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1 Selling 115 Age Advantaged, High $Profit Stabilizer Bulls New Sale Website Leachman Early Bird Sale 115 Age Advantaged, High $Profit Stabilizer Bulls Febuary 7 th - 9 th 2017 Online Only

2 Leachman Cattle of Colorado 6 th Annual Early Bird Bull Sale Selling 115 Tested Stabilizer Bulls. Lots ~ 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots ~ Coming 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Bidding Opens Tuesday, Febuary 7 th 12 p.m. CST Bidding Closes Thursday, Febuary 9 th 5 p.m. CST Login to to view videos of the bulls. Bulls will be tested prior to sale day. Check the website for updated scores and EPDs. Bulls are currently in Fort Collins, Colorado. Contact the office today to schedule a visit. Lee at (970) Ryan at (970) Jerrod at (303) Office at (970) Take advantage of the only system with feed efficiency, profitability and a 1 year full guarantee.

3 Leachman Cattle of Colorado 6 th Annual Early Bird Bull Sale Febuary 7 th, 8 th & 9 th 2017 Sale host: Sale Website: Sale Day Phones: Office: (970) Lee Leachman: (970) mb Ryan Peterson: (970) mb Jerrod Watson (303) Herd Health: Bulls sell with a complete vaccination program and ready for turnout. Guaranteed sound and healthy. They sell with a complete breeding soundness evaluation. All bulls have been tested for Trichomoniasis. Buyers will be responsible for all health test costs on bulls left to be wintered. Terms and Conditions: The cattle will sell under the terms and conditions found on page 40 Delivery: See page 5 for delivery options. How to read this catalog: See page 6 for our Profesional Bull Buyers Guide. Sight Unseen: If you cannot participate in the sale, contact Lee, Jerrod or Ryan and we will select bulls for you. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee -- if you are not completely satisfied when the bull is delivered then we will provide a full refund. Bull Videos: All bulls will have videos posted on to be viewed prior to sale. Wintering Option: Customers may choose to have their bulls delivered in April after our March production sale. Bulls left in Leachman s care will cost $3/hd/day. New, One Year Guarantee! For the first time ever, Leachman Cattle of Colorado is offering a one year guarantee on all bulls that we sell. This guarantee will cover your purchased bull(s) against death, injury, infertility, and loss of use. If, during the first year from purchase, you lose the use of your Leachman bull for whatever reason, we will give you a full credit towards the purchase of a new bull. We only ask that your herd veterinarian provide a written statement describing the death, injury, or infertility. If the bull in question can be salvaged, we would like you to keep the salvage value, and a credit will be issued, less the salvage amount you receive for the bull. If the bull completes a full breeding season, then the credit will be given at 75% of the original purchase value (less any salvage value). All claims must be made within 1 year from the date of purchase. Example 1: Your $5,000 bull dies before you turn him out to breed. You receive a full credit of $5,000. (Purchase Price - $0 Salvage - $0 Use). Example 2: Your $5,000 bull injures his scrotum after you pull him from the cows. You sell him for $1000 in salvage. You receive a credit of $2,750 ($5000 purchase - $1000 salvage - $1250 usage). Requirements for claims: 1. All claims must be made within 365 days of purchase. 2. A veterinary statement regarding the circumstances is required. 3. A Verbal agreement from Leachman Cattle of Colorado is required prior to a bull being sold for salvage. Documentation of the salvage value of the bull, including identification of the bull on the sale barn ticket, that corresponds to the bulls Leachman identifications (ear tag or metal clip) is also required. This credit can be used for the purchase of bulls, females, semen, and/ or embryos from Leachman Cattle of Colorado. If the credit is not used within 24 months of the date of issuance, then it will expire. Online Only - Must register to bid with Smart Auctions at (970) Page 1

4 How To View Sale Videos and Access the Auction: The bull videos will be posted online at both and prior to the auction opening. The Auction itself will be conducted racehorse style and will open by Noon CST on Tuesday, February 7 th and will begin closing at 5:00 pm CST on Thursday, February 9 th. To access the auction and the videos from a traditional computer go to and click on the Production Auctions Schedule tab at the top of the homepage and then locate the auction on February 9 th from the sale calendar and click the appropriate link. You may also access the auction from or SmartAuctions is also built for a mobile platform to accommodate today s busy world. To access the auction from a smart phone text Leachman to and follow the prompts. To place a bid on a lot you must register for the auction. When you click on an individual lot it will initially show Want to place a bid? with a REGISTER NOW tab right below it. Click on the REGISTER NOW tab and input your correct information with a valid address, mobile phone number and address. It will also eventually ask for a credit/debit card. You must provide a valid credit or debit card to verify your identity, but you will not be charged for any purchases on your credit card unless you specifically request that after the sale is completed. If you do not wish to pay with a credit card then do not choose to do so and you will receive an invoice in the mail and/or by to pay by check. Once you have registered you will have a username and password and will not have to register for this auction again. Once you have placed a bid you will receive confirmation via a text message regardless of whether you bid over a traditional computer, a tablet or a smart phone. You should also receive a text message the moment you have been outbid provided you have good cell service. This will save you from having to watch the entire auction if you do not wish to. Additional Helpful Information Regarding The Auction: What is a racehorse style auction? A racehorse style auction is a timed auction that has no sale order and closes every lot at the same time. Once the auction hits 5:00 pm CST on Thursday, February 9 th there will be 5 minutes left on the clock. If nobody bids in this time frame the auction closes and each lot sells to the highest bidder for that particular lot. If somebody does bid in this time frame then the clock resets to 5 minutes and counts down again. This process will continue until no other bids are placed and the clock reaches zero. This approach eliminates the need for a sale order and allows customers the opportunity to select another lot once the lot they have been bidding on is beyond their limit. Should I wait until the last second to bid? No!! Your countdown timer is an estimate and may not match exactly with the auction server. If you wait until the last second to bid you run the risk of your countdown clock being off by a few seconds and the auction closing before you place your bid. Will the sale refresh automatically? Yes. If you are watching the auction on a smart phone and leave your web browser you may need to refresh when you first return to the webpage. If ever in doubt go ahead and refresh. Can I make this to where I only see/follow the lots I m interested in? Yes, once you click on an individual lot there will be a tab with a star next to it that says Watch This Item. Click on it and then when you return to the All Items page you will see a tab at the top that says My Activity. Click on this and you will only see the lots you have starred. You can also un-watch a lot by clicking Stop Watching on the individual lot. If you have any questions or need help registering and/or bidding call (866) SmartAuctions will send invoices following the conclusion of the sale. Page 2 see video at

5 Why $Profit helps: Today, ranchers have too much data to study. With over 20 EPD traits and so many measurements, buying the best bull has become really confusing. Every bull is good on some traits and weak on others. The challenge is figuring out how each of those traits is going to impact your bottom line. We wish we knew which bull would make the most money from birth to slaughter, but most of the time, we end up guessing. Back in 2005, we decided that we didn t want to guess any more. Dallas Horton asked Lee Leachman to come up with one number that sorted the bulls on their bottom line impact so we did. Since then, we have provided $Profit on all bulls we sell. Furthermore, we are basing almost all of our own selection decisions on $Profit. Literally, we are putting our money where our mouth is. Let me tell you a story about two bulls that we bought a few years ago from the same sale. Both bulls had complete performance data, ratios, ultrasound, and even feed efficiency data. They were both the same breed. After the sale, we added their herd s data into our database to calculate EPD s and $Profit. One bull came out at $8,374 and the other came out at $14,258. That is a huge difference one bull was a great buy and the other was an expensive mistake. How $Profit works: $Profit assumes that the average commercial bull will have 100 progeny over its lifetime. The model assumes that you keep 30% of your heifers as replacements and that you retain ownership on the remainder of the calves through finishing and sale on a grid. We realize that many don t retain ownership, but doesn t it make the most sense to select from birth all the way to slaughter? Feedlots have already proven their willingness to pay premiums for superior Leachman sired calves. Our simulation model then factors in all of the effects on both income and expense to come up with a net profit figure for each bull. $Profit allows you to compare any two bulls and calculate the difference in profit that they are expected to generate in your herd. Let s compare a $10,000 $Profit bull to $6,000 $Profit bull (the average 2008 born Angus bull). The predicted difference between the bulls is $4,000 or about $40 per calf. $Profit works for us and it will work for you too. On the Ranch, In the Feedlot, & On the Rail, $Profit simply works! $PROFIT TM What traits are included in $Profit: $Profit includes nearly every trait that impacts profitability. The effect of most traits on profit is fairly simple to understand. Here is the list of what is included and its effect: Revenue Traits Calving ease = more calves Weaning & yearling EPD = more weight Fertility (days to conception) = more weight and more calves Carcass weight = worth more up to 1050 lbs. Marbling = valued based on grid premiums Ribeye area = value as impacts yield grade % Retail Product = more yield is more meat Cost Traits Cow mature size = bigger eats more Cow intake = more intake costs more Feedlot feed efficiency = cost of gain Some traits are not so easily characterized for $Profit. Milk, for example, is a good thing until you get too much. When over +25, milk EPD has a more negative effect on fertility than it has a positive effect on weaning weight. There are a few traits not yet included in $Profit: longevity, structure, and disposition. These traits are important but difficult to express in dollars. Feed Efficiency Explained: Feed:Gain: Difference in the amount of feed a bull's progeny will consume to produce one pound of gain. Example: A F:G EPD means this animal's progeny will consume 1/2 pound less feed per pound of gain than would progeny of a 0.00 F:G EPD sire. Feed Intake: Difference in feed consumption of each of a bull's progeny in a 112 day feeding period. Example: A steer whose sire has a -100 Intake EPD will eat 100 pounds less feed in 112 days than one whose sire had a zero Intake EPD. (970) Page 3

6 We know from our own cowherds that losing calves to brisket at any time from birth through yearling stage can have significant financial cost. We are convinced that pulmonary artery pressure () scores are very strong predictors of whether or not animals will have the disease. For this reason, we have collected over 2,432 scores on cattle in our program. Unfortunately, taking measurements will not solve the problem. Most ranchers know that buying tested bulls reduces the problems with brisket, but most still report losing 3% - 8% of their calves to brisket depending on the year. This level of calf loss is still unacceptable! We believe that the best strategy to reduce brisket disease is to use expected progeny differences (EPDs) for. Think of selecting for low birth weight. Just buying bulls under 80 pounds would help calving ease, but using low birth weight EPD bulls is a much more effective strategy. This is true, because an EPD takes into account much more information. For example, buying a 75 lb. BW bull out of a sire that generally sires very heavy calves is far less likely to be easy calving than is a similar BW bull out of a sire that generally sires light calves. The same is the case with. Our EPD closely relates to the actual score of the bulls as shown in the graph below. The correlation between the scores and the EPDs are 80%. This is typical in a trait like that is 30% heritable. However, as with all EPDs, you can see that some bulls score better or worse on the EPDs than on the actual score. Ranchers concerned with scores should use the EPDs not the actual scores. It is clear to us that sires with EPD s over +3 have tremendous death loss on their calves. Sires with +1 or less on EPD are typically considered sires that are good at altitude. The sixty-six sale bulls that are under -0.7 on should be used to dramatically reduce brisket disease in herds that suffer from significant high altitude disease problems. Key points to regarding and EPDs: We have taken 2,432 scores (all by Dr. Tim Holt). is 30% heritable. The EPDs reported were calculated by Colorado State University. Selecting bulls using the EPD is FAR more accurate than simply using the scores. Herds that have significant brisket disease should use the lowest EPD bulls. Score Leachman Cattle of Colorado is committed to helping ranchers reduce the losses from brisket disease. Leachman Score vs EPD Score = (5.5 x EPD) + 43 R² = EPD Dr. Tim Holt Testing. Page 4 see video at

7 We will deliver at least 80% of the distance to your operation. We will not drop at your ranch except on purchases over $80,000. Preferred drop points are not guaranteed and are subject to change depending on load routes Suggested Delivery Point Map Southwest delivery sites arranged as needed Southeast delivery sites arranged as needed The following destinations have been selected as Preferred Drop Points. Please select the three drop points which are most convenient for you. Drop points may be adjusted at sale time depending on the location and purchases of buyers. Please keep in mind that this is a guide for preferred drop points not guaranteed drop points. Please give the transportation rep all of your phone numbers, directions, Northeast delivery sites arranged as needed and turn out dates to make delivery as smooth as possible. Please note the cost of delivery associated with each drop point. These charges will be reflected on your invoice on a per head basis. On Purchases over $80,000, deleivery will be made directly to the buyers operation at the per head cost of the nearest drop point. Southeast, Northeast and Southwest: Each year several loads are sent to these regions. Routes will be determined based on purchases. Canada: All cattle will be delivered to the nearest port of entry. Buyers are responsible for Export documentation / health fees. 1 Ozark AR $325 2 Brush CO $80 3 Pueblo CO $100 4 Limon CO $100 5 La Junta CO $120 6 Fruita CO $150 7 Blackfoot ID $220 8 Twin Falls ID $240 9 Caldwell ID $ Peoria IL $ Indianapolis IN $ Carroll IA $ Colfax IA $ Salina KS $ Colby KS $ Hays KS $ Mcquady KY $ Bagley MN $ Pierz MN $ St. Joseph MO $ Kingdom City MO $ Joplin MO $ Bozeman MT $ Butte MT $ Missoula MT $ Great Falls MT $ Billings MT $ Miles City MT $ Wolf Point MT $ Gordon NE $ Atkinson NE $ Ogallala NE $ Lexington NE $ Tecumseh NE $ Elko NV $ Winnemucca NV $ Fallon NV $ Raton NM $ Albuquerque NM $ Deming NM $ Williston ND $ Minot ND $ Rugby ND $ Beach ND $ Bismarck ND $ S. Coffeyville OK $ Oak CityWest OK $ Guymon OK $ Vale OR $ Burns OR $ McLaughlin SD $ Aberdeen SD $ Watertown SD $ Belle Fourche SD $ Philip SD $ Presho SD $ Montrose SD $ Amarillo TX $ San Angelo TX $ West TX $ Ogden UT $ Scipio UT $ Davenport WA $ Sheridan WY $ Glenrock WY $ Worland WY $ Riverton WY $ Gillette WY $ Fresno CA $ Oakdale CA $ Okeechobee FL $ Atlanta GA $ Franklin KY $ Raleigh NC $ Columbus OH $ Pittsburgh PA $ Knoxville TN $ Mendota IL $ Pratt KS $ Junction City KS $ Fort Worth TX $ Charleston WV $495 (970) Page 5

8 Professional Bull Buyers Guide How to read this catalog 1. Reg#: the registration number of the animal. NotReg means the animal is not registered. Pending means that a registration number has been applied for, but was not issued at the time of catalog printing. 2. Brd: breed of the animal if two breeds or less are involved. If more than two breeds are in the animal, then the composition shows the percent British and the percent Continental, i.e. 58B 42C means 58% British and 42% Continental. 3. DOB: date of birth 4. Color: BLK = black, BWF = black white face, BBF = black brockle face, RED = red, RWF = red white face, WHT = white. 5. Mating type: E = embryo transplant, A = via artificial insemination, N = natural service 6. Sex: B = Bull, H = Female 7. P = polled. S = scurred. H = horned. 8. Cooperator herd where the bull was raised. 9. Pen where the bull is located. 10. Genetic Defect codes - a C appended to the end denotes carrier and an F denotes tested free and P denotes possible but untested. NH - Neuropathic Hydrocephalus AM - Arthrogryposis Multiplex CA - Contractural Arachnodactyly OS - Osteopetrosis DD -Developmental Duplication Phenotype Scores to Make Bull Buying Easier: 11. : Calving Ease is the predicted calving ease if you use the bull on heifers. If there is a number in the brown box, this indicates the breed calculated calving ease direct EPD. In addition, we provide our Leachman estimated calving star system. ***** The easiest calving bulls in the industry. **** Use on smaller heifers with minimal assistance needed *** Use on larger heifers with some assistance expected. 12. Growth: This is a score from one star to five stars, where five stars means maximum growth. Even the 101 LCOC TEN X S278C Scores Nt Reg 9/17/15 A P Pen: Act BW B 27C BLK B KKN Mytty In Focus Growth ***** A A R Ten X 7008 S A Maternal ***** A A R Lady Kelton 5551 Feed/Carc ***** Leachman Talisman X137T Phenotype ***** LCoC Talisman XX132 Disposition 32 TES Stabilizer UX $Ranch $55 1% $Feeder $ % $Profit $18, % Top 3% WW, Top 1% YW, 117 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% REA, Top 1% F:G. one star bulls are as growthy as any bull in America 20 years ago. 13. Maternal: This is an estimate of maternal efficiency, NOT milk. It includes cow size, milk, fertility, and growth. The bulls are scored from one star to five stars. Five star bulls will produce some of the most profitable cows in the industry if you sell calves at weaning. 14. Feedlot: This looks at all of the post weaning traits including gain, conversion, carcass weight, and carcass merit. Scored from one star to five stars, where five stars would produce maximum overall value in your feeder calves. 15. Phenotype: A combination of eye appeal and overall kind. Scored from one star to five stars. Five star bulls are the best phenotypic bulls in the sale (in our opinion)! Two star bulls are less attractive visually than average. 16. Disposition: Our traditional score of 1 5 on disposition. Score 5 bulls are bulls you can walk up to and touch. Score 3 is about average historically for Leachman bulls. However, we are making a concerted effort to improve disposition, so most bulls score 3 or higher. The bulls scored 2.5 or 2 are nervous and do not like to be in close quarters with people on foot but they are great for big range operations. 17. Actual birth weight. This is not adjusted for age of the dam. EPDs/ABCs Breed Association EPDs (Expected Progeny Differences) are listed for all registered animals. Leachman ABCs (Across Breed Comparisons) are listed for all un-registered animals. All ABCs are on an Angus base and can Page 6 see video at

9 be compared across breeds within this catalog. EPDs are appropriate association EPDs without any adjustments. 18. Birth weight EPD/ABC expressed on an Angus scale (or breed scale for Red Angus, Hereford, and Charolais). 19. Weaning weight EPD/ABC expressed on a breed scale. The Stabilizers are expressed on an Angus scale. 20. Yearling EPD/ABC expressed on a breed scale. The Stabilizers are expressed on an Angus scale. 21. Milk EPD/ABC expressed on a breed scale. The Stabilizers are expressed on an Angus scale. This is the best predictor of a bull s daughter s ability to milk. It measures the difference in weaning weight that will be produced between one bull s daughters and another bull s daughters due solely to milk. 22. IMF is the ultrasound based EPD/ABC for marbling expressed on a breed scale. The Stabilizers are expressed on an Angus scale. 23. REA is the ultrasound based EPD/ABC for ribeye area expressed on a breed scale. The Stabilizers are expressed on an Angus scale. 24. MWT is the predicted mature weight of daughters that you will get if you use the bull on a 1250 pound cow. If your cows weigh 1350, add 100 to this predicted weight. If your cows weigh only 1150, subtract 100 from this predicted weight. This EPD is the best indicator of daughter size -- far better than frame score or yearling height. 25. F:G is the pedigree estimated feed to gain EPD that predicts the feedlot efficiency of the bulls offspring. A negative number means that the bull s progeny will feed more efficiently. Example: means that the bulls progeny will require ½ pound less feed per pound of gain. 26. Intake: is an estimate of the amount of feed that the bull s progeny will consume over a 112 day feeding period. It is expressed in pounds. Animals with higher intake will consume more throughout their life. Animals with lower intake will consume less. 27. FS is an EPD, expressed as frame score, predicting the yearling frame score of a sire s progeny, compared to that of other sires. 28. SC is an EPD, expressed in centimeters, predicting the yearling scrotal circumference of a sire s progeny, compared to that of other sires. 29. $Ranch EPD: This Leachman profit index that predicts weaning profitability based on calving ease, weaning weight, maternal milk, cow cost, and FERTILITY. Based on producing 100 calves. This EPD assumes a slide on calf prices of $10 / cwt. 30. $Feeder: This number is expressed in terms of the bull s added value to the sale price of your feeder calves. It is expressed in dollars per head. Thus when comparing a +100 bull vs. a +50 bull, we expect the first bull to sire calves worth $50 per head more at weaning (regardless of their weight). 31. $Profit EPD: One, simple, proven number that gives each trait a weight according to its impact on profit. 32. : Indicates the bull was individually measured for feed intake. Bulls without this notation, were not individually measured. Unmeasured bulls have EPD s based on their parental average. 33. : New EPD. See page 4 for mor information. Key to bull comments: Any reference to % rank is the percentile rank within that bull s breed. Top 1% means the animal ranks better than 99% of the population on that trait. Reference to the number rank (i.e. #2 $Profit) is the bulls rank within his breed within the sale bulls for that trait. So, #4 F:G ST means the 4th best Feed:Gain Stabilizer bull in the sale. All bulls are evaluated for foot soundness. Bulls below a 3 score are deemed to have less than desirable hooves. 2.5 Feet = flatter heal and/or slightly longer toe. 2.0 Feet = flatter heal and much longer toe. 1.5 Feet = evidence of toes curling in on front or hind feet. All such bulls feet have been trimmed and sell with our complete guarantee. Other abbreviations used in the comments include: Dam NR indicates that the bull s dam has five calves with an average weaning ratio of 101 WR & NR = weaning or nursing ratio. How the calf ranked within herd on their adjusted weaning weight. YR = yearling ratio. How the calf ranked within herd on adjusted yearling weight. AWW = adjusted 205 day weaning weight. AYW = adjusted 365 day yearling weight. REA & IMF = either adjusted data or ratios for ultrasound ribeye area and inter-muscular fat (marbling). ADG = average daily gain on test. WDA = weight per day of age at a year. Stay = the Red Angus EPD for Stayability. This predicts the likelihood that a bull s daughters stay in the herd. +14 means that 14% more of this bull s daughters will be in the herd at age 6. (970) Page 7

10 Sweetwater Ranch is using high $Profit Stabilizers to build great replacements AND great feedlot cattle. Chad Williams, Manager and Bob Schmidt, Owner of Sweetwater Ranch Bob wants low cost, moderate cows; but I also want steers that hit it out of the park. ~ Chad Williams Sweetwater Ranch, Hays, KS For Bob, this means keeping cow size moderate. Nonetheless, Chad wants steers that have growth and carcass merit that will rank high in the industry. By measuring all traits and balancing them with $Profit, the Sweetwater Ranch is hitting both goals. The Sweetwater replacement females, pictured below, will check all of the boxes. They fit the environment, are easy fleshing, calve without difficulty, and raise good calves. A Trinity daughter. Sweetwater replacements on native range. Page 8 see video at

11 Hook s Trinity 9T 991 is a 15 month old Trinity steer. 127 Sweetwater Steers converted 5.3:1 and graded 66% Certified Angus Beef! AI sired by high $Profit Stabilizer bulls. Converted 5.3: hot carcass weight square inch avg ribeye area. 3.2 avg yield grade. 14% Yield Grade 4 s. 98% Choice or better. Leachman Prophet J030Z 921 is a 15 month old Prophet son that had a carcass weight of 960, a ribeye area of 16.8 square inches, graded upper 2/3 Choice (CAB), and had a yield grade of 2.8. He did it all! These Trinity, Prophet, and cleanup Stabilizer sired steers rang the bell! (970) Page 9

12 High $Ranch Stabilizers are building a better cowherd for the IX Ranch I am definitely happy with our 2016 production report. We re a large outfit and run on big country with under 14 of total precipitation. Our goal is to have an efficient cow that will have high fertility and high pounds weaned per cow exposed in our environment. We are raising 600 pound steer calves out of 1,200 pound cows. We are almost up to 550 pounds weaned per cow bred! Using Leachman Stabilizer bulls, we have our cowherd profit traits moving in the right direction. Our cows mature weight and frame are moderating, milk is not too high or too low, and our preg rates are up. So far this year, our mid-aged cows are 94% pregnant. ~ Rich Roth, Manager IX Ranch, Big Sandy, MT Rich Roth, Steve Roth, and Lee Leachman sort through the yearling Stabilizers bulls each Spring to select the ideal set for the IX Ranch. Heavy selection pressure is placed on $Ranch, disposition, and optimal cow traits. Plus, the average $Profit is going up each year. Page 10 see video at

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14 High $Profit Stabilizers are moving these young herds to the top! Brock & Brett Christensen Ruskin NE Our goal is to move our average, put-together herd of generic cows to as high a level of performance as genetically possible as fast and as economically as we can. We are doing it with Leachman Stabilizer genetics. Our first 71 head of steers converted 5.85 to one and reached a payweight of 1,436 pounds. They dressed 66% to produce an average carcass weight of 914 pounds. We are going to continue to use high $Profit Stabilizers in our AI program and we will continue to retain ownership. ~ Brett Christensen, Partner This modern day, Stabilizer baldy graded Choice, gained 4.43 pounds per day, and maxed out the carcass weight at 1050 pounds. The Christensen cattle have above average quality grade and performance, but where they really excel is their overall muscle dimension. The cattle averaged a dressing percentage of 66%, yet only had 10% 4 s and higher. That allowed them to bank an extra $100 per head over market average. Now, with their investment in Leachman 18 Karat it will be really fun to watch the strides that their program will make. ~ Steve Scholz, Lincoln County Feed Yard North Platte, NE Page 12 see video at

15 Using high $Profit Stabilizers their cow size is going down and their calf weights are going up! My goal has been to make my herd as efficient as possible I want the cattle to adapt to the environment, not the other way around. We are threading the needle by lowering inputs and overhead while increasing output and profits. We focus on getting retained heterosis and feed efficiency from Leachman. We started 10 years ago and our cattle took off like a rocket. The Stabilizers lowered our cowherd mature wights and frame scores without lowering our weaning weights in fact our calf weights are going up! Our Stabilizer sired heifers progeny outgrow our mature cow s calves off grass The Nelson herd calves in 45 days with 65% of the calves sired by AI. ~ Jason Nelson Nelson Family Farms Formoso, KS The Nelson s have reduced their supplemental feeding from 90 days down to just 30 by calving later. Their goal is to get to zero days of feeding! (970) Page 13

16 We are deep into the Leachman program. We want it all! We are using two tools: $Profit bulls and DNA testing. Our goals are to have quiet temperaments, wean a high percentage of good, healthy calves at an early age and produce feed lot cattle that really put on the weight with high daily gain and feed efficiency. We want to harvest the calves at months of age and earn as many carcass premiums as possible. Fall Leachman $Profit bulls being trailed to summer mountain pastures. ~ Mike Healy L U Ranch Worland, WY Page 14 see video at

17 Our cows winter graze and range calve on high, semi-arid ranges from 5000 to We do not feed hay, but do supplement with protein tubs. Our total carrying capacity is limited by our public range carrying capacity limits. Year in and year out we are around 1400 cows. We keep very close track of what the cows are doing: 90% pregnant on our yearling heifers in a short, 30 day season with timed AI and natural service cleanup. 96%+ pregnancy on the cowherd. We then sell any bred cow that will not calve in the first 45 days. 92% - 95% weaned calves/pregnant cows depending on Spring storms. These numbers have all improved over the last 15 years as the cows were increasingly the result of high $Profit Leachman Stabilizer bulls. (970) Page 15

18 Lee asked me how we were going to top last year s data. Our cull replacement heifers did it all! ~ Mike & Sarah Healy L U Ranch Worland, WY This couple is one of the best bull buying teams in the country! A steer mate to LU heifers: 907 lb. carcass weight 16.2 in2 ribeye area Upper 2/3 CH (CAB) Converted 4.5 to 1 $1,824 return to ranch LU Cull Heifers Harvested 1/8/2016 Average Daily Gain 4.3 lbs. / day Hot carcass weight 906 lbs. Ribeye area 15.6 sq. inches % Choice 98% % CAB & Prime 46% % YG 3 or better 92% No death loss. Average gross per head: $2, Page 16 see video at

19 I ve never seen maternal cattle with so much feedlot and carcass merit! These feed lot cattle come out of maternal genetics that work in rough country. I know the females work, I purchased LU heifers and calved them at my home place. This is fun. The progress we re making is mind boggling. ~ Kevin Unger, Resource Mgr. Lincoln County Feed Yard Stapleton, NE (Former lot manager of Decatur County) (970) Page 17

20 The Stabilizer Breed The Stabilizer breed is a multi-breed composite developed by Leachman Cattle Company. The breed is based on research done by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) at their Animal Research Service (ARS) at the MARC, Clay Center, Nebraska. The Stabilizer breed is a blend of Stabilizers at the Tessari Ranch British and Continental inputs. The original formation was 25% of four breeds each Red Angus, Hereford, Simmental, and Gelbvieh. The Stabilizer combines the fleshing ability, marbling, and moderate size of the British breeds with the muscle, milk, and growth of the Continental breeds. As a four breed composite, the Stabilizer retains 75% of the F1 hybrid vigor and thus allows producers to crossbreed with simplicity. The MARC (Meat Animal Research Center) started a project in 1973 called the Germ Plasm Utilization (GPU) project. Stabilizers at the Reiger Ranch The research project was led by Dr. Larry Cundiff and Dr. Kieth Gregory two scientists widely regarded as world-wide leaders in crossbreeding research. The goal of the GPU project was to study the impact of hybrid vigor or heterosis on all production traits. As part of this project, the government station developed three different multi-breed composites populations to see how hybrid vigor was retained in multiple generations of composite x composite crossbreeding. The composites where named Marc I (¾ Continental, ¼ British), Marc II (½ Continental, Stabilizers are bred to be maternally efficient - they wean a high percentage of calf weight to cow weight. ½ British), and the Marc III (¼ Continental, ¾ British). The research at the MARC showed several advantages that come from crossbreeding. Most importantly they showed Highly productive Tessari Stabilizers that hybrid vigor has a large impact on beef cattle production. The research demonstrated an 8% improvement in weaning weight when a purebred cow is mated to a bull of a different breed. The research also showed that crossbred cows are far more productive than purebred cows. The benefits came in multiple areas including more milk production, Typical mature Stabilizer bull at the Grubl Ranch better body condition, faster re-breeding, and a longer productive lifetime. In total, the crossbred cows weaned 23% more weight than did purebred cows. Historically, crossbreeding requires the use of complicated mating systems to keep the hybrid vigor effect. Scientists designed rotational systems using three breeds. However, such systems were too complicated. Furthermore, they resulted in wide swings in breed composition, and prevented breeders from having a uniform, well adapted herd. As an alternative, the researchers at MARC developed multi-breed composites. Their study confirmed that such composite breeds retain hybrid vigor in proportion to the number of breeds used using more breeds generates more retention of hybrid vigor. The Marc II composite, with four breeds, retains 75% of the Page 18 see video at

21 Stabilizers are selected for udder quality. Stabilizer calves have more muscle shape than do straight Angus calves. F1 hybrid vigor. Thus, breeders can breed composite bulls to composite females and keep most of the available hybrid vigor. As scientists developed the composites at Clay Center, Dr. Gregory was asked to help a private commercial cattlemen, named Pat Vinton, build a composite program in central Nebraska. Based on research work, Dr. Gregory recommended that Mr. Vinton develop a composite patterned after the Marc II. Thus, Pat started with two different herds of females where he crossed Red Angus with Simmental and Gelbvieh with Hereford. He then used the resulting F1 bulls over the females in reciprocal matings to build the mix of 25% from each breed. In 1988, Lee Leachman visited the Vinton herd in Nebraska to inspect the cattle. Lee was so impressed with the herd that he convinced Mr. Vinton to send bulls to Leachman Cattle Company for sale in their World s Largest Bull Sale in Billings, MT. Unfortunately, Mr. Vinton passed away unexpectedly less than two years later. This led to the eventual sale of the Vinton herd to Mr. Bob Tessari and family. The Tessari s moved the herd to Baab, Montana. When the Tessari family dispersed in 2011, the best breeding females were obsorbed throughout the LCoC Cooperator base. Since 1988, Leachman s have made many changes in the foundation Stabilizer population to increase their profitability. The original herd was mostly red with white faces and had a large percentage of horned cattle. The cattle lacked sufficient pigmentation on their udder and face region. Using solid red and black, polled Simmental x Angus and Gelbvieh x Angus hybrids from the Leachman herd, the breed color was made more solid with an increase in pigmentation and the polled gene coming as well. In terms of trait selection, the breed was initially selected for improved post weaning gain. Then pressure was put on carcass merit to increase ribeye area and marbling. Finally, downward pressure was placed on birth weight. The resulting population resembles Angus in many ways, while still retaining hybrid vigor. Despite the merit of the Stabilizer s original breed mix, at Leachman s decided to open the mix of the composite to allow for the use of the best possible bloodlines. In the late 90 s, this meant the absorption of the Leachman Rangemaker line that included Angus, South Devon, Tarentaise, and Salers into the Stabilizer herd. In more recent years, top crossing using purebred Angus, Gelbvieh, and Simmental herd sires has been used to rapidly incorporate the Stabilizers yearling heifers are easy to most advanced purebred lines. raise and breed. Currently, Leachman is working to incorporate South Devon lines to take the place of the original Hereford breed inputs. Today, the Leachman Stabilizer population ranges from 3/8 British 5/8 Continental to ¾ British ¼ Continental. The three primary breed inputs continue to be Angus, Simmental, and Gelbvieh. Since 1988, Leachman has marketed over 12,000 Stabilizer bulls. Customers from across the United States are successfully utilizing Stabilizers to improve their bottom line. The Stabilizer breed is also popular and growing in the UK, Australia, and in New Zealand. Most Stabilizer customers utilize the breed to simplify their crossbreeding program. The breed is used to produce crossbred females that thrive under most temperate conditions found in the United States. A number of the largest Stabilizer customers are utilizing the breed to produce ideal feeder and carcass cattle. The Stabilizer s combination of muscle and marbling is unique in the industry as they marble far better than any Continental breed and have muscling and yield that is superior to Angus. The current selection pressure on the Stabilizer herd emphasizes selection for feed efficiency through the use of Leachman s feed efficiency EPD. In Leachman s 2015 Spring Bull sale, 353 Stabilizer bulls averaged over $7,040 all selling to commercial ranchers. Stabilizer bulls keep their condition and breed more cows because of their hybrid vigor. (970) Page 19

22 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TEN X S278C Scores Nt Reg 9/17/15 A P Pen: Act BW 77 73B 27C BLK B KKN Mytty In Focus Growth ***** A A R Ten X 7008 S A Maternal ***** A A R Lady Kelton 5551 Feed/Carc ***** Leachman Talisman X137T Phenotype ***** LCoC Talisman XX132 Disposition 4.0 TES Stabilizer UX $Ranch $55 1% $Feeder $ % $Profit $18, % Top 3% WW, Top 1% YW, 117 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% REA, Top 1% F:G. Lot LCOC RITO 12K6 S289C Scores Nt Reg 10/14/15 N P Pen: Act BW 70B 30C BLK B KKN 94 Rito Revenue 5M2 of 2536 Pre Growth ***** Rito 12K6 of 0O6 Rito 5M2 Maternal **** Rita 0O6 of Rita 5F56 OBJ Feed/Carc ***** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Phenotype **** TES STABILIZER TL089 Disposition 3.0 TES Arrival R $Ranch $38 16% $Feeder $ % $Profit $15, % Top 2% WW, 119 YR, Top 2% YW, 141 IMFR, 117 REAR, Top 1% REA. Lot LCOC TRINITY J142C Scores Nt Reg 9/18/15 A P Pen: Act BW 62AN38SM BLK B HEN 92 HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Trinity 9T Maternal **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** G A R Predestined Phenotype ***** Southern Pride Disposition 4.0 Southern BonView Pride $Ranch $39 15% $Feeder $103 2% $Profit $12,612 2% 119 WR, Top 10% WW, 117 YR, Top 4% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% F:G. Lot LCOC TRINITY J143C Scores Nt Reg 9/21/15 A P Pen: Act BW 77 62AN38SM BLK B HEN * HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** G A R Further Progress Phenotype ***** LCoC Isabella AG007 Disposition 4.0 LCoC Isabella WG $Ranch $62 0.2% $Feeder $108 2% $Profit $15, % Top 10% WW, 105 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% REA. Lot 104 Page 20 see video at

23 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TRINITY J141C Scores Nt Reg 9/15/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 62AN38SM BLK B HEN HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** Mytty In Focus Phenotype ***** LCoC Jamet YG010 Disposition 4.0 LCOC JAMET RG $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $109 1% $Profit $13, % Top 15% WW, 108 YR, Top 10% YW, 112 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, 111 REAR. 106 LCOC YOSEMITE U386C Scores Nt Reg 9/13/15 A P Pen: Act BW 79 73B 27C BLK B MEL Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** Connealy Final Product Phenotype ***** MEL Hybrid Z096 Disposition 4.0 MEL Hybrid U $Ranch $54 1% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $12,928 1% 113 WR, 113 YR, Top 3% IMF, 118 REAR, Top 1% REA, Top 25% INT. 107 LCOC TEN X S279C Scores Nt Reg 9/20/15 A P Pen: Act BW 71 73B 25C BLK B KKN Mytty In Focus Growth **** A A R Ten X 7008 S A Maternal ***** A A R Lady Kelton 5551 Feed/Carc **** Leachman Talisman X137T Phenotype **** TES STABILIZER WX567 Disposition 4.0 TES Stabilizer PX $Ranch $42 9% $Feeder $94 4% $Profit $12,243 2% Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 4% REA, Top 1% F:G. Lot 106 Lot LCOC TRINITY U435C Scores Nt Reg 9/24/15 A P Pen: Act BW 74 62B 38C BLK B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** LCC GRAVITY B252L Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid Z132 Disposition $Ranch $44 7% $Feeder $85 8% $Profit $11,661 3% 113 WR, Top 10% WW, 108 YR, Top 15% YW, 111 IMFR, Top 10% IMF. A Top Cut of 18 Month-old bulls out of the heart of our Fall Calving Herd Lot 108 (970) Page 21

24 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC PROPHET J145C Scores Nt Reg 9/24/15 A P Pen: Act BW 81AN19SM BLK B HEN 90 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Prophet J030Z Maternal ***** LCoC Isabel UG390 Feed/Carc *** G A R RETAIL PRODUCT Phenotype ***** LCoC Tidy Bee TG013 Disposition 3.0 LCC TEHAMA K $Ranch $42 9% $Feeder $78 12% $Profit $10,822 6% Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% F:G, Top 3% SC. Lot LCOC BIG GENE U444C Scores Nt Reg 9/27/15 A P Pen: Act BW 59AR35SM RED B MEL 82 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal *** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** LCC GRAVITY B252L Phenotype ***** MEL Hybrid U103 Disposition $Ranch $34 24% $Feeder $79 12% $Profit $10,096 10% 115 WR, Top 10% WW, 117 YR, Top 10% YW, 112 IMFR, Top 1% REA. Lot LCOC YOSEMITE L099C Scores Nt Reg 9/16/15 A P Pen: Act BW 79 38B 62C BLK B KKN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** Leachman Yosemite X730Y Maternal **** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** TNT JUMP START R238 Phenotype **** TES STABILIZER XL043 Disposition 4.0 TES STABILIZER UX $Ranch $39 14% $Feeder $80 11% $Profit $10,703 7% Top 20% IMF, Top 3% REA, Top 20% MWT, easy going bull. Lot LCOC BIG GENE U366C Scores Nt Reg 9/4/15 A P Pen: Act BW 59AR35SM RED B MEL 82 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal *** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** BECKTON LANCER F442 T Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid X257 Disposition $Ranch $25 51% $Feeder $82 10% $Profit $9,508 14% Top 15% WW, 115 YR, Top 10% YW, 113 IMFR, Top 25% IMF, Top 1% REA. Lot 112 Page 22 see video at

25 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC PROPHET J146C Scores Nt Reg 9/26/15 A P Pen: Act BW 67 81AN19SM BLK B HEN * Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Prophet J030Z Maternal ***** LCoC Isabel UG390 Feed/Carc *** LCC New Standard Phenotype **** LCoC B C Sunset YG418 Disposition 3.0 LCoC B C Sunset TG $Ranch $59 0.4% $Feeder $85 8% $Profit $13,084 1% Top 5% WW, Top 5% YW, 110 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 5% REA, Top 10% F:G. Lot LCOC TRINITY U415C Scores Nt Reg 9/18/15 A P Pen: Act BW 70 59AR38SM RED B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc **** LCoC CONQUEST A055Y Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid A089 Disposition $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $92 5% $Profit $12,429 2% 108 WR, 110 YR, 109 IMFR, Top 10% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 3% INT. Lot LCOC YOSEMITE U381C Scores Nt Reg 9/11/15 A P Pen: Act BW 63 68B 32C BLK B MEL * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** SCHULER ENVY 7342T Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid W247 Disposition $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $69 19% $Profit $10,484 8% 143 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 15% MWT, Top 15% F:G, Gentle. 116 LCOC TESTIFY D099C Scores Nt Reg 8/11/15 A P Pen: Act BW 60 61AR39SM BLK B GIL ** Hooks Trinity 9T Growth * Leachman Testify D003Z Maternal ***** HXC 582R Feed/Carc *** LCoC Prorege J143X Phenotype *** Gilbrea X-L Zara 79Z Disposition 3.5 Gilbrea Shear Excellence 79X $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $67 21% $Profit $10,301 9% Top 25% IMF, scanned 14.6 REA, Top 20% REA, Top 1% MWT, Top 8% INT. Bulls on these pages are all sired by our most impactful AI herd sires in the Leachman system Lot 116 (970) Page 23

26 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC ADVANCER S292C Scores Nt Reg 10/16/15 N P Pen: Act BW 87AR10GV BLK B HEN 89 G A R Progress Growth ***** Leachman Advancer J169A Maternal *** TES Stabilizer TX365 Feed/Carc ***** GAR-EGL Protege Phenotype *** LCoC Middlebrook XG548 Disposition 3.0 LCoC Middlebrook RG $Ranch $28 39% $Feeder $ % $Profit $15, % Top 2% WW, Top 2% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 15% F:G. Lot LCOC STABILITY X409C Scores Nt Reg 9/23/15 A P Pen: Act BW 50B 50C BLK B KKN EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth ***** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ***** Leachman Talisman X137T Phenotype *** TES STABILIZER XX154 Disposition 4.0 TES Blend S $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $ % $Profit $16, % 806 AWW, 138 WR, 1332 AYW, 130 YR, 123 REAR, Top 1% F:G, Top 2% INT. Lot LCOC CACTUS 104C (R026C) Scores Nt Reg 9/30/15 S Pen: Act BW 92DS4HH RED B DRN 89 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth ***** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal *** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc ***** DLCC STAMINA 138R Phenotype *** DLCC SANSA 128X Disposition 4.0 DLCC AMANDA'S PENNY 55K $Ranch $25 59% $Feeder $ % $Profit $15, % 115 WR, Top 1% WW & YW, 116 IMFR, 110 REAR, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT. Lot LCOC CHARGE 108C (R029C) Scores Nt Reg 11/1/15 P Pen: Act BW 92DS4HH BRN B DRN 70 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth ***** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal ***** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc ***** MJB SHUR LOC 106S Phenotype **** DLCC NATALIE 116Z Disposition 4.0 DLCC NATALIE 68T $Ranch $45 4% $Feeder $121 2% $Profit $14, % 114 WR, Top 2% WW, Top 2% YW, Top 1% REA, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT. Lot 120 Page 24 see video at

27 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC YOSEMITE S294C Scores Nt Reg 10/30/15 N P Pen: Act BW 90 75AN13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** GAR-EGL Protege Phenotype *** LCoC Blackcap XG545 Disposition 3.5 LCOC BLACKCAP RG $Ranch $60 0.2% $Feeder $76 14% $Profit $12,512 2% 111 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 1% F:G, Top 6% INT, less feet. Lot LCOC TRINITY U370C Scores Nt Reg 9/7/15 A P Pen: Act BW 55 59AR41SM BLK B MEL ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** LCC ABOVE &BEYOND 1300J Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid Z005 Disposition 4.0 MEL Hybrid X $Ranch $58 0.4% $Feeder $74 15% $Profit $12,120 2% 107 WR, Top 25% WW, 114 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 20% F:G. Lot LCOC TRINITY U394C Scores Nt Reg 9/15/15 A P Pen: Act BW 68 59B 41C BLK B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** RED CROWFOOT OLE'S OSCAR Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid A163 Disposition $Ranch $42 10% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $11,737 3% 106 WR, Top 20% WW, 108 YR, Top 15% YW, 114 IMFR, Top 3% IMF & REA. 124 LCOC YOSEMITE S290C Scores Nt Reg 10/14/15 N P Pen: Act BW 78 75AN13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** Leachman Converge G227U Phenotype *** LCoC Isabella XG529 Disposition 4.0 LCoC Isabella RG $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $73 16% $Profit $11,518 4% Top 10% IMF, Top 3% REA, Top 20% MWT, Top 6% F:G, Top 2% INT. 125 LCOC YOSEMITE S286C Scores Nt Reg 10/12/15 N P Pen: Act BW 73 75AN13SM BLK B HEN * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** Summitcrest Darth 0W21 Phenotype **** LCoC Beulah YG023 Disposition 4.0 LCOC BEULAH RG $Ranch $59 0.3% $Feeder $62 27% $Profit $11,174 5% Top 1% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 2% F:G, Top 20% INT. Lot 125 (970) Page 25

28 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TRINITY U457C Scores Nt Reg 10/4/15 A P Pen: Act BW 82 57AR40SM RED B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** BECKTON NEBULA M045 Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid Y137 Disposition $Ranch $48 4% $Feeder $72 17% $Profit $10,941 6% 125 WR, Top 10% WW, 121 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 25% IMF, Top 10% REA. Lot LCOC YOSEMITE U398C Scores Nt Reg 9/15/15 A P Pen: Act BW 74 65B 29C BLK B MEL Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** Phenotype **** MEL Hybrid X384 Disposition $Ranch $47 4% $Feeder $65 24% $Profit $10,222 9% 110 WR, 113 YR, Top 20% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 20% REA, Top 20% INT. Lot LCOC FINAL ANSWER D137C Scores Nt Reg 10/8/15 N P Pen: Act BW 85AR14SM BLK B MEL 77 S A V Final Answer 0035 Growth ***** RIG RAB A102 Maternal ***** RAB MS BLUE MOON Y9252 Feed/Carc ** Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Y280 Disposition $Ranch $48 4% $Feeder $53 38% $Profit $9,255 16% 129 WR, Top 2% WW, 125 YR, Top 4% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 4% SC. Lot LCOC STABILITY U418C Scores Nt Reg 9/19/15 A P Pen: Act BW 53B 16C BLK B MEL 81 EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth **** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** N BAR PRIME TIME D806 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid U159 Disposition $Ranch $58 0.4% $Feeder $67 22% $Profit $11,537 4% 108 WR, 110 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 1% F:G, Top 2% INT. Lot 129 Page 26 see video at

29 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC BIG GENE U371C Scores Nt Reg 9/8/15 A P Pen: Act BW 64 65AR32SM RED B MEL Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** RED CROWFOOT OLE'S OSCAR Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid X171 Disposition $Ranch $42 10% $Feeder $69 20% $Profit $10,034 10% Top 25% WW, 109 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 15% REA. Lot LCOC TRINITY U448C Scores Nt Reg 9/28/15 A P Pen: Act BW 68 62B 38C RED B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** LCC GRAVITY B252L Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Z058 Disposition $Ranch $47 4% $Feeder $87 7% $Profit $12,043 3% 115 WR, Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 1% REA, less feet. 132 LCOC CRUSER 107C (R028C) Scores Nt Reg 11/10/15 P Pen: Act BW 84DS7AR RED B DRN 74 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth **** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal **** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc ***** DLC MR ROCK 41W Phenotype *** DLCC PIPPA 107Z Disposition 4.0 DLCC PRO 77P $Ranch $36 19% $Feeder $110 1% $Profit $12,992 1% Top 3% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 15% REA, Top 15% F:G, Top 2% INT. 133 LCOC TRINITY U416C Scores Nt Reg 9/18/15 A P Pen: Act BW 67 59AR41SM BLK B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc **** TURN D090T Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid A236 Disposition $Ranch $45 6% $Feeder $94 4% $Profit $12,504 2% 112 WR, Top 10% WW, 116 YR, Top 5% YW, Top 25% IMF, Top 1% REA. 134 LCOC YOSEMITE S285C Scores Nt Reg 10/12/15 N P Pen: Act BW 78 75AN13SM BLK B HEN * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** GAR-EGL Protege Phenotype *** LCoC Lady XG513 Disposition 3.0 LCoC Lady SG $Ranch $51 2% $Feeder $77 13% $Profit $11,637 4% Top 1% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 15% MWT, Top 15% INT, less feet. 135 LCOC YOSEMITE U181C Scores Nt Reg 9/19/15 A P Pen: Act BW 67B 33C BLK B KKN 94 Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth * Leachman Yosemite X730Y Maternal *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** LCOC Right Now G434R Phenotype *** TES STABILIZER TG517 Disposition 3.5 LCC Hairpin NU $Ranch $28 42% $Feeder $68 21% $Profit $8,537 22% 110 IMFR, Top 2% IMF, 108 REAR, Top 25% REA, Top 7% F:G. Age Advantaged Bulls will cover more cows. (970) Page 27

30 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC STABILITY U384C Scores Nt Reg 9/13/15 A P Pen: Act BW 65 38AN19SM RED B MEL EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth *** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** B3R N Electra 1142 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid X096 Disposition $Ranch $59 0.3% $Feeder $78 12% $Profit $12,549 2% Top 20% YW, Top 2% IMF, Top 20% REA, Top 1% F:G, Top 2% INT. Lot LCOC CATSBY 122C (R032C) Scores Nt Reg 10/3/15 P Pen: Act BW 90DS4SM BLK B DRN 70 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth ** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal *** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc *** DLCC SURE-ENUF Phenotype *** MJB DAQUARI 5541R Disposition 3.8 MJB NICKELL 3672N $Ranch $33 29% $Feeder $88 23% $Profit $10,770 18% Top 20% YW, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT, South Devon adds hybrid vigor. 138 LCOC PORTERHOUSE U393C Scores Nt Reg 9/14/15 A P Pen: Act BW 65AR29SM BLK B MEL 78 HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Leachman Porterhouse L094W Maternal ***** T M L Lady 60K M Feed/Carc *** BECKTON LANCER F442 T Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid U254 Disposition 4.0 MEL Hybrid R $Ranch $44 6% $Feeder $74 15% $Profit $10,735 7% 117 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 15% IMF, 112 REAR, Top 1% REA, Top 5% INT. 139 LCOC YOSEMITE X407C Scores Nt Reg 9/22/15 A P Pen: Act BW 77 50B 50C BLK B KKN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** TES MULTIPLE SIRE STABILIZER Phenotype *** TES Stabilizer WX541 Disposition 3.5 TES Stabilizer SX $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $60 29% $Profit $10,381 8% Top 20% IMF, 107 REAR, Top 2% REA, Top 15% MWT, Top 20% F:G. 140 LCOC BIG GENE U452C Scores Nt Reg 9/29/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 68AR32SM RED B MEL Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal **** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** BASIN HOBO 79E Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid S056 Disposition $Ranch $39 13% $Feeder $66 23% $Profit $9,542 13% 112 WR, Top 25% WW, 113 YR, Top 20% YW, 112 IMFR, Top 15% IMF. 141 LCOC OUTBACK 103C (R034C) Scores Nt Reg 9/9/15 P Pen: Act BW 100DS BLK B DRN 67 Growth **** GUM HILL RED 530 Maternal **** Feed/Carc *** DLCC TROPHY 100T Phenotype *** DLCC 109Z Disposition 4.0 DLCC SHOWGIRL 79X $Ranch $38 15% $Feeder $65 57% $Profit $9,290 38% 105 WR, Top 10% WW, 1267 AYW, 109 YR, Top 5% YW, Top 15% F:G. 142 LCOC TRINITY J138C Scores Nt Reg 9/4/15 A P Pen: Act BW 54 62AN38SM BLK B HEN ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** G A R Further Progress Phenotype *** LCoC Wendy AG015 Disposition 4.0 LCoC Wendy YG $Ranch $66 0.1% $Feeder $ % $Profit $16, % Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% REA, Top 10% MWT. Page 28 see video at

31 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC CUERVO 112C (R031C) Scores Nt Reg 11/4/15 S Pen: Act BW 92DS4HH RED B DRN 75 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth **** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal ***** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc ***** MJB SHUR LOC 106S Phenotype *** DLCC LA DI DA 113Z Disposition 4.0 DLCC LA DI DA 14K $Ranch $46 4% $Feeder $121 2% $Profit $14, % 106 WR, Top 4% WW, Top 3% YW, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT, Top 30% SC. 144 LCOC TRINITY U362C Scores Nt Reg 8/29/15 A P Pen: Act BW 37 62AR38SM BLK B MEL ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth ** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ** LCoC CONQUEST A055Y Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid A001 Disposition $Ranch $56 0.7% $Feeder $62 26% $Profit $10,902 6% Top 20% IMF, Top 20% REA, Top 4% MWT, Top 15% F:G, Top 3% INT. 145 LCOC TRINITY U357C Scores Nt Reg 8/28/15 A P Pen: Act BW 53 53AR47SM BLK B MEL * HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ** B3R N Electra 1142 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid X170 Disposition $Ranch $59 0.3% $Feeder $45 48% $Profit $9,747 12% 107 WR, Top 20% WW, 111 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 5% REA, Top 15% MWT. 146 LCOC RANCH HAND X415C Scores Nt Reg 8/6/15 A P Pen: Act BW 87 47B 50C BLK B GIL WHEATLAND BULL 131L Growth **** SAND RANCH HAND Maternal *** SAND LUCKY CHARMER Feed/Carc *** S S Objective T510 0T26 Phenotype *** Killean Objective Udelle 1U Disposition 4.0 LCC STABILIZER DAM $Ranch $29 40% $Feeder $72 17% $Profit $9,002 18% Top 10% WW, 1384 AYW, Top 15% YW, 113 IMFR, Top 3% IMF, Top 1% SC. 147 LCOC FINAL ANSWER B055C Scores Nt Reg 9/28/15 N P Pen: Act BW 65 87AR13SM BLK B MEL * S A V Final Answer 0035 Growth **** RIG RAB A102 Maternal ***** RAB MS BLUE MOON Y9252 Feed/Carc ** BECKTON NEBULA M045 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Y007 Disposition 3.0 MEL Stabilizer W $Ranch $55 0.7% $Feeder $47 29% $Profit $9,439 6% 111 WR, Top 4% WW, 111 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 15% REA, Top 25% MWT. 148 LCOC TRINITY U408C Scores Nt Reg 9/16/15 A P Pen: Act BW 60 62AR38SM BLK B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Porky 2 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid A141 Disposition $Ranch $44 7% $Feeder $87 7% $Profit $11,746 3% Top 15% WW, 110 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 25% F:G. 149 LCOC TRINITY U419C Scores Nt Reg 9/19/15 A P Pen: Act BW 60 62AR38SM BLK B MEL * HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth ** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** LCoC CONQUEST A055Y Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid A026 Disposition 3.0 MEL Hybrid Y $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $86 8% $Profit $12,595 2% 107 WR, 109 YR, 108 IMFR, Top 2% REA, Top 20% F:G, Top 4% INT. Lot 148 (970) Page 29

32 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC BIG GENE U422C Scores Nt Reg 9/20/15 A P Pen: Act BW 69AR31SM RED B MEL 78 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal *** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** BECKTON LANCER F442 T Phenotype *** MEL Stabilizer W048 Disposition $Ranch $32 31% $Feeder $87 7% $Profit $10,553 7% Top 20% WW, 110 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 30% IMF, 122 REAR, Top 1% REA. 151 LCOC STABILITY U361C Scores Nt Reg 9/2/15 A P Pen: Act BW 44B 26C BLK B MEL 78 EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth **** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ** B3R N Electra 1142 Phenotype *** MEL Stabilizer W367 Disposition 3.0 MEL Stabilizer G $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $50 42% $Profit $9,482 14% 113 WR, 113 YR, 105 REAR, Top 10% REA, Top 1% F:G, Top 2% INT. 152 LCOC TRINITY U407C Scores Nt Reg 9/16/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 50SM50AR RED B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Trinity 9T Maternal **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ** LCC RED ANGUS M/S Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid T375 Disposition $Ranch $41 10% $Feeder $61 28% $Profit $9,310 15% Top 20% WW, 112 YR, Top 25% YW, 118 IMFR, Top 20% IMF, less feet. 153 LCOC YOSEMITE S281C Scores Nt Reg 10/6/15 N P Pen: Act BW 80 75AN13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** Rito Revenue 5M2 of 2536 Pre Phenotype *** Rita 123 of Rita 8E49 5M2 Disposition 4.0 Rita 8E49 of Rita 3842 Bexto $Ranch $53 1% $Feeder $53 37% $Profit $9,775 12% 105 WR, 105 YR, Top 30% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 10% MWT. 154 LCOC YOSEMITE S287C Scores Nt Reg 10/12/15 N P Pen: Act BW 79 75AR13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** HOLDEN TOP NOTCH 011 Phenotype *** LCoC Mary ZA035 Disposition 4.0 LCoC Mary SA $Ranch $43 8% $Feeder $68 21% $Profit $10,071 10% Top 25% WW, Top 25% YW, 111 IMFR, Top 4% IMF, Top 3% REA. 155 LCOC TRINITY J140C Scores Nt Reg 9/14/15 A P Pen: Act BW 71 62AN38SM BLK B HEN * HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** G A R Further Progress Phenotype *** LCoC Barbara ZG163 Disposition 3.0 LCOC BARBARA RG $Ranch $49 3% $Feeder $ % $Profit $16, % 116 WR, Top 10% WW, 111 YR, Top 5% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% REA. 156 LCOC YOSEMITE U005C Scores Nt Reg 9/17/15 A S Pen: Act BW 78 64B 35C BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc **** BC Progress 315U Phenotype *** LCoC Stabilizer AS005 Disposition 3.5 TES Stabilizer WU $Ranch $43 8% $Feeder $91 6% $Profit $12,001 3% Top 30% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 15% MWT, Top 15% F:G. Lot 155 Page 30 see video at

33 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC IN FOCUS J147C Scores Nt Reg 10/17/15 N P Pen: Act BW 99B 1C BLK B HEN 94 Mytty In Focus Growth ** JNSR IN FOCUS G599Y Maternal **** J R Miss Protege 816U Feed/Carc *** MJB SHUR LOC 106S Phenotype *** DLCC BELLE 115Y Disposition 3.2 DLCC COCO 28M $Ranch $37 17% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $11,252 5% Top 30% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 1% INT. 158 LCOC TRINITY U353C Scores Nt Reg 8/27/15 A P Pen: Act BW 45 56AR44SM BLK B MEL ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid S449 Disposition $Ranch $54 1% $Feeder $68 21% $Profit $11,129 5% 107 YR, Top 25% YW, Top 10% REA, Top 10% MWT. 159 LCOC STABILITY U383C Scores Nt Reg 9/13/15 A P Pen: Act BW 49B 15C BLK B MEL 78 EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth *** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ** B3R N Electra 1142 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid X292 Disposition 3.0 MEL Hybrid R $Ranch $57 0.6% $Feeder $43 51% $Profit $9,337 15% Top 20% WW, Top 15% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 1% F:G, Top 4% INT. 160 LCOC YOSEMITE U395C Scores Nt Reg 9/15/15 A P Pen: Act BW 64 71B 29C BLK B MEL * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** LCC RED ANGUS M/S Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Y282 Disposition $Ranch $50 3% $Feeder $47 46% $Profit $8,911 19% Top 20% IMF, Top 5% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 25% F:G. 161 LCOC YOSEMITE X018C Scores Nt Reg 9/14/15 A P Pen: Act BW 61 50B 50C BLK B HEN ** Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** G A R Further Progress Phenotype *** LCoC Stabilizer AJ001 Disposition 4.0 T106 ET $Ranch $76 0.1% $Feeder $81 10% $Profit $14, % Top 20% WW, Top 25% YW, 115 IMFR, Top 3% IMF, Top 10% INT. 162 LCOC ZODIAK U301C Scores Nt Reg 9/10/15 N P Pen: Act BW 63B 34C BLK B GIL 95 GAR-EGL Protege Growth **** NLDF ZODIAK 323Z Maternal *** NLDF 325W Feed/Carc **** RDDS R PROTOTYPE 1541P Phenotype *** Gilbrea Proto Magnum 985 Disposition 3.0 LCC STABILIZER DAM $Ranch $32 29% $Feeder $96 4% $Profit $11,429 4% 1402 AYW, Top 4% YW, 116 IMFR, Top 3% IMF, scanned 15.9 REA! 163 LCOC REAL DEAL X406C Scores Nt Reg 9/20/15 A P Pen: Act BW 100AR BLK B HEN 87 Brown JYJ REDEMPTION Y1334 Growth *** BROWN REAL DEAL A7701 Maternal * BROWN REVELATION X7597 Feed/Carc ***** G A R New Design 5050 Phenotype *** G A R 5050 New Design 729 Disposition 3.5 G A R Objective $Ranch $13 81% $Feeder $ % $Profit $11,088 2% Top 25% WW, Top 20% YW, 125 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 2% REA. 164 LCOC YANKEE X422C Scores Nt Reg 9/24/15 N P Pen: Act BW 67 47B 48C BLK B GIL ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** NLDF YANKEE 319Y Maternal ***** NLDF 306W Feed/Carc **** Leachman Fortune X661U Phenotype ** Gilbrea Desire Fortune 57Y Disposition 3.5 Every Destination $Ranch $60 0.2% $Feeder $98 3% $Profit $14, % 1402 AYW, Top 10% YW, scanned 6.2 IMF, 113 IMFR, Top 5% REA. (970) Page 31

34 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC CROSSWIND (R027C) Scores Nt Reg 10/1/15 P Pen: Act BW 79B 21C RED B DRN 80 EGL U672 Growth *** LCoC Northern Wind U092Z Maternal **** LCOC STABILIZER PS009 Feed/Carc ** DLCC PATRIOT 51Y Phenotype ** DLCC PROMISE 106A Disposition 4.0 DLCC PRO 77P $Ranch $36 19% $Feeder $63 26% $Profit $9,002 18% Top 10% WW, 1243 AYW, Top 20% YW, Top 25% F:G, Top 10% SC, quiet. 166 LCOC STABILITY X408C Scores Nt Reg 9/23/15 A P Pen: Act BW 50B 50C BLK B KKN EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth *** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** Leachman Veracity G172T Phenotype *** TES Stabilizer WX539 Disposition 3.5 TES Stabilizer PX $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $75 15% $Profit $10,973 6% Top 25% WW, Top 25% YW, Top 10% REA, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT. 167 LCOC BIG GENE U423C Scores Nt Reg 9/20/15 A P Pen: Act BW 56B 44C RED B MEL 76 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal **** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** BECKTON LANCER F442 T Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid W142 Disposition $Ranch $36 20% $Feeder $74 15% $Profit $9,879 11% 106 WR, Top 10% WW, 107 YR, Top 10% YW, Top 2% REA. 168 LCOC BIG GENE U412C Scores Nt Reg 9/18/15 A P Pen: Act BW 67 62B 38C BLK B MEL Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ** BECKTON EPIC R397 K Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Y134 Disposition $Ranch $43 8% $Feeder $63 26% $Profit $9,687 12% 106 WR, Top 10% WW, 107 YR, Top 5% YW, Top 5% REA. 169 LCOC TRINITY U437C Scores Nt Reg 9/24/15 A P Pen: Act BW 73 56AR44SM RED B MEL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth ** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ** B3R TENDER TEN R065 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Z158 Disposition 3.0 MEL Hybrid X $Ranch $46 5% $Feeder $54 37% $Profit $9,171 16% 108 WR, Top 30% WW, 105 YR, Top 15% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 20% F:G. 170 LCOC CANYON 116C (R033C) Scores Nt Reg 11/1/15 P Pen: Act BW 96DS4XX BLK B DRN 88 DLCC HUDSON 82U Growth **** DLC HUDSON LAD 1111 Maternal *** DLC ROCKETTE 730 Feed/Carc ***** CIMARRON BIG SHOT 436P Phenotype *** DLCC BRIE 61Y Disposition 3.5 MJB MOCCASIN 2758M $Ranch $34 27% $Feeder $102 10% $Profit $12,068 7% Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, 105 IMFR, 115 REAR, Top 1% REA. 171 LCOC REAL DEAL D002C Scores Nt Reg 9/23/15 A P Pen: Act BW 71 81AR19SM RED B HEN Brown JYJ REDEMPTION Y1334 Growth **** BROWN REAL DEAL A7701 Maternal **** BROWN REVELATION X7597 Feed/Carc ***** Hooks Trinity 9T Phenotype *** LCoC Blackbird ZJ037 Disposition 4.0 Tehama Elite Blackbird K $Ranch $41 10% $Feeder $ % $Profit $14, % Top 3% YW, Top 3% IMF, Top 1% REA, Top 6% F:G, Top 1% SC, less feet. 172 LCOC YANKEE X423C Scores Nt Reg 11/6/15 N P Pen: Act BW 75 47B 53C BLK B GIL HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** NLDF YANKEE 319Y Maternal ***** NLDF 306W Feed/Carc *** U of G SHEAR FORCE 407X Phenotype *** Gilbrea Siri X Zulu 86Z Disposition 3.5 Gilbrea Sirius Extraordinaire 53X $Ranch $43 8% $Feeder $75 15% $Profit $10,629 7% 779 AWW, Top 25% WW, 1337 AYW, Top 20% YW, Top 15% IMF. Page 32 see video at

35 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC YOSEMITE U369C Scores Nt Reg 9/7/15 A P Pen: Act BW 69 68B 32C BLK B MEL Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** B3R N Electra 1142 Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid Y097 Disposition $Ranch $49 3% $Feeder $52 39% $Profit $9,314 15% Top 15% IMF, 119 REAR, Top 1% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 30% INT. 174 LCOC TESTIFY U297C Scores Nt Reg 8/16/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 59B 40C BLK B GIL Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Testify D003Z Maternal **** HXC 582R Feed/Carc *** U of G Sirius 395S Phenotype ** Gilbrea Sirius Extraordinaire 53X Disposition 3.5 Power Rambler 67U $Ranch $41 10% $Feeder $72 17% $Profit $10,286 9% 765 AWW, 1416 AYW, Top 10% YW, 116 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 1% SC. 175 LCOC YOSEMITE S291C Scores Nt Reg 10/16/15 N P Pen: Act BW 76 75AN13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth * RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** GAR-EGL Protege Phenotype *** LCoC Rita XG543 Disposition 4.0 G A R PRIME TIME $Ranch $45 6% $Feeder $81 11% $Profit $11,318 4% 129 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 25% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 9% INT. 176 LCOC VERDICT S284C Scores Nt Reg 10/12/15 N P Pen: Act BW 98B 2C BLK B HEN 78 DLCC Judge 60Y Growth **** DLCC Verdict 47A Maternal ***** DLCC BISCUIT 104X Feed/Carc *** Leachman Nottingham A097T Phenotype *** LC0C Rollanda XA026 Disposition 4.0 RX MISS CHEROKEE $Ranch $56 0.6% $Feeder $66 23% $Profit $11,230 5% Top 3% WW, Top 15% YW, Top 1% INT, with excellent disposition. 177 LCOC BIG GENE U421C Scores Nt Reg 9/19/15 A P Pen: Act BW 65AR35SM RED B MEL 67 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal **** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid X274 Disposition $Ranch $37 17% $Feeder $69 20% $Profit $9,558 13% Top 20% WW, 109 YR, Top 15% YW, Top 25% IMF, Top 5% REA. 178 LCOC YOSEMITE J139C Scores Nt Reg 9/12/15 A P Pen: Act BW 66 75AN13SM BLK B HEN * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc **** LCC New Standard Phenotype *** LCoC Isabel ZG422 Disposition 4.0 Eagle 1531 Isabel $Ranch $65 0.1% $Feeder $98 3% $Profit $14, % 111 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 5% MWT, Top 6% F:G. 179 LCOC YOSEMITE X411C Scores Nt Reg 10/16/15 N P Pen: Act BW 79 56B 44C BLK B KKN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc **** LCoC Mulitple Sire Stabilizer Phenotype *** TES STABILIZER TU320 Disposition 2.8 TES STABILIZER RS $Ranch $51 2% $Feeder $97 4% $Profit $13, % 108 WR, Top 30% YW, 129 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 15% INT. 180 LCOC YOSEMITE S280C Scores Nt Reg 10/6/15 N P Pen: Act BW 88 75AN13SM BLK B HEN Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth *** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** G A R Predestined Phenotype *** GAR/DRMCTR Predestined 9D49 Disposition 4.0 DRMCTR 1I2 Rita $Ranch $47 4% $Feeder $67 21% $Profit $10,417 8% Top 30% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 30% REA, Top 25% MWT, quiet bull. (970) Page 33

36 Age Advantaged 18 Month Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC COREY 111C (R030C) Scores Nt Reg 10/8/15 P Pen: Act BW 92DS4HH BLK B DRN 80 MJB SHUR LOC 106S Growth *** DLCC SHUR LOC 99W Maternal *** VPG KEYSHA 047K Feed/Carc *** DLCC WHIPLASH 1Y Phenotype *** DLCC NIY 125Z Disposition 3.5 DLCC JUST NIY 123X $Ranch $25 59% $Feeder $89 21% $Profit $10,047 27% Top 25% YW, Top 1% INT, South Devon crosses well on Angus. 182 LCOC BIG GENE U450C Scores Nt Reg 9/29/15 A P Pen: Act BW 65B 35C RED B MEL 82 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal **** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ** Phenotype *** MEL Hybrid T043 Disposition 2.0 MEL Hybrid M $Ranch $40 11% $Feeder $62 27% $Profit $9,305 15% Top 30% WW, Top 30% YW, 113 IMFR, Top 20% IMF, Top 10% REA. 183 LCOC BIG GENE U436C Scores Nt Reg 9/24/15 A P Pen: Act BW 62B 38C RED B MEL 82 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Big Gene L019X Maternal *** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc *** BECKTON LANCER F442 T Phenotype ** MEL Hybrid T226 Disposition $Ranch $32 31% $Feeder $72 17% $Profit $9,308 15% Top 15% WW, Top 15% YW, Top 25% IMF, 109 REAR, Top 1% REA, less feet. 184 LCOC YANKEE U306C Scores Nt Reg 10/24/15 N P Pen: Act BW 77 60B 33C BLK B GIL * HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** NLDF YANKEE 319Y Maternal ***** NLDF 306W Feed/Carc *** U of G Sirius 395S Phenotype ** Gilbrea Sirius Big Eye 9 Disposition 3.5 LCoC Norma SG $Ranch $55 0.9% $Feeder $79 12% $Profit $12,189 2% 755 AWW, 1362 AYW, Top 4% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 15% SC. Leachman Yosemite X730Y 186 LCOC TRINITY J137C Scores Nt Reg 9/3/15 A P Pen: Act BW 56 62AN38SM BLK B HEN ** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth ** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** G A R Predestined Phenotype *** 7S Rita 709 of PT2409 Predes Disposition 3.5 G A R Prime Time $Ranch $65 0.1% $Feeder $88 7% $Profit $13, % Top 1% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 2% MWT, Top 1% F:G, Top 1% INT. 185 LCOC YOSEMITE S296C Scores Nt Reg 11/16/15 N P Pen: Act BW 75AR13SM BLK B HEN 92 Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** LC0C Larson XA036 Disposition 3.8 LCOC LARSON RA $Ranch $44 6% $Feeder $72 17% $Profit $10,522 8% Top 3% IMF, Top 5% REA, Top 2% F:G, Top 1% INT. 187 LCOC YOSEMITE S297C Scores Nt Reg 11/20/15 N S Pen: Act BW 63 75AN13SM BLK B HEN ** Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth * RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** D R Retail Product 4637 Phenotype *** LCoC Tidy Bee WG044 Disposition 2.8 LCoC Tidy Bee TG $Ranch $65 0.1% $Feeder $79 11% $Profit $13, % 111 WR, scanned 5 IMF, 114 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, decrease cow size. Page 34 see video at

37 Age Advantaged 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TEN X J277C Scores Nt Reg 3/11/15 E P Pen: Act BW 80 62AN38SM BLK B ROS Mytty In Focus Growth ***** A A R Ten X 7008 S A Maternal ***** A A R Lady Kelton 5551 Feed/Carc ***** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Phenotype **** HOOKS SONYA 20S Disposition 4.0 TSN MISS 1407 P $Ranch $45 6% $Feeder $ % $Profit $18, % Top 5% WW, Top 1% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 3% F:G, eats less. 202 LCOC SAFEGUARD J076C Scores Nt Reg 3/3/15 A P Pen: Act BW 76 75AN25SM BLK B LAM * G A R New Design 5050 Growth *** PA Safeguard 021 Maternal ***** PA Lorna Marshall Feed/Carc ***** HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer YL042 Disposition 3.5 LCOC ANITA PG $Ranch $61 0.2% $Feeder $ % $Profit $17, % 112 WR, 1216 AYW, Top 15% YW, 121 IMFR, Top 1% IMF, Top 2% SC. 203 LCOC TRINITY J112C Scores Nt Reg 4/3/15 A P Pen: Act BW 81 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc ***** Leachman Prowess G136T Phenotype **** KLK Angus Y-19 Disposition $Ranch $42 9% $Feeder $109 1% $Profit $13, % Top 5% WW, Top 4% YW, 118 IMFR, Top 2% REA, Top 6% F:G, less feet. Lot LCOC TRINITY J117C Scores Nt Reg 4/1/15 A P Pen: Act BW 75 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** LCoC Protege G602T Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-1207 Disposition $Ranch $55 0.9% $Feeder $85 8% $Profit $12,668 2% Top 15% WW, Top 10% YW, 129 IMFR, Top 1% REA, Top 2% F:G. Lot LCOC TRINITY J119C Scores Nt Reg 4/6/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** KLK Angus X-0234 Disposition $Ranch $47 4% $Feeder $87 7% $Profit $12,109 2% Top 15% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 1% REA, less feet. Lot 205 (970) Page 35

38 Age Advantaged 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TRINITY J121C Scores Nt Reg 4/4/15 A P Pen: Act BW 73 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman Prowess G136T Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-130 Disposition $Ranch $47 4% $Feeder $85 8% $Profit $11,984 3% Lot 206 Top 10% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 6% F:G. 207 LCOC TRINITY J123C Scores Nt Reg 4/11/15 A P Pen: Act BW 73 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** KLK Angus X-026 Disposition $Ranch $49 3% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $12,440 2% Top 15% WW, Top 10% YW, 107 REAR, Top 30% MWT, Top 20% F:G. 208 LCOC TRINITY J126C Scores Nt Reg 4/6/15 A P Pen: Act BW 72 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-1200 Disposition $Ranch $44 6% $Feeder $88 7% $Profit $11,934 3% Top 25% WW, Top 15% YW, scanned 15 REA, Top 1% REA, Top 10% F:G. 209 LCOC TRINITY J118C Scores Nt Reg 4/8/15 A P Pen: Act BW 80 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Trinity 9T Maternal **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc **** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-131 Disposition $Ranch $40 12% $Feeder $92 5% $Profit $11,857 3% Top 20% WW, Top 15% YW, 113 IMFR, Top 5% IMF, Top 2% REA, less feet. 210 LCOC TRINITY J115C Scores Nt Reg 4/1/15 A P Pen: Act BW 80 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Trinity 9T Maternal **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc **** H A R B Tanker 717 JH Phenotype *** KLK Angus X-0180 Disposition $Ranch $39 14% $Feeder $92 5% $Profit $11,699 3% Top 20% YW, Top 20% IMF, Top 10% REA, Top 30% F:G, Top 25% INT. 211 LCOC TRINITY J131C Scores Nt Reg 4/10/15 A P Pen: Act BW 78 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Trinity 9T Maternal **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman SCC Analyst G786U Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-1171 Disposition $Ranch $37 18% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $11,278 5% Top 20% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 15% F:G, Top 30% INT. 212 LCOC TRINITY J125C Scores Nt Reg 4/10/15 A P Pen: Act BW 75 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-1100 Disposition $Ranch $42 9% $Feeder $83 9% $Profit $11,242 5% Top 25% WW, Top 20% YW, Top 15% IMF, Top 1% REA, Top 10% F:G. Page 36 see video at

39 Age Advantaged 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC TRINITY J132C Scores Nt Reg 4/10/15 A P Pen: Act BW 72 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth *** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman SCC Analyst G786U Phenotype *** KLK Angus Y-192 Disposition $Ranch $49 3% $Feeder $67 22% $Profit $10,550 7% Top 25% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 20% MWT, Top 30% INT. Lot LCOC TRINITY J120C Scores Nt Reg 4/13/15 A P Pen: Act BW 84 62AN38SM BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth **** Hooks Pearl 22-P Feed/Carc *** Leachman GB Meteor G677T Phenotype **** KLK Angus X-034 Disposition $Ranch $51 2% $Feeder $71 18% $Profit $11,123 5% 106 WR, 1211 AYW, 106 YR, 112 IMFR, Top 4% IMF, Top 5% REA. 215 LCOC YOSEMITE U207C Scores Nt Reg 3/8/15 A H Pen: Act BW 56B 38C BLK B LCC 88 Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc *** LCC Stabilizer 4820K Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer PG856 Disposition $Ranch $43 8% $Feeder $66 23% $Profit $9,833 11% Top 25% IMF, 106 REAR, Top 10% REA, Top 25% F:G, less feet. 216 LCOC YOSEMITE U016C Scores Nt Reg 2/12/15 A S Pen: Act BW 72 62B 37C BLK B LCC * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** K C F Bennett Absolute Phenotype *** GRU Stabilizer AJ018 Disposition 3.0 GRU Stabilizer YX $Ranch $59 0.3% $Feeder $59 30% $Profit $10,979 6% Top 2% IMF, Top 5% REA, Top 3% MWT, Top 2% F:G, Top 15% INT. 217 LCOC YOSEMITE X399C Scores Nt Reg 5/23/15 N P Pen: Act BW 56 52B 48C BLK B RTC * Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth ** RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** LCoC Porterhouse X583Y Phenotype *** RTC Stabilizer AX504 Disposition $Ranch $64 0.1% $Feeder $52 39% $Profit $10,803 6% Top 15% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 4% MWT, Top 2% INT, less feet. 218 LCOC YOSEMITE U211C Scores Nt Reg 2/21/15 A P Pen: Act BW 79 62B 38C BLK B LCC Leachman Porterhouse L094W Growth * RGEN Blair Feed/Carc ** Berger Vision P52 Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer SH027 Disposition 4.0 LCOC LADY PG $Ranch $45 6% $Feeder $58 32% $Profit $9,400 14% These coming 2 year old bulls were sampled in our progeny test herd in South Dakota. Top 15% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 15% MWT, Top 8% F:G, Top 25% INT. (970) Page 37

40 Age Advantaged 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC PROPHET D069C Scores Nt Reg 3/3/15 A P Pen: Act BW 75AR22SM BLK B LCC 89 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth *** Leachman Prophet J030Z Maternal ***** LCoC Isabel UG390 Feed/Carc ** LCC COPPER ROB 1204D Phenotype *** RMP Stabilizer 820U Disposition 4.0 RMP STABILIZER 643S $Ranch $48 4% $Feeder $51 40% $Profit $9,091 17% Top 20% WW, Top 15% YW, Top 30% IMF, Top 2% REA, Top 1% F:G. Lot LCOC PERCEPTION U054C Scores Nt Reg 2/28/15 A P Pen: Act BW 62B 38C BLK B LCC 88 T C A Visionary 158 Growth ** Leachman Perception U001A Maternal **** TES Stabilizer WL018 Feed/Carc ** VRT LAZY TV WATCHMAN W021 Phenotype **** GRU Stabilizer YX002 Disposition 4.0 GRU Stabilizer UU $Ranch $36 19% $Feeder $63 26% $Profit $8,969 18% Top 10% IMF, Top 1% F:G, Top 8% INT, gentle disposition bull. Lot LCOC MAJOR PROFIT D054C Scores Nt Reg 1/28/15 E P Pen: Act BW 80 50SM50AR BLK B LCC Beckton Nebula P P707 Growth *** LSF RAB Major Profit Y7090 Maternal *** BROWN MS PREDESTINED U7871 Feed/Carc *** NICHOLS LEGACY G151 Phenotype **** Hooks Kaitlyn 74K Disposition 3.5 C&D TRACY $Ranch $33 27% $Feeder $66 23% $Profit $8,886 19% Top 30% WW, Top 25% YW, Top 3% IMF, Top 30% REA, less feet. Lot LCOC PROTEGE X332C Scores Nt Reg 3/20/15 N P Pen: Act BW 56B 44C BLK B LCC 94 LCoC Protege G602T Growth *** LCoC Protege U135Y Maternal **** LAM New Design RED395 Feed/Carc *** G A R Integrity Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer RG844 Disposition 3.0 LCC OMC GV K $Ranch $41 11% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $11,684 3% 107 WR, Top 5% WW, Top 10% IMF, Top 20% REA, low intake. Lot 222 Page 38 see video at

41 Age Advantaged 2 Year Old Stabilizer Bulls Lots LCOC ADVANCE S132C Scores Nt Reg 2/24/15 A P Pen: Act BW 73B 28C BLK B LCC 89 K C F Bennett Absolute Growth *** Leachman Advance S019A Maternal **** TES Miss Precision XS533 Feed/Carc *** Berger Vision P52 Phenotype **** LAM Stabilizer SU249 Disposition 3.5 LCC BLK STABILIZER NU $Ranch $36 20% $Feeder $75 14% $Profit $9,987 10% Top 20% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 30% MWT, Top 1% F:G, Top 15% SC. Lot LCOC PROPHET X377C Scores Nt Reg 2/16/15 A P Pen: Act BW 81AN19SM BLK B LCC 92 Hooks Trinity 9T Growth **** Leachman Prophet J030Z Maternal *** LCoC Isabel UG390 Feed/Carc *** VERMILION DATELINE 7078 Phenotype *** G L F Pride 7116 Disposition 4.0 G L F Pride $Ranch $28 43% $Feeder $68 21% $Profit $8,526 22% Top 4% WW, Top 10% YW, Top 10% IMF, Top 20% REA, Top 4% F:G. Lot LCOC SAFEGUARD U226C Scores Nt Reg 3/4/15 A P Pen: Act BW 76 68B 32C BLK B LCC G A R New Design 5050 Growth ** PA Safeguard 021 Maternal *** PA Lorna Marshall Feed/Carc **** NICHOLS LEGACY G151 Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer RL158 Disposition 3.0 LAM Stabilizer NH $Ranch $27 45% $Feeder $100 3% $Profit $11,224 5% Top 30% YW, Top 1% IMF, Top 25% MWT, Top 30% F:G. 226 LCOC SHEAR FORCE X326C Scores Nt Reg 3/18/15 N S Pen: Act BW 72 36B 50C BLK B LCC HOOKS SHEAR FORCE 38K Growth ** LCoC Shear Force L021Y Maternal ***** LAM ANGUS HYBRID NH460 Feed/Carc *** Leachman Talisman X137T Phenotype *** LAM Stabilizer WX843 Disposition $Ranch $52 2% $Feeder $89 6% $Profit $12,779 1% 105 REAR, Top 10% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 4% F:G, Top 1% INT. 227 LCOC STABILITY X085C Scores Nt Reg 3/1/15 A S Pen: Act BW 75 54B 43C BLK B LCC EAG BALANCED PARADIGM X677 Growth ** Leachman Stability X147Z Maternal ***** RGR Stabilizer UX437 Feed/Carc ** HOOKS SQUIRE 61S Phenotype *** GRU STABILIZER XU006 Disposition 3.5 GRU STABILIZER NS $Ranch $58 0.5% $Feeder $55 35% $Profit $10,407 8% Top 25% IMF, Top 20% REA, Top 10% MWT, Top 3% F:G, Top 8% INT. 228 LCOC QUARTERBACK U093C Scores Nt Reg 3/21/15 N P Pen: Act BW 71 61B 37C BLK B LCC * Dalebanks Game Plan 4561 Growth * Leachman Quarterback D002Z Maternal **** LCoC MS MEG XG547 Feed/Carc *** LCoC Lucky Charm X076T Phenotype *** GRU Stabilizer ZX540 Disposition 4.0 GRU Stabilizer U $Ranch $38 16% $Feeder $71 17% $Profit $9,838 11% Top 25% IMF, Top 15% REA, Top 20% MWT, Top 7% F:G, Top 15% INT. (970) Page 39

42 ALL ANIMALS OFFERED ARE SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE AND PRICE CHANGES. EXCEPT FOR THOSE STATED IN THE BELOW TERMS AND CONDITIONS, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS TO MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO THE CATTLE BEING SOLD IN THIS OFFERING. THE WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND THE REMEDIES PROVIDED THEREIN SHALL BE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE BUYER, OR ANY PARTY CLAIMING THROUGH BUYER, FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE THEREIN PROVIDED, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGA- TIONS OR LIABILITIES. SALE TERMS AND CONDITIONS TERMS: Terms of sale are cash unless satisfactory credit arrangements have been made with the Seller prior to the sale. PURCHASER S RISK: Each animal becomes the risk of the Purchaser as soon as sold. It shall be the obligation of the Seller to see that animals are fed and cared for, free of charge to Purchaser, until loaded for shipment. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRY: A transferred certificate of registry will be furnished to the Buyer for each animal unless said animal is unregistered as denoted in the catalog. HEALTH: All animals are eligible for interstate shipment; except as otherwise announced. Interstate health papers will be furnished for each animal requiring T.B., Bang s, and other health testing in accordance with State and Federal Regulations. ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION SERVICE CERTIFICATES A.I. Service Certificates shall be furnished by the Seller, at no cost to the Buyer, for all females sold in the sale that are bred artificially to bulls not owned by the Seller. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Changes of information, of any kind, in this catalog will be announced from the auction block. Such announcements shall take precedence. BREEDING GUARANTEE 1. All animals are guaranteed breeders, with the exception of: a) calves under twelve months of age; b) animals shown by Purchaser after sale (in cases of animals shown after purchase, the breeding guarantee, if any, shall be such as agreed upon between Seller and Buyer; or c) gross negligence or willful misconduct on the part of the Purchaser. 2. Bulls are guaranteed breeders if not allowed to run with the herd until at least 14 months of age. Any bull which either: 1) settles 1/3 or more of the healthy cows he serves; 2) is the sire of 20 or more animals; or 3) settles cows by natural service and passes a fertility test made by a competent veterinarian during any 6 month period of trial (provided for in paragraph 2 of the section of these sale terms and conditions entitled Options and Privileges of Return or Adjustment ) shall be considered a breeder. Any guarantees with respect to the ability to freeze semen shall be by separate agreement between Buyer and Seller. Safe in Calf Females have been examined by a competent veterinarian and are so guaranteed. Pasture-bred Females have been exposed, but are not guaranteed to be in calf. Serviced females are believed to be in calf but are not so guaranteed. Open females have not been served and are so guaranteed. IDENTIFICATION: Seller offers each animal with a readable tattoo corresponding to its catalog designation and registration when applicable. OPTIONS AND PRIVILEGES OF RETURN OR ADJUSTMENT 1. All claims for adjustment or refund must be made in writing either within six months of the sale date or no later than six months after the animal reaches 18 months of age, with the exception of claims involving defects or parentage. 2. In the event an animal is claimed to be a non-breeder, the animal may be returned to the farm of the Seller, if in good condition and in compliance with the health requirements of the Seller s state. The Seller shall be entitled to six months trial following the return of the animal in which to prove that the animal is a breeder. If at the end of six months the Seller is unable to prove the animal is a breeder, the Seller shall, at the option of the Buyer, replace the animal with another of equal value or grant the Buyer a credit for use on any products marketed by the Seller. Such credit of the full purchase price shall, in any case, be deemed full satisfaction and settlement. Any expense incurred for transporting an animal claimed to be a non-breeder shall be the responsibility of the Purchaser, except that the Seller shall be responsible for transportation costs in excess of the distance between the Purchaser s farm and the location where the sale took place. If the Seller proves the animal to be a breeder, it shall be the obligation of the Purchaser to take delivery of the animal and pay all expenses incurred for transportation. 3. If a female sold as safe in calf proves not to be in calf, the Purchaser may receive service from the bull previously used, if available, or if the bull is not available, the Seller shall be obligated to make a satisfactory adjustment on the purchase price upon return of the animal to the farm of the Seller. Any adjustment provided for herein shall absolve the Seller from further liability, except in case such female proves to be a non-breeder. If a female represented as safe in calf at time of sale to a certain bull proves to have been bred to a different bull, the Seller shall be obligated to make a satisfactory adjustment on the purchase price upon return of the animal to the farm of the Seller (adjustments shall not be considered to be a breeding fee or an allocation of the purchase price to any unborn calf). Any expenses incurred for transportation shall be the responsibility of the Purchaser, except that the Seller shall be responsible for transportation costs in excess of the distance between the Purchaser s farm and the location where the sale took place. 4. If a female sold as served proves not to be in calf, or if a female sold as pasture-bred proves not to be in calf, the Seller only guarantees such female to be a breeder. 5. If a female sold as open proves to be with calf, the Purchaser may return the animal to the farm of the Seller prior to calving for a credit of the full purchase price or for another animal of equal value, whichever is acceptable to the Purchaser. It shall be the obligation of the Seller to bear any expense incurred for transportation. GENETIC DEFECT AND PARENTAGE GUARANTEE 1. All animals are guaranteed not to produce a calf with the following defects: Dwarfism, Double-muscling, Parrot Mouth, Osteopetrosis (marble bone disease), and Syndactylism (mule foot), and Arthrogryposis Multiplex (curly calf). The parentage of all animals bred by the Seller is guaranteed to the extent that the animal is by the Sire and out of the Dam indicated on its registration paper. These guarantees are effective for a period of two years from date of sale only under the following conditions. a) The Buyer shall notify the Seller in writing immediately upon the birth of a calf suspected of being defective or immediately after determination is made that such calf is defective, or if parentage is suspected or found to be in error. b) The Seller, at his expense shall be permitted and provided, with reasonable opportunity, to obtain blood samples of an alleged defective calf and its sire and dam for the purpose of blood type/dna analysis to establish parenthood. In the case of suspect parentage, the Buyer at his expense, shall be permitted and provided, with reasonable opportunity, to obtain blood samples of the animal in question and its sire and dam for the purpose of blood type/dna analysis to establish parenthood. If sire or dam, as indicated on the animal s registration paper, is proven to be in error by such analysis, the Seller shall reimburse Buyer for cost of such analysis. c) The animals will be returned by the Buyer to the Seller at the Buyer s expense; provided the animal meets the health requirements for the Seller s state. d) The replacement of an animal with another of equal value or the refund of the purchase price, in connection with a defect producing animal or an animal whose parentage is in error, shall be deemed full satisfaction and settlement. 2. In the event there is a dispute as to whether or not a calf is defective, or parentage is in error, determination referred to in Paragraph 1a above shall be made by a person or persons acceptable to both the Buyer and Seller. In the event that Buyer and Seller cannot agree on the selection of such person or persons, then each of them shall appoint a representative to make the determination. In the event that such representatives fail to agree, a third person selected by the representatives of the Buyer and Seller shall make the determination. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS The above terms and conditions of sale shall constitute a contract between the Buyer and Seller of each animal and shall be equally binding upon both. Each sale or resale of an animal constitutes a separate transaction. Neither the sale manager, nor any other person connected with the management of the sale, assumes any liability, legal or otherwise. Page 40 see video at

43 Leachman Spring Bull & Female Sale Saturday, March 18 th Attend the CSU Bull Sale Join us for the Leachman Dinner Social at the Budweiser brewery. Sunday, March 19 th Cowboy Church 9:00 a.m. Cowman s Seminar 1:00 p.m. Cowman s Banquet & Concert 6:00 p.m. (RSVP required) Hotel Headquarters: Embassy Suites Hotel Loveland, CO (970) Monday, March 20 th Bull & Female Sale 9:00 a.m. CSU s ARDEC Center Wellington, CO 450 Efficiency & $Profit Stabilizer Bulls 100 Hairpin Females Call (970) or go online to to learn more. Lee Leachman, Partner Ryan Peterson, Manager & Sales 2056 West County Road 70 Fort Collins, CO (970)

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