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AMERICAN ANGUS ASSOCIATION
KANSAS CITY, Missouri (April 8, 2021) – The American Shorthorn Association Board of Directors met to discuss the Shorthorn breed participation at the 2022 Cattlemen’s Congress and 2022 National Western Livestock Show. The Board of Directors unanimously approved the 2021-2022 ASA Point Show System recognizing the 2022 Cattlemen’s Congress as a super national Shorthorn show and the 2022 National Western Livestock Show as a regional show. The approved show system will recognize five regions, each having two regional shows, one super regional show and one national show. Regional Awards for the five regions will use the four shows in each region for point calculations. The American Shorthorn Association will recognize one national show within each region and two super national shows for a total of seven shows used for National Award calculations. “We are excited to announce Cattlemen’s Congress as a super national show for our membership,” said Montie Soules, Executive Secretary/CEO of ASA. “Our new show system expands the available point shows to allow more breeders to exhibit across the country. We look forward to seeing our show participation grow for the 2021-2022 show season.” The complete ASA Point Show System will be announced to our membership in the May/June issue of Shorthorn Country and will be available at shorthorn.org. The announcement will include participating shows for the 2021-2022 show season and point distribution for each show level. American Shorthorn Association : 7607 NW Prairie View Road, Kansas City, MO 64151: Phone 816.599.7777 AMERICAN SHORTHORN ASSOCIATION NALF Board Decides on January 2022 Shows and Events Pertaining to the Cattlemen’s Congress and National Western Stock Show. The NALF board met last week to decide on the breeds attendance and events at the 2022 Cattlemen’s Congress and National Western Stock Show (NWSS). After reviewing exhibitor surveys, attendance levels, income for Genetics NORTH AMERICAN LIMOUSIN FOUNDATION
on Ice and the National Sale, the board has determined that NALF will conduct its annual events, shows and activities at the 2022 Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City, Okla. This will include the annual meeting for NALF, Genetics on Ice Banquet, National Sale, along with a Level 1 MOE show, junior show and pen show in Oklahoma. The following week, NALF will also conduct a Level 2 MOE show at NWSS along with a junior show on the hill. In addition, NALF will conduct a pen and carload show at the 2022 NWSS. Actual date of events are still not determined by each venue, but we expect Cattlemen’s Congress dates will be the first week of January similar to last year. NWSS dates are tentatively planned the following week. Once both venues have confirmed actual show dates and schedules, NALF will share that information to membership. Location Announced for National Gelbvieh & Balancer® Show and Sale. Lincoln, Neb. - The American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) board of directors met March 26-27, 2021, for their spring board meeting where a decision was made about the location of the 2022 National Gelbvieh and Balancer® Show and Sale. Following the AGA National Show Committee’s recommendation, the AGA board voted to hold the 2022 National Gelbvieh and Balancer Show and Sale at the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City. Exhibitor feedback and show accommodations were taken into consideration during this discussion. Cattlemen’s Congress will be the location of the 2022 National Gelbvieh and Balancer Show and Sale, along with a junior show and pen show. The AGA will share more information and schedules with its membership as it becomes available. AMERICAN GELBVIEH ASSOCIATION American Chianina Association announces plans for January 2022 Shows and Events. AMERICAN CHIANINA ASSOCIATION
Dear Angus Breeders:
It was a busy and productive week for the board of directors. After several weeks of committee meetings, we were able to spend time thinking strategically and focus on the future of the Angus breed. • January shows: The Events and Education Committee approved both the Cattlemen’s Congress and National Western Stock Show as Super ROV shows in 2022. Pen shows will be held in both locations. The American Angus Association will host the 2022 National Bull Sale at Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City. Thank you for your interest and feedback on these important topics for the Angus breed. Feel free to reach out to me or any member of the board with your questions.
David Dal Porto President American Angus Association
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A decision has been made on the recognition of national shows for January 2022. The American Hereford Association (AHA) Board of Directors met this week during their spring board meeting to make a decision about recognition levels of the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City, Okla. and National Western Stock Show (NWSS) in Denver, Colo. The AHA Board voted to host the 2022 National Show and National Hereford Sale during the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City. The shows and exhibitor surveys were all taken into consideration during this decision. It was decided that Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City will host the 2022 National Show and National Hereford Sale, junior show and pen show. Following Cattlemen’s Congress, AHA will recognize the NWSS as a Regional Point Show. The AHA will share more information and schedules with its membership and interested parties once both venues have been notified and establish final changes. AMERICAN HEREFORD ASSOCIATION
Red Angus Announces Plans for 2022 National Red Angus Show. DENVER – The Red Angus Association of America board of directors voted to hold the 2022 National Red Angus Open and Pen Shows at the Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City. This decision comes at the recommendation of the RAAA Show & Sale Committee after soliciting significant feedback from Red Angus exhibitors and breeders. A regional junior show will also be hosted in Oklahoma City. Similarly, a regional junior, pen and open show will be hosted at the National Western Stock Show moving forward. Exhibitors and interested members should visit RedAngus.org for more information regarding show schedule, fees and other details as they become available in the coming months. The Red Angus Association of America serves the beef industry by enhancing and promoting the measurable advantages of Red Angus and Red Angus-influenced cattle. The RAAA provides commercial producers with objectively described cattle by implementing new technologies and utilizing scientifically sound principles that quantify traits of economic importance to beef producers in all segments of the beef industry. For more information, visit www. RedAngus.org. RED ANGUS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Platt City, MO - April 13, 2021 - The American Chianina Association Board of Directors met for its spring meeting last week. Among discussion were plans for events in January 2022 pertaining to the Cattlemen’s Congress and the National Western Stock Show. The ACA board of directors approved the Cattlemen’s Congress and the National Western Stock Show as American Chianina Association All-American Pint Shows for both the open and junior Chianina and Chiangus shows. The American Chianina Association -C- The Difference National Sale will continue to be held at the Cattlemen’s Congress. Actual event dates have not been deteremined by each venue, but once both shows have confirmed actual show dates and schedules, the ACA will share this information with the membership.
AMERICAN MAINE- ANJOU ASSOCIATION
For immediate Release:
The American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) Board of Directors met on April 14, via zoom, for a special congerence call to discuss association plans for 2022. By board vote, the following decision were made: - The AMAA will add the 2022 Cattlemen’s Congress to the AMAA’s national shows designation. The shows included in this designation are American Royal, Kansas City, Mo., North American international Livestock Expo, Louisville, Ky., Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, Okla., National Western Stock Show, Denver, Colo. and Fort Worth Stock Show, Fort Worth, Texas. - Pen shows will be offered at both the Cattlemen’s Congress and National Western Stock Show. Junior and Open Shows are offered at all national shows. - The 2022 Bright Lights Maine-Anjou Sale will be held in conjunction with the Cattlemen’s Congress, Oklahoma City, Okla. Hotel blocks, judge information and deadlines will be made available in the coming weeks. Please watch the AMAA website and social media outlets for more information.
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(1) KristenMassingill Hamilton, TX
Kristen grew up raising and exhibiting red angus cattle and steers in Texas with her family. Kristen will finish up at Connors State College with a degree in Animal Science. (2) Logan Jackson Eastland, TX Logan grew up showing and raising sheep competitively across the nation and exhibited the grand champion market lamb at the American Royal, NAILE, and State Fair of Texas. Logan will finish up at Connors State College with a degree in Animal Science. (3) PaigeMiller Torrington, WY She and her family own and operate M Lazy Heart Ranch/ Miller Cattle and Feedyards- a diversified club calf and feedlot operation. She grew up raising and successfully exhibiting cattle and hogs in arenas on a national level. She graduates from Butler Community College with a degree in Agriculture. (4) Cal Schultz Faribault, MN What started out as a 4-H project, Cal and his family now operate a small show cattle operation. Growing up, Cal showed cattle, sheep and goats competitively at the state and national level. Cal will graduate Butler Community College with a degree in Agriculture. (5) Kyler Vernon Nipomo, CA Growing up with Ag teachers for parents, he was heavily involved with public speaking events and served as a California FFA state officer. However, he and his family’s true passion is raising club lambs in conjunction with operating the western division of High Noon show feed. Kyler finishes Butler Community College with a degree in Agriculture.
1. KristenMasingill 2. Logan Jackson
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3. PaigeMiller 4. Cal Schutlz 5. Kyler Vernon
6. Gunner Crawford 7.MarthaMoenning 8. Katie Kempen 9. Chase Devries 10. Grace Olinger 11. Jacob Johnson
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12. Kylar Lee
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14. Tara Hummel 15 .Kinlie Lewis
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(6) Gunner Crawford Adamstown, MD
Gunner’s family runs a show cattle operation where he has shown heifers competitively on all levels; and has now started to market them nationally. Gunner will graduate this spring with a degree in Agriculture Science from Butler Community College. (7) MarthaMoenning Hayfield, MN Martha is involved with her family raising livestock and crop farming. She is not only active in the American Jr. Simmental Association on the Board of Trustees, but also raises and shows Simmental cattle as well. Martha will graduate Butler Community College with a degree in Agriculture Science. (8) Katie Kempen San Antonio, TX Katie grew up raising Brahman cattle and showing steers in Texas with her family. Katie will finish up at Connors State College with a degree in Animal Science. (9) Chase Devries Fairfield, NE Chase and his family own and operate 3D Southdowns with the recent overall champion ram at the Nebraska State Fair. He serves as President of Collegiate Farm Bureau and will graduate with a degree from Fort Scott Community College in Agriculture (10) Grace Olinger Yampa, CO Grace grew up raising sheep and competitively showed both sheep and hogs. Grace started judging when she was eight and was coached by her dad through 4H. She will graduate NJC with a degree in both Agriculture Education and Animal Science.
(11) Jacob Johnson Brookhaven, MS
Jacob and his family raise Hereford cattle and he will graduate this spring with a degree in Animal Science from Eastern Oklahoma State College. (12) Kylar Lee Burlington, KS Kylar owns and operates KWL Livestock where he specializes in raising sheep and goats. Kylar will graduate this spring with his associates in Agribusiness. (13) Maddie Schroeder Columbia City, IN Maddie Grew up Raising and showing feeder steers and breeding cattle and came from an extremely competitive high school program out of Indiana. Maddie will finish up at Connors State College with a degree in Animal Science. (14) Tara assists with her family’s operation, Hummel Livestock, a competitive show goat operation. Tara will graduate from Lake Land College with an Ag Transfer degree and major later on in Animal Science. (15) Kinlie Lewis Iliff, CO Kinlie and her family run around 300 head of Angus and Limousin cows and sell bulls and heifers. Kinlie will graduate NJC with a degree in Ag Business. Tara Hummel Canbry, IL
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BY: EMMA YOCHUM
t’s the most wonderful time of the year- Junior National Season! Well, for our family, really any show season is the best time of the year. The Showtimes asked us to tell a little about our operation and how we are involved in the show industry and we are happy to share. We (Dad, Mom, myself, and my brother, Connor) live in Hillsboro, Ohio. We have a small herd of Maine-Anjou-based cattle. We sell our calves private treaty in the spring and online in the fall for the past 20 years. We have sold cattle all over the U.S., and love staying in contact with our customers and seeing their success. We also raise soybeans and hay while both my parents work full-time off-the-farm jobs. My dad is an auctioneer (who during Ohio Beef Expo usually has to run from the breed sales he works to the show ring to watch Connor and I in showmanship!), and my mom teaches high school science. My mom comes from a horse showing background (and is a former Miss Rodeo Ohio!), while dad grew up showing steers. Connor and I have convinced them showing heifers is the way to go. I am currently an 8th grader at Hillsboro Middle School. Besides showing, I am a cheerleader and involved with the National Junior Honor Society. Connor is a 5th- grade student at Hillsboro Elementary and loves playing baseball in the spring and the fall. Connor and I show Maine-Anjou and Chianina cattle at the local, state, and National levels. We both began showing when we were about five years old. My favorite show is Maine/Chi Junior Nationals,
where I served as National Maine-Anjou Princess in 2019-2020. My future goal is to become a member of the Junior Board and wear that blue jacket. Connor’s favorite show is the Ohio State Fair, but we both agree we loved the new Cattleman’s Congress. We both show other species at our county fair. I show market lambs, and Connor is going back to showing market hogs. We are both very competitive and work hard, but we cheer each other on. Don’t get me wrong, we can have some epic barn battles, but when one of us hits a goal we have or gets a banner, we are super excited. My favorite memory in the ring is a toss up between two events. Winning the Ohio State Fair MaineTainer show in 2018 was incredible. But I love showmanship, so placing 3rd overall last year at Junior Nationals was pretty amazing too! Connor says his favorite moment was winning a division at Junior Nationals. We all laughed as he went to shake hands with Dr. Duello. Connor just had pins removed from his arm and was in a sling, and Dr. Duello was on the microphone giving reasons, so it took them a minute to figure out how to shake! Our farm also keeps life interesting for us. A few years ago, in November, my show heifer, Anna, got out and decided to explore. This usually would not have been a big deal, but she wandered onto our pool deck and tried to walk on the pool cover. She, of course, ended up swimming, but we managed to pull her out! We did have to repair the pool, but man, that cold chlorine water sure made her hair pop! Those who know us understand these crazy things happen ALL THE TIME! Mom is very active in the Ohio shows. Seven years ago, she and Lindsay Bennet started the Southern Ohio Showdown. It is a nine-show fall feeder calf circuit. Each year the participation has been increasing. Last year, the Southern Ohio Showdown, with help from their generous sponsor, awarded over $40,000 worth of end-of- the year prizes. Awarding prizes is Mom's favorite part of putting on a show series! She starts buying awards in February for the November banquet. “At the January meeting of our shows, I remind the committees
Southern Ohio Showdown that Shannon runs!
Chip auctioneering at the AJMAA Herdsman's Gathering!
Emma, Chip, Shannon, and Connor Yochum.
Shannon giving Connor advice at a Showdown show.
that these shows are all about the kids-so make them amazing!” she says. The shows have showmanship, a fitting contest one weekend, a skillathon contest, and she is always looking to add surprises. Since the nine shows occur over eight weekends, her “volunteer” job becomes a family project, but the shows are fun and give all Ohio kids extra chances to show. If you ask Mom, she looks to leaders like Lindsey Broek of the AJMAA and the Reid family, who ran the popular Blackout shows, for inspiration to make shows great for kids. In addition to the Southern Ohio Showdown, Mom coordinated prizes for the Ohio Youth Livestock Expo. Currently, she is working with Katie Cull (of the Ohio Junior Shorthorn Association ) to host the Ohio Preview Show. This show in early May will have Shorthorn, Maine-Anjou, and Chianina exhibitors showing their cattle in preparation for Junior Nationals this summer. As if that wasn't enough to keep her busy, she is helping the Ohio State Fair update prizes/ Obviously, mom doesn’t know how to say “No” to helping kids and shows. Our lives seem to go in show circuit seasons, but we wouldn’t want it any other way. Show life is the best life, whether helping to put on a show or getting to show in one! If you are ever in Southern Ohio, swing on by and stop for a visit--who knows, you may see show heifers going for a swim! •
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