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President                           Vice President                      Secretary-Treasurer

Julie Boggs                         Bill Bartolac                       Julie Edmondson
1311 W. Valley                      P.O. Box 116                        6710 100th St. NE
Chimacum, WA 98325                  Kapowsin, WA 98344                  Marysville, WA 98270
westbrookangus@yahoo.com                                                marysvilleMLA@aol.com

Sale Committee:
Clyde Marshall             253-862-7961
Bill Bartloac              360-879-5829
Julie Boggs                360-732-9335

Dear Fellow Angus Breeders:

The Western Washington Angus Association is looking forward to sponsoring the 44th
Annual Angus Sale. The Northwest needs this sale to get more registered Angus
cattle to the people who want them. You bring the cattle, we bring the buyers. This
is an excellent opportunity to meet your fellow Angus breeders and exchange ideas,
information and technology. I would like to urge each and every member to consign
at least one animal to this sale. We need YOUR participation to have enough quality
cattle available to enable us to attract a good number of buyers.

                           WESTERN WASHINGTON ANGUS SALE
                              SKAGIT COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
                              MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON
                            Sunday, March 9, 2008 - 1:00 p.m.

Entry fees will be $50.00 for open heifers, bred heifers, bred cows, cows/calf pairs, and bulls. Steers and
commercial animals will have an entry fee of $25.00. Steers will be sold by the head and must be sired by
an Angus bull and be black hided. There will be a $30.00 late entry fee per animal. New this year, there
will be $5.00 discount for entries received before December 1, 2007. There will also be a $5.00
discount per head for a seller with 5 or more cattle consigned. These new discounts cannot be

Please mail your entries along with signed registration papers, and photographs
(optional), by December 15, 2007. Late entries will be accepted at the discretion of
the Western Washington Angus Sale Committee (Clyde Marshall, Bill Bartolac, and
Julie Boggs).

There will be a pre-sale viewing of the cattle. The sale order will be chosen then.

Saturday, March 8th is set for our annual meeting and dinner. All Association
members and guests are invited. As in the past years, we will offer a semen sale.
Clyde Marshall will be in charge of semen donations. All proceeds generated by the
semen sale will be used to finance our Junior program.

Lunch will be provided at 12:00 p.m. (Noon) on sale day (Sunday, March 9, 2007)
                               MARCH 9, 2008
                                 1:00 P.M.
                        SKAGIT COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
                        MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON

                               AUCTION SALE RULES

1) Entries are due December 15, 2007 with signed registration papers and entry
   fees. No animal will sell unless the signed registration papers and entry fees are
   in sale management’s hands. There will also be a late entry fee of $30.00 per

2) Entries accepted for the sale include top quality open heifers, bred heifers, bred
   cows, cows with calves at side, bulls and steers. Bulls over 3 years old by sale
   day will not be accepted. Cows over 7 years of age will be sold as commercial.
   Consignors are limited to entering one bull unless they also are entering females.

3) We will be accepting un-haltered animals. These cattle will be judged in pens to
   determine sale order and will be sold after the haltered animals and before the
   commercial animals.

4) Females over 24 months of age must sell safe in calf or with calf safe at side.
   Females with calf over 6 months of age as side must be safe and with calf again.
   Cows without a calf as side must be at least 90 days bred and examined safe.
   Sellers will guarantee status of open and breedable heifers.

5) All females over 24 months of age must have their pregnancy status verified by
   an accredited veterinarian within 30 days prior to the sale. This information must
   be in the hands of sale management by 9:00am on the date of the sale or be
   subject to an examination at the sale at the owner’s expense.

   ENTERED LOT. (Photocopies are acceptable where more than one animal is
   reported on a health paper) Oregon and Idaho must have a Washington State
   permit number on their papers. Have your veterinary call the Washington State
   Veterinarian’s office for the sale permit number. Negative Tuberculosis test is
   required on each animal not originated in TB accredited herds or modified TB free

7) Cattle must be eligible to pass necessary health test to enter any state into which
   they may sell, or seller still owns the animal. Seller will maintain the animal,
   making the necessary test at his cost, and assist in arranging shipping animals
   needing additional tests. Consignors should note that many states will not accept
   non-vaccinated females.

8) All bulls entered for sale over one year, must be semen tested and the
   certificates must be turned in to sale committee by sale day.

9) All animals will be inspected at the sale. There will be a hard shift which will
   include unsoundness, poor quality, or communicable disease, such as pink eye,
   ringworm, etc. Extremely unruly dispositioned animals may also be disqualified
   from the sale.

10) Entry fees will not be refunded on cattle rejected by a sifting committee. Entry
    fees are not refunded on catalogued animals not brought to the sale.
11) In addition to the entry fee, a 7% commission will be charged to all consignors.

12) Animals not selling because of the floor price established by the consignor are
    subject to a 4% sale commission on the consignor’s floor price. There will be a
    consignor’s meeting the morning of the sale to set floor prices on the animals.

13) Consignors must be members of the Western Washington Angus Association;
    Dues are $15.00 per year, payable with entry fee if not previously paid.

14) Cattle must be at the Skagit County Fair Grounds between 12:00 (noon) and
    3:00pm on Saturday March 8, 2008. All cattle must have brand inspection
    papers. Washington State cattle may come to the sale on a transportation slip
    but cattle from Oregon and Idaho must have brand inspection papers. The brand
    inspector will be available on sale day to provide brand papers to the new
    owners. Later arrivals may be pre-approved by the auction committee.

15) Every animal must be tied with a good rope halter and neck rope. The halter
    sells with the animal. (Except unhaltered animals)

16) No entries will be accepted that have known carriers of class one genetic defects
    in the printed pedigree. Individuals tested clean and so verified by the American
    Angus Association will be accepted. The sale management, based upon American
    Angus Association records, will make this determination at the time of entry.
    Entries considered having non-traditional blood factors or with such animals in
    their pedigrees, as determined by the American Angus Association, will be
    footnoted as such.

17) A person or persons chosen by the sale committee will determine the sale order.

18) Consignors are urged to assist in delivery of the sale cattle at the buyers risk. No
    consignor may leave the sale until shipping arrangement are confirmed with the
    sales management. Consignors may be subject to an additional charge if this
    rule is disregarded. The buyer will have the option to have their purchased
    animal transported to a central location for an additional fee of $50.00.

19) Consignors must bring their own hay. Hay will not be available at Skagit County
    Fair Grounds.

20) Payment will not be made until all checks have cleared.
                       WESTERN WASHINGTON ANGUS SALE
                               MARCH 9, 2008 - 1:00p.m.
                             SKAGIT COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
                             MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON

                              OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM
Ranch Name: _________________ __ Owner: ___________________________

Address: __________________________________________________________

City: ___________________________ State: _____ Zip Code: ______________

Phone: _________________________

Number of Entries: ________________ Date sent: _________________________

                          MAIL THIS COMPLETED FORM TO:
                                    Clyde Marshall
                                  4215 218th Ave E.
                                Lake Tapps, WA 98391
                             Email: cascadeangus1@outdrs.net

                    DEADLINE: DECEMBER 15, 2007
         Send signed papers with entries. Make checks payable to:
                   Western Washington Angus Association
     - $50 per head, heifers, cows, bulls and cow/calf pairs
     - $25 per head for steers and commercial
     - $30 per head will be assessed for late entries

Name of Animal   Sex    Birth Date     Reg#        Breeding      Service           Entr
                                                   Info          Sire Name         y
                                                   AI/Nat Date

Please include typed footnotes or performance data you want printed in the catalog.


                                                          Total Entry Fees: $_____
                                                          Membership Dues $_____
                                                          (If not paid, add $15)

                                                          Total amount:      $_____

I have read all the rules of this sale and hereby certify that there are no liens on my
entry(ies) and that my entry(ies) are made with my full knowledge of the rules, by
which I agree to be governed.
                                             Signed: __________________________

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