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WE’REREADYFOR THE2021 STATE FAIRS! STATE FAIR TIME!

Charles and Heidi Anderson of Legacy Livestock Imaging as our new Hall of Fame Inductees! You won’t want to miss their article starting on page 72! You will also find Faces and Places from Maine/Chi, Simmental, Hereford, Shorthorn and Limousin Junior Nationals! This issue brings you Show Results from 40 shows nationwide! Read our feature on the Stapleton Brothers from Illinois on page 357! This issue is packed with Pasture Sales! Be sure to view our Showtimes Sale Directory starting on page 500! As I am writing this, we are wrapping up our August issue to send it off to the printer. Shortly after it will go Online. Then, we are off to Abilene, Texas to cover Show Steer Junior Nationals. This August we will be hitting the State Fairs! We look forward to seeing you at the shows! Best of luck to everyone at the State Fairs! We hope you enjoy this issue! It is definitely one of our favorites! Brian J. Reid, Owner/Editor

The Showtimes August 2021 State Fair Edition has arrived! This is the one issue everyone looks forward to each year. It seems like we are always working on what goes in this issue months before it goes to print. This has been a fun one to put together. We can’t wait to take this issue to the State Fairs across the country this August! It has been a crazy busy Summer for us! We kicked off our new tour in Chickasha, Oklahoma for the Maine/Chi Junior National. From there, we traveled to Grand Island, Nebraska for the AJSA National Classic and then finished our heifer coverage with a trip to Kansas City, Missouri for the JNHE! It was amazing visiting with everyone at the shows. Every page, every dot, every line, every photo has been tweaked to make it just right. We really tried to make every ad we designed cool and unique. It seems like we’ve put more detail into this one issue than any other I can remember. This issue features

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The Showtimes is looking forward to covering the 2021 Show Steer Junior Nationals as their official media partner! Look for coverage, photos and a new Show Center Video online at theshowtimesmagazine.com, Facebook and Instagram! #TexasIsShowtimes SHOW STEER JUNIOR NATIONALS MEDIA PARTNER

Blackout Jackpot 8 will be held March 18-20, 2022 at The Ranch in Loveland, Colorado! It will be held with the Green & Gold Showdown as a two ring steer and heifer show. We look forward to working with Kyndal Reitzenstein and the CSU Livestock Judging Team on this event! Dan and Mark Hoge will be judging the Heifers and Dave Duello will be sorting the Steers and Market Heifers! Our show is open to the world! Plus, there are no exhibitor age restrictions! So you can show your brother’s calf, or if you have a 6 year old that wants to show... they can! Visit theshowtimesmagazine.com/blackout8 to learn more about our event! BLACKOUT JACKPOT 8 MARCH 18-20, 2022

SHOW CENTER RETURNS

The Showtimes popular Show Center returns with three new episodes from Chickasha, Grand Island and Kansas City! Plus, look for new episodes from Abilene and August State Fairs!

AMERICAN ROYAL LIVESTOCK SPONSOR

The Showtimes is excited to be a Livestock Sponsor of the 2021 American Royal in Kansas City! Look for full covereage this Fall! 2022 NATIONAL WESTERN LIVESTOCK MEDIA PARTNER The Showtimes is excited to be a livestock media partner of the 2022 National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado!

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SEPT/OCT 2021 FALL EDITION

The Showtimes Sept/Oct 2021 Fall Edition is next! Don’t miss your opportunity to advertise in the issue that will go to Aksarben, Tulsa State Fair, KILE, NILE and the American Royal! Advertising deadline is September 5th! Please email theshowtimes@yahoo.com or call Betty at 303.579.4032 to reserve your ad today!

ANGUS 5 K RUN

Amanda Raithel and the NJAS organized a fantastic 5K this past July! Thank you to Herbster Angus Farms, Linz Heritage Angus and A&B Cattle for sponsoring the event. It is always fun to do something

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The Showtimes and Cover-All Signs recently introduced these custom made show signs that feature lights! Contact us at theshowtimes@yahoo.com to have one made for your show or event!

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The Showtimes will be awarding custom Tres Rios Silver Belt Buckles to top 5 Market Steers and Breeding Heifers as well as the Top 3 Market Heifers in their 4-H Show! We will also be awarding the Grand and Reserve Market Animals and the Top 2 Breeding Heifers at the Indiana State Fair with custom Belt Buckles! #IowaIsShowtimes #IndianaIsShowtimes IOWA & INDIANA STATE FAIR SHOWTIMES BELT BUCKLES

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We love when you cover a show!! CHRIS ANDSHAREE SANKEY Chris and I want to thank you and your family for honoring us and putting us in The Showtimes Hall of Fame! ...We are deeply humbled!!! Thank you for this awesome honor! We so appreciate it. MIDDLESWARTHRANCH Incredibly honored and proud for being inducted into The Showtimes Hall of Fame! Thank you again Brian, Laurie and Lisa! WARDECKLOFF Thanks for all of your help with the ads!! You always do great work and I appreciate you!! SARA LEARY, HENDERSONCOUNTY FAIR The banners arrived today and they are awesome!!!! Thank you so much! LAURA TAYLOR Congratulations on having a vision and making The Showtimes what it is today. I appreciate you allowing my kids the opportunity to see the business you have built! JBAA ADVISORS& JR. DIRECTORS Thank you so much for all you did to make the 2021 National Junior Braunvieh Show a huge success. The backdrop pictures look great, there were lots of smiles with the banners and stickers...! SHOWTIME CATTLE COMPANY, JEFF& JILL Thank you to my favorite design team for being a sponsor for the 2021 Prime Time Jr. Hereford Show! Everyone loves to receive a “Showtimes banner” and a few of our juniors were fortunate to receive one! Thanks for being a great supporter of the youth & the Ag Industry! We appreciate all that you do!!

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one What is your involvement in the livestock industry? I am the Executive Vice President of the American Maine-Anjou Association. Personally I have owned cattle since my first birthday and currently me and my family have a small registered herd. two What inspired you to become a judge? As a kid it was not a goal of mine to judge livestock shows but that desire grew as I competed in collegiate livestock judging at Connors State College and Oklahoma State University. three What has been your favorite judging experience? That is a tough one, I have been fortunate to judge many of the national shows but one of my favorites is getting to evaluate at the “Judging of the Steer” show in Costa Rica, that was an experience of a lifetime. four What is the best steer you have ever judged? It is hard to pick just one but a few of my favorites are the Champion and Reserve Champion from the 2021 Cattlemen’s Congress and the 2020 Denver Champion.

five What will be your approach to judging the Steer Show at the 2021 Indiana State Fair? I don’t know if it will be anything different than how as I always look at Market Steers. I like fresh powerful steers, that are good looking and come to the ground on a flexible set of feet and legs. six What are you looking forward to the most at the Indiana State Fair? Getting the chance to work with junior exhibitors is always a blessing, and getting to do that at one of the historically elite state fairs is just icing on the cake! seven If you could give one piece of advice, what would it be? Every steer will get a good honest look from me, bring your “A” game and lets have fun! eight Why is Agriculture and the Livestock Show Industry so important to you? It has been my passion for most of my life and I can’t think of a greater honor than getting to work with the next generation of leaders!

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 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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Charles & Heidi Anderson Legacy Livestock Imaging

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NEW MEMBER AUGUST 2021

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NewShowtimes Hall of FameMembers Charles and Heidi Anderson of Legacy Livestock Imaging share their story!

apturing a legacy isn’t something the Andersons simply do; it is the life they create. From the beginning it’s always been about the story, the people, the why.

of God, Charles and Heidi met at church. What started as a marriage between two people who love each other blossomed into the fusion of two different worlds colliding. Legacy blends Heidi’s creative eye with Charles’ agricultural roots to capture magic. Surrounded by the rolling Flint Hills of Kansas and Shorthorn cattle, Charles was shaped by the livestock industry. As a fourth generation on his family farm, Charles was born and raised on a century farm in Leonardville, Kansas. Growing up, Charles was actively involved in 4-H and FFA exhibiting national champions at Kansas State Fair, the National Western, American Royal and Louisville. Alongside his parents and brother, Ivan, Charles and Anderson farms raised quality shorthorns that sold nationwide and now raise limousine cattle. Cattle was and still is a family endeavor for Charles. Much like most of yours, Charles’ story is rooted in tradition and legacy. Heidi grew up a military kid being the daughter of a Lutheran pastor who also served as a Colonel in the United States Air Force. Growing up on Air Force bases around the country, she was exposed to unique perspectives, grand adventure and a variety of people. Heidi experienced life behind the lens as a kid and fell in love with photography. You could seldom find Heidi without a camera in hand. After 15 years of dancing as a kid, naturally Heidi turned to photographing

Charles and Heidi Anderson, founders of Legacy Livestock Imaging, have been photographing livestock shows across the country for

over a decade. Every year, the Legacy team photographs 30-40 shows from junior nationals and majors to state fairs

and county progress shows. With the help of more than 40 professional photographers who span the nation, Legacy commits to sharing each exhibitor’s unique story and highlight their success. Legacy Livestock Imaging was created when a classically trained professional photographer fell in love with a cattleman. A coincidental meeting designed only by the grace

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ballerinas and then portraiture. After meeting Charles, Heidi took her camera ringside to learn what her cattleman’s world was all about. Since 2005, Heidi has been an active participant in the Professional Photographers of America where she has earned a number of national and international awards and had images displayed in many museums including the Smithsonian Museum of Art. Together Charles and Heidi have five kids: Abby, Morgan, Connor, Parker and Lilly. Each of the kids have their unique interests. Abby takes after her mom with a passion for the arts and a wicked eye for photography. Lilly is an elegant dancer and the world’s best ear getter at the backdrop. Connor grew up with a passion for agriculture showing cows and pigs. Parker is always on the go playing a slew of instruments, being an Eagle Scout and a high key super genius. Morgan is a dancer, showman and spitfire all rolled into one. Since starting her

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The agriculture story encompasses so much more than just what happens in the ring, which is why some of Heidi’s favorite shoots happen on the farm. On farm marketing shoots allows Legacy to tell the visual story of an operation from start to finish. From the barns that have homesteaded operations to the wrinkles of delicate hands tending to a calf, each piece of the puzzle is captured to tell a unique ag story. Legacy isn’t a photography company; it’s a story telling machine. With each click of the shutter, photographs are intentionally crafted to generate connection, cultivate emotion and capture precious memories. While Charles and Heidi are photographers, they also are some of this industry’s loudest cheerleaders and these exhibitors’ biggest supporters. Legacy isn’t something you leave, it’s something you create. •

show career in 2014, Morgan has found great success, most recently winning Grand Champion Purebred Limousin Heifer at the inaugural Cattlemen’s Congress and built a network that will last a lifetime. Legacy is a family affair! As Charles and Heidi watched their own kids grow up, they also were watching their thousands of show kids grow and find success both in and out of the ring. Whether success is met with a champion slap or helping hand and consoling hug, Legacy captures moments. While show photos are the main emphasis of Legacy, Heidi still taps into her roots as a portrait photographer. Weddings, seniors and family sessions continue the way Legacy tells stories. Photographing clients isn’t just about taking a picture, it’s about representing the relationships, the heritage and the emotion of the individuals both in and out of the ring.

Kent Habeger March 2009

Randy Daniel September 2010

Matt Lautner March 2012

Ky Stierwalt March 2009

John Sullivan January 2011

Mike Hartman May 2012

James & Nick Sullivan July 2012

JimWilliams July 2009

Bob May March 2011

Phil Lautner July 2009

Schnoor Sisters May 2011

Dave Guyer September 2012

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Wayne Colette September 2009

Bo Sanders November 2012

Dan Hoge August 2011

Jack Ward January 2013

Steve Bonham January 2010

American Royal October 2011

Christy Collins March 2010

Caldwell Family March 2013

Bauman Family November 2011

Kirk Stierwalt July 2010

Willoughby Family March 2013

Mark Sneed January 2012

Winegardner Family May 2013

Nick Reimann May 2014

Jason Hoffman May 2015

Ron & Becky Thompson July 2013

Pearl Walthall May 2014

Baylor Bonham July 2015

Bailey Buck July 2015

Faber Family September 2013

Brock May July 2014

Eugene Ritchey November 2013

Deb Miller September 2014

Don Greiman September 2015

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John & Jeannie Griswold July 2015

Robert Funk January 2014

Cherry Knoll Farm November 2014

Jensen Family January 2016

Tracy Goretska January 2015

Scott Schaake January 2014

Horn Family March 2016

Mark & Deb Core March 2014

Brandon Callis March 2015

Gib Yardley March 2014

Stewart Family May 2016

Kyla Fawcett May 2015

Kendall Bremer July 2016

Loren & Maureen Broad March 2017

Mikala Grady January 2018

Maddy Udell July 2016

Lindsey Broek May 2017

Aegerter Family March 2018

Jerrod Arthur July 2016

Amy Cowan May 2017

Chadwick Folger May 2018

Cindy Cagwin-Johnston September 2016

Wade Rodgers August 2017

Walker Family May 2018

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Steve Gabel January 2017

Travis and Jill Otterstad January 2017

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Charles W. Herbster November 2017

Terri Barber March 2017

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Jack Ragsdale November 2018

Jerry McPeak November 2019

Elmore Family January 2020

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Kassidy Bremer January 2020

Allan Family January 2019

Jirl & Brenda Buck Buck Cattle Co. March 2020

Mark Hoge March 2019

Kent Jaecke May 2019

Effling Family May 2020

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Blake Nelson August 2019

Linde Sutherly August 2020

Clanton Family September 2019

Schrag Family August 2020

Matt Gunderson November 2019

Lazy JB Angus September 2020

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Ashley & Jessie Judge September 2020

Graham Blagg January 2021

Parke & Hatmaker Family November 2020

Middleswarth Family May 2021

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