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CRAIG, STEPHANIE, KEAGAN & CARTER STECK 869 190th Ave Woodstock, Minnesota 56186 Craig 319-530-8790 Stephanie 402-680-1254 show & sale cattle: Landon Bolin 870-754-1161 Preston Fevold 515-351-7035 online: www.steckcattle.com - facebook.com/steckcattle

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Champion Division I Intermediate Heifer, National Junior Angus Show PVF MISSIE 9214

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Departments 16 About Us 27 From The Editor 32 From Our Readers 40 In The News 44 Official Livestock Media Partner 64 Hall of Fame Members 109 Show Results

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This issue marks the 77th issue published by The Showtimes - and 7’s have always been a lucky number. We just launched our Lucky & Good Hoodie and Sticker line that is available online at shopshowtimes.com! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date with new merchandise drops throughout the year! 2021 has had an unbelievably great start with shows such as The Patriot, Cowgirls in Cowtown and a multitude of expos and jackpots! We plan to keep the momentum going throughout the Spring and rest of the year with top-of-the-line marketing, design, show coverage, photography and videos. Thank you to everyone who voted for us as the Best of the Barns Winner for Best Livestock Publication and Most Artistic Creative Developer! You are why we do what we do. You are

Cattle genetics have gotten insanely good. This Sire Edition of The Showtimes is a hub for the top bulls in the country - both proven and up-and-coming. We always work to make this issue the most powerful tool for breeders to use when making their breeding decisions; and the 2021 lineup may be the best to date! No matter what you are looking for, you will find it in this issue. The quality of sires is equally matched by the people highlighted throughout the pages of this March/April Edition. Don’t set the magazine down before reading about our new Hall of Fame Inductees, Shane & Tonya Meier. You will be able to tell a theme throughout this entire issue of just how many people they have influenced. When you are flipping through the pages, be sure to read the Beyond the Backdrops within the Show Results. These features highlight recent champions including Stuart Skiles, McKenna Richardson, Mason Grady and Whitney Walker!

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hall of fame

 Each issue of The Showtimes Magazine we induct new Hall of Fame members! These individuals are industry leaders. From showmen, breeders, business owners and judges, to an announcer, auctioneer and livestock show, the Hall of Fame represents excellence. It is a group of individuals that make a difference in our industry. We have had an overwhelming response to our Hall of Fame since it was started in March 2009! We always welcome nominations for our Hall of Fame. If you would like to nominate someone for our Hall of Fame, please email us at theshowtimes@yahoo.com.

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hen you combine

most recently The Patriot, are all well-known entities with Shane and Tonya at the helm. Recently, The Showtimes had the pleasure of sitting down with the two to discuss both their outlook on life and their dedication to bringing out the best in those around them. Shane was born and raised in Stonewall, Texas where his dad managed President Lyndon B. Johnson’s ranch. L.B.J. passed away in 1974, the year that Meier was born; but his family continued to work the cattle and land for Johnson’s wife and the government. Along with his two younger brothers,

Shane grew up highly involved with the Hereford breed – heifers in particular. Over the years they added crossbreds and steers to the mix. In addition to the cattle, Shane found success in livestock judging where he was a member of the State Champion 4-H Livestock Judging Team and State Champion FFA Livestock Judging Team in consecutive years. He left home to judge and pursue an education at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Tonya grew up in West Texas where her focus was on sports and school. No livestock. Growing up,

ties to a United

States President and roots deep in academia and sports, the result is the dynamic power couple of Shane and Tonya Meier.

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they have taken Shane’s background in Agriculture and Tonya’s love for education and youth to impact the livestock world in more ways than one. Meier Show Cattle, Battle of the Cattle and

known as BOC. What started as nutrition clinics, camps and

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into a prospect steer show series, open to youth from all across the nation. One would

think between their show cattle operation and BOC that the Meier’s would be left with little down time. In the Fall of 2020, Shane and Tonya felt the need of a Junior National type show for the show/club calf industry – as they are, in all rights, a breed of their own. What did they do? They announced the Show Steer Junior National that will take place July 21-25 in Abilene, Texas. The announcement came as an exciting spark across the industry! The Meier’s plan to run the event similar to other breed Junior Nationals with various contests, activities and shows. Just weeks after announcing the Steer Show Junior National came the cancellation of the 2021 Fort Worth Stock Show. Shane and Tonya did not miss a beat. They rallied their troops and formulated The Patriot Junior Market Steer Show. A Texas Major. Anyone who has never attended a major show in Texas may not grasp the magnitude of this type of event. Classes with close to

she was highly competitive in cheerleading. Following high school, Tonya attended Texas Tech University where she studied Pre- Family Law. Her passion for learning and youth led her to obtain a Master’s in Education. It’s this love of kids that has been a driving force for Tonya as both she and Shane not only tackle life, but approach it with the mindset of – how can we make it better? And that’s exactly what they have done… together, Shane and Tonya have dedicated their life to taking a leadership role in producing opportunities for youth in Agriculture. Along with their sons, Mills and Mason, they own and operate Meier Show Cattle back in Shane’s hometown of Stonewall. Although both boys are currently at Texas Tech, family is still an important aspect of everything they do. Over a decade ago, they founded Battle of the Cattle – also Coming from the two different upbringings,

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TonyaMeier 100 head and nearly 2,000 total entries (one calf per exhibitor) - it was no little undertaking. Yet, within a few months’ time, Shane and Tonya executed what may go down in history as one of the most fun, big-time, smoothest run cattle shows. They did not leave one stone unturned; from the volunteers and decorations, to fundraising and organizing a sale where they raised thousands of dollars for the youth of Texas! All with a crew of less than 25 people!

Time and time again, Shane and Tonya have made the youth of our industry a priority in their lives. Everything they do they give 100%. They describe walking away from various shows and events over the years with the sense of, “How can we improve that?” They would take notes on things that were done well and things that could be done better. It is so important for them to use livestock to help raise kids and to do everything with the kids in mind. Anyone who has attended

a BOC event or The Patriot will attest to the atmosphere of positivity, inspiration and motivation. While at the end of the day, everyone strives for the Champion slap, Shane and Tonya tailor their shows to be highly interactive, educational and an outlet for people to spend time together and form relationships. A great example of this is the BOC’s Panel of the Pros – an opportunity for kids at the show to talk to industry leaders, such as Brandon Horn and Clint Petzold. Not only does

this provide knowledge, but it also breaks the ice for them to reach out and communicate with those leaders throughout the event and beyond. One word of advice Tonya shared that she strives to live by is, “People will forget what you say to them, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” What she and Shane do day-in and day-out is a prime example of living one’s life in a way that betters those around them. •

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Due to the Easter holiday, the steer sale will be held on Monday this year. Summer- & Fall-born Steer & Heifer Prospects …approximately 70 head! Haired & slick shear steer prospects. Show heifer & donor candidates. All colors & many breeds represented.

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eff Koch and his fiancé, Jill Blake, own and operate ShowTime Cattle Company in Mooreland, Indiana. They are no strangers to the Hereford breed or to the show ring. Jeff grew up outside of Indianapolis on a Polled Hereford farm. Every year he traveled with his family to the Hereford Junior Nationals. Jeff was named the Herdsman of the Year at the 2003 Hereford Junior Nationals. He majored in health and fitness at Purdue University. Jill grew up on a cattle, hog and grain farm in a small Indiana town. Her family raised mainly Horned Herefords but had a handful of other breeds. She started showing when she was 5 years old and showed competitively at the state and national levels. Her love for animals and the Agricultural Industry lead her to Purdue University where she studied Animal Sciences with a focus in Agribusiness. We knew all along that we wanted to be in the cattle industry and after

college we were eager to make our dreams come true. In 2006, we decided to establish our own business, ShowTime Cattle Company. We currently run 50 cows and bulls of our own and custom feed 150 cows. Every day is a team effort as we are both involved in all aspects of the business- from daily chores, making breeding decisions, improving feed rations, finding the next great investment, marketing our cattle to traveling to shows across the country to provide customer service to our customers. ShowTime Cattle Company utilizes reverse sort IVF in our program to maximize the quality and the number of heifers we have each year. We continuously study pedigrees to try and find that “perfect match” to our donors to improve our program. We don’t have a lot of calves each year compared to other farms and ranches across the country so the matings that we selected have to click! We strive to breed and sell cattle that

are competitive in the show ring and profitable in production. For us, it starts at the ground, we like cattle that are big footed, structurally sound, deep bodied and easy fleshing with high fertility, udder quality and longevity. In 2008, Jeff went out to California with Ralph and Ray Ramsey to look at Hoffman’s sale calves. They were in the pasture looking at calves and a bull calf kept walking the fence next to the pasture they were in. Jeff asked what he was and Jason Hoffman said that he wasn’t in the sale. Jeff inquired more about him and found out that he was a full sib to 6 calves in the sale. Jeff really liked him so he purchased that bull calf. That was probably the smartest purchase we’ve ever made as he is a full sib to H Cattle Kate 8045 ET. Now, we had to get him from California to Indiana. Hoffman could get him to Kansas and we had a friend that was going to Kansas to visit his son. The only problem was that he drives a semi with a flatbed trailer. He strapped a couple of tarps and gates on his flatbed trailer and brought the bull back to Indiana on his flatbed trailer. Finally, H Excel 8051 ET was home at ShowTime. We had people stop by to see him and one guy offered us 5 times what we paid for him to make him a steer. Talk about dilemma- herd bull or take the money and make him a steer. Y’all know the outcome- we kept him as a bull. He was special. He had the show look. He was sound. He was everything that we needed to excel our program to the next level…and he did just that. We had so much interest in Excel that we started to sell semen on him. H Excel 8051 was our first promotional bull and he introduced us to that part of the industry. We like bulls that are unique and offer characteristics that we want in our program and that will impact and add value to the Hereford

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breed. We don’t promote a bull unless we truly believe in that bull. We currently have semen on eight promotional bulls which can be found on our website www.showtimecattle. com. To see the progress we’ve made from where we started to where we are now is very rewarding. From purchasing our own farm, increasing our herd numbers, incorporating IVF into our program, to the way we market our cattle- these advancements have improved our operation. Our first sale was a bid off with 5 heifers. We sold all the heifers we had that year. A couple years later we went to live auctions where we sold 40+ lots with the help of consignors. In 2014, we had our first Online Sale with 12 lots. Now, we have three online sales a year. We sell heifers in our It’s

ShowTime Online Sale in September and October online sales. Our March online sale includes our fall heifers and embryos. Over the years we’ve bred, raised, sold and been a part of many National Champions and Show Heifers of the Year. It’s been an honor to receive the Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor awards. There are no words to describe the feelings of these accomplishments- we are truly blessed. We are very thankful for the opportunities, memories and the friendships that the agricultural industry has provided us. We’ve been fortunate to work with some of the greatest cattlemen and the impact they made on us is something we will always remember. Ray Ramsey has been there since the beginning. We’ve

traveled many miles together looking at cattle, going to shows, bouncing breeding ideas off each other and so much more. We can’t thank him enough for all of the advice, guidance and support he’s provided us. Many years of hard work, dedication, experience, knowledge and a whole lot of love have gone into building the ShowTime brand and the cattle that we stand behind. Our customer service is something that separates us from the rest. We want to engage, educate and empower our customers. We provide one on one educational sessions to our customers (from animal nutrition, to showmanship to daily hair care and fitting). We wouldn't be where we are today without having customers that believe in our cattle and our program. We thank each and every customer- because of YOU- we get to do what we love every day. •

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gambles hot rod sire. SILVEIRAS STYLE 9303 silveiras elba 2520 exar blue chip 1877b dam. COLLISON FOREVER LADY 1622 moffit forever lady m831

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Forbes is unquestionably Style’s most successful son to date. He has captured many accolades over the past year in- cluding Grand Champion ROV Angus Bull, 2021 Cattlemen’s Congress, Supreme Champion South Dakota State Fair, Supreme Champion Kansas State Fair, Grand Champion ROV Angus Bull, American Royal, Grand Cham- pion ROV Angus Bull, Ft. Worth Stock Show, Grand Champion Angus Bull, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.

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In Philippians 3:10-14 , Paul writes. “10 I want to know Christ—yes, to know the power of his resur- rection and participation in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, 11 and so, somehow, attaining to the resurrection BECOMINGMORE LIKECHRIST.

T his last Christmas our As we hung the case on the wall and Libbi placed each buckle in its special spot, her little face glowed as she recalled the story behind each one. Some buckles came harder than others, but each one involved a journey, a goal, and an accomplishment. I noticed that as she talked about each one, the things that made each buckle special was not the color of the stones, or how shiny they were, but instead it was about the story behind them. It made me think that God proba- bly looks at us in that same way. We are all special prizes in the Lord’s eyes, each with a unique story of hardships and struggles, but in the end, if we accept Jesus into our hearts, we accomplish God’s goal for us, and we become prizes in His kingdom. ten-year-old asked for a case to display the belt buckles that she had won over the past few years.

and straining toward what is ahead, 14 I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Paul’s objective here is to become more like Christ and to fulfill everything that Christ wants him to be. He is focused on the goal, setting aside the things from his past that make him feel like a fail- ure. We have all tried and failed, but those are the things that teach us and make us stronger. If all the rewards came easy, we wouldn’t become better at what we do. When we make mistakes in life, instead of being ashamed and dwelling on them, we go to Christ and ask for forgiveness. The most important thing is to always learn from those mistakes and realize that becoming who Christ wants us to be is a journey, so keep your eye on the prize and work hard toward the goal! •

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Show Results

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110 The Patriot 120 The Kansas Classic 124 Black Hills Stock Show 126 Clark County Cattle Battle 130 Hoosier Beef Congress 132 New Year National 134 VCCP Winter Classic 136 Nebraska Cattlemen’s 138 OSU AGR Winter Bonanza

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186 Cowgirls in Cowtown 196 Iowa Beef Expo 198 Purdue Alumni AGR 200 Winter Warm-Up 204 Change of Pace 206 Sioux Empire 212 DTS Cupid Classic 216 Gibson County Preview 218 San Angelo Stock Show 222 Cattlemen’s Congress Beyond The Backdrop 112 Mason Grady 188 McKenna Richardson 224 Stuart Skiles 228 Whitney Walker

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THEPATRIOT junior market steer show

Location Abilene, TX

Results/Photos Joelynn Rathmann Photography

Date February 2-6, 2021

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Judges › Amanda Schnoor, CA › TimFitzgerald, IN Backdrop Banner › The Showtimes, Inc. Black Showtimes Banners › The Showtimes, Inc. ShowRing Banners › The Showtimes, Inc.

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GRANDCHAMPIONSTEER Mason Grady, TX

$50,000

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RESERVE CHAMPIONSTEER Berkley Bird, TX

$30,000

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y name is Mason Grady and I am ten years old and in fourth grade. I live in Grandview, Texas with my parents, Brad and Misty, and my sister Mikala. I exhibited the grand champion steer at the Patriot Junior Market Steer Show in Abilene, Texas. This was a very special win for me with my steer named Trentin. He has been special from the start. He’s always been sweet and just had a kind disposition. Because of this I always enjoyed working with Trentin

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and looked forward to showing him. I feel very lucky to have exhibited a steer that good so early in my career, and I hope I am lucky enough to get one as sweet and good as him again. Showing livestock is a big part of life for me and my family. So, naturally I was disappointed when I heard that Fort Worth and Denver were both cancelled. Thankfully it wasn’t long until I learned that the Meier family were working on a show for exhibitors like myself who didn’t get a chance to show their cattle.

Without their hard work and dedication we would not have had anywhere to show our haired steers. Then all that work and time would have been wasted on cattle that would have just ended up at the sale barn. The Meier family and their crew truly put on a first class event and I can’t thank them enough. They spent countless hours so we could have a place to exhibit our steers. They made everything so accommodating from move in until the sale was over. I am grateful for the opportunity to know people

like the Meier’s. They truly lead by example, and their hard work and dedication to this industry will not soon be forgotten. I am so blessed to have the help and support of my parents, my sister, Bobby Joe and Mandi (Maddox). Also a big thanks to Bodee Schlipf, Jared Hobbs, Tessa Schotte, Kasside Luce, and Jeff Howard. I appreciate you all so much for all you do for me. You all are the best team anyone could ever have. •

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Reserve Angus ElyMartin

Champion Angus Kinlee Rathmann

Reserve Shorthorn Breely Armes

Champion Shorthorn London Bird

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Reserve PolledHereford Blaze Benson

Champion PolledHereford DrakeWoerner

ReserveHereford Saige Beerwinkle

ChampionHereford Jace Jordan

Reserve ABC Sawyer May

Champion ABC Kennadi Altman

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Reserve Crossbred Berkley Bird

Champion Crossbred Mason Grady

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Champion Lightweight Crossbred Addilyn Reed

ChampionMediumweight Crossbred Raylee Bain

ChampionHeavyweight Crossbred Mason Grady

Reserve Lightweight Crossbred CooperWehe

ReserveMediumweight Crossbred Brooklyn Buckingham

ReserveHeavyweight Crossbred Berkley Bird

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Location Hutchinson, KS

Results/Photos Pearl’s Pics

Date February 2021

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Steer Judge ›Will Coor / Maria Crandall & Luck Guyer

Heifer Judge › AlanMiller / Kyndal Reitzenstein

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GRANDCHAMPIONSTEER Payton Rodgers

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RESERVE CHAMPIONSTEER Cooper Cummins

3rdOverall Steer Cooper Cummins

4thOverall Steer Payton Rodgers

5thOverall Steer Cara Cummins

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3rdOverall Steer Cara Cummins

GRANDCHAMPIONSTEER Cooper Cummins

4thOverall Steer Lauren Aust

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RESERVE CHAMPIONSTEER Payton Rogers

5thOverall Steer Charlie Hudgens

Kansas Classic

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HEIFERS

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Steer Judge ›Will Coor / Maria Crandall & Luck Guyer

Heifer Judge › AlanMiller / Kyndal Reitzenstein

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GRANDCHAMPIONHEIFER RanceWheeler

CLASSIC

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RESERVE CHAMPIONHEIFER Maggie Griswold

3rdOverall Heifer Kelton Arthur

4thOverall Heifer Turner Longacre

5thOverall Heifer Kelton Arthur

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3rdOverall Heifer RanceWheeler

GRANDCHAMPIONHEIFER Kennedy Arthur

4thOverall Heifer Madison Laschke

CLASSIC

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RESERVE CHAMPION HEIFER Maggie Griswold

5thOverall Heifer Cassidy Barker

BLACKHILLS stock show

Location Rapid City, SD Date January 2021

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GRANDCHAMPIONHEIFER Payton Scott

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