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									               C en t ral Oreg o n L i v est o ck A uc t io n - Madras, OR

       STOCKMAN’S JOURNAL
                   Working for the United Cattleman.                                                         Volume 14, Issue 1 - January 13, 2012



                                       would be 60 days ahead of nor-
                                       mal, and probably 150# short of      Central Oregon Livestock Auction Market Report
                                       projected gains. Four, five and                                brought to you by:
                                       six weight cattle will pick up
                                       momentum in February mostly
                                       because they will be changing         Miller Oil Inc. - Prineville & Paisley, OR
                                       their    destination     to    the
                                       Columbia      basin,    and    the      December 12 , 2011                                 1347 head
                                       Willamette Valley. Butcher cows
                                       are starting to strengthen. Most       Baby calves $
                                       are fetching between 55 & 65
                                       and the seventies are on the           Steers -                                Heifers -
                                       immediate horizon. Boxed beef          200-300#   $na                          200-300#    $na
                                       was a dollar cheaper this week,        300-400#   $141-155                     300-400#    $130-142
                                       and packers are still reporting        400-500#   $150-160                     400-500#    $130-141
     Take a deep seat and a short      red ink. Obviously we are reap-        500-600#   $148-158                     500-600#    $118-126
 rein! Feeder markets have trav-       ing the benefits of overseas trade     600-700#   $126-137                     600-700#    $110-121
 eled into unprecedented levels.       due to the exchange rate. Take         700-800#   $120-125                     700-800#    $107-117
 The CME has allowed this              advantage of the market ladies         800-900#   $110-120
 change, but supply, condition,        and gentlemen. A significant                                                   Heiferettes
 and natural programs have been        health scare or an increase in         Bulls         AVE      TOP              1000# & down $ 92-102
 the major catalyst. Recent video      the value of the dollar could          High yield. $ 75       79               1000# & up $ 80-92
 and live auctions have produced       drastically change the market.         Mostly      $ 69       72
 receipts well into the 1.60s                                                 Thinner     $ 60       68               Butcher Cows AVE               TOP
 weighing as much as 700#! The         Buy the best bulls you can possi-                                              High yield.  $ 65              69
 light calibers of grass cattle        bly afford this year! Stick with       Pairs                                   Fleshy       $ 58              62
 have shown a lack luster of           quality, and buy em' Just Buy          Full Mouth Vacc $ na                    Med. Flesh   $ 52              58
 demand due to drought condi-          Em!                                    Broken Mouth Vacc $ na                  Thin Older   $ 40              50
 tions in California. If they don't
 get a shot of rain by Feb 1st                                                The dressed equivalent is as
 they'll start shipping cattle. This                   Trent                  follows:                                Cows = 1.05 fob Madras
 event would be disastrous. It                                                  Bulls = 1.20 fob Madras



                                                                            Dale Bender – Culver                      Art Decker – Kent
       Sign up for FREE weekly market reports                               B 2000         70.00                      S 533          153.00
               delivered to your inbox at                                                                             S 613          154.00
                                                                            Tom Blanchard – Redmond                   S 615          153.50
        CentralOregonLivestockAuction.com                                   B 1530        74.50                       H 493          142.00
        Also receive special sale updates and                                                                         H 553          134.00
       online version of Stockman’s Journal the                             James Linn – Redmond
                                                                            H 1090        100.00                      Bob Helms – Spray
                 day it goes to press!
                                                                            S 1330        98.00                       S 535         155.00
                                                                                                                      S 495         150.00
                  ACTUAL RECEIPTS                                           Scott Runnels – Silver Lake               H 533         133.00
                                                                            C 1115          62.50                     H 631         134.00
January 9 - Feeder Sale                Aaron Curtis – Hood River            H 1005          75.00
                                       H 1320         86.00                 C 1140          57.550                    Greg Bedortha – Paulina
James Crocker – Terrebonne             H 1310         90.50                 H 1140          88.50                     S 616          154.00
C 1495         69.25                                                        H 1022          85.50                     S 587          152.00
                                       Miguel Gamboa – Madras               H 1023          80.00                     S 657          153.50
Antonio Lopez – Redmond                C 1510       71.00                   H 1132          80.00                     S 648          153.00
B 2025        75.00                                                         B 1983          76.00                     H 559          135.00
B 1365        70.00                    Bailey Anderson – Madas              B 2201          75.00                     H 649          134.00
                                       C 1590         65.50                 B 2125          75.00                     H 710          127.50
Maple Lake – Madras                    C 1585         63.75                 B 2180          74.50                     H 561          131.00
B 2065        78.00                                                         B 2305          76.50
B 1955        75.00                                                         B 2110          73.00                                     continued on page 3



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                         THE GROUND BLIZZARD
    I looked at my schedule for the first week in December;
Jamestown, ND, Denver, CO, Laramie, WY and Springfield,
OH. I asked my secretary why she couldn’t book me in
                                                                                                              friend Ken of my Wyoming adventure. He lives in Jackson
Victoria, TX or San Diego, CA in the winter? She reminded me
                                                                                                              Hole. He was polite and didn’t poo poo my little story but he
she had booked me in Miami last winter. “Yea,” I said, “Miami,
                                                                                                              put me in perspective.
Manitoba!”
                                                                                                                 Ken is a veterinarian and was out all day one blizzardy day.
     Actually, I don’t worry about traveling in cold weather. It
                                                                                                              His young son sat on the passenger side. In cold country,
would be easier to plan if I could count on global warming, but
                                                                                                              especially in the mountains, the roads are lined with ‘blizzard
it’s just not reliable. Al Gore found that out. You just can’t
                                                                                                              poles’. I’m guessing they are 8 feet high so when the snow
count on it when you need it! Jamestown started out clear and
                                                                                                              pack buries the road you will have a marker to guide you. The
cool but Denver turned frosty. I made it to Laramie behind the
                                                                                                              trick is to keep the blizzard pole on your right. They came to
snowplow. We had a great crowd at the evening show winter
                                                                                                              a particularly windy swell and suddenly even the blizzard poles
doesn’t stop Wyoming cowboys from comin’ to town!
                                                                                                              disappeared! “Keep looking, son!” Ken instructed as he
    Unfortunately, my “Laramie Turnaround” involved leaving
                                                                                                              slowed to keep his grip on the road. Suddenly, right in front of
Laramie at 10:30 pm in 20-degree weather, icy roads and
                                                                                                              them was a pole! “There, Dad, there!” pointed the 8-year old
blowing snow headed for the Denver Airport and a 10:00 am
                                                                                                              navigator. Ken swerved to keep the pole in his right side.
flight. I was driving a rented Chevy sedan with front-wheel
                                                                                                              Before he could sigh with relief, he nosed over into the bar
drive. I could have taken the two-lane Hwy 287 direct to Ft.
                                                                                                              ditch and stopped like a car-crash dummy! The blizzard pole
Collins. Its advantage was that it was downhill all the way but
                                                                                                              was still on his right alright, but the bar ditch was on the left
I chose to stay on the freeway. I counted 3 other passenger
                                                                                                              side of the road!
cars on the highway (two of them pulled off to the side) and an
                                                                                                                 Then he told me of Cody’s story about crawling along in a
estimated 2 million 300 thousand semi’s as I coursed east
                                                                                                              ground blizzard in his UPS truck and seeing a small,
along I-80 toward Cheyenne!
                                                                                                              Volkswagonish vehicle off to the right. It was perpendicular to
   It is only 50 miles from Laramie to Cheyenne but if you flat-
                                                                                                              the road, its nose stuck up against a snow bank, wheels spin-
tened out the 8000 foot passes it’s at least twice that far! I
                                                                                                              ning furiously and throwing up a snow cloud behind it! Cody
drove with confidence and got up to 23 mph once, accidental-
                                                                                                              stopped to watch. The compact car continued to whine.
ly, but the semis maintained steady 40-50 miles per hour. I
                                                                                                              Cody got out and walked around to the left side. The driver
think they calculated the exact speed it took to maintain a
                                                                                                              was behind the wheel, foot on the gas, peering out the wind-
cloud of blowing snow at the roof level of a rented four-door
                                                                                                              shield he thought he was still driving!
Chevy sedan. It took almost two hours to get to Cheyenne and
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another two hours to reach Denver airport. I was regaling my



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a c t u a l                             r e c e i p t s . . .                                             continued from page 1

Pihl Farms – Powell Butte                         Bow & Arrow – Vancouver                            Paul Satterlee – Terrebonne                   John Block – Prineville
C 1350         66.00                              S 607        136.00                                Pair 1840        1185.00                      H 597          131.00
H 1335         85.00                              S 605        135.00                                                                              B 600          129.00
C 1275         67.25                              H 505        139.00                                Charles Price – Sisters
H 1270         88.50                                                                                 S 410           163.00                        Harvey Buche – Molalla
S 562          150.00                             Gordon Tolton – Mitchell                           S 517           141.00                        H 555         136.00
S 714          147.00                             H 542          136.00                              S 813           131.50                        H 660         129.50
S 789          139.50                                                                                                                              S 564         146.00
S 873          135.75                             Anthony Blueback – Warm Springs                    Marie Leehmann – Summer Lake                  S 676         139.00
H 692          135.50                             H 413         138.00                               S 393        166.50                           S 650         102.00
H 751          125.00
H 455          148.50                             Larry Knutz – Powell Butte                         24 Ranch Inc – Summer Lake                    Tim Knuths – Madras
H 598          134.00                             S 736          134.00                              H 330          149.00                         H 1023        97.00
                                                                                                     H 483          146.00
T-Bone Cattle – Culver                            Brad Gohr – Madras                                                                               Harvey Ranch – Paisley
S 532           154.00                            H 687         123.00                                                                             H 315         138.00
S 666           153.50                            S 630         131.00                               John Lawson – Canyon City                     S 355         166.00
S 763           138.00                            H 803         118.50                               S 625                136.00                   H 373         149.50
S 478           165.00                            S 495         159.00                               H 465         144.00                          H 455         146.00
                                                                                                                                                   S 551         147.00
                                                                                                                                                   S 280         137.50

                                                                                            February 10, 2012                                      Charles Maben – Madras
                                                                                                                                                   S 700         107.50
                                                                                            150 Angus & 5 Sim/Angus                                S 473         165.00
                                                                                            18 Months of Age at Turnout                            S 576         151.00
                                                                                          Performance Tested • Semen Tested
                                                                                                                                                   Doug Bibby – Grass Valley
                                                                                                 Ultrasound Scanned                                H 535         133.00
                                                                                                                                                   H 618         127.00
                                                                                                                                                   S 628         147.00
                                                  Look For Sons Of These Bulls Sale Day                                                            H 505         115.00

                                                                                                                                                   Salvador Robles – Redmond
                                                                                                                                                   H 580          127.00
                                                                                                                                                   H 602          131.50
                                         20                                             12                                             20          H 454          137.00
                                        SONS                                           SONS                                           SONS
                                       SELL                                           SELL
                                                                                           !
                                                                                                                                     SELL
                                            !                                                                                             !        Richard Warmington – Fort Rock
            Mytty In Focus                                CAR Efficient 534                           CRA Bextor 872 5205                          S 732         134.00
                                                                                                                                                   S 827         139.00
 CED +14; BW -1.4; YW +99; $W +42.72; $B +55.91   BW -1.0; WW +58; YW +110; $W +36.14; $B +42.94   BW +1.6; WW +52; YW +95; $W +37.69; $B +60.60
                                                                                                                                                   S 920         132.50
  TAG    DOB                  Pedigree            B WT   BEPD    WEPD     YEPD     Milk    CW      Marb    REA      $W      $F      $G      $B
  0198 9/21/10           Bextor x Foresight         80    2.8      63       101     31      26     0.87    0.48    32.27   35.16   39.89   71.35
                                                                                                                                                   H 501         144.00
  0162 9/18/10           Bextor x Foresight         79    3.3      55       100     29      24     0.54    0.53    25.86   37.31   30.87   61.46   H 638         135.00
  0306 9/29/10         Bextor x New Frontier        72    0.0      50        93     25      19     0.78    0.35    29.25   32.16   38.48   65.19
  0502 11/6/10         Bextor x New Frontier        79    1.1      53        89     26      18     0.55    0.45    31.69   27.02   33.35   58.18
                                                                                                                                                   H 730         133.00
  0273 9/27/10       Bismarck x N Design 036        98    4.1      51        98     30      23     0.34    0.46    22.05   36.85   26.86   56.97   H 803         129.00
  0297 9/29/10        Bismarck x Traveler 004       81    1.1      54        96     24      22     0.34    0.37    29.87   33.62   23.32   52.13
  0310 9/30/10       Bismarck x N Design 036        87    2.2      61        96     25      20     0.09    0.25    32.99   30.89   14.04   41.21
  0316 10/1/10        Efficient 534 x Total 410     77    0.0      70       118     31      34     0.45    0.42    35.70   50.19   26.63   64.59   Kathleen Jones – Culver
  0348 10/7/10        Efficient 534 x Total 410     71    1.3      59       110     28      29     0.24    0.22    29.32   46.17   17.65   52.68
  0219 9/22/10        Efficient 534 x Total 410     85    1.5      58       108     30      29     0.35    0.54    29.25   44.45   26.02   61.01   S 535          148.00
  0146 9/16/10          Ironstone x In Focus        77   I+3.1    I+58     I+98    I+21     17     0.69    0.27    27.60   34.08   37.20   63.09   S 655          136.00
  0467 10/28/10         Ironstone x In Focus        77    1.4      60        95     26      10     0.78    0.26    34.35   30.28   37.17   56.81
  0290 9/28/10          Ironstone x In Focus        84    3.0      55        91     24      13     0.52    0.48    28.57   28.23   33.96   55.60   H 625          131.50
  0355 10/8/10          Ironstone x In Focus        76    1.1      55        90     25      12     0.73    0.35    32.60   27.24   37.61   58.07   B 530          137.00
  0270 9/27/10           Mandan x Rito 1I2          91    4.3      59       106     29      37     0.37    0.45    24.52   41.94   19.07   56.22
  0206 9/22/10           Mandan x Rito 6I6          96    3.2      61        99     28      39     0.32    0.42    30.39   33.91   15.70   51.65
  0500 11/5/10           Mandan x Rito 6I6          76    1.5      55        96     26      36     0.43    0.49    30.65   33.23   21.93   57.09   Amber Sullivan – Bend
  0277 9/28/10           Mandan x Rito 6I6          92    3.8      49        90     22      33     0.23    0.46    22.54   29.54   16.98   50.31
  0368 10/11/10      In Focus x Retail Product      81    0.4      57        99     28      24     0.57    0.51    32.31   35.49   33.95   64.43   S 565          145.00
  0498 11/4/10       In Focus x Retail Product      76    0.5      55        97     26      22     0.53    0.28    31.18   34.24   30.29   59.26
  0195 9/21/10       In Focus x Retail Product      64   I+1.3    I+49     I+94    I+24     14     0.55    0.28    26.79   33.56   33.85   57.28
                                                                                                                                                   H 545          132.00
  0137 9/15/10       In Focus x Retail Product      85    1.8      55        93     27      23     0.45    0.38    30.94   30.21   29.81   58.46   H 400          147.00
  0187 9/20/10        Foresight x Neutron 377       90    3.6      64       116     22      37     0.43    0.41    25.10   50.54   24.20   62.88
  0284 9/28/10        Foresight x Neutron 377       91    4.4      59       104     24      36     0.44    0.52    24.18   39.85   26.95   63.45
  0176 9/19/10        Foresight x Neutron 377       76    2.0      57       102     20      31     0.53    0.35    27.71   38.58   25.67   59.71   Gary Bedortha – Paulina
                                                                                                                                                   S 558          147.00
      Your Source for Stout, Muscular Performance Bulls                                                                                            H 378
                                                                                                                                                   H 315
                                                                                                                                                                  130.00
                                                                                                                                                                  148.00
         That HOLD Their Condition. It’s Bred In!                                                                                                  S 605          115.00

                                                                                                                                                   Doug Johnson – Willowdale


  Let’s
                                                                                                                                                   S 380         154.00

                LGW RANCH                                                                                                                          S 459
                                                                                                                                                   S 524
                                                                                                                                                                 165.00
                                                                                                                                                                 155.00

  Go
                                                                                                                                                   S 530         139.50
                 Lon & Sheri Wadekamper                                                                                                            H 417         150.25
                   29899 Country Lane                                                                                                              H 352         150.00

   Work... BULLS Hermiston, Oregon 97838                                                                                                           H 417
                                                                                                                                                   H 493
                                                                                                                                                                 150.25
                                                                                                                                                                 141.00

         Phone or Fax 541-567-3876 today for your sale booklet!                                                                                                    continued on page 4
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NCBA Pre-Convention Tour to
Highlight Nashville History,
Unique Culture — 2012 Cattle
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Industry Convention Underway                                                                                                           pr oducts to C years
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February 1-4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Lawn & - Hay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Garden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bag or
1/12/2012                                live taping on Mon., Jan. 30, will                                                                                                                                                                          Bu
                                         include a catered dinner and give                                                                                                                                                                   Applica lk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tion
WASHINGTON – 2012 Cattle                 participants time to explore the                                                                                                                                                                  & Spre
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  aders
Industry Convention and National         RFD-TV studio.
Cattlemen’s Beef Association               In order to take part in this oppor-
(NCBA) Trade Show participants           tunity, participants must preregister.
can count themselves in for a jam-
packed week. In addition to partici-
                                         Spots will be given out on a first-
                                         come, first-served basis and space is
                                                                                                                                                              MIDSTATE FERTILIZER CO
pating in policy committee meet-         limited. For more information on                                                                                                                   Call Tim at 548-2318
ings, educational events and net-        how to preregister and for a sched-                                                         01022012
                                                                                                                                                            Evergreen, turn south at Swift Steel - follow the signs.
working with thousands of cattle-        ule of the 2012 Cattle Industry
men and women, convention partic-        Convention and NCBA Trade Show,
ipants will also have the opportuni-     visit www.beefusa.org.
ty to learn about the local culture
and history during a pre-convention
agricultural tour on Tues., Jan. 31,
2012.
   NCBA President Bill Donald said
the tour will give convention goers
a one-of-a-kind opportunity to get a
firsthand glimpse of Nashville.
   “Besides having the opportunity
to experience some of Nashville’s
best entertainment, convention par-
ticipants will also have the opportu-
nity to explore the unique history of                                                                                                Mark Your Calendar
the city and its surroundings,”
Donald said. “We want to be able to
provide cattlemen and women with                                    10TH ANNUAL PRODUCTION SALE
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the educational tools they need to
be successful at their operations as
well as give them an opportunity to
learn about a new part of the coun-                                                              Auc tioneer:                                                       Lunch:                                S ale: 1:00 PM
try.”
   The tour, sponsored by SFP and
hosted by Tennessee Beef Council,                                              Over 100 Head Sell: Bulls, Bred Cows & Open Heifers
Tennessee         Department       of
Agriculture and the Tennessee              Guest Consignment
Cattlemen’s Association, includes          from Willie Bovard,                                                                                 Our Customers Make The Difference.
stops at the Tennessee Farmer’s               Othello, WA.
Cooperative; the Stones River
Battlefield National Park; the Dye                                                                                                   Sires Represented:                                                  EPDs as of 11/29/2011
& Ray cattle operation; as well as a
                                                  OCC Emblazon 854E                                                                       Mytty In Focus                                                       SAV Pioneer 7301
guided tour of the Jack Daniels
Distillery. In addition to touring all
these sites, those who register for
the tour will also have the opportu-
nity to be a part of a live taping of
RFD-TV Monday Night Live. The

                                               BW            WW             YW            MILK    $W       $F       $G       $B        BW     WW      YW     MILK     $W       $F       $G       $B           BW       WW    YW     MILK    $W       $F       $G       $B
                                               +.7           +49            +79           +10    +37.97   +18.86   +16.97   +12.49     -1.4   +55     +99    +25     +42.59   +36.28   +27.16   +55.93        +1.8     +60   +113   +32    +33.40   +48.97   +27.47   +61.53

r e c e i p t s .                                 TC Total 410                                                                            S A V Final Answer 0035                                              Dunlouise Cortachy Boy D137

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Hufford Estate – Fort Rock
S 639           155.00
H 613           133.50
H 550           134.00
S 577           155.00                        BW             WW            YW             MILK    $W       $F       $G       $B        BW     WW     YW      MILK     $W       $F       $G       $B           BW       WW    YW     MILK    $W        $F      $G       $B
                                              +3.5           +70           +127           +28    +31.44   +60.11   +39.54   +81.42     -1.0   +62    +106    +23     +49.58   +40.72   +24.51   +53.79        +1.2     +11   +6     +4     +20.21   -28.79   +23.25   +19.58
S 855           114.00
                                                                                           We look forward to having you as our guests. Call or email for a sale book.
Mike Alley – Culver
B 950          62.50
                                                                                                                                       Richard Correa                              Devin Correa                                 Willie Bovard
C 1725         69.00                                                                                                                  541-449-3558                              541-379-0632 cell                              509-989-2492
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Animal Rightists Take Credit In Cost-Cutting Move, USDA
for Arson at Harris Ranch              to Close 249 Offices,
Truck Lot        lmaweb.com 01/12/2012 Including 131 at FSA lmaweb.com
     Animal rights activists are taking      mal rights activists could be responsi-       USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack            have made their recommendations for
responsibility for setting fire Sunday       ble for the damage. Fresno County          Monday announced the agency, in a        249 offices that would be closed or
morning to 14 tractors and several           sheriff’s spokesman Chris Curtice          cost-saving measure, will this year      consolidated and work transferred. Of
trailers at Harris Ranch in San Joaquin      told the Fresno Bee detectives are         close 249 offices. He made the           the closures, 131 will be FSA offices
Valley, Calif., according to a state-        looking into the claim.                    announcement during a speech at the      in 32 states.
ment released Monday.                            In the statement, the activists said   93rd annual meeting of the American          These locations join an additional
    An anonymous statement released          containers of accelerant were placed       Farm Bureau Federation.                  12 labs at 10 locations that the
by spokeswoman Nicoal R. Sheen of            beneath a row of 14 trucks with four          Vilsack said the Farm Service         Agricultural       Resource       Service
the Animal Liberation Press Office           digital timers used to light four of the   Agency,       National     Resources     received permission from Congress to
said the attack was aimed at “the hor-       containers and kerosene-soaked rope        Conservation      Service,    Foreign    close this fiscal year, for a total of 259
rors of factory farming.” Sheen said         carrying the fire to the other 10.         Agricultural Service, Animal and         locations.
the office distributes communiqués              Harris Farms is California’s largest    Plant Health Inspection Service, Rural       “Even with these changes, USDA
from people involved in illegal              cattle feeder, beef processor and beef     Development, Food Safety and             will still have a very strong presence
actions but the office itself is not         marketer.                                  Inspection Service and Food,             in virtually all counties in the country,
involved.                                      The cost of the damage has not been      Nutrition and Consumer Services          as well as around the world,” Vilsack
    Detectives initially considered ani-     released. No injuries were reported.                                                emphasized. A complete list of loca-
                                                                                                                                 tions impacted by the recommenda-
                                                                                                                                 tions        is      available          on
                                                                                                         Ankony

                       TEIXEIRA CATTLE CO.
                                                                                                                                 http://www.usda.gov/ together with

                                                                                                        & Farms                  the criteria used in making the recom-
                                                                                                                                 mendations. Click on “Blueprint for
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                                                                                                                                      The closings are to begin in late
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      11TH ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLUS BULL SALE                                                                                     them by late July.



       PRESIDENT'S DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2012 AT 1:PM                                                                                Ethanol
       AT HOLIDAY RANCH
       3486 NW LOWER BRIDGE WAY
                                                                    OFFERING 100 FALLS                                           Chewing up
       TERREBONNE, OREGON                                    AND SPRING YEARLING BULLS                                           More Corn
                                      20 BULLS RANKING IN THE TOP 10% OF THE BREED FOR $BEEF INDEX
            Be sure to as
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                         own bull”              40 BULLS WITH A BIRTH WEIGHT EPD OF LESS THAN 2.0                                Than
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  Sale Day Bull Features
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                                                                                                                                                         lmaweb.com
  TEX Upward 0211-BW 2.9; WW 62; YW 114; Marb .63; REA .76; $B 84.06
                                                                                                                                      Ethanol production is using more
  TEX Upward 0205-BW 2.9; WW 62; YW 114; Marb .60; REA .59; $B 79.38
                                                                                                                                 of the U.S. corn crop than livestock
  TEX Upward 0212- BW 2.9; WW 62; YW 114; Marb .60; REA .72; $B 82.29                                                            production and will remain the top
                                                                                                                                 corn user until at least 2014, accord-
  TEX Credence 0201-BW 1.4; WW 58; YW 103; Marb .67; REA .44; $B 64.90                                                           ing to a report from Chicago-based
                                                                                                                                 North American Risk Management
  TEX Destination 0466-BW 3.4; WW 55; YW 96; Marb .66; REA .48; $B 78.74                                                         Services Inc.
                                                                                                                                      Corn use for ethanol mushroomed
  TEX Destination 0432-BW 3.4; WW 55; YW 96; Marb .67; REA .48; $B 80.68
                                                                                                                                 from 1.3 billion bushels in 2005 to a
  TEX Destination 0463-BW 3.4; WW 55; YW 96; Marb .65; REA .45; $B 79.37                                                         little more than 5 billion bushels last
                                                                                                                                 year, devouring 40% of the harvest,
  TEX Destination 0478-BW 3.4; WW 55; YW 96; Marb .71; REA .38; $B 79.96                                                         according to a Bloomberg report.
                                                                                                                                 Corn for livestock feed, formerly the
  TEX Predestined 0420-BW 1.6; WW 49; YW 92; Marb .87; REA .48; $B 76.29
                                                                                                                                 biggest share of the crop, dropped to
  TEX Predestined 0426-BW 1.5; WW 49; YW 91; Marb .63; REA .54; $B 69.93                                                         around 4.8 billion bushels during the
                                                                                                                                 period -- a decrease of 22%.
  TEX New Frontier 1052-BW 2.4; WW 47; YW 88; Marb .60; REA .17; $B 72.11                                                             Ethanol may consume as much as
                                                                                                                                 5.1 billion bushels of corn in the year
  TEX Destination 1031-BW 1.7; WW 49; YW 91; Marb .72; REA .57; $B 78.08                                                         that began Sept. 1, Jerry Gidel, a mar-
  TEX Destination 1048-BW 1.8; WW 52; YW 94; Marb .75; REA .53; $B 74.48
                                                                                                                                 ket analyst for North American said
                                                                                                                                 in the report. Feed demand is fore-
                                                                                                                                 cast to drop to 4.6 billion bushels, the
 We invite you to check out our website                                                                                          lowest since 1990, after the U.S. cat-
 for video & picture updates:                                    Teixeira Cattle Co.                                             tle herd on July 1 fell to the smallest
 www.teixeiracattleco.com                                    John Teixeira 805-448-3859                                          for that date since at least 1973.
                                                                                                                                       “Demand for corn from ethanol
  cattle@thousandhillsranch.com                      Tom Hill 541-990-5479-Consultant
                                                                                                                                 producers will likely exceed feed
                                                                                                                                 consumption for at least another 24
 We are pleased to welcome our guest consignors: Gohr Angus, Black Oak Angus, Ty Kliewer & K Bar D                               months,” Gidel said.
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                                      Shaw Cattle Co.
                                                         Production Sale
                                                 February 15, 2012 - 12 p.m. (MST)
                         Selling 450 Angus, Hereford, Red Angus & SimAngus
                                          Bulls and Heifers




   Angus AI sires include Dimension,                                                                                          First Season Breeding Guarantee
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                                                                                                                                          February 19, 2012
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  Daily Livestock Report                                                                                                       Vol. 10, No. 8, January 12, 2012


   As we start the new year, the future    offal) rose 27% compared to the previ-
of US meat exports is top of the mind      ous year. Four countries, Korea,
for many in the industry. In 2011, we      Japan, Canada and Russia, accounted
saw significant price appreciation for a   for about 75% of the overall growth in
number of beef, pork and chicken           US beef exports. We think the growth
items, driven in part by strong exports    in shipments to these markets is far
to both traditional and new markets.       from reaching a saturation point. In
Will exports hold up? If yes, what will    the case of S. Korea, the free trade
sustain ever expanding shipments?          agreement as well as limited growth in
And if not, what will be the main risks    their domestic production will sustain
for a reversal? Today we will focus on     demand for US beef. Australia is still
beef exports and touch on pork and         the top supplier of imported beef in the
poultry on Monday once the monthly         S. Korean market but herd rebuilding
export data is released.                   in Australia will limit product avail-
    The chart to the right shows the       ability and will likely provide opportu-
growth in US beef exports in 2011.         nities for further expansion of US beef
The data is based on weekly ship-          exports. Also, current US beef exports
ments, product weight basis, through       to Korea still remain well below the       tant growth market for US beef. At         month or younger at slaughter. There
the end of the year. For the year,         volumes that were shipped prior to the     the moment, the key factor impeding        are plenty of rumors that this require-
exports of US beef muscle cuts (this       outbreak of BSE in North America.          growth is the requirement that US ship     ment may be changed to 30 month or
does not include cooked beef and           Japan constitutes an even more impor-      only beef from cattle that were 21         younger in 2012, and if that happens,
                                                                                                                                 it will provide opportunities for even
                                                                                                                                 higher beef exports to Japan. As with


  Performance Angus Breeders                                                                                                     Korea, Australia remains a top suppli-
                                                                                                                                 er of imported beef to Japan but sup-
                                                                                                                                 plies from there will be constrained




                                    PABCOO
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                                                                                                                                 due to herd rebuilding. The key risk to
                                                                                                                                 US beef exports remains a sharp

                                                            of
                                                            o                         70 Bulls                                   appreciation in the US currency.

     21st Annual                                                                               to Sell                           Keep in mind, that even as the US dol-
                                                                                                                                 lar has gained ground recently, it still
                                                                                                                                 remains relatively weak, particularly


                               Central Oregon
                               Cent al O
                                                                                                                                 vs. currencies of our top beef markets.
                                                                                                                                 The only scenario we see for a sharp
                                                                                                                                 appreciation in the US currency is if
                                                                                                                                 the Euro breaks up, leading to an
  In Focus                                                                                                                       inflow of capital into US dollar
                                                                                                                                 denominated assets. The preponder-
                                                                                                                                 ance of evidence at this point is that
                                                                                                                                 the Euro zone will be able to muddle
                                                                                                          Final
                                                                                                                                 through and further improvements in
                                                                                                          Answer                 global economic growth will spur
                                                                                                                                 demand for US beef. Finally, it is
                                                                                                                                 important to keep in mind the global
     EPD’s: BW YW Milk MARB RE     $B                              EPD’s: BW YW Milk MARB RE      $B                             beef supply picture. Key world beef
            -1.4 99 25 0.68 -.06 $59.41                                   -1.0 106 22 0.43 0.39 $53.79                           exporters, Brazil, Australia, Argentina,
                                                                                                                                 Canada, are in herd rebuilding mode.




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                                                                                                                                 er beef supplies in 2013 - 2016, the
                                                                                                                                 coming year will likely continue to see
                                                                                                                                 limited global beef supply availability.
                                                                                                                                 Beef demand in emerging countries
                                                                                                                                 will likely continue to increase and, in
                                                                                                                                 the short term, the US remains a
                                                                                                                                 favored, and relatively competitive,
                                                                                                                                 beef supply source.
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        FEBRUARY 18, 2012
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USDA Oregon Hay Report
                                                                                                               January 12, 2011             USDA Market News

Tons: 3298     Last Week: 3702      Last Year: 1890                                   Harney County:
                                                                                                              Tons         Price Range      Wtd Avg    Comments
  Compared to last week: All classes continue to be generally steady with the          Alfalfa Large Sq Supr. 200         260.00-260.00     260.00
previous week. Buyer demand good on light supplies. Each week more produc-             Wheat Lrg Sq Utility   50          120.00-120.00     120.00
ers become sold out for the season. Several producers out of the market until
the first of the new year or until the first cutting next spring/summer. All prices   Klamath Basin:
are dollars per ton and FOB unless otherwise stated.                                                             Tons       Price Range     Wtd Avg    Comments
                                                                                       Alfalfa Lge Sq Sup        1000     300.00-300.00     300.00     Organic
Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Wasco Counties:                                           Alfalfa Sm Sq Sup         68       360.00-360.00     360.00     Export
                        Tons    Price Range           Wtd Avg       Comments                                     10       300.00-300.00     300.00     Retail/Stable
 Alfalfa Lr SqPrem      32     250.00-250.00          250.00        Retail/Stable      Alfalfa/Orchard Mix
Premium                 300    245.00-245.00          245.00                            Sm Sq Premium         10          300.00-300.00     300.00     Retail/Stable
 Alfalfa Sm Sq Prem     30     260.00-260.00          260.00         Retail/Stable     Fescue GrassSm Sq Fair 25          170.00-170.00     170.00
Prem                    16     235.00-235.00          235.00
   Good/Premium         10     200.00-200.00          200.00         Contracted       Lake County:
 Alfalfa/Orchard Mix                                                                                             Tons       Price Range     Wtd Avg    Comments
  Sm Sq Good            10     200.00-200.00           200.00        Contracted        Alfalfa Lrg Sq Prem       226        245.00-260.00   250.58
 Orchard Grass Lrg Sq                                                                     Good                   32         225.00-225.00   225.00
   Premium              32     250.00-250.00           250.00        Retail/Stable     Alfalfa Sm Sq Sup         700        275.00-300.00   282.14     Organic
Good                    32     225.00-225.00           225.00                          Timothy Grass Sm Sq       100        210.00-210.00   210.00
  Sm Sq Premium         22     230.00-250.00           236.36                          Orchard/Timothy           50         180.00-180.00   180.00     Retail/Stable
                        30     265.00-265.00           265.00        Retail/Stable     Oat Hay Lrg Sq Fair       31         120.00-120.00   120.00
Good                    91     220.00-230.00           226.65                          Triticale Straw
   Fair/Good            24     200.00-210.00           205.83        Contracted         Lrge Sq Utility          21         65.00-65.00     65.00
 Meadow Grass Sm Sq
   Good                 25     210.00-210.00           210.00                          Alfalfa hay test guidelines, (for domestic livestock use and not more than 10%
 Forage Mix-Four Way 2         270.00-270.00           270.00                         grass), used with visual appearance and intent of sale Quantitative factors are
                                                                                      approximate and many factors can affect feeding value.
Eastern Oregon:
                      Tons           Price Range       Wtd Avg       Comments                   ADF      NDF           RFV      TDN-100%     TDN-90% CP-100%
 Alfalfa/Timothy                                                                      Supreme   <27      <34          >185      >62          >55.9     >22
  Lrg Sq Premium      30           275.00-275.00       275.00        Organic          Premium   27-29    34-36        170-185   60.5-62      54.5-55.9 20-22
 Mdw Grass Sm Sq Fair 59           150.00-150.00       150.00                         Good      29-32    36-40        150-170   58-60        52.5-54.5 18-20
 Forage Mix-Two Way                                                                   Fair      32-35    40-44        130-150   56-58        50.5-52.5 16-18
  Lrg Sq Fair         30           145.00-145.00       145.00                         Utility    >35     >44          <130      <56          <50.5     <16
              January 13, 2012                          CentralOregonLivestockAuction.com                                              Page 9



U.S. Agriculture Has Major Trade Opportunities in China,
says AMI Vice President        lmaweb.com 1/12/2012

    The emerging middle class in           “There are tremendous oppor-     improve it agricultural infrastruc-   invest primarily in pork and poul-
China is seeking more protein and     tunities in China,” said Westman.     ture and productivity through new     try, but beef can capture a growing
higher quality food, and that pres-   “You have four times the popula-      technologies but water shortages      market as more five-star hotels are
ents a major trade opportunity for    tion of the United States on two-     limit progress, he said               opening in China.
U.S. agriculture. That’s according    thirds the size of the land and 225         Westman said China is the             “The demand for our beef is
to William Westman, Vice              cities anticipated to have popula-    largest market for U.S. ag exports,   accelerating in north Asia, but we
President for International Trade     tions of at least 1 million people    noting that trade with China has      have to have patience,” said
at the American Meat Institute,       by 2025.”                             risen more than 1,000 percent in      Westman.
who discussed China and other               China isn’t able to produce     the past decade. The country will
Asian markets this week at the        enough food for its growing popu-
American        Farm       Bureau     lation and must turn to imports.
Federation’s 93rd annual meeting.     The country has made attempts to      Antibiotics in Livestock
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                                   PRCA World Standings                                                        January 12, 2012
                                   Bareback Riding                                       Team Roping (Heeling)                               Barrel Racing
                                   1 Wes Stevenson      Lubbock TX         $9,062.00     1 Tyler Barton     Buckner AR         $7,169.00    1 BENETTE LITTLE ARDMORE OK     $14,742.62
                                   **2 Ryan Gray        Cheney WA          $6,484.00     2 Ryan Motes       Weatherford TX     $6,876.00    2 CARLEE PIERCE STEPHENVILLE TX $7,718.88
                                   3 Steven Dent        Mullen NE          $4,793.00     3 John Philipp     Washington TX      $5,863.00    3 LINDA VICK      HESPERIA CA   $7,102.04
                 World Standings




                                   4 Chris Harris       Itasca TX          $3,780.00     4 Broc Cresta      Santa Rosa CA      $5,461.00    4 BRITTANY POZZI VICTORIA TX    $6,871.77
                                   5 Matt Bright        Azle TX            $3,687.00     5 Kinney Harrell   Marshall TX        $5,289.00    5 REAGAN DILLARD GRANBURY TX    $5,392.20
                                   6 Jake Brown         Huntsville TX      $3,524.00     6 Cole Davison     Madisonville TX    $5,149.00    6 SHELLEY MORGAN, EUSTACE TX    $4,676.81
                                                                                                                                            7 KIM SCHULZE     ELBERT CO     $3,755.92
                                   7 Matthew Smith      Clinton MS         $3,030.00     7 Kollin VonAhn    Durant OK          $5,100.00
                                                                                                                                            8 JENNILEE THOMPSON DUNCOMBE IA $3,711.21
                                   8 Tyson Thompson Bradley CA             $2,770.00     8 Justin Davis     Cottonwood CA      $3,780.00
                                                                                                                                            9 PAIGE CONRADO HUDSON CO       $3,461.23
                                   9 Jared Keylon       Uniontown KS       $2,558.00     9 Mike Monighetti  Los Alamos CA      $3,681.00    10 TAMMI PETTIS   OSTEEN FL     $3,157.51
                                   **10 Brian Bain      Culver OR          $2,537.00     10Patrick Smith    Midland TX         $3,558.00    11 KAREN LITTLE   SAN SABA TX   $3,031.49
                                   11 Yance Day         Fort Scott KS      $2,533.00     11 Larry Hammons San Antonio TX       $3,459.00    12 AIMEE KAY      BLUFF DALE TX $2,884.48
                                   12Teddy Athan        Livermore CA       $2,447.00     12Martin Lucero    Stephenville TX    $3,438.00    13 TRULA CHURCHILL VALENTINE NE $2,737.43
                                   13Kaycee Feild       Payson UT          $2,337.00     13Mickey Gomez     Holland TX         $3,318.00    14 TANA RENICK    KINGSTON OK   $2,590.15
                                   14George Gillespie IVPlacerville CA     $2,270.00     **14 Brandon Bates Caldwell ID        $3,032.00    15 DANYELLE CAMPBELL BEAUMONT CA $2,578.68
                                   15Dave Worsfold      Queensland AU      $2,154.00     15Quincy Opela     Stapleton NE       $3,008.00
   PRCA & WPRA




                                                                                                                                            Bull Riding
                                   Steer Wrestling                                       Saddle Bronc Riding                                1 J.W. Harris        Mullin TX             $8,492.00
                                   1 Straws Milan        Cochrane AB       $7,537.00     1 Cole Elshere     Faith SD           $8,619.00    2 Jacob O Mara       Prairieville LA       $8,122.00
                                   2 Ken Lewis           La Junta CO       $5,897.00     2 Tyrel Larsen     Inglis MB          $6,580.00    3 Logan Knibbe       Rockdale TX           $6,253.00
                                   3 Les Shepperson      Midwest WY        $5,534.00     3 Chad Ferley      Oelrichs SD        $4,712.00    **4 Myron Duarte     Auburn WA             $5,863.00
                                   4 Ben Goodman         Beaumont TX       $4,964.00     4 Joaquin Real     Woody CA           $3,843.00    5 Cody Teel          Kountze TX            $5,687.00
                                   5 Ryan Swayze         Freedom OK        $4,047.00     5 Cody Wright      Milford UT         $3,842.00    6 Clayton Foltyn     El Campo TX           $4,897.00
                                   6 Termaine Debose     Anderson TX       $3,825.00     6 Andrew Counts    Stephenville TX    $3,528.00    7 Cody Rostockyj     Hillsboro TX          $3,986.00
                                   7 Aaron Vosler        Cheyenne WY       $3,769.00     7 Jake Wright      Milford UT         $3,224.00    8 Sammy Matthews     Springville CA        $3,477.00
                                   8 Dean Gorsuch        Gering NE         $3,519.00     8 Hambone Hammons Victoria TX         $2,928.00    9 Trey Benton III    Rock Island TX        $3,395.00
                                   9 Tyler Waguespack    Gonzales LA       $3,357.00     9 Kobyn Williams   Haughton LA.       $2,492.00    10Friday Wright II   Moss Point MS         $3,076.00
                                   10Chason Floyd        Ludlow SD         $3,072.00     10Jake Halverson   Amarillo TX        $2,427.00    11 Trent Cormier     Houma LA              $2,995.00
                                   11 Ethen Thouvenell   Napa CA           $3,026.00     11 Troy Crowser    Whitewood SD       $1,879.00    12Chance Smart       Philadelphia MS       $2,958.00
                                   12Cale Emmett         Ponca AR          $3,012.00     12Curtis Garton    New Zealand NZ     $1,853.00    13Reid Barker        Comfort TX            $2,924.00
                                   13Luke Branquinho     Los Alamos CA     $2,908.00     13Jesse Wright     Milford UT         $1,853.00    14Beau Brooks        Strathmoore AB        $2,771.00
                                   14John Franzen        Riverton WY       $2,874.00     **14 Mert Bradshaw Eagle Point, OR    $1,846.00    15Jarrod Ford        Greeley CO            $2,653.00
                                   15Cody Harmon         Stephenville TX   $2,499.00     15Alex Wright      Milford UT         $1,787.00
                                                                                                                                            Steer Roping
                                   Team Roping (Heading)                                 Tie-Down Roping                                    1 Chet Herren        Pawhuska OK           $3,856.00
                                   1 Colby Lovell       Madisonville TX    $6,876.00     1 Jerome Schneeberger Ponca City OK $6,001.00      2 Guy Allen          Santa Anna TX         $2,878.00
                                   2 Shane Philipp      Washington TX      $5,863.00     2 Doug Pharr        Resaca GA         $5,385.00    3 Trevor Brazile     Decatur TX            $2,642.00
                                   3 Tyler Wade         Terrell TX         $5,627.00     3 Riley Pruitt      Gering NE         $4,771.00    4 Kim Ziegelgruber   Edmond OK             $2,167.00
                                   4 Spencer Mitchell Colusa CA            $5,461.00     4 Clif Cooper       Decatur TX        $4,673.00    5 Cody Lee           Gatesville TX         $2,048.00
                                   5 Dustin Davis       Texarkana TX       $5,289.00     5 Beau Marshall     Truth or ConsequNM$4,629.00    6 Jay Peters         San Antonio TX        $1,653.00
                                   6 Nick Sartain       Dover OK           $5,100.00     6 Braxton Laughlin Westlake LA        $3,778.00    7 Dan Fisher         Andrews TX            $1,422.00
                                   7 Tyler Magnus       Mason TX           $4,959.00     7 Ryle Smith        Oakdale CA        $3,667.00    8 J.P. Wickett       Sallisaw OK           $1,120.00
                                   8 Caleb Mitchell     Mason TX           $4,602.00     8 Shank Edwards Tatum NM              $3,492.00    9 Lawson Plemons     Axtell     TX         $1,065.00
                                   9 Paul David Tierney Oral SD            $4,218.00     9 Jake Hannum       Plain City UT     $3,443.00    10 Trey Wallace      George West TX        $927.00
                                   10Jade Corkill       Fallon NV          $3,780.00     10Blake Hirdes      Turlock CA        $3,256.00
                                   11 Trevor Brazile    Decatur TX         $3,558.00     11 Justin Maass     Giddings TX       $2,996.00
                                   12Landon McClaugherty Tilden TX         $3,459.00     **12 Seth Hopper    Stanfield OR      $2,964.00     **Denotes Columbia River Circuit competitor
                                   13Luke Brown         Stephenville TX    $3,438.00     13Blake Deckard     Eufaula OK        $2,914.00
                                   14Blaine Linaweaver Leavenworth KS      $3,306.00     14Cameron Elston Ramona CA            $2,743.00
                                   15Justin Davis       Madisonville TX    $3,022.00     15C.J. DeForest Jr. Wheatland CA      $2,522.00
               January 13, 2012                                    CentralOregonLivestockAuction.com                                                                   Page 11




       Kessler
       A·N·G·U·S
                                                                                       Thyme-Rubbed Beef Round Tip
                                                                                       with Roasted Onion
                                                                                       and Pear Wild Rice
                                                                                       Prep time: 15 minutes


 BULL SALE
                                                                                       Cook time: 2-1/4 to 2-3/4 hours
                                                                                       Total recipe time: 2-1/4 to 3 hours
                                                                                       Makes 6 to 8 servings

   Tuesday, February 21, 2012                                                          Ingredients:
                                                                                       1 beef round tip roast (3 to 4 pounds)
                At The Ranch near Milton-Freewater                                     1 tablespoon dried thyme leaves, crushed
                Sale at 12:30 pm – Lunch at 11:30 am                                   1 teaspoon pepper
                                                                                       2 small firm pears, cut lengthwise in half,
                                                                                       cored
                                                                                       1 medium red onion, cut into 1/2-inch wedges
                                                                                       1/2 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, crushed
                                                                                       1 package (6 to 7 ou.) long grain and wild rice
                                                                                       mix

                                                                                       Instructions:
                                                                                       1. Heat oven to 325°F. Combine 1 tablespoon thyme and pepper; press
                                                                                       evenly onto all surfaces of beef roast.
                                                                Selling                1. Place roast on rack in shallow roasting pan. Insert ovenproof meat
                                                               20 sons                 thermometer so tip is centered in thickest part of beef, not resting in fat.
                                                                 and 8                 Place pears and onion around roast; sprinkle with 1/2 teaspoon thyme. Do
                                                             Grandsons                 not add water or cover. Roast in 325°F oven 1-3/4 to 2 hours for medium
                                              Kesslers Frontman R001                   rare; 2-1/4 to 2-1/2 hours for medium doneness.
                                                                                       3. Remove roast when meat thermometer registers 140°F for medium
                                                          115 Bulls sired by:          rare; 155°F for medium. Transfer roast to carving board; tent loosely with
     “Committed                                        Kesslers Frontman R001          aluminum foil. Let stand 15 to 20 minutes. (Temperature will continue to
to Provide the Best”                                      T C Aberdeen 759             rise about 5°F to reach 145°F for medium rare; 160°F for medium.)
    – for 50 years                                    Kesslers Front Range 7520        4. Meanwhile prepare rice mix according to package directions, omitting
                                                       SAV Final Answer 0035           butter; keep warm. Coarsely chop pears and onion; stir into rice.
       Randy Kessler Family                                                            5. Carve roast into thin slices; season with salt, as desired. Serve with
       49838 Fruitvale Road                             Sitz JLS Onward 517S
                                                          Sitz Onward 466S             rice mixture.
    Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
       Home: 541-558-3821                               CC & 7 and Mandate
                                                                                       Nutritional Information Per Serving
        Cell: 509-520-3281                                                             Nutrition information per serving (1/6 of recipe): 430 calories; 11 g fat (4 g saturated fat; 4 g
      e-mail: rek52@live.com                               Guest consignment
                                                      9 bulls from Kibler Cattle Co.   monounsaturated fat); 150 mg cholesterol; 539 mg sodium; 31 g carbohydrate; 3.1 g fiber;
   Follow Kessler Angus on Facebook
 Call or e-mail us for your free sale book.           Jake Kibler • 509-520-6264       50 g protein; 9.4 mg niacin; 0.8 mg vitamin B6; 2.6 mcg vitamin B12; 5.5 mg iron; 53.0 mcg




                                                                                                                To Advertise,
                                                                                                      call Alec Stewart 541-233-3226
                                                                                                       or Vince Ceciliani 541-410-6647
     Page 12                                                 Stockman’s Journal                      January 13, 2012




                    Feeder Sale
                                 February 6th
                                     Other Upcoming Sales at C.O.L.A.

                      Regular Sales:                                          Bull Sales:
                      January 16th                                P.A.B.C.O. - February 18th
                      January 23rd
                      February 14th
                      January 30th
                      February 13th
               No small animals will be accepted to sell on Feeder Sale Days or Special Sale Days.
                               Small Animals must be checked in prior to 10am.




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