens Cargill, Sierra Carpenter, Clay Coen, Taylor Couchman, Colborn Deal, Katy Deffenbaugh, Isaac Dickerson, Ethan Dickerson, Grady Dickerson, Jayce Dieball, Taylor Draper, Braden

Draper, Chance Drouhard, Dylan Drouhard, Jessee Drouhard, Matthew Ediger, Layton Ediger, Quentin Edwards, Rylie Eidson, Skylar Eidson, Tarra Flory, Mackenzie Frederick, Brandon Frederick, Lauren Gaines, Devon Gaines, Morgan Garten, Raine Goering, Taylor Goering, Trenton Goetzman, Brett Goetzman, Jenna

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Goetzman, Ryan Goetzman, Tyler Griffin, Shaelyn Gum, Kaylee Gum, Tyler Hagans, Katie Hall, Shelby Hannah, Cole Hutchinson, Shelby Johnson, Haven Ladner, Chandler Lambert, Daniel Lambert, Paige Lambert, Patrick Larson, Courtney Larson, Cydney Little, Cade Little, Chance Loomis, Justin

Loomis, Sarah Loschke, Madison Maneth, Bryce McClayland, Devin McDaniel, Ian S. McDaniel, Janessa Lyn Michaelis, Britt Michaelis, Mandy Moden, Molly Molz, Dylon Montgomery, Ty Nikkel, Ben Nikkel, Jake Nikkel, Taylor Olivier, Brandon Olivier, Callie Orler, Payje Paz, Cassidy Penning, Keenan

Prill, Lauren Schotte, Hadley Schrag, Logan Shapland, Kelsie Shapland, Seth L. Shenk, Easton Shipman, Reid Simon, Barrett Smith, Mercedes Steckline, Blane Steinlicht, Garrett Stout, Chance Sylvester, Ethan Sylvester, Joelle Tenpenny, Alexa Waechter, Karlton Ward, Zane Williams, Casey


MinnesotaStateFair

Aug. 25 - Sept. 5, 2011 St. Paul, Minn.

GRAND

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Hunter Aggen.

GRAND

Reserve Grand & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Joseph O’Sullivan.

COW-CALF

Pairs

RESERVE

Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Cassandra Hook.

Reserve Grand Champion Cow-Calf Pair, exhibited by Kyle Nordstrom.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Minnesota StateFair

Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Katie Boesl.

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Wesley Johnson.

Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Rachel Nelson.

Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, exhibited by Kaylee Kathrein.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Dana Kuelbs.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Malena Rupprecht.

Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Timothy Anderson.

Reserve Champion Limousin Heifer, exhibited by Lauren Kramer.

Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Blake Heideman.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Chris Lundblad.

Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Kjersta Lind.

Reserve Champion Red Angus Heifer, exhibited by Brooke Gardner.

Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Nick Zastrow.

Reserve Champion Salers Heifer, exhibited by Briana Craig.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Connor Bollum.

Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Kaesey Glaess.

Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, exhibited by Dylan Baker.

Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Theresa Claeys.

Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Greg Claeys.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Lucas Grass.

Champion South Devon Heifer, exhibited by Madeline Schultz.

Reserve Champion South Devon Heifer, exhibited by Lane Giess.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Zachary Wangen.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Luke Nord.

Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Patrick O’Sullivan.

Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Logan Kluis.

BREEDING

Heifers

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MinnesotaStateFair

Aug. 25 - Sept. 5, 2011 St. Paul, Minn.

GRAND

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE

Grand Champion & Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Stephanie Krause.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Megan Boesl.

Champion Angus Steer, exhibited by Cullen Walser.

Champion Charolais Steer, exhibited by Carlie Jackson.

Champion Hereford Steer, exhibited by Donnie Lind.

Champion Limousin Steer, exhibited by Matthew Duff.

Champion Maine-Anjou Steer, exhibited by Leah Hawkins.

Champion Shorthorn Steer, exhibited by Sarah Mulert.

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BANNERS&backdrops

Champion ShorthornPlus Steer, exhibited by Thomas Duff.

Champion Simmental Steer, exhibited by Greta Tank.

Champion Crossbred Div. 1 Steer, exhibited by Morgan Olson.

Champion Crossbred Div. 3 Steer, exhibited by Kailey Davis.

Reserve Champion Crossbred Div. 3 Steer, exhibited by Gavin Mulder.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Jordyn Wellik.

PROSPECT Calves Champion Prospect Heifer, exhibited by Thomas Norman. Reserve Champion Prospect Heifer, exhibited by Madison Collin.

Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by William O’Sullivan. Reserve Champion Prospect Steer, exhibited by Sara Weber.

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AlabamaJuniorRoundUp GRAND

July 23-24, 2011 Montgomery, Ala. Judges: Mark Johnson, Stillwater, Okla., & Kirk Stierwalt, Leedy, Okla.

BREEDING

Heifers

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Jake Smith.

Reserve Grand Champion & Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Jake Blackmon.

3rd Overall & Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by Lindsey Poole.

4th Overall & Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Kylie Elrod.

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5th Overall & Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer, exhibited by Tanner Denney.


BANNERS&backdrops

Reserve Champion Angus Heifer, exhibited by Reid McGuire.

Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Pounds.

Reserve Champion Brahman Heifer, exhibited by Morgan Pounds.

Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Julie Hall.

Reserve Champion Brangus Heifer, exhibited by Julie Hall.

Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by Josh Graham.

Reserve Champion Chianina Heifer, exhibited by James Robert Parnell.

Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Chandler Mulvaney.

Reserve Champion Hereford Heifer, exhibited by Alex Lamb.

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer, exhibited by Will Graves.

Reserve Champion Shorthorn Heifer, exhibited by James Barton.

Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Rayne Starkey.

Reserve Champion Foundation Simmental Heifer, exhibited by Clay McGuire.

Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Zachary McCord.

Reserve Champion AOB Heifer, exhibited by Payden Smith.

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AlabamaJuniorRoundUp GRAND

July 23-24, 2011 Montgomery, Ala. Judges: Mark Johnson, Stillwater, Okla., & Kirk Stierwalt, Leedy, Okla.

MARKET

Animals

RESERVE Grand Champion & Champion Div. 5 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kate Johnson.

Reserve Grand Champion & Reserve Champion Div. 5 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Raven Beasley.

3rd Overall & Champion Div. 4 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Reagan Murphree.

4th Overall & Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lindsey Poole.

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5th Overall & Reserve Champion Div. 3 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Shayne Pinyan.


BANNERS&backdrops

Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Kylie Elrod.

Reserve Champion Div. 1 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Lauren Hughes.

Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Audra Graves.

Reserve Champion Div. 2 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Josh Graham.

Reserve Champion Div. 4 Crossbred Steer, exhibited by Morgan Graham.

Champion Market Heifer, exhibited by Matthew Namie.

Learn To Breed Your Own Cattle

Call for more information and registration!

Columbus, OH 800.837-2621

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Wilson “The White Knight”

Colquitt County FFa

on winning all three georgia majors!

Georgia Junior Beef Futurity • Georgia National Fair • Georgia Junior National Livestock Show

to Nicholas Mobley

ns o i t la u t ra g Con


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Jerrod, Blayne, & Kelton arthur (405) 826-6807 • jerrodarthur@hotmail.com 9522 East 19th • Stillwater, OK 74074 Tyler Atwood

www.luckystrikecattle.com

Overall Heifer on his Champion Maine & 3rd estock Show. at the Georia Junior National Liv

Jonathan Mobley

Congratulations also to


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Drought Reduction Auction Selling 60 head of club calf-bred cattle

OctOber 19-20

herd bull Prospects, cow-calf Pairs, Spring- & fall-bred cows, open heifers ready to breed

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Perry, Penny, Caleb, & Seth Vance

Guest Consignor:

sisung Farms

Don, Jane, Christine, theresa, & Brenda Sisung

12 head of Shorthorn heifers and bulls More information, along with photos and videos, will be posted online at

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Les Edwards Family

J6 Farms

Grand Champion Red Angus Female, 2011 Fort Worth (Open)

Bryce Schmidt

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair - Sold with May & Lautner

Reserve Grand 4-H Steer, 2010 Missouri State Fair

J6 Farms

McConnely Family Champion Red Angus Heifer, 2011 Houston Open Show

Grand Champion Red Angus Female, 2010 NAILE

Mackenzy Morrison

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2010 Arkansas State Fair

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Sponsored by the Allen County Fair & Allen County Visitor’s Bureau

Allen County Fairgrounds • Lima, Ohio

November 26-27, 2011 2 show rings • 2 shows each day

Showmanship & 2 Heifer Shows on Saturday • 2 Steer Shows on Sunday Visit www.ohiocattle.org for complete details, rules, and payouts.

For More Information

Brandon Jordan...614.452.1554...anfdm@hotmail.com Brad Winegardner...419.303.3399...bmwinegardner@yahoo.com Jay Begg/Allen Co. Fairgrounds...419.228.7141...jay@allencofair.com

Lodging

Hampton Inn...419.225.8300 • Howard Johnson...419.222.0004 • Holiday Inn & Suites...419.879.4000 Motel 6...419.228.0596 • Econolodge...419.222.0596 • Country Inn & Suits...419.999.9992 Travelodge...419.227.2221 • Courtyard by Marriott...419.222.9000 • Comfort Inn...419.228.4251

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offering at private treaty lacy poad. steer congratulations to family show steers. bred by jerry marr y sold by ma and poad.

2011 show record grand ch pion – pioneer sham owdown res grand ch sw wi angusampion – classic champion xb div i – sioux red – falls class winner – kentucky be ef expo

2011 sires represented:

eye candy irish whiskey open bar stands alone steers 3C macho and heifers money shot for sale ali stop by when you are in the mineral point area. please call for an appointment: 608.574.3471

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Mark et Lamb Mamma Sale Friday evening

November 11th 7:00 p.m.

N . A. I . L. E .

Louisville, KY This Tom Slack consignment sold for $1050 at the 2010 Market Lamb Mamma Sale

Simpson Livestock’s entry sold for $3,200 at the 2010 Market Lamb Mamma Sale

Auctioneer: Curt Overcash, Ottawa, IL 815/210-7000 Entries close October 1st. For entry blanks or catalog contact:

Karey Claghorn, AHSA, 641/942-6402 or Millie Moore, MSBA, 701/541-1120 Entry information and catalog also @ www.sheepsales.com

Top wether bloodlines from around the Country - Always a great Sale - Don’t Miss it!

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$2,000 in Prize Money to the Sale Champions!

Dig deep and consign a great one! Be a part of the Premier ACA Sale Event at the “Super Bowl” of cattle shows. Champion & Top Selling Bull at $8,000 was GTWY Eclipse 017X 1CM, consigned by Gateway Genetics, Pierce, NE.

Champion Pen of Three Bulls from Wilson Cattle Company, Cloverdale, IN sold for over $4,000 per head.

Sale management by:

Alan Sears (970) 454-3986 (office) • (970) 396-7521 (cell) aksears8@msn.com www.searsmarketingservices.com

For more information, or to consign, please contact Sears Marketing Services or the ACA.

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The Bottom Line is MULTIMIN is a Good Investment ®

Griswold Cattle Company is owned by John, Greg and Garfield Griswold of Stillwater, OK and Kim Klotz of Steward, NE. We run cattle in Dupree, SD and Stillwater, OK. They are all registered either Angus, Simmentals or Maine Anjou. We also run a stocker operation.

We know that minerals are very important in raising cattle. If their minerals are not up to snuff, you are definitely going to have problems. MULTIMIN is definitely good for general overall health. It just makes them better.

Our cattle are well accepted throughout the industry for being a moderate framed, stout, nice bags, easy-doing kind of cattle. We want our cows to be healthy, calve on their own and have the calves get up and suck.

Our bulls get MULTIMIN for improved sperm and reproduction and we use it on all our cows and calves. The biggest advantage we’ve seen is in our AI donor cows. We’re getting increased production of eggs and a definite increase in grade #1 embryos along with significantly higher conception rates, plus the calves seem to be healthier. Our cattle and calves have strengthened immune systems and we’ve had less treatment of sick animals.

We market our cows through three sales a year (a bull sale in April, an Angus/Semmental sale in August and a female sale in December) and have been able to command a premium for our cattle because they perform well for the customers that buy them. We like selling good-doing cattle that the customers have good luck with. We’ve been using MULTIMIN going on 3 years. We have a good oral mineral program but we think that MULTIMIN definitely adds to it.

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When we first started using MULTIMIN, it looked like it was expensive but after reviewing the records, improved conception rates and overall health of our cattle; we believe it is one of the most cost-effective additions we’ve made to our herd health management program. The bottom line is MULTIMIN has been a good investment for Griswold Cattle Company.

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Griswold Cattle Co., Stillwater, OK

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Selling by Private treaty

The W.O. Mature Cow Herd Cattle can be viewed any time between

August 1st And OctOber 10th they sell choice of 2 head minimum with calf at side or you may pick a show calf. See our website for calf photos and sire photos.

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30 purebred Simmental and Sim-Angus heifers for sale Many outstanding show prospects! The best we’ve ever offered! Steel Force • Icon • Missing Link • New Look

www.bfcattle.com Private Treaty Sale • Bids close... View or bid any time by appointment

Monday,

October 17

Bill and lana Fulton

64275 730 Road, Auburn, NE 68305 402-274-7454 cell • 402-274-5608 home billandlana@windstream.net From Hwy. 136, one mile north on 643A Ave. and one mile west on 730th Rd.

Nebraska City, NE

Auburn, NE

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Grand Champion Barrow, Indiana State Fair, shown by Brennen North Fifth Overall Market Hog Iowa State Fair, shown by Robert Freese

Reserve Grand Champion Barrow Illinois State Fair Junior Show, shown by Lucas Wisnefski

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Third Overall Barrow Ohio State Fair, shown by Connor Rayburn.

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Champion Hampshire Gilt World Pork Expo, shown by Shelby Holmes and DWE Show Team

Reserve Champion Spot Gilt Team Purebred National Junior Show, shown by Payton Baldwin and DWE Show Team Champion Berk Gilt World Pork Expo, shown by Ava Newcom and Family

Reserve Commercial Gilt Iowa State Fair, shown by Zack Banger

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Popular many time Champion Indiana Jackpot circuit, shown by Taylor Crouch


Champion Poland China Gilt Team Purebred National Junior Show and World Pork Expo, shown by Olivia Caldwell

Grand Champion Crossbred Barrow World Pork Expo, shown by Creighton Hirschfeld

Reserve Grand Champion Crossbred 2011 World Pork Expo, shown by Andrew Hodges and the DWE Show Team Reserve Champion Yorkshire Gilt Summer Spectacular Open, shown by Taylor Crouch

Reserve Grand Champion Barrow Overall Team Purebred National Junior show, shown by Kale Hensley

Fourth Overall Duroc World Pork Expo, shown by Madison Caldwell

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Champion Yorkshire Gilt World Pork Expo, shown by Taylor Crouch

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Reserve Champion Crossbred Boar World Pork Expo, raised by Weisinger Farms

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th 14 Annual Sidwell Hay & Cattle

Club Calf Sale

Sunday, October 30, 2011 • Sidwell Sale Facility, Gill, CO Viewing begins at 10:00 AM • Bidding will start at 2:00 PM Mountain Time

Breeders’ World

online sales Produced By roger M. Hunker auctioneering

New Format For this years sale!

The sale will be bid off online at 2:00 PM via Breeders’ World Online Sales. We will also have a representative from Breeders’ World on site on the 30th to assist with bidding in person. Bid over the internet from wherever you are, or bid in person at the sale, the choice is yours.

the sale oFFeriNg

Offering approximately 35 head of steers and show heifer prospects. These will be the top end of the 2011 calf crop with nothing sold before the sale. All calves will be cataloged with a video on Breeders’ World prior to the sale. They will also be available for viewing on the farm after October 15. Go to www.sidwellhayandcattle.com for more information.

Jerry Sidwell: 970-381-4701 • CurtiS Sidwell: 970-302-8588

ale ON ovnline S ember 5, 2011 April/may born Steer & Heifer Prospects — Selling 25 to 30 Head —

Sieck

Show Cattle

Brent and Sharlyn Sieck 14922 SW 72nd St. • martell, Ne 68404 breNt Sieck, cell: 402-440-5655 • lANdliNe: 402-794-4900 JoHN HArvey: 402-419-3782

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Watch showsteers.com/sieck for updated photos.

Located 20 minutes from Lincoln: South on Highway 33 to SW 72nd, then 3/4 mile North.

Visit “Easy to Look At” while in the area!


Friday, December 9, 2011 Sioux Falls Regional Livestock Worthing, SD SELLING 75 LOTS ...

Bred Heifers, Show Heifer Prospects, Flushes & Embryos

PAST WINNERS ... BMCC SHELBY 1CM HBSC MS ACE 201W 2CA Grand Champion ChiAngus Female, 2010 ACA National Junior Show Shown by Hannah Winegardner

Shown successfully to many championships by Nick Tesch.

MISS PARIS GIRL 0999X 2CM

HBSC MS BLACKBERRY 133X 1CA Grand Champion ChiAngus Female, 2011 ACA National Junior Show Shown by Hannah Winegardner

FORD FARMS KATINA Grand Champion Simmental Female, 2010 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Purchased by Moore Land & Cattle

HOLT BROTHERS Justin Holt • Jordan Holt 13319 378th Avenue, Aberdeen, SD 57401 Farm: 605-225-3488 Justin’s cell: 605-380-5002 Jordan’s cell: 605-380-1209 jordan@midwestag.biz

BEARE CATTLE FARMS

19258 459th Ave, Estelline, SD 57234 Roger’s cell: 605-690-5095 • Mike’s cell: 605-690-8019

Reserve Champion Chi Female, 2011 Indiana State Fair Shown by Isaiah Bridwell

BMCC MILEY Reserve Champion Crossbred Heifer, 2010 South Dakota Summer Spotlight and Reserve Champion Composite Heifer, 2010 South Dakota State Fair Shown by Miranda Lakness

Chris Ford 19994 463rd Street Bruce, SD 57220 cell: 605-690-5614 ford_farms@yahoo.com www.fordfarmssimmentals.com Rick & Deb Ford 46272 200th Street, Bruce, SD 57220 Deb’s cell: 605-690-4721 • Rick’s cell: 605-690-6241

Alan Sears 61 Westward Way, Eaton, CO 80615 Office: 970-454-3986 • Cell: 970-396-7521 aksears8@msn.com • www.searsmarketingservices.com

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The new standard for quality. Offering AmericA’s mOst elite genetics YeAr After YeAr November 12, 2011 • 7:30 p.m. • Louisville, Kentucky • Hilton Garden Inn Ballroom

Visit donorsonice.com fOr AdditiOnAl infOrmAtiOn And tO see A cAtAlOg.

— Bid online —

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— Sale ContaCtS — tYler: 419-230-3450 • nick: 309-337-6404 • BOB: 309-337-1404

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 Allen County Fairgrounds, Lima, Ohio

View sale cattle pictures at www.winegardnershowcattle.com To view videos and picture please visit www.breedersworldonlinesales.com. Proxy bidding is also available for your convenience.

Selling a full sib bull prospect to our Lot 1, high selling female from our 2010 Sale. Breeds representated include Chianina, Maine-Anjou, Simmental, Charolais Composite, and Shorthorns

Brad, Melanie, Ashlie & Hannah Tyler & Natalie Brad: 419.303.3399 • Tyler: 419.236.4375 • State Route 309, Lima, Ohio bmwinegardner@yahoo.com • www.winegardnershowcattle.com

Steers for sale private treaty all fall. Call or stop by!

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Featuring... sire: Famous 7001 dam: LAH Empress 116 aaa: 14765336 Her daughter by BC Lookout sells in her entirety, along with other genetic opportunities on this feature donor! Productive female that makes them great! Must-see for all breeds. Last year’s daughter (above) by LAH Sue was sold by Steve Royer to Caleb Seys, and was 4th Overall at Badger Kickoff, Reserve Grand at Missouri AGR, and 4th Overall Percentage at Jr. Nationals. Her 2011 Lookout daughter might be her best yet! Sale feature, fall of 2011 feature!

these tWo elite females plus Angus, Simmental, Chi, and Crossbred females that will work in all programs at all levels! sale offering includes: Open females, donor prospects, elite donors, flushes, embryos, pregnancies, and a herd sire prospect will all be available.

Join us for an indiana Weekend! october 8 Factory Direct Annual Production Sale West Lafayette, IN

Guest Consignors

LAH EmprEss 415

louis meisner 26497 Owl Branch Rd. Jerseyville, IL 62052 618-946-0057 e: meisner@gtec.com

her daughter

prC Looking good T94

october 9 Double R Bar Ranch Annual Production Sale Plymouth, IN

sire: 3C Macho dam: BC Mignonnes Libby 385 dam is a full sib to BC Lookout asa: 2393685 Selling half interest in the donor, 2 confirmed FEMALE pregnancies by WAGR Upside 020X (maternal sib to Dream Catcher, Driver, and American Dream) Eggs, and choice on two Feb. daughters by Upgrade.

mary Patton Earl Park, Indiana Herd established 1938 219-474-6716 sheets chiangus Dr. Rob & Becky Sheets Family 765-583-4565 • 765-426-3398 e: rsheets462@aol.com w: showsteers.com/sheets For your free reference sale booklet, contact anyone in the office of the Sale Managers: Tom Burke, Kurt Schaff, & Jeremy Haag American Angus Hall of Fame at the World Angus Headquarters P.O. Box 660, Smithville, MO 64089-000 • (816) 532-0811 • angushall@earthlink.net • www.angushall.com

SeLLing 1/2 intereSt!

factory direct sale takes a big step as the first annual production sale hosted by Horstman Cattle Co. LLC with special guest consignors Sheets ChiAngus, Meisner Cattle Company, and Mary Patton. This exciting event will feature live cattle on display with a video auction at Horstman Cattle Co, in West Lafayette, Indiana on October 8th, 2011 with a Ribeye Steak dinner immediately following.

OctOber 8 5:30 sale time, dinner and cocktails immediately following

sale horstman cattle co. llc Larry Horstman, DVM Joe Horstman: 765-426-0426 • joe@horstmancattle.com Randy Martin, Manager: 765-412-3660 website: horstmancattle.com Horstman Cattle Co LLC on Facebook Sheets ChiAngus and HCC proudly feed:

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calendar

2012 edition included in november/december issue

Elite exposure — year round. You’ve seen our annual SC calendar hanging on walls in show barns around the country. We’re making plans for our 2012 Calendar. Limited spots are available.

reServe Your CaLendar page todaY. Call roland or darla at 1-800-787-8690 to discuss your advertising plans.

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For updated photos, go to: www.ruthcattle.com • www.showsteers.com/meysenburgshowcattle

Life’s got enough decisions. Let us make it easy!

OctOber 16th •

Bids in by Dark @ Ruth Farms in Rising City, NE. Sale Consultant: Quentin Smola 402. 641.3273 Sires Represented:

One & Only • Indian Outlaw • Merzdes Benz • Monopoly Tiger Woods • Who Made Who • Time Saver

• Ruth Cattle •

• Meysenburg Show Cattle •

Russ, Barb, and Jake Ruth Troy and Amy Meysenburg www.ruthcattle.com meysenburgcattle@hotmail.com Russ 402.367.8221 • Jake 402.367.8390 Troy 402.367.2927 • Amy 402.367.2230

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GRAND CHAMPION STEER 2011 Ohio State Fair

GRAND CHAMPION STEER 2010 Ohio State Fair

RESERVE DIV 1 XBRED STEER 2011 Ohio State Fair

RESERVE GRAND STEER 2010 Hoosier Beef Congress

RESERVE GRAND STEER 2010 American Royal

RESERVE GRAND FFA STEER 2010 Missouri State Fair

GRAND CHAMPION STEER 2010 State Fair of Texas

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Congratulations Elaine Richardson and Lenny!

Reserve Grand Champion Steer and Grand Champion Land of Lincoln, 2011 illinois state fair Sold aS lot 3 in our 2010 Sale!

Purchased in the Governor’s Auction of Champions by Pioneer Seed and Friends of Morgan County 4-H for $30,700.

Congratulations Weber Family!

Grand Champion Land of Lincoln, 2010 illinois state fair (open show)

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E l l i o t t C a t t l E C o m p a n y ’ s 7 th a n n u a l

saturday, october 15, 2011 • initial bids need to be in by 6:00 pm Cst Calves can be viewed at the farm anytime after september 25. for pictures and videos go to our website at www.elliottcattle.com.

cattle co.

offiCE: 217-632-2203 Bill: 217-741-6894 Brian: 217-971-4862 E- mail: cattle05@sbcglobal.net

Congratulations Branyan Family! Reserve Grand Champion Land of Lincoln, 2011 illinois state fair

Congratulations Branyan Family!

Grand Champion Land of Lincoln, 2009 illinois state fair

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Halloween weekend! Bids Close oCtoBer 31 held at Green Oaks Farm , 5495 Orangeburg Rd. New Paris Ohio. All cattle will be on site 2 weeks prior to the sale.

Victoria trboVich

Megan hunt

SaM grauer

Dillon Stertzbach

JaMie liMeS

Morgan Moore

JerroD FulMer

Dillon Stertzbach

Muir FaMily

JaMie liMeS

SaM grauer

SaM grauer

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aMber ShoeMaker

elizabeth Pugh

SaM grauer

anDy Slone

chiSuM Downing

anDy Slone

taylor tolle

Macie ott

lauren ott

coDy Vance

lauren griMeS

grauer Show cattle

lauren ott

linDSey Pugh

our Promise to you:

Full Time, full service dedication to helping you attain your goals. Cattle available all year.

Steers & Market heifers

Steers and market heifers will be sold private treaty through out the year.

John Grauer 1162 Ganges East Road Shiloh, Ohio 44878 phone: 419-295-2535 online at: showsteers.com/Grauer

north coast cattle co. Josiah (si) PiroGowicz 2166 Swartz Road Suffield, Ohio 44260 phone: 330-608-2430 noah skrinJar 48301 Calcutta Smith Ferry Road East Liverpool, Ohio 43920 phone: 330-692-1542 online at: northcoastcattleco.com

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monopoly x all about You steer

uno mas x 627 heifer

Walks alone x aftershock steer

Preston, samantha and Beau ann Graves 11795 Liv 228 • Chillicothe, missouri 64601 cell: 660.973.2879 • home: 660.646.1242 e: gravescattleco@gmail.com • e: samantha.graves@transova.com online: gravescattleco.com

Calves available private treaty year round, first come first served. Go to our website for more pictures and information — gravescattleco.com. All colors and breeds available: maine, mainetainer, shorthorn, shorthornPlus, Chi and more! Large selection of females. Located only one mile from trans ova and hwy 65.

Give us a CaLL to Come and see!

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Domino — heat Wave X meyer Granddaughter steer


Sale location: Charlotte, Michigan

Selling: Club Calf Steers and Heifers • PictureS available on Facebook •

Scan for more info!

october 1 • 5:00 PM

Location: Exit 57 off I-69 go 1 1/2 miles East to 4939 Marshall Road.

Check us out on Facebook at Making Memories Sale.

Sale contact: Mark Fuller: 231-250-0640 conSultantS: Jeff Maas (Iowa): 319-530-4718 Gary Mitchell (Ohio) 517-719-5892 auctioneer: Scott Acker September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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NooN • Saturday, october 8, 2011 • StottS city, MiSSouri • Several Show Heifers • Proven Spring bred cows

• Select Fall calving Pairs • Select Spring bred Heifers A special feature of the sale will include this tremendous maternal sister to the featured WCC and KiamichiLink Herd Sire, WCC KLR Grand Torino 95! She was born 2/7/11 and blends excellent phenotype with a proven pedigree for maternal excellence – Sired by MCC Cupid 414 from a dam sired by Boyd New Day 8005. Wallace Klr grand Torino

riley FlaT ideal 839

Wallace evergreen 128 Wallace Bess 150 This fancy 4/04/11 daughter of BC Eagle Eye 110-7 from a dam sired by Boyd New Day 8005 sells!

Murphy Cattle Company will headline their offering with a daughter of OCC Anchor produced from this proven MCC donor who is the dam of MCC Blackout 404, MCC Lookout 530 and the $10,500 MCC Miss Ideal 03.

Wallace Bar Maid 143

Catalogs mailed on request Many tremendous show prospects sell including this 3/05/11 daughter of MCC Cupid 414 from a dam sired by EXAR New Look 2971.

With Guests:

Murphy Cattle CoMpany Brent, DeEtta, Cole and Ty Murphy • Houstonia, MO • (660) 287-7727 DaC angus Dan, Connie, Austin and Caleb Sayre • Stotts City, MO • (816) 738-1424 Cat Cattle CoMpany Tanner and Cassie Dowling • Willard, MO 65781 • (417) 496-2673

Call today!

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Easy 40 MinutE DrivE froM KEMpEr arEna!

We are excited about the offering we have this year and invite you to view our cattle. Please join us the week of the American Royal at Barry Queen’s Barn in Paola, just a 40 minute drive from Kemper Arena! Hope to see you there! Cattle available for viewing all week.

salE location aDDrEss:

salE hostED by:

Eric, Karrie, Noah, Hatten, Claire Faith, & Abel 620.340.7364

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Barry Queen’s Barn • 21925 Harmony Road • Paola, KS 66071 Special thanks to Barry Queen for the use of his facility!

Rob Miller 620.202.2300


WatjE faMily Bred by: Backer Cattle

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rEsErvE pEn of 3 hEifErs 2011 nWss chaMpion pEn of 3 stEErs 2011 nWss

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OCTOBER 8th - 9th, 2011 BIDS CLOSE AT: 5:00 PM EST on October 9th!

• Cattle can be viewed at anytime • October 8: Pre-sale gathering with food, drinks, music and friends starting at 6:00 pm

SIRES REPRESENTED:

Heat Wave | I am Legend | Alias | Monopoly | Sheriff Taylor | Tiger Woods | Bleedin Purple | Eye Candy | Tycoon | Heat Seeker

Y-NOT cattle

9111 St. Rt. 28 • Pleasant Plain, OH 45162 P: 513-504-3358 • E: ynotlawn@tds.net www.ynotcattle.com

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5th Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, 2011 KS Beef Expo, Ring A & B 5th Overall & Champion MaineTainer Heifer, 2010 NCC - Congratulations to the Bremer Family

Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 Sweetheart Showdown Res. Grand Champion Heifer, 2010 Heart Of it All, Ring B Res. Grand Champion Heifer, 2011 Sioux Empire 3rd Overall Heifer, 2010 Heart Of It All, Ring A 4th Overall Heifer, 2010 Ohio AGR, Ring B Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 Big Red - Congratulations to the Tribovich Family Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 York Res. Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 Belleville - Congratulations to the Bremer Family

Jack & Joanie Stoltz • h. 402.843.5525 • c. 402.843.8992 83477 516th Ave. • Elgin, NE 68636 John & Sami Stoltz c. 402.843.8968 Justin & Gina Stoltz • stoltzexotics.com Diretions: From Elgin: 3 south, 5 west, 1.5 south

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Congrats Nick Sullivan! Supreme Breeding Heifer, 2011 Iowa Beef Expo and 2011 Iowa State Fair Bred & Raised by Reimann Ranch, Sold By uS!

Congrats Satree Family! Grand Champion Steer, 2010 Oklahoma AGR Ring B Bred and raiSed By uS!

ConGratS lapke Family! reserve Charolais Heifer, 2011 Northeast Classic Purchased with Benes, Sold By uS!

Congrats Ashlyn Richardson! Supreme Breeding Heifer, 2011 Missouri Block and Bridle Raised by Bob Blake, Sold By uS!

ConGratS FrenCH Family!

reserve Shorthorn plus Steer, 2011 iowa Beef expo Grand Champion Steer, page County Great Job Cheyenne!

More Congratulations!

olivia lapke — logan, iowa

SuPREME BREEdING HEIFER, Crawford County; SuPREME BREEdING HEIFER, 4-County Show, dunlap, Iowa; SuPREME MARkEt HEIFER, 4-County Show, dunlap, Iowa.

Great Job Liv! Steers and heifers are available for sale all fall. Good luCk to all of our customers as the fall and winter major shows continue!

ConGratS almBurG Family!

Sold by Caldwell, Bred & raiSed By uS!

cattle JoHn SaCHau

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OctOber 16, 2011 Offering 20-30 calves by Heat Wave, Monopoly, Walks Alone, Sin City, and More! Sale location: right by I-29! At rock Port exit 107, 1 mile south on Outer road South. White house and barns all with red roofs east of I-29. If you’ve driven I-29 between Omaha and Kansas city, you’ve probably seen us!

For more information:

Ryan Ottmann 25648 Outer Road South • Rock Port, MO 64482 • cell: 660-744-4454 • home: 660-744-5555 maRk Ball cell: 660-254-4478 • ViSit OuR webSite at shOwsteeRs.cOm fOR Sale uPdateS!

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J T W e b e r F a m i ly S h o W C aT T l e

– online – Steer & Heifer Sale November 22, 2011

through Caldwell-Willoughby Online Sales We would like to extend a sincere thank you each and every one of our past customers for your confidence in our program. We appreciate you!

Megan Hunt

Congratulations to the Hunt Family on this many-time Champion female raised by us. Also a big thank you to Jon Grauer for placing this female in such a good home.

Celeste Martin

Congratulations to the Martin Family on this many-time Champion steer raised by us. Also a big thank you to Wade Rodgers/Brian Goettemoeller for placing this Steer in such a good home.

Location: Located 30 miles east of Brookings on Hwy 14 at Lake Benton, then go North on Hwy 75 for 4 miles then quarter East on Co. Hwy 13. (all tar). While in the area stop by Holm Show Cattle.

show cattle 1924 County Hwy 13 • Lake Benton, MN 56149 www.showsteers.com/JTWeber JT Weber: 507-530-1890 • Jake Weber: 507-530-0494 Garret Weber: 507-530-3861 • Home: 507-368-9560

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Strate Family

WoodS Family

Saturday, novemBer 12, 2011 at the ranch in Bartlett, Kansas bids close at 1:30 p.m. Please join us for lunch on sale day!

roundS Family WiSS Family

Watch the website for photos and a sale catalog.

www.fesmireshowcattle.com damon, darcey, and darla FeSmire 1820 5000 Rd • Bartlett, Kansas cell: 620-423-5888 • barn: 620-226-3344

manley Family

Scott, Heidi, BetHany and ella FeSmire Helena, Oklahoma cell: 580-977-4766 • barn: 580-852-3371

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TechTrends

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courtesy of Bovance

loning...

Advancing Your Genetic Opportunities

Every breeder has unique breeding goals and strategies for their program. These breeders know that breeding elite cattle requires knowledge, strategy and patience. Today, there are many advanced reproductive technologies that serve as tools that allow breeders to further achieve and improve their genetic goals. There may be a particular animal in a herd that has significant value to the owner. It may be for their production capability, their pedigree, the offspring they produce, their superiority in the show ring, or any other number of reasons. Through cloning, producers can duplicate the animals that contribute the most value in their herds, by producing an identical twin, born at a later place in time. Cloning allows producers to maximize the benefits of bestpossible animal genetics, or even recapture superior genetics that have been lost due to reproductive inefficiencies, or even death. “The owners of elite individuals are using cloning technology for several reasons. In most cases, cloned animals are very elite bulls or cows within a breed, and the breeder may choose to preserve their genetics as a basic form of insurance,” said Diane Broek, general manager of Bovance, the leading bovine cloning company in the U.S. “Once an animal has a tissue sample taken, a cell line is established, and the breeder then has the ability to clone that animal at any time in the event that something happens to the original animal. Breeders then have the ability to fill the void in their herd that would have been very difficult to fill, and they can keep the genetic influence going, long after the loss of the original genetic donor animal.” Cloning also provides breeders with more reproductive options in relation to their valued animal. It allows breeders to recapture superior genetics by cloning previously neutered animals, such as steers, to be able to influence their future breeding decisions with those genetics. Breeders fre-

quently choose to replicate the genetics of an elite donor female or a superior bull, allowing them to achieve ¬a greater genetic impact within their herd or breed by creating more opportunities to produce embryos or semen. The demand for this ability to utilize a specific genotype to the fullest, stretches across breeds…to both beef and dairy sectors. Bovance (which is joint venture between Trans Ova Genetics and ViaGen) has produced clone animals from over 20 different breeds of cattle and has genetically preserved in excess of 1000 animals. One of the advantages breeders find when cloning elite animals, is that they are already aware of what the animal’s potential is, based on the donor animal’s performance or genomic evaluation. The genetic opportunities that the clone’s offspring displays will be the same as the offspring produced by the original animal since the clone and the genetic donor share the same genotype. However, an important fact for breeders to keep in mind – although their genetic base will be identical, some variation may occur in the phenotype of the clone as compared to the genetic donor. Environmental factors including care, illness, or even injury will contribute to the appearance of the cloned animal as it matures. One example of this maybe a variation in color pattern if the animal is spotted. Although the spot pattern will be similar, the migration of melanoblasts, which determine coat color, can provide some slight variations. There are additional environmental factors that contribute to the mature appearance of a cloned calf. These factors can include date of birth, nutrition and feeding, disease, etc. Breeders spend a lifetime attempting to produce that one great animal with characteristics that are considered superior or ideal. When they achieve that goal, they can now be reassured that there is a tool available to repeat that experience more than once in a lifetime. September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Big, Bad and Not Done

By Sharla Ishmael

The 2011 drought has devastated large parts of cattle country, leaving many producers with very hard decisions to make.

About the only silver lining from the drought that has run a full year this September is now you can say, “I was there when….” We’ve heard the horror stories from the ‘50s drought, when producers had to shoot cattle and bury them because there was no other alternative but to let them starve to death. You’ve probably read stories about the Dust Bowl of the 1930s that caused mass migrations of people out of the Great Plains. Experts today are saying the 2011 drought may be shorter in length (so far), but it is a major weather event for the history books with records being set left and right for both high temperatures and complete lack of precipitation. For example, the National Weather Service reports rainfall deficits in southeast Texas and the Upper Gulf Coast area in the range of 25 to 30 inches. That part of the state has been dry for the last three years, in fact.

The Year It Didn’t Rain Overall, the Lone Star State has experienced the driest 10 months on record between October 2010 and July 2011. At last report, 95% of the state was classified as either extreme or exceptional drought, and 94% of the rangeland was described as poor or very poor. My weatherman in Dallas-Fort Worth confirmed this week that this summer was hotter in North Texas than the still-cussed summer of 1980. The record-high lows made the difference – it just never cooled off during any part of the day. Cattle liquidation has been so significant there were reports in July of auction barns running 24 hours a day and turning trailers away because they couldn’t handle all the cattle that producers needed to sell this summer. For long weeks at a time there weren’t even any clouds to help offset the blazing sun and the ground literally baked and cracked like a cake in the oven. In Oklahoma, most areas in the state experienced one of their top three driest years since 1921. The National Weather Service reported on July 22 that most rivers and creeks in the area were flowing at

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rates that are below average for the time of year and reservoirs were from 1 to 25 feet below normal. As one example of the consequences for agriculture, the excessive heat caused winter wheat to mature faster and harvest began earlier than normal with much lower yields. The outlook for stocker operators and others who depend on wheat pastures for winter grazing is poor. Towns have been hit with cracked water pipes under the stress of the dry soils, and some towns in Texas have started to haul water in from other areas. At times, there have been rolling blackouts as electricity demand overwhelmed state grids. Both Texas and Oklahoma have lost millions of acres to wildfires. According to the Texas governor’s office, local and state crews have responded to more than 20,900 fires that have destroyed more than 1,000 homes and burned 3.6 million acres. And the fires continue to burn in both states in early September, fueled by strong winds from a dry cold front and the farthest reaches of Tropical Storm Lee. While these two states have been hardest hit by most accounts, there are others suffering, too.

Outside of OK & TX According to the High Plains Regional Climate Center in August, “Dryness prevailed across southern Kansas, eastern Colorado, central Wyoming, eastern South Dakota and northern North Dakota. Extreme to exceptional drought conditions persisted across much of southern Colorado and southern Kansas. While some areas of extreme drought conditions in Colorado were downgraded, relief was not in store for southern Kansas.” Dodge City, Kan., recorded its driest summer on record with only 1.58 inches of rain, and the city set records for consecutive numbers of days above 100 degrees (as did many cities in the region). Cattle sales in Kansas were three-times higher than normal for the month of July. In mid-August, the National Weather Service Southern Region Headquarters put southeast Iowa, west central Illinois and ex-


U.S. Drought Monitor August 30, 2011 Author: Eric Luebehusen, USDA Abnormally Dry Moderate Drought Severe Drought Extreme Drought Exceptional Drought

treme northeast Missouri in the moderate drought category. By September 1, the same report put a large area of central Illinois into the severe drought category. The National Agricultural Statistics Service categorized as fair condition or worse: 59% of the corn crop and 52% of the soybean crop in that part of the state. Topsoil moisture was reported “very short” in 35% to 50% of the area. Not to mention Arkansas, Louisiana and large swaths of the Southeast, plus other Midwest states to varying degrees. Even the desert Southwest, where it’s always terribly dry and hot, those folks experienced record-breaking heat and drought, too. In some parts of the Midwest and Great Plains, forecasters are currently saying there could be some relief for them this fall. But in Texas, Oklahoma and other states typically more affected (in a negative way) by the La Niña weather phenomenon that started all this mess, the forecast is bleak. Producers attending the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course in August were told there is a 50/50 chance of another La Niña starting up again this winter.

What Caused The Drought In short, La Niña results from interaction between the surface of the ocean and the atmosphere in the tropical Pacific, which affects global weather patterns. “La Niña often features drier than normal conditions in the Southwest in late summer through the subsequent winter,” according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). “Drier than normal conditions also typically occur in the Central Plains in the fall and in the Southeast in the winter. Additionally, on average, La Niña winters are warmer than normal in the Southeast and colder than normal in the Northwest.” NOAA also explains that La Niña conditions typically last approximately 9-12 months, but some episodes may persist for as long as two years. The good news is, supposedly in back-to-back La Niñas, the second time around is likely to be weaker. The bad news is

so much damage has been done already that it likely won’t matter. So, what’s a producer to do? Try to scrounge up enough highpriced hay and other supplements to make it until the rain comes? Sell out now while cow prices are really good? Move as many as you can to another place, be it grass or a confinement situation? Depends. “Blanket statements about proper management strategies are completely inappropriate,” says Dr. Ron Gill, extension livestock specialist for Texas AgriLife Extension and associate department head. The department has published drought management resources on the extension animal science website (http://texashelp.tamu. edu/004-natural/droughts-animal-science.php). “Recommendations will be based on the most common situations observed during drought.” In other words, take expert advice for what it’s worth — with the understanding it may not apply to your individual operation. Option 1: Culling and destocking In an ideal world, a producer in a drought-prone area would have already carefully culled enough animals to match the ranch’s forage base without having to supplement extra feed. Of course, the longer the drought wears on, the less realistic that scenario becomes. The next question is: Do I cull more and which ones should I sell? Or, do I find somewhere else for my cattle to live for a while, either leased ground out of the area or perhaps a confinement situation? Gill recommends producers, “keep cows that are least susceptible to nutritional stress caused by poor forage conditions. This will be the mid-aged cows between 4 and 10 years of age. At lower body condition scores (BCS 3 and 4), cows of this age will average 35% and 20% higher conception rates than first- or second-calf cows, respectively.” The disadvantage of keeping older cows, obviously, is less longevity and decreased milking ability. However, because they give less milk and therefore tend to have lighter calves, that may be why the older cows have higher conception rates at any given BCS, he says.

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“If condition can be maintained on second-calf cows, they can also be kept in the herd. Go ahead and sell replacements heifers and any other cow that will not wean a calf this production year. If a place can be found to hold these cattle economically, there may be justification for retaining ownership. Cull first-calf heifers next. There are two primary reasons. These two groups of cattle are normally the most expensive to develop and maintain and have the lowest production potential,” Gill says. Option 2: Move them Ted McCollum, beef cattle specialist with Texas AgriLife Extension, addresses alternatives for moving cattle off the ranch: “One long-term advantage can be the health and productivity of pasture and rangeland. Grazing an area below critical residue levels can enhance soil erosion. Continued grazing of plants that may attempt to grow following spotty rainstorms can weaken the plant’s root system and reduce future standlife, vigor and production. “Another potential advantage is lower costs for holding the cattle,” he explains. “Budgets indicate that the annual lease cost for pasturing a mature cow ranges from $80-$120/cow/year, or about $6.50 to $12 per cow per month. Under drought conditions, with higher demand for pasture, the cost may be higher. But, if a cow consumed 25 lbs. of forage per day, hay would have to cost less than $35/ton in order to compete with pasture that rents for $12/cow/month.” If considering leasing pasture vs. buying hay – assuming you can find some of either commodity – transportation, labor and supplements must be figured into the calculations, as well as the security of the lease place. There have been a lot of problems reported with folks putting cattle out on leased land and finding them either not taken care of or stolen. The next option is a little more unconventional – using grower yards, backgrounding facilities, heifer development operations or your own confined facilities to feed your cattle relatively low-cost concentrates for a time instead of grazing or haying. “If heifer calves that are intended for replacement are kept, then

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they are good candidates to ship to a backgrounding yard where they can be grown out to proper weights in a cost-efficient manner,” McCollum says. “These are probably the most costly cattle to keep on the ranch and attempt to feed. The only reason to send cull cows off to another location is to possibly increase flesh and value prior to sale. The economics of this program need to be evaluated carefully.” Option 3: Limit the damage If you’re determined to cull hard and keep your cattle on your own place, another option is to put cows in small pastures or traps to reduce the wear and tear on your bigger, better pastures and limit movement, which decreases their nutrient demand. “The least productive areas should be considered so as to minimize damage to the forage resource in the more productive pastures,” says Dr. Rich Machen, livestock specialist with the Texas AgriLife Extension. “If small pastures/traps are not available, selected water troughs can be turned off or ponds fenced off and thereby concentrate animals near available water.” However, you have to be careful when using water to restrict the movement of animals. You’ll also be concentrating wildife access to the same water sources and more mingling of cattle with wildlife in closer quarters increases the occurrence of disease transmission. However, in extreme situations, you may be able to keep a nucleus of your herd together by feeding them out in these smaller areas, doing everything you can to limit their nutritional needs by providing shade, restricting travel, etc. Then you can not only hold on to the cows (assuming the dollars work on the purchased feeds), but also give your drought-stressed grass and land a chance to recover when it finally does start to rain. Machen has another tip: Sort cows by expected nutrient requirements. For example, take a cow with a 60-day old calf at side and another cow who is 30 days post-weaning. Their needs are very different and if you feed them together, you may overfeed the dry cow and underfeed the lactating momma.


Some Things Can’t Be Cut

In times like these when every dollar counts, you need every mouthful those cows eat to matter. If you’re depending on hay this fall, consider comments from Dr. Britt Hicks, area livestock specialist with the Oklahoma Research & Extension Center, on research out of the University of Minnesota, which indicates limit feeding of hay to cows (limiting the time they have access to hay) can be very beneficial. The researchers studied gestating Angus cows that were given different amounts of time to round-bale hay feeders and how that affected their body weight, hay intake and hay waste. While cows with 24-hour access to the hay did have heavier body weights, they also ate more and wasted more, and the extra weight may not be necessary anyway. “These researchers concluded that restricting the time cows have access to large round bales of hay to as little as three hours per day will result in acceptable cow performance, depending on hay quality,” Hicks noted. “In addition, limiting time of access will also reduce hay use by limiting intake and decreasing hay waste, thereby reducing feed costs for the cow-calf producer.” Another feeding alternative to consider is using drought-damaged corn plants. According to Oklahoma Extension beef cattle specialists David Lalman and Chis Richards, “Corn plants can be utilized as hay, silage or grazed forage. However, a few considerations are necessary due primarily to the stress that drought-damaged plants have undergone. These include nitrate concentration, alfatoxin concentration, moisture for ensiling and proper drying for baling.” Using ammoniation of low-quality roughages is another option for producers. Applying anhydrous ammonia to crop residues and low-quality roughages from CRP lands, etc. can improve nutritive value, increase digestibility, increase roughage intake and crude protein content of feedstuffs that you wouldn’t ordinarily utilize. Whatever you decide to feed, here are some cautionary tips on drought feeding management from Dr. Dennis Herd, professor emeritus in animal nutrition at Texas A&M University: • Use of salt to limit feed intake may increase water intake 50% to 75%, or approximately 50 gallons of additional water for each pound of salt. Water must not be limited in any way or salt toxicity may result. • Overconsumption of urea-containing supplements by cattle on forage-scarce ranges can result in urea toxicity. Generally, cattle performance on urea-type supplements is also poor whenever energy or forage is in short supply. • Hay cut under moisture stress conditions, especially sorghumtype hays, may contain high levels of nitrate. If in doubt, it would be good to test for nitrate before feeding such hays, especially before feeding large amounts. • Prussic acid or cyanide poisoning can also be a problem in grazing drought-stunted plants such as Johnson grass, sorghum, sorghum hybrids or sudan grass If forage for hay is allowed to sun cure thoroughly for three to five days, bleaching out any bright green color, prussic acid should not be a problem.

It’s times like these when every dollar counts, you need every mouthful those cows eat to matter.

Feeding Alternatives Finally, while cutting back on costs to survive the drought, know there are two places that you simply can’t cut. One is your health program. Gill says as cattle graze on shorter forage, the chances of picking up soil-born pathogens increase. Blackleg, leptospirosis and anthrax are some of the diseases that occur more frequently during drought. Don’t let up on protection against reproductive diseases like vibrio, because nutritional stress affects reproduction enough as it is. His best advice – check with your local veterinarian about the hot issues he or she is noticing. “Even if the ranch has been through drought cycles before, you may not have seen or heard about all the possible problems.” Gill also cautions against cutting back on mineral supplementation, particularly in places where phosphorus is deficient (like Texas), as phosphorus is very important to reproductive performance. The last tip may be the hardest to resist – if you have to sell cows because of the drought, don’t use that money to keep buying more feed for the ones you have left. Gill says, “This practice will leave a ranch broke and without cows in an extended drought.”

• Cattle grazing short pastures are more likely to consume toxic plants. • Alternate-day feeding of protein supplements, like cottonseed cubes, has been recommended to save labor. This practice is still good for high-protein supplements, but should not be used for grain-type supplements. High-energy supplements (grain, breeder cubes, etc.), should be fed daily, especially where 3 to 6 pounds or more may be fed. • Rumen impaction may result where cattle receive inadequate protein (less than 7 percent CP in total diet) and too much of a low-quality, high-fiber forage, such as drought pasture or prickly pear or forage substitutes like peanut hulls, straws or gin trash. Lack of adequate water will aggravate the impaction problem. • Hardware disease can be a problem with hay harvested from vacant city lots, roadsides, etc. Such feed may contain nails, wire, or other foreign objects which can pierce the rumen wall, resulting in death of the animal.

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the buzz outside the barn We know it’s not always about show cattle, sire promotions, and show results. There are also lots of agriculture-related books and movies that we think are worth giving our two cents on. Enjoy!

flick pick True GriT AbouT The movie… True Grit is a powerful story of vengeance and valor set in an unforgiving and unpredictable frontier where justice is simple and mercy is rare. Mattie Ross is determined to avenge her father’s blood by capturing Tom Chaney, the man who shot and killed him for two pieces of gold. Just fourteen, she enlists the help of Rooster Cogburn, a one-eyed, trigger-happy U.S. Marshall with an affinity for drinking and hardened Texas Ranger Laboeuf to track the fleeing Chaney. Despite their differences, their ruthless determination leads them on a perilous adventure that can only have one outcome: retribution. The CAST Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin, Hailee Steinfeld You miGhT NoT KNow... • True Grit is a re-make. The original version was filmed in 1969 and starred John Wayne, Glen Campbell, Robert Duvall, and Dennis Hopper, among others. • In the original True Grit , Rooser Cogburn wears his eye-patch on his left eye. In the re-make, however, the eye-patch is worn over Cogburn’s right eye. • The two front buckles on Matt Damon’s cowboy hat form the letter “B”, the letter used on caps and hats to represent his hometown Boston Red Sox baseball team. • All scenes in which horses appeared to fall or be in pain or distress were faked using a combination of specific horse training and clever editing. • The original True Grit is the only film for which John Wayne ever won an Oscar. • “Boeuf ” means “Beef ” in French. • Based on the 1968 novel by Charles Portis that was first published as a serial in The Saturday Evening Post. • In order to get the most effective voice after biting his tongue in the plot, Matt Damon tied a hair tie around it to talk as if he had no tongue. FAvoriTe QuoTe... “Fill your hand, you son of a $@#*!”

a good read

The worST hArd Time By Timothy Egan

AbouT The booK The dust storms that terrorized America’s High Plains in the darkest years of the Depression were like nothing ever seen before or since, and the stories of the people that held on have never been fully told. Pulitzer Prize–winning New York Times journalist and author Timothy Egan follows a half-dozen families and their communities through the rise and fall of the region, going from sod homes to new framed houses to huddling in basements with the windows sealed by damp sheets in a futile effort to keep the dust out. He follows their desperate attempts to carry on through blinding black blizzards, crop failure, and the deaths of loved ones.

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ProfessorToProducer

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

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ommon Misconceptions

Regarding Distillers Grains Plus Solubles

Just like almost any subject, the greater the notoriety, the greater the number of misconceptions regarding its use. In this article I choose to clarify some of the misconceptions regarding the feeding of corn distillers grains to beef cattle.

cover with a plastic tarp. We feed wet DGS year around with minimal storage loss. These low cost storage methods work well for modified wet DGS (40% - 60% moisture) but not well for high moisture DGS (greater than 60% moisture).

Misconception #1: Corn gluten and corn distillers grains are the same thing.

Misconception #3: All corn DGS are the same.

Some facts: Corn gluten is the by-product from converting corn grain into fructose. Corn gluten can be sold as corn gluten meal (CGM) or as corn gluten feed (CGF). Corn gluten meal is much higher in protein (around 46%) than corn gluten feed (around 25%). Corn gluten feed is sold as either dry (10% moisture) or wet (40 - 60% moisture). Corn distillers grains with solubles (DGS) is the by-product from converting shelled corn to ethanol. It too, can be sold dry (DDGS) or wet (WDGS ranging from 40% to 70% moisture). Generally DGS is higher in protein, fat and energy than CGF. Four rules-of-thumb can be considered when using these by-products in cattle diets: • pound for pound, CGF is priced lower than DGS but CFG contains less net energy for gain than DGS. • the addition of DGS to finishing rations raises dietary energy level more than CGF when replacing shelled corn. • when low cost roughage is available, DGS is more attractive than CGF when added at higher dietary levels. • when dietary roughage is expensive CGF inclusion may lower feed costs. Some feedlot operations are including both CGF and DGS into finishing diets as replacements for corn grain when by-product inclusion levels exceed 45% of the diet dry matter (DM). While research at Illinois State University has shown that finishing diets can include up to 70% DGS, several producers have combined CGF and DGS to increase byproduct inclusion up to 60% of the diet DM.

Some facts: Corn DGS very substantially from plant to plant and within a plant from one time to another time. Distillers grains can vary in nutrient content based on the amount of condensed distillers solubles (CDS) also, known as syrup, the plant adds to the distillers grains. Protein content, amount of fat, phosphorous percent and sulfur concentration are primary nutrients that can vary substantially. Only purchase DGS, from plants with a current (weekly) nutrient analysis. If you are a swine producer, here is a plug for United Feeds. As a service for their customers, United Feeds provides a nutrient analysis and relative cost/value of DDGS produced by selected ethanol plants. This is a great service and allows swine producers the ability to vary the amount and source of DDGS in their swine diets based on a current cost of feed analysis. This puts the swine producers using United Feeds ahead of other swine producers and ahead of the beef industry.

Misconception #2: I’m a cattle feeder with a small feedlot, I can’t feed high moisture DGS (WDGS) because it will spoil too fast. Some facts: Research at Illinois State University (printed in the Nov/Dec 2010 and March 2005 issues of Show Circuit) has reported two, low cost methods for storing high moisture DGS. When very low volumes of DGS are fed daily (feeding 50 cattle or less) a vacuum method can successfully store wet DGS. When higher volumes of DGS are fed daily (feeding 200 - 300 cattle) the salting method works very well. At Illinois State University we fill a 20’ wide by 80’ long by 10’ high bunker with wet DGS, level the top, hand sprinkle one lb. of salt per one square foot and

Misconception #4: I don’t have a feed mixer so I can’t include DGS in my diets. Some facts: Certainly a portable, batch, feed mixer (and there are several makes and models available) facilitates the use of by-product feedstuffs, their incorporation into balanced diets and their correct distribution in rations. Portable vertical grinder-mixers have been a great invention for making cost effective diets containing wet CGF and DGS in combination with lower cost roughages. However, CGF and DGS can be effective dietary ingredients when top dressed onto corn silage or ground hay, or when fed at a bunk separate from hay feeders. It is more accurate and diets can be optimized when a home mixed, pre-mix containing an ionophore, thiamine and calcium carbonate can be added to shelled corn, DGS and corn silage in a horizontal portable mixer and bunk distributed similar to the way rations are fed at the ISU Farm. But, several companies sell supplements specifically designed to complement rations containing CGF and DGS as either a top dress or as part of a total mixed ration. The list of misconceptions goes on but a general summary statement is that CGF and DGS can be utilized effectively by larger and smaller cattle operations and by both feedlot and cow-calf producers.

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new teaM MeMber at the show CirCuit The Show Circuit is happy to announce the addition of Sharla (Adams) Ishmael to our talented team as our new Editorial Director. As we continue to expand our editorial selection, Sharla’s experience in both the cattle industry and the magazine business will be an asset to our readers. She grew up in the registered Charolais business in Texas and New Mexico and showed both steers and heifers across the country with many champions under her belt. Sharla was also very involved in the junior Charolais association and FFA. She’s a graduate of Texas A&M University, where she judged on the1992-93 livestock judging team. After college, Sharla worked for Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association for six years as both editorial director and manager of the beef quality assurance program that she helped to create for Texas cow-calf producers. You may have seen some of her articles in magazines like BEEF, Beef Today, Western Cowman, Angus Journal, Charolais Journal and others. Sharla and her husband, Wes Ishmael, live in Benbrook, Texas, where they run their own business, Clear Point Communications. They have a daughter who is 9, Josie, and a son who is 6, Brooks. “I am really looking forward to writing for the people who breed and show some

of the best cattle in the business,” she says. “There is still nothing like looking at really good cattle, especially when you know people have spent years building their breeding program. And as a product of the youth livestock program, I can honestly say that every job I’ve ever had, every tuition bill I ever paid, many of my lifelong friends, all of that I can attribute to the opportunities I had showing cattle as a kid. “As a parent now myself, I can truly appreciate what it takes to give your kids the same valuable experiences that you had with livestock,” she adds. “As we undergo some major changes in the editorial of the Show Circuit, always striving to bring you the latest and best information possible, I hope you’ll feel free to shoot me an email or phone call if you’ve got an interesting story idea or know someone who deserves to be profiled in our pages. It’s your magazine!”

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Courtesy of Crystal Young, Author of crystalcattle.blogspot.com

There To here . . .

How did you get from there to here? It’s a question I get asked quite often. So before I start to share my adventures, passion for agriculture agvocacy, and turquoise jewelry in this new Show Circuit column, I’ll tell you a little bit about my there-to-here. I grew up in Alberta, Canada, on a purebred Simmental farm. My sister and I were very active in showing cattle through 4-H and the junior Simmental program, which meant my mom and dad drove us many miles across the province and Canada to livestock shows. So how does a fair skinned, blonde girl wearing brightly colored Rockies (yeah, I wore those) end up in Iowa, surrounded by cornfields, trying to convince her fiancé that we should raise Simmental cattle, as well as his beloved Herefords? When I was 16, two of the people that I looked up to most in the junior cattle show circle made the decision that they were going to head south and pursue livestock judging scholarships at junior colleges. A year later, I received a phone call from each of them saying that I needed to get myself down to Kansas and start looking at colleges. They knew that the agricultural communication and livestock judging programs that the U.S. offered would be right up my alley. Those two ladies were right, and I ended up at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan., with not a single person on our 12 man freshman team being from Kansas. We were to out-of-staters, and I was the token Canadian. After two years at Butler, livestock judging and Kansas were in my blood, which meant all roads led to Kansas State University. Manhattan quickly became American home. There is something about that town and those Flint Hills that makes you feel instantly at home. I continued to work on my Agricultural Communication and Journalism and Animal Science and Industry degrees while competing on the livestock judging team and being active in K-State’s College Cattlewomen, among a variety of other college activities. Around each turn there were new friends to be made and a growing network. People wanted to see me succeed, and I wasn’t going to let them down. Graduation was approaching, and it was time to make some life decisions. An internship at with the American Hereford Association secured my decision that I wanted to remain in the U.S. for a while longer. I had my resume out there and some leads, but the big-

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gest opportunity would come from a friend that had been interning at the Angus Journal passing my name along. An interview turned into almost four years of employment with the world’s largest breed association, the American Angus Association, and more importantly the opportunity to work with and be mentored by some of the most talented communication and public relations people in the business. You have to have the skills, but don’t ever forget sometimes it is who you know. This fall it is time for a new adventure. Cattle brought the love of my life and I together, and that means Hereford cattle, corn, and Iowa are entering the picture. Getting married means change, but it will also opened the door for more opportunities. This time I will get to focus my passion towards youth, livestock, and agriculture through working with Vita Ferm, the makers of Sure Champ. Between there and here was college, internships, jobs, livestock shows, and road trips, but while I was spending time doing all the things I loved, something was changing. People were asking more about where their food comes from, organic and natural were becoming more mainstream, and animal rights groups like PETA and HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) were being taken more


seriously. Within six months of my graduation from K-State, articles promoting vegetarianism were appearing in our school newspaper, which had been pretty conservative in the past. It made me so mad that people could attack agriculture, my family’s way of life, and the things I grew up doing. I quickly realized that I had the opportunity to tell a story just like that K-State journalist had. In the past, agriculture hasn’t done a very good job of giving consumers a look at what goes into producing food, and it is time that we start telling that story. We can’t rely on the media to get it right, and there is no one that can talk about agriculture better than those directly involved. Don’t forget that even if you are just showing livestock you are still involved in food production. And that is when Crystal Cattle, the blog about a farm girl and everything that comes with it, was born. I try to write posts five days a week at www.crystalcattle.com that allow consumers a glimpse of farm life, give those that want to tell agriculture’s story tools to make it happen, and of course, you can’t leave out Turquoise Thursdays. That brings me to the here, the right now. It has been quite the journey, but not a journey that only I can complete. I am not unique in my successes. Anyone has the opportunity to get from there to here. It will take a goal and a lot of hard work, but ev- Crystal pictured as a baby with mother and father, Deanne & Rob eryone has opportunities, you just Young, and grandfather, Chuck Groeneveld. have to want it, and go get it.

Each month I want to give you the tools to help tell agriculture’s story and reach your goals. We need young people to continue to find success in agriculture, so they can lead us into the future.

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Each month I will give a chalat you wh lenge. Here are the three steps ne eo m so ll Te 1. to complete this month, to get the in be or do to nt wa from there to here. e th of e future. This is on le op pe first things I ask If I u get there. when I meet them. ht be able to help yo ig m I , go to nt wa know where you e nothing not written down ar als Go al. go a wn do you can see 2. Write ur goals somewhere yo st Po s. m ea dr more than them everyday. same things, where I keep on doing the “If lf, se ur yo k As 3. s.” will I be in five year

Do you have a photo celebrating the great outdoors? Due to the popular response we received from our August SC Outdoors feature, we’ll be sharing bits and bites of SC Outdoors throughout the year. Submit your stories or photos to sharla@theshowciruit.com. Elk taken with a bow at 43 yards by Eric Behlke on Saturday, Sept. 3, in the Porcupine Hills near Nanton, Alberta. Six points by six points, estimated score of 245-250 inches.

This month’s featured Camo:

Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Featured in our SC Outdoors logo above.

Upcoming hUnting dates of interest... ...In Texas • Alligator season: September 10-30 for 22 counties; April 1-June 30, 2012 rest of state. • Dove season: September 1-October 23 in North and Central zones; September 23-October 30 in South zone. Also December 23-January 8 for all zone for North an Central; December 23-January 23 in South.

It took hunters three weeks to track it down after terrified villagers reported a deadly attack, but this 20-foot crocodile caught in the Bunawan township in the Phillipines may be the biggest such beast ever caught alive. It weighed about 2,370 pounds and is believed to be 50 years old. Relieved villagers threw a fiesta, but a search is already underway for another, bigger crocodile seen roaming marshes around town.

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BusinessMinded

courtesy of Matthew E. O’Donnell, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

V

olatility and the Long-Term Investor

Stocks play a major role in most portfolios, but sudden market movements can cause doubts about the wisdom of a long-term commitment to equity investing. It is important, however, to put market volatility in the proper perspective. Sudden declines are hardly uncommon in the stock market, and in fact can be part of a normal market cycle. The risk of short-term loss is one that equity investors simply must be prepared to accept. While diversification and prudent portfolio management may reduce this risk, it cannot be eliminated entirely. As we know from the past several years, a serious bout of market volatility can be alarming, particularly when you’re not expecting it. Amid such uncertainty, it is all the more important to keep your eyes on the market’s true prize: the potential for better-than-average long-term performance. Since the mid1920s, long-term investors in US stocks typically have been rewarded for the risks they have taken—despite the occasional bear markets. There’s no question that staying invested and doing nothing can be hard when the value of your equity portfolio has fallen by 10% or more. This may seem too risky compared to supposedly “safe” investments such as long-term government bonds or money market funds. But successful investors avoid the temptation to adjust their portfolios in response to every short-term dip in the market. Investors should also understand that many widely accepted “facts” about market volatility are actually dead wrong. Here’s a look at a few of these myths and the realities behind them. Myth: Market volatility is getting worse all the time. Owning stocks today is a lot more risky than it was 20 or 30 years ago. Realty: It’s true that the past few years saw an upswing in volatility, as measured by daily price movements. There were 134 days in 2008—at the peak of the financial crisis—when the S&P 500 Index moved up or down by 1% or more. That’s up from 29 days in 2006—just two years earlier. However, this cyclicality is part of a long-term pattern. In any case, sharp daily moves, while unsettling, don’t tell the whole story. Investment analysts typically measure volatility by looking at standard deviation: the degree to which market returns in any given quarter diverge from their long-term trend. By this measure, market risk has not increased appreciably over the past 40 years. During the ten years ending in 2010, which included both the internet bubble and the Great Recession, the standard deviation of returns for large US stocks was 18.7%— only slightly higher than the 17.3% seen in the decade ending in 1990 and 17.4% in the decade ending in 1980.

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Myth: After the kinds of gains investors saw in the late 1990s or mid-2000s, the law of averages guarantees the next decade will be a bad time to own stocks. Reality: It’s true that market returns in the late 1990s and mid2000s were high by historical standards, but there is no “law” that requires returns to be below average in the future because they’ve been higher than average in the past. Using the S&P 500 Index as a proxy, investors would have earned an annualized return of about 9.9% on large-capitalization stocks from 1926 through 2010—and this despite the market turmoil of the past four years. Whether returns are better or worse in coming years will depend on economic factors such as inflation, interest rates, earnings and global events—not the laws of probability. Myth: When the market starts to rise, smart investors can always jump back in and ride the next leg up. Meanwhile, the safest thing to do is to stay in cash. Reality: Timing the market is something that even many professional investors cannot do consistently. And the costs of being out of the market for even a short time can be enormous. From 1980 to 2010—a period containing more than 7,500 trading days—an investor who missed the 50 biggest “up” days would also have missed approximately 98% of the increase in stock prices during that period, converting an 8.4% annualized return into an annualized gain of only 0.2%. Myth: While stocks have paid higher returns than bonds or treasury bills over the long run, the difference hasn’t been all that great. Reality: Over the past 85 years, returns on stocks have beaten cash and bonds not by a narrow margin, but by huge margins. For an example, an investor who put $1 in large capitalization US stocks at the beginning of 1926 could have seen that dollar grow to almost $3,000 by the end of 2010. By comparison, that same dollar invested in long-term government debt would have grown to just $92, while $1 invested in Treasury bills would have been worth only $20. Myth: Buying near the top of a bull market is an easy way to lose money over the long run. Reality: Historically, investors who put money in the stock market near a short-term peak have done well over the long run—particularly when compared to Treasury bills and other supposedly “safe” investments. An investor who put $10,000 in large capitalization US stocks at the month-end following the tops of the last eight bull markets could have had a portfolio


worth more than $1.7 million by the end of 2010. By comparison, someone who invested the same amounts in Treasury bills at the same times would have had slightly less than $394,000. Myth: Even if long-term returns are higher for stocks, they still aren’t high enough to justify the risk of short term losses. Reality: It’s true that stocks have historically been more volatile than bonds or Treasury bills but stocks have also provided greater rewards than bonds and Treasury bills over the long term. Total returns on the S&P 500 have been positive in 61 of the past 85 years—or approximately 72% of the time. There have only been 11 years in which the market lost more than 10%, and only six years when it lost more than 20%. On the other hand, returns have been greater than 10% in 49 of the past 85 years, and greater than 20% in 32 of those years. Myth: Stocks may have beaten bonds and treasury bills over the long run, but that’s only because the stock market has had a few great years. There have been many periods of time when stocks have underperformed bonds and treasury bills. Reality: In 38 of the past 65 years—or about 58% of the time— the S&P 500 has produced higher returns than Treasury bills or long-term government debt. Over longer periods, the results have been even more lop-sided: from 1945 through 2010, stocks outperformed Treasury bills and long-term government debt in 42 of 61 rolling five-year periods—almost 69% of the time. Over rolling 10-year periods, stocks outperformed more than 80% of the time, and stocks have outperformed Treasury bills and longterm government debt in all but two rolling 20-year periods since 1945. Conclusion Of course, we all know that past performance is no guarantee of future results. There have been lengthy periods—such as the late 1970s—when US stocks delivered relatively poor risk-adjusted performance. Investors may be able to improve long-term results, and reduce volatility, by including fixed income, foreign equities and other asset classes in a diversified portfolio. Still, the moral of the story should be clear: investors who act in haste—fleeing the stock market when the going gets rough— are likely to repent at leisure. The real risk investors face isn’t just the possibility of further market volatility, but also the damage that could result from making sudden or rash changes in their long-term investment strategies—changes they may regret later. Matthew E. O’Donnell is a Financial Advisor located in Chicago, IL, and may be reached at (312) 917-7464 or http://fa.smithbarney.com/matthew_odonnell. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC and its affiliates do not provide tax or legal advice. To the extent that this material or any attachment concerns tax matters, it is not intended to be used and cannot be used by a taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding penalties that may be imposed by law. Any such taxpayer should seek advice based on the taxpayer’s particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.

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You’ll finally have time during social studies class to sit and scrape the manure out from under your fingernails.

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Algebra is a piece of cake, compared to all the chores you had to do with your steers.... and lambs.... and pigs all summer.

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You plan to make this year’s science fair project based around balancing a feed ration.

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Study hall is a great opportunity to doodle out a sketch of the perfect show calf or logo for your farm.

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You’ve got some great stuff to record in your FFA record books - can anyone say, “Governor’s Auction”!

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You have to be a student in good standing to qualify for the Cattlemen’s Association scholarship for college next year.

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Even though you begged your mom to home-school you, it’ll be nice to see your school-year friends again.

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Cross country, soccer, football, volleyball, golf, cheerleading, or marching band.

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You’re really going to work on that perfect-attendance record this year - oh, who are we kidding?

...and the number 1 reason your missed your class: no.

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as a senior, you finally have the right to cut to the front of the lunch line!

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ComingEvents September 15-16, 2011 ......................................................... Lutrick Online Sale September 15, 2011 ............................................................ Vickland Online Sale September 16-18, 2011 ................................................Dunk Private Treaty Sale September 16, 2011 ......................................Swanson Shorthorns Internet Sale September 17, 2011 ............................ Abney Family Cattle Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ......................................... Adam White Private Treaty Sale September 17-18, 2011 ................................................Bellar Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ...............................................Blackford Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 .................................................. Clayton Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ...........................................Dreamy 280 Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ................................................... Gerdes Private Treaty Sale September 17-18, 2011 .................................................... Hellbusch Online Sale September 17, 2011 ................................................ Hoffman Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ....................................................Holian Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 .................................Holtkamp Run for the Backdrop Sale September 17, 2011 ................................................................... Lutz Show Cattle September 17, 2011 ........................................................ May Private Treaty Sale September 17-Oct. 12, 2011 .....................Northeast Nebraska Club Calf Sales September 17, 2011 ................................................ NRS Cattle Fall Pasture Sale September 17, 2011 ........................ O’Leary Cattle Annual Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 .......................................................Ochs Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ..................................................Peine Brothers Bid Off Sale September 17, 2011 ...................................................... Scheetz Cattle Company September 17, 2011 ............................. Schmitz Beef Farms Private Treaty Sale September 17-18, 2011 ...................................... Stockridge/Hartzell 3 in 1 Sale September 17, 2011 ................................................Theobald Private Treaty Slae September 17, 2011 ................................................... Tonkin Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 .....................................................Wedig Private Treaty Sale September 17, 2011 ..............................................Weigel’s Steer Pit Pasture Sale September 17, 2011 ..............................................Weisinger Farms Pasture Sale September 17, 2011 ....................................Wisconsin Genetic Reflections Sale September 18, 2011 ........................... 3-D Stock Farms Private Treaty Bid Sale September 18, 2011 ...........................................AC/Behmer Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ........................Anderson-Muntefering Cattle Online Sale September 18, 2011 ................................ Beare/Silverbrook Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ........................................ Bremer Show Steers Pasture Sale September 18, 2011 ...............................................Burke & Bremer Pasture Sale September 18, 2011 .......................................................... Chidester Pasture Sale September 18, 2011 ............................................................Coblents Bid Off Sale September 18, 2011 .........................................Dicks Family Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ....................................................... Ford Farms Pasture Sale September 18, 2011 ........................ Fraker Main Attraction Prvate Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 .............................................Gateway Genetics Online Sale September 18, 2011 ....................................................Geffert Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 .................................................Gray Private Treaty Bid-Off September 18, 2011 .................................................Hartwell Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ......................................................Hoier Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ..........................Holt Brothers Annual Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ..............................Joel Brooks Private Treaty Bid-Off Sale September 18, 2011 .......................Jorgensen/Lautner Summer Sensation Sale September 18, 2011 ...........................................Kody Miller Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ...................................Landgren Ranch Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 .................................... Schuring Farms Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ............................................Sills/Banter Private Treaty Sale September 18-Oct. 1, 2011 ................................. Southeast South Dakota Sales September 18, 2011 ........................................ Stoltz Exotics Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ....................................................Stoltz Pasture Bid Off Sale September 18, 2011 ........................................... Streitmatter Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 .......................................................T & J Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ................................................... Triple J Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 .....................Wagonhammer Ranches Private Treaty Sale September 18-19, 2011 ........................................ Wallace County Online Sales September 18, 2011 .......................................... Went Blacks Private Treaty Sale September 18, 2011 ........................................................................... Wiese Cattle September 18, 2011 ....................................... Wolff Farms Pasture Bid-Off Sale September 18, 2011 ...................................................Z BAR H 21st Annual Sale September 19, 2011 ............................................................All-Star Alliance Sale September 19, 2011 ....................................Broder 8th Annual Pasture Bid-Off September 19, 2011 ............................................ Christo Cattle Online Bid Sale

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September 19, 2011 .................................................. Fawcett Private Treaty Sale September 19, 2011 .............................. Forman Show Steers 16th Annual Sale September 19-20, 2011 .....................Hand County Club Claf Producers Sales September 19, 2011 ......................................................Holm Private Treaty Sale September 19, 2011 ................................................................Jensen Bid Off Sale September 19, 2011 ....................................................Krantz Private Treaty Sale September 19, 2011 .....................................................................Krick Cattle Co. September 19, 2011 ...................................................... Maag Private Treaty Sale September 19, 2011 ....................................Reimann Ranch Private Treaty Sale September 19-20, 2011 ......................................... Sojka Farms Online Auction September 19, 2011 .................................................Vanhove Private Treaty Sale September 20, 2011 ............................................. Bushy Park Farm Pasture Sale September 20, 2011 ................................ CK Cattle / Wager Cattle Bid Off Sale September 20, 2011 ..............................................................DeNeui Pasture Sale September 20, 2011 .......................................Goeken Cattle Private Treaty Sale September 20, 2011 ................................. Larson & Anson Private Treaty Sales September 20, 2011 .................................... Laus Valley Vue Farms Private Sale September 20, 2011 ...........................................Mogck Private Bid Pasture Sale September 20-21, 2011 .................................... Schneider Brothers Online Sale September 20, 2011 .................................................. Voegele Private Treaty Sale September 20, 2011 ..............................................................Wasson Pasture Sale September 20, 2011 .................................................Werning Private Treaty Sale September 21, 2011 ................... Doris/Kroupa Private Treaty Pasture Bid-Off September 21, 2011 .................................................... Karstens Fall Bid-Off Sale September 21, 2011 ................................Sutera Show Stock Private Treaty Sale September 21, 2011 ......................................Thomas Ranch Private Treaty Sale September 21-22, 2011 ....................................... Wessington Springs Area Sale September 22-25, 2011 .....................................AK-SAR-BEN 4-H Stock Show September 22, 2011 .........................................Caffee Ranch Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 ................................Caffee Show Stock Private Treaty Slae September 22, 2011 ................................................ East Side Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 ....................................Goertzen Show Calves Pasture Sale September 22, 2011 .................................... Hainy & Barber Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 ..................................................Krueger Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 ..................................... Pleasant Grove Farms Pasture Sale September 22, 2011 ................................. Reindl Ranch Private Treaty Bib Sale September 22, 2011 ....................... Sedlacek Cattle Private Treaty Pasture Sale September 22, 2011 ....................................Sinkie Show Steers Pasture Bid Sale September 22, 2011 ...............................Spring Lake Ranch Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 .........................Thompson Showsteers Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 .................................Volek/Rasmussen Private Treaty Sale September 22, 2011 ................................. Willman-Fuegen Phone Bid Auction September 23, 2011 ............................................. Merten Online Club Calf Sale September 23-25, 2011 ...................................................World Beef Expo Show September 24, 2011 ................... Midway Farms & Friends Private Treaty Sale September 24, 2011 .......................................................... Solution Genetics Sale September 24, 2011 .............................................................................The Revival September 24, 2011 .................... Virginia Club Calf Producers Club Calf Sale September 24, 2011 .......................................Wagner Cattle Private Treaty Sale September 25, 2011 ............................................... DJS Shorthorns Bid-Off Sale September 25, 2011 ............................ Hoffman.W4.Topp Annual Female Sale September 25, 2011 .................................................... Seeking the Spotlight Sale September 25, 2011 ............................................ Show-Me Best of the Best Sale September 25, 2011 ..................................... Ulmer/Koski/Schmitz Online Sale September 26, 2011 ................................................................Barker Pasture Sale September 26, 2011 ......................................................................J/D Online Sale September 26, 2011 ............................................... Snowdon Private Treaty Sale September 27, 2011 ............................................Sand Creek Private Treaty Sale September 28, 2011 ....................................................... Raml Cattle Online Sale September 29, 2011 ............................. Dennert & Eichler Pasture/Online Sale September 29-Oct. 9, 2011 ...........................................................Tulsa State Fair September 30, 2011 .........................Hammer Interstate Classic Club Calf Sale October 1, 2011.............................................................. Northern Exposure Sale October 1, 2011........................................................... Double H-W Pasture Sale October 1, 2011.............................................................Kolt Simple Choices Sale October 1, 2011................................................................Making Memories Sale October 1, 2011................................................................MCF and Partners Sale October 1-8, 2011 .............................................................Pembrook Online Sale October 1, 2011.......................................Polzin Cattle Northern Exposure Sale


October 1-2, 2011 .......................... Tunnison Creek Private Treaty Pasture Sale October 2, 2011............................................................Fred Ranch Club Calf Sale October 4-5, 2011 ...................................Curran Cattle Promotions Online Sale October 4-5, 2011 ...................................................................... Grace Online Sale October 4, 2011................................................Shaffer/Miller Private Treaty Sale October 5-6, 2011 ....................................................................Powers Online Sale October 7, 2011..................................... Cyclone Trace Shorthorns Upfront Sale October 7-8, 2011 .............................................Fassett Hay & Cattle Online Sale October 7-15, 2011 ....................................................... Great Expectations Vol. 2 October 8, 2011................................... Dietz-Olson 35th Annual Club Calf Sale October 8, 2011........................................................................ Factory Direct Sale October 8-12, 2011 ........................................Hale Farms “The Final Drive Sale” October 8, 2011..................................................... Heaven Online Club Calf Sale October 8, 2011............................................................................Sheets ChiAngus October 8, 2011............................. Silveira Bros. Partners for Performance Sale October 8, 2011...................................................Wallace Angus Production Sale October 8-9, 2011 ...........................Y-Not Cattle Purple Passion Club Calf Sale October 9, 2011..........................................Cardinal Diamonds in the Mine Sale October 9-10, 2011 .................................................. Hixon Online Sale, Round 2 October 9, 2011................................. Kegley Farms 11th Annual Club Calf Sale October 9-10, 2011 ................................................. Polzin Cattle Fall Freeze Sale October 9, 2011....................................... Sullivan Farms Maternal Legends Sale October 11-12, 2011 ...............................................................Schmitt Online Sale October 11, 2011 ........................ Shorter Ranch Private Treaty Pasture Bid Off October 12, 2011 ..................................................Legends of the Fall Heifer Sale October 12, 2011 .......................................................................Miller Online Sale October 13-14, 2011 ................................................... Colorado Online Line Sale October 14-15, 2011 .................................................. Lesky Brothers Online Sale October 14, 2011 ....................................Rockin J Ranch 41 st Anniversary Sale October 14-15, 2011 .............................Schneider Farms/Welshans Online Sale October 15, 2011 ..................................................... Buck Fall Premier XVII Sale October 15-16, 2011 ..............................................Burroughs Farms Online Sale October 15, 2011 ............................................ Elliott Annual Private Treaty Sale October 15, 2011 ........................................... Farrer Stock Farms Club Calf Sale October 15, 2011 ..............................................................................Gameday Sale October 15, 2011 ................................Goretska Show Steers Private Treaty Sale October 15, 2011 ......................................................Greenhorn Cattle Company October 15, 2011 ..........................Hartgers Catle Company Private Treaty Sale October 15, 2011 ...................................................... Hartgers Private Treaty Sale October 15-16, 2011 ................................................................Lutrick Online Sale October 15, 2011 ................................Matt Lautner Private Treaty Bid-Off Sale October 15, 2011 .............................................MCF 26th Annual Club Calf Sale October 15, 2011 ............................................Ohlrichs Club Calf Showcase Sale October 15, 2011 .......................................................Rodgers Private Treaty Sale October 15, 2011 ........................................................ Sinclair Private Treaty Sale October 15, 2011 ........................................Willers Mitten Brand Club Calf Sale October 16, 2011 ................................. Bennett/Guthals Private Treaty Bid-Off October 16, 2011 ........................................................ Burke Annual Female Sale October 16, 2011 ........................................................................Clear Choice Sale October 16, 2011 .......................................Copeland Online Steer & Heifer Sale October 16, 2011 ....................................................Hanewich Private Treaty Sale October 16, 2011 ......................................................... Martin Private Treaty Sale October 16, 2011 ...........................McDaniel Cattle/Wiedel Private Treaty Sale October 16, 2011 ........................Midwest Illinois Private Treaty & Online Sale October 16, 2011 ........................................Nowatzke Cattle Annual Heifer Sale October 16, 2011 ......................................Ottmann and Ball Private Treaty Sale October 17, 2011 ................................ BF Black Simmentals Private Treaty Sale October 17, 2011 ...................................................Boneso Livestock Online Sale October 18, 2011 ...................................................................Habeger Online Sale October 19-20, 2011 .........................................Bar Star Show Steers Online Sale October 19, 2011 ............................... Heimer & Peuster Online Show Calf Sale October 21, 2011 .................................................. Rob Miller Private Treaty Sale October 22, 2011 .......................................... Bushy Park Farm Elite Female Sale October 22, 2011 ............................................ Fischer Power On The Plains Sale October 22, 2011 ............................................... Swing the Gate Production Sale October 22, 2011 ..................................................... Top Line Farms Annual Sale October 23, 2011 ................................... Carter Family Angus Show Heifer Sale October 23, 2011 .......................Cedar Valley Joint Shorthorn Production Sale October 25-26, 2011 ........................................................Apex Cattle Online Sale October 25, 2011 ......................................................... Crossroads Club Calf Sale October 27, 2011 ............................... Crown Elite Customers Appeciation Sale October 28, 2011 .............................................................. Exclusive Genetics Sale October 29, 2011 .................... Black Hereford Ranch’s Cream of the Crop Sale October 29-30, 2011 ....................................Colburn Central Valley Online Sale October 29, 2011 ............................................................Jones Private Treaty Sale October 29, 2011 .....................................Silverline Genetics Private Treaty Sale

October 30, 2011 ............................. Gamble Angus Come Roll with us Vol. IV October 30, 2011 ............................................. Sidwell Hay & Cattle Online Sale October 31, 2011 ..................................Grauer/North Coast Private Treaty Sale November 1-2, 2011 ............................................... Elmore Focus of the Fall Sale November 1, 2011....................Rom’n Limousin Fall Spooktacular Online Sale November 1-2, 2011 ..............................Stoltz Exotics Female First Female Sale November 3, 2011................................................................................Wiese Cattle November 3, 2011.........................Wiese Cattle 1st Annual Online Female Sale November 4-5, 2011 ..................................... Haun Online Herd Reduction Sale November 4, 2011.............................................Sharing in the Progress VIII Sale November 5, 2011..................................................... Guyer/Bonham Online Sale November 5, 2011............................................. JSC High Standards Female Sale November 5-6, 2011 ............................................................................Lucky Strike November 5-6, 2011 ............................................. Olivier Ranch Fall Showdown November 5-6, 2011 ........................................................................SEK AI School November 5, 2011....................................................................... Sieck Online Sale November 5, 2011............................................... Winegardner 15th Annual Sale November 6, 2011.....................Blind Badger Ranch Back to the Basics VI Sale November 6-7, 2011 ......................................NAILE Junior Market Swine Show November 6, 2011..........................................................Walsh Private Treaty Sale November 6, 2011...................................Weaver Show Catle Online Heifer Sale November 7, 2011.........................................Girls Girls Girls Online Heifer Sale November 9, 2011.......................................... Jeff Miller Elite Online Heifer Sale November 10, 2011 ................. Bright Lights Maine-Anjou Bull & Female Sale November 11, 2011 ................................................... Market Lamb Mamma Sale November 11, 2011 ............................................................Run for the Roses Sale November 12, 2011 ..........................................................................Donors on Ice November 12, 2011 ................................................... Fesmire Private Treaty Sale November 12, 2011 .......................................NAILE Junior Market Lamb Show November 13, 2011 ........................................ NAILE Junior Market Steer Show November 16, 2011 .................................. Anderson Circle Farm Land Auction November 16, 2011 ........................................ NAILE Junior Wether Goat Show November 17, 2011 .......................................... ACA Sale Cosignment Deadline November 17-19, 2011......................................... COBA Select Sires A.I. School November 17, 2011 .................................................Easy To Look At Online Sale November 19, 2011 ....................................... Geppert’s Rock Creek Female Sale November 19, 2011 ..................................................................... Tree Lane Farms November 20-21, 2011................................................. Hixon Online Heifer Sale November 21-22, 2011.............................................. Webster Online Heifer Sale November 22, 2011 ................................................JT Weber Family Online Sale November 25, 2011 .................................. Farrer Stock Farms Bred Female Sale November 25, 2011 .................................................Holtkamp Rising Star V Sale November 26, 2011 ........................... Colburn Cattle Triple Threat Female Sale November 26-27, 2011...........................................................Heart of it All Show November 26, 2011 .....................................................MCF Top Cut Female Sale November 27, 2011 .............................................................................Dream Girls November 27, 2011 ...............................................Easy to Look at Sale Part Two November 29, 2011 ...............................................Boneso Livestock Online Sale November 29, 2011 ....................... Prairie View Farms Online Heifer Calf Sale November 30, 2011 .....................................................................Wiss Online Sale December 1-3, 2011 ............................................. COBA Select Sires A.I. School December 3, 2011 ...........................Schrag Shorthorn Farms Family Event Sale December 3-4, 2011 ........................................................................SEK AI School December 4-5, 2011 ............................................ Hixon Online Bred Heifer Sale December 5-6, 2011 .................................................................Walter Online Sale December 6-8, 2011 ............................................. COBA Select Sires A.I. School December 7, 2011 ...............................................Elliott Online Bred Female Sale December 9, 2011 .............................Holt/Ford/Beare Black Velvet Female Sale December 16, 2011 .........................................................McKay Elite Female Sale December 17, 2011 .............................................................. Season Finale IX Sale January 6-8, 2012 .............................. Open 2 the World Jackpot Fat Steer Show January 7, 2012..........................................................Guyer The Chosen Few Sale January 12, 2012 ......................................................NWSS Jr. Market Goat Show January 15, 2012 .................................................... NWSS Jr. Market Lamb Show January 18, 2012 ....................................................NWSS Jr. Market Swine Show January 19, 2012 .......................................................NWSS Jr. Market Beef Show January 28, 2012 ........................................ VCCP Eastern Elite Production Sale January 28, 2012 ......................................... VCCP Winter Classic Jackpot Show February 4, 2012 ..................................Horsley Brothers Eastern Exposure XIII March 30, 2012 .............................Prairie View Farms Annual Production Sale June 25-30, 2012 ..................................... Junior National Shorthorn Show 2012

This list is provided as a courtesy. While we do our best to keep a complete and accurate Coming Events list, occasionally errors or omissions may occur. We are not liable and make no guarantees regarding the accuracy of its content.

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Name: Lauren Ashley Grimes Birthdate: August 5, 1994 Breeds you show: Angus, Simmental, Steers, and anything else we can get our hands on. Siblings: Older Sister, Lindsey Favorite activities outside of the showring: Soccer, road trips, being part of high school student sections, and of course smiling 24/7! Favorite color: Lime green & hot pink Favorite movie/ TV show: Dumb and Dumber & American Idol Favorite singer/ Music Group: Anything but Justin Bieber. Favorite book/author: I HATE reading. Pet peeve: Lazy people who complain. Names of current show calf/calves: Heifers - Hootch and Betty. Steers - Shadey and Candyman What do you want to be when you grow up? A Pharmacist What quality/skill do you have that your most proud of? My love for showing cattle. It has opened an endless amount of doors for my future, and I truly believe I wouldn’t be the person I am today without my parents giving my sister and I the opportunity to live this lifestyle. Favorite subject in school: Math & Physics Would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop: Defiantly break out the ‘70s dance classics. One weird habit/skill/fact about you: I’m deathly afraid of clowns! Favorite stock show memory so far: Winning NAILE three times with three different breeds. Least favorite show-day task? Waking my sister up from her pre-show nap. Most embarrassing stock show moment? There are absolutely too many to choose from. But I can guarantee all of them ended with a lecture from my darling mother.

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Name: Haley M. Fulk Hometown: Lowell, IN Birthdate: December 8, 1998 Breeds you show: Steers and Herefords Siblings: Chelsea Favorite activities outside the show ring: Tennis, basketball Favorite color: Purple Favorite movie/TV Show: Leverage, Chuck Favorite singer/music group: Eminem and Katy Perry Favorite book/author: Show Circuit Pet peeve: Rude People/Bullies Names of your current show calf/calves: Diesel ,Draco, and KJ What’s your favorite stock show and why? Junior Nationals. There are many contests you can participate in, and you can meet people from all across the country. What do you want to be when you grow up? Animal Physical Therapist What quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? Hard worker Favorite subject in school: Math Would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop? Dance Early bird or night owl? Night Owl. I hate getting up in the mornings! One weird habit/skill/fact about you: People say I get too serious sometimes at shows. Favorite stock show memory so far: When I won Grand Champion ShorthornPlus steer at Shorthorn Junior Nationals. Least favorite show-day task? Tearing down after shows. Most embarrassing stock show moment? When my steer laid down during the Grand Drive at the Indiana State Fair and didn’t want to get up.

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Name: Lindsey Christine Grimes Birthdate: December 19, 1990 Breeds you show: Angus, Percentage-Simmentals, and a little bit of everything else. Siblings: Younger Sister, Lauren Favorite activities outside the show ring: Ohio State Football and road trips with the windows down and music turned up. Favorite color: Blue Favorite movie/TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy Favorite singer/music group: I love all kinds of music. It’s what gets me through the day, but if I had to choose a favorite singer it would be close between George Strait and Nicki Minaj. Favorite book/author: Justin Lookadoo Pet peeve: There are so many! Slow drivers, people chomping on their gum, and crazy cows, to name a few. Names of your current show calf/calves: My girls are Stella, George, Tootie, Sammie, and Tess, along with my main man, Stewie What do you want to be when you grow up? Since my mom won’t let me be a gypsy, I would love to work in the beef industry with an emphasis on meat science. What quality/skill do you have that you’re most proud of? My passion and dedication for the beef industry. I am a proud beef producer and always will be. Favorite subject in school: Biology or shop class Would you rather dance, play cards, or hula hoop? I LOVE to dance anywhere and everywhere! Early bird or night owl? Definitely a night owl. Not a morning person. At. All. One weird fact about you: I bungee jumped off the highest bridge in New Zealand into a river. Favorite stock show memory so far: Winning the Angus show at the National Western Stock Show, and my sister being the first one there to give me a hug. Least favorite show-day task? Washing. Thank you Austin Trueblood for always taking one for the team! Most embarrassing stock show moment? Letting my heifer go in the make-up area after winning showmanship at the National Jr. Angus Show and then ripping my jeans after I finally caught her.


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by Brad Hook

avorite Quotes of the B.S. Month • If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over? John Wooden • Champions aren’t made in gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them. A desire, a dream, a vision. Muhammed Ali • People only do their best at things they truly enjoy. Jack Nicklaus

Favorite Blog PoStS from a Month of B.S. • You Shouldn’t Jump Fences Uphill!... I went over to check on cows today, and it was a good thing. My commercial clean-up bull decided to jump a fence instead of walk 100 yards and go through an open gate. I found this mess while on my 4-wheeler with a thunderstorm and lightning looming to the south. Dad and Mom had a funeral today, so I stopped and asked the neighbor to ride with me in the tractor and spot me, while I try and lift him backwards off the fence. Dad’s tractor didn’t have its scoop on, and that was probably better than if it had. It was raining by the time we got to the bull, and of course he wanted no part of that tractor loader, but eventually figured out he wasn’t gettin’ along that great doing things his way, and allowed me to get under his neck and lift him off. He walked away. Next time probably won’t be so lucky......it’ll be the sale barn’s fence he gets hung up on!

• No Touchy... Shawn was checking out the pool and plants this morning when she saw the “wild” tomcat sitting there intensely cleaning himself. She slowly inched her way close to him until she was right on top of him. She then stuck her finger on top of his head and held it there...... with him having no clue anything was going on. When he figured it out, he looked like the cartoon Road Runner character, with each leg going 100mph screaming away. She laughed and laughed. He felt assaulted and insulted. • Game Face/Nice Face... I wanted to get a couple phone pics of Drake in his 7th grade football gear. He couldn’t go out in elementary due to Sievers disease in his heels, so this is new territory for us. So far, so good. Drake and his sister got in a knock down-drag out fight at home while loading the trailer for the county fair.

I told him that when he steps onto that field, I want him to act just like that! I’ll send his sister to make sure it happens. • What a NICE Young Man....So They Say... I picked up a new customer, not too far from Scott Campbell’s. His name is Devon Olson, and he has Olson Show Cattle. I asked a few people about him before I went there, and all everyone could say was, “What a nice young man.” Unfortunately, that brings out the worst in ME. There’s no way everybody could like this kid, so I set out on my mission to make him mean. I pulled into his family’s place about lunch time. He came over, shook my hand, and said we’ve got lunch for you. Immediately I thought, ”What’s this kid trying to pull!” It was HOT. He had a tent set up with fans as an “on deck” spot, and all the cattle were broke and tied in a really neat vintage barn. Once again, red flags going off everywhere. He seems okay, but I still don’t trust him. As we start videoing, he’s all business. Blowing, fine tune clipping, running around getting ears and dripping wet with sweat, and while doing this, never saying a word. Now that really makes me mad! So on the last calf of the day to video, with my opportunities to ruin this “nice young man” coming to an end, I unleashed on him. The steer we were videoing had some belly and was very full. I said, “Hey, Devon, this one’s got a water bag and feet stickin’ out!” I knew that would send him over the edge…. but it didn’t. He just laughed ... hard! That night, after I’d moved on to Zach Gray’s location, I received a text from Devon thanking me for the work I’d done. I texted him back a thank you and told him that I guess he lived up to the “nice young man” hype ... BARELY. Once again, he thanked me. Good luck with your sale, Devon, and thank you. Your future is bright!

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Congratulations! Congratulations to last years’ buyers and we look forward to finding you your next champion. Steers are for sale October 1, first come, first serve.

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She sells November 30 as a bred female!

Open Heifer & Bred Female Online Sale!

Hosted Online through Caldwell-Willoughby Sales

November 30 • CWCattleSaleS.COm Casey, Brooke, stetson, Zavrie & Maddix Wiss 197 SW 30th Road • Lamar, Missouri 64759 Casey: 417-499-0323 • Brooke: 417-214-0379 Jeff Smith: 479-466-0368 wissgenetics@yahoo.com • wisscattlecompany.com September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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• Supreme Champion Female, 2010 Ohio AGR Holiday Classic SHOWN BY: Nick • Supreme Champion Female, 2010 Heart Of It All • Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer, 2011 Iowa State Fair • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2011 Iowa State Fair Open Shorthorn Show • Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2010 Keystone • Reserve Supreme Champion Female, 2010 Badger Kick-Off • Reserve Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2010 Louisville (As a calf) • Reserve Champion ShorthornPlus Female, 2011 National Western Stock Show (As a calf)

Tim & Emily Schaeffer 765.541.0738

14622 Crull Road, Hagerstown, IN 47346 Paul & Tracy Schaeffer

Nate Tice 717.926.0874

Sullivan

Watch for future champions like this female in our upcoming sales ... Schaeffer/Tice/Hensley On-line Auction December 21 - 23, 2011 A Caldwell/Willoughby Sale

Winners Circle Sale

December 31, 2011 Live Auction in New Paris Ohio


Jeff Miller Elite Online Heifer Sale

November 9th, 2011 - hosted through CW Cattle Sales

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Jeff Miller 6863 S. 200 E. Cutler, Indiana 765.414.4547 - cell 765.268.2409 - home www.jeffmillershowcattle.com

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GRand ChaMPion STEER, 2011 Indiana State Fair Shown by DJ Martin • Sold by Bonham and Guyer • Raised by Muller & Sons Club Calves

Sired by Eye Candy

GRand ChaMPion STEER, 2011 Wisconsin State Fair Shown by Colton Sullivan • Sold by Trausch Farms/Goehring Lot 8 in our Breeders World Online Sale 2010 • Raised by Rolling Stone Ranch

Sired by Eye Candy

RESERvE GRand ChaMPion STEER, 2011 Minnesota State Fair Shown by Megan Boesl • Sold by Ron Bruns & K Bar K Cattle

Sired by Eye Candy

GRand ChaMPion STEER, 2011 North Dakota State Fair (New Salem) Shown by Lacey Schmitz • Sold by Ron Bruns & K Bar K Cattle

Reg: ChiMaine: 339630 • DOB: 4-10-07 • BW: 90 lbs. Sire: Naughty Pine • Dam: Miss Fuzz (PB Galloway) Bred by Bobby Wellner • THC/PHAF

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In the Heart of the Heartland...

this is Club Calf Country!

Des Moines

5 1. Goretska Show Steers Tracy, Mandi, Macey, & Cash Goretska Corydon, Iowa h 641.872.3588 • c 641.344.2400 Private Treaty Sale • October 15, 2011 Initial bids due by 6:00pm

2. Goretska Cattle Co.

Troy, Bridget, Chloe, Morgan, & Tyson Goertska Corydon, Iowa • 641.344.2087 Private Treat Sale • September 11, 2011

3. McDaniel Cattle Co.

92 W to R63 N to Grimes St. Indianola, Iowa 515.979.1894 • 515.720.3760 Chris Hixson, Sale Manager 641.891.9329 www.mcdanielcattle.com Private Treaty Sale • October 16, 2011 Bids close at dark

4 10 3 78 6 9 12 4. Rodgers Cattle Co.

Wade, Kaylene, & Rhylee Rodgers Searsboro, Iowa • 515.488.6896 Private Treaty Sale • October 15, 2011 Bids close at 6:00pm

5. Downing Show Cattle

Steve & Karen Downing 1143 110th Street, Creston, Iowa c 641.344.4111 • h 641.345.2350 Private Treaty Sale • September 11, 2011 Bids close at dark.

6. Sandy Show Cattle

Derek, Sarah, & Reese Sandy Russell, Iowa h 641.203.2875 Private Treaty Sale • September 11, 2011

7. Hunter Brothers

Chariton, Iowa Chris Rosa 641.203.1686 Ncik Hunter 641.203.1999 Mike Hunter 641.203.1529 Private Treaty Sale • September 11, 2011

8. Curran Cattle Promotions Adam, Sara, Ky, & Mya Curran Chariton, Iowa h 641.203.2931 currancattlepromotions.blogspot Online Sale • October 3-4, 2011

9. Brad McConhahay Corydon, Iowa 641.344.9244 Simmental & Simm-cross cattle Bulls and replacement heifers Call for appointment.

10. Hartgers Cattle Co.

Tyler & Mallory Hartgers 641.891.1562 823 Forrest Home Rd., Montezuma, Iowa Private Treaty Sale • October 15, 2011 Bids close at dark

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Whoops. We need to apologize again. ...These calves are so good, we needed anoTher sale To fiT Them in! The calf crop was deep and anybody that came thru and saw the September set can attest that it was strong, but wait til you see the October group. Our top Monopoly heifer, a tremendous Monopoly steer, and a set of combat ready breeding heifers off the top of this year’s crop will sell in October. Another full sister to Interstate and a rock-your-world summer Smokie sell in this set.

Just 10 miles south of Des Moines at McDaniel Cattle Co., join us for our 2nd sale, Round 2, on October 16.

Dominant National Champion sold by us.

More composite Charolais and crossbred smokies like this one sell.

A few years ago she had the whole world talking. A full sister sells “Banjo” promotion bull sold last year to Lautner Farms. this year.

Location/Directions: GPs Location: 8247 104th Lane indianola, iowa • From I-35, exit 56 E 10 mi to R63. • From DSM, exit 96 off 5 bypass S 7 mi.

Interstate x PB Charolais This one was a killer. Come see a summer born Interstate that will be worth the trip!

They say this one raised one of the top calves in the entire East this year. Her high Maine maternal sister sells this fall.

mcdanielcattle.com

alan, lisa, Kendall, & lathan Mcdaniel cuRtis, aMy, olivia, & atlie Wiedel Indianola, Iowa • 515-979-1894 Hebron, Nebraska • 402-768-8066 chRis hixson: 641-891-9329

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OctOber 15

Private Treaty Sale • Bids Close at Dark

austin burris

did yo u k No w ? These 2 winners sold out of our Load & Go pen. Several like these will sell this year in our load & go pen.

megan millier

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 ohio State Fair

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair

jOrdan FergusOn Champion Chi Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair

sydney dunphy celeste martin nick jOnes

Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Steer 2011 Iowa State Fair

3rd Overall Steer 2011 Indiana State Fair

elizabeth jOnes

Reserve Champion Division 1 Crossbred Steer 2011 Iowa State Fair Reserve Champion Market Heifer 2011 Iowa State Fair

This was the 4th year in a row we have sold the Grand or Reserve Grand Market Heifer!

Wade, Kaylene, and Rhylee Rodgers

405 510th Avenue, Searsboro, Iowa 50242 • 515-480-6896 • JR Spear: 515-480-9882 • Nolan Ferguson: 641-660-0820 September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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carpe Diem • Composite BW: 70 • THC/PHAF Sire: Tank • Dam: Time x Cannon Daughter

SEK Genetics

Walks alone • Composite • Reg. # 348625 BW: 85 • THC/PHAF Sire: Heat Wave • Dam: Wade x AN x MA x CX x 7587

YelloW Jacket • 1/2 Maine, 1/2 Charolais AMAA #: 357758 • THF/PHAF Sire: BK Lifeline • Dam: Phylli (Hoo Doo Charolais)

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Complete Embryo Facility AI Schools and Supplies BioPryn Testing (Pregnancy Test) BVD Testing for P.I.’s Semen volume discounts starting at $300 (Some bulls may not apply) • No minimum straw orders • No packing and handling fees

one & onlY • Composite BW: 85 • THF/PHAF Sire: Heat Wave • Dam: Full Attack x Yahtzee Dam

Upcoming AI Schools

tiger WooDs • Composite • ACA #: 346283 BW: 86 • THF/PHAF Sire: Monopoly • Dam: Dr. Who

amen • Composite BW: 92 • THF/PHAF Sire: Friction • Dam: H832 Kroupa Donor

simple math • Composite BW: 77 • THF/PHAF Sire: Who Made Who • Dam: H832 Meyer 734x602

limestone trifecta • 1/4 Simmental, 3/4 Angus ASA #: 2572356 • THF/PHAF/AMF/CAF/NHF Sire: OCC Magnitude • Dam: Collins CVR Meyer R1

smilin BoB • Composite • Reg. #: 346671 BW: 90 • THC/PHAF Sire: Wave on Wave • Dam: GC Foxie Moxie

monopolY moneY • Composite BW: 86 • THC/PHAF Sire: Monopoly • Dam: Maine/Angus

• November 5th & 6th • December 3rd & 4th

SEK Genetics

9525 70th Road • Galesburg, Kansas 66740 eYe canDY • Composite • ACA #: 339630 BW: 90 • THC/PHAF/AMF/NHF Sire: Naughty Pine • Dam: Miss Fuzz (PB Galloway)

BoDacious • Composite BW: 84 • THC/PHAF Sire: Bojo • Dam: Meyer Granddaughter

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CALL FOR A CATALOG!

1-800-443-6389 www.sekgenetics.com


Friday evening, November 11 Newcastle, Kentucky Auction to be held at Reality Farms - Minutes from Louisville between I-64 & I-71

Dinner at 6 pm - Auction at 7 pm Watch for our Video Bidding Kiosk at the North American International!

An Elite Offering of Black Genetics ANGUS - CHIANGUS - SIMANGUS Spring & Fall Heifer Calves - Bred Females - Donor & Herd Sire Options

Foundation Pedigrees with Winning Quality, Start to Finish.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011 6:30 p.m. EST • At the farm • Harrod, Ohio Troy Jones: 419-230-8675 • Randy Jones: 419-230-8734 Offering Maines, MaineTainers, Chi, Simmental, % Simmental, and Shorthorn cattle

Sale Managed by

Dwyer Cattle Services Bob: 309-337-1404 Nick: 309-337-6404

Troy Jones & Randy Jones PO Box 127 • Harrod, OH 45850 419-648-9196 (home) • 419-648-9967 (office) 419-230-8675 (cell) • jonesshowcattle@watchtv.net

www.jonesshowcattle.com

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38 years of selling CHAMPIONS!

2010 Hoosier Beef Congress, er. reserve Grand Champion ste r yea Shown by Bailey in her final - begin your ride!

Saturday, October 15 7:00pm • At the fArm • NeAr royAl CeNter, IN

50 show steers • 30 show heifers Black-cross • Shorthorns • ShorthornPlus

Time-TesTed Value & QualiTy

• Select your favorites and bid your price on your next winners! • • Home-raised calves bred and raised right to win. • Many from our extensive embryo program and sired by the leading bulls in the business. See them now and compare. Selling top cut from Oakridge Farms!

Friday, November 25 1:00pm • At the fArm • NeAr royAl CeNter, IN

Selling bred cows and pregnancies from our elite donors.

Farrer Stock Farms Tom Farrer Family

6891 W CR 325 W, Royal Center, IN | Updates at showsteers.com Tom: 574-727-0680 | Payton: 765-586-8186 | Taylor: 574-727-5610

FSF Starburst Bred cows will be carrying calves by the one-of-a-kind Shorthorn bulll!

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carter family angus

sunday, october 23, 2011 • 4:00 Pm mst Held at tHe rancH in Julesburg, colorado open House internet bidding available october 22 & 23

Carter’s Vallee Y102 • DOB: 2-2-11 Sire: Mohnen Dynamite 1356 • DaM: WK Vallee 8140

Carter’s Peg Y112 • DOB: 3-11-11 Sire: SaV Net Worth 4200 • DaM: TC Peg 2009

Carter’s BlaCkCaP Y113 • DOB: 1-7-11 Sire: Hoover Dam • DaM: Br Blackcap 10-313

Carter’s Valee Y108 • DOB: 2-3-11 Sire: Mohnen Dynamite 1356 • DaM: WK Vallee 8140

Carter’s ForeVer ladY Y103 • DOB: 2-16-11 Sire: Vision TopLine royal Stockman • DaM: WCC Forever Trendy 547

Carter’s Buena Y106 • DOB: 3-10-11 Sire: Flag Cross Country 00052 • DaM: CF Buena 724

Carter’s Vallee X126 Sire: SaV Pioneer 7301 • DaM: WK Vallee 8140 Purchased by: Grimes Family, Hillsboro, OH 2011 Ohio State Fair Grand Champion Female 2011 all-american Breeder’s Futurity Jr. Show, Owned Late Jr. Champion 2010 Ohio aGr Holiday Classic ring a + B ,Champion angus Female

Carter FamilY angus sam and ashlYn Carter

11777 Hwy 385 • Julesburg, Colorado 80737 PHONe: 765-669-2762 • WaTCH FOr ViDeO ON Our WeBSiTe: carterfamilyangus.com e-MaiL: cartersam@pctelcom.coop • DaPH HOBeLMaN: 970-520-0758 For your free reference sale booklet, contact anyone in the office of the Sale Managers. TOM BurKe, KurT SCHaFF, JereMY HaaG, aMeriCaN aNGuS HaLL OF FaMe, at the WOrLD aNGuS HeaDQuarTerS, Box 660, Smithville, MO 64089-0660. Phone: (816) 532-0811. Fax: (816) 532-0851. e-Mail angushall@earthlink.net.

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Monopoly x Lady Lumps (Donor, Mossy Oak x Double Stuff)

immortal x Whiskey girl (Donor, Irish Whiskey x Angus)

Heat Wave x Lois Lane (Donor, Kryptonite)

Walks on Water x Hot toddy (Donor, Irish Whiskey x Chill Factor)

Walks on Water x Hot toddy (Donor, Irish Whiskey x Chill Factor)

2011 Sales...

OctOber 17, 2011 • hosted through Breeders World Online Sales

Featuring our steers that will consist of full sibs to the Reserve Grand Steer at the 2010 New Mexico State Fair, as well as maternal sibs sired by Monopoly and Walks on Water.

NOveMber 29, 2011 • hosted through Breeders World Online Sales

Featuring select females and some select embryo offerings from our top donor cows bred to the some of the top bulls in the industry.

Steve, Mary aNN, WeS and Maggie bONeSO • 5995 Martingale Circle • San Miguel, CA 93451 • H: 805-227-4031 • c: 805-294-3816 • bonesolivestock.com

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Bright Lights Entry Deadline: Nov. 10, 2011 Maine-Anjou Bull & Female Sale Saturday, January 14, 2012 • 3 p.m. In the “yards” • Livestock Sale Center NWSS, Denver, Colo. Individual bull and female lots as well as pen-of-three bull and female lots are eligible. As a pen show/sale feature, grand and reserve sale pen champions will be designated in all the divisions. Take advantage of the extra marketing avenue, the NWSS pen show always has a great crowd on hand. Steve Bonham, Newcastle, Okla., will auctioneer the 2011 “Bright Lights” Sale. Dustin Layton, Edmond, Okla., will be assisting with the “Bright Lights” Sale • (317) 821-1100

P.O. Box 1100 Platte City, MO 64079 (P) 816.431.9950 (F) 816.858.9951 www.maine-anjou.org

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• Supreme Champion Breeding Heifer, 2011 Nebraska State Fair

Off to a

tremendous start on the tanbark....

with Sull Miss Direction Jeff, Darla, & Kane Aegerter Seward, Nebraska 402.641.4696 www.aegertercattle.com

• Grand Champion ShorthornPlus Heifer, 2011 Shorthorn Jr. Nationals Nate, Lynn, & Carly Kolterman Seward, Nebraska 402.641.0146 nkoltr@gmail.com www.koltcattle.com

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make it happen. “Some people want it to happen, some people wish it would happen and some people MAKE IT HAPPEN.” — Michael Jordan

These ShowRite customers did.

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Indiana State Fair

Grand Champion Heifer, 2011 Indiana State Fair

Grand Champion Heifer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Kentucky State Fair

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Open Show)

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair

3rd Overall Steer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

4th Overall Steer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

D.J. Martin

John R. Thompson

Becca Chamberlain

Evan Kempker

Megan Hunt

Clayton Burks

Madison Clark

Madison Clark

Show Feeds... Done Rite! For more information on ShowRite Beef Feeds, call:

Dennis Wilber: 209-482-6858 ChaD Day: 260-388-2876 Dave Guyer: 618-546-5035

Ty OlsOn: 217-248-2767 Jeremy balDWin: 765-730-5459 TODD KenneDy: 405-550-6769

www.showrite.com •

ryan siTes: 580-695-0429 reD GOODsOn: 580-920-9788 Kevin mOCK: 512-787-2948

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AMARIE GRIFFITH ... ’11 Oklahoma Youth Expo Reserve Champion Hereford Female. Bred by Buck & Swanson.

COLE MOORE ... ’11 Oklahoma Youth Expo Champion Maine-Anjou & Reserve Supreme Champion Female. Bred by Buck

KAITLIN BELL ... ’11 Fort Worth Champion Maine-Anjou Female; ’10 American Royal Champion Maine-Anjou Female; ’10 NAILE Champion Maine-Anjou Female Bred by DJ’s Cattle

BAILEY BUCK ... 2011 NWSS Reserve Champion Polled Hereford, Open & Jr. Shows Bred by Blacktop

EMRY WOOD ... 2011 Fort Worth Stock Show Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Female Bred by Buck

AVRY WOOD ... 2011 Fort Worth Stock Show Champion Chianina Female Bred by Buck

MACIE MCCOLLUM ... 2011 San Antonio Champion Maine-Anjou & Reserve Supreme Champion Female Bred by Buck & 4J

Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 1:00 PM

at the Ranch, Madill, Oklahoma Selling Approximately 130 Head ... 40 Head of Maine & MaineTainer Show Heifer Prospects and Future Donors.

10 Head of Hereford Show Heifer Prospects - both Horned and Polled. PLUS a select few Shorthorn, Chi, Simmental, Angus, and AOB Show Heifers 60 Head of Maine/Angus Fall Pairs and Spring Bred Females. Featuring Proven Donors and top producers from the heart of the herd. 20 Head of breeding age Maine-Anjou Bulls. Herd Bulls and Club Calf Producers

TREY MOORE ... 2011 National Junior Maine-Anjou Show Reserve Grand Champion Maine-Anjou Female Bred by Buck and Jeffery

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JIRL BUCK & FAMILY

Jirl, Brenda & Bailey Buck Madill, OK 580-795-7271 • c: 580-795-4865 jirl@buckcattle.com Matt Scasta, Show & Sale Cattle www.buckcattle.com All Buck cattle are fed MFM Feeds. Talk to us about the advantages of MFM.


Something big is brewing...

Save The DaTe: January 7th, 2012 You don’t want to miss this one!

Show Feeds... Done Rite!

Dave, Lucy, Ashtin, & Nalaney Guyer Robinson, Illinois 618-546-5035 guyercattleco@gmail.com www.guyercattle.com September/October 2011 • theshowcircuit.com

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Grand Champion Prospect Steer 2011 Oklahoma Beef Expo Congratulations Scout Thrasher

Grand Champion Market Heifer, 4th Overall 2011 Iowa Beef Expo Congratulations Kallie Burns

Reserve Champion Progress Steer 2011 Oklahoma Beef Expo Congratulations Savannah Cain

Class 1 Champion 2011 National Western Congratulations Tori Shepard

Grand Champion Progress Steer 2011 TSU Spectacular Congratulations Savannah Cain

Grand Champion Steer

2011 Sandhills Stock Show Congratulations Colby Breeding

Reserve Champion Prospect Steer 2010 Tulsa State Fair Congratulations Morgan Matlock

Class 2 Champion 2011 National Western Congratulations PD Miller

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Grand Champion Market Heifer 2011 National Western Congratulations Maronde Sisters

Reserve Champion Progress Steer 2011 TSU Spectacular Congratulations Cuatro Schauer

Reserve Champion Feeder Heifer 2011 Sioux Empire Congratulations Kayla Morrow

Grand Champion Steer

2010 Iowa Summer Beef Expo Congratulations Burke Family


Reserve Division 3 Champion

2010 American Royal Congratulations Levi Westerman

Reserve Division 3 Champion

2011 Maine Junior Nationals Congratulations Kallie Johnson

Reserve Maintainer Ring A 2011 Oklahoma Beef Expo Congratulations Kallie Johnson

Champion Simmental, 4th Overall 2011 TSU Spectacular Congratulations Kaegen Jeffery

Champion Simmental, 5th Overall

2011 Oklahoma Beef Expo Congratulations Colton Strickland

Champion Charolais Ring B 2011 TSU Spectacular Congratulations Taylor Cody

Reserve Champion AOB 2011 San Antonio Congratulations McKenze Kelly

Champion Angus Steer

2011 Oklahoma Beef Expo Congratulations Gage Thrasher

Reserve Division 1 Commercial Heifer 2011 Iowa Beef Expo Congratulations Kallie Johnson

Orlando, Oklahoma • 405.747.8627

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ADVANTAGE

Bryan, Stacy, Denver, and Berkley McKay


Thank you Griswold Cattle Company for the use of your facility.

Hosted at Sullivan Farms.

Thank you Guyer Cattle Co. for the use of your facility.

Proud supporters of America’s Youth! Thank you Heartfelt Farms for the use of your facility.

Tune in to www.sullivansupply.com to watch videos informing you on Stock Show University GRAD PROGRAMS and Sullivan Supply product demonstrations.

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Thank you Schaffer Show Cattle for the use of your facility.

Go to www.sullivansupply.com for more Stock Show University complimentary events.

Thank you Jones Show Cattle for the use of your facility.

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, SOUTH

SULLIVAN SUPPLY, INC.

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

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

www.sullivansupply.com

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Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Open)

thompson family

martin family Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Indiana State Fair

Champion Angus Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Junior + Open)

day family

KempKer family

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair

edwards family Reserve 4-H Steer, 2011 Missouri State Fair

clarK family 3rd Overall Steer, 2011 Ohio State Fair

BurKs family

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Kentucky State Fair

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jorgenson family

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair


Champion Simmental Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair (Junior)

hanold family

martin family Champion Chi Steer, 2011 Indiana State Fair

Grand Champion Steer, 2011 California State Fair

rose family

Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Colorado State Fair

vicKland family

Cattle Company dave, Lucy, aShtin & naLaney guyer: 812.243.1676 12251 E. 625th Ave. • Robinson, Illinois 62454 office: 618.546.5035 • guyercattleco@gmail.com • guyercattle.com

Steve and Stacey Bonham, Logan & BayLor Newcastle, Oklahoma • cell: 405.823.2972

Selling 30 steers and 15 Heifers. no cattle sold prior to sale. Be sure to check out our websites for updated photos and videos after October 15. Cattle will be available for viewing starting October 15 in Robinson, Illinois.

saturday, novemBer 5 Online Sale with Caldwell-Willoughby

is how we do state fairs. WE FEEd & RECOMMEnd

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AdvertisingIndex ABS ...................................................................... 16 ACA Hybrid Advantage Bull & Female Sale 195 ACA National Sale........................................... 262 Alta Calf ’s Choice Total .................................... 57 Alum-Line ........................................................ 185 AMAA National ............................................. 276 Amen ................................................................... 35 American Royal Exclusive Genetics Sale........ 66 Anderson Circle Farm Auction ..................... 189 Andis ................................................................... 28 Angus Connection ...................................... 68-69 APEX Show Cattle ............................................. 17 Bar Star Show Steers ........................................ 189 BF Black Simmentals ...................................... 197 Black Velvet Female Sale................................. 201 Blind Badger Ranch ................................ 282-283 Boneso Livestock ............................................. 275 Breeder’s World Online Sales ................. 206-207 Bremer Show Cattle........................ Insert Pg 274 Buck Cattle Co. ................................................ 280 Burke Show Cattle ....................................... 64-65 Burroughs Farms ............................................... 40 Bushman/Ahlin/Barker .................................... 32 Bushy Park Farm ............................................. 222 Caldwell/Willoughby Sales............................... 26 Cardinal Cattle Company............................... 278 Carter Family Angus ....................................... 274 Casey Wiss Livestock .............................. 260-261 Catasol............................................................... 188 Cedar Valley Shorthorn Sale ............................ 42 Central Cedar..................................................... 75 Central Iowa Club Calf Producers ................ 267 Chosen Few Sale .............................................. 281 Clear Choice Club Calf Sale ........................... 212 COBA/Select Sires ........................................... 185 Colburn Cattle ............................................. 46-47 Conley Angus................................................... 223 Cool Calf........................................................... 188 Copeland Show Cattle....................................... 43 Copus Cattle Company................................... 213 Copyright............................................................ 23 Crossroads Club Calves .................................... 48 Crystal Cattle ................................................... 190 DeRouchey Cattle Co.......................................... 7 Dietz-Olson Club Calf Sale .............................. 50 Donors On Ice.................................................. 205 Dream Girls .......................................................... 2 Easy To Look At ................................................. 51 Eby ....................................................................... 21 Elliott Cattle Co. ...................................... 214-215 Elmore Cattle Services ...................................... 52 Exclusive Genetics ............................................. 66 Eye Candy ......................................................... 266 EZ All .................................................................. 54 Factory Direct Sale .......................................... 209 Fall Showdown ................................................... 49 Farrer Stock Farm ............................................ 273 Fesmire Show Cattle........................................ 241 Fischer Cattle Co. .............................................. 71 Fred Ranch ......................................................... 56

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Fuller Beef Farm .............................................. 219 Fuss Cattle ........................................................ 191 Gamble Angus Farm ....................................... 237 Geppert’s Rock Creek Angus ......................... 192 Girls Girls Girls .................................................. 58 Gleue Show Cattle ................................... 224-225 Goretska Show Steers ........................ Back Cover Grauer Show Cattle ................................. 216-217 Graves Cattle Company .................................. 218 Greenhorn Cattle Company............................. 53 Guyer Cattle Company ................................... 281 Guyer/Bonham ........................................ 288-289 Hale Farms ....................................................... 190 Hanewich Cattle Co. ....................................... 242 Hartgers Cattle Company........................... 60-61 Harvest of Excellence ...................................... 208 Heart of it All ................................................... 193 Heaven Cattle Co. .............................................. 62 High Standards ................................................ 272 Hixon Show Cattle ............................................ 14 Holt/Ford/Beare............................................... 201 Huncovsky Photography & Design ............... 155 Jeff Miller Show Cattle .................................... 265 Jerry Marr Family Show Steers ...................... 194 Jones Show Cattle .............................................. 41 JSC Show Cattle ............................................... 272 JT Weber Family Show Cattle ........................ 235 Kane Aegerter .................................................. 277 Katina, Show Photo by .................................... 133 Kent Feeds .......................................................... 31 KOLT Cattle Co. .......................................... 38-39 Kris Black...................................................... 18-19 Kustom Fitted Cattle ....................................... 210 Legends of Fall Heifer Sale ............................... 32 Lesky Brothers ................................................. 240 Linde’s Livestock Photos ................................. 116 Lucky Strike .............................. 186-187, 220-221 Lucy, Photos by ................................................ 116 Lutrick Show Cattle ................................. 238-239 Making Memories Sale ................................... 219 Market Lamb Mammas .................................. 194 Marr Show Steers ............................................. 194 Martin Livestock.................................................. 2 McDaniel Cattle Co. ........................................ 268 McKay Cattle Co...................................... 284-285 Mid-Continent Farms ..................................3, 8-9 Multimin USA, Inc .......................................... 196 Murphy Cattle Company................................ 223 North Coast Cattle Co. ........................... 216-217 Northern Exposure Sale ................................. 236 Ohlrichs, Barb & Wayne ................................... 55 Ottmann and Ball Show Steers ...................... 234 PBS Animal Health ........................................... 59 Pearl’s Pics......................................................... 155 Pembrook Cattle Co. ....................................... 232 Polzin Cattle ................................................. 36-37 Prairie View Farms ............................................ 15 Purina Honor Show Chow ............................... 24 Purple Passion Club Calf Sale ........................ 226 Purple Reign Cattle Co. ...................................... 5

Upcoming Ad deAdlines Nov/Dec Issue: October 1 2012 Calendar: October 1 Reimann Ranch ................................................... 4 Riverrode .......................................................... 196 Rob Miller Cattle Co. .............................. 224-225 Rockin J Ranch ................................................ 291 Rodgers Cattle Company................................ 269 ROM’N Limousin ............................................. 63 Run for the Roses at the International .......... 271 Rural Route Creations..................................... 133 Sachau Cattle .................................................... 233 Schaeffer/Tice................................................... 263 Schneider Farms .............................................. 227 Schrader Real Estate & Auction Co. ............. 189 Schrag Shorthorns ........................................... 229 Season Finale VIII Sale ..................................... 82 SEK Genetics .................................................... 270 Shag ..................................................................... 59 Sharing in the Progress Sale ........................... 231 Shorter Ranch .................................................. 230 Show Circuit..................................................... 211 Show Rite .......................................................... 279 Showbloom......................................................... 81 Showmaster ........................................................ 67 Showmaster Pig ....................................... 198-199 ShowMaxx .......................................................... 33 showsteers.com .................................................. 20 Showtec ............................................................... 29 Sidwell Hay & Cattle ....................................... 200 Sieck Show Cattle ............................................ 200 Silveira Bros........................................................ 79 Silverline Genetics ............................................. 77 Simple Choices Sale..................................... 38-39 Stock Show U ............................................... 10-11 Stoltz Exotics .................................................... 228 Subscription Form ........................................... 167 Sullivan Farms/Maternal Legends Sale ..... 12-13 Sullivan Supply............................................. 10-11 Sullivan Supply/Stock Show U ............... 286-287 Swing the Gate Shorthorn Sale ........................ 80 The Angus Connection Sale ....................... 68-69 The Boss Professional Dryer ............................ 30 Thompson Show Steers ..................................... 35 Top Line Farm.................................................... 70 Trans Ova ........................................................... 72 Trausch Farms..........................................266, 291 Tree Lane Farms .............................................. 264 Triple C Trailer Sales ......................................... 34 Tru-Test............................................................... 25 Twisted Nickel Cattle Co. ....................... 202-203 W.O. Polled Shorthorns .................................. 196 Wallace Cattle Company ................................ 223 Walsh Show Cattle ............................................. 78 Walter Cattle Company .................................... 74 Weaver Leather ..........................................22, 204 Weaver Show Cattle........................................... 76 Welshans Show Cattle ..................................... 227 Wiese Cattle ................................................. 44-45 Willers Mitten Brand ........................................ 73 Wilson Trailers ................................................... 27 Wiss Cattle................................................ 260-261 Y-Not Cattle ..................................................... 226


reserve overall heifer, 2009 Fall Classic & Belt Buckle Bonanza Champion Chi heifer, 2010 San Antonio & Houston Sired By: Naughty Pine • Sold by Trausch Farms & Ryan Goehring to Tony Jeffs Shown By: Justin Jenkins

Champion CommerCial heifer, 2010 OYE Sired By: Naughty Pine • Sold by Trausch Farms to Miles Shout Raised by: Rockin J Ranch, NE • Shown By: Madison Chaney

reserve Breeding heifer, 2010 NECC Classic & 2011 Holden, MO Champion missouri market heifer, 2011 Missouri AGR reserve CrossBred, reserve mo Breeding heifer, 2011 Missouri AGR Sired By: Eye Candy • Sold by Trausch Farms, Ryan Goehring, Luke Spencer, Blake Bennett Shown By: Devon Stout

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41st Anniversary Sale

grand Champion steer, 2010 Cass County Fair Class Winner, 2011 Iowa Beef Expo & 2011 Nebraska AGR 4th overall market steer, 2011 Wray McDermott Memorial Classic Sold as Lot 5 in the 2010 Sale • Raised by Rockin J Ranch Shown By: Kaden Wilson

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Friday, OctOber 14 • 6:00 PM

Trausch Farms Cow Palace Sale Facility • Auctioneer: Brad Hanewich Broadcast Through Cattle In Motion

Sale Information:

Cattle can be viewed after October 1 at Trausch Farms in Anita, Iowa. Call Chris Wilson, Manager at 641-7450323 if you have any questions regarding the sale format for the cattle. Selling 70 head show steer and fancy show heifer prospects! Dinner will be served. Videos will be available in October! NOTE: This is your last opportunity to select a calf to qualify for the $15,000+ “In It To Win It” Futurity Show

Sale Day Phone Numbers:

641-745-0323 • 262-689-5934 • 712-249-2009 • 712-790-6894 • 712-762-3060

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Jerry and deloris adamson HC 74 Box 10 • Cody, Nebraska 69211 402-823-4350 • 402-389-0751 • rockinj@gpcom.net

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Calves like these sell October 14, 2011!

robert & esther trausch esther: 712-790-3033 • etrausch04@yahoo.com Chris Wilson, manager, 641-745-0323 • ryan goehring, 262-689-5934 raymond gonnet, 712-249-2009 www.trauschfarms.com • www.trauschfarms.blogspot.com Visit us on Facebook @ Trausch Farms Sires

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tracy, Mandi, Macey, and caSh GoretSka 1679 128th St. • Corydon, Iowa 50060 • 641-344-2400 • goretskashowsteers.com

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BurriS FaMily! Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Illinois State Fair

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ruSSell FaMily! Reserve Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair

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ayerS FaMily! Grand Champion Steer, 2011 Kentucky State Fair

Private treaty Sale Selling 40 steers and 20 heifers.

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