Sunflower Supreme Elite Heifer Sale

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INAUGUL BRED HEIFER SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 6PM PARSONS LIVESTOCK MARKET PARSONS, KS FEATURING 14 consignors with 434 bred heifers Angus, Balancer, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin, Saler Blacks, Reds, Black Baldies, Smokies Semi-loads of heifers offered

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  • INAUGURAL BRED HEIFER SALE

    FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 6PMPARSONS LIVESTOCK MARKET

    PARSONS, KS

    FEATURING14 consignors with 434 bred heifers

    Angus, Balancer, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin, SalerBlacks, Reds, Black Baldies, Smokies

    Semi-loads of heifers offered

  • FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14, 2014 6PM CST HELD AT PARSONS LIVESTOCK MARKET

    25012 N. HWY 59, PARSONS, KS

    SALE DAY PHONESMark McKee, Owner, Parsons Livestock Market (620) 421-2900Brad Fahrmeier, LiveAuctions.tv (816) 392-9247Jaymelynn Farney, Sunflower Supreme contact (620) 421-4826 ext. 17

    RINGMEN Jeff Mafi, American Angus Association Stephen Russell, Kansas Beef Council

    INTERNET BIDDING PROVIDED BY

    Online bidding options avaliable from LiveAuctions.TV. Prior to sale, Signup is required on LiveAuctions.TV to participate in bidding at sale time.

    GENERAL SALE INFORMATIONAll heifers will be in place by 3 PM and buyers have the option of viewing the heifers from then until 5:45 PM.

    Consignor information is provided with heifers in this catalog and any specific questions about the heifers or management contact the consignor.

    Heifers were assigned a disposition score by K-State Research and Extension agents and these are listed with heifer in each sale lot.

    All information is true to the best of our knowledge and Sunflower Supreme certification occurred once all requirements were met. More information about requirements can be found at www.sunflowersupreme.org.

    All heifers that are consigned to this sale have met strict guidelines in regards to health and reproductive care. All heifers come with documents supporting their management and have been 3rd party verified by K-State Research and Extension personnel. An overview of minimal requirements that all heifers have met are described below:

    HEALTH- BVD-PI negative test- Bangs vaccination- Weaning and booster vaccination against IBR, BVD (Type I and II), PI-3, BRSV, Leptospirosis, and Vibriosis- Pre-breeding vaccination against BVD, IBR, Leptospirosis, and Vibriosis- Pregnancy exam vaccination against LeptospirosisAll heifers were treated for internal and external parasites 30 to 45 days prior to sale

    PRE-BREEDING EXAMHeifers were checked by veterinarians to determine normal pelvic shape and reproductive tract and that heifers had a minimum of 130 cm sq pelvic area.Heifers were confirmed pregnant 30-45 days prior to sale.

    SIRE USAGE AND BREEDINGAll sires used to breed Sunflower Supreme heifers are registered with a known breed association and were approved prior to use based on criteria described online and with educational packets. To summarize, for each breed classification minimal cutoff values for the Calving Ease EPD were determined based on percentile ranks within each respective breed association. If that breed does not have a Calving Ease EPD then Birth Weight EPD was used and a maximum value was determined, once again by percentile ranks.

    Active Sire Percentile Rank RequirementsAmerican: Upper 20%

    British: Upper 30%Continental: Upper 15%

    Hybrid: Upper 20%

    All heifers bred by AI have a minimum accuracy of 0.60 for Calving Ease or Birth Weight EPD. All sires, AI or natural service, must have met EPD requirements prior to use on heifers. Maximal breeding season is 60 days, with the requirement that the AI confirmed heifers must have a 14-day gap between AI date and beginning natural service date.

    LIABILITYAll persons who attend this sale do so at their own risk, legal or otherwise, for their own safety or for the behavior of the animals. The owners, sale barn owners and staff, sale managers or partners, etc. assume no liability for property loss or any accident that may occur.

    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATIONA supplement sheet will be available sale day with any changes or updated information. Announcements from the auction block regarding the cattle selling in this sale take precedence over information listed in this catalog.

    FOLLOW UPA survey will be sent to buyers within the year to capture heifer performance information. The survey will help in developing future direction and guideline requirements for the program in order to continually improve the product.

    BECAUSE EVERY BID COUNTS

    WELCOME

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  • The Sunflower Supreme Replacement Heifer Program is a joint effort between K-State Research and Extension

    and the Kansas Department of Agriculture to provide research-based best management protocols for beef cattle producers.

    This program is for Kansas producers who want to improve their management techniques and marketability of heifers.

    WELCOME

    CONSIGNORS AND LOT INFORMATION

    Phillip Clubine Har-Phil Farms Havana 620-332-3862 901-903

    Greg Carver Carver Cattle & Feed Winfield 620-221-9550 1001,1002

    Jim & Donna Bates Galesburg 620-763-2248 1101-1106

    Jerry (Cliff) Hope J&C Hope Farm Altamont 620-784-5426 1201-1204

    Joe Hoagland J&N Ranch Leavenworth 913-727-6446 1301-1313

    Greg Peck Peck Brothers Cattle Co. Erie 620-605-8567 1401-1416

    Larry Smith Kanhoma Gelbvieh Coffeyville 620-251-0080 101-106

    PRODUCER OPERATION CITY PHONE LOTS

    Walt & Jackie Rolf Rolf Limousin LeRoy 620-364-6567 201-203

    Mark Neely Chanute 620-432-4413 301, 302

    Brian Mooray The Beyer Ranch Gridley 620-836-5080 401, 402

    Clint Eastwood 3 Sons Cattle Centerville 913-424-7767 501, 502

    Jim & Kim Wineland Southwind Ranch Toronto 913-219-2330 601, 602

    Jeff & Tonya Fowler Chanute 620-433-0405 701-707

    Dr. Don Coover CVR Cattle Company Galesburg 620-423-9584 801-821

    WELCOME

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    Greetings,

    Thank you for your interest in the inaugural Sunflower Supreme Bred Heifer sale. The Kansas Department of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension are proud to partner together in this important endeavor. We appreciate the opportunity to work with Kansas cattlemen to improve the genetics of their herds.

    The idea for this elite female sale began several years ago on the Kansas Farm Bureaus Governors Tour through southeast Kansas. It was noted that there was a real need for more economic activity in the area. Through discussions, this partnership of KDA and KSRE was encouraged by Gov. Brownback. This sale today is one example of how, by working together, we can improve and expand on existing agricultural businesses of the region.

    The beef industry in Kansas is critical to our states overall economy, contributing more than $10.2 billion dollars each year and supporting over 35,000 jobs.

    Together we stand ready to provide support for continued growth of this industry.

    Kansas beef cattle producers are recognized around the globe for their outstanding livestock genetics and the top-quality beef produced here in the Sunflower State. We wish you well in your endeavors and looking forward to serving the needs of Kansans for years to come.

    Sincerely,

    Jackie McClaskey Daryl Buchholz Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Associate Director, K-State Research and Extension

  • KANHOMA GELBVIEH COFFEYVILLE

    101 3223, 3226, 3232, 3242Kanhoma In Focus Z002 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.0 64 94 29 0.23 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3223 2/19/15 1

    3226 2/19/15 1

    3232 2/19/15 1

    3242 2/19/15 1

    KANHOMA GELBVIEH COFFEYVILLE

    Half sibs time AIed to a Balancer. The heifers in Lots 101-104 are sired by the same bull. Lots 101 and 102 were synchronized to Kanhoma In Focus Z002 to salve in early February. Z002 is owned by Kanhoma and for Lots 101 and 102, he was collected and used as an AI sire to synch the heifers.

    GELBVIEH

    102 3225, 3227, 3230Kanhoma In Focus Z002 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.0 64 94 29 0.23 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3225 2/19/15 1

    3227 2/19/15 1

    3230 2/19/15 1

    Lot 102 offers 3 more bred heifers of the same pedigree and sire selection as Lot 101 with calving date of 2/19/15.

    GELBVIEH

    Half sibs time AIed to a Balancer. The heifers in Lot 103 and 104 are half sibs to the heifers in Lots 101 and 102. Lots 103 and 104 are bred to the same sire as Lots 101 and 102, yet bred via natural service. The heifers were identified to calve in the first two weeks of March. Heifers in Lot 104 are estimated to calve in the second half of March.

    103 3239, 3231, 3240Kanhoma In Focus Z002 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.0 64 94 29 0.23 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3239 3/12/15 1

    3231 3/14/15 1

    3240 3/15/15 1

    GELBVIEH

    104 3221, 3228, 3233Kanhoma In Focus Z002 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.0 64 94 29 0.23 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3221 3/23/15 1

    3228 3/30/15 1

    3233 3/17/15 1

    Half sibs time AIed to a Balancer. The heifers in Lot 103 and 104 are half sibs to the heifers in Lots 101 and 102. Lots 103 and 104 are bred to the same sire as Lots 101 and 102 via natural service. Heifers are estimated to calve in the second half of March.

    GELBVIEH

    106 3234, 3236, 3238, 3241Kanhoma In Focus Z200 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    17 -3.1 57 84 28 0.22 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3234 3/17/15 1 NS Bred

    3236 3/18/15 1 NS Bred

    3238 3/3/15 1 NS Bred

    3241 3/17/15 1 NS Bred

    Kanhoma In Focus was used as the natural service sire for Lot 106 All heifers in Lot 106 are estimated to calve in the first two weeks of March.

    GELBVIEH

    105 3222, 3229, 3235, 3237Kanhoma In Focus Z200 (Balancer)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    17 -3.1 57 84 28 0.22 0.38

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3222 2/19/15 1 Al Bred

    3229 2/10/15 1 Al Bred

    3235 2/19/15 1 Al Bred

    3237 2/1/15 2 Al Bred

    Lots 105 and 106 are bred to the same bull, Kanhoma In Focus Z200. Heifers were synchronized to calve in early February.

    GELBVIEH

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  • ROLF LIMOUSIN LEROY

    201 3002, 3006, 3007The pedigrees of theses heifers carry genetics from some of the outstanding trait leaders in the Limousin breed. Not only do these heifers have the genetic potential for outstanding performance and carcass traits, they rate high on docility. Safe-in-calf to a proven calving ease Angus bull, these heifers have the potential to be a positive addition to any herd or program. All progeny will be black and polled.

    LIMOUSIN

    BPF Special Focus 504 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    17 -0.12 54 96 29 0.44 0.71

    0.85 0.93 0.89 0.86 0.70 0.63 0.64

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3002 2/9/15 1 Al Bred-Angus

    3006 2/9/15 1 Al Bred-Angus

    3007 2/9/15 1 Al Bred-Angus

    3006, LFRO 325A

    203 3001, 3004, 3009These red heifers are moderate in frame, muscle, high docility, and have calving ease sires or grandsires in their pedigrees. 3001 is safe-in-calf to our Limflex herdsire, (39% Limousin/61%Angus). This sires calves should calve easy in mid-March and will be polled and black. 3004 and 3009 are safe-in-calf to BPF Special Focus 504; the calves are due in early February and will be black and polled.

    ENGD 3014A (Limflex)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 -1.6 57 109 38 0.30 0.20

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3001 3/21/15 1 Limflex bred

    3004 2/19/15 1 Al Bred-Angus

    3009 2/19/15 1 Al Bred-Angus

    BPF Special Focus 504 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    17 -0.12 54 96 29 0.44 0.71

    0.85 0.93 0.89 0.86 0.70 0.63 0.64

    LIMOUSIN

    ROLF LIMOUSIN LEROY

    3009, LFRO 309A202 3003, 3005, 30083003 and 3005 are bred to our Limflex herdsire (39% Limousin/61% Angus). These heifers should be ultra-calving ease. This lot contains two of the heaviest muscled heifers in our consignment. All safe-in-calf and due in mid to late February 2015. 3008 is our Limflex (50% Limousin/Angus) heifer consignment and should be representative of the offspring from the Rolf Limousin consignments. All progeny will be black and polled.

    ENGD 3014A (Limflex)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 -1.6 57 109 38 0.30 0.20

    0.29 0.31 0.24 0.24 0.23 0.16 0.16

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3003 2/29/15 1 NS Bred-Limflex

    3005 2/29/15 2 NS Bred-Limflex

    3008 2/16/15 2 NS Bred-Limflex

    LIMOUSIN

    3003, LFRO 301A

    BPF Special Focus 504

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  • THE BEYER RANCH GRIDLEY

    401 3011, 3012, 3015, 3020, 3023The heifers in this lot were pasture exposed to either May-Way Breakout 276 or Hinksons Bob 11 133 from 5/15/14 to 7/14/14. These heifers ran on native Flint Hills grass the entire breeding season and are still on pasture. These heifers are in great condition with very little additional supplement being offered (red clover hay and distillers). With a grass base for development these heifers should transition to anyones operation with ease. All heifers in this lot are estimated to calve in March.

    Hinksons Bob 11 133 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 -1.6 41 69 21 0.45 0.20

    0.36 0.45 0.33 0.24 0.12 0.20 0.19

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3011 3/20/15 2 Breakout preg

    3012 3/20/15 2 Breakout preg

    3015 3/7/15 2 Breakout preg

    3020 3/7/15 2 Hinksons preg

    3023 3/7/15 2 Hinksons preg

    May-Way Breakout 276 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 1.1 55 102 25 - -

    0.23 0.33 0.22 0.22 0.12 - -

    BLACK

    402 3010, 3013, 3022, 3024, 3026The heifers in this lot were pasture exposed to either May-Way Breakout 276 or Hinksons Bob 11 133 from 5/15/14 to 7/14/14. These heifers ran on native Flint Hills grass the entire breeding season and are still on pasture. These heifers are in great condition with very little additional supplement being offered (red clover hay and distillers). Witch a grass base for development these heifers should transition to anyones operation with ease. All heifers in this lot are estimated to calve in April.

    Hinksons Bob 11 133 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 -1.6 41 69 21 0.45 0.20

    0.36 0.45 0.33 0.24 0.12 0.20 0.19

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3010 4/6/15 2 Breakout preg

    3013 4/19/15 2 Breakout preg

    3022 4/6/15 2 Hinksons preg

    3024 4/19/15 2 Hinksons preg

    3026 4/6/15 2 Hinksons preg

    May-Way Breakout 276 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 1.1 55 102 25 - -

    0.23 0.33 0.22 0.22 0.12 - -

    BLACK

    MARK NEELY CHANUTE

    301 3085, 3086, 3087, 3089, 3092SAV Brilliance 8077 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.0 52 93 31 0.69 0.31

    0.87 0.95 0.95 0.89 0.68 0.71 0.72

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3085 1/27/15 1 Sexed bull preg

    3086 1/27/15 2 Sexed bull preg

    3087 1/27/15 1 Sexed bull preg

    3089 1/27/15 1 Sexed bull preg

    3092 1/27/15 1 Sexed bull preg

    Sexed bull pregnancies! These heifers are confirmed bred AI to SAV Brilliance with a bull pregnancy on 7/9/14.

    ANGUS

    SAV Brilliance 8077 (Angus)

    Tag #3089

    302 3088, 3090, 3091, 3093NF Kim MacAberdeen 341 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10.5 -5.0 80 110 35 -0.001 -0.001

    0.87 0.95 0.95 0.89 0.68 0.71 0.72

    Tag # C.D. D.S.3088 2/17/15 2

    3090 2/17/15 1

    3091 2/17/15 2

    3093 3/10/15 1

    These heifers were pasture exposed to NF Kim MacAberdeen 342 from 5/3/14 to 6/18/14. NF Kim MacAberdeen 342 ranks in the top 1% of the Angus breed for weaning weight!

    ANGUS

    NF Kim MacAberdeen 341 (Angus)

    Neely heifer group in pasture5

    Tag #3011

  • 3 SONS CATTLE CENTERVILLE

    501 FULL SEMI-LOAD: 56 HEADBLACK & BLACK BALDIES - AIThis semi-load of black and black baldy females were confirmed bred to the AI sire Final Solution. Estimated calving date is 2/8/15. Final Solution is a high accuracy calving ease bull with tremendous growth potential. This lot provides quality females and a single sire option for a uniform calf crop. This lot will sell in groups of 5 with the option to sweep the group of 56 head. The black heifers will be offered first followed by the black baldies.

    Connealy Final Solution (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.9 63 114 29 0.90 0.31

    0.76 0.88 0.83 0.60 0.29 0.39 0.46

    Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S.3301 3 3328 1 3343 1 3362 1 3375 2

    3302 1 3329 1 3345 1 3363 1 3376 1

    3307 3 3332 1 3346 1 3364 1 3377 3

    3308 1 3333 1 3347 1 3365 1 3378 1

    3311 1 3334 1 3348 1 3366 1 3379 1

    3313 1 3335 1 3353 1 3367 1 3381 1

    3314 3 3336 1 3354 1 3369 1 3384 1

    3319 3 3337 1 3355 1 3370 1 3386 1

    3321 1 3338 1 3356 1 3372 1 3387 1

    3323 1 3339 1 3359 1 3373 1 3389 2

    3326 1 3341 1 3360 1 3374 1 3391 3

    3327 3

    3 SONS CATTLE CENTERVILLE

    502 FULL SEMI-LOAD: 56 HEADBLACK & BLACK BALDIES - NATURAL SERVICEThe semi-load of black and black baldy females are bred to one of the three natural service sires listed here. All three sires offer calving ease. Sublots are broken up by estimated calving date and the option to swap the 34 head group is available.

    Kavli Final Solution 011A (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    13 -1.7 43 78 23 0.49 0.37

    0.28 0.35 0.26 0.19 0.12 0.17 0.18

    Kavli Really Windy 030A (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 -0.4 46 82 16 0.19 0.31

    0.30 0.35 0.27 0.21 0.17 0.19 0.18

    Kavli 5050 New Design59 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    13 -1.6 49 88 29 0.87 0.67

    0.25 0.34 0.24 0.11 0.10 0.17 0.17

    3303, 3304, 3306, 3317, 3318BLACK 5 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. All disposition score of 1.

    502A

    3322, 3324, 3325, 3331, 3340BLACK 5 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. Disposition score = 1, except 3322 which is a 2.

    502B

    3344, 3352, 3358, 3361, 3371BLACK 5 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. All disposition score of 1.

    502C

    3382, 3385, 3388, 3390BLACK 4 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. Disposition score = 1, except 3390 which is a 2.

    502D

    3310, 3315, 3316, 3342BLACK 4 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. Disposition score = 1, except 3315 which is a 2.

    502E

    3351, 3357, 3368, 3383BLACK 4 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. All disposition score of 1.

    502F

    3305, 3309, 3312, 3320, 3380BLACK 5 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. Disposition score = 1, except 3380 which is a 2.

    502G

    3309, 3350BLACK 2 HEAD

    Estimated calving date 2/23/15. All disposition score of 1.

    502H

    Connealy Final Solution (Angus)

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  • 701 3095, 3097, 3119, 3120Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3095 2/19/15 1 AI

    3097 2/19/15 3 AI

    3119 2/19/15 2 AI

    3120 2/19/15 3 AI

    Bred to calve 2/19/15 to AI sire Connealy Confidence 0100. Examined safe.

    ANGUS CROSS

    JEFF & TONYA FOWLER CHANUTEHigh bidder on Lot 701 has the option to roll, in lot order, any lots through Lot 707.

    All heifers in lots 701-704 were BioPRYN tested pregnant at 30 days post breeding and are confirmed bred to Connealy Confidence 0100 via ultrasound. Confidence 0100 is in the top 1% of the breed for calving ease direct, calving ease maternal, and ribeye area, and top 2% for birth weight EPDs. Additionally, he ranks in the top 10% for $W and $YG EPD values, making this sire a versatile calving-ease bull.

    701 - 704Connealy Confidence 0100 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    19 -2.9 50 89 25 1.55 0.45

    0.9 0.96 0.93 0.90 0.35 0.49 0.54

    702 3098, 3111, 3103, 3105, 3110Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3098 2/19/15 1 AI

    3111 2/19/15 1 AI

    3103 2/19/15 1 AI

    3105 2/19/15 2 AI

    3110 2/19/15 1 AI

    Bred to calve 2/19/15. Examined safe. ANGUS CROSS

    SOUTHWIND RANCH TORONTO

    601 3410, 3415, 3416, 3417, 3420, 3421Heifers have Emblazon 854E, OCC Focus 813F, GAR Retail Product, or Lyons Hi Prime 3366 on their pedigrees. 3410, 3416, and 3417 are Simmental influenced which comes from Meyer 734. These heifers come from a strong line of maternal genetics and are bred to an Angus sire who is the top 5% of the Angus breed for growth characteristics (weaning and yearling weight, $W and $Y).

    Connealy Right Answer 746 (AN)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 -0.2 68 122 31 0.17 0.47

    0.91 0.96 0.94 0.92 0.80 0.69 0.70

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3410 3/19/15 1/8 Simmental

    3415 3/1/15 Angus

    3416 3/1/15 1/16 Simmental

    3417 3/1/15 1/8 Simmental

    3420 3/19/15 Angus

    3421 3/1/15 Angus

    BLACK

    Home raised cattle that have been selected for longevity and maternal qualities since 1999. SouthWind Ranch has been aggressively selecting for quality females and this tradition is being carried on by use of the sire OCC Yangon 825Y to breed the heifers in this lot. 825Y is a grandson of Dixie Erica 1019 cow whose genetics are prominent in our herd. 825Y has an estimated $EN EPD that is the top 2% of the Angus breed. $EN is an index value that estimated dollars/cow/year savings in future daughter from a maintenance standpoint. 3414 has Chill Factor in her pedigree and 3414 has Ice Breaker in her pedigree. 3411s Simmental influence comes from Meyer 734.

    602 3411, 3412, 3413, 3414, 3418, 3419OCC Yagon 825Y (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 -1.4 33 60 11 0.31 0.26

    0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.22 0.21

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3411 3/15/15 1 1/4 Simmental

    3412 3/15/15 1 Angus

    3413 4/6/15 1

    3414 4/6/15 1 1/8 Maine

    3418 3/15/15 1 1/4 Maine

    3419 3/23/15 1 Angus

    BLACK

    Southwind heifers on Flint Hills grass 10/17/14

    Southwind heifers on Flint Hills grass 10/17/14

    Connealy Confidence 1100

    Tag #31117

  • 703 3094, 3101, 3108, 3123Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3094 2/19/15 2 AI

    3131 2/19/15 2 AI

    3108 2/19/15 1 AI

    3123 2/19/15 2 AI

    Bred to calve 2/19/15. Examined safe. ANGUS CROSS

    704 3102, 3115, 3116, 3121Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3102 2/19/15 3 AI

    3115 2/19/15 3 AI

    3116 2/19/15 1 AI

    3121 2/19/15 4 AI

    Bred to calve 2/19/15. Examined safe. ANGUS CROSS

    ANGUS CROSS705 3099, 3104, 3106

    Heifers are bred to KAR Confidence 258 which is a son of Connealy Confidence 0100. 258 ranks in the top 5% of the Angus breed for CE and top 1% for calving ease maternal.

    KAR Confidence 258 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.1 47 89 25 0.75 0.59

    0.31 0.35 0.27 0.23 0.14 0.05 0.05

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3099 3/8/15 1 NS Bred

    3104 2/12/15 1 NS Bred

    3106 3/14/15 2 NS Bred

    ANGUS CROSS706 3107, 3109, 3112, 3114

    These heifers are all bred to Graff 231 of 623. Graff 231 of 623 is a Connealy Forward son and ranks in the top 15% for CE and CEM.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3107 3/14/15 2 NS Bred

    3109 3/28/15 2 NS Bred

    3112 3/14/15 1 NS Bred

    3114 3/28/15 1 NS Bred

    Graffs M231 of 623 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    10 1.3 51 91 11 - -

    0.30 0.36 0.28 0.28 0.22 - -

    SIMMI CROSS (GREY AND RED)7073096, 3117

    3096 is natural service bred to KAR Confidence 258, while 3117 is AI bred to Connealy Confidence 0100. 258 is a son of Connealy Confidence 0100.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3096 2/13/15 1 NS Bred

    3117 2/19/15 1 AI preg

    Connealy Confidence 0100 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    19 -2.9 50 89 25 1.55 0.45

    0.9 0.96 0.93 0.90 0.35 0.49 0.54

    KAR Confidence 258 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    12 0.1 47 89 25 0.75 0.59

    0.31 0.35 0.27 0.23 0.14 0.05 0.05

    JEFF & TONYA FOWLER CHANUTEJEFF & TONYA FOWLER CHANUTE

    Tag #3114

    Tag #3096 8

  • CVR CATTLE COMPANY GALESBURGAll AI heifers from CVR Cattle Company were blood pregnancy tested using BioPRYN at 30 days of pregnancy, and were not exposed to a natural service sire. Lots 801-818 are confirmed pregnant to an AI sire, while lots 819-821 are natural service bred heifers. Estimated calving dates for lots 819-821 were determined by ultrasound.

    CHAROLAIS CROSS801 3147, 3177, 3178, 3203

    Bon View New Design 1407 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.0 42 80 31 0.60 0.93

    0.96 0.98 0.98 0.97 0.97 0.84 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3147 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    3177 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    3178 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    3203 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    CHAROLAIS CROSS802 3143, 3174, 3206, 3207

    Bon View New Design 1407 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.0 42 80 31 0.60 0.93

    0.96 0.98 0.98 0.97 0.97 0.84 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3143 1/14/15 2 AI Bred

    3174 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    3206 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    3207 1/14/15 1 AI Bred

    ANGUS CROSS803-80934 HEAD

    Lots 803-809 offer a total 34 head of AI bred heifers due to calve 1/14/15. These heifers are confirmed AI bred to Hoover Dam G18 and will be offered in six lots of five head and one lot of four head.

    Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S. Tag # D.S.3126 2 3142 1 3160 1 3180 3 3196 1

    3128 1 3144 3 3161 1 3181 1 3198 1

    3129 1 3148 1 3165 1 3183 1 3200 1

    3134 1 3152 1 3170 1 3184 3 3201 1

    3137 1 3154 1 3171 1 3189 2 3204 1

    3138 1 3155 1 3173 1 3193 2 3205 2

    3139 2 3158 1 3176 2 3195 1

    Hoover Dam G18 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 0.0 51 96 32 1.15 0.70

    0.92 0.97 0.96 0.94 0.84 0.70 0.71

    CVR CATTLE COMPANY GALESBURG

    CHAROLAIS CROSS810 3133, 3136, 3190

    Bon View New Design 1407 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.0 42 80 31 0.60 0.93

    0.96 0.98 0.98 0.97 0.97 0.84 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3133 2/1/15 1 AI Bred

    3136 2/1/15 1 AI Bred

    3190 2/1/15 1 AI Bred

    ANGUS CROSS3130, 3146, 3163, 3186, 3199

    Gar Traveler 1489CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    15 -1.1 28 49 23 -0.16 0.27

    0.92 0.96 0.94 0.93 0.91 0.85 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3130 2/2/15 3 AI Bred

    3146 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    3163 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    3186 2/2/15 2 AI Bred

    3199 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    812

    ANGUS CROSS811 3132, 3141, 3157, 3166, 3202

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3132 2/2/15 3 AI Bred

    3141 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    3157 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    3166 2/2/15 2 AI Bred

    3202 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    Gar Traveler 1489CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    15 -1.1 28 49 23 -0.16 0.27

    0.92 0.96 0.94 0.93 0.91 0.85 0.84

    ANGUS CROSS3127, 3140, 1356

    Gar Traveler 1489CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    15 -1.1 28 49 23 -0.16 0.27

    0.92 0.96 0.94 0.93 0.91 0.85 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3127 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    3140 1/30/15 1 AI Bred

    3156 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    813

    Hoover Dam G18 (Angus)

    Bon View New Design 1407

    9

  • CVR CATTLE COMPANY GALESBURG

    ANGUS CROSS816 3172, 3182, 3208

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3172 3/23/15 1 AI Bred

    3182 3/24/15 1 AI Bred

    3208 3/24/15 1 AI Bred

    VDAR Lucys Boy (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.9 27 57 19 -0.03 0.47

    0.94 0.98 0.96 0.95 0.95 0.84 0.84

    ANGUS CROSS817 3150, 3168, 3187

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3168 3/24/15 1 AI Bred

    3150 3/24/15 1 AI Bred

    3187 3/24/15 1 AI Bred

    VDAR Lucys Boy (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.9 27 57 19 -0.03 0.47

    0.94 0.98 0.96 0.95 0.95 0.84 0.84

    ANGUS CROSS818 3153, 3169, 3187

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3153 3/23/15 2 AI Bred

    3169 3/23/15 1 AI Bred

    3197 3/23/15 1 AI Bred

    VDAR Lucys Boy (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.9 27 57 19 -0.03 0.47

    0.94 0.98 0.96 0.95 0.95 0.84 0.84

    ANGUS CROSS819 3125, 3151, 3167, 3194

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3125 4/2/15 3 NS Bred

    3151 4/3/15 1 NS Bred

    3167 4/2/15 2 NS Bred

    3194 4/3/15 1 NS Bred

    McCabe-ACR Bismark A3081 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 2.4 46 82 27 1.02 0.46

    0.26 0.35 0.24 0.19 0.14 0.21 0.21

    ANGUS CROSS820 3124, 3145, 3159, 3185, 3192

    McCabe-ACR Bismark A3081 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 2.4 46 82 27 1.02 0.46

    0.26 0.35 0.24 0.19 0.14 0.21 0.21

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3124 4/14/15 1 NS Bred

    3145 4/15/15 2 NS Bred

    3159 4/15/15 1 NS Bred

    3185 4/14/15 1 NS Bred

    3192 4/14/15 1 NS Bred

    ANGUS CROSS8213172, 3182, 3208

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3164 4/20/15 1 NS Bred

    3188 4/20/15 1 NS Bred

    McCabe-ACR Bismark A3081 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 2.4 46 82 27 1.02 0.46

    0.26 0.35 0.24 0.19 0.14 0.21 0.21

    CHAROLAIS CROSS815 3131, 3149, 3172, 3175, 3179

    Bon View New Design 1407 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.0 42 80 31 0.60 0.93

    0.96 0.98 0.98 0.97 0.97 0.84 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3131 2/2/15 1 Bon View bred

    3149 2/2/15 1 Bon View bred

    3172 2/2/15 1 Bon View bred

    3175 2/2/15 1 Bon View bred

    3179 2/2/15 1 Bon View bred

    ANGUS CROSS8143135, 3162

    Gar Traveler 1489CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    15 -1.1 28 49 23 -0.16 0.27

    0.92 0.96 0.94 0.93 0.91 0.85 0.84

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3135 2/7/15 3 AI Bred

    3162 2/2/15 1 AI Bred

    CVR CATTLE COMPANY GALESBURG

    VDAR Lucys Boy. Sire of Lots 816, 817, 81810

  • HAR-PHIL FARMS HAVANA CARVER CATTLE & FEED WINFIELD

    901 3243, 3246, 3247, 3248

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3243 2/13-3/7/15 1

    3246 2/13-3/7/15 1

    3247 2/13-3/7/15 1

    3248 2/13-3/7/15 1

    Heifers in this lot were synchronized and AIed to J&D Direction 3120 on 5/5/14 and then pasture exposed to the same bull until 6/28/14. The blood pregnancy test was completed on 6/28/14 and all these heifers were confirmed bred to calve from 2/13/15 to 3/7/15.

    BLACKJ&D Direction 3120 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    14 -2.3 40 73 22 0.51 0.69

    0.32 0.47 0.40 0.36 0.29 0.31 0.28

    902 3244, 3245

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3244 2/4-3/7/15 1

    3245 2/4-3/7/15 1

    Heifers in this lost were synchronized and AIed to J&D Direction 3120 on 4/28/14 then pasture exposed to the same bull. The blood pregnancy test was completed on 6/28/14 and all these heifers were confirmed bred to calve from 2/4/15 to 3/7/15.

    BLACK BALDYJ&D Direction 3120 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    14 -2.3 40 73 22 0.51 0.69

    0.32 0.47 0.40 0.36 0.29 0.31 0.28

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3249 3/8-4/4/15 1

    903 3249The heifer in this lot was confirmed to be bred via a blood pregnancy test to calve between 3/8/15 and 4/4/15.

    BLACKJ&D Direction 3120 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    14 -2.3 40 73 22 0.51 0.69

    0.32 0.47 0.40 0.36 0.29 0.31 0.28

    Our goal for the past 40 years is to produce females that are low maintenance and trouble free. If they have bad structure, udders, or attitude, they go to town. We are confident that these heifers will work well in a purebred or commercial operation. They are bred to an Angus bull and we will pay the expense of transferring papers.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3405 3/15/15 1 NS Bred

    3407 4/5/15 1 NS Bred

    3408 4/1/15 1 NS Bred

    1001 3405, 3407, 3408Lots 3405, 3407, 3408 are out of SHF Vision R117 U38. His daughters are moderate frames and have nice udders. All heifers are bread to Carl Prime Star 2198.

    REGISTERED HEREFORD

    Carl Prime Star 2198 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.8 43 77 22 0.14 0.45

    0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

    SHF Vision R117 U38 (Sire)CE BW WW YW Milk Fat REA Marb

    5.3 0.4 52 64 22 -0.035 0.53 0.34

    Tag #3405

    Tag #3408

    1002 3404, 3406Heifers 3404 and 3406 are out of a son of Positive Plus 73C. His daughters are easy fleshing and consistently produce our biggest calve. All heifers are bread to Carl Prime Star 2198.

    REGISTERED HEREFORD

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3404 4/5/15 1 NS Bred

    3406 3/15/15 1 NS Bred

    Carl Prime Star 2198 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 0.8 43 77 22 0.14 0.45

    0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

    SHF Vision R117 U38 (Sire)CE BW WW YW Milk Fat REA Marb

    5.3 0.4 52 64 22 -0.035 0.53 0.34

    Tag #3404

    Tag #3406

    Tag #3407

    11

  • JIM & DONNA BATES GALESBURG3062, 3076, 3077, 3078, 3084

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes

    3062 3/10/15 1AI Bred Reg #17635665

    3076 3/10/15 2AI Bred Reg #17635661

    3077 3/10/15 1AI Bred Reg #17635668

    3078 3/10/15 1NS Bred Reg #17635664

    3084 3/10/15 1AI Bred Reg #17635663

    Registered Angus heifers bred to registered Angus bulls! These registered Angus heifers are estimated to calve within a 20 day interval in March to registered Angus bulls. Certificates will be provided if the buyer chooses to register the calves. Pedigree and estimated EPDs for the heifers can be found using the American Angus Association animal search with the provided registration numbers in the table to the left. Heifers 3062, 3076, 3077 and 3084 are examined safe to AI bull, while 3078 is bred to the natural service sire.All heifers were tested free of neospora. Genetic testing indicates that 3077 is a DD carrier, while the other heifers in this lot are DD FREE. The calf of the 3077 would need to be tested and found DD free in order to register the calf.

    REGISTERED ANGUS

    Connealy In Sure 8524 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    18 -2.7 42 79 22 0.80 1.05

    0.75 0.87 0.80 0.74 0.28 0.45 0.50

    1101

    Ba-Ler Mr Angus 7030CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.5 51 77 22 0.36 -0.12

    0.26 0.33 0.25 0.27 0.13 0.19 0.26

    3065, 3075

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes

    3465 3/31/15 1

    3075 4/19/15 1

    The 3/8 Main heifers in this lot are out of the Maine bull Duracell and were pasture expose to Ba-Ler Mr Angus 7030 from 6/15/14 to 8/2/14. 7030 is a home-raised bull out of Duff Angus 011. The heifers were confirmed pregnant to calve in a two-week period in late March to mid-April (3/30/15 to 4/18/15).

    MAINE1102Ba-Ler Mr Angus 7030

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.5 51 77 22 0.36 -0.12

    0.26 0.33 0.25 0.27 0.13 0.19 0.26

    3064, 3071, 3080, 3082ANGUS CROSS1104

    Connealy In Sure 8524 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    18 -2.7 42 79 22 0.80 1.05

    0.75 0.87 0.80 0.74 0.28 0.45 0.50

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3064 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    3071 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    3080 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    3082 3/10/15 2 AI Bred

    3067, 3072, 3079

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3067 4/19/15 1 NS Bred

    3072 3/10/15 2 AI Bred

    3079 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    The F1 females, out of Radar 125 (horned Hereford) and Angus dams from OCC Anchor, are all estimated to calve from mid-March to mid-April. These heifers are bred to either Connealy Insure or Mr Angus.

    BLACK BALDY1105

    Ba-Ler Mr Angus 7030CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.5 51 77 22 0.36 -0.12

    0.26 0.33 0.25 0.27 0.13 0.19 0.26

    Connealy In Sure 8524 (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    18 -2.7 42 79 22 0.80 1.05

    0.75 0.87 0.80 0.74 0.28 0.45 0.50

    11063061, 3066, 3068, 3070

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3061 4/9/15 3 NS Bred 3068 3/31/15 2 NS Bred

    3066 4/19/15 1 NS Bred 3070 4/9/15 1 NS Bred

    The heifers in Lot 1106 are all out of Angus sons of Anchor and Bismark. They are all confirmed to calve primarily within the first two weeks of April.

    ANGUS CROSSBa-Ler Mr Angus 7030

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.5 51 77 22 0.36 -0.12

    0.26 0.33 0.25 0.27 0.13 0.19 0.26

    Tag #3065

    Left to right: Tag #3078, 3084, 3077

    Connealy In Sure 8524

    JIM & DONNA BATES GALESBURG

    3063, 3069, 3073, 3074, 3081, 3083

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3063 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    3069 3/10/15 2 AI Bred

    3073 3/10/15 3 AI Bred

    3074 3/10/15 2 AI Bred

    3081 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    3083 3/10/15 1 AI Bred

    ANGUS CROSS1103Connealy In Sure 8524 (Angus)

    CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    18 -2.7 42 79 22 0.80 1.05

    0.75 0.87 0.80 0.74 0.28 0.45 0.50

    Tag #3063

    Tag #3067, 3079

    12

  • J&C HOPE FARM ALTAMONTJ&C HOPE FARM ALTAMONT3065, 3075

    F1-HEREFORD X SALERS1201Black baldies out the Hereford Bull, Victor 719T, due to calve the end of January. Victor 719T is the number two bull in the Hereford breed and his black baldy daughters prove that heterosis = profit. These heifers are powerful and will make great cows in any operation. These heifers all have lots of pigment around the eyes. Additionally, from the Igentity estimated values (genetic testing), the heifers in this lot should be easier keeping as they have the most favorable residual feed intake values of Hopes heifers offered in the sale.

    Connealy Thunder (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 -0.6 46 91 29 0.66 0.42

    0.97 0.97 0.95 0.94 0.89 0.70 0.70

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3251 1/24/15 1 Thunder preg

    3252 1/24/15 1 Thunder preg

    3254, 3255, 3256F1-ANGUS X SALERS1202

    Black Salers AIed to Connealy Thunder. This lot is due to calve the end of January, includes two sisters out of AAA Encore. Eye appeal and functionality are included in this lot of heifers with tremendous genetic potential for quality carcasses! The heifers in this lot were the highest indexed for Percent Choice and Tenderness according to Igentity results.

    Connealy Thunder (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 -0.6 46 91 29 0.66 0.42

    0.97 0.97 0.95 0.94 0.89 0.70 0.70

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3254 1/24/15 1 Thunder preg

    3255 1/24/15 1 Thunder preg

    3256 3/15/15 1 Thunder preg

    3257, 3258, 3259, 3260, 3262SALER1203

    Offering 5 sisters out of ASA 93X Enforcer! Due to calve the end of January these heifers have been genetic tested for production measure. According to the Igentity Production Index all the heifers in this lot had an index > 5.75.

    Connealy Thunder (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 -0.6 46 91 29 0.66 0.42

    0.97 0.97 0.95 0.94 0.89 0.70 0.70

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3257 1/24/15 Thunder preg

    3258 1/24/15 Thunder preg

    3259 1/24/15 Thunder preg

    3260 1/24/15 Thunder preg

    3262 1/24/15 Thunder preg

    3250, 3261BLACK SALER CROSS1204

    Mid-March calvers. These black Salers cross heifers are estimated to calve in mid-March. 3250 and 3261 are AI bred to Connealy In Sure 8524. 32 is a daughter out of Victor 719T (Hereford); 3261 is a ASA 93X Enforcers (Saler) daughter.

    Connealy In Sure (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    19 -2.9 42 81 25 0.82 1.06

    0.78 0.88 0.82 0.75 0.33 0.46 0.50

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3250 3/15/15 1 In Sure preg

    3261 3/15/15 1 In Sure preg

    Tag # 3251

    Tag # 3251

    Tag # 3259

    Tag # 325013

  • J&N RANCH LEAVENWORTHJ&N RANCH LEAVENWORTH

    Lot of black heifers AIed to Hereford sire. Lot 1301 is 5 black heifers vet confirmed AI bred to the Hereford natural service sire, Schur-Lar 3T of 206 5N. 3T is a well-known Hereford calving ease bull, that at time of use didnt meet the accuracy requirements of this program.

    3682, 3784, 3789, 3791, 3793, 3797, 3798ANGUS1301

    Schur-Lar 3T of 206 5N (Hereford)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    6.2 0.8 57 95 14 0.07 0.44

    0.36 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.28 0.41 0.43

    Tag # C.D. Notes3682 2/6/15 AI

    3784 2/6/15 AI

    3789 2/6/15 AI

    3791 2/6/15 AI

    3793 2/6/15 AI

    3798 2/6/15 AI

    Connealy Final Solution (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0..9 63 114 29 0.90 0.31

    0.76 0.88 0.83 0.75 0.60 0.39 0.46

    3776, 3778, 3780, 3782RED ANGUS1302

    Red Angus bred heifers are the selling point of Lots 1302-1304. Lot 1302 is vet confirmed via ultrasound and palpation to be AI bred to the Angus bull, Connealy Final Solution, with a 1/28/14 calving date.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3776 1/28/15 1 AI

    3778 1/28/15 1 AI

    3780 1/28/15 1 AI

    3782 1/28/15 1 AI

    Schur-Lar 3T of 206 5N (Hereford)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    6.2 0.8 57 95 14 0.07 0.44

    0.36 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.28 0.41 0.43

    3624RED ANGUS1303

    Single Red Angus heifer vet confirmed AI bred to the Hereford Natural service sire, Schur Lar 3T of 206 5N. 3T is a well-known Hereford calving ease bull, that at time of use didnt meet the accuracy requirements of this program.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3624 2/6/15 1

    3622, 3779RED ANGUS1304

    Natural service bred Red Angus heifers. The heifers were in a large pasture and pasture exposed to the registered Black Hereford Bulls listed in the next column. These two heifers are estimated to calve mid-March and the beginning of April (within a 2 week period)

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3622 3/13/15 1

    3779 4/1/15 1

    Black Hereford Natural Service SiresSire BW WW YW Milk Sire BW WW YW Milk

    JN Balder A138 2.4 41 64 17 JN Balder A561 1.1 44 67 14

    JN Balder A493 0.3 48 78 16 JN Balder A632 1.9 50 82 15

    JN Balder A163 2.1 45 76 16 JN Balder A442 2.5 39 61 16

    JN Balder A560 1.6 46 72 13 JN Balder A954 1.6 24 40 10

    JN Balder A429 1.3 48 79 16 JN Balder A967 0.6 28 49 5

    JN Balder A122 2.0 44 72 12 JN Balder A060 1.7 44 69 15

    JN Balder A106 1.2 4.8 80 14 JN Balder A105 1.7 41 64 16

    3777CHAROLAIS CROSS1305

    Examined safe to Connealy Final Solution. Due to calve 1/28/15.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3777 1/28/15 1

    Connealy Final Solution (Angus)CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0..9 63 114 29 0.90 0.31

    0.76 0.88 0.83 0.75 0.60 0.39 0.46

    3781CHAROLAIS CROSS1306

    Lot 1306 is the other single smokey, estimated to calve in mid-March to a Black Hereford Herdsire listed above.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3781 3/12/15 1

    3505, 3509, 3644, 3650, 3687CHAROLAIS CROSS1307

    This lot of black baldy heifers are bred to Black Hereford bulls. Heterosis at its peak in these matings. Heifers are estimated to calve within a week of each other, at the end of February to the beginning of March.

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Notes3505 3/3/15 1

    3509 2/26/15 2

    3644 2/26/15 1

    3650 3/3/15 1

    3687 2/26/15 1

    Schur-Lar 3T of 206 5n

    JN Balder 8079. Sire of JN Balder A442

    14

  • J&N RANCH LEAVENWORTH PECK BROTHERS CATTLE CO. ERIELot 1308 through 1313 are all natural service bred to the Black Herefords listed below. All heifers are estimated to calve between 2/21/15 and 3/3/15. There is the option to roll to Lot 1313.

    Black Hereford Natural Service SiresSire BW WW YW Milk Sire BW WW YW Milk

    JN Balder A138 2.4 41 64 17 JN Balder A561 1.1 44 67 14

    JN Balder A493 0.3 48 78 16 JN Balder A632 1.9 50 82 15

    JN Balder A163 2.1 45 76 16 JN Balder A442 2.5 39 61 16

    JN Balder A560 1.6 46 72 13 JN Balder A954 1.6 24 40 10

    JN Balder A429 1.3 48 79 16 JN Balder A967 0.6 28 49 5

    JN Balder A122 2.0 44 72 12 JN Balder A060 1.7 44 69 15

    JN Balder A106 1.2 4.8 80 14 JN Balder A105 1.7 41 64 16

    3608, 3629, 3652, 3685, 3700BLACK1308 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3608 2/21-3/3/15 1 3685 2/21-3/3/15 1

    3629 2/21-3/3/15 1 3700 2/21-3/3/15 1

    3652 2/21-3/3/15 2

    3511, 3626, 3635, 3667, 3785 BLACK1309 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3511 2/21-2/26/15 1 3667 2/21-2/26/15 1

    3626 2/21-2/26/15 2 3785 2/21-2/26/15 2

    3635 2/21-2/26/15 1

    3511, 3626, 3635, 3667, 3785 BLACK1310 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3601 3/3/15 2 3695 3/3/15 1

    3646 3/3/15 1 3698 3/3/15 1

    3689 3/3/15 1

    3516, 3603, 3664, 3688, 3788BLACK1311 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3516 2/21-2/26/15 1 3688 2/21-2/26/15 1

    3603 2/21-2/26/15 2 3788 2/21-2/26/15 2

    3664 2/21-2/26/15 1

    3631, 3643, 3696, 3699BLACK1312 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3631 3/3/15 1 3696 3/3/15 1

    3643 3/3/15 2 3699 3/3/15 1

    3518, 3627, 3636BLACK1313 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3518 3/3/15 1 3636 3/3/15 1

    3627 3/3/15 1

    All Peck Brothers bred heifers were pasture exposed to one of the Angus bulls listed below. Lots are grouped by 20-day calving window as determined by ultrasound.

    McCabe-ACR Emblazon A3078CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 1.8 44 82 19 0.75 0.48

    0.23 0.33 0.23 0.17 0.13 0.19 0.18

    McCabe-ACR Frontman A3063CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.3 46 81 24 0.83 0.40

    0.24 0.31 0.2 0.12 0.11 0.17 0.16

    McCabe Bizmark 423CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.0 49 87 27 0.47 0.45

    0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

    McCabe Hoover Dam J283CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.1 39 78 24 0.62 0.81

    0.29 0.35 0.27 0.21 0.2 0.25 0.23

    McCabe PVF Brillance 2170CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    9 2.2 41 73 26 0.66 0.25

    0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

    McCabe TSA Hoover Dam 3002CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    8 1.4 48 87 28 0.89 0.78

    0.28 0.31 0.26 0.24 0.21 0.25 0.23

    McCabe PVF Insight 2186CE BW WW YW Milk REA Marb

    11 0.2 47 88 27 0.79 0.16

    0.05 0.05 0 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05

    9 HEADBLACK1401 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3209 2/8-2/28/15 2 3432 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3216 2/8-2/28/15 3 3435 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3219 2/8-2/28/15 1 3436 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3427 2/8-2/28/15 1 3437 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3430 2/8-2/28/15 1

    There is an option to roll all 34 head in lots 1401-1406.

    3438, 3439, 3440, 3441, 3442BLACK1402 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3438 2/8-2/28/15 1 3441 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3439 2/8-2/28/15 1 3442 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3440 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3445, 3447, 3449, 3450, 3453BLACK1403 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3445 2/8-2/28/15 2 3450 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3447 2/8-2/28/15 1 3453 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3449 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3455, 3456, 3459, 3460, 3461BLACK1404 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3455 2/8-2/28/15 2 3460 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3456 2/8-2/28/15 1 3461 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3459 2/8-2/28/15 3

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  • PECK BROTHERS CATTLE CO. ERIE PECK BROTHERS CATTLE CO. ERIE3465, 3469, 3475, 3477, 3482

    BLACK1405 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.3465 2/8-2/28/15 1 3477 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3469 2/8-2/28/15 2 3482 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3475 2/8-2/28/15 2 2

    3485, 3490, 3491, 3493, 3494BLACK1406 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3485 2/8-2/28/15 1 3493 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3490 2/8-2/28/15 3 3494 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3491 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3212, 3213, 3217, 3425, 3426, 3248BLACK1407 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3212 2/8-2/28/15 1 3425 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3213 2/8-2/28/15 2 3426 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3217 2/8-2/28/15 1 3248 2/8-2/28/15 2

    3413, 3434, 3446, 3452, 3464BLACK1408 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3431 2/8-2/28/15 1 3452 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3434 2/8-2/28/15 1 3464 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3446 2/8-2/28/15 1

    Red heifers in Lots 1407-1409 are bred to an Angus bull to calve within a 20-day window in February. There is the option to purchase all three lots.

    3468, 3471, 3472, 3483, 3499BLACK1409 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3468 2/8-2/28/15 1 3483 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3471 2/8-2/28/15 1 3499 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3472 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3210, 3211, 3220, 3421, 3470CHAROLAIS CROSS1410

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.3210 2/8-2/28/15 1 3421 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3211 2/8-2/28/15 1 3470 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3220 2/8-2/28/15 1

    3214, 3215, 3218, 3433, 3443, 3444BLACK1411 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3214 3/1-3/20/15 1 3433 3/1-3/20/15 2

    3215 3/1-3/20/15 2 3443 3/1-3/20/15 2

    3218 3/1-3/20/15 1 3444 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3457, 3458, 3466, 3467, 3474, 3476BLACK1412 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3457 3/1-3/20/15 1 3467 3/1-3/20/15 2

    3458 3/1-3/20/15 2 3474 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3466 3/1-3/20/15 1 3476 3/1-3/20/15 1

    4380, 3486, 3492, 3495, 3497, 3500BLACK1413 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3480 3/1-3/20/15 1 3495 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3486 3/1-3/20/15 1 3497 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3492 3/1-3/20/15 1 3500 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3429, 3462, 3463, 3473RED1414 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3429 3/1-3/20/15 1 3463 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3462 3/1-3/20/15 1 3473 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3478, 3479, 3487, 3488RED1415 Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.

    3478 3/1-3/20/15 1 3487 3/1-3/20/15 1

    3479 3/1-3/20/15 1 3488 3/1-3/20/15 2

    3448, 3454, 3481, 3484CHAROLAIS CROSS1416

    Tag # C.D. D.S. Tag # C.D. D.S.3448 3/1-3/20/15 2 3481 3/1-3/20/15 3

    3454 3/1-3/20/15 1 3484 3/1-3/20/15 1

    SAV Bismark 5682. Sire of McCabe Bismark 423 and McCake PVF Brilliance 2170

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