Not only does he sire high selling steers, but also banner winning heifers! INCLUDING 4 OF THE 5 TOP MARKET ANIMALS AT THIS YEARS IOWA BEEF EXPO
The best Monopoly clone on the market!
The best Monopoly clone on the market!
Ear Tag: 37
Sire: Solid Gold
Video: Click here for video
Comments: Smooth polled, Angus headed, and Maine hipped. This one will get you a free trip down to Reliant Stadium on Friday night.
Ear Tag: 28
Sire: Solid Gold
Video: Click here for video
Comments: Kid broke but no joke. This one is sure to get you that most desired brand at the majors.
Want to add the Shorthorn color and not give up any crossbred power? Uncle Si will deliver. Out of the same cow as War Eagle and being a full brother to Abby Badger’s steer. how can anyone not be excited about Uncle Si! In addition, he is TH FREE & PHA FREE and that is a fact jack!! Hang on to your hat, Uncle Si will take colored genetics to a whole new level. Join in on the excitement and add Uncle Si in your breeding plans!
JPMC Betty 418B
I-80 x Saugahatchee/Maine
Registered 3/4 Maine
THE NON- BELIEVERS HAVE NOW BECOME BELIEVERS. I-80 RANKS #1 WHEN IT COMES TO MAKING HIGH SELLERS AND IN JUST MAKING GREAT FUNCTIONAL CATTLE. OTHERS CLAIM THEIR SIRE CAN DO WHAT I-80 HAD ALREADY PROVEN TO DO. ALL WE CAN SAY IS , AT LEAST THEY ARE MAKING COMPARISONS TO ONE GREAT BULL! CAN YOU BLAME THEM FOR TRYING?
Fellow Jr. Livestock Enthusiast, I’m sending you this message to inform each of you that I ask for help for a young lady who is a member of the Prague FFA Chapter in Oklahoma. In a moment of sadness for Emily Cooper, who is a well-rounded FFA Member that exhibits Sheep and has a found love for raising and showing Goats. This week prior to the Lincoln Co. Show Emily lost her Mother, Crystal to a severe Heart-Attack as they were working together to get her sheep and goats ready for the show the night before. Although this tragedy seems untimely for a 38 yrs. old Mom, this was quite shocking for Emily and her little sister Hallie, but it only gets worst. The evening following the Co. Show Emily’s Father was traveling home after a long, stressful day and had an automobile accident, flipping his truck, and was killed in a single car accident. This week has been very detrimental for Emily and Hallie. With this being said, our industry has 2 Children left without parents they lost in a quick 48 hrs. period.
Therefore, Tommy Milligan will graciously be organizing a benefit On-Line Auction to raise money for these two young kids. I know this situation has touched so many and several want to play apart in helping. I will be asking Fellow Breeders of Goats, Sheep, Pigs, or Cattle to donate a future show animal, as well as, Semen, Feed, Equipment, or Supplies to be auctioned. We’re in a rush to get this together so information can be promoted at the OYE next week, and the Auction to follow shortly after. Obviously, these girls will need MONEY, love, guidance, and a prayer from everyone. It’s time to pull together in a time of need. I thank you for wanting to be a part of this, I know many of you with children are like myself, you couldn’t imagine your kids going on thru life at a young age without you. Please just respond to me with a “YES” and I or Tommy Milligan will be getting with you for the details of your donation.
Milligan Web Design
General Lee – ORDER TODAY! LAUTNER FARMS: 800-515-3284
GENERAL LEE WAS DISPLAYED AT THE 2013 & 2014 NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW IN DENVER . HE EXCELS IN TERMS OF DEPTH OF RIB AND FLANK WITH ADDED LUMBER TO POUND THE GROUND. HIS MOTHER IS A PB MAINE DONOR, SIRED BY SOONER AND FROM THE BARRY NOWATSKE PROGRAM. SHE HAS GATHERED A LOT OF ATTENTION IN HER FIRST ROUND OF EMBRYO TRANSFER CALVES FOR WATSON & MCCAULEY.
REPORTS ARE IN, AND THIS ONE IS FOR REAL! TWO GREAT SIRES IN ONE PACKAGE! LOW BIRTH WEIGHTS AND GREAT LOOKING CALVES. DO YOUR HEIFERS A FAVOR AND CALL TODAY FOR YOUR CALVING EASE SOLUTION!
“You need to promote Ali’s Solution more, I love my calves and they come small.” – Toby Frehauf
WHEN THE DUST CLEARS AND THE BS GOES DOWN THE STREAM, HERE’S ONE THAT WILL STILL BE ADMIRED BY THOSE THAT KNOW GREAT CATTLE! WAR EAGLE POSSESSES THE RIGHT SHAPE. THE RIGHT BODY LENGTH AND THE RIGHT STRUCTURE TO BE LOOKED AT ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. PUT HIM ON YOUR LIST OF BULLS TO COMPARE THE OTHERS TO AT THE BULL STUD. WE KNOW YOU’LL BE IMPRESSED!
MARCH 7, 2014
Cash fed cattle prices retreated from last week’s record highs, falling $2 per cwt. to trade at $148 in the South and $150 in the North. Dressed sales in Nebraska were mostly $3 lower at $237.
Weakness in futures markets this week spilled over into the cash markets, yet traders noted boxed beef prices pushed significantly higher. Choice boxed beef traded Friday at $236.02, up $10.69 from the previous Friday, while Select traded at $232.87, up $9.75 from the previous week. The Choice/Select spread was $3.16.
Stocker and feeder markets reported a light test this week, with prices steady to $4 per cwt. higher. Market reporters noted that weather curtailed receipts throughout much of the major trading areas.
“As good as the markets are, sellers don’t want to take the chance on letting something as simple as the weather steal their chance on setting personal bests,” says USDA Market News reporter Corbitt Wall. “Many auction markets were forced to close down entirely this past week either due to dangerous road conditions or limited receipts. However, wintry forecasts did not fully come to fruit in many areas but fear of the worst had already affected early-week trading.”
Reduced sales were reported in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kentucky where many stocker buyers go to fill their springtime orders.
“The best demand, where tested, was for heavier stocker cattle weighing 600-750 pounds which was just right for hard-wintered cattle coming off dry and short wheat pastures in the Southern Plains,” Wall says. Heavily supplemented feeders coming out of grow yards farther north were not as widely accepted, although still sold handsomely.”
Wall reported a “short load of fancy Red Angus open heifers weighing 923 pounds brought a whopping $200 per cwt., or $1846 per head” at the auction in Pratt, Kan.
THE #1 CHOICE TO BREED I-80 HEIFERS TO! HE IS ALSO CROSSING EXCEPTIONALLY WELL WITH HEAT WAVE AND MONOPOLY DAUGHTERS. JESSE JAMES CONTINUES TO GROW IN POPULARITY AS A LEADING OPTION FOR BREEDING FIRST AND SECOND CALF HEIFERS. EXPECT CALVES TO HAVE LOW BIRTH WEIGHTS AND COME WITH EXTRA STYLE, BODY DEPTH AND LOOK. SIRE OF THE MANY TIME CHAMPION FOR LAPKE’S.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR – Join us for the 27th Annual Ohio Beef Expo scheduled for March 14-16, 2014, at the Ohio Exposition Center in Columbus.
The Ohio Beef Expo has long been the premier event for the Ohio beef industry and this year will continue that tradition.
Thursday, March 13
The Social, Crowne Plaza North
Friday, March 14
7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m……Trade Show set up for smaller vendors
8:00 a.m. ………………….Voinovich Building opens for public
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m……Trade Show Open, Voinovich Building
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m… Genetic Pathway Open, Voinvoich Building
10:00 a.m………………….Educational Seminars begin in Voinovich
10:30 a.m………………….Breed Shows begin in Rauch Arena & O’Neill Building
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m……Junior Show Check in, Gilligan
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m……Genetic Pathway Open, Voinovich Building
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m……Cowboy Happy Hour, Voinovich Building
5:00 p.m. ………………….Junior Show Welcome Party & Fitting Demonstration
Saturday, March 15
8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m….Judging Contest Registration, Rauch Arena
8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m….Trade Show Open, Voinovich Building
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m..Jr Show Check in, Gilligan Complex
9:00 a.m………………… Judging Contest, Rauch Arena
10:00 a.m…………………Breed Sales begin in Voinovich Building
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m..Genetic Pathway Open, Voinovich Bldg
1:00 p.m………………… Youth Beef Quality Assurance, Rauch Arena
(Juniors will be divided into two groups by age and both sessions will run concurrently.)
3:00 p.m. ………………..Junior Showmanship, Rauch Arena
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m… Genetic Pathway Open, Voinovich Building
4:30 p.m. ………………..Judging Contest Awards, Rauch Arena
4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m…Cowboy Happy Hour, Voinovich Building
Sunday, March 16
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ………. Junior Show, Rauch Arena
8 a.m. …Junior Market Animal Show Begins
9 a.m. …Junior Heifer Show Begins
8 a.m. ………………….. Voinovich Building opens for public
8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. ….. Trade Show Open, Voinovich Building
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. …….. Genetic Pathway Open, Voinovich Building
LAUTNER FARMS: 800-515-3284
ORDER UNSTOPPABLE SEMEN TODAY – THE BEST BLACK MONOPOLY SON ON THE MARKET! LAUTNER FARMS: 800-515-3284
2013 HIGH SELLERS SIRED BY UNSTOPPABLE:
Bushy Park – Unstoppable Heifer – $80,000
Bushy Park Farm-Unstoppable bull – $60,000
Kendall Bremer – Unstoppable Heifer – $47,000
Kirk Forsythe- Unstoppable Bull – $25,000
Charlie Wilson – Unstoppable Heifer – $16,500
Jim Martin – Unstoppable Steer – $13,500
Phil Lautner- Unstoppable bull – $10,000
Jason Shatto – Unstoppable Steer – $9000
Bushy Park Farm – Unstoppable Heifer – $8,800
Meryl Doudd- Unstoppable heifer – $8,100
Derek Sandy – Unstoppable Heifer – $8,000
Dax Lautner – Unstoppable Heifer – $7000
Schneider Bros. – Unstoppable Heifer – $7500
Jim Martin – Unstoppable Steer – $7000
Brian Cummings-Unstoppable Bull – $6,501
J/D Cattle Co – Unstoppable Steer – $6500
Brian Cummings – Unstoppable Bull – $5,750
Wolfridge/Kelly Long – Unstoppable Bull $5,500
Jamie Stevenson-Unstoppable Steer-$5250
Bremer Show Cattle – Unstoppable Heifer – $5,250
Brock Wooldridge – Unstoppable Bull – $5,250
Roeber Show Cattle-Unstoppable Heifer-$5,000
Dale & Ryan Schlipf-Unstoppable Steer-$5,000
Troy Wilson – Unstoppable Steer – $5000
Roeber Show Cattle – Unstoppable Heifer – $5000
LOOK AT THIS ONE FOR A LONG TIME BECAUSE READY 2 ROLL WILL BE AROUND FOR A LONG, LONG TIME!! WE PREDICTED HEAT WAVE’S GREATNESS LONG BEFORE ANY COWS WERE BRED TO HIM. WE HAVE THE SAME FEELING ABOUT READY 2 ROLL. STOP BY THE COLLECTION FACILITY, SEE FOR YOURSELF, 100% CERTAIN YOU WILL AGREE! JUMP ON THE BAND WAGON BECAUSE THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS ARE ALREADY ABOARD. FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS AND GET READY 2 ROLL.
CALL OR E-MAIL TODAY IF YOU’RE NOT ALREADY ON OUR CUSTOMER MAILING LIST TO GET YOUR NEW COPY OF THE 2014 GREATEST SIRES IN AMERICA!
Event date: 3/8/2014
|Livestock and Horse Shows|
|8 a.m.||Santa Gertrudis Cattle Show||Reliant Center – Main Arena* (west side)|
|Breeding Gilt Show: Junior||Reliant Center – East Arena|
|Rabbit Show: Youth||Reliant Arena – Hall B|
|9 a.m.||International Brangus Cattle Show: Females||Reliant Center – Main Arena* (east side)|
|10 a.m.||Ranching & Wildlife Expo||Reliant Center – Second Floor (east end)|
|11 a.m.||Ranch Rodeo: Qualified County Teams||Reliant Arena|
|12:30 p.m.||Braford Cattle Show: F1 Females||Reliant Center – Main Arena* (west side)|
|2 p.m.||Texas Longhorn Cattle Show: Open||Reliant Center – Main Arena* (east side)|
|2 p.m.||Texas Longhorn Cattle Show: Trophy Steers||Reliant Center – Main Arena* (east side)|
|5 p.m.||Beefmaster Promotional Group Haltered Cattle Sale||Reliant Center – East Arena|
|7:30 p.m.||International Brangus Cattle Sale||Reliant Center – East Arena|
|7:30 p.m.||Ranch Rodeo: Champions Challenge||Reliant Arena|
|10 a.m.||School Art Awards||Reliant Arena Sales Pavilion|
|Statoil Stars Over Texas Stage|
|10 a.m.||The Cutest Show on Earth||Reliant Park|
|11 a.m.||Amazing Animals!||Reliant Park|
|noon||The Cutest Show on Earth||Reliant Park|
|1 p.m.||High Country Carvers||Reliant Park|
|2 p.m.||Denim & Diamonds Line Dancers||Reliant Park|
|3 p.m.||Western Theater||Reliant Park|
|4 p.m.||The Cutest Show on Earth||Reliant Park|
|5 p.m.||Mattox Duet||Reliant Park|
|6 p.m.||The Cutest Show on Earth||Reliant Park|
|7 p.m.||Houston’s Up & Comers – Tori McClure||Reliant Park|
|10 a.m.||Kids Country Carnival, closes at 11 p.m.||Kids Country|
|10 a.m.||Carnival, closes at midnight||Reliant Park|
|Champion Wine Garden, 11 a.m. to midnight|
|1 p.m.||Pinot Noir Perfection Seminar||Carruth Plaza|
|Donna B||Carruth Plaza|
|2:30 p.m.||Pinot Noir Perfection Seminar||Carruth Plaza|
|6 p.m.||Shaun Michael||Carruth Plaza|
|The Hideout presented by National Oilwell Varco, 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.|
|10:15 p.m.||Jamie Richards||Reliant Park|
|3:45 p.m.||BP Super Series II, Round 2||Reliant Stadium|
|Followed by, Chris Young||Reliant Stadium|
WITH THE SMOKE CRAZE RUNNING RAMPED IN THE SHOW RING, SILVER LINING WAS A BULL WE KNEW WE NEEDED TO HAVE IN OUR 2014 LINEUP. WET AND DRY THIS BULL IMPRESSES THE MOST CRITICAL CLUB CALF PEOPLE. THE MORE YOU STUDY HIM HIS BEAST THE MORE YOU YOU ARE IMPRESSED. SUPER COMPLETE WITH GREAT BONE, MUSCLE AND MASS IN AN ULTRA SOUND PACKAGE. WE FEEL THIS BULL IS DESTINED FOR GREAT THINGS.
Tomorrow (Saturday, March 8th) is International Women’s Day and in celebration we wanted to share some fun facts about women in agriculture. You may be surprised at the growing role women are playing in agriculture – some times as farm moms and sometimes as the principle operator.
You are using an outdated browser. Sorry, this web site doesn't support Internet Explorer 6. To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to a newer version or other web browser. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. It is completely free for download: