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Summer Gala THE

presented by freking cattle co. & hartman cattle co.


Welcome to an

unparalleled opportunity


The opportunity to invest in a new form of currency

elite genetics


Brad, Meg, Ben, Will, and Thomas Freking Alpha, Minnesota

Meg and I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to our first Summer Gala, an event that we plan to continue with annually. We also need to recognize and thank the Hartman Cattle Company families for graciously opening up their ranch to host this event. Our motivation for doing this unique event, in all honesty, is that we have simply produced too many outstanding females to try to effectively market them all in the fall. The progeny that will be on display is the result of significant investments in a group of outstanding donors over the past couple of years. From this group of 35 donor cows, we created 55 embryo transfer pregnancies along with the 35 natural calves this past year. The heifers we are offering to you are an elite set of females hand-picked from that set of calves. For this sale, with the creativeness of Innovation AgMarketing, we have fashioned a process for new buyers to more effectively evaluate the heifers to guide their investment. Our process for evaluating the potential investment value of each heifer is unique, but also simple to understand, and based upon the actual dollars generated within each heifer’s pedigree. This is a novel approach, but hopefully simpler for those not familiar with the industry than the EPD numbers that the industry relies upon. For those familiar with the industry,


we will also be providing EPD’s. It is not our intention to downplay the value of EPD’s, but rather to provide another way to evaluate the potential value of your investment. The HCC Customer Appreciation sale heifers that will sell in December will also be on full display for your review. We wanted to ensure confidence in your purchase by providing you the opportunity to evaluate them against the Elite of the Elite in the Simmental industry. For those not familiar with the HCC Customer Appreciation Female Heifer Sale, Mike and Dalton Hartman travel the United States in search of the most elite females to present the second Saturday of December. All of these females come from HCC genetics, whether on the female or bull side of the pedigree, and the sale is truthfully, a wonderful customer appreciation event. We will also have on display some of the bulls that will be offered for sale in February. If you have the opportunity to review the set of bulls, you will quickly realize that there are many full sibs to the heifers that we are offering, once again, helping to confirm the genetic value of the heifers being offered. For those of you that are new to the industry, we have provided information on pages 9 through 11 for you to clearly understand what the investment opportunity looks like. HCC is fully prepared to manage your investment for you as outlined later in the catalog. Additionally, this option will allow you exclusive access to one of the most pristine herd sire batteries in the beef cattle industry. This particular resource provided by HCC is truly invaluable. If you have any questions, please feel free to call. In closing, Meg and I would like to thank the Hartman Cattle Company for making this event possible and Innovation AgMarketing for creating an alternative process for you to evaluate your potential investment. We look forward to seeing you on August 8th in Tecumseh, Nebraska!

Brad Freking

SO Remedy 7F


Our Genetic Foundation FRKG CKCC Platinum 009H ET Platinum was the $175,000 top selling bull in the 2021 CK Cattle and Wager Cattle Bull Sale. The dam of Platinum was a $20,000 purchase from Wager Cattle Company. Purchased by Doug Groth and Harrell Cattle Company Raised by Freking Cattle and CK Cattle

KTE FRKG Reset 825H ET Reset sold for $230,000 in the Hartman Cattle Company Bull Sale. The dam of Reset was our $135,000 purchase from the HCC December Customer Appreciation Female Sale. Purchased by King Cattle Company. Raised by Freking Cattle and CK Cattle

KTE FL Hazel 1H ET Hazel sold for $50,000 to Eagles Crest Cattle in the 2020 HCC December Customer Appreciation Female Sale. Hazel is a maternal sister to the $230,000 KTE FRKG Reset 825H ET. Raised by Freking Cattle and CK Cattle

J6RA Bada Bing “Bobbi” Our $40,000 purchase from CK Cattle Company. “Bobbi” is a true matriarch within our program. Watch for future progeny to highlight upcoming marketing events.


Our Genetic Foundation SO Remedy 7F

$530,000 record-selling Simmental bull and 2021 Cattlemen’s Congress Grand Champion Bull. Owned by Freking Cattle, GKB Cattle, and Hartman Cattle

EC REBEL 156F

Rebel was our $200,000 selection in the HCC Bull Sale in 2019. He has proven to be one of the hottest young sires in the business! The dam of EC Rebel 156F has produced other progeny that have sold for $120,000, $50,000, and $35,000. Owned by Freking Cattle and Hartman Cattle Ruby’s Currency 7134E

We purchased Currency for $435,000 in 2018 when he surfaced as an elite outcross pedigreed performance sire that would complement the donors we based our cow herd around. Owned by Freking Cattle and Hartman Cattle

WAGR Ms Profit 7054E

7054E was a $20,000 purchase we made as a bred heifer from Wager Cattle of South Dakota. 7054E has had an outstanding young career producing the $175,000 Platinum the $35,000 Undisputed, and a third brother that sold for $7,000 to a top commercial cow-calf outfit. Bailey’s Dream Girl

Dream Girl, more commonly known as 467E, was our $135,000 purchase that has evolved as one of the elite young Simmental donors in the business. She has produced several high selling sons and daughters. Her most notable accolades would include the $230,000 Reset and the $50,000 Hazel. Power in the blood!


Sale Schedule Saturday, August 7, 2021 12:00 pm to 4:00 PM Sale Cattle on Display, Pasture Tours 5:00 pm Hors D’ouvers & Hospitality Hour with Live Entertainment 6:00 pm - Dinner Served Sunday, August 8, 2021 11:00 pm - Brunch served 12:00 pm - The Inaugural Summer Gala at Hartman Cattle Company Sale Location 61878 732 Rd - Tecumseh, NE 68450 Located from the Junction of Hwy 136 & 50, in Tecumseh. Go North 3 Miles on Hwy 50, 2 miles west on Hwy 41 and 1/4 Mile North at the Hartman Cattle Company sign.

Sale Day Phones Mike Hartman (402) 440-6825 Kay Hartman (402) 432-2212 Dalton Hartman (402) 440-6469 Brad Freking (507) 841-0402

Sale Management Innovation AgMarketing, LLC Graham Blagg (530) 913-6418 Jered Shipman (806) 983-7226 Tim Anderson (605) 682-9343 Auctioneer Col. Steve Dorran (760) 972-7736 Professional Ring Staff Dick Carmichael (615) 584-0997 Delvin Heldermon (405) 205-1116 Terry Cotton (816) 390-3227

Transportation Tecumseh is located at the junction of highways 136 & 50, just 30 minutes west of I-29. Commercial air service is available into Omaha and Kansas City. Major rental car companies serve these terminals. Please call HCC if you need assistance with your travel plans. Inspection Sale cattle will be available for inspection at the sale site all day on Saturday and up to sale time on Sunday. For early inspections please contact Mike at (402) 440-6825 or Dalton at (402) 440-6469 to schedule a visit. Lot Numbers Ear tags in the sale cattle will correspond to their lot numbers in the catalog. Liability Hartman Cattle Company, Freking Cattle Company, Innovation AgMarketing, LLC, and authorized sale personnel assume NO liability for injury, accident, or damage to persons or personal property. All persons who attend the sale do so at their own risk. Insurance James F. Bessler, Inc. will be on site and available at the settlement desk to insure your purchase(s). We strongly recommend the option to insure your investment. (815) 762-2641 Lodging Super 7 Inn Tecumseh, NE - (402) 335-3100 7 Miles from sale site Syracuse Inn & Suites Syracuse, NE - (402) 269-2700 21 Miles from sale site Holiday Inn & Express Nebraska City, NE - (402) 417-0820 39 Miles from sale site Lied Lodge Nebraska City, NE - (402) 873-8733 39 Miles from sale site watch and bid online at cci.live

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Terms & Conditions All lots sell in accordance with the suggested guidelines of the American Simmental Association. Announcements made sale day from the block during the sale take precedence over printed material in this catalog. Payment will be accepted in the form of cash, cashier’s check, or check. All cattle must be paid for prior to release. All funds are to be paid to Innovation AgMarketing, LLC in U.S. currency. No cattle will be transferred, delivered, or released without full payment. In the event you need expedited registration paper transfers please make plans to pay in full on sale day. All sales are final. Investment Development Developing your investment properly is a variable that will dictate returns. We have different options that should prove to be valuable in the development and care of your new heifer(s). 1) Leave your heifer(s) at Hartman Cattle Company to be managed on share: I) This option will include complete and total management under the care of Hartman Cattle Company. II) Additional costs such as the practice of Invitro Fertilization or Conventional Embryo Transplant will apply. For more information about what these fixed costs may look like please contact Mike Hartman at (402) 440-6825. III) Why utilize IVF and Conventional Embryo production? This is the process of multiplying the potential return of your investment and increase the odds of a more profitable payout from each calf crop. Many of the heifers in the offering are the result of our extensive embryo transplant program. IV) Buyer is responsible for purchasing recipient cows once they are confirmed pregnant. Pregnant recipient cows will be managed by Hartman Cattle Company. Historical cost of 60-day pregnant recipient cows has ranged from $2,000 - $3,000. Buyer will own that recipient cow in her entirety. V) All profits will be handled on a 60/40 split between the manager and the owner. Hartman Cattle Company will receive 60% of sale proceeds in order to assume full responsibility of the daily care, management costs, marketing, and all herd health protocols. The owner of the heifer(s) will receive 40% of the profits with no additional expense during the natural production process. The natural production process is limited to Artificial Insemination, followed by the natural clean-up service by a member of the Hartman Cattle Company exclusively utilized herd sire battery. This will allow access to some of the most influential individuals in the Simmental breed at no additional cost. VI) It is strongly recommended that each heifer is bred naturally and has at least 1 natural calf before entering IVF or Conventional Embryo Transplant to insure reproductive health. 2) Take your heifer home to be managed: I) Hartman Cattle Company takes great pride in the customer service aspect of the business. If the heifer(s) leave the premises of Hartman Cattle Company, the staff at HCC welcomes any questions that pertain to breeding, management, and health that you may have. Once your heifer(s) enter production Hartman Cattle Company reserves the right to view any progeny that may qualify for the Annual Customer Appreciation Female Sale and Annual Bull Sale. II) Any cattle that become eligible for the annual marketing events at Hartman Cattle Company will be managed by Hartman Cattle Company on a 50/50 split, with Hartman Cattle Company absorbing the marketing and management costs associated with sale preparations.

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• The cattle that qualify for the $ INVEST™ program have been stringently screened for structural soundness, foot shape, fleshing ability, and phenotypic eye appeal. These components combined will outlive any trend within the industry. • $ INVEST™ is an index to be used as a tool in the selection process of Simmental and SimAngus™ seedstock merchandised at Hartman Cattle Company. • $ INVEST™ combines actual data derived from auction and private treaty sales. • $ INVEST™ provides the opportunity for seedstock breeders, commercial producers, and investor potentials to select for profitability based on history of direct members of lineage. • $ INVEST™ encompasses the revenue generated from the animal’s dam and maternal granddam, as well as the valuation of each individual animal’s sire. Breed composition is taken into consideration based on generational intervals and the different levels of earning potential. • $ INVEST™ values should be compared between animals to estimate the differences in potential valuation and return on investment. • An ROI ranking correlates to the $ INVEST™ value that is earned by each individual animal based on actual sales. • $ INVEST™ was developed to be utilized as a selection tool to assist first time buyers to make an investment with more precision and calculation. $ INVEST ™ is an estimate of future earning potential.

THE BUYERS GUIDE TO INVESTMENT SUCCESS What are the main questions that you need to ask during the selection process? I)

Is she a standout phenotypically? i) Structural correctness, foot quality, fleshing ability, and eye appeal dictate added value. As previously cited, an animal’s phenotype and fundamental correctness will outlast popular trends or fads within the industry.

II)

How is she bred? i) Meaning what is her sire?

II)

What cow family supports her lineage? i) The dam, 2nd generation dam, 3rd generation dam, and so on make up the cow family that supports each individual animal. Being supported by a powerful and proven cow family will increase the odds of profitability.

III)

What is her breed make-up? i) Knowing if she is a Purebred Simmental, ¾ Blood Simmental, or ½ Blood Simmental will make the difference in sire selection when the time comes to mate your investment. The higher the percentage allows for more mating flexibility.

Example One Division

Item

$INVEST POINT

Possible

Division

Item

Sire Value

Profit ($400,000)

45

MGS Value

MR CCF Vision ($100,000)

15

55

Sire Value

55

MGS Value

Breed

Purebred

20

20

Breed

Cow Family Earning

BF Miss Crysteel Tango ($500,000+)

170

170

Cow Family HCCO Countess 130Y Earning ($100,000+)

Total Points

250

300

$ Invest value of $41,667.00 roi ranking ***** 10

Example Two

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$INVEST POINT

Possible

MR CCF Vision ($100,000)

15

55

ACLL Fortune 393D ($185,000)

20

55

Purebred

20

20

130

170

185

300

Total Points

$ Invest value of $30,833.00 roi ranking ****


The Criteria for Value Evaluation Sire Value

$10,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $199,999 $200,000 - $249,999 $250,000 - $299,999 $300,000 - $349,999 $350,000 - $399,999 $400,000 - $449,999 $450,000 - $499,999 $500,000 +

Cow Family Earnings

$10,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $199,999 $200,000 - $249,999 $250,000 - $299,999 $300,000 - $349,999 $350,000 - $399,999 $400,000 - $449,999 $450,000 - $499,999 $500,000 +

$ Invest™ Points

Maternal Grandsire Value

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55

$10,000 - $49,999 $50,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $199,999 $200,000 - $249,999 $250,000 - $299,999 $300,000 - $349,999 $350,000 - $399,999 $400,000 - $449,999 $450,000 - $499,999 $500,000 +

$ Invest™ Points

Breed

120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170

PB SM 3/4 SM 1/4 AN 1/2 SM 1/2 AN

ROI Ranking

* ** *** **** *****

$ Invest™ Points

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55

$ Invest™ Points

20 15 10

$ Invest Value

$5,000 - $10,000 $10,001 - $20,000 $20,001 - 30,000 $30,001 - $40,000 $40,001 - $50,000

Sire Value and Maternal Grandsire Value is measured by their acquisition price at auction.

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HCC Junior Bonus Program All heifers selling are eligible for the HCC Junior Bonus program. Juniors may receive cash awards or sale credit for exhibiting registered heifers purchased at Hartman Cattle Company! Payout applies in both the Purebred and Percentage Division. For more information about the terms and conditions of the HCC Junior Heifer Bonus Program please visit www.HartmanCattleCo.com. National Junior Heifer Show $5,000 – Grand Champion Heifer $3,000 – Reserve Grand Champion Heifer $500 – Class Winner Major Junior Heifer Show (Denver, Fort Worth, Kansas City, Louisville, AK-SAR-BEN, and OKC) $2,500 – Grand Champion Heifer $1,000 – Reserve Grand Champion Heifer $250 – Class Winner State Fair Junior Shows & State Expo Junior Shows $500 – Grand Champion Heifer $250 – Reserve Grand Champion Heifer Supreme Heifer Any Grand Champion heifer at the Major State Fair or Expos where a Supreme Champion Overall is selected will receive an additional $500 cash award or sale credit certificate should they win Supreme Champion.


purebred simmental

Opportunity

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MR CCF 20-20 $100,000 sire

FRKG PANARAMA 1J dob: January 22, 2021

Opportunity

2 WS PILGRIM 204Z $100,000 maternal grandsire

FRKG PANARAMA 2J dob: January 26, 2021 Sire: MR CCF 20-20

Dam: SWSN PANARAMA 900G

MR CCF VISION X HTP SVF DEW THE STROKE

WS PILGRIM H182U X WAGR PANARAMA 204Z

value: $36,667 epd data

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CED: 10.2

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BW: 3.3

roi ranking: **** WW: 81.2

YW: 112.7

MILK: 14.9

API: 117.3

TI: 75.2


• We proudly initiate the inaugural Summer Gala with a pair of flushmate sisters that are undoubtedly a product of the program. They are sired by the $100,000 MR CCF 20-20, while the dam of this stunning pair of females is a full sister to Profit, the $400,000 herd sire that is known across the industry for his monumental impact. Profit has over 1,700 registered progeny recorded with the American Simmental Association, ranking him among the most heavily utilized AI sires of the last decade. • The maternal grandam of this pair of flushmate sisters is the legendary WAGR Panarama 204Z, a female that has generated in excess of $1.5 Million in actual progeny sales. • WAGR Panarama 204Z is the dam of the $400,000 Profit, $350,000 Justified, as well as the $130,000 Panarama 52C that was the 2016 NAILE Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Simmental and 2017 NWSS Reserve Grand Champion Purebred Simmental for Miranda Raithel and Herbster Angus Farms. Panorama 451C, another full sister to Profit, was also selected by Herbster Angus Farms for $200,000. • Al Swanson invested $50,000 in the 2012 Hartman Cattle Company Customer Appreciation Female Sale to acquire WAGR Panarama 204Z. She has evolved into one of the top dollar generating Simmental females in the history of the breed. • The maternal great granddam of this pair of sisters is the iconic 3C Melody M668 BZ, a true icon that has over 188 registered progeny recorded with the American Simmental Association. The influence of Melody can be identified throughout the most proven pedigrees at Hartman Cattle Company. Melody is responsible for individuals of impact that would include WAGR Driver 706T, WAGR Dream Catcher 03R, WAGR Update 123Y, WAGR Lullaby 703T, and WAGR Panarama 204Z. 3C Melody M668 BZ can be recognized throughout the pedigrees of the Simmental breed’s most prolific individuals. • SWSN Panarama 900G, the dam of this outstanding pair of phenotype standouts is a rising star in the Freking Cattle Company donor pen. Consistency is key, and there is no denying the ROI potential that this pedigree provides.

WAGR PANARAMA 204Z $50,000 maternal grandam and million dollar producing female

PROFIT $400,000 full brother to dam

PANARAMA 52C $130,000 full sister to 900G

PANARAMA 451C $200,000 full sister to 900G

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purebred simmental

Opportunity

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FRKG PANARAMA 3J dob: March 11, 2021

Sire: TL LEDGER

Dam: SWSN PANARAMA 919G

PROFIT X MISS STAR ABOVE

RUBY`S CURRENCY 7134E X WAGR PANARAMA 204Z

value: $44,167 epd data

CED: 8.7

BW: 3.2

roi ranking: ***** WW: 79.4

YW: 118.1

MILK: 20.7

API: 122.7

TI: 75.3

TL BOTTOMLINE $300,000 maternal brother to sire and multiple-time National Champion

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• Pedigree, pedigree, pedigree! Here is a tremendous opportunity to invest in a daughter of the only full sister to Justified. Justified led off the 2020 Hartman Cattle Company Bull Sale, where he commanded $350,000. Justified is sired by the $435,000 Ruby’s Currency 7134E, a popular outcross sire that was selected by Freking Cattle Company in 2018. • SWSN Panarama 919G offers breed leading performance, growth, structural integrity, and eye-appeal. 919G was purchased by Freking Cattle Company from Hartman and Swanson for $40,000 in 2019 as an open heifer calf. • FRKG Panarama 3J is sired by the $250,000 TL Ledger, one of the top sons ever sired by the $400,000 Profit. TL Ledger is a maternal brother to the $300,000 TL Bottomline that was an American Royal and NAILE Grand Champion in 2016. The dam of Ledger and Bottomline is Miss Star Above, a leading matron in the Tree Lane program that has produced in excess of a Million dollars in lifetime earnings. STN Miss Star Light was another Miss Star Above daughter that sold for $30,000 to M&E Cattle Company of North Dakota in 2018. • This mating combines two shots of the legendary WAGR Panarama 204Z through the influence of Profit on the top side of her pedigree and 919G on the bottom side. • The ability to consistently generate quality is all inclusive with this genetic masterpiece!

TL LEDGER $250,000 sire

RUBY’S CURRENCY 7134E $435,000 maternal grandsire

WAGR DRIVER 706T $250,000 maternal brother to WAGR Panarama 204Z

JUSTIFIED $350,000 FULL BROTHER TO SWSN PANARAMA 919G

WAGR LULLABY 703T Million dollar producing maternal sister to WAGR Panarama 204Z

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purebred simmental

Opportunity

4 FRKG DREAMY 4J dob: February 9, 2021

Opportunity

5 FRKG DREAMY 5J dob: January 22, 2021 Sire: MR CCF 20-20

Dam: BAILEY`S 1906G

MR CCF VISION X HTP SVF DEW THE STROKE

PROFIT X BAILEY`S MS DREAMY 946W

value: $41,667 epd data

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CED: 9.3

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BW: 3.2

roi ranking: ***** WW: 78.3

YW: 110.3

MILK: 15.6

API: 121.1

TI: 74.1


• It is no secret that Bailey’s Ms Dreamy 946W has wrote her very own chapter in the Simmental history books. Bailey’s Ms Dreamy 946W is a breed leading donor from Bailey Livestock at Towner, North Dakota. She is without question one of the HOTTEST Simmental females in history. • Bailey’s 1906G is the dam of the flushmate heifers selling and is a full sister to the trio of sisters that commanded $195,000, $135,000, and $45,000 in 2017. Bailey’s Profit’s Dream topped the sale at $195,000 selling to Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa. She was named Grand Champion Purebred at the 2018 AJSA National Classic in St. Paul, Minnesota. • A full sister to 1906G, Bailey’s Dream Girl, was selected for $135,000 and has become a staple in the donor pen at Freking Cattle Company. In 2020 she produced KTE FL Hazel 1H ET, sired by the $200,000 EC Rebel 156F that sold for $50,000 to Eagles Crest Cattle. Dream Girl is also the dam of the $230,000 high-selling bull in the 2021 Hartman Cattle Company Bull Sale that was purchased by King Cattle Company of Indiana. Other progeny of Dream Girl have been selected by Holst Genetic Edge, R&R Cattle Company, Bailey Peterson, and Ryan Effling. • Most recently a daughter of Bailey’s Miss Dreamy 946W sired by Hammer Time commanded a $100,000 price tag in the Donors & Divas Elite Female Sale. Another daughter sired by Profit sold for $50,000 the same day, making her a full sister to 1906G, the dam of both heifer calves selling. • In 2018, several daughters sold for $5,000 to $25,000 right off the farm. Her other list of high sellers includes, a $40,000 daughter sired by Chopper in the 2013 Donors & Divas sale, and a son that sold for $50,000 in the 2017 Hartman Bull Sale. In 2019 she produced a $35,500 red baldy heifer by Profit that was the high selling Purebred heifer in the Boyert-Core online heifer sale. • Bailey’s Ms Dreamy 946W has generated in excess of a million dollars in actual progeny sales to date, with a powerful set of Spring ET heifer calves to sell in the fall of 2021. • Very few females have the ability to generate with the consistency at the level that Dreamy has for the past 5 years.

BAILEY’S DREAM GIRL $135,000 full sister to Bailey’s 1906G

KTE FRKG RESET 825H ET $230,000 son of Bailey’s Dream Girl

KTE FL HAZEL 1H ET $50,000 daughter of Bailey’s Dream Girl

BAILEY’S PROFIT’S DREAM $195,000 full sister to Bailey’s 1906G

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purebred simmental

Opportunity

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FRKG ROXANN 6J dob: February 4, 2021

Sire: ACLL FORTUNE 393D

Dam: EVERHARTS ROXANN

MR TR HAMMER 308A ET X FIREFLY 311A

PROFIT X LAH MIGNONNE 243Z (PRC LOOKING GOOD T94)

value: $37,500 epd data

CED: 8.3

BW: 3.5

roi ranking: **** WW: 76.9

YW: 106.5

MILK: 19.5

API: 111.5

TI: 72.0

PRC LOOKING GOOD T94 Simmental Matriarch and 3rd Generation Dam of FRK Roxann 6J

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• ACLL Fortune 393D was purchased for $185,000 in 2017 by Moore Land & Cattle and the Fortune Group. Fortune is sired by the $200,000 MR TR Hammer 308A ET and backed by Firefly 311A, the $100,000 Pilgrim daughter that was named Grand Champion Purebred at the 2014 American Royal for Chesney Effling. Firefly 311A is an own daughter of the $114,000 BF Miss Crysteel Tango, a true matriarch within the Simmental breed with over 75 progeny recorded with the American Simmental Association. • The dam of this heifer calf is Everharts Roxann, the Profit daughter that was produced in the Everhart Family Simmentals program at Carlisle, Indiana. Everharts Roxann is one of the most phenotypically eye-appealing heifers of the females selected by Freking Cattle Company in 2019. • The dam of Roxann is LAH Mignonne 243Z, an own daughter of the late $100,000 WAGR Upside 020X, tracing to the immortal 3C Melody M668 BZ. Melody needs no introduction as one of the premier matriarchs the Simmental breed has ever known. Melody has generated in excess of a Million dollars in lifetime earnings. LAH Mignonne 243Z was bred in the Horstman Cattle Company program in Lafayette, Indiana. 243Z is a direct daughter of the foundation PRC Looking Good T94 matron. • PRC Looking Good T94 is a foundation half-blood SimAngus™ donor that was bred in the Conley/ Penner program at Sulphur, Oklahoma. She has served as a cornerstone for the Horstman Cattle Company and Knapper Cattle Company programs. T94 has over 80 registered progeny with the American Simmental Association. During her time in production at Horstman Cattle Company of Indiana she recorded an average of 13.1 viable embryos over a lifetime of 27 flushes. T94 records with 61 daughters and 20 sons to date with the American Simmental Association. T94 was purchased in 2017 by Jack McCoy of Lafayette, Indiana in the Factory Direct sale. • A uniquely stout Fortune heifer calf that is backed by the time-tested, prolific Looking Good T94 cow family. Without a doubt a sound investment opportunity to acquire elite Purebred Simmental genetics influence by the legendary Mignonne cow family that made such an impact on the Angus breed through the influence of the great Gibbet Hill Mignonne E37, most commonly known as the dam of the legendary BC Lookout 7024. • Power in the blood!

ACLL FORTUNE 393D $185,000 sire

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purebred simmental

Opportunity

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FRKG COUNTESS 7J dob: February 2, 2021

Opportunity

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FRKG COUNTESS 8J dob: February 4, 2021

Opportunity

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FRKG COUNTESS 9J dob: March 1, 2021

Sire: MR CCF 20-20

Dam: HCC0 COUNTESS 923G

MR CCF VISION X HTP SVF DEW THE STROKE

PROFIT X TKCC COUNTESS 176Y

value: $35,000 epd data

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CED: 10.3

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BW: 3.4

roi ranking: **** WW: 81.2

YW: 115.7

MILK: 13.6

API: 125.6

TI: 76.9


• We introduce the Countess tribe that is led by the prolific HCC0 Countess 923G, an own daughter of the $400,000 Profit that is backed by one of the most consistent SimAngus™ females at Hartman Cattle Company, TKCC Countess 176Y, raised in the Kearns Cattle Company program at Rushville, Nebraska. • 923G is a true standout among the “G” model females at Freking Cattle Company, producing the largest flush of ET calves sired by the $100,000 MR CCF 20-20. • Superior quality phenotypically, this set of females are further supported by a powerful set of flush mate brothers that will highlight the 2022 Hartman Cattle Company 8th Annual Bull sale in February. • TKCC Countess 176Y is also the dam of HCC0 Countess 176D, a full sister to 923G, that is member of the very capable donor pen at Vogler Cattle Company. 176D produced a MR CCF 20-20 sired bull calf, Foresight 253G, that was selected by Tony Simons of Iowa in the 2020 Hartman Cattle Company Bull Sale for $20,000. 253G is a full brother in blood to the heifers being offered on August 8th in Tecumseh. Foresight 253G was a member of the 2020 NWSS Grand Champion Pen of Five Simmental Bulls. • TKCC Countess 175Y is the full sister to 176Y that also has had a decorated track record in production. 175Y produced the $20,000 Triple Threat that was sired by the $100,000 WS Pilgrim H182U and purchased by Tom and Gloria Klinger of Missouri. 175Y and 176Y have also produced several sons and daughters that have been marketed private treaty from $5,000 to $7,500. • As a young two-year-old at the beginning of her production career HCC0 Countess 923G has set the pace. Her ability to generate quality in volume is absolutely astonishing. Look for 923G daughters to be the next generation with tremendous upside once you get them into production. • The flushmate brothers to these females will make up the OKC Cattlemen’s Congress Pen of Five Purebred Simmental bulls next January.

MR CCF 20-20 $100,000 sire

PROFIT $400,000 maternal grandsire

FORESIGHT 253G $20,000 maternal grandson of TKCC Countess 176Y

2020 NWSS GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF FIVE Foresight 253G was a member of this winning pen!

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10 BF MISS CRYSTEEL TANGO $114,000 dam of Thor 503C

FRKG COUNTESS 10J dob: January 28, 2021

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11 MR TR HAMMER 308A ET $200,000 sire of Thor 503C

FRKG COUNTESS 11J dob: February 1, 2021 Sire: THOR 503C

Dam: EC COUNTESS 904G

MR TR HAMMER 308A ET X BF MISS CRYSTEEL TANGO

PROFIT X DSFF COUNTESS 224D

value: $30,000 epd data

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CED: 9.7

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BW: 2.7

roi ranking: *** WW: 83.1

YW: 116.3

MILK: 18.6

API: 115.7

TI: 75.7


• We proudly introduce you to a pair of sharp featured, bold bodied, sound-built daughters of the calving ease maternal specialist, Thor 503C. Thor 503C is sired by the $200,000 MR TR Hammer 308A ET and backed by the influence of the $114,000 BF Miss Crysteel Tango, the cornerstone of the donor pen at Kersten Cattle Company. • Thor 503C was purchased for $14,000 by M&E Cattle Company in North Dakota. He has been used on a wide variety of phenotypes with great success. In the 2020 Hartman Cattle Company Customer Appreciation Female Sale a daughter of Thor 503C was a featured female in the percentage division where she sold for $40,000 to Daron Spears of California. • Famous maternal sibs to Thor 503C would include the $100,000 Firefly 311A owned by Autry Cattle LLC, the $120,000 Lady Di that is owned by the Swanson family, and the $70,000 promotional AI sire, VCL LKC Equity 608D. • EC Countess 904G was produced in the Eagles Crest Cattle program, an operation that needs no introduction to the business when it comes to consistently generating quality Simmental genetics. • The dam of 904G, DSFF Countess 224D, is an own daughter of the $100,000 MR CCF Vision that traces to the influence of the $100,000 WS Pilgrim 104B and is backed by the foundation WAGR Driver 706T halfblood female Countess 104Y. • DSFF Countess 224D produced a three-quarter brother in blood to 904G that was sired by the $250,000 TL Ledger that sold for $10,000 in the 2021 HCC Bull Sale. 224D has consistently produced marketable bulls and females that have sold for a valuation of $3,500 to $7,500. • This pair of sisters combine the maternal influence of BF Miss Crysteel Tango with the everlasting impact of the Profit x Vision x Pilgrim x Driver genetic combination that has built the cowherd in Tecumseh.

VCL LKC EQUITY 608D $70,000 maternal brother to Thor 503C

LADY DI $120,000 maternal sister to Thor 503C

EC LEDGER 36H $10,000 brother to EC Countess 904G that was purchased by Kane Cattle

FIREFLY 311A 2014 American Royal Grand Champion and $100,000 maternal sister to Thor 503C

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FRKG COUNTESS 12J dob: February 17, 2021

Sire: EC REBEL 156F

Dam: HCC0 COUNTESS 921G

PROFIT X DSFF COUNTESS 357D

ACLL FORTUNE 393D X SJF COUNTESS 130Y

value: $36,667 epd data

CED: 7.7

BW: 3.9

roi ranking: **** WW: 76.0

YW: 108.7

MILK: 18.9

API: 117.2

EC REBEL 156F $200,000 sire

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TI: 73.5


• HCC0 Countess 921G is a maternal sister to countless individuals that have been past high sellers, champions, and herd sires of impact. HCC0 Countess 921G is sired by the $185,000 ACLL Fortune 393D and backed by the role model producing brood cow at Hartman Cattle Company, SJF Countess 130Y. • SJF Countess 130Y is the dam of the popular $15,000 three-quarter blood herd sire, Outlaw, at Wager Cattle Company and CK Cattle Company. There is no denying the raw power, masculinity, rugged build, and tremendous herd bull characteristics that Outlaw brings to the table. • Outlaw is sired by the now deceased $100,000 WS Pilgrim H182U and backed by one of the most productive and highest dollar generating half-blood Driver daughters at Hartman Cattle Company. Outlaw has evolved as a heifer safe option. Outlaw is a true athlete, and his daughters might just be his most valuable attribute! • SJF Countess 130Y has never been flushed during her tenure at Hartman Cattle Company, yet has produced in excess of $100,000 on natural calves. Her high sellers list would include progeny sold for $40,000, $30,000, $15,000, $12,500, $10,000, $9,750, $6,500, and $5,500. Progeny have been purchased by Freking Cattle Company, Wager Cattle Company, CK Cattle Company, Vogler Cattle Company, Autry Cattle LLC, Dean Cattle, and Five Mile Farm. • The sire of FRKG Countess 12J, EC Rebel 156F, is the $200,000 son of the $400,000 Profit that was purchased by Freking Cattle Company. EC Rebel 156F is from a cow family that mirrors the production history of 130Y. While EC Rebel 156F was the result of embryo transfer production, his dam DSFF Countess 357D, has raised 3 other calves from natural sire service that have resulted in Renegade selling for $120,000 to Hoffman Ranch, EC Reba 6H selling for $50,000 to Moore Land & Cattle, and EC Countess 283F selling for $35,000 to Tree Lane Farms. 357D has 4 calves recorded with the American Simmental Association with the lifetime earnings of $405,000 to date. One of the true standout herd sire prospects among the class of 2021 is a maternal brother to EC Rebel 156F that is sired by the $530,000 record selling promotional AI sire, SO Remedy 7F. • Consistency is key when it comes to genetic selection. Females like HCC0 Countess 921G have the genetic generating capabilities to produce elite Simmental seedstock that have greater opportunities for return. Phenotype + Pedigree = Profitability

OUTLAW $15,000 herd sire for Wager Cattle and CK Cattle

ACLL FORTUNE 393D $185,000 Maternal Grandsire

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FRKG COUNTESS 13J dob: January 20, 2021

Sire: EC REBEL 156F

Dam: HCC0 COUNTESS 924G

PROFIT X DSFF COUNTESS 357D

MR CCF VISION X LIMESTONE BRYLEE 125B

value: $35,000 epd data

CED: 8.5

BW: 3.9

GPG BENEFIT 247H $9,000 grandson of 125B

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roi ranking: **** WW: 80.6

YW: 115.2

MILK: 20.2

API: 112.2

TI: 74.4

GPG BENEFIT 247H Member of the 2021 OKC Cattlemen’s Congress Grand Champion Pen of Three Bulls from the 125B cow family


• Here is a powerful, stout featured, cowy daughter of the $200,000 EC Rebel 156F that is from the HCC0 Countess 924G donor and is sired by the $100,000 MR CCF Vision. • HCC0 Countess 924G is a $40,000 daughter of Limestone Brylee 125B. • Limestone Brylee 125B is sired by the $100,000 WS Pilgrim H182U. • Limestone Brylee 125B is a proven and predictable half-blood SimAngus™ brood cow at Hartman Cattle Company that has produced four females to date that are working in seedstock programs across North America. • HCC0 Countess 490F is a full sister to HCC0 Countess 924G that is also owned by Freking Cattle Company. 490F produced GPG Benefit 247H, sired by the $350,000 SWSN Cash Flow 81E. Benefit was a member of the 2021 OK Cattlemen’s Congress Champion Pen of Three and sold for $9,000 to Dean Cattle Company. • HCC0 Countess 490E is another full sister that was purchased by TF Cattle for $15,000. She produced a heifer calf sired by the $435,000 Ruby’s Currency 7134E that is now owned by Kersten Cattle Company. • HCC0 Countess 490D is also a full sister to 924G that is owned by Prime 360 Beef and sold for $3,500. • True genetic consistency can be identified on both sides of this female’s pedigree. The dam of EC Rebel 156F has produced $405,000 to date, while the dam of 924G has yielded four natural heifer calves for an average of nearly $19,000 per head. • Cow family, eye appeal, structural integrity and longevity combined will result in a sound financial investment every time!

EC REBEL 156F $200,000 sire

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14 FRKG COUNTESS 14J

FRKG CKCC PLATINUM 009H ET $175,000 promotional sire out of a Profit daughter

dob: March 6, 2021 Sire: PROFIT

Dam: HCC0 COUNTESS 922G

WS PILGRIM H182U X WAGR PANARAMA 204Z

ACLL FORTUNE 393D X HCC0 COUNTESS 506A

value: $35,833 epd data

CED: 8.1

KTE FRKG RESET 825H ET $230,000 promotional sire out of a Profit daughter

PERFECT ANGEL 58H $110,000 Profit daughter

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BW: 3.3

roi ranking: **** WW: 74.5

YW: 104.8

MILK: 19.6

API: 116.3

TI: 73.0

EC REBEL 156F $200,000 son of Profit

RENEGADE $120,000 son of Profit


• The lone direct daughter of the $400,000 Profit sire that has left a lasting impact on the Simmental breed. As aforementioned, the Profit influence can be identified throughout the entire offering of females as he is the maternal grandsire of 10 heifers selling, the paternal grandsire of three, and a full brother to the dam of lots 1 and 2. Profit has over 1,700 registered progeny recorded with the American Simmental Association, ranking him among the most heavily utilized AI sires of the last decade. • The facts are simple. Profit does it all when it comes to siring herd bulls, brood cows, show ring champions, and sale toppers. o Freking Cattle & CK Cattle sold two bulls in the spring of 2021 that were both out of Profit daughters. $230,000 (Reset) and $175,000 (Platinum) o Profit sired the $110,000 high selling heifer in the 2020 HCC December Female Sale o 11 Profit daughters averaged $34,455 in the 2020 HCC December Female Sale o 28 paternal grandsons of Profit averaged $12,805 in the 2021 HCC Bull Sale o 16 Profit sons averaged $25,359 in the 2019 HCC Bull Sale o 16 Profit sons averaged $18,884 in the 2019 CK Cattle & Wager Cattle Sale o 5 Profit bred heifers averaged $12,500 in the 2019 CK Cattle & Wager Cattle Sale o 20 Profit sons averaged $14,060 in the 2018 HCC Bull Sale o 12 Profit heifers averaged $54,333 in the 2018 HCC December Female Sale o 9 Profit sons average $45,972 in the 2017 HCC Bull Sale o 14 Profit heifers averaged $36,946 in the 2017 HCC December Female Sale • HCC0 Countess 922G is sired by the $185,000 ACLL Fortune 393D, an own son of the $200,000 MR TR Hammer 308A ET that is backed by the $100,000 American Royal Champion, Firefly 311A. • 922G is from the influence of the $250,000 syndicated WAGR Driver 706T, a direct son of the multimillion dollar producing 3C Melody M668 BZ. • HCC0 Countess 506A is the maternal grandam of the heifer selling. 506A has produced three daughters that have sold for $40,000, $12,500, and $5,000. • HCC0 Countess 506D is a maternal sister to HCC0 Countess 922G. She currently is employed by Vogler Cattle Company and produced the VCL Miss 916G female that is a member of the Freking Cattle Company donor pen. Other daughters are now employed at Schram Cattle Co. in Nehawka, Nebraska. • HCC0 Countess 506E sold for $18,000 in 2017. • Invest in Profit sired females and prepare yourself for a big return!

MARI 785E Daughter of Profit and 2018-2019 Triple Crown winning Purebred Simmental Female

BAILEY’S PROFIT’S DREAMY $195,000 Profit daughter and 2018 AJSA National Classic Grand Champion

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FRKG COUNTESS 15J dob: February 4, 2021

Sire: MR CCF 20-20

Dam: HCC0 COUNTESS 174F

MR CCF VISION X HTP SVF DEW THE STROKE

WS PILGRIM H182U X BIZ COUNTESS 174Y

value: $29,166 epd data

CED: 11.3

BW: 2.6

roi ranking: *** WW: 79.9

YW: 112.3

MILK: 13.6

API: 122.2

TI: 75.9

• Genetic predictability and visual selection pressure are what the foundation of the Freking Cattle Company program is based upon. Here is a female that is another prime example of what happens when proven cow families are stacked on top of each other. • Sired by the $100,000 MR CCF 20-20 and supported by the maternal influence of HCC0 Countess 174F, this Purebred female has the credentials to follow in the footsteps of her ancestors that line her pedigree. • HCC0 Countess 174F is sired by the $100,000 WS Pilgrim H182U, the now deceased herd sire at Hartman Cattle Company who continues to make a substantial impact on the breed today.

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• HCC0 Countess 174F is backed by BIZ Countess 174Y, an own daughter of the $250,000 syndicated WAGR Driver 706T that was competitively shown by Cagney and Chesney Effling of Highmore, South Dakota. • HCC0 Countess 174F was selected by Freking Livestock for $25,000 and has become a role model matriarch in the donor pen. Most recently she produced a pair of ET heifer calves sired by the $185,000 ACLL Fortune 393D herd sire that sold in the 2020 Hartman Cattle Company Customer Appreciation Female Sale for $20,000 each. Rosebud 17H was purchased by Rust Mountain View Ranch and Magnolia 18H was purchased by Bruhn Cattle. • The dam of 174F, BIZ Countess 174Y is a tremendous half-blood SimAngus™ cow that also produced Winchester, the five-figure purchase of Al Swanson in 2015 and several other bulls that were purchased by commercial cattlemen for $5,000-$6,000 each. 174F produced a bull calf sired by SWSN Cash Flow 81E that sold for $4,500 to Joe Morgan in 2021. • Here is a tremendous investment opportunity to acquire a maternal sister to two of the most popular brood cow prospects to sell in the 2020 HCC Customer Appreciation Female Sale.

MR CCF 20-20 $100,000 sire

WS PILGRIM H182U $100,000 maternal grandsire

ROSEBUD 17H $20,000 daughter of HCC0 Countess 174F

MAGNOLIA 18H $20,000 daughter of HCC0 Countess 174F

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