Grand Champion Lim-Flex Female – Open Show
AUTO Mabelline 267Z
Sire: Connealy Consensus 7229
Dam: MAGS Manuela
Bred by: Pinegar Limousin, MO
Congratulations to Mikah Erin Edwards of New Bloomfield, MO!
Reserve Grand Champion Lim-Flex Female – Open Show
CYWD Zesty 22Z
Sire: CYWD X Games 2X
Dam: CYWD Sugar N Spice
Congratulations to Michaela Fosdick of Chenoa, IL!
8:00 am – National Limousin MOE & Lim-Flex Show – Stadium Arena – Kelly Bruns
8:00 am – ROV Angus Bull Show – Stadium Arena – Jarold Callahan
3:30 pm – Angus Bull Sale – Beef Palace Arena
Make plans to attend the 2014 Angus Night on the Mountain, Wednesday, January 15th at 7:00pm at Spruce Mountain Ranch! Click the photo to view the sale offering and more details!
Stock Show University created an apparel line roughly three years ago to raise proceeds for our Stock Show University clinics, by creating a fashionable line that meets the needs of our industry consumers.
We carry anything from gloves, socks, t-shirts, hoodies, jackets and lots of other fun items. 100% of the proceeds go toward helping put on clinics all over the country as well as aiding in the cost of our two day grad program events.
Stop by and check out our Stock show University Apparel booth in Denver, located in the Stadium. Or check it out online at https://www.sullivansupply.com
The Hereford Youth Foundation of American is would like to thank Gary and Kathy Buchholz of GKB Cattle Company in Waxahachie, TX for donating this outstanding donor prospect! All of the proceeds will go to HYFA and the “Growing a Lasting Legacy” campaign! She sells as Lot 1 of the 2014 Mile High Night Sale in Denver on Friday!
Looks like they used the hose for more than blowing cattle!
Photo shared from Remy Carmichael’s Facebook page, with Call Carmichael & Sarah Johnson
Submitted by Jason Minnaert, Minnaert Show Cattle
Hereford breeders from across the country gathered for a night of fun and fellowship in the Yards! Hereford pride was not hard to find in the Pepsi Arena, breeders shared the reasons why Hereford is their breed of choice! “The White Face is the Best Face” & “Red & White proud” were among the groups remarks!
The Hereford Herdsman Party doubled as a birthday party for Bailey Clanton, National Show Coordinator!! Happy Birthday Bailey!
Matilyn Lautner with Lautner Farms Denver Display Bull, Apollo Creed, bred by Mittag Show Cattle.
Submitted by: Mittag Show Cattle Blog
We knew Matilyn was going to be a very good showman…we just didn’t think it would be so soon!
Hoffman Ranch with Jason Hoffman
Why is it important for you to attend NWSS?
We have seen the rewards of marketing our cattle at the National Western in our bull and female sales. It keeps your name fresh on the industry’s mind.
What is better in your opinion…the hill or the yards?
The yards are more laid back and more commercial, while the hill is where the elite cattle are shown.
What sires are working well in your operation?
Wyarno and Redeem have been working really well for us.
Can you comment on how the Hereford breed has changed?
It has come farther than any other breed, and we have balance between the bulls and females. With the benefits of breeding Hereford bulls to black animals being so high, Herefords will be around for a lot longer.
What does the future of the Hereford breed look like?
The future is in the junior side of things. The junior association gets stronger each year and that spells good things for our breed.
Hoffman Ranch will have their 2nd Annual Bull sale on February 21, 2014! They will be offering 160 bulls, predominately Hereford with a few Angus. 100 will be yearling bulls and 60 will be 18-24 month old bulls! Click the photo below to view the sale offering!
Thank you to Jason Hoffman for taking time to let us interview him here at the National Western!