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Departments 16 About Us 20 From The Editor 22 From Our Readers 32 In The News 74 You Are Showtimes 79 Flashback 101 Show Results
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EVERY GRAND CHAMPION STEER FROM THE NATIONALWESTERN 236 For the first time ever compare every Grand Champion Steer! NAILE LIVESTOCK JUDGING RESULTS 258 Results from Louisville including an article by Paige Miller and Tyler Bush!
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102 NAILE 120 AGR Holiday Classic 124 Autumn Classic 126 BLRSC Buckle Blowout 128 Cardinal Classic 132 Jordan Mack Memorial 134 North Carolina State Fair 138 North Star
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Stock Show feature we’ve ever done on page 242. Not only have we included some of our best Showtimes photos from Denver over the years, you won’t want to miss the incredible historic photos from the National Western! Finally, for the first time ever, we bring you every Grand Champion Steer from the NWSS! It also marks the first time we have ever printed a double gate fold in The Showtimes! With this issue marking the beginning of a new year, we are hopeful for what 2021 has in store! We were honored to work with the many outstanding individuals in our industry not only in this issue, but also in our Showtimes New Year’s Eve Special Video that releases on Facebook alongside this issue. We strive to bring you our best with each new magazine, video and design. We wish you a happy new year and good luck at all of the Winter Shows! •
Our Jan/Feb 2021 Stock Show Edition has definitely been worth the wait! It also features Rodgers Bulls new sire Worth The Wait on the front cover! This is without question one of my top two favorite covers we have printed to date! It also features one of my favorite back covers featuring Lauter Farms! Each new year we look forward to upgrading our layouts, and this issue builds on what we’ve been using the past few years. Our Jan/ Feb magazine is edgy and bold. It takes our graphic design and layout to a whole new level. We hope you enjoy our first issue of 2021! This issue is packed with great articles including Cimarron Trailers, Jimmy Linthicum, Paige Miller, Tyler Bush and Rhylee Rodgers! We also introduce two new deserving Hall of Fame Members! Find out who they are starting on page 220. You will also find Show Results from the NAILE. Plus, we bring you our biggest National Western
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The Showtimes is excited to be the official media partner of The Patriot Junior Market Steer Show! This great event will be held February 2-7, 2021 in Abilene, Texas and is powered by Battle of the Cattle. Be sure to follow The Showtimes on Social Media and our Blog for the latest updates! Look for Show Results in our upcoming March/April 2021 Sire Edition! THE PATRIOT OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER
Be sure to view Huwa Cattle’s new Sale Catalog online on The Showtimes Blog! We enjoyed designing their catalog for 2021! HUWA CATTLE BULL SALE CATALOG
To ring in the new year The Showtimes held a special 2021 New Year’s Eve Video Show! It premiered on Facebook on December 31, 2020, but you can view it online now at theshowtimesmagazine.com! The one of a kind event brought our industry together with interviews from the Sullivan Family and Wade Rodgers! Other industry leaders featured include Skyler Scotten, Greg and Pearl Walthall, Dillon Brock, Ben Spencer, Beau Ann Graves, the Collins Family, Cindy, Charles and Heidi Anderson, Ryan Rash, Bobby Maddox and the Hoge Family! The video concluded with an exclusive First Look of the new National Western Stock Show Stockyards Event Center with President and CEO Paul Andrews! We finally debuted our new Jan/Feb 2021 Stock Show Edition and our new cover featuring Worth The Wait of Rodgers Bulls! THE SHOWTIMES 2021 NEW YEAR’S EVE SPECIAL VIDEO ON FACEBOOK
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The Showtimes is honored to be the official media partner of Cowgirls in Cowtown Junior Heifer Show! This exciting show will be held in Fort Worth, Texas January 20-24, 2021!
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The Showtimes enjoyed working with Dave Duello and the partners of the Western Elite on the design and production of their 2021 Catalog. View it online today on The Showtimes Blog!
We are already gearing up for our March/April 2021 Sire Edition! This issue will feature all of the new sires and will go to Houston, OYE and the Spring Jackpots! A full page color ad is $595. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Betty Reid at 303.579.4032 to reserve your ad!
FIRST LOOK AT THE NEWNWSS STOCKYARDS EVENT CENTER
On December 15, 2020 The Showtimes had the opportunity to meet with the National Western Stock Show’s President and CEO Paul Andrews! In addition to our interview, he walked us through the new National Western Stock Show’s Stockyards Event Center that is currently under construction in Denver! We were the first to see the new show arena and auction arena it what was formerly the Pepsi Arena in the yards. You don’t want to miss our new exclusive video! Watch it online at theshowtimesmagazine.com today. This exciting new facility will debut along with the new yards in January 2022!
On Wednesday, November 4th the livestock industry lost a legacy and our family lost a loyal friend who we loved dearly. Showtimes Hall of Fame member, Loren Broad, had our backs since we were little and he and his wife Maureen ran the Colorado/Wyoming Sullivan Supply trailer. We hosted seven Blackouts - he would always beat us to the show to setup and be the last one we hugged goodbye as we left. His work ethic, knowledge of livestock and his loyalty is unmatched. He will be dearly missed and forever a part of who we are. LOREN BROAD
The livestock industry lost one of the original great photographers and Showtimes Hall of Fame Member, Mark Sneed on Monday, December 28th. Mark Sneed was born and raised in Ewing, Illinois on a 1,700 acre farming and livestock operation. A strong work ethic was instilled in Mark at an early age, and was further encouraged through the death of his father when Mark was 12 years old. Mark’s family was continuously involved in the 4-H program for over 40 consecutive years. Mark’s interest was particularly strong in the cattle aspects of the livestock industry. He spent many years and miles on the road with his 4-H projects attending shows across the country. Mark had the honor of exhibiting the Grand Champion Steer at the North American International Livestock Exhibition (NAILE) in 1983, 1984, and 1985 and also the Grand Champion Steer at the American Royal in 1986. This was a particularly proud moment for Mark, as he only fed one steer per year. After high school, Mark attended Rendlake Jr. College and continued his education at Southern Illinois University majoring in Agricultural Education and Mechanization with a minors in Animal Science and Computer Programming. While in college, Mark was named High Overall Individual at the Midsouth Livestock Judging Contest. Mark owned a professional fitting service for four years after college and then
moved into a district manager sales position with Vigortone Chemical Company. With Vigortone, Mark covered 18 counties and a million and a half dollars in sales per year. After Vigortone, Mark was employed with Golden Harvest Seed Company for the next six years. While selling chemicals, Mark still remained close with the livestock industry and realized his heart was truly in the cattle sector of livestock. With that, he moved to Ohio to start a cattle order buying position. It was while in this position, Mark realized that one of the most important marketing tools was photography and internet tools. This sparked Mark’s idea of starting his own livestock marketing company. In 2003, Mark went to Denver to start his professional career as a livestock marketer through photography at the National Western Stock Show. Word of mouth spread and his business got busy. As many in the cattle livestock industry know, Mark’s name has been seen on many of the top operation’s photographs throughout the country. Mark Sneed is a household name in the cattle industry we all know and love, whether people knew him personally or have just seen his name under a beautiful photograph, he is recognized. His work was tremendous and he took great pride in putting out the best there is in livestock marketing through photographs and videos. Mark will be missed by many.
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In the next few pages – here is the story of Jimmy and his family – in pictures.
Jimmy and Cheryl Jimmy Linthicum Sr. judged Supreme Champion Junior Heifer at the 2020 American Royal in Kansas City. Many junior exhibitors were meeting, or seeing Jimmy judge, and his daughter Cheryl give his reasons, for the very first time. Jimmy’s been around the world… literally and figuratively, judging shows and raising cattle for over 60 years. More than 450 with Cheryl, and Cheryl another 400 on her own.
Young JCL Ellsworth, Jimmy, Dr. Joy, Hilda and Sherry Linthicum. Jimmy was raised by Ellsworth (Linky) and Hilda Linthicum of Dayton, Maryland. He was the eldest of 3, and his sisters Joy and Sherry were all active children.
When Jimmy was 18 months old, he was sickened by meningitis. He was blessed to survive, but he lost his hearing. That is where the “never give up” attitude came from. His parents and his family saw him through. Jimmy attended the Rinehart School for the deaf from age 5 through the 6th grade. He came back to go through public junior and high school, placed in the same class with his sister Joy. Jimmy’s father, Ellsworth, raised cattle and founded the Howard County Beef Club. He got Jimmy started, and soon, others were coaching Jimmy. Jimmy started slow… his first steers were not the winners, but within a few years, he exhibited numerous county and state level champions. The early years – JCL Polled Herefords
1963 - Get of sire – JFG Silver Mischief, HAB Silver Mischief and A September and two November calves.
Grand Champion Polled Hereford female, Left to right, Joe Lewis of Alfalfa Lawn Farms, judge, American Hereford representative, Bettye Linthicum, Jimmy, Sr. The heifer was purchased from Jim and Faye Gill, of Coleman, Texas.
HAB Victor Mischief... 1962 National Grand Champion Polled Hereford Bull. $102,000 (Left to right: BC Rogers – new owner, Otis Smith – semen interest owner, Gene Schubert, manager, Rogers Farms – TJ Atkins, Manager of Potomac Valley Farms.) JCL was given ½ interest in Victor Mischief to feed, fit and show the bull. Jimmy was 21. He wasn’t very tall, but to get him into the hotel where he sold, was a challenge. The doorway had to be cut out... the bull was too wide to make it through. The American Hereford Association graciously paid for the reconstruction of a new doorway.
A celebration, wrapping up a day with champions, and premier exhibitor – Keystone in Pennsylvania. One of the few times you would fine Jimmy on horseback! A growing family, a growing program After running a fitting service, with as many as 75 head in two showbarns, JCL began breeding Limousin cattle in the late 1970s. That coincided with the family’s move from Linthicum Road, in Dayton, Maryland, to a fresh start in Welch, Oklahoma.
Champion Charolais produce of dam, exhibited by JCL. Left to right, Kim Baford, Dennis Stockdale, and Jimmy, Sr. The Limousin herd peaked about about 150 mother cows, and the original herd was dispersed in 2000. Bettye Lou, Jimmy’s first wife passed away, and JCL and Regina would begin a small herd of Limousin cattle – including show heifers exhibited by Grandchildren Linden and Jaden.
JCL wakes up every day loving what he does. He still gets as excited for a win. With Judge Jim Gilooly. 1996.
In the makeup ring at Denver, celebrating the win of Candy Girl, shown by Jaden Linthicum. Left to right… JCL, Cole Atkinson, and Lyndsey Blakely.
Champion Limousin bull and JCL – 2017
Linden Faith Linden and one of her favorite heifers – Cinammon. Supreme Champion female at the 2107 Tulsa state fair. Taylor Fields, Regina Linthicum, Chance Myers, Cole Atkinson, Linden Linthicum and JCL. From 1978 to 2017, Linthicum children and grandchildren would exhibit 12 junior national grand and reserve grand champions in the Limousin breed.
While the Red Angus herd is a new beginning for JCL, it marks Jimmy’s adaptability, and his willingness to tackle a “fresh start”. Just 3 years into breeding Red Angus, the program is beginning to shape.
TMAS Crown Royal – 2017 National Grand Champion Limousin Bull - Owned by JCL and bred/co-owned by Thomas Farms, of Maryland. JCL Red Angus
JCL Jackie-O, a winner for Jera J. Johnson – June, 2020.
A first set of Red Angus yearling sale bulls In the showring, the young females at JCL are just seeing their first calves hit the tanbark. 2020 has seen JCL earn premier exhibitor status at the Fort Worth show, and both premier exhibitor and premier breeder at the American Royal in Kansas City.
JCL Red Angus – Premier Exhibitor Fort Worth Stock Show, 2020. This picture includes Jimmy, Sr., Cheryl Linthicum, and Jimmy’s long time friend and cattleman, and Cheryl’s godfather, Gene Hitchcock.
Late in 2016, Cheryl bought JCL’s first Red Angus for her nephew, Jaden to show. “Jade”, the first red angus heifer at JCL, was born Lazy MC Lorin 168D, in Canada. She is shown here in Fort Worth, in 2017. That day, she was reserve grand champion as a calf. Sadly, “Jade” lost half her back foot in an accident, but thanks to OSU, Dr. Tyler and some TLC, she remains a productive cow for JCL. Her daughter, granddaughters, and sons can be found at the ranch.
JCL in the showring with JCL Dayton, American Royal - 2020
Premier Breeder and Premier Exhibitor – KC 2020. So many friends and customers made the day a great one. Left to right, Jordan Vanderburg, Bill Jackson, Mendy Detherage, Regina, Jimmy, Sr. and Cheryl Linthicum, Drew Wright, Jera and Jaden Johnson, Nancy Bowling, Shelby Skinner and Derek Grigsby.
JCL tails in Jera Johnson and JCL Jackie-O – June, 2020
Jade as a cow, with her first natural calf, JCL Jackie. Both are now donors in the JCL Red Angus herd.
Cheryl judging the National Jr. Hereford Heifer show – Indianapolis, Indiana – 2009
In August of 2020, Drew Wright joined JCL to be the first young herdsman for JCL Red Angus. Drew Wright and JCL.
A fistbump of congratulations for every breed champion winner at the 2020 American Royal, with Jill McConnell . Today, JCL has 2 major goals: 1) Breed the best Red Angus cattle possible – for the real world and the showring, 2) help young people (and other breeders) to succeed. Jimmy, Sr. (JCL) and Cheryl started working together when Cheryl was just 11. Today, they have judged all over the US , Canada, Mexico and Australia, and Cheryl has also judged on her own. JCL and Cheryl are back in the ring again, and will be judging again at the Cattlemen’s Congress in OKC. JCL and Cheryl Judging Jimmy and Cheryl Judging
Cheryl judging Longhorns on horseback - 2020
A proud Grandpa – JCL joins Linden and Jaden in a hug (2019)
A heartfelt hug for Jera J Johnson, on her win with JCL Jackie-O (2020) Jimmy is always up for some fun
JCL and Cheryl chatting with Mel Gibson, whose cattle were shown that day, in Sydney, Australia. 1992
– especially a water gun fight. With Bryson Pembrooke (2020)
An important angle, when the judge is a cowman. American Royal Supreme Champion Jr. Female - 2020
JCL trimming feet 2019.
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