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Full sibling embryos to the 2013 National Western Grand Champion Bull – Sankeys Justified 101 www.sankeys6nranch.com

1 Erica 525 Embryos

#Exar Lutton 1831 [DDF] Sankeys Lazer 609 of 6N 15439172 Roth Eldorene 1195 DAJS All Star M243 Sankeys Erica 525 15269991 EXAR Erica 6338 CED

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.51 +2.6 .27 +2.9

#+Northern Improvement 4480 GF [DDF] Exar Saras Dream 9809 +OSUDF Hyline Excel 4123 VDAR Eldorene 3152 #Famous 7001 DAJS Lauren K024 #+Rito 9FB3 of 5H11 Fullback #Summitcrest Erica JJ R121

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.78 +75 .42 +35

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.68 +124 .30 +65

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.53 +24 .26 +28

SANKEYS JUSTIFIED 101 2013 National Western Grand Champion Angus Bull

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+48 +.16 -.14 -.037 +9 -.21 +.11 -.015 +36.33 +63.38 +11.08 +70.36 +23.69 +11.06 +.73 +18.25

• Offering three embryos donated by Sankey’s 6N Ranch, Council Grove, KS All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

SANKEYS LAZER 609 OF 6N Sire of Lot 1

The first opportunity to acquire full sib genetics to the reigning ROV Angus Show Bull of the Year!


Embryos sired by Dameron First Class – semen is not attainable on the open market!

www.dameronangus.com

2 Alexis Lady 118 Embryos

EXG RS First Rate S903 R3 Dameron First Class 16175085 Dameron Northern Miss 3114 #Larks Canyon 74D4 [DDF] DD Alexis Lady 118 13978153 #Larks MS SCTCH Cap 311 951B2 CED

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.53 +4.0 .30 +2.8

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+20

+.16

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.78 +61 .48 +42

#Exar Lutton 1831 [DDF] Rafter S Blackcap P909 +Dameron PVF Raptor 702 [DDF] #+Dameron Miss 550 #N Bar Emulation EXT [DDF] Larks Miss Bando 74A #Tehama Scotch Cap 311 #Larks Challenge Miss 951X YW

.68 +96 .36 +81

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.55 +27 .31 +17 D-RE

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DAMERON FIRST CLASS Triple Crown Champion Sire of Lot 2

.24 .33

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+.035 D-$B

+31.46 +34.76 +17.50 +49.88 +22.03 +25.80 -4.71 +39.13

• Offering three embryos donated by Dameron Angus, Lexington, IL All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

LARKS CANYON 74D4 Maternal grandsire of Lot 2

“We have several calves on the ground from this mating and they’re all very good.” – Gary Dameron


www.expressranches.com

Sired by the record-selling lead bull of the 2013 National Western Grand Champion Pen of Bulls

3 Forever Lady 1952 Embryos

EXAR Upshot 0562B [DDF] EXAR Denver 2002B [DDF] 17160560 +Exar Royal Lass 1067 [DDF] Connealy Consensus 7229 [DDF] EXAR Forever Lady 1952 +16915226 +SydGen Forever Lady 8460 S +14 D I+5

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.36 +1.1 .05 I+1.9

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.43 +74 .05 I+58

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#Sitz Upward 307R [DDF] #+EXAR Barbara T020 [DDF] #EXAR 263C [DDF] BR Royal Lass 19-132 Connealy Consensus [DDF] Blue Lilly of Conanga 16 #GAR Retail Product [DDF] SydGen Forever Lady 4556

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+.89 +.033

.33 +131 .05 I+100 D-CWT

I+38 D-$W

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.35 +34 .05 I+25

I+.58 D-$F

EXAR DENVER 2002B Sire of Lot 3 .17 .05

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I+.58 I-.006

+42.52 +73.43 +39.96 +106.94 +39.07 +41.03 +35.87 +86.28

• Offering three embryos donated by Express Ranches, Yukon, OK All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

CONNEALY CONSENSUS 7229 Maternal grandsire of Lot 3

One-third interest in EXAR Denver sold for $340,000 – a record price for a yearling Angus bull


EXAR DENVER 2002B Sire of Lot 4

www.pvfangus.com

4 Empress 8106 Embryos

EXAR Upshot 0562B [DDF] EXAR Denver 2002B [DDF] 17160560 +Exar Royal Lass 1067 [DDF] #SS Objective T510 0T26 [DDF] OSU Empress 8106 +16049437 +OSU Empress 5179 CED

S +14 D+11

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.36 +1.1 .30 +1.3

#Sitz Upward 307R [DDF] #+EXAR Barbara T020 [DDF] #EXAR 263C [DDF] BR Royal Lass 19-132

#SS Traveler 6807 T510 [DDF] SS Miss Rita R011 7R8 #N Bar Emulation EXT [DDF] +OSU Empress 6188 WW

.43 +74 .33 +58

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.33 +131 .28 +98

OSU EMPRESS 8106 Dam of Lot 4

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.35 +34 .29 +27

.17 .30

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+63 +.95 +.89 +.033 +24 +.44 +.41 -.023 +42.52 +73.43 +39.96 +106.94 +35.87 +38.58 +33.35 +70.39

• Offering three embryos donated by Prairie View Farms, Gridley, IL All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

SS OBJECTIVE T510 0T26 Maternal grandsire of Lot 4

The record-selling lead bull Denver mated to a direct descendant of the family which has made a significant impact at Oklahoma State for many years


www.boydbeef.com EXAR DENVER 2002B Sire of Lot 5

5 Pure Pride T152 Embryos

EXAR Upshot 0562B [DDF] EXAR Denver 2002B [DDF] 17160560 +Exar Royal Lass 1067 [DDF] +BC Lookout 7024 [DDF] Limestone Pure Pride T152 +15696642 CAF Pure Pride Ext 99 CED

S +14 D +7

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.36 +1.1 .35 +2.4

#Sitz Upward 307R [DDF] #+EXAR Barbara T020 [DDF] #EXAR 263C [DDF] BR Royal Lass 19-132 OCC Legend 616L [DDF] Gibbet Hill Mignonne E37 #N Bar Emulation EXT [DDF] Gibbet Hill Pure Pride CF 90

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.43 +74 .38 +56

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.33 +131 .33 +97

LIMESTONE PURE PRIDE T152 Dam of Lot 5 MILK

.35 +34 .32 +25

.17 .32

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+63 +.95 +.89 +.033 +37 +.37 +.55 +0

+42.52 +73.43 +39.96 +106.94 +31.92 +38.31 +27.72 +77.24

• Offering three embryos donated by Boyd Beef Cattle, Mays Lick, KY All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

BC MATRIX 4132 Maternal brother to dam of Lot 5

The record-selling lead bull EXAR Denver mated to the maternal sister of BC Matrix


www.camranches.com

www.gardinerangus.com

6 Prophet A027 Embryos

Summitcrest Complete 1P55 [DDF-RDF] GAR Fruition [DDF] +17123488 GAR 5050 New Design A84 +GAR Prophet [DDF] GAR Prophet A027 [DDF] +16762812 #GAR 1407 New Design 3064 CED

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.34 +2.1 .32 +1.0

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.47 +68 .43 +68

#CF Right Design 1802 [DDC] Summitcrest Elba 1M17 #+GAR New Design 5050 [DDC] GAR Objective A655 [DDF] #CRA Bextor 872 5205 608 [DDF] +GAR Objective 1885 #Bon View New Design 1407 [DDC] +GAR Precision 2042 YW

.35 +117 .33 +117

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.37 +42 .35 +37

GAR PROPHET A027 Dam of Lot 6

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+41 +.89 +1.47 +.005 +26 +1.25 +.60 +.029 +45.17 +57.70 +51.97 +105.79 +43.08 +57.70 +48.79 +89.57

• Offering three embryos donated by CAM Ranches, Arnoldsville, GA and Gardiner Angus Ranch, Ashland, KS All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

GAR FRUITION – Sire of Lot 6 $75,000 Gardiner Angus high-seller

The $75,000 GAR high-seller mated to a daughter of the hottest bull at Select Sires. Descending from the famous GAR Ext 2008 owned by Christy Collins, A027’s full brothers sold for $15,500 and $11,000.


A mating of Schaff’s 2009 top-selling sire to a direct descendant of the renowned matriarch of the SAV Elba family – SAV Elba 7099.

www.championhillangus.com

7 Elba 5677 Embryos

+SAV Mandan 5664 [DDF] SAV Brave 8320 [DDF] 16107533 #+SAV May 2397 #SAV 8180 Traveler 004 [DDF-RDF] Champion Hill Elba 5677 +15564209 +Champion Hill Elba 3537 CED

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.51 +4.2 .28 +3.8

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.81 +58 .39 +55

#SAV 8180 Traveler 004 [DDF-RDF] SAV Abigale 0451 #+SAF 598 Bando 5175 [DDF] SAV May 7238 #Sitz Traveler 8180 [DDF] +Boyd Forever Lady 8003 #+SAF 598 Bando 5175 [DDF] SAV Elba 7099 YW

.72 +105 .31 +101

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.51 +35 .29 +35

SAV ELBA 7099 Foundation Elba in the SAV breeding program

.29 .29

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The maternal granddam of Lot 7 is a full sister to breed legend SAV Elba 1094.

+49 +.40 +.73 +.059 +45 +.19 +.12 +.020 +28.54 +47.25 +21.52 +79.69 +26.91 +43.70 +9.67 +65.45

• Offering three embryos donated by Champion Hill, Bidwell, OH All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

SAV BRAVE 8320 – Sire of Lot 7

Brave’s flawless structure and tremendous muscle expression have made a consistent impact on his offspring.


MSU BR HALLMARK 25H Sire of Lot 8

www.lowderman.com

8 Merry 24K Embryos

REMITALL KEYNOTE 20X MSU BR HALLMARK 25H P41027600 BR L1 DOMINETTE 8077

REMITALL TEAMSTER 9T REMITALL PATRICIA 99P LE GRAND DOMINO 7184 BR L1 DOMINETTE 9029

MSU STAR DR HEADMASTER MSU BR MERRY 24K P42051910 MSU MERRY 15G ET

FELTONS 517 WNH MS OPTIMA 9401 BIG T 75A MERIDIAN D61 {SOD} BR MS SUMMIT 9146

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.41 +2.3 .20 +3.8

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.80 +42 .52 +46

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.72 +64 .44 +80

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.66 +20 .41 +23

LCC MERRY TIME 244 Full sister to Lot 8 embryos .63 .43

• Offering three embryos donated by Lowderman Cattle Co., Macomb, IL All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

MSU BR MERRY 24K Dam of Lot 8

We felt it is only fitting to offer a genetic package that stems from the MSU program. The results of this mating are full sibs to our cornerstone donor 244 who has produced over $350K in progeny sales. The groundwork has already been laid for the new owner – a great genetic opportunity!


www.boydbeef.com

9 Brook 6004 Embryos

SHF RIB EYE M326 R117 BOYD MASTERPIECE 0220 {DLF,HYF,IEF} P43145081 SSF P606 MS VICTOR 803

KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 HVH MISS HUDSON 83K 8M PW VICTOR BOOMER P606 MPH LADY COON EYES C330

FELTONS LEGEND 242 JJD BROOK 6004 {DLF,HYF,IEF} P42700407 JJD BROOK 4029

FELTONS DOMINO 774 FELTONS G15 SOMERSET VICTOR 2105 313 JJD 500 MISS BOOMER 713 201

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.34 +1.3 .18 -1.5

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.61 +50 .44 +44

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.40 +78 .35 +70

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.40 +35 .35 +24

.24 .30

• Offering three embryos donated by Boyd Beef Cattle, Mays Lick, KY All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

BOYD MASTERPIECE 0220 Sire of Lot 9

Boyd Masterpiece 0220 is rapidly becoming one of the most widely used sires in the industry. Sound and easy fleshing, he adds eye appeal and style, moderates birth weight and incorporates dimension and muscle into his offspring.


scott@mcdonaldplumbing.com

An opportunity to acquire the genetic potential of the 2013 Denver National Grand Champion Bull mated to an impressive MSU-bred female.

10 Rachael 38X Embryos SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET {DLF,HYF,IEF P43214853 NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S

KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 SHF GOVERNESS 236G L37 PW VICTOR BOOMER P606 NJW 94J DEW 72N

NJW FHF 9710 TANK 45P MSU RACHAEL 38X ET P43108348 MSU TCF RACHAEL ET 54N

FHF 8403 STARBUCK 19H GV 579 VICTORIA 9710 REMITALL ONLINE 122L HH MISS ADV 786G 1ET

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.19 +2.1 .23 +4.9

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.60 +48 .30 +60

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.31 +91 .28 +101

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.32 +26 .28 +38

MSU RACHAEL 38X Dam of Lot 10

MSU Rachael 38X ET is a daughter of Tank out of the dam of MSU TCF Revolution 4R.

.14 .24

• Offering three embryos donated by Ye Old McDonald Farm, Grand Rapids, MI All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y Sire of Lot 10

She sold for $11,500 in the MSU Legacy Sale where her daughter sold for $10,000.


www.cottonwoodspringsfarm.com

The sire of Lot 11 is a heavy muscled, high growth herd sire for Hoffman Herefords, Churchill Cattle Co. and Ward Ranch. He ranks in the top 1% of the breed for WW, YW & REA EPDs.

11 Dominet 8P Embryos GOLDEN-OAK FUSION 3S GOLDEN OAK OUTCROSS 18U {CHB}{DLF,HYF,IEF} P42963135 GOLDEN-OAK 60D MALLORY 15M

GOLDEN-OAK 4J MAXIUM 28M NCX MISS JR NELLIE 528N RU DUSTER 60D GOLDEN-OAK P183 GLORIA 25G

REMITALL ONLINE 122L MSU TCF DOMINET 8P {DLF,HYF,IEF} P42487718 CL 1 DOMINET 496 1ET

REMITALL EMBRACER 8E REMITALL CATALINA 24H CL 1 DOMINO 386 L1 DOMINETTE 850413

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.40 +7.0 .28 +2.0

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.82 +81 .49 +43

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.73 +134 .43 +77

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.72 +25 .42 +25

.35 .34

• Offering three embryos donated by Cottonwood Springs Farm, Cedar, MI All embryo lots have been donated to this fundraiser by established, reputable breeders, were created and maintained according to industry protocols and standards, and are believed to be viable. Since this is a benefit auction and these are donated lots, the embryos are offered “as is, where is” and no further guarantee as to a resulting pregnancy is expressed or implied by the online auction company, fundraising committee, or the breeders who have donated the embryos. The buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping of the embryos.

GOLDEN OAK OUTCROSS Sire of Lot 11

MSU TCF DOMINET 8P Dam of Lot 11 The dam of Lot 11 is one of the top Online daughters produced in the MSU herd. She sold for $11,500 in the 2007 Fallfest Sale and has been a top donor for Cottonwood Springs Farm and Star Lake Cattle Co. Her first son, MSU TCF Saginaw 5S, sold in the Mile High Night Sale to Dale Spencer in Nebraska.


12 Historic Michigan State University Angus Photo Collage

• Donated by Lakeside Farm, Carla and Sue McLachlan, Evart, MI • Overall Frame size – 28” x 11” • All three are copies of original prints taken by J.F. Abernathy and are part of a collection of photos in the MSU Department of Animal Science. The Angus were owned by MSU and the photos were taken 1953. • Left photo: College Bardolier, Registration # 1707464 lakesideshorthorns@yahoo.com • Center photo: First place Get of Sire for Black Bardolier of White Gates 3rd at the 1953 Michigan State Fair. • Right photo: O Bardoliermere 32nd, Registration # 1571089. He was bred by Ohio State University and owned by MSU, along with A. L. Hamilton, Knobby Hills Farm and Washore Angus Farms. Named Junior Champion Angus Bull at the 1953 Michigan State Fair.


13 Historic Michigan State University Shorthorn Photo Collage • Donated by Lakeside Farm, Carla and Sue McLachlan, Evart, MI • Overall Frame size – 13” x 27” • All four are copies of original prints taken by J.F. Abernathy and are part of a collection of photos lakesideshorthorns@yahoo.com in the MSU Department of Animal Science. • Top photo: Downsview Lucy, owned by MSU, Champion Two-year-old at the 1950 Michigan State Fair • 2nd from top: Georgian Augusta 12th, owned by MSU, Grand Champion Shorthorn Female at the 1949 Michigan State Fair • 3rd from top: LM Max Senator 2nd (photo was not dated) • Bottom photo: College Mercury, sired by ED Stellar Mercury, Junior Yearling Champion Shorthorn bull at the 1950 Michigan State Fair


14 Contemporary Michigan State University Hereford Photo Collage • Donated by MSU Department of Animal Science • Overall Frame size – 19 ½ x 19 1/2 • Four notable Grand Champion Hereford Bulls with MSU ties in the early 1990s: Top left: Lansing – Grand Champion Bull, 1990 North American International Livestock Exposition Top right: BB MSU 15S Wisdom – Grand Champion Bull, 68th National Polled Hereford Show, Dixie National Bottom left: ACE SS Entertainer 116Z – Grand Champion Bull, 1991 International Polled Hereford Breeders’ Futurity Bottom right: Boyd Pinnacle 34Z – Grand Champion Bull, 1992 National Western Stock Show


15 Contemporary Michigan State University Hereford Photo Collage • Donated by MSU Department of Animal Science • Overall Frame size – 19 ½ x 19 1/2 Four Grand Champion Hereford Females bred by MSU: Top left: MSU Miss Magnum 760 – Grand Champion Heifer, 1979 National Polled Hereford Show Top right: MSU Victoria 9F – Grand Champion Heifer, 1998 National Polled Hereford Show Bottom left: MSU Miss Keynote 6J – Grand Champion Cow/Calf Pair, 2003 National Polled Hereford Show Bottom right: MSU BR Markette 55N – Grand Champion Heifer, 2005 National Polled Hereford Show


16 Michigan State University Beef Program Leaders Portrait • Donated by MSU Department of Animal Science • Overall Frame size – 12 x 15 • Pencil drawing by K.S. King illustrating an Angus Journal feature article on the MSU Angus breeding program in the early 1980s: Lower left: Dr. Ron Nelson, MSU Professor of Animal Science Top left: Dr. Harlan Ritchie, MSU Professor of Animal Science Top right: Dr. Dave Hawkins, MSU Professor of Animal Science Bottom right: Pete Sweeney, MSU Beef Center Manager


17 “Angus Legends” Special Edition Two Book Set • Donated by Tom Burke, American Angus Hall of Fame (Lot 17 - #1 of 2 sets donated) • Largest and most complete compilation of Angus bulls, cows and history ever • Special edition set of the all-new Volumes I and II totals 1,504 pages • 1,200 sire and dam lineages, 1,125 photos, 1,000 featured and highlighted 600 three generation pedigrees, 2,235 major champions from 10 prestigious shows, the paternal lineage tree of more than 4,500 bulls of all eras, details on more than 900 cow families including the first-ever family naming index, more than 1,400 sires with 100 plus producing daughters, 37 years of the breed’s top ten sires for annual registrations, 5,445 referenced breeders and much, much more including Angus history, facts and statistics spanning three centuries from around the world.

#1 of two sets donated!


18 “Angus Legends” Special Edition Two Book Set • Donated by Tom Burke, American Angus Hall of Fame (Lot 18 - #2 of 2 sets donated) • Largest and most complete compilation of Angus bulls, cows and history ever • Special edition set of the all-new Volumes I and II totals 1,504 pages • 1,200 sire and dam lineages, 1,125 photos, 1,000 featured and highlighted 600 three generation pedigrees, 2,235 major champions from 10 prestigious shows, the paternal lineage tree of more than 4,500 bulls of all eras, details on more than 900 cow families including the first-ever family naming index, more than 1,400 sires with 100 plus producing daughters, 37 years of the breed’s top ten sires for annual registrations, 5,445 referenced breeders and much, much more including Angus history, facts and statistics spanning three centuries from around the world.

#2 of two sets donated!


19 Angus Journal Full Page, 4-Color Advertisement • Donated by Angus Journal • Angus Productions, Inc.’s flagship publication, the Angus Journal, boasts a circulation of more than 14,000 subscribers. • It is the official publication of the American Angus Association and the major source of communication between Angus breeders and their Association. • Articles and columns provide comprehensive coverage of beef industry news and information. • Advertising messages are studied by readers actively seeking information to make buying decisions.

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20 Hereford World Full Page, 4-Color Advertisement • Donated by Hereford World • Published for progressive, profit-minded Hereford breeders and commercial cattlemen who make their living in the beef industry, the Hereford World magazine includes timely articles and editorial columns that provide readers information to help them make sound management and marketing decisions. • From basic how-to articles to in-depth reports on cutting-edge technologies, the Hereford World offers its readers a solid package of beef industry information. • After the merger of the AHA and APHA, the official magazine of the Association became Hereford World enjoyed 11 times a year, with seven glossy issues mailed to nearly 5,600 subscribers. • A tabloid-type issue is produced four times — January, February, August and October— and mailed to an additional 20,000 commercial cattlemen.


21 Website Design Package

• Donated by Rebecca Van Den Berg Web Services, LLC (www.rebeccavandenberg.com) • Located in Hudsonville, Michigan, RVWS is a faith-based business that began in 1999. • Shortly after graduating from Michigan State University, Rebecca began building her business. Over the last decade she has expanded her graphic design skills, and began offering websites services in 2001. Her first website clients were primarily in the livestock industry and included many Angus breeders. • Today RVWS serves customers in many sectors, including non-profit groups and local West Michigan businesses. Website Design Package Offer: • RVWS will create a customized, mobile-friendly website with your logo, choice of colors, photos and text. Site can include up to 5 pages. • Package offer applies to the design of a new website or can be applied to re-designing an existing site. • Domain name and hosting fees will be charged at standard rates.

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22 Advertising Design Package

• Donated by McMahon French Promotional Strategies, located in Beaverton, Michigan. Julie McMahon French’s cattle background began in the Angus breed. She holds a B.S. degree in Animal Science/Livestock Merchandising from Oklahoma State University, and is an alumna of Texas A&M’s Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership. • In 2001, Julie moved her business from Fort Worth, Texas to Beaverton, Michigan when she married Steve French. The couple raise purebred Shorthorn and Angus cattle at Little Cedar Cattle Co. where, for the last twelve years, they have hosted and managed “The Great Shorthorn Revival,” the highest-grossing Shorthorn consignment sale in the nation. • A confident concept developer, copywriter and designer, Julie has developed and implemented promotional strategies for purebred livestock, performance horses and agriculture for more than 25 years for notable Angus clients that include her family’s Belle Point Ranch, Whitestone Farm, Summitcrest Angus, Circle A Ranch, and Cherry Knoll Farm, as well as equine clients 6666 Ranch and Windward Stud. • Julie was a regular guest lecturer for Dr. Hawkins’ MSU Livestock Merchandising course. She developed strategy for this benefit auction and designed the advertising and catalog. Advertising Design Package Offer: • Development of concept, copy, design and placement of up to 4 pages of print advertising to be published from December 2013 through December 2014. • Package will include telephone consultations to develop original ideas and strategies to promote the buyer’s choice of a herd sire, a production sale and/or institutional advertising and branding of a breeding program.

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