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MAB Sunseeker SimX- FROM LARRY ANDERSON-515-290-4336

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Visit Southwest Iowa in 2015!

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Offering up our greatest sires to you! Call and order today! 800-515-3284

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Sunday, September 6, 2015 – Miller Show Cattle Fall Bid-Off Location: Cremonda, Alberta | Auction End Time: 7 PM CENTRAL

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Sire: Monopoly
Dam: Friction Donor
DOB: April 2015
Sex: Steer
Breed: Maintainer
Consignor: Chase Miller 403-807-1075
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Comments: We are proud to offer this promising show prospect in our sale. Big bodied, sound structured, with a splash of colour from our most proven donor cow and Monopoly. Bid with confidence.
Special Terms: FINAL SALE PRICE ON ALL LOTS WILL BE CALCULATED IN CANADIAN DOLLARS AT THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE.
Delivery Methods: Call after purchase to arrange delivery.

Sire: Heatwave
Dam: Friction Donor
DOB: March 2015
Sex: Steer
Breed: Maintainer
Consignor: Chase Miller 403-807-1079

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Comments: Showring presence with un-paralleled muscle shape and ease of stride. This mating has consistently produced quality finished steers for 5 years.
Special Terms: FINAL SALE PRICE ON ALL LOTS WILL BE CALCULATED IN CANADIAN DOLLARS AT THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE.
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Sire: Ali
Dam: One and Only x Friction Donor
DOB: February 2015
Sex: Steer
Breed: Maintainer
Consignor: Chase Miller 403-807-1082

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Comments: Flashy high percentage maine steer with great look and balance. Watch for this guy to get better with every day on feed until achievement day.
Special Terms: FINAL SALE PRICE ON ALL LOTS WILL BE CALCULATED IN CANADIAN DOLLARS AT THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE.
Delivery Methods: Call after purchase to arrange delivery.

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MAN AGAINST MACHINE SEMEN NOW AVAILABLE!!! CALL TODAY TO ORDER!!!

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Man Among Boys x PB Hereford Boomer Upstream

DOB: 4/14/2014

BW: 82 lbs

TH and PHA pending

Owned with Otto Show Cattle

Man Against Machine -1

 

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Sennett Cattle & Deatsman Farms Online Sale

Author: Kristy

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Offering: Heifer
Ear Tag: 1
Sire: Monopoly
Dam: 651L (WMW x 6651)
Breed: Cross
D.O.B: 2/26/15
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Comments: Our Who Made Who donor has been awful good to us over the years, and this pair of heifers may be the best ever. They are super stylish, square-hipped, soggy and structurally correct. They combine the overwhelming maternal power of their mother with the look and show ring presence that has made Monopoly a household name. Plus, they have the size and femininity to dominate in the show ring or pasture. You won’t be disappointed with either one of these females.
Seller: Deatsman Farms
Contact: Brian Deatsman
Phone: 574-527-6679
Location: Waynetown, IN

Offering: Heifer
Ear Tag: 3
Sire: Monopoly
Dam: 651L (WMW x 6651)
Breed: Cross
D.O.B: 4/7/15
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Comments: Our Who Made Who donor has been awful good to us over the years, and this pair of heifers may be the best ever. They are super stylish, square-hipped, soggy and structurally correct. They combine the overwhelming maternal power of their mother with the look and show ring presence that has made Monopoly a household name. Plus, they have the size and femininity to dominate in the show ring or pasture. You won’t be disappointed with either one of these females.
Seller: Deatsman Farms
Contact: Brian Deatsman
Phone: 574-527-6679
Location: Waynetown, IN

Offering: Heifer
Ear Tag: 7
Sire: I 80
Dam: Reimann 115Y (Monopoly)
Breed: Mainetainer
D.O.B: 3/25/15
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Comments: This I 80 heifer is super-complete, combining the eye appeal and structural correctness needed to compete in the show ring. It doesn’t hurt that she’s cool-fronted and shaggy, too. She can get out and track with the best of them. We think she has a bright future ahead of her.
Seller: Deatsman Farms
Contact: Brian Deatsman
Phone: 574-527-6679
Location: Waynetown, IN

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FROM DAX LAUTNER SHOW STEERS

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Lautner Farms Online Semen Sale

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Offering: Semen
# of Units: 5
Bull Name: Steam Roller
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

Offering: Semen
# of Units: 5
Bull Name: Moonlight
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

Offering: Semen
# of Units: 5
Bull Name: Man Among Boys Original
Seller : Lautner Farms
Name: Phil Lautner
Phone: 1-800-515-3284
Location: Adel, IA

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School start date affects young state fair exhibitors

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A change to Iowa school dates might have pushed attendance and 4-H and FFA participation up at this year’s State Fair, according to fair officials. The fair ran Aug. 13-23. According to the new rule, schools could start after Aug. 23.

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DES MOINES — Now that the state fair is over and school has started, fair officials are starting to get an idea how changes in the school start date affected this year’s fair.

“We’ve had many agriculture teachers tell us that it actually helped,” says State FFA Advisor Dale Gruis about allowing students to get to the fair to show animals.

State Fair Manager and CEO Gary Slater agrees, saying it is difficult to measure the difference, but he thinks the change did mean greater participation.

“We had 88 more exhibitors in the 4-H hall,” Slater says. Numbers were also up in 4H and FFA participation.

“The 4-H building was just filled with people,” he adds.

Total fair attendance figures were not available at press time, but the numbers were up going into the final fair weekend, Slater says.

“For the last five or six years, the Thursday and Friday (going into the last weekend of the fair) were our lightest days,” he says.

This year, he says attendance was about 105,000 on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 103,000 on Thursday and 106,000 on Friday.

Those are all high numbers. And while Slater says good weather was a major factor, he thinks the fact students and families were not in school for those days also made a difference.

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey said before the fair he hoped the change in school start dates would help foster more youth participation at the fair and would enable more families to visit.

“Anecdotally, folks say you would see the difference,” Northey said. “I would hope so.”

The change was not without controversy.

ONCE UPON a time, the school calendar followed the agricultural calendar, allowing students to work at home on the farm during the summer.

The later date also was based in part on the fact that, until recent years, few school buildings had air conditioning. The later start kept children out of school on more hot days.

But recently, it became clear fewer and fewer students lived and worked on the farm and farms used less student and manual labor.

While state law said school should not start until after Sept. 1, most schools asked for and received waivers allowing them to start earlier.

The reasons for earlier starts included the idea of ending the first semester before Christmas, the ability to add other breaks in the school year, the idea students retained more knowledge if the summer break was shorter and the attempt to align high school start dates more closely with colleges and national schedules for standardized tests.

BUT, LAST winter Gov. Terry Branstad, with the support of the state fair and state tourism industry, announced he would tell the state department of education to stop granting such waivers and to enforce the Sept. 1 start dates.

That spurred a legislative debate, with the end result a compromise that said school would not start before Aug. 23 — before the Sept. 1 date supported by tourism groups but after the state fair.

As a result, most schools in the state started some time this past week, right after the end of the fair.

Some education officials argued against the change, saying school start dates should be based on what is best for education, not what is best for the fair or for the tourism industry.

They also argued the change would make it more difficult for students who are taking classes through their school at local colleges or for those students in advanced placement classes.

But, fair officials were clearly happy to see the later school start date, as were many high school agriculture teachers.

Branstad, for his part, says he is pleased with the compromise.

“The fair is one of my favorite places to be,” he says.

 

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MAB X Calveabull / Hoo Doo Sells 9/20/15- FROM ADAM WHITE

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FROM MPJ Cattle Company

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Tag 2: Unstoppable x Hannibal
Dual Registered: Maintainer & High% Chianina
Sells Sep. 15 MPJ Cattle Co, Breedersworld online sales
Located in Maurice, IA. Call anytime to stop and look
Matt: 712-540-1615
Brad: 712-541-0763
Mark: 712-441-2758

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Walk this way heifer for sale stout sound and sexy for more info pm or call/text Eric @ 6082955312

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joke of the day

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An aged farmer and his wife were leaning against the edge of their pig-pen when the old woman wistfully recalled that the next week would mark their golden wedding anniversary. “Let’s have a party, Homer,” she suggested. “Let’s kill a pig.” The farmer scratched his grizzled head. “Gee, Ethel,” he finally answered, “I don’t see why the pig should take the blame for something that happened fifty years ago.”

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The Breeders World Story with Roger Hunker

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The Breeders World Story with Roger Hunker from Herdmark Media on Vimeo.

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new sires from Lautner Farms- Call and order today 800-515-3284

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from long cattle

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Call and order today from Lautner Farms! 800-515-3284

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Make plans to stop by and look at this years set of calves.. FROM Courtney Hrabe Flower

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STOLTZ EXOTICS, 42ND TRADITIONAL CONTINUES PRIVATE TREATY SALE-SEP. 20TH

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Make sure to come check out 85+ calves, bred cows and embryos to sell in Kastel & Friends sale this fall

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Early Bird Sale – RC Show Cattle, PROXY BIDDING

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Sex: Heifer
Sire: I-80
Dam: RC She’s a Beauty
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Seller: RC Show Cattle
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Sale Format: A live auction will be held September 5th in Eaton OH. The proxy (absentee) bidding feature is available for your convenience for the sale. Proxy bids may be placed from the time the sale is posted until one hour prior to sale time. Please contact the sales staff to answer any further questions on specific lots.

Sex: Heifer
Sire: MAB
Dam: Wanda Donor
Catalog: Click here for Catalog
Seller: Megan Hunt

Sex: Heifer
Sire: I-80
Dam: Meyer 734/Angus
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Seller: Minges Family

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The Showman’s Choice Sale

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HIGH SELLERS FROM Highland County Circle Online Sale

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MAB/STEER-$19,000

MONOPOLY/HEIFER-$5,750

MAB/STEER-$5,250

UNSTOPPABLE/STEER-$9,400

MAB/HEIFER-$5,000

 

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LAUTNER BRED HIGH SELLERS FROM Highland County Circle, Forsythe & Workman Steers, Heifers, Breds Online Sale

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DAKOTA GOLD/HEIFER-$5,750

I-80/HEIFER-$6,050

 

 

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