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October 2011 - Charolais Banner
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ROYAL ELITE BEEF BREEDS SALE – NOVEMBER 5TH, TORONTO, ON
Clear Lake Satin 135Y, a 1/2 French heifer calf by Rollin’ Acres ManOhMan 808U out of last year’s high selling cow in the Uppin’ the Ante Sale.
CANADIAN WESTERN AGRIBITION SALE
November 24, Regina, SK
A pregnant recipient carrying a calf by
the U.S. National Champion MR. FIRE WATER
and out of the great Lizzie cow.
Can you imagine the potential here!
TR MR FIRE WATER 5792R
ROLLIN’ ACRES LIZZIE 7S
ALBERTA SELECT CHAROLAIS BULL & FEMALE SHOW AND SALE – December 3, Red Deer, AB
The right to flush any female in the Clear Lake herd including:
SVY HVA FLIRTIN 805U
SDC VICTORIA 51R
SPARROWS KRYSTAL 116R
CLEAR LAKE ELVIRA 191Y
ACC Hercules 31R x ACC Elvira 644S (Impair)
By the National Champion Hercules with some
French influence on the bottom
PRAIRIE COVE MISS 3Y
CSS Sir Gridmaker 2X x Sparrows Krystal 116R
PRAIRIE COVE MISS 9X
JDFJ Playboy 85U x Sparrows Krystal 116R bred
TR Mr Fire Water 5792R
Plus... A pregnant recip carrying a Fire Water and Lizzie embryo
For more information give us a call
CLEAR LAKE CHAROLAIS
Box 9, Tiger Lily, AB T0G 2G0
780-674-5992 • [email protected]
Loretta Facette 780-305-8589 • Tim Facette 780-880-7766
John Fitzgerald 780-880-7762
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October 2011
VOL. 45, NO. 4
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Features
Renfrew Show ...........................................................................................14
Eastern National Sale................................................................................17
ACA Newsletter.........................................................................................20
CCA New Members ...................................................................................21
Uppin’ the Ante.........................................................................................24
A Guide to Udder and Teat Scoring Beef Cows ......................................28
Sharodon Wins NY Show..........................................................................32
Obituary – Calvin Gibson..........................................................................32
SCA Newsletter .........................................................................................33
Olds Show..................................................................................................36
Obituary – Robert Digby...........................................................................37
Obituary – Charles Watson.......................................................................37
Obituary – Clayton Carroll ........................................................................38
Obituary – Happy Tegart ..........................................................................38
Obituary – Walt Browarny........................................................................39
Obituary Foley Marquess..........................................................................39
Canadian Charolais Youth Conference and Show ..................................41
Repurpose Corner ...................................................................................105
Charolais Banner Hires............................................................................112
Departments
From the Field..............................................................................................6
Du champ .....................................................................................................8
From the CCA General Manager ..............................................................10
Du Directeur Général de l’ACC .................................................................12
Charolais Life .............................................................................................16
Herd Health ...............................................................................................34
Canadian Charolais Youth Association News..........................................35
Calendar ...................................................................................................113
Index.........................................................................................................114
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CCYA Youth Conference
and Show. Coverage starts
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aGriBiTion SaLE • 135Y • Landmark
968W • ELdorado BrEd mEriT rounduP
874u • ELdorado BrEd mEriT rounduP
44X • ELdorado BrEd Sir GridmakEr
152Y • LaE BLuE moon
164Y • Landmark
65X • SanChEz BrEd Sir GridmakEr 81X • LaE ShoCkin Y’aLL BrEd mEriT rounduP
8107u • ELdorado BrEd Landmark
157Y • Landmark
Also Selling:
102Y – JWX Quicksilver
22X – Bluegrass bred Sir Gridmaker
105X – Sanchez bred merit roundup
106X – Sanchez bred merit roundup
128X – Eldorado bred Sanchez
Give us a call for more information.
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Layne & Paula Evans
Shae-Lynn, Shelby and Calina
Box 390, kenaston, Sk S0G 2n0
T: 306-252-2246 F: 306-252-2009
[email protected] www.horseshoeecharolais.com
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POINTS TO PONDER
From the Field
Helge By
I just spent
the last two
weekends in
Quebec and
Ontario
attending the
first female sales of the fall season.
The quality was very good, the
enthusiasm was high and the sales
were strong. Everyone is talking
about the fall yearling market and
how strong the calf market has
started. In the east there were many
reports of calves with milk still
dripping out of their mouth over
$1,000 and some Charcross yearling
steers weighing 1,070 lbs. bringing
nearly $1,400. Wow. The interesting
thing in this was the yearlings were
bought by a packer to put on feed so
you wonder how nervous they are
about future supplies and costs.
I was also talking to an auction
market manager in Manitoba who
told me about their regular sale in
late September. One package of 72
exotic cross steers weighing 703 lbs.
sold for $1.41. He went on to say the
600 lb. calves were bringing the $1.40
but the extra hundred pounds was
just an extra $140 dollars. Pounds are
paying as the feed prices increase and
we need to sell this story to the
industry. Charcross feeders are worth
more when feed prices are high, as
they are faster growing, which means
more efficient. I have said it before
and it is worth repeating, the only
thing free in the cattle business is
hybrid vigor and everyone needs to
take advantage of it.
So what does the crystal ball into
the future show? Don’t we all wish
we knew, but I think there are some
positive situations that make this
look like it could be longer term. The
drought in the southern U.S.A. will
prolong the shortage of beef in North
America in the coming years. Texas
A & M University estimates that
500,000 beef cows will be sold out of
Texas because of the high cost to feed
them. This is about 10% of their beef
herd. Now many of these will go to
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slaughter as will many more out of
Oklahoma with some estimates of 12%
of their cowherd of 2 million leaving.
Considering as of July 1st we only
had 4.2 million beef cows in Canada,
these are significant numbers.
We also know there are a number
of commercial producers in Canada
packing it in, adding to the overall
number decline. Rich Nelson, the
director of research at Allendale Inc
in Illinois suggests cattle futures may
reach an all-time high of $1.36 a
pound within the next year. In the
short term this increased cull out of
Texas and other places may limit the
increase in prices but after these get
through the system there will be
short supplies and higher prices.
The Charolais female sales this fall
will provide some great opportunities
for existing breeders to expand and
new breeders to get started. As I stated
in my Fall Connection article, I truly
believe this is the best opportunity,
since the rise to dominance of the
Charolais bull in the early ‘80s, to
become a Charolais breeder.
With the strength of the Charolais
bull market and the future outlook,
we need to have more Charolais
breeders. We all need to try to
encourage purebred breeders from
other breeds to diversify into the
Charolais business like many
Charolais breeders did 15 years ago
quite successfully. Running two
complimentary breeds can be
beneficial, to both sides of the
operation, as many commercial
producers out there are running more
than one breed of bull. If they can go
to one farm or one sale and get all
their needs looked after by someone
they like dealing with, it will be good
for both parties involved.
My concern in all of this is the lack
of Charolais breeders in some areas.
This provides many problems. One
you don’t have anybody promoting
and defending Charolais in the local
coffee shop or curling rink. Two, if
there isn’t a breeder in some areas,
the commercial producer may just
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buy a bull of another breed because it
is more convenient not because he
wants to. Three, the contracting of
breeder numbers will continue and
there will become even fewer
Charolais breeders.
Let’s all do our part this fall to
spread the Charolais word. By
attending and participating in some
of the commercial and purebred
shows and sales this fall, you will be
helping to create the enthusiasm about
Charolais needed in our industry.
Enthusiasm breeds enthusiasm and
this will help us expand into the next
decade and beyond.
See you down the trail this fall or
give me a call if you have some ideas
or comments for me. Craig and I are
always ready to be of assistance.
Until next time,
Helge
CYPRESS HILLS
CHAROLAIS
BREEDERS
President: Darwin Rosso
Secretary/Treasurer: Murray Blake
Cedarlea Farms
Garner & Lori Deobald
Box 294, Hodgeville, SK S0H 2B0
T/F: 677-2589 • [email protected]
Wood River Charolais
Murray & Nicole Blake
Box 86, McCord, SK S0H 2T0
T: 478-2520 • [email protected]
N3 Stock Farms
Lyle & Lynn Wilson
Box 37, Admiral, SK S0N 0B0
T: 297-6263
Rosso Charolais
Darwin & Kevin Rosso
#78, 325 4 Ave. SW, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 5V2
T: 693-2384 • [email protected]
Char-Top Charolais
Glen & Lyn Sauder
Box 569, Gull Lake, SK S0N 1A0
T: 672-3979
Prairie Sky Farms
Lloyd & Christina Daniels
Box 185, Avonlea, SK S0H 0C0
T: 868-4429
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FridAy, dECEMbEr 2, 2011, 1:30 p.M.
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Brought to you by these progressive,
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Glenbusch
306-342-2099
McAvoy Charolais
Arelee
306-237-4464
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bred Grid Maker
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SALE MANAGER
Helge and Candace By
124 Shannon Rd, Regina, SK
306-584-7937
Helge cell 536-4261
Candace cell 536-3374
[email protected]
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POINTS À RÉFLÉCHIR
Du champ
Helge By
J'étais au
Québec et
l'Ontario les
deux derniers
week-ends,
assistant aux
premières ventes femelles de
l'automne. La qualité était très bonne,
l'enthousiasme était haut et les ventes
étaient fortes. Chacun parle du
marché d'un an d’automne et
comment fort le marché de veau a
commencé. Dans l'est il y avait
beaucoup de rapports de veaux
sevrés juste qui ont vendu pour plus
de 1.000$, et des bêtes d'un an croisé
Charolais pesant 1.070 livres apporter
presque 1.400$. Incroyable. Une note
intéressante, un usine de
transformation ont acheté des bêtes
d'un an à alimenter, ainsi vous vous
demandez comment nerveux ils sont
au sujet de futurs approvisionnements
et coûts.
J’ai parlé également avec un gérant
d'enchère au Manitoba qui m'a donné
les détails de leur vente régulière en
septembre. Un paquet de 72
bouvillons croisés exotiques pesant
703 livres ont vendu pour 1,41$. Les
veaux pesant 600 livres apportaient
1,40$ mais le cent livres
supplémentaires étaient justes des
frais supplémentaires 140$. Les livres
payent pendant que les prix des
aliments augmentent, nous devons
vendre cette histoire à l'industrie. Les
veaux croisés Charolais aux parcs
d’engraissement ont plus de valeur
quand le prix des aliments du bétail
est élevé ; ils sont plus efficaces parce
qu'ils se développent plus
rapidement. Dans l’industrie du
bétail la seule chose libre est la
vigueur hybride et chacun doit tirer
profit d’elle.
Qu’est-ce-que le futur apporte-t-il ?
Je souhaite que nous ayons su. Il y a
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quelques situations positives qui
permettent pour que les marchés
restent plus forts à long terme. La
sécheresse du sud des États-Unis
prolongera en prochaines années le
manque de boeuf en Amérique du
Nord. L’université d’A & M du Texas
estime que 500.000 vaches de
boucherie seront vendues hors du
Texas en raison du coût élevé pour
les alimenter. C'est environ 10% de
leur troupeau de boeuf. Plusieurs de
ces animaux seront abattus, comme
beaucoup plus de l'Oklahoma avec
des évaluations de 12% de 2 millions
vaches qui partent. Ce sont des
nombres significatifs considérant
qu’au 1er juillet nous avons eu
seulement 4.2 millions de vaches de
boeuf au Canada.
S'ajoutent au déclin dans le nombre
de bétail il y a de nombreux
producteurs commerciaux au Canada
qui quittent l'industrie de boeuf. Rich
Nelson, le directeur de recherche chez
Allendale inc. en Illinois, suggère que
les transactions à terme de bétail
puissent atteindre dans l'année
suivante une haute absolue de 1,36$
par livre. Le plus grand nombre de
bétail étant mis à la reforme au Texas
et d'autres endroits peut limiter à
court terme l'augmentation des prix.
L'approvisionnement de cheptels
bovins sera diminué une fois que ces
animaux inférieurs passent par le
système donc créant des prix plus
élevés à long terme.
Cet automne les ventes femelles du
charolais présentent de grands
opportunités d'augmenter leur
troupeau pour des éleveurs existants
et pour de nouveaux sélectionneurs à
commencer un troupeau. Je crois
vraiment que c'est la meilleure
occasion, depuis le début des années
80, de devenir un éleveur du charolais.
Nous avons besoin de plus
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d’éleveurs du charolais pour
satisfaire la demande du marché fort
du charolais. Nous tout avons le
besoin d'encourager les éleveurs de
race d'autres du charolais à
diversifier dans les affaires du
charolais, comme beaucoup des
éleveurs du charolais avons fait il y a
15 ans tout à fait avec succès. Il peut
être salutaire élevant deux races de
boeuf. Beaucoup de producteurs
commerciaux emploient plus d'une
race de taureau à multiplier leurs
femelles. S'ils peuvent acheter tous
les taureaux requis à une ferme ou
d'une vente et trouver quelqu'un ils
aiment s’occuper, il est bon pour les
deux parties concernées.
Mon souci est le manque
d’éleveurs du charolais dans
quelques régions qui crée beaucoup
de problèmes. Un exemple d'un
problème, il n’y a pas un éleveur
dans le café-restaurant local pour
favoriser et défendre le charolais.
Deux, s'il n'y a aucun éleveur dans
un secteur, le producteur commercial
peuvent juste acheter un taureau
d'une autre race hors de la
convenance, pas parce qu'il le veut.
Trois, il y a moins et peu d’éleveurs
du charolais.
Nous tout le besoin de faire de la
publicité au sujet du charolais. Vous
aidez à créer l'enthousiasme pour le
charolais requis dans notre industrie
en s'occupant et en participant aux
expositions et aux ventes
commerciales et de race.
L'enthousiasme crée plus
d'enthousiasme qui nous aide à
augmenter dans la décennie suivante
et là-bas.
Contactez-moi si vous avez quelques
idées ou commentaires. Craig et moi
sont toujours prêts à être d'aide.
À la prochaine,
Helge
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Thursday, November 24, 2011• 3:00 p.m.
CWa audiTorium, regiNa, sK
A tremendous offering from “The Top” of the herds
• Pick of an entire operation’s bred heifers • Pregnant Recip carrying exciting outcross genetics
• Exceptional heifer calves & bred females right from the show strings
Recip carrying a mating from the high selling
cow in the 2009 Agribition Sale and
the bull that created the buzz last year
Exceptional heifer calves –
as good as they get
Charolais Show
FridaY, novEmBEr 25, 2011
2:30 P.m.
2nd in class at last year's
National Show and getting better
Fabulous breds that will be profit makers
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helge and Candace By
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FROM THE CCA GENERAL MANAGER
Things are indeed looking up!
Neil Gillies, General Manager, Canadian Charolais Association
CANADIAN CHAROLAIS ASSOCIATION
2320 - 41st Avenue N.E.
Calgary, AB T2E 6W8
Phone: (403) 250-9242
Fax: (403) 291-9324
E-Mail: [email protected]
Home Page: www.charolais.com
PROVINCIAL REPRESENTATIVES:
ALBERTA
President: Darren Paget, Donalda
Secretary: Jeralyn Rasmussen, Innisfail
SASKATCHEWAN
President: Orland Walker, Hudson Bay
Secretary: Dave Blechinger, Rosetown
MANITOBA
President: Harry Airey, Rivers
Secretary: Rae Trimble Portage la Prairie
ONTARIO
President: Brian Coughlin, Cobden
Secretary: Doris Aitken, Mount Forest
QUEBEC
President: Francois Couture, Notre-Damedu-Bon-Conseil
Secretary: Laurent Jourdain
MARITIMES
President: Ricky Milton, Cornwall, PE
Secretary: Jennifer MacDonald,
St. Mary’s, Kent Co., NB
STAFF:
General Manager: NEIL GILLIES
Registry: JUDY CUMMER
French Liaison: CYNTHIA BECK
306-436-2007 [email protected]
EXECUTIVE:
PRESIDENT: WADE BECK
Box 5, Lang, SK S0G 2W0
Ph (306) 436-4564
email: [email protected]
1st VICE-PRESIDENT: BRENT SAUNDERS
RR 3, Markdale, ON N0C 1H0
(519) 986-4165 Fax (519) 986-4273
email: [email protected]
2nd VICE-PRES: CAMPBELL FORSYTH
Box 3, Eriksdale, MB R0C 0W0
(204) 739-2678 Fax (204) 739-5547
email: [email protected]
PAST PRESIDENT: LYLE BIGNELL
Box 1055, Stettler, AB T0C 2L0
(403) 742-6792 Fax (403) 742-8128
email: [email protected]
DIRECTORS:
BERNARD BEGIN
1630 Rg St-Martin, Ste-Marie, PQ G6E 3A8
(418) 387-7514 Fax (418) 387-5623
email: [email protected]
BRIAN COUGHLIN
RR3 1012 Snake River Line, Cobden, ON K0J
1K0
(613) 646-9741 (613) 312-0270
email: [email protected]
URSULA CORPATAUX
Box 397, Erskine, AB T0C 1G0
Ph/Fax (403) 742-3337
[email protected]
DORY GERRARD
RR 2, Innisfail, AB T4G 1T7
(403) 227-5632 Fax (403) 227-2583
email: [email protected]
JOHN WILGENBUSCH
Box 4, Halbrite, SK S0C 1H0
(306) 458-2688 Fax (306) 458-2371
email: [email protected]
RICKY MILTON
4558 Rt. 19 RR 2, Cornwall, PE C0A 1H0
(902) 393-8699
email: [email protected]
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What started out as an indifferent spring
and early summer actually turned out to
be an exceptional cropping year in most
regions due to an excellent long spell of
warm sunny weather at the back-end of
the summer and early fall. There is an
abundance of feedstuffs and cattle prices
as good as we have seen in many seasons,
and unbelievably, in High River which
borders the foothills of the Rocky
Mountains, on week into October... still no
killing frost.
Commercial cattlemen are weighing
every option available as they try to
maximize the market opportunities. The
majority of the yearling cattle have been
traded with prices in the $1,000 - $1,100
range commonplace. And as the calves
start coming in from the pastures the
question many are posing, what to do...
sell all of the calves now while the price is
good and buy back in the new-year, or sell
the heaviest calves now and buy back in
the new-year. Should I trade my heifers
now or wait until February? The
speculation is that good quality bred
heifers are going to trade in the $1,700
range? So, most definitely the decisions are
going to be challenge, but at least they are
going to be more pleasurable ones.
Continuing on, analysts with the Cattle
Network Drovers newsletter claim that in
the U.S. – cattle futures rose to an all time
high and hold potential to climb further in
2012 amid strong beef demand and
shrinking animal inventories.
Switching up to Charolais business,
having been in conversation with many
breeders recently all indicators are that
bull sales, specifically next spring’s
Charolais bull sales are going to surpass
anything we have experienced before. This
will pose the next important choice for
many breeders as they contemplate how
many heifers are going to be retained, as
the prospects for selling bulls look good
for some time to come.
And as you would have heard me
repeat many times before, my colleague
Jack Black from Bridge Lake Charolais,
Bridge Lake, BC always informs me...Neil
things are starting to look-up!
From the Registry Desk of Judy Cummer
The weaning
deadline for both
“online” members
and those that
submit their weights
on paper is October
31st, 2011, if you
want to have them
included in the Fall
EPD Evaluation.
Your calving information must be in
the office prior to submission of your
weaning weights.
If you haven’t yet enrolled your “W”
heifers, you have until December 31st,
2011, to do so. Any “W” enrolments
received after December 31st, 2011, will be
assessed the late fee of $25 plus GST on
top of the regular enrolment fee of $25
plus GST. For our “online” members this
cannot be done online, you have to contact
the office to have them enrolled. We don’t
want to bill late fees on these heifers so
please get them in prior to the deadline.
The two CCA Scholarships and the
Dale Norheim Memorial Scholarship
application deadlines have been extended
to October 31st, 2011. All three scholarships
can be applied for on the same scholarship
form which is available on our web page
www.charolais.com. Just click on the 2011
CCA Scholarship and Dale Norheim link
on the front page of the web page on the
right hand side and then click on the
application form. All three scholarships are
in the amount of $1000 each. Please fill
these out and send all pertinent documents
to email address [email protected]
or fax them into the office at (403) 291-9324
prior to the deadline.
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DU DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL DE L’ACC
Du bon augure!
Neil Gillies, General Manager, Canadian Charolais Association
Les
producteurs
commerciaux de
bétail cherchent
chaque option
disponible
pendant qu'ils
essayent de maximiser des occasions
du marché. La majorité de bétail d'un
an se sont vendues avec des prix
varié entre 1.000$ - 1.100$. Beaucoup
de producteurs se demandent quoi
faire avec les veaux qui retourne du
pâturage ; vendez les veaux
maintenant tandis que le prix du
boeuf est bons et de rachat les
animaux dans la nouvelle année, ou
est-ce qu’ils vendent maintenant les
veaux le plus lourd et achète les
bétail requis dans la nouvelle année ?
Est-ce qu'ils vendent leurs génisses
maintenant ou attendent jusqu'à
février ?
Les génisses multipliées de bonne
qualité se vendront dans la gamme
de 1.700$ est la spéculation. La
décision est un défi autour le moment
quand on se vend les veaux et les
génisses, mais au moins le défi est
plus agréable. Les analystes avec le
bulletin de conducteurs de bestiaux
de réseau de bétail «Cattle Network
Drovers » réclament qu’aux ÉtatsUnis le prix de bétail s'est élevé à un
haut sans précédent. Le bulletin aussi
dit qu’il y a le potentiel pour les
marchés de bétail à s'élever beaucoup
plus en 2012 parmi une demande
forte de boeuf et des inventaire de
vache diminué ; une situation
positive pour nous ici au Canada.
Changeant le sujet en affaires du
charolais, mes conversations avec
beaucoup de sélectionneurs
indiquent que les ventes de taureau
du charolais au printemps vont
surpasser tous nos espoir. Ceci pose
le prochain choix important pour
Agribition Bound
BDT LADY RACHEL 14Y
Born March 10/11, 101 lb.. Sept
24th 721 lb.
Performance heifer off our
herdsire Dog Patch
Revolution 61U
BDT RIO YASMIN 9Y
Born Feb 25/11, 92 lb.
Sept 24th 701 lb.
Stylish daughter of the
proven LT Rio Blanco
Brian, Denise, Ashton & MacKenzie Temple
Box 171, Carrot River, SK S0E 0L0
[email protected]
T 306-768-3218 • C 306-768-8000
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beaucoup de sélectionneurs comme
ils contemplent combien de génisses
doivent être maintenues, car les
perspectives pour vendre des
taureaux semblent bonnes pour un
certain temps à venir.
Du bureau d’enregistrement Judy Cummer
D'être inclut
dans les
évaluations de
progeniture
d'automne la
date limite est
le 31 octobre
2011 pour tout
l’adhésion.
Votre
information de vêlage doit être au
bureau à Calgary avant la soumission
de l’information de poids de sevrage.
Sans les frais de rétard vous avez
jusqu'au 31 décembre 2011 á enroler
les génisses né en 2009. Entrez en
contact avec le bureau pour le faire, il
n’est pas possible à le faire online. Il y
aura les frais de retards de 25$ si le
bureau reçoit les enrolments après le
31 décembre 2011 pour les génisses
né dans l’année de « W ».
Les dates-limites d'application
pour les deux bourses de l’ACC et la
bourse commémorative de Dale
Norheim ont prolongé au 31 octobre
2011. Appliquez pour les bourses en
utilisant la forme de bourse
disponible sur notre page Web
www.charolais.com. Cliquez sur le
lien de « 2011 CCA Scholarship and
Dale Norheim » sur la page plan
du Web du côté droit et puis cliquez
sur le formulaire de demande.
Chacune des trois bourses est dans
la quantité de 1.000 $. Complétez
et envoyez tous les documents
approprié à l'email address
[email protected] ou envoyezles par fax au bureau (403) à 291-9324
avant la date-limite.
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Also selling in the National Sale
Sparrows Coach out of the two time Royal
Agriculture Winter Fair Champion, Cornerview
Nascar 5N. Unlimited potential!
CE 76
BW 3.3
WW 44
YW 87
M 22
TM 44
Cornerview
Nascar 22Y
CORNERVIEW XCALIBRE 27X
HOMOZYGOUS POLLED
CE 91 BW 1.1 WW 56 YW 95 M 14.1 TM 42
Possession Sells in National Sale, November 5 in Toronto.
Cornerview
Nascar 5N
Genex has purchased the semen rights – we are offering
the walking rights. How often does the opportunity come
along to walk a herdbull with Genex exposure?
Sired by Sparrows Coach, he is a performance herdsire
with style, hair and excellent temperament.
Call for more information or see a video on our website.
1012 Snake River Line
Cobden, ON K0J 1K0
Brian, Heather & family 613.646-9741
Brett & Stefanie 613.312-1378
[email protected]
www.cornerviewcharolais.com
IT IS TIME… CATTLE FOLK…
TO CONSIDER POUNDS…
THIS PUTS JINGLE IN YOUR JEANS
CHAROLAIS CROSS WILL DO IT
CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS HAS THE CATTLE TO MAKE
THAT HAPPEN
CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS HAS BEEN SELECTIVELY ADDING
THE RIGHT GENETIC TRAIT TO THEIR HERD FOR
MANY YEARS
CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS, IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE,
HAS GENERATED A WHOLESOME HERD OF FEMALES
CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS HAS BEEN SELECTING HERD
SIRES KEEPING IN MIND THE ALLIANCE WITH
COMMERCIAL CATTLE FOLK, PRIMARILY POUNDS
AND CALVING EASE
CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS CURRENT SIRES: A POLLED FULL
FRENCH PURCHASED FROM RUDIGER CHAROLAIS; A
POLLED HALF FRENCH WITH TT LEPTIN GENE; A
POLLED SIRE FROM EATON RANCH IN MONTANA
SERVICING OUR HEIFERS
A NEIGHBOR’S FRIENDLY SPECKLE PARK BULL DECIDED
THAT THE URGE FOR OPEN HEIFERS ON THE OTHER
SIDE OF THE FENCE WAS A GOOD IDEA; NOW WE HAVE 6
SPECKLE CROSS CALVES... SOMEONE INDICATED THAT
THESE CROSSES ARE POPULAR 4H CANDIDATES
THE CHOMIAK CHAROLAIS BULL AND BRED
FEMALE SALE IS ON FEBRUARY 25TH, 2012
AT THE VIKING AUCTION MARKET…
PROTECT THAT DATE
John & Cathie Chomiak • 163016 Twp Rd 520 • R.R. 1, Mundare, AB T0B 3H0
Cell 780.945.1504 • Farm 780.632.7108 • [email protected]
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CORNERVIEW/MEDONTE WIN
Renfrew Show
Renfrew Fair
September 11, 2011 • Renfrew, ON
Judge: Bernard Leahy
Hicks Charolais; 4. ETR WILD FIRE
901X (Beach Valley Excalibur 1T),
Beach Valley Farms, Pembroke.
37 entries – A BOSS Show
Junior Champion Bull
CORNERVIEW XCALIBRE 27X,
Corneerview Charolais
Bulls Born in 2011
1. CRG TAKIN’ NAMES 3Y(CRG
Total Control 36T), Craig Oattes,
Cobden; 2. CORNERVIEW YOUNG
GUN 2Y (LT Rio Blanco 1234 P),
Cornerview Charolais, Cobden; 3.
CORNERVIEW YUKON 27Y
(Sparrows Coach 467S), Cornerview
Charolais; 4. BLACKBERN YORK 6Y
(Winn Mans Lanza 610S), Blackbern
Farm, Foresters Falls; WHITEWATER
YARDMASTER 3Y (Winn Mans
Lanza 610S), Whitewater Charolais,
Foresters Falls.
Bull Calf Champion
CRG TAKIN’ NAMES 3Y, Craig Oattes
Reserve Bull Calf Champion
CORNERVIEW YOUNG GUN 2Y,
Cornerview Charolais
Bulls Born in 2010
1. CORNERVIEW XCALIBRE 27X
(Sparrows Coach 467S), Cornerview
Charolais; 2. HICKS MOSSBURG 7X
(WESC Hicks Revolver 14R), Hicks
Charolais, Arthur; 3. HICKS LUGAR
10X (WESC Hicks Revolver 14R),
Grand Champion Bull – CORNERVIEW
XCALIBRE 27X, Cornerview Charolais
Reserve Grand Champion Bull –
SHARODON WYATT 3W, Sharodon Farm
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Reserve Junior Champion Bull
HICKS MOSSBURG 7X, Hicks Charolais
Bulls Born in 2009
1. SHARODON WYATT 3W (LT
Bluegrass 4017P), Sharodon Farm,
Peterborough; 2. HICKS SIR
WINSTON 33W (Sparrows Vintage
75R), Hicks Charolais.
Senior Champion Bull
SHARODON WYATT 3W,
Sharodon Farm
Reserve Senior Champion Bull
HICKS SIR WINSTON 33W, Hicks
Charolais
Grand Champion Bull
CORNERVIEW XCALIBRE 27X,
Cornerview Charolais
Reserve Grand Champion Bull
SHARODON WYATT 3W,
Sharodon Farm
Females Born in 2011
1. SHARODON YUPPIE 6Y
(Sharodon Wyatt 3W), Sharodon
Grand Champion & Renfrew Supreme
Champion Female – MEDONTE WISHFUL
THINKING 7W, Medonte Charolais
Reserve Grand Champion Female – MISS
CEDARDALE 44X, Craig Oattes
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Farm; 2. CORNERVIEW YANNIS 18Y
(Sparrows Coach 467S), Cornerview
Charolais; 3. CORNERVIEW YOUR
FAVE 19Y (Sparrows Coach 19Y),
Cornerview Charolais; 4. ETR
CHEYANNE 6Y (Beach Valley Excalibur
1T), Beach Valley Farms; 5. CRG
RUMOUR HAS IT 27Y (Cedardale
Universal 37U), Craig Oattes.
Heifer Calf Champion
SHARDON YUPPIE 6Y,
Sharodon Farm
Reserve Heifer Calf Champion
CORNERVIEW YANNIS 18Y,
Cornerview Charolais
Females Born in 2010
1. MISS CEDARDALE 44X (Sparrows
Alcatraz 18N), Craig Oattes; 2. TR MS
FIREWATER 84X (TR Mr Fire Water
5729R), Craig Oattes; 3. BAKER
FARMS SCEPTIONAL 3X (Cedardale
Trademark 33T), Ashley Baker,
Sunrise Charolais, Stayner; 4. MISS
CEDARDALE 73X (Cedardale Stately
21S), Kevin Clarke, Dunrobin; 5.
MISS CEDARDALE 71X (Cedardale
Tyrant 31T), Kevin Clark.
Junior Champion Female
MISS CEDARDALE 44X, Craig Oattes
Reserve Junior Champion Female
TR MS FIREWATER 84X, Craig Oattes
Females Born in 2009 with Calf
1. MEDONTE WISHFUL THINKING
7W (SVY Ad Invincible 748T, calf - D
R Revelation 467), Medonte Charolais,
Hillsdale; 2. CORNERVIEW
WILLOW 7W (Sparrows Coach 467S,
calf - Cornerview Wallstreet 3W),
Cornerview Charolais; 3. BLACKBERN
WYOMING 6W (LT Wyoming Wind
4020 Pld, calf - Winn Mans Lanza
610S); 4. BEACH VALLEYSWEETHEART 7W (DBAR Matrix
627S, calf - Beach Valley Excalibur
1T), Beach Valley Farms.
Females Born Prior to 2009 with Calf
1. SHARODON 2B TALULA 4T (EC
No Doubt 2022P, calf - LT Bluegrass
4017P), Sharodon Farm; 2. JSR
SAPPHIRE 13S (JSR Equity 17M, calf
- Beach Valley Excalibur 1T), Beach
Valley Farms.
continued on page 16
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NEWS
Charolais Life
This column will be dedicated to keeping Charolais members in touch with the people of
the business. It will contain births, weddings, convocations and momentous anniversaries
and events of note, but not high school graduations. If you have news and/or photos you’d
like to submit, please email [email protected] for print in upcoming issues.
Millangs Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Ontario, on August 6, 2011. Brett
works for M&R Feeds and Farm
Supply as a farm consultant serving
the Pontiac region of Quebec. Stefanie
is a Physiotherapist at a clinic in
Pembroke. Brett is the son of Brian
and Heather Coughlin.
Steppler – Armstrong Wed
Welcome Elise Howe
Kelly and Julie-Anne Howe, of
Whitecap Charolais, are pleased to
announce Elise Marie was born on
June 9, 2011, coming in at 9 lb 5 oz.
Big brother Matthew is pleased with
his new sister and all are doing well.
It'll be a few short years until the kids
will be following in Mom’s and Dad's
footsteps in 4-H. Grandparents are
Lois and Dale Howe, Moose Jaw.
Agnes and Lester Millang, Millang
Stock Farm, Camrose, Alberta,
celebrated their 50th Wedding
Anniversary on August 5.
Coughlin – Valiquette Wed
Welcome Brody Cramp
Shane and Allison Cramp, of
Medonte Charolais, Hillsdale,
Ontario, are pleased to announce the
arrival of their son Brody Alexander.
Brody was born on July 18th, 2011,
weighing 9 lb. 7 oz. He is welcomed
into this world by his big sister
Brooklyn and grandparents Allan
and Brenda Miller, and Wayne and
Marjorie Cramp.
Brett Coughlin (Cornerview
Charolais, Cobden, Ontario, past
CCYA President) and Stefanie
Valiquette were married in Eganville,
Andre Steppler married Katie
Armstong on August 6, 2011. They
now reside on the Steppler Charolais
farm site where Andre continues to
manage the Steppler Charolais
operation. Katie is employed as a
Physiotherapist at the Boundary
Trails Hospital. Andre is a CCYA
Alumni, MCA Board member and
son of Dan and Pat Steppler, Steppler
Farms, Miami, Manitoba.
RENFREW SHOW, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14
Senior Champion Female
MEDONTE WISHFUL THINKING
7W, Medonte Charolais
Reserve Senior Champion Female
SHARODON 2B TALULA 4T,
Sharodon Farm
Grand Champion Female
MEDONTE WISHFUL THINKING
7W, Medonte Charolais
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Reserve Grand Champion Female
MISS CEDARDALE 44X, Craig Oattes
Breeder’s Herd
1. Sharodon Farm; 2. Hicks Charolais;
3. Cornerview Charolais; 4. Beach
Valley Farm; 5. Blackbern Charolais.
Get of Sire
1. Cornerview Charolais (Sparrows
Coach 467S); 2. Hicks Charolais (WESC
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Revolver 14R); 3. Blackbern Charolais
(Winn Mans Lanza 610S); 4. Beach
Valley Farm (Beach Valley Excalibur 1T).
Progeny of Dam
1. Sharodon Farm (Sharodon 2B
Talula 4T); 2. Hicks Charolais (Hicks
Piquant 20P).
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SOLID SECOND SALE
Eastern National Sale
Eastern National Sale
Vente national du Charolais de l’est
September 17, 2011 Ste-Marie, QC
Gross Average
1 Cow/Calf Pair
$3,750
$3,750
10 Bred Cows
28,000
2,800
20 Bred Heifers
63,650
3,183
5 Heifer Calves
8,450
1,690
2 Pregnant Recips.
7,850
3,925
1/4 Semen Interest
4,000
4,000
38 1/4 Lots
2 Embryo Lots
$115,700
$2,500
Total Gross
$118,200
$3,025
$1,250
Auctioneer: Luc Breton
Blockman: Bernard Begin
Sale Manager: By Livestock
Louber Farms hosted this second
sale with Bernard Begin again
working hard to have cattle from
across Canada represented. The sale
is a fun event with a good crowd
coming and participating. The high
quality offering from six provinces
sold into five provinces and one
U.S. state.
High Selling Bred Cows
Lot 4, LOUBER SILVER EDGE
192R (Double Polled, 84 YW EPD),
sired by LT Silver Edge 2289, out of a
Jumper daughter, bred to Sparrows
Panana 826U. Sold for $4,300 to Hicks
Charolais, Arthur, ON. Consigned by
Louber Farms, Ste-Marie.
Lot 25, CROSBY’S WINNER 904W
(3rd Gen. Polled, 1 BW EPD, 22.8
Milk EPD), sired by SVS Mastercard
2M, out of a Moore’s Golden Boy
724G daughter, bred to Sparrow’s
Birmingham 758T. Sold for $4,200 to
Claude Lemay, Des Lauren.
FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE
GENESIS LIVESTOCK INTERNATIONAL/
WHITE HEATHER CHAROLAIS
PUREBRED HERD DISPERSAL
~ Polled Herd ~
Influences of Freedom,
Polled Detonator, Sparrows Matador,
Kojak and Silversmith
50 Cow/Calf Pairs or Bred Cows
10 Replacement Heifer Calves
1 Herdsire
Semen and Embryos Available
Contact Ric Ross at 403-512-5364
Consigned by Cornerstone Charolais,
Cornwall, PE.
High Selling Bred Heifers
Lot 23, WR WINNIFRED 180W
(Full French, .4 BW EPD, 23.9 Milk
EPD), sired by Pinay, out of a WR
Neptune 51N daughter, bred to
Virgil. Sold for $5,900 to Bar Punch
Ranch, Medicine Hat, AB. Consigned
by Winters Charolais, Renfrew, ON.
Lot 27, HICKS XCEPTIONAL 8X
(3rd Gen. Polled, 2010 Canadian
National Senior Heifer Calf
Champion), sired by Sparrows
Vintage 75R, out of a Hicks Kasino
11K daughter, bred to Hicks Revolver
14R. Sold for $5,850 to Rejean
McNeil, St-Marc de Figuery.
Consigned by Hicks Charolais.
Lot 8, MISS LOUB SANCHEZ
836W (Double Polled, 1.2 BW EPD,
22.4 Milk EPD), sired by Sparrows
Sanchez 715T, out of an Ibob
daughter, bred to HTA Mantracker
958W. Sold for $5,500 to Ranch
Ostiguy, Ste-Cesaire. Consigned by
Louber Farms.
Lot 6, LOUB MISS NO DOUBT
781W (Double Polled, 1.3 BW EPD,
90 YW EPD, 24.1 Milk EPD), sired by
EC No Doubt 2022 P, out of an SCM
Montana Marbler G216 daughter,
bred to JWX Silber Buckle 524U. Sold
for $5,000 to Claude Lemay.
Consigned by Louber Farms.
Lot 43, JWX XTRA LIFE 818X
(Double Polled/s, Double Red, -1.5
BW EPD, 22.7 Milk EPD), sired by
Lang’s Red Soldier 22S, out of an SVS
Nobleman 25N daughter, bred to
SRK Solid 12U. Sold for $4,400 to
Slack Farms, Harrisburg, SD.
Consigned by Wilgenbusch
Charolais, Halbrite, SK.
High Selling Semen Interest
Lot 1, HTA SENATOR 8130U
(Double Polled, 60 WW EPD, 106 YW
EPD), sired by Merit 5323R, out of a
Dim Creek Dividend 43M daughter.
1/4 interest sold for $4,000 to
Harcourt Charolais, Quill Lake, SK
and Mutrie Farms, Glenavon, SK.
Consigned by Louber Farms.
John Hoff bought
the sale high seller
Rejean McNeil
selected the second
high seller
Alexandra Ostiguy, Maxim Beaubier and
Pierre Ostiguy consigned and bought two
Claude & Martime Lemay were the
volume buyers
Bryan Hicks selected Bernard Begin,
two including the high organizer, blockman,
selling bred cow
major consignor and
buyer in the sale
FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE • • • FOR SALE
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the Quebec charolais Association and louber Farm would like to
thank every buyer in the charolais eastern national sale
l’association charolais Québec et Ferme louber tiennent á remercier
sincérement tous les acheteurs lors de la Vente nationale de l’est.
Special thanks for purchasing these high sellers:
HIGH SELLING BRED HEIFER
WR 108W: Bar Punch Ranch, Medicine Hat, AB
HIGH SELLING HEIFER CALF
PALE 6Y: LXL Charolais, Haute Aboujagane, NB
HIGH SELLING COW/CALF PAIR
PEEVEE 861U & 186Y: Claude Lemay, Des Lauren and Ferme Palerme
Senc, Gatineau
HIGH SELLING BRED COW
LOUB 192R: Hicks Charolais, Arthur, ON
Thank you to all our buyers:
Harcourt Charolais & Mutrie Farms, SK
Rejean McNeil (2)
Ferme Palerme Senc (3)
Cedar View Charolais (2)
Hicks Charolais, ON (2)
Claude Lemay (8)
Rene Francois Poirier
Ranch Ostiguy Charolais (2)
LXL Charolais, NB (2)
Wilgenbusch Charolais, SK
Beach Valley Farms, ON
ECS Charolais
Ferme Coujo Charolais (2)
Ferme Louber (4)
Bar Punch Ranch, AB
Rejean Champagne (3)
Geoffrey Dumont
Giullaume Gelinas (2)
Yves Raymond
Land O’ Lakes Charolais, ON
Greg Slack, SD
QueBec chArolAis AssociAtion
www.charolaisquebec.qc.ca
and Ferme louBer enr
1630 rg st-martin• ste-marie, PQ G6e 3A8 • Ph 418.387.7514 • cell 418.389.7181 • [email protected]
HUNTER CHAROLAIS TO STERLING COLLECTION
A sample of our six bred heifers selling
HC 14X
HC 3X
3rd Gen Polled
Sparrows Alcatraz x DYV SVY Rio 17P
MXS Montana x Sparrow Serengetti
BW 80 lb., 205 DW 690 lb., 365 DW 1013 lb.
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 637 lb., 365 DW 1005 lb.
Bred April 17 to CS Pld Junction
Bred April 19 to CS Pld Junction
Hunter
CHarolais
HC 62X
3rd Gen Polled, Red Factor
MXS Montana x HEJ Ripper
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 630 lb.,
365 DW 1030 lb.
Bred April 12 to SVY Kaboom
Doug & Marianne, Jim, Kristi & Michael Hunter
Box 569, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0 E: [email protected]
T: 204-937-2531 C: 204-937-7737
See more on our website at huntercharolais.com
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Plan to attend the
1st Hunter CHarolais
Bull sale
april 5th, 2012 at the farm
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Newsletter
Alberta Charolais Association
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ALBERTA SELECT CHAROLAIS BULL
AND FEMALE SHOW & SALE
Red Deer Westerner Agricentre, Red Deer, AB
DECEMBER 2, 2011
• ACA AGM - Noon
• Bull Show - 4:00 p.m.
• Select a Bull - 6:30 p.m.
Purchace a $100 ticket and participate in a chance to win a
Herdsire worth $10,000.
• Banquet & Awards - 7:00 p.m.
DECEMBER 3, 2011
• Parade of Bulls - 10:00 a.m.
• Commercial Pick Your Bull - Noon
• Lunch - 12:30 p.m.
• Sale - 1:30 p.m.
All Alberta commercial producers that had a registered bull
transfered into their name since January 2010 are invited to
come and participate in our Select Show and Sale and register
to win their pick of a free bull worth $10,000.
All rules are on the ACA website at www.albertacharolais.com
For more information contact:
Don Grant
Tim Bullick
403-556-2695
403-350-9858
[email protected]
Alberta Charolais Association
c/o Don Grant
Box 4, Site 13, RR 1, Bowden, AB T0M 0K0
403-556-2695
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Stephen Charolais Farm
Full French offering
at the Alberta Select
Show & Sale
December 3rd, 2011
Red Deer, Alberta
SCF
65X
Jumper x FWC Miss Hedda 8H (Fergus)
Bred to our new herdsire PCFL Bismark 136W
The Jumper females are performance cows; this will be no exception.
SCF
108Y
Novotel x SCF Wynonna 33W (Riotejo)
This good volume heifer calf is out of a first calf heifer.
STEPHEN
CHAROLAIS FARM
Kelly Stephen
Box 26, Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0
(W) 306.435.3548
(H) 306.435.2087
(C) 306.435.7383
[email protected]
SCF
116Y
G4 Acres Stimo 156S x MLR Miss Dragon 37L (Dragon)
Long , smooth heifer off our senior herdsire Stimo.
SCF
114Y
Ritmo x Rollin Acres Xenia 824U (Ultimate)
This fancy Ritmo calf is out of an historically
tremendous producing Ultimate daughter.
ASSOCIATION NEWS
Welcome New Members/Nouveau Membres
September, 2010 – September, 2011
A & L Robbins Ranching Ltd.,
Alvin Robbins, Pincher Creek, AB
Dr. Melanie Roth & Charhead Ranch,
Indian Head, SK
Vikse Family Farm, Dave & Tracee
Vikse, Donalda, AB
Samantha Sperber, Rimbey, AB
Red Ribbon Livestock,
Sara Parkinson, Hillsburgh, ON
Candace Fankhanel, Ferintosh, AB
Charolais Plus, Jean Francois Cardin,
St. Bonaventure, PQ
Colin Fankhanel, Ferintosh, AB
High Rock Farms, Jason & Christine
Van Tol, Peterborough, ON
John Waldner, Central Butte, SK
Laurel Creek Ranch, John Moulding,
Abernathy, SK
Thistle Ridge Ranch, Ben and Carol
Tams, Taber, AB
Holliday Charolais, Rae Holliday,
Woodville, ON
Clarke Cattle Co.,
Kevin Clarke, Dunrobin, ON
John Davis, Peterborough, ON
Victor Hugo Calderon, Mexico
JP Livestock, Joey Parkinson,
Hillsburgh, ON
Knowles Bros. Charolais, Ryan &
David Knowles, Hants County, NS
Lonnie Liedtke, Palmer Rapids, ON
Clay Enterprises, Clifford Knutson,
Wapella, SK
North Fork Cattle Co., Penny
Marchbank, Onslow Mountain, NS
John MacDonell, Judique, NS
Emily Simms, Clarendon, PQ
Peter Heins & Sons Ltd., Wes Heins,
Diamond City, AB
Benjamin Poitras, Dewberry, AB
A and D Charolais, Allan & Derrick
Lord, Codringtron, ON
Melbar Farms, Barry Baldwin,
Ameliasburg, ON
Ross Charolais, Mac and Helen Ross,
Young, SK
Kent Charlton, Hanover, ON
Kerry Fast, Brandon, MB
Julie McFadden, Powassan, ON
Cline Cattle Company, Brad and
Juanita Cline, Belmont, MB
Bill Swenson, Rainer, AB
Ross Charolais, Chris Ross, Young, SK
Karl & Julie Gabriel, Wroxton, SK
White Rocks Charolais,
Gary Harasiuk, Clandonald, AB
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JMB “NOTHIN’ HELD BACK” SALE
Monday, December 19, 2011 • Virden, MB Auction Market • 1:00 p.m.
A truly great program built selectively over a quarter century
605S
CS Mango x
Greenlight
338N
Greenlight x Skyfire
447P
CS Mango x Chardel Steel
THIS GREAT COWHERD IS ONLY AVAILABLE DUE TO HEALTH REASONS.
EVERYTHING UNDER EIGHT YEARS OF AGE IS SELLING.
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On Offer:
20
Herdsire
Prospects
75
Bred Cows
& Heifers
plus
20
Fancy Heifer
Calves
Coming into Peak Production
804U • Dateline Son x Douglas
808U • Dateline Son x Subzero
Young Breds
915W • Dateline Son x Greenlight
41X • Dateline Son
Show Prospect Heifer Calves
Herdsire Prospects
109Y • Dateline Son
107Y • Dateline Son
For more information, a sale catalogue or to tour the herd this fall, feel free to give us a call.
Sale Manager:
Judy Hart & Bert McDonald
204-354-2267
Murray & Marshall McDonald
204-354-2118
Helge and Candace By
Res. 306-584-7937
Helge cell 306-536-4261
Candace cell 306-536-3374
[email protected]
Watch for the catalogue online at www.charolaisbanner.com
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MORE CATTLE AVERAGE STEADY
Uppin’ the Ante Sale
Uppin’ the Ante Sale
September 24, 2011 • Guelph, ON
Gross Average
3 Cow/Calf Pairs
$14,400
$4,800
9 Bred Cows
26,000
2,889
20 Bred Heifers
57,450
2,873
19 Heifer Calves
54,000
2,842
51 Lots
$151,850
$2,977
Auctioneer: Carl Wright
Blockman: Chester Tupling
Fourteen consignors participated
in this 6th Annual event. The quality
was higher and more consistent than
last year and with 10 more lots the
sale was steady and solid. The sale
included a herd reduction for
Gold-Bar Livestock and saw cattle
sell into four provinces.
High Selling Cow/Calf Pairs
Lot 3, WHISKEY HOLLOW
UPLIFT 25U (Double Polled), sired
by HFCC Pld Evolution 5L, out of a
Hicks Lex 13L daughter, bred to
PCFL Ultimate14R. Sold for $3,700 to
Rollin’ Acres Charolais, Shelburne.
Consigned by Whiskey Hollow Cattle
Co., Norwood.
Lot 3A, WHC YASMIN 5Y
(84 lb. BW), sired by Rollinacres
Manohman808U. Sold for $1,900 to
Kevin & Anissa Krakar, Vanessa.
Lot 4, CORNERVIEW
WORLDCLASS 26W (3rd Gen.
Polled, 99 YW EPD), sired by
Sparrows Coach 467S, out of an
HTA Whitehot 105A daughter, bred
to STA Gibson’s Finest 3X. Sold for
$3,400 to Rockin’ Bar A Charolais,
Rivers, MB. Consigned by
Cornerview Charolais, Cobden.
Lot 4A, Cornerview Yazmin 16Y
(3rd Gen. Polled), sired by TLC
Integrity 5087P. Sold for $1,600 to to
Kevin & Anissa Krakar.
High Selling Bred Cow
Lot 5, MEDONTE RISQUE 7R
(Polled), sired by SVY Freedom Pld
307N, out of an SVC Futurist 809X
daughter, bred to TR Mr Firewater
5792R. Sold for $4,200 to CM
Livestock, Honeywood. Consigned
by Medonte Charolais, Hillsdale.
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High Selling
Bred Heifers
Lot 17,
MEDONTE
XTEERNAL
AFFAIRS 5X
(3rd Gen. Polled,
80 YW EPD),
sired by SVY
Colin Montroy
Freedom Pld
bought the high
307N, out of a
selling bred cow
Sparrows
Eldorado 361L daughter, bred to TR
Mr Firewater 5792R. Sold for $6,000
to Elder Charolais, Coronach, SK.
Consigned by Medonte Charolais.
Lot 25, PCFL CHEYANNE 9X (Full
French), sired by PCFL Wildfire 9T,
out of a PCFL Texas Rio 136P
daughter. Sold for $6,000 to Stephens
Charolais, Moosomin, SK. Consigned
by Rollin’ Acres Charolais.
High Selling Heifer Calves
Lot 36, ROLLIN ACRES WHY
NOT 6Y (Full French), sired by PCFL
Whisky-Jack 21T, out of a PCFL
Omega 33J daughter. Sold for $5,200
to Stephens Charolais. Consigned by
Rollin’ Acres Charolais.
Lot 46, CORNERVIEW YANNA
26Y (3rd Gen. Polled, 3rd Gen. Red),
sired by Harvie Crystal D Trigger
35T, out of an HEJ Ripper 66P
daughter. Sold for $3,600 to Langstaff
Charolais, Wallaceburg. Consigned
by Cornerview Charolais.
Lot 39, CORNERVIEW YOLANDA
13Y (3rd Gen. Polled), sired by
Sparrows Coach 467S, out of a
Whitewater Paymaster 3P daughter.
Sold for $3,400 to Louber Farms,
Ste-Marie, QC. Consigned by
Cornerview Charolais.
Lot 43, CORNERVIEW YANNIS
18Y (Double Polled), sired by
Sparrows Coach 467S, out of a PCC
Patriot 418P daughter. Sold for $3,400
to Kirlene Cattle Co., Brighton.
Consigned by Cornerview Charolais.
Kelly Stephens
bought the high
selling bred heifer
and heifer calf
Chester Tupling was
consignor, selector,
blockman & buyer
Brian Coughlin, Ron Elder, Donna Ross &
Gord Tomlinson visit after the sale
Pat McCaskie & Family took two show heifer
calves
Chloe, Wayne, Sara & Joey Parkinson sweep
the ring on two good heifer calves
Arlene Hakkesteegt & Doug Briggs were
both consignors and buyers
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DRD CHAROLAIS DISPERSAL SALE
SaTurdaY, deCemBer 17TH, 2011 • HearTLaNd LiveSTOCk, reGiNa, Sk
100 HEAD SELL:
40 Cow/Calf Pairs • 10 Bred Cows • 6 Bred Heifers • 3 Herdbulls
most are Polled • many red Factors
Hard
WOrkiNG
mOTHerS
7N – Cigar x Handyman • Big milking producer
4P – Granite x Bravo • Outcross foundation of a great cow family
Bred
HeiFerS
THaT WiLL
WOrk
336X • Tan performance
500X – Nobleman x Seismic • Style and colour
GreaT
CaLF CrOP
HiGHLiGHTS
THe PrOGram
14Y – Sudoku x Whitehot Lad• Fancy show prospect
350Y – Sudoku x Barbwire • Could be the best bull we have raised
See him at Agribition
For more information or to receive a catalogue, contact:
DRD
Charolais
Sale manager:
don railton
Box 91, Sintaluta, Sk S0G 4N0
306-727-4927 • [email protected]
Helge and Candace By • 306-584-7937
H cell 306-536-4261 • C cell 306-536-3374
[email protected]
Watch for the catalogue online at www.bylivestock.com
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MANAGEMENT
A Guide to Udder & Teat Scoring Beef Cows
Dr. Rick Rasby, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Introduction
The conformation of a beef cow’s
teats and udder are important in a
profitable cow/calf enterprise.
Females with poor udder and teat
conformation are a management
challenge for commercial cow/calf
producers.
Cattle producers do not have the
time or labor to manage around cows
that need intervention at calving to
physically “milk-out” a quarter(s) so
that the calf can suckle or to save the
quarter from infection. Research
findings in two experiments indicates
that the occurrence of clinical mastitis
in beef cow herds was 17.5% and
11.9% resulting in a reduction in
weaning weights of 12.5% and 7.3%,
respectively.
Poor udder and teat conformation
can potentially lead to increased calf
sickness as teats may be
contaminated with mud and debris
from a lot or calving area before the
calf suckles.
Although selecting and culling
based on conformation of teats and
udders may be considered
convenience trait selection, selecting
against poor teats and udders
increases profit potential by
increasing calf performance, reducing
calf sickness, increasing longevity of
the cow, and reducing labor inputs.
Udder and teat conformation is
moderately heritable (h2 of udder
attachment = 0.2 to 0.3; h2 of teat size
= 0.5), so enhancing teat and udder
quality can be accomplished by
Panel 1: Median suspensory ligament providing various levels of udder support
Drawing 1: Prominent median suspensory ligament holds the udder tight to the body cavity. Teats are
suspended perpendicular to the ground.
Drawing 2: Intermediately prominent median suspensory ligament suspends the udder farther from the body
cavity. The udder is suspended about level with the hock and almost perpendicular to the ground.
Drawing 3: With a very weak median suspensory ligament, the udder and teats are suspended below the
hock. When the udder and teats are engorged with milk, teats splay outward.
Drawing 4: The median suspensory ligament is absent. The udder and teats are suspended below the hocks.
The udder balloons and the teats splay outward.
Panel 2: Ideal udder suppension from a side view
selecting bulls whose female
offspring have good teat and udder
conformation and by not selecting
replacement heifers from dams that
have marginal teat and udder
conformation. When selecting bulls
from your seedstock provider,
request the udder score of his dam or
visually appraise the udder of the
dam to help reduce undesirable
udder conformation in your herd.
Udder Suspension and Teat Size
A strong median suspensory
ligament is essential for udder
conformation. A weak median
suspensory ligament results in a
lowing of the floor of the udder,
sometimes below the hock which
makes it more difficult for the calf to
nurse and the teats may drag in the
mud when the cow walks, and the
teats may be suspended inward or
outward when filled with milk
instead of straight down.
In Panel 1 are drawings of different
median suspensory line which
illustrates the strength and
importance of this ligament. The
median suspensory line/ligament in
Drawing 1 is pronounced and would
be considered ideal. This type of
attachment should allow for the
udder to be carried above the hock
for many years and teats suspended
perpendicular to the ground when fill
of milk.
Drawings 2 and 3 in Panel 1
illustrate different degrees of
prominence the median suspensory
ligament with the suspensory line in
drawing 2 being more pronounced
and more favorable than that
illustrated in Drawing 3. Notice as
the median suspensory ligament
becomes less prominent (weaker) the
udder begins to “sag” below the
hock, the teats suspend closer to the
ground. Also notice, as the ligament
becomes weaker, the teats tend to
splay outward from each quarter.
This is more pronounced when the
udder is engorged with milk.
Drawing 4 in Panel 1 illustrates
continued on page 28
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poor udder suspension and no
evidence of a median line. In this
situation, the udder will be
suspended below the hock and teats
will not suspend perpendicular from
the ground when filled with milk.
Drawings in Panel 2 illustrate ideal
udder suspension from a side view.
The ideal udder is tight to the body
cavity. The floor of the udder should
be level. The four quarters should be
level from the side and rear. Some
udders will slope downward from
front to rear, which is less than ideal,
and rear udder attachment needs to
be high. As the median suspensory
ligament becomes less pronounced, the
udder floor becomes more rounded.
Common teat sizes and
conformations are illustrated in Panel
3. Teats should be medium in length
and cylindrical in appearance. The
diameter should also be consistent
from the top of the teat to the bottom
with the end of the teat being rounded.
The teats should be placed in the
middle of each quarter and point
perpendicular to the ground. In panel
2 are drawings typical teat
conformations. The ideal teat is
medium in length, cylindrical in
appearance with rounded ends
(Panel 3, drawings 1, 2, 3, and 4).
Less than ideal teats are less
symmetrical and of different sizes
and thickness (Panel 3, drawings 5, 6,
and 7); are long, pointed, and
different sizes (Panel 3, drawing 8),
thick, funnel shaped (panel 3,
drawing 9), or a combination of thick
funnel to thick pear shape (Panel 3,
drawing 10).
Panel 3: Common teat sizes and conformations
Teats should suspend perpendicular
to the ground from the middle of
each quarter when they are filled
with milk. Sometimes teats will point
inward or outward when filled with
milk which is less than ideal.
As teat length lengthens and udder
suspension becomes weaker, teats are
positioned closer to the ground making
it more difficult for the new-born calf
to suckle and there is increased
chance for teat contamination from
the mud or other debris.
A Description of Scoring Udder
Suspension and Teat Size
The ideal time to udder score beef
cows is within the first 24 to 48 hours
after calving as she begins to freshen.
Udder conformation will decline as
the female ages, but do not take age
into account when assigning an
udder score.
The following udder scoring
system was developed by the Beef
Improvement Federation. This
scoring system categorizes udder
suspension and teat size. A teat score
of 9 (very tight, highly desirable) to 1
(pendulous, not desirable) for udder
suspension and a score of 9 (very
small) to 1 (very large) for teat size.
The BIF scoring system doesn’t
account for teat and udder
pigmentation. Pigmentation is
desirable as it is a guard against
sunburn of the teat and udder that
can be caused by direct sunshine or
reflection of the sun off snow.
Scoring Udder Suspension
Udder suspension is illustrated in
Panel 4 associated with the BIF
Udder Suspension Score. The tighter
to the body cavity that the udder is
placed, the more desirable. This
allows for the calf to more easily to
locate the teats and it is less likely for
the teats to drag in the mud.
Udder Suspension Score 9: The
udder is placed tight to the body
cavity, well above the hocks and close
to the body cavity. The quarters are
mostly level from the side and rear
view. The udder has high rear
attachment and the median
suspensory ligament is pronounced.
Panel 4; Drawing 1.
Udder Suspension Score 7: Similar
to an udder suspension score of 9,
but the udder is suspended slightly
farther from the body cavity. The
median suspensory ligament is
pronounced keeping the udder level
Panel 4: Udder suspension scoring system
Drawing 1: Very tight, very pronounced median suspensory ligament. Udder suspension score = 9.
Drawing 2: Tight attachment, pronounced suspensory ligament. Udder suspension score = 7.
Drawing 3: Intermediate attachment. Udder suspension score = 5.
Drawing 4: Loose attachment, weak median suspensory ligament. Udder suspension score = 3.
Drawing 5: Very loose and pendulous attachment, very weak median suspensory ligament. Udder suspension score = 1.
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and suspending the teats
perpendicular to the ground and
above the hock. Because the medium
suspensory ligament is pronounced,
the teats suspend perpendicular to
the ground when filled with milk.
Panel 4; Drawing 2.
Udder Suspension Score 5: The
medium suspensory ligament is less
pronounced and the udder is
suspended farther from the body
cavity. The teats begin to splay
slightly outward when engorged
with milk because of the weaker
ligament. Also the quarters may not
be level. An udder suspension score
of 5 is likely the commercial cow
average score. Panel 4; Drawing 3.
Udder Suspension Score 3: The
median suspensory ligament is vague
resulting in loose attachment of the
udder. The udder is suspended down
to the hocks of the cow meaning that
the teats reside below the hock. The
quarters are not level and teats splay
in an outward direction that is very
pronounced when engorged with
milk. Intervention may be required at
calving. Replacement heifer retention
from these dams is discouraged.
Panel 4; Drawing 4.
Udder Suspension Score 1: The
median suspensory ligament is
absent resulting in a loose and
pendulous attachment of the udder.
The udder suspends below the hocks
and teats reside below the hock. The
quarters are not level and teats are
not perpendicular to the ground
when filled with milk. Intervention is
required at calving. Intervention
definitely required to avoid a spoiled
quarter or mastitis. Replacements
should not be kept from these dams
and producers should cull these
cows. Panel 4; Drawing 5.
Scoring Test Size
Teat size can vary considerably.
Panel 5 is drawings of teat sizes
associated with the BIF scoring
system. As teat size becomes smaller,
more symmetrical, and more central
in placement on the quarter, it is
more desirable. Teat size can be
generally categorized as very small,
small, intermediate, large, and very
large. It is seldom that cattle have the
very small teat size. More common
are the small, intermediate, and
large teat size. As teat size becomes
larger they tend to be thicker, less
symmetrical, and suspend below
Panel 5: teat size and udder conformation scoring system
the hock.
Teat Score 9: Teats are very small
in length, rounded at the ends, and
symmetrical. Teats are located in the
center of the quarters and face
perpendicular to the ground. Panel 5;
Drawing 1.
Teat Score 7: Similar to teat score of
9, but the teats are longer. Teats are
located in the center of the quarters
and face perpendicular to the ground.
Panel 5; Drawing 2.
Teat Score 5: Teats are longer,
larger in diameter, appear to be
thicker, and are less symmetrical
compared to teat size 9, 8, 7, and 6.
They may not be perpendicular to the
ground or centered on the quarters.
Panel 5; Drawing 3.
Teat Score 3: The teats are long and
large in diameter, appear thicker, and
not symmetrical. They may appear to
be funnel shaped. The teats may
appear to begin to balloon at the
point of attachment to the quarter.
Because the teats are long, they are
usually suspended below the hock.
When engorged with milk, teats will
not be perpendicular to the ground.
Intervention is usually required at
calving. Replacement heifer retention
continued on page 32
Drawing 1: Teat size is very small and symmetrical. Teat size score = 9.
Drawing 2: Teat size is small and symmetrical. Teat size score = 7.
Drawing 3: Teat size is intermediate in length; still have symmetry. Teat size score = 5.
Drawing 4: Teat size is large, variable in length and symmetry. Teat size score = 3.
Drawing 5: Teat size is very large, variable in length and symmetry. Teats appear to be thick. Teat size score = 1.
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INTERNATIONAL SHOW NEWS
Sharodon Farms Top New York
State Show
The Burgomasters trailered to the New
York State Fair in Syracuse, New York on
August 28th. They won Grand Champion
Bull and Reserve Grand Champion Female.
Reserve Grand Champion Bull was a
Gerrard Montazuma from Comptons of New
York and the Grand Champion Female was a
D R Revelation daughter from Faraway
Farms of Virginia.
Sharodon Farms received Premier Breeder and Exhibitor
Grand Champion Bull – SHARODON WYATT 3W (LT Bluegrass)
Reserve Grand Champion Female – SHARODON YUPPIE 3W
(Sharodon Wyatt 3W)
OBITUARY
Calvin Gibson
1934 – 2011
Calvin Gibson
of Cartwright,
MB, passed
away August
8th after a long
and hard fought
battle with multiple myeloma cancer
and kidney failure at the age of 77.
Calvin will be lovingly remembered
by his wife of 57 years, Christena and
their children Shane and Melanie,
Sherry and Boyd Mullin and daughter-inlaw Pat and grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and extended family.
Calvin was born in Killarney,
Manitoba, in 1934. After completing
his schooling in Holmfield, Calvin
began farming. He worked in
Sherridan and Lynn Lake, Manitoba
the first two winters and in Atikokan,
Ontario, the following winter. Along
with the grain farming, Calvin also
enjoyed cattle and spent many years
raising and selling purebreds under
the name Double C Charolais until
they dispersed their herd in 1996. In
later years once he retired from
farming, he worked for Ecusta Fibre
buying flax straw and for Shur-Gro
at the anhydrous plant in Mather. In
2002, after being on the farm fifty
years Calvin and Christena moved to
Cartwright. Calvin enjoyed each day
as it came and lived life to the fullest.
He never missed an opportunity to
visit and socialize with friends and
family. He enjoyed playing softball,
curling, golfing and a game of pool.
He also enjoyed gardening, country
music, dancing and travelling with
family. He was fortunate to have
taken trips to the east and west coast
as well as Hawaii, Florida, Arizona,
New Zealand, Australia and the
Dominican Republic.
UDDER SCORING, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 29
from these dams is discouraged.
Panel 5; Drawing 4.
Teat Score 1: The teats are long,
appear thick, and usually large and
funnel/pear shaped. Teats suspend
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well below the hock which makes it
difficult for a new-born calf to find,
attach, and suckle. Intervention is
required at calving. Intervention
definitely required to avoid a spoiled
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quarter or mastitis. Replacements
should not be kept from these dams
and producers should cull these
females from the herd. Panel 5;
Drawing 5.
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Saskatchewan Charolais
Association 2011 Shows
33rd Annual
~ Pfizer Stockade Roundup ~
Charolais Show
Friday, November 4
~ Stockade Lady Show ~
~ Canadian Western Agribition ~
Move in times:
Friday, November 18 to Sunday, November 20
All Exhibitors must be in place Sunday by 8 p.m.
Weigh in time Sunday, November 20th – 1 p.m.
Thursday, November 3 – 6 p.m.
(Current Year Heifers)
Canadian Western Agribition First Lady Classic
Tuesday, November 22 – 11 a.m.
~ King of the Ring ~
Canadian Western Agribition Sale
Thursday, November 24 – 3 p.m.
Contact: Greg Gilliland (306) 928-4841
Friday, November 4 – 5 p.m.
(Current Year Bulls)
~ Supreme Show ~
Friday, November 4 - 7:30 p.m.
~ Commercial Cattle Show & Sale ~
Show: Friday, November 5 – 11 a.m.
Sale: Friday, November 51 – 1 p.m.
Contact: Lloydminster Exhibition Association
(306) 825-5571 or www.lloydexh.com
~ Saskatoon Fall Fair ~
Charolais Show
Thursday, November 10 – 2 p.m.
Supreme Show
Friday, November 11 – 6 p.m.
Señor Challenge
Wednesday, November 9 – 7 p.m.
Cinderella Classic
Thursday, November 10 – 7 p.m.
Conexus Bred Heifer Jackpot
Thursday, November 10 – 6 p.m.
Contact: Mike McAvoy – (306) 237-4464
Canadian Western Agribition Charolais Show
Friday November 25 – 2:30 p.m.
Judge: Darren Paget
Entries Close On-Line – October 15
Contact: Dennis Metz (306) 731-2800
Commercial Cattle & Bull Pen Alley Show
Friday, November 25 – 9 a.m.
Entries Close: Bull Pens – October 15
Entries Close: Commercial Cattle – Nov. 1
Royal Bank Supreme Challenge
Saturday November 26 – 4 p.m.
A block of rooms have been reserved
for SCA members at the
Quality Inn and West Harvest Inn.
Deadline for the rooms is October 21/2011.
Reserve your rooms now.
Rate increases following deadline.
Contact: Donna Ross (306) 267-4986
The SCA B of D would like to thank the CCYA and their team of helpers for their hard work and excellent preparation for the SCA Annual General Meeting in Saskatoon in conjunction with their conference.
Thanks to Dave Blechinger for all his work and to our membership for their support.
Check out all that’s happening in the province on the SCA WEBPAGE on the Charolais Banner website
President: Orland Walker
Box 235, Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Ph/Fax (306) 865-3953
Vice President: Donna Ross
Box 81, Coronach SK S0H 0Z0
Ph (306) 267-4986
Secetary/Treas.: Dave Blechinger
Box 6, Rosetown, SK S0L 2V0
Ph (306) 882-4081
Layne Evans
Box 390 Kenaston, SK S0G 2N0
Ph/Fax (306) 252-2246
Greg Gilliland
Box 254, Carievale, SK S0C 0P0
Ph (306) 928-4841
Glen Mangels
R.R. #1, Arborfield, SK S0E 0A0
(306) 769-4132
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Mike McAvoy
Box 93, Arelee, SK S0K 0H0
Ph (306) 237-4464
Dennis Metz
Box 218, Lumsden, SK S0G 3C0
Ph/Fax (306) 731-2800
Carey Weinbender
Box 1809, Canora, SK S0A 0L0
(306) 563-6678
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HERD HEALTH
Draxxin – an Antibiotic for
Treatment or Prevention
of Pneumonia
Roy Lewis DVM
Several
sustained release products are on the
Canadian market for use in cattle.
These are setting a new standard for
the way we treat pneumonic calves in
Canadian feedlots. Time will tell how
they fit into our treatment protocols.
This article will give you the facts
about one which has been around for
a few years.
This product is called Draxxin,
which is short for “duration of action”.
It was developed by the pharmaceutical
company Pfizer. There seemed a need
to develop a very long acting product
as multiple doses of long duration
products like Nuflor or Micotil were
sometimes given in feedlots. The
active ingredient is Tulathromycin. It
has an extremely long half-life, which
means the time it takes for half the
product to still remain in the animal’s
system. The half life is 184 hours in
the lungs allowing it at
recommended dosage (1.25 cc per 50
kg or 1.1cc per 100 lbs) to maintain
activity against specific bacteria ten
days or longer. This was an unheard
of length of time in the animal health
industry until it was launched.
This antibiotic was discovered
October 31, 1996. You may wonder
why it took this long to get to market
(10 years), but various trials both for
efficacy and safety were necessary
and with such long duration it had to
be proven there were no harmful
effects on good bacteria or that
resistance would not develop on
organisms harmful to humans such
as salmonella or ecoli. All this took
about six years to prove and then the
regulatory process took an additional
four years. Most of the regulatory
work happened in 2006, which is
why the product was out in the
European Union in 2003 and in the
USA last year. This regulatory process
is painfully slow in Canada and costs
the whole industry money, but
enough said.
The compound in Draxxin has
some very good qualities especially
for our Canadian climate. It is very
syringeable having the consistency of
water yet is very stable and will not
freeze until well below –15C. It will
come in a clear bottle since UV light
does not affect it as well. It has an
affinity for lung tissue so concentrates
there making it effective on pneumonias.
It is absorbed very quickly from the
site (within 30 minutes) with only
minor swelling evident occasionally.
It is given subcutaneously and has
been proven very safe. When tested
in rats after 60 days there was no
significant effect on reproductive rate
so should be very safe as well on
calves destined as breeding stock. It
is totally safe when given to pigs and
pigs surprisingly enough are test
models for humans. If given
intravenously there are no deleterious
effects. Accidental injections should
be safe in humans but that is no
excuse for being careless. In most
cases dirty needles and the size of the
needle is what commonly causes the
problem in accidental human
injections. We should be careful with
any product we handle or inject and
use the one-handed technique to
inject wherever possible.
The withdrawal for slaughter is 44
days. In Canada they arrive at a safe
level of the drug in meat bearing in
mind our testing procedures now can
measure out into parts per trillion.
That amount is calculated back to a
60 kg human (small person) eating
500 grams of muscle daily which is a
lot of meat every single day. All this
in the interests of being very safe. In
the United States they use the same
calculations but base it on only eating
300 grams of muscle and the detectable
levels are slightly higher. That is why
the same product in the States at the
same dosage and delivery has a
withdrawal of only 18 days.
With any new products these days’
specific things are mentioned on the
label. Baytril a potent drug for
pneumonia must only be given as the
second drug of choice as in a relapse
situation. With Draxxin it can be
given in a group situation when a
diagnosis of pneumonia has been
made or the calves are highly stressed
and likely to contract pneumonia as
determined by your veterinarian. We
call this giving it metaphylactically
just before an outbreak of respiratory
disease is suspected.
In the trial work to prove
effectiveness against pneumonia very
sick cattle were treated. This product
did prove statistically significant in
the relapse rate as well as the overall
death loss compared to some very
good antibiotics. Although not on the
label it also shows effectiveness
against the mycoplasma organism if
given early enough.
The total cost to get a product
approved in Canada now approaches
100 million dollars, so there is no
wonder why it is expensive, but
very comparable or cheaper to
contemporary’s on a per treatment
day basis. Applications for a patent
must be made before submission to
the regulatory authorities. The clock
then starts ticking. Patents last
twenty years so if products take half
that or better to get to market it is no
wonder they are expensive as
companies try and recoup their
development costs.
One always asks the questions with
all these apparently superior drugs
on the market why do morbidity and
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CANADIAN CHAROLAIS YOUTH ASSOCIATION NEWS
Fall Reminders
Kirstin Sparrow, Treasurer
I am your
newly elected
treasurer on the
National Board.
I have sat on
the national
board previously as a Saskatchewan
director, and am very excited about
the year to come! I am currently
attending SIAST in Saskatoon, in my
first year of a Nursing Degree.
I would like to thank everyone for
coming out to Saskatoon for CCYA 2011.
It was definitely the highlight of my
summer, as I am sure it was for many
of you! Make sure that CCYA 2012 in
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President: Michael Hunter
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Vice-President: Luke Marshall
[email protected]
Treasurer: Kirstin Sparrow
[email protected]
Alberta is marked on your calendar!
The National Board is well
underway with plans for this year. As
you may know, the fall brings programs
for the youth such as the annual
Semen Auction at Agribition and the
Genetics program.
As treasurer, it is my job to look after
the Semen Auction held annually at
the Agribition National Sale.
Charolais breeders generously donate
straws of semen before hand, then
during the sale they’re auctioned off,
and all proceeds go towards our
youth. This is a great fundraiser for
the National Board, and we appreciate
Secretary: Sarah Weinbender
[email protected]
Director: Autumn Jackson
[email protected]
Director: Travis Jozwiak
[email protected]
Director: Candace Alexander
[email protected]
Director: Michael Hogg
any and all donations! I look forward to
seeing you there.
In the next few weeks make sure
to watch the mail for your fall edition
of the Canadian Charolais Youth
newsletter, including updates from
all of your National Board reps. Also,
a reminder to always be checking
out our youth website at
youth.charolais.com/index.html for
information and updates!
Watch for your National Board reps
during the fall shows. If we don’t
know you, we would love to meet you,
or if we already have had the
pleasure I’m sure it is time to catch up!
[email protected]
CCYA 2011 Conference Executive
President: Brandon Sparrow
Vice-Pres: Sarah Weinbender
Secretary: Kirstin Sparrow
Treasurer: Katie MacMillan
CCYA Provincial Presidents
AB: Russell Gallelli 403-804-7442
MB: Haylan Jackson 204-564-2547
ON: Candace Alexander 519-353-5029
SK: Brandon Sparrow 306-292-9820
CCYA Provincial Advisors
SK: Darwin Rosso 306-693-2384
ON: Katrina Coughlin 613-897-0044
MB: Donna Jackson 204-564-2547 / Barb
Airey 204-328-7103
AB: Loretta Paget 780-877-3985
Youth Coordinator: Katrina Coughlin
[email protected]
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mortality not seem to change that much. There are several
reasons for this. Our genetics have increased growth rates
4C
causing greater physiological stress and immune
suppression. Some calves are now gaining over five
pounds daily. Nutrition to maximize these genetics have
greater concentrates in the diet increasing acidity and in
Purebred Cowherd Dispersal
some cases leading to digestive upsets and more
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pneumonia. With larger feeding operations I believe
labour is scarcer and staff look after greater amounts
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sometimes in the order of 5000-10,000 head per checker.
There is also bound to be a greater concentration or
organisms in larger feedlots and calves are sourced from
further away. There is often no opportunity to delay
purchases because of weather or secure preconditioned
cattle and cattle come from multiple sources.
All these factors lead to a greater and greater likelihood
for cattle to get sick. Thus metapylaxis may be a viable
option and it does reduce morbidity and mortality.
Discuss it with your herd veterinarian.
In our practise I see this drug used for sure on stressed
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MCLEOD LIVESTOCK WINS
Olds Fall Classic Charolais Show
2011 Olds Fall Classic Charolais Show
October 1, 2011 • Olds, AB
Alberta Designate Show
20 Entries, (A BOSS show)
Judges: Vern & Denise Lafrentz, Bienfait, SK
Females Born in 2011
1. CML PLD GINNY 16Y (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T), McLeod Livestock,
Cochrane; 2. ML FIREFLY 14Y
(Sparrows Sanchez 715T) McLeod
Livestock; 3. JIL DREAM GIRL 117Y
(SSL Stauffers Solution Pld 38W),
Future Farms, Innisfail; 4. JIL
BEAUTY QUEEN 7Y (HEJ PTO 74U),
Future Farms; 5. GENESIS PLD
SENSATION 6Y (SVY Silversmith
PLD 903W), Genesis Livestock Intl.
Crossfield.
Heifer Calf Champion
CML PLD GINNY 16Y,
McLeod Livestock
Reserve Heifer Calf Champion
ML FIREFLY 14Y, McLeod Livestock
Females Born in 2010
1. CML PLD GINNY 1X (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T) McLeod Livestock; 2.
JIL COOL N’ CLASSY 26X (LCF Cool
Whip 411R), Future Farms; 3.
GENESIS TRISHA 6X (HFCC PLD
Bond 19L), Genesis Livestock Intl.
Junior Champion Female
CML PLD GINNY 1X,
McLeod Livestock
Reserve Junior Female
JIL COOL N’ CLASSY 26X,
Future Farms
Females Born in 2009 with Calf
1. JIL SHOW ME OFF 7W (LCF Cool
Whip 411R, calf-JIL Red Smoke 3W),
Future Farms.
Females Born Prior to 2009 with Calf
1. CML PLD GINNY 6U (Merit
Vintage 4065P, calf-Sparrows Sanchez
715T), McLeod Livestock; 2. HARVIE
FIREFLY 14T (Harvie Stinger 2R,
calf-Sparrows Sanchez 715T),
McLeod Livestock.
Senior Champion Female
CML PLD GINNY 6U,
McLeod Livestock
Senior Champion Female
HARVIE FIREFLY 14T,
McLeod Livestock
Grand Champion Female
CML PLD GINNY 6U,
McLeod Livestock
Reserve Grand Champion Female
CML PLD GINNY 1X,
McLeod Livestock
Bulls Born in 2011
1. CML ENCORE 4Y (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T), McLeod Livestock; 2.
HARVIE SHAKE ME DOWN 98Y
(Pleasant Dawn Spawn 765W),
Harvie Ranching, Olds; 3. JIL LOCK
N’ LOAD 113Y (Bar Diamond Hank
22M), Future Farms; 4. GENESIS PLD
PRECISION 15Y (SVY Silversmith
PLD 903W), Genesis Livestock Intl.;
5. JIL SMOKE SHOW 12Y (JIL Red
Smoke 3W), Future Farms.
Bull Calf Champion
CML ENCORE 4Y, McLeod Livestock
Reserve Bull Calf Champion
HARVIE SHAKE ME DOWN,
Harvie Ranching
Bulls Born in 2010
1 JIL CAT TRACK 23X (Bar Diamond
Hank 22M), Future Farms; 2 JIL
GOLDEN EAGLE 99X (JS Riggins
6R), Future Farms.
Junior Champion Bull
JIL CAT TRACK 23X, Future Farms
Reserve Junior Champion Bull
JIL GOLDEN EAGLE 99X,
Future Farms
Grand Champion Bull
CML ENCORE 4Y, McLeod Livestock
Reserve Grand Champion Bull
HARVIE SHAKE ME DOWN,
Harvie Ranching
Breeder’s Herd
1. McLeod Livestock; 2. Future
Farms; 3. Genesis Livestock Intl.
Grand Champion Female – CML PLD
GINNY 6U, McLeod Livestock
Grand Champion Bull – CML ENCORE 4Y,
McLeod Livestock
Reserve Grand Champion Female – CML
PLD GINNY 1X, McLeod Livestock
Reserve Grand Champion Bull – HARVIE
SHAKE ME DOWN, Harvie Ranching
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Get of Sire
1. McLeod Livestock (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T); 2. Genesis Livestock
Intl. (SVY Silversmith 903W).
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OBITUARY
Robert Digby
1939 – 2011
Robert Digby,
of Dropmore,
Manitoba,
passed away
suddenly on
August 3, 2011
at Pyott’s West Campground, on Lake
of the Prairies, Manitoba.
Next to family, one of the most
important things in Bob’s life was the
Charolais business. The purchase of
three purebred Charolais cows in
1978, followed shortly by the
purchase of a herd of Full French
females was the start of Bob and
Elaine Digby’s “Rolling D Charolais”
herd. As the Canadian Charolais
industry grew, so did Bob’s love of
Charolais cattle.
Bob served on both the Manitoba
and Canadian Charolais Association’s
board of directors and is a past
president of the Manitoba Charolais
Association. Bob and Elaine have
attended many Canadian and
Manitoba Charolais events, most
currently the CCA AGM and tours of
PEI and Nova Scotia in June 2011.
Bob and Elaine have been honoured
with the Manitoba Pioneer Breeders
award and the CCA Honour Roll.
Rolling D Charolais was a founding
member of the Hi-Weigh Breeders,
WestMan Breeders, Roblin Test
Station, and the Family Tradition Bull
Sale, which has been held on the
Rolling D farm for the past eight years.
Fellow cattlemen know that there
was nobody more passionate than
Bob on the qualities of Charolais,
however what he truly loved about
the cattle industry was the people. He
treated each and every person with
sincerity and honesty and valued the
relationships he had with his
customers, many of whom became
very close friends. Bob was proud of
the herd of cows that he raised and
he loved to take you on a tour of his
pastures or show you through his
bull pen.
Bob is survived by his wife of over 50
years, Elaine, his five children, Cheryl
& Ron (Funk), Brian & Robyn (Benson),
Donna & Carman (Jackson), Barb &
Ray (Airey), Jason & Jody (Shwaluk).
Bob was predeceased by
grandchildren Breanne Digby and
Clark Elder, and was laid to rest in
the Castleavery Cemetery; casket
bearers were his 13 grandchildren
and great grandson.
Bob will be sadly missed.
OBITUARY
Charles Watson Sr.
1923 – 2011
Charles
Ferguson
Watson Sr.,
founder of
Wat-Cha Farms,
Mount Forest,
Ontario, which started in the 1960s,
passed away July 29th at the age of 87.
Lovingly remembered by his wife
Lynn of 28 years. Sadly missed by his
daughter Shirley Watson and step
sons Gregory and Scott Morgan.
Cherished granddaughter Cierra
Lyanna Watson, grandson Charles H.
L. Watson. Lovingly remembered by
his great granddaughter Kennedy,
and future great grandchild of Cierra.
Predeceased by his first wife Ethel
Gandy (1980), son Charles John
(2006), granddaughter Cheyenne
(1979), and siblings.
Charles was the co-founder of Peel-
Elder Ltd., actively involved in real
estate development, mining
operations and the hospitality
industry. He proudly served his
country during World War II and will
always be remembered for his
entrepreneurial spirit and
philanthropic work.
Charles started in the Charolais
business in 1969 with the purchase of
two full French heifers. The following
year they started importing from
France and in 1975 they were the
largest single importer in Canada
purchasing 47 head in that year
alone. Before long there were 200
head of Full French and purebred
cows making their home at Wat-Cha.
Wat-Cha Farms were ardent
promoters of the breed and showing.
Charles was proud to have never
missed an Agribition from its
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inception to the mid 2000s. They had
National Champion Female at
Agribition in 1985 with Wat-Cha
Rumour, National Champion Bull in
2005 with Wat-Cha Nth Degree. They
were premier breeder and exhibitor
numerous times at both Agribition
and especially the Toronto Royal
show; where they always took very
large strings and won more
Championships than any other
breeder in history. Charles also did
his part by being a director on the
OCA board and was CCA convention
chairman when it was held in
Toronto in 1973.
He was a true leader in promoting
the breed, supporting the CCA and in
continuing to blaze the trail started
by our Charolais pioneers so many
years ago.
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OBITUARY
Clayton Carroll
1920 – 2011
Clayton Carroll
passed away
Aug. 28th at the
age of 91. He
and his wife
Norma owned
Carroll Canyon Ranch south of Calgary.
Clayton was a member of the Charolais
Association from 1969 to 2006.
Clayton was born on the family
farm at Nevis, Alberta, in 1920. He
moved with his family to Calgary in
1935. Clayton graduated from SAIT
in 1940 after completing a two-year
automotive service technology
course, and was the first person to
donate $1 million to the polytechnic.
The Clayton Carroll Automotive Centre
on the SAIT campus, completed in
2002, was named in his honour.
After working at a munitions plant
during the Second World War, Carroll
was approached by James Burns.
Together they started Pioneer Paving Ltd.
in 1954 and laid the foundation for many
of Calgary’s main roadways, including
the first stage of Deerfoot Trail,
Sarcee Trail and the first Airport Road.
Clayton began his entry into the
cattle breeding industry by purchasing
a small farm near White Rock, B.C.,
starting with Charolais cattle. He
paved Rudiger Ranches driveway in
1968 for four Charolais cows and that
is how he got started in Charolais. In
1977 he realized a boyhood dream of
owning a working ranch with the
purchase of Carroll Canyon Ranch on
Highwood River south of Longview,
Alberta where he bred and raised
Charolais and Red Angus cattle. The
ranch was truly Clayton’s pride and
joy. He spent as much time as
possible there following the sale of
Pioneer Paving in 1978. Throughout
his life, Clayton had interest in a
variety of business projects as he
always liked a challenge. Clayton has
been a member of the Rotary Club of
Calgary South since 1957. He was a
supporter of many charities and
endeavours of several Calgary
activities such as the CPO, Heritage
Park, the Calgary Stampeder Football
Club where he was a season ticket
holder since their first games at
Mewata Stadium in 1947.
Clayton was a very unassuming
man, and was never one to seek
accolades of any kind, nevertheless
these awards were bestowed on him:
2003 - Rotary International’s highest
honor “Service Above Self” award;
2005 - Distinguished Alumnus award
by SAIT Polytechnic; 2005 - The
Lieutenant Governor’s Medal to
Albertans who had demonstrated
contribution to their fellow citizens,
to their community, to Alberta; 2005 Voted one of the 50 Greatest
Albertans by Venture Magazine; 2008
- Was made Honorary Bachelor of
Applied Technology by SAIT
Polytechnic in recognition of his
significant contribution to the
automotive sector, extraordinary
achievement in industry, distinction
in public service and outstanding
contributions to SAIT Polytechnic.
Clayton said he never intended to
retire, but both he and Norma had
many good times at their snowbird
home in Phoenix, frequent winter
stays in Maui, world-wide travels to
Rotary International Conventions,
cruises with family and friends,
motor travelling throughout Canada
and the United States and many West
Coast outings on their much loved
boat “The Mayfair”. He loved going
out for dinner, a game of bridge or
cribbage anytime. Clayton is survived
by his loving wife of forty-one years,
Norma and extended family.
Clayton Carroll was a caring,
humble man, a true gentleman,
loving husband, father, stepfather,
grandfather, and great-grandfather.
OBITUARY
Happy Tegart
1939 – 2011
Happy Tegart
died suddenly
on August 1
doing what he
loved – farming.
He is survived
by his loving wife of forty-six years,
Sharon; son Rob and Melanie and
grandchildren Kasper, Klover and
Kayman as well as extended family.
Happy was raised in the Columbia
Valley and in his younger years
traveled North America on the
professional rodeo circuit where he
met Sharon. The highlight of his
career was winning Canadian
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Bareback Champion in 1968.
After working on a number of
ranches, he eventually settled on
their own property near Keoma in
1975. Following a successful custom
cattle fitting and showing business,
Hap became even more well known
for raising prize winning Charolais
cattle and Paint horses. Just another
Farm, Irricana, was in the Charolais
business from the mid 1970s until
they dispersed in 1991.
Hap was very involved with his
community and over the years held a
number of positions with different
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organizations including the Calgary
Stampede Beef Cattle Committee,
Western Irrigation District, Alberta
Charolais Association, Canadian
Pro-Rodeo Association and the
Canadian Professional Rodeo Hall of
Fame. He was also actively involved
in mentoring youth through minor
hockey, 4-H and judging various
youth rodeo events. Hap was always
willing to lend a hand whenever a
neighbor was in need. More recenlty
you could find Happy cheering on
his grandkids at hockey games and
BMX races. He had a very special soft
spot reserved for them.
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OBITUARY
Walt Browarny
Born and
raised on 8th
Avenue, Walt
Browarny
took Calgary’s
cattle culture
to heart.
For more
than 40 years
he specialized
in livestock photography, earning
praise around the world and
becoming known as the “camera man
of livestock” who set the standard
that others strive to attain.
Browarny kind of stumbled into
his career when he was hired by
Imperial Oil to work in its technical
research lab. He photographed
equipment and drilling samples and
developed his skills from there. He
stayed for 14 years but began to
branch out into freelance photography.
Some of his early work included
shooting for The Albertan, rodeos,
the Calgary Stampede, Calgary Zoo,
and for his bosses at Imperial Oil.
Walt started taking pictures of the
newly imported Charolais cattle in the
late 60s. He was hired on a retainer as
the official photographer of the
Canadian Charolais Association for
nearly two decades. He wanted the
cattle to look natural whether they
were standing in a pasture or at a
backdrop. His consistency pioneered
a standard for livestock photography
in North America.
In 1969, he went into photography
full time and the following year
brought a life-changing experience.
He went to the Denver stock show
which was considered the No. 1
livestock show in the country. He
was smitten.
“I was really excited about the
livestock business when I saw the
amount of participation at Denver
with these cattle breeders,” he
recalled on a video made for the
National Western Stock Show, as it’s
now called.
“One of the things that struck me
most was the passion the exhibitors
had for showing their animals.”
Browarny and his wife Marie
travelled the world with his job,
shooting livestock in their natural
environment – from the Alberta
Foothills to the dairy barns of
Europe.
His son Allan is carrying on the
tradition as a livestock photographer
and his daughter Shannon handles
the financial side of the business.
Browarny died at the age of 75.
His work can still be seen on his
website, www.browarny.com, and
will continue to be available under a
partnership with Show-Champions
Livestock Photography.
The collection not only documents
the history of the livestock industry,
but also the life, people and
experiences that were a part of it.
OBITUARY
Fentress Foley Marquess
1943 – 2011
Foley passed
away on
August 2, 2011
at his home in
Gem , Alberta,
and is survived
by his loving wife Lynne and sons
Andrew (Maureen), Scott, and Leigh
Shaw (Elizabeth); grandchildren,
Samantha, Daniel, and Matthew; his
mother Elise Marquess, sister Frances
(Sancie) Kemtrup, brother-in-law
Ronald Irvine, and many nieces and
nephews. Foley was predeceased by
his father James Fentress (Fent)
Marquess, his sister Virginia Irvine,
and brother-in-law Dr. Melvin Kemtrup.
(Fentress) Foley Marquess was
born on June 3, 1943 to Fent
Marquess and Elsie (Callison)
Marquess in Bassano, Alberta. He
lived and attended school in Gem
graduating from grade 12 in 1961.
Foley then went on to further his
education in Calgary at SAIT
receiving a diploma in diesel
mechanics.
In March of 1964 he married Lynne
(Shaw) and they returned to Gem to
continue farming with his father Fent
Marquess. Foley and Lynne were
blessed with three sons; Andrew,
Scott and Leigh Shaw.
Foley’s interests in life were his
family, the farm, animals and
especially cattle. His knowledge
about and passion for the cattle
industry led Foley to develop a
purebred Charolais herd in 1971
which he kept intact and is still part
of the farm today. Farming was
always part of Foley’s life which he
actively continued until his passing.
Foley had a personable nature and
combined with his interest in cattle
saw him start work as a ringman for
Bow Slope Shipping Association
(BSSA) in 1980 for the fall calf run.
Foley had a long career at BSSA
and made many friends through his
work at Bow Slope before he retired
in 2004.
Foley was a kind and gentle man
who had a great love for his family,
the farm and animals. His family was
always Foley’s first priority and his
love for them knew no bounds.
Foley’s caring nature, warm
personality and love will always be
remembered by his family and
friends. Foley was a special person
that will be missed by all.
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Canadian Charolais Youth Conference & Show
“Buckle Down in the Bridge City”
CCYA National Board – Sarah Weinbender, Secretary, Canora, SK; Kirstin Sparrow, Treasurer,
Vanscoy, SK; Luke Marshall, Vice President, Inisfail, AB; Autumn Jackson, Inglis, MB;
Michael Hunter, Roblin, MB; Travis Jozwiak, Calgary, AB; missing Candace Alexander, Cargill,
ON; Michael Hogg, Roseneath, ON
The highlight of many youth’s
summer was held in Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan, when the Canadian
Charolais Youth met for their annual
Conference and Show. It was a
great week with great facilites, food
and friendship.
The youth hosts for the week were
Brandon Sparrow, President,
Vanscoy; Kirstin Sparrow, Secretary,
Vanscoy; Katie MacMillan, Treasurer,
Asquith; Sarah Weinbender, VicePresident, Canora. It takes many
people to make this event happen
and three families pitched in to help,
the Evans family, Mark Oram family
and Cam Sparrow family. Special
mention needs to go to four people
that really made the kids planning go
into action: Patti Sparrow, Deb Oram,
Paula Evans and Darwin Rosso.
The week started with a new event,
an educational quiz on the Charolais
industry developed and administered
by Kerrie Sparrow. The general
concensus among the youth was that
it was difficult, but many expressed
a need to pay more attention at their
4-H meetings.
The first day ended with the
famous National Board Mixer.
Designed and orchestrated by
Autumn Jackson and Kirstin
Sparrow, it set the tone for a week of
fun and friendship. The mixture of
shaving cream, pancake syrup, ice
cream, raw eggs, and of course lots of
water made the evening fly. The
youth all participated with an
eagerness that forced provincial and
age barriers to be broken. It is a
messy evening that serves the
necessary purpose of getting
everyone together with no pretense
or competition, just an adventurous
spirit to try things you would never
do at home. The outcome was
successful as always. By the end of
the evening all shyness was gone and
everyone knew they were accepted
and part of the group.
Day 2 is always a big day, with
Heifer, Steer and Hay judging in the
morning and Team Marketing and
Team Judging in the afternoon.
The number of participants were
down this year, but the enthusiasm
made up for it. Not having enough
bull calves to offer bull judging did
not create a problem for this host
committe. They saw it as an
opportunity to do something new.
Two professors from the University
of Saskatchewan came and talked to
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the youth about the finer qualities of
hay. The third judging competition
was a change and a challenge for the
youth that provided an education not
experienced in other years.
The day ended with the Keep and
Cull judging hosted at Norheim
Charolais. Lee Norheim judged the
event and Lesley and Lacey, assisted
by friends, saw that everyone was fed
well. It was a wonderful, relaxed
evening with terrific weather.
Day 3 was full with Showmanship
in the morning and Team Grooming
and Individual Marketing in the
afternoon. Supper was served at
Floral hall by the T Bar C crew and
was co-sponsored by Harder Farms.
The youth enjoyed beachball slow
pitch, can toss and football, but the
entire crowd really enjoyed the
whipped cream pie auction where six
members of the national board were
treated with a pie-in-the-eye to raise
funds. There was one final surprise
pie auction, where one of the barn
bosses, Morley Sparrow was pied by
Keenan Elder. This is just another
example of youth conference being a
place where the participants, younger
siblings and adults, participate in the
fun and friendship of the event.
Day 4 was another big day with
Team Grooming finals, the show and
the awards banquet and dance. It is
amazing the youth find the time to
do all of the chores around all of the
activities, but that is just another part
of the education – the work has to get
done. All of the chores, grooming and
showing happen without parent
participation. The youth take ownership
of the responsibilities and the older
ones look after the younger ones.
Six CCYA participants received 2nd
Generation Awards. Kord and Peri
Phillips, children of Kasey Phillips,
Waskatenau, AB; Cassidy and Katie
Serhienko, daughters of Lissa
Serhienko, Maymont; and Raelynne
and Haley Rosso, daughters of Kevin
Rosso, Moose Jaw. This award is
presented when a parent was a CCYA
Conference and/or Show participant
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and has continued to be an active
member in the Canadian Charolais
Association and their son/daughter is
a CCYA member and participant in a
Conference and Show.
At the awards banquet, Darwin
Rosso, Moose Jaw, was presented
with the 2011 Honouree award.
Darwin has been a constant support
for the CCYA for many years. As the
Saskatchewan adult advisor, he has
attended almost all of their meetings
for a number of years, often being the
only advisor there. He has also been
barn boss for three Saskatchewan
conferences. The CCYA and SCYA
have been fortunate to have his
continued experience add continuity
and support to their organizations.
The evening closed with an
emotional thank you from the
organizing president, Brandon
Sparrow. He expressed the sentiments
many participants feel when they
realize it is their last year to participate
in this event. There is a sadness that
CCYA will no longer be a part of
their summer planning and an
acknowledgement of gratitude for all
the organization has done for them.
Russell Galleli issued an invitation
to attend CCYA 2012 in Alberta. The
dates have changed as they are
teaming up with “Summer Synergy”
to allow members to qualify for more
scholarships. It will be July 9 - 13 at
the Caluori Pavilion, in Olds. Start
planning now to attend. If you have
never been to this event, you don’t
know what you are missing.
Brandon Sparrow, SCYA Organizing
Committee President shares his closing
remarks
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Kirstin Sparrow presented the 2011 CCYA Honouree Award to Darwin Rosso
Ted Serhienko presented the CCYA National Board, represented by Michael Hunter, President,
with a cheque for $2,848.35 from the T Bar Invitational Golf Tournament
Above: Keith Black won the adult division of
the Quiz; Right: John By singing the national
anthem at the show with judge Kasey Phillips
and CCYA Youth Co-ordinator Katrina
Coughlin standing by
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The National Board awaits their fate at the pie auction
Their fate arrives
Hairdo
Competition
Soaked sponge
relay – no hands!
The leaky glass water relay
A new way of tagging someone in Duck Duck Goose
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Being fed ice cream through panty hose
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Hay Judging Pointers
Catch the raw egg in the cup or wear it
Team Marketing
Slip Sliding Away – So much fun some adults had to try
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Judging
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ROSSO / SPARROW WIN
Canadian Charolais Youth Association
National Show
CCYA National Show
July 23, 2001 • Saskatoon, SK
Judge: Kasey Phillips, Waskatenau, AB
Bull Calf Born in 2011
1. ROSSO ROUND UP BILLY 9Y
(Merit Roundup 9508W), Haley
Rosso, Moose Jaw; 2. LAE YES-MAN
138Y (Sparrows Eldorado 361L),
Shae-Lynn Evans, Kenaston.
Champion Bull Calf
ROSSO ROUND UP BILLY 9Y,
Haley Rosso
Reserve Champion Bull Calf
LAE YES-MAN 138Y, Shae-Lynn Evans
Females Born in 2010 (Split 1)
1. SPARROWS CAMEO 174X
(Sparrows Chiapas 57R), Emma
Sparrow, Vanscoy; 2. MS ROJR
HEATHER 51X (GBR Rambler 78U),
Megan Rosso, Moose Jaw; 3. RUSS
MISS TRIPLE X 33X (SDC Radar
116R), Russell Gallelli, Crossfield; 4.
BAR J VICTORIA 43X (Merit 8676U),
Brooke Preston, Ste. Rose, MB; 5. SDC
MADONNA 88X (LT Predictable
Wind 2079), Evan Jamieson,
Dalemead, AB.
Females Born in 2010 (Split 2)
1. SPARROWS BLANCHE 485X
(Sparrows Sanchez 715T), Brandon
Sparrow, Vanscoy; 2. SHSH KORA
53X (LT Bluegrass 4017P), Dale
Weinbender, Canora; 3. SHSH MISTY
MAC 51X (Sparrows Serengeti 521N),
Laura Weinbender, Canora; 4. BAR J
CADBERRY 84X (Merit 8676U), Jared
Preston, Ste. Rose, MB; 5. SHSH
ADELAINE (LT Western Edge 4057
PLD), Olivia Tomcala, Canora.
Females Born in 2010 (Split 4)
1. SPARROWS HOMBRE 355X
(Sparrows Eldorado 361L), Josie
Sparrow, Vanscoy; 2. LAE X-TRA
SASSY 38X (Sparrows Sanchez 715T),
Shae-Lynn Evans; 3. JIL MISS
MONTANA 39X (JIL Online 64T),
Luke Marshall, Innisfail, AB; 4. JIL
COOL N’ CLASSY 26X (LCF Cool
Whip 411R), Jade Marshall, Innisfail;
5. RKR MISS 4L 3X (JSR Trophy 88T),
Russell Gallelli.
Females Born in 2010 (Split 3)
1. LAE X-CELLENCE 45X (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T), Shelby Evans,
Kenaston; 2. SHSH KUTEEPIE 25X
(LT Western Edge 4057 PLD), Sarah
Weinbender, Canora; 3. KCM ROXY
32X (Whitecap Laredo 232T), Kaylee
Morris, Delisle; 4. DBAR MADY 32X
(DBAR Survivor 220M), Aidan
Jamieson, Dalemead.
Females Born in 2010 (Split 5)
1. HC GEORGIA 9X (SVS Nobleman
25N), John By, Regina; 2. SPARROWS
PANDORA 211X ( Winn Mans Lanza
610S), Kirstin Sparrow, Vanscoy; 3.
LAE SANCHEBA 15X (Sparrows
Sanchez 715T), Calina Evans.
Junior Champion Yearling Heifer
SPARROWS CAMEO 174X,
Emma Sparrow
Reserve Junior Champion Yearling
Heifer
LAE X-CELLENCE 45X, Shelby Evans
Females Born in 2010 (Split 6)
1. SVY STARSTRUCK 8X (SVY AD
Invincible P 748T) Katie Serhienko,
Maymont; 2. SDC 19X (Wrangler
Doublehot 11S), Kolby Heaven,
Whitecourt; 3. RUSS MISS XRATED
7X (JSR Trophy 88T), Russell Gallelli;
4. HC SILVER & GOLD 4X (SVS
Nobleman 25N), Michael Hunter;
5. ROSSO MS SNOWHITE 1X
(Sparrows Sanchez 715T),
Raelynne Rosso.
Senior Champion Yearling Heifer
SPARROWS HOMBRE 355X, Josie
Sparrow
Grand Champion Female –
SPARROWS HOMBRE 355X, Josie
Sparrow
Reserve Grand Champion Female –
SVY STARSTRUCK 8X, Katie
Serhienko
Reserve Senior Champion Yearling
Heifer
SVY STARSTRUCK 8X (SVY AD
Invincible P 748T), Katie Serhienko
Commercial Yearling Heifer
1. CHERRY BLOSSOM, Ward
Marshall, Innisfail, AB; 2. SUSAN,
Logan Jamieson, Dalemead;
3. GRAPES, Brett Marshall, Innisfail;
4. ROSIE, Janelle Hawkins, Kerrobert;
5. BLONDIE, Brent Hawkins,
Kerrobert.
Champion Commercial Female
CHERRY BLOSSOM, Ward Marshall
Champion Bull Calf – ROSSO
ROUND UP BILLY 9Y, Haley Rosso
Reserve Champion Bull Calf – LAE
YES-MAN 138Y, Shae-Lynn Evans
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Reserve Champion Commercial Female
SUSAN, Logan Jamieson
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Female Born in 2009 with 2011 calf
1. LAE SASSY SANCHEZ 906W
(Sparrows Sanchez 715T,
calf - Sparrows Eldorado 361L),
Shae-Lynn Evans
1234 P, calf - Merit Roundup 9508W),
Megan Rosso
Female Born Prior to 2009 with calf
DVY STRUTTIN 647S (LT Rio Blanco
Reserve Senior Champion Female
DVY STRUTTIN 647S, Megan Rosso
Junior Champion Yearling Heifer –
SPARROWS CAMEO 174X, Emma
Sparrow
Champion Commercial Female –
CHERRY BLOSSOM, Ward Marshall
Senior Champion Female – LAE
SASSY SANCHEZ 906W, Shae-Lynn
Evans
Reserve Junior Champion Yearling
Heifer – LAE X-CELLENCE 45X,
Shelby Evans
Reserve Champion Commercial
Female – SUSAN, Logan Jamieson
Reserve Senior Champion Female –
DVY STRUTTIN 647S, Megan Rosso
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Senior Champion Female
LAE SASSY SANCHEZ 906W,
Shae-Lynn Evans
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Grand Champion Female
SPARROWS HOMBRE 355X,
Josie Sparrow
Reserve Grand Champion Female
SVY STARSTRUCK 8X,
Katie Serhienko
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Herdsman
Herdsman – Brooke Preston, Autumn
Jackson, Kaylee Morris, Kayla Zamrykut,
Evan Morris, Jared Preston
1. Autumn Jackson, Inglis, MB;
Kaylee Morris, Delisle; Evan Morris,
Delisle; Kayla Zamrykut, Rorketon,
MB; Brooke Preston, Ste. Rose Du
Lac, MB; Jared Preston, Ste. Rose Du
Lac, MB. 2. Russell Gallelli,
Crossfield, AB; Alberto Richards,
Toronto, ON; Jill Sparrow, Vanscoy,
Josie Blake, McCord; Kord Phillips,
Waskatenau, AB. 3. Sarah
Weinbender, Canora; Laura
Weinbender, Canora; Dale
Weinbender, Canora; Olivia Tomcala,
Canora; Bryce Verwey, Portage La
Prairie, MB; Tomina Jackson, Inglis,
MB. 4. Brandon Sparrow, Vanscoy;
Melissa Kay Spencer, Australia; Katie
Serhienko, Maymont; Tyson Black,
Foresters Falls, ON; Cassidy
Serhienko, Maymont. 5. Kolby
Heaven, Whitecourt, AB; Emma
Sparrow, Vanscoy; Josie Sparrow,
Vanscoy; Brent Hawkins, Kerrobert;
Janelle Hawkins, Kerrobert; Cassidi
Elder, Coronach. 6. Kirstin Sparrow,
Vanscoy; Rachael Verwey, Portage La
Prairie, MB; Aidan Jamieson,
Dalemead, AB; Evan Jamieson,
Dalemead, AB; Logan Jamieson,
Dalemead, AB; Courtney Black,
Foresters Falls, ON. 7. Katie
MacMillan, Asquith; Peri Phillips,
Waskatenau; Ward Marshall,
Innisfail, AB; Jade Marshall, Innisfail,
AB; McKenzie Schnuelle, Carbon, AB;
Luke Marshall, Innisfail, AB; Bret
Marshall, Innisfail, AB. 8. Nigel
Oram, Central Butte; John By, Regina;
Shelby Evans, Kenaston; Holly Smith,
Markdale, ON; Calina Evans,
Kenaston; Lindsay Verwey, Portage
La Prairie, MB. 9. Megan Rosso,
Moose Jaw; Dane Oram, Central
Butte; Haley Rosso, Moose Jaw;
Raelynne Rosso, Moose Jaw; Randi
Verwey, Portage La Prairie, MB;
Kelsey Hurlburt, Saskatoon. 10.
Michael Hunter, Roblin, MB; Travis
Jozwiak, Calgary, AB; Shae-Lynn
Evans, Kenaston; Wyatt Burgomaster,
Peterborough, ON; Mason Beck,
Milestone; Tyler Hurburt, Saskatoon.
Senior Education Quiz
1. Brandon Sparrow; 2. Colby Heaven
Senior Education Quiz – Brandon Sparrow,
Colby Heaven
Reserve Herdsman – Jill Sparrow, Russell
Gallelli, Kord Phillips, Alberto Richards,
Josie Blake
Junior Education Quiz
1. Evan Morris; 2. Dale Weinbender
Junior Education Quiz – Evan Morris,
Dale Weinbender
Intermediate Education Quiz
1. Shae-Lynn Evans; 2. Holly Smith.
Team Grooming
1. Tyson Black, Kaylee Morris, Russell
Gallelli; 2. McKenzie Schnuelle,
Courtney Black, Brandon Sparrow; 3.
Evan Jamieson, Emma Sparrow,
Kayla Zamrykut; 4. Kord Phillips,
Shelby Evans, Kirstin Sparrow; 5.
Logan Jamieson, Shae-Lynne Evans,
Janelle Hawkins; 6. Bryce Verwey,
Laura Weinbender, Autumn Jackson;
7. Raelynne Rosso, Rachael Verwey,
Nigel Oram; 8. Wyatt Burgomaster,
Brent Hawkins, Megan Rosso.
Team Grooming – Russell Gallelli, Tyson
Black, Kaylee Morris; Brandon Sparrow,
McKenzie Schnuelle, Courtney Black
Junior Art
Intermediate Education Quiz – Shae-Lynn
Evans, Holly Smith
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Junior Art – Calina Evans,
McKenzie Schnuelle
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1. Calina Evans; 2. McKenzie Schnuelle;
3. Bret Marshall; 4. Cassidy Serhienko;
5. Wyatt Burgomaster.
Intermediate Art
1. Shelby Evans; 2. Courtney Black;
3. Emma Sparrow; 4. Kaylee Morris;
5. Jade Marshall; 6. Josie Sparrow;
7. Luke Marshall; 8. Shae-Lynn Evans;
9. Katie Serhienko; 10. Ward Marshall.
Intermediate Photography
1. Tomina Jackson; 2. Shae-Lynn Evans;
3. Josie Sparrow; 4. Kaylee Morris; 5.
Emma Sparrow; 6. Luke Marshall; 7.
Shelby Evans; 8. Jill Sparrow; 9. Katie
Serhienko; 10. Jade Marshall.
Schnuelle; 5. Wyatt Burgomaster;
6. Bret Marshall.
Junior Radio Ad – Evan Jamieson, Evan Morris
Intermediate Photography – Tomina Jackson,
Shae-Lynn Evans
Intermediate Art – Shelby Evans, Courtney Black
Senior Art
1. Kayla Zamrykut; 2. Katie MacMillan;
3. Kirstin Sparrow.
Senior Photography
1. Autumn Jackson; 2. Russell Gallelli;
3. Katie MacMillan; 4. Travis Jozwiak;
5. Kirstin Sparrow; 6. Brandon Sparrow;
7. Kolby Heaven; 8. Michael Hunter;
9. Megan Rosso; 10. Kayla Zamrykut.
Marketing–Junior Magazine Ad
1. Haley Rosso; 2. Tyson Black; 3.
Kord Phillips; 4. Cassidy Serhienko;
5. Raelynne Rosso, Olivia Tomcala,
Brooke Preston, Bryce Verwey;
9. Dale Weinbender; 10. Peri Phillips.
Junior Magazine Ad – Haley Rosso, Tyson Black
Senior Art – Kayla Zamrykut,
Katie MacMillan
Junior Photography
1. Calina Evans; 2. Cassidy Serhienko;
3. Logan Jamieson; 4. Wyatt Burgomaster;
5. Kord Phillips; 6. Bret Marshall;
7. Evan Morris; 8. Mason Beck;
9. Raelynne Rosso; 10. Lindsay Verwey.
Senior Photography – Autumn Jackson,
Russell Gallelli
Intermediate Marketing
1. Courtney Black; 2. Katie Serhienko;
3. Kaylee Morris, Laura Weinbender;
4. Shae-Lynn Evans, Jade Marshall,
Shelby Evans, Josie Blake, Tyler
Hurlburt, Emma Sparrow, Jill Sparrow.
Marketing–Junior Individual Selling
1. Calina Evans; 2. Randi Verwey.
Intermediate Marketing – Courtney Black,
Katie Serhienko
Junior Individual Selling – Calina Evans,
Randi Verwey
Junior Photography – Calina Evans,
Cassidy Serhienko
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Marketing–Junior Radio Ad
1. Evan Jamieson; 2. Evan Morris;
3. Lindsay Verwey; 4. McKenzie
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Senior Marketing
1. Megan Rosso; 2. Autumn Jackson;
3. Dane Oram; 4. Katie MacMillan,
John By; 6. Nigel Oram, Sarah
Weinbender; 8. Kayla Zamrykut,
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Michael Hunter; 10. Travis Jozwiak.
Senior Team Selling
1. Kirstin Sparrow, Travis Jozwiak;
2. Sarah Weinbender, Dane Oram;
3. Kolby Heaven, Alberto Richards;
4. John By, Kayla Zamrykut.
Senior Team Judging
1. Michael Hunter, Katie MacMillan;
2. Russell Gallelli, Autumn Jackson;
3. Megan Rosso, Brandon Sparrow;
4. Nigel Oram, Melissa Kay Spencer.
Senior Team Selling – Kirstin Sparrow, Travis
Jozwiak; Dane Oram, Sarah Weinbender
Senior Team Judging – Michael Hunter,
Katie MacMillan; Autumn Jackson,
Russell Gallelli
Senior Marketing – Megan Rosso,
Autumn Jackson
Junior Team Selling
1. Calina Evans, Evan Jamieson;
2. Cassidy Serhienko, Tyson Black;
3. McKenzie Schnuelle, Wyatt
Burgomaster; 4. Olivia Tomcala,
Mason Beck; 5. Dale Weinbender,
Randi Verwey; 6. Logan Jamieson,
Raelynne Rosso.
Junior Team Judging
1. Bret Marshall; 2. Cassidi Elder,
Evan Morris; 3. Brooke Preston,
Kord Phillips; 4. Peri Phillips,
Lindsay Verwey; 5. Bryce Verwey,
Haley Rosso.
Intermediate Team Judging
Junior Keep & Cull
1. Evan Morris; 2. Bryce Verwey;
3. Olivia Tomcala; 4. Lindsay Verwey,
Dale Weinbender; 6. Cassidi Elder;
7. Randi Verwey; 8. Bret Marshall;
9. Calina Evans, Mason Beck,
Brooke Preston.
Junior Team Selling – Calina Evans, Evan
Jamieson; Tyson Black, Cassidy Serhienko
Intermediate Team Selling
1. Shae-Lynn Evans, Brent Hawkins;
2. Josie Blake, Aidan Jamieson;
3. Holly Smith, Katie Serhienko;
4. Jared Preston, Tomina Jackson;
5. Tyler Hurlburt, Laura Weinbender;
6. Courtney Black, Jade Marshall.
Intermediate Team Selling – Brent Hawkins,
Shae-Lynn Evans, ; Josie Blake,
Aidan Jamieson
Junior Team Judging – Bret Marshall;
Cassidi Elder, Evan Morris
1. Ward Marshall, Emma Sparrow;
2. Luke Marshall, Jill Sparrow;
3. Kaylee Morris, Kelsey Hurlburt;
4. Shelby Evans, Rachael Verwey;
5. Josie Sparrow, Janelle Hawkins.
Intermediate Team Judging – Ward Marshall,
Emma Sparrow; Jill Sparrow, Luke Marshall
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Junior Keep & Cull – Evan Morris, Bryce Verwey
Intermediate Keep & Cull
1. Shae-Lynn Evans; 2. Kaylee Morris;
3. Jade Marshall; 4. Katie Serhienko,
Luke Marshall; 6. Shelby Evans;
7. Rachael Verwey; 8. Josie Blake,
Ward Marshall; 10. Aidan Jamieson.
Intermediate Keep & Cull – Shae-Lynn
Evans, Kaylee Morris
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Senior Keep & Cull
1. Autumn Jackson; 2. Kirstin
Sparrow; 3. Kolby Heaven; 4.
Brandon Sparrow; 5. Katie
MacMillan; 6. Nigel Oram, Sarah
Weinbender, Kayla Zamrykut; 9.
Russell Gallelli, Melissa Kay Spencer,
Dane Oram, John By.
Shelby Evans; 6. Kelsey Hurlburt,
Shae-Lynn Evans, Jade Marshall,
Aidan Jamieson; 10. Jared Preston,
Kaylee Morris.
Senior Heifer Judging
1. Katie MacMillan; 2. Brandon
Sparrow, 3. Autumn Jackson; 4.Sarah
Weinbender; 5. Kolby Heaven,
Michael Hunter; 7. Kirstin Sparrow;
8. Russell Gallelli; 9. Nigel Oram;
10. Megan Rosso, Travis Jozwiak.
1. Rachael Verwey; 2. Jade Marshall;
3. Josie Sparrow; 4. Holly Smith; 5.
Kelsey Hurlburt, Jill Sparrow; 7.
Courtney Black; 8. Shelby Evans,
Laura Weinbender; 10. Josie Blake.
Senior Hay Judging
1. Katie MacMillan; 2. Autumn
Jackson; 3. Sarah Weinbender, Alberto
Richards; 5. Megan Rosso;
6. Kirstin Sparrow; 7. Melissa Kay
Spencer; 8. Brandon Sparrow;
9. Russell Gallelli; 10 Kolby Heaven.
Senior Keep & Cull – Autumn Jackson,
Kirstin Sparrow
Junior Heifer Judging
1. McKenzie Schnuelle; 2. Olivia
Tomcala; 3. Cassidy Serhienko;
4. Evan Morris; 5. Dale Weinbender,
Linsay Verwey; 7. Calina Evans;
8. Evan Jamieson, Haley Rosso;
10. Brooke Preston.
Senior Heifer Judging – Katie MacMillan,
Brandon Sparrow
Junior Hay Judging
1. Olivia Tomcala; 2. Lindsay Verwey;
3. Haley Rosso, Raelynne Rosso;
5. Kord Phillips; 6. Cassidy
Serhienko, Wyatt Burgomaster;
8. Evan Morris, Evan Jamieson;
10. Dale Weinbender, Bret Marshall.
Senior Hay Judging – Katie MacMillan,
Autumn Jackson
Junior Oral Reasons
1. Evan Morris; 2. Bret Marshall;
3. Evan Jamieson; 4. Cassidy
Serhienko; 5. Raelynne Rosso;
6. Lindsay Verwey; 7. Calina Evans;
8. Olivia Tomcala, McKenzie
Schnuelle; 10. Haley Rosso.
Junior Heifer Judging – McKenzie
Schnuelle, Olivia Tomcala
Intermediate Heifer Judging
Junior Hay Judging – Olivia Tomcala,
Lindsay Verwey
Intermediate Hay Judging
Junior Oral Reasons – Evan Morris,
Bret Marshall
Intermediate Oral Reasons
Intermediate Heifer Judging – Katie
Serhienko, Josie Blake
1. Katie Serhienko; 2. Josie Blake,
3. Emma Sparrow; 4. Courtney Black,
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Intermediate Hay Judging – Rachael Verwey,
Jade Marshall
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Intermediate Oral Reasons – Kaylee Morris,
Ward Marshall
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1. Kaylee Morris; 2. Ward Marshall;
3 Jade Marshall, Holly Smith,
Shae-lynn Evans, Emma Sparrow;
7. Aidan Jamieson, Luke Marshall;
9. Kelsey Hurlburt, Shelby Evans,
Josie Blake.
Senior Oral Reasons
1. Brandon Sparrow; 2. Autumn
Jackson; 3. Michael Hunter;
4. Megan Rosso, Russell Gallelli;
6. Sarah Weinbender, Kolby Heaven;
8. Kirstin Sparrow, Milissa Kay
Spencer, Nigel Oram.
Senior Oral Reasons – Brandon Sparrow,
Autumn Jackson
1. Katie Serhienko; 2. Shelby Evans; 3.
Rachael Verwey; 4. Kelsey Hurlburt;
5. Aidan Jamieson; 6. Tyler Hurlburt;
7. Luke Marshall; 8. Shae-Lynn
Evans; 9. Josie Blake, Josie Sparrow.
Senior Steer Judging
1. Brandon Sparrow; 2. Autumn
Jackson; 3. Megan Rosso; 4. Kirstin
Sparrow; 5. Katie MacMillan;
6. Russell Gallelli; 7. Nigel Oram,
Kolby Heaven; 9. Michael Hunter;
10. Sarah Weinbender.
Senior Showmanship
1. Michael Hunter; 2. Brandon
Sparrow; 3. Autumn Jackson;
4. Kolby Heaven; 5. Nigel Oram;
6. Katie MacMillan; 7. Kayla
Zamrykut; 8. Kirstin Sparrow;
9. Megan Rosso; 10. Dane Oram.
Senior Steer Judging – Brandon Sparrow,
Autumn Jackson
Junior Steer Judging
1. Cassidy Serhienko; 2. Bret Marshall;
3. Evan Morris; 4. Haley Rosso;
5. Calina Evans; 6. Kord Phillips;
7. Lindsay Verwey, Dale Weinbender;
9. Olivia Tomcala, Wyatt Burgomaster.
Junior Showmanship
1. Calina Evans; 2. Raelynne Rosso;
3. Evan Morris; 4. Bret Marshall;
5. Lindsay Verwey; 6. Cassidy
Serhienko; 7. Peri Phillips;
8. Tyson Black; 9. Cassidi Elder;
10. Dale Weinbender.
Junior Steer Judging – Cassidy Serhienko,
Bret Marshall
Junior Showmanship – Calina Evans,
Raelynne Rosso
Intermediate Steer Judging
Intermediate Showmanship
1. Shae-Lynn Evans; 2. Courtney
Black; 3. Josie Blake; 4. Emma
Sparrow; 5. Kaylee Morris; 6. Luke
Marshall; 7. Jill Sparrow; 8. Josie
Sparrow; 9. Katie Serhienko;
10. Shelby Evans.
Intermediate Steer Judging – Katie
Serhienko, Shelby Evans
Intermediate Showmanship – Shae-Lynn
Evans, Courtney Black
Senior Showmanship – Michael Hunter,
Brandon Sparrow
Junior Grant Moffat Ambassador
1. Calina Evans; 2. Bret Marshall;
3. Lindsay Verwey; 4. Tyson Black;
5. Evan Jamieson, Cassidi Elder,
Peri Phillips; 8. Dale Weinbender;
9. Evan Morris; 10. Brooke Preston.
Junior Grant Moffat Ambassador – Calina
Evans, Bret Marshall
Intermediate Grant Moffat
Ambassador
1. Shae-Lynn Evans; 2. Luke Marshall;
3. Emma Sparrow; 4. Jade Marshall;
5. Holly Smith, Rachael Verwey,
Kaylee Morris; 8. Shelby Evans;
9. Laura Weinbender; 10. Ward Marshall.
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Canadian Charolais Youth Conference & Show
“Buckle Down in the Bridge City”
$200 Shae-Lynn Evans;
$100 Courtney Black.
Senior Essay
$300 Autumn Jackson; $200 Megan Rosso.
Junior Aggregate – Calina Evans, Evan Morris
Intermediate Grant Moffat Ambassador –
Shae-Lynn Evans, Luke Marshall
Senior Grant Moffat Ambassador
1. Kirstin Sparrow; 2. Autumn
Jackson; 3. Brandon Sparrow;
4. Russell Gallelli; 5. Michael Hunter;
6. Katie MacMillan; 7. Nigel Oram;
8. Sarah Weinbender; 9. John By;
10. Kolby Heaven, Megan Rosso.
Senior Grant Moffat Ambassador – Kirstin
Sparrow, Autumn Jackson
Junior Essay
$125 Tyson Black; $75 Wyatt Burgomaster.
Senior Essay – Autumn Jackson, Megan Rosso
CCA Education Award
1. Autumn Jackson; 2. Brandon
Sparrow; 3. Kirstin Sparrow.
CCA Education Award – Autumn Jackson,
Brandon Sparrow, Kirstin Sparrow
CCYA Leadership Scholarship
1. Autumn Jackson; 2. Michael
Hunter; 3. Kirstin Sparrow.
Intermediate Aggregate
1. Shae-Lynn Evans; 2. Emma
Sparrow; 3. Kaylee Morris, Luke
Marshall; 5. Courtney Black, Shelby
Evans; 7. Jade Marshall; 8. Josie
Sparrow; 9. Katie Serhienko; 10.
Aidan Jamieson, Ward Marshall.
Intermediate Aggregate – Shae-Lynn Evans,
Emma Sparrow
Senior Aggregate
1. Brandon Sparrow; 2. Autumn Jackson;
3. Kirstin Sparrow, Michael Hunter;
5. Katie MacMillan; 6. Russell Gallelli;
7. Megan Rosso; 8. Kolby Heaven;
9. Nigel Oram, Sarah Weinbender.
Junior Essay – Tyson Black, Wyatt Burgomaster
Intermediate Essay
CCYA Leadership Scholarship – Autumn
Jackson, Michael Hunter, Kirstin Sparrow
Junior Aggregate
1. Calina Evans; 2. Evan Morris; 3. Bret
Marshall; 4. Raelynne Rosso, Lindsay
Verwey; 6. Evan Jamieson; 7. Cassidy
Serhienko; 8. Haley Rosso; 9. Brooke
Preston; 10. Olivia Tomcala, Kord Phillips.
Intermediate Essay – Shae-Lynn Evans,
Courtney Black
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Senior Aggregate – Brandon Sparrow,
Autumn Jackson
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“Time moves along, things change.”
We joined the Canadian Charolais association on February 3, 1992, and on
December 12, 2011 we will close this chapter.
leah and I purchased our first Charolais cows from Bill and Glen Gordon,
neepawa, Manitoba, in november 1991. on July 29, 1997, we purchased the
P Bar 3 Ranch and 230 Charolais cows from Reg and lorna Phaff in Medicine
Hat, aB. at the time, the P Bar 3 had one of the strongest maternal herds in
Canada. 1998 and 1999 were very good years, then the drought hit and we
had no pasture, no feed and a large debt. In the meantime, our veterinary
practice had grown, so on December 19 and 20, 2000, we decided to disperse
the herd. to this day, this sale is the largest grossing sale in the history of
Canadian Charolais.
We retained 72 heifer calves as a last minute decision, and I know this annoyed some breeders. e drought ended in 2001, so
we purchased two smaller herds from Dennis Garneau, st. Paul, aB and Brian McKenzie, Brymac Farms, luseland, sK. We
continued the bull sale in March 2002, and last spring marked the 40th Charolais Bull sale held on the ranch.
Calving ease, good udders and feet, disposition and polledness have always been selected for. I have always thought that
performance is built into the breed. In March 2009, we purchased HBsF specialist 108U from Carman and Donna Jackson, of
Inglis, MB. is bull has turned out to be the complete deal. e last two springs, we have bred about 100 females to him, either
artificially or naturally.
In 2005, we decided to introduce Red Factor genetics through the purchase of a Belmont’s Indiana son from tully Hatch, oak
lake, Manitoba and y2K from Merv schmidt, lipton, sask. We have also used a laredo son, Ripper, Craven Red, trigger and
most recently a Mainliner son, Pro-Char Mohican 34X from David Prokuda, Glenevis, alberta. is is a good group of Red
Factor Charolais cattle.
our calves have been vaccinated twice with express 5/somnugen and Covexin 8. ey have also been treated with Pro-Mectin
B Pour on from the Big “R” in Havre, Mt. ey were weaned on september 21 and have been extremely healthy. ey are being
fed: 5 lb. tub ground hay, 5 lb. hammered barley, 1 lb. supplement and 20 lb. silage (barley/alfalfa).
all of the cows and heifers have been vaccinated with Bovishield FP5 Vl5 prior to breeding. We had 5 dry females out of 164.
John Hoff, Bar Punch Charolais, Medicine Hat, has also decided to disperse his herd of 32 Full French Charolais females. He
will also have 2 herdsires, 16 calves and 7 long yearling bulls. Many of these cattle are polled.
If you have any questions, you can contact me (403) 502-6470 or Helge. We look forward to seeing you on December 12.
~ Bob and Leah Herman
P BAR 3 CHAROLAIS INC.
SALE ACCOMMODATIONS
Bob, leah, sarah & Ben Herman
Box 1056 Medicine Hat, aB t1a 7H1
ere are a number of motels on the east side of Medicine
Hat, but here are a couple of suggestions:
T: 403-527-4888 • F: 403-527-2060
Bob cell: 403-502-6470 • [email protected]
Days Inn
Motel 6
403-580-3297
403-527-1749
GUARANTEE
SALE MANAGEMENT
Helge and Candace By
124 shannon Road
Regina, sK s4s 5B1 • 306-584-7937
Helge cell 306-536-4261
Candace cell 306-536-3374
[email protected]
as this is a dispersal sale, all cattle sell with no further
guarantee.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
e sale will operate under the terms and Conditions listed
on page 30 of the catalogue.
View the catalogue online at www.bylivestock.com
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P Bar 3 Charolais Inc.
Complete Dispersal
with Guest Dispersal of Bar Punch Ranch
monday, December 12th, 2011 • 11:00 a.m.
at the ranch, medicine Hat, alberta
14 miles East of Medicine Hat, 3401 Trans Canada Highway
Welcome…
Welcome to the P-3 Charolais Complete Dispersal sale. What a tremendous
opportunity this is for producers right across north america. In 2000 Bob
and leah dispersed the cowherd, that was built over three decades by the Phaff
family, but retained 70 heifer calves to start over. ese heifer calves formed
their base with some of the originals still in the herd. so this herd really has
been developing for over 40 years. e cows from the dispersal went across
the continent and made a huge impact in many programs. e cows being
offered in this sale provide the same potential impact to the industry. ey
are solid producing females with good feet and legs, good udders and plenty
of milk. ey also developed a separate red factor portion of the herd using
the best red factor genetics they could find. In addition, the cows with the RCCl
prefix are Bob’s brother’s cows that originated from the one Four research herd for the Univesity of lethbridge.
is spring in their bull sale they sold 72 bulls and had a very strong sale. e P Bar 3 Bull sale has been a source of quality
herdbulls for purebred and commercial producers alike.
I have been talking lately about the endless opportunities in owning Charolais females and this is truly a great opportunity
to expand your existing herd or to start your own purebred operation. ere will be a big void le in the Charolais bull market
in south east alberta and south west saskatchewan with this dispersal, so the time is right for you to take advantage of the
endless opportunities.
e sale is going to start at 11:00 a.m. so you will want to come before sale day to have a look at this large offering. e cattle
will be at the ranch for your viewing anytime.
If we can be of any assistance in helping with your selections, please give us a call.
sincerely,
Helge & Candace By
SALE STAFF
Brent Carey, auctioneer
Craig scott, Charolais Banner
Dennis ericson, Ringman
scott Johnstone, Ringman
Rod Mcleod, Ringman
Cynthia Beck, liasion française
403-650-9028
403-641-9441
780-352-7630
306-631-0767
306-540-7986
306-436-7354
CATALOGUE LAYOUT
P Bar 3 Whites ............................................pages 3-30
P Bar 3 Reference sires ..............................page 6
P Bar 3 Red Factor ......................................pages 31-42
Bar Punch Ranch Full French....................pages 43-50
terms & Conditions....................................page IBC
• e cattle are catalogued by age of breeding females, going
from oldest to youngest. starting with the white Charolais,
followed by the red factor.
• Progeny in the sale are listed with each female by tattoo.
• all females were pregnancy tested by Dr. Herman at the
end of september and expected calving dates (eCD) are
listed with the breeding information.
Join us for lunch prior to the sale
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Herdsires
1
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U
PEMC320138
CE 14
Polled
HBSF 108U
BW 4.7
WW 60
YW 106
9 February 2008
M 14.3
TM 44
CYRANO
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
FRIVOLE
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
WILDOR RAVEN 6M
MVX EDITH 806X
SUNSET ACRES NOREEN 18N
HBR PERFORMER 181 P
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
WIESE'S COUNTRY GIRL 43X(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
P-3 TITUS LAD 9-72Y(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 32Y(P)
specialist is one of those great breeding bulls that
only comes along once in awhile. From the time
he was a calf you knew there was something
special about him. It starts with great parentage
and he is from legendary parents. His sire
Cougarhill Hank became a breed legend when he
sold out of the Moore Charolais dispersal and his
dam, the famous Miss trim cow has rewritten
what great females can do.
as a calf specialist was Boss show bull of the
year being evaluated by many cattlemen. He was
national Champion Bull in Brandon, supreme
Champion Bull in saskatoon and Bull Calf
Champion at agribition.
the next spring he sold to a group of breeders
with P Bar 3 purchasing a ¼ interest and full
possession. that is what we are selling now. your
partners will be land o’lake Charolais, on;
Martens Charolais, MB and Cougarhill Ranch,
sK. the first sons were well received and sold strong in this spring’s bull sales and when you see the yearling heifers and heifer calves at P Bar 3, you will
see his greatest attribute. they are super. His progeny have lots of volume and spring of rib; they have loads of hair, meat and eye appeal and all possess
his wonderful disposition.
Don’t miss the opportunity to get into a young bull that has just started to leave his mark in our industry. Selling ¼ interest and full possession.
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Herdsires
2
HC X- PERIMENT 34X
PMC334842
CE 100
SOS POLLED DETONATOR 8M(P)
MXS VERMILLION 527R(P)
MXS ESPEON 122L
SVY KABOOM PLD 7113T(P)
SVY FREEDOM PLD 307N(P)
SVY FIRST DATE 506R(P)
SVS NEOSTRATA 5N(P)
EC BRONSON 204 POLLED(P)
RDGC KALAMAZOO 387F(P)
MISS RDGC SHEBA 1W
HC KAROL 8K(P)
KOP GOLD STEEL 66E(P)
HC GOLDIE 703G(P)
HC MISS POUNDMAKER 121A
3
BW -4.3
WW 28
24 January 2010
YW 62
M 24
TM 38
I was very impressed with this bull this
spring when I saw him at Hunter Charolais.
He was correct, complete, smooth but still
had some substance to him. When I saw him
in september running on 2 sections of
prairie pasture along with over 50 heifers I
was even more impressed. He held his
condition very well and bred extremely
good. this could be the next heifer bull
extraordinaire of the breed with a minus 4.3
BW ePD and a Milk ePD in the top 20%.
His sire has been extremely easy calving and
this guy will prove to be as well. Selling ¾
interest and full possession with Hunter
Charolais, MB retaining their ¼ interest.
KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T
PMC309145
CE 73
EATONS PERFORMER 6709
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
EATONS MISS BIG SANDY
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
LT UNLIMITED MAIDEN 1131(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
JWX FEATURED KAITLIN640F(P)
4
3rd Gen Pld
HC 34X
Dbl Pld
KMAC 23T
BW.8
WW 38
24 January 2007
YW 82
M 23
TM 42
this son of Western spur has been a solid
walking bull at P Bar 3 for the last four
seasons. He has length, meat and very good
ePD. you can see the job he has done by the
sons and daughters in the sale. Selling full
interest and full possession.
PRO-CHAR MOHICAN 34X
QPMC332033
CE 27
STZ GOOD TIMES 13D(P)
WMG SHERIFF ACE 27H(QP)
WMG LADY ACE 21E(QP)
WRANGLER HEADLINER 28N (QP)
MISTY CREEK FOCUS 5F(P)
MOORMAID FOCUS 810H(QP)
MOORMAID AMALGAMATED614F(Q)
WRANGLER WINDSTAR 28J(QP)
PRO-CHAR GUAGE 7L(QP)
PRO-CHAR LANA 4J(QP)
PRO-CHAR MERCEDES 4P(QP)
BAR EW SALSA 543F(P)
JANNIC TWEETY 32H(P)
SANDYRIDGE MS ECLAIR 31T
3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
PROK 34X
BW 3.5
WW 47
YW 88
15 January 2010
M 23.8
TM 47
Bob purchased Mohican out of the north
Central alberta Breeders bull sale this
spring to follow the a.I. program in the red
factor herd. He is a good growthy bull that
has a good foot, is deep bodied with large
testicles. He is out of the Headliner bull that
has done such a good job in the Wrangler
and Pro-Char herds and his dam is a
consistent producer. If you are looking for a
dark red bull to move your red program
ahead have a close look at Mohican. Selling
full interest and full possession.
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Reference Sires
HARVIE CRYSTAL D TRIGGER 35T
PRMC31733
ELH 35T
Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
5 February 2007
CE 37
BW 1.9
WW 36
P Bar 3 has used trigger for the past couple
of years in their a.I. program on the red
factor females. trigger has done a great job as
you will see in the calves in the sale. they
possess the same length, good foot and big
hip as their sire. trigger sold last fall in the
Crystal D dispersal sale for $11,000 with
interest from across north america. Buying
a calf by trigger or a female bred to him will
prove to be a great investment.
HEJ RIPPER 66P
PMC288143
Polled, Dbl Red
HEJ 66P
4 February 2004
CE 96
BW -.6
WW 39
Ripper created quite a stir when this dark
red, meat machine sold for $40,000 in the
Red Bonanza sale back in 2004. In 2006
P Bar 3 got the opportunity to purchase
possession in him from the Belmont
Charolais dispersal sale. He was the pasture
bull at P Bar 3 for many years and proved to
be a great buy. His sons have sold very well
every spring and his daughters are good
uddered, solid females. With growth ePD at
the top of the breed, his progeny have built
in performance.
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPEMC271861
24 January 2002
MSW 29M
CE 96
BW -.6
WW 39
When I first went through the cows at P Bar 3
I was very impressed with the Craven Red
daughters. they are good footed and
beautiful uddered females. there are a
number of solid producing tan females. If
you are serious about buying some good red
factor cows, you need to check them out.
MSW Y2K
QPMC243075
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
MSW 2K
21 January 2000
CE 66
BW 1.2
WW 50
this full brother to Craven Red has a
number of daughters in the herd. they are
big performance cows with tremendous milk.
y2K has a yW ePD in the top 2% of the
breed and an accurate milk number in the
top 1% of the breed. If you want some red
factor females with the added performance
and meat, check them out.
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YW 62
M 20.2
TM 38
LABRAMOR HALLMARK H55E
BULLS M07
BULLS 129
MAUNGAHINA TOWKAY T13(QP)
MAUNGAHINA IGOR I1
MAUNGAHINA P RINCESS 2 L23
LANDS H7
LANG'S ERIC THE RED 3E(QS)
HARVIE JAGER 65J(P)
HARVIE MISS FRANCIS 47F
HARVIE MS MOLSON 53M(QP)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HARVIE MISS FIREFLY 31F(P)
PAR MISS CANDY 27X(P)
YW 88
M 20.5
TM 40
HEJ COALMINE 13H(QS)
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ JALAPENO 2G(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
MAIN RED KRAMER 66G(QP)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ DUNEAWAY 8F(QP)
MAIN BRONSON 26F(P)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ MISS KATIE 21F(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
MERIT 62D(P)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
HEJ DUNEAWAY 8F(QP)
YW 88
M 20.5
TM 40
2UP LIMITED EDITIONL147
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
PALGROVE ESTELLA 14
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
GCR STYLISH STAR SUPREME
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MISS KEY SPRINT 821X
WMG TANTARI 73Z(P)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
CHATEAU ALLISIA 217Z
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
BELMONT'S CHEYANNE 35Z(S)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
PKR MS SLICK STICK 3U
YW 107
M 34.4
TM 60
2UP LIMITED EDITIONL147
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
PALGROVE ESTELLA 14
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
GCR STYLISH STAR SUPREME
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MISS KEY SPRINT 821X
WMG TANTARI 73Z(P)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
CHATEAU ALLISIA 217Z
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
BELMONT'S CHEYANNE 35Z(S)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
PKR MS SLICK STICK 3U
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BRYMAC ASTRAL 8J
FC268601
BRYM 8J 4 January 1999
CE 78 BW .9 WW 31 YW 51 M 21.4 TM 37
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
5a
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-117Y
PFC388640 WP 117Y 28 February 2011
CE 22 BW 4.4 WW 38 YW 59 M 16.8
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 110 lb., 205 DW 579 lb.
Polled
TM 36
TOWERVIEW EXCEL 3P(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
JOHNSON'S MISS 1M
HTA SKYLITER PLD 23Z(P)
HTA LANCLOT 906L
HTA PANSY 211P(P)
HTA MISS IRENE(P)
GID MORTAL POWER 1W
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
MISS BIRCHFIELD 28P
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
DPP DARNETH RAVEN 6U
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 241B(P)
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 773W(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-10K
6
PFC286286 WP 10K
15 January 2000 Dbl Pld
CE 100 BW -1.4 WW 26 YW 39 M 20.4 TM 33
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 17t (WP 64X, WP 54y), WP
49X, WP 100y.
6a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-100Y
PFC388642 WP 100Y 24 February 2011
CE 92 BW 1.6 WW 35 YW 58 M 22.2
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 564 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 40
BR DUKE 261(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
WCR MISS TRADITION 8425
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
SPAINS SHOW ME POLLED(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
LHD MS PLOY T235
P-3 MONTE LAD 0-42Z(S)
FVC BUTLER 80B(P)
FVC POLLED HYACINTH 115X(P)
P-3 MISS BUTLER 16G(P)
DXK MR KINLEY 31Z(S)
BLH CHRISTINE 20C
WHITE PEARL RUTHY 20X
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
PFC286304 WP 25K 18 January 2000
Dbl Pld
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
CE 99 BW-2.2 WW 32 YW 78 M 15 TM 31 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24WCR MISS EASE 4314
august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
Progeny: WP 99X, WP 56y.
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-41H(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-56Y
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
PFC388644 WP 56Y 13 February 2011
Dbl Pld P-3 LADY MONTE 1-84A(P)
P-3 LADY REALITY 4-47S(P)
CE 79 BW 1.7 WW 39 YW 79 M 19.3 TM 39
7
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-25K
7a
214K
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 98 lb. , 205 DW 588 lb.
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
PFC286307 WP 116K 6 February 2000 Dbl Pld
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
CE 100 BW -5.2 WW 30 YW 58 M 20.4 TM 35 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24WCR MISS EASE 4314
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
Progeny: WP 51M(WP 34R:WP 52U, WP
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
91X; WP 100t, 14y), WP 66U, WP 57y.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-58H(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-57Y
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-47E(P)
PFC388637 WP 57Y 14 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY RESOLVE 3-39C(P)
8
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-116K
8a
CE 99 BW -1.2 WW 36 YW 65 M 22.6
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 606 lb.
TM 40
57Y
9
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-214K
PFC286257 WP 214K
Dbl Pld
9a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-149Y
PFC388634 WP 149Y 18 March 2011
CE 86 BW 1.2 WW 41 YW 70 M 21.8
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 94 lb., 205 DW 670 lb.
149Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
5 March 2000
CE 94 BW -.9 WW 40 YW 66 M 19.1 TM 39
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
7 Complete Dispersal
Dbl Pd
TM 42
BR DUKE 261(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
WCR MISS TRADITION 8425
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
SPAINS SHOW ME POLLED(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
LHD MS PLOY T235
FZ MIGHTY MAC POLLED 828
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
MISS CAMELOT 503 POLLED
P-3 LADY LIMITED 4-86D(P)
SUTTONS IMP 8S(P)
P-3 LADY IMP 0-105Z(P)
P-3 LADY PRIDE 1-51N(P)
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MRSC MISS 376K
FC294610
MRSC 376K 13 April 2000
CE 87 BW -.5 WW 30 YW 53 M 17.4 TM 32
exposed to KMaC Cigar spurt 23t apirl 24
to august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
Progeny: RCCl 181X, RCCl 187y.
10a
RCCL MS PAL MARTEL 1-187Y
PFC388602 RCCL 187Y 7 April 2011
CE 46 BW 2.2 WW 35 YW 56 M 15.4
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 634lb.
12
Polled
TM 33
BRYMAC AVA 23L
PFC297505 BRYM 23L 9 January 2001
Polled
CE 39 BW 1.5 WW 29 YW 53 M 37.6 TM 52 3
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 20-27, 2012.
12a
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-70Y
PFC388621 WP 70Y 16 February 2011
CE 26 BW 2.8 WW 34 YW 55 M 25.7
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 610 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 43
NZL POLLED RAVEN 165Y(P)
HTA TUNDRA PLD 222B(P)
CHARDEL LADY SAGE 1003Z
LT RAMROD 4148(P)
SMOOTH DEAL RC 699
LT UNLIMITED GRACE 8100
BR ALICE R 024
JSC TRILOGY 102S
P&H TRILOGY 13Z
MISS ARROWHEAD 3S
PWD LADY RAVEN 631E
DPP DARNETH RAVEN 6U
PWD PAULINA RAVEN 970Y
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 228P
GREEN ACRES MACK I
312C(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
SILVERBIRCH QUEENIE 76B(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
MNE EXCLUSIVE 17E(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
NOR JEWEL 8C(P)
VAL-END TRADITION 74T(P)
TSC BEEBE'S TRADITION 1A(S)
JXG TRIBUNE 20U(P)
SILVER SHADOW EVA 67E
TAGER 6J
SILVER SHADOW DON 57W
SILVER SHADOW SPRYZ 64L
11
MRSC MISS 386K
PFC310848 MRSC 386K 14 April 2000
Polled
CE 11 BW 6.5 WW 43 YW 81 M 16.3 TM 38
expossed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 10-17, 2012.
Progeny: RCCl 149X.
13
BRYMAC SIERRA 30L
PFC297500 BRYM 30L 11 January 2001
Polled
CE 80 BW 1.7 WW 31 YW 51 M 16.4 TM 32
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 30R(WP 51U, WP 101y), WP
36U(WP 185y), WP 83X, WP 24y
13a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-24Y
PFC388628 WP 24Y
4 February 2011
CE 90 BW 1.3 WW 35 YW 59 M 21
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 580 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 39 3
NUTMEGS AVIGNON FR 31
DBL HOOKS AVIGNON G703
DBL HOOKS MS AVICO 142
DBL HOOK INVESTMENT 0114
OZARK SAM 578
G MISS SAMANTHA 188
MISS LEE
ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
MNE JOHNNY BE GOOD 18X(P)
EFH MISS T 10S(P)
MNE BLUEBIRD 19B(P)
BNE NORTHERN LIGHT 1L
MNE NORTHERN BELLE 13N(P)
MNE MISS BELLRINGER 3L(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
GREEN ACRES JUDGE 709W(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
NOR VICTORIA 27U
GID MORTAL POWER 1W
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
BIRCHFIELD 28P
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 408D
XGD GENERATOR 107Z
SPRUCEVILLE PAULINA 237B
CASA SPRUCE DEL RIO 929Y
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
PFC297507 BRYM 76L 28 January 2001 Polled
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
CE 37 BW 1.1 WW 38 YW 76 M 29.1 TM 48 P-3 PERFECT LAD 8-172H(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
Progeny: WP 99t, WP 112X, WP 150y.
TSC BEEBE'S TRADITION 1A(S)
SILVER SHADOW TRAD 65D
SILVERSHADOW MONTARAE57B(S)
BRYMAC LILY 402F
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-150Y
P&H TRILOGY 13Z
PFC388641 WP 150Y 19 March 2011
Dbl Pld SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 276B
CE 63 BW 1.6 WW 39 YW 73 M 27.1 TM 47
14
BRYMAC LILLY 76L
14a
76L
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 96 lb., 205 DW 663 lb.
HTA FROSTY 328C(S)
TMR EMMINENCE 3E(S)
KJP MISS FACCO 41U(P)
CE 91 BW 1.3 WW 33 YW 60 M 26.8 TM 43 BPL POTTER'S JEDA 34J(P)
JSC STAMPEDER 108S(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24BPL DIABLO 55D(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
BPL WONDER WHERE 51W
POKER KING JUNIOR GV 18G
SIR QCR HIGHGEAR 2P
ESS LADY BINGO 549H
SPARROWS WINDY 13A
SPARROWS SHERIFF 315W
RCCL MR NAVIGATOR 1-132Y
PMC338604 RCCL 132Y 6 March 2011
Polled SPARROWS MINDY MSP 13Y
SPARROWS FLAME 13W
15
MRSC MISS 558L
FC314320 MRSC 558L 30 March 2001
15a
558L
P–3 Charolais Inc.
CE 84 BW 1.3 WW 37 YW 67 M 25.3
sire: Css sIR naVIGatoR 54W(P)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 624 lb.
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MRSC MISS 635L
PFC307623 MRSC 635L 10 April 2001
Dbl Pld
CE 17 BW .4 WW 28 YW 58 M 21.8 TM 36
exposed to KMaC Cigar spurt 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
18
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-3M
PFC316764 WP 3M
12 January 2002 Dbl Pld
CE 97 BW -0.4 WW 49 YW 110 M 25.3 TM 50
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 8s, WP 33W, WP 135y.
18a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-135Y
PMC338032 WP 135Y 8 March 2011
CE 80 BW 2.6 WW 47 YW 94 M 24.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 106 lb., 205 DW 762 lb.
20
Dbl Pld
TM 48
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 2-28M
PFC316754
WP 28M
22 January 2002 3rd Gen Pld
CE 88 BW -0.6 WW 38 YW 84 M 1.17 TM 20.2
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 107W (WP 8y), 105y.
20a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-105Y
PMC338016 WP 105Y 23 February 2011
CE 73 BW 2.2 WW 41 YW 81 M 22
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 661 lb.
21
Dbl Pld
TM 43
BRYMAC JO 41M
PFC311380 BRYM 41M 28 January 2002
Polled
CE 89 BW -.3 WW 31 YW 45 M 20.7 TM 36
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 12t (WP 120y), WP 78y.
21a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-78Y
PMC338038 WP 78Y 16 February 2011
CE 80 BW 1.8 WW 37 YW 60 M 22.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 737 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 41
LBZ BEAU ZAPHIR 2Y(S)
ABC ROBIN 20E
ABC ROXANNE 34A
GOLDEN MEADOW HENRY 27H(P)
SAUBLE'S BIG ECHO 13Y(P)
BPL AMIABLE 7A
BPL YONDER 73Y(P)
JDF BAILEY 2B(P)
RAWES JUBILEE 150F(P)
RAWES MISS TEX 121D
MRS C MS 658H(P)
FLYING M CROPDUSTER 26A
RAWES MISS REENA 217E(P)
RAWES MARIE 262B(P)
MRSC MISS 750L
17
PFC314351 MRSC 750L 7 May 2001
CE 57 BW -.3 WW 39 YW 69 M 22.9 TM 42
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-109K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 5-3E(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 3-61C(P)
19
BRYMAC EVE 22M
PFC311385 BRYM 22M 13 January 2002 Dbl Pld
CE 90 BW -0.5 WW 31 YW 59 M 31.2 TM 47
exposed to KMaC Cigar 23t april 24-august
1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
Progreny: WP 37U, WP 64y.
19a
P-3 MS NAVIGATOR 1-64Y
PFC389129 WP 64Y 14 February 2011
CE 64 BW 2.3 WW 38 YW 72 M 26.6
sire: Css sIR naVIGatoR 54W(P)
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 660 lb.
TOWERVIEW EXCEL 3P(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
JOHNSON'S MISS 1M
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
MISS WBS SPARJAG 35K(S)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-37K(P)
UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-104 H(P)
P-3 LADY PERFCT 6-165F(P)
105Y
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 PERFECT LAD 8-172H(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
SCOT'S TORNADO 17T(S)
LORY'S WONDER 3W
SUNSET ACRES PEGGY 24P
SILVER SHADOW JO 73E
TAGER 6J
SILVERSHADOW JOAN 54S
SILVER SHADOW ONNO K79
78Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
Dbl Pld
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Dbl Pld
TM 46
HTA FROSTY 328C(S)
TMR EMMINENCE 3E(S)
KJP MISS FACCO 41U(P)
BPL POTTER'S JEDA 34J(P)
JSC STAMPEDER 108S(P)
BPL DIABLO 55D(P)
BPL WONDER WHERE 51W
MNE GOLDEN EAGLE 25W(P)
MNE AVIATOR 62A(P)
JCR MISS ERNESTINE 585X(P)
MNE EVERSWEET 10E(S)
MS DEMPSEY'S ADVANCE 40W
MS CLARINE 82A
MS CLARICE 82U
GREEN ACRES MACK I 312C(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
SILVERBIRCH QUEENIE 76B(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
MNE EXCLUSIVE 17E(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
NOR JEWEL 8C(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BYRMAC EVA 100J(P)
TSC BEEBE'S TRADITION 1A(S)
SILVER SHADOW EVA 67E
SILVER SHADOW DON 57W
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BRYMAC HEIDI 51M
PFC311375 BRYM 51M 30 January 2002 Dbl Pld
CE 93 BW .4 WW 33 YW 60 M 29 TM 45
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 110t, WP 18W, WP 51X,
WP 33y.
22a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-33Y
PFC388646 WP 33Y 7 February 2011
CE 87 BW 2.2 WW 38 YW 68 M 26.7
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 98 lb., 205 DW 627 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 46
GREEN ACRES MACK I 312C(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
SILVERBIRCH QUEENIE 76B(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
MNE EXCLUSIVE 17E(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
NOR JEWEL 8C(P)
GID MORTAL POWER 1W
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
MISS BIRCHFIELD 28P
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
DPP DARNETH RAVEN 6U
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 241B(P)
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 773W(P)
GREEN ACRES MACK I 312C(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
SILVERBIRCH QUEENIE 76B(P)
CE 96 BW -2.8 WW 38 YW 63 M 31 TM 50 NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
MNE EXCLUSIVE 17E(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar 23t april 24-august
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
1, 2011. eCD april 24-May 1, 2012.
NOR JEWEL 8C(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
PCL COLONEL 3C(P)
PCL LADY 6A(P)
SILVER SHADOW ALEX 53E
LORY'S WONDER 3W
SILVER SHADOW PAULA 29A
SILVER SHADOW PAULA 84T
23
BRYMAC ALEXA 55M
24
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 2-53M
PFC311377 BRYM 55M 1 February 2002
FC316758
WP 53M
Polled
14 February 2002
CE 23 BW 2.6 WW 42 YW 92 M 24.4 TM 45
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
24a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-110Y
55M
FC388610 WP 110Y 27 February 2011
CE 37 BW 3.8 WW 43 YW 85 M 24.1
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 106 lb., 205 DW 676 lb.
TM 46
TOWERVIEW EXCEL 3P(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
JOHNSON'S MISS 1M
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
MISS WBS SPARJAG 35K(S)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-70K
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-103H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 2-44B(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC323552 WP 66M 6 March 2002
Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 56 BW .5 WW 35 YW 72 M 27.3 TM 45 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
Progeny: WP 81t, WP 45y.
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-192K(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-45Y
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
PMC338036 WP 45Y 10 February 2011
Dbl Pld P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-10F(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
CE 93 BW 1 WW 37 YW 70 M 26.3 TM 45
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC323554 WP 69M 21 March 2002 Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE4 BW 3.7 WW 48 YW 99 M 28.9 TM 53 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012. JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
Progeny: WP 77W, WP 80X, WP 91y.
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-181K(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-91Y
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
P-3 LADY CHAPS 4-32D(P)
PMC338028 WP 91Y 19 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY IMP 8-10X(P)
CE 31 BW 3.1 WW 45 YW 85 M 26.9 TM 49
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 96 lb., 205 DW 610 lb.
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 698 lb.
25
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-66M
25a
27
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 84M
PFC319068 WP 84M
27 March 2002
Dbl Pld
CE 69 BW -0.9 WW 32 YW 56 M 13.9 TM 30
aI breed to HBsF specialist 108U on June 11,
2011. exposed June 12-august 1. eCD March
13-20, 2012.
Progeny: WP 161X.
KEYS POLLED FUSION 163E(P)
GOOD ANCHOR KEY 802H(P)
MRCR MAGIC 8F(P)
GOOD ANCHOR FUSE 34K(P)
BERICH PERFECT ONE 333C(P)
GOOD ANCHOR PERFECT 707G
EFH MISS ULVERSTONE 2X
SPAINS SHOW ME POLLED(P)
WIESE'S DELIVERANCE 815X(P)
PEMBINA TOP GIRL 502T
GOLD IN BOULDERS MS 801Z(P)
FJA EUREKA 60S(P)
MISS GIB 16W
CHARMED MISS SAM 29K
26
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-69M
26a
HTA FROSTY 328C(S)
TMR EMMINENCE 3E(S)
PFC318407 MRSC 84M 11 April 2002
Polled
KJP MISS FACCO 41U(P)
CE 8 BW 3.8 WW 47 YW 84 M 27.8 TM 52 BPL POTTER'S JEDA 34J(P)
JSC STAMPEDER 108S(P)
exposed to KMaC Cigar 23t april 24-august
BPL DIABLO 55D(P)
1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
BPL WONDER WHERE 51W
Progeny: WP 136y, WP 71W (WP 75y).
WILDOR RAVEN 6M
SVC SIR TNT 558T
MISS SVC PROPHET 20N
MRSC MISS 17J
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-136Y
WHITE LINE COPPERTONE25T(P)
DOOL FARM LADY 256B
PFC388643 WP 136Y 9 March 2011
Dbl Pld
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 539T
CE 58 BW 1.7 WW 42 YW 74 M 27 TM 48
28
MRSC MISS 84M
28a
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 597 lb.
P–3 Charolais Inc.
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MRSC MISS 135M
PFC318423 MRSC 135M 18 April 2002
Dbl Pld
CE 33 BW 5.5 WW 26 Y 58 M 13.9 TM 27
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD May 1-8, 2012.
29a
RCCL MS NAVIGATOR 1-172Y
PFC389130 RCCL 172Y 27 March 2011
CE 35 BW 4.9 WW 35 YW 70 M 18.2
sire: Css sIR naVIGatoR 54W(P)
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 602 lb.
31
Dbl Pld
TM 36
P-3 MS HOUSTON 13N
PFC327375 WP 13N
17 January 2003 Dbl Pld
CE 90 BW -.8 WW 41 YW 78 M 23.8 TM 44 7
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
31a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-68Y
PFC388629 WP 68Y 15 February 2011
CE 75 BW 1.8 WW 42 YW 77 M 24
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 628 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 45
RAINBOW 7N MR 13S
PCFL RAINBOW CHESTER 9D
PCFL SAFFARI 38N
BPL GMF KOJAK 55K(P)
ABC ROBIN 20E
BPL GREEN IS GOLDEN 63G(P)
BPL ATTACHE 1A(P)
DPP DARNETH RAVEN 6U
SVCC KING RAVEN 4Y
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 770W
SVCC LADY KING SODER115A(P)
SODERGLEN UNLIMITED 607U
SVCC LADY SODER 902Y(P)
MISS SPRUCEVILLE 539T(P)
30
29 April 2002
Dbl Pld
Progeny: WP 42s, WP 15W, WP 19y
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
NOR HOUSTON 2K(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
RPJ CLASSIC BEAUTY 828H(P)
RPJ POLLED BEAUTY 210B(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR MESQUITE 16E
NOR VICTORIA 21A
BRYMAC ALEXA 31K(P)
PCL COLONEL 3C(P)
SILVER SHADOW ALEX 53E
SILVER SHADOW PAULA 29A
BR DUKE 261(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
WCR MISS TRADITION 8425
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
SPAINS SHOW ME POLLED(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
LHD MS PLOY T235
BCR STANDOUTS PERFORMERP
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
HHP AMERICAN POLLED 904
P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z(P)
SUTTON'S MIDAS 10R(P)
P-3 LADY MIDAS 6-130U(P)
P-3 LADY REALITY 3-49R(S)
RAINBOW 32D MR 7N
RAINBOW 7N MR 13S
PFC327371 WP 94N 10 March 2003
Polled
RAINBOW 13G MISS 13P
CE 95 BW .1 WW 20 YW 44 M 25.3 TM 35 PCFL INDEPENDENCE 109C(Q)
HISMAN
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24PCFL BARBETTE 40U
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
HARMONIE BM
Progeny: WP 123s WP 148y), WP 38X,
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
WP 4y.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-19K(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-4Y
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-53H(P)
PMC338026 WP 4Y
28 January 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY MONTE 8-13X(P)
32
P-3 MS INDEPENDENCE 94N
32a
CE 94 BW 1.7 WW 31 YW 59 M 24.9
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 98 lb., 205 DW 723 lb.
TM 40
4Y
MRSC MISS 398N
PFC338695 MRSC 398N 12 April 2003
PEFC326926 WP 72M
CE 86 BW .6 WW 36 YW 74 M 24.1 TM 42
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
94N
33
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-72M
Polled
CE 35 BW 2.8 WW 45 YW 81 M 25.5 TM 48
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 10-17, 2012.
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
MRSC MISS 14J
VIRTU STAR MATE 12D
DOOL FARM LADY 648F
DOOL FARM LADY 227B
P–3 Charolais Inc.
34
MRSC MISS 437N
PFC338712 MRSC 437N 16 April 2003
Dbl Pld
CE 74 BW -.3 WW 36 YW 66 M 15.8 TM 34
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
34a
RCCL MS PAL MARTEL 1-62Y
PFC388603 RCCL 62Y 14 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 63 BW .4 WW 36 YW 58 M 15.5 TM 33
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 92 lb. , 205 DW 617 lb.
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WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
MNE GOLDEN EAGLE 25W(P)
MNE AVIATOR 62A(P)
JCR MISS ERNESTINE 585X(P)
MNE DILLY 76D(P)
NOR POUND MAKER 17P(P)
BKE MISS POUNDMAKER 3X(P)
MISS ACADIA 4R
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P-3 MS PRIMECUT 28P
PFC335234 WP 28P
21 January 2004 Dbl Pld
CE 97 BW -2.1 WW 35 YW 78 M 15.6 TM 33
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 46X, WP 48y.
35a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-48Y
FC388648 WP 48Y 11 February 2011
CE 96 BW -.1 WW 38 YW 74 M 20.4
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 584 lb.
TM 39
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND O-185K(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-20E(P)
P-3 LADY SQUIRE 5-17T(P)
36
P-3 MS CIGAR 39P
FC335215
WP 39P
23 January 2004
CE 68 BW -.8 WW 32 YW 66 M 25.7 TM 42
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 17-24, 2012.
Progeny: WP 7s (WP 41W, WP 103y),
WP 104y.
36a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-104Y
FC388649 WP 104Y 25 February 2011
CE 21 BW 5.2 WW 42 YW 80 M 23.4
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 110 lb., 205 DW 545 lb.
37
TM 45
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 53P
FC335281
WP 53P
26 January 2004
CE 92 BW -.5 WW 45 YW 88 M 23.1 TM 46
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
Progeny: WP 42W, WP 90y.
37a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-90Y
71P
38
P-3 MS CIGAR 71P
PFC335214 WP 71P
30 January 2004 Dbl Pld
CE 64 BW -.8 WW 36 YW 77 M 25.6 YM 44
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
38a
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-98Y
PFC388633 WP 98Y 24 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 40 BW 1.5 WW 37 YW 67 M 19.8 TM 39 4
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 602 lb.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-37K(P)
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-104 H(P)
P-3 LADY PERFCT 6-165F(P)
FC388613 WP 90Y 20 February 2011
CE 93 BW -.1 WW 42 YW 77 M 24.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 644 lb.
39
TM 45
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 74P
PFC335205 WP 74P
1 February 2004
Dbl Pld
CE 86 BW -.1 WW 39 YW 81 M 15.5 TM 35
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
39a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-61Y
PFC388627 WP 61Y 14 February 2011
CE 88 BW .6 WW 39 YW 74 M 20.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 658 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 40
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR MESQUITE 16E
NOR VICTORIA 21A
BRYMAC DEMI 42K
P&H TRILOGY 13Z
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 276B
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC JO 34M(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
BRYMAC PERFECT JO 1G(P)
SILVER SHADOW JO 73E
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
BRYMAC JO 20K(P)
LORY'S WONDER 3W
SILVER SHADOW JO 73E
SILVERSHADOW JOAN 54S
WCR SIR FA MAC 2244
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
PFC335240 WP 110P 15 February 2004 Dbl Pld
HBR LADY LIZ 721 POLLED
CE 44 BW 2.3 WW 47 YW 101 M 14.9 TM 39 WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)(P)
SKYMONT EASE 2078(P)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24WCR MISS EASE 4314
august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
WCR MISS DUKE 9947
Progeny: WP 108X, WP 58y.
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-188K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-58Y
P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-2F(P)
PMC338021 WP 58Y 14 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY LIMITED 4-18D(P)
40
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 110P
40a
61Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
CE 80 BW 3.4 WW 45 YW 89 M 19.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 590 lb.
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TM 42
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LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 99 BW -3.5 WW 35 YW 70 M 27.1 TM 45 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
Progeny: WP 33t (WP 63X), WP 56U,
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WP 95y.
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
SBPC BIG MAC 12Z(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-95Y
P-3 MS BIG MAC 8-97H(P)
PMC338029 WP 95Y 23 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-193F(P)
41
P-3 MS CIGAR 3R
PFC344532 WP 3R
11 January 2005 Dbl Pld
41a
CE 95 BW -0.5 WW 38 YW 71 M 26
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 95 lb. , 205 DW 690 lb.
TM 45
3R
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC344534 WP 16R 18 January 2005 Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 51 BW 1 WW 39 YW 78 M 24 TM 44 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
aI bred to HBsP specialist 108U June 11,
JD MS COMMANDER B309
exposed april 24-august 1, 2011. eCD March
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
20-27, 2012.
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
Progeny: WP 74X, WP 191y.
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-191Y
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
PFC388620 WP 191Y 14 April 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY YL13 7-124G(P)
42
P-3 MS CIGAR 16R
42a
CE 56 BW 2.6 WW 41 YW 77 M 24.1
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 99 lb., 205 DW 618 lb.
TM 45
43
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 17R
PFC344170 WP 17R
Progeny: WP 66t, WP 29y.
43a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-29Y
PFC388623 WP 29Y 6 February 2011
CE 40 BW 4.4 WW 45 YW 83 M 21.4
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 615 lb.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC344535 WP 22R 21 January 2005 Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 85 BW -3.1 WW 28 YW 60 M 25.4 TM 40 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
Progeny: WP 46W, WP 26y.
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-42K(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-26Y
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-34H(P)
PMC338030 WP 26Y 5 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-39F(P)
CE 48 BW 1.8 WW 37 YW 71 M 24.3 TM 43
44
P-3 MS CIGAR 22R
44a
29Y
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 713 lb.
26Y
22R & 26Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
19 January 2005 Dbl Pld
CE 47 BW 2.4 WW 45 YW 85 M 19.5 TM 42
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
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Dbl Pld
TM 44
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-24K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-72H(P)
P-3 LADY SKY 5-18E(P)
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P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 21R
PFC344211 WP 21R
21 January 2005 Dbl Pld
CE 27 BW 2.5 WW 54 YW 104 M 22.6 TM 50
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 1W (WP 60y), WP 6y.
45a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-6Y
PFC388624 WP 6Y
29 January 2011
CE 16 BW 5.7 WW 52 YW 96 M 22.4
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 674 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 48
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 34N(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-73K(P)
P-3 LADY SKY 5-18E(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 83 BW -1.1 WW 32 YW 57 M 26.9 TM 43 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
Progeny: WP 51U, WP 101y.
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BRYMAC SIERRA 30L(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-101Y
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
PFC388611 WP 101Y 24 February 2011
Dbl Pld
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 408D
SPRUCEVILLE PAULINA 237B
CE 65 BW 2.3 WW 39 YW 68 M 25.2 TM 45
46
P-3 MS CIGAR 30R
PFC344193 WP 30R
23 January 2005 Dbl Pld
46a
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 669 lb.
30R
101Y
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC344191 WP 40R 25 January 2005 Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 66 BW .6 WW 26 YW 56 M 27.4 TM 40 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
HTA PERFORMER PLD 219B(P)
HTA SCARLET 714W(P)
P-3 LADY PERFORMERO-223K(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-21Y
P-3 MONTE REY 9-102Y(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-67C(P)
PMC338027 WP 21Y 3 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY REALITY 5-57T(P)
CE 79 BW 1.1 WW 33 YW 62 M 26.3 TM 43
47
P-3 MS CIGAR 40R
47a
40R
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 614 lb.
FZ MIGHTY MAC POLLED 828(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
PFC344213 WP 58R 31 January 2005 Dbl Pld
MISS CAMELOT 503 POLLED
CE 91 BW -1.8 WW 44 YW 80 M 24 TM 46 4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
HJC EXPECTATION POLLED
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24HAW CHARISSA P465 POLLED
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
MILL CREEKS MISS CHERI
Progeny: WP 145W, WP 94y.
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 44N(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-94Y
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-67K(P)
PFC388632 WP 94Y 23 February 2011
Dbl Pld
P-3 LADY ROMANTIC 8-147X(P)
48
P-3 MS YLI3 58R
48a
94Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
CE 64 BW 1.9 WW 45 YW 80 M 23.8
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 106 lb., 205 DW 692 lb.
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TM 46
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P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 60R
PFC344207 WP 60R
2 February 2005
Dbl Pld
CE 37 BW .9 WW 45 YW 88 M 23.6 TM 46
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD May 1-8, 2012.
Progeny: WP 108U (WP 152y), WP 109X,
WP 115y.
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-62M(S)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-142K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 9-92Y(P)
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
CE 6 BW 3.2 WW 48 YW 101 M 30.6 TM 55 MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
Progeny: WP 152X, WP 53y.
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-187K(P)
P-3 MR PAL MARTEL 1-53Y
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-127E(P)
PMC338031 WP 53Y
12 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
P-3 LADY REALITY 7-46W(P)
BW 3.1 WW 43 YW 78 M 22.5 YM 44
50
P-3 MS Y2K 63R
PFC344190
WP 63R
4 February 2005 3rd Gen Pld
50a
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 99 lb., 205 DW 812 lb.
51
P-3 MS CIGAR 88R
SFC344159
WP 88R
16 February 2005 Dbl Pld/s
CE 41 BW -1.7 WW 38 YW 67 M 35 TM 54
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 48t (WP 122y), WP 10y.
51a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-10Y
PFC388625 WP 10Y 31 January 2011
CE 38 BW 2.2 WW 42 YW 74 M 29.2
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 100 lb. , 205 DW 672 lb.
52
Dbl Pld
TM 50
88R
P-3 MS CIGAR 97R
PFC344181 WP 97R
20 February 2005 Dbl Pld
CE 66 BW .6 WW 32 YW 62 M 25.7 TM 42
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 168W, WP 126X, WP 92y.
52a
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-92Y
PFC388618 WP 92Y 20 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 38 BW 2.4 WW 36 YW 60 M 19.8 TM 38 3
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 101 lb., 205 DW 612 lb.
53
P-3 MS Y2K 104R
PFC344163
WP 104R
22 February 2005 3rd Gen Pld
CE 77 BW .3 WW 40 YW 86 M 30.8 TM 51
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny:WP 61U, WP 141W, WP 86y.
53a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-86Y
SMC338022 WP 86Y 18 February 2011
CE 98 BW .1 WW 39 YW 75 M 28.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 678 lb.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
SIR EC 20/20 PLD 92G(P)
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
GOLD IN BOULDERS 318C(P)
HDG MISS DANCER 42J(P)
SIR HSF EXPECTATION 43M
HDG EXPECT 42B
HDG MISS IMPACT 2W(P)
Dbl Pld
TM 48
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-94K(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
P-3 LADY ROMANTIC 8-96X(P)
10Y
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-1K(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-69H(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-81C(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
54
P-3 MS Y2K 6-8S
FC352584
WP 8S
14 January 2006
CE 67 BW 1.5 WW 56 YW 119 M 32.6 TM 61
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6,
2012.
54a
P-3 MR PAL MARTEL 1-23Y
PMC338048 WP 23Y 3 February 2011
CE 39 BW 2.7 WW 47 YW 88 M 23.3
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 94 lb., 205 DW 643 lb.
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Polled
TM 47
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-3M(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-109K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 5-3E(P)
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P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-57S
PFC352675
WP 57S
29 January 2006 3rd Gen Pld
CE 98 BW -.1 WW 40 YW 93 M 21.6 TM 42
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
55a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-9Y
PMC338033 WP 9Y
30 January 2011
CE 68 BW 4.1 WW 44 YW 90 M 22
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 670 lb.
Dbl Pld
TM 44
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-62K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 5-89E(P)
P-3 LADY IMP 9-173Y(P)
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
CE 81 BW 1.3 WW 39 YW 83 M 25 TM 44 MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-133Y
HDG WHITE HOT 66G(P)
PFC388635 WP 133Y 6 March 2011
Dbl Pld
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
CE 87 BW 1.2 WW 39 YW 76 M 25.3 TM 45
HDG MISS MONTE 6D(P)
HDG WHITE DAWN HANN 26Z(P)
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
56
P-3 MS Y2K 6-80S
PFC352681
WP 80S
7 February 2006 3rd Gen Pld
56a
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 557 lb.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
CE 34 BW 2.5 WW 49 YW 99 M 23.2 TM 48 MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-81Y
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 2-16M(P)
PFC388636 WP 81Y 17 February 2011
Dbl Pld
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-94K(P)
CE 32 BW 3.9 WW 47 YW 89 M 23.5 TM 47
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
57
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-97S
PFC352689
WP 97S 20 February 2006
3rd Gen Pld
57a
80S
BW 106 lb., 205 DW 569 lb.
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC352705 WP 125S 5 March 2006
Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 75 BW .9 WW 36 YW 68 M -.2 TM 26.6 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-63Y
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-94K(P)
PFC388631 WP 63Y 14 February 2011
Dbl Pld
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
CE 70 BW 2.5 WW 39 YW 72 M 25.4 TM 45
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
P-3 LADY ROMANTIC 8-96X(P)
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
PFC364586 MRSC 56S 13 April 2006
Polled
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
CE 95 BW -.2 WW 33 YW 57 M 27.3 TM 44 LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
DOOL SIR POLLED AERO 7A(P)
DOOL FARM LADY 952Y
RCCL MS SPECIALIST 1-106Y
DOOL FARM LADY 413D
PFC388600 RCCL 106Y 26 February 2011
Dbl Pld
ME BIG BOSS MAN 34Z
CE 92 BW .6 WW 36 YW 63 M 26.3 TM 44
DOOL FARM LADY 204B
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
DOOL FARM LADY 906Y
BW 91 lb., 205 DW 648 lb.
BW 92 lb. , 205 DW 695 lb.
58
P-3 MS CIGAR 6-125S
58a
59
MRSC MISS 56S
59a
56S
P–3 Charolais Inc.
106Y
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60
MRSC MISS 75S
PFC364592 MRSC 75S 17 April 2006
Dbl Pld
CE 90 BW -1.7 WW 32 YW 57 M 16.4 TM 32
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
SUTTONS JUDGE 552Z(P)
SUTTON'S CEC JUDGE 110C(P)
SUTTONS NORLENE IMP 10W(P)
OCR MISS ALLURE 52C(P)
VAL-END RAINMAKER 32R(P)
OCR MISS BIZANEE 42A(P)
OCR TWINKLE 39X(P)
75S
61
MRSC MISS 97S
PFC364597 MRSC 97S 19 April 2006
Polled
CE 5 BW 6.3 WW 51 YW 90 M 22.9 TM 48
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 23august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
ABC ICEMAN 811
IMMORTAL
BR MISS BEA 26
GID MORTAL POWER 1W
PEMBINA POWERPLAY 81P
MS SYLDON POWERPLAY 529T
MOUNTAIN ASH JUNIOR 19M
NRA MR TOP GUN 460Z(P)
HIGH LEA SIR 26E
MISS HIGH LEA 26X
MRSC MS 577H
MHCL ZASPER 38B(P)
GRIZZLY BEAR ZTA 479D
ZTA GRIZZLY BEAR 402B
ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
PFC364598 MRSC 98S 19 April 2006 3rd Gen Pld
PKR MS CASS 84P(P)
CE 90 BW 2 WW 35 YW 55 M 16.3 TM 34 HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
HICKORY LANE PROFESSOR
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
RCC ROYAL TEMPTRESS 3259(P)
LAND O'LAKES FULLBACK30F(P)
HEATH'S KENNEDY 14K(P)
DIANNA 18D(P)
RCCL MS NAVIGATOR 1-124Y MRSC MISSRODANJEN
66M(P)
PFC389093 RCCL 124Y 3 March 2011
Dbl Pld
SUTTON'S CEC JUDGE 110C(P)
CE 77 BW 2.3 WW 39 YW 67 M 19.7 TM 39
OCR MISS DESIRE 19G(P)
OCR MISS DESIRE 28Z(P)
sire: Css sIR naVIGatoR 54W(P)
62
MRSC MISS 98S
62a
BW 96 lb., 205 DW 662 lb.
63
MRSC MISS 112S
PFC364604 MRSC 112S 22 April 2006
Polled
CE 19 BW 4.9 WW 46 YW 89 M 18 TM 41
aI bred to HBsF specialist 108U June 11,
2011. exposed to HBsF specialist 108U June
12-august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
63a
RCCL MS SPECIALIST 1-173Y
FC388601 RCCL 173Y 28 March 2011
CE 51 BW 3.5 WW 43 YW 80 M 21.6
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 619 lb.
TM 43
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
MRSC MISS 312K
XPB MONTE CARLO 21Y(P)
LWX MISS MONTE 234B(P)
LWX MISS CURTIS 810X(P)
112S
ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
PFC364606 MRSC 137S 24 April 2006 3rd Gen Pld
PKR MS CASS 84P(P)
CE 79 BW 2.3 WW 35 YW 56 M 10.2 TM 28 HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
HICKORY LANE PROFESSOR
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
RCC ROYAL TEMPTRESS 3259(P)
Progeny: RCCl 173X, RCCl 87y.
HTA TUNDRA PLD 222B(P)
MNE BOLD VENTURE 38D(P)
MNE MONETTE 24U(P)
MRSC MISS 320N(P)
RCCL MR PAL MARTEL 1-87Y
DOOL SIR BIG TIME 64B
SMC338015 RCCL 87Y 19 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld/s
DOOL FARM LADY 416D(P)
DOOL FARM LADY 175A
CE 35 BW 4 WW 38 YW 59 M 11.7 TM 31
64
MRSC MISS 137S
64a
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 104 lb. , 205 DW 643 lb.
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ROXY'S JACK DEMPSEY 63R
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
PKR MS CASS 84P(P)
CE 97 BW .4 WW 24 YW 37 M 13.8 TM 26 HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
HICKORY LANE PROFESSOR
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 27-april 3, 2012.
RCC ROYAL TEMPTRESS 3259(P)
AAA POLLED PAUL 7E(P)
SCN PIERRE 10J(P)
SCN PIERETTE 329G(P)
RCCL MR SPECIALIST 1-59Y
MRSC MISS 716L(P)
PMC338013 RCCL 59Y 14 February 2011
Dbl Pld
BERICH STARWINDER 610F(P)
CE 87 BW 2.3 WW 34 YW 56 M 19 TM 36
MRSC MS 547H
BERICH BANNER LADY 654F
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
65
MRSC MISS 141S
PFC364608 MRSC 141S 24 April 2006
Dbl Pld
65a
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 683 lb.
66
MRSC MISS 139S
FC364607
MRSC 139S 24 April 2006
CE 39 BW 3.9 WW 41 YW 72 M 23.8 TM 44
exposed KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
66a
RCCL MS PAL MARTEL 1-121Y
PFC388604 RCCL 121Y 2 March 2011
CE 17 BW 4.8 WW 41 YW 67 M 18.5
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 692 lb.
67
Polled
TM 39
MRSC MISS 158S
PFC364611 MRSC 158S 26 April 2006
Polled
CE 2 BW 7.4 WW 45 YW 85 M 27.6 TM 50
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t on
May 25 and 27. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican
34X May 28-august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13,
2012.
WILDOR RAVEN 6M
FVC TANGO 907Y
AFS RUSH 30R(P)
CHARDEL HARVEST 438D
SIR QCR HIGHGEAR 2P
CHARDEL EVANGELINE 822X
EVANGELINE
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
MRSC MISS 330K(P)
SPRUCEVILLE STYLE 140Z(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 268B(P)
SVCC LADY EDITION 939Y(P)
WILDOR RAVEN 6M
FVC TANGO 907Y
AFS RUSH 30R(P)
CHARDEL HARVEST 438D
SIR QCR HIGHGEAR 2P
CHARDEL EVANGELINE 822X
EVANGELINE
CHARDEL REEBOK 10Y
CARLSON'S "ICE" 301C
MISS PRAIRIE COVE 411S
MRSC MISS 384K
RAWES TWISTER 4Z(P)
RAWES AVA 347B
RAWES MISS HANK 117X
158S
68
P-3 MS Y2K 7 - 17T
PFC361658 WP 17T 20 January 2007
3rd Gen Pld
CE 94 BW -.3 WW 37 YW 69 M 26.4 TM 45
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
68a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-54Y
54Y
PMC338040 WP 54Y 12 February 2011
CE 79 BW 1.9 WW 40 YW 72 M 25.3
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 96 lb., 205 DW 688 lb.
69
Dbl Pld
TM 45
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 7-33T
PFC361689 WP 33T 24 January 2007 3rd Gen Pld
CE 99 BW -3.6 WW 38 YW 82 M 26.4 TM 45
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6,
2012.
Progeny: WP 63X.
33t
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2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-10K(P)
FVC BUTLER 80B(P)
P-3 MISS BUTLER 16G(P)
BLH CHRISTINE 20C
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MR PRIMECUT 20P(P)
GOOD ANCHOR FUSE 34K(P)
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 94M(P)
HDG YL 16J(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 3R(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
P-3 MS BIG MAC 8-97H(P)
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2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
CE 100 BW -2.4 WW 41 YW 84 M 26.6 TM 47 MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MR PAL MARTEL 1-131Y
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
PMC338046 WP 131Y 6 March 2011
3rd Gen Pld
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
CE 90 BW -.7 WW 38 YW 67 M 20.9 TM 40
P-3 LADY YL13 7-124G(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 5-157E(P)
sire: JR Pal MaRtel 606s(P)
70
P-3 MS Y2K 7 - 31T
PFC361667 WP 31T 24 January 2007 3rd Gen Pld
70a
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 651 lb.
72
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 7-103T
PFC361688 WP 103T
10 February 2007 Dbl Pld
CE 90 BW -1.7 WW 36 YW 63 M 27.6 TM 46
exposed to KMaC Digar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 60X, WP 2y.
72a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-2Y
PMC338049 WP 2Y
27 January 2011
CE 90 BW -.2 WW 38 YW 65 M 26.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 92 lb., 205 DW 604 lb.
73
Dbl Pld
TM 46
13 February 2007 Dbl Pld
CE 85 BW .7 WW 38 YW 71 M 22.8 TM 42
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
73a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-14Y
MC338051 WP 14Y 31 January 2011
CE 91 BW 1.1 WW 39 YW 70 M 24.1
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 92 lb., 205 DW 610 lb.
74
TM 44
PFC361694 WP 48T 27 January 2007 3rd Gen Pld
CE 90 BW -4.3 WW 33 YW 73 M 33.2 TM 50
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
71a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-122Y
PFC388639 WP 122Y 3 March 2011
Dbl Pld
CE 62 BW 1.4 WW 40 YW 78 M 28.1 TM 48 5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 677 lb.
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MR PRIMECUT 20P(P)
GOOD ANCHOR FUSE 34K(P)
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 94M(P)
HDG YL 16J(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 88R(S)
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
HDG MISS DANCER 42J(P)
HDG EXPECT 42B
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 134P(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
BRYMAC DELPHI 90L(P)
BRYMAC DELHIA 99G(P)
WCR SIR DUKE 783
SCHURRTOP 5627
MISS SUGAR VALLEY 908
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT UNLIMITED CHAPS 0109(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
LT PRAIRIE MAIDEN 8095
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC HEIDI 51M(P)
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 241B(P)
2Y
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 8-14U
PFC372550 WP 14U 25 January 2008 3rd Gen Pld
CE 76 BW .2 WW 45 YW 93 M 23.7 TM 46
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
74a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-76Y
PFC388645 WP 76Y 16 February 2011
CE 54 BW 3.4 WW 46 YW 87 M 23.4
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 582 lb.
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 7 - 48T
103t
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 7-110T
PFC361677 WP 110T
71
Dbl Pld
TM 46
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MR PRIMECUT 5P(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
P-3 MS BIG MAC 8-97H(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 6-135S(P)
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
HDG MISS YL 19J(P)
HDG WHITE HOT 90G(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
75
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-49U
PFC372572 WP 49U
3 February 2008
Dbl Pld
CE 63 BW 1.7 WW 38 YW 81 M 22.9 TM 42
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 17-24, 2012.
75a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-38Y
PFC388617 WP 38Y 9 February 2011
CE 53 BW 3.5 WW 41 YW 80 M 23.3
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 641 lb.
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Dbl Pld
TM 44
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BYRMAC EVA 100J(P)
TSC BEEBE'S TRADITION 1A(S)
SILVER SHADOW EVA 67E
SILVER SHADOW DON 57W
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2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
CE 73 BW 1.6 WW 40 YW 87 M 20.5 TM 41 MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-89Y
HDG MISS WHITEMONTE 59G(P)
PFC388626 WP 89Y 19 February 2011
Dbl Pld
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
CE 77 BW 2.1 WW 41 YW 79 M 22.7 TM 43
HDG MISS MONTE 9Y(P)
HDG IMPRESSIVE 6W(P)
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
76
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-54U
PFC372560 WP 54U 4 February 2008 3rd Gen Pld
76a
BW 91 lb., 205 DW 588 lb.
77
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-66U
FC372563
WP 66U
6 February 2008
CE 100 BW -3.7 WW 30 YW 61 M 20.5 TM 35
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
77a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-22Y
MC338025 WP 22Y 3 February 2011
CE 96 BW -.1 WW 36 YW 67 M 22.5
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 625 lb.
TM 41
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-116K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-58H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-47E(P)
66U
78
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-72U
PFC372569 WP 72U 7 February 2008 3rd Gen Pld
CE 50 BW 2.8 WW 42 YW 89 M 21.6 TM 43
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-67K(P)
P-3 ROMANTIC LAD 5-2T(P)
P-3 LADY ROMANTIC 8-147X(P)
P-3 LADY MIDAS 6-44U(P)
72U
79
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-133U
PFC372552 WP 133U 1 March 2008
Dbl Pld
CE 46 BW 2.2 WW 42 YW 82 M 27.1 TM 48
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t apirl 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
133U
P–3 Charolais Inc.
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2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC LILITH 66M(P)
SILVER SHADOW TRAD 65D
BRYMAC LILY 402F
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
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80
P-3 MS WESTERN EDGE 9-18W
PFC378271 WP 18W
28 January 2009 Dbl Pld
CE 99 BW -1.6 WW 36 YW 75 M 24.1 TM 42
Exposed to HBSF Specialist 108U April 24August 1, 2011. ECD February 21-28, 2012.
80a
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-5Y
PMC338024 WP 5Y
28 January 2011 3rd Gen Pld
CE 90 BW 0 WW 38 YW 80 M 23.4 TM 42
Sire: KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 642 lb.
81
MS KEYS HANDYMAN 9-1W
PFC378265 WP 1W
20 January 2009
Dbl Pld
CE 90 BW -.9 WW 55 YW 99 M 20.7 TM 48
Exposed to HBSF Specialist 108U April 24August 1, 2011. ECD February 14-21, 2012.
81a
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 1-60Y
PFC388616 WP 60Y 14 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 76 BW .6 WW 48 YW 92 M 21.6 TM 46
Sire: KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
BW 93 lb., 205 DW 669 lb.
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
LT WESTERN EDGE 4057 PLD(P)
BBCR DUKE'S SON 786 PLD
LT DUCHESS OF MAC 7076 P
BBCR MAXINE 429
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC HEIDI 51M(P)
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 241B(P)
5Y
2UP LIMITED EDITIONL147
2UP PEUGEOT(P)
PALGROVE ESTELLA 14(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
GCR STYLISH STAR SUPREME
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MISS KEY SPRINT 821X
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 21R(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 34N(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-73K(P)
2UP LIMITED EDITIONL147
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
PALGROVE ESTELLA 14(P)
CE 76 BW .2 WW 48 YW 86 M 10 TM 20.6 KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
GCR STYLISH STAR SUPREME
Exposed to HBSF Specialist 108U April 24MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
August 1, 2011. ECD February 28-March 6, 2012.
MISS KEY SPRINT 821X
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-28Y P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-196K(P)
SMC338019 WP 28Y 5 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld/s
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
CE 69 BW 1 WW 44 YW 86 M 21.6 TM 43
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
Sire: KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
83
P-3 MS KEYS HANDYMAN 9-20W
PFC378275 WP 20W
28 January 2009 Dbl Pld
82
P-3 MS KEYS HANDYMAN 9-3W
PFC378273 WP 3W
82a
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 1-1Y
PFC388615 WP 1Y
26 January 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 98 BW -.1 WW 43 YW 83 M 22 TM 43
Sire: KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
BW 91 lb., 205 DW 580 lb.
84
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 9-30W
PFC378287 WP 30W 30 January 2009 3rd Gen Pld
CE 79 BW 2.3 WW 41 YW 94 M 19.1 TM 4010
Exposed to HBSF Specialist 108U April 24August 1, 2011. ECD February 14-21, 2012.
83a
BW 92 lb., 205 DW 652 lb.
Courtney Jones & Jessica Gray, part of the P Bar 3 staff
30W
P–3 Charolais Inc.
22 January 2009 Dbl Pld
CE 100 BW -2.5 WW 45 YW 79 M 21.6 TM 44
Exposed to HBSF Specialist 108U April 24August 1, 2011. ECD February 28-March 6, 2012.
21 Complete Dispersal
2UP LIMITED EDITIONL 147
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
PALGROVE ESTELLA 14
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
GCR STYLISH STAR SUPREME
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MISS KEY SPRINT 821X
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD
NOR HOUSTON 2K(P)
RPJ CLASSIC BEAUTY 828H(P)
BRYMAC ALEXA 5M(P)
NOR MESqUITE 16E
BRYMAC ALEXA 31K(P)
SILVER SHADOW ALEX 53E
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(qP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(qS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
F704053 WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 2-54M(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-27K(P)
P-3 LADY PART LTD 4-7D(P)
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P-3 MS WESTERN EDGE 9-46W
PFC378272 WP 46W 3 February 2009 3rd Gen Pld
CE 98 BW -3.2 WW 35 YW 76 M 21.9 TM 39
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
85a
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-116Y
PMC338017 WP 116Y 28 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 91 BW -1.4 WW 36 YW 79 M 22.5 TM 41
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 87 lb., 205 DW 739 lb.
46W
86
P-3 MS WESTERN EDGE 9-71W
PFC378274 WP 71W
7 February 2009
Dbl Pld
CE 52 BW 2.5 WW 42 YW 86 M 23.1 TM 44
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
86a
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 1-75Y
PFC388619 WP 75Y 16 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 71 BW 1.1 WW 39 YW 83 M 23.3 TM 43
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 88 lb., 205 DW 595 lb.
75Y
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
LT WESTERN EDGE 4057 PLD(P)
BBCR DUKE'S SON 786 PLD
LT DUCHESS OF MAC 7076 P
BBCR MAXINE 429
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 22R(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-42K(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-34H(P)
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
LT WESTERN EDGE 4057 PLD(P)
BBCR DUKE'S SON 786 PLD
LT DUCHESS OF MAC 7076 P
BBCR MAXINE 429
TMR EMMINENCE 3E
BPL POTTER'S JEDA 34J(P)
BPL DIABLO 55D(P)
MRSC MISS 84M(P)
SVC SIR TNT 558T
MRSC MISS 17J
DOOL FARM LADY 256B
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC378281 WP 77W 9 February 2009 3rd Gen Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 40 BW 1.8 WW 51 YW 104 M 21.9 TM 47 LT WESTERN EDGE 4057 PLD(P)
BBCR DUKE'S SON 786 PLD(P)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24LT DUCHESS OF MAC 7076 P(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
BBCR MAXINE 429
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-44Y P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-69M(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
PMC338018 WP 44Y 10 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-181K(P)
CE 64 BW .8 WW 44 YW 92 M 22.6 TM 45
P-3 LADY CHAPS 4-32D(P)
87
P-3 MS WESTERN EDGE 9-77W
87a
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 621 lb.
77W
88
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 9-107W
PFC378288 WP 107W 14 February 2009 3rd Gen Pld
CE 84 BW .7 WW 42 YW 92 M 19.6 TM 41
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
88a
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-8Y
PMC338042 WP 8Y
30 January 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 76 BW 1.2 WW 41 YW 88 M 21.1 TM 42
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 92 lb., 205 DW 619 lb.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(Q)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 2-28M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-37K(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-104 H(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
FC378277 WP 147W 27 February 2009
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
CE 22 BW 4 WW 44 YW 94 M 24.6 TM 46 TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 2-53M
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-70K
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-103H(P)
89
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 9-147W
22 Complete Dispersal
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P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 9-141W
PFC378269 WP 141W 25 February 2009 3rd Gen Pld
CE 64 BW 2.3 WW 45 YW 93 M 26.4 TM 49
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
90a
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-27Y
PMC338023 WP 27Y 5 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
CE 81 BW 0.6 WW 40 YW 85 M 25.1 TM 45
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 86 lb., 205 DW 654 lb.
91
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 9-168W
PFC378529 WP 168W 8 March 2009 3rd Gen Pld
CE 78 BW 0 WW 39 YW 76 M 23.7 TM 43
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
93
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-6X
PFC384660 WP 6X
25 January 2010 Dbl Pld
CE 91 BW 1.5 WW 38 YW 77 M 22.9 TM 42
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
95
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-8X
PFC384639 WP 8X
26 January 2010 Dbl Pld
CE 80 BW 2.7 WW 42 YW 86 M 20.9 TM 42
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 104R(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-1K(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-69H(P)
141W
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 97R(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-94K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
P-3 LADY YL13 7-124G(P)
92
RCCL MS SPECIALIST 0-2X
PFC384692 RCCL 2X
CE 93 BW 1.2 WW 28 YW 48 M 20.3 TM 35
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
94
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-7X
PFC384646 WP 7X
26 January 2010 Dbl Pld
CE 80 BW 2.7 WW 42 YW 86 M 20.9 TM 42
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 2-54M(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-27K(P)
P-3 LADY PART LTD 4-7D(P)
7X
P–3 Charolais Inc.
23 January 2010 Dbl Pld
23 Complete Dispersal
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
MRSC MISS 141S(P)
SCN PIERRE 10J(P)
MRSC MISS 716L(P)
MRSC MS 547H
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 2-54M(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-27K(P)
P-3 LADY PART LTD 4-7D(P)
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97
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-12X
PFC387213 WP 12X
27 January 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 91 BW 2.5 WW 35 YW 67 M 21.1 TM 38
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-89K(P)
P-3 MONTE REY 9-102Y(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-180C(P)
P-3 LADY REALITY 8-91X(P)
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-35X
PFC384647 WP 35X
2 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 48 BW 2.3 WW 37 YW 80 M 23.8 TM 42
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
NOR HOUSTON 2K(P)
RPJ CLASSIC BEAUTY 828H(P)
P-3 MS HOUSTON 81N(S)
SPARVAN KING 12D(S)
BRYMAC LILY 400J
BRYMAC LILY 402F
98
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-38X
PFC384656 WP 38X
3 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 87 BW .6 WW 25 YW 58 M 25 TM 38
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
35X
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
RAINBOW 7N MR 13S
PCFL INDEPENDENCE 109C(Q)
PCFL BARBETTE 40U
P-3 MS INDEPENDENCE 94N(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-19K(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-53H(P)
99
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-46X
PFC385166 WP 46X
5 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 95 BW 0 WW 39 YW 75 M 20.2 TM 40
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
46X
100
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 28P(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND O-185K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-20E(P)
101
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384653 WP 51X 6 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 82 BW 2.6 WW 39 YW 70 M 26.3 TM 46 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC HEIDI 51M(P)
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 241B(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-51X
P–3 Charolais Inc.
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-60X
PFC384645 WP 60X
8 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 79 BW 1.2 WW 42 YW 72 M 25.5 TM 46
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
24 Complete Dispersal
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 7 - 103T(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 134P(P)
BRYMAC DELPHI 90L(P)
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EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384659 WP 62X 8 February 2010
3rd Gen Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 79 BW 1.5 WW 35 YW 71 M 21.1 TM 39 KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-19K(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-53H(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 8-13X(P)
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-62X
62X
103
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-63X
PFC384679 WP 63X
9 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 87 BW .6 WW 43 YW 83 M 24.6 TM 46
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 23august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 MR PRIMECUT 20P(P)
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 94M(P)
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 7 - 33T(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 3R(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
104
105
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-64X
PFC384648 WP 64X
63X
9 February 2010
Dbl Pld
CE 87 BW 1.3 WW 39 YW 71 M 25.5 TM 45
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 7 - 17T(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-10K(P)
P-3 MISS BUTLER 16G(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-74X
PFC384649 WP 74X
12 February 2010
106
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-80X
PFC384643 WP 80X
12 February 2010
3rd Gen Pld
CE 39 BW 1.2 WW 42 YW 88 M 26.3 TM 47
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-69M(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-181K(P)
P-3 LADY CHAPS 4-32D(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
Dbl Pld
CE 37 BW 3.1 WW 43 YW 80 M 23.7 TM 45
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 24-31, 2012.
74X
25 Complete Dispersal
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 16R(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
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RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384657 WP 83X 13 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 78 BW 2.3 WW 34 YW 58 M 21.1 TM 38 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BRYMAC SIERRA 30L(P)
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 408D
SPRUCEVILLE PAULINA 237B
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-83X
83X
108
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384640 WP 87X 14 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 67 BW 1.3 WW 42 YW 77 M 23.8 TM 45 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND2-48M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-73K(P)
P-3 LADY SKY 5-18E(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-87X
99X
109
110
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384654 WP 99X 17 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 76 BW 2.2 WW 38 YW 78 M 19.5 TM 38 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-25K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-41H(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-84A(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-99X
111
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384651 WP 105X 18 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 76 BW 1.6 WW 37 YW 65 M 25.6 TM 44 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD april 13-20, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
HCR EXODUS 9033 POLLED(P)
HCR FLASH 5074 POLLED(P)
MISS HCR MAC 2015 POLLED
P-3 MS FLASH 92P(P)
NOR MESQUITE 16E
BRYMAC ALEXA 31K(P)
SILVER SHADOW ALEX 53E
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-105X
112
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384677 WP 108X 18 February 2010
Dbl Pld
FC130465 MVX EDITH 806X
CE 46 BW 2.9 WW 44 YW 86 M 19.9 TM 42 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD april 28-May 5, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
240 P-3 MS PRIMECUT 110P(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A (P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-188K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-2F(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-108X
P–3 Charolais Inc.
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384644 WP 109X 19 February 2010
3rd Gen Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 70 BW -.2 WW 43 YW 87 M 23.1 TM 45 KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 7-14, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 60R(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-62M(S)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-142K(P)
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-109X
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114
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384662 WP 112X 19 February 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 16 BW 4.4 WW 45 YW 83 M 25.5 TM 48 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 PERFECT LAD 8-172H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
BRYMAC LILLY 76L(P)
SILVER SHADOW TRAD 65D
BRYMAC LILY 402F
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-112X
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-161X
FC384650
WP 161X
20 February 2010
CE 35 BW 2.8 WW 38 YW 67 M 18.8 TM 38
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
115
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384682 WP 126X 26 February 2010
3rd Gen Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 70 BW .8 WW 35 YW 73 M 24.3 TM 42 SIRE: KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 19-26, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
DAM: P-3 MS CIGAR 97R(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-94K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 1-143A(P)
P-3 MS WESTERN SPUR 0-126X
161X
116
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384669 WP 138X 6 March 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 46 BW 3.2 WW 55 YW 97 M 21.1 TM 49 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(P)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 78T(QP)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-196K(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-138X
138X
117
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384655 WP 146X 10 March 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 32 BW 3.7 WW 46 YW 85 M 26.9 TM 50 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6,
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
2012.
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 6-135S(P)
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
HDG MISS YL 19J(P)
HDG WHITE HOT 90G(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-146X
P–3 Charolais Inc.
27 Complete Dispersal
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
GOOD ANCHOR KEY 802H(P)
GOOD ANCHOR FUSE 34K(P)
GOOD ANCHOR PERFECT 707G
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 84M(P)
WIESE'S DELIVERANCE 815X(P)
GOLD IN BOULDERS MS 801Z(P)
MISS GIB 16W
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119
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC388815 RCCL 149X 11 March 2010
Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 40 BW 1.6 WW 35 YW 66 M 25.5 TM 43 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
HOOKS AVIGNON G703
HOOK INVESTMENT 0114
MISS SAMANTHA 188
MRSC MISS 386K(P)
MNE JOHNNY BE GOOD 18X(P)
MNE BLUEBIRD 19B(P)
MNE NORTHERN BELLE 13N(P)
RCCL MS JDJIMPRESSION149X
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384676 WP 152X 14 March 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 31 BW 4.7 WW 52 YW 97 M 25.9 TM 52 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 63R(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-187K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-127E(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-152X
120
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
PFC384784 RCCL 154X 15 March 2010
Dbl Pld
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
CE 72 BW -1.1 WW 31 YW 59 M 25.4 TM 41 JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24JD MS COMMANDER B309
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
MRSC MISS 437N(P)
MNE AVIATOR 62A(P)
MNE DILLY 76D(P)
BKE MISS POUNDMAKER 3X(P)
RCCL MS JDJ IMPRESSION 0-154X
154X
121
RCCL MS JDJ IMPRESSION 0-170X
FC384785
RCCL 170X 19 March 2010
CE 63 BW -2.6 WW 35 YW 61 M 27.5 TM 45
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
179X
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
LHD MS CLASSIC BELL X613
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
TA 854 SHOW COMMANDER 854
JD MS COMMANDER B309
LHD MS CLASSIC ALI W177
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
MRSC MISS 468N(P)
DBL HOOK INVESTMENT 0114
MRSC MISS 121J(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 557E
122
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PFC384689 WP 174X 20 March 2010
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 21 BW 2.5 WW 43 YW 78 M 24.5 TM 46 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 44N(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-67K(P)
P-3 LADY ROMANTIC 8-147X(P)
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-174X
174X
P–3 Charolais Inc.
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124
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384782 RCCL 173X 28 March 2010
3rd Gen Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 60 BW 2.8 WW 40 YW 75 M 15.6 TM 36 KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
MSW KAPONE 30U(P)
HICKS YAZIMAN 29Y(P)
WAT-CHA UPTOWN 22U(P)
MRSC MISS 137S(P)
MNE BOLD VENTURE 38D(P)
MRSC MISS 320N(P)
DOOL FARM LADY 416D(P)
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384781 RCCL 179X 2 April 2010
Dbl Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 36 BW 3.4 WW 49 YW 93 M 21.9 TM 47 KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
IMMORTAL
GID MORTAL POWER 1W
MS SYLDON POWERPLAY 529T
MRSC MISS 97S(P)
HIGH LEA SIR 26E
MRSC MS 577H
GRIZZLY BEAR ZTA 479D
RCCL MSWESTERNSPUR 0-173X
RCCL MSWESTERNSPUR0-179X
125
EATONS PREDICTOR 9230
LT WESTERN SPUR 2061 PLD(P)
PFC384783 RCCL 181X 4 April 2010
Pld
LT MAIDEN'S BREEZE 8242P
CE 76 BW 0.9 WW 36 YW 71 M 19.7 TM 38 KMAC CIGAR SPUR 23T(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
exposed to HC X- Periment 34X april 24KMAC HEART BEAT 66R(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
JWX HEART BEAT 846H(P)
HTA TUNDRA PLD 222B(P)
LT RAMROD 4148(P)
LT UNLIMITED GRACE 8100
MRSC MISS 376K
P&H TRILOGY 13Z
PWD LADY RAVEN 631E
PWD PAULINA RAVEN 970Y
RCCL MSWESTERNSPUR0-181X
179X
126
127
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-31Y
PMC338035 WP 31Y
7 February 2011
CE 70 BW 1.8 WW 37 YW 67
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 604 lb.
M 21.9
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
TM 41
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-19K(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-53H(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 8-13X(P)
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
SMC338221 WP 42Y 10 February 2011
Dbl Pld/s
MVX EDITH 806X
CE 81 BW .3 WW 41 YW 79 M 25.3 TM 46 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
BW 106 lb., 205 DW 723 lb.
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 MR PRIMECUT 20P(P)
P-3 GOOD ANCHOR 94M(P)
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 7 - 33T(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 3R(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-42Y
128
RCCL MR NAVIGATOR 1-141Y
MC338605
RCCL 141Y 12 March 2011
CE 45 BW 4.1 WW 41 YW 77
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 603 lb.
M 23.6
TM 44
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
PCC NAVIGATOR 403P
PRAIRIE COVE MISS 802H
CSS SIR NAVIGATOR 54W(P)
CSS SIR CLEAR CUT 14N(P)
CSS LADY CLEAR CUT 82R(P)
CSS LADY STOCKMAN 125M(P)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
NOR GRIZZLY 5G(QS)
NOR ANNA 12E
MRSC MISS 64S(P)
LEVI'S PATRIOT 7Y
MRSC MISS 454K
DOOL FARM LADY 648F
P–3 Charolais Inc.
42Y
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130
RCCL MS SPECIALIST 1-51Y
FC388607
RCCL 51Y
12 February 2011
CE 59 BW 3.6 WW 46 YW 83
BW 112 lb., 205 DW 585 lb.
M 22.5
TM 45
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
LT ASSERTION 1277P
LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P(P)
LT PEARL'S BREEZE 2236 P
RCCL LADY LEAH 139U(P)
CHARDEL HARVEST 438D
MRSC MISS 67S(P)
MRSC MISS 640L(P)
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
PFC388630 WP 82Y 17 February 2011
3rd Gen Pld
MERVEILLE
CE 28 BW 4.2 WW 42 YW 70 M 15.5 TM 37 JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 596 lb.
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 31P(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-116K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-58H(P)
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-82Y
131
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-107Y
PFC388614 WP 107Y 26 February 2011
CE 46 BW 3.5 WW 45 YW 84 M 24.6
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 704 lb.
107Y
132
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
TM 47 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-5M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT O-13K(P)
P-3 LADY SKY 4-41D(P)
192
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
3rd Gen Pld
PFC388647 WP 163Y 23 March 2011
MERVEILLE
CE 33 BW 2.6 WW 41 YW 74 M 15.2 TM 36 JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
BW 104 lb., 205 DW 602 lb.
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-63K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 PERFECT LADY 2G(P)
HAPPY HAVEN ECSTASY 52E(P)
P-3 MS PAL MARTEL 1-163Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-34Y
PMC338039 WP 34Y 8 February 2011
CE 80 BW 1.4 WW 41 YW 80 M 21.9
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 607 lb.
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RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
Dbl Pld
MVX EDITH 806X
TM 42 HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-9K(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-11H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 4-18D(P)
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P-3 MS Y2K 14R
PFC344172 WP 14R
Dbl Pld
17 January 2005
CE 73 BW 2 WW 40 YW 77 M 28.9 TM 49
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
133a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-145Y
QPFC388664 WP 145Y 17 March 2011 3rd Gen Red, Red Factor
CE 43 BW 2 WW 50 YW 93 M 21.9 TM 47
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 653 lb.
134
P-3 MS Y2K 71R
QPFC344177 WP 71R
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR MESQUITE 16E
NOR VICTORIA 21A
BRYMAC ALEXA 31K(P)
PCL COLONEL 3C(P)
SILVER SHADOW ALEX 53E
SILVER SHADOW PAULA 29A
14R
3rd Gen Pld
8 February 2005
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
Progeny: WP 36X, WP 80y.
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-80Y
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
QPFC388652 WP 80Y
17 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-57K(P)
CE 71 BW 2.2 WW 43 YW 81 M 24 TM 45
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-19H(P)
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 607 lb.
P-3 LADY LIMITED 2-110B(P)
CE 85 BW .8 WW 47 YW 97 M 28.5 TM 52
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
134a
135
P-3 MS PLEASANT DAWN 6 - 7S Pld, Red Factor
QPFC369224 WP 7S
14 January 2006
CE 65 BW 1 WW 32 YW 67 M 28.7 YW 45
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
Progeny: WP 41W, WP 103y.
135a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-103Y
QFC388675 WP 103Y 25 February 2011
CE 48 BW .8 WW 45 YW 86 M 22.1
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 676 lb.
136
71R
Dbl Red
TM 45
LLW RED HEAT PLD 25D(P)
BELMONT'S INDIANA 9J(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
PLEASANT DAWN RED 156P(QP)
LLW DOUBLE TAKE PLD 104H(P)
PLEASANT DAWN ROSE 56M(QP)
PLEASANT DAWN REDDY 51E(QP)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 39P
NOR MESQUITE 16E
BRYMAC DEMI 42K
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
7S
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-12S Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPFC352587 WP 12S
17 January 2006
CE 76 BW 1.3 WW 50 YW 100 M 19 TM 44
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
136a
P-3 MR RIPPER 1-30Y
QMC338067 WP 30Y 6 February 2011
CE 28 BW 3 WW 57 YW 108 M 16.4
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 654 lb.
Dbl Red
TM 45
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 58P(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-45M
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-110K(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
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P-3 MS Y2K 6-15S
QPFC352588 WP 15S
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
18 January 2006
CE 55 BW 1.3 WW 45 YW 85 M 27.1 TM 50
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
15S
138
P-3 MS Y2K 6-16S
QPFC352589 WP 16S
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
18 January 2006
CE 72 BW 1.1 WW 45 YW 98 M 29.6 TM 52
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
138a
P-3 MR RIPPER 1-25Y
16S
QPMC338060 WP 25Y 5 February 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 7 BW 5.4 WW 58 YW 114 M 20.5 TM 49
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 108 lb., 205 DW 727 lb.
139
P-3 MS Y2K 6-21S
QPFC352592 WP 21S
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
Progeny: WP 93U (WP 18X), WP 36y.
139a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-36Y
QPFC388657 WP 36Y 9 February 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 28 BW 2.6 WW 55 YW 105 M 22.3 TM 50
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 104 lb. , 205 DW 625 lb.
36Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(S)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-71M(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z(P)
P-3 LADY MIDAS 6-130U(P)
18 January 2006
CE 86 BW -.3 WW 46 YW 92 M 31.2 TM 54
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
21S
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SIR EC 20/20 PLD 92G(P)
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
GOLD IN BOULDERS 318C(P)
HDG MISS 20-20 48J(P)
FH-RRR WILLARD(P)
HDG WILLARD'S LADY 8F(P)
GOLD IN BOULDERS 328C(P)
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND O-185K(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-20E(P)
P-3 LADY SQUIRE 5-17T(P)
88Y
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140
P-3 MS Y2K 6-33S
QPFC352647 WP 33S
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
20 January 2006
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 2-27M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-42K(P)
P-3 LADY YL 13 8-34H(P)
CE 82 BW .9 WW 46 YW 100 M 24.4 TM 48
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
140a
P-3 MR RIPPER 1-18Y
QPMC338059 WP 18Y 2 February 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 35 BW 2.5 WW 55 YW 107 M 19.2 TM 47
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 674 lb.
141
P-3 MS RIPPER 6-42S
QPFC352668 WP 42S
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
22 January 2006
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-72M(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z(P)
P-3 LADY MIDAS 6-130U(P)
CE 28 BW 3.8 WW 50 YW 93 M 15 TM 40
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
142
P-3 MS RIPPER 6-53S
QPFC352672 WP 53S
42S
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
27 January 2006
CE 88 BW -.1 WW 50 YW 97 M 20.1 TM 45
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
142a
P-3 MR SPECIALIST 1-109Y
PMC338034 WP 109Y 26 February 2011
CE 73 BW 2.8 WW 48 YW 88 M 21.8
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 107 lb., 205 DW 654 lb.
143
33S
Dbl Pld
TM 46
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L (QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-196K(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
53S
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-71S 3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC352677 WP 71S
4 February 2006
CE 83 BW .5 WW 45 YW 99 M 23.6 TM 46
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
Progeny: WP 69U (WP 108y), WP 99W, WP 88y.
143a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-88Y
QPFC388654 WP 88Y 19 February 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 30 BW 2.7 WW 55 YW 108 M 18.6 TM 46
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 103 lb., 205 DW 659 lb.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
KJP SKY FIRE 51T(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
SPARROWS PRISCILLA 8735W(P)
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
P-3 LADY YL13 7-124G(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
71S
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P-3 MS Y2K 6-123S
QPFC352704 WP 123S
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
3 March 2006
CE 72 BW 2.4 WW 36 YW 79 M 30 TM 48
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
144a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-148Y
QPFC388650 WP 148Y 18 March 2011
CE 41 BW 2.3 WW 48 YW 94 M 22.4
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 581 lb.
TM 47
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
RAINBOW 7N MR 13S
PCFL INDEPENDENCE 109C(Q)
PCFL BARBETTE 40U
P-3 MS INDEPENDENCE 94N(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-19K(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-53H(P)
145
MRSC MISS 107S
PFC364602 MRSC 107S 21 April 2006
CE 93 BW -.1 WW 40 YW 74 M 15.1 TM 35
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
145a
RCCL MS RIPPER 1-41Y
QPFC388609 RCCL 41Y 10 February 2011 Dbl Pld, Red Factor
CE 33 BW 3 WW 53 YW 97 M 14.1 TM 40
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 554 lb.
146
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 -12T
PFC361673 WP 12T
146a
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 1-120Y
PFC388656 WP 120Y 2 March 2011
Dbl Pld
CE 47 BW 2.1 WW 43 YW 73 M 20.5 TM 42 7
sire: HBsF sPeCIalIst 108U(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 587 lb.
147
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-137Y
QPFC388638 WP 137Y 9 March 2011
CE 22 BW 3.7 WW 55 YW 105
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 751 lb.
Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
M 17 TM 44
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 78T
QPFC361669 WP 78T
Progeny: WP 138X, WP 144y.
148a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-144Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
QPFC388673 WP 144Y 17 March 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 30 BW 1.5 WW 57 YW 104 M 18 TM 46
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 98 lb., 205 DW 587 lb.
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2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 17R(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-24K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-72H(P)
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
3 February 2007
CE 69 BW -.8 WW 51 YW 95 M 22 TM 48
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 27-april 3, 2012.
144Y
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 PERFECT LAD 8-172H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
BRYMAC JO 41M(P)
LORY'S WONDER 3W
SILVER SHADOW JO 73E
SILVERSHADOW JOAN 54S
30 January 2007
147a
148
Dbl Pld
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 7 - 66T 3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC361690 WP 66T
CE 75 BW 1.7 WW 44 YW 91 M 20.8 TM 43
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
66t
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
CHAP'S LADY 2170P
NOR GRIZZLY 5G(QS)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR ANNA 12E
NOR ANNA 38Z
COAT LEZARD
SILVERSTREAM ULVERSTONE
BROOKFIELD OCELOT 017
MRSC MISS 8J
DOOL SIR CENTRAL POWER5C
RAWES ANNA 231F(P)
RAWES LADY 28A(P)
19 January 2007
CE 70 BW 0 WW 43 YW 70 M 16.9 TM 39
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
107s
Polled
Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-196K(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
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P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 82T
149
QPFC361671 WP 82T
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
4 February 2007
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
Progeny: WP 47X, WP 66y.
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-66Y
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
QPFC388669 WP 66Y 15 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-5M(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
CE 5 BW 4.9 WW 50 YW 89 M 18 TM 43
P-3
LADY PRIMECUT O-13K(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
P-3 LADY SKY 4-41D(P)
CE 1 BW 4.6 WW 59 YW 109 M 17.2 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
149a
82t
BW 101 lb., 205 DW 585 lb.
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 81T
150
CE 31
QPFC361678 WP 81T
BW 1.4 WW 49
YW 92
M 19
TM 43
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
151
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 84T
QPFC361656 WP 84T
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
4 February 2007
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58MQ)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L (QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-66M(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-192K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 6-10F(P)
81t
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
5 February 2007
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
SIR EC 20/20 PLD 92G(P)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-52Y
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
QPFC388670 WP 52Y 12 February 2011 3rd Genl Pld, Dbl Red
GOLD IN BOULDERS 318C(P)
CE 40 BW 1.8 WW 42 YW 74 M 17.8 TM 39
HDG MISS 20/20 14J(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
HANNIBAL BM
HDG HANNIBAL 41F(P)
BW 101 lb., 205 DW 584 lb.
HDG MISS PACT 41X(P)
CE 43 BW 1.6 WW 47 YW 87 M 15.4 TM 39
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
151a
152
84t
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 7 - 99T Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPFC361670 WP 99T
10 February 2007
CE 28 BW 2.6 WW 51 YW 105 M 21.9 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 PERFECT LAD 8-172H(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
BRYMAC LILLY 76L(P)
SILVER SHADOW TRAD 65D
BRYMAC LILY 402F
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
P–3 Charolais Inc.
153
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-13U
QPFC372567 WP 13U
CE20 BW 3.5 WW 51 YW 94 M 19.7 TM 45
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
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Dbl Pld, Red
25 January 2008
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-196K(P)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 LADY LIMITED 5-81E(P)
P-3 LADY TRAD 3-110C(P)
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P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 100T
QPFC361698 WP 100T
Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
10 February 2007
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58MQ)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
Progeny: WP 103X, WP 47y.
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-47Y
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
QPFC388667 WP 47Y 11 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, 3rd Gen Red P-3 MS Y2K 120R(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
CE 51 BW -.1 WW 45 YW 83 M 21 TM 44
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-49K(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-65H(P)
CE 46
BW.9 WW 58 YW 112 M 20.5 TM 50
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
154a
100t
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 616 lb.
155
P-3 MS Y2K 8-32U
QPFC372566 WP 32U
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
29 January 2008
CE 84 BW .5 WW 45 YW 102 M 29.1 TM 52
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t May
2. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X May 3august 1, 2011. eCD March 27-april 3, 2012.
Progeny: WP 21X, WP 147y.
155a
P-3 MR RIPPER 1-147Y
32U
QMC338066 WP 147Y 16 March 2011
CE 37 BW 2.2 WW 54 YW 108 M 21.6
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 97 lb., 205 DW 726 lb.
156
Dbl Red
TM 49
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-37U 3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC372570 WP 37U
30 January 2008
CE 88 BW .3 WW 43 YW 85 M 24.2 TM 46
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
157
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-34U
QPFC372530 WP 34U
Dbl Pld, Red
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-69Y
JD MS COMMANDER B309
QPMC338065 WP 69Y 15 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
P-3 MS CIGAR 29P(P)
CE 21 BW 2.4 WW 46 YW 83 M 19.4 TM 42
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-36K(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-62C(P)
BW 100 lb., 205 DW 639 lb.
157a
P–3 Charolais Inc.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
SILVERBIRCH STRIKE 76E(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
NOR JEWEL 12G(P)
BRYMAC EVE 22M(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
BYRMAC EVA 100J(P)
SILVER SHADOW EVA 67E
30 January 2008
CE 12 BW 3 WW 56 YW 105 M 18.6 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
34U
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-36K(P)
P-3 MONTE REY 9-102Y(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-62C(P)
P-3 LADY REAL ELO 8-172X(P)
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P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-36U Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPFC372559 WP 36U
30 January 2008
CE 94 BW -.5 WW 34 YW 65 M 20.1 TM 37
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
158a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-185Y
QFC388677 WP 185Y 6 April 2011
CE 47 BW 1.9 WW 48 YW 90
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 610 lb.
159
M 17
P-3 MS Y2K 8-41U
QPFC372536 WP 41U
Dbl Red
TM 41
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BRYMAC SIERRA 30L(P)
BIRCHFILED MP 30A
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 408D
SPRUCEVILLE PAULINA 237B
36U
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
160
31 January 2008
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-51U
QPFC372540 WP 51U
CE 13 BW 3.5 WW 60 YW 105 M 19 TM 49
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6,
2012.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW Y2K(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-40Y
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
QPMC338058 WP 40Y 10 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
JD MS COMMANDER B309
CE 47 BW 1.5 WW 43 YW 79 M 26.4 TM 48
P-3 MS CIGAR 37N(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT O-13K(P)
BW 89 lb., 205 DW 681 lb.
P-3 LADY SKY 4-41D(P)
CE 56 BW 1.2 WW 49 YW 97 M 32.7 TM 57
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
159a
161
P-3 MS PLEASANT DAWN RED 8-52U
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC372561 WP 52U
4 February 2008
CE 79 BW -1.1 WW 30 YW 56 M 33.9 TM 49
exposed to KMaC Cigar spur 23t april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
162
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-56U
QPFC372537 WP 56U
LLW RED HEAT PLD 25D(P)
BELMONT'S INDIANA 9J(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
PLEASANT DAWN RED 156P(QP)
LLW DOUBLE TAKE PLD 104H(P)
PLEASANT DAWN ROSE 56M(QP)
PLEASANT DAWN REDDY 51E(QP)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 34R(P)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
BRYMAC HEIDI 51M(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 409D(P)
51U
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
4 February 2008
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(P)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-15Y
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
QPMC338057 WP 15Y 1 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
JD MS COMMANDER B309
CE 34 BW 2.5 WW 45 YW 81 M 19.9 TM 42
P-3 MS CIGAR 3R(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
BW 106 lb, 205 DW 633 lb.
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-85K(P)
P-3 MS BIG MAC 8-97H(P)
CE 69 BW -0.2 WW 49 YW 92 M 21.1 TM 46
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
162a
P–3 Charolais Inc.
56U
37 Complete Dispersal
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
3 February 2008
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
LHD CIGAR E46(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
JD MS COMMANDER B309
P-3 MS CIGAR 30R(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
BRYMAC SIERRA 30L(P)
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 408D
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P-3 MS PLEASANT DAWN RED 8-61U
4th Gen Pld, Red
QPFC372539 WP 61U
6 February 2008
CE 79 BW -0.1 WW 33 YW 70 M 31.9 TM 49
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t June
11. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X June
12-august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
61U
164
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-63U
QPFC372538 WP 63U
CE 7 BW 4.1 WW 55 YW 97 M 21.1 TM 49
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 20-27, 2012.
Progeny: WP 31X, WP 96y.
166
Polled, Red Factor
6 February 2008
11 February 2008
CE 85 BW .1 WW 49 YW 92 M 28 TM 52
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 10-17, 2012.
Progeny WP 18X.
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 6-21S(QP)
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND O-185K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 5-20E(P)
P-3 MS TRI-SANTOS 8-69U
3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
QPFC372549 WP 69U
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
BNE FESTUS 1Y(P)
SPARVAN KING 12D(S)
DIAMOND W MS ROYLE JR12X
BRYMAC LILY 400J
SILVER SHADOW TRAD 65D
BRYMAC LILY 402F
SPRUCEVILLE LADY 403D
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-108Y
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
QPFC388655 WP 108Y 26 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, 3rd Gen Red
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
CE 29 BW 2.7 WW 44 YW 84 M 21.6 TM 44
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-71S(QP)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
BW 95 lb., 205 DW 653 lb.
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
165a
167
P-3 MS TRI-SANTOS 8-92U
QFC372548 WP 92U
Dbl Red
11 February 2008
CE 54 BW 2.6 WW 50 YW 100 M 26.6 TM 52
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
167a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-179Y
QFC388674 WP 179Y 4 April 2011
3rd Gen Red
CE 30 BW 2.5 WW 55 YW 105 M 20.6 TM 48
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 735 lb.
92U
P–3 Charolais Inc.
7 February 2008
CE 30 BW 4.2 WW 53 YW 108 M 22.6 TM 49
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
P-3 MS TRI-SANTOS 8-93U
3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
QPFC372565 WP 93U
165
LLW RED HEAT PLD 25D(P)
BELMONT'S INDIANA 9J(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
PLEASANT DAWN RED 156P(QP)
LLW DOUBLE TAKE PLD 104H(P)
PLEASANT DAWN ROSE 56M(QP)
PLEASANT DAWN REDDY 51E(QP)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 104R(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-1K(P)
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND8-69H(P)
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-95S(QP)
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
BRYMAC KANDY 64L(P)
BRYMAC KANDY 7G
179Y
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P-3 MS TRI-SANTOS 8-108U
CE 73 BW .1 WW 49 YW 98 M 22.9 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 17-24, 2012.
168a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-152Y
QPFC388651 WP 152Y 15 March 2011 Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
CE 26 BW 2.3 WW 56 YW 107 M 18.3 TM 47
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 99 lb., 205 DW 603 lb.
170
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-126U
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-196U
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-115U
3rd Gen Pld, Red Factor
PFC372554 WP 115U 23 February 2008
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
SCHURRTOP 5627
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 60R(P)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS IMPRESSION 2-62M(S)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-142K(P)
CE 95 BW -.2 WW 41 YW 91 M 18.3 TM 39
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(QS)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 2-54M(P)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-27K(P)
P-3 LADY PART LTD 4-7D(P)
Red Factor
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
NOR DODGE 15G(P)
NOR VICTORIA 8E
BRYMAC EVA 101K(P)
TSC BEEBE'S TRADITION 1A(S)
SILVER SHADOW EVA 67E
SILVER SHADOW DON 57W
Red Factor
QFC372534 WP 196U 14 April 2008
CE 25 BW 1.8 WW 56 YW 112 M 18 TM 46
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6, 2012.
171a
P-3 MS RIPPER 1-196Y
QPFC388661 WP 196Y 20 March 2011
Pld, Dbl Red
CE 20 BW 2 WW 58 YW 111 M 16.4 TM 46
sire: HeJ RIPPeR 66P(QP)
BW 94 lb., 205 DW 651 lb.
173
169
QFC372532 WP 126U 27 February 2008
CE 12 BW 3.4 WW 49 YW 95 M 19.7 TM 44
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 10-17, 2012.
171
3rd Gen Pld
QPFC372571 WP 108U 20 February 2008
P-3 MS RIPPER 9-14W
QPFC378270 WP 14W
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-45M
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-110K(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 4-84D(P)
Dbl Pld, Dbl Red
26 January 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-7Y
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
QPFC388663 WP 7Y 30 January 2011 3rd Gen Pld, 3rd Gen Red
P-3
MS
Y2K 98R(QP)
CE 31 BW 1.9 WW 42 YW 77 M 20.6 TM 42
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(qP)
HDG MISS 20-20 48J(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 653 lb.
HDG WILLARD'S LADY 8F(P)
CE19
BW 3 WW 50 YW 94 M 20.5 TM 45
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
126U
172
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 9-5W
QFC378279 WP 5W
CE 47 BW 2.7 WW 50 YW 102 M 25.9 TM 51
exposed to HBsF specialist 108U april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
172a
P-3 MR WESTERN SPUR 1-83Y
PMC338037 WP 83Y 17 February 2011
CE 20 BW 4.8 WW 48 YW 100 M 23.1
sire: KMaC CIGaR sPUR 23t(P)
BW 109 lb., 205 DW 706 lb.
174
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MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 89R(QS)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-5M(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT O-13K(P)
Dbl Pld, Red Factor
27 January 2009
CE 38 BW 2.4 WW 50 YW 94 M 19.1 TM 44
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
173a
P–3 Charolais Inc.
Polled
TM 47
P-3 MS RIPPER 9-15W
QPFC378285 WP 15W
Dbl Red
23 January 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-72M(P)
THE HHP MONTE CARLO 1ST(P)
P-3 LADY MONTE 0-80Z(P)
P-3 LADY MIDAS 6-130U(P)
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P-3 MS RIPPER 9-33W
QFC378267 WP 33W
Red Factor
31 January 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-13Y
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 (P)
QPMC338061 WP 13Y 31 January 2011 Polled, Dbl Red
WCR MISS EASE 4314
CE 33 BW 1.9 WW 44 YW 84 M 20.2 TM 42
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-3M(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 717 lb.
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-109K(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 5-3E(P)
CE 30 BW 3.5 WW 54 YW 111 M 19.5 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 27-april 3, 2012.
176
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 9-41W
QFC378290 WP 41W
CE 75 BW .8 WW 42 YW 83 M 26 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
175a
177
QPFC378283 WP 42W
2 February 2009
41W
P-3 MS RIPPER 9-70W
QFC378276 WP 70W
Dbl Red
7 February 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
P-3 MS TRIGGER 1-93Y
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
QPFC388659 WP 93Y 21 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, 3rd Gen Red
P-3 MS Y2K 6-15S(QP)
CE 18 BW 2.1 WW 45 YW 80 M 20.4 TM 43
HDG 20/20 DANCER 38E(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
HDG MISS 20-20 48J(P)
BW 92 lb., 205 DW 497 lb.
HDG WILLARD'S LADY 8F(P)
CE 17 BW 2.8 WW 54 YW 100 M 20.4 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
178a
180
P-3 MS RIPPER 9-112W Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPFC378289 WP 112W 15 February 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
CE 71 BW .1 WW 50 YW 91 M 16.8 TM 42
HEJ
COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
august 1, 2011. eCD February 21-28, 2012.
SIRE: HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
M300802 SCHURRTOP 5627
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-32Y
LT WYOMING WIND 4020 PLD(P)
QPMC338055 WP 32Y 7 February 20113rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
LT CHAP'S LADY 2170P
CE 67 BW .5 WW 43 YW 75 M 18.7 TM 40
DAM: P-3 MS WYOMING WIND 31P(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-116K(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 664 lb.
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-58H(P)
180a
P–3 Charolais Inc.
179
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
BELMONT'S INDIANA 9J(QP)
PLEASANT DAWN RED 156P(QP)
PLEASANT DAWN ROSE 56M(QP)
P-3 MS PLEASANT DAWN 6 - 7S(QP)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 39P
BRYMAC DEMI 42K
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 9-42W Pld, Red Factor
CE 93 BW -.3 WW 45 YW 92 M 20.8 TM 43
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t June
11. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X June
12-august 1, 2011. eCD april 3-10, 2012.
178
Dbl Red
2 February 2009
2UP PEUGEOT ET(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MS KEY STYLISH STAR 149E
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
GRANADAS RED ACE 17B(Q)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
SVS GERMAINE 4D(P)
JWK IMPRESSIVE D040 ET(P)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
WCR MISS EASE 4314
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 53P
NOR STRIKER 7J(P)
BRYMAC JO 34M(P)
BRYMAC PERFECT JO 1G(P)
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 9-99W
3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
QPFC378262 WP 99W
13 February 2009
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-65Y
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
QPMC338054 WP 65Y 15 February 2011 3rd Gen Pld, 3rd Gen Red
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
CE 38 BW 1.8 WW 41 YW 79 M 21.9 TM 43
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 6-71S(QP)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
BW 90 lb., 205 DW 664 lb.
P-3 MS WHITEHOT 2-1M(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-175K(P)
CE 52 BW 2.9 WW 48 YW 100 M 23 TM 47
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 27-april 3, 2012.
179a
181
P-3 MS RIPPER 9-145W Dbl Pld, Red Factor
QPFC378284 WP 145W 22 February 2009
HEJ STOKER 131K(QP)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ JUANITA 87J(P)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ GIZMO 6H(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
HEJ HERA 81H(QP)
BCR POLLED UNLIMITED 003(P)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-37Y
4-L UNLIMITED YL13POLLED(P)
QPMC338063 WP 37Y 9 February 201 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
HAW CHARISSA P465 POLLED
CE 3 BW 3.7 WW 49 YW 87 M 18.8 TM 43 P-3 MS YLI3 58R(P)
sire: HaRVIe CRystal D tRIGGeR 35t(QP)
JDJ IMPRESSION K894 ET(P)
P-3 MS CIGAR 44N(P)
BW 105 lb., 205 DW 680 lb.
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND 0-67K(P)
CE 16 BW 2.2 WW 57 YW 104 M 18.8 TM 48
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD March 6-13, 2012.
181a
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P-3 MS BLUEGRASS 0-18X
4th Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC384673 WP 18X
28 January 2010
CE 96 BW -.8 WW 42 YW 75 M 21.3 TM 42
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
183
P-3 MS BLUEGRASS 0-21X
4th Gen Pld, Red Factor
QPFC384642 WP 21X
P-3 MS BLUEGRASS 0-30X
4th Gen Pld, Red Factor
Dbl Pld, Red
LT ASSERTION 1277P(P)
LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P(P)
LT PEARL'S BREEZE 2236 P(P)
KMAC THOMSON 5T(P)
P-3 WHITEHOT LAD 0-105K(P)
KMAC MISS FAITH 9R(P)
KMAC MS FAITH 72M(P)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 8-63U(QP)
SPARVAN KING 12D(S)
BRYMAC LILY 400J
BRYMAC LILY 402F
30X
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 0-36X 3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
QPFC384652 WP 36X
2 February 2010
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
CE 78 BW 1.5 WW 47 YW 96 M 26.2 TM 50
SDC
LAREDO 17N(QP)
aI bred Harvie Crystal D trigger 36t May 15.
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X May 16TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
august 1, 2011. eCD March 13-20, 2012.
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 71R(QP)
HTA WHITEHOT 105A(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-57K (P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 8-19H(P)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
1 February 2010
CE 89 BW 1.6 WW 47 YW 99 M 18.7 TM 42
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t June
4. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X June 5august 1, 2011. eCD February 28-March 6,
2012.
1 February 2010
CE 57 BW 2.6 WW 45 YW 86 M 18.5 TM 41
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t May
3. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X May 4august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
186
184
QPFC384684 WP 30X
LT ASSERTION 1277P(P)
LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P(P)
LT PEARL'S BREEZE 2236 P(P)
KMAC THOMSON 5T(P)
P-3 WHITEHOT LAD 0-105K(P)
KMAC MISS FAITH 9R(P)
KMAC MS FAITH 72M(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW Y2K(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS Y2K 8-32U(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-36K(P)
P-3 LADY REY 3-62C(P)
P-3 MS BLUEGRASS 0-31X
QPFC384663 WP 31X
18X
29 January 2010
CE 95 BW .1 WW 45 YW 94 M 21.6 TM 44
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t June
4. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X June 5august 1, 2011. eCD March 24-31, 2012.
185
LT ASSERTION 1277P(P)
LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P(P)
LT PEARL'S BREEZE 2236 P(P)
KMAC THOMSON 5T(P)
P-3 WHITEHOT LAD 0-105K(P)
KMAC MISS FAITH 9R(P)
KMAC MS FAITH 72M(P)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
P-3 MS TRI-SANTOS 8-93U(QP)
MSW Y2K(QP)
P-3 MS Y2K 6-21S(QP)
P-3 MS WYOMINGWIND O-185K(P)
36X
41 Complete Dispersal
LT ASSERTION 1277P(P)
LT BLUEGRASS 4017 P(P)
LT PEARL'S BREEZE 2236 P(P)
KMAC THOMSON 5T(P)
P-3 WHITEHOT LAD 0-105K(P)
KMAC MISS FAITH 9R(P)
KMAC MS FAITH 72M(P)
KEYS HANDYMAN PLD 255H(P)
MSW CRAVEN RED 29M(QP)
SVS FIREBALL 19F(P)
P-3 MS CRAVEN RED 8-67U(QP)
WCR PRIME CUT 764 PLD(P)
P-3 MS PRIMECUT 2-3M(P)
P-3 LADY WHITEHOT 0-109K(P)
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187
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-47X
QFC384641 WP 47X
Red Factor
5 February 2010
CE 5 BW 6.5 WW 51 YW 94 M 20.4 TM 46
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t June
4. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X June 5august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 82T(QP)
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
P-3 LADY PERFECT 2-5M(P)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT O-13K(P)
188
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 0-49X 3rd Gen Pld, Red
QPFC384638 WP 49X
5 February 2010
CE 92 BW .8 WW 34 YW 64 M 22.7 TM 40
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t May
4. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X May 5august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21, 2012.
189
P-3 MS TRI-N SANTOS 0-103X
3rd Gen Pld, Dbl Red
QPFC384661 WP 103X
17 February 2010
CE 34 BW 3.3 WW 53 YW 105 M 21.9 TM 49
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t May
15 and June 4. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican
34X June 5-august 1, 2011. eCD april 25May 2, 2012.
103X
190
P-3 MS SPECIALIST 0-111X
QPFC384658 WP 111X
Polled, Red
19 February 2010
CE 42 BW 3.3 WW 51 YW 86 M 21.4 TM 47
aI bred to Harvie Crystal D trigger 35t on
May 14. exposed to Pro-Char Mohican 34X
May 15-august 1, 2011. eCD February 14-21,
2012.
RAINBOW MR CYRANO 32D
MVX COUGARHILL HANK 720G
MVX EDITH 806X
HBSF SPECIALIST 108U(P)
WIESE'S EXACTOR 15A(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 14C(P)
RLTC MISS TRIM 4A(P)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 11T
SPARVAN KING 12D(S)
BRYMAC LILY 400J
BRYMAC LILY 402F
191
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
SIRE: TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
WCR SIR PERFECTION 734
LHD MR PERFECT Y416(P)
LHD MS SHOWME OFF W159
DAM: P-3 LADY PERFECT 0-10K(P)
FVC BUTLER 80B(P)
P-3 MISS BUTLER 16G(P)
BLH CHRISTINE 20C
MOORE'S LARIAT 136L(QP)
SDC LAREDO 17N(QP)
SDC MISS RACHEL 4J(QP)
TRI-N SANTOS PLD 48S(QP)
MCCORR MONTE CARLO 24E(P)
TRI-N-MONTE PYTHON 48G(P)
TRI-N-ULTIMATE 2Z
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(QP)
HEJ LORRI 75L(QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 100T(QP)
MSW Y2K(QP)
P-3 MS Y2K 120R(QP)
P-3 LADY PRIMECUT 0-49K(P)
P-3 MR TRIGGER 1-102Y Polled, Red Factor
QPMC338062 WP 102Y
CE 12 BW 3.1 WW 45 YW 79
BW 102 lb., 205 DW 657 lb.
25 February 2011
M 20.2
TM 43
BULLS M07
MAUNGAHINA TOWKAY T13(QP)
MAUNGAHINA PRINCESS 2 L23
HARVIE CRYSTAL D TRIGGER 35T(QP)
HARVIE JAGER 65J(P)
HARVIE MS MOLSON 53M(QP)
HARVIE MISS FIREFLY 31F(P)
HEJ COALTRAIN 58M(Q)
HEJ RIPPER 66P(P)
HEJ LORRI 75L (QP)
P-3 MS RIPPER 7 - 11T
SPARVAN KING 12D(S)
BRYMAC LILY 400J
BRYMAC LILY 402F
the auction block sells following the sale
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Bar Punch Ranch
fUll freNCH CHarolais Dispersal
Thank You…
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Hermans for inviting us to
disperse our cows and bred heifers in their dispersal sale. We had bulls in their
last two bull sales and were pleased with the efficiency of their operation. e
cows are all bred to a smooth polled, Full French bull. He and other Full French
bulls will be in the sale.
Good luck with your purchases. We are looking forward to seeing some white
bulls in the pastures next summer.
sincerely,
Bar Punch Ranch Ltd.
John Hoff & Sons
403-528-4150
Powerful Full French Genetics…
John Hoff caught the Charolais fever over 45 years ago and still has the passion today. He started his herd in the 1960s with
some of the best of litton breeding from the U.s. and added many Full French imports to this domestic herd. When he dispersed
his original herd over 30 years ago, he began to concentrate on the Full French lines. If John wasn’t getting up in years and had
more than a small acreage in Medicine Hat, I know he would be expanding, not dispersing. you have the opportunity to select
from some powerful Full French genetics that will add the extra thickness and yield grade that is required today. e females
are broody and productive and bred to a good Full French bull.
For animals to be registered Full French in Canada, they have to be Dna and parentage verified. as you can imagine, this takes
time and as a result the calves are not registered yet. ere are some more bred heifers not in the catalogue that the paper work
is being put in order. e additional information will be available sale day. If you have any questions give John or us a call and
we will try to help you with your selections.
sincerely,
Helge & Candace By
200
MAPLE LEAF BAR PUNCH 8119U
Full French, Polled
PFMC8422 MLC 8119U 4 October 2008
CE 43 BW 2.3 WW 23 YW 41 M 17.7
FULM
INCOGITO
DAGUETTE
MARTEL(P)
CHOPIN
GALANTE
RACINE
PALADIN(P)
MAPLE LEAF PALADIN 471P(P)
MLC MISS DRAGON 153L
MAPLE LEAF MS PAL JR 692S
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS POL MARTEL 409P(P)
MLC MISS JUGURTHA 828H
TM 29
8119U is the sire of all the calves in
the sale and all of the cows are bred
back to him. He is long bodied,
good hipped, good moving bull
that has sired a solid set of calves.
at just three years of age he has a
life time of productivity ahead of
him.
8119U
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BAR 7 EASY PETUNIA 28P
201
FFC1339
BSE 28P
CE 61 BW 2.4 WW 18 YW 35 M 14.9 TM 24
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD april 23-30.
Progeny: BPR 9U, BPR 99y.
201a
BPR 99Y
28P
202
JR MISS CADET YOYO 612S
FFC13803
JR 612S
Full French
17 February 2006
CE 4 BW 5.7 WW 36 YW 76 M 20.6 TM 39
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8199U May
1-august 15. eCD February 27-March 5.
202a
BPR 153Y
Heifer
BPR 153Y 16 March 2011
CE 24 BW 4 WW 30 YW 59 M 18.7
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 100 lb., WW 590 lb.
Polled
TM 34
VAUTOUR
CADET-ROUSSEL
NIGAUDE
JR CADET'S IMAGE 402 P
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
F.P. DEMOS
SIR INTERNATIONAL 27H
INTERNATIONAL 45-3
JR MISS INTER YOYO 313N
GOVERNOR GENERAL
LWR MISS LEE YOYO 4Y
MISS LEE POLLY LWR 13P
Heifer
BPR 99Y 24 February 2011
CE 52 BW 2.4 WW 22 YW 38 M 16.3
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 93 lb., WW 608 lb.
Polled
TM 27
SFFC13720 JR 614S
BW 4.8 WW 44
YW 81
27 February 2006
M 20.6
TM 43
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 5-12.
203a
BPR 204Y
Heifer
BPR 204Y 2 May 2011
CE 24 BW 3.6 WW 34 YW 61 M 19.7 TM 36
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May 1august 15.
BW 105 lb., WW 502 lb.
204
G4 ACRES AZALEI 171S
FFC13743
LIG 171S
204a
BPR 123Y
Heifer
BPR 173S 3 March 2011
CE 39 BW 2.9 WW 36 YW 63 M 17.5
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 97, WW 702 lb.
205
TM 35
Full French
BLASON
IMPAIR
OFFICINE
LIG NACIL 3N
HXL ECHO 1E
DDKK MS TILLS DELIGHT22G
FWC MISS WANDA 10W
TILL
HXL DRAGON 82D
VALANJOU AMIE 112A
MLR MISS DRAGON 37L
MLC CADET ECLAIR 915Y
MLR MISS CADET 383C
MLR MISS JUGURTHA 29Z
JR MISS PAL MARTEL 620S
Full French, Dbl Pld
CE 15 BW 3.8 WW 35 YW 52 M 13.7 TM 31
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 5-12.
123Y
P–3 Charolais Inc.
VAUTOUR
CADET-ROUSSEL
NIGAUDE
JR CADET'S IMAGE 402 P
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
PBT SIR TILL URANUS 68E
CURTIS WALLACE 141H
HONEY HEART MISS KAT 42B
JR MISS CW SUPER GAL304N
JR CAID'S ADONIS 626F
JRR CAIDS TILLY 238H
JRR CLASSICAL TILLY 632F
8 March 2006
CE 34 BW 3.4 WW 48 YW 85 M 17.3 TM 41
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 12-19.
171S
VENGEUR
BIEN AIME
TRANCHEE
NBC IMAGE 20L
LEE WEE WILLIE LWR 1W
FWC MISS BLONDELLE 24B
FWC MISS WANDA 3W
BABA (DESSAUNY)
RJH BAR PUNCH PRIMERIB7E
JOMAY LADY SAL 607L
BAR PUNCH BARONESS 563H
BAR 7 EASY BAR PUNCH 50A
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
MLR MISS GAULOIS 103A
JR MISS CADET CURTIS 614S
Full French, Polled/s
203
CE 5
Full French
22 March 2004
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DICAUD
MARENGO
HABANA
PALADIN(P)
CAMUS
MERVEILLE
JENNY
INCOGITO
MARTEL(P)
GALANTE
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
BEEBE NATIONAL CAID 52D
JES GWEN 38G
FWC MISS ZANDER 19Z
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206
MAPLELEAF POL'D PAL 714T
Full French, Polled
PFFC13808 MLR 714T 7 January 2007
CE 54 BW 1.9 WW 31 YW 51 M 16.1 TM 31
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 12-19.
207
MBZF MARCY 1T
FFC13900
MBZF 1T
BPR 114Y
Polled
Heifer
BPR 114Y 28 February 2011
CE 44 BW 2.4 WW 26 YW 48 M 20.9
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 93 lb., WW 654 lb.
TM 33
MBZF JACKIE 4T
MBZF 4T
INCOGITO
MARTEL(P)
GALANTE
DWK TILL TOO 1N(P)
TILL
JRR CLASSIQUE TILLY602F
MISS FHS IMPROVER 46S
LAZY JR EXPECTATION 14J
WCL FANFARE 614F
GSE MISS HEART 1Y
BAR 7 EASY JULIET 48J
BAR 7 EASY DENRICO 28D
BAR 7 EASY GYPSYMOTH 61G
BAR 7 EASY BUTTERFLY101B
ZH LEES TREENA 703T Full French, Polled
PFFC13835 ZH 703T
26 January 2007
CE 18 BW 3.1 WW 35 W 54 M 11.2 TM 29
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 26-april 2.
208a
BPR 184Y
Polled
Bull
BPR 184Y 6 April 2011
CE 31 BW 27 WW 29 YW 48 M 14.5
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 106 lb., WW 524 lb.
TM 29
Full French
209a
FFC13903
208
28 January 2007
CE 44 BW 2.5 WW 28 YW 55 M 22 TM 36
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 19-26.
210
714t
CEWW JAKESBUTTE MISS 4T
Full French, Polled
CE 55 BW 1.2 WW 28 YW 56 M 19.7 TM 34
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD February 27-March 5.
209
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
MAPLE LEAF PALADIN 421P(P)
BELPHEGOR
MLC MISS BINGO 108K
LWR MISS LEE ETOILE 3E
SIR FHS ABRACADABRA 54N
BAR 7 EASY BAR PUNCH 50A
BCY HEARTS ANGEL 4M
MLR MAPLE LEAF 601F
MLC CADET ECLAIR 915Y
MLR MISS CADET 251B
MISS MLR BIJOU 520T
PCFL KARNAVAL 37E
PCFL MAXIMILIAN 106G
PCFL FORTUNE 12Z
PCFL SOLITAIRE 55N
TILL
PCFL JUBILEE 77D
PCFL GALALEE 3A
F.P. DEMOS
PCFL JAVA 119D
PCFL CAROLINE 12W
MBZF MARY 4J
PCFL IMPECCABLE 53C(Q)
MBZF ISABEL 2F
PCFL ILLUSTRE 130C(Q)
Foundation Female
Full French
10 February 2007
CE 23 BW 4.2 WW 31 YW 60 M 19.6 TM 35
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 5-12.
PCFL KARNAVAL 37E
PCFL MAXIMILIAN 106G
PCFL FORTUNE 12Z
PCFL SOLITAIRE 55N
TILL
PCFL JUBILEE 77D
PCFL GALALEE 3A
PCFL LAREDO 64F
PCFL OBELIX 99J
PCFL MELINDA 90G
MBZF MISS JO-JO 6N
PCFL JAVA 119D
MBZF MEGAN 1K
PCFL ILLUSTRE (Q)
P–3 Charolais Inc.
4t
45 Complete Dispersal
DICAUD
MARENGO
HABANA
PALADIN(P)
CAMUS
MERVEILLE
JENNY
ALGER
ANKONIAN ALGER 2
BEGUINE
ZH LEES MAUREEN 205M
HUGO
ZH LEES KAURI 5K
LWR MISS LEE YEN 6Y
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211
MBZF FANCY 5T
FFC13899
MBZF 5T
Full French
14 February 2007
CE 69 BW 1.4 WW 22 YW 45 M 22.3 TM 33
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 19-26.
5t
212
DWK TAMMY 3T
PEFFC14176 DWK 3T
Full French, Polled
16 February 2007
CE 28 BW 2.3 WW 38 YW 69 M 14.7 TM 34
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 12-19.
212a
BPR 154Y
3t
Polled
Heifer
BPR 154Y 17 March 2011
CE 36 BW 2.3 WW 31 YW 55 M 16.2
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 103 lb., WW 562 lb.
213
TM 32
DWK TESSA 2T
SEFFC14177 DWK 2T
Full French, Polled/s
213a
BPR 176Y
214
Bull
BPR 176Y 29 March 2011
CE 36 BW 2.3 WW 31 YW 55 M 15.7
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 86 lb., WW 662 lb.
JR MISS PAL STAR 715T Full French, Dbl Pld
PFFC14100 JR 715T
24 February 2007
CE 33 BW 2.9 WW 35 YW 49 M 11.9 TM 29
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD apirl 23-30.
214a
BPR 203Y
Bull
BPR 203Y 14 May 2011
CE 38 BW 2.6 WW 2.9 YW 45 M 14.8
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 101 lb., WW 410 lb.
Polled
TM 29
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
MAPLE LEAF PALADIN 471P(P)
HXL DRAGON 82D
MLC MISS DRAGON 153L
MLC MISS CARNIVAL 603F
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR MISS PAL ADONIS 504R(S)
LAZY JR ADONIS 105A
BAR 7 EASY HAIDA 52H
BAR 7 EASY BUTTERFLY101B
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46 Complete Dispersal
REQUIN
CAMUS
ASTRIDE
MUSCAT(P)
FULM
JULIANA
DECLIVE
PRINCE
TILL
POLONAISE
JRR CLASSIQUE TILLY602F
FRENCH IMPROVER FHS 633J
MISS FHS IMPROVER 46S
MISS FAIRMONT JAG 10N
16 February 2007
CE 28 BW 2.3 WW 38 YW 69 M 14.7 TM 34
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD March 19-26.
715t
PCFL KARNAVAL 37E
PCFL MAXIMILIAN 106G
PCFL FORTUNE 12Z
PCFL SOLITAIRE 55N
TILL
PCFL JUBILEE 77D
PCFL GALALEE 3A
F.P. DEMOS
PCFL JAVA 119D
PCFL CAROLINE 12W
MBZF LISA 1J
PCFL IMPECCABLE 53C(Q)
MBZF IRIS 1F
PCFL IBIS 122C(Q)
TM 32
REQUIN
CAMUS
ASTRIDE
MUSCAT(P)
FULM
JULIANA
DECLIVE
PRINCE
TILL
POLONAISE
JRR CLASSIQUE TILLY602F
FRENCH IMPROVER FHS 633J
MISS FHS IMPROVER 46S
MISS FAIRMONT JAG 10N
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215
JR MS CADET HIS 719T Full French, Polled
PFFC13907 JR 719T
7 March 2007
CE 17 BW 3.8 WW 35 YW 64 M 21.4 TM 39
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Pucnh 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 26-april 2.
215a
BPR 181Y
Polled
Heifer
BPR 181Y 4 April 2011
CE 30 BW 3.6 WW 29 YW 53 M 19.6
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 93 lb., WW 482 lb.
216
TM 34
BAR PUNCH LADY BEE J 15T
EFFC13935 BPR 15T
216a
BPR 167Y
Heifer
BPR 167Y 26 March 2011
CE 37 BW 2.7 WW 26 YW 49 M 25.6
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 90 lb., WW 520 lb.
TM 34
Full French
217
BAR PUNCH HISMAN JR 33G
BAR PUNCH GOLD BAR 33K
BAR PUNCH BEVY RIB 33F
BAR PUNCH CASH BAR 33P
BAR 7 EASY BAR PUNCH 50A
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
MLR MISS GAULOIS 103A
DCD SATURNE HISMAN 1G
BAR PUNCH HISMAN JR 33G
GSE JAGS WEST GIRL 5N
BAR PUNCH SUPER BEE 11J
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
BAR PUNCH SUPER LADY 11G
BAR 7 EASY MISS BEVY 33B
EFFC13936 BPR 19T
15 May 2007
JR CADET'S IMAGE 810U
FFC14255
JR 810U
BAR PUNCH HISMAN JR 33G
BAR PUNCH GOLD BAR 33K
BAR PUNCH BEVY RIB 33F
BAR PUNCH CASH BAR 33P
BAR 7 EASY BAR PUNCH 50A
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
MLR MISS GAULOIS 103A
RAINBOW 13G MR 17N
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
RAINBOW CYR 32D MISS 54G
BAR PUNCH LADY ELITE 23G
GSE BAR PUNCH CHARGER35Y
BAR PUNCH DEBRA 16C
BAR 7 EASY MS ZEEVIE 6Z
MBZF MELLISA 18T
FFC13901
217a
BPR 168Y
Heifer
BPR 168Y 26 March 2011
CE 51 BW 2 WW 26 YW 48 M 19.4
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 97 lb., WW 630 lb.
219
220a
BPR 205Y
Heifer
BPR 205Y 16 May 2011
CE 24 BW 4.1 WW 33 YW 56 M 16.5
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 96 lb., WW 428 lb.
Polled
TM 33
P–3 Charolais Inc.
TM 33
PFFC14111 MLC 802U 6 January 2008
CE 53 BW 2.9 WW 31 YW 52 M 12.5 TM 28
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8199U May
1-august 15. eCD april 9-16.
219a
BPR 164Y
Heifer
BPR 164Y 23 March 2011
CE 48 BW 2.6 WW 27 YW 47 M 15.1
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 90 lb., WW 580 lb.
Full French
VAUTOUR
CADET-ROUSSEL
NIGAUDE
JR CADET'S IMAGE 402 P
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR MISS PAL ADONIS 504R(S)
LAZY JR ADONIS 105A
BAR 7 EASY HAIDA 52H
BAR 7 EASY BUTTERFLY101B
Polled
PCFL KARNAVAL 37E
PCFL MAXIMILIAN 106G
PCFL FORTUNE 12Z
PCFL SOLITAIRE 55N
TILL
PCFL JUBILEE 77D
PCFL GALALEE 3A
F.P. DEMOS
PCFL JAVA 119D
PCFL CAROLINE 12W
MBZF MEGAN 1K
JUGURTHA
PCFL ILLUSTRE 130C(Q)
PCFL ENTORSE 121Y(Q)
MAPLE LEAF MISS UNISON 802U
Full French, Polled
19 February 2008
CE 5 BW 5.9 WW 42 YW 71 M 15.2 TM 36
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD april 9-16.
Full French
MBZF 18T 18 April 2007
CE 58 BW 1.7 WW 29 YW 54 M 21.1 TM 36
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 5-12.
BAR PUNCH SUPER ELITE19T Full French
CE 59 BW 1.5 WW 29 YW 53 M 19.6 TM 34
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD March 12-19.
220
719t
14 April 2007
CE 30 BW 3.1 WW 29 YW 57 M 23.4 TM 38
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 19-26.
218
VAUTOUR
CADET-ROUSSEL
NIGAUDE
JR CADET'S IMAGE 402 P
MARTEL
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M
JES GWEN 38G
MARENGO
PALADIN
MERVEILLE
JR MISS PAL HISMAN 410 P
DCD SATURNE HISMAN 1G
SODERGLENSILVOUSPLAIT68A
MISS FAIRMONT JAG 19N
810U
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TM 29
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
MAPLE LEAF PALADIN 421P(P)
BELPHEGOR
MLC MISS BINGO 108K
LWR MISS LEE ETOILE 3E
HXL DRAGON 82D
MLR DRAGON JR 123K
MLR MISS CADET 383C
MLC MISS DRAGON JR 4114P
GBJ ULYSSES 1U
JES FANCY 14F
GBJ BERNADINE 7B
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221
BAR PUNCH PRIME LADY 8U
Full French, Polled
PFFC14214 BPR 8U
29 June 2008
CE 36 BW 2.6 WW 36 YW 58 M 20.2 TM 38
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD May 21-28.
222
BPR 44X
Heifer
BPR 44X
CE 36 BW 2.6 WW 39 YW 57
BW 97 lb., sept 21 972 lb.
MARENGO
PALADIN
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
RAINBOW 13G MR 17N
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
RAINBOW CYR 32D MISS 54G
BAR PUNCH SUPER LADY 11G
GBJ XETER 1X
BAR 7 EASY MISS BEVY 33B
HARPS FARM EVE 1M
223
10 December 2010
M 16.9
TM 39
BAR PUNCH PARIS 6U
eFFC14271
6U
Full French
12 July 2008
CE 33 BW 2.4 WW 35 YW 64 M 20.5 TM 38
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD april 30-May 7.
7U
BAR PUNCH LISA 9U
PFFC14215 BPR 9U
Full French, Polled
21 September 2008
CE 36 BW 3.2 WW 28 YW 46 M 14.4 TM 29
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD May 7-14.
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
BIEN AIME
NBC IMAGE 20L
FWC MISS BLONDELLE 24B
BAR 7 EASY PETUNIA 28P
RJH BAR PUNCH PRIMERIB7E
BAR PUNCH BARONESS 563H
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
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226
BAR PUNCH HISMAN JR 33G
BAR PUNCH GOLD BAR 33K
BAR PUNCH BEVY RIB 33F
BAR PUNCH CASH BAR 33P
BAR 7 EASY BAR PUNCH 50A
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
MLR MISS GAULOIS 103A
RAINBOW 32D MR 7N
RAINBOW 7N MR 13S
RAINBOW 13G MISS 13P
PCFL PARISIENNE 112K
PCFL HIDALGO 5B
PCFL JOUVENCE 22D
PCFL CARRIE 14W
BAR PUNCH HONEY BEE 7U
EFFC14270 BPR 7U
225
Full French
BPR 6U 1 July 2008
CE 60 BW 2.7 WW 27 YW 56 M 21.8 TM 35
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD March 26-april 2.
224
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
MARTEL(P)
DWK TILL TOO 1N(P)
JRR CLASSIQUE TILLY602F
CEWW JAKESBUTTE MISS 4T
WCL FANFARE 614F
BAR 7 EASY JULIET 48J
BAR 7 EASY GYPSYMOTH 61G
SEDUISANT
LE REBEL
GIRONDE
VIRGIL SC(P)
HELSINKI
RONDELLE
MERVEILLE
DCD SATURNE HISMAN 1G
BAR PUNCH HISMAN JR 33G
GSE JAGS WEST GIRL 5N
BAR PUNCH SUPER BEE 11J
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
BAR PUNCH SUPER LADY 11G
BAR 7 EASY MISS BEVY 33B
JR MISS UFANO CW 902W
Full French, Polled
PFFC14330 JR 902W 9 January 2009
CE 12 BW 4.4 WW 38 YW 70 M 18 TM 37
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U, May
1-august 15. eCD March 19-26.
226a
BPR 195Y
Heifer
BPR 195Y 24 March 2011
CW 28 BW 3.4 WW 31 YW 56 M 17.9
sire: Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U
BW 95 lb., WW 542 lb.
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ROOSVELT
UFANO SC(P)
ROSIE
JR UFANO CW MARTEL 707T(P)
CURTIS WALLACE 141H
JR C.W. MARTEL POLL 406P(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
PBT SIR TILL URANUS 68E
CURTIS WALLACE 141H
HONEY HEART MISS KAT 42B
JR MS CW GOVERNOR 709T
SIR INTERNATIONAL 27H
JR MISS INTER YOYO 313N
LWR MISS LEE YOYO 4Y
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JR MISS UFANO CW PAL 935W
Full French, Polled
PFFC14341 JR 935W
10 May 2009
CE 33 BW 3 WW 34 YW 54 M 15.2 TM 32
exposed to Maple leaf Bar Punch 8119U May
1-august 15. eCD February 27-March 5.
228
CADET-ROUSSEL
JR CADET'S IMAGE 402 P
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JR HIS CADET IMAGE 727T
PALADIN(P)
JR MISS PAL HISMAN 414 P(S)
SODERGLENSILVOUSPLAIT68A
PALADIN(P)
MAPLE LEAF PALADIN 471P(P)
MLC MISS DRAGON 153L
JR MISS PAL STAR 715T(P)
PALADIN(P)
JR MISS PAL ADONIS 504R(S)
BAR 7 EASY HAIDA 52H
935W
BAR PUNCH MAUREEN 12W
Full French, Dbl Pld
229
PFFC14465 BPR 12W 10 June 2009
CE 17 BW 3.5 WW 37 YW 55 M 12.6 TM 31
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1. eCD February 21-28.
231
SCF XYLONA 76X
PFFC14697 SCF 76X
BPR 45X
CE 38 BW 2.7 WW 34 YW 55
BW 100 lb., sept 21 842 lb.
230
BPR 62X (twin)
Full French
CE 20 BW 4.1 WW 35 YW 59 M 16.8 TM 34
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1. eCD april 3-10.
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
PCFL MAXIMILIAN 106G
PCFL SOLITAIRE 55N
PCFL JUBILEE 77D
MBZF JACKIE 4T
PCFL OBELIX 99J
MBZF MISS JO-JO 6N
MBZF MEGAN 1K
Full French, Polled
ROOSVELT
UFANO SC(P)
ROSIE
JR UFANO CW MARTEL 707T(P)
CURTIS WALLACE 141H
JR C.W. MARTEL POLL 406P(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
PBT SIR TILL URANUS 68E
CURTIS WALLACE 141H
HONEY HEART MISS KAT 42B
JR MISS CW SUPER GAL304N
JR CAID'S ADONIS 626F
JRR CAIDS TILLY 238H
JRR CLASSICAL TILLY 632F
BPR 45X
Bull
Full French
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24-august 1.
eCD March 13-april 20.
14 February 2010
CE 6 BW 5.5 WW 42 YW 76 M 18.6 TM 40
exposed to HC X-Periment 34X april 24august 1. eCD april 13-20.
232
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
ZH LEES TREENA 703T(P)
ANKONIAN ALGER 2
ZH LEES MAUREEN 205M
ZH LEES KAURI 5K
BPR 61X (twin)
223-239
26 December 2010
M 16.8
TM 34
Information on more bred heifers will be available at sale time.
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
BAR PUNCH GOLD BAR 33K
BAR PUNCH CASH BAR 33P
MLR MS ABRACADABRA 563E
BAR PUNCH SUPER ELITE19T
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
BAR PUNCH LADY ELITE 23G
BAR PUNCH DEBRA 16C
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there are 7 long-yearling bulls sired by JR Pal Martel 606s(P) on offer in
the sale. Complete information will be available at the sale.
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SEDUISANT
LE REBEL
GIRONDE
VIRGIL SC(P)
HELSINKI
RONDELLE
MERVEILLE
INCOGITO
MARTEL(P)
GALANTE
MLC MISS POL MARTEL 409P(P)
MLR JUGURTHA 447D
MLC MISS JUGURTHA 828H
MISS MLR BIJOU 337R
901W
240
MAPLE LEAF BAR PUNCH 901W
PFMC8465
Full French, Dbl Pld
MLC 901W 2 January 2009
CE 74 BW 1.9 WW 29 YW 52 M 15.3 TM 30
you will be impressed with this double polled, Full French bull. He has an excellent foot, is long bodied, has
lots of meat yet is smooth made. He was going to be used to breed my heifers this year but with them being
at P Bar 3 the heifers got put together with his and the Hunter bull. I want to stay involved with this bull and
so will be retaining a piece of this promising herdsire .
Selling ½ interest & full possession.
241
242
JR PAL MARTEL 606S
PFMC8051
JR 606S
Dbl Pld BAR PUNCH CYRANO 6W
16 February 2006
CE 16 BW 3.9 WW 39 YW 57 M 13.9 TM 33
a double polled bull who sired some very
good heifers featured in the sale.
PFMC8576
DICAUD
MARENGO
HABANA
PALADIN(P)
CAMUS
MERVEILLE
JENNY
INCOGITO
MARTEL(P)
GALANTE
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
BEEBE NATIONAL CAID 52D
JES GWEN 38G
FWC MISS ZANDER 19Z
CE 36
BPR 6W
Polled
16 May 2009
BW 2.7 WW 36
YW 59
M 18.3
TM 36
MARENGO
PALADIN(P)
MERVEILLE
JR PAL MARTEL 606S(P)
MARTEL(P)
MLC MISS MAPLE LEAF 203M(P)
JES GWEN 38G
RAINBOW 13G MR 17N
BAR PUNCH PRIME RIB 99C
RAINBOW CYR 32D MISS 54G
BAR PUNCH LADY DI 28G
BAR 7 EASY ADONIS 17A
BAR 7 EASY MS DIDI 49D
BAR 7 EASY MS THETA 48T
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TERMS & CONDITIONS
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Terms: the terms of the sale are cash or cheque payable to Carey auction
service immediately after the sale in Canadian funds. all settlements must
be made with the sale clerks before cattle will be released. the right of
property will not pass until final payment is made.
Bidding: each animal will sell to the highest bidder. Bidders unable to
attend the sale may phone their bids and instructions to the sale manager,
auctioneer or special representatives. Bids must be received in sufficient
time prior to the sale.
Disputes: Bidding will be reopened between the parties involved. If no
further bid is made, the buyer will be the person from whom the
auctioneer accepted the last bid. the auctioneer’s decision is final.
Announcements: announcements made from the auction block will take
precedence over printed matter in the catalogue. Buyers are cautioned to
pay close attention to announcements.
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Purchaser’s Risk: each animal becomes the risk of the purchaser as soon
as sold. animals will be cared for at the purchaser’s risk for a reasonable
length of time. all animals left with the seller must be insured.
Certificate of Registration: each animal will carry papers issued by the
Canadian Charolais association. a certificate of registry duly transferred
will be furnished to the buyer after payment has been made..
Accidents: although every precaution will be taken to protect the safety
and comfort of buyers, neither the sale manager, auctioneer, or sellers
assume any responsibility and disclaim any liability, legal or otherwise, in
the event of accident or loss of property.
By Livestock is only acting as a medium between the buyer and seller and
is not responsible for failure on the part of either party to live up to their
obligations; or for the truth of any warrantees or representations,
expressed or implied. By livestock assumes no obligation to enforce or
collect monies between parties. By livestock assumes no responsibility for
any credit extended by the seller to the buyer. any legal action taken in
exceptional cases must be between the buyer and the seller. the buyer
must look to the seller for fulfilment of all guarantees and representations.
Insurance: Insurance will be available sale day.
Pictures: By attending the sale you are granting permission for your
picture to be used for promotional and advertising purposes relating to
the sale.
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MANAGEMENT
“Repurposed” Corner –
Recycled Billboard Tarps
Damon Carson
The Byproduct of Industry
You drive by them nearly every
single day and you probably don’t
even realize it half the time. In fact,
many folks argue vehemently that
these objects disrupt the inherent
beauty of the countryside.
What am I describing? You guessed
it … advertising billboards. Yes, the
big display boards advertising the
likes of Chevrolet, Budweiser, and the
nearest McDonald’s.
What many don’t know is that the
vast majority of these billboards are a
printed vinyl material. Long gone are
the days of physically painting and
re-painting these billboards with
advertising. The industry switched to
printed vinyl because of the cost when
billboards are changed so frequently.
That leaves only one problem,
what to do with all the old, tired
vinyls? And, they are not small, a
standard size billboard is 14’ x 48’.
The Repurpose
Interestingly, there are some really
creative applications for these highway
eye sores.
First, let’s find out about this vinyl
material. It is super, heavy duty (20
mm thick and 13 oz/yd material) and
a heavier material than most any tarp
you’d buy at the store (The blue tarps
at Home Depot are just 5 mm thick).
A typical 14’ x 48’ tarp actually
weighs almost 70 lbs.
Oh, and did I mention, they are
completely waterproof. So, the best
repurposing of these billboard vinyls
is as tarps.
Probably the #1 re-use is to cover
hay. After hay, then they’re used to
cover just about whatever…boats,
RVs, drop clothes, leaky roofs, etc.
If you have a unique
“repurposing” idea, please contact
me through our website.
Damon Carson is the owner of
www.repurposedmaterialsinc.com in Denver, CO.
They have a diverse selection of repurposed
products for sale. Their motto is “recycling by
re-using byproducts of industry”.
MANAGEMENT
Repurposed Corner –
Street Sweeper Brooms
Damon Carson
The Byproduct of Industry:
Well, the machine this byproduct
comes off is not necessarily seen as
much in the country and rural
communities. However, you go to a
city of any size, and you’re sure to
see lumbering vehicles along the city
streets kicking up dust like a good
whirlwind. In fact, you may have
become irritated at how they
sometimes snarl traffic, or worse yet,
inhibit parking on streets because this
vehicle might be at work.
Yes, the good ol’ street sweeper is
what I’m talking about.
But, what about a street sweeper is
good for re-use? It is the actual
brushes that do all the work. Not, the
swirling round brushes that stick out
on the corners and brush up against
the curbs. I’m talking about the long,
cylindrical ones underneath the
machine that flick the dirt into the
hopper.
The Repurpose:
What can one do with a 60” long
super heavy duty brush that is about
18” in diameter?
Think about this, too, these brushes
are strong, strong, strong. They have
to be to continuously brush against
the abrasive road surfaces and debris
at a high RPM and not fall apart.
Well, the repurposing of these
brushes solves a very basic desire of
livestock and us humans for that
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matter. What do you do when you
have an itch? You find a way to
scratch it.
Mount one of these obsolete street
sweeper brushes on a pole and you
have a livestock backscratcher that
will last for years and years. Now
your animals can scratch that itch
without tearing up your fence or
their shade trees.
As always, if you have a unique
“repurposing” idea, please contact
me through our website.
Damon Carson is the owner of
www.repurposedmaterialsinc.com in Denver, CO.
They have a diverse selection of repurposed
products for sale. Their motto is “recycling by
re-using byproducts of industry”.
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IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES IN OUR INDUSTRY
Calendar of Events
October 22
Maple Leaf Charolais Female
Production Sale, Lakedell Ag Centre,
Lakedell, AB
December 3
Alberta Select Charolais Bull and
Female Sale and Show, Red Deer
Westerner, Red Deer, AB
February 21
29th Annual Performance Tested
Charolais Bull Sale, Rawes Ranches,
Strome, AB
November 4
Manitoba Livestock Expo Charolais
Show, 1:00 p.m., Brandon, MB
(B.O.S.S Show)
December 7
Stauffer Land and Livestock’s Lock,
Stock and Barrel Complete Herd
Dispersal, 1:00 p.m., Vold Jones Vold
Auction Mart, Ponoka, AB
February 24
HEJ Charolais Bull Sale, 1:00 p.m.,
Innisfail (AB) Auction Mart
November 4
Royal Agriculture Winter Fair
Canadian National Charolais Show,
12:00 p.m., Toronto, ON (A Double
Points B.O.S.S Show)
November 5
Royal Elite Beef Breeds Sale, 6;30
p.m., Toronto Royal Winter Fair,
Toronto, ON
November 10
Saskatoon Fall Fair Charolais Show,
2:00 p.m., Saskatoon, SK (B.O.S.S
Show)
November 10
Farmfair International Charolais
Show, 2:00 p.m., Edmonton, AB
(B.O.S.S Show)
December 12
P Bar 3 Complete Dispersal Sale, at
the Ranch, Medicine Hat, AB
December 12
Bar Punch Ranch Complete Dispersal
Sale, following the P Bar 3 Dispersal,
at P Bar 3 Ranch, Medicine Hat, AB
December 17
DRD Charolais Dispersal Sale, 1:00
p.m., Heartland Livestock, Regina, SK
December 19
JMB Charolais “Nothing Held Back”
Sale, 1:00 p.m., Heartland Livestock,
Virden, MB
February 25
Beck Farms & McCoy Cattle Co. Bull
Sale, 1:00 p.m., Optimum Genetics,
Regina, SK
February 25
Chomiak 8th Annual Bull Sale,
Viking (AB) Auction Market
March 9
A. Sparrow Farms Bull Sale, at the
farm, Vanscoy, SK
March 17
Pleasant Dawn Farms 10th Annual
Bull Sale, Hearland Livestock,
Virden, MB
2012
March 27
Steppler Farms 1st Annual Bull Sale,
Steppler Sale Barn, Miami, MB
November 24
Canadian Western Agribition
Charolais Sale, 3:00 p.m., Regina, SK
January 28
M.C. Quantock “Canada’s Bull Sale”,
Lloydminster (SK) Exhibition
Grounds
April 2
9th Annual North of the 49th Bull
Sale, 1:00 p.m., at Wilgenbusch
Charolais, Halbrite, SK
November 25
Canadian Western Agribition
Charolais Show, 2:00 p.m., Regina, SK
(B.O.S.S Show)
February 4
Hill 70 Quantock Barn Burnin’ Bull
Sale, at the ranch, Lloydminster, AB
April 12
Size Matters Bull Sale, 1:30 p.m., at
Sliding Hills Charolais farm, Canora, SK
February 11
P & H Ranching Co. Ltd. Bull Sale,
Innisfail (AB) Auction Mart
June 10-27
World Charolais Congress, United
Kingdom
February 20
“Tip the Scale Bull Sale”, Vikse
Family Farm, Donalda, AB
July 9-13
Canadian Charolais Youth
Conference & Show, Olds, Alberta
December 2
Sterling Collection Sale, 1:00 p.m.,
Saskatoon (SK) Livestock Sales
December 2
Alberta Charolais Association AGM,
Red Deer, AB
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Advertisers Index
Alberta Charolais Association ......................20
Alta...............................................................106
Altwasser Charolais .....................................108
Amabec Charolais .......................................109
American International Charolais Asso. ......15
Anchor J Charolais ......................................106
B Bar D Charolais.........................................109
Bar H Charolais............................................110
Bar J Charolais ...............................................30
Bar Punch Ranch .............................96-104,107
Bar 7 Easy Charolais ...................................107
Beau Char Charolais....................................107
Beck Farms ...................................................110
Be-Rich Farms ..............................................107
Blackbern Charolais.....................................109
Bo-Jan Enterprises .......................................110
Bovine Elite....................................................30
Bow Valley Genetics Ltd. ............................106
Bricney Stock Farms ....................................110
Bridor Charolais...........................................109
Brimner Cattle Company ............................110
Buffalo Lake Charolais ...............................107
By Livestock .......................7,9,22,23,25,53-104
Carey, Brent .................................................106
Castine Cattle Co....................................35,107
Cattle In Motion..........................................106
Cavandown Charolais .................................109
Cedardale Charolais ....................................109
Cedarlea Farms (Cypress) ................................6
Charhead Ranch ..........................................110
Charla Moore Farms....................................110
Char-Maine Ranching .................................107
Charolais Journal.........................................106
Char-Top Charolais (Cypress) ..........................6
Charworth Charolais Farms ........................107
Chomiak Charolais ................................13,107
Circle Cee Charolais Farms..........................107
Clear Lake Charolais.................................3,107
Cornerstone Charolais ................................109
Cornerview Charolais .............................13,109
Cougar Hill Ranch .......................................110
Creek's Edge Land & Cattle Co. .................110
CSS Charolais ...............................................110
C2 Charolais .................................................108
Davis-Rairdan...............................................106
Diamond W Charolais .................................110
Double L Ranch ...........................................107
Dubuc Charolais ..........................................110
Dudgeon-Snobelen Land & Cattle .............109
Eaton Charolais ...........................................111
Elder Charolais Farms..................................110
Ericson Livestock Services ...........................106
Everview Charolais (HiWeigh) ....................109
Fawcett Cattle Company Inc. .....................107
Ferme Louber ................................................18
114
Fischer Charolais..........................................107
Fleury, Michael ............................................106
Foat Valley Stock Farm ...............................107
Footprint Farms .....................................19,107
Forsyth Bros. Charolais (HiWeigh)..............109
4-G Charolais Ranch ....................................111
Future Farms................................................107
Gerrard Cattle Co. .......................................107
Gilliland Bros. Charolais..............................111
Grant Farms .................................................107
GRP Ltd. .......................................................106
H.S. Knill Company Ltd. ..............................106
Happy Haven Charolais...............................108
Hard Rock Land & Cattle Co.......................108
Harvie Ranching .........................................107
HEJ Charolais ..............................................107
Hicks Charolais........................................31,109
High Bluff Stock Farm (HiWeigh)...............109
Horseshoe E Charolais...........................5,7,111
HTA Charolais Farm (HiWeigh)...................109
Huber Cattle Sales.........................................15
Hunter Charolais (HiWeigh) ...............7,18,109
JMB Charolais (HiWeigh) ..................22,23,109
Johnstone Auction ......................................106
Jordan River Charolais ................................111
Kaiser Charolais Farm .................................107
Kanewischer, Jerry.......................................106
Kay-R Charolais ..........................................107
Kirlene Cattle...............................................109
Kruk Charolais .............................................108
La Ferme Patry de Weedon ........................110
Land O' Lakes Charolais..............................109
Langstaff Charolais .....................................109
Leemar Charolais.........................................107
LEJ Charolais ................................................108
Lindskov-Thiel Charolais Ranch..................111
LiveAuctions.TV ...........................................106
Loewen Charolais ........................................107
Martens Cattle Co. ...................................7,111
McAvoy Charolais Farm ...........................7,111
McKay Charolais ..........................................108
McKeary Charolais ......................................107
McLeod Livestock ........................................106
McTavish Charolais ......................................111
Meadows Charolais .....................................108
Medonte Charolais......................................109
Merial ............................................................27
Miller Land & Livestock ..............................109
Mogo Full French Charolais..........................30
Murphy Livestock ........................................107
Mutrie Farms ...............................................111
Nahachewsky Charolais ..............................111
N3 Stock Farms (Cypress) ................................6
P & H Ranching Co. .....................................108
P Bar 3 Charolais Inc. ......................53-104,108
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Packer Charolais ..........................................110
Palmer Charolais..........................................111
Parklane Charolais.......................................108
Patton Charolais ..........................................110
Perrot-Martin Charolais ..............................111
Pleasant Dawn Charolais ............................108
Poley, Chris...................................................106
Potter Charolais...........................................110
Prairie Cove Consulting ..............................106
Prairie Gold Charolais .................................111
Prairie Sky Farms (Cypress) .............................6
Pro-Char Charolais.......................................108
Qualman Charolais .....................................111
Quebec Charolais Association ......................18
Rammer Charolais (HiWeigh) .....................109
Ranch Ostiguy Charolais .............................110
Rawes Ranches ............................................108
Reykdal Farms Charolais .............................108
Ringuette Charolais.....................................109
Rollin' Acres Charolais ................................110
Rolling D Charolais (HiWeigh)....................109
Ronos ...........................................................110
Rosso Charolais (Cypress)................................6
RRTS Charolais .............................................108
Rudiger Ranch ............................................108
Saddleridge Charolais .................................108
Sand Rose Charolais ....................................111
Sandan Charolais Farms..............................108
Saskatchewan Charolais Association ...........33
Saunders Charolais ......................................110
Scarth Cattle Co...........................................108
Sharodon Farms ..........................................110
Skeels, Danny...............................................106
Sliding Hills Charolais..................................111
Snake Valley Farms......................................108
A. Sparrow Farms .........................................IFC
Sproule Charolais ........................................108
Stauffer Land & Livestock ...........................IBC
Stephen Charolais Farm.........................21,111
Steppler Charolais (HiWeigh) .....................109
Stock, Mark..................................................106
Stockmen's Insurance..................................106
Sunrise Charolais .........................................110
Temple Farms..........................................12,111
Transcon Livestock Corp. .......................11,106
Turnbull Charolais .......................................108
Wawedash Farms Ltd..................................111
Whiskey Hollow Cattle Company ..............110
White Cap Charolais ...................................111
White Heather Charolais ............................108
Wienk Charolais ..........................................111
Wilgenbusch Charolais ....................7,111,OBC
Wood River Charolais (Cypress)......................6
Wrangler Charolais .....................................108
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